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Washin


Poplar Springs athletics banquet


Wednesday, MAY 30,2012 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 89, Number 13 50C


For the latest
breaking news, visit
CHIPLEYPAPER.COM

IN BRIEF
Small business
success seminar
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce,
Holmes County
Development Commission,
the Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce
and Opportunity Florida
will present a seminar for
small business owners on
financing and creating
a business plan for your
business at 7:30 a.m.
June 5 at the Panhandle
Area Educational
Consortium.
Visit http://access
floridafinance.com/ for
more information.

Game, Fish and Kids
Safety Expo set
CHIPLEY A Game and
Fish and Kids Safety Expo
will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
June 2 at the Chipley
Walmart.
For more information,
call Milton Peel at
326-9109.

Salem AME Church
plate sale
GRACEVILLE Salem
AME Church will hold
a Fish, Rib or Chicken
Plate Sale at 10 a.m.
June 2. Plates will cost
$5-$7. All plates come
with sides. Tickets must be
purchased by May 31.
For more information, call
260-4430.

TDC calls special
meeting
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Tourist Development
Council will hold a
special meeting to discuss
a promotional opportunity
at 9 a.m. Friday, June 1,
at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.



INDEX
Opinion .................................A4
Arrests ...................................A5
Outdoors.......................... A8
Sports .................... .......... A9
Extra.....................................
Obituaries ............................. B5
Classifieds............................. B7

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TDC considers Pensacola TV ads


'Road Trippin' series
to feature highlights
of nearby cities

By RANDAL SEYLER
638-02121 @WCN_HCT
rseyler@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington
County Tourist Development
Council met Friday to consider an
advertising promotion offered by a


Pensacola television station.
WEAR Channel 3 in Pensacola
is planning a series called "Road
Trippin'" and is seeking sponsor-
ships from communities to fund
the TV segments.
The program is meant to "en-
courage viewers to travel to 'bor-
der' cities in the Channel 3 viewing
area, to help promote their com-
munity/events going on in their
locality," according to an email
from station representative Brian
O'Sullivan.
The cost for the promotional


spot, which is set to air around the
time of the Watermelon Festival, is
$6,000.
Of that expense, $2,000 is a city
sponsorship, with the rest coming
from five business sponsorships at
$800 each. The segment would fea-
ture categories such as "place to
stay," "place to eat," "place to have
fun," "the secret place of interest"
and "spotlight business."
The promotion also would in-
clude online and on-the-road ele-
ments, O'Sullivan said.
Whichever business wants to


be featured in one of these spots
would have to pay $800 for the
privilege, but hotels, motels or oth-
er bed tax-collecting businesses
could be eligible for a 50/50 co-op
arrangement with the TDC, mem-
ber Ted Everett said.
"You bet I would be interested,"
Everett told the council. Everett
owns Hard Labor Creek Off Road
Park.
"But how can we fairly choose
who gets to be featured?" asked
See TDC A2


NORTH BAY CLAN POW WOW


Lower Muscogee Creek Indian



POW WOW

Photos by Randal Seyler
The News
Dancers perform a Creek Muscogee Stomp Dance at the
North Bay Clan of the Lower Muscogee Creek Indian Pow Wow
on Saturday. The annual event featured drumming, dancing,
crafts, food, fry bread and demonstrators of Native American
crafts.
For more photos, visit www.chipleypaper.com.


Memorial Day honors veterans past and present


By CECILIA SPEARS
547-9414 | @WCN_HCT
cspears@chipleypaper.com
"We should guard their graves
with sacred vigilance," said Maj.
Gen. John A. Logan. "Let pleas-
ant paths invite the coming and
going of reverent visitors and fond
mourners. Let no neglect, no rav-
ages of time, testify to the pres-
ent or to the coming generations
that we have forgotten as a people
the cost of a free and undivided
republic."
It was three years after the Civil
War ended, on May 5,1868, that the
leader of the Grand Army of the


Republic, the organization over
veterans' affairs of that time, cre-
ated Decoration Day as a time to
remember fallen soldiers and dec-
orate their graves with flowers.
Logan created an order for
this day to be established on May
See MEMORIAL A2

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Holmes County High School
ROTC raises the flag at Hickory
Hill Baptist Church during a
Memorial Day Service May 20
at the entrance to the Hickory
Hill Baptist Church Cemetery.


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A2 I Washington County News


Local


Wednesday, May 30, 2012


CHS senior


needs help

From Staff Reports

CHIPLEY-A Chipley High
School senior's mother
has died, and the school is
seeking help for the student
with expenses, according
to assistant principal Lora
Barnes.
The girl was on her
senior trip in Tennessee
when she received the
call that she needed to
come home because her
mother was not doing well.
As she was waiting in the
Atlanta airport, her mother
passed away. This student
is receiving no help from
family and is responsible for
all of the funeral expenses.
We are reaching out to
you in this time of need and
asking that you help her
raise the money necessary
to cover these expenses.
Funeral expenses alone are
$3,606 and the cost of the
ticket to return home was
approximately $600.
Any monetary donations
should be paid to New
Life Fellowship. Donation
locations are Chipley High
School, Obert Funeral home
and New Life Fellowship
Church office.


TDC from page Al


Jim Town, board secretary.
Everett suggested the TDC
put the names of businesses will-
ing to pay the fee for the promo-
tion in a hat, then draw the five
names. "That would be the fairest
way," he said. "Above all, we want
this to be transparent and fair."
The cost of the promotion
could be prohibitive for many
businesses, especially restau-


rants, Town said. "That is a lot
of money, and everyone's feeling
the economy these days."
The city sponsorship portion,
$2,000, could be paid by the TDC
or a combination of TDC, Cham-
ber of Commerce and county
funds, Town suggested. "We do
have money in the budget."
The board voted to have Ad-
ministrative Assistant Heather


Lopez contact all the local busi-
nesses and explain the promotion
to gauge interest in the television
advertising plan.
"Pensacola and into Mobile,
that is my market. I draw people
from that area," Everett said.
"But I don't know that that is the
right market for restaurants."
The TDC will meet again at
9 a.m. Friday to see what inter-


est was expressed by local busi-
ness and to further discuss the
promotion.
"Getting money from the city
or county at this time of year is
going to be a trick," said board
member Joel Pate, who also
is a county commissioner. "All
the budgets are set, and they're
spending money on roads and
trucks."


MEMORIAL from oage Al


30, when all the flowers
were in bloom across the
nation.
The first ceremony of
grand magnitude was held
shortly after the order
was declared at Arling-
ton National Cemetery in
Washington, D.C.
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant
was one of the Washing-
ton officials who presided
over the ceremony, and
it was after the speeches
that children from the Sol-
diers' and Sailors' Orphan
Home as well as members
of the Grand Army Repub-
lic went through the cem-
etery, placing flowers on
both Union and Confeder-
ate graves, saying prayers
and singing hymns.
Over the years, Deco-
ration Day became Me-
morial Day.


Congress and Presi-
dent Lyndon Johnson de-
clared that Waterloo, N.Y,
was the birthplace of Me-
morial Day in 1966, order-
ing that businesses close
and that all flags were to
be flown at half-staff as
they had on May 5, 1866,
to honor those veterans
who fought and died in the
Civil War.
The tradition carried
on into the 19th century
with state legislatures
passing proclamations
in observance of the day
and the military adopting
regulations for proper ob-
servance on May 30.
It wasn't until after
World War I that Memori-
al Day was declared a na-
tional holiday by an act of
Congress, to be observed
on the last Monday of May


DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS
MISSION STATEMENT
To fulfill President Lincoln's promise, "To
care for him who shall have borne the battle,
and for his widow, and his orphan" by serving
and honoring the men and women who are
America's veterans.


to honor all fallen veter-
ans in every war.
In addition to those
veterans who have fallen
in the course of war, one
shouldn't forget the veter-
ans who are still alive and
in need of assistance.
If there is a veteran
you know in need of ser-
vices, here are a few local
contacts that might help
you. These local services


SHE SHAPED YOUR DAYS.

Now hers are in your hands.

She taught you about dignity Now you
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Source: www.va.gov


are there if veterans or
their surviving spouses or
children have any ques-
tions or concerns regard-
ing eligibility for benefits
or assistance applying for
Department of Veterans'
Affairs Benefits, which in-
clude service-connected
disability, non-service con-
nected disability pension,
VA health care enrollment,
home loans, VA burial ben-
efits, educational benefits
and state benefits.
In Washington County,
the Veterans' Services offi-
cer is Christopher Hyatt.
"If you have questions
regarding your eligibil-
ity for benefits or require


assistance with complet-
ing any necessary forms,
please contact me," Hyatt
says on the Veterans' Ser-
vices website, www.wash-
ingtonfl.com/vetservices/
veterans.htm.
"It is recommended that
prior to coming directly to
the office, you call first to
insure there is adequate
time and information avail-
able to assist you with your
request."
The Veterans' Assis-
tance Office is next to the
Supervisor of Elections
Office at the Washington
County Annex in Chipley.
Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., Monday through
Friday.
Hyatt can be reached at
638-6145 or chyatt@wash-
ingtonfl.com.
In Holmes County, the
Veterans' Service officer is
Joey Marsh.
The Veterans' Assis-
tance Office is at 812 Wauke-
sha St. in Bonifay, and
Marsh can be contacted at
547-9252 or at vetsrmyjob@
holmescountyfl.org.


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Notice of Public Hearing to
Adopt/Revise School Board Policies/Procedures
Washington County School District
652 Third Street Chipley, FL 32428
Monday, June 11, 2012 at 5:00 pm


Notice is hereby given that on Monday, June 11, 2012 at 5:00 pm., the Washington County
School Board will consider adopting and or revising School Board Policies/Procedures

The purpose and specific legal authority under which School Board Policies/Procedures are
authorized, and a summary of the estimate of economic impact of the proposed
policies/procedures on all affected persons, are given.

Purpose
To consider adopting and or revising School Board Policies/Procedures to reflect
policy and statutory changes.

Proposed New Policies
2.255+ Strategic Planning

Proposed Revised Policies
2.70 Prohibiting Discrimination, Including Sexual and Other Forms of
Harassment
2.90 Tobacco Use in District Facilities
3.201*+ Performance Grade Schools
4.10*+ The Curriculum
4.11*+ Student Progression Plan
5.20+ Student Assignment
6.37*+ Suspension and Dismissal
7.70* Purchasing and Bidding
8.37 Seat Belts
8.60+ Telecommunication Plan and Electronic Communication Use

Proposed Revised Procedures
8.60+ Telecommunication Plan and Electronic Communication Use

Legal Authority
The Washington County School Board is authorized under Chapter 1001.43 of the
Florida K-20 Education Code to develop/revise policy and procedures.
Economic Impact
The cost of promulgating these revisions will be approximately $1.00 per document.
Cost or benefit to those affected: None Impact on open market: None


Individuals wishing to obtain a copy of the proposed new or revised Board Policies /
Procedures may contact the Superintendent's Office at 652 Third Street, Chipley, Florida.






Wednesday, May 30, 2012


Local


New health clinic




helps poor, uninsured


By RANDAL SEYLER
638-02121 @WCN_HCT
rseyler@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY When First
Baptist Church of Bonifay
opened the Holmes County
Community Health Clinic
May 5 in the Lottie Moon
house, it brought to the area
of poor and uninsured more
than much-needed medical
care the clinic also serves
as a ministry and cuts down
on unnecessary trips to the
Emergency Room.
"I have been told that
something like 80 percent
of emergency room visits
aren't emergencies," said
the Rev. Shelly Chandler,
pastor of the First Baptist
Church. "Clinics like this
save millions of dollars in
visits to the ER."
The clinic is run with vol-
unteer help and is open two
Saturday a month, Chan-
dler said, and is organized
through the state of Florida.
"We wouldn't be able to do
this without the immunity
the state provides. The state
takes away the liability as
long as the clinic is staffed
by volunteers."
The clinic was the idea
of Diane Little and Dr. Lisa
Bailey, who had helped out
in a similar clinic and re-
turned to Bonifay with a
plan, he said. There are 79
similar clinics spread across
the state. "It doesn't have to
be a church, any organiza-
tion can open one," he said.
The church provided


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
The Holmes County Community Health Clinic opened
in Bonifay on May 5 in the Lottie Moon house.
The clinic is a ministry of the First Baptist Church in
Bonifay.


the house for the clinic, and
the services are provided
free to clients who meet
the requirements, based on
double the federal poverty
level.
"For a family of four, the
income level is over $4,000 a
month," Chandler said, "so
a wide range of people are
open to visit the clinic."
The state health depart-
ment provides services on
a sliding scale fee and there
is a paper trail that some
members of society wish to
avoid, Chandler said, which
makes the church's clinic
appealing to people such


as undocumented workers
who need medical care.
The clinic also does not
carry narcotics nor are
narcotics prescribed at the
clinic, Chandler said. "You
can't come in and say your
back hurts and get a bottle
of OxyContin."
Best of all, the clinic also
gives the church volunteers
a chance to minister to
visitors.
"The program works re-
ally well for a government
program, and it also gives
us a chance to minister
while helping people in their
everyday lives."


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:.turned out in
... celebration of
National Women's
Health Week
at the Holmes
County Health
Department,
where it hosted
Girl's Night Out
May 17 at Carmel
Assembly of God
in Bonifay. In
addition to food,
-, fun and shopping,
they welcomed
Chantel Hobbs as
a guest speaker.
Hobbs shared her
testimony of losing
over 200 pounds
and keeping it
off for over 10
years. For video of
Hobbs' testimony,
visit our Facebook
by clicking on
, \ our link at www.
bonifaynow.com.
For more info on
Hobbs, visit her
website at http://
Schantelhobbs.com.


PHOTOS BY CECILIA
SPEARS I The News


Washington County Tourist Development Council (TDC)
Applicants needed to fill Seat # 5 for an unexpired term ending September 30, 2013, at
which time the member would be eligible for appointment to a full 4-year term. All seats on the
Washington County TDC are unpaid volunteer positions.
Florida Statute 125.014, Tourist Development Tax, creates the TDC with members appointed
by action of the Board of County Commissioners. Subparagraph (4) (e) establishes that the
TDC shall consist of nine (9) members with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 4 being bed tax
collectors within the county; 3 must be elected officials nominated by their respective boards
with 1 representing the county commission, 1 representing the largest municipality, and 1
representing another municipality; and 3 members must be from industries involved with tourism
and/or hospitality or some other direct connection to tourism. The normal term of appointment
shall be four (4) years and terms are staggered so that no more than 3 seat terms expire in any
year. All TDC members shall be electors (registered voters) within the county.
Seat #5 on the Washington County TDC is designated for Tourism Industry or a Bed Tax
Collector.
Interested parties should send a resume and letter of application outlining their experience
in activities related to the tourism, hospitality and/or related industries to the TDC office by
June 18, 2012. Washington County Tourist Development Council, P.O. Box 450, Chipley, FL
32428-0450, or via email to admin@visitwashingtoncountyfl.com. Phone contact 638-6013.
Interviews will be scheduled as soon after June 18, 2012, as possible.










A4 Washington County News


ODinion


Wednesday, May 30, 2012


Gordy brothers have rich American heritage


Paul Gordy and
brother Leonard
Gordy, the two
highly decorated
U.S. Army Air Corps
lieutenants who
both experienced
prisoner of war
captivity at the
hands of the
German Army


r






PERRY'S
PRATTLE
Perry Wells


during World War II, were
featured in the "prattle" last
week.
The Gordy Brothers
have an interesting history
and heritage, which your
writer feels would be
appropriate to explore
further in today's column.
Both were born
and lived their early
childhood near Cusseta
in Chattahoochee County,
Ga. This area, located
Southeast of Columbus
and Fort Benning, Ga., is
steeped in rich American
history. As Paul Gordy
said to your writer, "Perry,
I grew up among pioneer
families of Gordys, Pates
and Lowes of my locale,
which were much the same
caliber of people so well-
known here who settled
and developed this part of
the country." He continued,
"Dr. Francis Gordy married
Jenny Lowe, and their first
child was my father, Curtis
Lowe Gordy. He was born
in 1885 and married my
mother, Verna Pate Gordy,
in 1915. Also born to my


grandparents were
two other sons,
Marion Gordy and
James Gordy, and
daughter, Laura
Gordy.
"Dr. Gordy was a
medical doctor, very
successful in life,
lived in Cusseta,
Ga., Chattahoochee


County and was elected to
county clerk of the county,"
Paul reports.
"My grandmother,
Jenny Lowe Gordy's
family came from England.
Due to helping in the
Revolutionary War of 1812,
they were granted large
acreage in Stewart County,
Ga., and they reportedly
built the first church and
school and also helped with
the courthouse in Lumpkin,
Ga. We were also told that
they were Methodist Circuit
Rider Preachers. Most of
their former land holdings,
Providence Canyon, today
is a Georgia State Park"
according to Paul.
Paul Gordy proudly
reports that his father is
first cousin to Lillian Gordy
Carter, making the Gordy
brothers second cousins to
her son, Former President
of the United States Jimmy
Carter.
Leonard and Paul
Pate Gordy were the only
children born to Curtis
Lowe Gordy and Verna Pate
Gordy. The family moved to


Panama City in 1925, upon
the father being hired in the
lumber industry by W C.
Sherman, who had earlier
moved to Florida from the
Georgia region. Later, the
job required moving the
family to Sherman and later
to a second log camp where
a town named Shamrock
had been formed. Upon
the father's death in 1932
at the age of 37, Verna
Gordy moved her sons to
Gainesville, where both
completed high school. She
died in 1976 at the age of 81.
Further schooling was
interrupted upon Paul and
Leonard's entry into the
U.S. Army Air Corps, where
both served as bomber
pilots over Germany,
resulting in their capture
and imprisonment.
Leonard married
the former Shirley Hays
while living and working
in Chipley. They had one
daughter, Elizabeth, who
married Curtis D. Coley.
As reported last week,
Paul married Chipley
native, the former Ann
Sheppard on Dec. 30, 1948,
the daughter of pioneer
parents, Lee and Ethel
Sheppard. Ann had a full
career as a teacher in the
Washington County Schools
while she and Paul reared
a son, Steve, and daughter,
Paula Kay.
The Gordy's are long
time members of Chipley's


First United Methodist
Church where the entire
family have been active
in church attendance and
have held various offices of
leadership in the church.
Paul Gordy assisted in
forming a Veteran's Day
celebration in this area.
He labels the programs
presented as "making it
one of the best Veterans
Day events in the area,"
further explaining: "the
school children did their
part in remembering the
county's heroes."
Gordy reports that
two former unmarried
female teachers, twins,
Ruth and Martha White in
Gainesville High School,
were reported as saying
when the report came that
he was "missing in action":
"If Paul can just be found
alive, he will talk his way
out being captured!" He
further recalls that Don
Walters, his long-time
friend in Chipley, told the
story that on one occasion
the German "brass"
made an unannounced
inspection of Paul's living
accommodations and found
him faring so well, that they
took the guards out and
shot them!"
Paul's philosophical
attitude toward war is
summarized with a quote
from President Dwight D.
Eisenhower: "I hate war
as only a soldier who has


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Paul and Ann Gordy, pictured in "Heritage of
Washington County." They soon will celebrate their
65th wedding anniversary.


lived it can, only as one
who has seen its brutality,
its futility, its stupidity." He
then proceeded with his
own definition of war: "It's
like two kids fighting at the
school playground," Paul
said. "They both just end
up with bloody noses and
nothing else accomplished,"
he concluded.
Paul Gordy minimized
the characterization of
"hero" being applied
to himself and brother,
Leonard. The "prattle"
will conclude that if Tom
Brokaw had known these
two men, they, too, could
well have been named in


his book, "The Greatest
Generation," released in
1998.
It has been the writer's
pleasure to compile the
information which has been
furnished me into the two
stories, which I trust will,
to some degree, pay the
tribute and honor to Paul
and Leonard Gordy, which
has been too long overdue.
Shortly, details will
be forthcoming on the
ceremony mentioned last
week, which still awaits
the two gentlemen, whom
the "prattler" will insist on
calling "heroes."
See you all next week.


