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News

BRIEFS

GAS PRICE UPDATE
TALLAHASSEE -
Average retail gasoline
prices in Florida have
decreased 3.3 cents
per gallon in the past
week, averaging
$2.67/g yesterday.
This compares with
the national average
that has decreased
3.1 cents per gallon
in the past week to
$2.75/g, according to
gasoline price website
FloridaStateGasPrices.
com.

CORRECTION
In the Election 2010
publication on Aug.
11, democrats Sheldon
Peel and Marsha
Hayes were listed as
candidates for the
nomination for District
2. They are candidates
for District 4. We
apologize for the error.



ONLINE

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INSIDE
Campaign
contributions

A5


Chipley murder
suspect has past
assault cases

A4


Pitts named county
manager

A3


Sure Shots give
update to Kiwanis

A6



INDEX
Perry's Prattle............ Page A7
Extra......................... Page Bi
Classifieds................. Page B5


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Whitson chooses UF over MLB


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chipley High School's
Karsten Whitson is on his way to
the University of Florida. His fa-
ther, Kent Whitson, said the deci-
sion was "100 percent Karsten's."
Kent Whitson said the terms
offered by the San Diego Padres
"were not even close" to sway the


right-handed pitcher.
Whitson was slotted to receive
between $1.9 and $2 million, but
players chosen before and after
him earned slightly more than
the recommended amounts set by
MLB.
The Whitsons were in Tallahas-
see when they made the decision.
Orientation at Florida is Tuesday,
and the Whitsons are on their way
to Gainesville, they said.


"At the end of the day, you have
to admire his chops," Kent Whitson
said. "It's been his desire all his life
to play for Florida," but Karsten
said the decision was difficult.
The Padres used the ninth over-
all pick to select the 6-foot-4, 190-
pounder in the first round of June's
Major League Baseball draft.
"I think we expected all along
to reach an agreement," Padres
General Manager Jed Hoyer said


HARD LABOR CREEK HARE SCRAMBLE


JAY FELSBERG | Washington CountyNews
The Hard Labor Creek Hare Scramble and Hard Labor Creek Plantation have been
honored as the best race and course in Florida by the Tallahassee Trail Riders Association.



Local Hare Scramble


honored by Trail Riders


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Tallahassee Trail Riders Asso-
ciation recently honored the Hard Labor Creek
Hare Scramble as the best motocross race of
its type in the state. The site of the race, Hard


Labor Creek Plantation in Washington County,
also was honored as best track for motorcycles
and four-wheelers.
Hard Labor Creek Plantation owner Ted
Everett noted that the annual scramble has at-
tracted hundreds of riders to Washington Coun-
See SCRAMBLE A4


Multiple drug arrests announced by DTF


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington Coun-
ty Drug Task Force, consisting of
the Washington County Sheriff's
Office and the Chipley Police De-
partment, reports an active week-
end with the arrest of suspected
drug offenders and the dismantling
of another methamphetamine lab.
The investigators searched a
residence on Mattox Springs Road
where they found controlled pre-


scription medica-
tions (xanax), drug
paraphernalia and
suspected cocaine.


Arrested were: .
Ricky Glenn
Nicholson Jr., 27 RICKY GLENN
year-old-white male NICHOLSON
of Caryville. JR
*Possession of JR.
controlledsubstance
without prescription (xanax).
*Possession of drug parapher-


JESSICA
MICHELE
RICHARD


nalia.
*Violation of pro-
bation.
Jessica Michele
Richard, 25-year-
old white female of
Caryville.
*Possession of
controlledsubstance
without prescription
(xanax).
*Possession of


See ARRESTS A4


to mlb.com. "In the end, we were
fairly far apart. All conversations
indicated this would be a quick
sign."
Because the Padres didn't sign
Whitson, they will receive a com-
pensatory pick after the 10th over-
all pick in the 2011 first-year player
draft.
Whitson went 7-3 last season
See WHITSON A4


Wound


Healing


Institute


opens

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chuck Ross
was engaged in a fairly sim-
ple operation Monday as he
put together a desk that
came without instructions.
He said it was no problem
after being part of the team
that set up two hyperbaric
oxygen chambers at North-
west Florida Community
Hospital in Chipley.
The chambers are the
core of the Wound Heal-
ing Institute at Northwest
Florida Community Hos-
pital. The new center was
certified by the Florida
Agency for Health Care
Administration last Friday
and opened for business
Monday morning.
The chambers offer re-
lief from problem wounds
to the residents of Wash-
ington County and North-
west Florida through the
use of hyperbaric oxygen
therapy, according to a
news release from NFCH.
A painless and noninvasive
treatment that delivers the
natural healing qualities of
100 percent oxygen under
pressure, the procedure
helps the body fight infec-
tion and promotes forma-
tion of healthy tissue.
"Treating wounds that
won't heal due to circula-
tion, diabetes, infection,
trauma or inflammation,
this cutting-edge technique
offers a quality of life and an
alternative to amputation,"
said Northwest Florida
Community Hospital CEO
Patrick Schlenker.
The nearest chambers
are in Panama City; Pen-
sacola; Tallahassee; or Do-
than, Ala. "You don't have
to travel away from home,"
said NFCH Chief Operat-
ing Officer Janet Kinney.
Kinney showed the exten-
sive renovations done to
the section of the hospital
where the wound institute
See HEALING A4


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A2 I Washington County News


Local


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Ellis seeking re-election


to school board


Special to The News
Terry Ellis is
seeking re-election
to Washington Coun-
ty School Board Dis-
trict 4 seat.
"I am a long time
resident of Wash- TERR'
ington County and
graduate of Chipley
High School," Ellis said. "I
have served in numerous
volunteer capacities, many
geared toward working
with youth. I have volun-
teered as a coach for over 15
years and served as presi-
dent and board member
on Tiger 100 Booster Club,
volunteered with Project
Graduation and taught Ju-
nior Achievement.
"This desire to help
our youth, along with the
knowledge and experi-
ence I have gained work-
ing for WestPoint Home
for 25 years, will help our
school system continue to
move forward. My work
experience and business
management skills include
managing multi-million
dollar facilities with em-
ployment ranging from 400
to 2,000 associates through
the years," Ellis said.
"Our school system
faces challenges related to
growth, societal changes
and career opportunities.


This will require
specific skills and
training. Serving for
over 10 years on the
Board of Directors
of the Washington
County Chamber of
Commerce, I have
ELLIS seen the growing
demand for skills by
industry prospects,
and this will only increase
in the future. We need con-
tinued effective leadership
to tackle challenges facing
our school system:
"We must prepare for
additional state and local
revenue reductions. The
school board has worked
with school system person-
nel, developing strategic
spending cuts to reduce ex-
penditures by about 10 per-
cent in the last two years.
Our school system remains
financially sound despite
funding cuts. My goal is to
continue providing good
stewardship of our funds
and no additional taxes
while offering excellence in
education.
"With renovation at
Vernon Elementary, our
facilities are in very good
shape, with the last oppor-
tunity being Kate M. Smith
Elementary. We have de-
veloped a master plan for
Kate M. Smith, positioning
ourselves for Special Fa-


cilities Rinding for a new
facility in the 2012 Budget
year. We must continue to
plan for growth in the south
end of the county and work
toward the addition of a
school when that growth
becomes a reality.
"Mandates from the
state and federal govern-
ment require increased
accountability and move-
ment toward merit pay
for teachers. I support ac-
countability and reward
of our best teachers, but
there must be a fair and
equitable system for de-
termining merit. Teachers
and staff deal with unique
students and classrooms,
with varying challenges
and opportunities. I sup-
port improving our schools
by raising the bar of perfor-
mance for teachers, sup-
port staff, administration
and our students, but I will
strive for a reasonable, fair
and equitable system that
encourages the pursuit of
excellence.
"Introduction of new
materials and utilization
of existing resources that
address specific vocational
skills related to technical,
mechanical and medical
related career opportuni-
ties will ensure that we
produce students with job
skills that are in demand."


Peel seeking county




commission seat


Special to The News


Sheldon Peel is seeking the .
Democratic nomination to the
District 4 county commission
seat.
"I am a lifelong resident of
Washington County, proudly mar- [__
ried to Patti Peel (LPN instructor SHEI
at Washington Holmes Technical P
Center)," Peel said. We have two
sons, Kevin and Josh, and one
daughter, Maria Showalter; two daugh-
ter-in-laws, Laurie and Amanda; and a
son-in-law, Donall, whom live and work
in Washington and Holmes counties."
"I am a retired captain with the
Florida Army National Guard and one
of the owners of J & M Testing Lab Inc.,
located here in Chipley for the past 29
years.
"I feel I am qualified for the county
commission District 4 seat, for my
knowledge in budgets, personnel inter-
action with employees, knowledge in
road, bridge and building construction,
engineering and testing.
"As taxpayers of Washington County,
your county commission cannot depend
on raising taxes to cover spending for
each of the governmental offices within
the county without recourse.
"Constraints on spending must be
provided, and consolidation in certain
areas must be accomplished to provide
a good, sound yearly budget and pos-
sibly reducing the tax burden on each
county resident. For this to happen, the
board of county commissioners must


LDON
EEL


have a direction from which to
operate and make good, sound
business decisions for the county
as a whole and not have any per-
sonal agenda.
"Areas I would like to improve
are:
"Jobs: We need new higher
paying jobs brought into the
county, and I will travel anywhere
to meet with anyone to bring jobs
in.
* "Roads: Prioritize paving of all un-


paved and paved roads.
"According to Florida Department
of Transportation, on May 27, the county
has a road network totaling 1,157.7 miles
with 391.4 miles paved (34 percent)
and 766.3 unpaved (66 percent). I want
to change these numbers and become
more cost effective in maintenance.
"Enforce the County Ordinance for
Local Business Entity and keep our
county dollars inside the county.
"Oversight of county contracts to
ensure they are being constructed to
the intent of the specifications and con-
tracts properly executed, with warran-
ties being enforced.
"Establish a county-wide purchas-
ing department for all purchases and to
maintain records by district of expendi-
tures or services for all equipment and
materials used in each district.
"Make sure all the residents of
Washington County get the most out of
every tax dollar.
"Run the county as a business with
checks and balances."


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Local


Washington County News I A3


Pitts hired as



county manager


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners approved
hiring Interim County
Manager Emory Pitts as
fulltime county manager.
Action was taken at the
BOCC's budget meeting
Tuesday morning.
The BOCC voted 4-1 to
hire Pitts, with Commis-
sioner Charles Brock vot-
ing no, questioning Pitts'
education for the position.
Pitts was named inter-
im county manager ear-
lier this year when County
Manager Pete Herbert re-
signed. Pitts was serving
as building inspector at
the time and continued to
serve as building inspector
while serving as interim


county manager.
County Human Re-
sources Director Heather
Finch said a part-time
building inspector would
be hired with preference
for someone with state
certification.
Finch noted that Pitts
had saved the county a
good deal of money since
he was appointed to the in-
terim position.
"He is an inspiration to
those that work for him,"
Finch said. "I would defi-
nitely work for him when
I see him working harder
than I am. "It's really nice
to work for someone that
does so much."
Pitts stated that his
plans as County Manager
would be basically the same
as it has been.
"We are going to work ev-
ery way possible to cut the


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budget with our cutting the
quality of service, amount
of services and save em-
ployees their jobs," he said.
"We're also going to work
on the image of Washington
County; we want people to
know that they are getting
the best service for their
tax dollars."


RIM COUNTY MANAGER EMORY P

Insurance update
The BOCC Insurance
Committee is still look-
ing over three proposed
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
insurance plans, Finch
said, with plans to keep
the employees' cost
where it is right now and


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absorb some cost. Cata-
strophic coverage with a
high deductible has been
proposed. Finch is chair-
person of the Insurance
Committee.
Finch said the commit-
tee will meet Thursday and
decide on a recommenda-
tion for a plan.


New

county

veteran's

officer

onboard

CHIPLEY Christ
Hyatt is the new
Washington County
Veterans Service of-
ficer. Hyatt is a native
of Pine Island and is
a retired Navy chief
petty officer. He has
experience as an in-
carcerated veterans'
employment trainer
and as a veteran's ser-
vice representative.
Hyatt's office is at
the Washington County
Annex on South Blvd.
For information, go
to washingtonfl.com/
vetservices/veterans.
htm or call 638-6140.


