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Wednesday, MAY 26,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 87, Number 12 50C


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News

BRIEF
Washington County
schools will be in
session on Memorial
Day. More at
chipleypaper.com
and in Saturday's
paper.

INSIDE


Chipley finishes
spring practice with
win in tune-up game

A7


Kiwanis Club
hears a report on
national security

A8


Wells family
dedicates
old homestead

A5


Jobless rate falls

Washington County improves a full percentage point


Special to the News
TALLAHASSEE The Florida
Agency for Workforce Innova-
tion has released the unem-
ployment numbers for April.
While the state's seasonally
adjusted unemployment rate
for April stands at 12 percent,
in Washington County the un-
employment rate dropped a
full percentage point, to 10.7
percent, from March's rate of
11.7 percent.
Liberty County had the low-
est unemployment rate in the


state, at 6.7 percent. Walton
County had a rate of 7.8 per-
cent. Jackson County was at 8
percent, and Franklin, Holmes
and Wakulla counties each
registered an unemployment
rate of 8.4 percent. Holmes
County's rate dropped from 9.3
percent in March.
Florida's seasonally ad-
justed unemployment rate for
April, 12 percent, represents
1,113,000 jobless out of a labor
force of 9,282,000. The unem-
ployment rate is down 0.3 per-
centage point from the March


revised rate of 12.3 percent.
This was the first monthly
decline in the state's unem-
ployment rate since February
2006.
Florida's total nonagricul-
tural employment in April 2010
was 7,196,600, representing a
gain of 15,500 jobs (+0.2 per-
cent) over the month but a loss
of 117,900 jobs, or -1.6 percent,
compared with April 2009.
Florida's rate of job decline is
steeper than the national rate
See JOBLESS A4


0,


Chipley High School held its senior
awards ceremony Monday night at the
high school auditorium.
ABOVE: There are seven valedictorians
for graduation Thursday at Philip
Rountree Stadium: (not in order) Tanner
Gilbert, Hillary Saunders, Kaylea Todd,
Alyssa Munns, Adriane Guettler, Nicole
Lankist and Jessica O'Keefe.
JAY FELSBERG I The News
RIGHT: Washington County News
Managing Editor Jay Felsberg
presented the Earl Sellers Scholar
Athlete award to Brianna Webb and
Karsten Whitson.
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
S More coverage at ...
chipleypaper.com.


TOUCHDOWN


ROBERT COOPER | Florida Freedom Newspapers
Passengers from the first Southwest
Airlines flight into the Northwest Florida
Beaches International Airport are greeted
as they enter the new terminal Saturday.


'Miracle of


West Bay' opens


amid fanfare

Hundreds tour terminal,
see first landings
PAT KELLY
Florida Freedom Newspapers
WEST BAY Hundreds turned out Sat-
urday for a grand opening, ribbon-cutting
and tours of the new $318 million Northwest
Florida Beaches International Airport, a
project 12 years in the making that officials
say will bring an unprecedented economic
expansion to the region.
"This is absolutely a momentous occa-
sion for Northwest Florida and the entire
state," said Gov. Charlie Crist, speaking
from a raised platform on the tarmac. "It
will change everything."
Bands played, speeches were given, and
jets from Tyndall Air Force Base zoomed
by, including a flyover by three F-15s and
a "touch and go" along the new 10,000-foot
runway by F-22 pilot and Bay County native
Maj. Stephen J. Cox.
The first Southwest Airlines jet landed
about 1:30 p.m. and taxied to the terminal
under a rainbow of water cannons.
Britt Green, CEO and president of The
St. Joe Co., the largest landowner in North-
west Florida, said opening the airport was a
"once-in-a-generational event."
"We envision a future in which this en-
tire area is bustling with activity," he said of
hopes for the first commercial international
airport to open in the U.S. in 15 years.
Bay High School mellophone player Kayla
Francis said she will remember Saturday's
See AIRPORT A4


Vernon 4th of July Parade permit approved


Volunteers help at
Pine Log State Park

A2


INDEX
Extra............................. Page B1
Obituaries................ Page B5
Classifieds................ Page B7

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Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The 4th of July Pa-
rade permit for Vernon was ap-
proved during Vernon City Coun-
cil's regularly scheduled meeting
Monday night and is set for July 3
at 4 p.m.
Fireworks are scheduled at
the Vernon Sportsplex on Moss
Hill Road starting at 5:30 p.m.,


and there will include food, games
and live contemporary Christian
music.
The event is sponsored by the
City of Vernon and funded in part
by the Washington County Tourist
Development Council.
Mayor Al Mani reported that
the council has approved and
signed the easement, from State
Road 79 to Holmes Creek Park, to
Gulf Power for utility work.
Tiffany Worthington gave the


Recreation Director's Report and
announced Trophy Day will be held
June 5 and at least two teams will
possibly be going to All-Stars.
During public participation,
Jerry Brock announced that his
property on State 79 would be sold
within 30 days to someone who was
going to have it cleared of debris
but that he wasn't sure what the
new owner would do from there.
The property has been discussed
at past council meetings.


A citizen stated that the $275 de-
posit for water, sewer and garbage
was too steep and may be deter-
ring new residents.
Council President Tray Hawkins
said the council was looking into
various ways to reduces fees and
still keep the city functioning.
"We've been burned before,"
Hawkins said. "We'd have the de-
posit lower, and then someone
would run a high water bill and
then leave us high and dry."


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A2 I Washington County News


Local


Airline workers sweat on the trail


By ANDREW GANT
Florida Freedom Newspapers

EBRO Seth Quillin doesn't
hear much talk of palmettos or
gators at his office in Dallas.
Until recently, he never had
eaten triggerfish.
So he likes what he has seen,
heard and tasted of Northwest
Florida.
"It's my new favorite
beach," the young Southwest
Airlines employee said Sunday,
hiking a portion of the Florida
National Scenic Trail in Pine
Log State Forest, just across
the Washington County line. "I
love getting out here, getting
outside, enjoying the weather,
learning about the nature of
Florida."
Quillin was one of about
20 Southwest employees who
doused themselves in bug
spray and volunteered on the
trail Sunday, the first day of
flights in and out of the new
Northwest Florida Beaches
International Airport. They
arrived on the first flight into
town.
"Too bad they're not from
Florida," said Rick Tutunick,
a local volunteer with the non-
profit Florida Trail Association.
"We might keep 'em all."
Tutunick led one of several
groups who worked on the
trails, some of them hacking at
vines and brush while others
built small bridges deeper in
the forest. Southwest contact-
ed the organization some time
ago, looking for a volunteer op-
portunity in the same area it
was opening service.


Photos by ANDREW WARDLOW I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Southwest Airlines employees cross a lake Sunday while helping clear a portion of the
Florida Trail at Pine Log State Forest near Ebro.


"We were not only interest-
ed, but exceedingly excited,"
association Executive Director
Deborah Stewart-Kent said,
wearing a white hard helmet
and carrying a backpack of
bottled water and other sup-
plies. She said it was the first
company (hopefully the first of
many) to offer volunteers.
Quillin, who carried a small
hand saw on the trail, said he
has been working on the mar-
keting campaign for the new
airport since June. Visiting
the area is important, he said,
because the company needs to
understand the local market.
"We're making sure they
have a chance to see us, get
to know our culture," he said,
and he has been getting to
know the local culture, too. He
said he enjoys hearing people
casually mention their kayaks


Southwest
Airlines
employees
gear up
Sunday
before
heading out
to help clear
a portion of
the Florida
National
Scenic Trail at
Pine Log State
Forest near
Ebro.


or surfboards; his first taste of
triggerfish was quickly deemed
"the best fish I've ever had."
Mostly he was appreciative
of the local hospitality he and
others have seen since arrival.
"The way we got treated,


the reception that we had, was
phenomenal," he said on the
trail. "I have no doubt when
our customers, when they fly
on our planes into our airport,
will get the exact same treat-
ment."


Wednesday, May 26, 2010


Arrest REPORTS


Washington
County arrest for
May 17 -24, 2010:

Mitchell
Brigham, 23, Chi-
pley, aggravated
battery
John Chiodo, 39,
Youngstown, driving
while license sus-
pended or revoked
Christopher
Dumosch, 26, Cal-
laway, driving while
license suspended
or revoked
Gina Dutra, 36,
Chipley, violation of
county probation on
petit theft
Robert Fox-
worth, 22, Chipley,
failure to appear on
worthless checks
Tristan Hartz-
og, 27, Chipley, driv-
ing while license
suspended or re-
voked
Adam Hewitt,
26, Vernon, failure
to appear on elder
abuse, battery
Aaron Horton,
29, Dothan Ala.,
possession of para-
phernalia, posses-
sion of marijuana
Jose Jacobo, 41,
San Luis, Ariz, fu-
gitive from justice
Immigration and
Customs Enforce-
ment


Victor Keith Jr.,
19, Chipley, viola-
tion of state proba-
tion on robbery
Adam Kennedy,
25, Panama City,
possession of con-
trolled substance
without a prescrip-
tion, possession of
paraphernalia
Thomas Ku-
moske, 32, Wausau,
Orange County
warrants for aggra-
vated battery, bat-
tery
Katie Lindsey,
57, Marianna, viola-
tion of state proba-
tion on driving while
license suspended
or revoked
Tommy Nettles
Jr., 59, Caryville,
violation of county
probation on pos-
session of cocaine,
possession of para-
phernalia
James Procter
Jr., 32, Vernon, driv-
ing while license
suspended or re-
voked
Amanda Rodg-
ers, 25, Hartford,
operate motor ve-
hicle without a valid
license
Alima Wells, 34,
Bainbridge Ga., vio-
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010


State nixes Knight Sector Plan


Officials in Bay, Washington counties sparring over plans to drill backup wells near proposed development


WILL HOBSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers
EBRO The water war be-
tween Bay and Washington coun-
ties might have had its first ca-
sualty this month the Knight
Sector Plan.
The Department of Commu-
nity Affairs decided earlier this
month to nix the plan, which
would have mapped out develop-
ment and conservation plans for
55,000 acres in Washington and
Bay counties.
Bay County, which is home to
one of the four approved sector
plans in the state (the West Bay
Sector Plan), withdrew its sup-
port for the Knight Sector Plan
after Washington County and
the Knight Trust objected to its
proposed water wells near the
county line.
"We're obviously disappoint-
ed, but not surprised," said April
Salter, Knight Trust spokeswom-
an. "We are evaluating all of our


options at this point, but we feel
like there's tremendous potential
to both protect large areas of very
valuable environmental assets as
well as potentially move forward
on some development."
Bay County Commissioner
Mike Thomas proposed pull-
ing Bay's support of the Knight
Sector Plan on April 20. Thomas
didn't return a call for comment
Friday.
The optional sector plan pro-
cess was established by the Leg-
islature to allow large landown-
ers, such as the Knight Trust in
Washington County and St. Joe
Co. in Bay County, to establish
long-term plans for their land.
Because of the DCA decision,
Knight Trust officials cannot ob-
tain DCA approval for the devel-
opment plans for all of their land
in one fell swoop; they'll have to
do it piecemeal.
"At the end of the day, I think
it can still be done," Ted Everett,
executive director of the Wash-


ington County Chamber of Com-
merce, said of developing the
land. "It just would have made
it, I think, very much cleaner
and neater to go with the sector
plan."
Bay County Commissioner
Bill Dozier sent a letter April 27 to
DCA Secretary Thomas Pelham,
noting that Washington County's
total planning department bud-
get is less than $100,000 indi-
cating, he believed, a department
too small to handle the scope of
mapping out a sector plan.
"Aside from this lack of plan-
ning expertise, we question their
capabilities in large-scale devel-
opment engineering, environ-
mental management and land
use law," Dozier wrote.
Dozier's letter cited an earlier
letter from Pelham to Washington
County commissioners, express-
ing the same concern. Pelham's
letter, sent March 23, termed
Washington County's planning
staff one full-time planner


- insufficient, and quashed the
county's idea to contract a pri-
vate consulting firm to help with
the Knight Sector Plan.
Charles Gauthier, director of
the DCA's Division of Community
Planning, sent a letter May 7 to
Washington County commission-
ers, Bay County commissioners
and Ebro Mayor Sherri Taylor.
The letter alerted all parties that
the DCA was declining to autho-
rize the property to participate in
the sector plan program.
Pelham declined comment
last week but released a state-
ment through DCA spokeswom-
an Sheri Coven.
"The Bay County letter raises
the same concerns that the de-
partment has had from the be-
ginning regarding Washington
County's capacity to handle the
complexity and magnitude of the
sector plan," Coven said.
The Knight property was as-
sembled piece by piece by the
Moody family before being bought


by newspaper magnate James
L. Knight in 1969 as a family re-
treat. The 55,000-acre property
includes roughly 7,500 acres in
northern Bay County, near where
Bay County officials are planning
to drill 10 water wells to serve as
a backup supply to Deer Point
Reservoir.
The Knight Trust and Wash-
ington County, concerned with
the wells' potential impacts on
nearby lakes and private wells,
both petitioned in April to pre-
vent the Northwest Florida Wa-
ter Management District from
approving Bay County's permit
to drill; that case is headed to the
state Division of Administrative
Hearings.
Washington County Manager
Emory Pitts did not return calls
for comment last week.
"This is where politics funda-
mentally are detrimental to the
process," Everett said. "I think
an adversarial relationship is not
good for either county."


