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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
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News

BRIEFS
Chipley City
Council Meeting
Chipley City Council
Meeting will be held
Thursday, March 11,
2010 in the City Hall
Council Chambers.

Big Bend baseball
opens in Chipley
CHIPLEY The Big
Bend Baseball League
of Florida will begin its
2010 baseball season .
March 13 and 14 with
all games being hosted
by the Washington
County Bruins in Chipley
'at the high school field.
This Big Bend Kick-Off
Classic will see the
match-ups as follows:
*Chattahoochee Red
Birds vs. Liberty County
Diamond Dawgs:
Saturday noon
*Gulf County Drive
vs. Calhoun County
Horsemen: Saturday
3 p.m.
*Jackson County
Jays vs. Destin Dawgs:
Sunday: 1 p.m.
*Bay County Brewers
vs. Washington County
Bruins: Sunday
3:30 p.m.

Shepherd's Gate
celebrates 10th
anniversary
SAND HILLS -
Shepherd's Gate Church
will celebrate its 10th
anniversary on March
14 at 1915 Ferguson
Road.
Pastor James Guy will
be honored as he turns
65 years young. -
*10 a.m.: Praise
and Wdrship service,
Message by Pastor
Jimmy Williams of
Wildwood,
*1 p.m.:: Dinner served
*2:30 p.m.:
Shepherd's Gate Praise
and Worship Team,
Children's dance/Youth
dramas/SGI Dance
team, Message by
Pastor Edward Mike
From Oak Grove Baptist
Church.

INDEX
Extra....................... Page B1
(lassifieds................. Page B6

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YEARLING DEBATE




Panel approves book


Report suggest 'The Yearling' be restored to school's curriculum


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The ball is back in the
court of the parent that made the
complaint about language in "The
Yearling," according to Washington
County School Superintendent Dr.
Sandra Cook A report from a second
committee has recommended that


the 1939 Pulitzer Prize-winning nov-
el of life in rural Florida be restored
to the curriculum for Washington
County School. /
This is the second committee to
review the book that was pulled from
the curriculum and from the library
shelves after a parent objected to use
of a racial term in the book Cook had
the book reviewed by the first com-
mittee that also recommended that


the book be returned to the schools.
The parent, who refuses to allow
their name to be released, objected
to that recommendation and the
second committee was appointed to
review "The Yearling" as per school
district policy, Cook said. "The par-
ent now has the right to come before
the School Board," Cook said.
Cook said she asked the parent to
give 10 days notice that they planned


Photos by JAY FELSBERG I WaVshington CounaI Nt es
Narvel Armstrong received flowers from Mayor
Al Mani at her retirement ceremony Saturday.

Vernon honors Armstrong for 32 years.of service


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The City of Ver-
non honored Narvel Arm-
. strong Saturday for '32 years
of service on City Council with
a reception at the Community
Center. Family, friends and city
officials were on hand for the
event.
Armstrong, who has served
several terms as city council
president, chose not to run for
reelection in Tuesday's munic-
ipal elections. Her experience
is one thing that several people
said would be missed.
"I appreciate knowing her,"
Mayor Al Mani said. "The city
benefited from her being on
the job for over 30 years."
"Miss Narvel served the
citywith distinction and honor,"
Councilwoman Peggy Dobbins
said, "and we certainly appre-
ciate it as I am certain do all
the citizens.
"She has been a great as-
set to me with any questions
I asked her," Councilwoman
Gwen Marsh said.
That service began inMarch
1978 when Armstrong was
elected to her first term. "I took
off one time to run for school
board," Armstrong said. She
lost that election, but another


N6rvel Armstrong and family at her retirement ceremony
Saturday:


council member resigned, and
Armstrong was named as re-
placement. She lost an election
in 1998, but once again another
council member resigned, and
Armstrong was named as re-
placement. "I was elected in
the next election with double
the votes as before," she said,
and has served ever since.
Armstrong is well known for
the famous slapping incident
in 1984 when she was serving a
term as council president. The
Associated Press reports that
council was discussing firing
the town's police officer when
Armstrong "gaveled down"


someone speaking to protest
the action. She then adjourned
the meeting, and as shown
on local television Armstrong
backhanded another woman.
Fighting ensued.
. Armstrong was temporar-
ily suspended and said she re-
grets the incident while saying
little more about it. The inci-
dent apparently had little af-
fect on Armstrong's popularity
as she was reelected several
times since. Longtime City
Clerk Sherry Cobb is one that
said she has benefited from


See ARMSTRONG A8


to come before the Board, and the
parent was sent the date of time of
the next three School Board meet-
ings, but no response has been re-
ceived and the issue was not on Mon-
day evening's School Board agenda.
Cook said that one outcome of the
controversy is a planned meeting of
English teachers to develop a more
detailed protocol to handle similar
situation in the future.


Vernon


planning fire


hydrant tests

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
.i afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
) VERNON Plans are underway for the
testing of Vernon's fire hydrants. Fire Chief
Brent Gibson made the proposal at Monday
night's regular city council meeting.
Gibson proposed giving ample public
notice of the testing because of major drops
in water pressure in some areas when hy-
drants are turned on. Council will choose a
time and date and send out word in utility
bills and via news releases to local media.
It may be necessary to flush out the lines
lor a while, Gibson said. The chief will also
contact the schools about testing hydrants
See TESTS A8,


GLENN RUSSELL WELLS

Multiple arrests made

throughout the county

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afekberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The question asked by sev-
eral in attendance at an event on Saturday
was, "What were all the sirens in Vernon
Saturday?" The Washington County Drug
Task Force provided the answer to sirens
in Vernon and elsewhere in a news re-
lease Monday that detailed arrests made
throughout the county made as a result
of investigation into methamphetamine-
See ARRESTS A8


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for their time, 4-H'ers grandparents Ray and Linda Pigott and 4-H'ers Abby Sapp, Cole Dillard, Caitlyn
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Special to the News


On March 7, 2010, .the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office received information
from a citizen who reported
there were victim of a tele-
phone scam. The citizen re-
ported they received a tele-

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Citizens should be aware
of this scam and. if they re-
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as these, they should con-
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Washington County Ar-
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2010.
Lawanda Biesler, 41,
Vernon, produce meth, pos-
session of meth with intent,
possession of listed chemi-
cals.
Monee Blaclanon, 29,1
Chipley, violation of state
probation on burglary and
driving under the influence.
Michael Broome, 34,
Marianna, produce meth,
possession of paraphernalia.
Geoffrey Challender, 26,
Bonifay, simple assault.
Jannie P French, 54,
Chipley, aggravated assault
with deadly weapon, posses-
sion of marijuana more.than
20, producing marijuana.
Robert French, 55, Chi-
pley, possession of marijuana
more than 20 and producing
marijuana.
James Robbie Glass, 1,
Chipley, possession of meth.


Michael Glemm Jr., 25,
Bonifay, violation of state,
probation of possession of
meth.
Randy Glein, 38, Vernon
possession of listed chemi-
cal, Bay County violation of
state probation. on tamper-
ing with evidence.
Peggy Godfrey, 55,
Caryville, Holmes County
warrant for violation of com-
munity control:
Tammy Hedlund, 41,
Bonifay, Holmes County
warrant for public assistance
fraud.
William Hodge, 57, Ver-
non, violation of state pro-
bation of possession of con-
trolled substance without a
prescription.
Michael Knight, 25, Al-
tha, violation of conditional
release on possession of con-
trolled substance without a
prescription.
Lashelle Larson, 42,


Panama City, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked.
Robert Lausterer, 59,
Chipley, driving under the
influence, driving under the
influence with property dam-
age.
Donald Marsh; 40, Boni-
fay, violation of state proba-
tion on grand theft.
Cora Mayo, 20, 'Geneva,
possession.of paraphernalia.
Robert McDonald, 37,
Crestview, Resist officer
without violence
Patrick Parrish Jr., 21,
Dothan Ala., Operate motor
vehicle without a license.
James D, Price, 35, Pan-
ama City, child support.
Lawanda Russell,. 34,
Chipley, possession of mari-
juana less than 20, posses-
sion of meth, possession of
listed chemical.
Steven Vickers, 28, Ver-
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Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Reserve Champion steer Chipley FFA exhibited by Justin Ross with local
cattleman, Cliff White.


Receiving add-ons from Gilbert Mill Farms were
Bo Whittington with his Grand Champion steer
and Chipley FFA with the Reserve Champion
steer. Bo Whittington also received a $V100 gift
certificate from Jeffers. Haley Smothers received
a $30 gift card from Tractor Supply as the
Senior Beef Showmanship winner. Erin Solger
received a $100 gift certificate from Rod Sewell
of The Westerner for Grand Champion Heifer.
Receiving gift cards from The Barn were Erin
Solger, for her Grand Champion Hog, and Sarah
Wilson, for Reserve Champion Hog.. Desiree
Beman received a $75 add-on from San Spur
Ranch for her steer having the highest average
daily weight gain.


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Silver Medalist, Dominique PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Geary Shenck, Gold Medal
Wilson congratulates Dani Brian Hall, Silver Medal in in Technical Drafting (High
Forrester, Gold Medalist in Residential Wiring. School.)
Men's Haircutting.


Ricky Bowser, Gold Medal fr Automotive Service Technology.
Ricky Bowser, Gold Medal for Automotive Service Technology.


Tyler Griffis, Bronze Medal in
Welding.


W HTC shines at



Regional SkillsUSA Competition


Special to the News
PENSACOLA Fifteen out of
the 18 competitors from Wash-
ington-Holmes Technical Center
brought home medals from the
Regional SkillsUSA Competition
on Feb. 26, according to a news
release from WHTC. Students
proudly displayed their gold, sil-
ver and bronze medals during
the closing awards ceremony in
Hagler Auditorium at Pensacola
Junior College.
Students from automotive
service technology, cosmetology,
electrician, drafting, network
support services and welding
programs and their instructors
rose before dawn to make the
trip to Pensacola. The event be-
gan with testing and skills dem-
onstrations in the classrooms to
determine who will compete at
the regional contests. Over 200
career and technical education
students from 17 counties joined
WHTC's 18 students in the excite-,
ment of hands-on competition in
30 different trade, technical and


leadership contests.
The contests are planned by
technical committees made up of
representatives from the related
industries and are designed to
test the skills .needed for a suc-
cessful entry-level performance
in given occupational fields.
Working against the clock and
each other, the WHTC students
proved their expertise in job
skills for occupations in program
areas.
WHTC's medalists included:
Ricky Bowser, Gold Medal in
Automotive Service Technology;,
Dani Forrester, Gold Medal, and
Dominique Wilson, Silver Medal,
in Men's Haircutting; Lisa Davis,
Silver Medal for Cosmetology at
the postsecondary level; Raquel
Lara, Gold Medal for Cosmetol-
ogy at the high school level; Ja-
cob Schreffler, Silver Medal, and
Brandon Cook, Bronze Medal, in
Industrial Motor Control; Brian
Hall, Silver Medal in Residen-
tial Wiring; Geary Shenck, Gold
Medal, and Michael Worley, Sil-
ver Medal in Technical Draft-


ing at the high school level; Lee
Watson, Gold Medal, and Chris
Dispensa, Silver Medal in Tech-
nical Drafting at the postsec-
ondary level; Charles Watkins,
Gold Medal, and Samrpi Evans,
Silver Medal, in Computer Main-
tenance Technology; Sammi Ev-
ans also won the Gold Medal in
the Prepared Speech Contest;
Chaz Scott, Silver -Medal, and
Tyler Griffis, Bronze Medal in
Welding.
The silver and gold medalists
will move on to compete at the
State SkillsUSA Championship
in Bradenton on April 20-21.
SkillsUSA is a national non-
profit student organization that
serves more than 300,000 stu-
dents enrolled in career and
technical education training
programs throughout the nation.
SkillsUSA's mission is to em-
power its members to become
world-class workers and respon-
sible American citizens. The fac-
ulty and staff of WHTC think all
of their SkillsUSA students are
champions.


Gulf Power manager discusses energy issues


CHIPLEY At the weekly
Kiwanis Club luncheon on
Tuesday, March 2, Darrin Wall,
Gulf Power manager for Hol-
mes, Washington and Jackson
counties, discussed power is-
sues related to the current cold
weather local residents are ex- DA
periencing. Power usage has
spiked during the cold weather W
for electricity and gas. There
was a particularly cold period during the
first two weeks of January.
Gulf Power doesn't want to turn any-
one's electricity off, Wall said, and took
steps in recent months to temporarily
soften collection efforts because people
on fixed incomes might be having fi-
nancial difficulties because of the harsh
weather.
Gulf Power's rates have risen only
1.8 percent in the last year. A new state-
of-the-art Flue Gas Desulfurization


I system was installed at Plant
Crist in Pensacola, and came
online in December 2009. The
new "scrubber" is designed to
reduce regulated emissions by
an additional 95 percent Gulf
Power will also offer more ener-
gy. conservation programs this
RIN year, Wall said.
ALL The major problem in Janu-
ary was increased energy us-
age, 36 percent more than January 2009.
Home heating systems in this area of the
country are not typically sized for the low
temperatures experienced in January,
Wall said.
Several local agencies can temporar-
ily assist area residents with utility pay-
ments:
*Tri-County Cormmunity Council can
assist people with their electricity bill
through the LIHEAP program and re-:
ceived increased funding this year.


*Love-in-Action and Catholic Chari-
ties are two other organizations who can
help.
*Gulf Power also has Project Share
which provides funds tq the Salvation
Army to assist people with utility costs.
Energy audits also assist in energy
conservation, and there are tax incen-
tives available for energy conservation
through the end of 2010.
Gulf Power Company has not had a
base rate increase since 2002, Wall said,
and it was the only such increase since
1989. Fuel and environmental costs have
impacted electricity rates in recent
years. These costs are straight pass-
through expenses. The Florida Public
Service Commission does not allow in-
vestor-owned utilities, like Gulf Power, to
make a profit on such items.
The Kiwanis Club meets Tuesdays at
Patillo's Restaurant in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes County Technical


Trucks runs for 14th Judicial Circuit judge seat


PANAMA CITY Local attor-
ney Karl Trucks has entered.
the race to be a judge in the 14th
Judicial Circuit.
Circuit Judge Dedee Costel-
lo has announced that she is re-
tiring this year, creating a void
on the bench, and giving voters K
the opportunity to put a new
judge in place in August. TRI
Trucks faces Lynn Haven
attorney Mike Reiter in the election,
according to information from the Bay
County Supervisor of Elections Web
site. Qualifying ends in late April, elec-
tion officials said.
Trucks said local judges are faced
with increased caseload and decreasing
budgets for staff and other help, making
judicial efficiency and economy a top
priority.
Trucks earned his undergraduate


degree from the University
of Alabama at Birmingham,
where he majored in philoso-
S.' phy and minored in history
He graduated from the Cum-
' berland School of Law in 1994.
He passed the bar exam in
Alabama and Florida, and is a
ARL member of the American Bar
UCKS Association, the St. Andrew Inn
of Court, the Bay County Bar
Association and the Florida Association
of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Trucks moved to Panama City short-
ly after passing the bar, he said.
He went to law school with county
judge Tim Campbell. Trucks said it
was Campbell who asked him to come
to Panama City so they could work to-
gether.
"The rest is just history," he said.
But Trucks' history with the law did


not begin there.
"I think I became a lawyer because I
grew up in a family of lawyers," Trucks
said.
At 13, he said, he was clerking in
his uncle's practice. Trucks 45, is mar-
ried with two sons, a 6-year-old and a
6-month-old.
About sixyears ago, Trucksjoinedthe
firm of Appleman and Shepard, making
it Appleman, Shepard and Trucks. He
said he has handled criminal, personal
injury and civil cases. Most of those
were heard in circuit court, which he
said makes him experienced with the
system.
"The citizens of this community de-
serve a circuit judge that is experienced
and knowledgeable and fair," Trucks-
said. "I have these qualities and I will
work hard each and every day for the
people of this circuit."


