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Wednesday, MAY 29, 2013

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breaking news, visit
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IN BRIEF
School board calls
special meeting
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
School Board will hold
a special meeting at
4 p.m. today in the
boardroom of the
Administration Building
in Chipley. The board
will hear presentations
from the architectural
firms of DAG Architects
Inc., Paul A. Donofro
& Associates Architects
and Hatch Mott
MacDonald. The
architects will be
discussing plans for
the new Kate M. Smith
Elementary School.

Choctawhatchee
Catfish Round-Up
CARYVILLE The
Choctawhatchee
Catfish Round-Up
will be held May
31 to June 1 at the
Choctawhatchee River
Landing on U.S. 90 in
Caryville.
The round-up starts at
4 p.m. on Friday and
concludes at noon on
Saturday, June 1.
Entry fee is $50 and
prizes include $750
for first place, $500
for second place and
$250 for third-place
winners. There will
be a $ 1 00 prize for
the largest flathead
and a $1 00 prize for
first place in the youth
division.
For more information,
call Steve Herrington
at 624-9504 or Bobby
Taunton at 849-1621.

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INDEX
Opinion ........................... A4
Outdoors......................... A6
Sports .............................. A7
Extra............................... BI......
Faith .................. ............ B4
Obituaries ....................... B5
Classifieds....................... B6


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Board OKs pay increase


Board moves next

meeting up one

week to June 20
By RANDAL SEYLER
638-0212 @WCN_HCT
rseyler@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY It was a mar-
athon Board of County
Commissioners meeting
Thursday as the commissioners
discussed a wide variety of top-


ics for more than four hours.
The board seemed to agree
on very little, but they did vote
unanimously to increase act-
ing county administrator David
Corbin's pay by 15 percent, to be
retroactive to his taking over as
interim "point of contact" for the
county commissioners.
"I was just thinking what a
good job David has done. He has
moved a lot of things forward
in just a short time," Chairman
Alan Bush said. "I would like to
see us compensate him."
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THE BRAVE NEVER DIE


RANDAL SEYLER I The News
Americans observed Memorial Day on Monday, which is a day set aside to
remember the nation's fallen soldiers and sailors. Chipley Am Vets Post 7 held a
ceremony Memorial Day morning, along with the Chipley High School JROTC
cadets, placing flags on the graves of veterans in Glenwood Cemetery.



Kiwanis Club inducts new members

Local man tells of upcoming trip to Kenya


Special to The News
CHIPLEY The Chipley Ki-
wanis Club inducted two new
members and heard about a
local resident's
upcoming trip
to Kenya when
the club met
on May 21.
Club Presi-
dent Jan Page
and Member-
CALEB ship Chairman
CHRISTMAS David Solger
inducted two
new members into the Kiwanis
Club: Debra Moxley and Justin
McGowen. McGowen works
locally for a financial company
while attending Chipola State
College. Moxley lives in Mari-
See KIWANIS A2


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Debra Moxley and Justin McGowen are inducted into the
Kiwanis Club by Jan Page and David Solger.


County Extension
Director Julie
Dillard presented
Washington
County's new
agricultural
extension agent
Mark Maudlin to
the Washington
County Board of
Commissioners on
Thursday.

RANDAL SEYLER I The News


Health director

discusses

mosquito risks

By CECILIA SPEARS
547-9414 @WCN_HCT
cspears@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY Washington County and Holmes
County Health Department Director Rick Da-
vis told Bonifay Kiwanis Club members about
mosquitoes, mosquito-borne illnesses and the
role the health department plays in education.
"As you all know, Florida has a climate that
is conducive to mosquitoes," Davis said at the
*May 21 Kiwanis meeting.
See MOSQUITO A2

TIPS ON
MOSQUITO
REPELLENT USE
Always read
label directions
carefully for the
approved usage before you
apply a repellent.
Products with
concentrations of up
to 30 percent DEET are generally
recommended. Other U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency-approved repellents
contain Picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus
or IR 3535. These products are generally
available at local pharmacies. Look for
active ingredients to be listed on the
product label.
Apply repellent to exposed skin, or
onto clothing, but not under clothing.
For children, be sure the repellent
is age-appropriate. According to the
CDC, mosquito repellents containing
oil of lemon eucalyptus should not be
used on children under 3. DEET is not
recommended on children younger than
2 months.
Avoid applying repellents to
children's hands. Adults should apply
repellent first to their own hands and
then transfer it to the child's skin and
clothing.
If additional protection is necessary,
apply a permethrin repellent directly to
your clothing. Again, always follow the
manufacturer's directions.
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MEETING from page Al


Corbin was chosen by the
board last month to fill in as
county administrator until a
replacement for former ad-
ministrator Steve Joyner is
hired.
"This opens a can of
worms," Commissioner
Todd Abbott said. "We have a
lot of other employees in the
county who have done and
are doing the same thing,
stepping up and filling in."
Bush agreed but pointed
out the county administrator
answers to the board, and


it is up to the board to take
care of him. "Those other
employees have supervi-
sors, and I would hope their
supervisors are doing them
right," Bush said. "But this
job reports directly to us.
We're his supervisor and I
think we should take care of
him."
Bush made the motion
they increase Corbin's pay
by 15 percent and Com-
missioner Charles Brock
seconded the motion for
discussion.


"We're starting a prec-
edent here," Commissioner
Joel Pate warned.
"For the record, I have
not askedfor a pay increase,"
Corbin said. "I am just happy
to be able to do what I can for
the employees."
County Attorney Jeff
Goodman advised the board
that in Holmes County, the
policy states if an employee
is working in a higher posi-
tion than his own in a tempo-
rary capacity for more than
10 days, then the employee


gets paid at that higher rate
of pay.
"There's nothing in our
policies about that," Com-
missioner Lynn Gothard
said.
"That's something we re-
ally should fix," Bush said.
The commissioners then
voted unanimously to grant
Corbin the temporary pay
increase.
County Extension Direc-
tor Julie Dillard presented
Washington County's new
agricultural extension agent


Mark Maudlin to the com-
missioners on Thursday. The
salaries of extension office
personnel are split between
the state and the county, so
Dillard submitted Maudlin's
employment to the board for
approval.
"He's an excellent can-
didate, and he already lives
in Chipley," Dillard said of
Maudlin. "He used to be the
Ag. teacher at Graceville."
Maudlin has a wealth of
knowledge in animal sci-
ence, agronomy, food and


resource economics and ag-
ricultural education.
"Mr. Maudlin will make a
great addition to the Wash-
ington County Extension Of-
fice," Bush said.
The board members also
voted to change the June
meeting date to June 20 due
to a conflict with The Flori-
da Association of Counties'
2013 annual Conference and
Educational Exposition in
Tampa.
The board's next work-
shop will be held on June 19.


MOSQUITO from pace Al


"They thrive in the warm,
moist climate. There are
more than 3,000 different
species of mosquito and can
be found almost any where
in the world, including as far
as Antarctica."
Davis said only female
mosquitoes bite, and they do
not need blood to survive.
"Mosquitoes actually
eat mostly nectar," he said.
"Females are the only ones
that bite and draw blood. For
some strange reason, they
need the blood in order to
reproduce."
Another little known fact,
Davis said, is that they pre-
fer the blood of birds and
smaller animals to humans.


"We have flocks of
chicken that we draw blood
from to find out what's go-
ing around in this area," he
said. "Last year, the state of
Florida only had one case of
Eastern equine encephalitis
virus; it just so happened to
be in Holmes County."
He said the EEE virus is
rare to contract because it
has to be transmitted direct-
ly from horse or exotic bird
to human, not from human
to human.
"It also helps that mos-
quitoes don't like to travel,"
Davis said. "Mosquitoes will
only travel up to 1 mile from
the area they were born."
He said the one illness to


truly be wary of is West Nile
virus because it is more com-
monly found in our area.
"In humans, symptoms
typically begin three to 14
days after being bitten and
can cause serious illnesses
in the elderly and those with
compromised immune sys-
tems," Davis said. "It should
be taken seriously because
it still has a 3 to 15 percent
mortality rate."
He said there were 69
cases of West Nile virus last
year, and it was concentrat-
ed in the panhandle area of
Florida.
An odd occurrence, Da-
vis said, was the reappear-
ance of the dengue virus in


2010 after being absent in
the United States for some
time.
"The virus seemed to iso-
late itself in southern Flori-
da," he said. "There was one
confirmed case in Okaloosa
County, though they were
able to confirm later that
they contracted the virus
from visiting somewhere
else."
The health department's
objective, he said, is "mini-
mizing the number of human
illnesses and deaths due to
mosquito-borne illnesses."
"Routine spraying is up
to the local government
body, and there are grants
available to help fund these


endeavors," Davis said. "We
put out public notices when
need be, which is usually af-
ter a natural disaster such as
a flood or hurricane in which
the mosquitoes become a
strong issue. FEMA would
not get involved until aerial
spraying is required during
a declared emergency."
TIPS TO STOP MOSQUITOES
FROM MULTIPLYING AND
AVOID BITES
Drain water from gar-
bage cans, gutters, buckets,
pool covers, coolers, toys,
flowerpots or any other con-
tainers where sprinkler or
rain water has collected.
Discard old tires, drums,


bottles, cans, pots and pans,
broken appliances and oth-
er items that aren't being
used.
Protect boats and ve-
hicles from rain with tarps
that don't accumulate water.
Keep swimming pools in
good condition and appro-
priately chlorinated. Empty
plastic swimming pools
when not in use.
Wear shoes, socks and
long sleeves, especially
when working in areas
where mosquitoes are
present.
Cover doors and windows
with screens. Repair bro-
ken screening on windows,
doors, porches and patios.


KIWANIS from page Al


anna with her husband and
has experience in many dif-
ferent types of businesses.
The program was pre-
sented by Caleb Christmas.
Christmas will soon depart
for Kenya where he will
work with a non-profit or-
ganization, the Southern
Economic Development Or-
ganization, to improve the
lives and standards of living
of poor, rural Kenyans.
About 75 percent of the all
Kenyans work in the infor-
mal economic sector, where
most of the poor try to earn
a living through small busi-


nesses. Unfortunately, how-
ever, most Kenyans lack the
necessary skills and knowl-
edge to effectively operate
a small business, and hence
most business endeavors
fail. These failures leave
many rural Kenyans living
on less than $1 a day.
In Kenya, about 70 per-
cent of people make their liv-
ing from livestock and relat-
ed activities, such as poultry
farming. Most people who
are involved in poultry pro-
duction do so at a very small
scale, usually less than 30
birds per household.


For rural families, reli-
ance on agriculture and ag-
ricultural-related products
is a major source of income.
In the semi-arid regions of
Western Kenya, lack of rain-
fall makes the cultivation of
cash crops more difficult.
For small villages with
low infrastructure develop-
ment, these challenges are
greater. Investment in al-
ternative sources of income,
such as improved poultry
production, can help allevi-
ate household shocks and
provide more income to in-
vest in human capital (such


as education and health-
care) and household goods
(such as food and housing).
This is crucial in fighting
poverty and securing the
livelihoods.
In Kenya, chicken pro-
duction in small villages is
common. Therefore, there
is a role for organizations
and government to play in
improving chicken produc-
tion using a combination of
advanced knowledge and
technology.
Christmas will work with
a group of widows who are
trying to run a small poultry


operation. The name of the
project is SPIReT, or Solv-
ing Poverty in Real-Time.
SPIReT will teach the wid-
ows some business skills,
link them with outside ex-
perts via a virtual business
center that connects them
with the outside world, and
offer a small amount of fi-
nancing at no interest rate.
Christmas will also assist
the widows' operation with
information to more effec-
tively bargain and, if needed,
with transportation of their
produce. When successful,
the group will share its best-


practices with other villages,
and the widows can serve as
mentors to other groups.
SPIReT is linked back to
experts in the United States
through Valdosta State Uni-
versity in Georgia.
The Kiwanis Club meets
Tuesday at Patillo's res-
taurant in the middle of the
WHTC campus at noon. For
an invitation, contact any
Kiwanian or David Solger,
membership chairperson at
638-1276. For more informa-
tion about the Kiwanis Club
of Chipley, visit www.Chi-
pleyKiwanis.com.


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Panhandle Watermelon Festival Pageant nears


Special to The News

CHIPLEY The 57th
annual Panhandle
Watermelon Pageant will be
at the Washington County
Ag. Center at 6:30 p.m. June
7 and June 8.
The entry fee is $55
and there is an additional
$10 fee for the photogenic
competition, this is limited
to one photo per contestant.
All proceeds will go to


the Panhandle Watermelon
Festival. This is an open
pageant. Miss contestants
must be a Florida
resident. Applications are
available in Graceville at
Bush Paint and Supply,
in Bonifay at Forget me
Not Photography and in
Chipley at the Washington
County Ag-Extension
office. Applications must
be turned in by May 10 and
can be mailed to Panhandle


Watermelon Pageant, C/O
Bush Paint and Supply,
971 Sixth Ave, Graceville,
FL 32440. The applications
may also be dropped off at
Bush Paint and Supply in
Graceville.
Winners will receive a
large trophy, large crown
and banner. Alternates and
participants will receive
trophies. Queens should
be prepared to participate
in the Watermelon Festival


activities to include the
parade as well as other
activities related to the
festival. Door admission
is $5 per adult and applies
to all individuals with the
exception of contestants.
Admission is free for
children 3 and younger.
There will be a People's
Choice Award winner in
each age division. This
has no effect on the overall
winners. Contestants from


each age division who
collect the most money
will win the People's
Choice Title for that age
division and will receive
a trophy at the pageant.
Picture packages will be
available by Forget Me Not
Photography of Bonifay.
For more information, call
Teresa Bush daytime at 263-
4744 or evenings at 263-3072
or call Sherry Saunders
evenings at 263-3554.