AIRPORT from pace Al


grand opening for years to come.
"I think it's awesome, espe-
cially getting to perform," said
Francis, a senior in the Bay High
School Million Dollar Band, whose
members played several tunes
just before the touchdown of the
first Southwest flight. "We helped
open up the new airport."
Crist, Green, U.S. Sen. Bill Nel-
son, U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd, Airport
Authority Board Chairman Joe
Tannehill, Airport Authority Vice
Chairman Bill Cramer, Southwest
Airlines Vice President Bob Mont-


gomery and others gathered to
hold an official ribbon-cutting for
the airport before a large crowd.
Scores of people drove in for
the daylong ceremony, and many
walked as much as a half-mile to
the site, while others waited for
shuttles. Airport spokeswoman
Amy Ausley said 5,000 tickets were
snapped up in the days before the
event, prompting the printing of
2,500 more.
Tannehill called the airport
"the miracle of West Bay" and "a
labor of love" and thanked those


in attendance, including public of-
ficials and the general public. "You
never gave up hope," he said.
Nelson wondered what his
great-great-grandfather, a native
of Northwest Florida, might think
of the day, and talked about the
next 100 years.
"An airport becomes a magnet
for economic activity," he said,
helping to attract high-tech busi-
nesses and other industry. "What
you have here is a major econom-
ic engine."
Montgomery said he began dis-


cussions with St. Joe 18 months
ago and walked away from the
initial talks with a dream of North-
west Florida becoming the com-
pany's 69th destination.
"The reality is that what you
have accomplished exceeds that
dream," he said, talking to both
the crowd and the assembled dig-
nitaries. "We want to thank you for
your vision."
About 80 Southwest employees
disembarked from the first orange
and blue Southwest flight from
Dallas, ready to pitch in and help


clear brush and build bog bridges
in Pine Log State Forest along the
Florida National Scenic Trail.
The trail is about four miles
northwest of the northern bound-
ary of the new airport.
"We are here to volunteer and to
show the 'Share the Spirit' of South-
west," said Southwest employee
Eric Daniels, a graphic designer in
the company's Dallas office. "We
are here to help with the opening
and work with the community."
Find more coverage online
at chipleypaper.com.


JOBLESS from page Al


of decline for April, which is
-1.0 percent over the year.
Florida's annual rate of job
loss has continued to mod-
erate, with the steepest rate
of decline at -6.9 percent in
March 2009 compared with
the current -1.6 percent.

Consumer and
employer confidence
Floridians' consumer
confidence index is show-
ing gains, with a six-point
increase from 71 in March
to 77 in April out of an in-
dex of 100, as reported by
the University of Florida's
Bureau of Economic and
Business Research.
The largest increase was
in Floridians' perceptions
of whether it is a good time
to buy big-ticket consumer
items, which rose 14 points
to 87. Consumers have a
positive outlook on short-
and long-term economic
conditions as well. Expec-


stations of national econom-
ic conditions over the year
rose 10 points to 80.

Extended Benefits
Gov. Charlie Crist signed
Senate Bill 1736 last week,
extending eligibility dates
for the Extended Benefits
program. The EB program
provides unemployment
compensation to jobseek-
ers who have exhausted
all other available benefits
and meet all requirements.
This program utilizes fed-
eral stimulus funds provid-
ed by the American Recov-
ery and Reinvestment Act
and will bring an estimated
$128 million in benefits to
approximately 107,000 Flo-
ridians. The Florida Agency
for Workforce Innovation is


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EDDIE HOLMAN AND FAMILY


Holman announces


run for re-election


Special to the News

Republican County Com-
missionerEddie Holman has
announced he is running for
re-election as District 4 com-
missioner.
"Thank you, Washing-
ton County voters, for a
very busy, interesting and
rewarding period as your
District 4 county commis-
sioner," Holman said. "Since
the time of election, I served
as the vice chairman of the
Board of County Commis-
sioners (2007-2008), and in
2009, I was appointed chair-
man of the board."
Holman noted that he
became state-certified as a
Florida county commission-
er and served three years
on both the Public Safety
Committee and as chair-
man of the Ti-County Dis-
advantaged Committee. He
worked on the Recreational
Committee in 2009, when
the BOCC donated $40,000
to Chipley to help Pals Park
continue recreational pro-
grams. "This was especially
significant to me since kids
and their recreational fu-
tures are one of my top pri-
orities," Holman said.
Holman said that another
priority is the maintenance of
graded roads, as Washington
County still has more than
800 miles of dirt roads. "We
have had help from FEMA
building up our county roads


from heavy rains. River Road
has been partially paved,
plus we received a grant for
Bonnett Pond Road for par-
tial paving from Mud Hill,"
Holman said.
Holman said industry,
"which helps build our rural
economy by creating new
jobs," is another major issue
for the county. Holman said
the BOCC has supported the
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce.
"We have been encour-
aged in our efforts to bring
Project Pipe, a concrete
pipe builder from Atlanta, to
Chipley," Holman said. "The
groundbreaking for their
new road behind (the Florida
Department of Transporta-
tion) was in February of this
year, with a railroad spur
already under way, enabling
supplies for their company
to be brought to Chipley.
"I have enjoyed meet-
ing with so many folks and
learning how best I can be
of service to you. My wife,
Mary, and I have made
many friends here and love
living in a county that re-
veres its history yet thrives
with an open attitude toward
new and progressive ideas
and concepts. I will, as in
the past, do my very best
to solve your problems and
continue to advance toward
solid, workable solutions in
every corner of our beautiful
Washington County."


Floridians'consumer confidence index increased
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010


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Home Place of Hugh and Marie Wells dedicated


The Home
Place of Hugh and
Marie Wells, estab-
lished September
1925, was officially
dedicated by family x
members on May
15. Mama, who died PER
June 9,1993, and PR
Daddy, who died Perr
May 1, 1999, spent
their entire 68 years of mar-
riage in the home.
All six surviving siblings
were present.
James E (Jim) Wells,
the oldest sibling, offered
the opening prayer and
spoke first. He stated that
mama would be glad to
know all the children are
still gathering together,
thus fulfilling her desire to
keep all of us "under her
wing" even as adults. Jim
expressed thanks to Muriel
and Roy for keeping the
home intact and available
to other family members to
"come home." Jim's wife,
Lavoughan, along with her
daughter, Karen, and hus-
band, Mark, as well as her
son, Craig, and friend, Mau-
reen, were in attendance.
Your writer was appoint-
ed to speak last and to say
the prayer of thanksgiving
for the event and for


!RY'S
BATTLE
y Wells


the food.
Tommy Russ
spoke in respect
to his mom, Min-
nie. He repeated
many of the old
family stories told
by our dad, who the
grandchildren af-
fectionately called
"Pa." Tommy's


wife, Jill, and their two
sons, James and Alexander,
Minnie's daughter, Nancy,
husband, Richard, their
daughter, Lee, husband,
Brandon, her children,
Leanna and Jeremiah,
were present. Daughter,
Anita, also attended the
gala gathering.
Minnie's daughter, Ja-
net, died four years ago.
Her husband, Johnny
Lang, along with their chil-
dren, Patra and young son,
Pearson and son, Hunter,
and grandson, Clay, at-
tended the party.
Our sister, Hazel, spoke
of the landscape of the old
home place. She explained
the fencing and the hedge
was to keep children in
rather than an effort to
keep animals and predators
out. Joining Hazel were her
husband, Jack, son, Hiram,
wife, Judy, daughter, Lacey,


and son, Taylor. Their son,
Glen Tison, had two of his
daughters, Katie Beth and
Jenny, with him.
Kelvin Wells paid tribute
to his deceased father and
our brother, Clyde. Kelvin's
wife, Amy, daughter, Rea-
gan, and mother, Esteena,
were also present. Kelvin
related several "down
home" Pa Wells stories,
some told much too often
and always to the chagrin
of our mom, who the grand-
children lovingly called
"Granny Ree." He is keep-
ing the memory alive by
teaching the classic tales to
his young daughter.
Max was the next speak-
er. He stole the show with
his impressive poem which
beautifully told the whole
story from beginning to
the present of the historic
home place. Those inter-
ested in the poetry can see
Max. Accompanying Max
was his wife, Joyce, son
Stephen, daughter, Carla
and husband, Dink, and
their daughter, Maddie.
Sister Muriel told of
mama's concern as just
what she would do with
the old house after it was
determined that she would
become the owner upon the


FRONT ROW: Hazel, Gail, Muriel and Esteena.
BACK ROW: Jim, Max and Perry.


death of our parents. She
told mama that she ex-
pected to do some "work"
on the place, but little did
she know just how much
"work" it was going to take
to keep it livable. On one
occasion, she was solicit-
ing the help of her teenage
grandson, Austin, and men-
tioned the possibility the
property could well be his
one day. His reply was "I
certainly hope not."
Baby sister, Gail, came
forward next in the se-
quence to express her
experiences and memories
of having grown up as the
last of the eight to reach
adulthood.


Then came Perry, the
"prattler," who sister, Muri-
el, went right along with his
tongue-in-cheek "request"
to be the keynote speaker
at the dedication. She even
allotted the keynote ad-
dress 10 minutes while the
others were restricted to
five! The keynote man tried
to beg off, but no such luck.
I had to stay with the re-
quested time. When will he
ever learn!
Telling some significant
comical happening in the
lives of each of the siblings,
which have followed us all
through life, was my goal
Attention was brought to
the wording on the impres-


sive sign, namely the word
"home," not house, and
"established," not built or
erected, pointing out that
there is a difference!
My wife, Hester, son
,Timothy, his wife, Debbie,
two daughters, Laura and
Julie, and son, Perry II,
our son, Emory, his wife,
Robbin and her daughter,
Georgeann and grandchil-
dren, Pearsen and Peyton,
and one grandson, Riley;
along with our son, Gordon,
wife, Donna, their son,
Dan and daughter, Deanna,
joined in the celebration.
A total of 73 family
members came to officially
dedicate the sign honoring
the life and accomplish-
ments of our parents, Hugh
and Marie Wells. I think we
all feel better after having
made some effort to openly
pay tribute to the lives of
our parents who started on
the path of parenthood al-
most 85 years ago. Drive by
and observe the impressive
sign at the intersection of
Lee and Brackin Road, just
off of Highway 173 six miles
south of Bonifay and reflect
on the lives of our beloved
parents, Hugh and Marie
Wells..
See you all next week.


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presented their annual
Spring Concert on May 14
in the CHS Auditorium.
The Band presented an
hour-long program that
began with the Nation An-
them and concluded with
the "Stars and Stripes
Forever," our National
March. In between, the
band performed a vari-
ety of music from clas-
sical overtures, movie
soundtracks, marches, to
simple hymnsongs. Sev-


eral student conductors
led the band during the
concert, which has be-
come a tradition for the
graduating members in
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ing at the concert were
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Gilbert, Alex Squires,
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Featured soloists included
flutist Chelsea Dalron and
Maxie Boles on tuba.
After the fine musical
presentation by the 50-
member Symphonic Band,
parents and students
moved to the Ag Center
for their annual awards


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sity letters in band and
superior medals earned,
the following awards were
presented:
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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
The May27 meeting of the Wash-
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Commissioners, previously sched-
uled for 5 p.m. at Vernon City Hall,
has been rescheduled for 9 a.m.
at the County Annex, 1331 South
Boulevard in Chipley. The change
in time and location was due to
graduation for Chipley High School
on that same date. If you have any
questions, please call the county's
administrative office at 638-6200.


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Sheriff's Office reports that
a search warrant was served
on Memorial Drive in Wausau
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010 w w w. chiple y paper. com Page 7


JAY FELSBERG
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CHIPLEY Two teams battered away on
a hot, humid May evening in Chipley and
when the game was over both coaches pro-
nounced themselves proud of the results,
with Chipley winning 17-13.
The Host Chipley Tigers beat North Flor-
ida Christian School from Tallahassee in a
contest where both team stuck pretty much
to a basic ground game and worked on ex-
ecution and fundamentals.
Jared Bozarth's 15-yard field goal opened


scoring, with NFCS putting up their first
points on Dallas Griffiths' 32-yard blast
through most of the Chipley defense. Chris
Rolfe's extra point made it 7-3 with 3:17 left
in the second quarter.
Chipley went back on top with James
Vorhees' 7-yard run with 5:26 left in the third,
with Bozarth's kick making it 10-7. The Ti-
gers' Tyler Oliver broke loose for a 32-yard
TD run with 5:57 left in the fourth quarter,
with another Bozarth kick making it 17-7.
Kendall Randolph of NFCS closed out the
scoring with a nifty 12-yard bootleg to make
it 2:37 left in the game. The Eagles' last drive
was halted by an interception by Chipley's


Lathan Harwell.
Both coaches appeared to be pleased
with the results.
"This is something we can build on," Chi-
pley Coach Rob Armstrong said. "If we can
get the first points on the board and get it
into the second half we can do well.
"If we don't give up big plays and don't
give up the ball we'll be hard to beat."
"It was a great effort, including a great
effort by our young kids," NFCS Coach Rob-
ert Kraft said. "Our major goal tonight was
to execute well and I fee that we did that to-
night. We open up next season against Mos-
ley and we have a lot to look forward to."