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On August 24, 2010, a Democratic
candidate for District 4 must be selected
to face the delegates from the Republican
and Independent parties in the General
Election. I want to be the people's choice,
as your Democratic Candidate to face these
opponents. I promise I will work with the
utmost willingness and enthusiasm to serve
ALL the residents of Washington County, as
your FULLTIME District4 commissioner. Many
already know I feel the County Commission
should be run like a business with decisions
based on knowledge of the task at hand and
with the highest degree integrity to make the correct decision that is in the best
interest for ALL of Washington County. You the voters of Washington County must
make that decision.
Ask yourself these questions!
* Who will devote the time to assure All the residents of Washington County
are represented with an effective voice on your County Commission, without
hesitation?
* Who will be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, to listen to
what you have to say and react to emergency situations?
* Who will actively seek new BUSINESSES for HIGHER paying JOBS and promote
existing businesses, exploiting all the assets of the Economic Development
Council?
* Who will require TRANSPARENCY, throughout all the Governmental Offices in
Washington County, for a more informed public?
* Who supports expanding our County library system with up-to-date materials
and full time employment support?
* Who supports our existing volunteer fire departments?
* Who seeks checks and balances for accountability?
* Who has the knowledge in Budgets, to control spending?
* Who has the knowledge in Road and Bridge Construction, to assure cost effective
contracts?
* Who has the knowledge in Maintenance, to provide a cost-effective maintenance
program?
* Who believes in personnel interaction with employees, to provide a healthy
working environment?
* Who will take the time to become a Certified Commissioner?
A few days ago I was asked: What do I think a job description for a county
commissioner should be?
My response was:
An elected member of a specific district for a 4 year term, placed in official charge
of administrative activities for the county as a whole, assure all County Employees
are provided with equal opportunity and pay, enact and enforce Ordinances,
responsible for operating a cost-effective maintenance program for all county-
owned properties and equipment, provide legitimate, cost effective new and
reconstruction contracts for the entire road network within the county, establish
financial, budgetary responsibilities of each of the Governmental Offices,for a valid,
cost effective, operating budget for the county, promote the County to acquire new
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Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Murder suspect has history of battery charges


Florida Freedom Newspapers
PANAMA CITY The suspect in
the murder of his 20-month-old
son has served time in Washington
County Jail on battery charges.
Thomas Everitt Brown has
spent time in the Washington
County Jail on misdemeanor bat-
tery charges, according to Wash-
ington County Circuit Court re-
cords. Records show that Brown
was arrested originally on charges
of aggravated battery/domestic


violence on Feb. 10, 2008, and was
facing action on those charges
when he was arrested in March
2009 on battery charges. The first
charge was reduced to battery, and
Brown pleaded nolo contendre to
both charges.
Brown is accused of abusing his
7-month-old daughter and killing
his 20-month-old son.
Panama City police investiga-
tors announced the arrest Monday.
Investigators said they arrested
Brown, 23, after being called to a


local hospital on Saturday where
his children were being treated for
their injuries.
Brown told investigators that
his son was injured when he fell off
a couch. He added that the child
had been sick and vomited on the
living room furniture, according to
Deputy Chief Robert Colbert.
However, the medical examin-
er's office determined there was
no way the child could have been
killed by falling off the couch. The
office ruled the death a homicide,


and investigators believe Brown
beat the child, "causing numerous
internal injuries," the police report
noted.
Authorities added they do not
know whether Brown used his
fists, a weapon or some combina-
tion of the two. It is also unclear
how many times the children were
struck, investigators said.
The names of the children were
not released Monday. Their moth-
er did not have custody of the chil-
dren and lives in a separate house-


hold in Chipley, investigators said.
"He was the primary custodial
parent," Colbert said.
The 7-month-old is now with
the Department of Children and
Families, officials said. DCF offi-
cials said the child is in good condi-
tion and that they are offering the
family grief counseling.
Brown faces one count of child
abuse, in connection with his
daughter's beating, and an open
count of murder for his son's slay-
ing, police reported.


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probation.


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*Possession of
of drug parapherna-
I .f lia.


In addition, a
search was con-
ducted at a home
on Oid Drive in MIC
Wausau. Drug Task J-
Force investiga- J
tors found a meth PE
lab along with fire-
arms, listed chemicals,
marijuana and 5- to 6-foot
tall growing marijuana
plants on the premises.

Arrested was:
Michael Joseph Pettis,
29-year-old white male of
Wausau.
*Possession of fire-
arms by a convicted felon.
*Manufacturing meth-
amphetamines.
Cultivation of mari-


T1
ET


. "While an enor-
mous amount of
drug cases result
IAEL from tips, there
is a tremendous
amount of leg work
TIS required to bring
down all the play-
ers involved," said Sheriff
Bobby Haddock. "It is of-
ten a result of good, old-
fashion law enforcement
work with deputies being
acutely aware of key indi-
cators that result in these
cases yielding multiple ar-
rests."
Haddock asks that any-
one with information on il-
legal drug activity contact
DTF at 638-TIPS (8477) or
by e-mail at tips@wcso.
us.


HEALING from page Al
is located.
The institute provides the latest BaraMedXD equip-
ment where advanced computers regulate pressuriza-
tion. A multitude of wounds, including diabetic ulcers
(including foot ulcers), infected wounds and lacera-
tions, arterial ulcers, burn wounds and crush injuries,
can be treated comfortably in this fashion.
"You can even watch TV or a video," Ross said.
For more information about Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital or the Wound Healing Institute, please
visit www.ChipleyHospital.com or call Joanie Beard,
chief nursing officer, at 638-1610.


Two hyperbaric oxygen chambers are in operation
at Northwest Florida Community Hospital.



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Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
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SCRAMBLE from poae Al


ty since it began in 2002.
The October scramble
is sponsored by the Tal-
lahassee Trail Riders As-
sociation and sanctioned
by the Florida Trail Riders
Association and features
competition by a number
of age groups.
TTA had used the na-
tional forest near Tal-
lahassee for events, but
pressure from environ-
mental groups eliminated
that option. The use of pri-
vate land circumvents that
problem.
The TTA, represented
by Dexter Ledbetter and
Mark Bruce, sets up the
course and cleans it up af-
terwards. The two design-
ers prepare three-to-five
acres of new trail every
year. It takes about four
months to rebuild the trail.


"They make sure they
don't interfere with the
quail operation," Everett
said.
Many riders come well-
equipped with trailers
holding tools and spares.
Many camp at the planta-
tion or bring travel trailers.
"Many others stay at local
motels, shop in local stores
and eat at local restau-
rants," said Everett, who
is also executive director
of the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.
The two-day scramble
usually attracts 400-500
riders and a total of about
2,000 family members,
vendors and others. Ev-
erett said the Hard Labor
Creek Off-Road Park for
motorcycles and four-
wheelers is set to open in
a few months.


KARSTEN WHITSON


WHITSON from page Al


with a 0.62 ERA. He had
123 strikeouts in 55 innings
while issuing only 15 walks
and 16 hits. In addition to
the Aflac All-American
Game, Whitson last sum-
mer pitched on the 18-un-
der Team USA that won
the gold medal in the Pan
American Junior Champi-
onship in Venezuela.
Whitson is the first high
school pitcher selected by
the Padres with their first
pick since Mark Phillips in
2000. Whitson was the sec-
ond high school pitcher se-
lected in the draft and the
fifth pitcher overall. The
first high school pitcher
selected was right-hander
Jameson Taillon of The
Woodlands, Texas. He went
to the Pirates with the sec-
ond overall pick.


He also was the area's
highest-drafted player.
Mosley's Cody Johnson
previously held the distinc-
tion when he was taken No.
24 by Atlanta in 2006. John-
son signed for $1.4 million
with the Braves one day
after being drafted.
Once he enrolls at Flor-
ida, he won't be eligible to
be drafted again until after
his junior season in three
years. He also could have
opted to go to a junior col-
lege, where he would have
been eligible to be drafted
again next spring.
Classes begin at Florida
on Monday, the same day
many area jucos also start.

News Herald writer
Brad Milner contributed to
this report.


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The Vernon Athletics
Booster Club hosted a
fundraising fish fry Sat-
urday night at the Ver-
non CommunityCenter.
Present were Princi-
pal Bryan Riviere and
coaches Danny Hood,
Allen Ellis, Ryan Col-
lins, Russ Rogers, Justin
Ellis and Ryan Boyd. To
join the booster club,
call President Mark


Kirk at 850-773-7931
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Photo Day is Friday at
5 p.m. followed by the
annual Orange & Blue
scrimmage.


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Tigers will host their annual
Blue and Gold Day on Thurs-
day, Aug. 19, at Memorial
Field. The scrimmage will
begin at 6:30 p.m. Cover-
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and in Saturday's paper.


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Local


Washington County News I AS


Washington County campaign contributions report


CECILIA SPEARS
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cspears@chipleypaper.com

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DIST. 2:

Albert Sonny Davis
reported no activity from July 17,
2010, to July 30, 2010.

Joel Pate reported his
monetary contributions total
$600 from July 17, 2010, to
Aug. 5, 2010. He reported no
expenditures. His reported
contributions are from Joel Pate
$600.
His total reported
contributions as of Aug. 5,
2010, are $6,600.33. His total
expenditures as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $4,749.92.

COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DIST. 4:

Banian Keith Josey
reported no activity from July 17,
2010, to July 30, 2010.

John Weslay "Wes" Fisher
reported no contributions this
period from July 17, 2010, to
July 30, 2010. His reported
expenditures total $29.96.
He reported his monetary
contributions total $1,150 as of


Aug. 5, 2010. His expenditures
total $1,014.22 as of Aug. 5, 2010.
Expenditures listed are to Office
Depot.

Bryant W. Sewell reported
no activity from July 17, 2010, to
July 30, 2010.

Eddy Holman reported his
monetary contributions total
$330 from July 17, 2010, to Aug. 5,
2010. His reported expenditures
total $282.25. His reported
contributions are from Eddy
Holman $330. Expenditures
listed are Washington County
News $55, Ron the Sign Man
$227.25. His total reported
contributions as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $1,306. His total expenditures
as of Aug. 5, 2010, are $1,243.36.

Todd Abbott reported
In-Kind contributions total
$185.78 from July 17, 2010, to
Aug. 5, 2010. He reported no
expenditures. His reported
contributions are from Todd
Abbott $185.78. His total reported
contributions as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $4100. His total expenditures
as of Aug. 5, 2010, are $3,508.53.

Scott Waldrip reported his
monetary contributions total
$1,550.75 from April 1, 2010,
to July 16, 2010. His reported
expenditures total $1005.16.
His reported contributions
are from Jackie Redfield $100,


Scott Waldrip $50, Scott Waldrip
$180, Scott Waldrip $250, Scott
Waldrip $21.75, Bobbie Waldrip
$50, Scott Waldrip $850, Scott
Waldrip $60 Expenditures
listed are Surplus & Salvage
$150 (signs), Surplus & Salvage
$93 (signs), Surplus & Salvage
$27.70 (signs), Custom Signs
$263.22 (shirts), Custom Signs
$124.12 (shirts and cards),
Custom Signs $322.12 (shirts),
Foster Folly News $175 (ad).
His total reported contributions
as of July 16, 2010, are $1,550.
His total expenditures as of
July 16, 2010, are $1,022.16.
His reported monetary
contributions total $400 from
July 17, 2010, to Aug. 5, 2010.
His reported expenditures
total $593.85. His reported
contributions are from Scott
Waldrip $100, Scott Waldrip $300
Expenditures listed are Ron
the Sign Man $481.50 (signs),
GDS $112.35 (printing). His total
reported contributions as of
Aug. 5, 2010, are $1,950. His total
expenditures as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $1,616.01.

Sheldon Peel reported no
contributions from July 17, 2010,
to Aug. 5, 2010. He reported no
expenditures. His total reported
contributions as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $1,600. His total expenditures
as of Aug. 5, 2010, are $1,452.89.

Marsha Hayes reported


no contributions from July
17, 2010, to Aug. 5,2010. Her
reported expenditures total
$292. Expenditures listed are
US Postmaster $224 (postage),
Washington County Supervisor
of Elections $12 (labels),
Sunny Hills Civic Association
$56 (advertisement) Her total
reported contributions as of
Aug. 5, 2010, are $3,050. His total
expenditures as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $2,907.78.

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DIST. 1

Vann Brock reported
no contributions from July
17, 2010, to Aug. 5,2010. His
reported expenditures total
$229.37. Expenditures listed are
Washington County News $97.37,
U.S. Postal Service $132 He
has no reported contributions
as of Aug. 5,2010. His total
expenditures as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $229.37.

Travis Hall reported no
contributions from July 17, 2010,
to Aug. 5, 2010. His reported
expenditures total $111.40.
Expenditures listed are Foster
Folly News $65 (button on
line), Chipley Kiwanas $25, Jon
Sims $21.40 (signs). He has no
reported contributions as of Aug.
5, 2010. His total expenditures as
of Aug. 5,2010, are $111.40.


SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DIST. 4:

Terry M. Ellis reported
no contributions from July
17, 2010, to Aug. 5,2010. His
reported expenditures total
$518.23. Expenditures listed
are United States Post Office
$280 (postage), United States
Post Office $136 (postage),
United States Post Office $37.73
(postage), Fosterfollynews.com
$65 (advertisement) His total
reported contributions as of
Aug. 5, 2010, are $4,130. His total
expenditures as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $4,033.85.

Will "Tonka" Taylor
reported his monetary
contributions total $500 from
July 17, 2010, to Aug. 5,2010.
His reported expenditures
total $1,060.83. His reported
contributions are from
Guettler & Guetteler $500.
Expenditures listed are
Supervisor of Elections $42.07
(labels), Graphic Designs $107
(magnets), U.S. Post Office $440
(postage), Graphic Designs $107
(shirts), U.S. Post Office $221.76
(postage), U.S. Post Office $188
(postage), Washington County
News $55 (advertisement) His
total reported contributions as of
Aug. 5, 2010, are $8,906. His total
expenditures as of Aug. 5, 2010,
are $8,754.96.


Community NEWS


Washington County
Farm Bureau
CHIPLEY The annual
meeting of the Washington
County Farm Bureau is
scheduled for Thursday,
Aug. 19 at the Washington
County Agricultural
Center. The evening's
activities will begin at 6:30
p.m. with dinner followed
by a brief business
meeting. The evening
will feature Ron Sims of
the Florida Farm Bureau
Insurance team.
For information, call
the Farm Bureau Office at
638-1756.

