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Wednesday, MARCH 17,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 86, Number 96 50(


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breaking news, visit
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News

BRIEFS

Holmes Valley
Heritage Day
VERNON Th'e
Preserving Our Past
Association will be
hosting its sixth annual
Holmes Valley Heritage
Day on Saturday,
March 20 at 3901
Wilderness Road in
Vernon. Gates will open
at 8 a.m. with tractor
games beginning
around 9 a.m. The
antique tractor and
garden tractor pulls
begin around 10 a.m.
The children's pedal
tractor pull will be held
at 11:30 a.m.; all
children under the age ,
of 8 and weighing less
than 50 pounds are
encouraged, to attempt
the pull.
Many types of
demonstrations, such as
a blacksmith and corn
shelling, are anticipated
to be present the day of
the show. Bring your
lawn chair and spend
a great day with the
family. Contact Jay
Davis at 850-638-4017
for more information.
Follow the signs to the
show.
The mission of
Preserving Our Past
Association is to
preserve the heritage
of rural living and
agricultural methods.
To further this aim,
Preserving Our Past
collects, restores and
demonstrates machinery
to youth and other
unfamiliar with past and
present procedures.
For more
information, email
preservingourpast@
yahob.com


INSIDE
New business opens
in county

A3

Baseball and softball
action under way

A7


INDEX
Opinion.................... Page A4
Extra........................ Page B1
Classifieds................ Page B9


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State probes inmate's death


Owens died Friday after incident at Graceville Corrections Institution


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The Florida Depart-
ment of Corrections said
that an active investigation
is still under way into the
beating death of an inmate
at Graceville Corrections
Institution.
"The victim passed
away this morning," said
Gretl Plessinger of the Of-
fice of Public Affairs of the


Department of Cor-
rections on Friday.
"His name is Jason
Owens. We have a
person of interest but
no suspect yet."
Owens was struck
by a brick and died
later in a local hos- JA
pital Friday at 10:46
a.m. Plessinger said
it appears to be a one-
on-one physical altercation
that began Wednesday.
Jason Jerry Owens, 31,


ASON
WENS


accumulated an
extensive criminal
record in Pasco
County, being ad-
judicated guilty on
nine various bur-
glary charges and
possession of con-
trolled substance
from an incident
on April 3, 2002. He
was scheduled to


be released on April 4,2017,
after a 15-year prison'sen-
tence.


The St. Petersburg
Times reported on April
6, 2002, that Owens was
arrested after what ap-
peared to be a burglary
spree through New Port
Richey while he was trying
to break into cars. Depu-
ties reported that Owens
earlier donned latex gloves
to burglarize jewelry from
a home while a family slept,
and used a screwdriver to
break into a home and take
jewelry and cash.


Whole new ball game


Former Chipley High star Hunter Park pitched for the Washington


Photos by JAY FELSBERG | Washington County News
County Bruins Sunday.


Big Bend baseball under way for second season


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Big Bend Base-
ball League began action for 2010
Saturday and Sunday at the Chipley
High School baseball field as the
expansion Washington County Bru-
ins hosted action for all eight teams.
. The Bruins came from behind
to beat the Bay County Brewers
6-5 in a game shortened by dark-
ness. The Destin Dawgs beat the
Jackson County Jays in the other
Sunday game 7-1, while the Liberty
County Diamond Dawgs beat the
Chatahoochee Red Birds 22-12 and
the Calhoun County Horsemen beat
the Gulf Coast Drive 8-5.
The completely amateur league
is in its second season. Commis-
sioner Morell Bailey said the league
was started by Harold Bailey 6f the
Chatahoochee team when it was too
difficult to continue in the Alabama-
Florida League due to travel.
"Last year we had six teams and


A Jackson County player takes a cut Sunday against Destin.


this year Washington County and
Destin joined the league," Morrell
Bailey said.
Teams can have up to 25 play-
ers and rosters are finalized in
June. Players have a wide variety of
backgrounds, from high school, to
college to professional. Bailey said
that ex-major leaguers Tim Davis
and Tim Young play in the league.
Jake Woods of Malone and the
Jackson County Jays played high
school ball there and played a bit at


Chipola College. "A buddy of mine
told me about this three years ago
and I started with Chatahoochee,"
he said. "This is my second year.
"It passes time on a Sunday af-
ternoon and its great for those of us
that play that still enjoy the game."
Players can use wood or alumi-
num bats and there is a designated
hitter. Teams are allowed up to six
college players and college players
keep their eligibility as the league is
strictly amateur.


Owens broke into anoth-
er home and took batteries,
informing a resident that,
"I'm a burglar," and broke
into three vehicles and
stole tools and cigarettes.
Owens was adjudicated
guilty of being principal to
lewd and lacivious sexual
assault on a victim under
the age of 16, stemming
from an incident on May 1,
1997, and was sentenced to
two years and six months
in state prison.


TDC

researches

ways to

increase

tourism

CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton County Tourist Devel-
opment Council discussed
and reviewed various ways
to increase tourism within
Washington County during
their regularly scheduled
workshop which was fol-
lowed by the regular Tues-
day meeting.
"Is our mission just to
approve grants, because I
don't think that's where we
want to be at the day," said
Bed Tax Collector Ted Ev-
erett. "We're needing to ex-
pand beyond just events."
The TDC discussed pos-
sible ways to draw in tour-
ism on a more steady, year-
round basis.
Everett suggested agar-
ecotourism, where farmers
open up their field for con-
sumers to pick their own
produce. A common prob-
lem was for those farmers
to insure their property
with so many people com-
ing and going.
"What I propose is to try
to find a way for the TDC to
offer a group insurance,"
Everett said. "That way the
reduction of cost for insur-
ance might alleviate some
of the pressure on these
farmers."
Bed Tax Collector-Chair
Mary Richmond suggested
she'd like to see NASCAR
become more involved with
Washington County.
The TDC agreed more
could be done with the
Equestrian Center and ap-
proved of sending a letter
to the Washington County
Board of County Com-
missioners requesting


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Fake check scam alert


CHIPLEY Every month in Washington
County, hundreds of consumers try to de-
posit fake checks they've received in the
mail into their banks, credit unions or other
check cashing businesses. Thankfully, most
financial institutions will detect the coun-
terfeit checks and advise their customers
of the scam, according to the Communities
Against Senior Exploitation
Unfortunately, many consumers end up
losing thousands of dollars. The average
loss is $3,500. When you deposit a counter-
feit check into your account, and then wire
mdney to the crooks as they have directed,
YOU will be held liable for the amount lost
by the bad check. Use good common sense.
Remember there is no free lunch!
Prevalent fake check scams
*You've won a foreign lottery or sweep-
stakes. That's impossible unless you trav-
eled to that country to enter, since it's illegal
to buy or sell tickets across the U.S. border.
If you participate in a foreign lottery scam,
your name will be on a "sucker list" bought


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and sold by other scammers.
*Foreigners e-mail you with promises of
millions to deposit riches into your account.
They pretend to be businesspeople, govern-
ment officials, or royalty, but this is a dan-
gerous scam that is never true.
*Buyers offer overpayments on items
you advertised in classified ads or an online
auction. They ask you to deposit the check in
your account and return the excess to them.
Never accept an overpayment.
Potential rental tenants claim to be
moving from outside the area. They send a
check for more than the deposit then ask
you to send some of it back.
Fake checks appear to be drawn from
a legitimate American bank --- and night
claim to be a cashier's check But anyone
can counterfeit a check with a computer,
check-writing software and a printer.
For assistance call the Washington Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office Fraud Line AT 638-8477:
CASE is a Partnership of the Washington
County Sheriff's Office and the Community
to prevent elder financial exploitation.


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Wednesday, March 17,2010


EEA TO HOST SPRING FUN FLY-IN DAY
BONIFAY The Experimental Aircraft Association (EEA) Chapter 1464,
Inc. of Bonifay will host its Spring Fun Day Fly-in April 10 and 11. Located at
Tri County Airport, the gates will open at 8 a.m. The public is invited free of
charge.
There will be aircraft of all types and sizes flying in from around the area.
There will be food vendors, a "ground school," and different booths for the
public's enjoyment.
Children ages 8 to 17 years of age are invited to participate in the Young
Eagles program sponsored by EEA Chapter 1464, Inc. They will receive a
free airplane ride, pilot's log book and a certificate for a private pilot course
from Sporty's Pilot Shop. A parent or guardian must be present for the chil-
dren to ride.
Live music will be offered Saturday night and a free breakfast will be of-
fered Sunday morning. Camping under-wing of your aircraft or in a tent or
RV is welcome although there will be no hook-ups. Bathrooms are available
in the FBO.
For more information, contact Curtis Snell at 850-260.5414 or Molissa Snell
at 850-260-5493.


Arrest REPORTS


Washington County arrest reports
for March 8 March 15, 2010:
Lawanda Bieser, 41, Vernon, Produce
Meth, possession of Meth, possession of
listed chemical
Cameron Bourdon, 50, Chipley, Driv-
ing while under the influence
Rochelle Brown, 24, Bonifay, Holmes
County warrant for violation of probation
on possession of meth, possession of par-
aphernalia,, possession of marijuana less
than 20 grams, possession of controlled
substance without a prescription
Joseph Chambers, 45, Bonifay, Viola-
tion of probation or possession of mari-
juana less than 20 grams
Danny Curry, 34, Dothan Ala., Jack-
son County Child support.
Ree Morris Dixon, 38, Baskin, Hous-
ton County AL warrant for fail to register
as a sex offender
Jonathan Everett, 25, Chipley, Pos-
session of listed chemical, violation of
state probation on discharge of firearm
in public
Wilford Forehand, 38, Caryville, three
counts of battery
Jonathan Griffin, 21, Vernon, Holmes
County warrants of violation of county
probation on petit theft and resist officer
without violence


William Griffin, 25, Chipley, Dealing
in stolen property
Angela Halstead, 36, Vernon, Bay
county violation of probation on theft
Paul Hardrick, 20, Bonifay, Aggravat-
ed battery
Christopher Harris, 25, Chipley, Driv-
ing while license suspended or revoked
Clifford Holmes, 48, Panama City, Dis-
orderly intoxication, criminal mischief
Sabrina Hughes, 29, Wausau, Petit
theft
Johnie Johnson Jr., 47, Wausau, Petit
theft
William McKeithen, 35, Southport,
take kill or possession of deer or turkey
closed season
William Mongoven, 27, Vernon, Driv-
ing under the influence, possession of
controlled substance without a prescrip-
tion, possession of marijuana, refuse to
submit to driving under the influence
test.
Tracy Satterfield, 46, Chipley, Driving
under the influence
Carol Thomas, 38, Pensacola, Viola-
tion of state probation on driving while
license suspended or revoked
Charles Wells, 42, Youngstown, pos-
session of listed chemical, produce Meth,
possession of Meth


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The City Council is sponsoring a project to collect, recycle, and properly dispose of these items:
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*FIRST WEEK: April 5-9
White Goods (Refrigerators, washers, dryers, freezers, dishwashers, microwaves, air conditioners, hot-water heaters).
*SECOND WEEK: April 12-16
.Household Furnishings (Televisions, radios, bedding, box springs, chairs, sofas, tables, toys)
*THIRD WEEK: April 19-23
Scrap Metal (Old bicycles, lawn mowers, motors, wheel chairs, copper, aluminum, iron scraps)
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS AND HAZARDOUS WASTE, TIRES & RIMS, WILL NOT BE COLLECTED
CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS: Lumber, windows, doors, plumbing or electrical materials, sheetrock.
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL: Pesticides, used oils, solvents, stale gasoline, paint, paint thinners, batteries, engine
degreasers, brake fluid, anti-freeze, pool chemicals, insecticides.
ALL residents NORTH of the railroad will be picked upon on MONDAY and TUESDAY.
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ALL residents SOUTH of the railroad will be picked up on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY.
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Washington County Council on Aging will have a FTRI (Florida Telecommunication
Relay, Inc) representative coming to the Vernon Senior Center on March 25 from 10
a.m. to noon for those who qualify and who might be in need of a hard of hearing phone
or assistive device for the deaf. Call Debra at the Washington County Council on Aging
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Wednesday, March 17,2010


Local


Washington County News I A3


Sfc. Tierra Belser
Special to The News

The ROTC Area 11 Drill Meet was held
Saturdayl.March 13 in Vernon at the Vernon
Football Stadium from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
schools that participated included Vernon,
Chipley, Holmes County, East Gadsden, Lib-
erty and Tate high schools.
This event was a.huge success for the Ver-
non High: JROTC. The school's female squad
placed in four events: first place in Squad
Armed, second place in Squad Armed, third
place in Unarmed Squad and third place in
Color Guard. The female squad qualified to
represent Area 11 at the state level in Lake-
land.
This event was very successful because of
the effort of all the volunteers. In the conces-
sion stands there was: Victoria and Frank
Pangelinan, Tamara and David Riley, Laura
Sheehan, Diana Hearn, Jared Grigsby, Chris-
. topher Poppel and Carlene Evans and many
Vernon High cadets.
The event definitely could not have been
conducted without the following judges: Maj.
Dotson, Sgt. Roger, Sgt. Thomas, Officer
Mears, Sfc. Westbrook, Sgt. Powell, Ssg. Bias
and Ms. Starkey.
Congratulation goes to 'all the members
of our drill team: Brandon Williams, Jessica
Grigsby, Jessica Emanuel, Sammy Davis, Car-
olyn Poppell, Dillion Hutton, Maegen Shee-


han, Dean Bollinger, Tyler Waldron, Taylor
,Landry and Lane Evans.
A special thank you goes out to the Su-
perintendent of Washington County Schools,
Dr. Sandra Cook, who participated in the
award ceremony.


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on Saturday, March 20,
and Sunday, March 21 at
Memorial Field in Boni-
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ing, games, pony rides
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money.
On Saturday the gates
open at 5 p.m. with the
bull riding starting at 6:30
p.m. Advance tickets are
$8 adults, $6 kids. Tickets
at the gate are $10 adults
and $8 kids; under 5 free.
On Sunday Cowboy
Church at 11 a.m. with a


special guest TBA. Rodeo
events that start at 2 p.m.
are Mutton Bustin', calf
riding, steer riding and
junior bull riding. On Sun-
day all tickets are only $6.
A portion of the proceeds
goes to benefit ovarian
cancer awareness. *
For more information
contact Jerrod Jenkins
863-634-9517, Jamie High-


tower 850-768-1213, or
Josh Hodge 850-258-0910.
Advanced tickets sales
for the Bull Jam will be
available at these loca-
tions: Westerner in Chi-
pley, Bonifay Piggly Wig-
gly, Medicine Shoppe in
Bonifay, Carmel Assembly
of God church, The Barn
in Dothan and Miller's
Grocery on State 2.


