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VOLUME 98 NO. 41 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E-mail email@example.com 50c (Including Tax)
make state honor roll
S:by Kelli Peacock
C alhouri County students,
Teachers, and administrators
i3ave plenty to be proud of after
nakilng the state's honor roll!
Governor Jeb Bush and
ICommissioner of Education John
NWinn announced last week that,
:despite tougher standards, close
to three quarters of Florida's
'public schools are high perform-
-ing. Even with Florida's
increased standards for writing,
'and the inclusion of Students
-with Disabilities (SWVD) and
:Limited English Proficient (LEP)
students in the calculation, 71
percent of schools achieved an
'A" or "B" grade with 463 schools
-improving their grade.
Points are accumulated based
bn the percentage meeting high
standards in reading, math, and
writing, along with the number
making gains in those subjects.
'A numerical score of 410 or
'above is an "A". while a "B" is
-anything between 380 to 409. A
letter grade of "C" is 320 to 379,
a "D" is 280 to 319, and an "F" is
0 to 279.
Among those making the mark
were Calhoun County schools.
Carr Elementary and Middle
School \\as the top performer in
Calhoun and Liberty counties.
earning an "A" for the third
Straight year and the highest
number of points at 435.
School was close behind with a
total of 430 points and main-
tained their "A" grade from the
Blountstown High School
improved one letter grade from a
-"C" last year to a 'B" with a score
SAltha Public School main-
Jained their "B" average at 407.
just three points shy of an "A".
-Blountstown Middle School
Stayed on the honor roll, but
dropped from last year's "A" to a
~B" this year with a score of 394.
S"As superintendent I mu hon-
ored and very pleased that our
schools have made the FCAT A/B
honor roll." says Mary Sue Neves.
Calhoun County's Superinten-
dent of Schools. "We have two "A"
schools and three -B" schools
and will continue to close the
Academic gap. Our school district
goal is to have every child per-
forming on or above grade level
in every subject area. I would like
to congratulate our students.
parents. teachers and adirnirs-
trators for doing a great job.
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Educating our children is a com-
munity effort as we continue to
move toward excellence."
Over in Liberty County.
Hosford Elementary and Jr. High
brought in their third straight "A"
grade with a score of 422.
Liberty County High School
improved one letter grade from a
"D" last year to a "C" with a score
V.R. Tolar K-8 fell short of
another "A" with a score of 393.
putting them at a "B".
"High expectations continue to
yield rising student achievement.
Each time we raise the bar in
education. Florida's students
and teachers surpass the chal-
lenge to achieve higher stan-
dards." said Governor Bush.
Even with the addition of
learning gains for SWD and LEP
students included in this year's
grading, top school grades
remained consistent with 2004
rankings -- 1253 schools earned
an "A" and 589 received a "B"
grade. Just 12 percent of
schools received a "D" or "F"
grade. Last year, learning gains
for SWD and LEP students were
not included in school grades.
Learning gains, which are a crit-
ical component of the A+ Plan.
are designed to help individual
students make progress.
"In 1995. we had 158 low-per-
forming schools." said
Commissioner Winn. "We have
raised the bar three times since
then. and still cut the number of
low-performing schools in half."
Parents will receive a school
report card that provides a com-
prehensive look at their child's
school. For more information.
One of the Buchanan triplets, from Blountstown hoists a bald eagle during a celebration in honor of the 144th
Transportation Company held Sunday at the National Guard Armory in Marianna.
oFCrTCI e. r.IMARK *zK:ilrrrjEH Iieu ,I -ErlERAL rJES U E SERVICE
Parade, celebration held in honor of troops
Welcome home, 144th!
by Kelli Peacock
The 144th Transportation
Company received a hero's wel-
-come Saturday night when they
arrived at the National Guard
Armory in Marianna.
The troops, including several
Calhoun and Liberty county sol-
diers, cruised into town on three
chartered buses just after 11
p.m. and were greeted with'
cheers and hugs from family and
friends. After unloading their
bags. they headed home for the
night, but were back in Marianna
Sunday afternoon for a celebra-
tion organized by the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce.
Following a parade through
downtown Marianna. festivities
continued at the armory where a
delicious meal and generous gifts
were enjoyed. Marianna busi-
nesses raised S20.000 in four
days to provide the gift packages
- which included a $70 WalMart
gift card for each of the 150 sol-
diers in the 144th.
One of the highlights of the
festivities was the presence of a
bald eagle brought to the event
by handler Betsy Knight of the
Big Bend Wildlife Sanctuary in
Altha. The eagle. with wings
spread. led the parade honoring
the troops. Back at the armory.
Knight handed the eagle over to
one of the Buchanan triplets
from Blountstown who hoisted it
above her shoulders to the
cheers of the crowd.
Planning the event was no
easy feat. The Chamber of
Commerce., under the direction
See 144TH, page 6
After traffic death investigation....
Altha man arrested
by Kelli Peacock
An investigation into a Bay
County crash that left one dead
has resulted in the arrest of an
Shawn P. McDaniel, 32, has
been charged with one felony
count of driving while license was
suspended or revoked resulting
in a fatality, and one misde-
meanor count of having no liabil-
In the trenches
Local filmmaker Elam Stollzfus (right) and world renowned photographer
Clyde Butcher are in the thick of things as they gather footage for the upcom-
Sing documentary, Apalachicola River: An American Treasure. They are
shown above in the trough of Means Creek, Aspalaga Tract, Torreya State:
Park. Bristol. "As you can tell, we have a smile, but wet and dirty was on the
menu," says Stoltzfus. Look insde this issue for more on their adventures.
Highway Patrol, the 'crash
occurred April 7 at 6:20 a.m. on
SCounty Road 388, approximately'
1.5 miles east of State Road 77.
McDaniel was reportedly east-
bound on County Road 388 when
his vehicle crossed the center
line and traveled into the west-
bound lane. driving into the path
of Parker's westbound pickup.
The vehicles collided on the west-
bound lane edge line.
ity insurance. Parker was taken to Btav
According to the Florida Medical Center in critical condi-
warns of Scam
State Attorney Steve Meadows
requests the assistance of the
media in alerting the public to a
seam being tried in our area.
Citizens in several counties
have complained of receiving let-
ters and checks from persons
claiming to represent lotteries.
The letters, from "Golden Lotto
Mega Bucks," "6/45 Mega Lotto"
or sinilarly-named groups, con-
tain many numbers and dollar
figures, including large "win-.
The letter may be accompa-
nied by a check which is to be
.deposited into the recipient's
bank account. It is believed that
the purpose is to obtain bank
account information. There is:
often a warning not to discuss
the winnings "until the prize
Money is obtained." The targets
are likely to be persons over 65
years of age.
"Thsis is not a new scam," said
Meadows. "Once. again, we are
faced with the fact that there are
those who attempt to prey upon
our older citizens." Meadows
advises anyone who receives a
letter promising a cash award,
but requiring a cash payment, to
discuss it with someone trust-
"Talk with a family member or
trusted friend," said Meadows,
*"or call your local law enforce-
ment agency or the State
"The old saw is trues: If it
sounds too good to be true, it
Lion and later died from his
injuries. McDaniel was treated at
Gulf Coast Hospital for serious
Following an investigation into
the crash by Trooper C.D.
Chapman, McDaniel surrendered
to' state troopers at 7 p.m. on
June 6 and was booked into the
Bay County Jail.
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Calhoun 6 Liberty County Schools
Blountstown Elementary .. .........A
Blonttown Middle School.........A....
Blountstown High School ............ C....",
Carr Elementary/MiddleSchool ...A. ...S
Altha School ............................. B....
Liberty County High School ........D.... C
W. R. Tolar K-8 ...................... A.... .4! ,
Hosford Elementary/Jr. High.......A....\A
The County Record, JUNE 15, 2005, Page 2
er, Fleck will wed
Robert and Sharon Turner of
Blountstown announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Elizabeth Lynn, of Tallahassee,
to Robert Nelson Fleck, of
Tallahassee. He is the son of
Janet Pooser of Altha, and Steve
and Caroline Fleck of Boynton
Lynn is the granddaughter of
Edna Turner and the late C.D.
Turner, and the late Bonnie
Newton and Jack Newton, all of
She is a 1998 graduate of
Blountstown High School and is
employed with the Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Robbie is the grandson of the
late Susan Fleck, Bob and Dottie
Fleck of Blountstown, and Mary
Trickey and the late Nelson
Trickey of Altha.
He is a 1999 graduate of
Liberty County High School and:
is employed as a Sales Manager
with Liberty National Life
Insurance Company in
A private sunset ceremony is
planned October 8th on Panama
There will be a Pancake &
Sausage Breakfast Saturday,
June 18, from 7:00 9:00 a.m. at
Dixie Lodge, 16th Street,
For only S4.00 you can enjoy a
tasty breakfast ALL YOU CAN
EAT of ice cold orange juice, pan-
cakes, sausage and coffee.
Come early and ehjoy fabu-
lous food and fellowship at Dixie
Lodge Saturday, June 18.
See you at the Dixie Lodge on
ERA Chipola Realty
Realtor Receives Award
Marianna- ERA Chipola Realty Realtor
Carla Peacock was the recipient of the
ERA "CROWN" award that is based on the i
high qualities and values of an ERA
Associate displayed as a Realtor at the i
Gulf Coast Sales Rally in Destin, Fl.
Carla Peacock was the proud recipient of
the "CROWN" award. Criteria for the
award is voted on by other Sales
Associates in the office that believed
exemplifies the qualities and values of an
ERA Associate. The outstanding qualities >.
shown by a Realtor@ needed b:. be in the
areas of production, ethics, positive
attitude, team spirit, unselfishness,
integrity, cooperation with staff and other
associates. The "CROWN" award is a great honor to receive from office peers.
Carla Peacock said, "I was completely shocked when they called my name to
receive to award. I wasn't expecting it at all but I'm thrilled that everyone in
the office thought of me."
The County Record
Deadline is now
www.thecountyrecord.net Monday at 12 Noon
Elizabeth Lynn Turner and Robert Nelson Fleck
Letters to the Editor I
S\\'e would like to express our:
isncere gratitude for the leader-
Ship and, wonderful working
n\v-ronment that Ronnie Hand
hias provided for Blountsto\wn
Ijgh School for the past, two
,. His obvious love for our school
and the. young people that we
serve will never be forgotten. We
vish him the best of luck in his
r\\' endeavors and feel sure that
Swill be a success in anything
e chooses to do. -
S The Faculty and Staff of
: Blountstown High School
:' On behalf of Keep Calhoun
County Beautiful. Inc. I would
ike to congratulate The County!
Record for bnnging attention to
Ieep America Beautiful's Great
American Cleanup. the nation's
tlrgest community improvement
program. which just finished cel-
ebrating its 20th anniversary.
Public awareness is, perhaps.
bne of the greatest tools in keep-
tng Calhoun County beautiful
nd in helping people remember
Ln to litter.
Our Great American Cleanup,
\vhich was just one of 15,000
events in 30.000 communities
across the nation. was also sup-
pRrted locally by the City of
B'lountstown. City Police
Department, Calhoun County
Sheriffs Department, and Waste
Management. We also would like
tp thank the 2005 -Great
American Cleanup National
ISponsors. which include:
A6rnerican Honda Motor
company. Inc.. Cingular
wireless Firestone Complete
,Auto Care & TiresPlus, GLAD@
ForceFlexv' Trash Bags from The
Glad Products Company.
SP'ARKLE'- Paper Towels from
Pepsi-Cola Company, Scotts
p Miracle-Gro Co., Troy-Bilt,
\lIaste Management. Inc. and
WVm. Wrigley .Jr. Company. The'
Educational Partner is Rubber
: In the end. it \\as our commu-
nrit's citizens, who participated
in the clean-up activities who
'fi ** *
made all the difference in the
success of this years Great
Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful. Inc. says, 'Thank you.