Miss Firecracker Pageant set for June 29


Special to The News

VERNON The annual
Miss Firecracker Pageant
will be at 1 p.m. June 29
at the Vernon Community
Center.
Sign in will begin at 11
a.m. Attire for this pageant
is formal (no Heirloom).
The following titles will be
awarded:
Baby Miss: birth to
walking (must be held)
Toddler Miss: walking
up to 24 months
Tiny Tot: ages 2-3
Future Little Miss:
ages 4-5
Little Miss: ages 6-7
Young Miss: ages 8-9
Pre-Teen: ages 10-12
Teen Miss: ages 13-14


* Junior Miss: ages child holds a current title,


15-16
Miss Firecracker:
ages 17-21 (never married
and no children)
Ms. Firecracker:
any age (single, divorced,
married with or without
children)
Little Miss Indepen-
dence: birth through age 9
Miss Independence:
ages 10 and older.
All winners will receive a
sash, crown and trophy ex-
cept for Baby Miss, which
will receive a bib, crown,
and trophy.
All contestants ages 10
and younger will receive a
crown. There will be a tro-
phy for 1st and 2nd runner-
ups in all categories. If you


they are welcome to com-
pete in the next category
this year.
None of the judges for
this pageant are local. To
compete in the photogenic
category, the application
and photo must be turned
in no later than 24 hours be-
fore the pageant. No photos
will be accepted the day of
the pageant. Photos must
be at least a 4-by-6 but no
larger than an 8-by-10.
Winners will receive a
trophy. There will be no
shifting of age groups on
the day of the pageant. For
more information, call the
Vernon City Hall at 535-
2444 or Laura Brewer at
326-8738.


BRIEF
from page Al
Washington County
Planning Department
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Planning Commission
will hold a workshop at
on June 4, immediately
following the regular
Planning Commission
Meeting at 5 p.m., in
the County Government
Annex Meeting Room,
1331 South Blvd.,
Chipley.
The subject of the
workshop is to review
the Future Land Use
Maps.
The Planning
Commission will
accommodate
handicapped and
disabled persons who
wish to attend this
meeting. Contact the
Planning Department
at 415-5093 at least
48 hours before the
meeting date to make
arrangements.

McFatter, Owens
reunion set
CHIPLEY McFatter,
Owens cousin reunion
will be June 8 at the
Bonnett Pond Fellowship
Hall, next to the Bonnett
Pond Church.
Everyone come and
see all the pictures we
collected last year and
an update on your
family tree. Bring your
best dishes and deserts.


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HB 269: The right direction


for Florida forests


As a Florida
landowner and forester,
I appreciate that state
lawmakers value the
importance of the timber
industry in our state.
Claiming 48 percent of
Florida's land
mass, generating
approximately $5
billion of our gross
domestic product
(GDP) and $581
million in local,
state and federal
tax revenue,
our forests EV
are a critical Guest
contributor to the
state's economy.
During Florida's 2013
Legislative Session, Rep.
Halsey Beshears and
Sen. Greg Evers worked
to preserve the forest
industry by passing
sensible legislation to
help our economy and
environment. House Bill
269 requires that state
and local government
agencies use Florida
wood products when
building new schools,
community parks, and
renovating government
buildings as long as the
wood is equal in price
and quality. In short, if
you can find it in Florida,
you buy it in Florida.
Encouraging agencies
to use Florida timber for
construction projects
will benefit foresters,
the timber and logging
industries, and domestic
markets.
HB 269 also allows
state governments and
local municipalities
to choose from a
myriad of options
when implementing a


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sustainable building code
instead of endorsing a
single sustainable rating
system in Florida Statute.
Agencies may determine
which system best aligns
with their construction
needs on a
project-by-project
S^ basis, ensuring a
level playing field
for green building
systems. Having
the freedom to
choose the best
D sustainable
ETT building code
lumnist is important as
more than 2.4
million acres of Florida
timber is certified
through credible, well-
respected programs
like Sustainable
Forestry Initiative (SFI)
and American Tree
Farm System (ATFS).
Certification standards
have been used for more
than two decades by local
foresters and landowners
to protect forests from
destructive practices and
ensure wood products are
environmentally friendly.
I have worked in the
field of forestry for many
years, and my family
has been in the forest
industry all my life.
Additionally, I obtained
my baccalaureate degree
in forestry with a focus
on forest management.
As a faithful steward of
our woodlands, I am well
aware of the burdens
caused by some "green"
building systems, such as
LEED, which refuse to
recognize more than 99
percent of Florida-grown

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Remembering Memorial Day


Memorial Day has just passed,
and it is always encouraging to see
local veteran's organizations pay due
respect to this important celebration.
Memorial Day,
originally called
Decoration Day, is the .
day when our nation
honors all American
Servicemen who gave
their lives for their
country. Although it
began to honor those PERRY'S
who died in the Civil PRATTLE
War, it now includes Perry Wells
all those who died in
all the wars.
Since the end of World War I,
Memorial Day has also been known
as Poppy Day. Ex-service men sell
small, red artificial poppies to help
disabled veterans. The custom has
grown to include many families who
individually decorate the graves of
their veteran loved ones on Memorial
Day with flowers and miniature
United States Flags.
Longtime reader James Vernon
Lewis, a Chipley native now
residing in Virginia, sent a packet of
information to the Prattler a year ago
regarding the history and custom
of the Poppy, including pictures of
Arlington National Cemetery adorned
with the symbolic patriotic flower.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Jim and Jesse McReynolds, flanked by Perry and Hester Wells, showing
the gigantic decorated cake and the hand crafted clock prepared by
Ken Ruth for this special event.


The writer spent much of his life
promoting bluegrass festivals on
Memorial Day weekends. Many of our
visitors were veterans, who brought
Motor Homes, Travel Trailers and


other methods of camping for the
weekend in the Northwest Florida
Campground. Some veterans

See PRATTLER A5


Where did Pepper Town get its name?


A former student of
mine, Pam Long, asked
me at the beauty shop
last week if I could tell her
where Pepper Town got its
name. Some of us
old timers still use
that name to refer
to North Bonifay,
where Highway BL
173 north and
Highway 177 west
intersect Highway
79 north. I am not HAPPY
sure when that HazelW
name came into
use, but it was before I
can remember. I have
always understood that it
was referred to as Pepper
Town since it was a "hot"
place. When prohibition
was enacted because of
the political pressure from
rural protestants and the
Anti-saloon League in
1920, the inability to buy
legal whiskey brought
about moonshining and
bootleg whiskey sales. (It
also led to more organized
crime and racketeering.)
I am sure, however, that
moonshine was frequently
made because of economic
conditions in rural areas,
such as Holmes and
Washington counties as it
was in the mountains of
north Georgia, Kentucky
and Tennessee even before
Prohibition.
From what I have
heard from the previous
generation, Pepper Town
used to be a lively place
with several "juke" joints,
bootleg whiskey and "ladies
of the night." My husband


Ce
We


and the Brooks family who
lived just north of Pepper
Town can recall when these
establishments lined the
east side of Highway 79,
so as they walked
to school each day
from their home,
which is still our
home, they always
walked on the
V j west side of the
road. Even in the
CORNER morning, there
Is Tison might still be
revelers hanging
out the doors of the saloons.
In fact, when his two older
sisters, Ruth and Etha
Tison, reached their teen
years, their dad, Ed Tison,
went before the school
board to request that his
children be picked up by the
bus because of the cat calls
and inappropriate language
to these girls as they walked
by morning and afternoon.
Can you picture your
children walking the two
miles to school today?
My dear friend, the late
Betty Jo Helms Brooks,
grew up in Pepper Town.
She was not allowed into
the bars, but she said that
she would often talk to
the "ladies" as they hung
around outside the doors,
and they were always
sweet to her. She recalled
overhearing the adults'
whispers when one of them
would have to go away to a
clinic in Crestview, where
it was known that illegal
abortions were performed.
No one would have dared
to talk about such things in


polite company.
In 1933, when the 21st
amendment repealed the
18th amendment which had
outlawed the production,
transportation and sale
of alcohol, Pepper Town
changed little for several
years. When we moved to
Bonifay in 1951, however,
most of the jukes were
gone. The beer joint on the
northeast corner of the
intersection was still in
business. Mrs. Lou Brown
ran it and her husband ran
the wash-a-teria next door.
That beer hall was later run
by Mrs. Forehand.
My family took the
weekly wash to the Brown's
wash-a-teria. He had
several stations set up
with a wringer washing
machine and three tubs
arranged in a square. The
first tub was for pre-rinsing.
Then, the white clothes
were fed into the washer
with hot water. As they
finished and were fed into
the first rinse, another load
of light coloreds was ready.
This progressed until the
darkest, dirtiest clothes
were done. Then they were
taken home and hung on
the clothes line to dry. I met
my friend Betty Jo Helms
Brooks, whose parents lived
next door, while doing my
laundry and keeping track
of my oldest child. He made
friends with the Brooks'
son, Rusty, through the
fence.
Across the street, Ed
Durant's front room served
as a sort of help-yourself


pub. Customers just
reached in the cooler, got
a cool one and opened it
and sat with the family and
drank it. Though we were
not customers, we often
visited with the Durant
family. Mr. Malcolm Pate
Sr. had a barber shop in
the building next door.
Durant was married to his
daughter, Virginia, and his
son, Malcolm, was one of
Jack Tison's best friends.
North of them was a small
establishment owned by
the Urquhart family. About
the time we moved to town,
Mr. Beall built a large
brick building north of the
Urquhart's for a hardware
store. That building was
used for several businesses
before being demolished,
leaving a large vacant lot.
Where the Chinese
restaurant is now located
was the site of the Hasty's
joint before John Manuel
built a grocery store on
the site. Later, Wallace
Donaldson ran a service
station there for Manuel for
several years. The Manual
home was built next door.
Across the street in the two-
story building was Butler's
Supermarket.
Pepper Town today is
a respectable part of our
little town. The Quick Way
and the Piggly Wiggly still
provide liquid refreshment
to locals and to our visitors
passing through on the way
to the beach. Many have
their own recollections of
this part of Bonifay and
Holmes County.


Letters to the EDITOR


Changing eating habits
can help environment
Dear Editor,
A review of 12,000
papers on climate change
in the May 15 issue of
"Environmental Research
Letters" found that 97
percent of scientists
attribute climate change
to human activities.
Although we're unlikely to
reverse climate change,
we can mitigate its effects
by reducing our driving,
energy use and meat
consumption.
Yes, meat consumption.
A 2006 U.N. report
estimated that meat
consumption accounts for
18 percent of man-made
greenhouse gases. A 2009


article in the respected
World Watch magazine
suggested it may be closer
to 50 percent.
Carbon dioxide, the
principal greenhouse
gas, is generated by
burning forests to create
animal pastures and by
combustion of fossil fuels
to confine, feed, transport
and slaughter animals.
The much more damaging
methane and nitrous
oxide are discharged from
digestive tracts of cattle
and from animal waste
cesspools, respectively.
Each of us has the power
to reduce the devastating
effects of climate change
every time we eat. Our local
supermarket offers a rich
variety of soy-based lunch


meats, hotdogs, veggie
burgers and soy and nut-
based dairy products, as
well as an ample selection
of vegetables, fruits, grains,
and nuts.
Product lists, easy
recipes and transition tips
are at www.livevegan.org.
Sincerely,
Harper Camden
Bonifay


Thanks for the food
donations
Dear Editor,
On behalf of the Chipley
Post Office, the Care and
Share Food Pantry and
the Sheppard's Gate Food
Pantry, I would like to take
this opportunity to thank


the citizens of Washington
County for their generous
donations of food during the
past two weeks.
The final numbers
are in with a total of 9,002
pounds of donated food!
This amount includes what
was donated to the Chipley,
Vernon and Wausau Post
Offices.
I am proud to call myself
a member of a community
that cares so much for its
fellow citizens. If you would
like to make additional
donations, please feel
free to contact me and I
will make the necessary
arrangements.
Thank you Washington
County!
Jennifer Lowery
Chipley






Wednesday, May 29, 2013


Local


Washington County News I AS


PRATTLER from page A4


participated in the local
celebrations of Memorial
Day tributes.
The holiday event in our
town became a tradition
of long standing. The
Wells family continued
participating in the long-
established Memorial Day
Blue Grass Festivals, even
after Norman and Mildred
Brown purchased the park
and continued the popular
musical extravaganza.
On May 24, 1997, the
Chipley Festival paid
tribute to the well known
bluegrass brother's
duo, who established
themselves in the music
world as Jim and Jesse
and the Virginia Boys, then
celebrating 50 years since
their debut on radio at a
Virginia radio station in
1947.
Their names are Jim
and Jesse McReynolds,
and they hail from the
small town of Coeburn,
Va. Fans of this group will
recall their music really
took off in popularity in the
early 1950s when they were
based first in Live Oak, Fla.,
and later, Valdosta, Ga.,
and Prattville, Ala. They
appeared on WTVY-TV
in Dothan, sponsored by
John and Gerald Gause,
the brother's team who
owned a mobile home sales
business in Marianna and
Dothan.
John and Gerald Gause
subscribed to a front-page
display advertising in the
souvenir program prepared
for the May 1997 event in
Chipley John made an
appearance at the festival
and gave a honoring tribute
to this brother's team,
Jim and Jesse, whom he
described as "honorable
and trustworthy gentlemen
as well as talented
musicians."
Many local officials,
including Sheriff Fred
Peel, Superintendent
of Schools, Jerry Tyre


and Circuit Judge Allen
Register, gave glowing
testimonials in the program
booklet, concluding that
this brother's team "have
thrilled the hearts of
millions with their music
and songs."
One of the brothers
made the statement
while in Chipley that
the attention and honor
received here excelled
the honor bestowed upon
them at the recent White
House appearance in the
Nation's Capitol where
a National Award for
musical achievement was
presented.
Sadness invaded the
ranks of the Jim and Jesse
team when Jesse's wife,
Darlene, passed away. A
few years later, Jesse's
son, Keith, who played
in band, succumbed to a
serious illness. Later, after
Jim McReynolds had been
diagnosed with cancer, his
wife, Arretta, died from a
sudden heart attack. She
was the sister of Darlene
McReynolds. Cancer
brought death to Jim a
few months later. Jesse is
carrying on the music as
Jesse McReynolds and the
Virginia Boys
As chairman of the
Panhandle Watermelon
Festival for 30 years, the
bluegrass festival on
Memorial Day weekend
in our town was used a
springboard to advertise
the Watermelon Festival
to be held usually just one
month away. Care was
taken to have the festival
flyers printed in time to get
in the hands of our visitors
on who came for this
mammoth May event.
Something must have
worked, as the Watermelon
Festival seems to have
grown by leaps and bounds
during those years. Tribute
must be paid to its growth
by others interested in
seeing wholesome, family


entertainment presented
at the Watermelon Festival
as well as the bluegrass
shows. Some of these
include Lamar Townsend,
Dalton Carter, W.T. Miller,
Jr. Jimmy Miller, Shelton
Carroll and Roger Jones
(a.k.a. Don Rogers of
WBGC radio fame).
The crowning touch of
my reign as chairman of
the watermelon event came
with the appearance of Del
McCoury Band in 2005.
Attendance soared to new
heights for the entertaining
concert rendered by this
highly acclaimed bluegrass
band. The present
chairman, Judge Colby
Peel, who agreed to take
leadership seven years
ago, has taken the festival
to a new level and with
prospects of even better
things to come.
The entertainment for
the June 28-29 Watermelon
Festival has already been
announced by Chairman
Peel. Heading the Friday
Night event at Pals Park
will be country music
legend, Joe Diffie. There
will be other entertainment.
On Saturday in the air-
conditioned auditorium
at the Agriculture Center,
Dailey and Vincent, one
of the hottest bluegrass
groups in the country,
will be the featured artist.
A local gospel quartet,
consisting of Terry Ellis,
Chris Ellis, Johnny Lane,
Ronnie Davis and daughter
Kim Davis Miller will also
perform on this portion of
the program.
A recent email sent
to the Prattler regarding
Memorial Day included this
reminder: "Thanksgiving
is a day when we pause to
give thanks for the 'things'
we have. Memorial Day is a
day when we pause to give
thanks to the people who
fought and died for those
'things' we have."
See you all next week.


