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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla.
Publication Date: October 28, 2009
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PHOTOS BY JAY FEL5BERG | Alaniagang Edur ll
Rlusseli wi~ggns. 16, of Mrilton is one of hundreds bf participants art the Hand Labor Creek
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Graceville.
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"'He's the best,".
said Hardl Labo~r
Creek Ph~ilgtaidn r.
etit -z '
"The most
important thing
is the flow of the
trail," Ledbe~t-
tei said, "plus high speed
and a single trail. We w\ant it so
ev~erybody can enjoy it.'


'CHIPLEY Hundreds of motorcycle rid-
ers .and'families descended on Hard Labor
Creek Platitat'ion south of Chipley in Wash-
ington County this weekend for the sixth an-
nual Hard Labor Creek Hare Scramble. The
annuaP motorcycle eve~nt is sanctLio~ned by the
Florida Trail Riders and sponsored by the Tal-
lahassee Trail Ride~rs.
TTA had used the national forest near Tal-
lahassee for events, but pressure from envi-
ronmental groups'has largely eliminated that
option. The use of private land like Hard La-
bor Creek Plantation circumvents that prob-
lem.
The TTA sets up the course and cleans it
up afterwards.. Riders of all ages (men and
women) run to their bikes and take off from a
standing start. Riders follow the courses that
tw-ist through pine forests.
''I p"t in about 400-500 man hours on the
course," course designer Dexter Ledbetter
said as riders gathered for the meeting prior
to starting competition.
Ledbetter designs the course every year.


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Rider like the course
Young rider Russell Wiggins, 16. of Miltori
was enthusiastic about the course. "With the
elevation change it almost doesn t seem Ilke
it's in Florida," he said. Wiggins, a young vet-
eran of the hare scramble. also noted thiat
Ledbetter arid his crew "'got rid of all the
trouble spots,,"
Wiggins is a student at Crestview High
School that, in the words of Everett, "was ad-
opted by the TTA." Everyone got together to
buy Wiggins his bike for Christmias 2006 and

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VERNON The Vernon
City Cotincil approved the
final reading of 09-190,
which is an increase for
business license fees to
rise-to a flat rate of $25,
during their. regularly
scheduled meeting Oct~.
26.
!Major Al Mani ex-
p'lained that the fees had a
flux of over 15 'categories
ranging from $2 $15
and hasn't been increased
since the 1940O's.
According to Mani, the
categories' have been con-
derised to five categories,
all $25 each.


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Managing Editor
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'.CHIPLEY The lWash-
ington. County' Toulrist
Deve opment Counci agp-
proved moving the date
for a grant to ~the Chipley
Womran s Club -for its an-
nual bridal fair'. Action'
was taken at' t~he TDC's
regular meetirig M~onday
evening.
T~he eirent was original-
ly scheduled for Sept. 20 at
thie Washinlgton County~Ag
Center but a schiedurling
conflict. made it necessary;
to move the bridal fair to
Jan. 17, 2010. The~ event
will feature mor~e than 25
vendors offering goods.
and services in a variety
of different categories not
just including weddings,
ranging from anniversa-
ries and reunions, to par-
ties, to catering and other
:services.
SThe grant for $'3,000
would be used to promote
the event. Proceeds go
toward the 'Woman's Club
scholarship program that
provides a $2,000.scholar-
ship to a local student to`
Chipola College.
The TDC also looked
at plans for advertising~
in Florida'-based publica-
tions in the coming year,
with about $8,000 bud-
geted for that effort. The
Council will research var-
ious publications for pos-
sible advertisement.







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ALuthority will hold a Spe'cial Mweetin'g,
November 10, 2009 in the Regency
Room of the Ramada Inn ~Northz 2900
North Monioe St., Tallahassee, Florida.
,Meeting will begin agt 1:00 p.mn. E.S.T.
Trhe meeting will be open to the public,


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other Signature Heal~thCARE facilities residents
and empidyees joined the tea~m orthe bus trip
including Signature HealrthCARE of North Florida,
and Surrey Place Care Center.
The bus rides to and from D.C. proved to be a
great bonding experience for staff.and residents
alike in whichthey passd the ime bstoryp tling,
card playing, singing) hymns, and socializing.
William Blank, Administrator, stated, kOur '
Washington to Washington trip reminded me of the
impact we have on our residents and co-workers
y~r~-~1li~ves Here we used a trip, to rekindle
the human spirit of our residents,
,:"h 'strengthen friendships among staff,
endear relationships between staff
and residents, all while providing a
once in a lifetime experiene."
~"t~ B~W~ a~~i"While in D.C., the group engaged
in sightseeing that included a tour of
monuments by moonlight (viewing
the historic Washington and Lincoln
memorials and the White House), a tour of the capital building, and trips
to the 1st Post Office and Union Station. The group also had a chance to
Meet with Florida Senator Bill Nelson and
SFlorida Representative Jeff Miller. One
night the group was entertained at the i
Lazy Susan Dinn~er Theater with a musical
entitled 'Smoke on the Mountain'. BIII
SLewis, resident, stated, "I never thought
.I'd get the chance to see the things I've
seen this week. Thank you!" Ezell Johnson, 1
resident, also stated, "I'm glad I decided to
come on this trip. I never thought I'd have
the opportunity. Thank you for doing this for us!" i~
Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
extends a sincere thank you to the employees
and residents who helped make this trip a reality.
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Signature HehithCARE's Qhuality, of Life Prog ram.
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'voked.
-Febrlin Keith: 12/24/67, Chipley, bat-
tery.
Frederick McTear: 9/14/68, Crest
view, child support.
Russell Page Jr.: 11/19/60, Southport,
violation of probation on driving while li-
-cense suspended or revoked.
SDallas Payne: 4/25/89, Bonifay, driving
while license suspended or revoked.
Stacy Smith: 8/31/67,Bonifay, violation
of probation on possession of marijuana-
Andrew Stewart: 5/1/83, Fountain, Bay
County warrant on contempt of court.
Keenan Sturlqie: 1/12/83, Santa Rosa
Beach, violation of probation on posseb-
sion of controlled substance without pre-
scription; ..


Arrest report from the Washington
County Sheriff's Department for the
week of Oct. 19-26, 2009.
Axel Eli Allen: 2/23/86, Vernon, felony
battery.
John Heath Carter: 10/12/82, Panama
City, violation of probation on attached
tag not assigned.
.Ethel Gray: 3/19/~64, Pensacola, pos-
session of cocaine.
Robert Griffiths: 7/14/70, Chipley, bat-
tery. .
.-Jimmy Heath: 4/20/86, Dothan, Ala.,
military~/desertion. .
Dave Lamar Holley: 1/19/88 Vernon,
child. support.
Mark Isaacs Jr.: 11/12/85, Bonifay,
driving while license suspended or re-


CHIPLEY -Habitat for Humanity (HFH)
of Washington County will hold a manda-
tory orientation meeting on Nov. 12, at
5:15 p.m. in the First United. Methodist
Church on Highway 90 in Chipleyr for
anyone interested in applying for Wash-
ington County's seventh home. .
Habitat is not a giveaway pro-
gram. Habitat houses are sold to part-
ner families at no profit and financed
with affordable loans. The homeown-
ers'. nionthly morttgage payments are
used to build still more Habitat holises.
In addition to a ~down payment and the
monthly mortgage payments, hiomeown-
ers invest hundreds of hours of their own
labor sweat equity -- into building


their Habitat house and the houses of
others. Families may be considered for
a Habitat home if the present housing is
not adeqiiate, and if the family is unable
to obtain adequate housing through con-
ventional means. Since the selected fam-
ily will be ~actually buying the hofine from
Habitat, the family must demonstrate
ability to pay the monthly mortgage pay-
ment. To tyicome a "partner family" 500
liours of (tweat equity) must be complet-
ed before the completion oftithe home.
F~or more information contact Reibec-
Sca Harris at 638-8376, Ayshia Hatcher at
638-4555, or the Habitat Thrift Store lo-
cated on Main Street in Chipley at 415-
5600.


praisal Services, are not
responsible, for lost, mis-
directed or rrisplaced
entries. The Washington
.County Chamber of Com-
merce, the Washington
County Arts Cotincil and
Pippin Appraisal Services
reserve the right to diS-
qualify any entrant.
All entries become the
property of. the Washing--
ton County~ Chamber ,of
Commerce and will not be
returned by the entrant.
Allen~tries will be aue-
tioned to the general pub-
lic on Saturday, Nov. 21 at
the~iun Expo.
Contact Tottya Pqippin
at 850-838-7700 oprtonya@
pip~pinapljrai ;al.coml for
more information.


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GIIPLEY.- Washington
County Arts Council and
Pippin Appraisal Services
Inc. are sponsoring a cake
contest in' conjunction
with the 2009 Washington
County Outdoor Expo Gun :
and Knife Show to be :held
Nov. 21-22 at the Washing-
ton County Ag Ceniter in


inality; appropriate thenie
and use of color.
*Prizes: first place -
$100; secorid place -- $50;
third place $25.
iJudging will take place
'at noon' on Saturday, Nov.
21; winners announced
shortly afterward.,
*The proceeds of the
silent auction cake sale
will glo to the Washin~gton
CGounty; Chamber of Com~-
mierce Folindationl.
SExhibition: ;All entries
Swill be 'displayed! at the
2009. Washington. County
SOutdoor: Expo Gun and
Knife Show.
The Washington Cou~n-
ty diamiber of Commerce,
Washington county Arts
Council and Pippin Ap-


Chipley.
Entry deadline: is IV~on-
day, Nov;. 9. Participants
can register their name,
address, phone nuniber
and e-miail with 'onya
Pippin ~at 850-638-7700 ,or
tonya@pippjinappraisl~.
com,
Contest reqiuirei~nents: ~


Entries nedd to be de-
livered io the' Waishington
County Ag 'Ceniter, 1424
Highway 90 in Chipley,
Friday, Nov. 20 between
noon and. 4 p~m. or Sat'ur-
day, Nov. 21 between 8-10 `
a.m
*Cak~es must be no
larger than two-feet wide


and three tiers high.
*Cakes must be: 100
percent edible excluding
Sbqses and tier supports. .
*Please advise if ingre-
Sdients contain' soy, wheat,
Eggs, peanuts or milk.
Cakes' must not need
refrgi ration.
*Cakes will not be re-
-turned to the baker/deco-
rator.
Cakes must bjein the
fall harvest theme include
,ing wildlife, naature, land-
scapes, agriculture .:and
outdoor/rec:reatiorial ac-
tivities.
Judgiing andprizes:
*A panel' of judges will
select a first, second and
third place winner.
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7evenith Time Down performs. .


ConfOSSIOnS Tour comes to Graceville


BCEIUASPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears~chiploypoperctorn
GRACEVILLE One,Shot
Entertainment and 4Him
Productions presented the
Confessions Tour at the
Graceville Civic Center Oct.
'19 featuring Christian rock
bands Pilar and 7eventh
Time ~Down and Christian
rap artist KJ-52.
"KJ is a niclmame I had
when I was a young rapper

thdbblia H ory o'tet fv
loaves and two fish used to
fee he mmulth "dos" I


Five loaves of bread and two
fish and feed all those peo-
ple, He can do something
with mie '
His inusic was a blend
of hip-hop, rap and music
from the 80's. .
"I think the 80's was the
best decade: ever ~when it
came to innovative music
and the niost.definable de-
cade in history,;" he said. .
"IEverjrthing was s~o much
brighter too, the colors,
it was just a really fun de-
cade."
KJ said he got, started
when hie broke his -nose
pole-vaulting.
"Iwas stuck at home and
I hadi~a lot of time to think
and God did a change in
my heartt,! he said. "That's
wh'eb I wrote my first song
for him "
SIf he were to have a mnot-
to, he said it would be, "be
the' first ~one there and the
Last one gone." .
He said he enjoyed his
'visit to firaceville.
!'I want to give~ a shout
out to the Executive Inn, I
felt like I got to enjoy the fin-
est Graceville had to offer,"
he said. "I had the pleasure
of enjoying Dante's Pizza,
SHardee's and even the lo-
cal hardware store." -
Fo r nore information on
KJ-52, visit his Web site at
www.kj52.com or viitit ww.
myspace.com/kj52.
Mikey Howard, lead
singer and founding mem-
her of 7eventh Time Down,
explained how the band got
their name.
"There's this story in
II Kings 5:14 about a king
with leprosy and a prophet
said to him if he were to


PHOTOS BY.CEGILIASPIARS StairWriter
Pillar performed at the Confessions tour stop in
Graceville.


dip himself seven times in
the Jordan river, his flesh
would be restored and be-
'come clean;"' Hooward said.
"We- use our salvation as
their seventh time down
and coming up clean." .
If there was a song of
theirs that could repre-
sent their cause, he said, it
would be World Changer.
"We believe that, as a
band God stiu has a plan
and that's to inspire people
to pursue Him," he said. "I
Don't believe that salvation
is a means of just determjn-
ing your final destination;
it's a change of lifestyle; it's
becoming a new person."
In other words, he said ~
it is what it means to bd
"born again." "I think that
being born again is allow-
mng Christ to live through
y'ou here and now," he said.
"I can't tell you how impor-
tant the 'here and now' is
because people need Christ


and they need Him now."
Howard said he had -
some good news and that
he was soon to be a father.
"Being away from my
wife stinks and not being
able to be there for those .
moments where my baby's ~
starting to kicitjust breaks
my heart at times," he said. .
"But God gets me through
it and Ilmoiw that I'm doing
Hi's work."
For more information on
7eventh Time Down visit
their; Web site at http;//sey-
einthtimedown.net/ or you
can find them on myspace
at www.myspace.com/sev-
enthtimedown.
For more information on
Pilar visit their website at
www.pillartoxpr.com or find
them on myspace at www
myspace.com/pillar.
For photos and video~
visit www.chipleypalper.
com under photo galleries
and recent videos.


ners from all contest en-
tries. First Place Over-all
will receive a cash prize of
$75; Second Place Over-all
will receive a cash prize of
$50 ~and' Third Place Over-
all will receive $25.
First place winners will
be chosen in ach category
and awarded a prize to be
determined at a later date.
A "Best in Show" prize
will be determined by a
vote of the people attend-
ing the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce's
1\ovember Third Thurs-
day meeting on Nov. 19 at
.7:30 a.m. at Patillo's in the
Washington-Hohhees Tech-
nical Center.'
Winners will be an-
nounced at the Wasihington
County Outdoor Expo on
Nov. 21. All photos entered
in .the -contest will be on


display during the Outdoor
Expo.
Entry deadline is Nov.
2 at 5 p.m. Entries may be
dropped off at the Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce office located
at 672 5th Street in Chi-
pley or mailed to EO. Box
457, Chipley, Florida 32428.
Entries should be in an en-
velope marked "Outdoor
Expo Photography Con-
test" along with age group
and category.
A complete list of rules
and entry forms may be
picked up at the Washr
ington County Chamber
Of Commerce office from
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday. For
more information, please
contact Candace Croft at
263-3231 or e-mail croft@
Swestflorida.fgoop.


CHIPLEY-Aphotography
contest will be held in con-
junction with the Washing-
ton County Outdoor Expo
taking place Nov. 21-22,. at
the Washington County Ag
Center. All contest entrants
must be students in Wash-
ington County public,
private or home schooled
and age seven to eighteen.
There are two age
groups to choose from: 7-12
year-of age and 13-18 years
and five categories: Wild-
life, Nature/Landscapes,
Outdoor Activities/Recre-
ation/People Enjoying the
Outdoors, Agriculture and
Other.- The Each student
may enter a total of five
photos into the contest, but
there is a limit of one photo
per category.
A panel of judges will
s lect three overall win-


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in Jackson County
being placed in handcuffs,
according to the release.
Hall was charged with re-
sisting an officer without
violence and was taken to
the Jackson. County Jail to
await first appearance.
Gianna R. Simmons, 39,
of 4240 Vallie Road in Mari-
anna, was also arrested on
charges of sale of cocaine,
the release said. Simmons
wvas found to be in posses-
sion -of about $1,000) worth
of crack cocaine and m~ul-
tiple devices used to smoke
crack' cocaine, according
to authorities. In addition
to outstanding warrants
on Simmons, she was also
charged with possession
of controlled substance,
cocaine, WKith intent to dis-
tribute and possession of
drug paraphernalia. She
was booked into the Jack-
son County Jail to await
first appearahee.
The arrests concluded
a long-term investigation
into the sale of crack co-
caine in Jackson ~County,
according to authorities,
and involved the Jackson
County Drug Task Force
along ~with the Drug En-
forcement Administration
and the Florida Highway
Patrol Contra'band Inter-
diction Unit. The Jackson
County Drug 1'ask Force is
the combined effort of the
Cottondale' Police Depart-
ment, 'Graceville. Police
Department, Marianna .
Police Department, Flor-
ida Deipartment .of Law
Enforcement,i and Trhe
Jackson Courity S~heriff's
Office.


