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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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g WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2005 0 99th Year, No. 7 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 0 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


START SAVING


Natural


gas prices


nearly


hipled
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
If you use natural gas to heat
your home, start saving now.
Blountstown city officials are
warning customers that prices
have nearly tripled.
"If your bill was $100 this
time last year, it would be
around $240 this year," City
Manager Jimmy Hand tells The
County Record.
According to a graph issued
y City Hall, natural gas prices
in October 2001 were $1.84 per
bekatherm (Dth). By October
2004, that had risen to $5.75.
this year, they're at $14.10 per
iDth a 245 percent increase.
A statement released by City
Hall reads, "The City of
Blountstown has taken meas-
ures to prepare for the winter by
hedging approximately 75 per-
cent of its natural gas needs
through a pre-purch.-asing pro-
gram. However, customers will
see extremely high gas prices
this winter."
See NATURAL GAS, page 10


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THOUSANDS GATHERED AT SAM ATKINS PARK SATURDAY for the 19th Annual Goat Day celebration. The
event featured artists and crafters, food vendors, and a variety of entertainers on, the park grounds,
while old time demonstrations and tours of historic cabins were underway across the walkway at the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, For more highlights, turn to pages 13 and 14 of this issue.

NATIONAL PEANUT FESTIVAL

Trio Al for isis P eanut


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Three young women from
Calhoun County are bound for
Dothan Thursday for three
days of competition in the Miss
National Peanut Festival
Pageant.
After winning local pag-
eants, Tracy Adams, Jonetta
Dawson, and MiLzi Whitfield
are now vying for this national
title. They will be competing
with approximately 60 girls,
from across Florida, Georgia,
and Al aibama
Tracy Adams, Miss
Calhoun County, is a 2003
graduate of Altha High School.
The daughter of Pony and
Patricia Adams, she is attend-
ing Gulf Coast Community
College, majoring in dental
hygiene.
When she's not in school,
Tracy enjoys going dancing and
shopping. Ten years from now,
she sees herself working as a
pediatric dentist somewhere in


MITZI WHITFIELD JONETTA DAWSON TRACY ADAMS ,


Florida.
This is not Tracy's first time
at the National Peanut Festival
Pageant. She went as a second
grader years ago after being
crowned Little Miss Altha. This
year, at age 20, she's actually
the oldest contestant compet-


ing,
Jonetta


Dawson, Miss


Blountstown, is the 18-year-
old daughter of Joe and
Uthenia Dawson. A 2005 grad-
uate of Blountstown High
School, Jonetta is now attend-
ing Chipola College and major-
ing in nursing.
Ten years down the road,
Jonetta sees herself "living life
as a productive member of


society, working toward a suc-
cessful nursing career,"
When she's not busy with
her studies, Jonetta enjoys
going to church, spending time
with family, and taking shop-
ping trips.
Mitzi Whitfield, Miss
See MISS PEANUT, page 14


CRIME


Drug bust


nets two


arrests


Saturday
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man and
woman were arrested Saturday
night after a drug bust at an
Azalea Drive home.
Geoge Huie, 39, and Demetria
Yolanda Moore, 33, were both
charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell within
200 feet of a public housing facil-
ity, as well as possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, a search
warrant was served on Huie's
home at 20763 SE Azalea Drive
just before 8 p.m. Search team
members included Inv. Michael
Bryant, Sgt. Mark Mallory, and
Deputies Nick Keller, Chris
Porter, Bliss Moreau, Jared
Nichols, and William Dalton.
Upon entering the home, they
made contact with Demetria
Moore who was sitting on a
couch in the living room. As she
stood up, Inv. Bryant noticed she
had been sitting on a white con-
See DRUG BUST, page 14

FALL FESTIVAL


Altha's


Heritage


Festival


Nov. 18-19
Altha's Fourth Annual
Heritage Celebration will be held
Nov. 18-19 at the Altha
Recreational Complex.
The event will kickoff with a
bog-in on Nov. 18. Gates will
open at 5 p.m. with the bog-in at
7 p.m. Arts and crafts vendors
are also invited to participate
that evening.
The following day, Nov. 19,
festivities begin at 8 a.m. with
arts and crafts, food, an antique
car show, and an antique trac-
tor show and pull.
For-information on reserving
a booth space,,,or to enter the
bog-in or car show, contact
Altha Town Hall at 762-3280.