Chipley defenders gang-tackles NFCS's Chipley's defense takes down NFCS runner Chipley's James Vorhees cuts upfield in
Travis Blanks. Branton Lee. the second quarter.


Photo gallery and videos online at chipleypaper.com.


Holmes County takes spring game over Cottondale 35-12

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor -
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com "

BONIFAY Holmes County and Cot- i -
tondale played their spring game on a -
hot, humid night at Memorial Field in E
Bonifay, and after a tight 14-12 HCHS --
lead at the half the Blue Devils pulled
away in the second half to win 35-12. V
Passing will clearly play a big part
of the Holmes County offense as new
sophomore quarterback Ethan Russ
put the ball up regularly as the Devils
worked the kinks out of their four-re-
ceiver spread offense.
In the first half Cody Russ scored on
a 15-yard run and Ethan Russ scored
on an 11-yard bootleg, with Cameron
Bailey's extra-point kicks providing the
rest of the scores. Photos by JAY FELSBERG | Sports
Hornet scores came on a three-yard Cottondale's Evan Davis cuts around end as Holmes County's Cody Russ comes up to meet him.
run by Evan Davis and a 27-yard touch-
down pass from C.J. Smith to Cody
Saye. ___
Holmes County did all the scoring
in the second half with Ethan Russ' 34-, RESTROOMS ,
yard touchdown pass to Timothy Ben- I
ton, a 24-yard touchdown pass to Cody
Russ and one-yard run by Cody Russ,
along with Bailey's extra points.
"I thought it was okay," said Holmes
County Coach Al Simmons. "We got to
play a lot of our football players. "We
hit the big plays in the second half and Cottondale's Dominique Webb follows good Holmes County's Cody Russ scores a first-half
won the spring game. Cottondale's Dominique Webb follows good Holmes County's Cody Russ scores a first-half
"Cottondale is a class act and they blocking off tackle. touchdown.
will do well."
"We had some high spots, but we7
made a lot of silly mistakes that cost
us two points (on a conversion at-
tempt) and a touchdown, and you can't
make those mistakes," said Cottondale
Coach Mike Melvin. "You can't take
points off the board and we were just
outplayed."
Photo gallery and videos online at
chipleypaper.com. Cottondale quarterback C.J. Smith on a bootleg.


Big Bend

sports

BRIEFS

Game results for
May 23:

Bay County
Brewers (G1-22, G2-
12) Chattahoochee
Red Birds (G1-2, G2-
4)
Washington
County Bruins 11-
Liberty Diamond
Dawgs 8
Jackson County
Jays Gulf County
Drive Resched-
uled
Calhoun County
Horsemen (G1-9,
G2-17) Destin Daw-
gs (G1-8, G2-13)

League
atandings
EASTERN
DIVISION
Liberty County
Diamond Dawgs 8-2
Calhoun County
Horsemen 6-4
Gulf County
Drive 4-4
Chattahoochee
Red Birds 1-8

WESTERN
DIVISION
Washington
County Bruins 7-2
Bay County
Brewers 7-3
Destin Dawgs 3-6
Jackson County
Jays 0-8

Next week's, May
30, game schedule:

Washington
County Bruins at
Chattahoochee Red
Birds, 1 and 3 p.m.
EDT (DH)
Liberty Diamond
Dawgs at Jackson
County Jays, 1 and 3
p.m. CDT (DH)
Destin Dawgs at
Gulf County Drive,
1 and 3 p.m. CDT
(DH)
Bay County
Brewers at Calhoun
County Horsemen, 2
p.m. CDT

In the East-
ern Division of the
Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida,
the Calhoun County
Horsemen closed
the gap on the first
place Liberty Dia-
mond Dawgs by tak-
ing a double header
from the Destin
Dawgs (9-8 and 17-
13), while the Liber-
ty Diamond Dawgs
dropped their game
to the Washington
Bruins 11-8. The
Liberty Diamond
Dawgs now have
only a two game
lead over the Horse-
men.
In the West-
ern Division of the
League, the Bay
County Brewers
by defeating the
Chattahoochee Red
Birds in a double
header, closed the
gap on first place
Washington Bruins
by only half game as
noted above in the
standings.
The Liberty Dia-
mond Dawgs and the
Washington Bruins
remain atop of their
respective division
midway through the
2010 season in the
Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida.


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Kiwanis receive terrorism briefing L


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS

CHIPLEY At the weekly
club luncheon on Tuesday,
May 18, the Kiwanis Club
received a briefing by Don
Arias (LTC USAF Ret.),
who is currently serving as
a civilian employee for the
US Air Force Special Oper-
ations Command, Hurlburt
Field.
On Sept. 11, 2001, LTC
Arias was Director, Public
Affairs, 1st Air Force for the
Continental U.S. NORAD
Region based at Tyndall
Air Force Base. Arias was
both an observer and par-
ticipant in the events that
morning. He also talked by
phone to his brother, Adam
Arias, who was vice presi-
dent for operations, Euro-
Brokers International, and
was located on the 84th
floor of Tower Two of the
World Trade Center in New


York City.
Adam described what
was going on in the first
tower attacked by the ter-
rorists with the airliner, in-
cluding people jumping to
a certain death from high
floors in the tower rather
than being incinerated.
Adam was successfully
evacuated from his build-
ing but was killed on the
ground while helping first
responders when the tower
collapsed on them.
LTC Arias shared with
Kiwanians a video that he
prepared for the U.S. Air
Force at Ground Zero with-
in days following the ter-
rorist attacks on the World
Trade Center while the
rescue and recovery opera-
tions were underway.
LTC Arias reviewed
the sequence of terrorist
attacks on United States
facilities and personnel


DON ARIAS
around the world from the
1993 first attack on the
World Trade Center, the
USS Cole, overseas embas-
sies, the 1998 declaration of
a Fatwah against the U.S.
by Muslim religious lead-
ers that was essentially a
declaration of war in sup-
port of Osama bin Laden
and the al-Qaida operations
worldwide.
When the U.S. military
tribunal started holding the
preliminary hearings and
trials at Guantonomo Bay
in Cuba for the senior lead-


Left to right: Don Arias, Chuck Yates and Craig Miller.
received a briefing by Don Arias.


ers of the attacks, Arias
along with another brother
and his sister were select-
ed by lottery to be observ-
ers in June 2009.
He said they were very
disappointed in the process
and the lack of definition
over whether the terror-
ists had committed a crime


or an act of war. He said
the Arias family survivors
were "astounded" at the
human rights activist orga-
nizations' concern with the
"rights" of the terrorists
without any demonstrated
concern for the almost
3,000 people killed in the
attacks, or the over 2,000


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Kiwanian members


children who lost a parent
that day.
Arias said he is an advo-
cate for treating the terror-
ists that attack the United
States as combatants in a
war, and not treating them
as if they had acquired citi-
zenship rights by being im-
prisoned.


Kiwanis announce 55th Annual Pancake Breakfast to be held June 13


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley announced that
the 55th Annual Pancake
Breakfast will be held on
Thursday, June 10, at the
Kate M. Smith Elementary


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a.m. Tickets are $5 per per-
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Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Boat Lake Beach
Opens in Sunny Hills
SUNNY HILLS Now
that lake levels have
returned, Boat Lake
swimming beach and
park has reopened in
Sunny Hills. The white
sand beach and picnic
facilities are well known
throughout the area, but
had not operated since
late 2006 due to low
water in the lake.
The facility is oper-
ated by the Sunny Hills
Civic Association, Inc.,
a Florida non-profit cor-
poration, and is open
to the public with an
admission fee from 10
a.m. to 7 p.m., seven
days per week through
Labor Day, and open
for weekends thereafter,
weather permitting. Both
season passes and day
passes are available, as
well as group rates and
special guest sasses for
holder of season passes.
In addition to the
more than 600-foot-long
white sand beach, there
are picnic tables, per-
manent charcoal grills,
a pavilion, playground,
horseshoe pits and
beach volley ball. There
is paved road access
into paved parking, a
concession stand and
indoor restrooms. No
lifeguard service is pro-
vided, so swim at your
own risk, but there is a
designated swimming
area and the water has
been tested to health
department standards.
Day pass for children
younger than 4 years
is free, ages 4 12 is
$3, and age 13 and
older is $5. Season
pass for ages 13 and
over is $25 and the for
ages 4 12 is $15.
For recognized organi-
zations, a group pass
is available for $50
for up to 25 kids and
two adults. Holders of
season passes can also
purchase guest passes
for 10 visits at $40, or
20 visits for $80, that
can be used all on one
day or over the season.
Exclusive use of the
pavilion is $100 per
day with a refundable
$50 security deposit.
Members of the Sunny
Hills Civic Association,
Inc. receive discounts on
Pass purchases.
A grand opening
has been scheduled for
Saturday, May 29, from
10 a.m. through 7 p.m.
with a free lunch served
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information,
visit www.SunnyHills
Florida.org, or call the
concession stand during
business hours at 773-
0084.

INDEX
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Faith .............. .......... Page B4
Classifieds.... ..... Page B6







ABOUT
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Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at
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Local residents receive degrees during 2009-10


academic year at Florida State Panama City


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
PANAMA CITY Florida
State University Panama
City honored its graduates
at a commencement cer-
emony on Sunday, May 2, at
the Marina Civic Center in
Panama City. A total of 397
degrees were awarded dur-
ing the 2009 2010 academic
year including 304 bache-
lor's degrees and 93 mas-
ter's degrees. Participating
in the ceremony were 205 of
these students, as well as
one doctoral student. Near-
ly 40 of these graduates are
residents of Calhoun, Hol-
mes, Jackson, Liberty and
Washington Counties.
Washington County
resident Corey Jo Dunn re-
ceived a bachelor of science
degree in civil engineering
(cum laude) and was the
recipient of the 2009 10
Outstanding Undergradu-
ate Academic Award for
Civil Engineering. Holmes
County resident April Rose
Coe received a bachelor
of science in elementary
education (Summa Cum
Laude) and was a recipient
of the 2009 10 Outstanding
Undergraduate Academic
Award for Elementary
Education. Outstanding
Undergraduate Academic
Awards are presented each
year to the student, or stu-
dents, possessing the high-
est grade point average in
each undergraduate degree


Photos by CHRISTY GRANT, ADVANCEMENT OFFICE FSU I Special to Extra
Holmes County resident April Coe receives the 2009
-10 Outstanding Undergraduate Academic Award
for Elementary Education from Dr. Ken Shaw, FSU
Panama City dean, at the graduation banquet on


April 30.

program offered at FSU
Panama City.
The following students
from Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty and Wash-
ington County Florida State
University master's or
bachelor's degrees while
attending FSU Panama
City during the 2009-2010
academic year:
Earning master's de-
grees: Allen Shawn Cooper,
(Marianna); April Marie
Crawford, (Bonifay); Tiffani
Crowson Hinds, (Chipley);
Michelle Lynn Leitner,
(Bonifay); Charles Brent
Martin, (Graceville); Tracy
Bodie Sexton, (Ebro); and
Georgia Ann White, (Altha).
Earning bachelor's de-


grees: Danny M. Bishop,
Jr., (Sunny Hills); Jason
Robert Buchenhorst, (Chi-
pley); Courtney Nicole By-
bee, (Clarksville); Gina Ma-
rie Clenney, (Chipley); April
Rose Coe, (Bonifay); Kristy
Jacobs Copeland, (Bris-
tol); Debra Diane Cruce,
(Grand Ridge); Corey Jo
Dunn, (Chipley); Joel Lee
Goodson, (Chipley); Adam
Michael Johnson, (Mari-
anna); Jennifer Renea
Kincaid, (Marianna); Brit-
tany M. Marquis, (Bonifay);
Kyle Lee Marquis, (Boni-
fay); Jay Morgan McClel-
lan, (Blountstown); Joseph
Perry McDaniel, (Sneads);
Jessica Leigh Olson, (Mari-
anna); Kenneth Allen Peo-


Washington County resident Corey Dunn receives the
2009 10 Outstanding Undergraduate Academic
Award for Civil Engineering from Dean Dr. Ken
Shaw on April 30.


ples, (Sunny Hills); Brett E.
Reid, (Altha); Patrick Kent
Roark, (Chipley); Morgan
Leanne Rudd, (Chipley);
Haley Elizabeth Salter,
(Chipley); Michaeline
Dolan Sheffield, (Sneads);
Jacquelyne Marie Smelcer,
(Chipley); John Steven
Summerhill, (Vernon); Sara
Elizabeth Taylor, (Chipley);
Summer Nicole Thomas,
(Chipley); Kristen Marie
Wilder, (Chipley); Patri-
cia Gail Williams, (Altha);
Ashley M. Wohlschlaeger,
(Graceville); and Latisha
Nicole Young, (Graceville).
Each FSU Panama City
graduate receives the same
nationally recognized de-
gree as students attending


the main campus in Tal-
lahassee. Most of the un-
dergraduate students com-
plete associate degrees at a
Florida community or state
college before transferring
to FSU Panama City to
complete their bachelor's
degree. FSU Panama City
has graduated more than
5,000 students since its
inception in 1982 and con-
ferred more than 6,000 de-
grees.
Florida State Univer-
sity President Eric Barron
delivered the commence-
ment address to graduates.
President Barron and FSU
Panama City Dean Ken
Shaw presided over the
ceremony.