School Board discusses holding


monthly workshops


By CECILIA SPEARS
547-9414 | @WCN_HCT
cspears@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY During the May 21 Holmes
County School Board meeting, all school
board members took into consideration
board member Shirley Owens' proposal
to hold a workshop once a month.
"We've got to look into possible work-
shops," Owens said.
"Our meetings have been concluding
far too quickly lately with most of them
lasting only around 10-15 minutes. One
meeting a month turned into a workshop
would serve well to eliminate these short
meetings."
Chairman Rusty Williams agreed
most school boards hold a workshop dur-
ing the first of the month and their regu-
lar meetings at the end of the month.
"We can look into turning our morning
meetings at the beginning of the month
into workshops and then our evening
meetings can be the regular meeting,"
Williams said. "This is a very common
practice that seems to do well in other
counties. It's something to look into."
The board approved of the revision of
school board policies, 2012-2015 Master
Contract, invoices, warrant list, pay outs
over $3,000, budget amendments, proj-
ect application for District Evaluation


Systems Monitoring and the cooperative
agreement for 2013 Summer Volunteer
Pre-Kindergarten with Littlest Angels.
The board also approved of an over-
night/out-of-state trip for Bethlehem
High School's FFA members to travel to
Orlando and attend the FFA State Con-
vention from June 10-14.
Superintendent Eddie Dixon congrat-
ulated the Holmes County High School's
baseball team for making it to the final
four on May 15.
"We've got a lot of good schools," board
member Sid Johnson said. "We're proud
of our athletics, our academics and our
teachers and staff. We definitely stand
out in the state of Florida."
Owens added Holmes County also had
strong arts programs, which included
drama and chorus.
"There has been a lot of wonderful
and successful programs that have been
performed throughout our county such
as dramas and productions," Owens said.
"They are something for us all to be very
proud of."
Williams said it was "a good end to a
good year."
"We need to praise our faculty and
staff on a wonderful year," Williams said.
"It takes a lot of staff to make a year as
big a success as it has been this year, and
we are proud of our staff."


FORESTS from page A4


wood. Unfortunately, LEED only awards
sustainable credits for wood certified by
the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC),
creating a monopolistic climate for
forest certifications and increasing costs
for consumers.
Other states should follow Florida's
lead with practical legislation that
supports free-market principles in
the timber and logging industries.
Encouraging our public entities to
choose Florida timber first is a positive
step toward practices that are already
occurring in the private sector. Many
Florida-based companies, including
Publix, support diversity in sustainable
forest certification by using SFI, ATFS
and FSC certified products.
In Chipley, almost 30 percent of


the community depends on timber
and logging for jobs. On behalf of
the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce, I would like to thank our
lawmakers for passing purposeful
legislation to ensure Florida's forest
industries and certification programs
remain competitive. As our economy
continues to grow, this sector will
remain vital in promoting development,
restoration, and supporting hundreds
of thousands of Florida jobs. Boosting
competition in a growing industry
will keep business and jobs in Florida
- where they should be.

Ted Everett is the Executive Director
of the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce


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CITY OF CHIPLEY
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On Tuesday, August, 6, 2013, a General Election will
be held for the City of Chipley at Chipley City Hall,
1442 Jackson Avenue. Term of office expires on Sep-
tember 30, 2013 for the following positions: Council
Member Ward 2 and Council Member Ward 3. These
offices will be opened to qualified candidates. Qualify-
ing for these offices will begin at 8:00 a.m., Monday,
June 10, 2013, and end at 4:00 p.m., Friday, June 14,
2013. The qualifying fee for each office is $252.00.
Those wishing to qualify may do so with the City
Clerk at Chipley City Hall during the above stated
time period.

The Voter Registration books will close on July 8,
2013. All city residents within the city limits of
Chipley, who are registered to vote by July 8, 2013, are
eligible to vote in this election regardless of where you
live in the city.

City elections are non-partisan and political party
affiliation does not apply.

Please contact Patrice Yates, Asst. City Administrator/
City Clerk at (850) 638-6350 should you have any
questions or need other information regarding the
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A dolphin surfaces Friday as tourists watch from a distance on personal watercraft in the Gulf of Mexico off Panama City Beach.


FWC advises against illegal dolphin contact


By VALERIE GARMAN
747-50761 @valeriegarman
vgarman@pcnh.com
PANAMA CITY BEACH The
area just east of St. Andrew
Pass is known as the "dolphin
hole" for a reason.
"They're a beautiful crea-
ture," Maj. Bruce Cooper said
from an idling boat Friday as
he watched dozens of bottle-
nose dolphins skim the surface
of the shallow water. "Think
about it; where else can you go
to be around a beautiful animal
like that in such a beautiful
environment?"
But Cooper, who over-
sees law enforcement for
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
in the region, said the species


has become humanized as
more visitors flock to the area
to catch a glimpse of the ma-
rine mammals in their natural
habitat.
"If you stick your hand out,
they'll come right up to the
boat," Cooper said. "They ex-
pect when they come up to a
boat they're going to get food."
Under the Marine Mammal
Protection Act it is illegal to
feed, touch or pursue wild dol-
phins, he said.
With more than 50 dolphin
tour operators in Bay County,
the FWC is working alongside
the vendors to change the ar-
ea's label as a notorious "hot
spot" for illegal dolphin feeding
and interaction. While the ven-
dors know better than to feed
the dolphins and are working


to improve their tour tactics,
Cooper said area visitors often
don't know any better.
If things don't improve,
Cooper said the area could be
looking at stricter rules when
it comes to swimming with dol-
phins in the wild. For example,
it is illegal to swim within 300
feet of a right whale.
The FWC held an informa-
tion session for vendors last
month to educate them on the
ramifications of illegal dolphin
interaction, and Cooper said
the outcome of the class has
been good so far.
"I think what's exciting is
that the vendors here in Pan-
ama City recognize what they
have," Cooper said. "They have
a phenomenal resource. ...
They're doing everything they


can to protect that tourism
industry."
The FWC has set aside
$10,000 this year to plant under-
cover officers on tour boats this
summer to see whether opera-
tors are following the rules. The
agency also patrols the water in
marked and unmarked boats.
While noncompliance can
result in a $1,500-plus fine for
vendors, when it comes to visi-
tors, Cooper said the FWC tries
to focus more on education.
"Don't put your hand out
and try to touch them; just be
a part of the environment and
look at them," Cooper said.
"It's a beautiful sight. The dol-
phin is a beautiful animal, but
we need to break that tendency
where they come up to a boat
and expect to get food."


Dive flags
Another problem FWC of-
ficers have seen on the water
recently is boaters not paying
attention to dive flags.
While out on the water,
especially over the holiday
weekend, Cooper said boat-
ers should be on the lookout
for dive flags and maintain an
idle speed within 300 feet of the
flag.
"We can maintain and en-
hance the tourism industry
here, but we have to do it by
respecting and protecting not
only the dolphin, but the peo-
ple that swim and dive around
them," Cooper said.
"We're getting there. It's go-
ing to be a long ways, but we're
getting there."


St. George Island No. 3 on best beaches list


FLORIDASTATEPARKS.ORG
An aerial view of the eastern end of the state park on St.
George Island shows how uncrowded the beach is. The park
was selected as the third best beach in the nation by coastal
expert Stephen P. Leatherman.


Staff and Wire R
ST. GEORGE ISLAND-I


reports

For the third


year, the state park on St. George
Island has been ranked as one of
the Top 10 Beaches in the U.S.
The 2013 list by coastal ex-
pert Stephen P Leatherman, also
known as Dr. Beach, lists Julian
G. Bruce State Park in Franklin
County at No. 3, up one notch from
the 2012 list. This is the third year
the nine-mile beach park at the
eastern end of St. George Island
has made Dr. Beach's list.
Topping the list this year is
Main Beach in East Hampton,
N.Y.
"The Florida Panhandle beach-
es are known for their powdery,
super white sands," Leatherman
said in a news release Friday. "The
sand here is squeaky clean. (Just
rub your feet on the sand and hear
it squeak.)"
St. George is the only Panhan-
dle beach that made the list, and is
one of three in Florida.
Josh Hodson, St. George Island
state park manager, said in a news
release the designation has done
wonders for the park's visitation in
the past few years. "This ranking


has resulted in publicity on a na-
tional scale for the state park and
our area," he said.
According to Hodson, visitation
to the state park has increased
steadily since first making the list
in 2011. Last year, the park had
210,000 visitors, up from 185,000 in
2011.
Because the St. George Island
State Park is home to some threat-
ened and endangered species,
Hodson said visitors to this beach
park are asked to be respectful
of the wildlife, including the en-
dangered loggerhead sea turtles,
which arrive annually at this time
of year to nest on the beach.
"We've already received our
first few loggerheads, so please
do not disturb any marked areas,"
Hodson said.
Leatherman, a professor at
Florida International University
in Miami, has visited beaches
around the world and uses crite-
ria like water and sand quality, as
well as safety and environmental
management, to compile his an-
nual list.
Once a beach reaches the pin-
nacle of No. 1, it is retired from fu-
ture consideration, he said.


TOP 10
No. 1: Main Beach,
East Hampton, N.Y.
No. 2:
Kahanamoku Beach,
Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii
No. 3: St. George
Island State Park, Franklin
County
No. 4: Hamoa
Beach, Maui, Hawaii
No. 5: Waimanalo
Bay Beach Park, Oahu,
Hawaii
No. 6: Barefoot
Beach, Bonita Springs
No. 7: Cape
Florida State Park, Key
Biscayne
No. 8: Cape
Hatteras, Outer Banks of
North Carolina
No. 9: Coast
Guard Beach, Cape Cod,
Mass.
No. 10:
Beachwalker Park Kiawah
Island, S.C.


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Florida Nuggets win AAU State Title


Special to The News
With over 100 teams participating in this
weekend tournament in Tavaras the Pan-
handle based Florida Nuggets captured
the Florida AAU 12th grade Division State
Title.
The Nuggets lost the first game of the
tournament but won four straight to win the
championship.
This makes their third straight champi-
onship title of the summer.
The Nuggets beat the Duval Jaguars
from Jacksonville in the semi-final game
52-26 and beat the Citrus Wildcats from Or-
lando in the state final by 55/41.
Hannah Howell from Ponce de Leon High
School led the team with 15 points followed
by Jayiah Daniels from Mosley High School
with 13 points and JoJo Booker from Arnold
High School with 9 points. "Our record after
thee tournaments stands at 14 wins and one
loss. We are real pleased with the way these
girls are playing now and how well they work
as a team," Coach Booker adds.
The Nuggets will host a Super-Regional
at Arnold High School beginning May 31.


SPECIAL TO THE THE NEWS
Members of the Florida Nuggets include, front row from left:
Coach Terry Booker; Amanda Pascal, Chipley High School;
Brittany Chapman, Ponce de Leon High School; Jayiah Daniels,
Mosley High School; and Parisha Massaline, Chipley High
School. Back row, from left: Hennessey Smith, Mosley High
School; Hannah Howell, Ponce de Leon High School; Casey
Perot, South Walton High School; JoJo Booker, Arnold High
School; and Coach Mike Howell. Team players not pictured:
Makenzie Perot, South Walton High School, and Natasha Beach,
North Bay Haven Academy


Coleman signs with Chattahoochee Valley


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RANDAL SEYLER I The News
Aaliyah Coleman was joined by family and friends on May
20 at Chipley High School when she signed her letter of
intent to play basketball at Chattahoochee Valley Community
College in Phenix City, Ala.


From Staff Reports
CHIPLEY Lady Tigers basketball center Aali-
yah Coleman signed a letter of intent with Chat-
tahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix
City, Ala., on May 20 at Chipley High School.
"It's been a blessing to work with Aaliyah,"
coach Heather Hingson said. "She made a big
difference for our team, especially from on the
paint."
Hingson said she knew Coleman wanted to
play college ball, so when Chattahooche Valley
came calling, the coach encouraged her to go for
it. "When you have the opportunity for a scholar-
ship, and the blessings and talents to play, then
you should take the chance," Hingson said.
"She is going to be a huge impact on the col-
lege program," the coach said.


Athletic Association donates

SAT/ACT software


Special to The News
The Florida High School
Athletic Association, the
National Federation of
High Schools, MaxPreps
and eKnowledge donated
SAT and ACT PowerPrep
Programs to high school
students in the state of
Florida.
The FHSAA has been
accepted into the National
SAT/ACT Donation Proj-
ect through its association
with the National Fed-
eration of High Schools
(NFHS) and eKnowledge.
Because of the associa-
tion, students and families
in Florida can now receive
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dent Karen Roland and Recording Secre-
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Chipley's Public Works Department on
May 23 for a special presentation during
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TALLAHASSEE -With signif-
icant gains in writing scores,
Florida's teachers and stu-
dents continue to show that
higher expectations and
support at home and in the
classroom enable every
child to succeed.
Gov. Rick Scott and the
Florida Department of Edu-
cation announced Thurs-
day the results of the FCAT
2.0 Writing and third-grade
Reading and Mathematics
assessments. Overall, stu-
dent performance continued
its upward climb with more
rigorous expectations in
preparation for the Common
Core State Standards.
"Over the past two years,
Florida teachers and stu-
dents have made incredible
gains, including news that
Florida jumped from llth
to 6th for the overall quality
of its education system and
Florida fourth-graders are
among the best in the world
for reading," Scott said.
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student performance is
improving lends further
credence to why it was so
important we provide teach-
ers throughout Florida with
a pay raise. Moreover, we're
heartened to see writing
scores improving as well as
the achievement gap among
students decreasing. That
means that more and more
Florida students are re-
ceiving a quality education,
which provides more fami-
lies opportunities to pursue
the American Dream, right
here in the Sunshine State."