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he was ready to take the course
Saturday on his 2006 Honda CR
125 in the 200B class. Everett not-
'ed that a condition of getting Wig-
gins his bike was that he keeps up
his grades up, a goal he is meet-
mng.
The track was wet from rain
Friday but was rapidly drying out
as~riders- tested the course Sat-
urday morning. "It's going to be
Extremely fast for Sunday and its
already fast," Wiggins said.
Classes from Peewee to Gold-
en Master participate, with se~v-
eral classes using~ the full enduro
course. Peewees have their own
course.
The event caine about from a
conversation within owner of the
2,704)-acre plantation, Everett,
and then TTA president Jack
Martin at Calloway Gardens in
Georgia several years ago.-
"I went there to learn how to do
a balloon festival," Everett said. "I
niet Jack and he mentioned that
they were having trouble finding
places to hold a scramble. I told
him I thought I knew a place he
could have one. 'The rest is his-
tory."


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Course designer Dexter Ledbetter. (center) m'et with course marshals before the race.


Riders start out on the endure
course.


The Washington Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office has ree-
ognized the rise mn theft
and burglaries locally, and
are asking residents to: be
proactive in protecting
their personal property.~
What can 1-esidents do
to protect their homes?
.*Keep all doors and
windows closed and se-
curely fastened.
Secure pliding glass
doors.
*Always lobk the door
to an attached garage.
*Create the illusion
that you are home.
*Keep the perimeter
of your home; well. light-
ed.
* Never leave clues
that you are away on a
tp.Keep some shades
and blinds up .and cur-
tains open to maintain a
no ma, eo ry da ape~a

Never leave a mes-
sage on your telephone
answ~ingmachine tell-
answieperm that'o are
mg p foom horne yu
awyKeep shru~bbery
trimmed aw~-front en-
trances anad wlkways
*Keep a list of serial
numbers for -firearmns
equipment, etc '


Drug charges filed
TONY SIMMONS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
GREENWOOD -- A crack
dealer was arrested dur-
ing a traffic stop in Jack-
son Cpunty on Saturday,
authorities said, and his
father-in-law also was ar-
rested when he confronted
deputies on the roadside.
On Saturday, Oct,24, Mli-
cheal Fizgerald Jackson,
31, of Greenwood, was ar-
rested during a traffic stop
on outstanding wari-ant~s
for the sale 6f cocaine, ac-
Scording to a news release.
IAuthorities said Jackson
Shas long been a substantial
Dealer of crack cocaine in
SJackson County.
~A search warrant was
Served ~at; Jackison's i'esi- '
:dence, 5543 Prairieview
Road, and .during .the
Searchh~ money, drugs anid
weapon's were seized along
With seven vehicles. Jack-
son was booked into the
Jackson County Jail to
Await ~first appearance on
Shis charges. .
During the arrest, Jack-
:son's father-in-lawv, Willie
SHall, arrived at the traffic
Stop driving in a reckledss
manor; the release said. Ac-
Scording to a news release,
Hall exited his' vehicle and
Began shouting obsceni-
Sties at officers, threatening
Their safety and impeding
Their investigation. Officers
Requested: that Hall leave
cthe scene multiple times,
;but he did not leave. .
SWhen officers attempted
Ito place Hall under arrest,
. he~struggled before finally


community, contact us' at
638-6111.
The Sheriff's Office is
asking residents to please
report~ any suspicious ve-
hicles that are parked in
driveways or along road-
wayrs near homes, where
you would riot normally
expect them ~be seen.
If you'.suspect that you
have been the victim' of
a burglary, report it to
the Washington County
Sheriff 's Office immedi-
ately. B'e careful to not


If possible, .phot~o-
'graph all valuables in-
cluding firearms, jewelry,
coins, etc
Organize a neigh-
biorhood \vatch program
to protect your neighbor-
hood. An alert coriimu-
nity is a safe community.
Washington County Shet--
iff's Office hals neighbor-
hood watches active in
:sevei~al neighborhoods
~throughout the county.
If you are interested in
orgamizmg one mn your


move~ things around in
your home, which could`
disturb the crime scene
and could hinder officers
from finding fingerprints
or additional information
about the crime, which
could lead ar~rests.
If you have anyr infor-
mation please contact
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office at 850-
638-6111. If callers wish
stay anonymous you can
report information to our
tips line at 850-638-TIPS.


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SaY~ WHAT?

Chipley's win over Marianna
of plenty of favorable com-
ment from football fans:
T hat's my dog."
mud dog

"Glad to .see Coach Arm-
strong .is bringing t em out
of the past year. Good Luck
Coach, keep up the good
work. Morale is a big thing
and I believe you have got
the boy moral upand that
goes o lon, w o' congcre.u
nations." '
Tiger Mom

"Wow did not expect that.
Great job Boys. Great job
Coach. Starting to see Light.
Yea Baby!"
Old Tiger

"Go Colby. Great win
Ti ers!"
xee hiz

"Great win for coach Arm-.
strong and chipley. Good
job coaches and boys y'all
worked really hard this week
and last night."
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Bill ~Wells and Iris Wells
Beyer, from Santa Rosa
County, attended the
event. The musical Welles
in our group, Mlax, Hester,
Emory and Laura joined
in the singing arranged
by our cousin, Ron Taylor,
who is a professional in
the music world.
The Washington .
County Chamber of
Commerce provides.
an activity each Third
Thursday morning where
"you know whio" still
performs limited emcee
duty, a privilege extended
to him by Director Te~d
Everitt. Ole Ellis, former
Chamber Executive
Director, gave me this job
in 1988.
Recently, The
Washington County
Historical Society
bestowed thel title .of vice
president on yours truly.
Thanks to Chuck Yates for
his inany years of faithful
service in this job.
The picture from .
the cover of the .E. W.
Carswell book, "Holmes
Valley" which recently '
accompanied a "prattle"
writing caught the
attention of several
readers and resulted
in book sales byr each
inquirer. L'. C. Parish and
wife, Val,. were the first to
. inquire. L. C.reminded
me that they have lived
in Chipley for five years. .
I would have still looked
for them in Vernon. He
came to the Historical
Museum, accompanied by
Shelton Smith, alid both
left with the complete set


of the valued Carswell
books.
Jim and Sue Sapp were
the next responders. I
note from the registration
book that Jim has been
by the museum. located
under the water tank in
downtown Chipley,and
made a book purchase.
In telephone conversation
with Sue, kind and
complimentary remarks
were extended regarding
"Perry's Prattle."
An effort is still
.being made to keep
the museum open each
Thursday and Friday
from 1'0 a.m. until 2
p.m. and on each First
Saturday morning A
complete set of the
.treasured E. W. Carswell
~writings contains the
,big book, "Washington,
Florida's Twelfth
County", plus seven
additional smaller books,
all with valuable and
interesting historical
reading. The set is ~$74.
Individual books can
be purchased. Visit the
museum on the above
days or call me at 850 638-
1016 or email: perry1000@
bellsouth.net and I will
make arrangements for
you to pick up books on
off days or wvill mail them
to you if needed.
Does this sound like
'ole Perry is slowing
down? Thanks for
keeping me active. It
.keeps the adrenalin
flowing and the brain
operating to almost full
capacity!
See you all next week.


It seems when 'ole
Perry tells himself "you .
need to slow down, boy,"
the momentum just picks
up! '1'he adrenalin begins
to flow ffieely and a surge
of energy comes upon the
old body which simply
won't allow for any slow
up in activity.
In recent weeks, it
was the "prattler's"
privilege to emcee the
Legends in The Fall
program presented
at Falling Water's
State Park. The
Park Rangers at
the local state park,
Scott Sweeney,
Ronnie Hudson,
and others, are PE
to be applauded PR
loudly and given Per
high marks for
planning and staging
the entertaining and ~
informative program.
Retired Park Ranger, Bill
MIaphis, is chairman of a
battery of park' volunteers
who stand ready to assist
any activity in the park.
.Dorothy Odom,
president of the
Washingtoh County
Historical Society, along
with hier "assistants"
Stacy Webb, John and
Kathy Foste'r and others
behind the scene,
contributed greatly to the
success of the event.
Earliest Toole from
Tallahassee filed two
slots on the evening's
program, playing his
guitar and singing folk
songs, some of his owrn
composition' ~He also
included music by Chipley


native, Will EmeeeLean,
who reached notorietyr in
song writing among the
fans of folk and traditional
singing.
Brother, Max
Wells, reached into
his repertoire of "era"
songs and presented
his rendition of "Miller's
Ferry," "'Cotton on
The Front Porch" and
"Falling Waters" while
.accompanying
himselff on liis
prized guita:.
The highlight ~
Sof the evening
was the
Reenactment of
Sthe stage play .
iRY'S "Sho 'Nuf' Roxie"
LTTLE presented by a 20-
y Wells member troupe
of professional. ~


alligators, missed a treat.
Debbie Bush closed the
evening performance
with her impressive
demonstration of manriy
Indian ceremonial
customs and folklore.
Since the above
interesting experience,
your writer has attended
Carlton Treadwell and
wife, 'Kathryn's, annual
fish fry and picnic held
at the Recreational
Center in Bonifay. This
is their, treat to the group
of Holmes County High
School Alumni who have
been meeting~ quarterly
in Bonifay for several
y~ears. My statement to
Carlton and Kathryn is:
"I don't know why you do
this, but I'm glad you do
Sand especially glad that I
get invited." Hester is-a ~
Holmes County graduate
so I get to tag along on
her coat tail as a "guest?- .
Next came the 1950
Vernon High School class
reunion held Friday Oct.
16. Marjorie Hasty Peel
extended an invitation
for Hester and me to .
attend their banquet
held at Baileys.. The
event was well attended.
Cousin Johnny Wells, a
class member, presented
an enjoyable, specially
prepared video of the
history of the class,
which brought maniy fond
memories.
Brother Clyde Wells
was a member of the
graduation class and also
served as, class president
in the senior y~ea r.
The next day, Saturday,


He Sold No 'Shine
Before Its Time


I b yr E. Wii Carwell r~~n ~ '

SUBMITTED PHOTO
'"He Sold No Shine
Before It's Ti~me" is one
of~ the most popular E.W.
Carswell books and it
is still available in the
museum. *

Oct. 17, two carloads of
my family drove to Re~d
Level, Ala.~for the Wells
Reunion held in an old ~
house, of worship called
Town Chui'ch. The ~
building is owned and
beautifully maintained
by the town of Red Level.
It is ideal for holding
community functions of
this type. .
The host of Wells kin
in Alabama extended a
most hearty .welcome
to the entourage of '
cousins from Florida.
They included Max and
Joyice Wells, Emory Wells
and daughter, Courtney;
Tim and Debbie` Wells,
( daughter, Laura and son,
Perry II; and Perry and .
Hester Wells.~' Cousins


men and women
portraying the life and
times of the Shatecropper
Farmer. Faye Howell is
the leader of this group.
Leon Sexton, opened
the program with
harmonica' music, Leon
and wife, Martha Jean,
remained in the audience
to enjoy the sharecropper
presentation. Readers
will recall that Leon
recently released his r'
book, "Wagon Tracks", W
story of the lamentations
of the lowlyr farmers,
who could ndirer remove
himself from the yoke of
sharecropping.
Those who missed
Winona VanL~andlingham's
story telling and H.
L. (Gator) Bi'own's
"dos" and don'ts" of
dealing with snakes and


GIIPLEY'~ The winners
of the 5th Annual Pumpkin
contest at thie Washington
County Public Libdrary have
been announced.
Police 6 .Chief Itetzin
Crews and the teen advii-
sory board were on hand to
judge the pumpliins, based
on quality of workmnanship,
appearance, originality and
theme. ,
Taking ifirdt place in
the. kindergarten through
second grade was Maddie
Munroe writh her 'Othia'
pumpkin and Kee an'Wlch


taking second place with
Minnie Mouse.
In the 3-5 graders,' Tin-
sley :Hodges placed first
;place with Horton from the
book 'Horton HeIars a Who',
Desiree' Finch in seepnd
place with the Cat in the
Hat,' and Marshall Kneiss
placed third~ih~h~ih with Batnian,
~from "'Batman Saves the
Day'.
First place winners
receivee a $15 gift card for
Books-A-Million, donated
by; the Washi~ngton 'County
:Friends of the Libraryi.


Polic
Chief Kevin
h ewd th
heped t e
Washington
County
Library
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pumpkins .
entries.

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Public notice: Special

Called Meeting Nov 4

CHIPLEY -- .Washington ` County
Commissioners will hold a Special
Called Meeting at 9 a.m. on Nov. 4 at
1331 South Boulevard in Chipley.
On the agenda:
EMS Third Station in South End
of County; Employment Agreemenit;
Inmate Crews; Library Hours and
.Procedures for Board Meeting.
For more information, please call
the Administrative Office' at 638-
6200.







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G. HUTTON I Special to the Washington County N~ews
VERNON Vernon Elementary third~ grade
students in Mrs. Morel's class have been writing
fall stories. Each student created a scarecrow
and wrote a story to' go along with each
creation. Students- also, made skeletons and
Explained what is hidden beneath a person's
skin.


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Local


A6 I washington County News


Th Grealt Banquet
CHIPLE A Thanksgiv-
ing Day dinner, for .Wash-
ington County residents iri
need, is planned for Thurs-
day, Nov. 26 from' 11 a.m.
- 2 p.m. in the Washingt~on
Count Ag Cent~er, iigh-
wray 90 in Chipley.
Make reservations for
y'our family by calling 638-
0182. Proof of residence
may be required. The
Christian Fellow~ship com-
mittee sponsors event V'ol-
unteers are needed.

DOcorating
Extravag0HZ0
The Woman's Club of
Chipley will host its annual
Holiday~ Decorating Ec-
travaganlza on Thur~sday.


Oct. 29. This annual fund-
raiset' starts at 6:30 p.m.
at the Washington County
Agricultural Center. on
Hwy.T 90 in Chipley.
Renowned local florist
K~irby Holt, AIFD, will dem-
onstrate a variety of deco-
rating techniques for the
holidays. Displays of trees,
wreaths and other holiday
arrangements wrill be sold
at a discount. Proceeds
from this major f~undraiser
benefit the local commu-
nity through scholarships
and other contributions to
organizations in need.
Tickets to the event are
$8 per person and available
5-om anyv Woman's Club
member. The event also
includes refreshments and
door prizes. For more in-
formation, call 638-00)53.


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Accident on Lakepoint

road leads to fatality
Florida Highway Patrol bound on Lakepoint Road
reports that Ricky Lamar in a 2006 Ford pickup when
Hagans, 51, of Alford, was he failed to negotiate a
killed in an accident on curve, left the roadway and
Oct. 25 around 12:20 a.m. struck a tree. The investi-
on Lakepoinit Road east of gation remains open. The
U.S. 231. FHP reports that he was
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making it 14-7 with 5:26 left in the
half. Baker's Justin Washingtori
stopped another Holmes drive
'with an interception, and 7 plays
.later L'ogan Wagner hit Moore
with a 35-yard~strike for a touch-
down. Baker recovered an ~on-
side kick but Concepcion inter-
cepted a pass and raced 77 yard
to make it 21-14 at the half.
Baker tied it up with 4:32 left
in the third quarter on a ninie-
yard run by M~oore, but Holmes
went ahead on Concepeion's,
22-yard run with 52.2 left in the
third quarter.
Holmes stopped another Baki
er drive at their own four within
;4:21 left and on the second play
of the ensuing drive Concepcion
`dashed 66 yards to make it 35-21
with, 3:50 left. Wagner hit Moore!
with a 29-yard touchdown pass;
to make it 35-28, but the Devils
d drive .ran out the clock with 2:13 left
off with to take their second win of the
.e kick season.