Doris Traylor, Chairperson
Keep Calhoun County
Letter to the.Editor,
The Calhoun County Public
Library would like to thank the
Bank of America. for recently giv-
ing us .-i -.-,ll-mn~ [.lu t,.:'.1 vbit'-
board. Since it was too large and
heavy for staff members to trans -
port, we called the people that \we
knew we could count on. It only
took one phone call to the
Sheriffs office with a plea for
help. An Officer, with a work
crew, responded in a very timely
manner and had the item moved
within 24 hours. Thank you.
When the Library moved from
the old location to the new one
last year. we needed help to move
all the equipment and boxes of
books. We called on the Sheriff's
Department then. as well. and
See LETTERS. page 11 I
iht county Rccord
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Tuo years ago I obtained my Florida
Dealer's License due to the frustration of
shopping for a used car. The following three
things made car shopping a big headache
*Haggling for the best Price
*Having to come up with $2000 to $3000
for a down payment, taxes/,title and tag
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banks will loan you on this vehicle.
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June 6: Lillie Middlebrooks, violation of conaiional release; James Travis
SCromer, violation of probation Herman V. Yon, violation of ,county probation:
Terry James Moore, fugitive from justice. Jack W. Woodham. failure to appear in
June 8: Connie Mosley, disorderly conduct: Michael Rabon, loliaiion ot stale
June 9: Arnold Jay Pitts, domestic battery, violation of county probation;
Marshall Tapp. Bay Co. warrant
June 10: Scotty Taunton, violation of state probation; Samuel Hernandez,
holding for Hillsborough.Co.
June 11: Ronnie EugeneTaylor, aomeslic baneren Malaldo Sanchez. no valid
June 12: David Allen Fulford, DUI, driving while license suspended or revoked,
grand theft, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug.
June 13: Robert Allen Scott, DUI, driving wrile license suspended or revoked,
possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
The above individuals were booked into the Calhoun County Jail during
the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are
considered innocent until proven guilty.
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Pancake & sausage breakfast
Saturday at the Dixie Lodge
Gingerich, Schrock to exchange
vows July 30, Rivertown Church
Douglas and Marilyn
jGingerich of Blountstown are
happy to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Amber
SDawn Gingerich, to Terrill Brian
Schrock, son..of Arlin and Velma
SSchrock of Mobile, AL.
SThe bride's grandparents are
Vernon and Donna Gingerich of
i'Sarasota, and Ed and Doris
Stutzman of Berlin, Ohio.
The grandparents of the groom
are Walter and Glennys Shank of
Blountstown, and Martin and
Anna Weber from Atmore, AL.
Both the bride and groom are
currently residing in Tallahassee.
The bride is a graduate of
Blountstown High School and
later received her Bachelor's
Degree in Nursing from Florida
State University (2003). She now
works as a Registered Nurse at
Archibald Hospital in
The groom graduated from
Powhatan Christian High School
in Powhatan, VA, and then from
the University of South Alabama
with a Bachelor's Degree in
French and Russian Languages
(2003). He is presently a mem-
ber-in-training of Wycliffe Bible
Translators, a non-profit
organization. He currently works
as a truck-loader for UPS.
The wedding will take place on
Saturday, July 30, 2005, at 4:00
p.m., at Rivertown Community
Church in Blountstown, Paul
Smith, the pastor of this church,
will be officiating the ceremony.
No local invitations will be sent;
however, family and friends are
After the wedding, and until
December 2005, the newlywed
couple will be living at 603 Fulton
Rd., Apt. B12, Tallahassee,
Florida, 32312. Their future
plans include moving to Dallas,
Texas, for further education and
Amber Dawn Gingerich
and Terrill Brian Schrock
The County Record, JUNE 15, 2005, Page 3
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Ar. and Airs Jason Khorrimnrck
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Texas, reception on July 9
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Sriage on May 14. 2005 in Chiropractor's office in La Porte,
SHouston. Texas. The couple Texas. A reception/luau will be
enjoyed a hone-moon in beautiful held at Lake Mystic Baptist
SMaui. Hawaii. Jason works, as a Church fellowship hall in Bristol
SNational Educator for Garden of on .July 9th. The couple will
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50th anniversary party June 25
for Monk and Kathryn Barfield
The children and grandchil-
dren, of Monk and Kathryn-
(Green) Barfield are proud to
announce the upcoming 50th
Anniversary of their parents and
On June 19. 1955. at 2:00
p m. they were joined together in
mamaee by Rev. S.A. Co.xwell at
Shady Grove Baptist Church in
Grand Ridge. FL. Over the years
they were blessed with three chil-
dren and siL grandchildren. A
daughter. Cindy Barfield of
Grand Ridge. a son Scott and wife
Kim Barfield and children Haley.
Kelsey. Katy and Hannah of
Marianna. and son Matthew and
wife Jennifer Barfield and chil-
dren Cody and Victory of;
A celebration is planned for
June 25. 2005. at Shady Grove
Methodist Church fellowship
building. 7305 Birchwood Rd.,
Grand Ridge. FL from 2:00 tQ
5:00 p.m. AlI family and friends
are invited to attend. No inrita-
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,The County Record, JUNE 15, 2005, Page 4
Chamber puts strategic plan in motion
- Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce board members met with Gary
Clark, Vice President of West Florida Electric, last Thursday to discuss the
goals and objectives established in the recent FLOW meeting series. The
result of three previous' FLOW meetings with business leaders, elected offi-
cials, public officers, and interested citizens led to the creation of a strategic.
plan for the Chamber. Clark appointed committee chairs at Thursday's meet-
ing to help, put the plans in motion. Each chair will recruit members and put
their action plan together within 30 days. Work teams will focus on marketing
the community and helping it become a tourist destination, increasing
Chamber membership, inspiring pride and enhancing the image of the com-
munity,.and creating economic opportunities. Attending the meeting were
(seated, from left) Bobby Clark (Inspire Pride & Enhance Image Team and
Marketing Team), Gary Clark (West Florida Electric), Vicki Montford
(Chamber President), (standing) Dan Yoder (Membership Drive Team),
Raymond Russell (Board memberiofficer), Jessie Ehrich (Chamber Office
Manager), Ben Burnham (Inspire Pride & Enhance Image Team), Mary Alday
(Increase Awareness & Incentives Team), Harry Hagan (Create Economic
Opportunities & Improve Capacity Team). Martha Settlemire (Board mem-
ber), Jim Waldorff (Board member),' Danny Ryals (Board member/officer). If
d NASew S eveNTS frsowuethe
S Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
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Membership Meeting Thursday
Tre Chamber s monthly membership
meeting is Thursday. June 16 from noon
1o 1 00 p m. CT at the Caihrcun Counly
Senior Citizens Center in Biountslown.-
The speaker is Janice Walson, of the
Apalachee Regional Planning Council
(ARPC), and shewill make a presentation
on the County's Enterprise Zone
The ARPC serves a nine-counly
) region, which includes Calhoun County in
the: areas of- Land Use Planning and"
Review. Emergency Managemenl
Planning, and Economic Development
Ms Watson works ,jn.. he. Ecornomji
Development arm of the Council. spectfi-
cally staffing the revolving loan program.
She will present information about recent
legislation in reference, to the Calhoun
County Enterprise Zone, as well as spe-
cific information on tax incentives, and
rebates trat local businesses in Calhoun
County may be eligible for because of this
Please RSVP to Senior Citizens for a
- head count on food via telephone at 674-
.4163 For more information, please con-
tact the Chamber at 1674-4519, fax 1674-
49621. or e-mail cccnamber@
Blountstown Main Street
Main Street is gearing up' We have
several new members who are forming
committees to help us revitalize down-
Stown, and several people have called or
dropped by with historical information.
Mairn Sireel meets on the first Monday
of each month in the small conference
room o irhe Chamber's building The
meeting lime is at noon (12.00 p m CST),
and tne next scheduled date is July 11th
(holiday on Isi Monday in Julyi.
Please keep calling with any historical
documentation tor the M & B Railroad
Depot in Blounistown Call Jessie at the
Chamber (674-15191 or come to the next
Main Street meeting (Bring a paper bag
iuncr'il : '
Advertise at Chamber Office
S Thanks toall members who have pro-
vided business cards, flyers, brochures,
and complimentary items to display in the
Chamber's once and display shelves
Remember to update your materials
*occasionally or check with the Chamber
to make sure that we have a good supply
f your display materials.
Last Thursday's Board of Directors',
Meeting of the Chamber was very exciting
and productive :Gary Clark Vice
President of West. Florida Electric. of
Touchtone Energy Cooperatives of
Northwest Florida, an- facilitator of the
Sr. Citizens start
a travel agency
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Assn., Inc. has started a
Travel Agency (CalCo Travel) as a
fundraising- project. Instead of
working multiple barbecues, ball-.
park concession, or other various
projects. any money raised from
trips go for matching funds which
provides services to the elderly in
Calhoun ; .Coun t. S20.000.00
does not come easy this is what
the Agency "has" to have in order,
to continue. We are looking for
volunteers to assist with this
activity. ,No employees benefit
monetarily from any fundraising
function of the Agency. Should
you have any questions or would
like to help, please call MNarilvn
Russell at (850) 674-4163.
SThanks to the public for your,,
support!: We do appreciate each
and:- everyone ,who keeps us
Cnamber's FLOW series, presented his
findings from me recent FLOW series of
Mr Clark created seven committees to
accomplish the goals that came out bf.the
FLOW series- Leadership/Membership,
Increase Business Participation, Make
Calhclun County a. Touris- Desi;narion.
Markel Calhoun County Internally and
Externally, Inspire Pride & Enhance
Image. Create Economic Pride & Improve
Capacity, and Build Synergy. He estab-
lished chairperson for ech of these
committees and charged them to: setup
their.committees and report ,back to next
mcdriih's Board of Directors' meeting w;lh
a -,rTmiirne on accomplishing their specific
goals and objectives.
The Chamber would like to thank all of
the, special guests who contributed to this
exciting meeting. Next month promises to
be just as exciting. For more information,
please contact the Chamber at (850) 674-
4519 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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you'd iike tojoin.the Chamber and help them reach these goals and objec-
tives, call Jessie at the Chamber Office, 674-4519.
The Blountstown Rotary Club would like to recognize the
numerous area businesses and community vendors that
sponsored the 10th Annual
Big River Roundup Florida Flathead Catfish Tournament.
Please support these local and area businesses and vendors;
their contributions assist the Blountstown Rotary club in its
endeavors to benefit our communities. The Blountstown Rotary
Club thanks you for your continued contributions and support.
Hopkins of Blountstown
Hopkins of Marianna
Adams Funeral Home
Badcock of Blountstown
Bud Guiliford CPA
SC.W. Roberts Contracting
Gulf State Chemical
Half Hitch Tackle
Emerald Coast Hospice
Danny Ryals Real Estate
R& R Warehouse
Simpson Auto .
SStoutamire Insurance ;
KLW Enterprises & Embriodery
Altha Farmers CO-OP
Big Bend Sporting Goods
Blountstown Small Engine
Howell Marine Supply
C&C Pawn '
, McDonalds of Blountstown
Discount Auto Parts ,
Peavy Funeral Home
-Regions Bank of Blountstown
T. Michael Tucker CPA
Merle Norman/Studio 20
SThe Diamond Corner
,Vickery O'Bryan Insurance
-Whit's Auto Repair
White's Air Conditioning
Sound Off Audio
Blue Water Outriggers
Bay Ford of Blountstown'
SPanhandle ATV Repair '
Amerigas :'. ;
Liberty County Boosters,
"Meet the Beast"
Ramsey's Piggly Wiggly
Waldorff Ace Hardware
The Bank -
Blountstown Health &Rehab Center
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Carmen McLemore proudly shows.his 37.42 pound flathead that. helped
him win $1700 in this year's annual event.