Your Automoolie Insurance LnecKIISt:
f ake sure I have the best coverage for my auto insurance
SMake sure I have a local agent that I can sit down and review my
coverage on a regular basis ,
&Make sure I have a local adjuster that know the people in our
local area
'Make sure that I have the best possible rate (how can all the TV
ads promise to saves hundreds of dollars and all the companies
are saying the same)
No I cannot promise I can save you hundreds of dollars, but we
have some great rates and a local office to serve you. Calling 1-800
low-rates may sound good at first but who do you see when you
need them.
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CHIPLEY Owners Laterelle Williams and Chastity Duke snip the ribbon at the, grand opening of Scrub
Up Uniforms & Accessories at 802 Main Street in Chipley Friday morning. The storeoffers a full line
of medical apparel; accessories and footwear for all health care providers. Brands include Cherokee,
Workwear, Dickies, Peaches, Sketchers, Baby Phatt, Propper and more. Footwear brands include Nurse
Mates, Cherokee, Sketchers, Rocky and more.
They also carry accessories such as BP cuffs, scissors, badge holders, stethoscopes, pen lights, hosiery
and other items. They also offer 10 percent off student discounts, group orders and embroidery.
"We are excited to offer Washington County as well as neighboring counties, a local and convenient
option for all their medical, professional, apparel, footwear, and accessory' needs," Williams said. "Our
goal is to provide our customers with friendly service and high quality products at affordable prices."


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Opinion


Wednesday, March 17,2010


Local VIEWS


Senate Bill 6 received com-
ment online ...

This whole bill is ludacris! It
makes me so furious as a teacher.
How would this even work if all
classes weren't the same? Mean-
ing students levels of performance.
I was blessed this year to have
an overall high class while one of
my co-workers got a class full of
low-performing students who get
no help at all from home. I am a
Republican and it saddens me that
this bill was agreed on by Repub-
licans. None, I bet are teachers or
have experience in education. If
this passes, I will reconsider my
profession.
Brittany

Senate Bill 6 is outrageous. I am
teacher of the year at my school
in Dade County. If teacher pay is
dependent on student performance,
who will teach the ESE, ELL, or
other sub groups who do not make
large gains in achievement? In any
other profession, with experience
comes greater rewards, why should
teachers be punished for working
with less than gifted students?
Nancy Mastronardi

Comment at http://www.chipley-
.paper.com/news/bill-5611-senate-
contracts.html?referrer=facebook

The report on the WISE pro-
gram for Washington County
Schools drew several comments


Why would they not want them
at the regular schools in regular
classrooms? Is it because the stu-
dents harm themselves or others
and make learning difficult for not
only themselves but those around
them.
curious.

Because they can't handle them
in "regular school." They'll say so
they can get more individual at-
tention, because the have been
academically unsuccessful, they
can't function in the regular school,
bla, bla, bla. The bottom line is they
can't handle them and don't want
them with the other kids.
hello2

If things are going so well, how
many of these kids go back to regu-
lar school and graduate? How many
drop out? How many get arrested?
It's not nay saying. It's the facts.
Wonderin

They are making progress but
they may need a full time Resource
officer eventually? Is that progress?
Confused

Comment at http://www.chi-
pleypaper.com/news/school-5592-
board-wise.html


Thoughts on the health care debate


HAZEL WELLS TISON
Special to The News

We've heard so much about health care
reform and have been urged to contact
our representatives in Washington, but I
have to confess that I haven't known what
I should urge them to do or not to do.
Recently, I read the text of a speech
given on Jan. 13 in Washington, D.C. at
an event sponsored by Hillsdale College's
Allan P Kirby Jr. Center for Constitutional
Studies and Citizenship. The speech was
by Paul Ryan, R-Wis. a six-term member
of Congress from the state of Wisconsin
and a ranking member of the House Bud-
get Committee and Senior member of the
House Ways and Means Committee. Rep.
Ryan's thoughts are in language that I can
comprehend. I am using excerpts, with
permission, from that speech.
"Even though survey after survey
shows that 75 percent or more Americans
are satisfied with the Quality of their
health care, no one I know in Congress
denies that health care reform is needed.
Everyone understands that health care
in our country has grown needlessly ex-
pensive and that some who want coverage
cannot afford it. The ongoing debate over
health care, then, is not about whether
there should be reform; it is about what
the principle of that reform ought to be."
Ryan points that under our Constitu-
tion, individuals have a right to care for
their health, just as they have a right to
eat. But, he goes on, this right does not im-
ply that government must provide health
care any more than it requires the govern-
ment to own farms and raise crops.
Government's constitutional obligation,
he points out, is to establish conditions
for free markets. It also needs to examine
itself to see if its own interventions are the
root of the problem [high costs] ..."
Public health, like most public goods
was left decentralized by the Constitution. ,
"If there is any doubt that the control of


As I am in that high risk
group with other seniors
and special needs patients,
I really don't want some
government board deciding
if my life expectancy or
social usefulness make me
unqualified for medical
treatment. I much prefer to
leave that up to my family
and my physician.



health care services should not have been
placed in the federal government, we need
only look at the history of Medicare and
Medicaid a history in which fraud has
proliferated despite all efforts to stop it
and failure to control costs has become
a national nightmare. In 1966 the cost of
Medicare to the taxpayers was about $3.
billion ... in 1990 the cost was $107 billion.
By 2009 Medicare costs reached $427 bil-
lion with Medicaid boosting that by an ad-
ditional $255 billion."
Here are the three basic models Con-
gressman Ryan cites as choices:
. "(1) Today's business-government
partnership or 'Crony'capitalism' in which
bureaucratized insurance companies mo-
nopolize the field in most states;
(2) The Obama model in which federal
bureaucrats tell us which services are al-
lowed; and
(3) The model consistent with our Con-
stitution in which health care providers
compete in a free and transparent market,
and in which individual consumers are in
control."
Other than the accelerated cost to the


government for plan No. 2, the scariest as-
pect is the "whole life system" it proposes
in which "government makes treatment
decisions for individuals using a statistical
formula based on average life expectancy
and 'social usefulness.' In keeping with
this, the plans that recently emerged
from Congress have a Medicare board of
unelected 'specialists' whose job it would
be to determine the program's treatment
protocols as a method of limiting costs."
The president said in December 2009:
"If we don't pass health care reform...
the federal government will go bankrupt,
because Medicare and Medicaid are on an
unsustainable trajectory."
On first hearing, this argument appears
ludicrous: We must stop the nation from
going broke by enacting a program cost-
ing $800 billion or more in its first decade
alone? According to Ryan, this can only be
done through DEEP arid COMPREHEN-
SIVE government rationing of health care.
As I am in that high risk group with
other seniors and special needs patients, I
really don't want some government board
deciding if my life expectancy or social
usefulness make me unqualified for medi-
cal treatment. I much prefer to leave that
up to my family and my physician.
Ryan argues that government run
health care conflicts with the American
idea of a free society and the constitu-
tional principle underlying it that is,
the principle of individual rights and free
markets.
He proposes four changes which will
reform health care to reduce costs. And
that is the only reason it needs over-
hauling. Space here does not allow me
to go into his proposals, but to hear the
remainder of this article and suggested
solutions to health care reform you can go
to hillsdale.edu/imprimis for the complete
speech.
You might also want to contact your
U.S. Congressinan and urge him to sup-
port Rep. Paul Ryan's health care reform
plan.


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Local


Washington County News I AS


One. good idea gives way to another


A few months
ago, my brother
Jim Wells and
wife, Lavoughan
Williams Wells,
attended a family
member's funeral
of the well known PER
Williams Clan. PRI
After the ser- PR
vice, they had the Perr
pleasant surprise and hon-
or of being invited to the
Harry and Nellie Williams
Cope home place for a deli-
cious country lunch. .
Lavoughan grew up in
the Holmes Creek Bap-
tist Church community,
along with the Cope chil-
dren, and has maintained
contact with them down
through the-years as a
kinsman.
Jim and Lavoughan
learned that the Cope off-
spring, June Cope Miles
and husband, Billy; Ann
Cope Prescott and hus-
band; Addison and Lynn
Cope; along with wife, Faye
Shores Cope, have estab-
lished the home of their
late parents as somewhat
of shrine in memory of.
their departed father and
mother.
The sign in place labels
the site as "The Home
Place of Harry & Nellie
Cope, 356 Cope Road."
Brother Jim was so


RRY'S
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y Wells


impressed by the
loving actions of
the Cope children
that he pursued
the idea of doing
the same thing at
our old home place
located at 1471 Lee
Road in Washing-
ton County.
Jim has suc-


cessfully accomplished his
idea for the Wells home,
and secured the services
of the same company who
prepared the Cope sign.
On Saturday, March 6,
a partial family assembly
gathered at the Wells
home for the placement of
appropriate shrubbery to
adorn the beautiful sign
which Brother Jim and
Brother Max set in place in
January.
Our sister Muriel Wells
Turner and husband, Roy
Turner, along with others
who brought in covered
dishes, engineered a boun-
tiful spread at noon time
on the table situated in the
dining room where eight
Wells children of Hugh and
Marie Wells reached adult-
hood.
The sign situated in
front of the historic hilltop
home of our parents reads:
"The Home Place of Hugh
& Marie Wells, established
in 1925." Readers of this


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The new sign identifying the home of Hugh and Marie Wells now in place at the
old homestead displayed by Perry Wells II.


column will recall that our
parents never moved from
this location.
In the division of their
property, our parents ex-
pressed their wishes for
sister Muriel to own the
original home. Our sister
has done a commend-
able job of caring for the
landmark home place and
takes great pride in making
improvements and adding.
decorative ideas that our
mother was never able to
do. Of necessity, her atten-
tions were directedto rear-
ing a house full of children.
Histories and stories in
The Heritage of Washing-
ton County Book, released
in 2006, pay loving tribute
to Hugh Wells and Marie
Harris Wells, our parents.
One story written by your
writer deals particularly


with the history of the old
house with the theme of
what the walls would tell if
able to speak. Quotes from
mama on what she actually
was thinking about family
responsibilities, child birth
and child rearing so soon
after marriage, would have
been an excellent topic for
a second story.
The work day of March
6 was also a celebration
of a host of birthdays.
Many family members
enjoy their birthdays in the
month of March.
Our sister, Minnie Wells
Russ, who died Oct/ 16, -
2002, was born March 5,,
1930. Three of her five
children, Anita Russ Fl-
lammia, and husband, Pat;
Nancy Russ Schimmer,
and Tom Russ and son,
Alexander; attended the


decoration day event and
assisted Roy Turner-in .
much of the back break-
ing labor. Muriel was born,
March 17, 1943 and our
grandmother, Hannah
Malinda Brock Wells, had
a March 2, 1878 birthday.
This lovely lady figured
prominently in the lives of
all the Wells children on a
daily basis.
Muriel's oldest daugh-
ter, Maria, joined in the
work day in support of her
mother. Your writer, along
with wife, Hester; sister
Hazel Wells Tison, who
writes "Happy Corner" for
the Holmes County Times-
Advertiser; and Esteena
Wells, wife of our brother,
Clyde all came to support
Muriel in this memorable
project. Judy Tison, wife
of Hiram Tison, and our


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY Washington
County's division for Re-
lay for Life is ready to
kick-off preparations for
their event on May 14-15,
according to Team Divi-
sion Chairman Linda By-
bee, who is also a cancer
survivor.
"What I'd like to see is
the whole town and all the
stores get involved," By-
bee said. "Track markers
are available as well as
signs to place in business
windows to show that


business' support."
All money raised by
the Relay for Life team,
she explained, will go to
help those in Washington
County.
"We need all the help
we can get and the town's
support," she said. "I'd
love to see all moons and
stars in the local busi-
nesses windows because
every little bit of support
counts."
This year's Relay for
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the soccer field.
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youngest son, Gordon,
joined the party later for
some conversation and
reminiscing in the old
home where many memo-
ries are stored.
Discussions for the
Wells offspring to come
together for an official
unveiling and dedication
of the new sign is still on
going.
Our thanks to all the
Cope.family for initiating
an idea carried forward by
the Wells offspring. There
are many similarities in
both families. The Copes
were married Oct. 26, 1933,
eight years after the Sept.
24, 1925.marriage of our
parents. The Copes and
the Wellses remained in
the same neighborhood
and reared families. Each
farmed for a livelihood.
The children and grand-
children basically have
made their homes in the
immediate area.
Holmes Creek Baptist
Church was the place of
worship for the Cope fam-
ily, while the Wells clan
could be found at Bethel
Primitive Baptist Church
for services.
Hugh and Marie Wells
never lived to see the
bright lights of the Holly- .
wood and Vine street inter-
section in famed Los Ange-
les, Calif., but were able to
sAy that they resided at the
corner of'Lee and Brackin
.Road in their native Wash-
ington County, Florida
where they etched out a
living memorial which has
now been carried over.into
a written inscription noting
and paying tribute to their
lives.
See you all next week.


Washington
County's
division for
Relay for
Life is ready
to kick-off
preparations
for their event
on May
14-15,
according to
Team Division.
Chairman-
Linda Bybee,
who is also
a cancer
survivor.
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Crime REPORTS


Suspect sought
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton County Sheriff Office's
is asking for the public's
help in identifying a sus-
pect shown in surveillance
video during a weekend
burglary at the Florida De-
partment of Transportation
in Chipley.
The suspect is described
as a black male wearing
a yellow t-shirt and black
baseball cap.
Anyone who recognizes
the suspect is asked to call
the sheriff's office at 638-
6111.

One arrested on drug-
charges
BONIFAY On March 9,
narcotics investigators with
the Holmes County Sher-
iff's Department arrested
Calvin Eugene.Smith from
Hartford, AL for the sale
of .controlled substance
(crack cocaine), accord-
ing to a news release from
HCSO.
Smith allegedly traveled
from Alabama to a location
in Holmes County where
he made the sale of crack
cocaine to an untlercover
agent. During the inves-
tigation a large amount of
crack cocaine was seized
along with a large amount
of U.S. currency. Also
seized was Smith's vehicle,
which is a common practice
among law enforcement
agencies, when a vehicle
or other property is used
during the commission of


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Do you recognize this man? The Washington County
Sheriff Office's is asking for the public's help in
identifying a suspect shown above in a surveillance
video


a felony.
In response to this re-
cent arrest Sheriff Tim
Brown said in the news re-
lease, "I am very impressed
with our investiga-
tors in this case,
particularly be-
cause this subject
brought danger-
ous drugs into our
community. We're
going to pursue
these individuals ---
with all available CUR
resources".
Sheriff Brown also en-
courages anyone with in-
formation related to crimi-
nal activity to call Crimes
Stoppers of Holmes County
at 1-866-689-8477. You do
not have to give your name
and you may be entitled
to a cash reward of up to
$1,000.


Traffic stop
leads to meth bust
On March 12 narcot-
ics investigators with
the Holmes County
Sheriff's Office
stopped a pickup
truck on Highway
90 driven by Robert
Ed Curry, 43, for a
traffic infraction,
according to a news
release. During the
RY stop deputies re-
ported that Curry
was acting very nervous
which prompted inves-
tigators to search the
vehicle. The search re-
vealed a vial of metham-
phetamine hidden under
the driver's seat. Curry
was placed under arrest
for possession of meth-
amphetamine.


GCCC hosting 13th Annual

Health Awareness Day


Special to the News

PANAAM CITY The Counseling Cen-
ter of Gulf Coast Community College
will sponsor its 13th Annual Health
Awareness Day on March 25, from 10
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The event will be held
in the Commodore Cafe, Student Union
East.
Health Awareness Day is an oppor-
tunity for students, staff, faculty, and
members of the community to speak
with representatives from local organi-
zations that promote safe and healthy
lifestyles. Individuals will be able to
speak with the organizations concern-
ing the services that they offer in our
area and find opportunities to volunteer
with the organizations to give back to
the community.