Cemetery workday
There will be a cemetery
workday at Barfield
Cemetery on Saturday,
Aug. 21 starting at 5:30 a.m.
For information, call 850-
773-3275.


Bonifay Middle
School Orientation
BONIFAY- Orientation
for the 2010-2011 school
year is scheduled as


follows: fifth grade
Wednesday, Aug. 18,
8:30 a.m., sixth grade
Wednesday, Aug. 18,
10 a.m., seventh grade
Thursday, Aug. 19,
8:30 a.m., eighth grade
Thursday, Aug. 19, 10 a.m.

Mullet Festival
NICEVILLE The 34th
Annual Boggy Bayou
Mullet Festival will take
place on the weekend of
Oct. 15-17.
Joe Nichols will be
delighting the crows
at this year's festival
on Saturday night.
Performing on Friday
night will be Brantley
Gilbert and Damon
Smith. Several local
church groups will
perform afternoon.
Closing out the festival
will be Josh Turner. For
detailed information on
entertainers and other
activities, visit our
website at www.
cityofniceville.org and
link to the Mullet Festival.
The Mullet Festival is
held at the intersection
of Highway 85 North and


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Vehicle checkpoints
MARIANNA The
Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver
license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints
through Aug. 31, on the
roadways listed below
in Jackson, Holmes, and
Washington Counties.
In Jackson County
State 69, north of Grand
Ridge, State 71 near Willis
Road, State 286 north of
Interstate 10, State-276
south of Interstate 10, and
State 73 north of Interstate
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2 west of State 79, County
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State 79 north of Bonifay
and County173 near


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of Chipley, State 77 at the
state line, State 273 north
of Chipley, State 79 north of
Vernon, and State 77 north
of Wausau.

Christmas toy drive
CHIPLEY Advocates
for Children, Inc and
the Guardian ad Litem
Program are providing
Christmas toys for abused
children by collecting
supplies for the Caryville
Work Camp's "Giving
Back" Christmas Project.
Some items needed to
make wooden Christmas
toys are wood, sandpaper,
paint, nails, tools, wood
glue, etc. For information
on these programs or to


make a project donation,
call 638-6043.

Labor Day water fun
VERNON There will
be a Labor Day event at
Holmes Creek Park in
Vernon on Sept. 6 at
11 a.m. The event will
include swings over
Holmes Creek, a diving
board and tube races for
ages 8-10, 10-14 and 14-17.
For information, call 850-
210-7001.

Peanut field day
MARIANNA The annual
Peanut Field Day will
be held at the Marianna
North Florida Research
and Education Center
on Thursday, Aug. 19,
starting with registration


at 8 a.m. and ending with
a sponsored lunch. Field
tours will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Topics to be addressed
include disease and
nematode control, new
varieties, crop rotation and
weed control. CEU's will
be available at registration.

Senior Expo
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Council on Aging will hold
its Senior Expo on Oct. 19
at the Washington County
Agricultural Center in
Chipley from 9 a.m. -
1 p.m. Admission is
free. There will be
entertainment, vendors,
and lunch is included.
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Local


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Kiwanis gets the straight shot from 4-H Sure Shots


CHIPLEY At the weekly
club luncheon on Tuesday,
Aug. 10, the Kiwanis Club
hosted several members of
the 4-H Sure Shots, the top
shotgun team in Florida.
Three of the 4 members of
the Florida team selected
for the nationals were Sure
Shots from Washington
County, and two (Daniel
King and Jesse Kneiss)
competed with that team
placing 10th nationally. This
year was the highest finish
ever for a Florida team out
of 36 states competing in
the annual 4-H event that
included almost 800 shoot-
ers in categories that in-
clude shotgun, rifle, pistol
and muzzleloader.
At the nationals, a sport-
ing clays round is added
to trap and skeet, so that


there are three areas for
scoring. King and Kneiss
normally do not compete in
sporting clays, so that was
an added challenge that ac-
tually helped their overall
scores with Team Florida
achieving at 10th place in
sporting clays, 11lth place in
Skeet, and 16th in trap, but
combined scores produced
the overall 10th place na-
tional ranking.
Just four years after
starting the team, Co-
coaches Gary Clark and
Bill Howell have worked
with about 20 Washington
County 4-H members to im-
prove their shotgun shoot-
ing skills to competitive lev-
els. At their very first state
competition in 2007, the
team recorded a 3rd place
finish and has been the


From left, Co-coach Gary Clark, Daniel King, Jesse
Kneiss, Morgan Locke, James Clark and Colby Williams.


4-H Florida State Cham-
pions in shotgun the last
three years for trap and
skeet in all age groups.


Their home practice
range is at Hard Labor
Creek Plantation, where
they shoot weekly and


increase practice rounds for
trap and skeet to four ses-
sions per week when prepar-
ing for major competitions.
Rmndraising is a major chal-
lenge for the Sure Shots.
Representing the 4-H
Sure Shots at the lunch and
presentation were James
Clark, Tripp Hodges, Dan-
iel King, Jesse Kneiss, Mor-
gan Locke and Colby Wil-
liams; all state champions
in their age groups. Shoot-
ers 15 years through high
school graduation compete
in the Senior group, while
shooters 11-14 compete in
the Junior group. The Sure
Shots won all age groups in
the 2010 state champion-
ships, plus best overall in-
dividual honors.
Helping the team in
the background are Andy


Andreasen and Julie Dil-
lard from the Washington
County Agricultural Exten-
sion Service, Andrea Locke
maintains the team re-
cords, and Steven Parmer
is also involved.
Daniel King explained to
Kiwanis some of his experi-
ences the last four years.
After the 4-H experiences,
he intends to keep shooting
at competitive levels in col-
legiate and adult matches.
While answering ques-
tions from Kiwanians, each
shooter described their per-
sonal shotgun choices for
trap and skeet, with some
using different shotguns for
trap and skeet, and some
using the same shotgun for
all competitive shooting.

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dents in grades five
through eight are invited
to enter the American
History Essay Contest
sponsored each year by
the National Society of the
Daughters of the Ameri-
can Revolution. The topic
for this year is "Memoirs
of Paul Revere." In cel-
ebration of the 275th an-
niversary of the birth of
Paul Revere, you are to


pretend you are Paul Re-
vere writing your mem-
oirs. Be sure to relate the
various accomplishments
for which you wish to be
remembered in the annals
of American history. Fifth
graders are to write be-
tween 300 and 600 words
while students in grades
six, seven and eight must
write between 600 and 1,000
words. All entries must
include a bibliography.


Essays are due Nov. 19,
2010.
Contact Chipola Chap-
ter American History
Chairman Mary Robbins
at snoopyxii60@hot-
mail.com or 209-4066 for
specific guidelines if
you wish to enter. At a
ceremony in December
Chipola Chapter will pres-
ent checks, medals and
certificates to the winners
at each grade level.


Columbus Essay Contest


MARIANNA Students
in grades nine through
12 are invited to partici-
pate in the Christopher
Columbus Essay contest
sponsored by DAR. The
topic this year is, "Discuss
and analyze Christopher
Columbus' early influenc-
es and experiences and
how these contributed to


successes and failures in
his voyages of explora-
tion."
The essay must be
between 800 and 1200
words and is due on Nov.
19, 2010. A bibliography
is required. There is a
$100 prize for first place
and $50 for second place
in the local contest. The


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Florida, Canvassing Board
will meet on August 23,
2010 at 11:00 a.m. to begin
canvassing absentee ballots
for the August 24, 2010
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be discussed are
* Assisting Students with Bullying
* Strategies for Effective Parenting
Parents & students are
invited to attend.


Washington schools
start Aug. 23
Washington County
Schools will begin on
Aug. 23. School will begin
at 7:40 a.m. at Roulhac
Middle School.
Orientation for
incoming fifth graders
will be on Aug. 20, starting
at 9 a.m. in the school
auditorium. At this time,
schedules will be given and
students will meet their
teachers.
Also on Aug. 20, grades
six through eight open
house will start at 1 p.m.,
and students will receive
their schedules after the
orientation, which will also
start in the auditorium.


Recreation advisory
to meet
The Chipley Recreation
Advisory Committee will
be meeting Wednesday,
Aug. 18 at 3 p.m. at City
Hall Council Chambers.



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the Tax Collector as of the
11th day August, 2010.


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Remembering birthdays


My readers know that
this is the time of year
when the "prattle" topic is
birthdays, birthdays and
more birthdays!
Many years ago
when Emory and I did
the WBGC radio show,
Bluegrass Express, with
much banter
included, he
labeled a new


record I was
playing as
"redundant." A
quick check of
The American PER
Heritage Desk PR.
Dictionary told me err
the meaning of the erry
word: "exceeding what
is necessary or natural;
superfluous." Also,
"needlessly repetitive,
verbose." Too many
words repeated in the
song prompted my son
to use such a descriptive
adjective.
Let's see if we can
avoid redundancy in
approaching today's
column.
My friends and
neighbors, Bill Webb and
wife, Sybil, aside from
being my neighbors, are
definitely among the most
faithful readers of "Perry's
Prattle." Bill does not
hesitate to call me with
his glowing evaluations
of each writing. He has
used the terms "depth,"
"redeeming value,"
"healing" and "balance"
after reading for the past
seven years going on
eight.
Bill Webb's birthday
is Aug. 22. I always
remember it as being
two days before mine and
that he is two years older
than me. Birthdays, age,
health, family and other
down-to-earth subjects,
have been major topics
of conversation between
Webb and Wells.
As Bill turns 85
this year, and with the
"prattler" reaching the 83
milestone two days later,
I want to officially name
my friend and associate
as "The Birthday Boy of
the Month." Does anyone
recall the long ago cartoon
comic "Hatlo"? He was
always giving a "tip of
the hatlo hat" to some
deserving person. I can't
think of a better word
today to fit the occasion of
Bill's birthday other than
simply "birthday boy"!
My sister, Hazel Wells
Tison, who writes "Happy
Corner" for the Holmes
County Times-Advertiser,
recently wrote that when
she "runs dry" for subject
matter, she turns to the
Holmes County Heritage
Book, which was released


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in 2006, one month after
the Washington County
book.
In addition to our
Heritage Book, I find
myself turning to some of
the topics left with us by
E. W. (Judge) Carswell in
his vast number of smaller
books compiling
stories which
appeared in The
Pensacola News-
^ Journal during the
height of his writing
career.
Y'S "A Graceful
TLE Note to Gracie
ells Ashmore," by
(ells Mr. Carswell,
contains a storehouse of
interesting topics, and the
"prattler" readily admits
he is turning there once
more with a story about
our "birthday boy" Bill
Webb, of course.
The following is from a
Carswell article written in
1982.
"It has been said, with
a measure of truth, that a
man should never expect
to be called mister in his
hometown. It may be a
general rather than a hard-
and-fast rule, spawned by
familiarity and perhaps
jealousy. In any event, I'm
going to break it here, and
I don't know anyone in my
hometown or elsewhere
who is likely to disapprove.
That, in a community that
has a reputation for passing
harsh judgments upon
its own, is a remarkable
circumstance. It may tell
us something noble about
all of my neighbors and Bill
Webb in particular. He's the
man I'm calling mister."
Mr. Carswell continues:


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Bill and Sybil Webb celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary on Dec.1 9, 1998.


"Bill has made his home
here about as long as I
have, which should be long
enough to give us both
home town credentials.
Being a home towner
and a business and civic
leader, as Bill has been,
is a good way to become
controversial and get
criticized in a small town.
But Bill, who is a natural
diplomat, has escaped
that.
"He has a knack for
friendly persuasion and
for carefully conserving
the storehouse of good
will that he has earned
over the years. He's smart
enough to compromise or
make a tactful withdrawal
when his cause is faring
badly. Few people have
such talent.
"Bill came to Chipley


in 1954 to manage Dixie
Lily Milling Co. Of West
Florida, a branch of a
firm owned by his father,
Cecil M. Webb. The senior
Webb, while chairman of
the Florida Road Board in
the early 1950s, conceived
a national Interstate
Highway System and
presented the plan to
then President Dwight D.
Eisenhower. That highway
system in now nearing
completion.
"Being the son of a
famous and successful
business executive and
political leader probably
'opened some doors' for
Bill, but he concentrated
on making his own track
record here in West
Florida. He and his wife,
Sybil, and their children
eventually decided that


this is where they wanted
to make their permanent
home. They didn't change
that after Bill was called
upon to lead the parent
company after the death of
his father. So the president
of the sprawling enterprise
made his home in Chipley
despite the location
of corporate offices
elsewhere.
"As president for about
four years, Bill became
well known among the
business leaders far
beyond the borders of
Florida and neighboring
states. He earned much
recognition and once
I recall that he was
awarded an honorary
doctorate at Bethune-
Cookman College. Bill
received the honors and
the recognition from the
great and near-great with
humility. He appeared
to be relieved, after five
years and a corporate
merger, to give up the
presidency and come
home full time to West
Florida.
"In the meantime,
he has been busy with
a variety of business
enterprises and with
being a useful citizen.
We've been too busy
at time recently to
throughly cultivate
the ties of friendship
that have nevertheless
remained strong over
the years. Ours is the
kind of friendship that
does not require constant
cultivation. We all know
it's there."
See you all next week-
and again, happy birthday
"mister" Bill Webb.