Wewa "Catfish Classic"
Mathews Wholesale Bait & Tackle
Buffalo Rock Pepsi
Calhoun County Sheriff's Office
'Calhoun County Search and: Rescue
Calhoun County CCI
Florida Fish & Wildlife Commission
S Pepperidge Farms
Flowers Baking Company
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The Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches, Inc. and the Calhoun County Sheriff's
Office hosted a day camp for 65 area youngsters last week at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center. Participants enjoyed a variety of activities ranging from water
sports and arts & crafts to games and demonstrations by law enforcement
officers. The group had a visit from a K-9 Cop used to detect illegal drugs,
: Sgt. Randy McCroan, a pilot with the Sheriffs Ollice, flew the agency's
:helicopter to the Civic Center for campers to tour.
:Calhoun County Senior Citizens
Plan trip on Lewis & Clark Trail
: Calhoun County Senior Whitman Mission: Fort Walla,
' Citizens and Others. ...Come join Walla Museum and Hell Canyon
S:us for a fun-filled cruise up the Jet Board Tour. This trip is
"Colunmbia and Snake Rivers along scheduled to leave on Saturday,
:the "Lewis and Clark" trail, what February 25, 2006 and will
"xwas once known as the return on Monday, March 6;
"'Northwest Passage". if you are ,2006. Cost of the trip is just
'worried about "getting cold" this $2,049.00 based on double bccu-
will not be an issue! The average panc\. This cost includes round
:emperature is. in the 60's, trip motorcoach to the airport in
according to the locals in the Pensacola. airfare, all transfers.
:area. The sternwheeler cruise two nights deluxe accommoda-
'route will be along the tions before and after the cruise,
Wahlnhmton and Oregon borders. seven night cruise aboard the
We wilt fly to Portland, Oregon sternwheeler ship (all cabins are
Where we will have 'an overnight outside with verandas), all meals
1 n Portland then board the aboard the cruise. All excursions
:Empress of the. North" for a and a good time at no extra
:seven-day cruise. .Each da\ an charge!. We have just 34 spaces
.excursion will be planned. and we do expect these to fill up
Excursions include: Fort Clatsop, quickly! First deposit of $250.00
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144th Transportation Comp
residentt and CEO Art
XImbrough, began putting ideas
fcar the celebration in place
rlonths ago, but the details didn't
66me until much later.
"We had three goals to accom-
plish for the' 144th," he explains.
")ne was to get the word out, get
fle people on the streets and get
4e celebration for them, number
vo was to feed them, and num-
ber three was gift baskets for
-f The only problem was figuring
o~( the exact date the 144th
"uld return. "We were all
expecting it to be July, but about
aiweek and a half ago, they sur-
prised us it's going to be here
tid now," says Kimbrough.
Thursday y a week ago, this
SFortunately for Kimbrough,
t~ere were some can-do Chamber
board members who stepped up
'd the plate. "Charles Kent of
l;arianna Chapel Funeral Home
I 1 *
chaired the fundraising commit-
tee. He made four phone calls
and had $4000. Last year, when
they were deployed, we found out
two days before leaving they
needed to be fed breakfast. In two
hours, Charles raised $2400. We
thought. Charles is a real doer -
he made 24 calls last year at
$100 per call and this year he did
four calls for four thousand. That
guaranteed us the food to serve
700 people 150 troops plus esti-
Chamber members quickly
realized that the entire communi-
ty wanted to get involved. "A lot of
people wanted, to contribute to
this and support it," says
Kimbrough. "That's when we
invented the gift bag program for
,the troops. We wanted to have
them at least a $50 gift certificate
at WalMart each so they could
decide what 'they needed,
whether it be gas, food, or other
items. Then we added other stuff
in there to bring the value of the
gift bag above $100. That was our
simple goal a week and a half ago.
An email went out Thursday and
it appeared Friday morning in the
paper. We had our First Friday
Chamber Breakfast that day,
June 3, and announced the pro-
gram. Basically, we were selling
$50 gift bags with a card in it
from an individual so every
[member of the 144th] would
have a card thanking them."
Although the goal was to raise
$7500 for the gift bags, the
response was more than the
Chamber ever expected. "By
Tuesday afternoon, we had over
$10,000 collected for that pro-
gram. By Wednesday afternoon,
when you added the value of the
money for food, the rest of the
collected money, and gift certifi-.
cates put in there, we, had over
$20,000 raised in four days."
They were even able to raise the
WalMart card value to $70.
The 144th was expected to
arrive Saturday around 2:30 p.m.
and everything was in place for a
Saturday afternoon celebration.
"Friday at noon, it got shifted to
Wednesday, then Saturday night,
then Sunday," says Kimbrough.
The reason for the delay was
the processing of the soldiers at
Ft. Bragg. Civilian processors
decided to knock off work at 4
p.m. Friday with no plans to work
the weekend. This meant the
144th would be delayed for days.
However, pressure from military
leaders in Florida soon had the
processors back in motion and
the troops headed out around
noon Saturday. They arrived after
11 p.m. and were' back in
Marianna the next day for the
Sunday afternoon festivities. No
doubt, they-realized how much
their service was appreciated
when they filled their plates and
took home the generously stuffed
On behalf of the Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce,
Kimbrough extends his apprecia-
tion to the soldiers, as well as
those who made the celebration
happen. 'The biggest part is, th
community response," sayO
Kimbrough. ""We put the word
out and they responded over-
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Schools compete in a single elimination basketball tournament. The six schools that participated were Altha High
School Blcuntslc.'wn High School, Liberty County High school, Marianna High school, Cottondale High school and
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offered free physicals
SAttention Blountstown Middle
School and Carr School athletes.
There will be free physical on
June 18th at 8:00 a.m. at the
Blountstown High School
Football Field for, boys only.
Doctors will be on hand to not
only do physical but to also
che>I k fur fF iiiju c-, li at- L : i.
require medical attention..
Bring your football cleat's to
the physical so we can get your.
40 d. dash time and do other
drills. You need to pick up a form
at the middle school office and
bring it signed or bring a parent-
Sthe day of the physical to fill out
.the proper forms.
Physicals will also be done at
the hospital on July 18, 20, 21, &
22. This will be for all students
male or female. A form must be
picked up at the middle school
office and filled out before going
to get your- physical.
.Ill- \i ~L LL -b a tLrc-i-iL. Li to g&:
y!pur physical out of the way so
you \vil be read\' to play" ball
when the neew school year starts.
It will also save you about 50 dol-
lars. Please male plans to get
your physical on one of these
days so we won't have to scram-
ble to doit.
exams for middle school and high
school boys will be held June 18,
at the BHS Field house. The
scheduled time for middle school
boys is 8:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m.
and high school boys are 10:00
a.m. until 12:00 noon. :
The exam will consist of a
physical exam and a .battery of
tests to measure flexibility
strength,, power, and endurance.
There is no cost for .the exam.
Packets for the exam may be
picked up at Blountsto'-n Middle
School, Blountstown High School
or McClellan Chiropractic center.
Baseball camp at Troy
Tr.r' University will host the
B.bb, Pierce Troy University
Baseball Camp Wednesday, July
13, at the Doug Tew Recreation
Ce:ir inf D, .han. Girls and boys
a. i 6 a', 13 are invited to partic-
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Campers must provide proof of
medical insurance. To sign up,
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be held at the Veterans Memorial Civic Center in Bristol.
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2005 at 2:00 p.m. at the Civic Center for an afternoon tea. If you are
unable to attend you may call Bonita at 64309808.
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Altha School honor roll
Principal Harriett Peacock is pleased Twelfth grade: Lacy Adkins, Courtn
to announce the honor roll at Altha Bremer, Catie Brown, Shannon Grii
School. Alisha Perdue, Skylar Shelton, K
'A' Honor Roll Swindle, Jordan Waldorff.
First grade: Johnny Aaron, Aubree 'A/B' Honor Roll
Bay, Cassie Brantdn, Katie Cox, Cody First grade: Austin Bay, Dall
Finuff, Kaitlyn George, Blaire Hall, Clemmons, Bret Crumpler, Tesya Grif
Machaela Horton, Damon Maki, Enrico Skyler Keel, Daniel Kirkland, Hail
McCalvin, Alyssa McCardle, Sawyer Mathers, Jesse Mills, Alyssa Moo
O'Bryan, Samantha Potter, Lyhanna Cassie Pardi, Heather Pringle, Dyl
Schuler, Hayden White, Jay Yon. Smith, Taryn Yand, Frank Zamago.
:** Second grade: Alex Aultman, Second grade: Morgan Allen, Ashl
bizabeth Bailey, Brooke Boggs, Hunter Barfield, Cody Barfield, Makaila Barto
Ohason, Jenny Moore, Claire Price, Katie Blount, Stacy. Bramblett, Ka'
Hannah' Register, Christopher Sale, Bristow, Nicholas Ellis, Summer Fart
treanna Walker, Hannah Warner. Ryan Fielder, Becky Gay, Karly Gric
': Third grade: Seth Alderman, Neel Hampton, Will Lewis, Mari
9tephanie Branton, Ethan Peacock, Marshall, Turner McCroan, Benjan
.orter Smith, Brina Yand, Brianna Yon. McGraw, Nolan Musgrove, Rebek
f Fourth grade: Ariel Folsom, Newsome, Juan Pantajo, Huni
adelynn Lytle, Kaylee McCalvin, Zack Paterson, Cody Regan, Mary Sewi
=erkins. 'Logan Stone, Aaron Young.
Fifth grade: Wesley Chevilott,
fitchell Hall, Brook Hunt, Ariel Robinson, Third grade: Hunter Baggett, Natha
m Wiltse. Bevan, Andrew Blount; Ceairra CapF
r. Sixth grade: Harlea Perdue. Hannah Davis, Taylor Green, Deai
SSeventh grade: Emily Brooks. Griswold, Gaige Hansford, Micha
SEighth grade: Caitlyn Bruner, Cherie Mullaney, Madison Rowe, Quade Vicke
Hires. Rebecca Williams.
Nineth grade: Josh Mclntosh, Zach Fourth grade: Corey Barton, Jorda
Tetum, Meagan Wiltse. Hatcher, Matthew McCalvin.
Tenth grade: Aston Lee, Matt Fifth grade: Katelynn Ballard, Char
Maxwell, Brad Wells, Ryan Wells. Bremer, Shayla Chason, Caleb Che
'.4 Eleventh grade: Tiffany Betts. Autumn Cook, Alicia Griffin, Tyl
GED test planned June 22-23
at Calhoun Co. Adult School
SMary Sue Neves, when registering. All material
Superintendent of Schools. needed for testing will be fui
0Jnounces that the General nished bN the school district. Fc
ilucation Development test further information call Willi
(SED) will be given in Calhoun Pitts, GED Chief Examiner a
County on Wednesday, June 22 674-8661.
and Thursday, June 23, 2005
beginning at 1:00 P.M. each after-
0oon. The test site will be the Happy Father's Day to
Calhoun County Adult School My Big Brother
located between the football field
and Harveys on Charlie Johns
Based on state law, persons
shall be eligible to take the test if.
they are 18 years of age or older.
Those who meet this age require-
4ient and wish to take the tests 1ii
for a high school diploma must .
submit an application to Greg
Jones, General Supervisor, at the
Calhoun County School Board r.
Office, 20859 East Central
Avenue, Room G-20,
Blountstown,. Florida located in Happy Father's Day Curtis
the basement of the Calhoun Madry or should I say Curt.