When is the right time

to expand the family?


Dear Dave, i
My wife and
I are trying to
pay down our
debt. We've got a
long way to go,
and it's pretty
scary sometimes. DAVE R
We've also started Dave
thinking that
we'd like to have
another child. We're not
getting any younger,
but we know this would
prolong the time it would
take us to get out of debt.
Do you think we should
wait until we're out of
debt, or until we have
most of it paid off?
Holland

Dear Holland,
The only time I
tell people to let their
financial situation dictate
when to have children
is when it's an extreme
case. I mean, if you've got
six kids and you want 20,
I'd probably tell you to
slow down and get control
of your money first.
Or, if you're sitting
square in the middle.
of bankruptcy, it might
be a good idea to wait
a year or two while you
straighten things out and
get back on solid ground
financially.
If everything else is
within reason, and you're
talking about a normal
number of kids and a
normal income, the idea
that children will cause
you to go broke is simply
not true. It might slow
things down a little if
you're trying to get out of
debt, but chances are it
won't be anything earth
shaking.
Generally speaking, I
guess what I'm saying is
when God wants you to,
have a kid, have a kid!

Dear Dave,
I'm 18, and I have a job
making $30,000 a year.
I've also got about $40,000
in stocks and $10,000 in
savings. I want to buy a
house in the near future.
Should I pay cash aitd
buy it outright, or is a 15-
year mortgage OK?
-Sam

Dear Sam,
I love the idea of
paying cash for a house,
but I'm even more
impressed that you've
got $50,000 you could put
toward a house and a job
making $30,000 a year at
age 18. Man, you're really
kicking it!
It's a great time to buy
a house.-Interest rates
are low, and prices are-
great. But the thing that


!AMSEY
Says


keeps sticking in
my mind is that
you're still just 18
years old. Now,
there's nothing
wrong with
being 18, but
there's also
nothing wrong
'with waiting a


few years and
getting a little more life
experience under your
belt before you saddle up
with a mortgage.
At times like this, I
think about what I'd tell
my own 18-year-old son.
And honestly, I think I'd
advise him to wait and let
life happen for a while.
I'm not putting you' down
because you're 18. You've
done some amazing
things. But I think the
best thing would be to
keep piling up cash, then
take a look and see how
you feel and what your
life is like in two or three
years.
You've got lots of
time and a huge head
start already. Plus, there
will still be plenty of
properties out there.
Then, when the time is
right, either pay cash or
do a 15-year, fixed-rate
mortgage. And if you
take out a mortgage,
make sure the monthly
payments are no
more than 25 percent
of your take-home
pay!
Great job, Sam!

Dave Ramsey is
a personal money
management expert,
national radio
personality and the
author of three New York
Times bestsellers. For
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Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Washington County
Historical Society

50 Years Ago-1 960
David J. Cook, Chair-
man of the County Com-
mission, J. E. (Jack)
Haddock, veteran
School Board Member,
Walter J. Cook, first
term County Commis-
sioner and current
'Washington County
Sheriff, George W.
Watts, Jr. all announced
for re- election to their
respective offices. Nor-
man (Junior) Kirkland
qualified as a newcomer,


seeking the post of
District 2 School Board
Member.

Chipley's Dixie Auto-
Lec Store, John L. Gib-
son, owner advertised
a WIN FREE G. E. AP-
PLIANCE CONTEST.
"Nothing to Buy", "No
Slogans to Write" and
"No Puzzles to Solve"
says the ad. Stop by the
store for full details.

Airman Robert W.
Turner, Jr. completed his
initial course of United
States Air Force Basic
Training at Amarilla


AFB, Texas. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert W. (Bob) Turner, Sr. of
Chipley.

30 Years Ago-1980
Retiring Washington
County Agricultural
Agent, J. E. (Red) Davis
gave public thanks to
those in attendance be-
fore giving credit to his
"better half", his wife,
Pauline, for standing by
him during his long ten-
ure of service. This was
at a testimonial retire-
ment dinner honoring
the long time veteran


agricultural employee.

A reception honoring
George W. Lee and Bama
Hinson Lee's 66th Wed-
ding Anniversary was
held at Wagner's Nursing
Home in Bonfay where
she is recuperating.
Their children, Claudia
Lee Perkins and E. W
(Bill) Lee hosted the
event.

Jude's Jottings re-
port Ed and Mary Wood
recently attended an'
"antique coin, gun and
stamp show" held in
Sarasota, Florida


10 Years Ago-2000
Lola Campbell
celebrated her 89th
birthday on March 5.
She was honored at the
bimonthly breakfast for
the Joyful Seniors held
at St. Luke Church in
Red Head. Surrounding
her in a picture was a
son, Eli Campbell, an
aunt, Elsie Jackson and
son, Floyd Campbell.
Washington County
Judge Allen Register
and Sid Bush, retired
U. S. Navy, both alumni
of Poplar Springs High
School in Holmes


County, were pictured
assisting in the celebra-
tion of Dr. Suess' birth-
day sponsored by the
school.

Heather Miller was
named Vernon Middle
School "Teacher of the
Year". Principal Bill Lee
of Vernon High School
made the presentation:

From the files of Wash-
ington County News and
Chipley Banner. The
society is open the first
Saturday of the month,
and Thursdays and Fri-
day s 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Local author brings history of two Washington County families to life


A recently pub-
lished book has
been brought to the r
Washington County
Historical Society
Museum for your
perusal. It is titled
"The Journey, Iden- PE
tity and Survival PE
of the Orange Hill, PR
Florida Sheffield/ Per
Young Families."
Katie Sheffield, Wash-
ington County native, is
the book's author. She
dedicates the book to the
memory of her great-
grandparents, Jesse and
Mariah Sheffield, Joseph
and Chloe Stephens; and
grand parents, Jennie
Sheffield and Thomas and
Marina Young, who she
describes as "so faithfully
blazed the trail before us."
Further dedication is
made to a sister, Geral-
dine, for the untiring help,
encouragement, gathering
information and most of
all "saving my mother's
written documents and
old pictures." She also
expresses thanks to her
brother, Simon for all his


RRY'S
BATTLE
ry Wells


help in gathering
information and to
her son, Derrick,
for his support.
The author con-
cludes her dedica-
tion of the book to
her grandchildren,
Kristy and her
children. "I wrote
and dedicate this


writing to you in hopes that
you will pass this history
forward to future genera-
tions of the family."
The 77-page, paperback
book, is well written, with
many references to the
writing of others as docu-
mentation. Census records
also are utilized, thus
confirming the historic
data. The contents of the
publication chronicle the
lives of most, if not all, of
the pioneer families with
historic and biographical
sketches. It is interesting,
educational and informa-
tive. A cross section of well,
preserved old family pho- .
tographs and home places
add to the interest in read-
ing this newly recorded
history.


As the book title sug-
gest, the families of the
Sheffields and tle Youngs
are the main subjects of its
contents. Readers will note
that stories of several gen-
erations of the two families
are covered in the writing.
Further observation will
reveal a host of other well
established historic fam-
ily names will be seen in
the author's work. These
include Harmon, Braswell,


The book,
The Journey,
Identity and
Survival of
The Orange
Hill, Florida
Sheffield/
.. Young
Families.
SPECIAL
TO THE NEWS
Brown, McKinnie, Green,
Gilchrist, Woods, Wilson,
Roulhac, Kent and others.
Katie Sheffield gives
an account in her book as
to how her Sheffield and
Young ancestors were
brought, as slaves from
Georgia, into the Orange
Hill area of Washington
County. This was between
1840 and 1845. She relates
how the profession of mid-
wifery was practiced by


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the early pioneers, a tal-
ent which was taught and
handed down to succeed-
ing generations..
She writes of the plant-
ing of crops for a liveli-
hood, hog killings, syrup
making, home remedies
for sicknesses, which in-
cluded the use of castor oil
and.camphor. The arrival
of the Rolling Store in later
years also is mentioned.
The author's parents,
Monroe Sheffield and
Jessie Cora Young, have
a story in the 2006 The
Heritage of Washington
County Book sfibmitted by
her brother, Rev. Simon
Sheffield. This writing
reports the road leading
from Highway 77 east to St.
Joseph Church as having
been named by the board
of county commissioner as
Monroe Sheffield Road.
The motion was made
by Commissioner Earl
Gilbert, seconded by G. W
(Wash) Pettis, for a resolu-
tion naming the road after
Sheffield read as follows:
"Whereas Monroe
Sheffield was a highly
respected citizen within
Washington County, and
whereas the road into the
St. Joseph Church was one
of his great concerns, now
be it therefore resolved by
the Board of County Com-
missioners in and or Wash-
ington County, Florida,
that the road from State
Road No. 77 into the St.
Joseph Church be named
the Monroe Sheffield Road
in his memory."


The resolution was
unanimously approved by
the full board on March
26, 1973, a few month after
Sheffield's death, and duly
signed Tillman Pippin,
chairman, attested by J.
L. Miner, clerk. A memo-
rial dedication ceremony
was held at St. Joseph
Church on July 29, 1979
honoring the road-naming
action.
St. Joseph Church obvi-
ously has been the hub of
spiritual growth and activ-
ity for the community in
which it continues to stand
as a beacon for those seek-
ing guidance and direction.
The burial ground,
known as St. Joseph Com-
munity Cemetery, contains
volumes of history of those
families with loved one
buried there.
The writer of the book
concludes her preface with
the following:
"I hope you will find
this book interesting and
worthy of passing the torch
so that the next generation
can continue the preserva-
tion of such a great history.
"To all who reached
out to help me gather the
important information
needed to put it all to-
gether, I truly thank you. I
have tried to make a good,
authentic representation
of our family history."
To order copies of the
book, contact the author at
www.jenniesheffield.com
or e-mail kytee9993@bell-
south.net.
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Financial Project Identification Number: 422883-1-52-01
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
Date: Tuesday, March 23, 2010 1
Time: 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (CST)
Place: Orange Hill Volunteer Fire Department ra' ngeHill
1927 Orange Hill Highway y o unt r Fire
Chipley, Florida 32428 / o T .
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to attend a Public Information Meeting for the proposed bridge
replacement project along Farrell Nelson Road over Fiat Creek. The meeting will be held Tuesday, March 23, 2010
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Chipley, Florida. The meeting will provide you an opportunity to preview the proposed design, ask questions, and/or
submit comments concerning the upcoming project. Maps, drawings, and other information will be on display at
the nreeting. There will be no formal presentation. Representatives from the FDOT will be available to answer
questions and explain the proposed improvements.
The principal intent of this project is to replace the existing wooden bridge over Flat Creek with a concrete bridge
culvert. Additional right-of-way is needed for the construction of this project.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family
status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who
require translation services (free of charge) should contact Jessica Woodham at (850) 415-9378, at least seven (7)
days prior to the meeting.
If you have any questions about the project or the scheduled meeting, please call Jessica Woodham, FDOT Design
Project Manager, at (850) 415-9378. Her email address is.Jessica,Woodham@dot.state.fl.us. You may also contact
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Section


Wednesday, March 10, 2010 w w w. chiple y paper. com Page 7


Holmes County players win shootout


SPECIAL TO SPORTS
MARIANNA-Brandon
Donaldson of Bethlehem
High and Rachel Ward of
Poplar Springs High are
the champions of Chipola
College's Seventh Annual
High School Three-Point
Shootout.
Donaldson made 9 of 15
shots in the men's finals.
Two other men's players
made it to the finals of the
annual competition: Josh
Rogers of Sneads and RJ
Bowers of Marianna.
Rachel Ward connected
on eight shots in the finals
to take the championship
in the women's division..
Sharlyn Marie Smith of
Altia, Mychea Williams
of Graceville and Autumn
Speigner of Malone also
made it to the final round.
All boys and girls high


Brandon Donaldson of Bethlehem High School
is the new Champion of Chipola College's High
School Three-Point Shootout. Pictured from left,
are finalists: RJ Bowers of Marianna, Chipola
Appreciation Club President Bill Davis, Brandon
Donaldson of Bethlehem (champion) and Josh
Rogers of Sneads.


school teams from the
Chipola district were in-
vited to send their best
three-point shooters to
the competition.
The winners have their
names engraved on a tro-


phy in the Milton H. John-
son Health Center and
on a traveling champion-
ship trophy that will be
housed in their respective
school's trophy cases dur-
ing the coming year.


Sports ROUNDUPS S


Whitson strikes out 19 in Baker, 11,
Chipley win over Walton. Ponce de Leon
Ponce de Leon 1
BASEBALL BAKER The Gators
scored a lot of runs in the
District 1-2A game without
Chipley 2, Walton 1 needing a lot of hits.
CHIPLEY Karsten Whit- Baker (4-4, 2-0) only had
son struck out 19 and held three of them but drew six
Walton to two hits with no walks and had three batters
walks in the winning ef- hit. The Gators scored six
fort. Dylan King and Colby times in the second inning to
Obert were each 2 for 3 for break the game open.
the Tiers (3-3 1-2 District Christian Mainor struck
1-3A),e whoTigers (3-3, 1-2 Di Holmstct out eight in tossing the two-
1-3A) who hosted Holms hitter. Dylan Kersey had two
County on Tuesday. hits and an RBI, and Dakota
Josey added a double and an
Holmes County 18, RBI for Baker
Blountstown South Walton 10
BONIFAY Jeremy Mc- S th Walton 10,
Gowan struck out six in Cottondale 2
three scoreless innings for SOUTH WALTON The Se-
Holmes County and the ahawks scored four runs
Blue Devils (3-2) rolled to apiece in the first and sec-
an 18-1 baseball win over ond innings and cruised to
Blountstown on Wednes- the District 2-2A victory.
day. Jomar Concepcion Johnathan Duncan
was 2 for 2 with one RBI, notched the win by striking
Will Thompson 2 for 3 with out five in six innings. Justin
two RBIs, Cody Russ 3 for Moore went 2-for-3 with two
4 with one RBI and two runs and two RBIs, and Alex
doubles and Chase Arnold Astin added a hit, two runs
had two hits. and two RBIs.

Holmes County 3, South Walton 9,
Sneads 2 Graceville 8
SNEADS -Cole Long dou- GRACEVILLE Johnathan
bled in two runs and Chad Duncan- came up with a
Wilson also had an RBI timely two-run double in the
double for Holmes County top of the fifth to help South
Will Thompson struck out Walton erase a two-run defi-
seven for the win and Jere- cit and move to 3-1 in District
my McGowan got the save 2-2A.
for the Blue Devils (4-2, 4-0 Duncan finished the night
District 2-2A). 2-for-4 with three RBIs while
Alex Astin connected for a
Holmes County 14, pai of home runs, Dylan
Smith had a home run and
Florida High 1.3 three runs batted in and
BONIFAY Chad Wilson Jansen Infinger went 2-for-4
earned the win with 2 1/3. With an RBI.
innings of relief with two
strikeouts. Jeremy Me- SOFTBALL
Gowan secured the save.
Will Thompson was 2 for
4 with three-run double to Bozeman 12,
give Holmes County the Holmes County 1
lead for good, Chase Arnold
3 for 4 with two RBIs, Zack BONIFAY Bozeman re-
Nolin had an RBI double. versed an early deficit with
Holmes County (5-2) was five runs in the third inning
Holmes County (5-2) was and seven in the fourth. Kin-
at Chipley on Tuesday. sley Faulkenberry was 3for 4
with an RBI, Nicole Migliori
Arnold 14, Chipley 2 2 for 4 with four RBIs on two
PANAMA CITY BEACH lyler doubles, Jessica McAdams
Tierneywas 3for4with three 2 for 3, Amber Rowan 1 fo 3
RBIs, Adam Ogburn 2 for 3 with two RBIs and Ashley
with two RBIs, Nick Frost 2 Davis 1 for 3 with an RBI.
for 3 with an RBI and Calvin The Bucks, 5-5, 4-3 in
Cox had three RBIs for the District 2-2A, stroked 10 hits
Marlins. Ogburn earned the one day after being shut out.
win with nine strikeouts in Winning pitcher Daphne Ob-
five innings. ert went three innings with
Kayla Whitaker finishing.