SURE

SHOTS

from page A6

While competitive
shooting is a team
sport, it is dependent
upon individual skills
and concentration,
and each of the Sure
Shots conveyed a qui-
et confidence in them-
selves throughout the
presentation. The
Washington County
4-H, and the residents
of the county, certain-
ly have first-class rep-
resentation from the
Sure Shots.
The Kiwanis Club
of Chipley has been
providing support
to youth oriented
events and programs
for 69 years and last
year supported 36 or-
ganizations through-
out the county. Next
on the fundraising
schedule will be the
heavily attended
Marvin Ingram Me-
morial Kiwanis Golf
Tournament this fall
on a date to be de-
termined. The club
meets Tuesdays at
Pattillo's Restaurant
in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes
County Technical
Center (WHTC) at
Noon. For an invita-
tion to lunch, contact
any Kiwanian or call
Mark Collins, Mem-
bership Chairperson,
at 850-258-9453.
For more informa-
tion about the Kiwan-
is Club of Chipley,
visit www.Chipley
Kiwanis.com.


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off the coast, heading to areas previously mapped with satellite imagery
and infrared photography. If oil is found, they radio down to the ships
and boats of all sizes that are supporting the cleanup effort and working to
collect the oil. These are local shrimping and fishing boats organized
into task forces and strike teams, plus specialized skimmers mobilized
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We have recovered more than 35 million gallons of oil-water mixture from
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Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Yarbrough reunion
BLACK, AL The
annual Yarbrough
reunion will be Sept. 5
at the Black Community
Center in Black, Ala.
Lunch will start at
noon until. Please
bring a covered dish
and beverages of your
choice. Plates, cups,
spoons, forks, etc will be
provided. All friends and
relatives are invited to
attend. For directions,
call 334-684-6713, and
as you travel to Black,
look for directional signs
along the way.

William Dallas Finch
reunion
CHIPLEY The
William Dallas Finch
descendents Association
announces the, Finch
Family Reunion, for the
descendents and friends
of the late William Dallas
Finch. The Reunion will
be Sept. 4. The Reunion
will take place at the
Washington County
Agriculture Center. The
center is located at 1424
Jackson Ave., in Chipley.
Lunch will be served at
12:30 p.m.
Please arrive
for friendship and
fellowship. If you have
photos that you would be
willing to share, a table
will be provided for their
display. This reunion
promises to be bigger
and better that ever. All
are welcome. Please
come with a filled basket
to share and enjoy the
fellowship.

NRA banquet
BONIFAY Northwest
Florida Friends of NRA
will hold its annual
fundraiser banquet on
Thursday, Aug. 19 at
the Holmes County Ag
Center in Bonifay.
Social hour is at
6 p.m., dinner is at
7:30 p.m. with live
auction following. Call
547-3816 or 850-373-7896
to get tickets or be a
sponsor for the event.

Harvest Day
Pageant
HEADLAND, AL The
Headland Chamber of
Commerce is having
its annual Harvest Day
Pageant on Monday,
Sept. 20 at 6:30 in the
Headland High School
Auditorium. Admission
is $5 per person older
than 5. Registration
will be Sunday, Aug.
22, 2010, at Headland
City Hall from 2 3:30.
Registration fee is $25
per contestant. For
further information, call
Teresa Peterson at 334-
693-3395 or 334-618-1323
or Mandi Sowell at 334-
693-3033.

INDEX
Society... ......... Page B2
Faith ............................ Page B3
Obituaries... ....... Page B4
Classifieds... ....... Page B5






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G HIPLEY -"This is pretty good," said Northwest Florida
Community Hospital Chief Executive Officer Pat Schlenker
Friday morning. Despite heavy rain. a large number of patrons
were available for the annual Back2School fair at NFCH.
There was plentiful community support. -'We have 30 vendors."
said Heather Shelby, RN, Education Coordinator and Senior Outreach
Coordinator "Despite the rain, it's an excellent turnout."
There were school supplies, including backpacks, and many -
activities, including a very early %isit from Santa Claus, water slides.
eye exams, free haircuts and bike safety lessons. Community South
Credit Union served lunch with help from the Chipley Fire Department,
and there was a visit from a young cougar from Bear Creek Feline
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Jacob Cullifer
Jacob Cullifer celebrated his 4th
birthday on July 17 with family and
friends and little sister, Jacelynn. He is
the son of Justin and Nikki Cullifer of
Westville. He is the grandson of Mickey
and Zola Anderson of Chipley, and Mike
and Kim Cullifer of Westville.


Adeline Dream Register
Kristin King and Tyler Register
announce the birth of their daughter
Adeline Dream Register at 3:42 a.m.
on July 16 at Jackson Hospital. She
weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces and was
18 3% inches long.
Adeline's maternal grandparents
are Bobby and Marilyn King of Bonifay.
Maternal great grandparents are Bobby
and Linda King of Bonifay and the late
Mary and Bobby Watson of Hartford.
Her paternal grandparents are
Dorenda and Paul Wise of Bonifay
Bobby and Felicia Register of
Headland. Here paternal great
grandparents are Marie and the late
Jimmie Brewer, Charolette and the late
Jemy Register of Daleville.


Tri-State Livestock MARKET REPORT


For the week ending Aug.13,
2010:
*Florida Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$10,276 compared to $9,668 last
week and $10,342 a year ago.
Compared to one week ago;
slaughter cows were steady to
$3 higher, bulls were steady to
$2 higher, feeder steers were
unevenly steady, heifers were
steady $2 lower; replacement
cows were unevenly steady.
*Georgia Livestock
Auctions: Receipts in
25 markets totaled $12,515


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Thornton-Treadwell
engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sasser of
Cottondale and Mr. and Mrs. John
Thornton of Ozark, Ala., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Claire
Maria Thornton, to Adam Lamar
Treadwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricky
Treadwell of Bethlehem and Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Palmer of Esto. An October
wedding is planned.
Claire is a 2004 graduate of Chipley
High School and a 2008 graduate
of Florida State University with a
bachelor's degree in psychology and
a minor in education and Spanish.
Claire will complete her graduate work
in psychology and counseling from
Troy State University in the spring.
Claire works as a legal assistant
for Shannon Saunders Law Firm in
Marianna. Adam is a 1999 graduate of
Popular Springs High School and is
currently working for a chain of family-
owned Piggly Wiggly Stores.


compared to $11,100 last
week and $11,749 a year ago.
Compared to one week ago;
slaughter cows were $1-2
higher, bulls $2-3 higher, feeder
steers were $1-3 lower, heifers
were $1-3 lower; steer calves
were to $1-3 lower; heifer calves
$1-3 lower, replacement cows
$1-3 higher.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$18,900 compared to $33,985 a
week ago and $18,421 a year
ago. Compared to a week ago;
slaughter cows were steady


to $2 higher and bulls were
$1 higher, feeder steers were
$2 lower, feeder heifers sold
$2 lower, feeder bulls were
$2 lower, replacement cows
and pairs sold mostly steady.
Trade moderate with light to
moderate demand on feeders.
Feeder Steers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $122-170 -
GA $117-155 -AL $120-147.50
400-500 lbs.: FL $107-139
-GA $106-127- AL $109-128
500-600 lbs.: FL $103-120
- GA $102-117.75 -AL $99-118


Feeder Heifers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $104-137
- GA $105-126 AL $108-125
400-500 lbs.: FL $99-120
- GA $97-113 AL $102-115
500-600 lbs.: FL $96-112
- GA $92-108 AL $96-109
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent
Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $42-56
- GA $49-60.50 AL $49-54
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL $65-75.50
- GA $65.50-79 AL $66-70


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
BHS Class of 1960
BONIFAY This is a picture of the Class of 1960 from Bethlehem High School
celebrating their 50th class reunion on June 5 in Bonifay. Pictured left to right are the
following. First row, Annette Hall Floyd, Sarah Shirley Jacobs, Yvette Hall Gurholt, Linda
Kathman Bass, Gayle Bradley Clark, Mary Collins Florence and Marilyn Owen Mitchell;
Second row, D. L. White, Marvin Mitchell, Johnny Weldon, Robert Shirley and Hulon
Crews; Third row and over to the right, Curtis Lewis, Felton Miller and Joey Sowell;
Fourth row at top, R. V Mize, Valton Lewis, Ray Lewis, Manuel Paul and John C. Lewis.

Munns awarded scholarship


TALLAHASSEE Ronald
McDonald House Charities
of Tallahassee, Inc. an-
nounces the 2010 scholar-
ship winners from North
Florida and South Georgia:
Those awarded scholar-
ships include Alyssa Munns,
a graduate of Chipley High
for Chipola College.
Since 2002, Tallahassee's
Ronald McDonald House
Charities, regional Mc-
Donald's owner/operators
and corporate donors have
awarded 178 students a to-
tal of $299,000 in scholarship


funds. $21,000 was awarded
to 15 studentsin2010. Ronald


McDonald House Chari-
ties of Tallahassee not only
awards scholarships, but
also awards grants to other
non-profits serving chil-
dren. These activities are
done in addition to over-
seeing its cornerstone pro-
gram, the Ronald McDon-
ald House in Tallahassee.
The annual scholarship
program is an integral part
of the charity's mission
which creates, finds and
supports programs that
directly improve the health
and well-being of children.


Locke completes basic training
GREAT LAKES NTC, ILL Navy Seaman Recruit David M. Locke, son of
Virginia G. and David R. Locke of Chipley, recently completed U.S. Navy
basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Locke is a
2009 graduate of Chipley High School of Chipley, Fla.



Washington County Chamber of Commerce


Sat. & Sun., Nov. 20-21, 2010
Washington County Agricultural Center
Chipley, Florida


Register now for booth space at the 2nd annual Outdoor
Expo and Gun & Knife Show in Washington County, Fla.
Share your sport and recreation products and services
with thousands of sports enthusiasts in North Florida and
the surrounding area.
The 2010 Outdoor Expo also hosts a Gun & Knife Show.
Multi-media Expo promotion will reach more than 92,000
consumers in an 8-county area. All exhibitors also receive
FREE advertising in the official 2010 Outdoor Expo Program,
with 12,000-plus distribution in Washington and Holmes
counties.


For Exhibitor Application, as well as information on
the show and program advertising:
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k email: info@wcexpo.org
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BCF professors to be featured in chapel


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
GRACEVILLE Three respected
faculty members will speak dur-
ing the second week of chapel
services at The Baptist College
of Florida in Graceville. Dean of
Faculty Robin Jumper, Assistant
Professor of Missions Rich Ellig-
son and new Graduate Division


Chair Ed Scott will deliver the
messages Aug. 23-25.
Jumper has been a member of
the staff at BCF for 15 years. He
received his bachelor's degree
from Mississippi College and his
master's degree and doctorate
from New Orleans Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary. He serves as
chair of the Theology Division


and professor of evangelism and
missions, in addition to being
dean of faculty.
A former international mis-
sionary, Elligson joined the fac-
ulty in 2007, using his field ex-
perience to make the concepts
behind mission work come alive
to students in the classroom. He
graduated with a bachelor's de-


gree from Towson State Univer-
sity and went on to complete his
master's and doctorate degrees
at Mid-America Baptist Theologi-
cal Seminary.
Recently named Graduate Di-
vision chair, Scott is a Christian
studies and preaching profes-
sor who came to BCF in 2006.
He completed his bachelor's de-


gree at Baptist Bible College in
Springfield, Mo., and received his
master's and doctorate degrees
from New Orleans Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary.
For more information on the
fall chapel schedule, call 800-328-
2660, ext. 446, or download the
schedule at www.baptistcollege.
edu.


Time to return to God


As children return to school,
that means their days of loafing
and looking for things to do and get
into are over, as
they begin to buckle
down once again
to prepare for their
future.
But how about us
adults? When will
we stop loafing and
FROM THE looking for things
HEART to do and get into?
Tim Hall Maybe having to
get the children
prepared for school will change
some, but not all. We Americans,
especially Floridians, have a lot of
toys and seem to be getting more
every day. And as we increase our
toys, we seem to forget where our
blessings come from. In forgetting
where they come from, we tend to
focus on the blessings rather than
giving thanks and worship to the
One who provided them.
I'm really not that old, but
I remember the day when on
Sunday morning, if you were on the
road, you felt as though the world
had come to an end because the
majority of people in town were
either worshipping or sleeping in.
But nowadays there seems to be no
difference in the traffic on Sunday
than on any other day, and business
owners are telling me that Sundays
is when they do the most business.
Plus, pastors everywhere are talking
of decline in church attendance, not
just for the summer, but also for the
year. Basically it seems America is
turning away from God.
You would think with fear of
terrorist attacks anytime and


anywhere, with our soldiers laying
their lives on the line so they might
protect this great nation, with
widespread cancer and AIDS, with
reporters and missionaries being
killed in Muslim-controlled countries
continually, we would see God's
people not leaving but returning to
the God of their childhood.
There's a lot of talk, and even
anger, about people who want
to take God off of everything we
have become accustomed to, and
the widespread effort throughout
America to keep individuals and
even chaplains from using the name
of Jesus when praying at public
gatherings. With this in mind, we
need to ask ourselves, why do people
think they can accomplish this at
this time in history? The answer is
very simple: God's people have no
time for Him and have no desire to
abide by His teachings; thus God
has no option but to bring judgment.
Satan and his followers know that
because at this time in history,
when God's people here in America
who have been richly blessed and
have turned their backs on Him,
Christians have become powerless.
Yes, there are petitions and
people everywhere collecting money
to fight and take stands. But what is
needed is for God's people to return
to Him in humble, submissive
worship not for entertainment
in the church, but true, heartfelt
submissive worship, which comes
about when we repent and change
the direction in which we are going,
that our source of power might
return.
We live in a time when law
officers, teachers, soldiers and


others are no longer respected by
our youths, because their parents
and grandparents have not given
respect to the greatest authority
of all. When we, the church of the
Living God, return to Him, the land
will be healed; it is a promise from
God, for 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, "if
My people who are called by My
name will humble themselves,
and pray and seek My face, and
turn from their wicked ways, then
I will hear from heaven, and will
forgive their sin and heal their
land"(NKJV). You see, when the
church returns to putting Him, His
Word and His will for our lives as
priority in our lives, the power will
return, and the evil that avails will
back down without a fight and with
great fear.
Please, brothers and sisters, as
the children of America return to
school, may we return to God and
to church, not to be entertained
or to judge or to feel good about
ourselves, but to worship the Savior
Who gave His all that we might have
life and have it more abundantly.
Return to His church, that we might
study to be the workman that needs
not be ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15),
and return that we might follow His
Great Commission to go into all
the world and tell of His love for all
mankind (Mark 16:15).