County Courthouse. This should Thank you for always looking out
be done by 4:00 P.M. Tuesday, for Matt, Mario, and me first.
June 21, 2005. Persons residing Thank you for being a
outside of Calhoun County will wonderful big oroiher and helping
have to receive special permis- mom out.
sion from the GED Testing Offtce Thank yoj for always being
i Tallahassee before they are eli- painent with us an nei er wanting
gible to take the- test in Calhoun to S Efearofr-shout
County. A ", i- I n trro,. do.-,.n. I know
o'u ~ ill .:ioni., a r~-I l no
: Please be prepared to pay the
fee for taking the tests at the time
you come fill out the application.'
The costs for taking the test will
be $7.00 for each test if you wish
to take less than the full battery
f five test, and $35.00 if you
wish the full batten' of five tests.
w would be helpful if you bring
the correct change when you
come to register and pay your
fees. All applicants need to bring
v.our social security card, and a
river's license or picture ID-
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McClellan, Kevin Ping, Austin Todd,
Angela Waldron, Linsi Wilkerson, Anthony
Sixth grade: Sierra Chason, Angle
Dehn, Ravin Griffin, Justin Whittington.
Seventh grade: Sylvia Barton, Kaylan
Beauchamp, Albert Blackburn, Kara
Bremer, Savannah Brooks, Blake
Chason, Brett Floyd, Cessna Folsom,
Kourtney Grice, Kayla Hires, Stephen
Lee, Stephanie Mayo, Zachary Segers,
Hellena Whitehurst, Rebekah Wiltse.
Eighth grade: Ethan Byler, Lance
Clemons, Jake Edenfield, D.J. Griswold,
Corey Johnson, Heather Reagan, Jessica
Nineth grade: Justin Branton, Noah
Byler, Samantha Dehn, Crista Miller,
Heather Musgrove, Taylor Shelton, Candy
Tenth grade: John Alday, Sean Alday,
Kristina Bailey, Ashley Barlow, Joy Capps,
Nahan Castaneda, Nikie Debolt, Aaron
Doyal, Janet Holland, Jason Holland,
Karinia Jackson, Anna Le, Brandon
McAlpin, Jamie McCalvin, Kaitlyn Penney,
Zach Scott, Kathryn Williams.
Eleventh grade: Everett Baggett,
Jantzen Bailey, Courntey Beauchamp,
Angela Byler, Kimberlynn Cook, Jennifer
Dehn, Brandon Dysard, Alisa Gaiiney,
Jimmy Gowan, Kyle McAlpin, Justin
McCoy, Kathryn Nichols, Sarah Shelton,
Twelfth grade: Kevin Barton, Holly.
Byler, Carla Chafin, Josh Clemons, T.J.
Lewis, Alicia McClellan, Sky Scott.
Over Memorial Day weekend,
Sarah Hatcher traveled to Nashville,
Tennessee, to participate in the
Embassy Music Talent Search.
Sarah was chosen along with five
others as finalists to advance to the
showcase, which was held on
Sunday May 29, al the Gibson
Music Hall Although she was ool
chosen to move onhto the final shoW-
case in November, her family and
friends are very proud of her accom-
Customer Appreciation Day
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matter how far.
I've often wondered a many of
times where would I be if it wasn't
And my answer is always the'
same which is financially my
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Thank you for always coming to
fix.things in the house and even
though you Iry TO show me I don't
Because I know if it tears up
again, i just call you again to fix it.
You inspire me to go out and
help people in all That you do.
ana I Inank you so much for being
a big brother and in some
instance taking on a father's role
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County
Commissioners in and for Calhoun Cbunty, Florida, will
Consider a proposed Ordinance to be numbered and titled as
ORDINANCE NUMBER 2005-02
AN ORDINANCE OF CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
AMENDING AND UPDATING THE 5-YEAR SCHEDULE OF
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS OF THE 2000-2010 CALHOUN
COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; PROVIDING FOR
THE ADDITION OF SPECIFIC INFRASTRUCTURE CAPITAL
IMPROVEMENTS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The passage of the proposed Ordinance will be
considered by the Board of County Commissioners, at their
regular meeting at 5:00 P.M. (CDT), on Tuesday, June 21,
2005, at the Calhoun County Courthouse, Blountstown,
Florida. A copy of the proposed Ordinance can be inspected
by the public at the County Commissioners Office in the
Calhoun County Courthouse.
All interested parties may appear at the meeting and be
heard with respect to the proposed Ordinance. Please be
advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter considered at this hearing,
such person will need a record of these proceedings, and for
:this purpose such person may need to ,ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
June 8, 15 O005
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Public Library Cooperative to meet
The Panhandle Public Library
Cooperative System will hold it's
board meeting on June 21, at
6:00 p.m. CST at Jim's Buffet &
Grill in Marianna.
.a A N
. Elam Stoltzfus, Blountstown's
iwn producer, cinematographer
and director, who is the talent
I~ehind Live Oak Production
(qroup, is in the midst of filming
is upcoming documentary
-palachicola River: An American
Treasure". Joining him on the pro-
ject are world-renowned fine art
liphotographer. Clyde Butcher;
.1palachicola- based photqjournal-
i.t Richard Bickel: and musician
and composer; Sammy Tedder.
t'his week, Stoltzfus shares his
journal entries from the project
Siith The County Record readers.
Journal Entry 1
i In the beginning of April 2005,
tie Apalachicola River was
around 22 feet for about ten days
at the Blountstown gauge by
Ieal's Landing. I had the oppor-
tunity to do some aerial filming
tfiat week. Special thanks to pilot
.tandy McCroan, Calhoun
County Sheriffs Department.
Journal Entry 2
S On April 28th, Leigh Brooks
from the Bristol Nature
Conservancy acted as our guide
Sti show us around the area just
rjorth of Torreya State Park. We
Ssjw lush plants, ravines, water-
Sfalls, torreya trees, and so many
species that I had never seen
i I-had traveled the river many
tines along this ridge, but had no
idea of the diversity and beauty
along the slopes of the river. It
11i be a real challenge to capture
the high quality film images in
this area due to the canopy effect
and the depth of the ravines. I am
itp for the challenge and plan to
ftlm some of the ravines and.
,water paths in the middle of May.
'fhe ferns should be full growth
and the wild oak hydrangeas will
We met two ladies enjoying the
solitude of fishing in the back
swvamp along the river. When I
approached a lady with a
t-immed hat and asked if I could
take a picture. she said. You can
take a picture. but I wouldn't tell.
youL my name and'don't you' ask
Just so happened that this day
was also, 'Take Your Kid to Work"
day. Hfle. 'this: sure, looks like
rnore fun than being at school'
after all those FCAT tests! Leigh
Clyde Butcher and Elam Stoltzfus on Alum Bluff, Bristol.
Brooks, a botanist used those
"hands on" moments to teach Nic
and Laura about the rare plants
located in this area.
Journal Entry 3
On May 12th, Clyde and Niki
Butcher arrived in the area to
begin the hunt for photographs
that will be featured in a coffee
table book and the upcoming film
The first several :days 'were
spent' roving through the
Aspalaga Tract just north of
Torreva State Park in Bristol;
Florida. We saw nature at its-
best: quiet, but teeming with life
and natural sounds: lush green-
.growth. waterfalls. rare plants---
it %was a photographer's paradise.
We realized there are many places
here for us to discover and
explore along the Apalachicola
I have traveled up and down
the river many times between
Ocheesee Landing and
Chattachoochee and had no idea
what was located just east along
the banks of the river.
This is truly one of the most
unique areas in Florida that still
feels, and looks, untouched by
the human growth that is rapidly
changing the Iace of our state.
As we walked down the slope
from the hunting camp, Bill and
Pam Anderson, local experts on
Torreya and photographers;
showed us intimate waterfalls. It
was a team effort to hike the
steep, slippery ravines, as.well as
in the search to capture photo-
graphic images that suited the
photographic and film ,needs of
Clyde and myself. At the end of
Sthe day we were dirt', smelly, and
exhausted......but is there any
better way to spend a day than in
the stillness and beauty of nature.
at its best?,
Sammy played a haunting
Melody on his hand-crafted flute
aftei lunch---it was a surreal
moment to be at a "concert' in the
dense woods with background
sounds of running water and
Journal Entry 4 '
On our second expedition on
the Aspalaga Tract, just north of
Torreya State Park we document-
ed what the locals call Means
Creek. This is named after Dr.
Bruce Means. a local expert and
biologist along this tract of land.
Dr. Means has studied this area
for many years.
.This area feels and, looks like
the Carolinas or Virginia, and it is
a very unusual place in Florida.
It's one of those places that you
have to see it to believe it exists.
Journal Entry 5
On this expedition we pho-
tographed ard filmed the signa-
ture spot, of the river by Alum
Bluff, The Nature Conservancy in
Bristol. This is great place to hike
through what was traditionally
called the Garden of Eden".
Special thanks to David Printiss
for his 4-wheel drive truck and
being our guide.
While we waited for more
clouds to move in, several
researchers doing a study, on
moths stopped by to observe the
beauty of the bluff.
Journal Entry 6
Later in the week we trekked
back into River Styx to photo-
graph this back water area. Clyde
also photographed, along Cedar
Creek ard Cash Creek area.with
John Spdhrer and crew.
Journal Entry 7
Meeting together at. Bloody
Bluff landing to document the
pulling of Tupelo honey with the
WVatlns crew was an opportunity
for Sammy. Richard. Elam and
Clyde to work together.
While Richard photographed
George \Vatklns working the bees.
See RIVER JOURNAL, page 11
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The .location of the Calhoun changed to Blountstown High
County School Board Facilities School Auditorium. The meeting
Workshop on June 21, has been will be held at 5:00 p.m. CST.
Certification Scuba Diving Course
Offered Locally For Adults & Youth
Ages 15 to 80 (Health Permitting)
We Encourage Parent & Youth Joint Participation
JUNE 21ST...5:30 PM
The Calhoun County Extension Office *
has contracted with Diver's Den to
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IRENE MARITA FLOYD
Mrs. Irene Marita Floyd
Barnett, age 70, of Altha, passed
away Tuesday, June 7, 2005 at
Mrs. Barnett was preceded in
death by her parents Silas and
-Verna Greene Craig, a brother,
illv Craig and a grandchild.
; Survivors include her hus-
.4and. Robert Barnett of Altha;
4-e daughters: Marita Ritchie of
lichigan City, IN, Margie Nolf of
:Michigan City, IN, Judy Childress
of Columbia, TN, Cathy Hamilton
,of Michigan City, IN, Tammy
*Foster of Michigan City, IN; one
Sson, Rubin Thomas "Tommy"
Floyd of Columbia, TN; three
'brothers: Robert Craig 'of
IHillsborough, TN, Ronnie Craig of
'Winimac, IN, Steve Craig of
:Winimac, IN; four sisters: Linda
,Craig of Winimac, IN, Margie Ries
draig of Flint, TX, Janet "Sis".Fox
:of Wirimac, IN, Irene Peck of
iWinimac, IN; fourteen grandchil-
jdyen; several great grandchil-
4dren; numerous nieces and
4 Funeral services 'for Mrs.
JBarnett were held June 10, 2005
ait,Hall Funeral Home. Interment
'followed in Sunny Hill Cemetery
Near Altha with Hall Funeral
SHome directing. Memorial contri-
butions may be: made. to Hall
.Fineral Home. Hall Funeral
;iome was in charge of the
iLLIE MAE THARPE
q Mrs: Allie Mae Tharpe, 85, of
BBlountstown, passed a\va\-
dThursday, June 9, -2005, in
Mrs. Tharpe was a native and
life long resident of Blountsfown
and was a homemaker. She was a
member of the Carr Advent.