This year's list of participants in-
clude: Agency for Healthcare Adminis-
tration, American Red Cross, Anchor-
age Children's Home, B.A.S.I.C., Bay
County Council on Aging, Bay Medical
Center, Big Brother/Big Sister, Cov-
enant Hospice, Division of Blind Ser-
vices, Epilepsy Association, Guardian
ad Litem, Health South, Home Instead
Senior Care, March of Dimes, Salvation
Army Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis,
Vocational Rehabilitation, Youth-in Ac-
tion and many others.
* Added features this year are sev-
eral give-aways and the opportunity for
GCCC students to speak with represen-
tatives from insurance companies who
offer benefits for students.
For further information, please con-
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Gulf Coast Community College held their Law Enforcement Academy
Graduation on March 1 1 at 7 p.m.

Concerned American Patriots of Holmes County meeting
The Concerned American Patriots of Holmes County will meet at 7 p.m.
Thursday, March 18 at Westville City Hall. For information call 850-956-
4100.


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an audience.
Also reviewed was bids
for the TDC's new Web site
hosting and redesign. The
TDC approved of request-
ing all five bidders to sub-
mit two Web site designs
each.
"The Web site is to be
used as a marketing tool to
attract consumers to our
area," Industry-Secretary
Jim Town said. "What we'll
ask for from each of them


is two web designs; one of
their best work. and one
that is closest to what they
think meets our require-
ments."
The TDC tabled the
Coastal Advertising and
Marketing Plan.
They approved of re-
questing a representative
from Jackson County's
TDC to attend the next
scheduled meeting as well
as representatives from


River South to "bring the
county into focus."
The TDC also discussed
that the meetings were far
too long and approved of
new meeting hours. The
workshop will be held from
4 p.m. to 5 p.m. and the reg-
ular meeting from 5 p.m. to
6 p.m.
The next regularly
scheduled workshop and
meeting will be held April
26.


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East boys balanced, girls guard-heavy again

BRAD MILNER four true guards, two who can play Jones will join them in a group of Some, like Ponce de Leon, only had
Florida Freedom Newspapers guard and forward, two impressive talented guards. one.
forwards and three post players to Barfield and Hicks anchored The Pirates' lone senior, Kelsi
PANAMA ( TY High school provide depth and skill in the paint, the East boys as early post player Trim, was selected for the East
sports are cyclical, with some years The girls are guard-heavy, as is the choices. The position is bolstered girls. Ponce de Leon advanced
featuring basketball teams heavier case with many East squads. more by the selection of Wewahi- to the Region 1-2A championship
in underclassmen than seniors. Stefon Barfield, one of the first tchka's Chris Peak. game, the deepest any area girls
The coverage area of The News three players chosen for the East, Finally on the boys side, Cov- team went last season.
Herald embodied that fact this sea- is joined by teammate Malcolm enant Christian's Kristo Kleimeyer Trim is a guard and will be joined
son. The senior pool for boys for the Owens, with the duo fresh off an ap- was one of the three first selections, at the position by Marianna's Chris-
Freedom All-Star Classic East ros- pearance in the Class 4A Final Four. but injured his ankle earlier this tina Wynn, Chipley's LeThera Rob-
ters was plentiful. The one for the Fellow Final Four participants, in month. He will be replaced on the inson, and Malone's Vanessa Olds.
girls was shallow in spots in terms Class 2A, Raheem Clemmons and roster sometime next week after Forwards include Marianna's Shar-
of numbers. Willie Quinn of Port.St. Joe also are choosing from the list of nominees. hea Williams, Rutherford's Nicole
The sixth annual Freedom Clas- on the roster. The girls currently have 10 play- Daniels and Port St. Joe's Mariah
sic takes place April 3 at the Billy Marianna's Tre Long and R.J. ers, with room to add two more Johnson, who also can play center.
Harrison Field House on the cam- Bowers, who led the Bulldogs to the before the game. The chore this Arnold's Candice Edmundson,
pus of Gulf Coast Community Col- Region 1-3A semifinal, are the third season was finding enough players Bay's Tanesha Middleton and Mos-
lege. The girls game is at 11 aam.' and final set of teammate pairings, to choose from, as several teams, ley's Octavia Langston were the
and the boys play at 1 pm. on the East roster. Franklin Coun-' including Graceville, Holmes Coun- first three selections and round out
The East boys are balanced with ty's Austin O'Neal and Bay's Kenny ty and Covenant, had no seniors, the roster.



Mugarian outshines Chipley's Whitson with no-hitter


D.C REEVES
Pensacola News-Journal
PENSACOLA Catholic High
pitcher Wes Mugarian saw the 30-
plus professional baseball scouts
standing behind home plate.
He knew all about his opposi-
tion, Chipley starter Karsten Whit-
son, one of the nation's top-rated
high school players. Mugarian
felt, the adrenaline as radar guns
pointed his way during warmups.
"I was a little nervous before,"
he said.
As it turned out, those nerves
were a good thing. ,
In as big of a stage as a regular-
season game can offer, Mugarian
was flat-out brilliant, tossing a no-
hitter in Catholic's 2-0 win against
Chipley on Friday night. It was the
first seven-inning no-hitter of his
high school career.
Mugarian (2-0) picked a big


night in this District 1-3A show-
down to enjoy one of the best
memories of his life.
"What a pitching duel," Catho-
lic High coach Richard LaBounty
said. "Both pitchers threw the ball
extremely well and were domi-
nant the whole game. Wes, as he's
done throughout his career, in the
big game he's found a way to win.
He was extremely dominant (Fri-
day)."
Mugarian, a University of Ala-
bama signee, threw 98 pitches,
65 for strikes. He struck out 15
batters while walking just two.
His performance overshadowed
a stellar outing from Whitson (86
pitches, 60 strikes), who struck
out 14 batters.
Hitting 94 mph several times
on the scouts' radar guns, the first
13 outs recorded by Whitson came
by strikeout. Baseball America
ranks Whitson, a Florida Gators'


signee, as one of the nation's Top did it again in the third and fourth.
10 prospects available for June's Aside from Dukes' home run, a
Major League Baseball draft. Catholic hitter didn't put a ball
"I know Karsten, he's a great in play until Evin Smith's check-
pitcher and I knew hewas going swing groundout to first in the
to strike out a lot of guys," said bottom of the fifth.
Mugarian, who moved his career Mugarian struck out the side
record to 18-0. "We were head- again ih the fifth and sixth innings.
to-head the whole time, and we He fanned two more in the sev-
matched each other pitch for. enth, including the final out just
pitch. It was a great experience, before his teammates stormed
I'll never forget it." the field to congratulate him.
It was an early at bat from Catholic scratched an insur-
Catholic's Devin Dukes that gave ance run across in the sixth when
Mugarian all the offense he need- a wild pitch by Whitson allowed
ed. Chase Keifer who had the only
In the first inning, Dukes got other hit of the game aside from
around on one of Whitson's 93 Dukes- to score.


mph fastballs, ripping it over, the
left field fence to give the Crusad-
ers a 1-0 lead.
Then Mugarian went to work,
striking out the side in the sec-
ond. Whitson matched it in the
bottom half of the second, then


Chipley 000 00 0- 0 0 1
Catholic 100 001 0-2 2 0
W-4Wes Mugarian (2-0), 7 IP,
0 R, 0 H, 15 K, 2 BB. L-Karsten
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BASEBALL:

Holmes County

ends Bozeman's

district streak

BRAD MILNER
Florida Freedom Newspapers

SAND HILLS Holmes
County benefited from five
Bozeman errors in one in-
ning to defeat the 'Bucks
7-3 in a District 2-2A base-
ball game on Thursday. It
snapped Bozeman's 26-game'
regular-season district win-
ning streak.
Holmes County led 3-2 in
the 'sixth inning, as Blue Dev-
il starter Will Thompson'and
Bucks' hurler Brandon Por-
ter were locked ina duel. The
Bucks committed five errors
and Porter and Nic Gutier-
rez surrendered three hits in
leading to four runs for Hol-
mes County.
Bozeman (5-3, 4-1) had
ample chances to make a
dent in the score, or even
rally for a win in the seventh,
but a double play with the
bases loaded quelled the mo-
mentum.
.,Porter gave up six runs
with five strikeouts in the
loss. Brady Oates doubled
and had an RBI and Travis
Register doubled for Boze-
man.
Thompson was 2 for 3 with
an RBI, Jeremy McGowan 2
for 4 with a triple, Jomar Con-
cepcion 2 for 2 with two RBIs
and Chad Wilson 3 for 4 with
a double. for Holmes County
(7-2, 5-0). Thompson gave up
two runs with five strikeouts
in the winning effort.


Sports ROUNDUP'


BASEBALL
Holmes County 12,
Freeport 6
BONIFAY Jordan Worth-
ing earned the win with two
innings of relief Saturday
Jeremy McGowan, Cole
Long and Chad Wilson had
hits for Holmes County.

Bozeman 16,
Graceville 1
GRACEVILLE -Travis Regis-
ter (2-1) pitched a complete-
game no-hitter with eight
strikeouts. Register also hit
a home run, Cole Haus was
4 for 4 with a home run and
five RBIs, Jordan Hobbs 3
for 5 with two RBIs and Jace
Wade 2 for 4 with three runs
scored for the Bucks (6-3, 5-1
District 2-2A).

Holmes County 9,
Chipley 4
CHIPLEY Jordan Worth-
ing pitched five innings for
thewin allowing three earned
runs while striking out four.
Jeremy McGowan was 2 for
2 with two runs and one RBI
and Will Thompson was 2 for
4 with a run scored.
Karsten Whitson was 3
for 4 with two solo home runs
for Chipley.

Laurel Hill 19,
Bethlehem 0
Dalton Gordon struck out
seven and allowed just three
hits on Saturday night.
Brian Simmons, Dalton
Gordon and Ethan Jackson
each collected three hits and
an RBI as Laurel Hill (2-1)
remained unbeaten in Dis-
trict 1-A play Tyler Simmons
went 2-for-2 with three RBIs.

Laurel Hill 19,
Poplar Springs 0
LAUREL HILL Zeb Strick-
land crushed 4 grand slam
and three-run homer while
tallying eight RBIs in the Ho-
boes' District 1-A victory.
Travon Calloway belted
a three-run homer, Chris


Korleski had three hits and in the win.
Dalton Gordon added two.
Ethan Jackson and Boomer Bay4. rttondale 1
Simmons combined to throw onale 1
a one-hitter while striking COTTONDALE -Abigail Bur-
out 11 for Laurel Hill (1-1, nett allowed three hits while
1-0). striking out seven as the Tor-
nadoes prevailed.
Crestview 12, a
Chipley 4 Paxton 6,
Bethlehem 2
Cameron Miller collected Bet em
a pair of hits, one of which BETHLEHEM Kristyn
was a home run, and drove Geiselman had a huge day
in three and Trevor Carna- for the Bobcats (5-1, 4-0 in
han had a two-run triple as District 1-A),, going 3-for-4
the Bulldogs (5-2) cruised. with two doubles, a triple
and two runs scored. 'Brit-
Cottondale 11 tany Kimmons helped out
by going 2-for-4 with a double
Graceville 7 and an RBI.
COTTONDALE The Cotton-
dale Hornets exploded early, Malone 4,
then held off a Gracevilleral- Cottondale 3
ly to take an 11-7 district win
over the Tigers on Tuesday COTTONDALE The Malone
night Lady Tigers picked up their
Patrick McClain led the third straight victory Friday
Hornets, finishing 4-for-4 afternoon in Cottondale, out-
with a grand slam, five RBI lasting the Lady Hornets 4-3
and two runs. The Hornets in 9 innings.
moved to 3-5 overall and 2-4 Sara Newsom pitched a
in district play. The Tigers complete game to getthe win
fell to 1-7 overall and 0-3 in for Malone, holding off a Cot-
district play. tondale rally in the bottom of
the ninth. Kelsie Obert went
the distance for Cottondale,
SOFTBALL striking out 15 and giving up
only six hits.

Chipley 7, Arnold 5 Graceville loses two
CHIPLEY Chipley im- GRACEVILLE The Gracev-
proved to 4-0 in District 1-3A, ille Lady Tigers dropped
5-3 overall as winning pitch- two home games, falling to
er Chelsey Carter limited district foe South Walton 7-3
Arnold to five hits. Delaney on Friday night and losing
Dempsey was the losing Saturday's game against Ar-
pitcher for Arnold. nold 15-0.
The Lady Tigers are4 at
Arnold 16, 6-8 overall and 3-4 in district
Graceville 0 competition.
PANAMA CITY BEACH Mi- Sneads 13,
chelle Ostrovsky was 3
for 4 with three RBIs ,to Cottondale 0
pace an Arnold win. Lau- COTTONDALE-TheSneads
ren Butherus and Delaney Lady Pirates used a 13-run
Dempsey were each 2 for 3 second inning to ease past
with an RBI. Mary Ann Kline district rival Cottondale 18-
was 2 for 4 with a double and 3 in five innings Thursday
two RBIs, Jo Jo Booker 2 for night. The Lady Pirates
3 and Courtney Richardson improved to 9-2 overall and
had an RBI for the Marlins 7-1 in district play, while Cot-
(7-3). Dempsey gave up one tondale remains winless this
hit and had seven strikeouts season at 0-9.


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Wednesday, MARCH 17,2010 Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE 1


Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Emerald Coast
Honor Flight
Special to the News

The Emerald Coast
Honor Flight will take
place Wednesday, May
5 and will depart from
Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
In order to prepare
and to better serve the
needs of individuals
scheduled to attend,
a mandatory pre-
departure meeting will .
be held Sunday, April
25 at 2 p.m. at NW
Florida Fairgrounds,
1958 Lewis Turner
Blvd., Fort Waltonr
Beach. There are a few
seats left. Any WWII
Veteran who wishes to
share this experience .
please call Cinnamon
Holderman at 850-939-
4050.