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LUNCH

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2. Small 1-Topping Pizza
3. Howle Bread w/cheese
4. Wing Snack & Spicey Stix
5. Any Small Salad
& Howie Bread
6. Baked Spaghetti
& Howie Bread
FROM 11 AM TO 4 PM
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Blountstown, Fla.
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Blountstoxn High ,School celebrated ihomrecomrnlg 3" '
last week with a variety of activities, culminating .vith
there parade? and game on Friday Seniors took top
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Wainwright were crowned Mr and
Miss BHS during coronation on
Tuesday and reigned over the
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The County Record, OCTOBER 19,2005, Page 3;


State Representative House District 7




Coley to seek re-election


MARIANNA On Thursday,
State Representative Marti Coley
(R) announced her campaign for
re-election to the Florida House
of Representatives, District 7.
Surrounded by friends, family,
and her, daughter Kristin, 17,
and sons Vance, 13, and Hunter,
11, Representative Coley said, "I
have been overwhelmed by the
outpouring of support and
encouragement of citizens in our
district. I have also been ener-
gized by the potential I see to
empower our citizens and sin-
cerely believe that I can continue
to make a difference as their
State Representative."
SColey said she would continue
to stress economic development,
education and advocacy for state
employees in both the legislation
she intends to sponsor during
the 2006 Regular Legislative
Session and her reelection cam-
paign. "It is an honor serving in
David's place in the State House.


Mack and June Carder
would like to announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Rebecca Suzanne Carder, to
Nathanial James Hambly, the
son of Randy and Leah'
Armitage of Altha and James
Hambly of Warwick, Rhode.
Island.
Rebecca is the granddaugh-
ter of Maurice B. Partrich and
the late Virginia Partrich. for-
merly of Gainesville. FL. and
'Gladys Carder and the late
Benjamin Houston Carder of
Jonesborough. TN.
Nathan is the grandson of
SJoy Hollan and the late James
Hollan of Altha and Phyllis
Armitage ol Haines City. FL.
Rebecca is a 2005 graduate
of BloLntstowvn High School, a
sophomore at Chipola College


and is employed by Jackson
County Probation Office. She
will graduate from Chipola
College with an AA in the
spring of 2006. ,
Nathan is a 2005 graduate
of Blountstown High School.
completed Basic an AITT
training. with' the National
Guard this summer and is
employed by K.C. and Sons.
The couple has planned
their wedding for 4:00 p m. on
December ISth at Red Oak
Methodist Church. Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement. Sam
Atkins Park A recepuon will
follow the ceremony in the
Frink G-m.
No local invitations will be
sent. but all friends and rela-
tives are \welcome


Coley said.
'"Traveling in this diverse dis-
trict, I realize the breadth of this
Stask. That is why I begin a cam-
paign today asking you for the
privilege of representing you for a
full-term in the House," said


REP. MARTI COLEY
These issues are going to take
more than one session and I owe
it to the District to get results,"


Library offering free


internet basics class


A internet Basics Class is
being offered at your library in
Blountsto0\i l beginning Tuesday,
Nov. 6, and will continue through
Dec. 20., Classes will meet at the:
Adult Computer Lab from 6:00 -
8:00 p.m. (CST).

Cong. Boyd staffer

ill visit Thursday
A member of Congressman
Allen Boyd s (D-North Florida)
staff will be visiting Blountstov\in
Thursday. Oct. 27. from 9:30
a.m. to 11 a.m. CDT at the
Calhoun County Courthouse so
the people of Calhoun County
have the opportunity to personal-
Iv discuss issues concerning
them.
Congressman Boyd s staff is
trained to assist constituents
with a variety of issues relating to
various federal agencies. It is
important to the Congressman
ihit his staff i[ ,-.--,la-le for
those who are not able to tra\et.
to either his Panama City or
Tallahassee offices.


SThis class provides a basic
understanding modems 156K.
ISDN, DSL, and cable, web
browsers (Internel Explorer and
Netscape). Internet Sen-ice
Providers. surfing strategies.
secure transactions. cookies.
Anti-virus software, and fire-
walls. This class is recommend-
ed for those who are familiar with
Computer Basics. The class is
sponsored by Calhoun County
Public Library Literacy Services
Technology Act (LSTA),
AmeriCorps'VISTA. and their
sponsors. The class is free.
Enrollment is on a first come,
first service basis. Participants
are required to fill out application
for enrollment, hold a current
Calhoun County. library card and
complete the mouse tutorial
before classes begin.
To enroll or for more informa-
tion. contact Jane Breeze.
Technical Instructor. or Jeunny
Sandoval. AmeriCorp*'VSTA. at
674-8773 or visit the library at
177: i NE F' r S.'. in
Blountstown. -
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Tickets for the Chipola College
production of "All My Sons," go
on''sale Thursday, Oct. -20. The,
Arthur Miller drama opens' a
four-day run, Nov. 3. '
'Tickets-$7 for adults and $5
for students-are available week-
days in the college Business
Office from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Chipola students and employees
get one free ticket.
'"All My Sons" tells the story of
Joe Keller, a successful, sell-
made man who has done a terri-


; ,Pfc. Bradley S. Ammons,
Army National Guard Pfc.
Bradley S. Ammons has graduat-
ed from basic military training at
Fort Benning. Columbus. Ga.,
under the Split Option Training
Program:.' The program allows
high school students between
their junior and senior year to
attend and complete the Army
National Guard or Reserve sL\-
week basic training program dur-
ing the summer of their junior
year.
During basic training. the
recruit receives instruction in
drill and ceremonies. weapons.
map reading. tactics. military
courtesy. milita-r justice. ph.ysi-
cal fitness, first aid. and Army