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David and Caren
Prichard of Chipley
announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Cassandra
Danielle, to Joshua
Nicholas Riley, son of
Myron Charley Riley
and Joann Gainer
Walsingham both of
Chipley.
The bride-elect is
a 2004 graduate
of Chipley High
School and a 2008
graduate of Mississippi
University for Women.
She is obtaining
her masters degree
in communication
disorders at Florida
State University in
Tallahassee.
Cassie is the
granddaughter of
the late Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Lollar of
Mantachie, Miss., and


Mr. and Mrs. David
Harold Prichard of
Booneville, Miss.
The future
bridegroom is a 2000
graduate of Chipley
High School and a
2005 graduate of
Florida State University.
He is employed as
an engineer with the
Florida Department of
Transportation in Ponce
de Leon.
Josh is the grandson
of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Gainer of Chipley
and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Riley of
Wausau.
The wedding will take
place June 5, 2010, at
5 p.m. at First Baptist
Church in Chipley.
No local invitations
are being sent. All
family and friends are
invited to attend.


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MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege marked the comple-
tion of the chapel at Chipo-
la, donated by the family of
Mr. and Mrs. Creshull Har-
rison, Sr., on May 17.
The contractor for the
project was Kolmetz Con-
struction and the architect
or the 2,100 square foot
building was Donofro and
Associates. The space is
equipped with a large video
screen and meeting room
with stained glass window.
The building will be used by
students for spiritual meet-
ings and gatherings.
Dave Barkalow, associ-
ate pastor of the First Unit-
ed Church of Marianna, of-
ficially dedicated the build-
ing. Dr. Shannon Eads, of
the First Baptist Church
of Marianna, pledged


SrC1IAL IU EAIKA
Chipola College marked the completion of The Chapel
at Chipola on May 17. The chapel was donated by
the family of Mr. and Mrs. Creshull Harrison. Pictured
are members of the Harrison family with local clergy
and Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough.


both churches' support
for Chipola students. Curt
McGinnis, Chipola Baptist
Campus Ministry adviser,


also spoke.
Creshull Harrison, Sr. is
a retired businessman and
was the original owner of


Harrison Chevrolet which
is now Rahal-Miller Chev-
rolet. The Harrisons are
long-time members in the
First Methodist Church of
Marianna. At the dedica-
tion, Harrison said, "We
were just the conduit for
God. It was only a seed that
God planted in my mind
that developed into this."
Chipola president Dr.
Gene Prough said, "Chipo-
la is an institution of higher
learning where students
develop their minds. The
Harrisons believe that it's
also important that our
students develop char-
acter and faith. Through
their generosity, students
will have a place gather to
reflect on the important
things in life and to develop
relationships that will last
long after they have left
Chipola."


Chipola GRADUATES


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Chipola announces recent Emergency
Medical Technician graduates
Ten students recently completed the Chipola
College Emergency Medical Technician program.
Graduates are, from left: (front) Jarrod Taylor,
David Keeney, Justin Thompson, Robert Gentry,
Chris Abramantz, Michael Mayo, (back) instructor
Wayne Cherry, instructor Chris Murray, Chris
Campbell, Kyle Horton, Charles Kirkland, Kyle
Worrell, instructor Byron Bennett and coordinator/
instructor Ricky Winget.


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Chipola nursing graduates
Chipola College Associated Degree Nursing
program recently graduated 27 students. Graduates
are, from left: (front) Doneisha Thompson,
Phealandrea K. Gunn, Zuleika V. Lockwood,
Roxanne Calloway, Jennifer A Dariotis, Hazel Paule,
Amanda Small, Daphne Nicole Jones, James Bassett,
Christy Culpan, (second row) Eva Graves, Thomas
W. Wood, Mandie Carter, Rob Kinsinger, Holli
Lynn Daffin, Angie Anderson, Whitney Jacqueline
McAlister, Kelly Wallace, Janis Elaine Oenbrink,
Jennifer Trawick, (back) Jonathan Spike, Crissie
Rogers, Denny Ricker, Carmen Rebecca Foran, Karen
White, Eric Bryant and Jacqueline Tucker-Eldridge.


Blue Springs Recreational Area opens this Saturday


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
MARIANNA-- The Jackson
County Parks, Recreation
and Recycling is pleased
to announce that the Blue
Springs Recreational Area
will open for the 2010 season
on Saturday, May 29. Hours
of operation will be from


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Portable radios must be
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worn, including, but not lim-
ited to: no swimming in blue
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Local


Washington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser I B3


College honors retirees at annual luncheon


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

MARIANNA Chipola College hon-
ored six of its retirees: Bob Brown,
Gayle Duncan, June Mays, Dr. Joan
Miller, Lisa Shores and Janet Wise at
the recent end-of-year luncheon.
Presentation roasts were the or-
der of the day. Harry Fleener hon-
ored Bob Brown, custodian, for his 26
years of service. Dr. Joan Miller high-
lighted the career of Student Disabili-
ty Services Advisor Gayle Duncan for
19 years of service. Dr. Rose Cavin
honored June Mays, professor of Bio-
logical Science and Chemistry, for 28
years of service. Dr. Jayne Roberts
highlighted the careers of Dr. Joan
Miller, dean of Student Services, for
27 years of service, and Lisa Shores,


department associate of Enrollment
Services, for 18 years of service. Bud
Riviere honored Janet Wise, senior
office assistant of Continuing Educa-
tion, for 36 years of service.
Chipola president Dr. Gene
Prough presented resolutions from
the college board of trustees citing
each retiree's accomplishments. All
six were presented Chipola Gold
Cards which provide lifetime admis-
sion to college events, and all were
awarded lifetime memberships in
the Florida Association of Commu-
nity Colleges (FACC).
The event was sponsored by
FACC, Council of Chipola Educators
(CCE), Chipola Faculty Association
(CFA) and Career Employees Asso-
ciation (CEA).


Chipola
College
honored
six retiring
employees
at the annual
end of year
luncheon.
Pictured,
from left, are
Lisa Shores,
Dr. Joan
Miller, Gayle
Duncan, June
Mays, Janet
Wise and
Bob Brown.
SPECIAL TO EXTRA


Blue Springs Society, CAR Florida Division of Forestry to offer (ogongrass treatment program


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

MARIANNA Members of
the Children of the American
Revolution across the state
will be learning the impor-
tance of Florida's springs this
year as they take part in the
"Save Our Springs" program
of State President Christine
Herreid. Herreid drove from
Tampa to install the new offi-
cers of Blue Springs Society
during their May meeting
at Blue Springs Park. The
new officers are as follows:
President Adrian Schell,
Vice President Carly Miller,
Second Vice President Wil-
liam Glover, Chaplain Na-
talee Milton, Corresponding
Secretary Danielle Melvin,
Organizing Secretary Lizzie
Glover, Recording Secretary
Katelyn Miller, Registrar
Laurence Glover, Treasurer
Hailey Harrison, Historian


Anna Beth Milton, Librarian
Virginia Milton and Curator
Tatum Milton.
Seven of the current Blue
Springs Society members
are direct descendants of
Florida Governor John Mil-
ton, whose vast Sylvania
Plantation once surrounded
Blue Spring. Historian Dale
Cox told about former Gov-
ernor Milton's life and his
love for Blue Spring before
the group of sixty enjoyed a
cookout and a tour of several
of the springs that feed beau-
tiful Merritt's Mill Pond. Edd
Sorenson of Cave Adventur-
ers organized the flotilla of
pontoon boats. He was as-
sisted by John Trott, Harry
Fuqua, and Jim Daniels.
For information about
Blue Springs Society con-
tact Senior President Mary
Robbins at snoopyxii60@ho-
tmail.com or 850-209-4066.


Summer programs available at (hipola


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

MARIANNA-Chipola Col-
lege will offer programs for
children of all ages this sum-
mer.
Swimming lessons will
be offered for ages 4 and
up. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-
recognized methods.
The following sessions
are scheduled: session 1:
June 7-17, registration dead-
line is June 1; session 2:
June 21-July 1, registration
deadline is June 14; session
3: July 12-22, registration
deadline is July 6; and ses-
sion 4: Aug. 2-12, registration
deadline is July 26. Classes
are available at 9 a.m., 10
a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions are
Monday through Thursday
for two weeks of 45-minute
lessons. Cost is $45 and pre-
registration is required, with
a $5 late registration fee. An
Adult Swimming class is
scheduled for July 26 July


29 with classes available at
10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Registra-
tion deadline is July 19. Cost
is $40.
For information, call pool
Manager Rance Massengill
at 718-2473.
Chipola Baseball Coach
Jeff Johnson will offer two
camps. A Pitching Camp
for ages 7-18 will meet June
14-15. Cost is $100. A Hit-
ting Camp for ages 7-18
will meet June 16-17. Cost
is $100. All baseball camps
meet from 9 a.m. to noon.
For information, contact As-
sistant Coach Brent Shelton
718-2332.
Chipola Softball Coach
Belinda Hendrix will offer
two Softball camps. A Field-
ing, Hitting, and Hustling
Camp for all ages will meet
June 21-22, from 1-4 p.m.
Cost is $50. A Pitching Camp
for all ages will meet June 23,
from 1-4 p.m. Cost is $50.
For information, contact
Coach Hendrix at 718-2358.


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

TALLAHASSEE The Florida Division
of Forestry will again offer a Cogon-
grass Treatment Cost Share Program
to eligible non-industrial private land-
owners in several north Florida coun-
ties through July 1.
The focus of the program is to im-
pede the spread of cogongrass (Im-
perata cylindrica), one of the world's
worst weeds, from Florida into Geor-
gia.


In a separate component of the
program, the Division of Forestry is
partnering with 11 county road de-
partments to facilitate the treatment
of infestations along public right-of-
ways and in borrow pits used during
roadway construction and mainte-
nance.
For an application and more infor-
mation on program requirements and
procedures, visit the local Division of
Forestry office. Contact information
for the county forester office in your


area is available at www.fl-dof.com.
Applications will be accepted un-
til July 1, and will be evaluated and
ranked according to the size of the
area to be treated, the proximity of
the infestations to parks or other pro-
tected natural areas and the existence
of a practice plan or multi-resource
management plan for the property.
This program is supported through
temporary grants from the USDA For-
est Service and will be offered only as
long as funding is available.


Community BRIEFS


Tiny Devils Basketball Camp
BONIFAY June 14 18 Monday
through Friday at the Holmes County
Rec Center, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 3rd grade
through 8th grade, boys and girls and
the cost is $50. You can pick up regis-
tration forms at HCHS, BMS or BES
and registration deadline is Thursday,
June 10th. Make checks payable to
Tiny Devils Basketball Camp. For
more info contact Coach White at
547-9000 or whitep@hdsb.org. There
will be early registration on Saturday,
June 5 at HCHS gym from 10 a.m. to
12 p.m.

Worley Reunion
GRACEVILLE The annual Worley
Reunion will be held Sunday, June 13
at the Graceville Civic Center. All fam-
ily members and friends are invited
and encouraged to attend and enjoy a
time of fellowship and sharing of good
food and good times. Bring your favor-
ite covered dish and join us for lunch.
For further information contact Deb-
bie Taylor at 850-263-4518.

Hot Trot road race
CHIPLEY On June 26 the 32nd An-
nual Hot Trot 5K and mile fun run will
be held at 7:30 a.m. at the Washington
Holmes Technical Center. The entry
fee for the 5K will be $15 and after
June 21 will be $20. The entry fee for
the mile Fun Run will be $10 and after
June 21 will be $15. Registration will
be from 6:30am until 7:15am the day of
the race at the gazebo located behind
WHTC. Awards will be given for over-
all male and female, master, grand
masters, senior grand masters, and
3 deep in standard 5-year age groups


and first three male and female walk-
ers. The Fan Run awards will be first
three male and female 12 years and
under.

Watermelon entertainment
CHIPLEY -Chairman of the Pan-
handle Watermelon Festival in Chipley
(Washington County) Florida Judge
Colby Peel announces that the 2010
Festival entertainment would feature
a double header, with T. Graham
Brown and T.G. Shepherd live on
stage. The 54th Annual Panhandle
Watermelon Festival takes place on
June 25 and 26, in Chipley.
Friday, June 25 features both T.
Graham Brown and T.G. Sheppard
live on stage at Pals Park in Chipley,
while Saturday features a day of blue-
grass music, arts and crafts vendors,
the Panhandle Watermelon Festival
Parade in Downtown Chipley, a huge
art show, a classic car show, vendors,
food and great family entertainment at
the Washington County Ag Center on
Hwy. 90 in Chipley. For more informa-
tion about the Panhandle Watermelon
Festival, visit www.PanhandleWater-
melonFestival.com.