Bozeman 16, Bay 4, Cottondale 1
Cottondale 0 COTTONDALE -Abigail Bur-
SAND HILLS Brandon nett allowed three hits while
Porter doubled and had two striking out seven as the Tor-
RBIs and Ryan Hardy, Blake nadoes prevailed.
Locher and Nic Gutierrez Tiare Taylor was 2 for 4
had two RBIs each in the with a double and Burnett,
run-rule rout. Gutierrez (2- Jayden Stansberry and La-
0) gave up two hits with two nae Mortz each went 1 for 3
strikeouts for the win. for Bay.


Chipley 7, Arnold 5
CHIPLEY Chipley im-
proved to 4-0 in District 1-3A,
5-3 overall as winning pitch-
er Chelsey Carter. limited
Arnold to five hits. Delaney
Dempsey was the losing
pitcher for Arnold.

Baker 14,
Ponce de Leon 2
BAKER The Gators near-
ly batted around three times
in the second, inning when
'they scored all 14 of their
runs.
Lauren Griffith went 3-
for-3 with three RBIs, Mollie
Royal was 2-for-3 with three
RBIs, Danielle Marelli was
2-for-2 with two RBIs and
Dani Mayhair chipped in two
RBIs.
Macie Wilde won in the
circle and also tripled and
scored twice.

Freeport 11,
Ponce de Leon 5
PONCE DE LEON Jesse
Moulton and Taylor Mills
had three hits apiece as the
Bulldogs notched their first
win of the season and in Dis-
trict 1-2A play.
Mills also scored three
times while Dannica Mosh-
er had two hits and two
RBIs, and Kayla Eldridge
had two hits.
Rani Simmons notched
the win for Freeport (1-6,
1-2).

Laurel Hill 21,
Poplar Springs 1
POPLAR SPRINGS Kasey
Harrison notched a no-hit-
ter and the Hoboes pound-
ed Poplar Springs in their
District 1-A opener.
Jessica Gortman went
2-for-3 with four RBIs, two
runs scored and a double
and Nichole Bailey went 2-
for-2 with two RBIs and a
double.

Paxton 16,
Bethlehem 8
BETHLEHEM Chantel
McCormick went 3-for-4,
Kristyn Geiselman went
2-for-2 and Lauren Pool
finished the night 2-for-3 as
Paxton improved to 3-0 in
District 1-A play.

Walton 7,
Ponce De Leon 6
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS -
Freshman Theresa Hern-
don went 4-for-4 with three
RBIs and two runs scored,
while Cassidy Contreras
went 2-for-4 with two runs
scored and an RBI to lead
Walton (2-4, 0-4 in District
1-3A).
The game featured a
couple of lead changes
until Walton was able to
pull ahead for good in the
fourth.


CHS GIRLS TRACK MEET


Finch (B) 21.89, 3rd Hay-
hurst (F) 22.12
100 Dash 1st Burner
(C) 13.01, 2nd Burns (C)
13.12, 3rd-Kathy)B) 14.31,
4th Newkirk (F) 14.36, 5th
- Dominique (W) 14.56
1600 Run 1st Morgan
(B) 7.15, 2nd Joab (W)
7.21, 3rd Hayhurst (F)
7.23, 4th Phillips (W) 7.30,
5th Wright (P) 8.33
4 X 100 Relay 1st Chi-
pley 57.13, 2nd Walton
59.30
400 Run 1st Shadia
(F) 1.14:56, 2nd Stafford
(P) 1.15:49, 3rd Holley
(F) 1.15:79, 4th Lacey (B)
1.17:69, 5th Register (C)
1.18:75
300 Hurdles ist- Kathy
(B) 1.24:93, 2nd Tasha (B)
1.24:99


800 Run 1st Chap-
man (P) 3.15:25, 2nd Wil-
llama (P) 3.19:00,3rd-Wat-
son (P) 3.27:57, 4th Lacey
(B) 3.29:00, 5th Hamilton
(P) 3.33:85
200 Dash- 1st Lacey
(B) 34.07, 2nd Wright (P)
34.59, 3rd Taylor (B) 34.78,
4th Brittany (B) 35.68, 5th
- Brittany (P) 35.73
4 X 400 Relay- 1st- Boz-
eman 6.30
1 4 X 800 Relay- No en-
tries
3200 Run Did not Com-
plete
Scores:
Bozeman (B) 91
Chipley (C) 41
Walton (W) 41
Ponce De Leon (P) 41
Freeport (F) 30


Shot Put- 1st Howard
(W) 33'4", 2nd Coleman
(C) 28'10", 3rd Holmes
(C) 28'5", 4th Ross (F)
27'9", 5th Richardson (B)
23'3"
Discus 1st -Martin (P)
84'0", 2nd Ross (F) 77'1",
3rd Alexis (W) 65'6", 4th
Miranda (W) 57'10", 5th
Kaitlyn (B) 51'6"
Long Jump- 1st Burns
(C) 14'3", 2nd Kathy (B)
13'9", 3rd Brittany (W)
12"0", 4th Christina (W)
12'10", 5th Lacey (B)
12'6"
Triple Jump 1st Guy
(B) 27'2", 2nd Brittany
(W) 26'5"
High Jump 1st Sarah'
(B) 4'0"
100/110 Hurdles 1st
- Kathy (B) 18.87, 2nd -


-CH
4 X 800 Relay- 1st Wal-
ton 10.08, 2nd Bozeman
11.12,3rd Chipley 12.7
Shot Put- 1st Unger (B)
39'8", 2nd Dean (W) 38'10",
3rd Drew (W) 38'10", 4th
- Chris (W) 37'6", 5th Teal
(C) 36'11"
Discus- 1st- Unger (B)
121'7", 2nd McCrary (C)
118'2", 3rd -- Landon (B)
116'11", 4th Godfrey (C)
100'10", 5th- Teal (C) 99'8"
Long Jump- 1st Conona
(W) 18'0", 2nd Gutierrez
(B) 17'9", 3rd- Lee (C) 17'3",
4th Taylor (B) 17'2", 5th
- Troupe (C) 17'0"
Triple Jump 1st Finch
(C) 33'6", 2nd Gates (C)
32'10", 3rd Landon (B)
31'10", 4th Bozarth (C).
30'3"
High Jump 1st Levi
(F) 5'8", 2nd Terrell (W)
5'6", 3rd Gates (C) 5'4", 4th


100/110 Hurdles- 1st -
Howard (C) 20.88, 2nd Hitt
(B) 20.98, 3rd Brannon (B)
22.12, 4th Burkett (B) 21.32
100 Dash- 1st Williams
(W) 10.86, 2nd -' King (C)
11.69, 3rd Querisma (W)
11.72, 4th- Conona (W) 11.84,
5th Lee (W) and Esau (W)
11.86
1600 Run- 1st Newsom
(B) 5.55:33,2nd Spencer (C)
6.01:23, 3rd -Veit (C) 6.11:87,
4th Harris (B) 6.17:33, 5th
-Aukema (C) 6.19:20
4 X 100 Relay- 1st Wal-
ton 44.47,2nd -Chipley 47.38,
3rd Bozeman 47.85
400 Run- 1st Stan (W)
56.40,2nd Corliss (W) 57.08,
3rd- Bell (W) 57.53,4th- Wil-.
liams (W) 59.65 5th Gutier-
rez (B) 59.69
300 Hurdles 1st Gates


4th Marquis (W) 56.92, 5th
-Hitt (B) 57.65
800 Run- 1st Lewis (W)
2.29:10, 2nd JP (W) 2.30:00,
-3rd- Newsom (B) 2.33:60,
4th McKee (B) 2.37:33, 5th
- Mewbourne (B) 2.39:00
200 Dash 1st John (W)
22.60, 2nd Bell (W) 24.36,
Young (W) 24.60, 4th Marti-
nez (B) 25.51, 5th- Taylor (B)
25.86
3200 Run- 1st Hunter
(F) 12.40, 2nd Spencer (C)
12.41, 3rd Harris (B) 13.42,
McKee (B) 14.00, 5th Pea-
cock (B) 14.40
4X400 Relay- Ist-Boze-
man 4.55
Scores: .Walton (W) 88
Bozeman (B) 74
Chipley (C),62
Freeport (F) 12


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Wednesday, March 10, 2010


School Board hears report on WISE center


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY There ap-
pears to be progress at the
Washington Institute for
Specialized Education, the
Washington County School
Board's alternative school.
Teacher on Special Assign-
ment Tracie Jordan, direc-
tor of WISE, was on hand to
deliver a report at Monday's
night's regular school board
meeting.
Jordan reported there
are 37 students at the cen-
ter with one senior eligible
for graduation, one stu-


dent lacking one credit for
graduation, and three get-
ting ready to retake FCAT.
A number of students are
eighth graders working on
qualifying for ninth grade.
Jordan described the stu-
dent body as "very diverse."
"The demographics
change monthly," Jordan
said.
Security cameras have
been installed to help with
liability questions, Jordan
said, and a school resource
officer visits regularly. Jor-
dan said a fulltime SRO may
be needed eventually.
In other business, the
Board:


Recognized Dozier I
Teacher of the Year Justin
Ellis and Support Person-
nel Glen Peterson; Dozier II
Teacher of the Year Jerome
Godwin, Support Personnel
Danny Hamm, and Rookie
Teacher of the Year Belinda
Collins; and Okeechobee
Teacher of the Year Svetlana
Eleades, Support Personnel
Martha Vensel and Rookie
Teacher of the Year Eddie
Warren.
The awards were pre-
sented by Dozier Principal
Robert Maldon, who also
reported that changes are
underway at Okeechobee to
make the classes more like


a regular high school.
*Received,..$8,281.37 for
the school district's per-
centage of timber sales
from Pine Log State Forest
from the Division of For-
estry. Johnny Sabo of DOF
presented the check and
reported that work is under-
way to repair roads so the
public can enjoy the state
forest again.
*Approved a proclama-
tion making March 15-19
2010 Census Partner Par-
ticipation Week.
*Approved purchase of
property adjoining Kate M.
Smith Elementary School
for $120,000.


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B related crimes.
Two methamphetamine
labs were dismantled and
large quantities of listed
chemical used to manufac-
ture methamphetamines
were confiscated.
"These investigations in-
cluded an undercover sting
operation with investigators
posingasmethamphetamine
dealers at a local motel" Chi-
pley Police Chief Crews said.
"We intend to throw every
available resource at this
methamphetafiineepidemic
and as a result, we were able
to net three arrests from this
nt sting alone."
The Washington County
Drug Task Force consists


Armstrong's service and
friendship.
"Miss Narvel has always
been here to work with me
on problems, and it shows
that she is attentive to the
Council and the City," Cobb
said of her 14 years working


of the -Washington County
Sheriff's Office and the Chi-
pley Police Department.
Arrests included:
*Robbie Glass, 31,. of
Glass Road in Chipley, pos-
session of methamphet-
amines.
*Lawanda Russell, 34, of
Ferguson Road in Chipley,
possession of marijuana,
possession of listed chemi-
cals, possession of metham-
phetamines.
Randy Glenn, 38, of Mill-
ers Ferry Road in Vernon,
principle to possession of
listed chemicals, violation of
probation.
Michael Broome, 35, of
Douglas Ferry Road in Chi-


with Armstrong. "I could call
her and count on her and she
always listened to me."
Mani called Armstrong,
."his cheerleader" during his
three years of service, "and
I'm here in appreciation of
everything she has done on


pley, manufacturing meth-
amphetamines, possession
of drug paraphernalia.
*-Charles "Chucky"
Wells, 42, of Holmes Valley
Road in Vernon, manufac-
turing njethamphetamines,
possession of methamphet-
amines, possession of listed
chemicals.
*Lawanda Bieser, 41, of
McFatter Avenue in Vernon,
manufacturing of metham-
phetamines, possession of
methamphetamines, pos-
session of listed chemicals.
The task force and other
law enforcement agencies
have urged citizen participa-
.tion in identifying suspects
and locations, of suspected


city council."
Codes Enforcement Of-
ficer Charlie Withrow said
he has plans for Armstrong
now that she has retired
from Council. He wants her
on the codes enforcement
board. "I want take her out


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criminal activity. According
to Washington County Sher-
iff Bobby Haddock, those
requests for help are paying
off.
"These investigations
were a direct result of citizen
involvement and coopera-
tion coupled with the hard
work of Drug Task Force in-
. vestigators and the officers
and deputies from both de-
partments," Haddock said.
"At the end of the day, a col-
laborative effort is the best
recipe for success."
Haddock ask that anyone
with information on suspect-
ed illegal drug activity con-
tact us at 638-TIPS (8477) or
by e-mail at tips@wcso.us.


TESTS from page Al


on school property. Gibson
said problems were found
last year with hydrants at
Vernon Middle School.
Council also approved
taking $4,500 from the city
hall fund to pay for the an-
nual Fourth of July fire-
works display on Saturday,
July 3. The fund totals about
$235,000, City Clerk Sherry
Cobb said. Organizers will
try to have the annual pa-
rade but probably not have


a beauty pageant.
In other business, Coun-
cil:
Received a letter from
Polly Kneiss of Spanish
Trail Playhouse thanking
everyone involved for help
setting up the playhouse's
Valentine's Day dinner the-
ater. Mark Cobb was singled
out for special thanks. ,
Heard a report from
Councilwoman Peggy Dob-
bins about trash at the


Shady Grove ball fields, in-
cluding photos of the trash
taken on Monday. Consid-
erable discussion followed
over responsibility for the
cleanup. Mayor Al Mani will
contact the schools about
middle school teams using
the fields, and Waste Man-
agement will be contacted
about putting the trash con-
tainer inside the new bin.
*Approved paying
$1,051.21 for repair work on


the fire department rescue
truck.
*Heard Mani report that
roadwork is done on Jack-
son Avenue and Dawkins
Street is next in line.
*Approved certifying
newly elected council mem-
bers and swearing them in
at the Tuesday, March 23
Council meeting. The elec-
tion was Tuesday and re-
sults are online at chipley-
paper.com.


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the new," he said.
Armstrong appeared to
be interested. "I said I was
retiring from Council, but
I can come to any meet-
ing I want," she said with a
smile.


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Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Covenant Hospice
seeks volunteers
for Garden
Gala event
MARIANNA -
Covenant Hospice
will host the 5th
Annual Garden Gala
from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, June 26
at the Agricultural
Center, located at
2741 Penn Avenue,
in Marianna.
The Garden Gala
,Committee is currently
seeking volunteers to
help plan, prepare
and present the event.
Volunteers are needed
for all areas of the
event.
The Garden Gala
committee will be
holding its monthly
meeting at Noon
Thursday, Mar. 18 at
the Covenant Hospice
branch,-located at
4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C and light
refreshments will be
provided.
To volunteer for
the Garden Gala
committee or for
more information,
call Jennifer Griffin-
or Angela Jackson at
482-8520 or
209-0221. Or email
Jennifer.griffin@
covenanthospice.org
or angela.jackson@
covenan.thospice.org.


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for St. Jude
Sharing the
journey, sharing the
hope. Saddle up for
St. Jude is a fun and
exciting community
event that benefits
St, Jude Children's
Research Hospital.
Trail Ride, hay
ride and dinner
will be April 24,
2010, at 1647 Hwy.
177A Bonifay, Fla.
Registration begins at
9 a.m. and ride will
being at 10 a.m.
For more
information contact
Carol Solomon at
850-547-3159 or
Martha Willsey at
850-547-1754.
Additional event
details: ride, dinner,
auction, prizes and'
split the pot drawing.
Registration fee; \
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BONIFAY Bonifay's Down
Home Street Festival will kick off
March 19 with Picking in the Park
at Joe Middlebrooks Park; a con-
cert of Bluegrass and Southern
Gospel music, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The festival will continue with Jam-
min' in the Streets from 7:30 p.m. to
10 p.m. which will include local
youth artists/bands.