"Our students, parents
and teachers have worked
very hard this year, and I'm
pleased to see more students
achieving at higher levels,"
Commissioner of Educa-
tion Dr. Tony Bennett said.
"Our teachers do a fantas-
tic job every day to prepare
students for college and ca-
reers. We will celebrate our
gains and use these results
to continue to work every
day to improve."

FCAT 2.0 Writing
Results of the FCAT 2.0
Writing assessment show
overall, students in all grade
levels tested (grades four,
eight and 10) improved their
scores with 58 percent of
students scoring at 3.5 and
higher, up from 54 percent in
2012. Fourth-grade students
saw the biggest increase
with a nine-point improve-
ment in the percentage of
students scoring at 3.5 and
above. Eighth- and 10th-
grade students increased
achievement by 2 percent-
age points respectively.
Twenty-five school dis-
tricts made a 10 percent-
age point or greater im-
provement in the percent
of fourth-grade students
earning a 3.5 and higher on
FCAT 2.0 Writing. In 2012,
the State Board of Educa-
tion established 3.5 as the
school grades standard for
writing performance begin-
ning in 2013; the standard
last year was 3.0. The table
below illustrates information
on the current and previous
standards.


Results for FCAT 2.0 Writ-
ing are reported on a scale of
1.0 (lowest) to 6.0 (highest).
Two trained scorers inde-
pendently score each stu-
dent response; the score re-
ported is the average of both
scores. There is no passing
score for FCAT 2.0 Writing.
The percentage of students
scoring 3.5 and above will be
used for the writing compo-
nent in calculating the 2013
school grades. Last year, the
percentage of students scor-
ing 3.0 and higher was used.
In 2013, students had 60
minutes to respond to the
writing prompt, an increase
of 15 minutes. Based on rec-
ommendations from Florida
educators, the time was in-
creased to allow students
more time to satisfy higher
scoring requirements. Scor-
ing includes more attention
to the correct use of English
conventions such as gram-
mar and punctuation and the
quality of details that sup-
port the written response.
Since 2011, the Buros
Center for Testing at the
University of Nebraska has
conducted a comprehensive
review of the FCAT Writ-
ing hand-scoring process.
This includes a review of the
hand-scoring specifications,
a site visit for monitoring
the scanning and prepara-
tion process for scoring, the
training of scoring candi-
dates and actual hand-scor-
ing activities.
The 2011 and 2012 reports
are available at fcat.fldoe.
org/fcatpub5.asp. The 2013
report will be available later
this summer.


Celebrate summer with
Bonifay Elementary
School
BONIFAY Bonifay
Elementary School is
inviting family and siblings
of students attending
Bonifay Elementary School
to a free spaghetti supper at
5:30 p.m. on Thursday.
There will be a short
presentation of suggested
ideas for parents and
children activities over
summer break, and there
will be a gift for every child
in attendance.

Art show
CHIPLEY There will
be an art show at the
Washington County Public
Library until Friday. There
will be 20 middle and
elementary school students
exhibiting their work.
These 20 students are art
students of Mrs. Winona
VanLandingham.

Benefit Yard Sale
CHIPLEY There will
be a Benefit Yard Sale on
Friday and Saturday to help
Chipley High School student
Sabrina Goodman go to the
National Youth Leadership
Forum in Washington, D.C.
The sale will be on South
Rail Road Avenue, just
south of the old Chipley
Motel.

North Bay Clan
Fundraiser
CHIPLEY-- The North
Bay Clan of the Lower
Muscogee Creek Tribe
will have a yard sale from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday
and Saturday at the Tribe
Grounds, five miles south
of Chipley on Lonnie Road.
Donations are welcome.
Benefit for baby
Campbell Jones
GENEVA, Ala.- A benefit
for baby Campbell Jones,
son of Tara and Doyle
Jones, will be from 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. on Saturday at City
Auto Parts is Geneva, Ala.
There will be Boston butts
and ribs for sale. There will
also be cakes that can be


purchased on that day. To
order Boston butts or ribs,
call Linda Yarbrough at 334-
684-3106 or 334-360-0811.

Lamar Townsend Golf
Tournament
SUNNY HILLS -The
Chipley Lions Club will host
The Lamar Townsend Golf
Tournament at 8:30 a.m. on
Saturday.
There will be a Captain's
Choice Scramble (three-
man team). The team
sponsorship is $250,
three-man team $150, hole
sponsorship $100, individual
registrations $50 (includes
green fees, cart rental
and prizes). Lunch will
be provided by the Lions
Club. For more information,
contact Curtis Carter at
326-7040.

Worley Family Reunion
GRACEVILLE -
The children and
grandchildren of Perry
and Canzada Worley would
like to invite all family and
friends to the annual Worley
Family Reunion from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. June 8.
The new location for this
year will be at Graceville
Community Church, which
is at 1005 Prim Ave. Plan to
meet there with a well-filled
basket of your favorite foods
and enjoy the fellowship and
fun of being with friends and
loved ones.
Any old photographs
or items of remembrance
would also be welcomed
as we share our heritage
of memories together. For
more information, call
Debbie Taylor at 263-4110 or
Ellen Faircloth at 547-4093.

Baseball camps set
at Chipola
MARIANNA- Chipola
Baseball Coach Jeff
Johnson will be offering
three different baseball
camps. A pitching camp for
ages 7-18 will meet June
10-11.
Cost for this camp is
$100. A hitting camp for
ages 7-18 will meet June
12-13. Cost for this camp is
$100. A skills camp for ages


7-18 will meet June 17-18.
Cost for this camp is $100.
A Grand Slam Special
rate for attending all
three camps will be $250.
All baseball camps meet
from 9 a.m. to noon. For
more information, contact
Assistant Coach Chris
Hutcheson at 718-2243.

Swimming lessons
MARIANNA Swimming
lessons will be offered for all
ages at Chipola College.
The lessons are
based on a combination
of nationally-recognized
methods. Children's
swimming lessons for ages
4 and older are scheduled
on the following dates:
Session 1: June 3-13 with a
registration deadline of May
30; Session 2: June 17-27
with a registration deadline
of June 13.
Classes are available at
10 a.m. or 7 p.m. Sessions
include eight 45-minute
classes that meet Monday
through Thursday for two
weeks. Cost of regular
swimming lessons is $55.
Pre-registration is required,
with a $5 late registration
fee.
For more information,
call 718-2473 or visit www.
chipola.edu. July and
August sessions will be
announced at a later date.

The Silver Door
summer art camps
BONIFAY-- The Silver
Door Hands on arts and
crafts center on Marvin
Moss Road in Bonifay will
be holding summer art
camps through the months
of June, July and August.
The center will provide
all the materials, drinks and
fun. All camps are five-day
camps and are $100 per
child; individual days are
$23 per child per day. Sibling
discounts are available.
Camp 1 will be held on June
11, 12,13, 18 and 20. Camp 2
will be held on June 25, 26,
27 and July 2. Camp 3 will be
held on July 9, 10, 11, 16 and
18. Camp 4 will be held on
July 23,24, 25, 30 and Aug. 1.
To reserve your spot call
547-3321.


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Hank, Lassie, Johnny,
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PONCE de LEON Ponce de Leon Elementary School
students enjoyed a day of nature, entertainment and
education as the Holmes County Public Library and
the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
celebrated the 500th anniversary of Spanish explorer
Juan Ponce de Leon's arrival on the land he named
"La Florida" in 1513 at Ponce de Leon Springs State
Park on May 17.
Children enjoyed a day of Perdido Bay tribe drums
and dance, the Bear Mobile Museum, the history
of Juan Ponce de Leon, a Florida Park Service
Prescribed Fire program demonstration, a Live
Snake program and guided nature walks.
"We wanted to bring history alive for our children,"
Assistant Director of Holmes County Public Library,
Ann Leavins said. "Education and learning should be
an adventure that children can participate and grow
with. We're hoping to make this an annual event and
expand to more then just students from Ponce de
Leon Elementary School."


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Park Specialist with Falling Waters State Park Scott Sweeney shows
children a variety of snakes along with fun facts and antidotes.


PHOTOS BY CECILIA SPEARS


Students went on a Guided Nature walk and was shown the valve control for the
springs.


Assistant Director of Holmes County Public Library, Ann
Leavins told students the exciting history of Juan Ponce de
Leon's journey to discovering La Florida.


Left: Staff members from the Holmes County Public Library, the Bear Mobile Museum, Florida Park Services, Ponce de Leon Springs
State Park, Falling Waters State Park and the Perdido Bay tribe all worked hard to put on this year's Viva 500 event for the students
of Ponce de Leon Elementary School.Right: Children got up close and personal with snakes with a Live Snake Program provided by
Park Specialist with Falling Waters State Park Scott Sweeney.


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recognizes Page


Special to Extra
Jan Page of Chipley,
chair of the Chipola
College District Board of
Trustees, was recently
recognized for two years as
chairwoman of the board.
The board of trustees
also includes Danny
Ryals of Blountstown,
Mark Plummer of Bristol,
Robert Jones of Westville,
Dr. Leisa Bailey of Bonifay,
Jeff Crawford of Marianna,
John Padgett of Marianna,
Gina Stuart of Marianna
and Gary Clark of Chipley


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Executive Vice-President
Dr. Jason Hurst presents
a gift to Jan Page at the
recent college graduation
in recognition of her
two years of service
as Chipola College
District Board of Trustees
chairwoman.


Craig graduates bas


military training


Air Force Airman Haley
M. Craig graduated from
basic military training at
Joint Base San Antonio-
Lackland, San Antonio,
Texas. The airman
completed an intensive,
eight-week program
that included training in
military discipline and
studies, Air Force core
values, physical fitness and
basic warfare principles
and skills. Airmen who
complete basic training
earn four credits toward
an associate in applied
science degree through
the Community College of
the Air Force.
Craig is the daughter
of Mandy McAllister of
Bonifay and Eric Craig of
Buckingham Way, Mount
Laurel, N.J. She is a 2011
graduate of Northview
High School, Dothan, Ala.


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Weddings



Doss and Head to wed
Wayne and Melanie
Doss of Chipley are
pleased to announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Brittany Nicole
Doss, to Christopher
Michael Head of
Southport.
The bride-to-be
graduated from Chipley -
High School attends Gulf n
Coast State College for a
career in law enforcement.
The groom's parents
are William and Donna
Arrants of Southport. The 1
groom graduated from Bay
High School. He is now
employed at Gulf County
Correctional Institute
as a correctional officer.
They will be joining their
lives together with God's
blessings in October 2013.



Mitchell and Cristan to wed


Mr. and Mrs. Kevin
Mitchell of Bonifay would
like to announce the
engagement and upcoming
wedding of their daughter,
Keron Elizabeth Mitchell,
to Richard Cristan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cristan,
Jr., of Elysburg Pa.
Keron is the
granddaughter of Ray
Neal and Ellen Mitchell
of Bonifay. She is also
the granddaughter of
Charlotte Seitzinger
of Bonifay, Thomas
Seitzinger of Orlando and
Charles and Gail Bowes
of Wendell Ma. Keron
is a 2007 graduate of
Bethlehem High School
in Bonifay and is a 2009
graduate of Fortis College
in Dothan, Ala. She is
currently a certified
pharmacy technician with
Walgreens Pharmacy in
Christiansburg, Va.
Richard is the grandson
of Ray Cristan Sr. and
the late Eleanor Cristan
of Mount Carmel, Pa. He
is also the grandson of
Ann Dombroski and the
late John Dombroski of
Shamokin, Pa. Richard is a
2004 graduate of Southern


Columbia High School
in Catawissa, Pa. He
attended the University of
Tennessee and graduated
in 2008 with a Bachelor's
of Science in forestry and
also a Master's of Science
in Forestry in 2010. After
graduating, he worked for
the Florida Forest Service
as an environmental
specialist and lived in


Panama City Beach, where
he met Keron. Currently,
he has gone back to
college to receive his Ph.D
in Forest Operations at
Virginia Tech University in
Blacksburg, Va.
The wedding is
planned for Aug. 3, 2013, at
Dogwood Lakes Country
Club in Bonifay. Invitations
will be sent out.


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Special to Extra is yes; the weapons most Guard/Honor Guard/Flag hard work and dedication to


The Chipley High School
JROTC transitioned over to
Roulhac Middle School May
21 to perform at its eighth
grade orientation.
As the day passed,
the cadets got hot and
sweaty, but the eighth
grade orientation went
exceptionally well. Many of
the eighth grade students
had questions like "Are the


certainly are real. Some
students asked, "Would
you be able to play sports
and still join the JROTC
program?"
Many of the cadets play
sports and are on other
JROTC teams as well. As
the eighth grade students
engaged in the cadets'
performance, cadets
showed them various teams
they can join in the JROTC


Detail, Drill, Raiders and
Rifle Team. This past year,
the Chipley High School
JROTC has been the only
school in our region to
qualify to go to state for
every one of those teams.
The JROTC mission is
to "motivate young people
to be better citizens," and
JROTC works hard to do
exactly that and more.
Cadets in the program put


achieve its goals and make
the best of each and every
year as not only a unit but
as a family as well. Chipley
High School JROTC looks
forward to the mass of new
faces it hopes will join the
program in the years to
come.
For any questions, call
the JROTC program at
Chipley High School at 726-
0041 or 638-6100 ext. 503.


Troop 525 announces


first Eagle Scout

Special to Extra

Jon-Marcel Winchester has earned the rank of Eagle,
the highest rank awarded in Scouting.
His project was for the Ponce de Leon High School,
building thee benches for student and
faculty use. He funded this project with
the sale of "Survival Bracelets," made
by him and his family, earning enough to
pay for the benches and give the Ponce
de Leon High School a check for almost
$200.
Jon-Marcel is 14 years old, in ninth
JON-MARCEL grade and is an excellent student with
WINCHESTER Florida Virtual School, maintaining
straight A grades.
He became interested in Scouting as a Cub Scout
with Pack 25. He also holds the highest award a Cub
Scout can earn, the Arrow of Light, and is a first degree
Blackbelt in Taekwondo.
Jon-Marcel is also a proud Brotherhood member of
the Order of the Arrow, the Honor Society of Scouting.
This fine young man has worked hard to earn the
rank of Eagle. Boy Scout Troop 525 applauds him.