4.Christian Church where she was
vyerv. active in church activities.
:.he was also very Active in the
*0alhoun County Senior Citizens
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In Memory of my Father
We little knew that morning,
SGod was going to call your
In life we loved you dearly.
In death we do the same.
It broke our hearts to lose
You did not go alone,.
For part of us went with you,
The day God called you .
You left us beautiful
Your love is still our guide,
And though we cannot see
You are always by our side.
Our family chain is broken,
And nothing seems the
But as God calls us one by
the chain will link again...
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and the Carr/Clarksville
Volunteer Fire Department.
She was the last surviving
member of the Tharpe family
being preceded in death by her
brothers, Julian, Gordon, Perry
and Aubrey Tharpe, and her sis-
ters, Inez Herndon, Ruby
Newsome, and Chrystelle
Survivors include two nieces,
Jan Chambers and her husband,
Darwin, and Jeanette. Johnson
and her husband, Howard, all of
Blountstown; and a host of other
nieces, nephews, great and great
great nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at
2:00 PM Sunday, June 12, from
the Adams Funeral Home Chapel
in Blountstown with Reverend
Howard Boyd and Wendell
Owensby officiating. Interment
followed in the Poplar Head
Cemetery in Clarksville. Flowers
were accepted, however, dona-
tions to Covenant Hospice (4440
Lafayette St Marianna, FL 32446).
or the Carr Advent Christian
Church (20509 NW SR 73
Clarksville, FL 32430J will be
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.
MARY AGNES HALLEY CALDER
.Mrs.' Mary Agnes' Halley
Calder, age 75 of Blountstov.-n. FI
died Sunday, June 5, 2005 at the
Grand\iew Heights Care Center
in Marshalltdtwi. 10. Mrs. Calder
was born in Calhoun Couint aind
had lived here most of her life.
She retired as head seller frpm
the C & L Bank of Blountstownn
and was a member of the First
Baptist Church in Blountstown.
Agnes 'ill be remembered as. a
loving daughter, sister, wife.
mother' and grandmother. She
enjoyed taking care of her home,
cooking wonderful meals, and
spending time with ;her family
and friends. Agnes was the
daughter of the late Charles
.Reuben Halley andthe late
.Margaret "Josie" Bridges. Halley
McCollum- and her late step-
father, Hubert, "Mac" McCollum
all tf Blountrtown Also preced-
ing her in death were her hus-
band. Williamn 'Bill" Calder and
two brothers, M.G. and Edward
Sunmvors include: two daugh-
ters: Peggy Somers and her hus-
band. Craig of Marshalltown. 10.
Cinda Nichols and her husband.
Charle.- ,f T'i3lih.ai se,:. FL. i:n:
son, Ty ,Calder and his wife,
Suzanne of Plant City, FL; one
brother. James,, Halle\ of
Blountsto\n. FL; ten grandchil-
dren: DiDi Somers, Shannon \r',
Crystal Brown. April., Nichols,
Christopher Nichols. Kelly
Calder. Knsten Calder. Katie.
Calder. MNichael Picucci. Amanda
Picucci: four great grandchildren'
Megan Nichols. Holly Bro\-n..
Hunter Calder. Sloan V\ry.
Funeral services were held
Saturday. June 11, 2005 at
10:00 a.m. ICD)TI from the First
Baptist Church in Blountstouwn
with Mr. Charlie Hill officiating.
Interment followed in the Nettle
Ridge Cemetery in Blountstown.
Nlemonals in her name can be
made to Alzheimer Resource
Center, 'P.O. Box 3553,
Tallahassee, Fl 32315. All
arrangements were under the
direction of Marion Peavy at
SPeal- Funeral Home in.
Blountsto\n. Fla. 850-674-
thc lountu 1 0irord
Funeral Home & Cecmatory
People You Can Trst"
VBS at Blountstown First
Methodist Church June 20-24
Blountstown United Methodist
Church will be having Vacation
Bible School June 20-24. The
times are Monday through
Friday, 9:00 until 12 noon.
SWe are inviting you to join us
at the Circle G Ranch where God
is at the center and the Love
never ends. .
Be sure to wear the color red
For more information you can
call the church office at 674-
First Pentecostal will
host VBS July 18-22
We're going on atrip through
the Safari (where Kid's are wild
The Blountstown 1st
Pentecostal Holiness Church at
17000 Angle Street will be minis-
tering through Vacation Bible
School beginning Monday, July
18-22, nightly from 6:00 8:00
Our theme is SERENGETI
TREK, (KIDS ...Get Ready for a
Rip-Roaring Time!) All children'
ages Pre-school (must be potty-
trained) thru age 13 are invited to
attend and be a part of this excit-
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...l 1:00 AM
Evening ,Worship...6:30 PM
Wednesday Sernice...7:00 PN
ing time in the Lord! Please con-
tact the church office at 850-674-
8864, for pre-registration.
invites kids to VBS
Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene invites kids from ages
3-11 to join in this year's VBS
(Vacation Bible School). Come be
a J-Force Member and discover
the ultimate truth!. Go on secret
missions and operations to dis-
cover life points and Bible truths.
VBS will be held from June 27 to
July 1, from 5:30 until 8:00 p.m.
For more information please call
Altha First Baptist to
hold VBS next week
Pack your bags and get ready
to cruise "Route 254" with
LiieWa\'s Ramblin' Road
Trip:Which Way Do I Go? VBS at
Altha First Baptist Church.
As ramblers (a.k.a. kids),cruise
along "Route 254", better known
as Psalm 25:4, kids will see nat-
ural wonders, big cities, theme
~I ii ud h iF- ,
1 648 -9
In Loving M,1inorq ofr
Viiyini'a Howtll Pills
Feb. 1.5, 19' .Jaw nI6, 2004
We little knew that day that God'
was going to: call your name. In
life we loved you dearly; in death
It broke our'hearts to lose you.
You did not go alone, f:,r part of
us went with yo:u the day God
called you home.
You left us peaceful ni'i:i-le.
Your love is still our guide and
though we cannot see you. you
are always at our side.
Our familyN chain is broken arid
nothing seems the same, but as
God calls us one by one the
chain will link again.
Until then your sweet smile and
:wonderful laugh will be missed,
as well as vouI love and
friendship s ,ery much.
Still loi g iyo.,
Loiv, }iErgi'ls, ha.lial,
grainidchildrt'n, and your
S Hwy. 20 West
parks, and more as they discover
the choices they make daily affect
their entire journey. By choosing
God as their guide, they are sure
to arrive at the ultimate destina-
tion--a relationship with Jesus!
Our journey begins. on
Sunday, June 19, at 6:00-8:30
p.m. and continues each evening
through Thursday. A Family
Night will be celebrated. on
Thursday evening where the ram-
blers will share with their family:
and friends the excitement of the
week! Ages 3 year olds through
6th grade are asked to join us for
this Ramblin' Road Trip!
Food pantry to open
at Nazarene Church
Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene will be opening Manna
Ministries Food Pantry on
Saturday, June 18, from 1:00 to
3:00 p.m. Anyone needing assis-
tance with food items is welcome
to participate. The church is
located diagonally across from
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital at
17826 NE Crozier St.,
Blountstown. It's the orange
brick building with the white
9 H FT TMW i01UFr.IM7 jrTMFV
"I've always thought of my father as a teacher..."
"Fromi how to tie my shoes
to his wisdom oJ'serving
families, my falh er ta ugh t
me everything g.
I am proud to be in a
business where the
(atm iie.s I s r've. ( benflit -
Tih antrd Tomn Adams
Adams Funeral Home, Inc.
"A Tradition of Caring Generat ions of Trust"
180134 Main St. N / P.O. Box 336, Blountsto~i, FL
Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL
r ,, trMMiiI Iy CrHIr. I 8:00AM & 10:30 PM
19359 SR 71 North, Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-5747 e-mail: email@example.com
St. Mary Missionary
16345 SE River Street. Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
.Sunday School 9:30 AM *iMorning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM
SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
S15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SSunday School. 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship, 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:Q0 PIM
PASTOR Children's Church 1 1:00 AM
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School www.dtapps se
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon'
Meaningful Bible Study......................... 9:45 AM
Exciting Worship........ ........... .......... 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship.....................6:00 PM
SWednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
SHelping people follow in tile footsteps of Christ '
REJOICE! RENEW! REACH OUT!
Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We,
REJOICE in God's Grace, RENEW our hearts i' God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 Central Ave. West
STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR
For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines
Labian Bontrager, DMD
12761 NW Pea Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 643-5417
: .v v v -
Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals
Bristol and Quincy Only
Complete Funeral Package
i includes metal casket, 2,9
concrete vault and ,
The County Record, JUNE 15, 2005, Page 11
IgLLEGUL [jIMOIIC b
INVITATION TO BID
The Calhoun County School Board will
receive sealed bids until 4:00 PM, CT, Monday,
June 27, 2005 for the purchase of the
Meats and Froaen Foods, and Food Service
Products for use in the School cafeterias for
the bid period of August 1, 2005 through
Any additional Information or bid forms
required may be obtained at the School Lunch
Office. 16651 SE River Street, Blountstown.
Florida. Each bidder submitting a bid must
use bid forms, otherwise bids will not be
Any bid submitted after the specified hour
'and date will not be opened or considered. The
$Board accepts no responsibility for mailed
'proposals that arrive at the School Lunch
Office after the above stated time even though
't.he envelope may reflect a postmark prior to
;the above date,
r' The Board reserves the right to accept or
*reject any or all bids. The decision of the
:Board will be final. No bid may be withdrawn
*by any bidder for a period of thirty (30) days
jti"ir bids are opened.
S"Timothy Smith, Chairman
a' Calhoun County School Board
Mary Sue Neves
Calhoun County Schools
5 June 8, 15, 22, 2005
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
S- NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT CAROL
s'HAND the holder of the following certificate
' hai filed sid cerifijcae for a tax deed to be
siuea Irereon The certifcate number and
i year of issuance,.the description, of the
pr.-f.'perL) and ihe narne; in which it was .