Chipley take

shootout

ove rival

Mannann

JOSli WEINFUS5
Florida Freedom Newspapers
MARIANNA --Generations of Marianna.
fans and hoai~ds of C h ipley s faithful de-
Sscended upon Bulldog Stadium for one
of the most anticipated homecomings
of the year.
It wasn't because they were going to
see their old high school friends.
Rqob Armstrong returned to Marian-
na, where he coached the Bulldogs for
three seasons, as coach of the Chipley
Tigers..
Instead of a bloodbath, however, the
neighbors were treated to a track meet.
But nWhen defense needed it most, the
Tiger~s stopped the Bulldogs 4-4, 1-2) in
the final seconds and caime away with a
49-42 win in District -1-2B.
The teams combined for 13 touch-.
downs and 964 yards rushing. Cfiipley
finished with 49T yards :and .Marianna
had 467.
."Thie thing, we 'did tonight that we
haven't done', we finished ~drives." said
SArmstrong, dripping wet from a Gato--
rade bath.
.Chipley (3-4, 1-1) tested Marialnna's;
contain defense` all .night, sending
Shonquelle Swa~in and Johnny~ Watford
?to the edges. That stretched the Bull-
dogs enough where an inside handoff
play to Colby Hartzog allowed him to
break loose for rubs of 39, 43, 22, 42 and
37 yards.
That was 'a major part of his 206
yards and one touchdoivn on 14 carries,
Watford had 140 yards; and two touch-
downs on 16 carries and Swain had 115
yards and three touchdowns, also on 18
care.Marianna's Tre Jackson had 22i
yards ahd three scores on 14 carries
R.J. Bowers had 119 yards and oilg
touchdown on eight carries. '
"We couldn't stop it," Marianna
.coach Steve DeWitt said. "I told thent
wie can't give up 49 points and expect
t i.The Tigers ti'ailed 22-(1at halftime
and it was starting to look like Mariani
na was going to have something to celu
lebrate for its Homecoming; Mlarignna's
Tre Jackson ran the first play of the
second half 48 yards for a touchdowns
increasing the Bulldogs' lead to nine:
Jackson's touchdown' was one of six
covering 48 yards or longer.
Marianna ensuing kickoff went out
of bounds. When Chipley asked for a re-
kick, Marianna recovered and scored
four plays later to take a 35-20 lead.
Then Chipley leaned on Watford's
speed. He scored his two touchdown(
in the second half on runs of 5 and 66
Yardss. capping back-to-back drives that:
tied it 35-35.
Swain, who scored two touchdowns:
in the first half, gave Chipleyr a 42-3f:
.lead on a 5-yard run with 6:35 left in the
game. Marianna respond with Jack-
son's third touchdown of the game, a
54-yard run with 5:07 left.
After scoring at such a rapid pace:
the Tigers slowed down and ran off
more than 3 minutes of the clock. Watf
ford scored the go-ahead- touchdown
from pe 10 with 1:57 left.


JAY FELSBER G
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypoper.com
BONIFAY Jomar Concepcion
scored five touchdowns and the
Holmes County defense came
up when it mattered as the Blue
Devils (2-5) beat winless liaker
35-28 at Mlemorial Field.
Baker opened scoring after
blocking a Holmes County punt,
with Vada Moore scoring from
four yards out. David Beck's 14rck
made it 7-0 Baker.
Concepcioni struck' on .the
ensuing kickoff following good
blocking down the right'.side for
a 91-yard return for the score.
Cameron Bailey's kick made it
seven-all with 5.191left in the first
quarter,
The Devils stoPIped the Ga.
tors oh fourth down at the Hol-
mes County 17, but gave the
'ball back on a flubbed hike on a
punt attempt at the Devrils' four.


TPwo plays later Derek Hall in- touchdownn 1-eturn was thwarted ~gether an li-play, 96-yar(
tercepted a Gator pass to stop by an illegal blocking call. that Concepcion finished
that drive, although: his apparent Holmes Countythen put to- an .li-yard run, with th


PHOTOS BY JAMES BAILEY I Spa~id to the WGN~/HL7
Blountstown defeatedj Roulh-ac for ;the middle school title.
JAY FEL5BERG
Managing Editoir
: i.felsberg~chipleypapercogm '


CHIPLEY -- Blountstown.Middle School (6-0) capped ~
off a, perfect season by beating host Houlhac Middle.
School (4--3) 36-8 to capture the middle school confer-
ence championship game'lIuesday~ night.
The visiting Tigers stopped Routhac's opening drive
at the Blountstown 20. They took advantage of a roilgh-
ing the kicker call 6n' Roulhac to keep possession on
fourth down of the ensuing drive, and four plays later
Hunter Jordan hit Ja'Vakiell Brigham with an 86-yrard ~
touchdownrl pass. Brigham's two-pointer made itt 8-0
Blountstowh~ with 33 second left in the first quarter.
.Brigham tallied Blountstowvn's next score with 57.8
seconds left in the half on a 20-yard pass front Jordan,
with Brigham also addirig the conversion to make it 16-0
Sat the: half. Brigham also halted a Rodlhac drive wit h an
interception with seconds left in the half. -
Brighani scored another 'eight-point combination
on the opening play from~ scrhnmage in the second half
-dashing 55 yards and adding the two pointer to make
it 24-0. Brett ~Bozeman's fuinble recovery on the kickoff
set up -Brigham's next score from 10 yards out with 6:04
:left in the third quarter to make it 30-0 Blountstown.
Anthony Jones scored Blountstown's last touchdown
Son a 3-yard run with 2:43 left to, make it 36-0. Roullhac
avoided a shutout as WyVatt.Brock scored on a 4-yard
run with 17.2 seconds left, with Kobe McCrary's deuce
making the final score 36-8.

Port St. Joe takes consolation game *
The Port St. Joe Tiger Shiarks took third place in the
conference by beating Bonifay Middle School 30-6. The .
Tiger Sharks stopped Bonifay's opening drive at their
own 31 and Jaquez Davis scored five plays later from the
4, with Jake! Riley's two-pointer niiaking it 8-() PSJ with
3:48 left in the first quarter. ~
Bonifay's Chase Forehaind's interception halted a PSJ
drive, but the Tiger Sharks added another score wiith 55.8


A Bortifay player goes; high' for a pass against
Port. St. J;oe.
seconds left in the: half on Davis' 24-yard run to make it
14-0 at the half.
.Bonifay took the, opening drive of the second half to
the Tiger' Sharks' 17 before David Jacobs recovered a
Bonifay fumle. Three plays later Riley broke a 56-yard
touchdown run arid added the two-pbinter to make it 22-0
with 3:26 left in the third qiiarter.
PSJ stopped another Bonifay drive with a fumble re-
co'very on their own 16, but the Blue Devils put together
an 8-Iilay drive topped off with a 1-yard keeper by quarter-
back Ty Russ with 4:50 left to make it 22'6 Tiger Sharks.
SPSJ finished off scoring two plays later as Davis went
42-yards, with Riley's two-pointer making the final score
30-6.
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with a 41-yard receiving
touchdown from quarter-
back C.J. Smith.
The Knights were able
to move the ball with
more success in the sec-
ond half after being shut
out in the first, scoring
two touchdowns.
Chris Behnken led the
Knights' offense with 46
yards rushing, including


a 5-yard touchdown run,
while completing a 12-
yard touchdown pass to
Caleb McCullough.
The Hornets had a
blocked punt returned 27
yards for a score by Cody
Casper, who also had 69
yards rushing on seven
carries.
Cottondale is idle next
week.


JAIME DICKERSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers
NItEVILLE The Cotton-
dale Hornets no longer
are winless after winning
big against Rocky Bayou
Christian on Friday, 56-16
at Destin MIiddle School
in a District 1-1B game.
Cottondale (1-6, 1-2)
earned its first win as the


Knights (0-7, 0-3) could
not stop the relentless
running attack of t~he
Hornets.
They piled up 265
yards on the ground, led
by Evan Davis who had
101 yards and two touch-
downs on just riine car-
ries. Nick Jackson added
73 yards and three touch-
downs' on five carries,


Sports
BRIEFS
Jefferson County beats Graceville
gMON ICE Lp3 -J ffersn aont bke o chna cls
a 42-6 win over the Graceville Tigers to' clinch a playoff
bert~h. The ~game was tied 6-6 a~t halftime.
Jefferson County moved to 3-0 in District 1-1B and
4-4 overall. Gi-aceville is now 0-2 in district play and 1-6
overall.

HCHS Powder Puff Football .
BONIFAY The 209 Powder Puff Football game is
scheduled for Thursdayl Nov. 5 in Mlemorial Field .
starting at 6:30 p.rn. Powder Puff King will be crowned a
t halftime. Admission is $3 per person.

Swinging for Scholarships
Tri-County Home Builders Association will host its
annual Swinging for Scholarships golf tournament on
Nov. 7 at Indian Springs Golf C~lub. Shotgun tart is at
8:30 a.m. with lunch and awards to follow.
This is a four-person/select shot format. Entry fee is
$70 per person with proceeds going to,tie~ scholarship
funds at C~hipola College and Washington Holmes .
Technical Center. Hole sponsorships are also available
for $100 each. For more information, call Delbbie
McCrary at 638-4436.or Tammy Dean at 48-8802.


PGTA, District 3

dub Brian Little

Golf Tou rna me nt


a greatsuccess
PACE Placing first at this year's Brian Little Me-
morial Golf Tournament with $ score of 59 were Chris'
Presriell'wtith Jacobs Engineering; Walt Dodson with
EC Driven*; Katrina Putnam with C3TS; and Phil Ste-
vens writh HW Lochner.
Second place: David Skipper, HatchMott MacDon-
baled Td 4amn~ Grenh raes & Oara;GMike e-
PBS&J. Third Place Jeff Helms, PBS&J; Mike Zoltek,
Noljles consulting Group; Craig Toth, HNTB; and
John Kilgore, American Consulting of Florida.
The tournament was held at the ~beautiful Ston-
eBrook Countlry Club hi Pace on Sept. 18.
Over 60. consultant groups, contractors, and util-
iycompanies participated and an estimated $40,000
frthek United Way/FSECC. charitable contribution.
There were 148 participants in all. Members of the
PTGA, and District Thi'ee appreciate all the hard
work in holding this tournament each year and par-
ticipation in the event.

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L'python f
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission.
The 26-year-old nian, of
East Atlliams Avenue, ac-
knowledged to investigators
he had a snake in the home
but refused to cooperate
and was jailed, according
to FWC I~nvestigator Jerry
Shiokies.
The mhan was .charged
with possession of a reptile


of concern without permit,
housing a reptile ~of~concern
in an unsafe mariner,, and
resisting arrest without vio-
lence. All three' charges are
second-degree misdemeari-
ors, ~punishable' by fines of
up to $500 and a maximum
60cg-dayjail sentence.
"There -was no :sign if
a cage for the snake in the
home, but the really shock-


ing thing is. there were
mattresses on ,the floor
along with the clothing of
small children," Shores
said. "There weren't any
children in the home wheir
we were there, but it was
obvious. children were' in
and oilt of th~e house. With
.a snak~e that size, that's just
a disaster waiting to hap-
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A few safety tips forom
the. U.S. Consumer P~roduct
SSafety Cormmission. can pro-
tect children who plan to go
trick-or-treati~ng this Hallow-
een. -
Treats: Warn chiildr~ed
not to eat any treats before
an adult has carefully ex-
amined them for evidence of
tampering.
Flame Resistant *Cos-
tuines: When purchasing a
costume, masks, beards, and
wigs, look for the label Flame
Resistant. Although this
label does not mean these
items won't catch fire, it does
indicated the items will resist
burning and should extin-
guish quickly once removed
from the ignition source.
Costume Designs: Pur-
chase or make costumes
that are light and bright
enough to~be clearly visible


to motorists.
For greater visibility dur-
ing dusk~ and darlm~ess, dec-
orate or trimi costumes with
reflective tape that will glow
in the beam of a car's head-
lights. Bags or sacks should
also be light colored or deco-
rated with reflective tape.
To easily see and be seen,
children should also, carry
flashlights.
Costumes shouldbe short
enough to prevent~ children
fromm tripping and falling.
Children should wear
well-fitting, sturdy shoes .
Mother' s high heels are~ not
a good idea for safe walking.
SHats and scarfs should be
tied securely to prevknt them
from slipping over children's
, eyes. ,
Apply a natural mask of
cosmetics rather than have
a child wear a loose-fitting


Children should go only to
homes where the residents
are 1mnown and have outside
lights on as a sign of wel-
come.
Children should not enter
homes or apartments unless
they are accompanied by an
adult.
People expecting trick-
or-treaters should .remove
anything that could be an ob-
stacle fromlawns, steps and
porches'. Candlelit jack-o'-
lanterns shoulder kept away
from landings and doorsteps
where costumes could brush
against the flame.
For further information
on product safety, consum-
ers may call the U.S Con-
sumer Product Safety Com-
mrission's toll-free hotline on
(800) 638-2772. Hearing im-
paired consumers may use
TT'Y 301-595-7054.


mask~ thait might restrict
breathing or obscure vision.
If a mask is used, however,
make sure it fits securely and
has eyeholes large enough to
allow full vision.
Swords, Imives, and simi-
lar costume accessories
should be of soft and flexible
material.
PedestrianSafety*Young.
children should always be


accompanied by an adult or
an older, responsible child.
All children should walk, not
run from house to house and
use the sidewalk if available.
Children should be 'cautioned
against running out from be-
tween parked cars, or across
lawns and yards where orna-
ments, furniture, or clothes-
lines present dangers. .
Choosing Safe Houses:


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Holmes

at a glance

Turkey shoot for
oysters
CARYVILLE The
Caryville Volunteer Fire
Department will host a
'ILhrkey Shoot on Oct. 31
starting at 11 a.m. beside
the Town Hall off Hwy 90.
Shots are $3 each;
12/16/20/410 shells will
be furnished. Shooting
for half bag of oysters:
Proceeds go to Caryville
.VFD.

Vernon VFD turkey
shoot
VERNON Vernon Vol-
unteer Fire Department
will host a turkey shoot on
Saturday, Nov. 7, beginning
at 5 p.m. Shots are $3 each;
12/16/20/410 shells` will be
furnished. Turkey shoots
will be held each Saturday
at 5 p.m. thi-ough Dec. 21.
All proceeds go to Vernon
VFD. Prizes include tur-
heys and hams. For infor-
.mation call Shaun Sand-
ers at 850-258-7265.

Fun Day Fly-In
BONIFAY Experimen-
tal Aircraft Association~
Chapter 1464 will hold a
Fly-In on Saturday, Nov. 14,
starting at 8 a.m., through
Sunday Nov. 15 at 2 p.m.
at the Wli-county Airport
in Bonifay.
Aircraft of all types wel-
come, plenty of ramp area
parking, bring the family,
Saturday night camping
under-winge r R.V No
hookups, restrooms and
showers available in FBO
(Fixed Bae Operation).
Food concessions avail-
able on Saturdaylive band
Saturday night and Sun-
day morning breakfast are
planned. Free admission
Free airplane rides for
children ages 8-17 pro-
vided bythe YoungEagles
program.

DAR essay contest
SMARIANNA -- Local'
students will compete~ for
over $500 in prizes for the
DAR American History
Essay Contest (for grades
5-8) and the Christopher
Columbus, Essay Contest
(for grades 9-12.) Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR is the.
sponsor for both contests.
The deadline to enter is

Noyd6topic f or the DAn
American History Essay
is "The ITranscontinental
Railroad." The length of
the essay for fifth graders
is 300 to 600 words and stu- ,
dents in grades 6-11 must
write 600 to 1,000 words-
The, topic for the Chris-
topher Columbus Essay
Contest is "Christopher
Colulmbus' Early Influenc-
els." The essay may NOT
be more than 750.woi-ds.
For entry forms .and
complete guidelines
please contact DAR
American History Chair-
man Mary Robbins' at
snoopyxrii60@hotmail.com
or 850-209-4066.



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Ciara
McEntyre
turns 9
Ciara
McEntyre of
Chipley cel-
ebrated her
ninth birth-
day with fam-
ilyandfriends
on Sept. 24
at Compass
Lake 'in the
Hills with
horseback
riding and
swimrmng.
Among' those
helping her
celebrate
was~ her little
.sister Railey .
-Ciar-a's par-
ents are To-
sha and Ja'
soh Holley of
Mark MlcEn-
tyre also of
Chipley


Jacob Fitzpatrick turns 6
Jacob Fitzpatrick celebrated his sixth
birthday at home on Oct. 17 with a Baku-
gan theme party. flis big brother, Elliott
Barfield and other family members and
'friends attended.
Jacob was born on Oct. 20, 2003 and
is the son of Paul and Sherry (Snell) Fitz-
patrick of Bonifay.
ieyHinT maena gr pa ent oare S
and the late ~Larry Morris, and Donald
and Janice Hurley. Paternal grandpar-
ents are Gary and Linda Fitzpatrick.