Small Town Tom


Mike Barnhouse


Graduates: Embrace the 'what now?'


Graduation
time is here, and
hundreds of young
men and women
in Washington and
Holmes County are
about to face the
big question, some
for the first time in
their lives the
question of "what
now?"


RANDAL
SEYLER
Fditor


As the school
year winds down,
I've gotten to
attend a few
awards banquets
and, so far, just one
graduation, but
that will change
Thursday when
the Chipley High
School graduation
is held. That


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kicks off the season as
schools throughout the
two counties send their
seniors off into the great
beyond.
If I had to deliver a
graduation speech this
year, I would be hard
pressed to come up with
anything to say. College
tuition costs more per
credit hour than I paid for
a full semester's worth of
hours back in 1982. The
economy is still teetering,
although it seems a bit
less grim than the past
few crops of graduates
have had to face.
I have no doubt I
could pull out a copy of
the Washington County
News from any previous
decade, look in the May
or June edition, and
find a writer making the
same grim comments.
The economy is always
up and down, but mostly
it seems down, college
tuition has always been
expensive, and there are
always wars and rumors
of wars.
The only thing new
at any graduation is the
crop of graduates. These
young people are about
to start out on their
journeys, and for many
of them, that journey is
uncertain, which brings
us back to the "what
now?"
One thing I would
want to say, in my
imaginary speech to the
Class of 2012, is enjoy the
"what now?" experience.
There is a saying in
Zen Buddhism, "In the
beginner's mind, there
are infinite possibilities."
The morning after the
Class of 2012 tosses
their mortar boards
into the sky, the infinite


possibilities start
manifesting themselves.
Many students know
what the immediate
"now" may hold
- college, vo-tech
school or even full-time
employment. But those
of us from the Classes
of Long Ago know that
those plans are as likely
as not going to change
by this time next year,
and they might change
radically.
Change is good.
Change is pretty much
99 percent of everyone's
"now," but as more and
more days, then months
and finally years pass
between the graduate
and graduation day the
changes get bigger, but
they don't get any less
scary. In fact, as we age, I
think the opposite is true
- change gets harder
and scarier as we get
more set in our ways.
The Class of 2012 is
about to receive their
first big dose of change.
To the graduates I would
say enjoy the change,
and enjoy the uncertainty
of "what now?" Change
is pretty much the only
thing you can count
on from here on, so
you might as well start
getting comfortable with
uncertainty.
Embrace the "what
now?" And give it
everything you have. If
you have a dream, or
plan, or goal, do whatever
it takes to make it
happen.
That way 30 years
from now, you don't have
to worry about one day
spending the rest of your
days listening to the
evil twin of "what now"
- "what if ?"


Letters to the EDITOR

Dear Editor,
Usually when someone addresses the public through
the media, it is for complaints. Today, however, I would
like to commend the voluntary fire departments in our
area.
On Monday, April 23, I received a call telling me one
of my barns was on fire. I called 911 to find out there
were already emergency vehicles dispatched to the
scene. When I arrived, the Ponce de Leon Volunteer
Fire Department was already there. With a concerted
effort, volunteers from the following departments
responded and the fire was contained to the barn and an
out building. The other barn beside it was saved.
While the barn and out building along with all it's
contents was a total loss, I witnessed an effort by so
many working together, that they deserve high praise.
So I want to say thanks to them and every one involved.
There were three counties and two states responding
for one common good. My family and I want to say
thanks.
Roger White
Ponce de Leon
Dear Editor,
The family of Mia Chay Brown would like to express
many thanks to all the wonderful friends, community,
the judicial system and law enforcement officers who
have blessed us in so many ways this past year and a
half. No words can adequately express our gratitude for
the outpouring of love and sacrifice on behalf of Mia and
her family. Thank you and God bless us all.
Nancy Williams (Mother of Mia Chay Brown)
Bonifay

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Washington County Board

of County Commissioners will

be having a Workshop June

14, 2012 at 8:30 a.m.


The Board of County


Commissioners


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abled persons who wish to at-

tend this meeting. Contact the


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Office


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Wednesday, May 30, 2012


0


Airport Authority to build


off year two successes


Special To The News
PANAMA CITY -Northwest Florida
Beaches International Airport in
Panama City Beach celebrated its
second anniversary on May 23. Rid-
ing a wave of success from the past
year, airport officials are confident
year three will be the best yet.
"We expect big things in 2012 and
beyond," Andy McKenzie, Airport
Authority board chairman, said.
"We achieved many goals that put
the airport on a great trajectory."
Opened in May 2010, Northwest
Florida Beaches International
Airport was the first international
airport constructed in more than
a decade. Initial passenger num-
bers were strong despite opening
in the midst of the Gulf Oil Spill
crisis. Although Northwest Florida
tourism and the airport recovered
from the crisis heading into the
busy 2011 summer travel season,
there remained a set of unresolved
challenges.
"Our first priority was to
strengthen our financial foundation
by resolving several long-standing
challenges. We believed stronger fi-
nances would set the wheels in mo-
tion for a host of accomplishments,"
John Wheat, airport executive di-
rector, said.
As it turns out, he was right.
The Airport Authority boasts many
achievements in year two, includ-
ing: Completing sale of old Panama
City Airport; reaching new agree-
ments with current air carriers;
signing new contract with rental car
providers; making general aviation
improvements; restructuring state


infrastructure bank loan; reaching
construction litigation settlement;
initiating master plan process; in-
creasing passengers 7.8 percent;
announcing Southwest Airlines'
new St. Louis service and increas-
ing Houston service; and increasing
frequency of larger jets from Delta
Air Lines.
"Now that the airport has hit
several major benchmarks, we are
ready to take the next step forward
and capitalize on upcoming oppor-
tunities, including master plan de-
velopment, driving economic devel-
opment in Bay County and enhanc-
ing air service," Wheat said.


Local


Washington County News I AS


Arrest REPORT


Gulf Power


names new


president

PENSACOLA Stan Con-
nally, a senior vice presi-
dent at Georgia Power,
will be the company's 16th
president, succeeding
Mark Crosswhite, the com-
pany announced.
Crosswhite was named
executive vice president
and chief operating officer
of Southern Company, Gulf
Power's parent firm.
Connally, who has head-
ed up Georgia Power's fos-
sil and hydro generation
operations since 2010, be-
gan his career with South-
ern Company in 1989 as a
co-op student at Georgia
Power's Plant Yates.
Crosswhite will be re-
sponsible for Southern
Company's generation and
transmission operations,
Southern Power, Southern
Wholesale Energy, engi-
neering and construction
services and research and
environmental activities.
A native of Newnan, Ga.,
Connally graduated in 1993
with a bachelor's degree
in mechanical engineering
from Georgia Institute of
Technology The leadership
transition will become ef-
fective on July 1.


Washington County
arrests May 14-21.
Lee Alford, 37, Panama
City, violation of state
probation on driving under the
influence causing death and
reckless driving
Carolyn Allen, 53, Westville,
failure to appear on three
counts of worthless checks
Tonya Anderson, 33,
Caryville, resist officer in
recovery of stolen property,
petit theft
Elizabeth Auritt, 29,
Chipley, petit theft
Kimberly Carvalho, 23,
failure to appear on battery
Blair Freeman, 24, Vernon,
sex offence-victim 12 years of
age up to 15 years of age
Johnny Hardrick, 24,
Chipley, fraud
James Holley, 29, Chipley,
grand theft, fraud
Shawndra Holley, 32,
Chipley, grand theft, fraud
James Jett, 38, Chipley,
violation of state probation
on possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription
Ray Johnson Jr., 63,
Chipley, battery
Kristen Martin, 18, Chipley,
dealing in stolen property,
burglary
Nicole Merluzzi, 29,
Caryville, petit theft, resist
officer in recovery of stolen
property
Anthony Miles, 19, Chipley,
two counts theft
Justin Miles, 21, Bonifay,
two counts theft
Penny Morris, 45, Chipley,
battery


Student from Ponce de Leon earns SAU scholarship


MAGNOLIA, Ark. An-
thony Tyler Alford of Ponce
de Leon, a senior at Ponce
de Leon High School, has
been selected to receive a
valedictorian/salutatorian
scholarship from Southern


Arkansas University.
This scholarship in-
cludes $2,550 per semester
and has a four-year value of
$20,400.
Anthony Tyler is the son
of Tony and Carol Alford.


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Local


Wednesday, May 30, 2012


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NEWS IN BRIEF
STAFF --fi .T

Ed Johnson. heavy equip-
mwnt ,pkralor. was surprifSd
when he pulled the giant scoop
of earth from the biasemen he
was dieting "What is tha'?" he
thought. "An old whiskey bar-
rel or a wooden box of some
kind' He jumped offhis back-
hoe to iinvesigate. As he ap-
pr,,.~ili.d his mind was racing.
IL: LIL Id se, that the wooden
box was badly dJL .i :.l and full
of M, in01,111h A,- 1 % ,So closer,
lhe crmld make oul a swlrd, ian
old tcanuten and rcmna1nt of an
old military uniform While sift-
ing through ihe box, he found a
bugle. iatered papers and some
mfinlri. badges. t appeared to
be the belongings of a soldier of
some kind. He spent the rest of
the day collecting and examin-
ing the items he had found. He
needed to find out more.
The nest ilkirt'iil, lii,:
stopped by the 10L A I ,L'.I :. ..II-*p
l4.- IL 4LIC i.iIII jhi u ih! L ii he
w.A dLigjin .r., HI. c i4.p]pIe'. .1J
llih riii l pl, Ihi,.. iL Ll crl,
geintmlcmn were swapping sto-
ries as the'y did every morning,
Ed approachd the group and
asked if they were from the
area. 1 h Fi all laughed and said
"Whe's ,-king" Ed explained
that he was building a new
house on a lot he recently pur-
chased and told them where it
was. One gentlemen said, "Oh,
you mean the old Norris place'?
Thai ilaLL n I J.ken,,lih'liC ,I,.%r
5LI %L ir j.'gi Rel n ..ri. cinpII s Il
C'.l 11t31 I'd J .- irilll.ULAl
)11 11. l.11. 1 ie ji..i.l Iim ri Ii '.J
beCn a houF there, Plac
caught fire in the 19t40I was
just a school boy ai the time -
no one was home. but the place
was a uotal loss. The charred
remains sat there for 4 or 5
yeas before it was cleaned up.
I walked past that place twice a
day, five days a week, back and
forth from school. Went all the
way io the lih grade," the fel-
low said with a smile. "Afite
rhail, no One ever rebuilt on ihe
lot, I'lm glad to sC ., '1i1.h'-,Ll
doing .omnc.ihii,. 'dh 1i l.>
down Ind I il1 iL Larry at the
court housi. Il t'n rull Ithe plat
book and tell you all about it."
The old guy was right. Larry
was a wealth of infbrnmaion.
The original farm house was
built by Elsie and Thomas Lil-
tic back in 1845. They moved
oul and sold 1o Elijah Millr in
1893. Then in 1916, the place
was sold to Henry Norris who
tore down dIII cL iisl.. Iwo.
(mvnm 1fa1 r ht inl. in Id bh ll
new hoe That wuac burnedJ
down in 1943.
All of Ihis was great info.
now what aboul the military
items? Ed needed to find out
V\L. 11 ,%hal they were. When
Jd lari-d that the Treasure
Hunters were coming to town,
he thought this would be his
chance to learn more about
the items he had found. The
advertisement had said that
the expers would offer advice
on any uinliqut and collectible
itemsKi anil ,Ih.. would do it lfr
fr .o, ih also Said that they wvuld
Milkk offers to purehaw; items,
He wasn't interested in selling.
bul you never know. 11% if the
price is right. who knows'?
Ed walked into the hotel
where the show was and fbl-
lowed the signs to the meeting
room with great anticipation.
"My heart was actually beat-
ing at twice the normal rate," he
said. "As soon as I walked in I
was wclcoimed to the show and
gi%.n a number. Tihy Naid it
would he aaotl 10 IllntrEis an.
lil they would call my number
While I waited, I looked at all
the unusual antiques n di ,pl.,
There were old toys. m.,in. -il.
ver iea sets and old metal signs.
There was even a sword simi-
lar to mine. My number was
called and it was the moment
I'd been wailing for. I would
finally learn about the items I
had found."
Ed continued, almostt inm-
Mindiarely aitr I sat down,
(it1'. ILho aintiquc guaru i wa as-
'i;gl.0l i assist me said,. 'hy
nI,< i i il War Sword and bu-
glc, Wheire did you get them'?'
I told him my story and he said
the jinlsl most likely buried
the items in honor of the sol-
dier who owned them. and who
most .,k.,l hInLigl in the Civil
War." The soldier's uniform. or
what was lei of it, the sword
and other items would have
been dislributcd by the Union
Army. The items were lhal ,:1"
al infanify soldier and dated at
aiaund I1l3. Bnr uu a bugle
was found, this saidier was
tmust likely ILn company bgle
boy, Man. hsLiler- were young
boys. Alsai. 'hl ]i.Il in rht col-
leclion would have fit a very
small head lhat of a 12 to 14
year old boy.
Greg also explained that
since the uniform. sword and
other items were together, the
soldier most surely survived the
war and returned home. Ed re-
fleeced lhat "learning about the
itelns was acry inrllmcaring and
,Iclhiild w.o n]i rhi_ niip The
entiu ,, fktleitn tw falw t:l at
$.200I, Most of th4 value was
qhe sword and the bugle. I deI
tided to take pictures and sell
the callcclion. i huad a great time
"kania absult it and Ihr~~hil i1
.l..'ulJ be in a Civil ,.Ilr .nihu-
siast's collection. I'nm actually
having a small monument made


in honor of the find and putting
it at the exact location where it
was found."


Treasure Hunters are coming to Chipley


BY DAVID MORGAN and make your best deal. These cent of the sluf that comes into
STAFF WRTER guys pa y cash for just about the show is purchased by Ihese


Go 1 1 ,,1,. If you have a
coffee can full of old coins, an
old guitar or maybe the costumrn
jweilry your aunt gave you.
it's time to bring it out of hid-
ing. This week, Treasure Ilunt-
crs will be in town and want to
see what you have. These Tria-
sure Htunters arena' armed with
a shovel and mrtal deucctor.
rather their weapon of choice is
Iheir expertise and the collec-
1ors they buy for. You seC. tIhese
guys know all about diamonds.
coins, antiques and collcct-
ibles, musical instruments and
anything that's old. They are
asking you to bring your booty


anything that's old. The items
they buy go straight to collec-
tors all over the world. How
much is a 1960 CGibson Les Paul
worth? Well, to some, it might
be worth a couple hundred dol-
lars blu to a isrious collector it
could be worth thousands, even
ten's of thousands. These guys
are buying for these collectors.
They pay more for the hlini,,
their collectors want.
The event is free to attend
and there is no .hbLi.jrin. toi
i.H .m lhirn, If it's information
you want, that won't cost you a
thing. But be prepared. as aitof-
fir to purchase your treasures is
highly likely, Ahbou eighty p)r-


hungry treasure hunters.
According to the Treasure
Hunters I talked to. the wail
time to get your items looked
at is usually a half hour or less.
Once there, your items will be
examined, identified and an of-
for will quickly follow- Then
iu's up to you...do I sell, do I
hold out for more or do I walk?
The whole tiny. sounds like a
lot of fun and might put some
nlIs in your pocket. So dig up
that booty and head down to the
show. You mighl have the Irea.
.r i, ,1 have been looking fort


ABOVE A customer br.:-.ijhl in his fi1rier's coin c:ll.-i ,,.r !h.r- Ai he had
inherited. He wos p'~risor'l surprised ...;'h his cfief and decided to
:.-ll the :.~ll:'Irr He said thai -,e money would go towards a down
urj .rrierti on a house for his family.


WE WANT TO
BUY ANY TYPE
OF GOLD
YOU HAVE
GOLD IS .'.-".T TAT
$1" PEROZ
IT'S TIME TO SELL!


199, Back
was around


Ji, I'm
Archic.
I've been
a Trea-
sure Hunt-
cr since
then, gold
$225 per


oz.-now it's six limes
that. Gold has never been
this high and may never
be again in my lifetime.
Back in the 1980's,
gold and silver soared in
price, but soon fell back
to rock bottom. Well, it's
a seller's market right
now. The poor world
economy and weak dol-
lar have increased prices
to all-linie highs. MN ad-
vice to people is to sell
now at the high side.
M.m% people have
gold in their jewelry box
and don't realize how
valuable it really is. If
you've got old rings,
necklaces, mismatched
earrings or even gold
teeth just sitting in a
dresser drawer, dig ii out
and bring it in. You Ill
be surprised just how
much we can pay you.


Old Coins and


Paper Currency

-', you know Ihat the United Slates started mini
ing coins in 1 7' All coins are worth '.- i,.
old silver dollars, half .-: i :.. quarters and ames
made before 1965 are mostly silver and worth mony
limes their face value. A $.2-. gold coin from he ear-
ly 1900's could be worth $2.000 or more to collect
lors. 0 you hove any older coins or Lc:..:. currency,
please come see us We -v buy one coin or million
.4 I.:11 :.- e':rions


JEFFERSON "WAR"
NICKEL


ROOSEVELT DIME


WASHINGTON QUARTER


KENNEDY HALF


MORGAN DOLLAR


$20 LIBERTY HEAD
DOUBLE EAGLE


PEACE DOLLAR


$20 ST. GAUDENS
DOUBLE EAGLE


BUYING PRE-1934 PAPER CURRENCY







S Hi, ny narre i David I've beer
collecrirng coins since I was o child.
can't .wai 10o :sil wilh you and exaomne
your od coins and poper Currency.
be hofesl oand arr wirh yoU and
po,' you as much as I can fcr your cld
coins I hove purchased r. of do
oars worh of coins from people i over the world


5 DAY BUYING EVENT

MAY 29TH-JUNE 2ND
TUESDAY-FRIDAY 9, A-6&t SATURDAY 9~v,-4pv

QUALITY INN
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L What kind of things are
they looking for?

mI Tony, and I gel asked this
question a lo. I usually soy, ":
it's gold or old, they will prob
ably be interested in it." I know that's a vague
answer, so here's a list ia F.i igh lr t -I *,..j u
thinking:

Gold Jewelry, Costume Jewelry, Dia-
monds, Silver Coins, Silver D:.'11.'r,,
Gold Coins, Old p.FeFr C,.,rrrer, COld
Wheat Pennies, Old P:rc.t Watches,
Toys made before 1970, Wrist Watch-
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Hooked

on

Outdoors

Have you ever seen
fishermen with equipment
that obviously was too
much horsepower for
the fish they were trying
to catch? So many
fishermen do this every
day not knowing how much
pleasure they are depriving
themselves when they do
catch a fish.
The best example I
can think of is when the
Spanish mackerel arrive.
Fishermen go out and
troll with
;. equipment
that could
pull a hog out
of a bog. You
don't need
a 4/0 reel to
catch a 1- or
Outdoor 2-pound fish.
Life To add
Scott Lindsey insult to
captainlindsey@ misery, they
knology.net fish with a
rig that has
up to 10 hooks on it. If you
caught a fish on every hook
you would have your limit
on three tries. When they
do catch a fish, it looks like
a rock being skipped across
the water. The fish look like
a skier being pulled behind
the boat.
What's wrong with
this picture? Well, for
one nobody is enjoying
anything. Not you and not
the fish. It's sort of like
eating an expensive steak
in two bites. Downgrade
tackle, slow down and enjoy
the moment.
Spanish mackerel have
not been netted for many
years and in the interim
have grown to weights no
one has ever seen. A 5- to
7-pound mackerel is not an
oddity anymore. These fish
can be caught with a small
spinning rod or fly rod, and
the fisherman can go home
and tell about the big one
that didn't get away.
Downsize, slow down
and enjoy. Nobody enjoys
smelling motor fumes.
Instead of trolling for
Spanish, find them and cast
to them and turn off that
stinky loud motor.
Believe me, a first-timer
will enjoy the trip much
more if he or she isn't
getting sick smelling motor
fumes, and you will enjoy
catching fish with smaller
tackle. A fish will overpower
you every now and then, but
you can't catch them all.
Go to you favorite
tackle shop and pick out a
medium-weight rod and a
reel that will accommodate
8- to 10-pound test line.
After you get used to this
type of tackle, you will never
go back to those back-
breaking rods that were
designed to fish in deep
water and for much larger
fish.