Crossword PUZZLE


HCHS JROTC recruits at middle school

Special to Extra

BONIFAY The Holmes County High Ta
School JROTC went to the middle school
May 21 to recruit the future cadets of them -
ROTC program.
The Blue Devils displayed several
uniforms for its teams and put on a .. W W
demonstration to the eighth graders with
its color guard, honor guard, rifle team,
exhibition team and raider team. The color
guard demonstration was demonstrated
by DJ Rock, Christian Grimes and Ashley
Eberhardt.
For the rifle team demonstration, -
Michael Murphy showed the three
different firing positions: standing, prone
and kneeling. The raider demonstration
was a contest of push-ups between raiders
Eric Bolenbaugh and Becky Padgett. For
the exhibition demonstration, Christian
Grimes displayed a daring routine with
spinning and tossing the rifle around.
Representing the honor guard, Hunter SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Paterson showed how some of the moves
are executed using the saber. Bree Owens Holmes County JROTC members recruiting at the middle school
spoke to the eighth graders and told them on May 21 included, front row from left: C/COL Bree Owens, C/
how the program was rewarding and a SFC Ashley Eberhardt, and C/2LT Becky Padgett. Back row, from
great experience and howit can help left: C/MAJ DJ Rock, C/SSG Hunter Paterson, C/MAJ Christian
achieve their goals. Grimes, C/SFC Eric Bolenbaugh, and C/MAJ Michael Murphy.



PET TALK


What to do when disaster strikes


When a disaster suddenly
strikes, it can be frightening for
everyone, including your pet. The
best thing you can do for you and
your pet's safety
is to be prepared,
develop a plan for
emergencies and
have it ready before
the disaster strikes.
Planning ahead is
the key to keeping
yourself and your PET TALK
pet safe before,
during and after a disaster.
"Before a disaster, it is important
to ensure all your animals are
identified within a system that
will allow you two to be reunited
if separated," said Wesley Bissett,
assistant professor at the Texas
A&M College of Veterinary Medicine
& Biomedical Sciences (CVM).
"Identification can come in a
variety of ways, such as collars or
microchips. Collars may be less
expensive, but they are much easier
to lose, whereas microchips may
be more expensive but provide the
advantage of being permanently
within the animal. You should also try


to keep a photo of you and your pet
together to verify ownership."
When preparing for a disaster,
it is imperative all of your pet's
vaccinations are current. "If you
do not typically have your dog
vaccinated for Bordetella, or kennel
cough, consider doing so as storm
season approaches," Bissett said.
"This is disease prevention in case
your pet is checked into an animal
shelter."
When packing emergency
supplies for your pet remember to
store at least a one-week supply of
pet food to keep the pet's GI tract
from becoming upset and enough
water to meet you and your pet's
needs for up to three days. If you
must evacuate the area, make sure
to grab your pet's food and water
bowls before leaving.
"If your pet is on a prescription
for a chronic illness, keep at least a
two-week supply of medication as
well as a copy of the pet's medical
records," Bissett said. "It may be
difficult to have prescriptions refilled
in an emergency situation. Also,
make sure you have a kennel or crate
to transport your pet in case of an


evacuation."
During a disaster, it is important
to follow a pre-written strategy to
ensure you and your pet's safety.
This not only saves valuable time
during the disaster but can also aid
in remembering important details
of the event afterward. "It is also
important to heed all evacuation
recommendations and orders,"
Bissett said. "If the number of
animals you will be evacuating will
require multiple trips, plan ahead
and leave early.
"If your pet is injured during a
disaster, immediately seek veterinary
medical help, which in many cases is
available as part of the local or state
response," Bissett said. "If help is not
instantly available, perform first aid
until help arrives."

About Pet Talk
Pet Talk is a service of the
College of Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can be viewed on
the web at vetmed.tamu.edu/pettalk.
Suggestions for future topics may be
directed to editor@cvm.tamu.edu


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10. Father of Paris
12. Asian nut for chewing
13. Machine gun from the air
16. The communion table
17. His razor
18. Father
19. Doctor of philosophy
22 Cologne
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24. Diversifies
28. Razor author l14l C
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3. Ir 'c l i
4. 12th state
5. "Anything Goes" author's
initials
6. Ljjilt lime units (abbr.)
7, C ,_,.u -: motorcycle
8, Dnr.,g.,ant i(lang)
9. Study lI pt'cin meter
11. Ceremonial staffs
12- Russian pancake served
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14. Supervises flying
15, Large Australian flighle.ss
bird
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42. References
43. Extremely high frequency
44. Actress Farrow
46. Not good
47. State of annoyance
48. S. China seaport
51. Bengal quince
52. Provide the means
54. A large and imposing
house
55. Excessively fat
57- Spars
58. Former wives
59. Repeat



27. Oval water scorpion
29. Modem London Gallery
30. On top
33- Identicalness
35. 2002 Olympic state
36. Tease or ridicule
37. Arrived extinct
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41. Type of salamander
42 S- China seaport
44. Woman (French)
45, 007s Flemming
47. Domingo
49. A French abbot
50, Gorse genus
51. An uproarious party
53. Point midway between E
and SE
54, A waterproof rainc(roat
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FAITH


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Faith EVENTS


Christian Haven Church Jam Session
CHIPLEY Christian Haven Church
will have its monthly jam session June
1. Refreshments will start at 6 p.m. and
singing shortly after. For more information,
call 638-0836 or 773-2602.

Sunny Hills Chapel Gospel Sing
SUNNY HILLS Sunny Hills Chapel will
have a gospel sing at 10 a.m. June 2. The
gospel sing will be feature The Kevin Wilson
Singers from London, Ky. This will be the
singers' first time in our area. Lunch will
be served. The church is five miles south of
Wausau on State Road 77.

Sandy Creek Homecoming
PONCE DE LEON Sandy Creek Baptist
Church will celebrate homecoming at 10
a.m. on June 9. Bring a covered dish to
share at noontime.

Bethlehem Camp Meeting
BONIFAY The Bethlehem Family Camp
Meeting will be held from June 21 to June
28 at 3073 Highway 160 in Bonifay.
For more information visit
bethlehemcamp.org or call 547-2598.

Liberty Church VBS
Liberty Church is offering kids in
kindergarten through fourth grades one
awesome time at Vacation Bible School,
beginning June 24.
At VBS, kids can choose a sport if
they've played all their life of just started
yesterday, this VBS will improve their skills.
All sorts of drills and practice games will
get kids focused on the fundamentals that
make athletes great.
Plus, VBS creates a positive and
encouraging environment that pumps up
their confidence and self-esteem. Join the
VBS team at Liberty Church, 3983 Creek
Road, Vernon. It starts from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
nightly from June 24-28.
Dinner is provided, and it's free.
Transportation will also be provided. If your
child needs a ride or for more information,
call or text Gwen Brock at 260-6924.


The many excuses of a man in midlife crisis


Sometimes it is best to err
on the side of caution. This,
however, has not always been


my modus operandi
down through the
years. In fact, I am
not very good when it
comes to practicing
anything, just ask the
Gracious Mistress of
the Parsonage.
As of late, though, I
have been practicing
caution like I was


DR. J
L. SN
Out to


going to Carnegie
Hall. I am not very good at it
yet, but my goal is to come to
the point of perfection in the
area of caution as it touches
my person, particularly
my health and well-being.
This may be because I have
reached that age when most
men go through a midlife
crisis.
You can always tell when
a man is going through his
midlife crisis. He usually
wants to prove he is as good
at 60-something as he was
when he was 20-something.
Carelessly throwing caution
to the wind, he attempts to do
something beyond the energy
of his existing body. One sure
way to tell if a man is having
a midlife crisis is to notice his
recent injuries.
Personally, when I was 20
I was not good at anything,
which has enabled me to
skip my midlife crisis. I am
glad to be 60 (okay, maybe
I am a tad over 60) because
now when I get tired I can
say I am tired and sit down.
At 60-something, I have
absolutely nothing to prove.
I am no better or worse than
I was when I was 20. It is, as
my wife notes, the ageless
wonder of incompetency.


The difficulty with growing
older is that the old memory
juices do not flow as swiftly

Of course, some
of us never had a
real gusher in that
department anyway.
The more memories
I have, the less I am
able to recall them
AMES in the innocence of
YDER their reality. Like the
Pastor fisherman who tells
the size of the one
that got away, memory seems
to add or subtract according
to the benefit of the person
conjuring up the memory.
A big problem a man in
mid-life crisis has is he does
not remember how good he
actually was when he was
20, unless of course, his wife
knew him at that time. If he
could, he would not have to
try to replicate it when he is
60. This is one of the unique
advantages of maturing.
Forgetting always leads to
exaggerating. Exaggerating
at 60-something leads to
injuries. The only purpose
of this is to impress people
who really are not being
impressed.
As we grow older things
begin to change, and some
things change for the better.
When I was 20, I could not
admit to anybody that I was
tired. I would have been
the laughing stock in my
community if I would admit
any such phenomena. You
know what they say about the
unlimited energy that young
people have. Now that I am
in my 60s, I can blame my
advancing years on just about
anything.
"I love to do that, but at my


"Whoso boasteth h im.slfofafalse gift
is like clouds and wind without rain."

Proverbs 25:14 KJV


age I don't have the energy."
This has covered a multitude
of sins, for which I am so
grateful. Of course, it does
have one drawback, when
someone in their 80s invites
me to go for a walk, what in
the world can you say to that?
This next one has to be
one of my favorites. "I would
love to do that but I have to
get home for my afternoon
nap." The person will look
at me, notice my maturing
features and understand I
desperately do need a nap or
something resembling beauty
sleep.
I found one the other
week that has proved quite
beneficial. I was invited to a
function during the evening,
which turned out to be a
rather boring affair. Once the
meal was over people were
milling around engaged in
small talk. Nothing bores
me quicker than small talk.
Not knowing what to do,
I pondered the situation
for sometime. Then, like
lightning from the heavens,
I was struck with a brilliant
idea. I went up to my host
and said, "I'm sorry, but it
is getting near my bedtime,
and I have strict orders from
my doctor to go to bed early.
You'll have to excuse me."
It worked like a charm.
Everybody understood that
a person of my age needs to
go to bed early. I do not know
who thought this up, probably


Benjamin Franklin, but
whoever it was, I owe them a
steak dinner at the restaurant
of their choice. It has now
become part of my get-out-of-
boring-situations arsenal.
I was thinking about this
the other day another good
excuse popped into my head.
Somebody invited me to come
and play softball. At the time,
they caught me off guard and
I was trying to wiggle out of
such an invitation. Then it
dawned on me. "I am sorry,
I would like to but my health
insurance does not cover that
kind of activity."
Whether my health
insurance would cover that, I
have no idea, but neither does
anybody else, only my doctor
knows for sure.
While I was pondering
this, I was reminded of a word
from the Proverbs. "Whoso
boasteth himself of a false
gift is like clouds and wind
without rain" (Proverbs 25:14
KJV).
Whoever boasts to others
about their physical prowess
is only fooling himself.

The Rev. James L. Snyder
is pastor of the Family of
God Fellowship, 1471 Pine
Road, Ocala, FL 34472. He
lives with his wife, Martha,
in Silver Springs Shores. Call
him at 1-866-552-2543 or email
at jamessnyder2 @att.net.
The church website is www.
whatafellowship.com.


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Graduating brings a
world of wonder. The
accomplishment made
was worth the struggle.
Now with new wings
stretched, you are
ready to fly and
discover your purpose


and place. In your journey, along with every new
freedom, is a new responsibility. The choices we
make as adults can affect everyone we touch.
Watch the signs and you will see the dangers.
When we step past these dangerous barriers
with good and moral choices, only then can we
appreciate the beauty in God's gift of freedom.
Follow His plan and you will avoid the snares.


Sunday
Josh.
3:1-4


Monday
Josh.
3:5-8


Tuesday
Josh.
3:9-13


Weekly Bible Trivia
What river did Joshua and
the children of Israel
cross on dry ground?
(answer found in this week's
scripture reading)


Wed.
Josh.
3:14-17


Thurs.
Josh.
4:1-4


Friday
Josh.
4:5-8


Saturday
Josh.
4:9-15


Bible

Trivia


What did
Boaz
command
the young
men who
were working
in the fields
concerning
Ruth?


(answer
found
in this
week's
scripture
reading)


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Extra


Washington County News I Holmes County Times-Advertiser I BS


LIBRARY HOURS
Wausau Library
Monday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday: 1-6 p.m.
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 1-6 p.m.
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Washington County Library
(Chipley)
Monday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Vernon Library
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 1-6 p.m.
Wednesday: 1-6 p.m.
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Sunny Hills Library
Monday: 1-6 p.m.
Tuesday: Closed


Wednesday: 1-6 p.m.
Thursday: Closed
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Holmes County Library
(Bonifay)
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon
Sunday: Closed

MONDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
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.
6-7:30 p.m.: Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) hosts a domestic
violence support group at


the SADVP Rural Outreach
office, 1461 S. Railroad Ave.,
Apartment 1, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.

TUESDAY
8-9 a.m.: Tai Chi Class
at the Washington County
Public Library, Chipley
Branch
8-10 a.m.: Church
Fellowship Breakfasts at
Around the Corner Grill.
Breakfast provided. All
denominations welcome.
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.
5 p.m.: BINGO at St.
Joseph Catholic Church
games start at 6:25 p.m. Call
Peg Russ at 638-451.


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
Wednesday 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.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


Obituaries

Clara M. Bailey


Mrs. Clara Mae Bailey, age
89, of Washington County passed
away May 20, 2013, at Northwest
Florida Community Hospital in
Chipley. She was born Dec. 6,1923,
in Vernon, to the late Clarence and


Julie Eva Booth Yates.
In addition to her parents, Mrs.
Bailey was preceded in death by
her husband, Eddie M. Bailey and
a son, Eddie Bailey.
Mrs. Bailey is survived by


one daughter, Julie Prevatt, and
husband, Royce of Bonifay; three
grandchildren, Gerry Prevatt
of Bonifay, Courtney P O'Brian
of Bonifay, Heather Lang and
husband, Stephen, of Apache


Junction, Ariz.; four great-
grandchild, Keelan, Elle, Jon, and
Jordan Lang; one brother, Clint
Yates and wife Opal of Bonifay and
several nieces and nephews
Memorialization was by


cremation with Peel Rineral
Home in charge of arrangements.
Memorial contributions may
be given to: Eldercare Services
Senior Volunteer Programs, 103 W
Nebraska Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425.