Garden Gala needs volunteers
MARIANNA Covenant Hospice
will host the 5th Annual Garden Gala
from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday,
June 26 at the Agricultural Center,
located at 2741 Penn Avenue, in Mari-
anna. The Garden Gala Committee is
currently seeking volunteers to help
plan, prepare and present the event.
Volunteers are needed for all areas of
the event. The Garden Gala commit-
tee will be holding its monthly meeting
at Noon Thursday, May 27 at the new


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email Jennifer.griffin@covenanthos-
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thospice.org.

Watermelon pageant
CHIPLEY Approximately 100 beau-
ties of all ages gather from North
Florida and the surrounding areas to
compete for the coveted titles of Wa-
termelon Queen in June. This year the
annual Panhandle Watermelon Pag-
eant will be held Saturday June 12 at
1424 Jackson Ave. Washington County
Agricultural Center Hwy 90 in Chipley.
The doors open at 11:30 a.m. Pageant
will began atl2:30 p.m..
The pageant crowns queens in
10 age groups from birth through
22 years of age. Applications are
available at the following locations:
Carolyn's Fashions 795 Main Street
Chipley; Fussy Britches 450 Lafayette
St. and The Growing Tree 4428 La-
fayette St. in Marianna; Bush Paint &
Supplies 971 6th St in Graceville;
Kim's Children Shop 3138 Circle
West Shopping Center, That Store
107 Sellers Drive and Yard Younguns
Consignment Shop 1816 West Main
St. in Dothan; Merle Norman and Day
Spa 1030 D. Hwy 331 S. in DeFlniak
Springs; and Doodlebugs Consign-
ment 2400 Lisenby Ave in Panama
City, or more information call Carolyn
Sasser at 850-638-8386 or e-mail bows-
bycarolyn@ aolcom. Pageant applica-
tion available at formsfrompanhandle-
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Memorial prayer


In the Book of Daniel, found
in the Holy Bible, you will find
one of the most powerful and
impressive prayers ever prayed
by a prophet of God. Daniel had
spent his life in captivity, under
three different kings who had no
respect for the nation of Israel or
the God they served, until they
met Daniel. Through Daniel,
they each learned of the God of
Daniel, Jehovah, and through
Daniel, they learned to respect
his God because of the life he
lived and the prayers he prayed
unashamedly, privately, corpo-
rately and publicly (Daniel 6).
Daniel spent his life in captivity
because his people, the nation of
Israel, had turned their backs on
God. Though Daniel was not part
of the original problems that had
brought them to the sad state
they were in, in Daniel 9:4-19,
he, like the prophet Jeremiah,
included himself in the prayer
as he prayed for the nation and
the people he loved, who where
astray from God and His will
for them (I believe much like
America).


Memorial Day is just
around the corner for us
here in America, a day
that most will either run
to the beaches or the
mountains and sacrifice
hamburgers and hot dogs
on grills as we begin to FROI
look forward to the sum-
mer ahead. Sadly, some HE
may hear a repetitious Tir
prayer from the mouth of
one of the people participating in
their particular get-together.
However, few will remember
to give an honest thank-you to
God for His blessings and the
soldiers who have given their
all, and the many more veterans
who have been willing to give
their all and to this day carry
many scars because of their
willingness to give that we might
enjoy the freedoms we have
- freedoms that are eroding
slowing around us every day, as
very few take notice, very much
like those who lived in the nation
of Israel in the days before the
captivity in which Daniel lived.
So for this Memorial Day, may


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I encourage you thank
a veteran? May I also
encourage you to stop
7 and thank God for the
soldiers who have gone
before us, whose bodies
are resting in fields and
A THE the bottom of seas all
STHE around this globe? May
ART I encourage you to open
Hall your Holy Bible and read
some of the many awe-
some prayers for nations such
as are found in Jeremiah, Eze-
kiel and especially Daniel 9:4-19?
Then may I encourage you to
place yourself before a Holy God
and confess your sins and the
sins of this nation (2 Chronicles
7:14) in your own words and
from your heart?
Please remember, prayer is
communication with God, which
means we need to listen more
than we talk let Him lead
you. When we understand that
prayer is communication with
a Holy God, we also come to an
understanding that true prayer
can take place only through Je-
sus Christ and His blood shed


on Calvary as the child of God
enters into the Holy of Holies.
So that lets us know that not all
prayers are heard.
The Bible clearly teaches
that He hears only from His chil-
dren, those who have been born
again, who fear and love Him;
thus their lives will represent
that love and relationship. He
also declares He hears only the
prayer of repentance, or what
we would call "surrender," from
His enemies, sinners. (Study the
Bible for yourself, it's there.)
Also notice I have not written
a prayer, nor am I suggesting
that you send Daniel's prayer
for everyone to pray, because
prayer, again, is communication
with God and should come from
one's heart. Reading a prayer
and passing it on through e-
mails and letters does not prove
that a person loves Jesus or that
a person is a Christian. Living
a life that reflects Christ is the
only proof of His life and love in
you. Forwarding e-mails can pro-
vide e-mail addresses to many
people, creating greater oppor-


tunity for someone to spam or
scam people.
On this Memorial Day, our
soldiers, our country and our
children do not need to hear
or participate in another "Now
I lay me down to sleep, I pray
the Lord my soul to keep," or
"Thank you, Lord, for the food.
Let's eat. Amen." But they
should hear grandparents,
dads and moms talking to God
on their behalf because they
love them and are concerned
for them and the condition of
our nation. And God desires to
hear His children pray, "Lord,
we have sinned. We need Your
touch, Your help, Lord; we need
You!"
This message has been
brought to you "From the Heart"
of Tim Hall, author of "Church
Go To Hell! Please?" and senior
pastor of Gully Springs Baptist
Church, PO. Box 745, 2824 U.S.
Highway 90 W, Bonifay, FL
32425, located three miles west
of the light at state Road 79.
850-547-3920; timothyjhall.org; e-
mail: timhall_2000@yahoo.com.


BCF commencement honors 58 graduates


Special to Extra
It is often said that the
olderyou get, the faster time
moves, and for 58 gradu-
ates at The Baptist College
of Florida in Graceville, the
past few years have quickly
passed by with studying,
hard work, determination
and many prayers.
Spring commencement
services were held Friday,


May 14, at 10 a.m. in the
BCF Assembly Center with
the traditional graduate
processional "Pomp and
Circumstance," performed
by BCF piano professor An-
gela Glover.
New English professor
Geoffrey Reiter led the in-
vocation, followed by music
and worship division Chair
Don Odom leading the con-
gregation in "Joyful, Joyful,


There is a long-standing debate among
philosophers concerning the nature
of freedom. The positions on this is-
sue range from those who claim we*
are nothing more than machines (and
thus freedom is merely an illusion), -
to those who claim that our actions
are completely undetermined by na-
ture or nurture, and thus that we are
radically free. As usual in philosophi-
cal debates, the truth most probably
lies somewhere in the middle. Our
behavior is determined to some degree by our inher-
ited constitution and by our upbringing, and yet in most
circumstances, those factors don't compel us to act in
any particular way. As humans we can choose not to do
the habitual or expected thing, however difficult this
may be. And, we actually "prove" our freedom most
when we resist the inclination to do wrong and force
ourselves instead to do what is right. While the greatest
hindrance to our freedom is the belief that we are just
cogs in a wheel whose movements are determined by
forces beyond our control, perhaps the greatest boon to
our freedom is the belief that we are indeed free, and
the resolution to always make good use of it. Therefore,
we should believe that we are free, and we will be.


Watch and pray that you may not enter into temptation;
the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.
R.S.V. Matthew 26:41
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We Adore Thee."
BCF President Thomas
A. Kinchen recognized
guests and visitors before
honoring retiring math-
ematics professor William
Stuart McArthur for his 12
years of dedicated service
at BCE He also recognized
Odom for his 19 years of
leadership in the music divi-
sion at BCE McArthur and
his wife, Fran, plan to do
some traveling and serve
in a multitude of ministries,
while Odom will be return-
ing to his alma mater to
take over the music depart-
ment in June. Kinchen also
called upon the two newest
faculty members, Reiter
and business professor M.J.
Albin to sign the Articles of
Faith, a document signed
by all faculty members sig-
nifying their commitment
to the Lord and His Word
while they teach at BCE
As the ceremony closed
a chapter in the lives of the
graduates, it also reminded
them that their lives are
ones of service to God and
commitment to reaching
the world with the gospel.
The school's registered
trademark of "Changing
the World Through the Un-
changing Word" is not only
a challenge repeated while
at college, but a lifelong
commitment that reso-
nated through graduation.
These graduates have re-
ceived four years of intense
training in a vast array of
disciplines, and at the heart
of each program is a pas-
sion to share Christ and
change the world.
No one could have em-
phasized this more than
Kinchen in his heart warm-
ing presidential address
to the graduates and their
families. He inspired the
group of 58 men and wom-
en to always answer with a
resounding yes when God
calls them to an area of
service and ministry. Trust-
ing that God always has a
better plan for their lives,
Kinchen challenged the
graduates to listen to the
Lord and not try to mold
God into their plans, but
rather follow His.
The graduates repre-
sented a variety of degree
programs offered at BCF,
including Bachelor of Arts
degrees in biblical studies,
Christian education, Chris-
tian studies, church mu-
sic, contemporary worship
ministry, elementary edu-
cation, English, leadership,
ministry, ministry studies
and missions. Graduates
earning the following de-
grees were also recognized
this semester: Associate


of Arts in Christian educa-
tion and divinity; Bachelor
of Music Education; and
Bachelor of Science in bibli-
cal studies.
This year marked the
largest graduating class
of students receiving the
Bachelor of Arts in contem-
porary worship ministry
since the program's incep-
tion in 2007.
Jarrod Odom, son of
Don Odom, was greeted on
stage by his father as one
of the 10 in that degree pro-
gram.
Also among the gradu-
ates were a husband and
wife who met while attend-
ing BCE Tim Brigham be-
gan taking classes at the
BCF distance site in Orlan-
do but moved to Graceville
in 2007. During his English
class the first semester
on campus, he met Rayel,
whom he married. Tim
graduated with a Bachelor
of Arts in biblical studies,
and Rayel received a Bach-
elor of Arts in missions.
Tim recalled how he
would get his mother's
clothes hamper and stand
on it to preach to his sib-
lings when he was younger.
He was taught the Bible
at home but said that BCF
showed him how to study
God's word for himself.
He will be continuing his
education at Southeastern
Baptist Theological Semi-
nary in North Carolina. "I
feel like the Lord is call-
ing me to be a professor,"
Brigham said. "My father is
deaf, and there is no South-
ern Baptist institution that
teaches deaf people to min-
ister. Maybe God can use
me in that way."
Rayel felt God call her to
missions and came to BCF
to further her education so
she could be used however
God would use her. She will
be serving in the associa-
tion and churches in North
Carolina while Tim is in
school.
Senior Vice President
R.C. Hammack presented
the graduating class to
Kinchen. Once the verifica-
tion by the registrar and fac-
ulty was read, all 58 gradu-
ates received their degrees.
Odom then returned to the
podium to lead the congre-
gation in the college hymn
"Tell Me the Story of Jesus"
before Albin closed the ser-
vice with a prayer of bene-
diction.
Graduates were sur-
rounded by family, friends
and well-wishers outside
the Assembly Center as the
BCF community came to
congratulate them on a job
well done.


Revival at
Cords of Love
Cords of Love As-
sembly of God Church,
off U.S. Highway 231 just
north of Alford, at 2060
Bethlehem Road, will host
a revival June 2-4. The
featured speaker for this
revival, Bro. Tim Collins
of Blue Springs, Mo., will
be preaching and singing
nightly at 7 p.m.
Collins began his
preaching ministry at age 7
in a small rural church near
his native home in South
Alabama. He continued to
minister as a singer and
evangelist throughout his
childhood and teen years.
Collins is an accom-
plished Southern gospel
singer and incurable sto-
ryteller, and music and
humor are the hallmarks of
his services, but never the
focus.
"I love to sing and make
people laugh," he said, "but
my passion is to challenge
everyone to respond to
the claims of the gospel of
Jesus Christ. If I can help
someone make a decision
to follow Christ, or to follow
him more closely, I have
accomplished my calling in
life."
For more information,
call 850-272-0254.