Scallop season might be

extended by two weeks


FWC

The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission is consider-
ing permanently adding
two weeks to the end of the
recreational season for bay
scallops and is asking the
public to take a survey to
determine interest in this
potential change.
For the past two years,
the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commis-
sion extended the harvest
season for bay scallops
to help relieve economic
hardships experienced by
the communities surround-
ing the scallop harvesting
areas that were affected by


the 2010 oil spill.
In 2011, FWC scientists
determined that the bay
scallop population in the
harvest area has remained
stable even after the ex-
tended seasons. The cur-
rent scallop harvesting sea-
son is July 1-Sept. 10. The
proposed season would be
July 1-Sept. 24. Extending
the season could benefit
small businesses because
September is when fishing
and tourism usually drop
off. Additionally, bay scal-
lops are larger at the end of
the season.
The survey is avail-
able online through June
6 at www.surveymonkey.
com/s/ZGB6R7D.


Apalachicola oyster harvest now inc udes weekends


FWC

Another delicacy becomes more
available beginning Friday, so get
your saltine crackers, Tabasco
sauce and horseradish ready.
Beginning Friday, Apalachicola
oysters can be commercially har-
vested seven days a week through-
out the year. Previously, commer-
cial harvest was not allowed on
Friday and Saturdays from June 1
through Aug. 31 and on Saturdays
and Sundays from Sept. 1 through
Nov. 15.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission ap-
proved this change at its February
2012 meeting.
This increased harvesting op-
portunity comes in response to
public health management chang-
es made by the Florida Department


of A2riculture and Con- i '
summer Services in 2ulu.
These changes significantly
reduced the number of hours
available for harvest each day
during the warmer months of the
year. The seven-day workweek
will allow Apalachicola Bay oyster
harvesters the ability to make up
for time lost harvesting. This ac-


Lion by the FWC was
supported by the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services.
To learn more about the com-
mercial oyster harvest, visit MyF-
WC.com/Fishing and click on "Salt-
water Fishing," "Commercial" and
then "Oyster."


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Sure Shots 4-H Club
of Washington County T
held its annual club
championship to wrap
up the 4-H year. Three I
members qualified :.
to shoot in the
National Invitational
Tournament in Grand
Island, Neb., this
summer. Members
Austen Barfield
Morgan Locke and
Michael Fisher will
represent Florida at
this prestigious event.
SPECIAL TO THE NEWS



Sure Shots hold annual club championship


Special to The News
CHIPLEY Sure Shots 4-H Club
of Washington County held its an-
nual club championship to wrap up
the 4-H year. Members competed
in their age division for skeet and
trap and for overall champion by
compiling their two scores from
each event. Winners were as
follows:
Graduating Seniors Jesse
Kneiss, Josh Johnson, Michael
Fisher and Austen Barfield were
recognized and presented with
custom-made knives.
Refreshments were provided by
Community South Credit Union.
Special thanks to all the parents
for their support during the year.


Very special thank you to The
Friends of the NRA for their con-
tributions to the team's success
this year and to the parents of club
members for their support this
year.
Three members qualified to
shoot in the National Invitational
Tournament in Grand Island, Neb.,
this summer. Members Austen
Barfield, Morgan Locke and Mi-
chael Fisher will represent Flor-
ida at this prestigious event. The
club will have several fundraisers
over the next few weeks to assist
these members with their travel
expenses.
To help with these fundraisers
or to make a contribution, call Ju-
lie Pigott Dillard at 638-6180.


RESULTS
INTERMEDIATE DIVISION, AGES 10-14
Club Championship
Champion: James Wesley Clark
1st place: Colby Williams
2nd place: Whit Pettis
Skeet: 1. Whit Pettis, 2. Colby Wil-
liams, 3. James Wesley Clark
Trap: 1.James Wesley Clark, 2. Tripp
Hodges, 3. Nathan Spencer
SENIOR DIVISION AGES 15-18
Club Championship
Champion: Seth Pemberton
1st place: Austen Barfield
2nd place: Josh Johnson
Trap: 1. Seth Pemberton, 2. Michael
Fisher, 3. Austen Barfield
Skeet: 1. Morgan Locke, 2. Austen
Barfield, 3. Seth Pemberton


Cathrine's PIT STOP


By CATHRINE LAMB
638-0212 @catspitstop
clamb@chipleypaper.com
NASCAR fans, sorry
about my sudden disap-
pearance last week. I was
called to serve jury duty
last Monday and missed the
deadline for Wednesday's
paper. I'm back now, and
boy, what a busy two weeks
it has been in NASCAR.
Let's start out at Dar-
lington. Jimmie Johnson
claimed the win in the Sprint
Cup Series All-Star Race,
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. won
another Nationwide Series
that kept him at the top of
the point standings and Jus-
tin Lofton took home the win
in the Camping World Truck
Series. Also in Darlington,
Kurt Busch seemed to be up
to his same old antics again.
During an altercation with
Ryan Newman's pit crew,
NASCAR said Busch was in
violation of three rules from
the NASCAR rule book: ac-
tion taken detrimental to
stock car racing; reckless
driving on pit road during a
race; and getting involved in
an altercation with another
competitor after the race.
For these violations, Busch
was fined $50,000 and has
been put on probation until
July 25.
Busch was not the only
one put on probation after
the All-Star Race. Ryan
Newman's crew chief, Tony
Gibson, was put on proba-
tion through June 27 for
failing to control his team.
Andrew Rueger, a crew
member for Newman, also
was put on probation for
failing to comply with a di-
rective from a NASCAR of-
ficial and was fined $5,000
for the offense.
To top off the weekend,
Busch's motor home driv-
er Craig Stickler was sus-
pended through the end of
the year and fined $5,000
after interfering with a
member of the Fox broad-
casting team.
Let me know what ac-
tion you think James Finch
should take against Busch
and his antics. I will try my
best to get your comments
to Finch at Phoenix Racing.
Should he forgive Busch
and let him serve his pro-
bation and be done with it,
or should Phoenix Racing
drop him? Let me know.
Now as for this past
weekend's races in Char-
lotte, not very exciting.
Kasey Kahne took home


the win in the Sprint Cup,
and Brad Keselowski had a
Nationwide win.

RESULTS FROM CHARLOTTE
History 300 Nationwide Series
1. Brad Keselowski
2. Denny Hamlin
3. Kyle Busch
4. Kevin Harvick
5. Elliot Sadler
6. Joey Logano
7. James Buescher
8. Justin Allgaier
9. Same Hornish Jr.
10. Joey Coulter

Coca-Cola 600 Sprint Cup
Series
1. Kasey Kahne
2. Denny Hamlin
3. Kyle Busch
4. Greg Biffle
5. Brad Keselowski
6. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
7. Jeff Gordon
8. Kevin Harvick
9. Carl Edwards
10. Matt Kenseth

CURRENT STANDINGS
Nationwide Series
1. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
2. Elliot Sadler -13
3. Austin Dillon -28
4. Sam Honish Jr. -57
5. Cole Whitt -94
6. Justin Allgaier -94
7. Michael Annett -99
8. Mike Bliss -139
9. Danica Patrick- 166
10. Joe Nemecheck -168

Sprint Cup
1. Greg Biffle
2. Matt Kenseth -10
3. Denny Hamlin -16
4. Dale Earnhardt Jr. -18
5. Jimmie Johnson -48
6. Martin Truex Jr. -49
7. Kevin Harvick-55
8. Kyle Busch -62
9. Tony Stewart -65
10. Carl Edwards -81

THIS WEEKEND'S RACES
June 1, 4:08 p.m.,
Lucas Oil 200, Dover
International Speedway,
Camping World Truck
Series. Last year's winner
was Kyle Busch
June 2, 1:15 p.m., ESPN,
5-Hour Energy 300, Dover
International Speedway,
Nationwide Series. Last
year's winner was Carl
Edwards
June 3, 12:15 p.m.,
Fox, FedEx 400 benefiting
Autism Speaks, Dover
International Speedway,
Sprint Cup Series. Last
year's winner was Matt
Kenseth


Holmes County alum named


ICAA's Pitcher of the Year

Special To The News/Times-Advertiser

The Independent Collegiate Athletic Association an-
nounced their annual award winners on, May 9 for the
sport of softball with Mary Elizabeth Pip-
pin being an All-ICAA first-team selection
while also being named Pitcher of the Year.
The ICAA is composed of NCAA Division
II schools that are not in a conference.
Pippin, a 2009 Holmes County High
School alumna, finished 17-11 in the circle
for the Sailfish who as a team were 30-21 for
the season. The Bonifay native was in her ELIZABETH
junior season as a Sailfish at Palm Beach PIPPIN
Atlantic University (an NCAA Division II school) following a
two-year career at Alabama Southern Community College.
She would close out the 2012 season with a 2.10 earned-
run average in 31 appearances (28 starts) while posting 22
complete games and five shutouts in 183 innings pitched.
She also tallied 166 strikeouts with 31 walks during the
season.










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Wednesday, May 30, 2012


Economic and Property Damages Settlement

Providing Money to Individuals and Businesses


If you have economic loss or property damage because
of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, you could get money
from a class action settlement with BP Exploration &
Production Inc. and BP America Production Company
("BP"). Go to DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com for
more information, including information on how to file
a claim.

WHO IS INCLUDED IN THE ECONOMIC &
PROPERTY DAMAGES SETTLEMENT?
The Economic and Property Damages ("E&PD")
Settlement Class includes people, businesses, and
other entities in the states of Louisiana, Alabama
and Mississippi, and certain counties in Texas and
Florida, that were harmed by the oil spill. The website
DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com has detailed
descriptions and maps to help you determine
whether a geographic location may be included
in the E&PD Settlement. Additionally, you
can call 1-866-992-6174 or e-mail questions@
DeepwaterHorizonEconomicSettlement.com to find out
if a geographic location is included.

WHAT DOES THE ECONOMIC & PROPERTY
DAMAGES SETTLEMENT PROVIDE?
The E&PD Settlement makes payments for the
following types of claims: (1) Seafood Compensation,
(2) Economic Damage, (3) Loss of Subsistence,
(4) Vessel Physical Damage, (5) Vessels of Opportunity
Charter Payment, (6) Coastal Real Property Damage,
(7) Wetlands Real Property Damage, and (8) Real
Property Sales Damage. There is no limit on the total
dollar amount of the E&PD Settlement; all qualified
claims will be paid.

How TO GET BENEFITS FROM THE ECONOMIC
& PROPERTY DAMAGES SETTLEMENT
You need to submit a Claim Form to request a payment.
You can get a copy of the various Claim Forms by visiting
the website or by calling 1-866-992-6174. Claims can
be submitted online or by mail. If you have questions
about how to file your claim, you should call the toll-free
number for assistance.


The deadline to submit most E&PD claims will be
April 22, 2014 or six months after the E&PD Settlement
becomes effective (that is, after the Court grants "final
approval" and any appeals are resolved), whichever is
later. There will be an earlier deadline to submit E&PD
Seafood Compensation claims. The earlier deadline to
submit Seafood Compensation claims will be 30 days
after final approval of the Settlement by the United
States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
(regardless of appeals). Actual claim filing deadlines
will be posted on the website as they become available.
Valid claims will be paid as they are approved, beginning
shortly after the Court-Supervised Settlement Program
commences. It is highly recommended that E&PD
Settlement Class Members complete and submit their
claim forms promptly. Please read the Medical Benefits
Settlement notice because you may also be eligible for
benefits from that settlement.

YOUR OTHER OPTIONS
If you do not want to be legally bound by the E&PD
Settlement, you must Opt Out or exclude yourself by
October 1, 2012 or you won't be able to sue BP over
certain economic and property damage claims. If you
stay in the E&PD Settlement, you may object to it by
August 31, 2012. The Detailed Notice explains how to
exclude yourself or object.

The Court will hold a hearing on November 8, 2012 to
consider whether to approve the E&PD Settlement. You
or your own lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the
hearing at your own cost. The Court will also consider
Class Counsel fees, costs, and expenses including an
interim payment of $75 million and additional awards
equal to 6% of class claims and benefits paid. Class
Counsel fees, costs and expenses under the Economic
and Property Damages Settlement Agreement and the
Medical Benefits Settlement Agreement jointly cannot
exceed $600 million. Class members' payments will
not be reduced if the Court approves the payment of
Class Counsel fees, costs, and expenses because BP will
separately pay these attorney fees, costs, and expenses.


Medical Benefits Settlement

Providing Benefits to Clean-Up Workers and Certain Gulf Coast Residents


If you have a medical claim related to the Deepwater
Horizon oil spill, you could get benefits from a class
action settlement with BP Exploration & Production
Inc. and BP America Production Company ("BP").
Go to DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com for more
information, including information on how to file a
claim.


WHO IS INCLUDED IN THE MEDICAL
BENEFITS SETTLEMENT?


The Medical Class includes (1) clean-up workers and
(2) certain people who resided in specific geographic
areas in coastal and wetlands areas along the Gulf
Coast during specific periods in 2010. The website
DeepwaterHorizonSettlements.com has detailed
descriptions and maps to help you determine whether
a geographic location may be included in one of these
zones. Additionally, you can call 1-866-992-6174 or
e-mail info @DeepwaterHorizonMedicalSettlement.
cor to find out if a geographic location is included.

WHAT DOES THE MEDICAL BENEFITS
SETTLEMENT PROVIDE?
The benefits of the Medical Benefits Settlement
include: (1) payments to qualifying people for
certain acute (short-term) and chronic (ongoing)
medical conditions occurring after exposure
to oil or chemical dispersants; (2) provision of
periodic medical examinations to qualifying
people; and (3) creation of a Gulf Region Health
Outreach Program, consisting of projects to
strengthen the healthcare system. Benefits (1) and
(2) will be provided only after the Court grants final
approval and any appeals are resolved.


How TO GET BENEFITS FROM THE
MEDICAL BENEFITS SETTLEMENT


You need to submit a Claim Form to request
benefits. You can get a copy of the Claim Form by
visiting the website or by calling 1-866-992-6174.
Claims can be submitted by mail. If you have


questions about how to file your claim, you should
call the toll-free number for assistance.

The deadline for filing a Claim Form is one year
after the Medical Benefits Settlement becomes
effective (that is, after the Court grants "final
approval" and any appeals are resolved). The exact
date of the claim filing deadline will be posted
on the website. It is highly recommended that
Medical Class Members complete and submit their
claim forms promptly. Please read the Economic
and Property Damages Settlement notice because
you may also be eligible for a payment from that
settlement.


YOUR OTHER OPTIONS


If you do not want to be legally bound by the
Medical Benefits Settlement, you must Opt Out or
exclude yourself by October 1, 2012 or you won't
be able to sue BP over certain medical claims. If
you stay in the Medical Benefits Settlement, you
may object to it by August 31, 2012. The Detailed
Notice explains how to exclude yourself or object.

The Court will hold a hearing on
November 8, 2012 to consider whether to approve
the Medical Benefits Settlement. You or your own
lawyer may ask to appear and speak at the hearing
at your own cost. Class Counsel will ask the Court
to consider an award of fees, costs, and expenses
of 6% of the value of the benefits actually provided
under the Medical Benefits Settlement Agreement.
Class Counsel fees, costs, and expenses under
the Medical Benefits Settlement Agreement and
the Economic and Property Damages Settlement
Agreement jointly cannot exceed $600 million.
Class members' payments will not be reduced if the
Court approves the payment of Class Counsel fees,
costs, and expenses because BP will separately pay
these attorney fees, costs, and expenses.


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Team manager and senior Jake
Hayes received a special award
from Coach Brad Hall for his years of
service to the program.





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Josh Croxton and Savannah
Ryken were named 2012 Athletes
of the Year at the PSHS athletic
banquet.


IC


Brandon Carley was awarded the
Durwood Corbitt Award by Vernon
High School coach Travis Miller, the
grandson of Durwood Corbitt.


PHOTOS BY RANDAL SEYLER I The News
Dan Wells and Kelli Mclntosh were named
Mr. and Miss Atomic at the May 22
athletic banquet in Poplar Springs.


ATHLETES


Poplar Springs honors high school athletes


By RANDAL SEYLER
638-02121 @WCN_HCT
rseyler@chipleypaper.com
POPLAR SPRINGS A capacity
crowd filled the Poplar Springs
High School cafeteria on May 22 to
honor 2012 Atomic athletes.
Great food, a lot of friendly
people and of course numerous
awards made for a pleasant
evening.
Seniors Dan Wells and Brandi
Brooks were named Jack Davis
Memorial Award Outstanding
Athletes of the Year to cap off the
evening of presentations. The
Jack Davis Memorial Award is


given each year by the Holmes
County Times-Advertiser to honor
an outstanding male and female
athlete from each school in Holmes
County.
Wells also was named Mr.
Atomic for 2012, while Kelli
McIntosh was named Miss Atomic.
"He epitomizes a great leader,"
coach Eric Smith said of Wells, who
was the baseball team captain. "He
will do anything he has to do to get
the job done. Wells was also named
the baseball squad's Defensive
Player of the Year.
Josh Croxton and Savannah
Ryken were named 2012 Athletes
of the Year, and Brandon Carley


was awarded the Durwood Corbitt
Award by Vernon High School
coach Travis Miller, the grandson
of Durwood Corbitt.
"I want to thanks the
parents and grandparents,"
said cheerleader sponsor Jana
Singletary. "It takes everyone to
help us out and get the girls to all
the practices. We have girls who
not only cheer, but also play ball. It
keeps them very busy."
Singletary said it was the
parental support as well as the
faculty support that makes Poplar
Springs High School such a
See ATHLETES B7


Seniors Brandi
Brooks and Dan
Wells were the
recipients of the
Jack Davis Memorial
Award Outstanding
Athlete of the
Year. The award is
presented annually
by the Holmes
County Times-
Advertiser to an
outstanding male
and female athlete
as chosen by the
school faculty.


Varsity cheerleaders recognized included, from left, Hadley Battles, Makayla
Campbell, Kelli Mclntosh, Taylor Osborn, Jenna Singletary, Anna Smith, Lindsey
Sutton, Avery Taylor, Brianna Tew, Deanna Wells and Erica Wilsie. Not pictured
are Kallie Rodriguez and Kayleen Rodriguez.