'The Curious
Savage' tickets now
on sale
Special to the News

CHIPLEY Tickets
for the Spanish TrailECILIA SPEARS
Playhouse production (EtIA SPEARS
of "The Curious StaffWriter
Savage" are on sale. cspears@chipleypaper.com
Ticket prices are $12 MARIANNA Over 400 youth packed
for adults, $10 for the great hall of the Christian Center
seniors (65 and up) Church to see Christian band Chasen
and military (with the evening of March 4.
ID). Tickets may be Lead singer, worship pastor and
purchased at the founder of the band, Chasen Callahan
Washington County explained that they were a "ministry
Chamber of Commerce first and a band second."
located at 672 5th "Why should we take credit for some-
Street in Chipley. For thing God has dohe," Callahan said. "I
Street in Chipley. For believe that God calls people to further
more information His kingdom; so I'm not a rock star, I'm
call the Chamber just honored to be considered one of
at 638-4157. Due His chosen."
to the nature of this The purpose of the band is to bring
production, children God's message to the youth of America,
under 12 are not because there are a lot of "milestones"
encouraged to attend. the youth have to face.
The cast includes "There .is such a lack of hope out
Terrie Garrett as Ethel there; in the media, in our schools, in
Savage, Steve Yates as our homes," Callahan said. "We want to
leave our audience refreshed, revived Lead singer, worship pastor and foui
Titus Savage, Carrie and pray they can feel the hope Jesus performs.
Bennett as Lily Belle has to offer because it's the one real
Savage, Alex Anderson hope in this world."
as Samuel Savage, IHe said that one of the toughest is- the credit.
Tiffani Wolfe as sues teens have to face now is accep- "He's the one that got most. of the
Florence, Kelly Banta tance. word out and made. it possible to pla
as Fairy May, Arthur "They are always facing the need here," Nix said. "He didn't want hi
Obar as Hannibal, for acceptance," he said. "Their always church's name out there because h(
Alex Squires as Jeffrey, wondering if their cool enough or if wants everyone to know its not about
Rosalyn Scott as Mrs. their pretty enough." building the kindomembership, it's abou"
Paddy, Ron Anderson One of their most popular songs, building the kingdom."
y on erson "Crazy/Beautiful" was written spe He gave credit also to One Shot En
as Dr. Emmett, and c ifically to focus on that teen issue, he tertainment's promoter Shane Corbin.
Sdra Watkins as Miss said "This concert was a huge success
Wilhelmina. "The song was to let them know that especially in this area," he said. "It was
The Spanish Trail they are a crazy beautiful because they a miracle to have as many people here
Playhouse is located are made in the image of Christ," he as we did."
at 680 Second Street said. "We're made in the image of the A parting piece of advice from Calla
in Chipley inside the one who created this beautiful world we han was not to take life for granted.
Historic Chipley High live in, this magnificent and awe-inspir- Have fun and enjoy the journey o
School. For more ing galaxy and there is nothing more hrist," he said. "Becauseeverybreatt
information, visit ww. Another issue being faced by the On March 25, Platform Management
spanishtrailplayhouse. youth of America is the separation of is placing Chasen as their feature band
con or e-mail families, allowing for a free download of theii
spahishtrailplayhouse@ "They're asking what they can do to newest released single "Cast Away."
gmail.com. make their parents proud and what they For more information on Chasen vis
can do to keep their parents together," it their official Web site at www.chasen
he said. "My advice is for them to hold music.com.
INDEX when times are tough and to rely on For more pictures and video visil
God." www.bonifaynow.com or www.chipley
Society..................... Page B2 Presented by One Shot Entertain- paper.com under photo galleries anc
Faith.... ......... Page B4 ment and 4Him Productions, public recent videos.
Classifieds......... Page B9 relations Director Albert Nix gave
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Weddings and ENGAGEMENTS


son of Alva and Rusty
Duffell of Avon Park. He
is a 1990 graduate of Hal-
stead High School. He is
also a graduate of The
National Tooling and
Machinist Association.
The wedding will be
held March 20 at 3 p.m.
at the Bonifay Agricul-
tural Center. A reception
will follow at the Bonifay
Agricultural Center on
East State 90 in Bonifay.
All friends and family
of the bride and groom
are invited to attend the
wedding and reception.


Allan and Brenda Gibson
of.Marianna, announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Heather Danielle Gibson, to
Robert Allen Bethea, son of
Robert and Tanya Bethea
Jr. of Chipley.
Grandparents of the fu-
ture bride are Leland and
Lanet James .of Marianna,
the late Mary James, the
late Joyce Miles James and
the late Raymond and -Do-
ris Gibson.
The prospective groom
is the grandson of Mar-
garet Carr of Chipley and
the Late WL. (Bill) Carr,
Walt and Mildred Schils of
Wausau and Robert Bethea
Sr. of Clewiston.
, Heather is a 2007 honors
graduate of Marianna High
School and received her as-
sociate of arts degree from


Chipola College in 2008. She
will graduate with a bach-
elor of science degree in
secondary math education
in May of this year.
Robert (Bobby) is a 2006
honors graduate of Chipley
High School and received
an associate of arts degree
from Chipola College in
2008. He will graduate from
the University of Florida in
2011 with a bachelor of sci-
ence degree in electrical
engineering.
The couple will wed
May 8, 2010, at 2 p.m. at the
Christian Center Church in
Marianna. A reception will
follow at the Agriculture
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Avenue in Marianna.
All friends and family of
the bride and groom and
their families are invited to
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Josh is the grandson of
the late Mr. and Mrs. Mike
Gainer of Chipley and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Riley of Wausau, Florida.
A wedding is planned for
June 5,2010.


Smith-Callahan engagement


Janet Smith and Rick-
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their engagement and
forthcoming marriage.
Janet is the daughter
of Carole King of Boni-
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son of Leona Callahan
and the late Wilber Cal-
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Janet is a registered


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March 27, 2010.


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WHTC graduation
CHIPLEY Washington
Holmes Technical Cen-
ter will hold their annual
graduation ceremonies on
Tuesday, May 4 at 7 p.m. at
the Washington County Ag
Center.
Students who completed
a program or received a
GED through WHTC be-
tween May 8, 2009, and the
present may participate.
Call Robbie Bazzell at 638-
1180 ext. 343 for more infor-
mation.

Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Spring Fling
BONIFAY The first Boni-
fay Nursing and Rehab
Spring Fling will be held on
Saturday, April 10, from 9:45
a.m. to 3 p.m. Festivities will
be take place on the corner
of State 79 and West Brock
Avenue, the big empty lot in
front of Dogwood Inn.
If interested in having a
booth, call 547-9289 for more
information. Reservations
should be made no later
than March 26. Spaces are
limited, so make your reser-
vations early.
A minimum donation of
$25 without electricity and
$35 with electricity (space
for electrical service is very
limited) will be required to
reserve a space and must be
paid at the time the reserva-
tion is made. No refunds.
Make check payable
to Family Council/Bonifay
Nursing & Rehab for Fall
Festival and mail to the at-
tention of Kim Drummond,
Activities, Bonifay Nursing
& Rehab, 306 West Brock,
Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425.

Saddle Up for St. Jude
BONIFAY 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 Hospi-
tal. Trail ride, hay ride and
dinner will be April 24, 2010,
with registration starting
at 9 a.m. and ride at 10 a.m.
The location will be at 1647
Hwy. 177A Bonifay. For more
information contact Carol
Solomon at 547-3159 or Mar-
tha Willsey at 547-1754. Ad-
ditional events include: ride,
dinner, auction, prizes and
split the pot drawing. Regis-


tration fee is $10 per person
or $25 per family with chil-
dren under 18 years. Cur-
rent Coggins required.

Criminal justice
program
CHIPLEY -The Criminal
Justice Program at the
Washington-Holmes Tech-
nical Center will be offering
their Basic Recruit Correc-
tions Academy as both day
and night classes.
Orientation/registra-
tion will be March 22. Day
classes begin April 12 and
night classes begin April
21. Students that success-
fully 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 se-
mester" option.
Both the day and night
academies meet four days
a week (Mondays through
Thursday) instead of the
traditional five day acad-
emies. 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 Steven-
son at 638-1180.

Alzheimer's monthly
support group
CHIPLEY Covenant Hos-
pice offers a free monthly
Alzheimer's support group
for caregivers at the Wash-
ington County Council on
Aging, located at 1438 South
Blvd. at 10 a.m. on the third
Thursday of every month.
Those who attend will have
the opportunity to explore
their emotions in a safe and
caring environment.
The Alzheimer's Care-
giver Support Group pro-
vides 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.

Seeking artwork
for display at
Legends and Lore
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton 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 orga-
nizers are looking for a few
artists interested in display-
ing and selling their artwork.
They are looking for artwork
that depicts nature setting,
regional animals and plants,
homesteads, farms or any
artwork that would promote
local, natural and cultural
history of the area.
Anyone interested in dis-
playing artwork should con-
tact Amy Sweeney at' 415-
1636 or amysweeney2005@
yahoo. com.

Tax assistance
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
and AARP will take appoint-
ments for the 2009-2010 tax
season. Tax returns will
be prepared each Monday
morning from 8 a.m. until
noon through April 12.
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 noon on Wednesdays at
the Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital
Education Room. There
is no cost to attend. Individu-
al counseling is available by
' appointment free of charge.
Free NRT available for class
participants. Call Doreen
Freer, RN. at 415-8198 for
more information.

Old-Time Fiddlers'
Convention
DOTHAN, Ala. The annual
Old-Time Fiddlers' Conven-
tion willbe held at Landmark
Park on Saturday, March 20.
The contest, which begins
at 1 p.m. in the park's Vic-
torian-style gazebo, is held
annually in conjunction
with Spring Farm Day from
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All acoustic musicians
are invited to bring their
fiddles, guitars, banjos and
other instruments to jam
in the "Fiddlers' Corner" in
the park's one-room school-
house during the day.
Contestants of the Old-
Time Fiddlers Convention
will compete in four age
categories for cash prizes
and ribbons. An open divi-
sion will be offered with
no age or tune restrictions
and winners will be award
a first, second and third
place trophy.
All contestants not pre-
registered must register by,


noon the day of the event.
Registration to enter the
adult and senior division of
the Old-Time Fiddlers' Con-
vention is $10. Registration
is $5 for the youth, junior and
open divisions.
Other activities during
Spring Farm Day include
demonstrations of old-fash-
ioned skills, children's ac-
tivities, music, concessions,
arts and crafts and more.
Landmark Park is a 132-
acre natural and cultural
history museum and serves
as the Official Museum of
Agriculture for the state of
Alabama. The parks located
on US Hwy 431, three miles
north of Dothan's Ross Clark
Circle. To receive a registra-
tion form and rules for the
Old-Time Fiddlers Conven-
tion, or for more information
about Spring Farm Day, call
334-794-3452 or visit www.
landmarkpark.com.

Guitar Hero
tournaments
SEASIDE Ever dream
of being a rock star? If so,
you have two chances to
live the dream on March
19 and April 9 in Seaside at
Seaside Rocks Guitar Hero
Tournament. Two separate
tournaments give amateurs
and experts alike the chance
to show off their skills and
originality as they compete
to win a grand prize of a $250
shopping spree at Best Buy
in Destin.
There is a $10 fee to enter,
and contestants under the
age of 18 must have signed
parental consent to com-
pete. The final rounds of the
tournament will be open to
the public in the Seaside


Ava McKenzie Stevenson cel-
ebrated her first birthday on Sat-
urday, Dec. 19, 2009, with a lady
bug themed party.
She enjoyed hamburgers. hot
dogs, a ladybug birthday bash
cake made by her Nana, and lad.
bug cupcakes.
Ava is the daughter of Bran-
don and Tiffany Stevenson of
*Vernon.
She is the granddaughter of
Calvin and Joyce Stevenson of


Amphitheatre at 7 p.m., and
will conclude with an audi-
ence vote to decide the win-
ner. Anyone interested in
signing up for the event can
visit www.seasiderep.org or
call 850-231-0733.

Plowing contest
DOTHAN The 4th an-
nual Alabama State Horse
and Mule Plowing Contest,
sponsored by Southern
States and SunSouth, will
be held at Landmark Park
on Saturday, March 20 dur-
ing the park's annual Spring
Farm Day.
The contest will serve as
Alabama's official competi-
tion and the winners will
be eligible to represent the
state in the U.S. Plowing
Contest held each Septem-
ber in Ohio.
Once a common event
in rural Alabama, the time-
honored skill of tilling the
soil with horse or mule will
take center stage at the
park for visitors to enjoy.
The Alabama competition
will consist of two classes:
two-horse walking plow
and two-horse riding plow.
Plowers will be judged in a
variety of areas, including
depth of furrow, straight-
ness of furrow and cleanli-
ness of sidewall.
Cash prizes will be
awarded for first, second
and third place in both
classes. The entry fee to
participate in the contest is
$10 per class. Pre-registra-
tion is encouraged, but not
required. Call the park of-
fice at 334-794-3452 for entry
forms and information.

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Vernon, Rhonda Porter and Sam
Graf of Cottondale, Danny and
Dr. Annette Porter of Chipley
and Ricky and Penny Raley of
Bonifay.
She is the great-granddaugh-
ter of Paul and Merle Rebuck
of Bonifay, Curtis and Annette
Porter of Vernon, Betty and (late
Elton Crutchfield) of Bonifay, the
late Freeman and Polly Davidson
of Callahan and the late William
and Ruby Stevenson of Chipley.


French reunion
BONIFAY The 23rd annual French reunion will
be heldSunday, March 21, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
at the Bonifay Ag Center, located on Hwy 90, one
mile east of Bonifay.
This year's reunion will feature a special tribute to
Dora (French) Johnson who recently passed. Friends,
family and all relatives are welcome to attend.
For more information contact committee members:
Sidney J. Johnson at 850-528-3702, Kathy (Barnes)'
Kersey at 547-3393 or Marcy (French) Smith at
547-2157.



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It is well


with my soul

Have you ever used the expres-
sion, "It is well with my soul" or
"whatever the Lord
will?" There is a
song we sing in our
worship services
that is titled, "It Is
Well With My Soul."
It is a very beauti-
ful song and has a
LET YOUR tremendous meaning
LIGHT SHINE within the words.
Wes Webb It even takes on a
greater meaning
when you know the history behind
the song.
The words of this song were writ-
ten by Horatio G. Spafford. He lived
from 1828-1888. The music was writ-
ten by Philip P Bliss, who lived from
1838-1876. There are many different
accounts of this song, but this is one
that I had read.
Spafford had known peaceful and
happy days as a successful attorney
in Chicago. He was the father of
five children, an active member of
a Presbyterian church, and a loyal
friend and supporter of D.L. Moody
and other evangelical leaders of his
day. Without warning, however, a se-
ries of unexpected events occurred.
First, there was the sudden death
of the Spaffords' only son. Then a
short time after, the great Chicago
fire of 1871 wiped out the-family's
extensive real estate investments.
When Moody and his music associ-
ate Ira Sankey left for Great Britain
for an evangelistic campaign, Spaf-
ford decided to take his family to
Europe to lift their spirits and also
to assist in the meetings.
In November, 1873, Spafford was
detained by urgent business, but
he sent his wife and four daughters
as scheduled on the S.S. Ville du
Harve, planning to join them soon.
Halfway across the Atlantic, the
ship was struck by an English ves-
sel and sank in 12 ininutes. All four
of the Spafford daughters Tanet-
ta, Maggie, Annie and Bessie -
were among the 226 who drowned.
Mrs. Spafford was among the few
who were miraculously saved.
Horatio Spafford stood hour
after hour on the deck of the ship
carrying him to rejoin his sorrow-
ful wife in Cardiff, Wales. When the
ship passed the approximate place
where his precious daughters had
drowned, Spafford received sustain-
ing comfort from God that enabled
him to write, "When sorrows like
sea billows roll ... It is well with my
soul." What a picture of our hope!
Here are the rest of the words of
this song:
When peace, like a river, atten-
deth my way, when sorrows like
sea billows roll; whatever my lot,
Thou has taught me to say, it is
well, it is well, with my soul.
Refrain: It is well, with my soul,
It is well, it is well, with my soul.
Though Satan should buffet,
though trials should come, let this
blest assurance control, that Christ
has regarded my helpless estate,
and hath shed His own blood for my
soul.
My sin, oh, the bliss of this glori-
ous thought! My sin, not in part but
the whole, is nailed to the cross,
and I bear it no more, praise the
Lord, praise the Lord, 0 my soul!
For me, be it Christ, be it Christ
hence to live: If Jordan above me
shall roll, no pang shall be mine, for
in death as in life thou wilt whisper
Thy peace to my soul.
But, Lord, 'tis for Thee, for Thy
coming we wait, the sky, not the
grave, is our goal; oh, trump of the
angel! Oh, voice of the Lord! blessed
hope, blessed rest of my soul!
And Lord, haste the day when
my faith shall be sight, the clouds
be rolled back as a scroll; the trump
shall resound, and the Lord shall
descend, even so, it is well with my
soul.
It is always good to remember
as we go through life from day to
day there are many things that may
happen to us we do not understand.
Why someone leaves this life at a
young age or why this person has
this affliction. We need to remember
no matter what happens in life, God
is in control and as long as we are
right with God, "It is well with my
soul."
This message has been provided
By Wes Webb, evangelist, Chipley
Church of Christ, 1295 Brickyard
Road, Chipley, FL 32428;
850-638-2366.