Entry to the festival is free.
The selection for Jammin' in
the Streets starts with Jayme Mi-
chael Bryan, a youth band from
Bonifay at 7:30 p.m.; 8 p.m. is Ali-
son, a solo artist from Chipley; 8:30
p.m. is Consumed, a youth band
from Bonifay; 9 p.m. is The Trees,
a youth band from Santa Rosa
Beach; and at 9:30 is Citizens on
Fire, a youth band from Bonifay.
Bonifay's Down Home Street


Festival officially starts March 20,
starting at 6:45 a.m. and runs all
day with a large variety of events
to choose from, including the Black
Eye Pea Cook-Off, the 5k Run/Walk
and Bike Ride, the Antique Car
Show and Truck Show, HCHS Cho-
rus/Drama, Square Dancing; the
Kountry Folk Kloggers; Tae Kwon
Do, Jayme Michael Bryan; Ste-
verson Brothers; Calvary Broth-
ers & School of Dance; Dancing in


the Streets.
Teams of up to four members
are invited to the Black Eye Pea
Cook-Off. Also there will be a
horseshoe pitching competition
with awards. For more information
on Bonifay's Down Home Street
festival visit their official Web site
at www.bonifaystreetfestival.com;
applications for the events are also
available on the Web site under
"applications."


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Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Wedding and ENGAGEMENTS


Curt Williams of
Graceville announces
the engagement and
forthcoming marriage of his
daughter, Whitney Marie
Williams, to Thomas Keith
Brooks, son of Tony and
Carol Brooks of Perry.
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are Mr. and'
Mrs. Billy Joe Williams
of Graceville. Great-
grandparents are the late
Mr. and Mrs. Earlston
Williams of Graceville and
the late Mr and Mrs. Bea
Nelson of Chipley. Mother
of the bride-elect is Terry
Williams of Chipley.
Grandparents of
prospective groom are
Carolyn DuBose and the
late John T. DuBose and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Brooks Sr.
Whitney is a 2005


graduate from Holmes
County High School and
will graduate in 2010 from
Florida State University
with a bachelor of science
degree in secondary math.
Keith is a 1999 graduate
from Taylor County
High School and a 2005
graduate from Florida
State University with a
bachelor of science degree
in mechanical engineering.
He is employed as a Facility
Manager with Martin
Electronics.
The ceremony is
Saturday, March 27, at
4 p.m. at New Home Baptist
Church, 405 East Hampton
Springs Ave., Perry. A
reception will immediately
follow. All family and friends
are cordially invited to
attend.


Anthony Joel Pate and
Ashley Nichole Joyner
would like to announce,
their engagement and
upcoming marriage.
Anthony is the son of
Clint and Alice Pate of
Graceville. Ashley is the
daughter of Steve Joyner
of Chipley and Brinda
Joyner of Bonifay.
Grandparents of the.
bride-elect are Bonnie
Holley of Alford and
the late Alfred Holley
of Chipley and Juanita
Nelson and the late
Charlie Nelson of Chipley
and Leo Joyner of
Greenhead.
The prospective'
groom is the grandson
of Joel and Shirley Pate


of Chipley and the late
Paul and Loise Graham
of Chipley.
Ashley is a 2006
graduate of Chipley High
School. She is currently
employed with the
Jackson County Health
Department. Anthony
is a 2001 graduate of
Chipley High School
and a 2007 graduate of
the University of West
Alabama.
The ceremony will
take place April 24 at
6 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist
Church. A reception will
follow at the National
Guard Armory.
All friends and family
of the bride and groom
are invited to attend.


Scott and Kim Barfield
of Marianna and Jeff
and Diane Phillips of
Jacksonville announce
the engagement and forth
coming marriage of their
daughter, Haley Brooke
Barfield-Phillips, to David
Ray Worley, son of Jimmiy
and Ellen Worley of Chipley.
Grandparents of the
bride-elect are Gayle and
Patsey Duce of Marianna
and the late John Spitzer of
Pigeon Forge, Tenn.; Monk
and Kathryn Barfield of
Grand Ridge; and Martha
Phillips of Jacksonville.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Fay Beale
and the late Ray Beale of
Chipley and Jimmy and.
Maryann Worley of Chipley.


She is a 2008 graduatelof
Marianna High School and
will receive her bachelors
degree in elementary
education in 2011. She .
is currently employed
by Chipola College. He
is a 2007 graduate of
Chipley High School and
is currently employed at
the Lewis Bear Company
in Ebro and is pursuing a
degree in music education.
The ceremony will take
place July 31,2010, at 2 p.m.
at the Christian Center
church in Marianna. A
reception will immediately
follow at the Agriculture
Center on Hwy 90. All
friends and family of the
bride and groom are
cordially invited to attend.


Criminal justice
program
CHIPLEY -The Criminal
Justice Program at the
Washirigton-Holmes
Technical Center will
be offering their Basic
Recruit Corrections
Academy as both day
and night classes.
Orientation/registration
will be March 22, 2010.
Day classes begin April
12 and night classes begin
April 21. Students that
successfully complete the
training program will be
eligible to become Florida
certified correctional
officers with an average
starting salary of
approximately $30,000 a
year in this area.
In order to spread
the cost of the academy
over two semesters
Washington-Holmes
Technical Center now
offers a "pay by the


semester" option.
Both the day and night
academies meet four days
a week (Mondays through
Thursday) instead of
the traditional five day'
academies. This allows
students more flexibility
to work, conduct business
and spend time with their
families.
For more information
stop by the Technical
Center or call Greg
Hutching, Scott Curry,
or Brandon Stevenson at
638-1180.

Bridge-A-Rama
scores
CHIPLEY The following
are the results of the
February playing periods'
for the 2009-10 Bridge-A-
Rama group..
*For the Feb. 1-15
games: High Score 4430
,Marjorie Sangaree and
Nell Roberts; Runner-up


3800 Ed Wood and Fred
Lavender.
*For the Feb. 15-28
games: High Score 3120
Jan and Steve Mason;
Runner-up 3100 Jeanne
and Fred Lavender.

Alzheimer's monthly
support group
CHIPLEY Covenant
Hospice offers a free
monthly Alzheimer's
support group for
caregivers at the
Washington County
Council on Aging, located
at 1438 South Blvd. at
10:00 a.m. on the third
Thursday of every month.
Those who attend will
have the opportunity to
explore their emotions
ifi a safe and caring
environment.
The Alzheimer's
Caregiver Support Group
provides emotional
support and education


for family and loved ones
that have been affected by
someone with Alzheimer's
disease.
The first meeting will
be on Thursday, March
18. The support'group
is free but registration
is required, and light
refreshments will be
served. To register or for
additional information,
call January McKeithan
at 850-482-8520 or 888-817-
2191.
Free care for'your
loved one provided by
Facility Based Respite
Center on-site. For this
service during group
meeting or any other time,
call Vivian McDonald at
638-6216.

NSDAR meets
MARIANNA On
Monday, March 15, -
Chipola Chapter, National -
Society of the Daughters


of the American
Revolution will meet for
a Dutch treat luncheon at
11:00 a.m. at Jim's Buffet
& Grill. A genealogy
program will be presented
by member Mary Ann
Flowers. Contact Ellen
Wright at footprints@
phonl.com-or 850-482-7685
for information.

Conference for
parents, teachers of
gifted students
DOTHAN, AL -The
second annual conference
for parents and teachers
of young, high-ability
students will be held at
Troy University's Dothan
Campus on Saturday,
March 27, from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. inside the Michelin
Room in the Library/
Technology Building.
The free event is
See BRIEFS R3


RAY RECEIVES

HONORS
WEST POINT, N.Y.
Cadet Geoff Ray,
grandson of Ralph
and Marlene Ray.
of Chipley, has
been named to the
Dean's List for
the Fall Semester
(August through
December) at
the U.S. Military
Academy.
To earn this
distinction, a cadet
must maintain
a 3.0 average
in all courses.
Ray graduated
from Jamestown
High School,
Williamsburg, VA.,
in 2008 and will be
commissioned a
second lieutenant in
the U.S. Army upon
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Ministry NEWS


Gospel sing
BONIFAY Oak Grove Pentecostal announces their
monthly bluegrass gospel sing, March 12 at 7 p.m. with
host group Straight and Narrow Bluegrass and special
guest Lighthouse String Ensemble. Oak Grove is located
two miles north of Hwy. 2 on County 179, Bonifay. For more
information call 334-588-6052 or e-mail sandnbgrass@
alaweb.com.

Macedonia Church benefit
PONCE DE LEON There will be a benefit sing at Mace-
donia Church on Hwy 181C, between Westville and Ponce
de Leon. Special singers will be Randy and Patti Simmons
from Navarre. The benefit will be March 27 at 7 p.m. Re-
freshments will be served in the fellowship hall after the
sing. For more information call 850-836-4483, 850-373-3109
or 850-419-0429.

Teen Challenge car wash
BONIFAY Tired of the green glow over your car and all
the mud this wet time of year? The boys of West Florida
Teen Challenge are back to host their regular car washes,
for donations where all proceeds go directly to missions
for the Teen Challenge Center as they take several trips
overseas annually and many trips throughout the US.
Look for them locally around Bonifay and get your car
washed. After your car is washed, you will leave with a
clean car and blessings from the students, volunteers and
staff.

Lee University Symphonic Band
BETHLEHEM The Lee University Symphonic Band of
Cleveland, Tenn. will be appearing at Carmel Assembly of
God located at 1485 Carmel Church Road in Bethlehem
on Sunday, March 14 at 6 p.m. This group is the premier
touring instrumental performance ensemble at the Uni-
versity.
The group has performed at leading churches across
America, as well as at National seminars and conferences
They have been featured twice at the Christian Instru-
mentalists and Directors Association National confer-
ences and the Atlanta Instrumental Expo conference, the
largest church instrumental music Conference in Ameri-
ca, and have appeared on television and radio.


BRIEFS from page B2


sponsored by the College
of Education and is aimed
at helping parents and
teachers better meet the
needs of gifted students
in kindergarten through
second grade.
The conference
presenters will provide,
information on the
recommended books,
games, toys, and
activities that parents
can use at home and ways
that teachers can easily
differentiate instruction
to extend and enrich
the curriculum for high-
ability students. Seating is
limited. Pre-registration
is required and will be on
a first-come, first-served
basis. To register, call
334-983-6556, extension
1351 or vmorin@troy.edu.
Lunch and refreshments
will be provided.

Miss Bonifay
Pageant
BONIFAY The Bonifay
Pageant Committee
presents the annual Little
Miss, Junior Miss and
Miss Bonifay Pageant
on Saturday, April 17.
The Little Miss division
is for any girl in the first
grade and the Junior Miss
division is for girls in the
8th, 9th or 10th grade.
Miss Bonifay
contestants must be at
least 17 years of age by
Oct. 1. All girls interested


in entering the pageant
were required to attend
an informational Mother/
Daughter social on that
was held Tuesday, March
9 at 5:30 at the Holmes
County
The Little Miss and
Miss Bonifay queens
are eligible to enter the
National Peanut Festival
Pageant in Dothan, Ala.
Also, the Miss Bonifay
queen will receive a $1200
educational scholarship.
This year marks the 50th
anniversary of the Little
Miss Bonifay division. All
former Little Miss Bonifay
queens are especially
invited to attend this
year's pageant and will
be admitted free and
recognized at the pageant.
For further information
about this year's pageant,
call Lynn Marshall at
Holmes County High
School or Tami Parish at
Bonifay Middle at 547-
2678.

Seeking artwork
for display at
Legends and Lore
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Arts Council is seeking
participation in the
Legends and Lore event
to be held at Falling
Waters State Park April
16 and 17. Legends and
Lore organizers are
looking for a few artists


interested in displaying
and selling their artwork.
They are looking for
artwork that depicts
nature setting, regional
animals and plants,
homesteads, farihs or
any artwork that would
promote local, natural
and cultural history of the
area. Anyone interested
in displaying artwork
should contact Amy
Sweeney at '415-1636 or
amysweeney2005@yahoo.
com.

Tax assistance
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging '
and AARP will be taking
appointments for the
2009-2010 tax season.
Tax returns will be
prepared each Monday
from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.
through March 15. Then
each Monday morning


from 8 a.m. until noon
beginning March 22
through April 12. Please
call the Washington
County Council on Aging
at 638-6216 or 638-6217 to
schedule an appointment.

Quit Smoking
Now classes
CHIPLEY Are you
ready to quit smoking
now? Attend the class
and support group: Quit
. Smoking Now. Meeting
at 12 p.m. on Wednesdays
at the North Florida
Community Hospital
Education Room. There
is no cost to attend.
Individual counseling is
available by appointment
free of charge. Free
NRT available for class
participants.
Call Doreen Freer, RN.
at 850-415-8198 for more
information.


Yates to speak at CRAA meeting

Special to Extra

BONIFAY-Ken Yates,4organist and
educator, will be the featured speaker
at the monthly meeting of the Chipola
Regional Arts Association (CRAA) on
Tuesday, March 16, at noon at the First
Baptist Church of Bonifay, located at
311 N. Waukesha Street. Yates will be
speaking on the "History of the Organ."
In addition, members of the Holmes
County High Chorus will be performing.
CRAA members, guests and community
members are invited to attend a
Dutch-treat luncheon buffet at Simbo's
Restaurant at 2005 Waukesha St. prior to
the noon meeting.
Persons wishing to eat lunch are asked
to meet at the restaurant between 11:15-
11:30 for a fellowship lunch followed by
the program at the church.
Yates has served as organist at First
Baptist, Bonifay, for over 55 years having
begun playing at the age of 14. He is
retired from the Holmes County School
District having served as principal of
Poplar Springs High School and principal
of Bonifay Elementary School.
The public is invited and encouraged
to attend. For more information, contact
Kathryn Treadwell, 850-547-3526 SPECIAL TO EXTRA


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Tickets are now on sale for the Chipola College production of "Bye Bye
Birdie,"' set for March 10-14. The show runs nightly at 7:30 p.m., and a
Sunday matinee runs at 2 p.m. Tickets-$7 for adults and $5 for 18 and
under-are available in-the Business Office. Pictured are Aven Pitts as'Albert
Peterson and Kyndall Covington as Rose Alvarez. For ticket information, call
718-2220.