Ethel Daniel


Wanda 0. Schrecengost


Ethel Daniel, 96, of
Chipley went to be with her
heavenly Father on May 21,
2013. She was a woman of
strength and dignity, and
she led a life committed
to her family and to God.
She was retired from the
Washington County School
Board as the lunchroom
manager for Kate Smith
Elementary for 25 years.
She was a member of
Grace Assembly of God
Church, where she taught
Children Church and

Billy D. McGowan
Billy D. McGowan, 79 of
Esto, passed away, Sunday,
May 19,2013, at Mizell
Memorial Hospital following
an extended illness. Mr. Bill
was born in the New Hope
Community on Feb. 26, 1934
to the late John Posie and
Willie Bell Dady McGowan.
He was a graduate of Ponce
de Leon High School and a
four-year veteran of the U S.
Army. Mr. Bill was a farmer
and a long time member of
Esto Baptist Church.
McGowan is preceded
in death by his parents;
son, Tony McGowan; two
brothers, John "Buck"
and Frank McGowan; two
sisters, Lucy Miles and
Eunice Wiggins.
He is survived by
his beloved wife of 52
years, Louise; son, John
McGowan; daughter, Teresa
McGowan all of Esto;
daughter, Donna Goodman
(Robb), Phenix City, Ala.;
five grandchildren, Jeremy
McGowan, Esto, Caleb,
Jordan, Josiah, and Libby
Goodman, Phenix City, Ala.;
two sisters, Elsie Mueller
(Ken), Waukesha, Wis.,
Willeen Holmes (Jess),
Milton; sister-in-law, Loretta
McGowan, New Hope and
many nieces, nephews and
friends.
Funeral services were
at 2 p.m., Tuesday, May
21, 2013, at First Baptist
Church of Esto with the Rev
Robert Goodman and the
Rev Ryan Begue officiating.
Burial followed in Esto
Community Cemetery
with James & Lipford
Rineral Home in Graceville
directing. Expressions of
sympathy can be made at
www.jamesandlipford.com.

Arcieola G. Henderson
Arcieola Gulledge
Henderson, 84, of Caryville,
died May 19, 2013.
Funeral services were
held, May 21, 2013, at The
Church of Jesus Christ
Caryville. Interment
followed in the Pleasant
Hill Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home directing.


Sunday School for many
years. Ethel was born in
Graceville, Sept. 27, 1916, to
A. J. and Mary Nichols, the
oldest of nine children.
Her parents, siblings,
Lena Pettis, Leonia Peel,
A.J. Nichols Jr. and Carrie
Retherford, preceded her
in death.
She is survived by
her children, J.B. Daniel
(Marilyn), George Daniel
(Gail) of Marianna, Ronnie
Daniel (Betty) of Chipley,
and Gemelia Williams


(Harold) of Alford; 11
grandchildren; 16 great-
grandchildren; one great-
great-granddaughter; her
siblings, Edward Nichols,
Rubye Forehand, Hazel
Railey (Harold), Mavis
Smith; brother-in-law,
Junior Pettis (Margie), and
sister-in-law, Dee Nichols.
Her memorial service
was at 11 a.m. on May 24,
2013, at Grace Assembly
of God Church, located on
Highway 77 North, with
the Rev Dallas Pettis


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officiating. A private burial
was at Glenwood Cemetery.
Flowers will be
accepted, or those who
prefer can make memorial
donations in her honor to
Grace Assembly Children's
Rind, PO. Box 40, Chipley,
FL 32428.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online
at www.mariannachapelfh.
com.


Betty J. Stafford


Mrs. Betty Jean Wise Stafford
of Westville passed away Tuesday,
May 21, 2013. She was 74. Mrs.
Stafford was born March 14, 1939,
in Geneva County, Ala., to the
late James Clifton and Bertha
Melton Wise. She was a pillar in
her community who cared for so DEl
many of her neighbors, friends BE
and relatives. She was a very STA
loving and devoted wife, mother
and grandmother. Betty will fondly be
remembered as a wonderful cook. She
was of the Baptist faith.
In addition to her parents, a grandson,
Kody Michael Stafford, a brother, Junior
Wise, two sisters, Louise Johnson and
Virginia White, as well as an infant twin
brother all preceded her in death.
Survivors include her husband of
49 years, Elton "Bud" Stafford, Sr.,
Westville; two daughters: Brenda
Stafford, Westville, and Janie S. Weeks
(James), Earlytown, Ala.; two sons: Elton


"Buddy" Stafford Jr., Westville,
and Michael Stafford (Jan),
Bonifay; three grandchildren:
Tyler Weeks, Presley Hobbs
and Stran Stafford; one sister,
Frances Cossen (W.D.), Defuniak
Springs, and several nieces,
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p.m., Thursday, May 23, in the
chapel of Sorrells Funeral Home in
Geneva with the Rev. Garry Winstead
officiating.
Burial followed in the Hurricane
Creek Baptist Church Cemetery with
Sorrells FRneral Home of Geneva
directing. The family received friends
at the funeral home Wednesday, May 22,
from 6-8 p.m.
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was a former employee of
West Florida Electric Co-
Op. Wanda was a member of
the Faith Covenant Church
in Chipley, a volunteer for
Habitat For Humanity and
had a love for butterflies.
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parents, she is predeceased
by her husband, Eugene
Schrecengost, and three
brothers, James, Bobby and
Rex Baxley.
Survivors include two
daughters, Carol Broglio
of Lafayette, La., and


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Leesburg; one
brother, Robert
Baxley of Chipley;
one sister,
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RFneral services
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May 22, 2013, at 2 p.m.,
at the graveside in Sapp
Community Church
Cemetery with the Rev
Cloys Joiner officiating.
The family suggests
those wishing to do so,
make contributions to
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1330 South Blvd., Chipley
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5-3234
Notice of Public Hear-
ing to Revise School
Board Policies Wash-
ington County School
District 652 Third
Street Chipley, FL
32428
June 10, 2013 at 5:00
pm
Notice is hereby given
that on Monday, June
10, 2013 at 5:00 pm.,
the Washington County
School Board will re-
vise School Board Poli-
cies.
The purpose and spe-
cific legal authority un-
der which School
B o a r d
Policies/Procedures
are authorized, and a
summary of the esti-
mate of economic im-
pact of the proposed
policies/procedures on
all affected persons,
are given.
Revise the following
School Board Policies.
Proposed Revised Poli-
cies
6.13* Year of Service
Defined for Personnel
6.53 Retirement of Em-
ployees
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 promulgat-
ing these revisions will
be approximately $.50
per document.
Cost or benefit to those
affected: None Impact
on open market: None
Individuals wishing to
obtain a copy of the re-
vised School Board
Policies may contact
the Superintendent's
Office at 652 Third
Street, Chipley, Florida
or visit the District's
website at
http://washingtoncoun-
tyflschools.us
As published in the
Washington County
News May 11, 15, 29,
2013.
5-3244
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF WASH-
INGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.: 2012 CA
000146
Community South
Credit Union,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Riva T Wingate-Miller
a/k/a Riva Theresa
Wingate-Miller a/k/a
Riva and LVNV Fund-
ing, LLC, as successor
in interest to CitiFina-
ncial,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAP-
TER 45, FLORIDA
STATUTES
NOTICE IS GIVEN that
pursuant to a Summary
Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated May
8, 2013, in Case Num-
ber 2012 CA 000146, of
the Circuit Court in and
for Washington County,
Florida, in which Com-
munity South Credit
Union is the Plaintiff,
and Riva T
Wingate-Miller a/k/a
Riva Theresa Wingate
a/k/a Riva, LVNV Fund-
ing, LLC, as successor
in interest to CitiFina-
ncial, are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at the
Washington County
Courthouse, 1293
Jackson Avenue, Chip-
ley, Florida 32428, at
11:00 A.M. on July 24,
2013, the
following-described
property set forth in the
Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
Lot 2, 3 and 4 of Block
3, According to the Of-
ficial Plat of Wausau,
as on file in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Washington
County, Flonrida, being
in Section 25, Town-
ship 3 North, Range 14
West
Notice is also given
pursuant to
4 ': : i .,ii Florida
Statutes, that any per-
son claiming an inter-
est in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other
than the property


I "o IOO
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
DATED: May 15, 2013.
WASHINGTON
COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
Clerk of the Court
By: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the
Washington County
News on May 22, 2013
and May 29, 2013.
5-3248
TRI-COUNTY AIR-
PORT AUTHORITY
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids, in dupli-
cate, will be received
by the Tn-County Air-
port Authority until 4:00
PM, June 13, 2013 lo-
cal time. Proposals
should be mailed to or
hand delivered to
Gnmail Crawford, Inc.,
1367-D South Railroad
Avenue, Chipley, Flor-
ida 32428. All propos-
als received will be
publicly opened and
read aloud at the regu-
larly scheduled
monthly meeting of the
Tn-County Airport Au-
thority. The meeting
will be held on June 13,
2013 at 6:00 pm local
time in the Tn-County
Airport Terminal build-
ing conference room.
Bidders are invited to
submit bids for:
REHAB TAXIWAY /
CONSTRUCT TAXIWAY
EXTENSION AND
DRAINAGE IMPROVE-
MENTS
Bidders are invited to
submit Proposals for
this work on the Pro-
posal Forms provided.
Other proposal forms
will not be accepted.
The complete examina-
tion and understanding
of the Contract Docu-
ments consisting of the
Plans and Specifica-
tions, and all addenda
or other revisions, and
Site of the proposed
work is necessary to
properly submit a Pro-
posal. Contract Docu-
ments consisting of the
Plans and Specifica-
tions, and all addenda
or other revisions are
available for examina-
tion or may be ob-
tained from the office of
Gnrimail Crawford, Inc.,
1367-D South Railroad
Avenue, Chipley, Flor-
ida 32428, Phone (850)
415-1040, or Fax (850)
415-6690. There is a
$50.00 charge for the
plans and specifica-
tions. This cost is
non-refundable.
A Bid Bond in the form
as bound in the Con-
tract Document or a
Certified Check in the
amount of not less than
five percent (5%) of the
total amount bid must
accompany each Bid.
No bid may be with-
drawn after closing
time for the receipt of
Proposals for a period
of ninety (90) days.
Tn-County Airport Au-
thority reserves the
right to waive any infor-
malities or irregularities
in or reject any or all
bids and to award or
refrain from awarding
this bid.
Dated: May21,2013
By: Tn-County Airport
Authority
As published in the
Washington County
News May 29, 2013.
5-3239
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
672012CA000365XXlXXXX
BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DORA P CUMBIE;
CLARENCE P
FELDMAN III; LO-
RETTA D. FELDMAN;
UNKNOWN TENANT
NO. 1 G; UNKNOWN
TENANT NO. 2; and
ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING INTER-
ESTS BY THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST A
NAMED DEFENDANT
TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST iN
THE PROPERTY
HEREIN DESCRIBED,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CLARENCE
FELDMAN III, de-
ceased; ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING INTERESTS
BY THROUGH, UN-
DER OR AGAINST A
NAMED DEFENDANT
TO THIS ACTION, OR
HAVING OR CLAIMING
TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
TITLE OR INTEREST IN
THE PROPERTY


HEREIN DESCRIBED.
RESIDENCES UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following described
property in
Washington County,
Florida:
THE NORTH 1/2 OF
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
EAST 1/2 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
THE SOUTHEAST 1/4
OF SECTION 25,
TOWNSHIP I NORTH,
RANGE 13 WEST,
WASHINGTON
C O U N T Y ,
FLORIDA.TOGETHER
WITH THAT CERTAIN
2007 PLATINUM
HOMES MANUFAC-
TURED HOME, SERIAL
NO(S):PHALOO415A/B
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your Written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
SHD LEGAL GROUP
RA., Plaintiffs attorneys,
whose address is 2691
East Oakland Park
Blvd., Suite 303, Fort
Lauderdale, Florida
33306, within 30 days
from first date of publi-
cation, and file the orig-
inal with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiffs at-
torneys or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
complaint or petition.
DATED on 5/13, .2013.
Linda Hayes Cook
As Clerk of the Court
By: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with
a disability who needs
any accommodation in
order to participate in
this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA
Coordinator by mail at
P 0. Box 1089, Pan-
ama City, FL 32402 or
by phone at (850)
747-5338 at least seven
(7) days before your
scheduled court ap-
pearance, or immedi-
ately upon receiving
this notification if the
time before the sched-
uled appearance is less
than seven (7) days. If
you are hearing im-
paired, please call 711.
As published in the
Washington County
News May 22, 29,
2013.


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general and ground Apartments, furnished. Spacious 3 Bdr/2 Bath I CALLS PLEASE. I 850-723-4642
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maintenance of and Recent Grads Ex- 850-547-2096. (850)547-2627.
equipment and cellent Benefits, Weekly 4 o-
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acceptable place. Wheelchair ac-
equivalency COTTAGE STYLE 2 BR INTOWN REDUCED-$55,900-- cessible. $130,000
diploma. One (1) -43 ACRES-$77,500---4 BR 1.5 BA BRICK-$89,900- OBO. George 200S $18,8003 Bounder
year experience (850)638-8020 36S $18,800"'
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Mitchell Anderson Andrew Boruff


Austin Boyd .


Samantha Collins Jody Graham Samuel Harrison


Melisa Huddleston Jacob Ingle


Brayden Miller


Austin Jordan


Savannah Miller Hanna Mollet


Baccalaureate
3 p.m., June 2, 2013
Bethlehem Gymnasium
Graduation
7 p.m., June 4, 2013
Bethlehem Gymnasium
Class Colors
Turquoise and Black
Class Flower
Tiger Lily
Class Song
Laughed Until We Cried Jason Aldean
Class Motto
The hardest years, the wildest years, the
4Lsperate and dividing years, these shall not
be the forgotten years.
Class President
Summer Potter
Class Vice-President
Austin Boyd
Class Treasurer
Tara Rogers
Class Secretary
Kelby Merchant
Historians Emily Champion,
Missy Huddleston and Hanna Mollet


Gavin Moore Kaitlyn Parrish Summer Potter


Danny Brink Haley Bush Emily Champion


Duston Hays


Deanna Hodges Jeremy Hollobaugh


Savannah Lee Charles McQuaid Kelby Merchant


Derek Reynolds Casey Richards


Tara Rogers


Timber Spivey


Bradley Stephens


Christopher
Thomas


Not pictured: Jeremy Dunn


Jessica Trammell


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Be Proud of Yourself,
Graduates.