Representative Coley.
"Improving education and eco-
nomic opportunity for our rural
communities does not occur
overnight, but through steady
leadership we can achieve great
results for House District 7."


ble and tragic thing: during
World \Var II. rushing to meet an
order from the Army. he know-
ingly sold them defective airplane
parts which later; caused the
planes to crash and killed 21
men.
The Chipola prod uc ion will be
entered in the Kennedy Center
:American College Theater
Festival.
For ticke 'information, call
850-718-2220.


history values aridtradition.
The student attends weekend
drills during the senior year of
high school until graduation.
After graduating from high
school, the recruit serves as a
member of the national guard or
reserve and attends advanced
individual training (AIT) to
acquire job skills necessary in a
military career specialty.
He is the son of Martha Terr-
of N.W.; Turkey Creek Road,
_Bristol, Fla., and brother of April
Ammons of State Route 71 N..
Blountsto~vn. Fla.
Ammons is a student at
Liberty Count\- High School.
Bristol.


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MARGIE FAY DODSON
Mrs. Margie Fay Dodson, 86,
of Blountstown, passed away
Saturday, October 15, 2005, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Dodson was born in
Beckville, Texas, and had lived in
Calhoun County for several
years. She was a homemaker and
was of the Baptist faith and also
enjoyed gardening.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Jessie James
Dodson, Sr., and a son, John
Edwin Dodson.
Survivors include a son,
Milton Langley Dodson, of
Athens, Georgia; two daughters,
Beth Van Winkle of Apalachicola,
FL, and Faye Dodson Kardos of
Athens, Georgia; one brother, Bill
Langley of Beckville, TX; two sis-
ters, Anna Lou Bolton of
Carthege, TX, and Jimmie Gay
Davis of Gary, TX; her grandchil-
dren including Gail Hooper, Joe
John Dodson, George Bunnell
Felts and Shea Bunnell; and
many great great grandchildren.
Memorialization will be by cre-
mation. Adams Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrangements,
ph. 674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.
RANDEL E. PUMPHREY
Mr. Randel E. Pumphrey, 51,
of Altha, passed away Tuesday,
October 11, 2005, in Marianna.
Mr. Pumphrey was born in
Marianna and had lived most of
his life in Altha. He loved hunting
and fishing and was an all
around avid outdoorsman. He
was a member of the Jack Creek
Sportsman Club and was a
Baptist. He was the owner of,
Randel Pumphrey Construction,
LLC.
He was preceded in death by a
daughter, Jeannie Jerkins.
He is survived by his wife,'
Frances, of Altha; his parents,
Alfred and Flora Pumphrey of
Marianna; three brothers, Luther
Pumphrey and his wife, Mary, of
Marianna, Steve Pumphrey and
his wife, Pauline, of Altha, and
Jim Pumphrey and his wife,
Debbie, of Altha; two sisters,
Gloria Mercer and her husband,
Derrick, of Grand Ridge, and
Gwendolyn Barwick and her
husband, Coy, of Marianna; one
grandchild, Darrin Summerlin of
Altha; and a host of nieces and
nephews and many, many
friends.
:Funeral services were held at
4:00 PM, Friday, October 14, at


Keep God

In Your Heart
by Rev. R. W. Waterman

The Lord Will Be Your
Confidence
Proverbs 3:26
SThis proverb is a good picture of a
Christian. A Christian is not one who is
without blemish or who expects a trouble-
free life.
A Christian knows there is quicksand
in life where he could get his foot caught
and sink into sin. So the child of God
reads and studies the Word of God every
day. He has a prayer time regularly anid
lives in an attitude of prayer more often
than not.. He has that supreme confi-
dence in the Lord. Confidence is the fact
of feeling assurance. The world has self-
confidence, butthe Christians confidence
or trust is in the true and living God.
The child of God walks safely and
confidently through this life, dealing
quickly with any sin that might arise. He
sleeps without any fear knowing that his
loving Heavenly Father protects him.
He listens to the news, reads the
papers and magazines to keep up with
the state of the world. However, he prays
in earnest'instead of worrying about the
terrible calamities and injustices that
could fall upon him as they have on other
people. He knows that God will not allow
anything to come into his life thai ne and
God together cannot handle. He knows
that trouble and crisis are a refining fire.
Knowing that God is his confidence,
he lives in service to his living, loving
Lord, secure in ;the knowledge.that God
loves him.
Does this sound laughingly difficult or
even impossible? It is not. Reach out for
this as your main goal in life; and the Lord
will be y~ur confidence.


the Rocky Creek Baptist Church
in Rocky Creek with the
Reverend Jerome Harbart,
Jimmy Young, and Luther
Pumphrey officiating. Interment
followed in the Rocky Creek
Cemetery.
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.