God transforms lives without hurt, cost or limit


I have written about
the joy of going to the
beach and observing
how nature changes it
from day to day. Also,
I have written about
the enjoyment that I
receive from taking an FRO
old car and restoring Fl
it to what it once was. Ti
Witnessing that which
is old transformed
into something new again just
because someone took a little
time to care.
Many things are going
through my mind as I am
seeking God's direction, not
only for this column, but also
preparing for our today's
prayer meeting, and two ser-
mons on Sunday. The thought
of the Sunday evening mes-
sage brought my thoughts
back to this thought about
things transformed.
Sunday -evening we will
ordain three men to serve
as deacons at Gully Springs.
I realize that I have been
blessed to witness something
more amazing than the beauti-
ful beaches being transformed
by nature, under the design of
God, and something more ful-
fillihg than watching old cars
being transformed into some-
thing new and different, which
as nature has its way will soon
take it back to its old form.
God has allowed me to wit-
ness the lives of these men


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being transformed, as
God has transformed
their future, family,
friends and lifestyles
into that of peace, hope
.. and joy. The transfor-
mation that has taken
place in their lives has
4 THE transformed even the
.RT world around them be-
HA, cause their attitudes,
actions, appreciation
and ambitions are so much
different because they have
placed all their faith in Jesus
Christ.
They are not perfect, but
if you knew these men and
where they were years ago,
and know them today, as many
do, you would have to agree,
there has been a perfect trans-
formation in and of their lives
since the day they placed their
faith and trust in Christ and
began reading and applying
the Word of God (the Bible) to
their lives on a daily basis.
What is so wonderfully
amazing about the transfor-
mation in these men's lives
is that it did not hurt or cost
them anything because the
transformation of the beach
and the cars can be very hurt-
ful, damaging and costly. Their
transformation took place im-
mediately, whereas, those on
the beach and the cars often
take a lot time. Also with cars,
someone such as myself, has
to pick one car and only one


car at a time to restore, while
so many are destroyed.
On the other hand, God of-
fers His transforming love to
anyone and everyone who will
turn from trusting in them-
selves, their faith, their pos-
sessions, their education, their
government and even their
church or religion, and place
their faith in the transforming
life of Jesus Christ found in the
Bible, God's only son and His
only Word to mankind today.
In His Word, He tells us in
Ephesians 2:8: "For by grace
are you saved through faith
and that not of yourselves, it
is a gift from God" (NKJV).
Then He shares with us where
the faith we have comes from
in Hebrews 12:2, which says,
"Looking unto Jesus, the au-
thor and finisher of our faith."
One of the disturbing things
I hear people say almost ev-
eryday is that "I have my faith
and I'm alright in doing things
my way." If that is true, then
the Bible and Jesus Christ is
a liar because He said it was
His way or no way (John 14:6).
But you know what? I have
witnessed and experienced
personally the transformation
that Christ brings in a person's
life.
I firmly believe there are a
lot of people telling lies about
their faith, and probably will
spend eternity in hell because
they are too stubborn to read,


apply and accept the truth of
Christ and the Holy Word of
* God, the Bible.
This one thing I know for
sure,:when the person of Jesus
Christ becomes the object of
a person's faith, their life is
transformed into a life which
desires to be obedient to His
Word, which will then lead
them to get involved in a lo-
cal church that preaches and
teaches "thus says the Word
of God".
That transformation then
leads them to a life of obedi-
ence that will then bring forth
good fruits and service resem-
bling that of the life of Christ.
They will then begin to reflect
His light and become a light in
this dark world that will show
others the way to Christ, but
to others they will become
salt which burns and destroys
those who continually reject
the truth.
May I ask, what or who is
the object of your faith today?
(Romans 4:13-5:4).
This message has been
brought to you From the Heart
of Tim Hall; timothyjhall.org;
Senior Pastor, Gully Springs
Baptist Church, PO. Box 745,
2824 Highway 90 West Bonifay,
FL 32425; located; three miles
west of the light at Highway
79, 850-547-3920 and author of
"Church Go To Hell! Please?"
e-mail: timhall_2000@yahoo..
com.


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Ministry NEWS


Reality Hall
coming to Vernon
VERNON The second an-
nual Reality Hall program is
on Saturday, April 3, begin-
ning at 6 p.m. The program
at the Vernon Community,
Center will be put on by local
volunteers. The first Reality
Hall last October drew 380
participants.
The event features skits
and displays showing the
consequences of mak-
ing wrong decisions and a
strong Christian message of
salvation and redemption.
Organizer Joe'lle Fondo
said the event is directed
toward parents and youth
age 12 years of age and
older.
Those attending the up-
coming event will enjoy re-
freshments in the cafeteria
and then travel in groups
through the halls, including
"Meth Hall," "Coke Hall"
and a room about sexual
abuse, and view several
skits. A mock car wreck will
be in front of the community
center.
For more information call
535-4139.


Holy Week observance
CHIPLEY The Chipley Min-
isterial Association invites the
community to attend a Holy
Week Qbservance the week of
March 29 through April 2. The
non-denominational service
will begin each day at noon
in the Sanctuary of the First
United Methodist Church,
with a short devotional last-
ing 10-15 minutes. Each daily
service will be conducted by a
local pastor. The speaker for
Monday March 29 will be Rev.
Tim Evans of Blue Lake Bap-
tist Church.
The Rev. Mike Orr of First
Baptist Church of Chipley will
speak on Tuesday, Rev. David
Darrow, First Presbyterian
Church on Wednesday, Rev.
Price Wilson, Jerusalem Mis-
sionary Baptist speaks on
Thursday and Father Sean
Knox of St. Joseph The Work-
er Catholic Church will speak
on Friday.
Following the devotional
each day, a free soup and
sandwich lunch will be served
in the Fellowship Hall. It is
the intention that this pro-
gram including lunch will al-
low those who work to pprtici-


pate in the celebration during
your lunch hour and return to
work on time.
The First United Methodist
Church of Chipley, 1285 Jack-
son Ave., Chipley, will host the
event each day with the meals
and devotional speakers pro-
vided by local churches whose
pastors are members of the
Chipley Ministerial Association.

Macedonia Church
benefit
WESTVILLE -There will be
a benefit sing for Macedonia
Church at Macedonia Church
on County Road 181C, be-
tween 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.
Refreshments will be served
in the fellowship hall after the
sing. For more information,
call 850-836-4483, 850-373-3109
or 850-419-0429.

New Orange Baptist
Gospel Jamboree
ORANGE HILL New Orange
Baptist Gospel Jamboree.will


be held Saturday, March 20 at
6 p.m. The church is located
at 782 Alford Road, just off
Orange Hill Road. A covered
dish dinner will follow the
jamboree. For more informa-
tion call 638-0182 or 638-1330.

Revival at Abigail
Freewill Baptist
VERNON The Abigail,
Freewill Baptist Church will
be hosting a revival beginning
on Sunday, March 29 through
April 2 with the Rev. Mike Kir-
by. Services will be on Sunday,
March 29 beginning at 6 p.m.
and for the remainder of the
week, services will begin at
7 p.m. Everyone is invited to
attend and be spirit-filled. For
additional information, con-
tact the church's pastor, the
Rev. Buzz Kirby at 535-0824.
The church is located at 2392
Dawkins St. in Vernon.

Otter Creek Sing
PONCE DE LEON The
Crowns of Grace Quartet will
be singing at Otter Creek
Methodist Church, Saturday,

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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 Assembly of God: County
160 in the Bethlehem Community.
Pastor is Tommy Moore. '
Cords of Love Assembly of God:
2060 Bethlehem Road in the Kynesville
area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: .State 79
South. Pastor is 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
where 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on
the lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N.
Waukesha. Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay'Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street.
Pastor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South
Blvd. Pastor is Michael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will Baptist:
1387 South Blvd. Pastor is Ben Hull.
East Pittman Freewill Baptist:
half-mile north of Highway 2 on 179.
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., f7 miles southeast
of Chipley off Orange
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980
Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor
is the Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249
Highway 179. Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles
west of Bonifay on Highway 90. Pastor
Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory
Hill Road (Highway 181 N), Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chipley.
Holyneck Missionary Baptist:
3395 Cemetery Lane, Campbellton..
Pastor Richard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist:.
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson
is pastor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is located
in northwest Holmes County. Pastor is
Stacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale.
Pastor is Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
1233 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley, Pastor
is Dr. H.G. McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
Highway 2, one mile west of Highway
79 in Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049
Sanders Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Rudolph Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist:
James Paulk Road off Highway 177.
Pastor James Carnley.
'New Hope Baptist: Intbrsection of
Highways 2 and 179A.
' New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church-(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford
Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is
Kermit Soileau.
New Zion Baptist: Highway 177-A
north of Highway 2.
Noma Baptist: Highway 175 north of
Highway 2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
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 Baptist: St. John's
Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist:
4156 St. Matthew's Road, Caryville.
Pastor is the Rev. James Johns.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville Road (Highway 276)
between Cottondale and Alford. Pastor
is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Highway
77. Pastor is T. Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A, Bonifay 547-3517.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located on
Highway 277, three miles south of
Highway 90 in Chipley -
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev.
Marcelious Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist: Highway 177,
a mile south of Highway 2. Pastor is
Maurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road,
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey
Martin.
Vernon First 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 Tuesdays 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


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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.
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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 Holinpss: 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 Qrange 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 Hill United Methodist: State
Road 2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor
is the Rev. Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Methodist Church;
3540-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
Bobby 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 Bias.
Caryville Evangelistic Center:
Wright's Creek Road in Caryville, just
north of Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne
Brannon.
Christian Fellowship Center, 1458
' Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley, Pastor
is Isaac Harmon.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
The Church of Jesus'Christ of Latter-
day Saints, North Ride, Bonifay, FL
.32425: 850-547-1254 or 850-547-4557
Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua Bowen
Chipley Ward: Bishop Charles Munns
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach:
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
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
Vidkery
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 Temple Church of Prayer
F.FA.R; 841 Orange Hill Road, Chipley;
638-4982; Pastor Annie Holmes.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at
6 p.m. for Bible study). Pastor is Fred
King.
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins
Bridge Road, Bonifay 32425. Pastors:
B.T. Owens and James Bush.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Smith.
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
77. 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


BCF PROFESSOR JUDGES AND

PERFORMS AT RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL


GRACEVILLE The music faculty at The -
Baptist College of Florida in Graceville are
frequently asked to judge or perform during '
music festivals, workshops, conventions and C
conferences. This past week Associate Pro-
fessor of Piano Angela Glover was asked to w
participate in the Renaissance Music Festival
in Dothan, Ala., as a judge and performer.
Dedicated not 'only to the students she .
teaches at BCF, Glover was selected to judge
because of her musical expertise, experience
and years of musical training. "The judging
was very enjoyable," Glover said. "I heard
students of all levels and ages, starting with
age five. It was refreshing to hear so many
students thatwere excited about excelling in
-piano."
After lending her talents to the festival by
giving unbiased criticism of the musicians
competing, she also showcased her gift of
music by partnering with Rosemary Hunter
to perform a piano duo in the Renaissance
Music Festival's recital Sunday, March 7.
"I wanted the audience to feel the excite-
ment of the Mozart Sonata for Two Pianos,"
Glover said. "I hope the performance was
true to Mozart's style, with clean passage
work and phrasings." SPECIAL TOEXTRA
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performances offered at TheBaptist College Rosemary Hunter at the Renaissance Festival in
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Local


Professor completes 40-year writing career


Bethlehem High School
Library to carry author
Jay S. Hoar's works
Dan Smith
Special to Extra
Since he retired Dec. 31, 1999,
Professor Jay S. Hoar has estab-
lished himself in American biogra-
phy with "Our Eldest and Last Civil
War Nurses," "Our Youngest Blue
and Gray," and a trilogy masterpiece
of 2,000 pages, "Sunset. and Dusk of
the Blue and the Gray," a three-vol-
ume national study.
Hoar recently revisited the area
doing research.
"I have allowed this glorious field
of writing to dominate my life for 40
years, in faith that my generation
owes those-who follow this until-now
available Americana," Hoar wrote.
"I haven't just written this national
study; I've lived it."
Having taught hundreds in his
writing courses, he has, evolved his
own "take" on creative nonfiction,
namely epic prose elegy. This writ-
ing process flowers in key testimo-
nies' from widows, sons, daughters,
grandchildren and neighbors who


well knew his last surviving civil war
centenarians.
"I'm 76 and a native of Sandy
River Plantation, two miles north of
the famous Rangeley Lakes Region,
where I grew up," he wrote. "Attend-
ing the University of Maine and Mid-
dlebury College, I have received, re-
spectively, a B.A. (1956) and an A.M.
(1964) in English."
He wrote that he served four
years in the U.S. Navy, from
1956 to 1960.
"Much of my duty was aboard the
USS Macon (CA-132) as yeoman, sig-
nalman, librarian and chaplain's as-
sistant," he wrote.
All during the '70s through the
'90s, he reached key sources. They
and nearly 600 Civil War oldsters of
the '40s and after are rescued from
oblivion with full-life stories.
His first two volumes are "The
North's Last Boys in Blue," while
volume three is "The South's Last
Boys in Gray," submitted to Higgin-,
son Book Co., Salem, Mass., Dec. 24,
his "last, largest and best" book.
He likens the trilogy to a final
parade of 24 marching units of aged
veterans whose life stories unfold for
the reader-viewer on the sidelines.
"I was fortunate to marry Miss
Arline M. Keene in June 1959 and


to have her 48 years and be blessed
with our daughter, Sheryl L. Hoar,
and have taught in Maine high
schools, at Maine Maritime Acad-
emy three years and at the Univer-
sity of Maine at Farmington for 33
years," he wrote. "I do prize a Jef-
ferson Davis Medal conferred upon
me in September 1989 by the Texas
Division of the U.D.C."
Details on his works are avail-
able via www.jayshoar.com or last
blueandgray@a6dl.com.
Bethlehem High School Library
will soon have all of his books, which
are nine total.
Of special interest to "the Wire-
grass" citizenry in his volume three,
"The South's Last Boys in Gray,"
are life stories on the Keith Broth-
ers, George Washington (1852-1951),
W.M. Tom (1856-1949) and James
Samuel (1858-1934); W.M. Lee Ow-
,ens (1852-1942) of Niceville; Elder
Gomillion (1853-1943) of Red Bay;
Madison L. Bowlin (1848-1947) of
Bonifay; Delity Powell Kelly (1851-
1939) of Apalachicola and Pensaco-
la; C.S.A. nurse Jonce A. Forehand
(1848-1939) of the Bethlehem com-
munity; and WM. Allen Lundy (1848
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Pet TALK