a. i--e-d are as follo.j '
i Cecufi:atc No.137 Yearoliiuiuunce 1998
S)ESiiECRjPTIi OF FF.ROF'RTi L.i 12 'ini
'13,. Block B, S.:urnide Subhdiion ac.:ordin
:to Plat r.--,rnl.1 in Flt B.:-.,a. I. Page t':'. -aJl
land lying and being in Secuo, 4, Toa-nhip I
LSouth, Range 8 X\ve-i Cailhou,,i C-oun Flo-rid
,' .- ALda
,NAME IN WHICH A ESSED Joel M. Alday,
, l "16114 SE Jan ,-l Si, Bl:,uriic n Lr, FL
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
ISTATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such cerutitate
nall be re.demedr according to I tIhe
proper) dJei.:nDed an slrch :ceriif ale ,hall be;
SOLD I:. iJ-lh r, snlr- tildde- atl Ltr Courih'~ij
door on tre .Lh aty ,10 Jul 2005 at i1O.i0
SA M. CST. ,
F F, %T k .. ATTAk .'AY, ,
Clerk :-1 'he Ci.r:ui Couit of
SCALHICi N COi.j. FLORIDA
June i 15I 22 2,205
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 04 370CA
DOUCLA-T F ,OODMANi i n. r. '
J..IES C GOti')E,.LV
F'lai uiTu i "-:.-
---YOLANDA H. TERRY,
-NOIJCE OF ACTION
TO YOLJAN'D\ H TERRY
Adldre"i residence and
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a C.omplaini to
fIrecloj.e a real eitLae mortgage on real
prospefi descrilbed oelo, iltuaaed Iling and
beLne ir ain.oun Co..uritE. F.lorida
Ccam;imen' at a o:rn.:reie im.:-i.umient- marking,
tre N'. Corner of the NE i 4 .:.* Section 6,
T,,nhip I 5.:.utr. Rang'e t e-t Calhi:un
C aurn, Flo-rida and hrncrce Su hr, 8'
degrees 21 49" East along Lne Nc.oih btjur'i.arn
linte or1 _-cu,:.r 6 I r. mnr.Tumirniedl or a
di stance ol e,59 6 ieet Linerce _i South 00
degree 35:'31 \W;l f.:r a di'ianc of. i 649 20
e ei iner e r.:. NorLt e-9 ,e1d rere ii -13 \ e L-
i;' a dlwiance :, 4-165 76 leet Icr Ihe POINT OF
BElGNNrNG fr.:m aid POirNT OF EECiriTJINC
g- o 1Soj0 t-,,h dc:frrees 3.9'18 \\'est Jor a alliance
. f 13j4 .3,3 Ieel thence .-; N rtrin 89 dc ;ree:
09 413 \k i I'.:-i a ai'-a- .:e I I i 92 feet i. a
: ptn i-n the Ea-lerl, rilgrt 1 .I ., line o' i
SC urn', Road iajid r.:.ad na ing a 1I0 f.-t rl ide
ng ri .. a thence _. I..rj,rr. O:"': degree i2
1: 1 Ea- al-n.1 g sa,d right :,I %3. line. or a
Sdiliance o I 1?4 7.35 feel Inence departing
",a id r Lrn t of a,3 IIr. g,, Si.uti. c1_ d -grecs II
S43 Ea:t for. aOil.'n.-e o 16i 92 feel' to trie
SFOiNT CF BECinriiNi' Said parcei 01 land
hatr, a arn re 01 5: a.,e: e n-..re .r le I
-ALSO Kil'.hON AS L.:., I BlO.:k iA an
unre-jor.ded Sb.t-in;on of the S I '2 f Lthe
Ni 4 1 jI the i I 4 -1 l tr.iEi E i 4 c.I -ictu jn
i 6 Thi-ninp I CSouti Ranrge \iWei Cilrnoun
Ci.o.Jnil Florida ALSO i Double Wide 1975,
' 50P Fl MAlaile nlme idenLui:3 aic',n 4n4626A
"anaI 436B .
i .i t.-er. iiled against \.:.a b,, the Plaintiffs.
i iDC'Gi-\iL F COODMAN- and JAMES C.-
PGU'J-:L-l' in Iha Circuit Counr 01 the
l r, iluientih .IJjcial Circuit in and lor Calhoun,
. C,:.ur, t, Filricia, Conil A.:lic.n Ca-e Nurim er
w ) 04 .. >CA .1 '
I 'iou are require-d t:. lle ou r written
'alIenie-_ .iilh ihe Clerk of Cour and r e' a
c up', tO Ft tii'eu: er or the Feilln :ner -_
tibatt.rnei J .j ,l.' ID hOi.SE Ire.St S E RFuier
p1 Sir Lee Bl.:.uni'toCi n Flr.da 32424 on .or
S'betlor Jul 12 2')''5 .:.iner1ase a Delul L ill
t- c ernered u.,d I .r Lne relief demanded in Lne
' Com plaint
P; -'.ATE,' trai 3rd I-a .1" Jiur.e 2' ":'n
SRu.h at. Attaway,
Clerk of Court
SJune 8, i5 i2-0:'
S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA. [N AND FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY. CIVIC DIVISION
CASE NO. 2004-212-CA
'"CiTiFIN.XPANlr.Ai MOF.TTC ACE COMPAN' IN'
F K A ASSOCIATES HOME E 'iQUT'
SEFA. iCES IC .
DL)LNE MiCC.A'iDLE JOl DOIE MCCARDLE
STHE LUNrtiOt N ILrUB.VAD OF 'LrANC
h MCCi.RDLE M-ARTIr A. SELLERS IF LIVING
INCLUDINGC AN iNlJiOhJNN N SPOUSE OF SAID
DEFEND.aJiTS If REL',RED 'di iF ,
DECEASED THE RESF'ECTiVE LrNKiOwF j "
HEIRS DE ISEES GRANTEES A-SSICINEES,
'.CREDITORS LIENCRS. a.4D TRUSTEES AND
SALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY
.- THROUGH UNDER OR AC.AINST THE IAMIED
DEFENDANTS .JOHN DOE LINKNOutN
TENANT. J.VIE DOE LNKriJC,.'ij TENANT
NOTICE OF SALE
SN.-ice Ir heret-' giten that, pursuant to a
,-Final Summjiar., Judgment of Foreclosure
enteredd in tre ab:b-.e- filed cause, in the
Circit Court of Calhoun Count. Florida, I will
seli L he properiT iluate in Calhoun' County,
Florida lde.:r-n ed aj-
'BEGIN AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHEAST i 4 OF SO ITH\tEST I 4 OF
p SECTION 15 TOvNShIP I N NORTH. RANGE
1 \WEST CALHOUN COULrN FLORIDA:
TIHEiCE RUN NORTH 01 29 41 EAST ALONG
THE iESE LINE OF 541D SOUTHEA.T I 4 OF
SSOUTHH\EST 1. 4. A DiST.-ANCE OF 221 FEET
MORE OR LESS TO A FENCE THENCE
NORTH 89-31-,5 EAST ALONG SAID FENCE
1168.19 FEET. TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. 287 FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN NORTH
ALONG THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
STATE ROAD NO. 287, A DISTANCE OF 109.4
FEET, MORE OR LESS. TO THE SOUTH
RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY OF PORTER
GRADED ROAD: THENCE IN A WESTERLY
DIRECTION ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY OF PORTER GRADED ROAD,
A DISTANCE OF 423 FEET: THENCE RUN
SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID GRADED ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 120 FEET: THENCE RUN EAST,
A DISTANCE OF 547 FEET MORE OR LESS,
BACK TO THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY OF
HIGHWAY NO. 287 AND THE POINT OF
A/K/A 13323 AMMONS ROAD NW,
CLARKSVILLE, FL 32430
A/K/A 13323 N.W. PqRTER GRADE ROAD,
CLARKSVILLE, FL 32430
at public sale, to the highest and best bidder,
for cash on the Calhoun 'County Courthouse
steps, 20859 Central Avenue East,
Blountstown. Fl, at 11:00 a.m. CST on the 7th
day of July, 2005.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
June 15, 22, 2995
SINGULAR WIRELESS is. proposing to
e:,n'truco a 225 foot Iil-s lattice design
telecommunicailon t.-er at 16728 NW
Buzzard Bay Road in Blountstown, Calhoun
County, FL. Parties Interestedln potential
effects to historic resources eligible or listed
on the National Reglster of Hiioric Places can
contact Courtney Helfrecht of R.S. Webb &
Associates: by mail at P.O. Drawer 1319, Holly
Springs, GA 30142; by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org;. or by phone (770)
345-0706. Curmmeri: on this tower muL be
received by July 20' 2005 i.
Jure 15, 22, 20.5i
NOTICE OF DISPOSAL
M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS \1ill
alH.poie Oif c,:oienr :'- Jfierem Foriner Lrnil
30 on Frida, June 24 2,:5 Tne unlna are
belleed to- codailrn household arnd/or pFericnal
pr..,penr\ fl the follIoing Lenant. Marn Collin
..pnl 13 20 l20i0
,PUBLIC AUCTION .
Mlallr'i Towin'rL and Rec:.,er\ will hri.d
puDlIrc as3;cur oon June 22 2005 at 2 (00 p rm
1994 Nits EcUlpse. Black in Color
A.,u,:A r llU De nH-ld Ja1 Iallcr> To, InC aind
-F.coter\ Inc at 18329 rjorin Main SlrceL
H I 7i North in Eluniatc-Ai
lMallur) To.,ng and Recctern reer.es the.,
nghti to reject ant and all bidJ
1Ji.NE 15 2005
From the Mar 3 2005' minute; of. the
Calhoun County Commisirln mneeurig
Clerk Attaway at ,le.1 Inrj the B.:.ard held a
Public Hearing on the redistricting of districts
one and three. She stated that a motion
rah ul uc (.-al. I j -api... a .- LtC Ia,. J,--.
discussion. a motoln '-as made b\,
Commissioner H3al: secondea b,
Commlii.csionr Hunt and carried to approCe th'e
rediSi-ilUDOg o1 .lis.ricts, one and three
LEGAL DESCRIPTIONS OF THE
FIVE SINGLE MEMBER DISTRICTS
E)DSTRiC T I
Begin at tre center line o0 Highih a,5 20 as tihe
-arne paii -i oer hat imTnaginar.r, Une dlding
Caolh.nori al Lit.'rii Counrille' I aiin IIne bein
the ceniei oi 'he Apa.lachi)[l Riter Ior POLtni
o! Be-ginningi inenr': I',l.lc ao0,n High.a,
2'i i'esi tnru Blo.:unttsi n.n Florida andJ
conunue itelt appro.Jm-alel., eleven II Il mile
tL the inierr ec.: oi u 11. eneir line Cnipoia
Ruler hence meander Noniheiln, along center
Iine Chipl-a Rjiter appru.'.matel, i.te 151 intle
( a paoirl due e-' O., Ne, Lai-ning Road
nthnce meander Ea--ierl ailJiog the ceri'erline
I NeW Lanling Road tO L te rinter'erul..n ilh
CF, 2:5 hence cro.-ing CR 275 i.:.:rLun.e in
an Ea-terl. direction along Lhe center lhne o
Sila; i r.ilti-elI Road t-: the pFoinl oI
inerseeuon aitiJ SR i thence mea.nder along
Lhe centerline .l SR 71 In 3 NtJiortnaelerfI
direcion app--.iJmai el\ 3 I 2 mile. ii: tne
iriner:~cun rith Fiatro.:od- Road there run
EaiterlI aloIng center line Flaltlciodi Road
appro.umiraeli, 3 3 4 mile: e int-i-eretiCln i lr
Lee Farm Road thence run SiuLnecrl lJong
center Line Lee Farm RFad t,:, inier-rCCUrin iLrt
CR 549 thenc:e continue running SOLuherL,
and Eairerl. aSl.-,rg John Gor-d.n Briant Rcad
tc Intrerectlon u iih SR 69 thenr:e run
S...-,uln r aJloni ccnier line I:, interaction
iIn M3a''on Road thence run Eait for a
quarter II 11 rinl.: 'n Mai.n R,o-ad to the firAt
crt:ek ithence loallo -'aild creek. a the :a-iel
meanders along in an Easterly .direction
t hrugh Parrniih L.ake and iWio the Apalachicola~
Ri' henice ll'o01. ir.e Apalcihicula Ri er
Back i', the FPoin'. ,:f Bfegirruing
Begin at the ..eiier CI me Chlp.:.l-a .er as the
iame Inrter.ecli .llr Calhan an, Jackson
Co:untr Fionda irnence gZ:o d~Tn the cenrr line
of ine Chiloia Rler a3 II mIe:r,der in a
Soulherl, dllreciun to a point due \Ieit cl reI,
L.-anding RId thence rme3naer al-non ceroer line
NeP., Landing Road 'i: Inier-eclion i ,lih CR
275 cro.-ii CR 27S ani r..,nune Eaileri, on
Sil i Uhtilti.ld R.:ad l, intLrie CLi-un ,itn SR 71
thenn :e Nfii nurei-erl, al:ng SR 71'
appr.:XliTmiel. 2 I. 2 miil er .t InLerecriorn ilth
Fla.i.-o.od Counl, Froa thence run Eaat :on
aid, r .: d appri.\m ln a t., n re and
Lnree-quarler 13 3'41 nmlei to Ihe Lee Farm'
Road thence run South on the Lee Farm,
Road apprco.almaiel t hree and ine-hall i1
I -21 mile to. Counin Road 54d9 tihncee
continue on 7ount c F-aid i549 to the
Inler 'ectlon o HIltrn, a\ _a,. thence gO
apprc'.umrn y o'e ill mile SoJitl n ihcniih a\
I69 ic0 ti re Mlaon R:3.ad thence go E3ai'. aon
1Ma:on R-,. apprji.,atelth onequajrter I I4
mile to the first, creek, thence follow said
cirek aa it meander, alonit loward the
Apalachicala Fier inrough Parrish Lake irito
.he PJR'r thence N.-rhi-iterl., al.-ng the
Calhur, Count\ Bc.,Jndnir Nonrih to the
rnier-recu:n o --alhoun Caaciden a3na JackcOrn
Counts line thence ioll'A Cathoun Ci. nt.i
line \lesL io. the Point O1 Begirning
Begin at the Inersecu.-nr of SR 20 and the
W 'etern Couint line reparatlng Ba\ end
Caihoun Counues run 1Ea4 along center line
.SR 20 appron-matel, 14 miles to inlie'rection
'\lth Cnipola Ri mender mender Nrherl al-:-n
Chipolai .er .apprountmel.3
nine and one-half t 1.21 miles until the same
I irrneri et ilh the Jackson ana Calhoun
Couity line Thence Iollow the Calhnun
Cuirnit line eir.ard appro.xmimaen tmel e
and one-halt 12 1., 21 miles until[ the i,me
runs' Into the Bay'County line, thenhe run
South -, Ji-n the Calh-,jn and Ba, C. ni.nt, IInr .