GERALD BRENTON RUSSELL
Gerald Brenton (Brent)
Russell passed away on October
8, 2005, at his home in Chipley.
Mr. Russell was a member of
the First Assembly of God
Church.
He is survived by two daugh-
ters; Leanna and Brittany.
,-r He will be greatly missed.;

RUBY REDD SHIELDS
Mrs. Ruby Redd Shields, 95,
of Blountstown, FL, died Friday,
October 14, 2005, at her home.
Mrs. Shields was born in
Florida on October 29, 1909, and
had lived in Calhoun County for
most of her life. She was a home-
maker and a member of the
Macedonia First Baptist Church
in Blountstown.
Mrs. Shields was preceded in
death by her husband, Lewis
Epsy Shields, and a son, Donald
Harold Shields.
Survivors include a son, Jerry
Shields, and his wife, Carolyn, of
Blountstown; two daughters:
Jeanette Johnson of
Blountstown and Judy Bailey
and her husband, Sam, of Scotts
Ferry, FL; six grandchildren, fif-
teen great-grandchildren and two
great, great-grandchildren.
.Funeral services were held
Sunday, October 16, at 2:00 p.m.
(CDT) from the Macedonia First
Baptist Church in Blountstown
with Rev. Jimmy Campbell offici-
ating. Interment followed in the
Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marion Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL. 850-674-
2266.


We Can Escape Temptation
Text: 1 Cor. 10:13
Leslie Dunkin said his father used to
put a piece of meat on the floor by his dog
and say, "NO!" The dog would not touch
it. He would not even look at it. "...if he
did so, the temptation to disobey would
be too great, so the dog looked steadily at,
my father's face."
Sin is a captive.. It binds and it
destroys. Sin leads to all kinds of addic-,
tions. One can be addicted to drugs, alco-
hol, pornography, tobacco, and even
food. These can destroy your life. But
Scripture promises that God will provide
an escape. "And God is faithful; He will
not let you te tempted beyond what you'
can bear. But when you are tempted, He
will also provide a way out so that you
can stand up under it (NIV)."
If you are not able to overcome temp-
tation, the first step is to accept Christ as
your Lord and Savior, Confess your sins..
Believe that Christ died for your sins and
rose again. Believe tiat He will'forgive
you of your sins. Then the Holy Spirit will
come .to live with you, forgive you, and
give you power over sin and evil.
Whenever you. are tempted with sin,,
look lor the way of escape. Sometimes it
will be as simple as looking away. Other
times, it will call for drastic measures,
such as completely avoiding any and all
contact.with the temptation.
Plan today what you will do in
response to temptation tomorrow. If you
are lempted to miss church every Sunday
makeup your nind that you:will go. You
do that with your job. If you can't resist
midnight porn on the cable channel, can-
cel the subscription.
One thing is certain. You will never
find the escape from temptation if you
,don't make an effort to look for it.
Ryan McDougald is a licensed,
ordained Free Will Baptist Minister host-
ing Bible study in the home. For more
information, call 674-6351.

Deadline Noon Monday


Fall Festival Oct. 29
at Altha Church of God

It's fall festival time, and the
Altha Church of God, Sunny Hill,
Victory Hill, Altha Baptist
Church and Altha Methodist
Church will be hosting a commu-
nity festival, in the Altha Church
of God yard on October 29th
from 5:00 7:30 p.m.
There will be activities for all
ages. Lots of games, 15 booths,
food, the Thompson's and oh so
much Candy. All for FREE. We
just ask for you to come out and
join us. In case of rain festivities
will be moved inside.
For more information, call
Altha Church of God at 762-
8294.

Page Pond hosting Fall
Festival on October 30

Page Pond Assembly of God
Church will be hosting a Fall
Festival on Sunday, October 30.
The festival will be held from
5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at our
Pavillion on the Pond.
All activities, candy and prizes
are FREE!!! We will have music,
a moon walk, dunkin' booth and
other activities for children,
The church is located on
Murdock Drive behind Shelton's
Store, west of Altha, For addi-
tional information, please call
762-8423, or the church phone
at 762-8406.

Benefit gospel concert
for Youth Ranches Sat.
'Buddy Smith's Annual Gospel
Music Concert for the Florida,
Sheriffs Youth Ranches will be
held Saturday night, October 22,
beginning at 6:00 p.m. The con-
cert will be 'held in the
Blountstown High School
Auditorium.
Featured guests will be the
2005 Dove Award Winners, The

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Insurance, Marianna and are
$8.00 in advance and $10.00 at
the door. Children under 12 are
admitted free. Please support
the Florida Sheriffs Youth
Ranches by attending this great
night of Bluegrass Gospel!
For further information call
674-5793.

Bristol Baptist will
celebrate homecoming
The First Baptist Church of
Bristol will celebrate its annual
Homecoming Day on Sunday,
October 30th.
The day's activities will begin
with special music by "Fortress"
at 10:00 a.m. followed by the
morning worship service at 11:00
a.m. with Bro. Shelly Chandler
bringing the.message. A covered
dish dinner will be served in the
Family Life Center after the serv-
ice. There. will be no evening
service.
Please make plans to attend
this special occasion, also please
make time to stop by the 'new'
church site!! A nursery will be
provided.