Tim Hall is senior pastor of
Gully Springs Baptist Church, three
miles west of the light at State Road
79. He can be reached at timhall_
2000@yahoo.com, timothyjhall.
org or c/o Gully Springs Baptist
Church, PO. Box 745, 2824 Highway
90 West, Bonifay, FL 32425.


Ministry NEWS


AWANA at
Gully Springs
BONIFAY -All children
ages 4 through youth
are invited to participate
in the AWANA program
beginning Wednesday,
Aug. 25, from 6:25-8 p.m.
and each Wednesday
while school is in session
at Gully Springs Baptist
Church, 2845 U.S. Highway
90 W, Bonifay. Gully
Springs is three miles west
of the red light on U.S.
90 in Bonifay. For more
information, call 547-3920.

Guest speaker
at Chipley First
Prebyterian
Chipley First
Presbyterian Church will
hold its monthly fellowship
supper Wednesday, Aug.
18, at 6:30 p.m. in the
church fellowship hall.
Special guest speaker will
be Megan Thompson.
Megan was 19 when she
went to a party, drank a
couple of beers, took some
Xanax and drove home.
She believes she passed
out and woke up the next
morning in the hospital.
She had hit a car and killed
two people. That was in
March 2002, and instead
of going to college like
she had planned, she was
sentenced to 10 years in
prison. Thompson served
nearly four years in prison
before her sentence was
commuted. Thompson, as
part of probation, speaks
to churches, schools and
other organizations about
her experience.


First Presbyterian
Church invites you to
come and bring a covered
dish. They are especially
encouraging young adults
and teens to come hear
Megan's story.

Spaghetti supper
fundraiser
VERNON The
congregation of Calvary
Hill Pentecostal Church,
approximately a half-mile
east of State Road 79 on
County Road 277 across
from the elementary
school in Vernon, invite
you to attend a spaghetti
supper fundraiser to
benefit our Haitian
missionary. The supper
will coincide with our
monthly Jam Session
on Aug. 28. Supper is
scheduled from 5-7 p.m.
The Jam Session will begin
at 6 p.m. Donation Only.
Come and be a blessing;
come and receive one!
For more information,
call 535-0003.

Gospel Jubilee
CHIPLEY New Orange
Baptist Church will hold its
monthly Gospel Jubilee on
Aug. 21 at 6 p.m. Everyone
is invited to attend in
praise and fellowship.
Dinner will follow. For
more information, call 638-
1166 or 773-0020.

Pleasant Ridge
Baptist Sing
WESTVILLE Pleasant
Ridge Baptist Church of
Holmes County will be
having its annual "He's


Still In The Fire" sing on
Sunday, Aug. 22. Sunday
school will begin at 10 a.m.,
with worship service at 11
a.m. A potluck luncheon
will follow in the fellowship
hall. A program of special
music by Cornerstone
Bluegrass of Bonifay
will begin at 1:30 p.m.
Everyone is welcome.
Pleasant Ridge is off
County Road 181 between
Prosperity and Leonia.
For more information, call
956-2320.

Homecoming at Shiloh
Shiloh Missionary
Baptist Church would
like to invite you to join
us in the celebration of
the Annual Homecoming
and Church Anniversary
on Sunday, Aug. 22, at
3 p.m. The theme this
year will be "The Faithful
Church Taking Advantage
of the Opened Door."
The Scripture will be
Revelation 3:8. Guest
speaker will be the Rev.
Benjamin Tandy.

AWANA at Bethel
Baptist Church
GRACEVILLE Bethel
Baptist Church is offering
the AWANA program
beginning Aug. 25 from
6-8 p.m. for the coming
school year. The program
is for age 2 through sixth
grade. Registration will
be held Saturday, Aug.
21, at the Bethel Family
Ministry Center at the
church, 1349 County Road
173, just south of Poplar
Springs School, from 10
a.m. to noon. There will


be refreshments and
carnival-type games. Each
child who registers will
receive a free bag of school
supplies. For information,
call 547-5788.

Revival at First
Freewill Baptist
BONIFAY Revival will
begin at First Freewill
Baptist on Aug. 22 at 6 p.m.
and Aug. 23-27 at 7 p.m.
The Rev. Dennis Tanton
and Vessels of Clay will be
ministering. The church is
on the corner of Oklahoma
and Kansas avenues.

BCF fall registration
GRACEVILLE The
Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville continues
to register for the fall
semester. The complete
class schedule as well
as information on the
new graduate degree
can be accessed at www.
baptistcollege.edu or by
calling the admissions
office at 800-328-2660, ext.
460.

AWANA at
Holmes Creek
CHIPLEY A new year of
AWANA Clubs will begin
at Holmes Creek Baptist
Church on Wednesday,
Sept. 1, at 5:30 p.m. All
children from age 3
through sixth grade are
invited to participate in
this exciting program. A
meal will be served at 5
p.m. Holmes Creek is at
335 Cope Road in Chipley
For more information, call
648-1406 or 638-2127.


BCF Writing lab


hosts open house,


previews changes


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
GRACEVILLE As the new
semester begins at The
Baptist College of Florida
(BCF) in Graceville, ex-
citing new additions have
been made to the campus
Writing Center. Writing
Center Director Deanie
DeFelix and lead tutors
Johnnie-Ann Campbell
and Melody Rogers re-
cently met with Angie El-
ligson, University of West
Florida Writing Lab tutor
and daughter of BCF Mis-
sions Professor Rich El-
ligson, to discuss ways to
change and improve the
WRITE Stuff lab at BCE
Angie Elligson has
worked closely with UWF
Writing Lab Director
Mamie W. Hixon for two
years; in fact, Elligson's
connection to Hixon


opened the door for De-
Felix to visit the UWF lab
in December 2008. Hixon
willingly shared her exper-
tise, which is the result of
spending the past 25 years
in creating and continu-
ously improving the writ-
ing lab at UWE
The UWF lab is the
model that DeFelix kept
in mind as she set up the
BCF lab in January 2009.
Elligson's suggestions to
BCF Writing Center per-
sonnel have been invalu-
able as DeFelix and her
staff continue efforts to
improve and expand ser-
vices available on campus
and online.
In addition to the new
look in the BCF lab, there
will be several changes in
policies and procedures,

See LAB B4


Thinh Before You "Send"
E-mails, textmessages,
and other forms of I


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several times each day,,--
and are able to be in
almost constant contact
with family and friends
through text or instant
messaging.
Although I have no
doubt that much of it


does serve a good and
necessary purpose, we should be careful that all of this instant
communication doesn't undermine our good judgement and
circumspection, simply because it is so easy to hit the "Send"
button. It is so easy to write a short nasty note and hit the send
button before we really have time to reflect on it. Mark Twain
once said that when he was tempted to write someone an angry
letter, he would do so, but then place the letter on the mantle for
three days. If at the end of three days, he was still angry then
he would send the letter. If not, he would discard the letter. And
surprisingly, even today, similar guidelines for our electronic
messages would be prudent. This also applies to the various
messages, political comments and pictures we forward to others.
Many of these may be highly offensive to some people and of
very dubious value. We should think, reflect, and wait before we
send poison pen letters or other questionable articles.

If any one thinks he is religious, and does not bridle his tongue
but deceives his heart, this man's religion is vain.
R.S.V. James 1:26

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010


William L. Enfinger


Obituaries

Kay Dell Andrews


Pearl M. Blount


William Leo Enfinger,
69, of Bonifay, died
Aug. 11, 2010, at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay.


William Joseph "Joe"
Thomas, 72, of Westville,
died Aug. 9, 2010.
Rineral services were
held Aug. 11 in the chapel
of Sorrells Rineral Home


James Earl Best Sr.,
67, of Westville, died
Thursday, Aug. 5,2010, at
Wiregrass Medical Center
in Geneva, Ala.
Born Saturday, Aug. 8,
1942, in Caryville, he
was the son of the late
Clarence Best and the late
Willard Callahan. He was
a 1960 graduate of Holmes
County High School, a
graduate of Chipola Junior
College and a retired
letter carrier for the
U.S. Postal Service. He
was a member of Esther
Masonic Lodge No. 144 of
Bonifay.
He is survived by his


Willie Mae Holland, 85,
of Westville, died Aug. 7,
2010, at her residence.
She was born Sept. 6,
1924, in Coffee County,
Ala., to David and Nora
Green Stokes. She had
lived in Westville since
1973, coming from Centre
County, Pa. She was a
homemaker and of the
Assembly of God faith.
She was preceded in
death by her parents;
husband, Ben Holland; and
son Marvin Lucas.
She is survived by a son,
Christopher Doyle Lucas
of Dickson, Tenn.; two
daughters, Gloria Joyce
Klinefelter of Beech Creek,


Jimmy Skarote, 73, of
Ponce de Leon, died on
Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010.
Born Monday, June
21, 1937, in Youngstown,
Ohio, he was the son of
the late Henry
Skarote and the
late Minnie Vino
Skarote. He was
a veteran of the
U.S. Army.
He is
survived by his
wife, Evelaine JA
Brownell SKAR
Skarote of Ponce
de Leon; stepson, Robert
Bowers of Ponce de Leon,
and son, James Skarote;
daughter, Lisa Carr;


0


Graveside services
were held Aug. 12 at
Bonifay City Cemetery,
with Peel FRneral Home of
Bonifay directing.


in Geneva. Burial followed
in the Poplar Head United
Methodist Church cem-
etery in Holmes County,
with Sorrells Fineral
Home of Geneva directing.


wife, Shirley Hudson Best
of Westville; mother, Agnes
Whitaker Callahan of
Bonifay; and sons, James
Best, Jr., and wife Marsha
of Westville, and Issac
Best and wife Rhonda of
Westville; sister, Patricia
Hall of Westville; nine
grandchildren; and one
great-grandchild.
Funeral services
were held Aug. 8 at Sims
Funeral Home Chapel,
with the Rev. Dan Padgett
officiating. Interment
followed in Hickory Hill
Cemetery in Westville,
with Sims Funeral Home,
Bonifay, directing.


Pa., and Sharon Sampson
of Westville; grandchildren,
Bobby Joe, Amanda,
Matthew, Mark, Scott,
Peggy Jean, Christopher,
Alicia, Timothy, Mary
and Thomas; great-
grandchildren, Caitlin,
Nicholas, Logan, Madison,
Zachery, Matthew,
Michael, Andrew, Heather,
Christian, Shelby and
Cheyenne; and great-great-
granddaughter, Caylyn.
Graveside funeral
services were held Aug. 10
at Glenwood Cemetery,
with the Rev. Vince
Spencer officiating and
Obert Fineral Home of
Chipley directing.


brothers, Sam Skarote,
Joseph Skarote and
Gerald Skarote; sisters,
Josephine Casalini, Kay
Hickey, Mary Salreno
and Elizabeth Mirone,
all of Ohio; four
grandchildren;
and one great-
grandchild.
Funeral services
were held Aug. 12 at
Sims Rineral Home
y Chapel, with the
Rev Dan Padgett
TE officiating. Interment
followed in the New
Ponce de Leon Cemetery,
Ponce de Leon, with military
honors. Sims Rineral Home,
Bonifay, directed.


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Kay Dell Andrews, 74,
of Crestview, died Aug. 3,
2010, in Fort Walton Beach.
Rineral services were


Mr. Mark Cohen Riley,
51, of Bonifay, passed away
Aug. 8, 2010, at Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center.


Carole Cabe, 68, passed
away Thursday, Aug. 5,
2010.
She was born June 7,
1942, in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Cabe had been a
resident of Bonifay. She
was Catholic by faith.
She worked as a credit
processor for many years.
She enjoyed taking care of
her animals and growing
flowers and also was a
devoted wife.
Mrs. Cabe is preceded
in death by her parents


Master Peyton
Brown, 20-month-old
son of Brittney Porchia
and Thomas Brown IV,
formerly of Chipley, passed
away on Sunday, Aug. 7,
2010, in the Gulf Coast
Medical Center in Panama
City.
He is survived by his
parents; brothers and
sisters, Akeree Potter,
Messiah Brown and Layla
Brown; grandparents,
Kathryn (Kay) Ayres, Roy


John W. Riller, 79, of
Chipley, passed away Aug.
7, 2010, at St. Joseph in
Tampa.
John was a native of
Washington County. He
was born June 4, 1931, in
Vernon to John Henry and
Bessie (Gilbert) Fuller.
He was a retired
transit specialist with the
Florida Department of
Transportation. He was a
graduate of Vernon High
School. He served in the
military with the U.S. Navy
during the Korean conflict.
He was of the Baptist faith
and a member of First
Baptist Church, Chipley.
Mr. Fuller is survived
by his wife, Louise Riller
of Chipley; two daughters,
Mary Gay Bateham of
Jacksonville and Vanessa
and Daniel Strickland
of Chipley; one son,
Harry Hammond and
wife Deborah of Panama
City; one sister, Carolyn
Parish and husband
James of Fort Walton


held Aug. 6 at Woodlawn
Baptist Church. Burial was
in Live Oak Park Memorial
Cemetery in Crestview.