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The 23rd French reunion will be who recently passed.
Sunday, March 21,2010, from 11 a.m. Friends, family and all relatives are
until 3 p.m. Come be a part of your family welcome to attend and be part of your
heritage at the Bonifay Ag Center, located history. For more information contact
on Hwy 90, one mile East of Bonifay. committee members: Sidney J. Johnson
This year's event will celebrate the at 850-528-3702, Kathy (Barnes) Kersey at
23rd year of the French'reunion with a 850-547-3393 or Marcy (French) Smith at
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Time for America to show that in God we trust Ministry

I had a conversa- is such a great effort to Verse 17 says that only took them to God to be our provider in hard NEIW S
tion last week in prayer stop Christians from through the end of that year ... times only leads to slavery. Yes!
meeting as we prayed for praying and not others, is "But the famine wasn't over, That's the only reason govern- Reality Hall
teachers in general, espe- because the world knows was it? So the next year, the ment.wants to be our provider coming to Vernon
cially those in Santa Rosa and has seen the power people came before Pharaoh and is to also become our master?" Vernn
County. The ACLU wants .. of prayer when God's admitted they had nothing left, Then he closed with this prayer, VERNON The second
to put a complete stop to ^' ."'' church begins to pray in except their land and their own "Lord, You alone are worthy to annual Reality Hall pro-
school teachers in Santa the name of Jesus Christ. lives. 'There is nothing left in the be served, and we.rely on You, gram is on Saturday, April
Rosa County and through- FROM THE We are living in dif- sight of my lord but our bodies and You alone. We confess that 3 beginning at 6 p.m.
out America praying to HEART ficult times but instead and our land. Why should we die the government is not our deliv- The program at the
Jesus Christ, even in their Tim Hall of turning to and trusting before your eyes, both we and erer, and never rightly will be. Vernon Community Center
personal time. Yet, it's OK God, America seems to our land? Buy us and our land for We read in the eighth chapter of will be put on by local vol-
for Muslims to pray at their ap- want to trust government, much food, and we with our land will be 1 Samuel, when Samuel warned unteers. The first Reality
pointed times, even if it interrupts like the children of Israel in Gen- servants to Pharaoh' (the govern- the people of what a ruler would Hall last October drew 380
classroom time. esis 47. Though it's been almost ment). So they sold themselves do, where it says 'And in that day to the hall.
The same thing seems to be 4,000 years, and it's happened into slavery, in return for grain." you will cry out because of your The event featured skits
happening in large chain stores. many times since then, it seems People in Washington D.C. say king, whom you have chosen for and displays showing the
A Muslim, or people of other reli- we have not learned our lesson. we need socialized medicine to go yourselves, but the LORD will consequences of making
gions, will be hired after specify- I received an e-mail with a along with socialized retirement not answer you in that day.' And wrong decisions and a
ing that because of their religious thought from a preacher in Vir- and schools, as the government Lord, we acknowledge that day strong Christian message
beliefs they cannot work on cer- ginia. He said that in Genesis 47, has bought controlling interest in has come.... Lord, we pray for of salvation and redemp-
tain days or times, but if a Chris- "we see that economic hard times the major automobile manufac- this nation. We pray for revival tion.
tian puts on their application that fell upon Egypt, and the people turers and banks. I do not under- and we pray for deliverance from Organizer Joe'lle Fondo
they need Sunday or Saturday off turned to the government of Pha- stand why so many people want those who would be our masters., said the event is directed
to observe their beliefs, they will raoh to deal with this for them. things to change, because I have Give us hearts to seek You and toward parents and youth
not be hired. Pharaoh nationalized the grain yet to meet a person who has hands to serve You, and protect age 12 years of age and
People in government offices, harvest, and placed the grain in not received medical care in the Your people from the atrocities over.
especially in Washington D.C., are great storehouses that he had United States when they needed ,of Pharaoh's government. In God Those attending the up-
constantly yelling about separa- built. it. They have received the best We Trust." coming event will enjoy re-
tion of church and state, yet they ."So the people brought their in the world. I can say that about This message has been freshments in the cafeteria
"allow the most outrageous reli- money to Pharaoh, like a great our medical care because I've brought to you "From the Heart and then travel in groups
gion to be taught in our so called tax increase, and gave it all to seen the socialized medicine in of Tim Hall", "timothyjhallU.org", through the halls, including
public schools atheism under him willingly in return for grain, the United Kingdom; it is scary. I Senior Pastor, Gully Springs "Meth Hall," "Coke Hall"
the title of evolution. And with the This went on until their money understand why leaders from so- Baptist Church, P.O. Box 745, and a room about sexual
passage of the Hate Crime Bill, it ran out and they were hungry cialized country come to America 2824 Highway 90 West, Bonifay, abuse, and view several
even can be considered illegal for again. So when they went to Pha- for their medical needs; they de- Florida 32425. Located three skits. A mock car wreck
preachers to preach from certain raoh after that, they brought their sire to live. miles west of the light at High- will be in front of the com-
passages of the Bible. livestock their cattle, their The preacher from Virginia way 79, 850-547-3920 and author munity center.
In our discussion, it was horses, their sheep, and their put it well as he said, "That turn- of "Church Go 7bTo Hell! Please?" For more information
brought up that the reason there donkeys to barter for grain. ing to the government instead of e-mail: timhall_2000@yahoo.com. call 535-4139..




Houses of WORSHIP


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Larry Brown.
New Bethel'AME: U.S. 90 in Bonifay.
Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME: 3816 Clemmons
Road, Vernon. Service on first and third
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev.
Leon Singleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe.
Sheffield Road, Chipley. Pastor is the
Rev. Roy Hudson.
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson
Community Road, Vernon Service on
second and fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
Pastor is the Rev Leon Singleton.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 1009 S.
Waukesha St. Pastor is John Chance.
Carmel Ascembly of God: County
160 in the Bethlehem Community. Pastor
is Tommy Moore.
Cords of Love Assembly of God:
2060 Bethlehem Road in the Kynesville
area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: State 79
South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School.
Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Graceville First Assembly of God:
5565 Brown St. Pastor is Charles
Jackson.
Lighthouse Assembly of God: 1201
S. Waukesha St. (State 79), Bonifay.
Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday services
11 a.m. and 6 p.m., every second
Wednesday fellowship supper. Pastor is
Michael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
Highway 173, six miles north of Bonifay.
Pastor is the Rev. Ben Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Highway 177-A north of Bonifay. Pastor
is Danny Carnley.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Highway
179-A off Highway 2. Pastor Thomas
Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God'
Highway 179-A, eight miles north of
Westville. Pastor is the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Highway 280
at Hinson's'Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
Jenkins.
New Life Fellowship Assembly of
God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley. Pastor Vince
Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles north of
Bonifay. The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor.
Noma Assembly of God: 1062 Tindel
St., Noma. Pastor is Jerry Leisz.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N. Rangeline St., across from
Bonifay Elementary Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Highway 177-A. Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God Church.
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God- Highway
77. Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Highway
181 North. Pastor is Lavon Burke
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
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-mile off Highway 81 Pastor is
David Hidle
Blue Lake Baptist Southeast corner
S'/here 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on
thin lake
Bonifay First Baptist 311 N
Waukesha. Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Borjifay Free Will Bajil.t: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street
Pastor is Tirn Schreidler
Caryville Baptist 4217 Old Bonifay
Road Pastor Aubrey lfi n dorl
Chipley First Baptl,,t 13' 0 r outlh
Blvd Pastor in Michael Orrr
Chipley First Free Will Rapltat.
1387 South Blvd Pastor is Ben I lull
East Pittman Frenwill Baptist half-
mile north of Highway 2 on 179. Eastside


Baptist: Highway 277, Vernon.
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N. Highway
79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist:
Westville.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks:
574 Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast
of Chipley off Orange
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980
Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor
is the Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249
Highway 179. Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles
west of Bonifay on Highway 90. Pastor
Tim Hall. t
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory Hill
Road (Highway 181 N), Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chipley
Holyneck Missionary Baptist'
3395 Cemetery Lane, Campbellton.
Pastor Richard Peterson Sr.
. Jerusalem Missionary Baptist:
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson
is pastor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is located
in northwest Holmes County. Pastor is
Stacy Stafford,
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale.
Pastor is Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
1233 Old BonifayRoad, Chipley. Pastor
is Dr. H.G. McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist: .
Highway 2, one mile west of Highway 79
in Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049
Sanders Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Rudolph Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist:
James Paulk Road off Highway 177.
Pastor James Carnley.
New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
Greenwood
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford
Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist.,761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor is Kermit
Soilleau.
New Zion Baptist: Highway 177-A
north of Highway 2.
Noma Baptist: Highway 175 north of
Highway 2
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon
Pastor is Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist. Corner of
Orange Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads,
southeast of Chipley.
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east
of Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485
Gainer Road. Pastor is Phillip Gainer.
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
816 Sunday Road, Chipley. Pastor is the
Rev, James Johns.
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
1783 Piney Grove Road, south of
Chipley Pastor is Tim Owen
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist:
1900 Pleasant Hill Road
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist. Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville Pastor is
John Howell
St. John Free Will Baplist: 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 Baptist: Church located on
Highway 277, three miles south of
Highway 90 in Chipley.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist. 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev
Marcellous Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist Highway 177,
a mile south of Highway 2 Pastor is
Maurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist' 3274 River Rond,
Hinson's Crossroads Pastor is lIindsey
Martin
Vernon First Baptist. 2888 Church
St., Vernon
Wausau First Baptist Highway 77.


The Pastor is Chris Burghoff.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W. Indiana
Ave.
Catholic
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Highway
177-A in Bonifay.
St. Joseph The Worker Catholic
Church, Hwy. 77 in Chipley. Mass is held
Tuesday at 9 a.m. and Sundays at 11
a.m. Early bird bingo begins at 6:30
p.m. on Tuesdays, followed by regular
games at 7 p.m. For more information,
call 850-638-7654 Tuesdays and
Thursday between 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
St. Theresa Catholic Church: Sunny
Hills Boulevard, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295
Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is minister.
Esto Church of Christ: 1247 N.
Highway 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey.
Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T Powell.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of God:
Highway 77 South. Pastor is Victor
Fisher.
Church of God in Christ
Spirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
2128 Pate Pond Road, Caryville. Pastor
is Elder Tony Howard.
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of
God in Christ. 739 Seventh St. (next to
the National Guard Armory) in Chipley.
Pastor is. David Woods Jr.
Church of God in Prophecy
New Bayview Church of God of
Prophecy: 1097 New Bayview Church
Road, Bonifay. Pastor Sylvia Foskey.
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386 W.
Jackson Ave., Chipley Pastor is Ernest
Dupree
Episcopal
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Highway 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179.
Pastors are the Rev. Norman and Judy
Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness' 105 Corbin
Road, Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608 W. Eighth
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
Islam
Masid Dawah, 800 E. Highway 90,
Bonifay. Dr. M. Yunis, 547-4284.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: 2048 Highway 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses. Highway 90, Bonifay.
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City. *
Lutheran
Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
Bonifay Interim pastor is Jerry Conley
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 from Bonifay,
Lakeview United Methodist: Highway
279 near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive. Pastor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational Methodist:
Just off Highway 2 in Holmes County's
New Hope community. Pastor is the Rev.
Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist:
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist: North
of Ponce de Leon off Highway 81 (look
for sign).
Pleasant Grove United Methodist'
2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Crossroads
Poplar Head United Methodist 1.5
miles north of Highway 2 on Highway
163
Red HillI Unied Methodist. Slate
Road 2, two milos west of SR 79. Pasloi
is the Rev Buddy Pennington
Vernon United Methodist Church;
35,10-A Main St., Vernon; 535-2655;
Pastor Steve McCoy.
Wausau United Methodist: Highway
77.


Pentecostal
Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley.
Pastor is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant
Pastor is Evangelist B. Snipes. '
First United Pentecostal: 1816
Highway 90 W., Chipley. Pastor is James
Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor
Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Highway 179-A,.Westville. Pastor is Ray
Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Willoughby
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis
D. Brown.
Turning Point First United
Pentecostal: Highway 90 West. Chipley
Pastor is James Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick.
Presbyterian
Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth
Kelley.
Seventh-day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Other
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
Assembly: 3253 Highway 2. Pastor is
Bbbby Tidwell.
Bonifay Bible 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.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Road. Pastor is Devon Richter.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev.
Teddy Joe.Blas.
Caryville Etvangelistic Center: Wright's
Creek Road in Caryville, just north of
Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne Brannon.
Christian Fellowship Center, 1458
Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley, Pastor
is Isaac Harmon.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau, Pastor Carlos Finch
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, North Ride, Bonifay, FL
32425: 850-547-1254 or 850-547-4557
Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua Bowen
Chipley'Ward: Bishop Charles Munns
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach.
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
Hagan.
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton Road,
Chipley Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley Pastor is Joey
Robbins.
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Alford at 1772
Macedonia Road. Pastor is James
Vickery.
Faith Covenant Fellowship. Highway
277 half-mile south of 1-10.
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock Hill
Church Road.
Grace & Glory Worship Center. 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
Williams.
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worley.
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
Pastors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
House of Prayer Worship Center:
763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B.
McKinnie.
Liberty Church' Creek Road in
Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Moss Hill Church' Second and fourth
Sunday, 2 p.m. Off Highway 279
New Effort Church New Effort
Church Road, Bonifay Pastor is Brent
Jones.
New Faith lTemple Church of Prayer
FFA.P.: 841 Orange lill Road, Chipley;
638-4982; Pastor Annie Holmnes.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 I lghway 77 (meets Sundays at
6 p m. lor Bible study) Pastor is Fred
King.
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Ribtins Bridge
Road, Bonifay. 32425 Pastors B.T
Owens and James BtS;h


The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Smith.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Road,
Chipley. Just 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the Rev. S. J.
Cunningham.
Spirit and the Bride Harvest


Ministries, 2059 Highway 177, Bonifay,
FL 32425, Pastors Mike and Debbie
Sasser; 850-373-7712.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Highway
S77. Pastor is William E. Holman.
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
Jeanne Steele.


"There is therefore now no condemnation to them which
are in Christ Jesus. "Romans 8:1


The key to living a
victorious Christian
life is to discover who
you are in Christ.
Many Christians have
.* never discovered this.
.;.. They remind me of
the man who had an
identity problem and an energy crisis at the same time.
He didn't know who he was and he was too tired to find
out.
God doesn't work from the outside in. He works from
the inside out. God doesn't modify our behavior in
order to change us. He changes us in order to modify
our behavior.
You're never going to purify the water by painting
the pump. That's legalism, and that's a dead end to
discovering, who you are in Christ.
Take God's Word and find the" phrase "in Christ." As
you find phrases that apply to your life, write those
down. Begin with phrases such as "no condemnation"
now that you are "in Christ."






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Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser [Washington County News I B5


Wallace Robert Come-
gys, 85, died at his home in*
the Oakie Ridge Community,
Feb. 23,2010. He was for-
merly of St. Davids, Pa., and
has lived in Seagrove Beach
and Chipley since 2006. He
was born Sept. 28, 1924 in
Wilmington, Del., to the late
Charles Percy Comegys
and the late Louise Mildred
(Wallace) Comegys. He
was a World War II Army
Air Force veteran, member
of the Caterpillar Club,
alumnus of the University
of Delaware, and retired as
Northeast Regional Devel-
opment Manager for Rohmn
& Haas Company with 35
years of service.
He is survived by his wife
Genie (Johnson) Comegys
and three daughters, Carla
J. Comegys, Smyrna, Ga.,
Karen A. Comegys (Robert
W Schuler Jr.), Breinigsville,
Pa. and Kathryn L. Come-

Virginia'
Virginia Strickland Phil-
lips, 63, of Bonifay died
Feb. 26,2010 at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
She was born July 20, 1946
in Caryville to the late John
Thomas and Pearlie Mills
Strickland.
In addition to her par-
ents, she is preceded in
death by her husband,
James Daniel Phillips; two
brothers, Buddy Strickland
and EJ. Strickland; and one
sister, Ouida Quick.
She is survived by four
daughters, Melissa Smith
and husband, Roy Hires
of Bonifay, Vicki Cooper
of Bonifay, Kimberly Rob-
inson and husband, Stacy
of Dothan, Ala., Stephanie
Stanford of Marianna; five
grandchildren; one great-
grandchild; three brothers,


Larry Eugene Glover,
70 of Westville died Feb.
28, 2010 at his residence
in. Westville. Born Dec. 8,
1939 in Galveston, Texas
he was the son of the late
Harry Glover and the late
Lenora O'Berry Glover.
He retired from the U.S.
Air Force as a master
sergeant, then worked
with the Florida Depart-
ment of Corrections,
where he retired, and
with the Holmes County
Sheriff's Department and
the Bonifay Police De-
partment.
He is survived by his
wife Sylvia Hudson Glov-
er; sons, Larry Glover Jr.
and wife Marci of Bonifay
and Garry Glover and
wife Christa of Johnson's


EL. Canington, 82, for-
mally of Chipley, died Feb.
24, 2010 in Mobile, Ala. He
was born Aug. 20, 1927 in
Youngstown. He spent his
last moments at Provi- .
dence Hospital, in Mobile,
Ala., surrounded by loved
ones
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Minnie Mae (McAdams)
Canington and Fred Can-
ington.
He is survived by-his
wife, Earlene, whom he
had been married to for
58 years; five children, An-
nette (Larry) Callender of
Pascagoula, Miss., Michael
(Angie) Canington of Har-
lem, Ga., Cathy (Timothy)

Hunter A.
Hunter Alfred Gingrich
died Feb. 20, 2010 at Mercy
Hospital in Cadillac, Mich.
He is survived by his
parents Alan and Melissa
Gingrich of Leroy, Mich.;
brothers Lester Gin-
grich, Charleston, S.C.,
Joey Gingrich, Leroy and
Bobby Drew Jackson of
Cottondale; sister Jessica
Jackson of Cottondale;
grandparents Alan Gin-
grich of Leroy, and Patti


Justin Allin Sadler, 14, of
Caryville died on Feb. 26, 2010, at
his residence in Caryville. He was
born Nov. 14, 1995 in Belle Glades,
he was the son of Charles Sadler
and Beatrice Patrone Sadler.


gys, Paoli, Pa.; twin sister
Ann Haupt, St. Louis, Mo.;
step-brother William (Relva)
Reign, Hockessin, Del.;
step-sister, Janet Upton,
Reading, Pa.; sister-in-law,
Lola Yerby, Seagrove Beach;
three brothers-in-law, Jim
(Elaine) Johnson, Opp, Ala.,
Tom (Lorraine) Johnson,
Chipley and Ralph (Gladys)
Johnson, Chipley;, 23 nieces
and nephews; 34 great-niec-
es and nephews; and five
great-great-nephews.
Services were held at
Oakie Ridge BaptistChurch
March 6, with the Rev. Pete
Hyde of Santa Rosa Com-
munity Church and the Rev.
Shane Hardesty of Oakie
Ridge Baptist Church of-
ficiating. Memorial contribu-
tions may be given to Em-
erald Coast Hospice at, 4374
Lafayette St., Marianna, FL
32446 or 1419A Racetrack
Road, Fort Walton, FL 32547.