Mr. cand Mrs. William
-Elton Mc~ionald will be
wedebn a nin vee sa oild
Saturdii eov. sein theof
God fellowshiphall from 3
to 5 p.m. W~ith a reception
hosted by their children
and grandchildren. All
family and friends are
invited stop by and share.
in their celebration.
The'church ison Hwy
179A, approximately 14
Ikiles north of Westville
afnd nine miles south of
Geneva, Ala'.
The couple was
married Nov. 6, 1959 at
Mount Olive Assembly of
God with the Rev. Cary
Richards officiating. They
have lived in the Westville
and Geneva area and
have three children;
Sandra Claire McDonald
Pope and husband Jeffery,
William Elton McDonald,


Jr. (deceased) and'
Gregory Scott McDonald
and wife Cheryl; and four
grandchildren, Jeffery
Kyle Pope, Kassandra
Lee Pope, William
Bradly M~cDonald,
and Megan Nicole
1ViIcDonald.


csendr'aAllysoni
Dezarn and Timotiy.
.Lester Parson wBre
rnarried Sept. 1'9, 2000, at
Glendale Presbyterian ;
Church, Pastor K~eith
Andrews performed the
double-ring ceremony ..
SThe bride is the
'daughter of Kenneth
Dezarn and the late
Laura Dezarh ~of Pace`
~The groom is the son of
Tony anld Mlaxine Parson
of Ponce de Leon.
Presented in marriage
by 'her father, the bride
was attended by her ~
friend, Meagan Dittmar,
as maid of honor. Mitchell
Parson, brother of the
groom, served as the best
man.
The bride is a
graduate of the
University of West
Florida, where she: .
received h~er bachelor's
degree in Public ,
l~ielations. She works as
the campaign 'director for
the United Way of Santa ~
Rosa County.
The groom .graduated


T'his yard sale is for baby
and children s items only.
,Vendors keep all pro-
f' 'ceeds thiey make.
To participate arid re-
s'erve a table stop by the
: Holmes Counity Health
Department or call547-
-8500. extension 249.
a' The' charge to par-
`ticipate is one pack
Sof diapers, which can
be dropped at the ~
health department or
brought' on the day of
.the' event. Information
regarding Kidcare, Fam-
ily Planning, MIedicaid,
Chronic Disease, Healthy
Start and other children's
i. servicess will be made
l1. available during the Baby
Bash. There will also be
refreshments.

'hifSImOS 10

BONIFAY Chr~istmas
In Bethlehem isycorn-
ing to Bethlehemn Camp
again this yea Tours by


Sanci~ent shepherds on
Dec. 4-5.and Dec. 11-12
start at 6 p.m. with the
last tour at 7:30 p.m. and
include a visit to Grand-
ma's House, Kid Crafts,
a hayride and boiled pea-
nuts, light refreshments,
a petting zog and musical
performances.
Admission is free. but
donations are appreci-
ated. For tours of 10 or
more, contact 866-950-
3334. Bonifay's Bethle- ~
hem Camp is located on
Highway C-160. Hope
International and Bethle-
hem Camp are sponsors
of this event. .

NAS Pensacola hosts
B Ue Ange S
NAS PENSACOLA T'he
Navy's Flight Demon-
stration Squadron, the
Blue Angels, will. close
the 2009 season at their
annual Homecomhing Air
Show aboard Naval Air '
Station Pensacola on Fri-


day and Saturday,:Nov.,13
and 14.
Prior to the world
famoris -Blue Angels F/A
18 Hornet performances '
the Blues' C-130 Hercu-
Sles transport kn~own as
"Fat Albert"' will deml-
onstrate~a Jet .Assisted
Ta 'lke Offi(JATO) w~ith the
help of solid fuel rockets.
"'Civilian and military
aircraft: will be perforrm_-
inlg extraordinary aero-
batics throughout the day :
.with the gates opening at
8 a.m. and shows starting
at. 10 a.m.
In addition to the
scheduled Friday and
Sattirday shows, there
wiHl be a night show b~e-
gmnning at 4:30 p.m. on
Saturday only. Aircraft
will light up the~sky with
Jull afte~rburner and pyro-
Stechnics:.
Admission and park-
ing for all shows are free. `
Areas will be reserved for


Floridc 4-Ci'. -
i Alun Rol II C II
Alumni and friends o
the Florida 4l-H program
laiolk the imlportan~ce of
4-H's impact on young
people across Florida.
The Florida 4-H Founda
tion, Inc. is announcing
Florida 4-H Alumni Rol
SCall to build better con
nections' among alumni
friends and supporters
of 4-H.
If you are a Florida 4
H alumnus or would ik~
to join the Florida 4-H.
Foundation to continue
the centul. of youth sue
cess, visit www.flaridaBh
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Baby Bash 2009
SBONIFAY,- Holmnes
County Health Depart-
me'nt will be sponsor a
community yard sale
Saturday Nov. 14, from 8
Saim. to noon at the First
Baptist Church annex.


from the University of
West Florida, where
he received a degree
in Economics and
Political Science arid is
pursuing a Master's in
Public Administration.
He is serving as the
legislative ~aide to State
Representative Greg
SEvers.
A reception was held
at the Chautauqua Hall of
Brotherhood in DeFuniak
Springs, Florida.
The newlyweds reside
in Crestview.


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AND FRANK BARONE JR.

Charlotte Rose Larrivee of
Westville deployed on her second
tour of Iraq in February 2009
September 2009.
She is in the military police
stationed in Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Cpl. Larrivee has been in the
Marine Corps for over three years
--~ -*- and plans on re-enlisting. Cpl.
~IC ;ILarrivee was awarded the Navy
;Achievement medal in Al Asad,
Iraq For outstanding dutiies-serving
as a convoy security machine
gunner and training NCO.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Barone
.is Cpl. Larrivee's older brother,
~~i~Z~Frank Barone Jr. has been in the
: j~. ~ ~Navy Reserves for over Five years
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and IVixed Mlartial Arts.
Peacock developed the
"De'fending the Edged
Weapon" course for the
Florida Department
of Law Enfor~meenet/
CJSTC, as wpil as the
Women's Self Defense'
Program for Jacksonville
University. He has served
as an expert witness on
Law Enforcement Use of
Force for the City of Jack-
sonville Office of General
Counsel as Well as for
Florida Department of
Law Enforcemrent.
Peacock developed the
Defensive Tactics course
specifically for the Chipo-
la training to focus on
weapon retention, hand-
to-hand combat and re-
sti-aint techniques.
Steve Anderson, Chipo-
la Public Servrice Assess-

sina,t "Ofi'r s h ~
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all the instruction to be
ver helpful in improving
of ier safety and helping
officers to better serve
and protect; the citizens of
our community."


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MARIANNA The H. Lee
Peacock of the Jackson-
ville Sheriff's Office in
partnership with Chipo-
la's Criminal Justice
Training Center recently
conducted a Defensive
Tactics training course at
ChipolaCollege.
Officers from the Jack-
son County Sheriff's Of-
fice, M~arianna Police
Department, Chipley Po-
lice Department, Holmes
County Sheriff's Office
and the Calhoun Sheriff's
Office~ participated in the
course.
Peacock has been a
deputy with the Jack-
sonville Sheriff's Office
for the 23 years, having
been a full time defensive
tactics' instructor for the
past 14 years and serving
the last. seven years as
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fice Academy. He earned
several: black belts~ and
Instructoi Certifications
in various' disciplines of
Martial Arts and has com-
peted as a professional
fighter in both kickboxing


12/6/20/410 shells willbe.
furnished. Shooting for
hafd bag of oysters. Pro-
ceeds go to Caryville VFD.

Dine and Dance
Marianna's G~athering
~Place sponsors a Dine and
.Dance event the fourth
SSaturday of each month,
starting at 6 p.m., at Jim's
Buffet and Grill on High-
way 90 in Marianna.
Enjoy music, activities
and speakers. Buffet or
menu niceals are avail,
able. Alovi: offering wil
be accepted with proceeds
to benefit~ Ideal charities.
For more information, call
850)-526-41561.

GC orrec ionel
Officer graduatl00
PORT ST. JOE On' Oct.
.20, the~ Divisiori of Public
Safety at Gulf Coast Com-
Smunity College held a ,
graduation ceremony for
t egto grd~u s ofh
'Standards Class No. 201 .
th e guest sspe ker a
e.Bae~manawrith Ithe Gul
Correctional Institution
The following GCCC stu-
dents were recognized with
special awards:
Mitchell W Pelt received
the Charles H. Abbott
~Academlic Awrard; Gene A. \
;Anderson 111 Christopher
D. Murphy, and Mitchell W
Pelt received Perfect Atten-
Sdance Aw~ards; and Gene
A. \Anderson HT i'ceived the
Top Gun Aw~ard.
Other students w~ho
graduated were: Tony


W; Crews, Rich Fadrm~er,
Adam R. Murphy, Sharon
Rogers and Ashley K
Webb.

Holmes Class of
1999 ROUni0H
The Holmes County ,
High School Class of 1999
will hold its 10-year high
school reunion on Home-
coming weekend, Nov. 13
and 14. E-mail~lichsco99@ '
hotmail.com for more
information regarding
the upcoming reunion
activities.

HCHS Quaterl

BONIFAY All HCHS
alumni, former students
and staff are invited to at-
tend the next HCHS Quar-
terly Luncheon which will
be on Nov. 10 at Simbo's
Restaurant at 11 a.m.

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BONIFAYi- Smnokng ces-
sation classes will begin
'llesday, Oct. 20, from noon
to 1 p.m. in the conference
room at Doctors Memorial
Hospital. Classes will be
;held, wieekly for six weeks,
`ending Nov. 24. The class
curriculum was developed
by~ ex-smokers for people
who want to be become
ex-smokers. No cost for the .
.class and free NRT is avail-
able for participants;.
Call547-8193 for moare
information or to sign up


for thei class.

Historical Society hosts
anniversary party
80NIFAY The Holmes
ConyHstoo ea~ae o r
sary party on Nov. 7 ~fr~om 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. The public is
invited.
The 100-year-old build"
mng mn which the Society's
museiun is housed was
moired to its present loca-
tion, 412 West Kansas Ave,
Bonifay on April l3, 1999.
The building, originally
situated in the New Hope
community along west
Highway 2, was donated
to the Historical Society
bdy Jackie Ray and Cecil
R. "Rex" Jones in honor.
of their parents, Cecil and
Jewel Jones.
Chicken plates at $5
eachi will be served at noon.
A silent auctionris planned
and high bidders will be an-
nounced at 15 prh'affn~b
$1 per~tic~ket to win a nevi
1Vlossberg lunip shotgun.
Raffle tickets may be pur-
chlased at any~ time prior to
the ticket drawing, at 1 p.m.
on Nov. 7.
Ticket holders need not
be present to win as long as
their names and telephone
numbers are on the tick-,
ets. Ticket holders forl the
~ shotgun must be at least l8
years of age.
The Society~'s museum
wrill be open to the public
from 9 a m. to 2 p.m. For
further information call
547-2382; 326-7630 956-2623
or 547-"237.


the physically challenged.
Food and memorabilia will
be available at numerous
concession stands.

Braswell/Howell
< ROUni00
The annual Braswell/ '
Howell Reunioil of the de`-
scendants and ~friends of
AYrbrough and Lula How-
ell Braswell is planned for
Saturday, Oct. 31 at the
Geneva Church of Christ
on Maple ALvenue near
Center-Drug. Take a well-
filled basket and family
photos ~to share. For more `
information call Faye -
Bryan at 334-684-9633 or
850-956-2543.

iumley/Holland
FamilV ROUnion
The Carley and Hol-
land Reuniontwill be held .
Sunday, Nov 1 at the
Carnley old home place '
on the M.C Cane;Road

: Festivities startat 11
a.m. with lunch served at
12:30 p.m. Takie a covered ~
dish'to share. All family ~
and friends welcome. For
more information, call
547-3840 or 547-3545-

(04yVI 0 YED TUrkey
Shoot f or OysterS
(ARYVILLE 'The
Caryville V~olun~teer F~ire .
Department will host a
ITurkey Shoot on Oct. 31
starting at 11 a~m. beside :
the Town Hall off Highwvay
90.
SShots are $3 each; .


Harmon descendanits gathered
.on Oct. 1; at the home of Faye and
Lynn Cope in Chlipley, for the first
ever Harmon Reunion. Faye is the '
granddaughter of the late Selt 'and ~
Addie liarmlon who raised their chil-
dren in W~ashington County. Family
members came from as far away as
Dallas, San Antonio. Illinois, Tamlpa
and N~ew Bern, N.C.
The Copes displayed an eight-
foot wide Harmon~family tree they
created, going back to Henry and
Amnanda Harmon and Saunders and ~
Celia D~avis. Their children, Nancy
Davis Harmon aind Turner Hunt
Harmon were the ones most famil-
iar to the 56 attending descendants.
Included were numerous great
grandchildren a 'nd great-great-
grandchildren and six great-great-


great-grandchildren. Four of Turn-
er Harmon's grandchildren .there i
because he servedes a Confederate
soldier in the Qivil War. -
Following their marriage, Nan-
cy and )T~urner ,Harmon settled in
the Cove in' Panama City. Th'y
and their children built numerous
homes th~ere.Most: are still stanlding
and have been restored. The Turner
Harmons and several of their chil-
dren also owned property in the
Rock i-ill area near Chipley. They
spent part of each year there, where
Turner taught school .
Lyn Hindsman, a noted histori-
cal researcher from Panama City,
gave~a presentation about Turner
and Nancy Harmori and their Cove
plat and about the Historical Soci-
etyi's accomplishments' establishing


the Harmon'PFlat as part of Panana,
City's history.
The Historical Society'is hoping
for a grant this year. or next to erect
a large picture/story sign of th'eHar-
mon plat, probably along the sea wall
sidewalk area on E. Beach Drivle in
the area of Turner and 19anicy's lidt's
home, which still stands.
Slides of ancestors, dating back
to tistype photos were shown b
Jim Murfee, grandson of Amanda
Harmon, and~ great-grandson of
Turner and Nancy.
The reunion was .dedicated .to.
Turrier and Nancy Harmon's grand-
children Hazel Harmon Shores of
Chipley, Buell Murfee of Panama
SCity, and a, great-grandson Jinrimy
.Cushing of Chipley. Thley had the
most seniority of those present.


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Chipola College Theater is in
full rehearsal for the upcoming,
"Musical Comedy Murders of
1940." Performances of the show
are set for Nov. 5-9. Here, the
male leads in the play pose for a
phot~o. The comic romp pokes fun
at the more ridiculous aspects of
"show biz" and the cornyi thrillers
of Hollywood's heyday. For
information, call Theatre director
Charles Sirmon at 850-718-222;7
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Obituaries


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him in death.
Survivors included his
wife, Nancy, of Casselber-
r, and his sisters, JoAnn '
CTilstrap, Linda Holley and
Rita Carter, of Chipley.
Memorialization was
by cremation with his
remains interred in the
family plot at Hard L~abor ~
Cemetery in Washington
County.


Nicksonl Pettis, of Gaines-
ville; sister, Mary Elizabeth
Pettis, of Panama City; and
one grandchild.
Flmeral service was
held in St. John's Freewill
Baptist Church Oct. 19 with
the Rev.Jeep Sullivan offi-
ciating. Interment followed
in the church cemetery in
Bonifay with Sims ]Flmeral
Home, Bonifay directing.


daughters, Toni Dean
and Harley Dean, both
of Caney, Kan. and Ariel
Haligan, of Texas; two
sons, Lee Walter Bodine
and Ethan Halligan, of
Texas.
M~emorialization was
by ci-emation with Sims
Fumeral Home, of Bonifay
in charge of arrange-
ments.


Christy Lorraine
Dodge, 41, of Dothan,
Ala., formerly of Bonifay,
died Oct. 17, 2009, at
Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Center in
'Bonifay. She was the
daughter of the late
Alvin Dodge.~
She is survived by her
mother, Lorraine Kend-
rick, of Caney, Kan.; three


Eules Alan Pettis, 56,
of Southport, died Oct. 16,
2009, at his home. U. S. .
Army and was retired from
the U. S. Postal System.
He was the son of the late
Eules Pettis and Mary
Magdalene (Weeks) Pettis.
He is survived by his
wife, Mary Pettis, of Pan-
-ama City; daughter, Angel
Pettis, of Bonifay; son,


James William "Bily"
Foster, 63, of Casselberry
died Oct. 16, 2009, after bat-
tling cancer. He was born
in Rushville, Ind., but spent
most of his time in the Or-
lando area. He was an avid
hunter and a frequent visi-
tor to the Chipley area.
His parents, Jamies W
and Vera Foster, and a sis-
ter, Nancy Kish, preceded


sisters, Jessie Mae Owens
and Odis Newsom, both of ~
Chipley; adaughter-in-law,
Nealoise Ferguson, of Chi-
pley; seven grandchiildren;
and six great-grandchil-
dren.
Flmeral service was
Oct. 18 at Sunny Hils Bap-
tist Chapel wiith the Revs. '
Edward Holeman and Tr~oy
Lee Walsingham officiat- .
inig: Interment followed
in Fergttsori Cemetery.
Friends and family may ,
sign the online register at .
wwwv.brownfhr.net.