Memorialization was to
be by cremation, with Peel
Rineral Home in charge of
arrangements.


and one sister.
Mrs. Cabe is survived
by her loving husband of
21 years, Bobby Cabe of
Bonifay; one brother, Al
Westner and wife Donna of
Bonifay; and one sister.
Memorialization was by
direct cremation. You may
go online to view obituaries,
offer condolences or sign
the guest book at www.
clary-glenn.com. Clary-
Glenn Fineral Home
was entrusted with
arrangements.


L. Porchia, and Stephanie
and Thomas Brown III;
and many other relatives
and friends.
Rineral services
were held Aug. 15 at the
Yes Lord Deliverance
COGIC in Chipley, with
Elder David Woods, Jr.,
officiating.
Interment followed
in Southside Cemetery
in Chipley, with Cooper
Rineral Home of Chipley
directing.


Beach; five grandchildren;
four stepchildren, Susan
Blount, Kenny Nicholas
and Beth Ellison, all of
Texas, and Vickie Nicholas
Martin of Westville; and
seven stepgrandchildren.
FRneral services were
held Aug. 10 at First
Baptist Church, with
the Rev. Michael Orr
officiating. Interment
followed in Vernon City
Cemetery, with Brown
FRneral Home, Chipley,
directing.
Flowers are being
accepted, or those wishing
may donate to the Shuler
FRnd in c/o of First Baptist
Church, Post Office Box
643, Chipley, FL, 32428 in
memory of John W. Fller.
Those asked to serve as
active pallbearers were
Rodney Frazier, Bobby
Grice, Denny Wood, Jerry
Campbell, Frank Kreis and
Don Brown. Friends and
family may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.
net.


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Ms. Pearl Mae Blount,
78, of Hartford, Ala.,
passed away Aug. 7,2010,
at Noland Hospital in
Dothan, Ala.
She was born Feb. 15,
1932, in Holmes County
to the late George
Washington and Lizzie
Sellers Hewitt.
In addition to her
parents, Ms. Blount is
preceded in death by three
brothers, Archie, Andrew
and Marion, and five
sisters, Margaret, Isabel,
Dee, Annie and Opal.
She is survived by two
daughters, Wanda Taylor
and husband, Buford, of
Panama City, and Peggy
Yeoman and husband,


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LaDew, of Hartford, Ala.;
one son, Eddie Blount
and wife, Faye, of Panama
City; one sister, Ada Curry
of Caryville; one brother,
Joe Hewett and wife,
Beatrice, of Port St. Joe;
seven grandchildren, Eric,
Anthony, Erica, Dustin,
Makayla, Angela and
Christopher; nine great-
grandchildren; and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services
were held Aug. 10 at Peel
Funeral Home Chapel
in Bonifay, with the Rev.
Mitch Johnson officiating.
Interment followed in
Sellers Cemetery, with
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


April Nicole Lee


Mrs. April Nicole Lee,
30, of Bonifay, passed
away Aug. 8, 2010, in an
automobile accident in
Vernon.
She was born April 21,
1980, in Dothan, Ala.
She is preceded in
death by her father,
Aaron "Buddy" Melvin
Todd, Jr., and maternal
grandparents, Parker and
Lois Wells.
Mrs. Lee is survived by
her husband, Tony Lee of
Bonifay; one son, Rivers
Lawton Lee of Bonifay;
mother, Denise Harmon
of Caryville; two brothers,
Chad Harmon and Cody


Harmon, both of Bonifay;
one sister, Faith Harmon
of Bonifay; paternal
grandparents, Aaron
and Millar Todd, Sr., of
Caryville; father-in-law and
mother-in-law, Jimmie and
Donna Lee of Bonifay; one
brother-in-law, Shawn Lee
and wife, Misty, of Bonifay;
one sister-in-law, Tanya
Seley and husband, Carl,
of Ebro; and several nieces
and nephews.
Memorial services were
held Aug. 11 at Calvary
Hill Pentecostal Church,
with the Rev. Tim Bush
officiating. Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directed.


Brenda N. Bennett


Brenda Nalls Bennett,
50, of Bonifay, passed away
Thursday, Aug. 5,2010, in
Bonifay.
Brenda was born Nov
18, 1959, to the late Charles
and Exa (Spence) Nalls.
She had been a resident
of Bonifay for the past
30 years, moving there
from Chipley. She was a
homemaker and was of
Assembly of God faith.
In addition to her
parents, she is predeceased
by a sister, Billie Nalls.
Survivors include two
sons, Jeremy Sasser and
Todd Birge, both of Bonifay;


a daughter, Talena Sasser
of Bonifay; a brother,
Eddie Nalls of Chipley;
two sisters, Rosie Williams
and Pollie Peoples, both
of Bonifay; and four
grandchildren.
mineral services were
held Aug. 9 at Brown
Rineral Home, Brickyard
Road Chapel, with the
Rev James Barwick and
the Rev Ike Steverson
officiating. Interment
followed in Glenwood
Cemetery.
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.


Dolores V. Mains


Dolores Vivian Ross
Mains, 85, of Westville,
passed away Aug. 11,
2010, at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center
in Dothan, Ala.
She was born Nov. 18,
1924, in Covington, Ky., to
the late Robert Lee and
Maude Glacken Ross.
Mrs. Mains is survived
by her husband, William
J. Mains of Westville; one


brother, Tom Ross and
wife, Kathy, of Florence,
Ky.; and one sister-in-law,
Daisy Mains of Cincinnati.
FRneral services
were held Aug. 14 at Peel
FRneral Home Chapel,
with the Rev. Eugene
Skipper officiating.
Interment was to follow in
Campground Cemetery,
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.



LAB
from page B3

along with the latest up-
dates in the citation guides
for Turabian, MLA and
APA styles.
According to DeFelix,
the Writing Center had 80
visitors during the spring
2009 academic session.
Visitors increased to 97
during the fall session, and
then 297 students seeking
writing assistance visited
the lab in the spring 2010
session.
DeFelix plans to unveil
the latest changes to the
lab and introduce new tu-
tors during an open house
Friday, Aug. 20, from 1-4
p.m. The entire BCF com-
munity is invited to the
event.
For more information
about the BCF WRITE
Stuff lab, call 800-328-2660,
ext. 543, or visit www.
baptistcollege.edu.


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Plaintiff,
vs.
UNKNOWN HEIRS,
BENEFICIARIES, DEVI-
;KI


SEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHERS
WHO MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST IN THE ES-
TATE OF MARGIE TAY-
LOR, DECEASED, et al,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN
HEIRS, BENEFICIAR-
IES, DEVISEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES AND ALL
OTHERS WHO MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
IN THE ESTATE OF
MARGIE TAYLOR, DE-
CEASED
Current Residence Un-
known
MARY MOLLY ROB-
ERTSON
1888 Horne Place,
Chipley, FL 32428
Attempted At: 1888
Horne Place, Chipley,
FL 32428
Current Resident Un-
known
YOU ARE NOTIFIED


that an action for fore-
closure of Mortgage on
the following described
property:
EXHIBIT "A'
Commence at the
Northeast corner of the
Southwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter
of Section 2, Township
3 North, Range 13
West of Washington
County, Florida; thence
S89 40'49"W along the
North line of Southwest
Quarter of Northwest
Quarter 465.09 feet;
thence departing said
North line SO03'44"W,
724.37 feet to the Point
Beginning; thence con-
tinue SO03'44"W,
292.70 feet; thence
N89 48'26"E, 541.82
feet; thence NO 01'16"E
along the Westerly R/W
line of a County
Graded Road 292.70
feet; thence
S89 48'24"W, 541.60
feet to the Point of Be-
ginning. Said land lying
and being in the South-
west Quarter of North-


west Quarter and
Southeast Quarter of
Northwest Quarter of
said Section 2, Town-
ship 3 North, Range 13
West.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on
Marshall C. Watson,
PA., Attorney for Plain-
tiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49TH
STREET, SUITE 120,
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL
33309 on or before
September 6, 2010, a
date which is within
thirty (30) days after the
first publication of this
Notice in (THE WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
NEWS) and file the
original with the Clerk
of this Court either be-
fore service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the complaint.


In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act of 1990 (ADA),
disabled persons who,
because of their disa-
bilities, need special
accommodation to par-
ticipate in this proceed-
ing should contact the
ADA Coordinator at
1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, FL 32428 or
Telephone Voice/TDD
(904) 763-9061 prior to
such proceeding.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
this 28 day of July,
2010.
By K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the
Washington County
News August 11, 18,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CASE NO.
67-08-CA-152
JPMORGAN CHASE
K


BANK, N.A. F/K/A
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK,
Plaintiff,
VS.
THOMAS E. RAY et al.,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to the
Final Judgment
entered in this case
now pending in said
Court, the style of
which is indicated
above.
I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at the Washington
County Courthouse,
1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, Florida 32428,
on the 2nd day of Sep-
tember, 2010, at 11:00
a.m., the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to-wit:
EXHIBIT "A'
Commence at an exist-
ing nail and disk, mark-
ing the Southwest cor-
ner of Section 5, Town-


I iloo
ship 4 North, Range 13
West, Washington
County, Florida; thence
South 89 09'00" East,
along the South bound-
ary line of said Section
5 and the centerline of
County Road No. 273,
for a distance of 170.00
feet to a point; thence
North 00 51'00" East for
40.00 feet to an iron
rod set on the Northerly
right-of-way line of
County Road No. 273,
said iron rod being the
Point of Beginning;
thence continue North
00 51 '00" East for
195.00 feet to an iron
rod; thence South
89 09'00" East for 62.66
feet to an iron rod;
thence South 00 52'42"
West for 37.43 feet to
an iron rod; thence
South 4637'14" East
for 50.96 feet to an iron
rod; thence South
0051 '00" West for
123.00 feet to an iron
rod set on the aforesaid
North right-of-way line
of County Road No.


273; thence North
89 09'00" West along
said right-of-way line
for 100.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
This parcel is being lo-
cated in the Southwest
Quarter of the South-
west Quarter of Section
5, Township 4 North,
Range 13 West, Wash-
ington County, Florida.
ANY PERSON
CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE
DATE OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
ORDERED AT WASH-
INGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, this 4 day of
August, 2010.
Linda H. Cook
As Clerk, Circuit Court
WASHINGTON
Florida
By: J C Rogers
As Deputy Clerk


1100
SPEAR AND HOFF-
MAN PA.
Dadeland Executive
Center
9700 South Dixie
Highway, Suite 610
Miami, Florida 33156
Telephone: (305)
670-2299
CHR-F-2338/CM
As published in the
Washington County
News August 11, 18,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
09-CA-000251
DIVISION:
BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY
Plaintiff,
v.
JOHN VELEZ, ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UN-
;K


I


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser I B 5


articulate.






B 6 I Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser


Wednesday, August 18, 2010


"171,


DER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANTS WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; TENANT #1;
TENANT #2,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given,
pursuant to Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure for
Plaintiff entered in this
cause, in the Circuit
Court of WASHING-
TON County, Florida; I
will sell the property sit-
uated in WASHING-
TON County, Florida
described as:
LOT 33, CYPRESS
CROSSING, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGES 46
AND 47, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA.
and commonly known
as: Lot 33, Cypress
Crossing, Vernon, FL
32462, at public sale,
to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, at the
front steps of the Court-
house located at 1293
Jackson Avenue, Chip-
ley, FL 32428, on Sep-
tember 2, 2010, at
11:00 A.M.
ANY PERSON CLAIM-
ING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE
PROPERTY OWNER
AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
If you are a person with
a disability who needs
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Clerk of
the Court, PO. Box
647, 201 W. Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, Flor-
ida 32428-0647, phone
(850) 638-6285 within 2
working days of your
receipt of this notice; if
you are hearing or
voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8771.
Dated this August 4,
2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By: J C Rogers
Deputy Clerk
As published in the
Washington County
News August 11, 18,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 10-491CA
IN RE: FORFEITURE
OF: 1995 Volkswagen,
V I N
3VWLC81 H73M090252,
JASON LESTER
WHITEHEAD
NOTICE OF FORFEI-
TURE PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS
WHO CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST IN THE
ABOVE-DESCRIBED
PROPERTY, WHICH
WAS SEIZED ON OR
ABOUT May 28, 2010,
IN WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA.
Said property is in the
custody of the Chipley
Police Department. Any
owner entity, bona fide
lienholder or person in
possession of the prop-
erty when seized has
the right to contest the
Forfeiture Complaint by
filing a Response with
the Circuit Court within
20 days of the publica-
tion of this notice, with
a copy of the Response
sent to Lucas N. Taylor,
Attorney for the Chipley
Police Department,
122B South Waukesha
Street, Bonifay, Florida
32425. A Petition for Fi-
nal Order of Forfeiture
has been filed in the
above styled cause.
Lucas N. Taylor
122B South Waukesha
Street
Post Office Box 1267
Bonifay Florida
850-547-7301
850-547-7303 Fax
FL BAR NO.: 670189
Attorney for the Peti-
tioner
As published in the
Washington County
News August 11, 18,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.
67-09CA-269
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA, acting
through the United
States Department of
Agriculture, Rural De-
velopment, f/k/a Farm-
ers Home Administra-
tion,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHRISTINA LYNN
BOUIE, f/k/a CHRIS-
TINA LYNN ELKING,
a/k/a CHRISTINA L.
ELKING; a married


woman; and MONTELL
LEON BOUIE, a mar-
nried man,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to
a Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure
entered on August 10,
2010, by the above en-
titled Court in the