Fish fry
and gospel sing
POPLAR SPRINGS East
Mt. Zion UMC invites ev-
eryone to a fish fry, gospel
sing and cake auction on
Saturday, May 29. Fried
catfish fillets, gourmet hush
puppies, baked beans, cole-
slaw, dessert and iced tea
will be served starting at
4:30 p.m. A cake auction will
follow featuring cakes made
from scratch.
After the meal and cake
auction, musicians from
area churches will gather
in the sanctuary for a gos-
pel sing featuring JimR'
Register, D.B. Worley, Kent
Ramsey, Glen Best, Debbie
Taylor and more. All pro-
ceeds will be used for the
building fund. Local politi-
cal candidates are invited to
attend.
East Mt. Zion UMC,
1590 County Road 173, is
four miles south of Poplar
Springs High School. Call
the church office at 850-263-
4610 for more information.

Memorial Day
celebration
CARYVILLE -A Memorial
Day celebration, kids fun
day and youth fundraiser
will be held Saturday, May


29, from 4-7 p.m. at the Pen-
tecostal Church of Jesus
Christ in Caryville, one mile
north of U.S. Highway 90 on
County Road 179.
A veterans ceremony
at 4:15 p.m. is sponsored
by the Youth Department,
followed by youth dramas,
sign language singing, a wa-
ter slide, water sports, and
games. Featured talent of
soloist Braeden Cooper and
Haleigh Music will perform
at 5 p.m. Dine in or take
out plates of fresh-grilled
hamburgers, hot dogs, po-
tato salad, baked beans and
dessert, as well as a bever-
age, for $5. Pastor Edward
Williams invites all veterans
and military personnel and
families for an evening of
enjoyment and honoring
those who serve our coun-
try and the Lord.

Pleasant Ridge
Memorial Day
Pleasant Ridge Baptist
will be celebrating Memo-
rial Day and the 15th John
Glenn Paul's memory on
Sunday, May 30. Sunday
school starts at 10 a.m.,
and the memorial program
will begin at 1:30 p.m., with
special singing by Broken
Strings and others. A cov-
ered-dish lunch will follow
the morning service, so
bring a covered dish of your
choice.

BCF offers women's
studies courses
GRACEVILLE The Bap-
tist College of Florida in
Graceville will be offering
four classes in women's
studies, taught by adjunct
professor Judy Patrick. The
women's studies courses,
designed to equip leaders
and strengthen women's
ministries, can be taken
individually or as part of a
special track in the ministry
or missions degree pro-
grams. For more informa-
tion about BCF's women's
studies courses and all of
the upcoming courses for
the fall, call 800-328-2660,
ext. 460.

Revival
GENEVA, Ala.- High
Praise Church of God
Mountain Assembly is hav-
ing a revival ending Satur-
day, May 29, at 110 E. Water
St. in Geneva. It starts at
7 p.m. nightly. The church
is a block west of Geneva
Hardware on County Road
27. Call the Rev. Gary Lee
for more information at 850-
305-2087. There will be dif-
ferent guest speakers and
singers each night.


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Tina J. Holley


Obituaries

Nora J. Brock


Gladys I. Eldridge


Tina Jo Holley, 48, of
Ebro, died May 14, 2010,
at her residence. She was
born May 11, 1962, in Pana-
ma City.
She is preceded in death
by a son, Jason Payne.
She is survived by her
mother, Yvette Strickland
Holley; father, Leamon
Holley; daughter, Tiffany
Bennett and husband,


Geraldine 'Geri' Paul
Grubbs, 65, of Caryville, died
May 14,2010, at her home.
She was born Aug. 20, 1944,
in Caryville to the late John
Flournoy and Callie Mae
Strickland Paul.
In addition to her par-
ents, she is preceded in
death by a brother, Rudolph
Paul, and a sister, Sarah
Nell Stuart.
She is survived by a son,
Bobby Englebright of At-
more, Ala.; two daughters,
Kim Smith and husband,
Jessie, of Pleasant Prairie,
Wis., and Kelly Sheppard
and husband, Jason, of
Caryville; two brothers,
Sonny Paul and wife, Shar-


Shirley Jean
(Kirkland) Richard-
son, 54, of Wausau,
passed away Mon-
day, May 17, 2010,
at her home. Mrs.
Richardson was
born June 27, 1955, RICH
in Panama City to RIHA
Alver and Cornelia (Davis)
Kirkland. She had been a
resident here most of her
life and was a homemaker
and of Holiness faith. Other
than her parents, she is pre-
deceased by her husband,
David Gene Richardson;
a brother, Roger Kirkland;
and a sister, Suzie White.
Survivors include one
son, Jeffrey Anderson of
Southport; one daughter,
Ashley April Register of
Wausau; five bothers, Joby
Kirkland and wife, Fran-
ces, of West Bay, Jerome
Kirkland and wife, Gladys,
of West Bay, Rex Kirkland
and wife, Shirley, of Panama
City Beach, Mitchell Kirk-

Ralph C.
Ralph Clarence Single-
tary, 67, of Conyers, Ga.,
passed away May 19,2010.
He was preceded in
death by his wife of 30 years,
Linda Singletary.
He is survived by his sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Doro-
thy and Jesse Hathaway of
Jackson, Ga.; stepson and
daughter-in-law, Robin and
Becky Philips of Lawrencev-
ille, Ga.; niece June and Ter-
ry Smith of Conyers; great-
niece Melissa Hoffman of
Conyers; niece Deborah and
Allen DeVoll of Columbus,
Ga.; great-niece and nephew
Angelica and AJ DeVoll of
Columbus; mother in-law,

Juanita B. Carroll
Juanita Berry Carroll,
63, widow of John Elwood
Carroll, passed away Tues-
day, May 11, 2010, at her
residence in the Leonia
community. She was the
daughter of Jessie Berry of
Andalusia, Ala., and the late
Mamie Berry. Caring for the
many flowers and the lawn
at her home was something
she really enjoyed, as well
as refinishing and painting
furniture. A good yard sale
was an event she loved at-
tending. Juanita's family
was dear to her heart.
A brother, Gerald Berry,
preceded her in death.
Survivors include one
daughter, Wanda Carroll
Bateman, and a son, Ron-
nie Carroll, both of Leonia;
brothers, Jody Berry of
Groveland and David (Lu-
cille) Berry of Dade City;
sisters, Jean (Glenn) Baxter
of Macon, Ga., and Judy
(Edward) Stevens of Cler-
mont; and one grandchild,
Krista Bateman.
Memories and condo-
lences may be shared with
the family at www.davis
watkins.com. Arrangements
are under the direction
of Davis-Watkins Funeral
Home and Crematory.


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John; three grandchildren,
Jayden Bennett, Gage Ben-
nett and Meadow Rain; two
brothers, Geroame Holley
and Jamie Holley and wife,
Ronda, all of Ebro, and sev-
eral nieces and nephews.
Memorial services were
held May 20 at the Ebro
Community Center, with
Peel Funeral Home direct-
ing.


ion, of Caryville, and Billy
Paul and wife, Barbara, of
Bonifay; two sisters, Doris
Anderson of Caryville and
Annie Lois Barnes and hus-
band, William, of Sorrento;
six grandchildren, Michael
Ausmus, Natasha Ausmus,
John Kima IV Joshua Kima,
Kaitlyn Kima and Ashley
Englebright; and one great-
grandchild, Brodie Stud-
dard.
Funeral services were
held May 17 at Peel Flneral
Home Chapel Bonifay, with
the Rev. Ronnie Wright of-
ficiating. Interment followed
in the Union Hill Church
Cemetery, with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.


land and wife,
Merlene, of West
Bay, and Johnny
Kirkland and wife,
Patricia, of West
Bay; four sisters,
Erline Hall of We-
IDSON wahitchika, Ann
Byers and husband,
Jimmy, of Memphis, Tenn.,
Hope Phillips of Panama
City Beach and Joan Single-
tary and husband, Dalton,
of Crystal Lake; and two
grandchildren, Blake Evan
Register and Noah Elisha
Anderson.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, May 25, in
the West Bay Community
Holiness Church, with the
Rev. Wesley Hall and the
Rev. Joby Kirkland officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
Wausau Memorial Gardens,
with Brown Funeral Home
in charge of the arrange-
ments. Friends and family
may sign the online register
at www.brownfh.net.

ingletary
Grace Sunquist, of Conyers,
Ga.; and granddaughters,
Sebrina and Megan.
Services were held
May 21 at Tom M. Wages
Snellville Chapel. Graveside
services were held May 22
at Liberty Baptist Church
Cemetery, 2206 Knoxville
Highway, Wartburg, Tenn.
Memorial donations can be
made to Longleaf Hospice,
2712 Lawrenceville High-
way, Suite 200, Decatur, GA
30033, or American Cancer
Society, PO. Box 22718, Okla-
homa City, OK 73123-1718.
Condolences may be sent or
viewed at www.wages
funeralhome.com.


Nora Jane Brock, 64,
of Vernon, died May 15,
2010, in Pensacola. She was
born Feb. 15, 1946, to John
William and Leah Martin
Wilson in Chipley. She was a
retired Vernon schoolteach-
er in the Washington County
School District.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by one brother, Theo-
dore Wilson, and brother-in-
law, George Green.
She is survived by her
husband, Charles Edward
Brock of Vernon; three
sons, Joey Brock and his
wife, Pam, of Vernon, Eddie
Brock and his wife, Deb-
bie, of Vernon, and Tommy
Brock and his wife, Sally,


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of Chipley; one daughter,
Melissa Whitson, and her
husband, Kent, of Chipley;
two brothers, Frank Wilson
and his wife, Sue, and Wes-
ley Wilson and his wife, Cell-
este, all of Thomasville, Ga.;
two sisters, Phyllis Brittle
and her husband, Park, of
Tallahassee, and Margaret
Green of High Springs; 11
grandchildren; and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral services were
held May 18 at Vernon
Evangelistic Church, with
burial following in Ebenezer
Church Cemetery. The Rev.
Alan English and the Rev
Alcus Brock officiated, with
Peel Funeral Home direct-


Mary L. Crutchfield


Mary Lynette Crutch-
field, 83, of Bonifay, died
May 2, 2010, at Flowers Hos-
pital in Dothan, Ala. Born
Jan. 21, 1927, in Esto, she
was the daughter of the late
James Wells and the late
Lizzie Watford Wells.
Surviving are sons, Ron-
nie Crutchfield of Esto,
Donald Crutchfield of Talla-
hassee and Charles Crutch-
field of Bonifay; daughters,
Myrle Harris of Esto, Caro-
lyn Vela of Slocomb, Ala.,
Brenda Sasser of Esto, and
Mary Palmer of Bonifay;


a brother, Billy Wells of
Esto; sisters, Martha Sue
Register of Cottondale, Jea-
nette Berry of Esto, Louise
McGowan of Esto and
Frances Kirkland of Esto;
19 grandchildren; and 31
great-grandchildren.
A funeral service was
held at Carmel Assembly of
God, with the Rev. Tommy
Moore, the Rev. Robert
Marley and the Rev. Ryan
Begue officiating. Interment
followed in the Esto Cem-
etery, with Sims Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.


Priscilla K. Hornsby


Priscilla K. Hornsby, 69,
of Donalsonville, Ga., died
May 16, 2010. She fought a
courageous battle with can-
cer and won!
She was born in Bonifay
on Jan. 10, 1941, to Palmes
(Pat) Kelly, Jr., and Marion
Creel Kelly. She attended
Holmes County schools,
Judson College and Florida
State University, where
she met Kenneth Hornsby
and married him on July
7,1962. She was devoted to
her husband, children and
grandchildren. She first and
foremost loved her Lord and
Savior, Jesus Christ. She
was a member of New Hope
Worship Assembly, where
she served as treasurer and
was on the worship team
for many years. She cher-
ished her church family and
shared her love for Jesus
with everyone she met. She
was a homemaker, a prayer
warrior and a mentor to
many. She enjoyed fishing
with her husband, cooking,
and beach trips with her
family. She had a lifelong
passion for the Jewish na-
tion and always dreamed of
visiting Israel.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Pat
and Marion Kelly of Bonifay,
and brother Palmes (Pat)
Kelly, III, of Byron, Ga.
She is survived by
her husband, Kenneth L.
(Butch) Hornsby; two sons,
Kelly and Anita Hornsby


of Warner Robins, Ga., and
Wade and Michelle (Mild)
Hornsby of Millbrook, Ala.;
two daughters, Tracy and
Zack Johnston of Lucy,
Ala., and Holly Whitehead
of Leesburg, Ga.; a sister,
Barb and Tom Lillis of Lake
Saint Louis, Mo.; seven
grandchildren, Haley and
Taylor Hornsby, Trey and
Anna Johnston, Kelsey and
Kara Whitehead and Drew
Hornsby; and many nieces
and nephews.
Active casket-bearers
were Zack Johnston, Tracy
Johnston, Patrick Wurst,
Donn Gurr, Ed Rogers and
Buster Hurley.
Funeral services were
held May 18 at New Hope
Worship Assembly, with the
Rev Charles Barineau of-
ficiating. Interment followed
at Friendship Cemetery
in Donalsonville, with Ev-
ans-Skipper Fineral Home
directing. You may sign the
guest register and share you
thoughts with the family by
visiting www.evansskipper
fh.com.
She loved and supported
several Christian Jewish
ministries. Memorial con-
tributions may be made to
Bridges for Peace, PO. Box
410037, Melbourne, FL 32941;
Jewish Voice, PO. Box 32998,
Phoenix, AZ 85046; Zola
Levitt Ministries, Box 12268,
Dallas, TX 75225; or Chosen
People Ministries, 214 E. 51st
St., New York, NY 10022.