Rev. Thomas Ealum, Jr.
of Graceville; three neph-
ews; and 10 great-neph-
eivs arid great-nieces.
Fumeral service was
held Oct. 21 in the Mt.
Olive Assemibly of God
Church with the Revs.
Tommy Moore and Thom-
as Ealum, Jr. officiating.
Additional grave side
services were held at
Beal Memorial Cemetery
in Ft. Walton Beach with
James and Lipford 011-
ne~ral Home of Graceville
directing.


Ibra Bell Ferguson, 85,
of Chipley died Oct. 16,
2009, at her home. A na-
tive and lifelong resident
of Washington County, she '
was a hothiemaker and
member of Sunny Hills
Baptist Chapel.
Her husband, Earnest
B. Ferguson, ard asort,
Earnest B. Ferguson Jr.,
precede her in death.
Survivors include one
son, John Eairl Ferguson
and wife Naomi, of Pen-
sacola; ai daughter, Elaine
Senterfitt, of Chipleiy; two


SE Hartrene Smith, 63,
af Graceville died ~Oct. 18,
2009, at her home. She
was born in Tallaidega,
Ala., and is a former resi-
derit of Ft. Walton Beach,
whr~ere: her parents, the
late Harvie and Frances
Pearline Ward Smith,
founded Siver Sands
Schools. She was a mem-
ber of the first graduating
class and a member of Mit.
Olive Assembly of God.
SSurvivors include
her sister, Eloise Smith
Ealum and husband the


Frankie Elizabeth
Kirkland, 72,` of Bonifay
died Oct. 19, 2009, at her
home. She was born June
30, 1937, in Astatula, to
the late Jesse Edgar and
Helen Dykes Witt. .
In addition to her
parents, her husband,-
Rayford Eugene ~
Kirkland, and one sister, L
Edna Witt, preceded her
in death.
She is survived by
thi'ee sons, Stephen
Kir~kland and wife Billie
Jeaine, Gary M. Kirkland


and wife MJaggie, and
Russell B. Kirkland, all
of Bonifay; one daughter,
Karen E. Kirkland, of
M/elbourne; on'e brother,
David Edgar Witt, of .
Eustis; anid four grand-
children. Services were
held Oct. 22 ait Winterville
Assembly of God Church
with the Revs. Shep Eu-
banks and Jeep Sullivan :
'officiating. Interment
followed in the Steverson
Cemetery with Peel F~u-
neral Home of Bonifay,
directing.


White, Joyce Massaline,
SRobetta Sheffield aqdhus-
band Kenned~y, Eva Roul-
Shac and husband Qualie,
Annie Blaine Peterson,
all of Chipley, Shirley Wil-
liams and husband Glen
of Greenwood; and many
other relatives and friends.
F~metal service was
conducted' Oct. 20 at the
Jerusalem Baptist Chiurch
with ~the Revs. Bily Wilson,
Price Wilson and Cleve
Wedderburn officiating.
Interment followed in the
Northside Cemetery in Chi-
pley with Cooper Irlmeral
Home of Chipley directing.


Shirley V: Potter, 61, of
De~Flmiak Springs died .
Oct. 13, 2000, at Health-
mark.Regional Mledi-
cal Center in DeFmiak
Springs. She was a native
of Walton Couqty and of
the Holiness faith.
Survivors include her
children, Sam Jories and
Sheila Jones, both of D~e-
Fliniak Springs; six sisters, ~
Evelyn Fahie and husband
Raymond, Janice Potter,
Sheila: Oliva, M~ona Potter,
all of DeFuniak Springs,
.Angelia Jackrson and hus-
band Chester, of Ponce de
Leozi, and Connie Potter,


of West Palm Beach; three
brothers, Junmle Potter,
Robert Potter and wife
Angelina, all of DeFlamak
Springs, and Ronnie Pot-
ter and wife Carolynl, of
West Palm Beach and
many other friends and
relatives.
I01meral services were :
conducted Oct. 17 at New
Deliveranbce Pentecostal
Holiness Church ~with Pas-
tor Angelia Jackson offici-
ating. Interment followed
in Magnolia Cenietery mn
De~lmiak Springs with
Cooper Fumeral Home of
Chipley directing.


and Patty Booth and hus-
band Mairk of'Atmore; two
brothers, Robjert and .Kent
Ramnsey; seven Sisters,
Inez Pelham, EdnaAllen, :
Bettyl Tootle, Ann Jenkins,
Judy Kelly, Rebecca Har-
rison and Helen Ramsey;
one ihanddaughter; and
one gr~eat-grandson,
Flmneral sei-vice wuas
conducted Oct. 20 in the
funeral home~ chapel. with
the Rev. Ohester Padgett
officiating. Interment fol--
lowed in the Collins M~~ill
C emetery with James and
Lipfor'd Ilmeral Home dii-
rcecting. ~


Katie Mae Sharp Dixon,
63, of Chipl'ey died at her
Some on Oct. 14, 2009. She
was a native and lifelong
resident of Washington :
`County and of the Holiiless
faith.
Survivors include five
children: Lesia Campbell
and husband Benson, of
Deftmniak SpringS, Christa
White, ofChipley, Willie
Sharp, Tony Dixon, and
Rbbin Dixon and wife
Dorothy, of Panama City;
Eight brothers and sisters
Raymond Sharp and wife
Mary of Brentwood, New
York, Alvin -Sharp, Ola Mae


Mary Lou Ramsey
Schofield, 78, of Atmore, ,
Ala. died Oct. 18, 2(09, `at
the Atmore Nursing Cen-
ter. A native of Jackson
County, she was a resident
of Chipley. Due to ill health
,spent the last years close
to her daughter in Atmore.
Her parents, ~Walter
M. and Charity Barner
Ramsey, preceded heroin
death.
Survivors include her '
husjbarid, Hendon "Mr. -
Pat" Schofield, of Claipley;
three daughters, Charity
Kuntz and iV~ary Kathleen
Sch~ofield, both of Chip~ley


two brothers, Robert Hayrwood and wife
Nancy Martin, Orlando, James C. and
wife Linda Martin, Bonifay; eight grand-
childf'en; seven greatt-grandchildren; and
several nieces, nephews and other family
and friends.
Rm~eral service was Oct. 21 in the fu-
neral home chapel wiith the Rev. Tommny
:Mooike officiating. Burial followed in the
New Zion Baptist Church Cemetery with
Sorrells Flmneral Home of Geneva direct-
ing.
Condolences may be expressed at


foridville; a stepson, Ryan
Kimnberl; and two sisters,
Angela Slay, of Ponce De
~Leon, and Amy Huggins, of
Caryville.
llmeral service was
held in Oak Grove Bap-
tistChurch in P~once de
Leonf Oct. 19 with the Rev
Larry McGowa officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the church cemetery with
Sims Fluieral Home, B~ni-
fay directing.


Mcerle Martin Sanders, 77, of Bonifay .
died Oct. 18, 2009. She was born Sept. 2,
1932, in Holmes County to the late Esker
Haywood and Alice? Melethia HalllMartin.
She'was a devoted member of New Zion
Bapitist Church for a number of years.
Isl addition to her parents, one son, Mi-
chael J. Sanders, preceded her in death.
Survivors include her husband of '
59 years, the Rev James E. Saniders;
two sons, David W .and wife Tina Sand-
ers, Haywood and wife Debra Sanders;
daughter-in-law, Kathy Sanders; one sis-
ter, MildredITreafdwell, all of Bonifay,~ Fla.;


.Leslie Slay, Jr., 35, of
Crawfordville died Oct. ~
S14, 2009, at-Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital iri Tal
lahassee. He was the son
of the late Le~slie Slay.
A brother, Robert Slay,


also preceded him in
death.
He is survived byhis
mothere, Mary Eddy, and
stepfather, David Eddy, of
Lesle n G ~race Sla.\\ of C~iaw- auhtr


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Wednesday, October 28, 2009


Obituaries


Stephen Hil, 46, of
Ponce de Leon died on
Oct. 12, 2009, at his home.
He was a native and life-
long resident of Walton
County and of the Baptist
faith,
Survivors include his
wife, Sonji Hill, of Ponce
de; Leon, and son, Bran-
dyn; his parents, Alneta
.and Hermese Randolph,
of DeFlmniak Springs; a
sister, Mary Randolph;
a brother, Arson La'Zell
Randolph and wife Nicole,


and Christopher Mills, of
Tallahassee; four sisters,
Sandra Miller, of Bonifay,
and Tina Gale, both of
Bonifay, Nickie Gale, of Ft.
Lauderdale, and Lora Hof-
mann, of Ohio; and several
nieces and nephews. .
Memorial services
were held Oct 25 at the
family residence.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Sims
Flmeral Home of Bonifay
in charge of arrange-
ments.


Michael Gale, 55, of
Bonifay died Oct. 22, 2009,
ait his home. He was the .
son of the late Fred Gale.
In additions to his
father, his brother, Fred
Gale III, preceded him in
death.
Survivors include his
mother, Joan Thompson,
of Bonifay; two daughters,
Susan (Gale) Lain and
Sara (Gale) Lain, both of
Ohio; three sons, Mlichael
Gale, of Fort Lauderdale,
Hunter Gale, of Florida,


Juozas "Joseph" Baguz-
iS, 91, of Sunny Hills, Oct.
16, 2009, at his residence.
He was born May 2, 1918, to
Ig~nis and Mlarcela Baguzis.
He was a master craftsman
for General Motors for 33
years and a member of St.
Theresa Catholic Church in
Sunny Hills.
Survivors include his
wife of 47 years, Aldona Ba-
guzis, of Sunny Hills; a son,
Stanley Baguzis and wife '
Kris of Chesterfield Town-
ship, MVich.; a daughter,


Donna Baguzis, of Chipley;
a brother, Floyd Baguzis
and wife Ellen, of Brooks-
ville; his sister, Verute, of
Lithuania; and six grand-
children.
Fltmeral services were
held Oct. 20 at St. Theresa .
Catholic Church with the
Msgr. Francis Szczykuto-
wicz officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Calvrsy Cemetery
with Obert Flmeral Home
of Chipley in charge of ar-
rangements.


all of De~ilmiak Springs;
father and mother-in-law,
Jr. Bishop John O. Brown
and Missionary Gloria
Brown, both of Vernon;
and many other relatives
and friends.
Flmeral service
was conducted Oct. 18
at Macedonia Baptist
Church Argyle with the
Rev. Willie E. Brown offici-
ating. Interment followed
in Pleasant Grove Cem-
etery with Cooper flm~eral
Home of Chipiley directing.


Alma Kelley Hall, of De-
Flmiak Springs died Oct. 21,
2009.. She was born in Ellen-
ton, Fla., to Jesse and Leila
Kelley and was Baptist
by faith and a member of
Friendship Baptist Church.
Her parents and her hus-
band, U.D. Hall, preceded
her in death.
Survivors include her
daughter, Carolyn Seales
and husband Aubrey; a
brother, Wallace Kelley and
wife Myrna; two grand-
children; four great-grand-
children; four great-great-


Zella Tiller, 91 of Chi-
pley,~ died Oct. 19, 2009, at
her home.
A native and lifelong
resident of Washington
County, she was a home-
maker and member of
Wausau First United
Methodist Church.
Survivors include .
three sons, Zebedee and
wifee Laura Faye Tiller,
of Wausau, Darius and
wife' Elaine Tiller, of ~
Bonifay, and Noel Tiller,,
of Chipley; one daughter,
~Loretta and husband


George Cook, of Chipley;
10 grandchildren; nine
great-grandchildren; and
six great-great-grandchil-
dren.
Flmeral services
were held Oct. 22 in the ,
Wausau First United
Methodist Church with :
the Revs. Troy Lee Wals-
ingham and Dalton Ott
officiating. Iriterment fol-
lowed in Moss Hill
Cemetery. Friends and
family may sign the ,
online register at www.
brownfh.net.


Jean Sagan Lach, 91,.of
De~tmniak Springs died Oct.
21, 2009. She was born June
10, 1918, in Garfield, N.J., to
George and Eva Bednasr.
She moved to the United
States in 1938 from Kamen,
Poland. She and her hus-
band moved to DeFtmiak
Springs in 1970 from Miami.
She was homemaker of
.many: talentS and Catholic
by faith.
She was preceded in
death by her parenti and
husband, Andrew Lach.
Survivors include her


children, Susan M~esser and
husband Johnny, of Denkl-
niak Spjrings, and Andrew
Lach, Jr., of Seattle, Wash.;
three grandchildren; and
five great-grandchildren.
Flmneral services were
held Oct. 24 in the funeral
home chapel, with Father
Richard Dawson officiating.
Interment followed in Mag-
nolia Cemetery with Clary-
Glenn Ph~neral Homne in De-
Flmniak Springs, directing.
Offer condolences and
sign guest book at www.
clary-glenn.com.


grandchildren; and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
Flmeral services were
conducted Oct. 24 at Friend-
ship Baptist Church; 2415
County Road 1883, DeFhI-
niak Springs withreulogy
by'Ibm Seales and the Rev.
Johnmark Brown offciat-
ing. Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
Clary-Glenn Ftmneral Home
in Deflmiak Springs, direct-
ing.
Offer condolences and
sign guest book at www.
clary-glenn.com.


Essie MIae Simmons,
85, of Bonifay died Oct.
20, 2009, agt her home. She
Swas born Sept. 2, 1924,
in Bonifay to the late Joe
and Mary Jane Harrison
Tr'Iuett. .
In addition to her par-
ents, she is preceded in
death liy her husband,
Loyd Rufus Simmons; one
son, Ernest Wayne Sim-
mons; son-in-law, Tommy
~Ray McDonald; four broth-
ers, MI.L. Tr~uett, Arlo
STruett, Ellis Truett, and
SChar~les Truett; and one
sister, Ethel Truett, Fisher.
She is survived by .
two sons, ILoyd Harwo~od
Simmons, of Bonifay, and


IDelton Delmore Wile-
man,~ 86, of Bonifay died .
Oct. 22, 2009, at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay
lie was born June 11,
1923, in Mifflintown, Pa.,
Sto the late Dervin Craw-
ford and Bessie Rebecca
Wileman. -
In addition to his par-
ents, one son, Clay Lobuis
Wileman; one brother,
Darlin Wileman; and five
sisters, Eva Riitzman, .
Thelma IYeager, Isdore
SMcNamar, Romona Leis-
ter, and Joy Myers, pre-
Scede him in death. -
He is survived by his
wife, Violet Burkepile
Wileman, of Bonifay;
.three sons, Dale Wileman
and wife Thelma, of Boni-
fay, Roy Wleman and wife


Raiinunda, of Houston,
Texas, Ira Wileman and
wife Virginia, of Ocoee;
four daughters, Ellen Pol-
lock and husband Jim,
and Diane Bruner, all
ofPonce de Leon, Flo-
rie Smith anid husband
Kermit, of Gr'and Ridge,
and Rita Pickard, of Boni-
fay; one sister, Naoma
Trout, of Lancaster, Pa;
22 grandchildren; and 11
great-grandchildren. .
Flm~eral service was
Oct. 24 at Northside As-
sembly of God Church
with the Revs. George
Stafford and Edwin Bell
officiating. Interment
followed in the Live Oak
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery with Peel Fla-
neral Home of Bonifay
Directing.


Carolyn Rebecca Rouse
Whitehurst, 75, of Defit-
niak Springs, died Oct. 21, '
2009. She was born May
22, 1934, in IVount Holley,
N.J., to James Leon and
Rebecca Fox Rouse. She
was formerly of Avon Park.
After graduating from Fort
Pierce High School, she
married her husband of
54 years, James Edward
Whitehurst, became an
Army wife and traveled
all over the world. In her
spare time, she loved to
paint, do home projects
and work in her yard.
In addition to her father
and her husband, a Sister,
Bessie Jean Johnsori, and
a granddaughter, Heather
Marie Simpko, preceded
her in death,
Survivors include her


mother, Rebecca Falvin
Fox Rouse, of DeFtmiak
Springs; a brother, James
Leon Rouse, Jr., of Fort
Pierce; daughter, Debbie
Simpko and husband Gary,
of Streator, Ill.; sons, Eddie
Whitehurst and wife Bar-
bie, Jeff Whitehu~rst and
wife Denise, all of Bonifay,
and Will Whitehuirst and
wife M~aria, of Delhniak
Springs; 14 grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchil-
dren. .
Flmeral services .were
held Oct. 25 in the funeral
home chapel with the Rev.
Barrett Glover officiating
and Jerry Evans ]Flmeral .
Home in charge of ar-
rangements. Offer condo-
lerices and-sign the guest
book at jerryevansfuneral-
home.com. .