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BOUIO.E Box 1796 LLC is accepting
SP Box O1796 1I applications for t wo '
Lynn Haven, FL 32444 r Green Peanuts I (2) Grounds
Defendants for Boiling!! I Keepers.
As published in the 1567 Piney Grove Minimum
Washington County JI Rd, Chipley. Qualifications:
News August 18, 25, M-Fri. 8-6pm & Sat. i r must have
2010. 8 8-4pm. completed WC.I. i
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Notice of Proposed 21 Pts 260-5003, 527-33800 t raining course and
Ordinance Hearing 2110 Pets: Free to haveaIl eTHARP&SONS ha I
uaG he nti 20 ood Home vald W.C.I. card, WI I \ie iie ,rI I I-n v i l .
You are hereby notified 2120 Pet Supplies U-PICK $4.00 gallon a va car
the Board of County 2130 FarmAnimals/ s cuppernongs n or be eligible for t.ie MINI STORAGE ht e '
Commissioners of Supplies muscandine grapes, card; general
Washington County, 2140 -Pets/Livestolck 1837 Flowing Well Rd, knowledge of lawn -1i h' Ii i,, HIIi ". ,`lh,, FL WAYNE'S
Florida, will on the 26th 2150-Pat Memdriais off 177A, Bonifay. care; basic WteRdH,,i -8'JUNKD Ii
day of August 2010 at 2150-et morals 50-5472326 knowledge of the(850)638 183JUNK YARD
9:00 a!m., or as soon _850-57-2326functions of lawn $9 0(850) 63- 8131 FLJ N ARD
t0 a p.,or ssie equipment; abilityto $9 90 ""'H "$9.00 LISED ALIT PARTS
at its heregulafter as posbmeeting 2130 UPck Grapes is project a courteous (850) 547-0726 bi I
place of 1331 South I now open. 1304-A I and polite per teek ,. per ~ --ee .
Bouleva rd, Chpley I Clayton Rd., Chip attitude to public,i .s, I 0, .. I ... -,,,- ,.01 .
Board chi e 1 th y ley. 638-2624. Scups supervisors and ..11... "''" 'L.. h." '1, ..1.
adoption of the follow Muscadines, $5.00 subordinates; and 638-0212 638-0212 .-
ing proposed ordl For Sale: 6 year old Gallon. Open days able to h", ..,', B u 1 ,r
nance: Black Angus Heifer week. communicate 547-9414547-9414 -
AN ORDINANCE DEAL cow. $600. Call 7:00A 7:PM. effectivelyboth I 7-9 1 547-3993
ING WITH PRIOR OR-850-548-9991 e .. 7--A- M orally and in writing i .
DINANCE NO. 2002-3; Mail or hand delivery A .
SAID PRIOR ORDI- application and/or .
NANCE PROVIDING resume to F, -- ..- i. r '
FOR A USER'S FEE 3300 City Clerk, docn r .J s1, r
FOR FIRE DEPART- City of Chipley
MENT SERVICES INPA 1996 10' Stock Trailer, I O. Box1007 HEAVEN'S GARDEN
UNINCORPORATED bumper pull, good Chipley, Florida I W ORSHIP CENTER "' H s
WASHINGTIN shape. $1,200.00 firm. 32428. H a sty
COUNTY, FLORIDA; MECHANDISE Gravity flow grain Deadline Pastor Aida Spina
REPEALING SAID OR- wagon, $1,250.00 firm. August 26, 2010, 3115 Mai n St.5 Cottondale, FL Heating & Cooling
DINANCE NO. 2002-3 3100 Antiques Laying hens, $5.00 4:00 PM. 850-579-9963
J V4IN ITS ENTIRETY St3110 -Appliances each. Reg Tenn Walker EOE/Drug FreeA ra e
PROVIDING AN EF- 3130 Auclions Workplace.
FECTIVE DATE. 3140 Baby Items 352-4879. L.|e. For Re.idetial .o-er-al
The Ordinance may be 3150-BulidingSupplies ..Ul, I'.l:l .rud'l RefrSeratin &
inspected by the public 3160 Busness AIRLINES ARE HIRING r- -, ,-, u- -,i-- ., r -
at the Board of County 3170 Collectibles Train for high paying [24'r-7 iy iWr l l rvceAv I al
Commissioners Office 3180 Computers Aviation Maintenance
at the above address or 3190 Electronics Career. FAA approved General 638 3611
at the Washington 3200 Firewo it On program. Financlalarovd General ,'rr I IJr I. r i. Ij,, IJ,,4lr I .
County Board Finance 3210 Free Pass it OnI"1'['4'4
2County Board Finance 2 Furniture if qualified Housing The City of r i: .,,,,,,, I11, -
Office, 1293 Jackson 3230- Garage/Yard Sales available. CALL Avia- I
Avenue, Chipley, Flor- 3240 -Guns tlon Institute of Mainte- Chipley "
ida 32428. Any inter- 3250 Good Thingsto Eat nance (866)314-3769 Is accepting ,
ested parties may ap- 3260 -ealth & Fitness applications for a .*
pear at the meeting 3280- Moahinery/ CASH NOW! Get cash Assistant Foreman. I 3oe,.
aspect to the ordinance. 3290 Medical Equipment Y I Minimum
Given by Order of Said 3300 Miscellaneous tiement or annuity pay- Qualifications: V
Board this 10th day of 3310 Musicallnstmments ments. High payouts. I must have I 1.
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1BR Apartment in
Chipley. Good location.
No pets. 638-4640.
CHIPLEY. Like New.
2BR/1BA, $500, SD
$250. CH/A, ceiling
fans, stove/refrigerator.
Includes water, sewer
& garbage. Convenient
location. No pets or
HUD. 638-3306.



For Rent: Bright
2BR/2BA screened
porch apartment. Non
Smoker, references.
Bonifay Area.
850-547-3494 or
850-532-2177
For Rent: Nice
townhouse apartment.
2 bedrooms, 21 baths,
one car garage in
downtown Bonifay. NO
PETS. Call
850-547-3129


1 6140
2BR/2BA House for
rent on South Blvd.
Gourmet kitchen,
$750/mth. 638-9127.
3BR/2BA Inside Boni-
fay City limits. $500.
month, $400. deposit
547-9291.
3BR/2BA Doublewide
on 1 acre. Hunters Par-
adise! In Westville.
850-547-3746.
For Rent. 3BR/11/2BA.
A/C, carport, city water.
638-7601.
Large 3BR/2BA home
ready for rent. 3403
Pipkin Road. Deposit
and $625. month.
850-814-6500



Vernon, 3BR/1 BA.
$600/mth, Mobile
Home, 2BR/1BA,
$500/mth. Security &
references required.





LOOK
2&3BR
$590-$615
Greenhead
Washer & Dryer Incl
Some pets welcome
248-0048

1BR "Cute" Mobile
Home, $400.
2BR Mobile Home,
$450. Water, garbage
& sewage furnished for
both. Mobile Home
park, Chipley. Deposit
$250 each.
8 5 0- 63 8 -8 3 86 ,
850-260-5626.



2BR, 1.5BA Mobile
Home. Clean, washer
& dryer, stove, refriger-
ator, dishwasher, air
conditioner, small pa-
tio, fenced yard. $500
advance rent, $500 de-
posit. Smoke free envi-
ronment. No pets. Ap-
plication with credit
check. Call 638-1272.


6170
2BR Mobile Home,
good location in Chip-
ley. No Pets.
850-638-4640.
2BR/1BA MH in Chip-
ley. 1 block to elemen-
tary school. W/D
hook-up, CH/A. No
pets. $425/mth + de-
posit. 850-638-0560 or
850-774-3034.
2BR/1BA Mobile
Home. $400/mth. In
Chipley. 638-9412.
2BR/2BA Mobile
Homes. Between Chip-
ley & Bonifay. Water &
garbage furnished.
$400/mth + deposit.
547-4232.
2BR MH for rent with
utility building, window
air. 535-2657.
2BR/2BA w/large addi-
tion on 2 acres, fenced.
2 storage buildings.
Smoke free environ-
ment, no pets. $575
month plus deposit.
Water & Sewage in-
cluded. 850-258-2086.
3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile
from Bonifay Elemen-
tary School, on Hwy
177A. New A/C unit,
newly painted, reno-
vated. Call
850-547-3746 or
850-956-2267
3BR/2BA MH for rent.
850-260-2813 before
3PM or anytime Sat &
Sun or 638-4689.
Bonifay, 2BR/1 BA,
I 375, and 2BR/1BA
S$400. mo in quiet
SMH home park.
850-699-3599
Circle J Mobile Home
Park in Chipley, 921 N
2nd St.; & Graceville
5262 Alabama St. 2&3
BR units for rent, start-
ing @ $345 per mo call
850-832-2929
For Rent. 2BR/2BA
Mobile Home. No pets.
Deposit required.
$350/mth. 638-0037.
For Rent. 3BR/2BA on
large Lot, Hwy 179-A,
Westville, FL. Phone
850-956-2470 or
850-956-1220.
For Rent: 3 bedroom
mobile home in the
town of Westville. Call
850-836-4191 or
850-373-7892
Large 3BR/2BA, Chip-
ley. CH/A, WD
hook-up, appliances. 1
block to elementary
school. $550/mth plus
deposit. No pets.
638-0560 or
850-774-3034.
Mobile Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8
miles E. of Chipley.
3br, 2ba, & 2br, 2ba,
avail. Total elec.
(850)-258-4868 or
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7100 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 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare




For Sale By Owner.
$215,000 2000 Built
Home on 23/ acre
wooden lot. Vinyl sid-
ing & brick, 3BR/2B,
wide hallway, back pa-
tio, cover front porch,
with 2 car garage, extra
insulated 1320sqft liv-
ing area. 20'X24' vinyl
siding insulated work-
shop. 18' diameter
above ground pool. Lo-
cated in Washington
County Florida, Hwy
77, 30 minutes from
Chipley & Bay County
Airport. 850-773-7610.


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White Sands
Resort RIty
850-837-5788


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AGENT: Victor Jed
Century 21
Commander RIty
850-769-8326
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2229 Jim Bush Rd., BonifaV, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell [8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
Reduced 4/2 brick home, metal roof, fireplace on about
an acres, $99,900, Mobile Home Park in town, 21
lots, 15 park owned homes REDUCED TO $425,00 8
Business Lots in Esto with frontage on Hw79, $22,000
Almost 7 Acs. surveye, wooded $29,900 62+.
acres frontage wooded 2600/acre COMPLETELY
REMDELED 3,2 brick, 24x24 metal barn, fenced, REDUCED
TO $148,900 Horse/Cattle Ranch, paved frontage, 2
store home, 2 huge "Morton" barns, 40+- acres $349,000
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7100
Biggest Sale of the
Year! Palm Harbor
Homes has closed 2
model centers Save up
to 60k on select
models Call
(800)622-2832 Ask for
John
House for sale:
3BR/2BA, 1582 sq. ft.
garage,411 North Okla-
homa St, Bonifay, FL,
Reasonable Price Call
219-242-2116
Sale. 3BR/2.5BA, brick,
1 acre lot, CH/A. Adja-
cent to 3BR/1.5BA, 1
acre, CH/A, in Chipley.
Reasonably priced.
850-547-2091.


| 7120
For Sale; by owner,
C h i p Il e y.
Resdential/commeraal, bnck,
930 Main St.,
2500 Square Feet. WIFI
wiring. Beautifully fur-
niture. Expanded pav-
ing. 404-660-3813


7150


2.8 Acres, Orange Hill
Rd. 250' frontage, top
of hill. Beautiful home
site. 638-3483.
For Sale: 8.3 acres on
Hwy. 173, Bonifay, FL.
Acreage near Bonifay
Airport. Call
850-535-2838
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.



Lot for sale: 1st Ave,
Esto, City water, ap-
proved septic tank,
large concrete slab.
$7,900. Call
850-547-9291


I 7150
Two 8 acres on Bedie
Rd, Two 9 acres on
Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres
& One 10 acres on
Buddy Rd. One 10 ac-
res on Gainer Rd. 10
acres on Hwy 77.
Owner financing For
more info call Milton
Peel @ 850-638-1858.



I 7190
Bank Forced Bid/Offer
Sale! Smoky Mtn. Lake
Property, Tenn. Pick
your lot, then submit
your offer! Gated
w/Amenities! Hurry,
Register now, First 75
only! (877)644-4647
ext.# 302

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AC $1,125/AC Ulco-
hatchee Creek, planted
pine, paved road,
power. Other tracts
available. stregispaper.
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S 7190
CROSSVILLE, Golf
Capital of Tennessee.
Great for Retirees, Low
Property Taxes and
Insurance, No state in-
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properties at great
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NC Mountains Best
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spectacular views,
gated, paved road.
High altitude. Easily ac-
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Bryson City. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(8 0 0 ) 8 1 0 1 5 9 0
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8110 Cars
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8130 Trucks
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8170 Auto Parts
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8330 Campers & Trailers
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For Sale 2007 Saturn
Ion, 50,000 miles, great
shape, $12,000. or take
over payments.
850-547-4299
For Sale. 2002 Olds
Alero. 157,500 miles.
$4200. Call 638-7835.