ba3k 1t the Pc-Lrn of Beginning
Commerce at the center of the Apalachlcola
Riter on Hlgh.a, n.20 at the county line,
Inence conunue dorno the center of Higha',.
21)j W'eIt lor approximately two and onc-hill"
12 I -2 I mile to Rjier Street in Bilo-intsl~oT,
i Florida Lrience run South orn Riker Street uiltll
ihe same Intersectsi lth Sherry Avenue
thence run Weil on Sherry Atenue ta Pine
Street thence run South on Pine tree to
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HERiiB' Ci''Elr THAT Bells Land
Company, he holder of the Ioll.:. i.n
cetiuicte ha3 filed said certificate Il)r I 1&.
deed i.. be li:ued thereon. The ieruiica~il
number ard ydar of Issuance, the description
:. fthe pr..p.rtl,' .and ihe name- in which It ai.
a.,-se-sed area' s olo .
Ce(. ullilCa No' 4519 tler" ioI l, Ine .99n
DESCRIPTlOri OF PROPERTY Li ot#10,
SBlock P-ll, an unrecorded. Plat n Calhoun
Couity, Florida being described as foill,:.:
.Begin at'the SW Corner of the W 1/2 of the NE
.1/4 ofethe NV I 4 ofi Scuon 31 To..n-hip 2
,'North, Range 1i t e-l andJ run Ea-i i20,' e.l.
' ence run North 92)0 eet to Poinr o1
Beinnilrg ihen run East 100 feet; thence
'Jr4h .i,' feet. iher:e \\eS.i i00 leet; thencie
SSuih 4-i0 Ieei lt Plnl oi i egirireng Subject to
wReiricuoni, oF Record
rNAMrE IN WHICH ASSESSED: Aiolphui
Limrnerg Bannerman, P.O. Bo\ 775
Chesapeake Beach Md 20732
Said Prupenv being the Counti clf CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORiDA iUnle, aucn certificate
hall be redeemed according to law the
pr.percr deiecrlted in .jcn, cerilllhcae srail b
SOLD 10 the highsea bidder ati he CourhFuSe
door orn te 4ih day df August, 2005, at 10:00
A M CST -
RUTH W. A'ITAWAY,
Clerk of' he Circuit Court 'of
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Morningside Circle, thence east along the
center line of Morningside Circle to Ray
Avenue, thence follow Ray Avenue West across
Main Street to Highway #71. thence follow
Highway #71 South approximately eleven (11)
miles to the Game Reserve Road located. in
Scotts Ferry, thence continue South along the
centerline of the Game Reserve Road In Scotts
Ferry until the same runs into Gulf County,
thence follow the Calhoun County line as the
same runs between Gulf and Calhoun Count
East until the same intersects with the center
of the Apalachicola River, thence follow the
centerline of the river North back to the Point
of Beginning as the same intersects with
Commence at the centerline of Highway #20
as the same intersects with Bay and Calhoun
County lines back to the Point of Beginning,
Sthence run East on Highway #20 thru the City
of Blountstown, Florida to River Street in
Blountstown, Florida, thence go.South on River
Street to Sherry Avenue, thence West on
Sherry Avenue to Pine Street, thence South on
Pine Street to Morningside Circle, thence
along the centerline of Mornlngside Circle East
to Ray Avenue, thence follow Ray Avenue West
across Pear Street and Main Street until the
same runs Into Highway #71, thence take
Highway #71 South approximately eleven (11)
miles to the Game Reserve Road in Scotts
Ferry, thence continue along the centerline of
the Game Reserve Road in Scotts Ferry South
to the Gulf County line, thence go West along
the Calhoun-Gulf County lines approximately
twelve (12) miles to the comer of Bay, Gulf and
Calhoun County, thence North along the
county line separating Bay and Calhoun
County back to the Point of Beginning.
.June 15, 22, 2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY GENERAL JURISDICTION
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Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD
Man steals car from
Live Oak Heights,
caught with drugs
A stolen car, an intoxicated driver, and
a fishy story landed a Greenwood man in
the Calhoun County Jail over the week-
Arrested was David Allen Fulford,
charged with grand theft, possession of a
controlled, substance, possession of drug
paraphernalia, DUI, and driving while
license suspended or revoked.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Anna Nichole Caison, 19,
alerted authorities around 1 a.m. that her
2002 Dodge Neon had been stolen from a
home on NE Frank Williams Lane in Live
Oak Heights. Deputy Jared' Nichols
responded to the scene and Caison
advised she had arrived at a friend's
h4use around 11 p.m. and left the keys to
her unlocked car in the driver's door. Also
or the keyring were the keys to the Pit
Stop Convenience Store in Blountstown
where she worked. Caison said she went
oitside.to leave around 1 a.m.,when she
realized her car was gone.
i As Dep. Nichols took Caison's report,
th, Sheriff's Office received a burglar
alrmn call to the Pit Stop on Hwy. 20
VWest. Both Dep. Nichols and Dep. Chris
Psrter responded, as did Caison and the
store's manager. Everything at the busi-
ness appeared to be in order.
('Around 2 a.m., Dep. Porter was
patrolling on Ward Road, a high crime
arpa known for the sale of illegal drugs,
when he spotted Caison's car. Dep.
POrter followed the vehicle and pulled the
driver over at the corner of SW Sherry
arid., SW Pear Street. The driver, later.
identified as Fulford, was taken into cus-
tody and the vehicle was. returned to it's
SBack at the Calhoun County Jail,
Fulford told authorities he was coming
from his residence in Greenwood when
his girlfriend's vehicle broke down on SR
,.1 just nonh of Roy Golden Road. He said
apund midnight he walked to his broth-
er's residence in Live Oak Heights and
got into what he thought was his mother's
car. He reportedly admitted he didn't
make contact with anyone at the home
arid said the keys were, in the ignition,
contrary to what Caison had stated about
trm being in the 'door. Fulford also stat-
ed his molner's car is a blues Buick, a lact
anthoritnes found showed no imilrarary to
Oison's green Neon.
4 Fullord then allegedly slated he went
Itqa store in Bristol to get gas and a drink,
atwhich point he realized he was in the
waong car. He said he headed back 1o his
bther's house, but got turned around
and ended up on Ward Road. FulIord
reportedly admitted to drinking three
sItois of Crown Royal and said he didn't.
feel impaired, but did have "a buzz '
SDep Nichols questioned Fulford about
a piece ol Brillo found in his pocket an
enem ohen used in crack pipes as a filler.
' Fulford denied the Brillo was used to
yLAfter completing his.swotn statement.
Ford allegedly changed his sior, and'
adminied o going to the Pit Slop in
: Happy "2nd Birthday!!
' Jacob LWiVlam Hansford will celebrate
his 2na brtnnday on June 20th. He is the
s4n of Jolene Hazemlood of Talianassee
arid Brian Hansford of Altha.
G andparents are Karen and Rcky
Hansford of Allha and the late Nancy
Aelton Hazeltood ol Alrha. Great grand-
p4rents are LV Hansford and the late
Harold Hanslord ofl Ali.a, De.?ey Melton
ari Ihe late Betty Melton o Altha
SJacob enjoys spending lots of lime
owsioe riding his 4-. heelers
We would like to send our sincere
thanks and appreciation to each of you
that helped us in the darkest moment of
our lives. The food, visits, beautiful flow-
ers and especially the prayers have
touched our hearts forever. Thank you
Bro. Frances Carlisle, Gaylen Henson
and Jeremy Whitworth for the beautiful
service. We loved him dearly, and from
the outpouring of love and friends from
this community, ours were not the only
lives he touched. You all will never know
how much we appreciate you.
Raymond, Susan and
got the same immediate
response: A department employ-
ee, officers and work crews,
worked for days to get us moved.
Officers led crews for several
more days to get all our shelves
and equipment moved.
We appreciate the willingness
and helpful attitude shown by
these men. We commend Sheriff
Tatum for allowing his staff and
crews to help us out.
Blountstown before heading to the store
in Bristol. He advised the Pit Stop was
closed and he didn't get out of the car.
Upon failing a sobriety test, Fulford
reportedly stated he knew he was drunk
and admitted to smoking crack cocaine
just prior to stealing the vehicle. He then
removed a glass crack pipe from his
underwear which tested positive for trace
amounts of crack cocaine.
Fulford was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and remained in custody at
Drunk driver heads
for the county jail,
turns himself in
Deputy Eddie Dalton didn't have a.
hard time catching up with a drunk driver
after the man wheeled into the Calhoun
County Jail parking lot and turned himself
in early Monday.
Arrested was Robert Allen Scott,
charged with DUI, driving while license
suspended or revoked,, and possession of
a firearm by a convicted felon.
According, to the Sheriff's Office, Dep.
Dalton wad on duty at the jail around 2
a.m. when'he spotted a gray Toyota pick-
up enter the parking lot and almost collide
with his vehicle Tne driver, Ialer identled
as Scott. anempted to park the truck, but
ran it up on the sidewalk Dep. Dalton
noticed the truck had a broken windshield
and bent rear Dumper
SScott told Dep. Dalton he was wanted
out of Missouri and wished to turn hnmsell
in, adding that me truck he was driving
had possibly been reported stolen from
Liberty County. He further stated his dri-
vers license had been revoked, he was a
convicted felon, and a single shot rifle
.could be found on the Iront seal of the
Dep Dallon realized Scott was
extremely intoxicated and' Scon advised
he had consumed approximately three
cases ol beer A half case of Busch Light
was discovered in the Iront seat of the
truck, along with several emply cans in
the bed of the pickup
Dep. Jared Nichols arrived to assist
and learned Ihe truck was registered to
Andrew M Ramsey of Bristol. After Scon
was booked on several charges Ramsey
arrived and advised he didn't want to
press charges for grand theft auto. Dep.
Nichols also learned Scon was wanted for
violationn of probation in Missouri and his
license nad been revoked for a previous
Scott remained in custody at the
Calhoun Counly Jail at press Iime.