S. Phillips
Clarence Carrol of Panama
City, Okley Strickland of
Bonifay, Oneal Strickland
of Panama City; six sisters,
Teen Steverson of Bonifay,
Mutt Wood of Bonifay, Mary
Ann Berry of Bonifay, Kath-
leen Keith of Palatka, Ola
Griffin of Noma arid Owene
Laird of Gleendale; several
nieces and nephews; four
stepsons, James, Albert,
Jimmy and Samuel; four.
stepdaughters, Patricia, Re-
gina, Annie and Mary; nu-
merous step-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held March 1, 2010 at
Church of Jesus Christ
in Caryville, with the Rev.
Edward Williams officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the Caryville City Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Creek, Wis.; daughter,
Teresa Johnson and hus-
band Doug of Westville;
brother, Thomas Glover
and wife Catherine, of
La Marque, Texas; eight
grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren; and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were
held at Sims Funeral
Home Chapel with the
Rev. Christopher Nelson
and the Rev. Dennis Lee.
officiating followed by
military honors provided
by the Hurlbert Field
unit of the USAF Honor
Guard. Interment fol-
lowed in the Hudson Hill
Cemetery, Westville with
Sims,Funeral Home,
Bonifay directing.


Evans of Wetumpka, Ala.,
Kenneth (Laurie) Caning-
ton of Nampa, Idaho and
Donna (Sonny) Poley of
Mobile; five sisters; Voncile
McNeil, St. Louis, Mo.,
Ruth Booth, Chipley, Betty
(Terry) Hodgson, Jack-
sonville, Virginia (Robert)
Drake, Chipley and Nancy
(Warren) Dixon of Augus-
ta, Ga.; 14 grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchildren
and numerous nieces and
nephews.
He was a U.S. Navy
World War II veteran, and
was buried in the Biloxi
National Cemetery, Biloxi,
Miss., with military hon-
ors. Graveside were held
March 4, 2010.

Gingrich
Owens of Cadillac, Elmer
and Mardelyn Tharp of
Compass Lake, and Patri-
cia Davis and Steve Mullis
of Chipley; grandmothers
Marie Reiter of Cadillac,
Willie Myrl Davis of Cot-
tondale and Lucille Tharp
of Marianna; and many
aunts, uncles and cousins.
He will be laid to rest
with a private family cer-
emony at Maple Hill Cem-
etery in Leroy.


Obituaries


Lee Strickland, 46, of
Winter Park, a Civil Engi-
neer employed by PBS&J,
died while on assignment
in Haiti during the devas-
tating earthquake on Jan.
12, 2010.
He was a teacher and
mentor to the sixth grade
Sunday school class at the
First Baptist Church in
Winter Park. He had many
engineering accomplish-
ments across the state,
and had begun interna-
tional opportunities with
his employer, PBS&J.
Dedicated to the com-
munity, he served on city
boards, homeowners as-
sociations and chaired the
United Way campaigns for
several years at PBS&J.
He is survived by his
loving wife, Jean and
daughter Kailey; his
mother and father, Faye
and Leroy Sr. of Chipley;


Euel Baxley, 83, of
Graceville died, March 3,
2010 at the Campbellton-
Graceville Hospital. Born
in Columbus, Ga. He was
a U.S. Navy World War
II veteran and member
of the American Legion.
He retired from the U.S.
Postal Service in Gracev-
ille following 25 years. A
devoted Sunday School
teacher for many years,
he had a love for the Lord
and the Bible.
He was preceded in
death by his parents Er-
nest C. and Bernice De-
nard Baxley; sister Anice
Rhodes; and brother R.C.
Baxley.
Survived by his beloved
wife of 63 and a half years
Colleen Corbitt Baxley;
four children Cheryl Hat-


Brenda Lynn Smith,
59, of Bonifay died Feb. 26,
2010 at her home. She was
born Dec. 9,1950 in Grand
Rapids, Mich.
She was preceded in
death by her father, Buster
. Keeton and mother, Vir-
ginia Williams.
She is survived by
her three grandchildren;
former husband and best
friend, Jerry Smith of West-
ville; daughter, Dana Park-
er and husband, Matthew
of Bonifay; best friend, Sam
Papastathis of Atlanta;
brother, Jimmy Keeton of
Texas; brothers and sister-


Gene Brown, 89, died
March 2, 2010.,She was
born in Chipley and was
raised in Leesburg. She
attended Shorter Colldge,
then returned to Leesburg
where she raised her fam-
ily. She later retired to
Chipley where she enjoyed
her home on Crystal Lake.
She moved to Vonore,
Tenn. in 2000, then to Bir-
mingham, Ala., where she
resided for the past three
years at Mount Royal Tow-
ers.
She is survived by her


Justin A. Sadler
Surviving are brothers, Rob-
ert Sadler of Graceville, Charles
Sadler of Okeechobee, John
Sadler of Bonifay, Mike Sadler of
Okeechobee, and Tony Hicks of
Okeechobee; sisters, Elma Yates


his sisters Kaylon Booker
(James) of Pace and Alyse
De Lee (Spencer) of St.
Francisville, La.; and
brother Joe of Pensacola;
mother and father-in-law
Carol and Joe Buhler of
Casselberry; sister-in-law
Jennifer Eiland (Carlos)
of Winter Springs; broth-
er-in-law Joe Buhler Jr.
(Trish) of Perry; a special
aunt and uncle Shirley
and Dick LeBlanc of
Sharpsburg, Ga.; and nu-
merous nieces, nephews
and cousins.
Memorial donations
can to the First Baptist
Church of Winter Park
Haiti Relief fund or the
Lee Strickland Memorial
Fund at SunTrust bank in
Winter Park.
Memorial services
were held at the First
Baptist Church in Winter
Park on March 6, 2010.


field (Bob) of Eufaula, Ala.,
Steve Baxley (Brenda)
of Homosassa, Ramona
Housinan (Don). of Stuart
and Ken Baxley of Old Ho-
mosassa; three grandchil-
dren; two great-grandsons
and many friends.
Funeral services were
held March 5, 2010 at the
Chapel of James & Lip-
ford Funeral Home with
the Rev. Chester Padgett
and the Rev. Johnny Jones
officiating. Burial followed
in Damascus Cemetery
with military honors by
the U.S. Navy, James &
Lipford Funeral Home
in Graceville directing.
Those wishing may make
memorials to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette
St.,Suite C, Marianna, FL
32446.


Ruth Toole


. Ruth Toole, 74, died
March 3,2010 at the Camp-
bellton-Graceville Hospital.
She was born in Lynn
Haven on Feb. 6, 1936 to
the late Curtis and Mary
Marshall Cox. She was a
member of the First Bap-
tist Church of Campbellton.
She was preceded in
death by her husband Clea-
tus Toole, son Gary Monroe
Toole and grandson Nicho-
las Thweatt.
She is survived by one
son Richard Toole and wife
Patricia of Panama City;
three daughters, Charlotte
Zorn and husband Scott
of Springfield, Ill., Sandra
Crawford and husband Art
of Panama City, and Cheryl
Lunstrum and husband
Tom of Cocoa Beach; three


brothers Johnny and Jan-
ice Cox of Panama City,
Jack and Stephanie Cox
of Chipley and James and
Maudry Cox of West Bay;
nine grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
Funeral services were
held March 6, 2010 at the
First Baptist Church of*
Campbellton with the Rev.
Luther Puirphrey, the Rev.
Addis Habbard and the
Rev. Jackie Register of-
ficiating. Burial followed in
the church cemetery with
James & Lipford Flmuneral
Home in Graceville direct-
ing. In lieu of flowers fam--
ily request memorials be
made to the First Baptist
Church of Campbellton
PO. Box 232 Campbellton,
Florida 32426.


in-laws, Angus and Dollie
Gillis of Westville, Bud and
Cindy Smith of Atlanta,
Ga., James and Pat Smith
of Westville, Allen and
Linda Smith of Westville,
Kenny and SharonSmith
of Westville; several nieces
* and nephews; and her step-
father, Bee Williams.
Funeral services were
held, March 5,2010 at Ev-
ergreen Baptist Church
with the Rev. Mitch
Holsonback officiating.
Interment followed in the
Camp Ground Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


daughters Julie Wahnish
of Birmingham and Paige
Sturgis of Vero Beach;
seven grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
A memorial service was
held at Mount Royal Tow-
ers March 6, in Town Hall.
Memorial donations
may be made to All for One
Productions (a faith based
ministry), 908 Woodcreek
Drive, Ossian, IN 46777'or
New Vision United Meth-
odist Mission, 2661 Blocker
Church Road, Chipley, FL
32428.


of Okeechobee, Toyna Sweeting
of Bonifay and Tabitha Hicks of
Bonifay.
Memorialization was by cre-
mation with Sims Funeral Home,
Bonifay directing.


AlwysOnie 4N NO .CMI HILEPPER.O


Jack Phillip Cates, Jr. 64,
of Vernon, died March 2,2010
at his home in Vernon after a
long battle with cancer.
Jack was born to Jack
Phillip Cates Sr. and Garnett
Ford Cates Burleson Dec. 5,
1945 in Key West. He proudly
served his countryin the Air
Force during the Vietnam
era. After being stationed
at Tyndall Air Force Base,
he returned to this area in
1979. He worked offshore as
a hydraulic mechanic with
Chevron USA and owned his
own business, Cates Equip-
ment Company He was a
member of Eastside Baptist
Church of Vernon.
He is preceded in death
by his father, Jack P Cates
Sr.; and is survived by his
mother, Garnett Burleson;
his wife of 21 years, Pam


William Jennings "Bill"
Tiller, 84, of Liberty died Feb.
24,2010 at Covington County
Hospital, Collins, Miss.
He was born Dec. 24,1925
in Chipley to Dr. Byron and
Elizabeth McCrary Tiller. He
was a graduate of Chipley
High School, the Florida Law
Enforcement Academy and
attended Auburn University.
He was a retired wildlife
officer with the Florida
Game and Freshwater Fish
Commission with 30 years
of service. He was a former
commissioner for the town of
Lynn Haven, a board mem-
ber for Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative and a volunteer
at Southport Elementary-
School. He was a member of
Liberty Baptist Church and
sang with the Sweet Spirit
Singers and played the bells
until his health failed
During World War II, he
was a member of C Com-
pany, 347th Infantry Regi-
ment, 87th Infantry "Golden
Acorn" Division, a part of
Gen. George S. Patton's
.Third Army He participated
in fierce fighting in the Ar-
dennes, France, Rhineland
and Central Europe. He
was wounded and captured
near the French-Belgium
*border during the Battle of
the Bulge. He survived the
remainder of the war as a
German prisoner of war. For
his service to his country he
was awarded nine medals


Meta Narusevicius, 91, of
Sunny Hills died Feb. 26, 2010
in Mass. She was originally
from Kaunas, Lithuania. She
moved to America in 1961
from Wellington, New Zea-
land. She had lived in Sunny
Hills since 1986 coming from
Boston. She was a member of
St. Theresa Catholic Church
in Sunny Hills.
She was preceded in
death by her husband Petras
Narusevicius.


Cates; sons, Jack Phillip
Cates, mIl and Jason Cates;
stepdaughters, Niki Seley
and husband Allen and Al-
lison Brock- three grandchil-
dren; and three step-grand-
children.
Ftmeral services were
held March 4,2010 at East-
side Baptist Church in
Vernon with the Rev. Mike
Browning and the Rev.Mi-
chael Brock officiating. Inter-
ment followed in Vernon City
Cemetery with military hon-
ors. Donations can be made
in appreciation to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St.
Suite C, Marianna, FL 32446,
or in memory of Jack to
Florida Baptist Children's
Home, 8415 Bucklake Road,
Tallahassee, FL 32311 or the
Gideons, 224 Highway 273,
Chipley, FL 32428.


including the Combat In-
fantry Badge, Purple Heart,
Bronze Star and three major
battle stars, American Com-
bat Medal, Good Conduct
Medal, European-African
Medal, Eastern Campaign
Medal, World War II Victory
Medal and Ex-POW Medal.
In January 2010, the Republic
of France awarded him the
French Legion of Honor
Medal for his contribution
to the United States' deci-
sive role in the liberation of
France;during World War II.
He was preceded in death
by his parents; three sisters,
Tillie Murphy, Anne Wilson
and Mildred Woodworth; and
one brother, Paul Tiller.
Survivors include his wife,
Linda Causy Tiller of Liberty
Miss; a daughter Beth Tiller
Gann of Birmingham, Ala.;
two sons and daughters-in-
law, Blaine and Michele Tiller
of Crestview and Byron and
Brandie Tiller of Meridian,
Miss.; four grandsons; and
one sister, Mary Holt of Al-
bany, Ga.
Services were held at
Liberty Baptist Church, The
Rev. James Sadler and the
Rev Zac Smith officiateing.
Burial was at Terrell Cem-
etery, Jones Family Funeral
Services in charge of ar-
rangements.
Memorial donations may
be made to Liberty Baptist
Church or Baptist Children's
Village.


She is survived by her son
Kurt Koles of Topeka, Kan.;
daughter Lily Narusevicius-
of Manchester By The Sea,
Mass.; and two grandchil-
dren
Funeral services were
held March 5,2010 at St.
Theresa Catholic Church
with Monsignor Francis Szc-
zykutowicz officiating. Burial
followed in Calvary Cemetery
with Obert Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.


Betty J. Page
Betty Jo (Sally) Page, Theus, Chipley and Crystal
62, of Chipley died March 4, and husband John Pitts;
2010 in'Panama City. three brothers, Wesley
She was of the Holiness Thompson, Pinetta, David
Faith. She was born on Thompson, Lake Park, Ga.
April 21,1947 in Baxley, Ga. and Amos Oquinn, Lake
to Daniel and Evelyn (Wil- City; five grandchildren and
liamson) Driggers Jr. nine great-grandchildren.
She is survived by her Graveside services
husband James Page, Chi- were held March 8, 2010 at
pley; two sons, Jimmy Ray Gap Pond Cemetery, with
and wife Angie Page, Free- the Rev. David Moon offici-
port and Jerry Wayne and ating. Interment followed
wife Lois Page, Panama in the Gap Pond Cemetery
City; two daughters, Jan- with Brown Funeral Home
ice and husband Donald directing.