Separation anxiety
Nearly all pet owners
consider their animals an
integral part of the family
and treat them as such.
Most pets do not make a
fuss when you leave the
house, although they are
always happy to see you
return. Others have a dis-
order called separation
anxiety, in which the pet's
owner must be in sight at
all times; otherwise, the
animal will go crazy. Many
dogs that have separation
anxiety have a hyper-at-
tachment to the owner, are
excessively attentive to
the owner and follow him
or her everywhere. They
always want to be held,
touched or clinging to the
owner and sometimes even
become anorexic when the
owner,is not present.
"Occasionally this be-
havior problem is seen in
puppies and adult dogs
from rescue groups or
shelters, or adult dogs that
have to suddenly deal with
schedule changes in which
they are spending numer-
ous hours alone, when in
the past the owner was
always with them" said Dr.
M.A. Crist, clinical assis-
tant professor at the Texas
A&M College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences. "Separation anxiety
is usually about two things:
separation and anxiety, or
fear."
Symptoms of separation
anxiety in dogs can include
destructive behavior to-
ward personal items, such
as clothing, remote con-
trols, bedding, doorways
and windows, in an effort
to escape from crates or
confined rooms. Persistent
barking, howling and elimi-
nations with urine and fecal
accidents in multiple areas
may all be signs of anxiety
from being left alone. If you
notice hypersalivation with


possible puddles of thick
saliva in the crate or near a
doorway or window, it may
be caused from your pet
scratching in an attempt to
escape. These symptoms
occur when the dog is alone
or believes it is alone.
Common steps to man-
age or treat separation
anxiety can include in-
creasing your dog's level of
independence, interactions
with people and sometimes
the involvement of anti-
anxiety medications.
"It is recommended to
not reward anxiety atten-
tion-seeking from dogs as
a level of comfort. Provid-
ing attention during these
situations will enable your
dog and reinforcethe un-
wanted behavior. Positive
attention that is initiated by
the owner and scheduled
training can be helpful"
Crist said. "Keep your ar-
rivals and departures to a
minimum, and non-event-
ful.
It is recommended
to perform all departure
activities, such as feeding,
walking and eliminating, 30
minutes before leaving. Do
not leave in a hurry, be-
cause the dog will pick up
on this and can be nervous
when the owner leaves the
home. Evaluate some of
the departure activities the
owner performs, such as
getting the car keys, pick-
ing up a wallet or purse, or
getting the cell phone.
Any of these can be
predictors that the owner
is going to depart, and may
make the dog anxious. One
can try to desensitize the
dog to some of the depar-
ture of the activities by
performing them at times
when the dwner is not leav-
ing. Teach the pet to be left
alone by providing dog bed
areas in different rooms for
the dog to lie down. Prac-
tice with the pet, having it
lie in these areas for longer


periods of time each time,
and then begin leaving the
home and increasing the
length of time periods."
Certain methods of
distraction can also work
well to keep your pet oc-
cupied while you leave the
premises. These methods
include the owner leaving a
treat that will take the dog
a long time to consume, or
leaving the TV or music
on in the house. Dogs may
be kept in a crate, which
sometimes can increase or
decrease the anxiety level,
and also may protect the
home from damage made
by the unwanted behavior
of the pet. You may also
use a synthetic dog ap-
peasing pheromone (DAP)
throughout the household
where the pet is located.
The pheromone may pro-
vide some degree of calm-
ing in dogs that experience
separation anxiety.
"Sometimes dogs suffer
from separation anxiety to
a point where they need
to be prescribed medica-
tion from a veterinarian
or a veterinary behavior
specialist" Crist said. "It
is recommended that the
medication and a behav-
ior modification program
go hand in hand and that
the medication does not
replace the modification
plan. The two veterinary-
approved medications for
separation anxiety in dogs
are Clomicalm (generic
name clomipramine) and
Reconcile (generic name
fluoxetine)."

Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can
be viewed on the Web at
http://tamunews.tamu.
edu/. Suggestions for
future.topics may be di-
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Obituaries


Annie Ora Gray Yates,
77, of Chipley, died Feb.
19, 2010, in the Northwest
Florida Community Hos-
pital in Chipley. She was a
native of Jackson County,
but resided in Washington
County most of her life.
She was a member of the
Grant Tabernacle AME
Church.
Survivors include her
children, Pamela Holmes
(John) of Chipley, Gwen-
dolyn Rouse, Eddie Rob-
inson, Annette Robinson
all of Fort Pierce; Norris
Robinson of Vallejo Calif.,
Rosalin Crolle (Walter),
Latoisha Johnson of Jack-
sonville, Winston Robin-
son (Tammy) of Chipley,
and Johnston Blackman
of Daytona, Wallison.
Yates (Shirley), Steveson
Yates (Vera) of Altamonte
Springs, Loraine Walker


of Sacramento, Calif.,
and Tommy Kittrell of
Pembroke Pines; her
siblings, Kayola Johnson
of Fort Pierce, and Joe
Hazel Gray of Lakeland;
48 grandchildren; 45
great-grandchildren and
seven great-great-grand-
children; along with many
nieces, nephews cousins
and other relatives and
friends.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 27, 2010, at
Grant Tabernacle AME
Church in Chipley, with
the Rev. Charles Flowers,
the Rev. Larry Brown, the
Rev. James Vickery and
the Rev. Charles White
officiating. Interment
followed in the St Mary
Cemetery in Caryville
with Cooper Funeral
Home of Chipley
directing.


Charles "Bill" William
Cartee, 60, of Sunny Hills,
died March 10, 2010, at his
residence surrounded by
his family.
He was born Feb. 5,
1950, in Asheville, N.C.,
to Charles Richard and
Marie Stanton Cartee. He
lived in Sunny Hills for
the past ten years, com-
ing from Andalusia, Ala.
He was chaplain for the
Sunny Hills Volunteer Fire
Department and a pastor
in Georgia, Alabama and
Colorado. He was also a
member of Cypress Creek
Community Church.'
He was preceded in
death by his parents and
a brother Ricky Gene Car-
tee.
He is survived by his
wife of 41 years, Betty
Cartee of Sunny Hills;
son Christopher Charles


Cartee of Sunny Hills;
daughter Cheryl Bow-
ers and husband Rickey
of Tallapoosa, Ga.; sister
Pat Parks of Ellijay, Ga.;
grandson; mother-in-law
Dorothy Austin of Bremen,
Ga.; three nieces and four
nephews; and numerous
foster children.
Local funeral services
were held March 12, 2010,
at Cypress Creek Commu-
nity Church with the Rev.
James Vickery officiating.
Out of town services were
held March 13, 2010, at the
Calvary Baptist Church
in Bremen, Ga. Burial
followed in the Bremen
City Cemetery with Obert
Funeral Home of Chipley
in charge of arrangements.
Flowers Donations may
be made to Emerald Coast
Hospice 4374 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446.


Ronnie Odell (R.O.)
Miles, 62, of Bonifay, died
March 6, 2010, after a
lengthy illness. He was
born Feb. 5, 1948, to the
late Odell and Martha
Miles of Graceville. He
retired in 1995 following
26 years of service as a
Florida Highway Patrol
officer. He spent the ma-
jority of those years as-
signed to Holmes County.
He was an avid hunter
and fisherman and loved
the outdoors. He relished
the time he spent in the
woods and on the water
with many family and
friends.
Ronnip was prede-
ceased by his daughter,
Rhonda Miles Scalise;
his father, Odell Miles;
his mother, Martha'
Miles; and brothers,
Herbert L. Miles and


Lonnie M. Miles.
He is survived by his
wife of 42 years, Ann
Berry Miles; a son and
daughter-in-law, Sean L.
and Kimberly Miles; the
grandchildren he adored,
Josiah Taylor Scalise,
Kaitlyn Liane Miles, Ash-
lyn Nicole Miles, Aiden
Rose Scalise and Jaelyn
Genae Miles; a son-in-law
and wife, Randy and Gina
Scalise; and a brother,
John W. Miles.
F funeral services were
held March 9, 2010, at
Carmel Assembly of God
in Bonifay with Pastor
Tommy Moore officiating.
Interment followed at the
New Hope Assembly of
God Cemetery in Gracev-
ille. Funeral Services
were directed by Williams
Funeral Home of
Graceville.


Carl Edward Jenkins,
79, of Vernon, died March
7, 2010, at home.
He was born April 9,
1930, in Gulf County to
James Jenkins and Mary
(Galloway) Jenkins. He
was a motor grader op-
erator for Washington
County and a United
States Army Korean
Veteran of the 7th
Cavalry..
He was a lifelong resi-
dent of Washington Coun-
ty and a member Church
of Jesus Christ Latter
Day Saints, Bonifay
Ward.


He was preceded in
death by his wife, Myrtle
Jenkins.
He is survived by two
daughters, Marsha
Gillespe and husband
Michael of Vernon,
and Carlene Evans
and husband Joey of Ver-
non; and seven grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were
held March 10, 2010, at
Church of Jesus Christ
Latter Day Saints, Boni-
fay Ward with Bishop
Joshua Bowen officiating.
Interment followed at
Jenkins Cemetery.

Arnice Kuykendall


Oswald Macune (Chip)
Weeks Jr., 94, of Chipley,
died March 5, 2010, at
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital. He was
born Nov. 24, 1915, in Fort
Myers to the late Oswald
M. and Marie Stella (Sult-
er) Weeks. He had retired
from the United States
Postal Service and was
a former staff sergeant
in the U.S. Army, and a
veteran of World War II.
He had been a resident of
Chipley since 1945, com-
ing here from Holmes
County.
He is preceded in


death by a brother Clar-
ence Edward Weeks and a
sister Marie B. Wilson.
Survivors include a
niece Marie Bruner of
Tallahassee; a nephew
Burton W. Wilson of
Graceville; and several
great nieces and neph-
ews.
Funeral services were
held March 9 at Brown
Funeral Home, Brickyard
Road Chapel with Bishop
John Gilbert officiat-
ing. Interment followed
in Wachob-Forest Lawn
Cemetery, Brown' Funeral
Home directing.


Billie D. Bell, 81, of
Graceville (Poplar Springs
Community), died March
10, 2010, following an ex-
tended illness. She was
born in Largo on Aug. 27,
1928, to the late David and
Bonnie Brazeale Ellis. She
was a member of Noma
Baptist Church, where she
served as a Sunday school
teacher for many years.
She was preceded in
death by her husband
Charley Zack Bell; brother
David Ellis and sister Betty
Lee Kelly. Survived by her
three sons Lewis David
Bell (Ramona), South Ful-

Mallie S. Cook


ton, Tenn., Charles Michael
Bell, Graceville and Johnny
Franklin Bell (Brenda),
Panama City Beach; daugh-
ter Phyllis Dianne Hayes,
Graceville; seven grandchil-
dren; 15 great-grandchil-
dren; and a host of nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Funeral services were
held March 13, 2010, at,
Noma Baptist Church with
the Rev. Scott Wyatt and
the Rev Jonathan Shepard
officiating. Burial followed
in New Teamon Cemetery
with James and Lipford
Funeral Home in Graceville
directing.


Arnice "Sue" Kuykendall, 90, of Bonifay,
died March 6,2010, at Washington Rehabili-
tation and Nursing Center in Chipley.
She was born Sept. 7, 1919, in Altoona,
Ala. to the late Clarence and Lois Saye
Jones.
She is survived by one daughter, Billie


Sherrouse; husband, Claude of Bonifay;
three grandchildren; eight great-grandchil-
dren and six great-great-grandchildren. A
graveside service was held March 8,2010,
at Socrum Cemetery in Lakeland. Peel,
Funeral Home of Bonifay in charge of local
arrangements.


Mallie Shackelford Cook, 97, of
Florida City, died March 1, 2010, at
her resident. She was a native of Chi-
pley
Survivors include several grand-
children, nieces, nephews cousins and
other relatives and friends.


Funeral services were held
March 5, 2010, at St. Joseph
AME Church in Chipley with the
Rev. Larry Brown officiating. Interment
followed in the church cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.


Jean W. Franklin


Edith P. Spearman


Jean Watkins Franklin, 89, of Graceville, died
March 6,2010. She was born in Houston County,
Alabama on Aug. 17, 1920, to the late Charles Is-
rael and Bera Texas Watkins. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church of Graceville.
She is preceded in death by her husband El-
bert Steven Franklin, son Benny Elbert Franklin
and son-in-law, Curtis Wade Riley.
She is survived by three sons Joe Bruce
Franklin, Rocky Mount, Va., Tommy Dale (Betty)
Franklin, Navarre and Bobby Miller (Ginny)


Franklin, Stuart; two daughters Patsy Franklin
Riley, Graceville and Becky Jane (Phillip) Horns-
by, Dothan, Ala.; daughter-in-law Lanette Brackin
Franklin Corpus Christi, Texas; 15 grandchildren;
32 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grand-
children; several sisters and brothers-in-laws;
and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
Graveside service were held March 8,2010, at
the Marvin Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Tim
Folds and Dr. Jerry Windsor officiating, James &
Lipford Flmeral Home in Graceville directing.


Edith Pamela "Pam" Spear-
man, 54, of Bonifay, died March
5, 2010, at her home. She was
born Feb. 15, 1956, in Baxley, Ga.
She is preceded in death by
her father, Willard Willoughby.
She is survived by her hus-
band, George Michael "Mike"
Spearman of Bonifay; mother,
Mavis Rowe Willoughby of
Townsend, Ga.; son, Joey Con-


treras of Kingsland, Ga.; daugh-
ter, Christine Barrett Willoughby
of Townsend; brother, William
Willoughby of Townsend; and
sister, Billie Smith of Eulonia,
Ga.
A memorial service was held
March 8, 2010, at Peel Funeral
Home Chapel with Chaplin Gino
Mayo officiating, Peel Funeral
Home directing.