Beryle Anthony Simmons
and wife, Lourdes, of
Riverview; two daugh-
ters, Vivian McDonald, of
Chipley, and June Garcia
and husband Jorge, of
Marianna; two brothers,
Archie Truett and wife .
Grace, of Bonifay, and Wil-
liam Truett, of Orlando;
nine grandchildren; and 12
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services
were held Oct. 22. at Boni-
fay City Cemetery with!
Peel FLmneral Home of
Bonifay directing. MVemo-
rial, contributions may be
given to Covenant Hospice,
4440 Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna, FL, 32446,


Ronald "Ronnie" Rushing, 67, died Oct.
16, 2009. He wa~s born Dec. 20, 1941, in De-
Fulmiak Springs to Louie and Eloise Brackin
Rushing. He was a resident of Theodore,
Ala., moving frori Walton County. He was
Presbyterian by faith. He graduated from
Walton High School in 1960, Phnsacola Ju-
nior College and University of West Florida
in' 1969, with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
He was a veteran of the Vietnam Era; he
served his country in the United States
Najvy with more than seven years of service
as a Marine Electrician..He. retired' from
Northr~op-Grumman after 18 years also
working as a Marind' Electrician.- He en-
~Joyed bowling and being with his family.
He was preceded in death bay his father,
Louie'Rushing.
SSurvivors include his mother: Itloise
Rusliing, of Theodore, Ala.; his wife of 15
years, Terri Rushing, of Theodore; one


daughter, Stephanie Bowin and husband
John, of Biloxi, Miss.; one son, Kevin Rod-
Sdenberry and wife Lorie, of Folkston, Ga.;.
two stepdairghters, Brigette Murphy and
husband Jeremy, Brandi Schmitt and hus-
band Warren, and a stepson, Brent Noel .
and wife Michelle, all of New Orleans, La;
one sister, Sue Ellis and husband Ju~nior of
Trenton, Mo.; aind eight grandchidreni.
Phnleral services were conducted Oct.'
20 in the funeral home chapel with the~ Rev.
SRichard Murray officiating. Burial followed-
in the 1Magnolia Cemetery, with military
honors and Clary-Glenn flmeral Home di-
recting. Memorial donations may be mnade
to The Myelodysplastic Syndrome Fbunda-
tion, wwv3tmds-foundation.drg, 1-800-MDS-
S0839, The MDS Foundation, E~O. Box 353,
SCrosswicks, NJ, 011515. Offer~condolen~ed
and sign guest book, at www.olary-glenn.
com.


DavJid John Smith, 47, of Panaina City ;
diedi Oct. 21. 2009O(. at his home. He was born
April 6, 1962, in Valparaiso.
He is preceded in death by his father;
Winford Mjalone Smith. ...
Survivors include his mother, Grace Ann
Sullivcan Smith, of Tiernon; brother, Thomas
Malone Smith and wife Mary, of Canaida;


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Stephen Hill


Michael Gale


Joozas Baguzis


Alma K. Hall


Zella Tiller


Jean S. Lach'


Delton D. Wileman


SCalrolyn R. Whitehurst


Essie M. Simmons


Ronaild Rushing


David 1.5Smith


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Twen y-six days and counting...


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Section


Promise. Satan is really
upset that this was even
thought of. I believe it
reminded him of his future
and he is kicking and
screaming in the lives
.of this congregation so
that we are distracted
and forget the covenant.
He wants us to think that
living our faith as if Jesus
were comih~g soon is only
some sort of gimmick and
that we really have much
more time to complete
our "business" here on
earth. Jeremiah 7:8 says
"Behold, yodu trust in lying
words that cannot profit."
Satan is the author
of lies, confusion and
distractions. I know that
God eventually wins
the battle and that if wie
remain faithful, we too will
reap great rewards with a
future where thed streets
are paved with gold.
We cannot listen to the
lying words of Satan any
longer. We do not have any
guarantee that Jesus isn't
coming even sooner than
26 days. I issue a challenge
to all congregations to live
out your faith as if Jesus
was coming back in thirty;
days. You wril quickly
see what programs and
ministries are important
and that have an eternal
impact on the Kingdomr.
It will~challenge aind bless
you if you can accept this
test of faith.
Brought to you by
Charles R. Newman,
pastor ofEast Mt. Zionz
United Methodist Church.
East Mt. Zion UMC, 1590
Hwy 173 four miles south
of Poplar-Spri~ngs School.
Pastor Newman, can be
contacted at 263-4610.


Charles R. Newman
Special to the Holmes County
Times-Advertiser/
The Washington County News

Today, I changed the
sign out in front of our
church to read the title
of this message: "Twenty
six days and counting."
"Counting to what?" you
might ask. Given the time
of the year, some have
speculated that that's
wh~en Thanksgivring comes.
The date in 26 days wvill be
SNov. 17. Thanksgiving will
stBl be~ another week away
so that's not it.
On Sunday, Oct.
S18 the majority of the ~
congregation at East Mt.
.Zion UMC made a thirty ~
day covenant. So as of
today, there are 26 days
Sleft before the end of the
covenant. This agreement
came fropn scriptures
. from Jeremiah 7:8-10. The
prophet had been told by
God to speak these words
to the "church" of his day.
The books ~of the
Slaw had recently been
Rediscovered and all the -
people were really excited
and so they were coming
to the temple to worship l
SWhen they left the temple,
they quickly forgot God's
law;Speaking through the
prophet Jeremiah, God
Tells the people that you '
have committed a laundry ~
list of sinis and come iiito
churdi saying that ''We are
delivered to do all these
abominations" (v. 10).
God's judgment was
soon to fall upon the
.people' of Israel. Had they
known that this judcgment
wias quickly approaching,1
wonder: if they would have


changed their ways. I hear
the news reports in our
media these days and it is .
alarming in so many ways.
Just today the body of p
seven-year-old girl was .
found dumped in a landfill
in Georgia. That precious
little life was discarded
like a piece of household
trash. So how is it that we
as Christians can sit in our
comfortable pews, sing ourt
wonderful hymns and eat
our potluck dinners then
leave church smiling as if
nothiing was wi-ong in the.
world?


No one 1mows the day
or hour that Jesus wiill
be making his return trip
to our planet (1Matthew
24:36). However we
do know the signs and
prophecies that indicate 3
when he will return.
Modern day Israel was
reborn in 1948. That was
the last part of Biblical
prophecy that remained
before Jesus could literally
return to earth. So when is
,he (Jesus) returning? No
one on earth knows, only
God himself.
If a congregation of


believers were to act out
their faith as if Jesus was
coming in thirty days, *
how would the community
around them be affected?
That's where the "26 days
and counting..." comes
in. The covenant: that was
made last Sunday was 'that
we as a congregation of
believers were to act out
our faith as if Jesus was
returning in thirty days.
Suddenly the priorities
that were important
become ~lets relevant
in the light of t'he dawn
of eternity. Work takes


second place to spending
time with family and loved
ones. Lost souls come
to mind when we realize
that without saving grace
through Christ they are
lost forever. Everything
that we can see and touch
will one day~ become
dust at the end of God's
judgment so why is it
that we work so hard at
protecting, preserving and
getting more "stuff?" .
Four days into the
covenant reveals to me
that it is nearly impossible
to really live~ out this


GRACEVILLE Over four
huindred people lined up
outside .the Assenibly
Center ;at The Baptist
College of Florida (BCF),
in Graceville on Oct.,I' as
onitem~pojrary Christian
artists, Ruilding 429, Todd
Agnew, and riew .female
vocalists Kimber Rising
brought "The Promise Re-
.mains..Tour" to Graceville
for a night of musical wor-
ship.
Thie concert was part
of "The Promiise Remains
Tour,"' consisting of wor-
ship performances .~all
across the elation. The tour
'focused on' questions that
individuals have about
God,~ and included a mes-
sage from Todd Agnew
reminding the audiences
that no ~matter what the
Circumstance, God will al-
ways remain with' us.
F or more information

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Visit the Web site at \vww.
baptistcollege.edu.


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after services. Call i the
Rev. Price Wilson for more
information.

Fa0l FOStiV0|
First Baptis't Church
Sunny Hills will host its
ann 1l Fall Festival, Oct.
3i from 5-7 p.m.. at 1886
Sunny Hills Blvd. Every-
one invi dd toaenjoy fea

dunk tank and bounce
house. Sign up to win door
prizesi uon e meanena'"
573-5050.

House of Grace

House of Grace Min-
istries helps men coming
out of the local jails who


have no where to go. They
need donations of all types
and volunteers to help re-
model a mobile home for
men in Bonifay. The Min-
iktry helps encourage and
enable these men to get .
on their feet during this ,
critical time of transition
through assistance with
1h basiop nedofe foob
employment and life skills
tral et Robert Smith
at 373-8256 for more in-
Sformation. Donations can
be made at any Wachovia ~
Bank location.

Otter Creek
Metolidist Revival
SRevival Services will


staf~t at Otter Creek Meth-
odist Sunday, Nov. 1 at
6 p~m., and Monday thru
Thursday at 7 p.m. Chris
Carroll is the special
speaker. The church is
four miles north of Ponce
de Leon off Hwy. 81.

PGHCali 0Gd
SOUSage SUpper
Noma Baptist Church
wil host a pancake and
sausoage:s~up rt an Nov
Plates are $5 each, dine-in
or carry out. Tickets are
available from the church
or at the door. Proceeds
go to the church building
fund. Call 263-7444 for
more information or to
purchase a ticket.


Chicken Purleu tilmO
BETHLEHEM Old-time
Chicken Purleu will be
served 4-8 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 5, Git: armel Assem-
bly~~~~~ o o H 10
betweentHwy 79 and Hwy

"Thi 1 yo a a
meal is $6 eru cersoea,
Pastor Thompas Ip Moore

e Th re 'll be lots of fel-
lowship Iwith friends and
neighbors, as well~as good
gospel mdsic. The Purleu
is available for those who
hkn aodmne- or take


VienRO B0yS Ch101[
The Vienna Boys Choir
will be in concert at Gulf


Beach Presbyterian
Church on Feb;. 16, 2010.
A dedsert reception fea-
turing ~Chef Imoridi and
artist, Lisa Adessi will dis-
play her Italian oil mas-
terpieces in the gallery.
Seating is limited.
Tickets are available
now. For more informa-
5ion,23caHl Llarry. Tyson at

U0100 Hill
Bnptist Sing
Straight and Narrow
Gospel group will be at
Union Hill Baptist, -Hwy.
177, in the Bethlehem
community on Oct. 30 at
6:30 p.m. Refreshments
will be served after the
sing.


FAI,


The Promise Remains tour a success


'HOMECOMING


'Stepping Out

'Ihe First .Fre~e~l
Baptist Church of Bonifay
will host Stepping Out on
Faith in a gospel sing on
Nov. 7, starting at 6 p.m.
Refreshments will follow
the sing. The church is
ondthe aohrnea of Kansa
Bonifay.

World Day of Prayer
Jerusalem Mission-
ary Baptist church, 624
Bennett Drive in Chipley
will observe World Day of
Prayer on 'llesday, Nov.
3. All area churches are
invited to participate. Re-
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A good example is not to be copied, but tobe emulated.We
Should try to equal or surpass the spirit of the~ virtlious rather
than being eager to siimplyi imitate their every deed.Hagiog-
rapjhy, the writing or sturdy of the lives of the saints, can be
extremelj effective as a spiritual.
exercise because of its power to mo-
tivate us to emulate these devout
and virtuous soult. But we should
not try to copy their lives or imitate
their actions with wooden literalism.
Although Inany of the saints lived ex- ` ./C
emplary lives in many respects, they -
were stillifar frgrti perfect. Some of
them abused their bodies mercilessly;
othetis neglected their familial duties
while devoting themselves to God
The faults of great men and women
can easily become stumbling blocks
to others, because we tend to cast a
"halo"around great people,thihking that everything they clo is
sorpehow imbued with their greatness, Pepple in positions of
power, eminence or even ~jut great influence should be careful
in this regard because their less-than;-exemplary actions might
easily become stumbling block toothers, or evertworse a
source of imitation. Emulate the pious and the virtuous, but
don't imitate them uncritically,for suie'ly they tob have their
faultS.

SThen law~s po more passfudgementon one another, but
Rather decide never to put a stumbling block or hindrance in
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minds may be corrupted
from the simplicity that is
in Christ," 2 Corinthians
11:2-3 (NKJV). The only
way that Satan is able
to gain power over us is
through his trickery in
which we allow him to get
to us through the lust of
the flesh and he gains his
entrance through our ears
and eyes, 2 Corinthianis
10:3-5. The primary
weapon used to combat
Satan's attack is the Word
of God, Eph~esians 6:17;
Hebrews 4:12. In other
~words, constant personal
absorption~ of Bible truth
provides the veiy best
ammunition against the
onslailght of the enemy.
Though Satan, my
opponent, does not want
it known, he is doomed,-
Revelations'20:10, and
until-that daiy I don't .
want to give the devil any
victories, so I will stay .
in the Bible and on my
knees on a daily basis. I
will continue to consider
the things that I let enter -
my mind, through my ears
and my eyes. No where in
the scripture does it say


things are easy after you
begin to follow Christ, but
it does say that you gain
an adversary an enemy
that is out to destroy you.
But He also reminds us .
that our captain is more
powerful, and will win. So
to help others I must state
which side I am on by my
daily walk. Which side
does those who lmow you,
think you are on; by your
life you walk and talk?
Satan will trick you into
being foolish with your
life, but Christ offers you
the ultimate treat, eternal
life. Remember, we are
more than conquerors.
through Christ.

This message has
been brought to you From
the Heart of Tm Hall,
Senior Pastor, Gully
Springs Baptist Church,
and author of "Church
.Go To Hell! Please?" RO.
Bosc 745, 2824 Highway
90 West Boni~fay, Florida
32425. Located, three
miles west of the light at
Highway 79, 850-547-3920,
E-mail: timhall~ 2000@
yahoo.cpmi


attend a worship service
that celebrates the life of
Christ, which was given
so that all could know
that there is deliverance
fr~om the power of Satari
arid his evil control?
The real question is, as
these children get older
and began to lust after
that which is evil, when
will the parents and the.
church began to cry out,
"where did we go wrong?"
Which brings an old fable
into the light, "if you play
with fire, sooner or later,
you will get burned.'
SSatan employs
deception or trickery to
accomplish his plani to
destroy you and youir
family every minute of
everyday. Webster defines
"[trick" as "!a procedure
.or practice meant to
deceive or defraud, a
deceptive or ingenious
feat designed to puzzle or
amuse, an optical ilhision,
an attempt to in3islead by
false impression." God,
warns us inl Ephesians
41:14 "that we should no
longer be children, tossed
to and fro and carried


about with every wind of
Doctrine, by the trickery
of men, in the cunning
craftiness of deceitful
plotting," (NKJV). And -
SHe tells us how we can
Withstand these attacks
in Ephesians 6:10-14,
as He says "Finally, my
brethren, be strong in
the Lord and in :

might. Put onthe
wo am ot pw o iGod, that you may -
be able to stand '
against the wiles
of the devil. For ~.
we do not wrestle FROi
Against flesh and. H
blood, but against
principalities, Ti
against powers, .'
Against the rtilers of
the darkness of this
:age, against Bpiritual
hosts of wickedness ih
the heavenly places.
. Therefore take up the
whole armor of God,
,that you may be able to
withstand in the evil day,
and having done all, to
stand." 2 Corinthians 2I111
tells us that we are not
Sto be ignorant of Satan's


devices and when we
begin to understand his
devices we will begin to
understand~that his goal
is to attack our mind,
the source of reason and
understanding.
The scripture tells us
that Satan has blinded the
mind of the unbeliever,
"But if our gospel
be hid, it is hid to
them that are lost:
In whom the god
"( of this world hath
blinded the minds
-of them which,


THE light of the glorious
gospel of Christ,
who is the image
of God, should
hine unto them,"
2 Corinthians 4:3-4 (KJV).
`Satan also. desires to lead
astray the mind of the
ChriStian, as God tells us
"For I am jealous for you
with'godly jealousy; For
I have betrothed you to
6ine husband, that I may _
.present you as a chaste
virgin to Christ. But I
fear, lest somehow, as the
serpent: deceived Eve by `
his craftiness, so your,. .