Clara S. Brannon


Clara Scott "Scotty" Bran-
non, 97, died Feb. 26,2010.
She was born in Bonifay to
Clayton and Eliza Scott. She
enjoyed traveling, playing
bridge and working in her
yard.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of 50
years, Earl P Brannon; a son,
Don Brannon and nine broth-
ers and sisters. She is sur-


vived by sons, Scott Brannon
of Gainesville, Stanley Bran-
non of Enterprise, Ala. and
Mike Brannon of Havana;
and her wonderful caregiv-
ers, Linda Tucker, Vivica
Jones and Mary Lawson.
Graveside funeral ser-
vices were held March 1, 2010
at Mt. Zion United Method-
ist Church Cemetery in
Straughn, Ala.


Wallace R. Comegys


Lee Strickland


Jack P. Cates


Euel Baxley


William J. Tiller


Larry E. Glover


F.L. Canington


Meta Narusevicius


Brenda L. Smith


Gene Brown


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Chipley, Florida 638-2122

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Administrative Office until 32428. ington County Commis- GIVEN that pursuant to the RA., 10225 Ulmerton tice and file the original THE UNITED STATES DIS SPROWLS AT (850)
1.1:30 pm (CST) on The Board reserves the sion Meeting. There will Final Judgment of Foreclo- Road, Suite 5A, Largo, FL with the clerk of this Court TRICTCOURTS FOR THE 942-8430 ALL SALES
Wednesday, March 24th right to waive informalities be a MANDATORY sure and Sale entered in 33771, on or before March either before service on NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ARE SUBJECT TO CON
The bid will be awarded at in any bid, to accept PRE-BID MEETING on the cause pending in the 31, 2010 or within thirty Plaintiff's attorney or imme- FLORIDA, IN FAVOR OF FIRMATION OF THE
the next scheduled Wash- and/or reject any or all Wednesday, Mach 17th at Circuit Court in and for (30) days after the first diately there after; other- THE PLAINTIFF, THE UN- COURT METOD OF
ANNOUNCEMENTS ington County Commis- bids on the whole or in 11:00 am (CST) at the Washington County, Flor- publication of his Notice wise a default will be an- DERSIGNED, APPOINTED PAYMENT IS BY POSTAL
sion Meeting, There will part with just cause, and to Washington County Ad- ida, being case no. of Action, and file theorigi- tered against you for the N SAID DECREE, WILL MONEY ORDER OR CER
1100 Legal Advertising be a MANDATORY accept the bid.that in their ministrative Office. 67-09-CA-321 the under- nal with the Clerk of this relief demanded in the ON THE 31st DAY OF TIFIPAYABLED CHECK MADE
1110 Classified Notices. PRE-BID MEETING on judgment will be in the The CONTRACT DOCU- signed clerk will sell the Court at 1293 Jackson Av- Complaint. March, 2010, AT 12:00 PAYABLE TO THE U. SERV
112 Public Noties/ Wednesday, March 17th best interest of Washing- MENTS include all perti- property situate in Wash- enue, Suite 100, Chipley WITNESS my hand and NOON, IN FRONT T EN PERCENT OF
1125- CarpSols,& at 12:00 pm (CST) at the ton County. nent attachments neces- ington County, Florida, de- FL 32428, either before seal of this Court on the 2 WASHINGTON COUNTY TEN HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID
Rideshare 'Washington County Ad- As published in the sary in order for bidders to scribed as follows: service on Plaintiffs attor- day of March, 2010. COURTHOUSE DOOR IN HIGH/ACEPTABLE BID
1130 Adoptions ministrative Office. Washington County News properly respond. The The S1/2 of Block 40, ac- ney or immediately there- LINDA HAYES COOK THE CITY OF CHIPLEY, IN CERTIFIED CHECK OR
1140 Happy Ads The CONTRACT DOCU- March 3, 10, 2010. documents may be exam- cording to plat of Wausau, after; otherwise, a default Circuit and County Courts FLORIDA, OFFER FOR CASHIER'S CHECKPTED WILL
1150 Personals MENTS include all perti- ined at the following loca- Florida, in Section 25, will be eptered against you By: K. McDaniel SALE AND SELL AT PUB- BE ACCEPTED WITH TINE
1160 Lost nent attachments neces- ADVERTISEMENT FOR tions: Township 3. North, range or the relief demanded in Deputy Clerk LICHES OUTCRY TO THE BALANCE DUE WITHIN 48
1170 Found sary in order for bidders to BIDS Washington County Ad- 14 West, Washington the complaint petition. As published in the LLOWHIGHEST BIDDESCR, THRIBED BE ACCEPTED.
Properly respond. The WASHINGTON COUNTY ministrative Office, 1331 County,' Florida, LESS WITNESS my hand and Washington County News FOLLOWING DESCRIBEDIN DENNIS ACCEPTED.WILLIAMSON
documents may be exam- COMMISSION South Blvd., Chipley, FL AND EXCEPT: Commence seal of the Court on this 24 March 10, 17, 2010. PROPERTY SI TUATED IN tedNStates Marshal
0 100 ined at the following loca- CHIPLEY INDUSTRIAL 32428. at the NE corner of the S/2 day of Feb. 2010. WASHINGTON COUNTY, United States Marshal
1100 tions: PARK RAILROAD SPUR Copies of the CONTRACT of Block 40 map of Wau- LINDA HAYES COOK IN THE UNITED STATES FLORIDA: Northern District of Florida
ADVERTISEMENT FOR Washington County Ad- DOCUMENTS may be ob- sau, as per plat thereof re- Clerk of the Court DISTRICT COURT FOR Beginning at the intersec- BYMarshal Service
BIDS ministrative Office, 1331 Separate sealed BIDS for tained at the following lo- corded in .the Public Rec- (SEAL) THE NORTHERN DIS- tion of the North line of U.S. Marshal Service
South Blvd., Chipley, FL WASHINGTON COUNTY cation upon payment of ords for Washington By: K. McDaniel TRICT OF FLORIDA Section 9, Township 2 DATE:
WASHINGTON COUNTY 32428. CHIPLEY INDUSTRIAL $150 for each set. County, Florida, and pro- Deputy Clerk PANAMA CITY DIVISION North, Range 15 West and As published in the Wash-
EQUESTRIAN CENTER Copies of the CONTRACT PARK RAILROAD SPUR (Non-refundable). Please ceed: thence S28025'00"W, As published in the CASE NO. the West right of way line ington County News Feb-
FEMA RECOVERY DOCUMENTS may be ob- will be received by the make checks payable to along the East boundary of Washington County News 5:99CV163-SPM of State Road S-277, ruary 24 March 3,.10, 17,
stained at the following lo- Washington County Board Preble-Rish, Inc. said Block 40, a distance March 3,10, 2010. thence South along said 2010.
Separate sealed BIDS for cation upon payment of of County Commissioners Washington County Ad- of 138.50 feet to the Point UNITED STATES OF West right of way line
WASHINGTON COUNTY $50 for each set. at the Washington County ministrative Office, 1331 Of Beginning: thence IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE AMERICA, 119.5 feet, thence West Public Auction
EQUESTRIAN CENTER (Non-refundable). Please Administrative Office until South Blvd., Chipley, FL N6157'23"W, parallel with 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Plaintiff, parallel to the North line of
FEMA RECOVERY will be make checks payable to 11:00 am (CST) on 32428. the South boundary of OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR vs. said Section 9, 529.68 feet, The following vehicles will
received by the Washing- Preble-Rish, Inc. Wednesday, March 24th.- The Board reserves the said Block 40: a distance WASHINGTONOUNTY ROBERT M. FENDER, thence North 119.5 feet to be sold at Public Auction
ton County Board of Washington County Ad- The bid will be awarded at right to waive informalities of 93.00 feet; thence Case #: 2009-CA-000583 WASHINGTON COUNTY, the North line.of said sec- at Nichols Auto Repair and
County Commissioners at ministrative Office, 1331 the next scheduled Wash- in any bid, to accept N1420'30"W, 45.35 feet to Division #: and SECURITY MUTUAL tion 9, thence East 528.52 Towing @ 1146 Jackson
the Washington County South Blvd., Chipley, FL and/or reject any or all the West boundary of said UNC: FINANCIAL SERVICES, feet along saidNorth line Ave., Chipley, FL 32428 @
bids on the whole, or in Block 40; thence INC. of Section to the Point of 8:00AM on the following
part with just cause, and to S2802'35"W, 60.00 feet to JP MORGAN CHASE Defendants. Beginning. Said property dates:
accept the bid that in their the Southwest corner of BANK, NATIONAL being in the NW 3 of Sec- 02 Mazda626
judgment will be in the said Block 40; thence 'ASSOCIATION, NOTICE OF SALE tion 9, Township 2 North, 1YVGF22C825270187
SET best interest of Washing- S6157'23"E, 123.40 feet to Plaintiff, NOTICE IS HEREBY Range 15 West, of Wash- 8:00AM 19th March
E ton County. the Southeast corner of -vs- GIVEN THAT UNDER AND ington County, Florida. 99 Mercury
STH As published in the said Block 40; thence CARLOS ALVAREZ; UN- BY VIRTUE OF A JUDG- FOR ADDITIONAL INFOR- 1MEFM6530XK611986
JOB DONE! Washington County March N28025'00"E 26.50 feet to KNOWN PARTIES IN POS- MENT OF FORECLOSURE NATION CONCERNING 8:00am 19TH March
._ _6,___ _ 10, 2010. the Point of Beginning. SESSION #1; UNKNOWN RENDERED IN THE THE ABOVE PROPERTY As published in the Wash-
Si Sat public sale, to the high- PARTIES IN POSSESSION ABOVE-STYLED CASE ON CONTACT ASSISTANT U. ington County News
ADVERTISEMENT FOR est and best bidder for #2; IF LIVING, AND ALL NOVEMBER 2, 1999, BY S. ATTORNEY PAUL ALAN March 10,2010.
BIDS cash at 11:00 on the 24th UNKNOWN PARTIES
C a ll o ne of o ur WASHINGTON COUNTY day of March, 2010, at the CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
a 0 on o OU r COMMISSION front door of the Washing- UNDER AND AGAINST
pp the BONNETT POND ROAD ton County Courthouse, THE ABOVE NAMES
"a d -viso rs" a nd p ut the IMPROVEMENTS Chipley, Florida. DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE
DATED this 23 day of Feb., NOT KNOWN TO BE
C classified to Separate sealed BIDS for 2010. DEAD OR ALIVE
C classified s to WASHINGTON COUNTY CLERKOF COURT WHETHER SAID UN-V
BONNETT POND ROAD WASHINGTON COUNTY KNOWN PARTIES MAY
U IMPROVEMENTS willnbe By: J.C. Rogers CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
Received by the Washing- Deputy Clerk SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVI-
ton County Board of As published in the Wash- SEES, GRANTEES, OR
County Commissioners at ington County News OTHER CLAIMANTS
W ASH INGTO N C O U NTY the Washington County March3,10,2010. Defendant(s)...
W*N O'Administrative Office until ,O-N ....
N E W S 12:00pm (CST)," March IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF ACTION ,-
24,2010. Thebid-willb OF THE FOURTEENTH F 0 R EC LOS U R E
(850) 638 02 1 2awardedatthe net sched- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PROCEEDINGS-PROPER-
(80 ) 63 -0 1' uled. Washington County AND FOR WASHINGTON TY
Commission Meeting. A COUNTY, FLORIDA TO:
HO LM ES Cmandatory pre-bid meet- CIVIL DIVISION Carlos Alvarez; ADDRESS
H OLM ESCOUNTYing will be held on March CASE NO. UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE
TIMES ADVERTISER 1010at2:00pm (CST) 2009-CA000295 LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
T E AR Sat the Washington County IS: 3000 NW 106 Ave,
(850) 547-94 14 Administrative Office. All BRANCH BANKING AND CoralSprings, FL 33065
bidders will be required to TRUST COMPANY Residence unknown, it liv-
be FDOTpre-qualified. Plaintiff, ing, including any un-
The CONTRACT DOCU- v. known spouse of the said
MENTS include all perti- CATHERINE BRICENO, et Defendants, if either hasa
nent attachments neces- al. remarried'and it either or
scary in order for bidders to Defendants. both of said Defendants
properly respond. The are dead, their respective
documents may be exam- NOTICE OF ACTION unknown heirs, devisees,
ined at the following loca- TO: VICTOR JARAMILLO;5 grantees, assignees, cred-
tion: UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF itors, lienors, and trustees,
Washington County Ad- VICTOR JARAMILLO; and all other persons
ministrative Office, 1331 CARLOS A. SANCHEZ; claiming by, through, un-
South Blvd., Chipley, FL UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF der or against the named
.--.' 32428. CARLOS A. SANCHEZ, Defendant(s); and- the
.Ha .; .e rnc s West'Fl ori daTu Copies of the CONTRACT and all unknown parties aforementioned named
DOCUMENTS,may be o- claiming by, through, un- Defendant(s) and such of W hen it com es to finding
t^ --- gained at the following l- der or againstFthe above the aforementioned un- i
r- P ELE 9RL CARR cation-upon payment of named Defendant, who known Defendants and
L IA IIIS BA YS HOP .^ ^ For Rtr$150.00 for each set. are not known to be dead such of the aforemen-D
ROTOTILLER for hire. Call make checks payable to known parties claim as ants as may be infants, in-
C&C Bookkeeping and heirs, devisees, grantees, competent or otherwise
Tax Service. Open 5 days Woul like to sit with EId- 850-260-2292. NoJobTo Preble Rish Inc. hi ae s r t s he no I
1 8am to & C alarny in their home, Com- Smalli Washington County Ad- assignees, lienors, ,credi- notsuijurisO -A IMntC I m
(850)638-1483 passionate Caregiver, light SOD & SEED on the farm, South Blvd., Chipley, FL other claimants. FIED that an action has ,
cooking, cleaning, per- delivered or installed. Can- 32428, (850) 638-6200. Current Residence Un- been commenced to forere NT-o m ore
sonal hygiene, healthcare. tipede St. Augustine Ber- The Board reserves the known, but whose last close a mortgage on thenot ing gives you m ore
Have references! muda. West Florida Turf right to waive informalities known address was: Victor following real property, ly
5 2 5 7 0 0 850) 415-0385;638-4860. in any bid, to accept Jaramillo at 13402, ing and being and situated ellin pow er than the
850-956-3033 Established 1980 and/or reject any or all Teddungton Lane, Jack- in Washington Countyse ling po er than the
bids on the whole or in sonville, FL 32226; Un- Florida, more particularly
S.part with just cause, andto known Spouse of Victor described as follows:C ASSIFIED S
accept the bid that in their Jaramillo at 12401 Tropic LOT 41, BLOCK 398, OF
's B judgment will be in the Drive, Jacksonville, FL SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX, AAIS
GLORIA's BEAUTY SHOP For Rent first in Chipley, best interest of Washing- 32225; Carlos A. Sanchez SUBDIVISION, ACCORD-
Jan. & Feb. Wed. specials; Become Dietary Man-, Mini Warehouses. If you ton CQunty. and Unknown Spouse of ING TO THE PLAT
$5.00 off perms, ager (average annual don't have the room, "We As published in the Carlos A. Sanchez at 714 THEREOF, AS RE-
$1off men haircuts& slary $40,374)in eight Do" Lamar Townsend Washington 'County News SW 157th Terrace, Sun-CORDED IN PLAT BOOKASH ING TO N C O U NTY
manicures onths in online pro- (850)638-4539,. north of March10, 13, 2010. rise, FL33326. 2, PAGES 60 TO 76, OF
Call Portia for an gram offered by Ten- Townsends. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that THE PUBLIC RECORDS
appointment, nessee Technology IN THE CIRCUIT COURT an action to foreclose a OF WASHINGTON
638-8162 Center at Elizabethton. IN AND FOR WASHING- mortgage on the following COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dethton.eduails wwwtt(888)liza TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, property in WASHINGTON more commonly known as
-bethton.edu, (888) FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL County, Florida, to-wit: Vacant Land Dunlap
patrica986-2368 or emailzabeth- B&M Mower Repair & CIRCUIT LOT 35, CYPRESS Drive, Lot 41, Block 398,
atricia.roarkttelizabth Service. Quality work at a CASE NO. 67-09-CA-321 CROSSING, ACCORDING Chipley, FL 32428.(850)1
ton.edu fair price. Pickup & Deliv- CAPITAL CITY BANK, A TO THE PLAT THEREOF This action has been filed
Heti r Tech ery Available. Bill or Mary FLORIDA banking corpo- AS RECORDED IN PLAT against you and you are
Heating/Air e c (850)638-4492 ration, BOOK 5, PAGES 46 AND required to serve a copy of HO LM ES C O U NTY
rated program. Hands Sewing Machine and Vac- ORDS OF WASHINGTON any, upon SHAPIRO
Drywall Repair. Painting& of Art Lab. Nationwide wanted service on all WAYNE TLERRELL, DBA COUNT, FLORIDA. T IM E ST
Job Placement Assis estimates. Western Auto, serve a copy of your writ- Highway, Suite 112,
850-596-4143. tancel CALL NOW: 216 N. Waukesha, Bonitay. CLERK'S NOTICE OF ten defenses, if any, to it Tampa, FL 33618, within (850) 547-94 1 4
(877)994-9904. 547-3910 SALE on Robert M. Coplen, Es- .thirty (30) days after the
NOTICE IS HEREBY quire, Robert M. Coplen, first publication of this no-