WEDNESDAY,
MARCH 17
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the public
every Wednesday and meet-
ings are the fourth Wednes-
day of the month at 2 p.m.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon: Bonifay Kiwanis
Club weekly meeting, held,
at Simbo's Restaurant in
Bonifay.
1 p.m.: Line dancing,
Washington Council on Ag-
ing in Chipley
7 p.m.: Depression and
Bipolar Support Group-
meets at First Baptist
Church educational annex
building in Bonifay. Call 547-
4397.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Ponce de Leon Method-
ist Church, Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY,
MARCH 18
7:30 a.m.: Washington


County Chamber of Com-
merce breakfast.
10 a.m. to noon: Hol-
mes Council on Aging
provides hot meals and
socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.: Chipley
Library preschool story-
time.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (lo-
cated in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
Noon: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley.
1-6 p.m.: Wausau Li-
brary open.
2 p.m.: Hospice of
the Emerald Coast grief
support group, held at
Jackson County Public Li-
brary, 2929 Green Street,
Marianna.
3 p.m.: Vernon Garden
Club meeting.
6-9 p.m.: GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.: TOPS meeting,
held at Mount Olive Bap-
tist Church, located three
miles north of Bonifay on
Highway 79.
8 p.m.: Narcotics


LIBRARY HOURS
Holmes County Library
Tuesday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon
Washington County Library
Monday-Thursday- 9 a m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a m. to 1 p m
Vernon Library
Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday and Friday: 1-6 p.m
Wausau Library
Tuesday and Thursday: 1-6 p.m.


Anonymous meeting,
held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Boni-.
fay.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, held at New Hope Vol-
unteer Fire Station, High-
way 2 in Holmes County.

FRIDAY, MARCH 19
10 a.m. to noon:
Homes Council on Ag-
ing provides bingo,
exercise, games, activi-
ties, hot meals and social-
ization.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (lo-
cated in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.

SATURDAY,
MARCH 20
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting,
held at Bonifay Methodist
Church, Oklahoma Street
Bonifay.


SUNDAY,
MARCH 21
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting,
held in the board room at
Graceville-Campbellton
Hospital in Graceville.

MONDAY,
MARCH 22
10 a.m. to noon: Hol-
mes Council on Aging
provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (lo-
cated in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
6-7:30 p.m.: Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a
domestic violence support
group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the
SADVP Rural Outreach
office at 1461 S. Railroad
Ave., Apt. 1 in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6 p.m.: Bonifay City
Council meeting.
7 p.m.: Vernon City


Council meeting.
7 p.m.: Vernon Lodge
164 F&AM. Call Johnny
Worthington at 535-0310.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting,
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on High-
way 177A, Bonifay.

TUESDAY,
MARCH 23
10 'a.m. to noon: Hol-
mes Council on Aging
provides hot meals and
socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (lo-
cated in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
Noon: Chipley Kiwan-
is Club meeting.
Noon: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley.
5:30 p.m.: Chipley
Downtown Merchants
Association, 827 Main St.
6-9 p.m.: GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.: Holmes County
Commission meets fourth
or last Tuesday
6:30 p.m.: Washing-
ton. County Republican
Party meeting held at 794
Third St. in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.: Wausau Ma-
sonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous closed meet-
ing, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
8 p.m.: Narcotics
Anonymous meeting,
held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Boni-
fay


Conference

for parents,

teachers

of gifted

students
Special to Extra
DOTHAN, Ala. The
second annual confer-
ence 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
sponsored by the Col-
lege of Education and
is'aimed at helping
parents and teachers
better meet the needs
bf gifted students in
kindergarten through
second grade.
The conference
presenters will provide
information on the
recommended books,
games, toys, and ac-
tivities that parents
can use at home and
ways that teachers
can easily differentiate
instruction to extend
and enrich the cur-
riculum for high-ability
students. Seating is
limited. Pre-registra-
tion is required and
will be on a first-come,
first-served basis. To
register, call 334-983-
6556, ext. 1351, or vmo-
rin@troy.edu. Lunch
and refreshments will
be provided.


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CIVIL ACTION NO. County, Florida, described THE WASHINGTON WITNESS my hand and items, Including home. FREE 6-Room H Medical/Health
67-10-CA-128 as follows: Commence at COUNTY COURTHOUSE seal of this Court on the 2 1120 1 8-2, Thurs through Sat. FREE 6-Room DISH
Parcel No(s): 113 a 2 inch crimped iron pipe at 11:OOAM, on the 8th day day of March, 2010. Advertising that works. 638-8804, 1098 Orange .Network Satellite Sys- I RN/PT
(no ID.) marking the south- of April, 2010, the following LINDA HAYES COOK Put your ad in over 100 Hill Rd tem! FREE HD-DVR! PTA/OT
STATE OF FLORIDA DE- east comer of said Section described property as set Circuit and County Courts Papers through hout Sl anel -(fV33 n or' 1 Come ro withus
PARTMENT OF TRANS- 9 (southwest corner of said forth in said Final Judg- By: K. McDaniel Forida for .oone u lowY tel Chane I Come Grow withg S
PORTATION, Section 10); thence North ment: Deputy Clerk F f one .1(8 Yard Sale. Sat., March Airlines are hiring, year.) Call Now- $400 Now Hiing i A
PetitionSthh :rrate! Call (866) 20th. 7am-1lpm. 837 Train for high paying Tender BONUSI HeatCrTouch'
Petitioner, 86'44'55" West 136.03 feet LOT 11, BLOCK 44 OF As published' in the 742-1373 or isit Chestnut Hill St. Chipley837 Train for high paying p BONUSI Heaces
-v AM along the south line of said SUNNY HILLS UNIT ONE, Washington County News www.florida-classifieds.co chestnut Hill St. Chipley Aviation Maintenance (8 seeking experienced,
BERTRAM SMITH, and Section 9 to the centerline ACCORDING TO THE March 10, 17, 2010. m Career. FAA approved r -----.1 dedicated healthcare
others of construction of State PLAT THEREOF AS RE- IN THE UNITED STATES program. Financial aid Wanted to Rent; I professionals
Defendants. Road 79, as shown on CORDED IN PLAT BOOK DISTRICT COURT FOR if qualified, Housing Farm land or pasture in to paticipaten our
NOTICE OF ACTION IN D.O.T. Right of Way Map 2, PAGES 9 THROUGH THE NORTHERN DIS- available, CALL Avia- I Chipley, Vernon, I CardacWound,Care,
NPIPOFT I R #2207734 (said map 27, OF THE'PUBLIC REC-- GracOvilleonfay
EMINENT DOMAIN AND being on file at FD.O.T ORDS OF WASHINGTON PANAMA TRICTOFFLORIDA ion nance ( of88)349-5387 850-711859., Orth Daeicand
NOTICE OF HEARING District' 3 Office, Chipley COUNTY, FLORIDA. CASE CITY DIVISION O. nan ce 3 8 -7-sy 89 programs. in
FOR CONSTRUCTIVE Florida), and to a point on NKIA 4045 ZINNIA DRIVE,
SERVICE OF PROCESS a non-tangent cutrveto t he CHIPLE, FL 32428 C B T 5 NV1a3-SPM c r n oCo I ne an
left (concave westerly); Any person claiming an in- UT C B SHOOTERS. Create generations |ofrr
TO: Al) defendants named thence (from a tangent terest in the surplus from ED SHOOTERS. create generations of CHome Health Care
in Schedule A, attached; bearing of North 04046'34" the sale, if any, other than AMERICA, I N' Bla.k powder reproduc- memories everyday, Gutar amplifiers for sale, Home H
all parties claiming inter- East) northerly along said the property owner as of 2100 Peon ammo without the vacations never endl like new, less than 1 year I Team With excellent
ests by, through, under, or centerline and said curve, the date of the Us Pend- ROBERT M. FENDE, 2110 Pets: Free to black powder cleanup. 6 Simple DIY pool kits old. Fender stack 4x12 reputation for quality
against the named defend- having a radius of ens must file a claim within ROBERT M FENDE Good Home gun & rifle loads. New and pool accessories and Marshall 1/2 stack, care.. Fax Resumeto
ants; and all parties having 28,586.29 feet, for a dis- 'sixty (60) days after the and SECURITY MUTUAL 212 Pet Supplies Knight 50 cal rifle, $225. on sale. Visit' 4x12, $500.00 each or 850/913-1
or claiming to have any tance of 1,909.99 feet, sale. and SECURITY MUTUAL 2130 Farm Animals/ Zero brand ammo. CBL FamilyPoolFun.com or $1000.00 for both. Call Joe Or call Office Manager I
right, title, or interest in through a central angle of WITNESSMY HAND and NANCIAL SERVICES, Supples 8 5 0 -2 6 0 1 3 4 2, call (800)950-2210 850-547-3696 or 850/91315M0
and to the property de-tINC. 2140 Pets/Livestock 1-800-741-9707. 850-547-2292 __Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
and to the property de- 03'49'42"'to end of curve;' the seal of this Court on Defendants. Wanted -, i I*
scribed in Schedule B. thence departing said cen- March 11,2010. 2150 Pal Memorials 16 ?-
A petition in terline run South Unda H Cook NOTICE OF SALE
main has been filed to ac- 89-03'08" East 112.00 feet Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE IS HEREBY
quire certain property in- to t nohe existing easterly By: J.C. Rogers T IE A ER OF r ARM
terests in Washington right of way line of said Deputy Clerk CUIT DERSIGNED, APPOINTED U O
County, Florida. State Road 79, as shown Florida default Law Group, MBENTOFAFORELOSURE _
Each defendant is required on said Right of Way Map, PL. RENDERED IN TILHE
to serve written defenses and POINT OF BEGINN- PO Box 25018:A O T C E O
to the petition onr to th petition- ING; said point being on a Tampa, Florida ABOVE-STYLEDCUNTY ASEWe uy ONun
desc attorney, whose petition -tangent cur e COUR33622-50THOUSE DOOR IN BY 2 Y r Cell $35' 9. -
and address aruse why a westerly); As published inMORGAN CHASE THE ITY OF CHIPLEY, $400 All shot



thaty property shouldn'tt m nca n esa oht NATIONAL FLOTRICTDA, OFFERT FOR THE ha thy pa( nts-53 All5t F r.. .ppr per eek R,,nlo:
below, on or beforeth n thence (from a tangent Washington County' NewsN E R10 23565F brhi We el5th buy p s 5 Free E5tima'es
21, 2010, and to file the bearing of North 00'56'53 Mrch 17,L24, 2010. FLORTIDA, N D RI D OF ue tank $125,. 7ft Steel SN 0 638-0212 sI
originalof the defe ns th es Eas d northerly along said' IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE THE PLAINTIFFATHE UN- af oi ic2 ~"N T ''e'M INuDE
fendant for the relief de er rightofway line an SESSION 1; UNKNOWN14TH JUDICIALCIRCUIT. DERSIGNED CAPPOINTED 850-547-2934
either before service on curve h t (concave #2; IF LIVINGAND haALL Beginning at the intersec- r ROOFING





thcause petitioner's attioney or 28t69829eri OF FLORIDA, IN UNDER AND FOR INSorth, Range 15CRE, WILLest and 2 M IN I Denton here tise \OUrr
tin d a y their aordr e feet, for a dis- WASHINGTON COUNTY ON THE 31st DAY OF GOO s ice b sin S here






the court deems proper in a centra l angleof NOT KNOWN TO BE thence South along said $1.00 each. Laying hens e y ling i n
has in or to the property southerlyrighthofewating UNC: WASHINGTON 'COUNTY $12.00 each. Baby ducks N (850)638-8183 Re cyclin g dia"'sI.





before the Honorable Alen s DEAD OR ALIVE, West right of way line .ate Caur r1 imr.;n
described inat the Washingtone ofsou t of uy GCOURTHOUSE DOOR INd sec- 3120 -Arts c Crafts Hv 1774.l r u l ' ec nminn. "
County Courthouse atof Loucious Lane (a county MORGAN ASETHEion 9, OF CHIPLEY, 2 East 528.52 3130- Auctions l r l
time and place sh designated maintained road), as BANK NATIONAL FLORIDA, OFFER FOR 850-415-2998. (80) 5470726Collectibles All t per eek ,:,
be taken for the uses fRnd Way Map, and end of ASSOCEEDINGS-PRO PE, SALEtion 9, Township 2 North, 31PUB Computers a .. a l








prhp ho s etfori the cur v e A touD Plaintiff, LIC OUTCRY TO THE Heinz 57 Weanling Buckra n HN dn 4 -9
purposes set forth in the curve EN ESTER ANce UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE MATION CONCDDERNING 3230 Goats, $50 each. 250 gge/Yard Sales Free Estimates
fails to do so, a default will8alog East150ng CARLOS ALVAREZ; UN- FOLLOWING DESCRIBED ee80i.-ar' prnni:&
WITNESS my hand and saidexisting south- T KNOWN PARTIE S IN POS- PROPERTY SITUATED IN platform on 3 point hitch 10t.. $ ..25 .
be entered against that de- early right of way line to a SESSION #1' UNKNOWN WASHINGTON COUNTY with forks, $250. Call, '48504547-293








the seal of this court on IS: 3000 NW 106 Ave, CONTACT ASSISTANT U. 3250 Good Things to Eat 0 -2934
point on a non-tangent PARTIES IN POSSESSIONFLORIDA:8. .57., -. ,, 50 '








man3/11/2010ed in the petition. curve t the right(concave Springs, FL 33065 S. AORNEY PAUL ALAN 320 &iess Adveris o r
PLEASE TAKE NO TICE westerly); thence depart- #2; IF LIVING, AND LL Beginning AT (850) ntersec- / ..
that a declaration of taking iai ing, including any un- 942-8430. ALL SALES fthe North line ICC O b si.,ess here ,t'. "








By K. M Er D aniel IN THE CIRCUIT COURT known spouse of the said ARE SUBJECT TO CON- 3290 Medical Equipment h "' '
has Deputy Cflerk OF THE FOURTEENTH DefendantG BY, THROUGH, Section 9, OF T HE 3300 Miscellaneous a
TIMOTHY H. WELLS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT remarried and if either orG COURT. METHOD OF 3310 Musical i,'ns.mments for only 0 .
cause and that petitioner tangent bearing of South of said Defendants PAYMENT IS BY POSTAL 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ N ur
(850)will apply for an order of 415-9289 CA SE NO. grantees, assignees, cred- PAYABLE TO THE U.S. 3350Tickes (Buy & Sell) anscape esign, ntracting,