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Gladys Irene Eldridge,
84, of Westville, died May 18,
2010, at her home. She was
born April 15, 1926, in Haco-
da, Ala., to the late Eddie
and Allis Ward Lawrence.
She is survived by her
husband, Daniel Delois El-
dridge of Westville; a daugh-
ter, Bettie Louis Gilmore
and husband, Gaston, of
Geneva, Ala.; two sons,
Freddy Eldridge and wife,
Ada, of Ponce de Leon, and
L.D. Eldridge of Westville; a
sister, Mary Nell Odom and
husband, Alton, of Geneva;
four grandchildren; six


Lucy Stopczy, 91,
died May 8, 2010.
Lucy was a very
active and devoted
member of Bethes-
da Christian Church
for more than 50
years.
She was the be-


Jean Ketcherside, 80,
Bonifay, died April 12,
2010, at her home. She
was born June 22, 1929, in
Westfield, N.J., to the late
Charles and Catherine
Barnett. She was a gradu-
ate of Gettysburg College
in Pennsylvania, a home-
maker, an artist, a world
traveler and active in the
community.
She was preceded in
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loved wife of Felix,
loving mother of Phyllis
(William) Staugaard and
Jeffrey (Regina) Stopczy;
loving grandmother of Em-
ily (Nik) Spasovski, Wil-
liam Staugaard, Elizabeth
Stopczy and David Stopczy;
proud great-grandmother
of Joseph Spasovski; and


great-grandchildren; and
two great-great-grandchil-
dren.
Serving as pallbear-
ers were Jerry Eldridge,
Keith Eldridge, Brandon
Eldridge, Brady Gilmore,
Gaston Gilmore and Char-
lie Tate.
Services were held
Thursday, May 20, at Peel
Funeral Home Chapel, with
the Rev Roger Dale Hagan
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the Hickory Hill
Church Cemetery, with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.


dear sister of Vella
Rankin and Harry
Weaver.
We: Visitation took
place Tuesday, May
< 11, at Wujek-Calca-
terra & Sons Inc.
Fulineral services
CZY took place Wednes-
day, May 12, at
Bethesda Christian Church.
Interment followed at Res-
urrection Cemetery, with
Wujek-Calcaterra & Sons
Inc. Funeral Home direct-
ing. Share memories with
the family at their online
guest book at Wujek
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Lena Ellisor


Lena Ellisor,
77, died Tuesday,
May 11, 2010, in a
Mobile, Ala., health
center. She was a
former resident of
the North Creek
Community and
was living in Sa-
tuma, Ala., at the


ELLISOR


time of her passing. She
was born Aug. 2,1932, in
Chipley. She is the daugh-
ter of the late John and
Allie McAdam Griffin. Her
husband, Troy Ellisor,
passed away in 1984. She
was employed as a sew-
ing operator at Franklin
Ferguson until her retire-
ment.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
husband, and one sister,
Orene Rossbrough.
She is survived by two
sons, Larry Ellisor and
wife, Pauline, and Danny
Ellisor and wife, Mollie,


all of Florala, Ala.;
two daughters,
Sara Vick and hus-
band, Randy, of Sa-
tuma, and Sherry
Mock of Verbena,
Ala.; three broth-
ers, Bufford Griffin
of Port St. Joe,
J.C. Griffin of Vero


Beach and Gene Griffin of
Freeport; four sisters, El-
vie Hardin of Jacksonville,
Catherine Brock of Lynn
Haven, Shirley Street of
Deer Point and Paulette
Rodgers of Port St. Joe;
her companion of 20 years,
William Tyner; nine grand-
children; and 18 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held May 18 at Evans
Funeral Home, with the
Rev. Johnny White officiat-
ing. Interment followed
in North Creek Cemetery,
with Evans Funeral Home
directing.


band, Lindell Ketcherside;
and sisters Catherine
Brown and Mary Mitchell
Barnett.
She is survived by two
daughters, Jody (Hal)
Litchford of Orlando and
Bonnie (Richard) Single-
ton of Sarasota; and four
wonderful grandchildren.
Memorial services
were held April 23, with
the Rev. Tommy Moore
officiating.


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Brittany Collins


Justin Cook Maygan Corbin


Chelsea Dalton


Megan Crutchfield Ramaya Custer Ryan Cutts


Dustin Davis Katie Davis Jed Delk Philip Demonbreun Reschelle Deschenes


Megan Adams


Alison Bunge


Jalena Brown


James Burden


Kevin Brown


Maxie Boles


Jordan Cook


Motto: "Life brings us tears,
smiles, and memories -- The tears
dry, the smiles fade, but the memo-
ries last forever." Anonymous

Flower: Magnolia

Colors: Blue and silver

Song: "This is Your Life" by
Switchfoot

Graduation: 8 p.m. on Thursday,
May 27, 2010 at Memorial Field.


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Alberto Dominguez Brittany Doss Brandon Drummond Heather Eldridge


Jamie Ewing Brittany French


Kathryen Fox


Stephen Foxworth Allyson Gainer


Kayla Galbreath


Blake Gates Tanner Gilbert Alex Gonzalez


Sara Gore Kody Gravely


Adriane Guettler


Chase Hambright


Colby Hartzog A.J. Hill Holley Hinson


Jordan Holland Angelea James


lesha Jones Amber Junod


Marcia Kirkland


John Laney Nicole Lankist Raquel Lara Olivia Lassitter


Nikole Marona Michelle Mastison


Rachel McKinnie Kayla Mockridge


Cathy Moody Matthew Moody


Jackie Morris Alyssa Munns


Mary Nicholson


Casey Norris Darian Norwood


Jessica O'Keefe Alexis O'Neal Carlee Owens


Christopher Padgett Casey Parker


Colton Pate


Sabrina Patten Michael Patterson


Kiley Rehberg Kyle Richards


Tasha Richter


LeThera Robinson


Brittany Roche


Nick Rodrigues Justin Ross


As you celebrate your graduation day, we
wish you and your families the very best.
May the future hold all the happiness and
success you deserve.

Congratulations from all of us at


REGIONS


Bonifay
" 547-3077


Chipley
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Marianna
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PAEC

Congratulations

to the

Graduating Seniors of 2010

Panhandle Area Educational Consortium
Member School Districts


Calhoun
Tommy McClellan
Superintendent
Franklin
Nina Marks
Superintendent
FSU Schools, Inc.
Dr. Lynn Wicker
Director
Gadsden
Reginald James
Superintendent
Gulf
Tim Wilder
Superintendent
Hamilton
(Risk Management Member)
Martha Butler
Superintendent
Holmes
Gary Galloway
Superintendent
Jackson
Lee Miller
Superintendent


Jefferson
Bill Brumfield
Superintendent
Liberty
Dr. Sue Summers
Superintendent
Madison
Lou Miller
Superintendent
Taylor
PaulfDyal
Superintendent
Wakulla
David Miller
Superintendent
Walton
Carlene Anderson
Superintendent
Washington
Dr. Sandra Cook
Superintendent


Safety & Positive Thinking
Lead to Success
Patrick McDaniel
Executive Director
Tony Ganstine
Facilities and Safety Specialist


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GRADUA TING SENIORS


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Chipley 638-0424
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Bonifay 547-1887

Horizon Health Care, Inc.
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Chipley 638-0424


Allan Hart


Daniel King


Cecil Mathis


Glen Mayo


Michael Odom


Ryan Quintero


Josh Rudd


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Hillarv Saunders


Michael Shanks


Jabril Spearman


Leigh Ellen Stone Thomas Stirckland


Alex Squires


LaTara Thomas


Amy thompson


Jennifer Thompson Michael Thompson


Kaylea odd


Jordan Vaughn


Amber Vranich Thomas Walsingham


Lydia Wedderburn


Roger Wheeler


Karsten Whitson


Preston Wilson


Bethlehem High School


Jade Cunningham


Candace Curry Melinda Dampier


Brandon Deal Brandon Donaldson


Ciera Gilmore


Emily Griffin


Megan Griffin


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Meghan Salter


Lana Skipper


Taylor Sloan


Jaleesa Smith


Jasmine Smith


Pedro Zayas


Alexander Davis


Class Colors: Turquoise and Silver
Class Flower: Sunflower
Class Motto: "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it
happened."
Class Song: "Time Of Your Life" Greenday
Class Officers: President Zach Lee, Vice President
- Alex Davis, Secretary/Treasure Heidi Kriser, Historians
- Megan Griffin, Jenna Hall, Jennifer Hatcher
Class Sponsors: Lisa Mathews, Brian Morgan, Shelia
Richards
Principal Jerry Dixon, Vice Principal Donald Dady
Baccalaureate Sunday, June 6, 2010 at 3:00pm at Carmel
Assembly of God
Graduation Monday, June 7, 2010 at 7:00pm at
Bethlehem High School Gymnasium

Not Pictured
Mischa Williams


Jenna Hall Jennifer Hatcher Michael Holder Meagan Holsonback Joshua Huddleson Stephanie Johnson-
Jenna Hall Jennifer Hatcher Michael Holder Meagan Holsonback Joshua Huddleson Stephanie Johnson


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Zachary Johnson John Jones


Kristin King


Ammon Kriser


Heidi KriHer


Forrest Levins Zachary Lee


Brittany Miller Kruz Mitchell


Brittney Phillips


Shane Riley Steven Rodriguez


Tyler Simpson


Amanda Smith


Ethan Thomas Ryan White


Holmes County High School


Jonathan Bradshaw John David Brown Katelyn Bush


Deniqua Campbell MaItthew Carroll


Amber Chason


Darren Collins


Jorma Concepcion Jo \Martha Comne


Joshua Coulier


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Rachel Crawforid


Kayla Davis Kyle Davis


Devon Derosa


Elijah Dixon


Jeffery Dockery


Jasmine Dodds
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Mark Guerra


Ilyssa Glover


Rachael Hall


Michael Goodson


Clayton Griffin


Cody Harnson


Jessica Holten


Audrey Kandzer


Garrett Land


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Kaitlyn Locke


Joel Martinez


Kevin McCorvey


James McGowan


Aaron Miller Elizabeth Mixon Benjamin Newman


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Desiree Oldham


Travis Powell Lyndsey Reeves Robert Remington


Tayler Richards
Tayler Richards


Chelsea Rogers


Hunter Somerset


Michael Spicer


Darus Steverson


William Steverson


Rachel Stiles Daniel Strickland


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Class Song: "One Day Too Late" 1.,//.. t
Class Colors: Blue and Gold
Class Motto: "Do not go where the path may
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Baccalaureate: May 30, 2010 at 6:00pm, First
Baptist Church of Bonifay
Graduation: June 3, 2010 at 7:30pmo, Memorial
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Zach Griffin


Chelsea Janik


Michael Janik


Kami Meeks


Dustin Messer


Mary Parish


Jordan Pate


Mason Powell


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Alex Ulberg Victorial Ward


Deanna Watson


Laura Wells


Erica White


Courtney Whitman Marcus Wood


Vernon High School


Lacey Adkinson


Cody Blankenship


Alex Anderson Jesse Barrentine


Shannah Bober Lauren Bolt


C.J. Basarab


Paul Brewer


Alicia Bell Amilia Bell








Adrian Brown Cedria Brown


Aundrea Bell


Tierra Belser


Tyler Burch Bryant Cady


Jon'nale Campbell Chasitie Carroll


Kimberly Carter


Steven Carter Ketesche Coachman


Joshua Coppedge Tracey Creel


Brittany Davis


Mariah Decree


Angela Dorsey


Kristen Gibson Phillip Glenn


William Goff Camille Gonzalez


Tammy Goodman


Jonathan Griffith


Christian Hardin


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I anvhia Hogans


Janea Holland


Jermv Howell


Elise Kirk


Patricia Parrino


Jermey Kirkland


Jasmine Lawer


Mercedes Peterson Caleb Pettis


Zachary Major Mitchell Marshall Markevis Mathis


Jennifer Powell


Jeremiah Pippin


Shelby Mineer


Justin Premo-
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Jessica Strickland Chelsey Tanner


Austin Thomason Caressa Walden


Kadie Watson


Ashley Walters


Dalton Wicker


Senior Class Officers: President
- Elise Kirk, Vice President Ryan
Kirkland, Secretary Shannah Bober

Class Colors silver and orange

Class Song "Where I'm From"
(Garret Porter and C.J. version)

Class Flower orange striped lily


Motto: "Don't reminisce on the past
and the things you cannot change.
Instead, focus on the future and the
things you can."
Senior Class Sponsors: Charles
Brown, Jill Cook, Melba Harcus,
Julia Morales, Kevin Shull
Graduation May 28, 2010 at
8:00pm, Vernon High School
Memorial Field


Not Pictured: Adrian D. Brown


Blue Lake Baptist Church
Congratulates Our Graduates!
Special Congratulations To
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CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS
We Are Proud Of You!