BOARD MEMBERS
Jason Motley
Rusty Williams
Sid Johnson
Shirley Owens
Debbie Kolmetz

HOLMES COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
Eddie Dixon


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Justin Adkins Joey Andrews


Mary Bowen


Sarah Bowen


Colby Chance Dylan Clark


Scessalie Austin


Hunter Brock


Emily Clark


Baccalaureate
7:30 p.m., May 29, 2013
Shiloh Baptist Church
Graduation
8 p.m., May 31, 2013
Memorial Field
Class Colors
Blue and Silver
Class Flower
Tiger Lily
Class Song
Today My Life Begins Bruno Mars
Class Motto
-lways forgive but never forget, learn from
mistakes but never regret. -unknown
Class President Mary-Helen Wilson
Class Vice-President Kara Bush
Treasurer Harry "Bbba" Davis
Secretary Jenna Corbin


Jasmine Belser


Taylor Birge


Kara Bush Zackary Butler


Aaliyah Coleman


Jackson Cagle


Sara Compton Tanner Cook


Gabe Cumbie


Karlena Daniles Amber Davis


Harry Davis


Holly Davis Destinie Dilmore James Dilmore


v/alcolm Danielle Gainer Araceli Galvan Joseph Gass Qaasim Gibson Ashley Granger
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Chipley High School


Jessica Harris


Kyle Hinote Brandon Johns


Arthur Jones Brandon Jones


Alec Kennedy


James Kent Edward Laird


Zachary Lankist


Kaylah Lara Loretta Latham Tiffany Laurie


Tiffany Lunsford


Austin Lee Courtney Lee Christian Lerner


Tori Mashburn Delious Massaline Zachary McDaniel Sean McDonald


Austin Miles


Brandon Licea Morgan Locke


Logan Norwood Katelynne Obert


Victoria Lovett


Landon Odum


Deepkumar Patel


Dimple Patel Elizabeth Patterson


Robert Patterson


Tyler Pettis Naithon Pierce


Joshua Pitts Garrett Pletcher


Braylee Pooser


Damion Potter Kirstin Redfield Laridsa Reyes


Ashley Ross


Allison Rudd


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Congrdtuldtions To All
Our Graduates!

CHIPLEY

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Congratulations, Graduates!
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(850) 638-8768
1135 Main Street Chipley, FL


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Kara Bush Zachary Lankist
Braylee Pooser Jacob Tillis
Sara Kaye Compton Matt Grebeta
Mary Helen Wilson Bubba "Harry" Davis
Taylor Williams Colby Chance
Shelby Clark Tyler Pettis
Devan Taylor Damion Potter
Garrett Pletcher Sean McDonald


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1300 South Blvd* Chipley, FL 32428
(850) 638-1830


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like to recognize our
2013 Graduates!
Cody Johnson Vernon H.S.
Ashley Vallejos Holmes County H.S.
Loretta Latham Chipley H.S.
Josh Roberts University of Florida
Ethan Carmichael University of Florida
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Chipley High School


Rakeia Sorey Denise Spracklen Timothy Steele


Joshua Steverson Sierra Stoe


Robert Sullivan Colleen Taylor Colton


Trivia Thomas Destiny Julia Velt
Vecchiarelli


Bridgett Vickers


Kari Waldrip Gabrielle Walker


Savannah Wall Regan Walls


Corrie Wilkins Ebony Williams


Mary Wilson


Brittany Woods


Morgan Worley


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to all our
area graduates.



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CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
(850) 638-0429 Fax: (850) 638-8373
www.trawickconstruction.com


Congratulations
Class of 2013!
We are proud of you!


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BANK


1385 Main Street


Chipley, Florida 32428


www. OneSouthBank. corn 850-415-6870


Doug Terrell


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is in your hands, and so is your future.
Keep up the great work, graduates.
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Jasymn Broxton


Alexis Blount Jerodd Blount


Kayla Byram Caleb Clements



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7 p.m., May 22, 2013
Cottondale First Baptist Church
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8 p.m., May 30, 2013
Cottondale High School Gymnasium
Class Colors
Royal Blue and Silver
Class Flower
Orange Tiger Lily
Class Song
World's Greatest R. Kelly
Class Motto
Why fit in when you were
born to stand out? Dr. Seuss
Class President
Maggie Braxton
Class Vice-President
Ryan Morrissey
Treasurer
Jameika Lee
Secretary
Linda Black
Chaplin
Alexis Blount


Frances Boggs


Logan Edenfield


Haley Boggs Maggie Braxton


Elisabeth Festa Kendriece
Gardner


Jonathon Odom


Amber Pate


Trenton Pettis "


Willie Pippin Taajwar Pope


Carolyn Pullin


Cody Hamm Lindsey Hancock


Justin Harris Kitana
Hill-Rosario


SJckso Treto- ackson
Elijawaun Jackson Trenton Jackson


Ladell Johnson


Jeffery Lewis


Gage Martin Drake Mayo


Austin Nix


Nefertiti Nix


Kelsie Obert Dexter Roulhac, Jr. Aarian Russ


Chandler Smith, Jr. Michael Smith


Kristian Sullivan Sheldon Vann Adina Villarreal Jacquez Walker Khadejah Ward


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Congratulations to

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r II


Elaine Allen Charles Arrants


Rasheed Campbell David Cluff


Jossie Barefield


Devin Cobb


Graceville High School
Baccalaureate
6 p.m., May 29, 2013
The Baptist College of Florida
Graduation
6 p.m., May 30, 2013
Graceville High School Gymnasium
Class Colors
Orange, Black, and White
Class Flower
Orange Tipped Rose
Class Song
Long Live Taylor Swift
Class Motto
T ..ether we have experienced life, separately
ni, will pursue our dreams, and forever our
memories will remain.
Class President Xavier Henderson
Class Vice-President Taylor McDaniel
Class Secretary Emoree Smith
Class Treasurer Annalaura Watson
| Class Reporter Anna Catherine Payne


Cameran Barkley Trieniety Boston Andrea Bowen


Javonta Cotton Deondre Davis Rebecca Delgado


Ebony Eady Kevin Edwards Toquille Fanklin q


Danielle Fender


Malik Franklin Victoria Gainer


Cameron Graham


Haydyn Green


Jasmine Gurin Xaviera Henderson


John Howell Richard Hyde


Clay Jenkins


Kiara Johnson


Shanice Mack


Taylor McDaniel


Davonte Merritt


Zak Miles C.J. Miller


Caitlin Miller


Dustin Murphy Tiffany Newell


Anna Payne


Kurtiana Pinkard


Taylor Smith Han Tran


David Pippin Hunter Potts


Tyler Powell Kaylee Vaughn


Eric Rapozo Destiny Robinson


Kiara Walker


jornatian
Rousseau


Joshua Ward Zachariah Ward


Christian Emoree Smith
Sadousky


Annalaura Watson Marquis White


Justin Yates Nathan Young


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SCONGRA TULA TONS SENIORS
We Are Proud Of You!

(HRISTIAN

MEMORIAL CHAPEL
"A Pittman Service Makes The Difference"
5441 Cooper St., Graceville, FL
(850) 263-6834
^ ... www.pittmanchristianmemorial.com


Kate Kincaid


Ricky Kerr


Congratulations
STo Our
Graduates!

Mattox
Photography


eaS, et, 850.263.2738
Se o CXa 962 12th Avenue
a tales, c"aA Graceville, FL 32440
Goti e www.mattoxstudio.com


Congratulations
to the
2013 Graduates!


CIRCLE GRILL
5325 Cotton Street Graceville
263-3292







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Holmes County High School


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Philip Agolio Ethan Arkridge Nicholas Alexander


Taylor Basford Fallon Braxton Austin Burk


Mason Carnley


Shelby Clark


Baccalaureate
6 p.m., May 29, 2013
First Baptist Church
Graduation
7:30 p.m., May 31, 2013
Memorial Field
Class Colors
Navy Blue and Vegas Gold
Class Flower
White Rose
Class Song
Little Wonders Rob Thomas
Class Motto
The question isn't who is going to let me;
it's who is going to stop me. Ayn Rand
Class President
Sierra Smith
Class Vice-President
Courtney English
Class Treasurer
Peyton Glover
Class Secretary
Adam Faulkner
Class Historian
Saylor Lake


Anna Bailey


Mikaela Barnes


Gage Burlison Trevor Bush


Whitney Corbin


Holly Come Guadalupe Cornejo


Trenton Cross


Harley Davlin


Jordan Dixon


Peyton Dowling Katie Easterling Kristin Eaton


Hanna Elmore Courtney English Benjamin Evers


Adam Faulkner Koleton Forehand


Dakota French


Michala French


Garrett Gardner Dennis Garvin Sarah George


Peyton Glover Alexis Gray


Congratulations Seniors!
We Are Proud of You.





Nicholas Alexander
Anna Bailey
Trevor Bush
Zach Cooley
Jordan Dixon
Adam Faulkner
Alex Hornsby
Dustin Janas
Lauren Johnson
Kelsea Madden
Sally Pendoley
Raquane Powell
Brittany Sewell
Lydia Sheesley
Stephanie Warnock
Sam Wells


"I know the plans I have for you..."
God

First Baptist Church

of Bonifay


REST WISHES TO ALL
GRADUATING SENIORS

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


Fashion Frenzy
Boutique
609 A West Hwy. 90 Bonifay
547-2000
Hours: Tues.-Fri.: 10am-5pm
Saturday: 10am-2pm


Congratulations, JULIE WELLS!
You are a smart, responsible, and talented
young lady who makes us proud every day.
Don't ever "forget" that!
Love, Mom & Dad


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Holmes County High School


Grant Harris Amber Hayden Carlton Hedman


Andrew Hewett


Zoie Hodge Richard Hopper


Alex Hornsby


Shelby Johnson


Clara Jones Lauren Jones


Clayton Keen


Saylor Lake Summer Little


Selina Long


Tayler Mann George Martinez


Ruben Martinez


Mikayla Moore


Heather Mason Anthony
McCorvey


Michael Murphy


Kirk McKee Savannah Meeks


Christopher Whitney Outlaw
Newton


Alex Meintel


Ethan Merchant


Jacky Miles


Bree Owens Jonathan Owens Sally Pendoley Ashleigh Pippins Lindsey Pippins


Summer Pippins Hannah Powell
SumerPipn Hannah Powell


Rae'lantiss Powell Kayla Purkey


Samantha Roberts


Denisse Robledo Emily Rockwell Franklin Russ


RVI


CITY OF BONIFAY
Mayor Lawrence E. Cloud
Council Members
Andrew Granger Richard Woodham
Roger Brooks Micah McCormick


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HATS OFF
to all
2013 Graduates!

LUCAS N. TAYLOR, P.A.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
122B S. Waukesha Street
Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-7301

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Specializing in Virus Removal
Locked Passwords & Data Retrieval
Repains Sei vice Upgiades. Sales
Serving Holmes & Woshington County since 1999
Bonifav Chioley
547-3036 415-6979
116 6S.VVaukeshla St. 362 J. Failioad A'e.

SC & C Construction
of Northwest Florida LLC
Roofing Specialist
Servicing NWFlorida and Lower Alabama




850-547-1001 FL:CCC1327331 AL: S-44779


GIVE THE PERFECT GIFT
What Every Girl Wants...
A Gift Certificate
from VO's Nails lh


Five Technicians to Serve You!
VO's Nails & Tailoring
(850) 547-5507
Highway 79 in Bonifay, next to Subway



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GOOD GOING, GRADUATES!


Drive Responsibly.

CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE
2013 GRADUATES
FROM ALL OF US AT

Eastern Diesel & Auto W
* Wrecker Service
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-5545
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CONGRATULATIONS

GRADUATES!
CLOUD AUTO PARTS, INC.
Auto Truck -Tractor
"Call Cloud First" c4 W 3
547-3646
Lawrence E. Cloud
310 S. Waukesha Street. Bonifay, FL 32425






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Holmes County High School


Kodi Russ Stephanie Sawyer Jordan Segers Brittaney Sewell Lydia Sheesley


Billy Shirah


Frankie Storey Shayla Storey Jacob Swindle


Chris Walker


Jordan Taylor Crystal Tolley Demetria Ashley Vallejos
Troublefield


Tyler Wells


Stephanie Julie Wells
Warnock


Levi White


Lacey Johnathan Jordan Worthing
Whitehurst Williams


BENJAMIN
AUDIE EVERS
Holmes County
High School
We are proud of
you and love you!
Mom and Dad


Not Pictured:
Aubrey Adkins
Jose Aguilar
Avery Baker
Travis Brooks
Kara Burrows
Tyler Ford
Dylan Ivey
Jerry Petty
Shalon Robinson,


SON'S TIRE, INC.
202 S. Waukesha St. Bonifay. 547-3388

Congratulations Class of
2013 2'
Jerry Watkins
Insurance Agency, LLC
HOME AUTO LIFE
850-638-2222
1304 JACKSON AVENUE, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
EMAIL: WATKINSINSURANCE@ATT.NET



BEST WISHES AND GOOD LUCK
TO ALL 2013 GRADUATING SENIORS
BONIFAY
PIGGLY WIGGLY
911 N. Waukesha Street "l
Bonifay, FL 547-3826


Special Congratulations to
FALLON BRAXTON
7 SAVANNAH MEEKS
HANNA MOLLET
SIERRA SMITH


Breakfast6:30am-1lOam
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Congratulations
S auto all
Graduates of
2013!
Holmes County
Sheriff Tim Brown
and Staff


Delicious authentic Mexican food and
daily lunch specials.
1414 Main St. Chipley 638-2270


Congratulations to
SAM WELLS
and all
2013 Graduates!

Sims Insurance Age cy
410 N. Waukesha St. Bonifay, FL 32425
850-547-5411


Your Hard Work
Has Paid Off
And We're
Proud of You!