Sink Creek Church to
host Fall Fest Oct. 22
A Fai Festival will be held at
Sink Creek Church of God
Church on Saturday, October 22,
beginning at 5:00 p.m. There will
be games, candy and food, free of
charge. They will also have The
P.I.G.S., (Puppets in God's
Service) doing a show for us.
Everyone is invited.

First Baptist will host
Fall Festival Oct. 26


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Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM


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Blountstown will be having a Fall
Festival on Wednesday, October
26, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Our theme .'this year is
"Country Fair" prizes for best
costumes but nothing too scary
please! We will begin promptly in
the church auditorium, so please
be on time. Invite your friends
and family for a wonderful
evening of fun and fellowship.
Find out that there's nothing
"scary" about being a Christian!
There will be an obstacle
course, monkey bounce, dunk
tank-all your favorites plus a few
surprises! We will be having a


Country Store where you can
buy items with the tickets you
win at the game booths.
\We are located next to
Regions Bank. Call 674-5923.
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Dear Editor: Oh pleasr-. let him come!
To the people who continue to
drop off pets at the Blountstown I will go back
STver Landing: to where he first threw me out
S\er aning I'll wait for him there
SHe Wil Come He will corm, no doubt.
4 (Author Unknown) My thoughts are fading
y 1TMv chest feels like leader


Don't close the door
Don't push me away
Why are you leaving?
Don't make me stay.
Slow down the car
I can't keep up.
This pavement is hot
and my pads are cut
I ve got to quit running
or mi heart xwll pop
Every muscle is aching
why don't you stop?
I'm so. hungry and thirsty
Darkness is near
But I shouldn't leave
He will-come for me here.
Several weeks have passed
t.m dead on my feet
They call me a nuisance
because I eat off the streets.
Every car that passes
I chase it to see
If it is my master
coming for me.
Though [ approach
those that come near
\With trust in my eyes
and no sign of fear
XWith hate in their voices
and a cold, heartless stare
They threaten to kill me
They don t even care
Batter my body
with rocks that they throw
I -will not leave
He w\ll come. don't you know?
Overtaken with weakness
my body is numb
I m sick and so lonely


I BIRHDAY


I'm sleepy, so sleepy
I can't lift my head.
It s so quiet. so peaceful
all remains still
There is my master
at my home on the hill,
Yes, I can see him
He's callirig my name
His voice is so gentle
His hands are the same.
He decided he wants me
Thmgs will be fine
I realU\ dc. lo\e him
that master of mine.
My tail wags.with pleasure
I can't catch my breath.
He came in my dreams
Sbut so did my death.
Charley Robertson

Letter to the Editor,
Much planning and a lot of
hard work has gone into improv-
ing the grounds around the old
train, located on Depot Avenue.
The newly planted trees in the
train park and the ones planted
on North Pear Street close to the
old terminal are a definite
improvement and should be
\ie\ed with pride.
Wouldn't it: be- nice if the
owner of the run down' block
building facing the old train
would do something to bring it
back to life? A few coats of paint.
on the building and some work
on the grounds would further
enhance the area.
Aline Segar


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Happy "Ist" Birthday!!
Chace Henry Kersev, son of
Michelle Kersey of Blountstown
and Jimmy Kersey of Cochran
GA will celebrate his 1st birthday,
Saturday October 22 2005
Grandparents are Leta Meors
Steve and Pat Mears. all of
Blountstown. Jim Kersey and the
late Robin Kersey of Cochran,
GA Great-grandparents are
Helen Hathaway of Blountstown
Sue Dykes of Altha Harold Knight
of MO. and Hollis Kersev of
Hosford
Chace wili celebrate his birth-
day with a party on Saturday.
October 23, with family and
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RYLEA ADDISON WILLIAMS
Josh and Kyndal Williarns
would like to announce the birth
of their daughter R,'leb .Addiscn
Williams
Rv:lea was born on June 13
2005 at the Tailahassee Memorial
Women s Pavilion. She weglaed 1
pound. 7 ounces and was 1
Inches long.
Her maternal grandparents
are Joe and Kim Milligan of
Blountstown and Doug and Flor
Edwards of Greensboro. Her
paternal grandparents are John
E and Brenda Williams of
Clarksville. Her 'maternal great
grandparents a re Short'
Donaldson of Blountstown,
Claude and Evelyn.Reeves of
Headland. AL Regina Miliigan of
Waverly,. IA and Charles and
\vonne Edwards of Greensboro.,.
Her paternal great grandparents
are Hazel and the late George
Dewey Smith oft ClarkskIllle and
the late Rush and Thelma Williams
of Blountstown.
Rvlea was welcomed home by
family and friends on August 21,
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Championship game set for Thursday in Altha





District tournament underway


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THE BLOUNTSTOWN LADY TIGERS are the number one seed in the district
tournament underway in Altha this week. Above, Lady Tiger Holly
Jeppson goes up for a spike in a recent match against LCHS.