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should verify caller infor- Wanted 320o Medical Equipment much more. No reasona- I Excavators, Forrestry, -- lowing positions: General Medical
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calls regarding credit 3310 Musical Instruments & 13th, Friday & Saturday, Or Email: Icagle@ | Tech & Foreman. Must PRN:
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sumers should also 3330 -Restaurant/Hotel clothes, dryer, coffee ta- Grace Assembly on Main drug. screening, have a VXPandCPSI
contact the local corn- 3340 -Sporting Goods ble, new tires, to much St., Chipley. Sat., March sA good driving record & preferred.
pany themselves in 2130 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) stuff to list, come check it 13, 7:00am. Children some computer skills. Applications available
stead giving this infor- out. Need to sell everyth- clothes, size up to 14. 1 3300 I Please call 850-913-9293 online at www.nfch.org
nation to individuals For Sale; baby chicks ing. YA'LL COMEIT for phone interview. or atthe Information
whom are contacting $1.00 each. Laying hens Yard Sale: Saturday, I Web Id 34082884 Desk.
them directly. $12.00 each. Baby ducks 3130 Marchl3th, 7a.m. to 1p.m., 4100 Help Wanted Fax to 850-638-0622
3130 %12;J.-- 4130 Employment Attention:
$2.50 each. Call .Estate Sale. Antiques, 825 Idlewood Ct., Bonifay nfor24x12Po lemation HuAttention:
850-5473129 or Cell # NEW LOCATIONIIII household furniture, misc 24x12 Portable storage HurResoucs
850-415-2998. Michelle & HC's Auction items, Including home. building with 6' opening for General or email to
4100 Pte Pond Rd (OLD 8-2, Thurs through Sat. wide 'items. Still being dblount@nfch.org.
1120 VFW BL 1st & 3rd Satur 638-8804 1098 Orange used, viewing | 4100 Surveying Crew Human Resources
VFWBD) Hill Rdtur 3240 F38-8804, 109 Orangerda y- S a t u r d a y, --- Members phone 850415-8106.
Advertising that works. Heinz 57 Weanlg g Auction. Mufti-sellers. AMMO-9mm 38/357 40 3/12-3/13. Takingoffers or Gnei needed. NFCH is an equal
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I your ad in over 100 Bucks, $50 each. 250 gal Selection varies, Cash only S&W, 45ACR 30-30,35do, buye r Getmnek eAl phsitoonsitportune 850 6.
Papers throughout fuqi tank, $125,. 5f PTO We will also do Estate, Uq- Moving Sale. 753 4th St. REM, 45/70. Newfactory all arrangements fo mov TCounty Community 850-526-3991.
Florida for one low roto tiller $850. fft Steel uidation and other mis- TV, dinning table w/chairs, reloads. $8.00 & up ngi850-47089 is accepting Site Manager
742-1373rate! Call (866 platform on 3 point hitch cellaneous auction. Call Antique bed frame, dorm w/brass exchange. 50 CAL Airlines are hiring, I applications for a "for two USDA RD 15 |i-
742-1373 or visit with forks, $250. 50 cal .850-547-9140 refrigerator. Misc tools, muzzleloading bullets. Train for high paying .fWeatherization General Inanced rental coSRl-
wwwflorda-classifieds.co Knight rifle, Call $225. Michelle Roof truck toolbox. 532-5195. CBL, 1-800-741-9707, Aviation Maintenance ProgramAssistant | plexes located in Chip-1
m 850-260-1342. FL AU3014 AB2224 Wed-Sat, March 10-13. 850-260-1342, Chipley. Career. FAA approved for the Bonifay Outreach I Help Wanted: Happy Ac- ley and Bonifay MustI
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3BR/2BA House in
Chipley. 1 year lease. No
pets. $695/mth. 638-1918.


I 6170 71
Mobile Home Lot in Chip- Gator Pond
ley area for rent. Nice & near Sunnyf
Shady. Includes w/s/t. ington Cou
$175/mo.; Mobile Home mately 2 ac


------ .. 4for rent, Chipley. 2br 2ba, dry, next to v
1BUSINB4 & FINIA C4 | 4BR/3.5BA House for rent $400/mo+250dep. Call ment area
5100-Business in New Hope area. Very 638-9412 quiet. Price
Opportunities private. $1200/mth. Short l Homes in C possible ow
5110- Money to Lend term avail. 850-333-3734. Mobile Homesn Sapp Rd, 8 mi- Call (850) 89
Sales E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, Two 8 acres
For Rent: 2BR/1BA trailer, & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total Two 9 acres
clean, Ponce de Leon elec. (850)-258-4868 or Two 5 acres
5100 area. $250.00 a month. 850-209-8847 www.charlos res on Budd
850-259-9113. countryliving.com acres on
ALL Cash Vending! Do Owner finani
you earn $800 in a info call Mil
day? 25 Local Ma- Br. 850-638-1858
chines and Candy
$9,995. -(888)629-9968 6150
B02000033 CALL US: Tired of Living Alone?
we will not be under Looking to share beautiful 7
sold! home in Sunny Hills. Split 2 Mobile
cost of expenses. Must Mb iSale, 1 ir
have good personality & EALESTA000)
like to have fun. Call 7100-Homes trial location
5110 850-773-9805. 7105 Open House SR200 nea
07110 Beach Home/ F ($90
Property FL ($39,001
$ Access Lawsuit Cash a 7120-Commercial acre lot, e:
Now! $ As seen on TV. t7130 Condo/Townhouse tion. C
Injury Lawsuit Dragg- 6170 7140- Farms & Ranches 637-1242
Inury7150 Lots and Acreage
ing? Need 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
$5 00-$500,000+ + 50 acre farm in Alford. 7170l-Waterfront
within 48/hrs? Low 3BR/2BA, Triple wide MH, 7180- Investment
rates Apply Now By 2400 sqft. Barn with horse Property
Phone! Call Today! stalls. $600 month 7190 Out-of-Town
Toll-Free: (800) 850-271-1244 RelT Estate
568-3217200 Timeshare
2MH's- Very Clean, "furn.
with CH/A, carport, and 7-
Deckl G/W, and Lawn 7100__ -
Maint. Included! Excellent 4BR/3BA House For Sale
location, close to Hwy. in Sunny Hills. Call
850-638-7009. 850-773-9805 for
-information.
3BR/2BA Late model M.H. By Owner .3 .3 ,e..
on 1 acre between Chipley 3BR/2BA, 2,000 Square -
WEAL MEATE OR Smk & Wausau. No pets feet, Large home, double
SBusness/ moke free envron carport, 4 inch water well,
6100 Business/ $600 month. new metal roof. 17 bearing
Commercial 850-691-7769. n ro ar-
6110 Apartments .:," I''e 'l. ,r,, .-,
6120 Beach Rentals H-du.:- Fri:- I: ', ""
6130- Condo/Townhouse r- onifa "- "' "4'
6140- House Rentals | Olifay |
6150- Roommate Wanted 3 br, 2 ba, 2x wide, For Sale by Owner Z
6160- Rooms for Rent porch, handicap ramp *v,-, ,,,,e- *H u.k r,:
6170 Mob ia Hon a I lfrn w/d carport n r
610 utof-TownRentalsporchquiet
6190-Timeshare Rentals I Lg front porch quiet | ul ti ,,
6200 Vacation Rentals park. $625 mo. ,:aDrne| E.:iiern
2 br also avail 699-3599 .,,:j,
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6100 Park in Chipley ,', i ,[-". r."'. )-:1
850-832-2929 921 N 2nd 8 aTi'J
Executive Office St.; & Graceville 5262 ____________
Space for rent downtown Alabama St. 2&3 /BR units House for sale by .:.r-,e,
Chipley. All util. incl'd for rent, starting @ $345 .47 ,I C ,.r,,t.i ev
638-1918 per mo For info call z.2.i.- u 1100.
850-832-2929 -.,'w7
Office Space for Rent: Ap- For Rent. 2BR Mobile
prox. 1000 Sq.Ft. near Home, Deposit required.
downtown Chipley, high No pets, water & sewage
traffic area. Great Visibilityl provided. Hud approved.
Call Robert @ (850) Bonitay. 547-5007.
849-1735 for info __________
For Rent: OPEN
.11 11S3 -InB Mobile-homes. Looking
M 68 O 1 | for good place to live & H USE A
raise your family in Bon- ODEN HOUSE,
Large 2BR Apartment for ifay. Call 850-547-3462.
rent. Includes all utilities. Looking for a place to "SUNDAY
$500/mth. 547-0956 or party don't call, drug 1:00-4:00
326-4548. freepark.3530 Hwy 16 (Tri-County
Rd) Bonifay This 4 br, 2.5
For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mobile ba is 2824 sq ft H/C on 7+
Homes $300. month, plus ac with an additional work-
$300. deposit, no pets. shop. This home is BEAU-
6140 I fCall 850-547-2043. Leave TIFUL, spacious and a
SnBR,/BA houSe n V message. great deal at $285,000 so
2 BR/ 1 BA house in Ver- come by and see it for
non, large kitchen, large yourself Amanda Corbin,
fenced yard, washer/dryer, Large 3 BR, 2 BA MH. Ex- yourself Amanda Corbn
pole barn $550 month, cellent condition. 1 block REALTOR, Prudential
Available now. (850) to elementary school in Shimmering Sands
535-5000 or 850-259-5096 Chipley. No pets. $575 832-"747' All prices
mo, $575 dep. Call (850) OWNER HELP FINANCE
638-0560 or.352-284-2338 First time buyer program.
1/BR or, Ig lot & Chipley,. 2/3 Bedroom, 2 1
3BR/1.5BA, in Chipley, t Bath. Remodelled, fenced
Rent/Sale, Ig lot, fruit trees, : lot with pond on 3 acres
smoke free, references re- only 45 mins to PC Beach.
quired, 850-260-9230 or | 7100 $139,900. 314-346-3303.
547-2091. I .


2BR cabinBA, no pets. BETTIEL.SLAYBROKER
$400 month, 1st, and last C ountry- (Florida & Alabama)
month. Deposit required. 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850)-326-2412. 8 miles (850) 547-3510
South Bonifay NICE 2 BR BRICK HOME CHIPLEY-REDUCED-$79,900-"50 ACRES-
DWMH-BARN-PASTURE-$199,000-3 BR 2 BA DWMH ON LOT EDGE
TOWN-.$59,900--2 BR BRICK BONIFAY-REDUCED-$77,00--15
3BR, CH/A, stove, refriger- ACRES NO RESTRICTIONS-$45,000--94 ACRES REDUCED-$239,900-
fenced yard, utility --20 AC FARM 3 BR OME PON BARNS PASTURE-$235,000--1 ACRE-
ator, fenced yard, utility $12,500-20 ACRES WEST iLLE-$50,000-3 BR 11/2 BA HOME BIG
room. 593 4th St. $500, LOT-$119,900--74 AC 3 BR 2 BA DWHM-379,000--9+ ACRES WITH
first & last month plus ELECTRIC-$42,000---37 ACRES HWY90 E OF CHIPLEY-$225,000-10
$200 deposit. 638-1476. ACRE HORSE RANCH HOME BARNS PASTURE-$199,900--4+ ACRES 3
BR 2 BA HOME CHIPLEY AREA REDUCED-$79,900-15 ACRES FENCED
PASTURE-$79,900-NICE 2 BR BRICK BONIFAY REDUCED-$99,900-
3BR/1.5BA House for rant. -NICE 2 BR BRICK IN TOWN-$59,900-10 ACRES OLD SWMH OWNER
t FINANCING-$79,000
583 Main t., Chipley. WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL
HUD approved. 535-07!....11. ...1, ,-


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off Hwy. 77 16X80 3BR/2BA Fixer up- CRYSTAL LAKE. Beautiful Land or Developments
hills in Wash- per. Bank repo, asking waterfront lot. 50ft sandy Wanted. We buy or
nty; Approxi- $9,000. Come make offer, white beach. $138,000. market development
;res high and 850-763-7780. Possible owner financing. lots. Mountain or Wa-
vater manage- terfront Communities in
, secluded, 28X52 DW w/fireplace,~ NC, SC, GA and tFL.
na eclud e pa85 hsnew 7190 CE 1034Call (800)455-1981,
ne negotiable, new paint & carpet, new 7190 Ext.1 0 0 -
ner financing. stoveref., dishwasher. Ex.1034
6-5755. Set-up included & A/C re- 2 BR, 2 BA Home For
on Bedle Rd, installed. $27,900. Unique Sale. Must See! 1800 Luxury Waterfront Ho- E
on Bedie Rd. floorplan. Call Brad @ sqft, 2 car garage, me at Auction 5732
& One 10 ac- 850-763-7780. block from US Hwy 44, East Bay Boulevard,
y Rd. One 10 near everything. Citrus Gulf Breeze. 3 bed-
Gainer Rd. For Sale: 5BR/3BA, 32x80 County, FL. $125,000. rooms, 3.5 baths, 3000 F
cing For more double wide on city lot. Call (352)637-1242 SF Selling Onsite 3/24 tr
ilton Peel @ $75,000. Call Central Florida 1.4 ac- @ 10:00 AM. HUDSON qi
8. 850-844-0027 or cell # res, 3 adjoining lots. & MARSHALL (866) n.
- 850-373-8206. High ridge of rich top- 509-4473. Lic# w
soil. Great Location in SCQ1035357, AB110 8!
Nicely Remodeled 1998 Citrus County, FL. si
160 Liberty 14x52, 2BR/1BA. $84,000. Call (352) Upstate NY Bank
Homes For like new inside, custom 637-1242 Says Sell!. 10 acres -
SInglis, FL Birch cabinets, Nice Appli- Delray Beach, FL Par- $24,9001 Borders State
nd 1 in cen- ances. $7500.00 cash. Call 6 New Ho Land. Stream, woods,
n just off of 850-260-2690 Name your own price! fields, great valley
ar Hernando, Accepting Sealed Bids, views! Must sell to
)). Each 1+ Very Clean 16X70 No Minimum) For avoid repo! Hurry!
excellent loca- 2BR/2BA w/set up, A/C, March 17th sale, 888 ) 464-9551
all (352) steps. $17,900. Call Brad www.defalco.com (561) www.NewYorkLandandLak
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