Johnson's Pharmacy
219 N. Waukesha St.* Bonifay, FL* 547-2163
M-F 8 am 5:30 pm. Sat. 8 am 12 pm Closed Sunday

Congratulations to the
Class of 20131

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LAKESBonifay, Florida
qLAKES 850-547-4653
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202 Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, FL 32425


PAEC

Congratulations
to the
Graduating Seniors of 2013
Panhandle Area Educational Consortium
Member School Districts

Calhoun Holmes Taylor
Ralph Yoder Eddie Dixon Pau Dyal
Superintendent Superintendent Superintendent
Franklin Jackson Wakulla
11 1 I n Steve Benton I II I
Superintendent Superintendent
Jefferson Walton
Gadsden Al Cooksey Carlene Anderson
;,,1 I1 ..... Superintendent Superintendent
I ih iI n Washington
Gulf II JoeTayIor
Jim Norton Superintendent Superintendent
Superintendent
Madison
Doug Brovwn
Superintendent
Safety & Positive Thinking
Lead to Success
Patrick McDaniel Tony Gansline
Executive Director Facilities and Safety Speciahlist






May 29, 2013 i i.. 11 County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser Graduation 2013 11


Joseph Barnes Melody Barney


Baccalaureate
2 p.m., June 2, 2013
Ponce de Leon High School Gymnasium
Graduation
7:30 p.m., June 3, 3013
Ponce de Leon High School Gymnasium
Class Colors
Red and White
Class Flower
Red Rose
Class Motto
Our Lives are before us, our past
is behind us, but our memories
are forever with us.
Class President
Desiree Rushing
Class Vice-President
Holly Parson
Class Secretary
Kayla Burns
Class Historian
Ashley Harper


Cody Best


Kayla Burns


Chelsey Dean


Jason Depauw


Richard Green Ashley Harper


Makala Hicks


Matthew Hicks


Chelsea Howard Kimee Jackson


Sheena Land


Ciara Lee


Jason Lee


Meredith Lee Oliver Lewelling


David Lindsey Tiffany McFarling


Lauryn
Montgomery


Miguel Rosales Desiree Rushing Morgan Rushing


Stephanie Moore Holly Parson


Samantha Smith Kalabe Stevens


Alex Price Brandon Pyles







Baylee Sweat Jordan Thomas


Tyler Radney


Tyler Thompson


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Cody Vaughan Zachary Woodall

KLAYTON PEAK
Ponce de Leon
High School
Congratulations
Klayton, you did it! We
are proud of you! Good
luck in your next
adventures. We love you!
Mom, Dad, and Keaton


CONGRATULATIONS
I c i to a//ll
2013
GRADUATES!

Odom Septic Tank Services
Highway 273 Chipley, FL 638-0142


7Congratuilations
to a//ll
2. 013 Graduates!

Skins & Bubba's Family Restaurant
1448 Main St., Hwy. 77 .* 4BBp 2
SChiple%, Florida 638-4BBQ(4227)r


Not Pictured:
Shelby Moran
Masie Stromenger


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Jace Zorn


from the Mayor and Town Council of
nPonce Je eeon








TO ALL PfRE

GRPDUPTES!
from all of us at


/^iNsuRANcE^J AGENCY INC,
"Serving You Is Our Most Important Product"
1396 Jackson Ave.* Chipley
(850) 638-1805


Codie Allen


Josephine Carlson Kristina Carroll


Mossad El Sankary Ashlee Freeman


Austin Touchton


Congratulations To

The Class of 2013!

A&B AUTO SALES
OF JAX, INC.
1383 Jackson Ave., Chipley, FL. (850) 638-7445


Congratulations
and Good Luck
to all
2013 Graduates!


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Congratulations To All
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Bonifay
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Poplar Springs High School


Rachel Allen Hadley Battles Dustin Culbreth


Colton Harlow Amber Osborn Makayla
Rodriguez


Tanner Smith William Sorrells Lindsey Sutton


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Poplar Springs High School
Baccalaureate
3 p.m., May 26, 2013
Bethel Baptist Church
Graduation
7 p.m., May 30, 2013
Poplar Springs High School Gymnasium
Class Colors
White, Colombian Blue, and Red
Class Flower
White Rose
Class Motto
As long as we have memories, yesterday
remain. As long as we have hope,
tomorrow awaits. Unknown
Class President
Jennifer Walker
Class Vice-President
Tanner Smith
Class Treasurer/Secretary
Kallie Rodriequez


Nicholas Dahl Sierra Finch John Hagans, Jr.


Jacob Shattuck Carol Silberman Jacob Slater


Not Pictured: Olin Bryan


Alexis Andrews Dakota Ball Kristina Ball


Dean Bollinger


Casey Bourkard Chanice Bowers


Vj Baccalaureate
6:30 p.m., May 26, 2013
Vernon High School Auditorium
:, Graduation
7 p.m., May 30, 2013
Vernon High School Football Field
Class Colors
Orange and Silver
Class Flower
Orange and White Chrysanthemum
Class Sonz
Friday Night Brantley Gilbert
Class Motto
i 'ur lives are before us...our past is behind
ii ...but our memories are forever with us.
Class President
Bailey Burch
Class Vice-President
Chanice Bowers
Class Treasurer
Sarah Armstrong
Class Secretary
Josh Becker


Joshua Becker Jachob Berry Dakota Betts


Devonte Bowers


Destiny Brady Hannah Brewer


Brenna Brock


Jensen Brookshire


Bailey Burch


Chelsa Burke

1%t /


Kaitlin Burke Kaitlyn Christian


RACHEL ALLEN
Poplar Springs
High School
Rachel, Congratulations
from your whole family
You have accomplished
a lot, and we all love you
very much.
Mama and Grandpa


ArGRADUATES

SASSER'S BOOKKEEPING
AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE
1338 N. Railroad Avenue Chipley, FL
(850) 638-0434

CONGRATULATIONS
ToALLOFOOUR
2013 GRADUATES W

OBAR'S INSURANCE AGENCY
Auto, Home, Farm, Commercial Bonds, Mobile Homes, Life, Health
Arthur P.W. Obar, Jr., Agent An Independent Insurance Agency
Graceville, FL* (850) 263-4483


When the loss of a loved one occurs, a call to Brown
Funeral Home assuresyou that all ofyour 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- Veed arrangements at Brown
Funeral Home are safe and protected by the laws of the
State of Florida. We welcome all questions pertaining
to your Pre-JVeed and we are here to serve you, as we
have for the past 47 years.

BROWN
FUNERAL HOME
Don Brown, Owner, LFD
Jimmy Sasser, LFD Ryan Brown, LFD
1068 MAIN STREET. 912 BRICKYARD ROAD
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA (850) 638-401 0
www.brownfh.net
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Good Luck With Your
Future Endeavors
Washington County
School District
Superintendent Joseph Taylor
and


Washington County
School Board Members
Vann Brock, District 1
Wayne Saunders, District 2
Milton Brown, District 3
Terry Ellis, District 4


Susan Roberts, District 5
Congratulations Grads of 2013


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Elijah Church


Samantha Church Caitlyn Clark


Eric Clark


Destiny Clayton Joseph Corcoran


Courtney Cox Kionte Davis


Michael Davis


Hunter Dobbs Brittney
Drummond


Nora Drummond


Lane Evans Jestiny Fears


Michael Fogarty


Kalista Fowler


Amber Gerard


Allen Gimenez


Stephanie Gipson Zakarious Green Destiny Hallman Brittany Halstead Cierra Hammack


Alana Hearn


Richard
Henderson


Ansley Holland Savannah Holley


Brandon Johnson


Charles Kellner Dylan Kirk


Ashton Kirkland


Kelsie Locke


Lonnie Marlow


Kori Maynor Whitney Mullins Raymond Palmer


Robert Patton Deannia Peterson


Zetoyra Peterson


Cody Pettis Alexsis Phillips


Carolyn Poppell


Nick Porter Meranda Proctor


Kaitlyn Qualls


Tyson Reynolds


Karl Rogers Austin Selden


Autumn
Shamburger


Blaze Silas


Kayla Smith Justice Spencer


Shawn Stumpff


Mitchell Sznura Logan Tyner Ja'Kevia Works A'Keiyah Wright La Tonya
Yelverton




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p: 334-699-4036
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p: 850-638-0388
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Retirement Strategies Investments Estate Planning


Congratulations

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Graduation
6:30 p.m., June 3, 2013
Shiloh Baptist Church
Class Colors
Black and White
Class Flower
White Rose
Class Song
For Your Glory
Class Verse
"For I know the plans I have fore you"
Jeclares the Lord "Plans to prosper you and
11.it to harm you, plans to give you hope and
a future". Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV)


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Kenneth Thomas


Graduation
6 p.m., May 16, 2013
New Life Fellowship
Class Colors
Green and Gold
Class Flower
Forget-Me-Not
Class Song
This is Not Goodbye Sidewalk Prophets
Class Verse
"Consider the blameless, observe the up-
right; a future awaits those who seek peace."
Psalm 37:37


Tiffany Shirah


Megan Green


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each and every member of the
Graduating Class of 2013.
GOOD JOB!

Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative

(800) 333-9392

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Good Luck 2013 Graduates!
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I aT10 I
FOR RENT
1B/R apartment, con-
venient location in
Chipley. No pets.
850-638-4640
Mandi Lea Apartments
in Vernon, 1, 2, and
3/BR. Financial Assis-
tance available is qual-
ified. 638-4640.
Spacious
One Bedroom
Apartments
$425- $450
Stove & Refrigerator.
Free W/S/G
No Pets
Convenient location
Downtown Chipley
638-3306.


2 Bdrm/1.5 Bath
Townhouse Apt. Chip-
ley area. No Pets.
(850)638-1918.


2BD/1BA House
901 Main St Chipley
Fenced yard $600
mth Security depo
$575 Call
850-271-9973
For rent, possibly rent
to own $500/mth, +
depo. No pets. 2672
Lazy Bone Dr., Vernon,
Reference required
(850)535-2924.

S 6170
3 Bdrm/2 Bath Dou-
blewide.4.5 miles from
Chipley. Water & sew-
age included. $650/mo.
(850)638-2999
2BD/1nBA in
I Vernon. I
$400/mth plus
security.
I NO PETS.
773-1352 OR
258-3815.
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2BR/2BA MH in Chip-
ley. WD hookup. CH/A.
1 yr lease. No pets.
$475/mth + deposit.
850-763-3320 or
850-774-3034.
2BR/2BA, MH for rent.
on Pioneer Rd. Call
8 5 0- 849 -6 8 42 ,
8 5 0- 32 6 -0 5 82 ,
850-638-7315.
2BR/2BA M.H., Ver-
non. First, last, plus de-
posit. Excellent condi-
tion. No pets. HUD ac-
cepted. Call 535-6425
or 850-326-2201.
For Rent.
I Two, 2BR/1BA MH
and one 3BR/1 BA
MH. All on Corbln
Rd. Storage build-
ings, decks, all elec-
tric. On nice big lots.
I furnish water, gar-
bage, do lawn in
Summer, spray once
a month and change
AC filters. For more
Info call Lou at
638-1911 or
326-0044. Sorry, no
p - ets. -
Large 2BR/2BA MH.
Clean $500/mo,
$250/deposit Call
638-1462 or 260-5928
Spacious 3 Bdr/2 Bath
Doublewide near Chip-
ley city limits. Fenced
yard, no pets, no
s m o k e r s
(850)547-2627.


7100 Homes
7105 Open House
7110 Beach Hme/
Properly
7120 Commercial
7130 Comno/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lois and Aceage
7160 Mobili Homes/Lots
7170 Watertronl
71890 Investment
Property
7190 Dut-ol-Town
Real Estate
720 TImeshare






lots. Recer. ,
I modeled 1,.Good I
i seller. 850-4 :
or 850-849-767o.
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Built in year 2000.
1400 sq/ft. living,
2&3/4 acre wooded lot,
vinyl & brick, 3/2, wide
hallway, patio, covered
front porch, hardwood
in bedrooms, tile in
kitchen/baths, carpet in
hallway/living 2 car
garage w/storage area,
20'x24' vinyl siding in-
sulated workshop,
10'x16' wood shed, 15'
dia above ground pool
Located in Washington
County-Hwy 77, 40
minutes to Bay County
Airport (850)773-7610
$180,000-OBO


FSBO/Agent: 3 Bd/2
Bth, 20 acres, 1600'
metal shed, $21 OK.
(305)394-3992. Also
for rent @
$1000/month.


r GREAT FLIP 'I
PROPERTY!
I 4 BD/2BA plus 800
sqf shop. On 1 acre
in country, 3 miles
from Chipley.
I NO FOR RENT
I CALLS PLEASE.
Lower 50 's. Call Ron


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33 acres, Washington
County, Double Wide
excellent condition, 3/2,
mostly furnished, fire-
place. Wheelchair ac-
cessible. $130,000
OBO. George
(850)638-8020.


Prime Property.
Two 8 acres on Bedie
Rd, Two 9 acres on
Bedie Rd. 5 acres on
Hwy 77. Some owner
financing For more info
call Milton Peel @
850-638-1858 or
326-9109.


Call To Place

An Ad In Classifieds,


Washington
County News
(850) 638-0212


Holmes County
Times-Advertiser
(850) 547-9414


410 i 4100 0

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BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510
COTTAGE STYLE 2 BR INTOWN REDUCED-$55,900--
-43 ACRES-$77,500---4 BR 1.5 BA BRICK-$89,900-
--2 HOMES ON 13 AC HWY FRONT-$159,000---15
ACRES-$28,500---10 AC 4 BR 2 BA HOME PAVED
ROAD REDUCED-$134,900--- AC 2 BR BRICK-
$79,900---31+ AC OLD HOUSE PAVED ROAD-
$65,900---2 BR 2 BA HOME OWNER FINANCING-
$65,900---50 ACRES 3 BR 2 BA HOME-$245,000
www.bett,, [lescounItiryrel tyonI nekcomII I iI.I


Wednesday, May 29, 2013


REAL ESTATE Auc-
tion. 54+/- acre prop-
erty, located Berkeley
County, WV, offers a
historic grand manor
house, in-ground pool
and pool house, mul-
tiple structures with
21,000+/- sq. ft. of
heated living space, a
large pond, private
deeded access to deep
water Potomac with
slips and ramp. The
auction will be held
June 14 at 2:00 PM.
Will sell with a mini-
mum bid of $995,000.
For details go to
woltz.com or call Woaltz
& Associates, Inc.
(WV# 1000), Real Es-
tate Brokers & Auction-
eers 800-551-3588. Ro-
anoke, VA.


810n Aunbqun & Collnctibls
1110 Cars
120 Suorts UtIIIy V hiclis
130 trucks
B140 Vans
8150 Commernial
s1lo Molnaycicas
B170 -Aulo Paris
A AccessAores
2B10 Boats
1220 Personal Waterciali
8230 Sailboals
B240 Boal & Marine
Supplles
81245 Saol Slips & Dockis
8310 AnlcrariA'AvIlon
B320 ATV.VIf Road VIeicle
8330 Campers Irallors
B340 Molorhomes


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gas motor, Allison
5-speed auto tranny.
Call or txt:
850-387-6500 to
make offer
Text FL53262 to 56654

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