Personally, I have a
hard time understanding
how that the majority of
Americans who claim ~
to be Christians find so
many excuses for not
attending or supporting. ~
a local Christian church,
or taking their children ~
to church to teach them
about Christ, will not
fail to sit down with
their children and watch
movies, and encotirage
them to read books which
glorify Satan, demons
and witchcraft. They
will almost force their ~
children to drekss up on
Halloween to *'Trick or
Treat" their neighbors
Sand friends so, everyone
can tell them how cute
and evil they look.
I guess the question
that. I am asking is, as
bIusinesses and churches -
open their doors~in
support of this satanic
holidaythis Saturday,
as parents parade their
Schildr~en in celebration of
the existence of Satan and
evil, how many of those
parents will get up early '
on Sunday morning and


van shared from his
heart thie missing
ingredient today. in
ministry, "A~Passion
for Jesus."
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Instion on up com-
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ers call 1-800-3`28-
2660 .ext. 446 or visit
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GRACEVILLE Stu-
dents atThe Baptist
COllege Of ~Florida
(807) Were com-
pletely mesmerized
as the executive di-
rOctOr-treasurer of
the Florida Baptist
Convention, John
.Sullivan, began -to
recitefrmme mory
I john 3:1-8. Sulli-


Afrcan Methodlis Ejpiscopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin
Luther Kirig, Chipley~ Pastor is the Rev
Larry Brown.
Neivr Bethel AME: U.S. 90 in Bonifa .
Pastor is Alice Hennessey. .
St: John AME: 38?16 Clemmons Road
at ni' jms Fi-, .. Ir., k- Le:n
Singleton. .
St. Jqseph AME: 1401 Monroe
Sheffield Road, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev
Roy Hudson.
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson

Pastor is the Rev. Leon Sihgleton.
Assembly of God .
Bonifay First Assembly: 1()09 S.
Waukesha St. Pastor is John Chance.
SCarmet Assembly of God. County
160 in the Bethlehem Community. Pastor `
is Tommy Moore.
Cords of Love Assembly of God: 2060

Ebro Assembly of God: State 79
Sout tA reml of Gd.nderwood
Road behind Poplhr Spring~s 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
Jackspn.
Lighth .:...:. ? i.7mtil. f GOd; 1"019C.
School 10 a.m., Suhday services 11 a.m.

Presley
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
~Highway 173, six miles north' ofsBonifay
Pastor is th8 Rev. BeriPeters.
~Live Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Highway 177-A north of Bonifay. Pastor is
Danny Carniey.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Highway
179-A off Highway 2. Pastor Thomas
Ealtim Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God: `
Highway 17~9-A, eight miles north df
Westville. Pastor is the, Rev. Clyde Slnith



Nv Life Fellowshiip As'sembly of
God: 695 Fifth' St p.hipley Pastor Mince
Spencer ~
New Sriyrna As'sembly of God,
.Adolph Whitaker Road six miles nbrth of
Bonifay. The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor.
Ndma Assembly ofGod: 1062 Tindel
St., Noma. Pastor is Jerry Leisz.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N. Rangeline St., across from.,
Elonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:

Vernon Assembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall. ,
Wausau Assembly of God: Highway
77. Pastor is Danny Bures.
Westville Assembly of Gqd: Highway
181 Ndrth. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor. Mitch
Johnson.
Baptist
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon. .
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hills
Road in Chipley. Pastor is Jesse Bowen
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of
Bonifay on Highway 79. Pastor is Ed
Barley
Bethlehem Baptist: Highway 177
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
half-rnile off Highway 81. Pastor is David
Hidle. .
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corner
where I-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 Otrr
Chipley First Free Will Baptist:
1387 South Blvdl. Pastor is Ben Hull.
East Pittman.Freewill Baptist: half-mile
north of Highway 2 on 179. Pastor is
Herman Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Highway 277,
Vernon.


Grace Lutherah: Highway 90 Eaist
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry Conley
Gatholic '
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Highway
177-A in Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Highway 77 South, Chipley.
St. ThleresaCatholic Churchi Sunny
1-ills Boulevard, Chiplisy.
Church of Christ
Chipley C na..:r .:.r I; r..il I:;i =5
BrickyardRose ..vI ~~li a .-man y. .
Esto Church of Christ: 1247 Nn
Highway 79.
Church o Gjod.
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey
Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T Powell.
STabernacle 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

Church of God in ProphecL .
Bayview Church of God Prophecy:
1097 New Bayview Church Rd. Bonifay
Pastor Hlerbert Foskey
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386 W
Jackson Ave., Chipjley. Pastor is Ernest
Dupree.
Eljiscopal
St Matthew'sEpiscop~al: Highway 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.. :
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eght miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179.
Pastors are the Rev: Norman and Judy
Harris. .
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin
Road, Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608 W Eighth
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Ftilton.
Jehovah'sWitesses

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Highway 90, Bpnifay.
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama-City.
Islam
Mostu oaty ilable in Blountstow~n.
Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chiphey. Pastor
is Ellder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor
is Evangelist B. Snipes.
First United Pentecostal: 1816
Hl!,.r.: j, .=~ w, Chiplely. Pastor is James
Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100
Highway 90 West, Westvilie. Pastor Jason
Campbell.
Open Pind United Pentecostal: 1885
SHighway 179-A, Westville. Pastor is Ray :
Connell.
STrinity Fientecostal Tabernacle:
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Willoughby .
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock C~ircle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis
D. Brown.
Turning Point First United Pentecostal: '
Highway 90 West, Chipley. Pastor is
James CE~udle.
Watisau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201 1
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Banwick.
SSeventh Day Adventist <
Bonifay Severith Day Adventist: 604.
Mathusek St. Paintor is Jeff Westberg.
Methodist -
Bethlehem United Methodist: Highway
177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: Oklahoma
Street.
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
miles west of Miller s Crossroads on
Highway 2. Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist:
1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist:
Highway 173 N., 10 miles fiom Bonifay.
.Lakeview United Methodist: Highway
279 near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive. Pastor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational Methodist:
Just off Highway 2 in Holmes County's
New Hope community. Pastor is the Rev
.Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon. .
Orange Hill United Methodist: Sunday
Road off Orange Hill Road. Pastor is Ron
Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist: North
of Ponce de Leon off Highway 81 (look
for sign).
SPleasant Grove United Methodist:


Esto First Baptist: 10a50 N. Highway
79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
;Wrestville. ..
.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 -
Gritriey Baptist Churrch; 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 Missipnary Baptist:
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson
is pastor.


Sta v wood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road,. Cottondale. Paetor
is Henry Matthews. i
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
I)): I16:*I- 1 Bo I. 105 Chipley. Pastoris
~Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
Highway 2, one mile west of Highway 79
in Esto, Pstor-is Steve Boroughs; 1
New Beginning;Baptist: 1049 Sanders
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Rudpiph
Dickens. .
.NeiW Concord Free ~Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off Highway 177. Pastor
Jambs Carnley
New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 2 and 179A.
New Hdpe Missionary Baptist Church

Newi Orange Baptist: 782 Alford Road
Pastor is Alpus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
;-Prospect Road, Chipley ~Pastor is Kermit
Soileau. .
north of Highivay 2.
Highway 2.


Oakle Ridge Baptist: Corner of
Orange Hill ahld 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 Gaiher.
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
816 Sunday Road, Chipley. Pastor is the
Rev. James Johns. .,
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
1783 Piney Grove Fid south of Chipley., '
Pastor is Tim Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist: ?
1900 Pleasant Hill Road.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Popiar Head Road. Pastor is the .
Rev James Pate.
SPoplar 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. Matthew's Road, Caryville. Pastor is
the Rev. James Johns. .
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville Road (Highway 276) between .
Cottondale and Alford. Pastor is Donnie
Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Highway 77.
Pastor is T. Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A, Bonifay. 547-3517.
Shiloh Ba'ptist: 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 Willis Jr .
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny
.Hills Blvd. Pastornis Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist: Highway 177,
a mile south of Highway 2. Pastor is
Maurice Jenkins. .
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road, .
Hinsons Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey
Martin.
Verrion First Baptist, 2888 Church St.,
Vernon. .
Wausau First Baptist: Highway 77. The
Pastor is Chris Burghoff.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W Indiana
Ave.
Lutheran


2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Crossroads.
Poplar Head United Methodist: 1.5
miles north of 161ighway 2 on Highway 163.
Red Hill ULnited Methodist: State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor is the
Rev. Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Methodist Church;
3540-A Main St., i/ei non; 535-2655{
Pastor Stevd McCoy
Wausau United.Methodist: Highway
77.
Pmesbyterian
Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presb~yterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor~is Kerineth
.Kelley.
Other
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:
u' jal au jrnd a~rn..-,. F.j. E:.. .- Inr Rev
Tedi vi l~angelistic Cairter: Wright's


Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley, Paster is
Isaac Harmoi.
Christian H~ven: Finch Circle, '
Wauseu. Pastor Carlos Rinch.


ti*:.rnia, \yjia e:rn~:F.p .raruj a :.*.."'
Chipley Ward: Bishop Charles Munns
Cprnerstone Fellowshiip of Chipley
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a m: .
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach`:
I:.:,. Cer .:.t ii. -I:o jn1 F jlrll..r.9~ Er jl?:h,

tiagan,
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton Road,
Chipley. Pastor is,Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley. Pastor~is Jloey
Robbinis.
C.-ii -7; C,--.:mrnur, 1, Church:
5 m .s i .. ifor Ir:..3 l1
Macedonia Road. Pastor is James

277 ? jIr .7..1.- i:uir..:1 1 10 I
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock 1-ill
Church Road.
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
Williams. .
GracevilleCommunity: 1005 E. Prim -
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
Pastors Willis And Drucile Hagan.
House of Prayei Worship Center:
763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthohy8.
'McKinnie.
Liberty Church: Creek Road in
Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
Sunday, 2 p~m. Off I highway 279.
New Effort Church: New Effort Church
Road, Bonifay: Pastor is Brent Jones.
New Faith Temple Church of Prayer
F.F.A.R.; 841 Orange Hill Road, Chipley;
638 4982; Pastor Annie Holmes.
.Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays 9t
6 p.m. for Bible study). Pastor is Fred
'King.
Pine Hill Chiurch: 1675 Robins' Bridge
Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pastors: B.T.
Owens and James Bush.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Smith.
Saplj Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Road,
Chipley. Jist 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the Rev. S. J.
Cunningham
Suhny Hills Chapel: 4283 Highway 77.
Pastor is William E. Holman.
Trinity Free Church, Living, Loving
God, old Howell Chevrolet building,
Tuesday and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
each night; Sunday, 2:30-4:30 p.m. T.G.
Hobbs, pastor.
Vernon Evangelistic: Highway 79.
Pastor Keith Mashburn.
White Double Pond: Pastor is Michael
Monk.
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy and
SJeanne Steele.


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MONDAY, NOV. 2
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau
Library, Vernon Library.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes Council ori Ag-
ing provides bingo, exercise, games, activi-
ties: hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington Council on Aging
(in Chipley) senior lunches. For reservations,
call 638-6217; donations accepted.
6 7:30 p.m. Salvation Army Domestic
Violence and Rape Crisis Program (SADVP)
hosting domestic violence support group each
Monday, SADVP Rural Outreach office at 1461
S. Railroad Aire., apartment one, in Chipley.
Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m. Esther Masonic Lodge No. 144,
Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic Church,~
Hwy. 177A, Ronifay'



TUESDAY, NOV. .3
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes County Library
open.
`9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ---r Vernon Library open.
1 6 p.m. Wausau Library open.
S9 a~m. Holmes County School Board,
District Office, Pennsylvania Avenue, Bonifay.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes Council on Ag-
ing provides hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington Council on Aging
(in Chlpley) senior lunches. For reservations,
call 638-6217; donations accepted.
Noon Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, New L~ife Assembly Fellowship, Chi-
pley.
5:3) p.m. -Chipley Downtovin Mer~chants

S9 p~.-GM P ep classes each Tues-
day and Thursday' at Washington-Holmes
Technical Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley. :
7 p.m. Westville City Council meeting,
7 p.m. Esto Town Council meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, First Presbyterian Church, Chipley.
8 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meeting,
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.


Chipley. Children are welcome. 547-3173.
6:30 8 p.m. "Journeys: Finding Your
Way Through Grief" meeting, at Bouifay
Nursing' and Rehab Center.
8 p.m. Narcotics'Anonymous meetiilg,
Blessed Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meeting,
New Hope Volunteer Fire Station, located on
Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.


FRIDAY, OCT. 30
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes County Library
open.
1 6 p~m. Vernon Library open.
9:30 a.m. to 1 p~m. Chipley Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Ho~mes Council on Aging
provides bingo, exercise, games, activities,
hot meals ~and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington Council on Aging :
(in Chipley) senior lunches. For reservations,
call 638-6217; donations accepted. .
3:30 4:30 p.m. Holmes County Tobacco
Prevrention and Education Program at Hol-
mes County Health Department is looking
for individuals to join the Holmes County To-
bacco Free Partnership. Call Kay Warden at
57-8500, ed. 267Sloc~omb VFW dance. Music
Sby the Country Boys. Admission $5; Children
12 and younger free with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50 giveaivays,
Refreshments available.
8 p.m. 'Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, Presbyterian Church, Chipley.


SATURDAY, OCT. 31
.HAPPY HALLOWEEN!:
8 a.m. to noon Holmes County Library

opeLOSED: Wausau Library, Chipley Li-
brary, Vernon L brary.


Bonifay.


SUNDAY, NOV. I
S1 p.m. Abate of Florida, a Motorcyclist
Rights Organization, 2229 Bonifay-Gritney
Road. 850-548-5187.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meeting,


WEDNESDAY, OCT. 28
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmnes County Library
open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Library open.
1 6 p.m. Vernon Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes Council on Ag'
ing provides hot meals and socialization.
10 a.m. to 2 p..m. The Vernon Historical
Society Museum open to the public Wednes-
days, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; meetings fourth
Wednesday of the month, 2 p.m.
11 a.m. Waushington Council on Aging
(in Chipley) senior lunches. For reservations,
call. 638-6217; donations' accepted.
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis Club weekly
meeting held at Simbo's Restaurant in Boni- ~
fay.
-1 p.m. Line dancing, Washington Coun-
eil on Aging in Chipley.
7 p.m. Depression' and Bipolar Support
Group, First Baptist Church educational an-
nex building in Bonifay. 547-4397,
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, Ponce de Leon Methodist Church,
Main Street, Ponce de Leon.