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Junior varsity cheerleaders honored at the Poplar Springs High School 2012
Athletic Banquet on May 22 included, from left, Brooke Mclntosh, Lacey
Shehee, Ashlyn Golden, Molly Ladley, Alexus Hall, Brianna Webb, Brittany
Webb, Miranda strickland, LeAnna Bell, Haley Stout, Ainsley Novonglosky and
Veronica Vickers.


Varsity baseball players include, from left, Dan Wells, Ridge Tate, Brent Watson, Cody Knight and Easton Hinson. At right, varsity baseball players also include,
from left, Chris Sanders, Tim Harrington, Blake Joiner, Saylor Novonglosky, Kody Pelham and Tanner Smith.


INDEX
Society................................. B2
Faith .................................... B4
Obituaries ............................ B5
Classifieds ............................ B7






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Things to do in
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Surrounding Counties
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Smith Family Reunion
The Smith Family Reunion will
be at 11 a.m. Sunday at Pine Hill
Church. The reunion will begin
after services. Bring your favorite
covered dish. For more information
call Ben Smith at 547-2532.

Chesnut Hill
Art Studio exhibit
CHIPLEY The annual exhibit by
Chesnut Hill Art Studio students
opened at the Washington County
Library in Chipley and will run
through Friday, June 1.
These young artists are enrolled
at Kate M. Smith Elementary


School, Roulhac Middle School
and Chipley High School. There
are also three home-schooled
students from Graceville.
Their work is done in a variety
of mediums such as pencil,
watercolor, charcoal and acrylic.
The students and the
art instructor, Winona
VanLandingham, would like to
invite everyone to come by the
library and view their work.

Jesse and David
Memorial Scramble
SUNNY HILLS The Jesse and
David Memorial Scramble will be
Saturday, June 2, at the Sunny


Hills Country Club. Registration
will be 7:30-8:10 a.m. with a
shotgun start at 8:15 a.m. The
cost will be $50 per player or
$150 per team of three. Breakfast
and lunch will be included. Hole
sponsorships are $100 each. All
proceeds will go to the New Roof
Project at Washington Primitive
Baptist Church at Hard Labor
Creek. For more information, call
John Whittington at 557-0006,
Kenny Mitchell at 373-6177 or
Jerry Tyre at 638-4409.

Catalpa Festival
2012 slated
WESTVILLE The 2012 Catalpa


Festival 2012 will be at 2 p.m.
June 9.
There will be a meal consisting
of chicken or fish, hushpuppies
or bread, coleslaw, potato salad,
baked beans, cake and a drink for
a $6 donation, and there will be a
silent cake auction. Candidates will
be provided 3 minutes to speak
about their qualifications and
plans.
All funds raised will be
divided between New Hope's
Neighborhood Watch, EMS and
Volunteer Fire Department.
If you can donate a cake,
please call Pat Galloway at
956-5120 or Emily Wilkerson at
956-4756.


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Tish Shugars (Kids World of Chipley, Inc.), Donna
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deal with daily behavioral issues they face in child care.
Ginny will be the keynote speaker at Gulf Coast State
College in Panama City on June 16. This conference
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Prevention of fleas important year-round for your pet


One of the worst things
about this time of year is
the increase of fleas on
pets, outside, and, possi-
bly, in homes. Adult fleas
cause the most problems
for pets. In order to become
adult fleas, the blood-suck-
ing creatures need warm
weather, between 70 and
80 degrees Fahrenheit, and
about 70 to 80 percent hu-
midity, said Dr. Alison Die-
sel, lecturer in dermatology
at Texas A&M University
College of Veterinary Medi-
cine & Biomedical Sciences
(CVM).
"Those ideal conditions
are exactly what we are ex-
periencing during this time
of the year, which is why we
generally see more fleas
coming out in the spring,"
Diesel said.
She added that fleas can
be present year-round in
Texas because there is not
usually a "true winter."
Fleas can cause various
problems for pets. Some
animals, for example, are
allergic to an allergen in the
flea saliva causing the ani-
mal to have an allergic reac-
tion. This causes the animal
to scratch, which could lead
to a secondary bacterial skin


infection. If there is a large
flea problem, anemia could
be a potential problem, es-
pecially among small ani-
mals that do not have large
amounts of blood. Fleas can
also carry diseases such as
tapeworms or Bartonella,
and infect both pets and
humans.
Amanda Friedeck, a vet-
erinary technician at the
CVM, said there is no way
to completely prevent fleas,
but a key factor to control-
ling fleas is breaking the
life cycle.
"The best way to control
fleas is to break the cycle.
More fleas lay more eggs.
... The best treatment ei-
ther kills the adults or kills
one of the juvenile stages,"
Friedeck said.
Diesel said the flea life
cycle has four phases: the
adult fleas lay eggs, the
eggs hatch into larvae, the
larvae turns into pupae,
which, eventually, turn into
adults.
"Ideally, targeting sev-
eral phases of the flea life-
cycle is best, particularly
when dealing with an infes-
tation. The easiest stage to
target is the adult flea since
these lives on the pet. The


other stages (eggs, larvae,
pupae) are present in the
environment," Diesel said.
Both Diesel and Frie-
deck said the best way to
determine treatment of an
animal's flea problem is to
take them to a veterinarian
to discuss the best options
and medications.
"Your pet's veterinarian
can help recommend the
most appropriate product
to help prevent fleas based
on other factors (e.g. other
skin conditions, food aller-
gies, etc.) as well as discuss
the appropriate way to ad-
minister the product (e.g.
orally or topically)," Diesel
said.
Diesel suggested using
a flea prevention that lasts
the entire month and is still
effective if the pet gets wet.
"Using flea prevention
every 30 days, or more
frequently in some situa-
tions, can provide the best
protection from fleas biting
your pet, can kill adult fleas
rapidly, and can prevent a
flea infestation from being
established in your pet's
environment," Diesel said.
Diesel and Friedeck
agreed that it is important
to minimize an animal's


exposure to fleas by avoid-
ing infested areas and pets
coming in contact with ani-
mals that have fleas such
as wild animals.
"There are some things
which can be done to mini-
mize exposure to fleas:
avoid known infested ar-
eas, do not allow your pet
to come into contact with
wild animals or burrows,
and protect areas of the
house where wild animals
may enter to minimize wild
animals from establish-
ing residency in the first
place," Diesel said.
If fleas become a prob-
lem inside the house, Die-
sel and Friedeck suggested
vacuuming once a week.
"Vacuuming is a very
good way to rid of fleas
in the house, but the bag
must be thrown away and
removed from the house,"
Friedeck said.
She added that if there is
a large flea presence, there
are in-house treatments
and exterminators.
"There are some in-
house treatments and
bombs, but they should
only be used in heavily
burdened environments,"
Friedeck said.


Cemetery looks to raise funds, awareness


By CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY According to Bonifay
City Council member Roger Brooks,
the project of renovating the entrance
and main tower for the Bonifay City
Cemetery was over a year in the mak-
ing and was financially realized at the
beginning of this year.
"It took four to five months to com-
plete," said Brooks. "We were very for-
tunate to receive so many donations
from the community. We couldn't have
done it without them."
Brooks explained that it was the
Bonifay Cemetery Committee who
raised the funds.
"The Bonifay Cemetery Committee
is appointed by the mayor and council
members, has about 10 members and
has been around for over 50 years,"
said Brooks. "The committee has been
very active in keeping the cemetery
maintained. They have done very well
and have made many improvements."
Brooks said that with most of the
labor and construction they tried to
remain with local people.
"We've got a plaque out here in
memory of Mrs. Mary Padgett, who
was one of the founding members of
the Cemetery Committee," said com-
mittee member Wilhelmina Parish
Belcer. "I think it's a great addition for
those families that have family buried
here."


By Cecilia Spears
Bonifay Cemetery Committee members Edna McDonald, Susan Pitman,
Joan Manuel Steverson, Wilhelmina Parish Belcer, James Sellers and
city representative Roger Brooks.


Brooks wished to thank all those
who contributed to the cause.
"Not a single penny came from
the city, so I can say if it weren't for
those generous donations this proj-
ect wouldn't have been possible," said
Brooks. "The person who gave $5 is
just as important as the one who gave
thousands. Thank you for all your
donations."


Brooks said that the reason the
Cemetery Committee is able to con-
tinue with regular maintenance and
beautification of the cemetery is main-
ly in part to donations.
Anyone interested in making a do-
nation to Bonifay Cemetery Commit-
tee may send it to Bonifay Cemetery
Committee, PO. Box 657, Bonifay, FL
32425.


RELAY FOR LIFE WRAP-UP PARTY

Holmes County Relay for Life Wrap-Up Party
celebrated raising $31,197.85, double last
year's amount. The trophies that were given out
were Top Fundraising Team: Red Hill United
Methodist Church; Best Campsite: Friends &
Family of the Kennedys; and Spirit of Relay:
Holmes EMS. "We're all ready to prepare for
next year," Locke said. "We need you to help
us go above and beyond for 2013." There will
be a Committee Rally at 5:30 p.m. on June 12 .
at the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce ,"t,
Log Cabin for anyone who would like to help
out with planning our 2013 Relay for Life. r

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Diesel suggested focus-
ing on places where the
pets spends most of their
time inside the house when
bombing because that will
contain the most concen-
trated area of fleas.
"Don't forget under beds
and furniture, behind cur-
tains, and along hallways
connecting rooms when
treating the house for fleas.
Again, it may be best to
contact a professional ex-
terminator when there is a
large flea burden present,"
she said.
In addition to treat-
ing animals and inside of
homes, it may be neces-
sary to treat the outside
environment. This can be
done by spraying areas of
the yard that are high in
flea population.
"This includes shaded
areas, under trees and
bushes, in dog houses, un-
der porches and decks. As


CLUES ACROSS
1. One point E of due S
4. Picture border
7. IIaving negative qualities
10. Inner surface of the hand
12. Spanish appetizers
14. Large burrowing rodent of
S and C Am.
15. A profane state
16. Sharp narrow mountain
ridge
17. Cain and
18. Tranquil, calm
20. Removes writing
22. A Mississippi tributary
23. Exactly suitable
24. Extended blockade
26. Encomium
29. Dreaming eye movement
30. Principle vein
35. Japanese apricot

CLUES DOWN
1. Seaport (abbr.)
2. Bleats
3. Czech & German River
4. Female horse
5. Large tailless primate
6. Modern London gallery
7. Baseball's Ruth
8. Breezes through
9. Decaliter
11. Genus uria
12. Built for two
13. Mcxican men's shawl
14. Pale & soft m color
19. Records the brain's electric
currents
21. Three banded armadillo
24. Plant germ
25. Relating to imidcs
27. Main artery
28. City in north-central
Zambia


with indoor control, when
the burden is high, a pro-
fessional exterminator may
be the most help," Diesel
said.
Diesel said the best
strategy against fleas is to
practice year-round pre-
vention by treating all pets
with flea medicine as well
as treating inside and out-
side the home if an infesta-
tion is suspected.
"It is much easier to
prevent fleas than to treat
fleas," she said.

About pet talk
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the Web at http://vet-
med.tamu.edu/pet-talk.
Suggestions for future
topics may be directed to
cvmtoday@cvm.tamu.edu.


36. Speedwagon: band
37. Fish eggs
38. Ethiopian capital
43. Considerate care
44. Units of loudness
45. Yemen capital
48. Body fluid circulation tube
49. Actress Lupino
50. Gets up
53. Moved contrary to the cur
rent
56. Stretched tight
57. Dark brownish black
59. Syrian goat hair fabrics
61. One of the Great Lakes
62. Gull-like jaegers
63. Taps gently
64. Hamilton's bill
65. One point N of due E
66. No (Scottish)


29. Royal Military Academy
31. Shape of a sphere
32. Earl Grey or Orange Pekoe
33. Fireplace shelf
34. Old world, new
39. Request attendance
40. Oceans
41. Determine the court costs of
42. Digressions
46. Form a sum
47. Greek river nymphs
50. Swiss river
51. Laying waste
52. Japanese rice beer
53. Ardor
54. Israel's 1st UN delegate
55. Aba Honeymoon
56. Vietnamese offensive
58. Slang term for man or boy
60. Point midway between S
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I used to believe in Leprechauns


By Rev. James L. Snyder


I must make a
confession. It has taken
me a long time to get to the
place where I am willing
and comfortable to make
such an admission. I think
some of my friends will be
shocked at what I have to
say. I think it is time I come
clean and confess. Sort of,
clean the air, so to speak
Simply put, I used to
believe in leprechauns. I
know that comes as a shock
to all of my friends. At a
distance, I look like a very
reasonable, well-adjusted
person. And the further
away the better I look. The
same thing goes with my
distant relatives. The more
distant they are the more I
like them.
Nobody would suspect
that I had such a problem.
You cannot tell what
burdens people are
carrying just by looking at
them.
It all came to me by way
of reading books. When I
was a young person, I read
many books that had to do
with leprechauns, rainbows
and pots full of gold at the
end of those rainbows. I was
young and naive at the time
and believed everything I
read.
Once while my father
was sleeping on the couch
I ask him if he believed
in leprechauns and he
grunted in such a way that
I took it to mean that he
also believed in them. If you
cannot trust your father
while he is sleeping, who in
the world can you trust?
Many a day I spent in
the woods at the end of


our property looking for
leprechauns. I can testify
that they are rather elusive
creatures but several times,
I almost caught one. They
always were just a few
seconds quicker than I was.
I looked where I thought
they were but they were
nowhere to be found.
Do not get me wrong
here. I was never frustrated
in my fruitless search of
leprechauns. There is no
better way to spend a day in
the woods than searching
for the elusive leprechaun. I
began to think what I would
do if I actually caught one.
Then what would I do in the
woods? It is always better
to seek and not find than to
find something and have to
quit the seeking.
I think it is something
like fishermen. Few
fishermen really fish for
fish. They fish so they can
go home and brag about
the one that got away. It is
hard to brag about the fish
you caught and then there
is the messy job of cleaning
those fish. No, it is better to
have fished and not caught
anything to have fished
and caught something that
you have to take home and
clean.
Such was my thoughts
concerning my leprechaun
pursuit.
Many an evening I
entertained my parents
with the exciting exploits
of searching and almost
catching a leprechaun
today. I am sure they got
tired of hearing, but I never
tired of telling.
Then the time came
when I really had to face the
facts. After almost a decade


Imagining the Past

Have you ever wondered what it would have
been like to live in Biblical times? While it is
tempting to believe that merely reading the Bible
can transport us back to the ancient civilizations
of the near East, that is surely naive. Understand-
ing distant civilizations requires much more than
understanding what those civilizations lacked
(e.g., cars, electricity, modern plumbing, etc.).


It also requires
that we have a
positive under-
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language and
culture, includ-
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of rituals and
manners which
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immerse yourself in the culture. Besides simply
reading the Bible, we should engage in histori-
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maybe even attempt to learn some Hebrew or
Greek. This would be an ambitious undertaking,
but one which would truly allow us to see with
new eyes.

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of diligently searching
for leprechauns, I had to
conclude that they were
simply a figment of my
imagination. And you know
what happens to figs if you
keep them around for a long
time. I had to realize there
were no such creatures as
leprechauns.
I must confess that it
was a rather sad day for
me. It was the beginning of
many sad days like this.
For instance, the day
I realized Santa Claus
was not real. Every year
I diligently prepared my
Christmas list starting out
with, "Dear Ole Santa,"
and dictated my list of
Christmas hopefuls. Often
I would sit on his lap and
carefully read my list to
him. The last time I did this
my wife made me get off his
lap. Something about being
too big or something like
that.
To my recollection, he
never made good on any
of those requests. Jolly old
soul? Phooey!
Then there was the
Easter Bunny. This had me
for quite a while. After all,
I love the chocolate Easter
bunnies he brought me
along with the rest of the
candy. Unlike Santa Claus,
the Easter Bunny was very
generous in dousing me
with candy galore. I truly
hated putting the Easter
Bunny away.
Probably the last one I
will mention would be when
a politician says, "I feel your
pain." At first, I thought this
was a genuine concern for
my state of affairs. When
I found out he was just
playing me in his political
theater I wanted him to feel
some more of my pain.
Pondering this I begin
to realize that many things
that I have believed in
turned out not to be true.
It is quite disconcerting
when something you have
believed in for a long time
turns out to be phony. While
I am confessing here, I
must confess that only one
thing has turned out not to
be disappointing. That one
thing has been the Bible.
It has been the only thing
that has not let me down in
life. I take great comfort in
Psalms 119:105, "Thy word
is a lamp unto my feet, and
a light unto my path."
Many things disappoint
me and I have given them
up. I start each day with the
only thing that will never let
me down, that is the Word
of God. I believe the Bible.
The Rev. James L.
Snyder is pastor of the
Family of God Fellowship,
PO Box 831313, Ocala,
FL 34483. He lives with
his wife, Martha, in Silver
Springs Shores. Call him
at 352-687-4240 or e-mail
jamessnyder2@att.net. The
church web site is www.
whatafellowship.com.


Charity can be given in




many different ways


Most religions place a high
emphasis upon charity, as do
many secular organizations.
Even when people have
differences of opinion on other
points, they'll generally agree
that helping others, both globally
and locally, is a good idea.
Naturally, people have SHA
different motivations for SE
practicing acts of charity. Faithful
Sometimes, they're interested in
raising awareness about circumstances
that affect themselves or a loved one.
For instance, I know someone whose
child suffers from a certain disease,
and as a result, became active with
an organization dedicated to fighting
that illness. Others might respond to
stories of disasters, both at home and
abroad. Even people who don't usually
make regular charitable contributions
will often donate after hearing news of
events such as the earthquakes in Haiti,
tornadoes and hurricanes in the U.S.,
and tsunamis in Asia. And then there
are some people who like to "do good
while looking good."
It may seem superficial to raise
money for charity while simultaneously
promoting your own self-interests, but
some people do just that. It's nothing
new. In the Bible, Jesus mentions
people who use almsgiving as a means
of drawing attention to themselves. He
notes in Matthew 6:2 that in doing so,
they've already received their reward.
For them, satisfying their own vanity is
the primary goal. Even at that, it doesn't
mean that their charity is worthless.
When I was young, I knew a woman who
was quite open about wanting to give to
a certain charity because she hoped to
get her name engraved on a big, shiny
plaque. Someone made a remark behind
her back about how awful and shallow
she was, but someone from the charity
remarked, "Who cares why she's giving?
We're just happy that she's giving at
all." And it's true. Motives are between
you and your conscience. If you're
giving because you want your name
up in lights, there are better reasons
to give, but your contribution can be
used for good, nonetheless. A homeless
person eating the food that your money
purchased isn't going to care what
prompted you to make that donation.
Regardless of why you're giving, the
important thing is that you're doing it.
Eventually, a person might be able to
work out his or her ego issues and find
a more selfless motive for charity, but
in the meantime, if getting a building
named after you is what it takes to get
you to pry your wallet open, so be it.
In my many years of interviewing
practitioners of different religions,
I've only encountered one group that
was flatly against charity. It was an
independent Christian church that felt
charity was useless because of John
12:8, in which Jesus says, "the poor
you will always have with you." They
interpreted it to mean that since the
poor were always intended to be part
of the human population, giving them
charity is not only senseless, but a
direct violation of God's will. However,
almost every other group I've dealt
with engages in some kind of charitable
action. Even religious groups that are
too small to make much of an impact


N


by themselves will often band
together with larger groups to
help the disadvantaged.
Charity can be found in small
gestures as well as large ones.
You don't have to provide meals
for a thousand people at once
or pay for an entire wing of a
INON hospital. Nobody's expecting you
LER to single-handedly cure cancer
y Yours or restore sight to the blind.
Even if you qualify as a recipient
of charity yourself, you can still help
others.
Acts of kindness are encouragement
are free.
I feel that reassurance and support
qualify as acts of charity. There are
times when a kind word can be worth
more than gold. There are people who've
approached me in moments of sorrow,
frustration or despair who changed my
life. They didn't give me money. They
gave me hope. Think of how many times
a day a small child hears the word "no".
Maybe you can be the first person of
the day to smile kindly and say "yes".
Do you know someone who's struggling
to learn a new skill? You don't have to
be a professor to help. Teaching others
can be quite rewarding. You can take
groceries to a housebound person, or
make sure that a senior who's living
alone is getting enough to eat. Justice
is an act of charity, too. It's important to
stand up for what is right, even if other
people ridicule you for it. Show your
concern for others by refusing to idly
stand by while they're being bullied or
harassed.
If nothing else, simply be more
encouraging than discouraging.
Sometimes, people describe their
spirituality by using terms that involve
light. They saw the light, are walking
in the light, or are trying to become
enlightened. It's a fitting image. As
the old saying goes, "A single candle
can illuminate an entire room." It's
important to make life better in both the
spiritual and physical realms. That's
why it's crucial to bring light to others
on a regular basis. When you see the
darkness of injustice, ignorance, fear,
discrimination, poverty or unkindness,
your light, even if small, may be
sufficiently bright for others to find their
way to a better life. The children's song,
"This Little Light of Mine" has more
meaning than most people realize.
We honor God's creations by loving
them. Anyone who routinely belittles
others, crushes the wills of children,
denies help to the elderly, mistreats
their employees or co-workers, engages
in domestic abuse, practices bigotry or
otherwise slams the door in the faces
of their fellow humans, is not honoring
God. Such a person is essentially saying
that God's creations are garbage, and
hence, not deserving of love. Anyone
who claims to care about God will
practice charity toward the beings that
he's made.
If God's creations are worth his time
and effort, how can they not be worth a
few moments of ours, as well?