Florida Bar No.e559806 67-2-000139 itors, lienors, and trustees, MARSHALS SERVICE. Irrigation277,
taking and any other order erly along said curve, ha nd all other persons TEN PERCENT OF an ad all Maintenance andManaementre
the court deems proper ing a radius of 28,713.29 NOT KNOWN TO BE thence South along said
beforThe unkHonorable Allen feet, for distance of DEAD OR or against the named IN CERTIFIED CHECK OR 3130f way line BILLY BROCK FARMS
L. Register, one ofgatees, LOAN SERVICING, crossing the DefWH ETHER SAID UN- 119.5 feet, thence WestILL AUCTION quality
judges of this couredirt, on east line otiff, aforementioned named BE ACCEPTED WITH THE FARM EQUIPMENT competitiveCentipede & St. Augustine Sod
une 11BROWN, iat 8:30 line of said Section CLAIM AN INTEREST AS said Section 9, 529.68 feet, 3100-Antiques r.47- 414 IIrp r, d r 2 ( 3ek
eat t W Ng t ho g "endn SEE$, GRANTEES, OR the North line of said sec- 3120- Arts & Crafts &3m ia vill 8v) wrl, l ,' ', 0 e (l 8 t un
Time, at the Washington gle of 0110'45" to end of OTHER CLAIMANTS tion 9, thence East 52852 3130 Auctions
Chipley, Florida. All de- 092037" West 101.53 fee ndant(s). f, eet along said North ine ', ,.
fendants in this action may to POINT OF BEGINNING; N O of Section to the Point of 3160- BusLiness li ace a ad call
request a hearing at the YOU! NOTICE OF ACTION Beginning. Said property Equipment (850) 638-0212 C SSIC
time and place designated Containing 9,622 square F 0 R E C LO S U R E beinginthe NW3ofSc-3170- Collectibles

for hTOingon County, Florid 3210- Free Pass It On Holmes County Tmes-Advertser 54 -9414
hearing shall waive any BROWN, BERNICECal Carlos Alvarez; ADDRESS FOR ADDITIONAL INFOR- 3220- Furni ture
of taking or D SI EDNA BRWN- UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE MATION CONCERNING 3230 Garage/Yard Sales '-4 3" Iif!
WITNESS my hand and PERSON LAST KNOWN ADDRESS THE ABOVE PROPERTY 3240- Guns ".". -' '
the seal of this court on AspubliIS: 3000 NW 106 Ave, CONTACT ASSISTANT U. 3250 Good Things to Eat
3/11/2010. Washington Cu n Ne CoralSprings, FL33065 S. ATTORNEY PAUL ALAN 3260-Healtb&Fitness -"Adertise \our
LINDA C OOK LMES Residence unknown, if liv- SPROWLS AT (850)ce 3 M a hin er/ ,
As Clerk of Court ing, including any un- 942 8430. ALL SALES Equipment Ad C-0212
By K. Mc Daniel IN THE CIRCUIT COURT known spouse of the said ARE SUBJECT TO CON- 3290- Medical Equipment frI
As Deputy Clerk OF THE FOURTEENTH Defendants, if either has FIRMATION OF THE 3300:-Miscellaneous $.1 0 "Lcokt
TIMOTHY H. WELLS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT remarried and if either or COURT METHOD OF 3310 Musical Instruments 0for only $1 00 4,u
Attorney for Petitiorner IN AND FOR WASHING- both of said Defendants PAYMENT IS BY POSTAL 3320- Plants & SbrubsNu ris,c
Post Office Box 607 TON COUNTY, FLORIDA are dead, their respective MONEY ORDER OR CER- 3330 ues a week Prinr s, TLh
Chipley, Florida32428 CIVIL ACTION unknown heirs, devisees, TIFIED CHECK MADE 3340 Sporting Goods 8 week minimum Landscape Design, Contracting,
(850) 415-9289 CASE NO. grantees, assignees, cred- PAYABLE TO THE U.S. 3350 Tickets (Buy &0Sell)
Florida Bar No.: 559806 67-2009-CA-000139 itors, lienors, and trustees, MARSHALS SERVICE.Iri~. p rgation
Schedule A DIVISION: and all other persons TEN, PERCENT OF To aceMn
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN claiming by, through, un- HIGH/ACCEPTABLE BID
The unknown heirs, benefi- COUNTRYWIDE HOME der or against the named IN CERTIFIED CHECK OR 3130
ciaries, devises, legatees, LOAN SERVICING, L.P, Defendant(s); and the CASHIER'S CHECK WILL AUCTION 638-0212 BILLY BROCK FARMS
EDNA BROWN, if de- vs. Defendant(s) and such of BALANCE DUE WITHIN 48 Saturday, March 27, 2010, 1420 850) 326-1500
ceased. RONALD CRAIG the 'aforementioned un- HOURS. NO CASH WILL 8:0M.47-94 4(850) 638-1202 (6 -1
known Defendants and BE ACCEPTED. 83AM
such of the aforemen- DENNIS A. WILLIAMSON 'Sale Site, 1 mile east of Ives'a '7 'l '
CET ants as may be infants, in- Northern District of Floridaonw6,i
THE competents or otherwise BY: Fort Rd. A o4 ke '
JOB DONE! not sui juris. U.S. Marshal Service Watch for signs. wel
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- DATE: Consignments welcome.E S
FlED that an action has As published in the Wash- For more information call ._._.._ERVICE
been commenced to fore- ington County News Feb- John Stanley,
Call one of our close a mortgage on the ruary 24 March 3, 10, 17, G80)94o20, F L.y reramic -"i sNa lZ41
ad-visors" and put the following real property, ly- 2010. Greenwood, FL. Tree Removai
ing and being and situated AUO44/AB491 !,
Classifieds to in Washington County,NE SmallTractHrves.ng ,Full Towing Service
Florida, more particularly NEW LOCATIONII hipperPrnsng & TrmmsngW ____ VEITALL Also Available
W ORK FOR YOU! described as follows:1 -110 Michelle & HC's Auction Cie
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Drivers 1/BR on Ig lot & Mobile home for Rent: 3 Crystal Lake. Beautiful Land or Developments
3BR/1.5BA, in .,Chipley, bedroom, 11/ bath, $325. waterfront lot. 5Oft sandy Deiray Beach, FL Par- Wanted. We buy or
"Experienced" Logging Rent/Sale, Iglot, fruitrees, month. 2 bedroom, $300. white beach. $138,000. Bank-Ordered Uquida- Central GA 120 AC adse 6 New Homes, market development For Sale: 19 travel
Truck Drivers needed, smoke free, references re- Westville area. Possible owner financing tion Sale! 3/ 20 & 21 Di- $1,350/AC Hardwoods, Name your own prices lots. Mountain or Wa- trailer, self contained,
$600 per week. Call quired 850-260-9230 or 850-548-5541 Call 850-5794455 o rect Ocean Access with planted pine, borders Accepting Sealed Bids, terfront Communities in queen bed, new NC, fur-
850-338-6817 or 547-2091. 230 or bC al850-573-1126 FREE Boat Slips Now Little Muckaloochee No Minimum! For NC, SC, VA, TN, AL, nace, refrigerator, micro-
850-338-3963.7 Mobile Home Lot in Chip-850-573-1126 $29,900 (was Creek basin, great March 17th sale, GA, FL. Call (800) wave, dual axle.
2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. ley area for rent. Nice & Call To Place $124,900) All amenities hunting. (478)987-9700 www.defalco.com (561) 455-1981, Ext.1034 850-956-2810, Leave mes-
Healthcare $400 month, 1st, and last Shady. Includes, w/s/t. An Ad In Classifieds. complete! Paved St. Regis Paper Co 922-7424 sage
month. Deposit required. $175/mo.; Mobile Home Washington roads, underground
Medical Office (850)-326-2412. 8 miles for rent, Chipley. 2br 2ba, County News utilities, club house,
Secretary/CNA needed. South Bonifay $400/mo+250dep. Call (850).638-0212 pool. Excellent financ- Lake Lot Salel 5 acres ,,
Also one insurance biller. ______638-9412 Holmes County ing. Call Now only $24,900 includes |
Call 850-547-4771. 3BR, CH/A, stove, refriger- Mobile Homes in Cot- Times-Advertiser (877)888-1406,x 1554 Central GA 49 AC FREE BOAT SLIPSI
r ------- ator, fenced yard, utility tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- (850) 547-9414 $1,325/AC Gently roll- was $59,900)Be Sale
Site Manager room. 593 4th St. $500, les E. of Chipley 3br, 2ba, ing, planted pine, some mix of woods/ march 20h Bead-utiful
fortwoUSDARD515fi- first & last month plus & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total RO EC NNONRE TY hardwood, near Flint mix o w alk to private .I
Financed rental com- I $200 deposit. 638-1476. elec. (850)-258-4868 or CANNON RERiver, great hunting. fishing lake. Quiet .LETE PACKAGES
I plexes located in Chip-I 4BR/3.5BA House for rent 850-209-8847 www.charlos 2229 Jim Bush Rd. BonifaV, R (478)987-9700 St. Re- country road, utilities, 8100-Antique& Collectibles FROM
have gooand Bonifay Mustkills in New Hope area. Verycountryvng.com (8501547-4784 Coll (8501951-5682 gi Paper Co warranty deed Low fi 120 Sports UtlityVehicles 4 995
Computer literacy and Iprivate. $1200/mth. Shortly Ca Bro nancing. Call now 810 rucksiAlde
Icu rl CarolesCannon, Broker 8130 -T rucks
I light bookkeeping I term avail. 850333-3734. Almost 7 acres surveyed, mobile homes 81 commercial AllAluminum Boats
needed. Must be I For Rent: 2BR/1BA trailer, allowed, reduced to $29 00 Remod8led C160 AMotorcyclet s Riolm xua
bondab Salary plus clean Ponce de Leon ". i e Coastal Georgia Rare Luxury Waterfront 8170 Auto Rals
Apartment & utilitiesI area. $250.00 a month. 3BRbrickhomeon1.6acs$149,000* 15.8+- Opportunity! Golf Home at Auction 5732 &Accbssories
Send resume to: Sher- 850-259-9113. acres, paved road $47,500 62+ acres, oure, restaurant, st Bay Boulevard, 220 Personal watercraft
wood/ 10293, Cearwater, IP 0 frontage, wooded $2600/acre *Brick 4/2 deep water docks, fit- Gulf Breeze. 3 bed- 8230 Sailboats
Box 10293, Clearwater, ronage,WOOc ness center, morel rooms, 3.5 baths, 3000 82401- Boat & Marine
IFL 33757 Fax (727)1 Egs ER E on about an acre $110,000 Horse/Cattle Starting at $29.9K Spe- SF Selling Onsite 3/24 Supplies Bonifay Florida
447-2252 Equal Em- 71011 -Homes Ranch paved frontae, 2 store home, 2 cial Pricing Limited @ 10:00 AM. HUDSON 8245 Boat Slips & Docks www,xtremeindustries.com
ployment Opportunit 7105 -OpenHosen" barns, 0+ acre 349,000 supply Buy Now Build & MARSHALL (866) 8310- Alrcraf/Aviaton
Tired of Living Alone? 7110 -Beach Home/ ihuge"otonbr +tacresLater (877)266-7376 509-4473. Lic# 8320:-ATVAID.7Read Vehilcls : I *
FTra-spo--ation ," Looking to share beautiful Property WWW.C OleC.CO SCQ1035357, AB11Campers & Tralers
Transportation I home in Sunny Hills. Split 7120- Commercial www.carolecannonrealty.com SCQ1035357, AB11.0 8340-Motorhorpos
Earn Extra cost of expenses. Must 730- Con,',rrphouse o
I EarnExtra have good personality & 140 F ,ir, s& Ranches ---= -
I Money! I like to have fun. Call 150 .red Acre Ts
Deliver the new AT&T I 850-773-9805. 7170 wa3eraons '-I
the Panama City Area PrselIlV |a am
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I 18 yrs+, have. I 50 acre farm in Alford. R Jo g
drivers license and 3BR/2BA, Triple wide MH,
Snsured hicle 400 sqt. Barn withhorsNEXT AUT
y (800)422-195 Ext. 4! stalls. $600 month I L 100
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8500 i60-28 3, a\ "e. iA
epree- r d Also 3BR/2BA MH ii O T Se
No 4130 850-638-4689. For Sale Owner
Drivers Needed OTR 3BR/2BA Late model M.H. rE.ir ,:E., acre
positions c valuable on 1 acre between Chipley u,,,., I ,. rr,
NOW! CDL-A w/Tanker & Wausau. No pets. ,: ,r,:, .-ii.STRri
Smoke free environment ii,,hn
E'D. Outst $600 month. 44. :,,--r, ei.j
pay & Benefits! Teams 850aon691-7769. ., .
Welcome! Call a re- 9 -.In De1 Lo 966: 1
cruiter Today! (877) O.:t- tl.4
4 .8 4 3 0. 4 2 Are pA
www.oakleytransport.com For Sale In Chipley
OTR Drivers- New 3BR/2BA Mobile Home in ''S,,or Sa, ,6
Trucks! Average Chipley area. Quit
2,500-3,000 miles! t Up neighborhood. CH/AH, all Hose Ior sale by oe
to 41 6pm. 12 months electric, water furnished. L
experience required. No pets. $500 a month. 8' .,. 5-41.15 n
No felony or DUI past 5 Call 638-8570.P____ rLLr.
years. (877)740-6262. OWNER HELP FINACE
www.ptl-inc.com$r Bone|By: 1ao At ou" Oer 6,.,,,
3 br, 2 ba, 2x wide

Il g font porch, quiet xr CIon- ite.
park.$550mo
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BUSINESS &FINANCIAL Park n Chipley, Cou n ,Ei l E a
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5100 Business St.; & Graceville 5262 0I -, t.' 5 R i3 HOCreR
Opportunities Alabama St. 2&3/BR units Ceci 850--.5O-8569
5110 Money to Lend for rent, starting @ $345 E. Pa-.s Reairy LLC
per mo For info ca L 1
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we will not be und er- ronment, no pets. $29K Previously ValuedMio
sold! Application+credit check, at $323k Auction: April07o
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Now! $ As seen on TV ForRent3 BR/ 2BA
Injury Lawsuit Dragg- Doublewi de. n d nBonftrmaya
ing? Need No Pe tsCall cel # qe 0MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
$500-$500,000++ 850-373-8938 7--------------1
within 48/hrs? Low 0e0fun0akArea i ear,10"00
rates Apply Now By For Rent.. 2BR 1Mobile o BIua On eadL a Assurance
Phone! Call Today lHome, Deposit required. Bianck Owned Limited Warranty Inspection
Toll-Free: (800) No pets, water & sewage 585 acres +/.7 Years, 100,000Mle Great Selection In
568-6321 provided. Hud approved. KddRoad I Stock To Choose From
Bonifay. 547-5007.C i ecil 850-259-8569y Roadside Assistance*,V
a LC SUPER SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED CERTIFIED
Sp o re d t For Rent: p Gator Pond off Hwy. 77Cl
2 &i 3 8e056 "ro 85084M2near Sunnyhills in Wash- c #PSEL
,.1,:,,,,.r,,:,,T, Looking ington County; Approxi- EXAMPLES:.
Lu w r 4 lor good place to live & mately 2 acres high and
raise your family in Bon- dry, next to water manage-
ifay. Call 850-547-3462. ment area, secluded,
Looking for a place to quiet. Price negotiable,,
R .ALESTAT IRENT party don I call, drug possible owner financing.
6100 B ness( free pa Call (850) 896-5755.
6110 Apartmentsrc Two 8 acres on Bedie Rd,40
6120 Beach Rentals Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd.6"
6130 CondofTownhousa Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
5140 Hoose Rentals
510- Rooms for Reant bile Homes $300. month, acres on Gainer Rd. Pis
5170- Mobile Nome/Lot plus $300 deposit no Owner financing For more
6180- Out-of-Town Rentals pets. Call 850-547-2043. info call Milton Peel @
6190 Timeshare Rentals Leave message 850-638-1858.
6200 Vacation Rentals Leaemesag._Auomaic,_har
Large 3 BR, 2 BA MH in
Chipley. CH/A, W/DC
6100 hookup. No pets. Excellent 7360Ls 2Z 98l7 1i
condition. 1 block to ele- For Sale: 5BR/3BA, 32x80
Executive Office mentary school in Chipley. double wide on city lot lip
Chipley. All util. incl'd (850) 638-0560 or 850-844-q027 or cell #
638-1918 352-284-2338. 850-373-806.S -O



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a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
(850)638-1483
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