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CLOSED: Vrernon Library.
8 a.m. Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p~m. Chipley Library open.
1 6 p.m. Wausau~ Library open.
7 a.m. Holmes County Chamber of Com-
merce breakfast.: .
10 a.m. to noon Holmes Council on Ag-
Sing provides hot meals and socialization.
10:30 11 a.m. Chipley Library preschool
story time.
11 a.ni. Was~hington Council on Aging
(in Chipley) senior lunches. For reservations,
call 638-6217; donations accepted.
Noon Alcoholies Anonymous open
meeting, -New Llife Assembly Fellowship Haill
C ey
m p.m- Washiington County Commission
6 pm.m TOPS meeting, Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, located three miles north of Bonifay
on Hwy. 79
6 9 p.m. GED Prep classes each ~iles
: day and Thursday at Washington-Holmes
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AlPage 27 of the Public Rec- Public Records of Wash- Sunny. Hills Unit 14, ac- cost estimating, permitting .gFor Sale; baby geese,: Fgreclos'ed Online 3 Family Garage Sale.
Swords of Washington ington County, Florida. cording tothe plat thereof, and construction mani- COLOR SELLS! cikgies&dcs Home Auction 800+ Sat.,Oct. 31st. 2770Jack-
-County, Florida.. Parcel P a r, c e as recorded ih Plat, Book agement. Qualifications for Ge You Clssifie Adnes Cal80-4-12 rCel oe. is Oe snAe,4t tet
, ~ID#:000M0000-01-00f4-00 ID#00000000-09-0555-001 3, Pages 10-25of the Pub- each service must be de-l I n II # 850-415-2998. 11/16, Open House: Waujsau, Winter clothing,
06 0 lic Records of Washington scribed separately. COLORI 11/7, 14 & 15 View Full shoes, winter bed cover-
muc 2. Lot 25, Block 127, 10. Lot 22,. Block 574, County, Florida. Parcel Engineering fees and fees Call now for detalls ; . Listings. & Details ings, furniture, over 500
1100 Legal Advertising Sunny Hills Units 1, ac- Sunny Hills Upit 10, ac- ID#00000000-14-1282-002 associated with the FRDAP and be noticedl .~ Auction.com ,REDC Beany Babies, too much to
1110 Classified Notices cordling tothe plat th ereof cording to the plat thereof, 0. Grant project will be nego- I1 638-0212 IBrltr CQ103118 listI
1120 Public Notices/, as recorded in Plat Book as recorded in Plat Book 18. Lot 6, Block 987, tiated after ranking is com- or Ntowd nii
Annnoundiementi '74, Page 348, of the Public 2, Pages 108-118 of the Sunny Hills: Unit 15, ac- pleted. I 547-9414 INtnwd Olie3 Family Yard Sale. Sat.
1125 Crpools & Records of Wjashington Public Records of Wash- cording to the plat thereof, Respondents are required I. ... ... . .. .I Land Auction 400+ Ot 1t :0mUt
1130 -Ad o amon County, Florida. Parcel ington County, Florida. as recorded in Plat Book to submit an original, and I- - -~ -Props 168 Absolute. All 555. Hw23,st Chipm-tly.
1140 Happ y Ads ID#:00000000-01-0127-00 P a r c e .1I 3, Pages 26-48 of the pub- fie (5) copies in a sealed o a Starting Bids: $100 55 w 71Cily
1150 -Personals 25 ID#M00000000-10-0574002 lic records of Washington envelope marked "SEALED *MERCHANDISE REDC View Full Bn :0 ot l
1160 Lost 3 1. Lot 19, Block 376, 2 County, Florida. Parcel PROPOSAL FOR ENGl- 110-kmnamnListings-www.Auction~com/I BHayr:0 nothryvill
1170 Found Sunny Hills Unit 6, ac- 11. Lot 2, Block 61.7, D#00000000-15-098-0006 NEERING SERVICES 3100 -Antiques andrdNo8-
cording to the plat thereof, Sunny Hills Unkt 10, ac- Any person claiming an In- FRI)AP". Proposals must Advertise in Over 100 A10-ppd ncors WEEKLY Tt~ l
as recorded in Plat Book cording to the plat thereof, tetest in the surplus from be received by 3:00 p.m. Papers throughout~ 3130 AuctionCafs MISELLAN U from-placs to zip-s
2; Page 60, of the Public as recorded in Plat ~Book the sale, if any, other than on November 12, 2009, at Florida or choose from 3140 -Baby Itemi AUCTION. ers
Records of Washington 2; Pagis 1(08-118 of the the property~ dwnet as of the Town Hall of Caryville, any state nationwide. 3150 Building Supplies 3234 Main St. Vemon L.
County, Florida. Parcel Public Records of Wash- the date of the lis pend- Attention: Town Clerk. The Put Us to work. for Youl 3160 -Business
1100 D#:00000000-06-0376-00 ington County, Florida. ens, must file a clairri mailing address is: Post www~national-classifieds.comI Equilpment Hwy 79 South. hIUoving Sale. Thur, Fri &
IN THE CIRCOJR COURT 19 P a r c e Iwithin 60 days after the Office Box 206, Caryville. r 3170 Collectibles (2nd Building on left) Sat. 822 `8th Street, Chip-
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL 4. Lot 32, Block 360, ID#00000000-10-0617-~000 sale. Florid 322.Tesre aina-lsiidCo Eoe at rs8 AUDYIHSR-ly8mUtlLtoee
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Sunny Hills. Unit 6, ac- 2 Witness my hand and offi- address is 4436 Old Span- (866)742-1373 32(10 -Firewood Mui-Sl v ers.r Selec ton yhigl
WASHINGTON COUNTY, cording to the Plat thereof, 12. Lot 4, Block 565, cial seal of said Court, this ish Trail, Caryville, Florida 3210 Free Pass it OP wekllwe
FLORIDA as recorded in P-at Book Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac- 12 day of October, 2009. 32427. Proposals will be 3220 Furniture w
CASE NO.: 67-08CA-350 2, Pages 60-76, of the cording to the plat thereof, Clerk of the Circuit Court opened and ranked for 3230 Garage/Yard! Sales Cash, credit/debit cards.
BRANCH BANKING AND Public Records of Wash- as recorded in Plat Book By:JC Rogers ward ataltrdt nN-n Things a Mic ele Roof s-rr
TRUST COMPANY, a ington County, Florida. 2, Pa~ges 108-118 of the Deputy Clerk vember ~ II 10 3 3260 Health & Fitness' Aucti nsSeiAna,9mecon
North Carolina banking P, a r c e IPublic Records of Wash- Lori L. Heyer-Bednar, Edq. In !the event of a tie, if one 3270 Jeweiry/Clothing '. FL AU3014 AB2224. monity yard sale, Satur-
corporation, ID#:0000D0000-06-0360-00 ington County, Florida. Roetzel & Andress, LPA of the businesses involved Lost Digital Camera at 328 Machinery/ day, Novemb~er 7th, 7a.En.
Plaintiff, .32. P a r c e 350 East Las Olas Boule- in the tie are minority or fe. MCDonald's Parking lot, Eupmn 850-547-9140 utl iessuho e
V. 5. Lot 14, Block 428, ID#0000000D-10-0565-000 vard male owned, they shall be Chipley. Please return to 32900 Medical Equipment .Hope, Hwy 2 & 8 milbs
LANDDEV, LLC alk/a Land Sunny Hills Unit 7, ac- 4. Suite 1150 ranked above the other Chipley Police Department 33 II clln ous ot fWstilF,
Development 1LC, aFlor- cording to the Plat thereof, 13. Lot #5, Block 567, Fort Lauderdale, Florlda firm or firms involved in the or rail chip to 7027 Bass 3320 Pclantrmnts & Shrubs/ Wetile Hwy 179
ida limited liability com- as recorded In plat book 2, ISunny Hills Unit 10, -ac- 33301 tie. .Warren Rd., Panama C *y Supplies 31
pany, KAUFMAN, Page 77-86, of the Public cording to the plat thereof, Phone 954-462-4150 The Town of Caryville re- FL.32404. 3330 Restaurant/Hotel Metal Roofing Tax Yalti Sale. Fri & Sat, Oct
ENGLETT AND LTND, Records of Washington as recorded in Plat Book Fax954-462-4260 serves the rightito reject 34-prigod Creditl 40 yr Warranty. 30&31. Start again Mon,
P.A., JEFFREY S. KAUF- County, Florida. Parcel 12, Pages 108-118 of the As published in the Wash- any and all proposals, to gor I -*g350 Tickets(Buy &Sell) Direct from manufac- Nov 2 through Wed, Nov
MAJ. ATHWS D#00000000-07-0428-001 Public Records of Wash- ington County News Octo- waiyd any informalities jr I P LOaehl shdor turer. 30 colors in 4. 5689-A Douglas Ferry
ENGLETT; CRAIG R. LYND 4 ington County, Florida. ber 21, 28, 2009 technicalities in the pro- Pes ep sfn u stock, Qulck turna- 1d at Hinsons Crossroads.
and K.E.L. TITE' INSUR- 6. Lot 16, Block 436, P a r c e oa rcs n 05 a.ypt i aei 3100ron.Divyaal-
ANCE AGENCYr INC., Sunny Hills Unit7, accord- ID#000d00000-10-0567-000 Request for Proposals awaI rd tes contrc oin th eTomas Het Hs na lre ble rn. Gulf vr CoastSply ardSl.StOt 4h
Defedant. in tothe lat hero, a re-5. fr EnineringServces best interest of the Town. 8adult white, long nam Wanted ToBuy antiques, & Manufacturing, Childrens clothing, ,site
corded inAL Plat Book 2, 14.Lo 6. lok 8 Engineerin~g Services can I cat ithbluse ye Lost I collectiles, gold, silver, ( 8 8 8) 3 9 3 3 5 8-14, boys & girl, lots of
Notice is hereby gwven that Records of Washington Unit 11, according to the hereby requests proposals leastma e of undsby thefua 177 annelso nlown as Ine pintngsar, call A chmidts Lonnlcassppyco isce Rd. .5 messot
pursuant to the Final Judg- County, Florida. .Parcel plat thereof, as recorded in from qualified individuals ingageofncsyfeua I Beile~lhem H~ghway \850-638-7304 of 1-10 o 77 essoV
ment in the case of ID#:00000000-07-0436-00 Plat Book 2, .Pages or firms to provide engi- THgaE TON O near hM Olnve unurch IIg
BRANCH BANKING AND 16 120-128 of the Public Rec- needing services for a Flor- CARWILLE SUPPORTS II Rd on Tuesday, Octo- 3190
TRUST COMPANY v. 7. Lot 4,Block 500,Sunny ords of Washington ida Recreation Develop- "EQUAL EMPLOYMENT ber 6th if you nave
LANDDEV, LLC, et al., Hills Unit 8,, according to County, Florida. Parcel mnAsitcePorm OPPORTUNITY; FAIR I Beer, nlm Please callus I 3130 Hitachi 51 .Inch
Case Number.: the plat thereof, as re- ID#00000000-17-0785-000 (FaTAP) Grant for Hodges HOUSING AND PROVID- II ./at50-541-3293or I Major Land Auction Television I 3240
67-08-CA-350, the under- coddi Pa ok2,6 c eo rjctcnit ING HANDICAP ACCESS". n, ,,, 73 ... 4,466 +/- Acres offered Rear projection unit, like .50 Cal 360 GR FN HB
signed Clerk ofthe Circuit Pages 88-10 of the Public 15. Lot 3, Block 816, Sp of: B railc de si Land As .published in the in 26 tracts of 10 acres new condition, outstanding soft lead bullets, 20 for
Court *of Washington Records of Washington Sunny Hills Unit 11,- ac- sc ie~anld ligin; Lade- Wsigo onyNw o77arsec.L-pcuewt eoead$. te 0CLpo
County, Forida will on No- County, Florida. Parcel cording to the plat thereof, Sapingp rading the Playd- Ocsintobe 28, 2009. c ted 79 ine New River factory it rmanual $400.00. jetiles. 1-071907 Cpo
veimber 16, 2009, at 11:00 ID#00M000000-805-0000-0 as recorded in Plat Book rogn nprd, n Basebl Fild og Ae fWetV O.B.O. 850-849-1682 for 1-850-260-1342, Chipley.
aCm., ty Cthoue Wasinto 4.lt B/ 1584 Pg ftePb Basketball Court, Horse- Pubic Auction 'ginia. Timber*Recrea- information
CortyCurhus,1238.Lt 0 Bok 4,lic Records of Washington soPtsP Faiietion*Investment*Hunt-
Jackson Avenue, Building Sunny Hills Unit 9, ac- County, Florida. Parcel Shuffeboard~icic Fcurit, eim Te floigvhclswl n *D eom n
100 Cipey Fordacording to the plat thereof, ID#M0000000-11-0816-000 ee be sold atbublic auction at Auction on November
3228 ffrfo sl adas recorded in Pla Book 13. Rsro/ ne io Nichols Auto Repair and .~P~ 14, 2009. Go to 3220 3 5

Idllat descibdafotll ows 0h 2, pag 139e 1of the Public $2001p0 threor 95t Che Cameroll4 Re GodHme(8055-38 fr 5041-66. skfr 16 Pne ioe d
EXHIIT A" Lo 10 Blck55, ecods o Wahinto n cotactnd te willae fol ow 21P2SS 2V45 212 114 Petso Suplie b ohur. m Wolt Pasc o&~r Care32olyn Chleyrm U.
1. Lost 6, de Blok 14 s, SUNNYofWahngo Sunny Hills Unit 139, ac- County, Florida. Parcel FRDAP re ultit Nov. 26. 2130 Farm Animals/ (WV# 1000) Woltz .M-F; 8-6 Sat., 84:3
HILL UNIeTy 1,uaccod ingCutFord.Pr cording toth theater plat thereof ID#00000-1 11400Egier c s will As pulse n the folWash 2140 aoetstk tAsoiats, pe Inc. Ra e ald Met alh Fuo cen, Bunkbed. Ig 85-68502
tothe plto thereof, as re- asreod ed in Plat Book 900 s include testingdesi ingto: County News Octo Wa ted Estate Broerms, &r Acal Goodte condtio. $0.1 I 5-20503
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home $700.00/$950.00
CHIPLEY 4 homes $475.00
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6110
1Be roomkiap rmen i
room, dining room
Fenced yard, water, sew-
age, garbage, included
Deck in back. $425.00
month. 850-547-5244

1BR Apartment for' rent.
$400 month, $100 de-
posit, includes all utilities.
547-0956.

1BR Apartment in
Chipley. ~Good location
No pets. 638-4640. .

For rent Sleepy Hollow
Duplex Apartments
HUD not accepted,
3BR/1BA. Water,d grba e
clous, energy efficient with
private :yard.
850-638-7128.

Furnished 1BR Apart-
ment. $380 .amonth. Free
water, sewage & garbage.
1-888-744-4793. ~

ONE, TWO, & THREE
Bedrooms.
Convenient location.
Downtown Chipley
No lease. No pets.
638-3306


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6140
For Rent. 3BR/1.5BA
N /A. $600 pus deposit
547-9291.


|6170

12X60 MH, unfurnished,
$70 week. 3BR/1.5BA
MH, unfurnished, $85
week. All first & last week,
all located in Westville.
548-5541.
2BR MH for rent with utility
building, window air.
535-2657.
3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from
Bonifay Elem School. On
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3BR/2BA Doublewlde.
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7160
2BR/1BA 1982 Sin.
glewide w/front kitchen,
Ho i peity god
shoa $9,50 w/set-uop
Call 850 763-7780.

2BR/2BA 1997 16X80
w/new paint, carpet.
Set-up included. $16,900,
Call Brad @ 850-763-7780.

3r,d 2a,M e95MH 1p6 r
pole, A/C/Heat incid. Good
condition. $17,900.
6384228

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24X40 1995 w/new carpet
& paint. Set-up w/Central
Heat & Air. Bank reduced
to 15K. Call Brad @
850-763-7780. .


|7160
2BR/2BA Inside Bonifay
Cty lmts. C,/$33,500.

3BR/2BA New Zone III

$36,900. Call Brad
850-763-7780.






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8100 -Antique & Collectibles
8110 ars
81 Spuads Utility Vehicles


~8170 oAuto ars
821 cessories
820- e boonaal Watercra"
8240 anal & Marine
25 ouaptp SIs & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trallers
8340 Motorhomes


6170
2BR/1Y2BA Mobile home
fo0r re near Chipley
Moble Home for rent, fur
shed, 4 1/2A2B ou
Ferry Rd. $395.00

Mobl 4*7mes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi.
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
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7105 Open House
7110 -Beach Home/
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7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
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(850) 415-0385; 638-4860.
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517-3910


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MARIANNA TOYOTA'S TYNDALL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SUPER SALE!!
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7100

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Nice house, fenced
p we Coo 1d t res.
Goshen, AL. (near Troy)


or earlier upon price
agreement.
Contact
Attorney Joe W. Adams '
334-774-5533


7150

Land Bar~g n,b u1 ifu
wooded acreage close
toonFL/GA rborderp nor
Perfect for weekend
wosl hocabi far .
Possible subdivide. Ex
c lent financing, Cl
(912)wn674-0320 nw


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Land For Sale: 6 + acres
on Yates Settlement Road,
aaks hin h dy quee
country living, yet close to
tw For0 mar informal
yAnn, Night; 850-573-02 3
ask Michael


8110




1990 Honda Civic
$2001 2001 Nissan
AlNm $3501f ti3 V
call (800)366-9813 ext
9271





1989mJeep4 wh 2 os. 4.2
2-Stall. Horse trailer with 2
kront-side doors & ramps,
85 -725 0



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For Safe. 2006 Yamaha
Morphous Scooter. 250cc
with 130 miles. $4,200.
850-638-0659.


05 TOYO~TA SEQUOIA SR5 v-8


09 TOYOTA SIENNA Like New, Sharp


04 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER LTD. V-6, 3rd Seat 09 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 Door

05 TOYOTA CAM RY L;E 4 Door, Sharp! 06 TOYOTA AVALON XLS Sharp!

08 TOYOTA F3 CRUISER l1sK Miles, come seel 08 TOYOTA TACOMA DOUBEL CAB v-6

08 TOYOTA MATRIX Automatic, Nice 07 TOYOTA RAV-4 Sharp!


06 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 Door, SAVE!

07 TOYOTA YARI[S 2 Door, Automatic

05 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER SR5 v-6


04 TOYOTA TUNDRA EXT. CAB Auto.

08 TOYOTA PRIUS Leather, Nice!

05 TOYOTA TUNDRA SR5 v-8
ORE TO CHOOSE FROM!






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