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Patrick and Misty Ramsey of Bristol
are proud to announce the birth of their
son, Swayde Patrick Ramsey.
Swayde was born May 14, 2005, at
the Women's Pavilion in Tallahassee. He
weighed five pounds and was 17-7/8 inch-
es in length.
Grandparents include Steve and
Renee Odom of Bristol, Andrew Ramsey
II of Blountstown, and Sarah Jackson of
Great grandparents are Andrew and
Wisa Ramsey to Blountsiown, Glen
Peacock and the late Edra Peacock of
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Virginia Pitts of Clarksville. and Martha
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The Calhoun County School Board is accepting applications for
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to the Superintendent's Office by Wednesday, June 17, 2005,
12:00 noon (CDT).. .
* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available at
Carr School or the -Superintendent's Office.
* Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mis.
Mary Sue Neves. Superintendent or Mr. Darryl Taylor, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
SEqual Opportunity Empio/er
The City of Blounlsiown is seeking applicants to fill four (4) temporary
positions in the Maintenance Department. Applicalions may be
obtained from City Hall between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.,
weekdays, at 20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424.
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalency, a State
of Florida valid driver's license and a working home telephone.
Successful applicants will be, required to have a Commercial Driver's
License (CDL) or obtain within two (2) months of employment.
The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opporlunity Employer and is a
Drug Free Workplace.
SDrivers with C.D.L
Class A.or B
Must be Insurable
Please Apply at:
15888 SW Silas Green Road
SPlease Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at
O I M M II. I. I I,1;4P I I ,
June 15, 2005
experienced individual for
office position. :
Applicants should be
familiar with computerl
accounting system in a
Degree not required.
should apply to:
,190 Mannie-Gunn Rd.,
Quincy, FL 32351
June 8, 15, 2005,
Yard sale, Sat., at 17196 NW Angle St.,
Blouptstown. All kinds of household items,
some pieces of furniture, lots of shoes, size
6.5 to 13 for men and women, summer tea
shirts for men.
Garage sale, Sat.. 8-00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
al 18287 NE Live Oak Lane in the Live Oak
SHeights Subcdision in Blounlstown. Items;
Include furniture and washer.dryer. All
items must go. 674-3636.
Yard sale, Sal.. 8-12 Early birds
welcorre Ii's time to clean house again --
accumulaled too much stuff We have
tools, dishes, bathroom fixtures, small
appliances, whainots, etc you might even
lnd something lor Father s Day, 20157 SW
Dogwood Ave. (oil Cypress St. behind
'Burger Kingi Follow signs from nwy. 20
and 71 Call 674-6520. ...
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Yard sale Sat from 8-00 a m. until on
Charlie Johns St. in Blountstown. Ladies
and Jr. Clothing. home decor items,
jewelry, and kitchen items No early birds
CARS & TRUCKS
Pontiac Sunfire, 2001, red, low miles,
CD player, tinted windows, great condition.
Call 643-4106 home or.cell: 643-1811.
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SFord F-150, 1986 4x4, $1200. OBO;
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Chevrolet 1 ton, 1995, green, auto, 454
engine, 210, 000 miles, great work truck,
asking 6 000 Call 674.5780 or 643-8464.
Autos for sale, 1986 Ford Bronco 2, 4x4,
new transmrsion jn 2003, ,,.-. tires, runs
good. $2500: 1998.,GMC Z71, 4 wheel
drive. loaded, $8.000 OBO Call 379-3046.
a Bush Hogging
e New (onstrudion landsctpint
67 .Cell: 643-6142.1 .
Wanted: 3 bdr. house in:Blountstonri oi
!Brist to.l t rent or rent to own. 'Call
-Reasonable Rates Free Estimates
S Call Chris Nissley .
674-8081 or Cell: 643-8561:
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
No experience required CDL Training is
now available in your area. Covenant
Transport has immediate openings for
eniry:evel semi drivers. Our avg Drivers
learn more than $36K first year. QTR
Regional runs gel you home weekly. Train
for top pay call Today 1-866-280-5309.
FREE! Home Bible Correspondent
Course. non-denominallonal. Send your
request to. HBCC, P.O. Box -,-
- Blounslown. FL 32424: .
WHEN'S THE BEST TIME
TO GO HUNTING OR
Go to Our Website
click on outdoors
check the weather too!
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty, $150,.
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set New in
boxes, sacrifice $550 850-222-7783.
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CHERRY SLEIGH BED $250. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879
New leather sofa and loveseat $750,
can delver. 850-222-2113
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NEW BEDROOM SET Beautiful cherry
Louis Prilippe 8-piece wood King sleigh
bed, dresser, mirror, chest, 2 nightsiands.
Sug list. $4600. sell $1650 850-545-7112
NEW Brand Name King Matress Set.
$250, in lactory:,plasic, warranty
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NEW QUEEN mattress and base. Never
used, in unopened plastic. Must sell, $125.
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted china
cabinet. $3K retail, sell for $999.
S** ***** *
SPre-fab trusses,:with specs. 28' x 2' I
high with 2'eves on each end Will sell
cheap Call 762-3481, leave message and
will return call. .
S,****** ****** **
Rims &tires, Vision five siar aluminum
rims, .15 x 8 "arid tires, 33 x 12 50
All-terrain tires for F150 Ford. #350. Call
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Crystal block with coyole howlrng art
moon and base light,.$35 OBO Call
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Computer desk, wood shelf on slop..
bookcase section, $1-00 OBO Call
3 horse goose neck Bee trailer, good.
-crndillion, $4,000 Call 643-8600
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Furniture. pecan wood coffee table ,win
glass top $75 area rugs 5'xT, $40 & $50
in excellent condition. hall runner, $10, good
condition. Call Brenda.Hurst at 674-8381.
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MATTRESS SET New full'set wnth
factory warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783.,
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2003 Harley Davidson 1200C Sporister.
100h anniversary edition, loaded with exnra
chrome, saddle bags, windshield, new
battery, etc. asking payoff of $10,700.00.
Call 674-2637 after 5:00 p.m. or cell:
For sale or stud registered 5-year old
Paint Stallion; good conformation and
pedigree Base color: Black. 674-7995.
LOST & FOUND
Found, Brindle puppy with white chest,
blue collar. Call 674-2782.
For rent 2 bdr fravlers, sem-lurnished,
no pets. 674-4011.
***** A 5'
RV trailers for rent, $75 $80-week,
Smostutilities furnished; 2 bdr trailers when
available. Call 674-4011.
New doublewide mobile h6me. 3 bdr., 2
bath,!carpeled ihrouhouri. lurn,.hed or
unfurnished. Call 762-3317.
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1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
"The Best Place to Live!'
16978 NW Mayo street
S Blountslown. FL 32424
Equal Housing Opportunity
LAWN CARE SERVICE
Calhoun, Jackson & Liberty Counties
Dependable, Reasonable. Courteous.
Licensed & Insured Call 762-2520 or
'* * *
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST IS
MEETING IN CALHOUN COUNTY.
CALL FOR TIMES AND LOCATIONS
Christian Nanny child care provider;.
Don't seile for less. give your child the
best. 1-on-1 VIP care. Call 237-233
PETS FOR SALE
Black Lab mix with white markings,
spayed female, updated on vaccines,
heartworm treated and on prevention, appx.
50 pounds for $100 adoption fee.
Prospective home music have a fenced
.Hamster, female white Siberian dwarf
hamster with cage. ball and food. Best
offer: Call 674-5322
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HOMES FOR SALE
(2) houses, 2 bdr 1 oath kitchen, dining?
and living room at 415 Pennington Ave. 2
bdr 1 balh. lasi house on Franklin before
sarmll Mvarkl;e price Call 251-867-3834. b
M&W Self Storage !
7 Days A Week Service
*** NO DEPOSIT i
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
Half Basset Hound puppies, eight
available. trst shoes and wormed Free 1I
a goo hr,-me Cal 482-6398
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Free to good home. Golden Retriever[
mix puppre'. 7 boys. 3 girls. 6 black, 41
white, ready in 7 weeks Call 674-3929-
Sleave me-ace- ,
Black female Cocker Spaniel, hat
paper Free to good r nrme Call 674-4720.
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5 adorable kittens. free to good home 4-
males. 1 femae.le neaed worried, liner box
rained Call 62-9245
(2) Bulldog puppies. 5 mos. old. wntle,
sale and bla:k. white female Call 674-6410
orceli 447-081 t
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE CLEANING
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES
Licensed and Insured
Call for FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
Ny Cr uinI
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but I know everything about you...salm 39.1
I know when you sit down and when you
I am familiar with all your ways ...Psaiml39:3
For you were made in my image...Genesis 1:27
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rise up... Psalm139:2
Even the very hairs on your head are numbered... Matew10:29-31
In me you live and move and have your being...Acts 17:28 For you
are my offspring...Acts17:28 I knew you even before you were conceived...Jeremia 1:4-5 I chose you when I
planned creation...Ephesn 1:11-12 You were not a mistake...Palm 139:1516 For all your days are written in my book
...Psaiml39:15-16 I determined the exact time of your birth and where you would live... At,, You are fearfully
and wonderfully made...Psalm139:14 I knit you together in your mother's .womb...Psalm139:13 And brought you
forth on the day you were born ...Psalm71:6 I have been misrepresented by those who don't know me...John8:4.44
I am not distant and angry, but am the complete expression of love...1John4:16 And it is my desire to lavish
my love on you... John3:1 Simply because you are my child and I am your Father.. .1John3:1 I offer you more
than your earthly father ever could...m.w7:11 For I am the perfect Father... Manih.ws: Every good gift that you
receive comes from my hand...Jame 1:17 For I am your provider and I meet all your needs...Matthw6:31-33
My plan for your future has always been filled with hope...Jeremniah29:11 Because I love you with an everlasting
love...eremiah l:3 My thoughts toward you are countless as the sand on the seashore...Psam 139:17-18 And I rejoice
over you with singing...Zephaniah3:17 I will never stop doing good to you...Jeremiah32:40 For you are my treasured
possession... Exodus 19:5 I desire to establish you with all my heart and all my soul... Jeremiah 32:41 And I want to
show you great and marvelous things...Jeremiah33:3 If you seek me with all your heart, you will find me
...Deutronomy4:2 Delight in me and I will give you the desires of your heart ....sams3:4 For it is I who gave you
those desires... Phlllpplans 2:13 1 am able to do more for you than you could possibly imagine...Epheslans 3:20 For I am
your greatest encourager....2Thessanians2:16-17 I am also the Father who comforts you in all your troubles
...2Corinuians 1:34 When you are brokenhearted, I am close to you...Psalm34:1 As a shepherd carries a lamb, I have
carried you close to my heart... aiah40:11 One day I will wipe away every tear from your eyes... Revelation21:3-4
And I'll take away all the pain you have suffered on this earth...Revelation21:4 I am your Father and I love you
even as I love my son, Jesus...John 1723 For in Jesus my love for you is revealed ...John 17:26 He is the exact
representation of my being... Hebrews1:3 And He came to demonstrate that I am for you, not against you
....Roans8:31 And to tell you that I am not counting your sins...2corinthlans5:18-19 Jesus died so that you and I
could be reconciled... 2corintians5:18-19 His death was the ultimate expression of my love for you... Iohn 4:10
I gave up everything I loved that I might gain your love...Romans8:32 If you receive the gift of my son Jesus,
you receive me.. .1John223 And nothing will ever separate you from my love again...omans8:38-39 Come home and
I'll throw the biggest party heaven has ever seen...Luke 5:7 I have always been Father and will always be
Father... Ephesians 3:14-15 My question is...Will you be my child?...John 1:12-13 I am waiting for you.. .Lukel:11-32