Lady Tigers preparing for

district championship match


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Altha Lady Wildcats are
hosting the district tournament
this week and may be set for a
rematch with Blountstown.
The Cats took on Sneads
Tuesday afternoon (details
unavailable at press time). The
winner will go up against number
one seed Blountstown Thursday
at 5 p.m. with the district cham-
pionship title on the line.
Last week, the Cats finished
their regular season at 11-9,
falling to LCHS and defeating
Wewa.
"The varsity has won the last
five out of six matches," says
Coach Mary McClellan. "This is
what a coach wants to see this
time of the season."
The Cats lost a close one to
LCHS, 25-22, 15-25, 25-18, 15-
25, 13-15. Team leaders were
Cherie Hires with four points, an
ace, and five kills; Angela Byler
with five points, an ace, and 29
assists; Joy Capps with eight
kills; Sylvia Bodiford with 12
points; Ashley Adkins with eight
kills; Tory Lipford with 11 points,
an ace, and a kill; Mary McIntosh
with seven points, two aces, and
nine kills; Kim Clemons with four
points; and Brooke Lee with a
point.
In the match against Wewa,
the Cats came out on top. Hires
had four points, two kills and one
assist; Byler had six points and
15 assists; Capps had five points,
two aces, eight kills, and a block;
Bodiford had 14 points; Adkins
had six kills; Lipford had two


points; McIntosh had 11 points
and four kills; and Clemons had
a kill and a block.
The J.V. squad ended their


season with an 11-4 record. They
defeated LCHS, 25-17, 25-22.
Megan Wiltse led with six points,
followed by Hannah Waldorff


with five. They also defeated
Wewa, 25-9, 25-19. Wiltse and
Taylor Shelton led with eight
points a piece.


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Blountstown Lady Tigers
are guaranteed a shot at the dis-
trict title, as the number one
seed.
The tournament got underway
in Altha Tuesday afternoon with
the Lady Cats taking on Sneads.
The Lady Tigers will face the win-
ner in the championship game
Thursday at 5 p.m.
. Last week, the Lady Tigers lost
a close match against the Liberty
County Lady Bulldogs. Holly
Jeppson led the Tigers with six
kills, and six digs, followed by
Kate Atkins with four kills, six


digs, and 15 assists.
"We played overly excited in
the beginning," says Coach
Susan Rash. "We just didn't play
to win. It was a good eye opener
for the district tournament."
The loss put the Lady Tigers at
13-4,'for the regular season and
3-1 in the district.
The J.V. Lady Tigers ended
their season with a perfect 11-0
record. "The J.V. did an out-
standing job this season," Coach
Rash remarks. "To go undefeated
is great. They really put it togeth-
er and showed everyone how they
could play in their last game of
the season against Liberty
County."


Tri-State Off Road park announces

Fast Track results for October 15


The Fast'Track results of
October 15th at the Tri-State
Off Road Park were as follows:
4 & 6 Cylinder
1st pl Harry Goodwin
2nd pl Johnny Shadrick
3rd pl Theresa Mallory
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl Kenny Clewis
2nd pl -Justin Johnson
3rd pl Phillip Byrd
Powder Puff
1st pl Debbie Flowers
2nd pl Dee Ping
3rd pl Shaunda Johnson
Consistency
1st pl Dee Ping
2nd pl Lee Flowers
3rd pl Harry Goodwin
4th pl Justin Johnson
Street Modified
1st pl Dee Ping


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3rd pl Lee Flowers
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2nd pl Cameron Brown
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1st pi Pau -Herron
2nd pl Rhett Butler
3rd pl.- Don Fike
Open
1st.pl Keith Shields
2nd pl Harvey Dillard
Foot Races
Boys, 6 11 yrs Kevin Ping
Girls 6-11 yrs. Stephanie
Franz
12 yrs. & older Andrew
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Bicycle Race
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Girls Haley Flowers


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Tigers dominate Bozeman,


59-0


The Blountstown Tigers and
their fans enjoyed just what
you'd like to have for your home-
coming football game...an easy
-win. The Tigers totally dominat-
ed the game against first year
team Bozeman located near
Southport, 59-0. The game was
never in doubt as Blountstown
improved to 7-0, and 2-0 in dis-
trict competition with key district
games next on the schedule with
Chipley and Holmes County. The
season finale will be against
Wewa and former Tiger assistant
coach Greg Jordan who has done
a tremendous job in his first
head coaching position.
With the exception of some
early penalties, the Tigers took
control early and led 47-0 by
intermission. Junior Varsity
players and backups got some
valuable playing time in the sec-
ond half and coach Johns recog-
nizes many of them in this week's
Coach's Corner. Johns pointed
out that many starters asked


that the younger players get
playing time giving up an easy
opportunity to add to their per-
sonal stats.
The touchdowns came quickly
for the Tigers against Bozeman
whose team consisted of sopho-
mores and juniors and no sen-
iors. Jonathan Lockhart burst
thru the middle for 62 yards.
Jacob Williams booted the PAT
and the Tigers led 7-0 with only
50 ticks off the clock.
Greg Meeks rambled 15 yards
after a good drive and Williams
added another PAT for a 14-0
lead.
Early in the second period,
Arsenio Ivory with outside for 7
yards and a touchdown. The kick
failed, but the Tigers were cruis-
ing, up 20-0.
T.C. Copeland broke a tackle
and turned on the jets for 78
yards and a touchdown at 7:38 of
the second quarter. Williams
kick made it 27-0.
Michael Guilford connected