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Seniors!
"May God Bless Each Of You!"
Holmes Co. Sheriff Tim Brown





CIYOF BONIFA
Mayor James E. Sims, Jr.
Council Members
Lawrence Cloud Richard Woodham
Roger Brooks Micah McCormick


G00 LUCK TO ALL AREA GRADUATES!
Special Congratulations to:
SJORDAN COOK
JED DELK
ALYSSA MUNNS


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and lean not unto thine own understanding.
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Caitlin Smith


Karen Smith


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AOI Ifto e


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on your achievement.
May your future be bright and may
you shoot for the stars.

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Ponce de Leon High School


Jamie Barnhouse


Colton Campbell


James Blocker


LaKisha Cassidy Aaron Commander


Justin Brannon


Justin Ellis


Cody Brott Brittany Brown


Morgan Ford Stephen Grant


Timra Hanes Jessica Herring


Ryan Lamb Melissa Langston


Melodie Hinton


John Lewelling


Joey Holland James Holmes


Joseph Lindsey


Johnny Locke


Brandon Howell


Randi Hudson


Michael Lunt Brittany Manning


Tyler Hudson Joshua Kersey


Tyler Mayo Tyler Nixon


Johnny Locke Samantha Radney Kelvin Redmon


Ashley Serigne


Timothy Sewell


Andrew Stafford


Taylor Stripling


Mariah Taylor


Josh Tetlow Kelsi Trim


Candace Webster Raymond Yancy


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D Brady!
We are so proud
of you and
what you have
accomplished.
Now, it's time to
look forward and
create your future!
We love you!

From The Heinrich Family
Dad, Kathy, Shane, Josh, Amanda,
Brandon, Paw-Paw and Granny!



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ILYSSA GLOVER IRA RAY JENKINS
HCHS FSU
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FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
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Class Motto Life brings
tears, smiles and memories.
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but memories last forever.

Class Flower White Rose

Class Colors Red and
White

Baccalaureate June 2,
2010 at 7:00pm, Gym

Graduation June 4, 2010
at 7:00pm Gym
Not Pictured : Ryan Josey, Haley Scholl


Lilliete Gamez


Alan Parson


Dishaal Patel


Keaton Peak


Desirae Pratt


Tori Rushing


Vicki Ryals


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Mary Auger Breeanna Ballard Jeremy Bellamy Aaron Bevan Katie Braxton Gina Busby


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Dylan Cooper Cody Cosper Dalton Crose Kaleb Dias Yaritza Figueroa Morgan Fowler
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Elizabeth Jannett


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Marcus Humose Bobby Jackson Nicholas Jackson


James Johns Tessa Jurgonski Haylee Kernoschak


Tessa Lewis Karissa Maloy


Horace Gay Alicia Godwin


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Class Motto: "Do not go where the path may
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Class Colors: Blue and Silver
Class Flower: Orange Rose
Class Song: "I'm Not Gonna Cry' By Cory Smith
Class Officers: President: Brooke Vickery, Vice-
President: Dylan Mayo, Secretary: iSh, /h'i Morris,
Chaplain: Bobby Jackson, Treasurer: Amanda
Ostrum
Class Sponsors: Heather Braxton, 'i I Brock,
Liza Speers
Principal: Daniel G. Sims, Assistant Principal:
Jennifer D. See
Baccalaureate: First Baptist Church of
Cottondale, Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Graduation: Hornet Stadium Thursday, June 3,
2010 at 8 p.m.


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Zachary Monroe


Shelby Morris


James Obert


Marissa Odom Amanda Ostrum


Dylan Paramore


Syrinna Pope James Reed


Khadijah Ross Peter Ruiz


Kaylie Scott


Brooke Vickery


Faniecian Walker Shannon Whitehead


William Whitehead


Brent Williams Miesha Williams Leah Zink


Nicholas Zolnoor


Poplar Springs High School


Anthony Addison


Bonnie Hilty
Bonnie Hilty


Matthew Dickens Jon Wayne Forehand


Kimberly Jones


Jessica Jones


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Nlaranda Lewis TaisMconl


Nicklas Painter


Kaitlyn Sullivan


Shayla Rhodes


Randon Tate


Daniel Rodriguez


Tara Waddell


Dustin Smith


Erica Wells Cassandra White


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Class Officers: President Robert Joseph Hawkins, Vice
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Class Song: "Time of Your Life" by Green Day

Class Motto: "What lies behind us and what lies ahead
of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
-Oliver Wendall Holmes

Class Flower: Pink Tipped White Rose

Class Colors: Pink & Black

Class Sponsor: Heather Howell


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Graceville High School


Lindsey Albritton


Ryan Aquado


Shakera Beachum Jonathon Beechem


Eric Bellamy Mariah Brown


Yaquita Clark Jonathan Coggins Stephanie Cooley


Tyler Crutchfield


Mykel Dates Cassandra Delgado LaChrista Douglas


Eric Edwards Courtney Hendrix


Pryiesha Hill Leron Hoover


Courtney Howell


Liza Johnson


Shaquel Johnson


Heather McCoy


Jenna Martin


Kayla Merritt Ashley Miles


Jamal Miller Korie Mitchell


Whitney Moore


Andrew Newell


Darrell Olds Nicholas Paprzchi


Brandon Parker


James Phillipes Anna Pickron


Charles Plybon


Tracey Ramsey Diamond Robinson


Elijah Russaw


Shanequah Sanders Laira Skipper


Joshua Smith


Garrett Steverson Don Allen Suggs


Alan Wakefield


Shantrice Walker


Jordan White Donnie Williams


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Can be split for two
ventures. Call Rick,
850-258-6621.
Executive Office
Space for rent downtown
Chipley. All util. ncld'd
638-1918
For Rent. Commercial
Building on Hwy 90 W.
near County Agricul-
tural Center. Adaptable
to many uses.
850-638-4640.



Apartment for rent; 2
bedroom 1 bath in
Chipley, near Wal-Mart.
$575.00 month. Call
850-547-3129
CHIPLEY. Large
1BR/1BA, CH/A, ceiling
fans, stove/refrigerator.
Includes water, sewer
& garbage. Convenient
location. $450,
SD$150.
2BR/1BA, $500,
SD$250. No pets or
HUD. 638-3306.



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ment in Bonifay. $500.
month. Call
850-844-0078
Large 1 BR Apartment
for rent. Furnished, In-
cludes all utilities.
$ 4 5 0 / m t h .
850-547-0956 or
850-326-4548.






3BR/1BA. 1339 Estella
Ave, Chipley. Call for
more information.
638-4345.
Apartment Size cabin,
prefer 1 person, 8 miles
south Bonifay, $400.
deposit $400. month
rent, appliances fur-
nished. No Pets
850-326-2412
For Rent Or Possible
Sale, 3BR/1.5BA, large
lot, conveniently lo-
cated. CH/A. 547-2091.
For Rent. 3BR/2BA
brick home. $625/mo.,
$600 damage deposit.
1579 Davidson Rd.,
Chipley. Available June
1st. 850-258-2080.



House for Rent.
2BR/2BA like new.
$700/mth. 1271 Holley
Ave, Chipley.
850-535-0711 or
850-258-6018.






2BR/2BA. New carpet
& paint. 1.5 miles from
Crystal Lake, off Hwy
77 on 5 acres.
$475/mth, $400/dep.
850-624-1574.


6170
2BR/2BA, CH/A, WD
hook-up, appliances. 1
block to elementary
school. $475/mth plus
deposit. No pets.
638-0560 or
850-774-3034.
2BR MH for rent with utility
building, window air.
535-2657.
2BR/1.5BA, CH/A,
laundry room, storage
room, front porch.
Nice. Smoke free envi-
ronment. Secure. Ver-
non. $500. 535-9672 or
260-2625.
2BR/1BA Mobile
Home for rent.
$400/mth + Dep.
2BR/2BA MH, $400/mth
+ Dep Quiet family
park between Bonifay
& Chipley.
850-547-4232.
Circle J Mobile Home
Park in Chipley, 921 N
2nd St.; & Graceville
5262 Alabama St. 2&3
BR units for rent,
starting @ $345 per mo
call 850-832-2929
For Rent. 2BR Mobile
Home, Deposit re-
quired. No pets, water
& sewage provided.
Hud approved. Boni-
fay 547-5007.



For Rent: 2BR/1BA
Mobile Homes $300.
month, plus $300. de-
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850-547-2043. Leave
message.
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Mobile Home in West-
ville; 2BR, nice clean,
central air, gas heat,
front deck. $400.
month, $200. deposit.
References required.
850-548-5541.
Mobile Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
elec. (850)-258-4868 or
850-209-8847 www.charlos
countryliving.com

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71DO Homes
7105- Open House
7110-Beach Home/
Property
7120 -Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Watertront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


7100


-as-
House for Sale.
2BR.2BA. Corner lot.
1271 Holley Ave., Chip-
ley. $110,000.
535-0711 or 258-6018.


7150
1112 plus acres land,
mostly cleared with
nice homesite with
large oaks. Can be di-
vided into 4 tracts. Al-
ready surveyed out.
Asking $30,000. will
consider owner financ-
ing for 5 years with
$2,000. down. Located
right outside Bonifay
on 79 south, 2% miles
pass road camp & 1-10,
then right Simmons
Road & left on Shull
Rd. Look for signs. Mo-
bile homes o:k.
334-347-3332, Enter-
prise, AL.
Gator Pond off Hwy.
77 near Sunnyhills in
Washington County;
Approximately 2 acres
high and dry, next to
water management
area, secluded, quiet.
Price negotiable, possi-
ble owner financing.
Call (850) 896-5755.



7100


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonifav, FL
18501547-4784* Cell [18501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
REDUCED Huge 4/2 brick home, CH/A, fireplace, metal
roof, dbl carport $110,000 REDUCED family size
home, 4 BR 2 full baths, us 2 half baths, 1.45 ac, edge of
town $216,000 Mobile Home Park in town, 21 o10ts,
15 park owned homes. This is a money maker $18,000 *
REDUCED beautiful completely remodeled 3/2 brick home on
1.6 acres, new large metal barn $148,900 Horse/Cattle
Ranch, paved frontage, 2 story home, 2 huge "Morton"
barns 40+- acres $349,000 15.8+. acres, paved road
$47,00 62+. acres, frontage, wooded, $2600/acre
Lwww.carolecannonrealty.comi


S 7150
Two 8 acres on Bedie Rd,
Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd.
Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres on Gainer Rd.
Owner financing For more
info call Milton Peel @
850-638-1858.




3BR/2BA, Quiet coun-
try living on 4.4 acres.
Only 50 minutes from
Panama City. Home
has hurricane strength
tie-down, split bedroom
design, eat-in kitchen,
office, large
deck/porch, and
hot-tub. The
pumphouse/shop and
barn have electricity
and water.
M S L#239466 .
$110,000.00. Call Bev
850-209-5211 or Clar-
ice 850-573-1572.



silo10


7180

$5,000 for property lo-
cated at 1292 Morris
Ave Chipley; property
appraiser assessed
land at $5,700; house
is not liveable. Call
850-291-4125





7190

20 Acre Ranches Near
Growing El Paso
Texas. Only $12,900 $0
Down, $99 per/mo.
Owner Financing, No
Credit Checks Money
Back Guarantee. Free
Map/Pictures. (800)
755-8953 www.sunset
ranches.com





8 110


Central GA 49 Acres-
$1,325/AC Gently roll-
ing, abundant wildlife,
mature pine, near Flint
River. (478) 987-9700
stregispaper.com St.
Regis Paper Co.


Escape To Nature
Avoid population & pol-
lution on your 40 AC
Ranch Protect Your
Family! Year round
Outdoor Fun! State of
Wyoming $1995/Down,
$497/Mo. Call Owner:
Robert (925)788-9933


NC Mountains Brand
New! $50,000 Mountain
Top tract reduced to
$19,500! Private, near
Boone area, bank fi-
nancing, owner must
sell, (866) 275-0442


New Log Home At The
Lake 1.7 AC- $59,900
w/FREE Boat Slips
Gorgeous, ready to fin-
ish 1200 sf log home &
beautifully wooded 1.7
acre lake view home-
site w/ free boat slips
on private, recreational
lake in Tenn. Quiet,
gated community. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
now (888)792-5253,
x.3482 TN Land/Lakes,
LLC

Waterfront Sale! 7 ac-
res with Dockable
Lakefront, $34,900.
5/29/10 Wooded,
park-like setting on one
of Alabama's top recre-
ational lakes. All ameni-
ties completed. Boat
To Gulf Of Mexico! Ex-
cellent financing. Call
now (866) 952-5302, x
5422



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8100 -Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Ulilily Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
B160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210-Boats
8220 Personal Watercralt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 A'/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



91 Cadillac
Brou g ham
De-Elegance. All the
bells & whistles. Excel-
lent condition. 113,000
miles. Collectors find.
$5500. 535-9672 or
260-2625.


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