Shannon Seyler is a freelance
writer and owner/publisher of the Web
site www.obitcity.com. Her column
regularly appears in the Weekend
edition of the Washington County News.


Faith BRIEFS


Gospel Sing with Big Mo
BONIFAY -Oak Grove
Pentecostal Ministries will be holding
a gospel sing featuring Big Mo at 7
p.m., June 1. The church is located
four miles south of the Merle Wallace
Purvis Center or two miles north of
State Highway 2 on State Highway
179. For more information, call 956-
4339 or 956-2322.

Youth revival slated
CHIPLEY The Church of God
of Prophecy will be holding a "Break
Free Youth" Revival at 7 p.m. on June
1 and 2. The guest speaker will be
Sister Marie Cook.

Leonia Baptist Church plans
homecoming services
Leonia Baptist Church will hold
Homecoming Services beginning at
10:30 a.m. on June 3. The church will
be celebrating 123 years. There will
be no Sunday School. Brother Uvonne


will be bringing the message, and The
Staffords will bring special music.

Victory Tabernacle to hold
Bluegrass Gospel Sing
HARTFORD, Ala. -Victory
Tabernacle Church of Hartford, Ala.,
will be hosting a Bluegrass Gospel
Sing starting at 6 p.m. on June 2.
Special guests will be The Jenkins
Family and Straight and Narrow. For
more information or directions to the
church call 334-588-2838.


at chipleylstpres.org. For more
information or questions email
the Art Camp Director at wvanl@
bellsouth.net.

Atlantic Children's Chorale to
perform at St. Luke's
MARIANNA St. Luke's
Episcopal Church will welcome the
Atlantic Children's Chorale TWENTY
VOICES from Vero Beach as part of
their Fine Arts Series at 6 p.m. on
June 17. For more information call
482-2431.


nOOd's Power" Art Da Cam
y r01CIV Tabernacle to hold


The Chipley First Presbyterian
Church is proud to announce "God's
Power" an Art Day Camp "Bible
School 2012". The Day Camp will
run from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Aug.
6-10. Enrollment is limited to 20
students in grades 3-8. Students
must pre-register on or before
July 15. Registration forms are
available in the church office and


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ladies revival conference
HARTFORD, Ala. Victory
Tabernacle Church of Hartford, Ala.,
will hold a Ladies Revival Conference,
at 7 p.m. nightly from June 21-23. The
special guest speaker will be Sister
Crissy Baxley from Noma Assembly
of God. For more information or
directions, call 334-588-2838.


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Obituaries


Amos A. Keown


Paul Daniels


Gerald T. Mancill


Amos A. Keown, age 88
of Vernon, passed away May
19, 2012, at his residence.
Survived by his beloved
family. He lived here for the
past 22 years coming from
Battle Creek, Mich., where
he worked for the VA. Hos-
pital. After retiring, Amos
loved the outdoors working
with mules, beagles and
hunting. He was born Nov.
26, 1923, in Missouri to the
late Joseph and Cordelia
(Fisher) Keown. Amos was
of the Protestant faith and
a member of the Church of
God of Prophecy in Bonifay.
Anyone who knew Amos will
miss him dearly.
He is predeceased by
his loving wife, Jessie Myrl
Keown.
He loved his two sons,
Gary Keown of Ft. Walton,
and Allen Keown of Vernon.
He was a proud grandfather


Brooklyn Rose Odom,
infant daughter of Allen
and Stacy Odom of Bonifay,
passed away Wednesday,
May 23, 2012, in the
Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan.
Survivors include two
brothers, Nicholas Robert-
son of Brunswick, Ga., and
Jorden Odom of Bonifay;
one sister, Shelby Robert-
son of Bonifay; paternal
grandparents, Shelby Odom
and late Dearl Odom of
Chipley; maternal grand-
parents, Clay and Susan
Corwin of Brunswick, Ga.;
paternal great grandpar-
ents, Dorothy Nicholas
and late Tommy Nicholas
of Chipley; maternal great


Mrs. Mildred Petty of
Westville, Sweet Gum Head
Community passed away
May 22,2012. She was 85.
Mrs. Petty was born April
29,1927, in Holmes County
to the late Willie E and
Gypsie Stafford Smith. She
was very loving and devot-
ed to her family. She loved
to talk to people and never
met a stranger. Mrs. Petty
retired from Clinton Mills
after 53 years of service.
In addition to her par-
ents, her husband, James
"Jim" Monroe Petty, three
brothers, and one sister
preceded her in death.
Survivors include two
daughters, Linda P Hughes
(Steve) of Geneva and Tere-
sa Free (Mike) of Westville;
two sons, James Jerry Pet-
ty (Ann) and William Larry
Petty (Terry) both of West-
ville; brother, Wilford Smith


of Allen Keown of Battle
Creek, Mich., and Michelle
Cook of Vernon. Amos was
not only a great husband
and father and grandfather,
he adored his five great-
grandchildren,
Benjamin, Brittany, Abigale,
Allision and Anna. Amos
also adored his many
nieces and nephews in both
Michigan and Arkansas.
The family received
friends Monday, May 21,
2012, from 6-8 p.m. at Brown
Funeral Home, Main Street
Chapel. Funeral services
were held May 22, 2012,
at 10 a.m. in the chapel of
Brown Funeral Home, Main
Street, with the Rev Billy
Tinsley officiating. Burial
followed in the Keown Cem-
etery on Sylvania Road.
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.


grandparents, late Julius
and Theo Corwin of Bruns-
wick, Ga., and late Redick
and Shirleen Thornton of
Waynesville, Ga.; many
aunts, uncles, nieces, neph-
ews and cousins.
The family received
friends Saturday evening,
May 26, 2012, from 6-8 p.m.
at Brown Funeral Home,
Brickyard Road Chapel.
Funeral services were held
Sunday, May 27, 2012, at
2 p.m. at Brown Flneral
Home, Brickyard road cha-
pel with the Rev Ben Hull
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in Glenwood Cem-
etery. Friends and family
may sign the online register
at www.brownfh.net.


(Ruth) of Westville; eight
grandchildren; seven great
grandchildren and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held at 10 a.m., Friday, May
25, 2012, in the chapel of
Sorrells Funeral Home in
Geneva with the Minister
Harry O. Adkison officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
Sunset Memorial Gardens
with Sorrells Flneral Home
of Geneva directing. The
family received friends at
the funeral home Thursday,
May 24,2012, from 6-8 p.m.
Flowers will be accepted or
contributions may be made
to the American Cancer
Society. Sorrells Funeral
Home of Geneva, 334-684-
9999, is in charge of ar-
rangements. Express your
condolences in our guest
book at www.sorrellsfuner-
alhomes.com.


Paul Daniels, 86 of
Chipley departed this life
on May 22, 2012, at his
residence. Paul was born
March 21, 1926, in Ozark,
Ala., to Vanny Taylor and
Greer Lee Daniels. He
retired from the Interna-
tional Union of Operating
Engineers and served in
the United States Army.
He moved to Chipley in
1986 coming from Jackson
County. He was baptized
in 1958 as one of Jehovah's
Witnesses. He also at-
tended the Kingdom Hall
of Jehovah's Witnesses
in Chipley. Paul loved his
family, his animals; espe-
cially his dog Blue and will
truly be missed.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
daughter Staria Lecil
"Star" Daniels; three
brothers, Buck, Robert
and Mutt Daniels, and sis-
ter Mavis Shatney.
He is survived by his
loving wife of 61 years,
Barbara White Daniels
of Chipley; son, Michael
Daniels of Chipley; daugh-
ter, Talitha Maureen
Douglas of Cypress; sister,
Sue Fleetwood of Valdo-
sta, Ga.; three grandchil-
dren, Tiffany Worthington
of Geneva, Ala., Madison


Betty Majorie Bruner,
78, of Chipley, died May 11,
2012.


Hollie Fowler, 80, of
Graceville, passed away
Thursday, May 24, 2012, at
his residence following an
extended illness. Mr. Hol-
lie was born in Graceville
on Nov. 21, 1931, to the
late Harvey and Zula
Sloan Fowler. He retired
from Sunland Training
Center and he was a
member of the Graceville
First Assembly of God
Church.
Preceded in death by
two infant daughters, one
son Steven, grandson
Rob, and brother Horace.
Survived by his beloved
wife of 29 years Patricia
"Pat" Fowler; three sons,
Michael Fowler, Gracev-
ille, Tim Fowler (Kim),
Branson, Mo., Jason
Jones (April), Alford; one
daughter, Jennifer Le,
Graceville; two brothers,
William Fowler (Carolyn),
Dothan, Major Fowler
(Deborah), Graceville;
three sisters, Doris John-


Douglas of Cypress
and Montanna Jones
of Cypress; two great
grandchildren, Karson
and Aubrey Worthington
of Geneva, Ala.; sister-
in-law, Maureen Utter of
Greenwood; nieces and
nephews, Lisa Ivey (Mark)
of Panama City, Tina
Rickards of Panama City,
Ralph W White (Stepha-
nie) of Jacksonville, Erik
Utter of Greenwood, Hans
Utter of Denver, Co., Jerry
Daniels (Rosemary) of
Winter Haven, Carolyn,
Betty Jean, Marilyn Ann
and Kathy of the Robert
Daniels family, and special
lifetime friends, Faye Rob-
inson and Lynn Spooner
of Wilmington, NC, Naomi
Wilhelm and Jean Kjoni-
ksen of Chipley.
Funeral services were
held at 11 a.m. Saturday,
May 26, 2012 at the King-
dom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses in Chipley with
Bro. Bernard Brothers
officiating. Burial followed
in Possum Trot cemetery
in Jackson County with
Obert Funeral Home of
Chipley directing. Fam-
ily received friends one
hour prior to the service
at the Kingdom Hall of
Jehovah's Witnesses.


Graveside services
were held at Salem United
Methodist Church.


son, Graceville, Margie
Clark (Buddy), Marianna,
Mildred Miller (Leon),
Dothan; seven grandchil-
dren, Tina Woodly (Keith),
Dallas Sollie, Chris
Fowler, Anabelle Jones,
Anagrace Jones, Analeise
Jones, Anna Collins; eight
great grandchildren, a
host of nieces, nephews
and cousins.
Funeral services
were held 11 a.m., Satur-
day, May 26, 2012 at the
Graceville First Assembly
of God Church with the
Rev. Jerry Moore, Randall
Walker and Dale Worley
officiating. Burial fol-
lowed in Marvin Chapel
Cemetery with James &
Lipford Funeral Home
in Graceville directing.
Family received at the
church on Friday, 6-8 p.m.
Flowers accepted or those
wishing may make memo-
rials to Covenant Hospice
4215 Kelson Avenue, Suite
E Marianna, FL 32446.


Gerald Thomas Man-
cill, age 73, passed away
May 17, 2012, at his home
in Bonifay. He was born
Aug. 27, 1938, in Holmes
County. Gerald served in
the United States Navy
and worked in construc-
tion until he lost his site in
1972. He then moved back
to Holmes County and
married Helen Rogers in
1976.
He is preceded in death
by his parents, Sammy
A. Mancill and Alice Pate
Mancill both of Holmes
County in the Gritney
community; one brother,
Harold Mancill of Mobile,
Ala., and Nail Kitts of
Bonifay.
Gerald is survived by
his wife of 36 years, Helen
Rogers Mancill of Holmes
County; three sons, Jerry
Mancill and wife Cindy of
N.Y, Christoper Mancill


Greg Swindle, age 57
of Marianna, passed away
Sunday, May 20, 2012, at
his home. Greg was born
Aug. 17, 1954, in Chipley
to the late James W and
Florence (Nettles) Swin-
dle. He had been a resi-
dent of Chipley and the
surrounding area most of
his life. Greg had retired
from CSX Railroad and
was a member of Salem
Freewill Baptist Church
in Cottondale.
In addition to his
parents, he is prede-
ceased by Jannie Shelton.
Survivors include one
son, Christopher Charles
Swindle of Marianna;
three daughters, Jennifer
Swindle Miller and hus-
band, Rocky, of Bonifay,


Mrs. Patricia Ann
Thomas, age 54, of Boni-
fay, passed away May 21,
2012, at her home. She
was born July 2, 1957, in
Bonifay.
Mrs. Thomas is preced-
ed in death by her mother,
Gladys Muriel Curry
Reynolds; one brother,
Dalton Wilburn Turber-
ville Jr., and one grand-
daughter, Emily Walker.
Mrs. Thomas is sur-
vived by one son, D.J.
Pippins and wife, Bobbi,
of Bonifay; two daughters,
Dana Leigh Pippins and
Amanda Walker both of
Graceville; two brothers,
Gerald Reynolds and wife,
Theresa, of New Hope,


of Md., and Jerry Hall and
wife Jennifer of Holmes
County; four grandchil-
dren, Zack and Kelly Man-
cill of N.Y, and Cricket
and Cami Hall of Holmes
County; three brothers,
Jimmy and Marvin Mancill
of Florida, and Earl Man-
cill of Georgia, and four
sisters, Joyce Simmons of
Georgia, Linda Thompson
of Virginia, Merle Rosen-
berry and Gene Yeatts
both of Florida.
A memorial service
was held May 20, 2012. He
was laid to rest at Har-
ris Chapel Cemetery in
Holmes County. Memories
and condolences may be
shared with the family at
www.daviswatkins.com.
Arrangements were under
the direction of Davis-
Watkins Funeral Home
and Crematory of DeFu-
niak Springs.


Chasity Swindle Dybdal
and husband, Dail, of
Wausau, and Stephanie
Swindle Hill and husband,
Robert, of Marianna; one
brother, Roger D. Swindle
of Bonifay; one sister, Lisa
Salter of Chipley, and 13
grandchildren.
The family received
friends Tuesday evening
May 22, 2012, from 6-8
p.m. at Brown Funeral
Home, Main Street Cha-
pel. Funeral services were
held Wednesday, May 23,
2012, at 10 a.m. at Brown
Funeral Home, Main
Street Chapel with the
Rev. Donnie Hussey offici-
ating. Cremation followed.
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.


and Walter Franklin Turb-
erville and wife, Melissa,
of Bonifay; two sisters,
Cheryl Sober and hus-
band, Dan, of Chipley, and
Eva Couch and husband
Terry of Bonifay; nine
grandchildren, Thomas,
Ashleigh, Jasmine, Des-
tiny, Hailey, Levi, Megan,
Amber, and Kari, and one
great-grandchild, Blaine.
Funeral services were
held at 3 p.m., Thursday,
May 24, 2012, at Peel Fu-
neral Home Chapel with
the Rev. Buddy Penning-
ton and the Rev. Matthew
Rich officiating. Interment
followed in Bonifay City
Cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home directing.


Community CALENDAR
LIBRARY HOURS Sunny Hills Library (Chipley) senior lunches;
Wausau Library Monday: 1-6 p.m. for reservations, call
Monday: 10 a.m. to 3 Tuesday: Closed 638-6217. Donations
p.m. Wednesday: 1-6 p.m. accepted.
Tuesday: 1-6 p.m. Thursday: Closed 6 p.m.: Writers Group
Wednesday: Closed Friday: Closed meets the first Monday
Thursday: 1-6 p.m. Saturday: Closed each month (unless a
Friday: Closed Sunday: Closed holiday) at 6:00 at the
Saturday: Closed Chipley library.
Sunday: Closed MONDAY 6-7:30 p.m.:
10 a.m. to noon: Salvation Army Domestic
Holmes County Holmes Council on Violence and Rape
Library (Bonifay) Aging provides bingo, Crisis Program (SADVP)
Monday: Closed exercise, games, hosts a domestic
Tuesday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. activities, hot meals and violence support group
Wednesday: 8 a.m. to socialization, at the SADVP Rural
5 p.m. 11 a.m.: Washington
Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Council on Aging See CALENDAR B6
Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon Crossword SOLUTION
Sunday: Closed
SBE M ATB AD
Washington County A
Library (Chipley) A L A A S A C
Monday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. T A B A E T E A B E L
Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. E R E N E E A E S
Wednesday: 9 a.m. to A P T
6 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. S I E G E P A A
Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. R E M MO T H E R L O D E
Saturday: Closed M EI R E O RO E
Sunday: Closed

Vernon Library S N E S A A
Monday: Closed V A S I D
Tuesday: 1-6 p.m.
Wednesday: 1-6 p.m.
Thursday: Closed TA U T SA B L E A B A S
Friday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. E R E S K U A S D A B S
Saturday: Closed T E N E B N A E
Sunday: Closed
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Outreach office, 1461 S. Railroad
Ave., Apartment 1, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.

TUESDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging (Chipley) senior lunches;
for reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations accepted.
Noon: Chipley Kiwanis Club
meeting.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley.
6 p.m.: Holmes County
Commission meets second
Tuesday.
7 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church on County Road 177A

WEDNESDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: The Vernon
Historical Society Museum is open
to the public from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Meetings are fourth Wednesdays at
2 p.m.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging (Chipley) senior lunches;
for reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations accepted.
1 p.m.: Line dancing, Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley.
7 p.m.: Depression and Bipolar
Support Group meets at First Baptist
Church educational annex building
in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.