with Josh Lilly for 3 yards and a
touchdown'at 4:36. The kick
failed, but the score was up to
33-0.
Two minutes later, Ryan
Baker raced 64 yards on a beau-
tiful play and Victor Carranza
added the PAT for a 40-0 lead.
Twenty-eight seconds later,
Greg Meeks picked up a fumble
and rambled 25 yards for his sec-
ond score of the night.
Carranza's kick gave the Tigers a
47-0 lead at intermission and the
starters' night was over.
Sophomore Corey Cox ran the
offense in the second half and
connected with Jacob Williams
for 38 yards and a touchdown
with 11:40 left in the fourth
quarter. The kick failed.
Christian Smith got the last
score of the night for the Tigers
on a 4 yard run with 2:58 left in
the game. The kick once again
failed.
Blountstown rushed for 378
yards and passed for 102 while
holding Bozeman to a meager 13
yards rushing and 75 yards
passing.

T. C. Copeland led the rushing
attack with 78 yards on only one
carry. Ryan Baker added 74
yards on two attempts.
Jonathan Lockhart had 62 yards
on one carry while homecoming
king Arsenio Ivory had 60 yards
on 5 rushes. Chance Attaway
touched the ball twice for 26
yards followed by Demarco
Johnson with 25 yards on 4 car-
ries. Christian Smith had 16
yards on 2 carries followed close-
ly by Greg Meeks with 15 yards
on one carry. Michael Guilford
rushed twice for 13 yards fol-
lowed by Malcolm Ivory with 9

Left photo:
BHS Homecoming King
Arsenio Ivory had 60
yards on 5 carriesinclud-
ing a seven yard touch-
down as the Tigers
racked up 378 yards
rushing and 102 passing
in a 59-0 district win over
Bozeman, The Tigers
travel to Chipley Friday
night for a 7:30 kickoff,


The Blountstown Tiger defense held Bozeman to a meager 13 yards rushing
and 75 yards passing in a 59-0 homecoming victory. Above, Chaz Johns gets
physical with a Bozeman runningback while Arsenio Ivory tries to swipe the ball;


yards on 2 carries.
Michael Guilford completed 4
of 5 passes for 45 yards and a
touchdown. Corey Cox complet-
Sed 3 of 3 passes for 57 yards and
a touchdown.
Jacob Williams and Titus
Overholt each had two receptions
while Josh Segers, Chase Cox,
arid Josh Lilly had one each.
Defensively, the Tigers domi-
nated allowing Bozeman only 13
yards on the ground and 75 thru
the air. Leaders on defense were
Corey Silcox in on 11 tackles fol-
lowed by Ryan Baker with 8,


including one sack. Ivory was in
on 7 tackles and Chaz Johns was
in on 6 as was Attaway. Josh
Segers and Josh Lee were each in
on 5.
Others who got their chance to
play some defense and in on at
least one tackle were Greg
Meeks, Josh Savell, Chase Cox,
Titus Overholt, Adam Edwards,
Jamie Willis, Jared Lilly, Jacob
Williams, Lance Clemmons, Brad
Terry, Johathan Lockhart, Birtt
Leach, Corey Cox, T.C. Copeland,
Eric O'Bryan, Bradley Tucker
and Zack Smith.


The Tigers will have to turn
everything up a notch this week
when they travel to Chipley to
face a tough district opponent.
Chipley is 2-5 overall and 1-1 in
district play having lost to
Holmes County.
Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. and
Tiger fans are encouraged to
keep the noise level high and
held these young meti reach their
goal of a third consecutive dis-
trict title, a second straight
undefeated season and a return
to the playoffs and a chance at
the state championship.