8120



'03 Toyota 4-Runner
SR5, V-6, 21 miles to
gal. 42,000 miles. Sil-
ver, sun roof, running
board, loaded w/other
extra's. Tobacco free,
one driver, no kids.
Kept in enclosed gar-
age. $12,500. Listed
price, $30,000.
638-1858.



8130
1995 Black Dodge Lar-
amire SLT 2500, 2dr
X/C, Cummins Turbo
Diesel, long bed,
174,000 miles, goose-
neck hitch, towing
hitch, PW & locks,
cruise control. $5,200
OBO.
Tires fair condition.
$2,500, OBO.
638-7351.


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$19,988


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North RR Avenue,
Chipley. We pay cash
for clean, quality furni-
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850-415-6866. Ask for
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used, brand new in fac-
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850-638-5002,
260-5003, 527-3380

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1837 Flowing Well Rd,
off 177A, Bonifay.
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3300
1996 10' Stock Trailer,
bumper pull, good
shape. $1,200.00 firm.
Gravity flow grain
wagon, $1,250.00 firm.
Laying hens, $5.00
each. Reg Tenn Walker
mare, $1,800.00.
352-4879.

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Assistant Foreman.
Minimum
Qualifications:
must have
completed W.C.I.
inmate supervisor
training course and
have a valid W.C.I.
card, or be eligible
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grounds
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ability to plan,
schedule and
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project a courteous
and polite attitude to
public, supervisors
and subordinates;
and able to
communicate
effectively both orally
and in writing.
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application and/or
resume to
City Clerk
City of Chipley
PO. Box 1007
Chipley, Florida
32428.
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August 26,2010,
4:00 PM.
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6110- Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
140 House Rentals
6150- Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals



Commercial Building
for rent. 1800 sqft. Fall-
ingwaters Rd., Chipley.
Can be split for two
ventures. Call Rick,
850-258-6621.
Executive
Office
Space for rent down-
town Chipley. All util.
incl'd 638-1918


6110
1BR Apartment in
Chipley. Good location.
No pets. 638-4640.
CHIPLEY. Like New.
2BR/1BA, $500, SD
$250. CH/A, ceiling
fans, stove/refrigerator.
Includes water, sewer
& garbage. Convenient
location. No pets or
HUD. 638-3306.



For Rent: Bright
2BR/2BA screened
porch apartment. Non
Smoker, references.
Bonifay Area.
850-547-3494 or
850-532-2177
For Rent: Nice
townhouse apartment.
2 bedrooms, 21 baths,
one car garage in
downtown Bonifay. NO
PETS. Call
850-547-3129
SHERWOOD
APARTMENTS
MOVE IN SPECIAL!
$99 FOR FIRST
MONTHS RENT!
Attn Seniors: 62 years
of age or older,
Handicapped/disabled,
regardless of age. Spa-
cious 1 Bedroom
Apartments, Handicap
Equipped Apartment,
Rental Assistance avail-
able to qualified appli-
cants. Monthly rental
rates start at $515 plus
utilities. For Rental In-
formation call: (850)
638-4282. TTY
1-800-955-8771. 1413
Brickyard Road, Chip-
ley. Mon-Frin 9:00
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2BR/2BA House for
rent on South Blvd.
Gourmet kitchen,
$750/mth. 638-9127.
3BR/2BA Inside Boni-
fay City limits. $500.
month, $400. deposit
547-9291.
3BR/2BA Doublewide
on 1 acre. Hunters Par-
adise! In Westville.
850-547-3746.
For Rent. 3BR/112BA.
A/C, carport, city water.
638-7601.
Large 3BR/2BA home
ready for rent. 3403
Pipkin Road. Deposit
and $625. month.
850-814-6500



Vernon, 3BR/1BA.
$600/mth, Mobile
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3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile Large 3BR/2BA, Chip- Biggest Sale of the Two 8 acres on Bedie CROSSVILLE, Golfnnessee
from Bonifay Elemen- ley. CH/A, WD Year! Palm Harbor Rd, Two 9 acres on CapGreital of Tennessee Low
tary School, on Hwy hook-up, appliances. 1 Homes has closed 2 Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres Great for Retaxes andow
2 &3 BR 177A. New A/C unit, block to elementary model centers Save up 2.8 Acres, Orange Hill & One 10 acres on Insurance No Taxes and03 Toyota 4-Runner
2&3BR newly painted, reno- school. $550/mth plus to 60k on select Rd. 250 frontage, top Buddy Rd. One 10 ac-03 Toyota 4-Runner
$590-$615 vated. Call deposit. No pets. models Call of hill. Beautiful home res on Gainer Rd. 10 come tax, full var ety of RECAInONAL SR5, V-6, 21 miles to
Greenhead 850-547-3746 or 638-0560 or (800)622-2832 Ask for site. 638-3483. acres on Hwy 77 properties at great 8100 Antique& Collecibles gal. 42,000 miles. Sil-
Washer & Dryer Incl 850-956-2267 850-774-3034. John Owner financing For priment Desollars, Mild Sea- 810 CSportsver sun roof, running
Some pets welcome 3BR/2BA M for rent For Sale: 8.3 acres on more info call Milton mens, and Great Moun- 8130 Trucks Vehcl board added w/other
248-0048 3BR/2BA M before rent / House for sale: Hwy. 173, Bonifay, FL. Peel @850-638-1858. tan Views, Live Good. 814-Vans exras. Tobacco free,
50-260-e3BR/2BA, 1582 sq. ft.Acreage near Bonfay(931)707-0393 nfo@ 8150-Commercial one driver, no kids.
3PM or anytime Sat & (931)707-0393 info@ 81B0 Motorcycles Kept in enclosed gar-
3PM or anytime Sat & garage,411 North Okla- Airport Call crossvillerealtycom 8170-Auto Parts age. $12,500. Lsted
1BR "Cute" Mobile Sun or638-4689. homa St, Bonifay, FL, 850 535-2838 crossvllerealtcom 170 Acceto Parts age. $12,500. Lsted
Home, $400.M Reasonable Price Call NC Mountains Best 8210- Assris pce, $30,000.
2BR Mobile Home, B onifay, 2/1BA, 219-242- 2116 7. Ln Buy 2o.a ces 8220 s e 638-1858.
$450. Water, garbage I yand 2BR/BA, 21 ______ Gator Pond off Hwy. 7190 Land Buy! 2.5acres, 8220 -Personal Watercrat 638-1858
& sewage furnished for j $400. mo in quiet Sale. 3BR/2.hBA, bick, 77 near Sunnyhills in spectacular views, 82308- Sailboats
both. Mobie Home $400. mo n quim e parkale 3BR/25BA bCH/A. Adckja Washington County; Bank Forced Bid/Offer gated, paved road. 240 Boat & Marine
both. Mobile Home MH home park. 1 acre lot, CHAAdj Approximately 2 acres Salel Smoky Mtn. Lake High altitude. Easily ac- Supplies
park, Chipley. Deposit 850 69-399 7100Home cent to 3BR/1.5BA 1 high and dry, next to Property Tenn. Pick cessible, secluded. 8310- ra rit ia cks ...
$250 each.63 -3-ll --l-l 1 7100 -Homes acre, CH/A, in Chipley. your lot, t hen submit Bryson City. $45,000. 81 Airraft/Aviatin
8 5 06 38 8 3 86 Circle J Mobile Home 7105- Open House Reasonably priced. water em eo ffe8320 AT'3ff Road Vehicles 8130
aCircle J Mobile Home e/ rea, secluded, quiet. your offer! Gated Owner financing: 8330 Campers & Trailers
850-260-5626. Park in Chipley, 921 N Property 850-547-2091. Price negotiable, poss- w/Amenities! Hurry, ( 8 0 0 ) 8 1 0 1 5 9 0 8340 Motorhomes
2BR Mobil Home 2nd StAl; & Graceville 7120 Coo/mmerowhoialse ble owner financing. Register now, First 75 www.wildcatknob.com 1995 Black Dodge Lar-
Rd loot *nHo 62unlaen sma rSe 6Call(850)896-5755. oly!0 (877)644-4647 WISH YOU WERE amireCSu m2500,T2b
good location in Chip- BR units for rent, start-7140 Farms & Ranches 3 Call (850) 896-5755. nly02 (77)44 X/camr nSLT 2500,u2dr
ley. No Pets. ing @ $345 per mo call 7160 Mobile Homaetsl 71201 HERE? Northshore on 8110 Diesel, long bed,
850-850832-2929 7170B- Waterfront C s, G 5Lake Apalachia, lake For Sale 2007 Saturn 174,000 miles, goose-
7180 Investment For Sale; by owner, Crawford Co., GA 85 full year round, sur- Ion, 50,000 miles, great neck hitch, towing
S For Rent. 2BR/2BA Property C h i p I e y AC $1,125/AC Ulco- rounded by Nanahala
Mobile Home. No pets. 7190 Out-of-Town Resdential/commeraal, bnck, Lot for sale: 1st Ave, hatchee Creek, planted National Forest, afford- over payments. cruise control. $5,200
Deposit required. Real Estate 930 Main St., Esto, City water, ap- pine, paved road, able lakefront/lakeview 850-547-4299 OBO.
2BR, 1.5BA Mobile $350/mth. 638-0037. 7200 -Timeshare 2500 Square Feet. WIFI proved septic tank, power. Other tracts parcels, financing avail- Tires fair condition.
Home. Clean, washer- wiring. Beautifully fur- large concrete slab. available. stregispaper. able. (828)837-3946; For Sale. 2002 Olds $2,500, OBO.
& dryer, stove, refriger- For Rent. 3BR/2BA on nature. Expanded pav- $7,900. Call com (478)987-9700 St. www.NorthshoreOnLakeA Alero. 157,500 miles. 638-7351
ator, dishwasher, air large Lot, Hwy 179-A, 7100 ing. 404-660-3813 850-547-9291 Regis Paper Co. palachia.com $4200. Call 638-7835.
conditioner, small pa- Westville, FL. Phone
tio, fenced yard. $500 850-956-2470 or For Sale By Owner
advance rent, $500 de- 850-956-1220. $215,000 2000 Bu, t
posit. Smoke free envi- Home on 2/ acre
ronment. No pets. Ap- For Rent: 3 bedroom wooden lot. Vnyl sd
plication with credit mobile home in the ing & brick, 3BR/2B,
check. Call 638-1272. town of Westville. Call wide hallway, back pa- J E
ly1850 836 4191 oretio, cover front porch,- JORGE SAYS DON T MISS T1IS2 UPER1 ,
2BR/1BA MH in Chip- 850-373-7892 with 2 car garage, extra
ley. 1 block to element -M --insulated 1320sqft liv W IREGRASS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
tary school. W/D Mobile Homes in Cot- ing area. 20'X24' vinyl W IREG SS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
hook-up, CH/A No tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 siding insulated work- IRA F E L C E I IO
pets. $425/mth + de- miles E. of Chipley. shop. 18' diameter
posit. 850-638-0560 or 3br, 2ba, & 2br, 2ba, above ground pool. Lo-
850-774-3034. avail. Total elec. cated in Washington
(850)-258-4868 or County Florida, Hwy
2BR/1BA Mobile 8 5 0 2 0 9- 8 8 4 7 77, 30 minutes from
Home. $400/mth. In w w w c h a r I o s Chipley & Bay County
Chipley. 638-9412. countryliving.com Airport. 850-773-7610.
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Homes. Between Chip CAROLE CANNON REALTY ZERO DOWN WITH APPROVED CREDIT SPECIAL LEASE PROGRAMS AUG.21,2010
ley & Bonifay. Water & AUG.21P,2010AF
garbage furnished 2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonifav, FL COMPETITIVE INTEREST RATES 7 YEARS OF SERVICE
$400/mth + deposit. 18501547-4784 Cell 18501951-5682 NO GAMES, NO GIMMICKS FRIENDLY STAFF GREAT PARTS 8 SERVIeE DEPT.
547-4232. Carole Cannon, Broker N N F- GRE A
2BR MH for rent with Reduced 4/2 brick home, metal roof, fireplace on about COM E tECK IT OUT!!!!!!!!
utility building, window an acres, $99,900 Mobile Home Par in town, 21
air. 535-2657. lots, 15 park owned homes REDUCED TO $425,000,8 *
Business Lots in Esto with frontage on 79 $22 000
2BR/2BA w/large addl- m A one 7 9 ,9 20
tion on 2 acres, fenced. o7cs aerewOd dL9 N0
2 storage buildings. acres frontagewoe 2600Iacre dMPLETELY
Smoke free environ REDELED 3.2 brick, 2x24 metal barn, fenced, REDUCED
ment, no pets. $575 TO $148,900 lorse/Catle Ranch, paved frontage, 2 A
month plus deposit. sto home, 2 huge "Morton" barns, 40+- acres $349,000
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area. 850-773-3163. West Florida Turf
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Dogwood Inn is now j
offering Senior Daycare
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needing assistance ley, Mini Warehouses.
with daily living. To ap- If you don't have the
ply call (Julie); room, "We Do" Lamar
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JACK OF ALL
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windows, doors, decks, Service. Quality work at
porches. Home & yard a fair price. Pickup &
cleaning. Contact Delivery Available. Bill
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