THURSDAY
7:30 a.m.: Washington County
Chamber of Commerce breakfast
every third Thursday
9 a.m. 12 p.m.: Amazing
Grace Church USDA Food
Distribution every third Thursday.
(Holmes County Residents Only)
9 a.m. 3 p.m.: Money Sense
at Goodwill Career Training
Center; call 638-0093; every third
Thursday
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10:30 a.m.: Chipley Library
preschool story time.
11 a.m.: Washington Council


on Aging (Chipley) senior lunches;
for reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations accepted.
11 a.m.: Care Givers Support
group meets third Thursdays at the
First Presbyterian Church at 4437
Clinton St. in Marianna.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting at New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley.
6 p.m.: TOPS meets at 7 p.m. with
weigh in at 6 p.m. at Mt. Olive
Baptist Church
6 p.m.: The Holmes County
Historical Society meets first
Thursday at 6 p.m. The public is
invited to attend.
6:30 p.m.: T.O.P.S. Mt. Olive
Baptist Church on State Road 79
North.
7 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church on County Road 177A

FRIDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Homes
Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging (Chipley) senior lunches;
for reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations accepted.
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: On
third Fridays, Washington County
Council on Aging (Chipley) will
have a plate lunch available to
anyone as a fundraiser for our local
senior citizens. Plates are $6. Must
make reservation at 638-621 6 or
638-6217.
3:30 p.m.: Bead Class every
second Friday at Laurden-Davis Art
Gallery call 703-0347
6-8 p.m.: Marianna's Gathering
Place Foundation has a get-together
for 50+ senior singles, widowed or
divorced on last Fridays at Winn
Dixie in Marianna. Come join the
fun for games, prizes and snacks
while you get your shopping done.
For more information, call
526-4561.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting at Chipley
Presbyterian Church.

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


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VERNON -The Miss Firecracker
Pageant will be held at 1 p.m. on June
2 at the Vernon Community Center.
The pageant is sponsored by the city of
Vernon as a fundraiser for the annual
free fireworks show that is held each year
on July 4 at the city sportsplex. The city
needs as much participation as possible
to raise funds for fireworks. Categories
include Baby Miss, Toddler Miss, Tiny
Tot, Future Little Miss, Little Miss, Young
Miss, Pre-Teen, Teen Miss, Junior Miss,
Miss Firecracker, Jr. Ms. Firecracker, Sr.
Ms. Firecracker, Miss Patriotic and Miss
Independence. Pageant attire is formal
and all contestants under the age of 10
will receive a small crown. There will be
a queen, 1st and 2nd runner up for each
age group. Children who hold a title from
last year will have to move up to the next
group of competition. For registration
forms or questions contact the Vernon City
Hall at 535-2444 or Pageant Director Laura
Brewer at 535-2074 after 5:30 p.m.

Watermelon Festival Pageant
CHIPLEY The 56th annual Panhandle
Watermelon Pageant will be held at the
Washington County Agriculture Center, in
Chipley at 6:30 p.m. on June 8, and at 6:30
p.m. on June 9. Door admission is $5 per
adult, admission is free to children 3 years
of age and younger.
For more information, call Teresa Bush
at 850-263-4744 or 850-263-3072 or Sherry
Saunders at 850-263-3554.

Shaddia Shrine Temple Gospel Sing
PANAMA CITY The Shaddai Shrine
Temple in Panama City will be holding a
good old Southern Gospel Sing from 4-6
p.m., June 16. There will be performances
by Terry Davis formerly of the Florida
Boys Quartet and local talent by Marshal
and Linda Smith, Saved by Grace, Joe
Paul, Deb Collins, and The Love Notes.
Admission is $5 per person.

Lunch and Learn
A Lunch and Learn will be at 12:30 on
June 21 at Bonifay Nursing and Rehab
Center in the Regency Dining Room. Come
join us for lunch and learn about what
growing older means to your elderly family,
friends and neighbors and how to best
relate to them. The guest speaker will be
Glenda Swearingen, an Elder Law Attorney.
Please RSVP to Rachael Locke at 850-
547-9289 by June 14, 2012

Shaddai Shrine Temple Steak Night
PANAMA CITY The Shaddai Shrine
Temple in Panama City will be holding
Summer Steak Night on June 23 at the
temple. Dinner will be from 6-8 p.m. and
will be followed by music and dancing.
Dinner will consist of Rib Eye Stakes
cooked to order, salad, baked potatoes,
veggies and a dessert. Tickets are $30 per
couple or $120 for table of eight. For more
information, call 866-0076 or 258-5032.

Washington County Arts Council
The Washington County Arts Council
invites all local artists to share their
paintings, drawings, sculptures, textiles
or ceramics at the annual Panhandle
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from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 23. The Art
Show and Sale will be held in the west wing
of the Ag Center in Chipley.

Panhandle Watermelon Festival
CHIPLEY The 56th annual Panhandle
Watermelon Festival will be held on June
22 and 23. From 6-9 p.m. on June 22 at Pal's
Park, Chad Street and country star Mark
Chesnutt will be performing. On June 23
starting a 10 a.m. there will be a parade
downtown. After the parade head over
to the Washington County Ag Center on
Highway 90 west, for performances by Big
Bend Bluegrass, and Marty Rabon. This
is a free event. For more information, visit
www.panhandlewatermelonfestival.com or
ca11638-6180.

Sidewalk Art Fair
BONIFAY Bring your artwork and
easel to paint at the Sidewalk Art Fair
in Bonifay. The art fair will be located
at 110 W Pennsylvania Avenue, Bonifay.
There will be art displays of handmade
jewelry, paintings of oil, watercolor, pencil
drawings, photographs, and wood carving
at the Sidewalk Art Fair from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., on Saturday, June 23, 2012. Raffle
tickets will be drawn, and pieces of artwork
will be bid on. Free drinks, note cards,
art class coupons, coupon for free art
display, and balloons. Refreshments will
be provided. Come and Join with us. For
more information call 850-329-8381 or send
a message to laurdendavis@gmail.com.
We are on Facebook to find us type in and
search Laurden-Davis Art Gallery.

Camp Kesem
Camp Kesem is a camp or children ages
6 to 13 who have a parent who has died
from cancer, is currently in treatment for
cancer or is in remission form cancer. Cam
Kesem will take place Aug. 12 -17, at an
American Camping Association accredited
campsite no more than four hours from the
FSU campus. Transportation to and from
camp will be provided.
The mission of Camp Kesem is to
provide a student-run summer camp
program for children who have or had a
parent with cancer, where campers build
self-esteem and gain support from peers
facing similar challenges. With a cam
counselor ration of 2:1, campers receive
the special attention and support that
would not receive at a regular camp.
Professional staff includes nurse,
psychotherapist and a camp advisor and
no less than 16 volunteer counselors from
FSU. Camp Kesem is provided free of
charge. The program is made possible form
LIVESTRONG, the Lance Armstrong
Foundation.
Applicants are on a first come first
serve basis. Deadline to apply is June 1.
For more information, call Heather Shelby
at 850-415-8119, or email hshelby@nfch.org.

Poetry contest held
A $1,000 grand prize is being offered
to the last poet standing in a contest
sponsored by Rainbow Poets. The contest
director Dr. Michael Thomas will judge
pomes of 21 lines or fewer on any subject
and in any style. The contest is free to
enter and open to everyone. Fifty prizes
totaling more than $5,000 will be awarded.
Deadline to enter is June 18. To enter go to
www.rainbowpoets.com.


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wonderful school. "This
is just a great place to
be, and it wouldn't be
Poplar Springs without the
support we get from you
all."
On the varsity baseball
squad, Kody Pelham was
named Offensive Player
of the Year. He also was
named Mr. Sacrifice for
being hit the most by
pitchers during the season.
"We got a lot
accomplished this year,"
Smith said. "We've made
some steps in the right
direction."
The varsity softball
girls made school history
with their trip to the
district tournament, and
the audience enjoyed a
music video presentation
of scenes from the Lady
Atomics successful year.
Ashlyn Golden was
named Clutch Player of the
Year by Coach Brad Hall,
and Joley Dixon led the
team in RBIs.
Varsity softball squad
members include Kelli
McIntosh, Paige Smith,
Savannah Ryken, Ashlyn
Golden, Emily Ladley,
Ceona Hall, Beth Hall,
Erika Forehand, Bethany
Strickland, Shelby Battles,
Joley Dixon and Kallie
Rodriguez.
On the girls varsity
basketball team, coach
Smith said, "all these
girls have leadership
capabilities, but they were
able to put them aside and
follow the captain."
Leading the team in
free throws for the year
was Ceona Hall, and Beth
Hall shared the title of
Defensive Player of the
Year with teammate Kelli
McIntosh. Offensive Player
of the Year was Savannah
Ryken.
Lady Atomics varsity
basketball squad members
include Brandi Brooks,
Savannah Ryken, Kelli
McIntosh, Shaneria
James, Ceona Hall, Beth


Hall, Paige Smith Kallie
Rodriguez.
JV player Emily
Ladley was named MVPI
and Smith said Ladley
embodies the work ethic


needed to succeed not only
in athletics, but in life. "If
you know them, her whole
family embodies this," he
said.
The boys varsity


basketball squad made it to
the semifinal game for the
second year in a row. "This
is something we haven't
done since the 1970s," Hall
said.


Junior varsity boys basketball players include Saylor Novonglosky, Blake
Joiner, Tanner Smith, Brison Merritt, Josh Smith, Kody Pelham and Eric
Todd.


Lady Atomics varsity basketball squad members include,
from left, Brandi Brooks, Savannah Ryken, Kelli Mclntosh,
Shaneria James, Ceona Hall, Beth Hall and Paige Smith.
Not pictured is Kallie Rodriguez.


Junior varsity softball players honored were, from left,
Bethany Strickland, Shelby Battles, Samantha Snell, Molly
Ladley, Deanna Wells, Ainsley Novonglosky, Aubrey Perry,
Brooke Mclntosh and Lacey Shehee.


The basketball
Defensive Player of the
Year was John Solowsky,
while the Most Improved
title went to Addison
McIntosh.


Atomics varsity boys
basketball squad members
were Colby Sorrells,
Brandon Carnley, Addison
McIntosh, Josh Croxton
and Dan Wells.


Atomics varsity boys basketball squad members were, from
left, Colby Sorrells, Brandon Carnley, Addison Mclntosh,
Josh Croxton and Dan Wells.


Girls junior varsity basketball players were, from left, Erika Forehand,
Emily Ladley, Anna Smith, Shelby Battles, Angel Messer, Deanna Wells,
Cheyenne Mayo, Alexus Creamer, Samantha Snell and Brittnay Cade.


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Varsity softball squad members include, from left, Kelli Mclntosh, Paige
Smith, Savannah Ryken, Ashlyn Golden, Emily Ladley, Ceona Hall, Beth
Hall, Erika Forehand, Bethany Strickland and Shelby Battles. Not pictured
are Joley Dixon and Kallie Rodriguez.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE DI-
VISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SARAH LEE SELBE
Deceased
File No. 12-CP-27
Division Probate
NOTICE OF ADMINIS-
TRATION
The administration of
the estate of Sarah Lee
Selbe, deceased, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Washington
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is RO.
Box 647, Chipley, FL
32428, file number
12-CP-27. The estate is
intestate. The names
and addresses of the
petitioner and the
petitioner's attorney are
set forth below. The fi-
duciary lawyer-client
privilege in Section
90.5021 applies with re-
spect to the petitioner
and any attorney em-
ployed by the peti-
tioner. Any interested
person on whom a
copy of the notice of
administration is served
who challenges the va-
lidity of the will or codi-
cils, qualification of the
petitioner, venue, or
thejurisdictionn of the
court is required to file
any objection with the
court in the manner
provided in the Florida
Probate Rules WITHIN
THE TIME REQUIRED
BY LAW, which is on or
before the date that is 3
months after the date
of service of a copy of
the Notice of Adminis-


traction on that person,
to those objections are
forever barred. A peti-
tion for determination
of exempt property is
required to be filed by
or on behalf of any per-
son entitled to exempt
property under Section
732.402, WITHIN THE
TIME REQUESTED BY
LAW, which is on or be-
fore the later of the
date that is 4 months
after the date of service
of a copy of the Notice
of Administration on
such person or the
date that is 40 days af-
ter the date of termi-
nation of any proceed-
ing involving the con-
struction, admission to
probate, or validity of
the will or involving any
other matter affecting
any part of the exempt
property, or the right of
such person to exempt
property is deemed
waived. An election to
take an elective share
must be filed by or on
behalf of the surviving
spouse entitled to an
elective share under
Section 732.201-
732.2155 WITHIN THE
TIME REQUIRED BY
LAW, WHICH IS ON
OR BEFORE THE EAR-
LIER OF THE DATE
THAT IS 6 MONTH AF-
TER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THE notice OF ad-
ministration ON THE
SURVIVING SPOUSE,
OR AN ATTORNEY IN
FACT OR A GUARDIAN
OF THE PROPERTY
OF THE SURVIVING
SPOUSE, OR THE
DATE THAT IS 2
YEARS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE
DECEDENT'S DEATH.
THE TIME FOR FILING
AN ELECTION TO
TAKE AN ELECTIVE
SHARE MAY BE EX-
TENDED AS PRO-
VIDED IN THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE RULES.
ATTORNEY FOR PETI-
TIONER:
Charles M. Wynn
Attorney for Keith
Wayne Selbe
Florida Bar Number:
0241695
4436 Clinton Street
PO BOX 146
Marianna, Fl 32447


Telephone:(850)
526-3520
Fax: (850) 526-5210
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wynnlawbnk@earthlink.ne
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Petitioner:
Keith Wayne Selbe
3052 Five Points Rd
Cottondale, Florida
32431
As published in the
Washington County
News May 23,30,2012
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT, JUVENILE DI-
VISION FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CASE NO.:
67-DP-2012-01
IN THE INTEREST OF:
K.E.L
MINOR CHILD
(SEC.39.801(b) FS)
The State of Florida to
JAMES CREAMER, nat-
ural father whose resi-
dence and address is
unknown. You are
hereby notified that a
Petition under oath has
been filed in the above
styled Court for the Ter-
mination of Parental
Rights in the case of
K.E.L., child, to li-
censed child place-
ment agency for subse-
quent adoption. You
are hereby noticed that
an Advisory Hearing
will be held before the
Honorable Christopher
N. Patterson, Judge of
the Circuit Court, Four-
teenth Judicial Circuit,
at the Washington
County Courthouse,
1293 Jackson Blvd.,
Chipley, Florida 32428,
on the 3rd day of July,
2012, at the hour of
1:30p.m., CENTRAL
TIME. You have the
right to appear with
counsel for you at this
hearing. If you can not
afford legal representa-
tion, the Court will ap-
point counsel for you at
this hearing upon the
determination of insol-
vency. you must either
appear on the date and
at the time specified or
send a written re-
sponse to the Court
prior to that time.YOUR
FAILURE TO PERSON-
ALLY APPEAR AT THIS


ADVISORY HEARING
CONSTITUTES CON-
SENT TO THE TERMI-
NATION OF PAREN-
TAL RIGHTS OF
THESE CHILDREN. IF
YOU FAIL TO APPEAR
ON THE DATE AND
TIME SPECIFIED, YOU
MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL
RIGHTS AS A PARENT
TO THE CHILD OR
CHILDREN.
As published in the
Washington County
News May 16, 23, 30,
June 6, 2012
STATE OF FLORIDA,
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
STANDARDS & TRAIN-
ING COMMISSION,
Petitioner
vs.
KENDRICK D. PAR-
KER, Case #32472
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: KENDRICK D.
PARKER,
Residence Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an Administrative
Complaint has been
filed against you seek-
ing to revoke your
CORRECTIONAL Cer-
tificate in accordance
with Section 943.1395,
FS, and any rules
promulgated thereun-
der. You are required
to serve a written copy
of your intent to re-
quest a hearing pursu-
ant to Section 120.57,
FS. upon Jennifer C.
Pritt, Program Director,
Criminal Justice Profes-
sionalism Program,
Florida Department of
Law Enforcement, P O.
Box 1489, Tallahassee,
Florida 32302-1489, on
or before
2012
[2 months from the
date legal ad sent to
the newspaper]. Fail-
ure to do so will result
in a default being en-
tered against you to
Revoke said certifica-
tion pursuant to Sec-
tion 120.60, FS., and
Rule 11B-27, FA.C.
Dated: April 17, 2012
[date legal ad sent to
the newspaper]
Ernest W. George
CHAIRMAN CRIMI-
NAL JUSTICE STAND-
ARDS
AND TRAINING COM-


MISSION
By: -s- Lee Stewart,
Division Representa
tive
As published in the
Washington County
News May 9, 16, 23
30, 2012


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3120-Arts& Crafts ston Circle. June 1st & Timber, Water, Views,
3130 -Auctions ,Life M anagemtentr Open Fields, Hunting,.t Placing a classified ad is an easy and
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315a Building Supplies ..Hay, Discount Tax
3160 Business "A great place to work!" Rate, 35 Miles From 2000 Dodge Ram the focus of attention among
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Chipleg High School


Albert Hughes Alex Hamilton


Allison Ates


Amberly Corbin


Annie Antonio
Worthington Shackleford


Ashley Cribbs Austen Barfield


Austin Myers


Brandon Yongue Bria Speights


Cansas Wasson Chelsea Carter


Briana Jackson Brianna Clark Brianna Jones


China Griffin Christopher
Kelley


Clayton Cody Daniels
Davidson


Byron Shores


Cameron Dozier Cameron Owens


Cody Kriser Cody Long


Cooper Holmes


Courtney Hall


Cozetta Register


D.J. Farmer


Dre Rodriguez Duncan Casady Dylan Lawson


Ebone Hooks


Ecoleya Potter Emanuel Batson


Faith Tice Garrett Enfinger George Hoffman


Hadley Harris


Heather Carter


Holley Cutts


Hunter Aycock Jabaris Howard


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Future Endeavors
Washington County
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Superintendent Sandra Cook


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Washington County School
Board Members
Vann Brock, District 1
Wayne Saunders, District 2
Pam Cates, District 3


Terry Ellis, District 4


Susan G. Roberts, District 5

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from surgery or an unexpected illness in the
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Chipleg High School


Jaclyn Morris Jacob Davidson James Voorhees


Jamie Ellis


Janae Ritter


Jaren Harmon Jasmine Carlisle Jeffrey Martin Jesse Kneiss


Jessica Singleton Jessica
Tummenelle


Jordan Jordan Nedeau Joshua Johnson Joshua Myers
McKinnie


Kacey Aukema Katlyn Nelson


Kendall Kristi Cleveland
Alderan Kenneth Harris Kirsten Horton Morrell Kristina Lewis Kyle Vickery
Alderman Morrell


Kyndall Whitson Lacey Mead


Lauren Hall


Lavance
Gonzalez Logan Vaughn Luke Hinson Mallary Rowell Marie Finch
Gonzalez


Matthew Matthew Matthew Webb
Kenison McCarthy


CONGRATUIJATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF 2012
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SWhen the loss of a loved one occurs, a
call to Brown Funeral Home assures you
S that all of your needs will be taken care
of with compassion and understanding
with two facilities that you can be proud
of and at a price you can afford. All Pre-
Need arrangements at Brown Funeral
Home are safe and protected by the laws
Don Brown, Owner, LFD of the State of Florida. We welcome all
questions pertaining to your Pre-)eed and we are here to
serveyou, as we have for the past 44years.
BROWN
FUNERAL HOME
Don Brown, Owner, LFD and Jimmy Sasser, LFD
1068 MAIN STREET 912 BRICKYARD ROAD
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA (850) 638-4010
www.brownfh.net
PIelaIIinIIgIGriA e IupporIII Im..i..I raIIgiment


S Congratulations To
All Our Graduates!
CHIPLEY

PigglyWiggly
1264 Church Avenue Chipley, FL
(850) 638-1751

Corbin Auto Sales
1177 Jackson Avenue
Chipley, FL 32428
850-638-9353
Dell Corbin
Owner
www.corbinautos.com
Mon.-Fri. (8-5)



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Limit.
Congratulations To All
Area Graduates! Best Wishes
and Good Luck To You All!


704 West Hwy 90
SU S |Bonifay
!A U S (850) 547-1660
Manufacturing Company (850) 547-1660
www.ausmanufacturing.com


Mattea Harbour
We are so proud of the Godly
man you have become. Put
Him first and everything else
will follow.
Love, Daddy, Mama,
Tucker & Spencer

CONGRATULATIONS
TO ALL THE
LOCAL GRADUATES



1300 South Blvd Chipley, FL32428
(850) 638-1830


SThe diploma you've worked so hard for
is in your hands, and so is your future.
Keep up the great work, graduates.
We're proud of you!
4 Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
CHIPLEY, FL 638-4157 i


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Kayla Cook


Lauren Woods


May you reach all of your dreams
and goals, graduates!
We're proud of you.




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Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
We Treat You J.k Family


1360 Brickyard Road
Chipley, FL. 850-638-1610







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Mia Fields Michael Fisher


Michael
Pritchard


Michael
Schwartz


Michelle Cota


Mickayla Neporia
Boname Kennedy


Nichole Rhodes


Nick Galbreath


Nick Morris


Nikki Stoker


Olivia Guettler


Paige Harrell


Quintin Goines Rachel Thomas Rebekah Wolfe


Ronnie Tolbert


Ryan McIntyre Ryan Sikorar


Sam Carroll Samantha
Menckebergr


Sarah Mastison


Savannah
Waddell


Selick Spriggsr Shabre Williams


Shanique Burns Shelby Joiner


Shiloh Mosier


Skylar Davis Sufyan
Binmahfooz


T'Keah Starks Taryn Strickland Taylor Smelcer


Tori Crawford


Tori Taylor Trenton Rolling Tyler Crutchfield Tyler Oliver


Tyler Patton Tyrell Bowman


Waylon Gross


Baccalaureate Wednesday, May 30 at 7:30 p.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church
Graduation Thursday, May 31, 2012 at 8 p.m. at Memorial Field
Class Motto "You had a good run" Robert Marion Armstrong
Class Colors Blue and Silver
Class Flower Tiger Lily
Class Song "Slideshow" By: JJ.


William Zachary Chase
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Congratulations

To All The
CLass of Area Grads!
2012
Congrats on your
achievement!
We know how hard you've
r- worked to get here, and it's
great to see you in your cap
and gown, beginning a new
and exciting future.

From all the Associates at

Walmart
Save money. Live better.
Store 2114
S1621 Main St. Chipley, FL
850-638-2243


Congratulations
KAYLA COOK
and all 2012 seniors! -

Children's Consignment & Boutique
Cothing Women's Clothing Jewelry
Handbags. Gifts & other accessories
0 9e4lo i Embroidery Chocolate Baskets
utl & Cupcakes
S682 5th Street Chipley 638-9570

The Gully Springs Baptist Church
Bonifay, FL
Congratulates Our Graduates

BRANDON CARTER
TAYLOR SMITH
AND ALL GRADUATES
Keep Christ first in your life.
-Matthew 6:33


May God Bless You
Trust iin lie Lord itili all liine lieart;
and lean not unto tliiie oii understanding.
In all tiii nas acknowledge Hiim,
and He shall direct tln patlis.
Proverbs .:*'6


CARMEL ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Bonifay 547-3266


'- Washington Rehabilitation
and Nursing Center .
iA /nlt HealthCARE Community
Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing
i Center, along with our Administrator,
Bret Brown, would like to recognize all
4,5 Graduating Seniors for their hard work.
Zia White- Graceville High School
LaDarius McElroy- Malone High School
Shakira Smith- Malone High School
Hakeem Holmes Marianna High School
Devin Lee- Bethlehem High School
S Olivia Daniels- Malone High School
-.'* Chris Murff- Malone High School
Brandon Burch Marianna High School
Cameron Dozier Chipley High School
Chris Maloney- Malone High School
Vanisha Hearns- Malone High School
Fredericka White- Cottondale High School
_^-i Tyler Patton Chipley High S.:l,:,:l..



Congratulations

\ To All Our Area
Grads of2012!

All of us at One South
Bank congratulate you
on a job well done
and wish you great
success in your
future
endeavors.


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1385 Main Street- Chipley, FL
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Matthew
Weisensale


Meredith
Saunders


Tia' Merriel


Tekeyell
Johnson


Whitney
Robinson


Congratulations 2012 Graduates!
Put Your Best Smile Forward As You
Begin Your Bright Future
SENIORS Show us your diploma and receive a
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(D0150, D0274)

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6992ND ST. (850)638-4708 CHIPLEY, FL
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Holmes County High School


Adams. Holton


Bailey, Jeremy Baker, Brandon


Balkom,
Samantha


Baxley, Billy Beasley, Meghan


Beaslyer,
Summer


Bell, Nicholas


Boswell, Blake


Brown, Hadley


Brown, BI'\liMilil2.
Shaquille Dustin


Bryant, Tanner Burlew, Heather


Bush,
Christopher


Bush, Haleigh


Carnley, Carter, Brandon
Brandon


Chitty, Dylan


Clemmons, Levi Connell, Jack


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Cooper, Braeden Corbin, Zachary Cullifer, Chelsea Diez Leonardo, Dobson, Dustin Dozier, William
Darwin


English, Marissa


Ferguson, Forehand,
Harley Matthew


Fox, Sebastian French-Pou, Galbraith, Justin
Angelea


Gambrell,
Breanna


Garner, Zachary Goodson, Leslie


"on i atudlatnso qidw !
BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK
T0 ALL 2012 GRADUATING SENIORS

BONIFAY
PIGGLY WIGGLY
911 N. Waukesha Street
Bonifay, FL 547-3826














HATS OFF +

TO THE CLASS

OF 2012!




Your day has arrived! Congratulations to
each and every member of the
Graduating Class of 2012.

GOOD JOB!



Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative
o A ToLuclson Energy' Coperauve ih
(800) 333-9392


West Florida Electric
A Touchstone Energy' Cooperative i)O
The power of human connections
(800) 342-7400


CITY OF BONIFAY
S Mayor James E. Sims, Jr.
^ Council Members
Lawrence Cloud Richard Woodham
Roger Brooks Micah McCormick


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BEST WISHES TO ALL
GRA DUA TING SENIORS

'The Medicine Shoppe .
'* 1357 Brickyard Rd
SChipley 638-0424
507 W. Hwy 90
Bonifay 547-1887
Horizon Health Care, Inc.
1357 Brickyard Rd
Chipley 638-0424


BOWEN
HARDWARE
Bonifay
547-4264


S B AN K of F L OR D A

BONIFAY: (850) 547-3624 CHIPLEY: (850) 638-7892
MARIANNA: (850) 526-4411
FDK
*Student Essential Checking: This account requires $25 to open. Online banking
and First Federal account with 625 or better Qualifile Score required for eDeposit.
Students under 18 are not eligible for eDeposit or Online Bill Pay unless a parent or
guardian is a signer on the account with the minor Standard text messaging rates
apply. After customer turns 25, account will be converted to a comparable checking
account. At that time additional fees may apply. iTunes' debit card rewards: Will be
available Summer 2012. 10 point-of-sale transactions over $10 per month earns a $5
if .ii. I I ... ... I. with a cap of $25 worth of gift cards per student, per year






6 Graduation 2012 i i, II County News / Holmes County Times Advertiser, May 30, 2012


Graf, Barrie


Griffin, Andrew Hailes, Amber


Holmes, Rachel Howell, Lincoln Hutchinson,
Troy


Hardin, Kayln Harris, Dustin


Johns, Jervonte Johnson, Tiara Kirkland,
Danielle


Harris, Haylee Henderson, Holman, Kasie
Marissa


Lewis, Chase Long, Cole Manuel, Haleigh


McAllister,
JcAllister, McKay, Kristen Miller, Lindsey
Jordan


Moore, Dustin Moore, Tony


Moore, William Mullins, Angel


Mullins, Faith Nolen, Samuel


Nolin, Zachary
_Oldham, Carlee


Oldham,
Cortney


Parmer, Will Payne, Danielle Pendoley,
Jonathon


Pippin, Sarah


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Congratulations
to all
Holmes County
Graduates i


If you believe in yourself, then
you are guaranteed to succeed!
Your hard work and dedication
have gotten you
where you are today.
Be Proud of Yourself,
Graduates.
BOARD MEMBERS
Anthony Register
Jason Motley
Gary Scott
Rusty Williams
Sid Johnson
HOLMES COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Gary Galloway


Congratulations to the
Class of 2012!



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Pitts, Jennifer Powell,
Michaela


Rebuck, Ryder


Reeves,
Courtney


Rhinerson, Rockwell,
Brandi Christopher


Rumiano,
Michael


Russ, Ethan Sellers, Kellan


Sellers, Kolton Sellers, Shelby


Sexton,
Whittney


Sheffield, Alana Smith, Taylor


Stone, Daniel Strickland,
Caleb


Strickland, Tate, Kyle
Mackenzie


Taylor, Aaron


Taylor, Stetson Thompson,
Hunter


Thompson,
William


Toole, Jared Upton, Marena


Van Dyke, Westbrook, Levi Wilkerson,
Aaron Kelsey


Williams, Donna Williams, Felicia Wolfley, Harold Yancey, Emily


Baccalaureate June 3 at 6 p.m. First Baptist Church
Graduation June 5 at 7:30 p.m., Memorial Field
2012 S Baccalaureate June 3
Graduation June 5 at 7:30 p.m., Memorial Field
2012 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President Marissa English
Vice President Samantha Balkom
Secretary Amber Hailes
Treasurer Summer Beasley


Historian Felicia Williams
Class Motto Our lives are before us: our pasts are
behind us, but our memories are forever with us."
Song Tattoo's on this Town- Jason Aldean
Flower Blue Tulip
Colors Blue and Gold
Senior Class Sponsors Rachel Edminson, Brandi Jor-
dan, Lynn Marshall, Stephanie Pippin, Carrie Thompson


Washington County Christian School Class of 2012


Timothy Ander
Seaboch Sullivan


Graduation Date May II.
at 6p.m. New Life Fellow-
ship. Chipley
Valedictorian Timothy
Seaboch
Salutatorian Ander
Sullivan
Class Flower Gladiolus
Class Colors Green &
Gold
Class Song The Words I
Say by Sidewalk Prophets
Class Uerse Jeremiah
29:11
Graduates
Timothy Seaboh
Ander Sullivan


Congratulations Class Of
2012
Jerry Watkins
Insurance Agency
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From all of us at
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Council Members
Joey Brock Byron Biddle
Oscar Ward Tina Sloan Gwen March

PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
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Panhandle Area Educational Consortium
Member School Districts

Calhoun Holmes Madison
Tommy McClellan Gary Galloway Lou Miller
SuperintendentS Superintendent Supentendent
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Nina Marks Lee Miller i fI i
Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent
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Gadsden Liberty Walton
Dr. Sue Summers Carlene Anderson
Superintendent Superintendent
Gulf Washington
Tim Wilder Dr. Sandra Cook
Superintendent Superintendent
Safety & Positive Thinking
Lead to Success
Patrick McDaniel Tony Ganstine
Executive Director Facilities and Safety Specialist


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8 Graduation 2012 I... I County News / Holmes County Times Advertiser, May 30,2012


Amanda Burt


Amber Brown Anthony Siples


Antwainette
Andrews


Billie Jo Bellew


Blake Furber


Brandon
Williams


Branton Bush


Britni Bonewit


Brittany Hawes Bryce Farrar Caitlin Vaughn


Caleb Bowers


Charles Vincent


Chase Hewett


Dillon Hutton


James Creamer Emily Curtright


Jaquarius
Leverette


Jeffery Bouet


Jesica Emanuel Jessica Grigsby


Jordan Tomlin


Joshua Wilson


Kevin
Thompson II


Khiry Peterson Kristen Boatner


Kyle Dean Lacey Hendrix


Lacie Bolt Laconya Stewart


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LeAlan Lykins Leon Howard Leslie Shaffer Linsi Wilkerson Lisa Granger laegen Sheehan


Marissa
Balistreri


Micah Munson Micha Hayes


Milton Brown MJ Mendoza


Porsha Lurry Rachel Kolmetz Ricky Thomason


Ryan Massey


Samantha Davis


Shaquille Powell Shawn Lentz


Sabrina Moore Stephanie Carter Taylor Carter


Taylor Landry Taylor Pope


Thomas Capps


Graduation -
June I, at 7 p.m.


Tyler Landry Tyrel Judson


Tyshawn Potter


Zachary Frye


Zachary
Yarbrough


Zackary Qualls Elizabeth Justice


Poplar Springs High School


Blake Williams Brandi Brooks Brandon Carnley Brittney Shehee


Chris Jones


Dan Wells


Jake Hayes Jeannette Dahl


Sw Jessica
Jeffery Connor Singletary Jessy Yanez


K.K. Barne


Kayleen
Kat Dukes Rodriguez


Kelly Cook Rachel Ward


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To ALL OF OuR 1i 2012 GRADUATES!

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Sarah Evans


Samantha
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Poplar Springs High School


Tyler Hannah Kayla Browning


Baccalaureate June 3 at 3 p.m.
Graduation June 4 at 7 p.m.
Class song "'1II Go Back" by Kenny
Chesney
Class colors Columbia blue and silver
Class moto "Our lives are before us.
Our pasts are behind us, but our


Adams, Brianna Alford, Ty Baker, Maggie


Bowers, Railyn Brooks, Ashley


memories are forever with us."
Class flower Daisy
Class officers -
President: Kayla Browning
Vice President: Addison Mcintosh
Treasurer/Secretary: Blake Williams


Burgess, Joseph Burgess, Tierra


Carlson, Lacy Jo


Carmichael, Ian Carroll, Amber Carroll, Kaitlyn


Carroll, Vicki


Cooey, Derek


Davis, Ashley Davis, Reid


Driggers, Steven


Edwards, Dusti Flock, Jasmine Freeman,
Brianna


Groce, Dillon Groce, Haley Hitzing, Kevin


I&A
Indinger,
Stephen


Landers, Dustin


Lanier, Sarah


Locke, Brista


Mammana,
Berion


Martin, Jessie


Mayo, Jaicee


N t' iin_'. Dallas


Rowe, Harley


Rushing, Wendel


Sumpter, John Tate, Kaycee Taylor, Logan Tidwell, Victor Toole, Chelsy


S Cogratnulations
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Congratulations
to all
Graduates of
v 2012!
Holmes County
Sheriff Tim Brown
and Staff


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Congratulations, Graduates!
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(850) 638-8768
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Congratulations To
HOLLEY CUTTS
The Class of 2012!
A&B AUTO SALES
OF JAX, INC.
1383 Jackson Ave., Chipley, FL s (850) 638-7445


Your Hard Work Has Paid Off
And We're Proud of You!
Johnson's Pharmacy
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Vickery, Skyler


Ponce De Leon High School Grad Info Class Colors Red & White
Baccalaureate Wednesday. June 6 at 7 Class Officers:
p.m. in the Ponce de Leon High School Gym- President Ty Alford
nasium Vice President Skyler Vickery
Graduation Thursday. June I at 7:30 p.m. Secretary Dustin Landers
in the Ponce de Leon High School Gymna- Historian John Sumpter
sium Senior Sponsors:
Class Motto "Time you enjoy wasting was Terri Carroll
not wasted." John Lennon Heather Bailey


Wasilewski,


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Adams, Clarisa Conner, Brittany


Davis,
Chrisopher


Davis, Lauren Forthman Joshua Garlo, Marti Griffin, Jonathan Griffin, Kaylin Hauser, Andrew


Herndon, Jackson, Jeanna
Kendal


Jacobs, Kayla


Jordan, Jacob


Kilgus, Chum


King, Katie


King, Krista


Land, Austin Leavins, Ford
Land, Austin Leavins, Ford


Lee, Taylor Miller, Devin

Class Officers:
President Ty1er Walker
Vice President Chase Grif-
fin
treasurer Ford Leavins
Secretary Kayla Jacobs


Mixon,
John Will


Rainey, Andrew


Historian Kaylin Grifin
Historian -Hayley Witt
Baccalaureate May 27,
2012 at 2 p.m. at Carmel As-
sembly of God
Graduation June 1, 2012


Sconiers, Shade


Stevens,
Timothy


at 7 p.m. in the Bethlehem
School Gymnasium
Class Song: Tattoos on this
Town By Jason Aldean
Class Motto: If opportunity
doesn't knock, build a door.


Trammell, Walker, Tyler
Makayla


Witt, Hayley


Class Flower: Sunflower
Class Sponsors: Carson Las-
siter, Amy White


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From Everyone at the
Holmes County Chamber of Commerce





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PEEL FUNERAL HOME
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Supply
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O Chipley, F1 32428
850-638-1625


Congratulations
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Graduates!

Mattox
Photography


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962 12th Avenue
Graceville, FL 32440
www.mattoxstudio.com


Panhandle
Family Medicine
Chipley Bonifay
877 3rd Street Suite 4 310 E. Byrd Ave., Suite B
(850) 638-4555 850-547-4555
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Aguado, Albritton,
Coral Brielle Keefer James


Beechum,
Aultman, Louis Beecu
fcae.Brienne
Michael.
A lovanrtlr


Britt, Isam
Bernard


Broxton, Cassady, Chism, Jeremy
Nazarine Alexis Devin Austin Raynard


Cintron, Taylor
Amanda


-larK, Yatre a
Latrise- Collins,
Dominique Cody Heath


Cook, Terrence Deriso,
Johnathon Bobby Donnail


Douglas,
Marieta Inez


Douglas, Forsyth, Hunter Fowler,
Marieta Inez Raymond Jeremy Dale


Griffin, Sabrina
Michelle


Laster, John
Derae


Nichols,
Annemarie


Pittman,
Wynterra
Kadijah


Holman, Tyler Hughes,
Sunderland Jamie Marie


Lenderman, Long, Michael
Brandi Nicole Ross


Oliver-Barnes,
Allante'
DiLSuIha im


Rapozo, Angel
Leshay


Skipper, Lauren Smith, Brittany
Danielle Heather


Jernigan, Mary- Johnson, Diquan
Roselyn Dawn Schekel


Lane,
Jordan Marie


McKinnie, Ran- Miller,
dolph Lee Austin Paul.


Padgett, Trenton Parmer, Robert
Payne Francis


Sadler, Megan
Vanessa


Schweers,
Carole Noel


So, Jinhee Sorey, Delicia
Renee'


Sorey, Tiara Sumner, Taylor, Brittany


Carlisha


Christina
Morgan


Baccalaureate Wednesday,
May 23 at 6 p.m. at the Baptist
College of Florida
Graduation Tuesday, May
29 at 6 p.m. in the Graceville
High School Gym
Class Officers:
President Tiaria Sorey
Vice President Mary-Rose-
lyn Jerigan


Nichole


Vickers,
Garrett Keith


Secretary Nole Schweers
Treasurer Wyntera Pittman
Reporter Lauren Skipper
Class Flower Orange Ger-
ber Daisy
Class Song "Never Alone"


Congratulations
to all local Seniors!


Kyle
Hudson
Candidate for
Holmes I
CoUnlm Clerk
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Waddell, Wheatley, White, Trelencia White, Williams, Willis,
Katlynn Yvonne Lindsey Marie Yashanea Zia Tianna Ali Devonte Nicole Joyce


Chelsey Frances
Adkins


Trelandon
Jamall Baker


Ciara JoAnna Dustin Ray
Baxley Baxley


LaCresha
Chandler Nicole Kendall Leeann Ty'teanna Magen Lynn
Braxton Braxton BryantCaruso
Bryant


William Floyd Brianna Latreka
Collier III Curl.


Valerie Renee
D'Ambrosio


Megan Ashleigh Makayla Nicole
Davis Deese


Justin Tyler Sharice Narvell Chelsea Alanna
Drummond Forward Fowler


Brandon
Dewayne Franklin


Presley Nicole
Goucher
me


Anthony Lee
Minella


Kelly Lynn Hill Jalan Bernard
Johnson


Caroline
Marjaree' Odom


Devante Durell
Oliver


Brianna Danielle
Jones


Johnny Quinton
Parrish


Katelynn
Elizabeth Lewis


Anna Joelle
Perkins


Sarah Elizabeth
Linton


Xin Mia
Re' Yash' Enna
Posev


Brandon Lee
Martinez


Raymond Taylor Lawrence Lee Kristen Michelle
Powell Raines Reynolds


Jennifer Crystal
Ruiz


Brittany William Michael
Michelle Shores Singleton, Jr.


Haley Victoria
Steverson


Kalee Santana Kyle Anthony
Taylor Thomas


Caleb Nicolas
Toole


Latrenda Nicho- Prentice Hakeem
le Washington Webb


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Fredrica
Chi'mere White


T'Kyia Toshee
White


Toby Allen
Whitehead


Graduation May 29 at 8 p.m. in gymnasium
Baccalaureate May 23 at 7 p.m.
Class Flower Orange Daisy
Class Motto "Only as high as we reach can we grow. Only as far as we seek
can we go. Only as deep as we look can we see. Only as much as we dream can
we be."
Class Colors Blue and Silver
Class Song "Do I Make You Proud" by Taylor Hicks
Class Officers:
Ciara Baxley President
Joelle Perkins -Vice President
Chandler Braxton Secretary
Sharice Forward Treasurer
Jennifer Ruiz Chaplain
Sponsor Heather Braxton


Drake Lee
White


Ian Sinclair
White


Tyler Lee
Williams




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Campbellton FI of Maintenance Diploma/GED & with pantry, laundry 8140-Vans
32426 (866)314-3769 PC/Internet needed! room, master bedroom o8150 commercial
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to Toe. Available at Ace 8245 Boat Slips & Docks
signments. Hardware, The Home Great Pay & Benefits tached grilling deck. A 8310-Aircraft/Aviation
Mason Auction & Depot & Short employment must see at $1500/mth 8320o-ATV/ORoadvehicles
Sales LLC #AB2766 HomeDepotcocommitment required plus security deposit. 8330- Camrs&Trailers
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850-849-0792 Gerald Lawn-mowers, farm 1 8110
Mason and garden equipment, 6170 1990 Ford Van
www.masonauction.com golf carts, satellites for 2 Bdr 2Balh Mobile H I j I T .
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June 6-7, 2012, 3475 /0 ,, :1 i-.. :1, ,:,, A I .1
Ashley Rd., Montgom- J,.I:il, ji l ,I.. :I..i:.1 : : ,1
e r y A la b a m a C r a w le r ,, ,.-_ .._.. , : :
tractors & loaders, hy- 1 3310 ,,, .,:,SINESS & FIA,:.:l: -
draulic excavators, ar- WANTED;
ticulating dumps, Musical Instruments of 5100 -Business .
roll-offs and any kind in any condi- Opportunitles
truck-tractors, motor tion. Piano,banoes,5110- Money to Lend 2 BR '. BA Mobile
scrapers & graders, drums, guitars, amps. H '" -"
loader backhoes, LESSONS. Covington i J-, -
wheel loaders, forklifts, Music, Chipley. | 51 0:10 Chvroll ::
trenchers, skid steers, 850-638-5050. "
paving & compaction, ATTEND COLLEGE I'' .,: ',
rollers, trin-tandem & ONLINE from Home. -,
single axle dumps, low- Medical *Business
boys, skidders, feller /\ *Criminal Justice, ,,*:i ,i "i:. I i ..i i
bunchers, log loaders *Hospitality. Job place- : ..: 4'
& trailers, farm tractors, ment assistance. Com- '.: .. .. .. .
travel trailers. Over 600 puter available. Finan- G '* - ol Bad Credil?
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4130 Employment 1 I
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| 322-0 F Contractors: $1000 H,-.. .Aspen Lmimed
B&B Furniture 1342 I Sign- On Bonus! I I :. i. :I ..' '.':'i':"
North RR Avenue, Fuel/ Hotel dis- 850 699 9464
Chipley. We pay cash counts Regional th
for clean, quality furni- Runs. Wages Pond: Near wth power
ture. and some appli-I Flatbed. CDLA, 1 yr 6100Business/ Sunny Hills. SW 3br everything.
ances 850-557-0211 or verif. Experience 11 Commercial 2ba, All appliances, Heated front seats
850-5- or venf. Experience 6110- Apartments (both power) and
850-415-6866 Ask for hauling pipe. Bech Rntals screened porch, dock, b 2h pwr ad
Pasco or Carolyn 586-920-0181 6130- Condoownhouse carport. $555 month + bucket heated 2nd
6140 House Rentals Deposit 850-233-4636 row with full 3rd
EarnEa income' 610- Roommate Wanted TextFL09639 to 56654 ow
Looking for working 6160 Rooms for Rent DVD system w/ 4
3 30 I L n working 6170 Mobile Home/Lot 1 head sets. New
3230 people whoalready 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals Brakes all the way
Big Yard Sale have a job who want 610 Timeshare Rentals Bkiea around and new
Saturday-6/2/12, to make an extra 6200 Vacation Rentals 6190 around and new
7:00a.m. Orange Hill $1000/mth.Please Westgate Condo's an accident! All
Rd. Chipley. Games, call 850-326-3554 Gatlinburg TN. Large 2 scheduled
clothes-size 6/8, house- elp Needed bd/2ba, lots of ameni- maintenance done
hold items, books, lawn Hep N d 6100 ties, indoor water park. through Dodge
mower, wheel barrow Part Time Jobs June 3-10, 2012. $500. Dealer. Great sound
tools. Teens & Adults and if Executive 850-257-3107 system w/ atellte
you like to work with Office -Radio, the back can
ESTATE SALE kids safety programs fce hba
House, furniture, patio, and Florida Play It Safe ce for ren listen to their Own
refrigerator, & much Educational Expo and downtown Chlpley. All musc/movie through AVN
more. Final Estate other promotional real util. Incld 638-1918 the headsets, while
Sale! estate and land and the front listens to
2340 Deadening Rd water management. their own! 20 inch r C talHea
Sunny Hills. Sponsored by MPE & custom wheels.
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- -- -- Call 850-326-9109 for System, wheel Accenture. Association Studios.,
# more information. 2 bedroom furnished u10 s drive with tong BrandtInformation Services. Do
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HELPWANTED upstairs apartment 7110 Beach Home/ package Correctional Healthcare Cu
Huge Moving Sale Immediate Opening Bobbye Cole 7120 Commercial excellent condition. l Power
Sat June 2 &3, 8-2. for a technician, no (850)844-0078. 7130 FarmndoTownhouse 88,000 miles (mostly Hewlett Packard.sIBM Infini
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collectible, clothes, Apply at Chipley Townhouse for rent. 7180-Investmen wllemai photos
some furniture, little Physical Therapy or No pets. Deposit, refer- Property
of everything all fax resumes to ences required. 843 8th 7190- ,eal'Es tate
MUST GO!. 850-415-1967 St, Chpley. 638-1918 7200 Timeshare
912 Carol Court 8140
Chipley Temporary laborers Ridgeaood 2000 Dodge Ram T- h e
--. -.- .- for fence project near I Apartments I 1500 Conversion Van
June 1 & 2, 1273 Bonifay. Must be ableBonifay 715 wheelchair lift. Call
South Blvd., Chipley, to lift a least 75 lbs., bedroom Acre of land for sale (850)773-5511, oe.
Studio & 2 bedroom Acre of land for sale (850)773-5511,Joe.
8a.m.-til. Misc. Items have basc carpentry units $350-450/mo. Hwy 177A, Bonifay
from moving sale, 55 skills and have reliable City utilities (863)7736155
galfishtank furniture. transportation. Vald ID tle(863)773-6155 Need a a n d
Required. Job will startI clu-ded. I For Sale By Owner
LARGE ABANDONED mid-June and should L .(850)55777 21+ Acres In Gracevlle helping
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big Flea Market, but Equal Opportunity Em- In Steelecity off 231, hand?
yard sale prices. Friday player (912)270-5123. Alford. Please call Advertise in
& Saturday June 1 & 2 6140 (850)252-2170,
8:OOAM- 5:00PM Lo- (850)614- 1120 the Help w e e k
cated on the bypass 2BD/1BA House. (850)394-8516.
(Maple Avenue) Ge- 4130 901 Main St Chipley. Wanted
neva, AL. Near Court-Apply Now, 12 Drivers $595 mth. Security Reduced Price! Wan
house. Needed Top 5% Pay 2 depo $575. Available Two 8 acres on Bedie Section in the a s s
MM n Sale Dnng Mos. CDL Class A Dri- 5/10. Call Rd, Two 9 acres on
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Tom 4- 6 PM for ap- No experience needed! FOR RENT
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only. (888)368-1964 ,i,,i, ,,, i 20 Acres .L. ..- L :
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miscellaneous. Fleet Volvo Tractors! 1 .,, .
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012


NEWS IN BRIEF
STAFF F:-F PT

Ed Johnson. heavy equip-
ment I krr.Flr. was surprised
when hb pulld the giant scoop
of earth from the basement he
was deingm "What is that'" he
thought. "An old whiskey bar-
rel or a wooden box of some
kind?" He jumped offhis back-
hoe to investigate. As he ap-
proached, his mind was racing.
He could see that the wooden
box was hadly dl ..% L J and full
Of 1 ,,Ui u..li; .', Il. iot closeCr,
he could make out a sword, an
old canteen and remnants of an
.hll inilh.ir\ 0 t1l.f.rin W while sift-
nii ilihro',,ih 0ilt bti he found a
hbigl. I.'lti,'d p.'p.rs and some
irinlrar, badges. It appeared to
be the belongings of a soldier of
some kind. lie spent the rest of
the day collecting and examin-
ing the items he had found. He
needed to find out more.
The next iiuirinigi hI.
stopped by the lole i ,I L Llii p
to ask questions about the lot he
was digging on, He slopped at
the right plabe Three elderly
gentlemen were swapping sto-
nes as thley did every morning.
Ed approached the group and
asked if thty were from the
area. I hr all laughed and said
"Who's asking"" Ed explained
that he was building a new
house on a lot he recently pur-
chased and told them where it
was. One L.lntll...n said, "Oh,
you mean the old Norris place ?
Thai place was dcmolishcd over
5$0 %L .ir a..I' Rc r.'l In srllFI Ilu
vviE IuLm. Edl %% m in. i ul
he hadn't realized here hMad
bcn'a a house there "Place
caught fire in the 194I's. 1 was
just a school boy at the time
no one was home. but the place
was a total loss. The charred
remains sat there for 4 or 5
years before it was cleaned up.
I walked past that place twice a
day, live days a week, back and
forth from school. Went all the
way to the Ith grade," the fel-
low said with a smile. "After
that. no one ever rebuilt on the
lot, I'm glad to see somebody's
doing ....>nuihi., with i, Go
down and I.1k i11 Larry at the
court house. lie can pull the plat
book and tell you all about it."
The old guy was right. Larry
was a wealth of information.
The original farm house was
built by Elsie and Thomas Lit-
lie back in 1845. They moved
out and sold to -.ti.jh Miller in
1833. Then in 1916, the place
was sold to Henry Norris who
tore down the existing two-
ronm farm lhousi and built a
new house That Imuse burned
down in 1943
All of this was great info,
now what about the military
items? Ed needed to find out
exactly what they were. When
Ed learned that the Treasure
Hunters were coming to town.
he thought this would be his
chance to learn more about
the items he had found. The
advertisement had said that
the experts would offer advice
on any antique and collectible
iltenms and 1hey would do it f0t
fre, It also said that they would
make olTers to purchase items,
lie wasn't interested in selling.
but you never know. It.' if the
price is right, who knows?
Ed walked into the hotel
where the show was and fol-
lowed the signs to the meeting
room with great anticipation.
"My heart was actually beat-
ing at twice the normal rate," he
said. "As soon as [ walked in I
was welcomed to the show and
gi.1ul a number. They said it
would he About I0 minutes uni-
il they would call my number,
While I waited. I looked at all
the unusual antiques on display
There were old toys, coins, sil-
ver tea sets and old metal signs.
There was even a sword simi-
lar to mine. My number was
called and it was the moment
I'd been waiting for. I would
finally learn about the items I
had found."
Ed continued, "almost im-
mediately after I sat down,
tIrg tlhe antique gWlt was as
sigiiL.l i1 assist me said. 'h y
TiLL, t %sl War sword and bu-
gle. Where did you get ihem?'
I told him my story and he said
the tirni|, most likely buried
the items in honor of the sol-
dier who owned them,. and who
most ;ikelr fought in the C'ivil
War." The soldier's uniform, or
what was leOt of it, the sword
and other items would have
been distributed by the Union
Army. The items were that of
an infantry soldier and dated at
around 19l6. Because a bugle
was found, this soldier was
most lik.I) the company bugle
boy, Most hbugler. were young
boys, Als. Atle h.i, in the col-
lIction would have fit a very
small head that of a 12 to 14
year old boy.
Circle also explained that
since the uniform, sword and
other items were together, the
soldier most surely suerived the
war and returned home. Ed re-
flected that "learning about the
itclems was s ry ir.li.-lrinig and
dLlinil,.I; worlh i.. t lip The
entire collection was valued at
S2.20, Most of the value was
the sword and the bugle I de-
cided to take pictures and sell
the collcction. I had a great time


learning about it and thought it
should be in a Civil War enthu-
siast's collection. I'm actually
having a small monument made
in honor of the find and utiirrng
ii at It h exact location where it
was found."


reassure hunters are coRTISEMENTng to Chpley
Treasure Hunters are coming to Chipley


BY DAVID MORGAN
STAFF WRITER

Got Booy'? If you have a
coffee can full of old coins, an
old guitar or maybe the costume
jewelry your aunt gave you.
it's time to bring it out of hid-
ing. This week, Treasure Ilunt-
ers will be in town and want to
see what you have. These Trea-
sure Hunlers aren't armed with
a shovel and metal detector.
rather their weapon of choice is
their expertise and the collec-
tors they buy for. You see, these
guys know all about diamonds.
coins, antiques and collect-
ible, musical instruments and
an uhing that's old. They are
asking you to bring your booty


and make your best deal. These
guys pay cash for just about
anything that's old. The items
they buy go straight to collec-
tors all over the world. How
much is a 1960 Giibson Les Paul
worth? Well, to some. it might
be worth a couple hundred dol-
lars but to a serious collector it
could be worth thousands, even
ten's of thousands. These guys
are buying for these collectors.
They pay more for the Ihinll.
their collectors wanl.
The event is free to attend
and there is no oblj,.si.n'i to
sell jnI hin rl, If it's information
you want, Ihat won't ca"l you a
thing. But be prepared as an of-
fer to purchase your treasures is
highly likely, About eighty per-


cent of the stuff that comes into
the show is purchased by these
hungry treasure hunters.
,LLt'rdlinl to the Treasure
Hunters I talked to. the wail
time to get your items looked
at is usually a half hour or less.
Once there, your items will be
examined, identified and an of-
fer will quickly follow. Then
it's up to you...do I sell, do I
hold out for more or do I walk?
The whole thing sounds like a
lot of fun and might put some
p) ii. L in your pocket. So dil up
that booty and head down to the
show. You might have the ireca
Sur L Ih,. have been looking for!


ABOVE A customer brought in his fl ti" 's coin cr:.lle-:l .r 'hIl.-i he hod
inherited. He was r:'ie': ,rir.'l s'jurDr;sd ..i'h his :I.?er and decided to
sell the jlle-'i jr" He said that the money would go towards a down
payment on o house for his family.


WE WANT TO
BUY ANY TYPE
OF GOLD
YOU HAVE
GOLD .:-.' T AT
$ .' PER OZ
IT'S TIME TO SELL!


1996. Back
was around


Hi, I'm
Archic -
I've been
a Trea-
sure Hunt-
er since
then, gold
S22' per


oz.-now it's six limes
that. Gold has never been
this high and may never
be again in my lifetime.
Back in the 1980's,
gold and silver soared in
price, but soon fell back
to rock bottom. Well, ill's
a seller's market righl
now. The 1wr world
economy and weak dol-
lar have increased prices
to all-time highs. M1 ad-
vice to people is to sell
now at the high side.
Man> people have
gold in their jewelry box
and donl' realize how
valuable it really is. If
you've got old rings,
necklaces, mismatched
earrings or even gold
teeth just sitting in a
dresser drawer, dig it out
and bring it in. You will
be surprised just how
much we can pay you.


Old Coins and


Paper Currency

Did you know that the United Slates started minI
ing coins in 1 -' All coins re worth ..,-l ..
old silver -I:.ll,: half ,:.,: -,:. quarters and dimes
made before 1965 are mostly silver and worth many
limes i heir face value A ..'i i l coin from Ihe ear-
ly 1900'5 could be worth $2,000 or more to -.ll. :
orts. 1( you have any older coins or :l..l". currency
please come see us We ... buy one coin or million


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: I'- ..' i coins since I wos o child.
can't '.v1 o vi si wilh 'yu and examine
your old coins and ioper currency.
i ., be ho 'esl ond ?ar wibh you and
pay you a.s much as I can for yoar oad
coins. I have purchased r. r of d i-
lors worlr of coins front people I over the world.


5 DAY BUYING EVENT

AY 29TH-JUNE 2ND
TUESDAY-FRIDAY 9A ,.-6P SATURDAY 9,,,-4l.m

QUALITY INN
1 130 .." 1 ... I ( ''il i F *: -

DIRECTIONS 850 c '",..:
INFORMA7ION 217 '. 7767


What kind of things are
they looking for?

I'm Tony, and I qet asked this


question a lot. I usually say,
it's ,..-J or old, -he,- will prob-
ably be interested in it." I know that's a vague
answer, so here's a list thai 'i._lit ,-e icou
thinking:

Gold je.'.eir,. Costume Jewelry, Dia-
monds, Silver Coins, Si'..er D:li'..rs,
Gold Coins, Old Paper Ci.irrer:,-. 'ld
Wvhear Pennies, Old Pocket Watches,
Toys mode before 1970, Wrist Watch-
es, Foreign Coins, Silver Bullir, Sler-
in.- Silver, Bacbie Dolls. Tonka Trucks,
Coin C o l.:r,:. A:A...,is,.,, S gnr!".
Old Guitars, Saxophones, All Musical
Instruments, Comic Bxlc.s Hisoiic.l
Documents, Oil Paintings



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WANTED
We pay for any instrument, including guitars,
saxophones, clarinets, flutes, drums, cymbals,
french horns, tubas and bass guitars,


BUYING ALL POCKET WATCHES

AND WRISTWATCHES
We are one of the largest pocket watch and
wristwatch buyers in the world. We deal in
all makes and models, including:

MARTIN BRAUN, BREITLING, CARTIER,
LECOULTRE, OMEGA, PATEK PHILIPPE,
ROLEX, TIFFANY & CO., VACHERON &
CONSTANTIN, HAMILTON, ILLINOIS











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