Well, I.don't think I.will apologize for
the game last Friday night after the oppo-
nents we have faced up till that point. It
has been pressure-packed every week
this season and our players deserved a
chance to relax and enjoy playing foot-
ball.
Also, the young players we brought
up after the-JV season finished getting
their brains beat out every day in practice
trying to. make us better and they
deserved a chance to get on the field on
a Friday night and show what they could
do. I first want to recognize the unselfish-
ness of some of our older players. .
During the second quarter of the
game last week, Chance Attaway,
Arsenio Ivory, Michael Guilford, Corey
Silcox, and T.C. Copeland showed out-
standing leadership. They came to me
once we began to pull away from
Bozeman in the' second quarter and
wanted me to get the. young kids in the
game. Many of them like Chance and
Arsenio, who are seniors, could have
used this game to run up gaudy stats like'
other teams in the area have" done
against Bozeman. Instead, they wanted
to make sure they did not get hurt and
keep them from playing in the big games
we have remaining and they wanted to
see the young players get their chance to
shine. This showed tremendous leader-
ship on all their parts and I wanted to
commend them for their decisions.
We also had some upperclassmen
that played a significant number of plays
in this game and did a great job. Adam
Edwards played safety for us from the
first quarter on and played very well. He
made great adjustments and did a good
job leading the secondary all night. Josh
Lilly and Jacob Williams both had nice
touchdown catches on the night and
showed very good hands and concentra-
tion. Both of those guys are seniors that
have worked very hard for four years and
I was excited to see them get an opportu-
nity to score.
Josh Segers played very good on
both sides of the ball. He had a fantastic
catch on offense and almost broke it for a
long touchdown and he played very well
at linebacker on defense. Josh Lee start-
ed his first game on defense this season
after breaking his leg in the spring and he
looked very good. Britt Leach, a sopho-
more lineman, played much of the night
on defense as did Zack Smith. Both of
these young men played very well and
made some great plays from their defen-
sive tackle spots for us. Zack is a senior
who has been a solid part of our team for
four years and I am so proud of his effort
Friday night. I was very proud of the con-
tributions of all of our players and the
unselfishness of our older players.
Hopefully this experience will pay off for


us if we need these guys to step up in
one of the big games we have remaining
on our schedule this season.
Next, I would like to recognize the
play of some of our younger kids that
stood out. First, sophomore quarterback,
Corey Cox, looked very comfortable run-
ning bur offense in the second half. He
threw the football well and lead the
offense on several nice drives. Malcolm
Ivory, Demarco Johnson, and Christian
Smith ran the football very well and
Showed great promise for the future.
Offensive linemen such as Wesley
Newsome and Da.vid Mlayo played very
well for us also. Delensively, Jared Lilly
did a nice job in the defensive secondary.
Matt Vincent, Brad Terry, Jeremy Watson,
Nic Hauversburk, and Dillon Burke
played very well and did not allow
Bozeman to get a touchdown at the end
of the game. All of the young kids played
very hard and I am proud of everything
they do to help make us better.
The relaxation is now over as we
begin the most important stretch of our
season. Over the next three weeks we
have some very important games, then
we hopefully' will'head into the playoffs.
On the line for us the next three weeks is
a chance to win the third District
Championship in a row for the first time in
school history, we have a chance to have
a second undefeated regular season in a
row for the first time in school history, and
we have a chance to give us home field
advantage for the first two rounds of the
playoffs. These are things that these kids
can look back on for the rest of their lives
and say they did things no other team has
ever done at Blountstown High School.
They can do things their fathers and
uncles can not claim. They can set their
mark on BHS that can never be taken
away from them, :They can have a
chance to return to the State
Championship and "Finish. The Ride"
they began last season. I don't think they
should need a lot of motivation to make
Ihern play hard. Throw in on top of all of
this a date with Coach Jordan and the
Wewa Gators, who has done a fantastic
job this season, and it should prove to be
an exciting three weeks.
We have to focus on one game at a
time and try to take care of business. We
have not played our best football yet, but
hopefully we will hit our stride over the
next three games and prepare us for a
run at the State Championship.
We hope to see all of you in Chipley
this Friday night as we take on a very
good Chipley Tigers who have hopes of
knocking us off and getting into the play-
offs themselves. Game time is 7:30 and
we'll see you at the game. GO
TIGERSIII!!!!


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Students at Altha and BMS eligible for..




AlTHA SCHOOL NEWS Afterschool tutoring


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Wildcat Fit Club
We've all heard about
"Celebrity Fit Club" on VH1, well
Altha's teachers have come up
with their own version.
While approving the school's
improvement plan, the school
improvement chairman, Amy
Henegar-Valenta, came up with
the plan to have the teachers
start their own physical fitness
plan to motivate students.
However, this is not the weight.
loss competition that "Celebrity
Fit Club" was, it is so much
more. This is to improve weight,
cardiovascular health, muscle
strength, and flexibility.
The' competition consists of
four teams. The team.leaders are
Russell Baggett, Coach Arthur
Faurot, Coach Robbie Smith, and.
Coach Missy McGill. This is a
year long event. Last week, Craig
Acker, from'. Titus Fitness
Academy in Tallahassee, came to
measure each member's weight,
height, and body fat percentage.
The Calhoun County Health
Department and'.Mrs. Susan
Chafin are going to be conduct-
ing cholesterol scans and provid-,
ing pedometers. This is for all
faculty and staff at Altha School.
Hopefully, the results will be
rewarding for all members of the
Altha School staff. Good luck,'
ladies and gentlemen!
By; Patricia Williams

Autumn Fest
Fall is in the air and once
again it is time for the annual
Autumn' Fest. The Senior Beta
Club has scheduled Autumn
Fest for Friday, October 28, 6-8 '
p.m. at the softball field.
Everyone at Altha Schodl and
in our community is asked to
participate by dressing in cos-
tume. The theme for this year is
"Altha on the Red Carpet" (pop
culture dress as anyone, basi-
callyl.
Students and teachers are


Coed Volleyball

tourney Nov. 5

; ThepJi a H'ighr'Soi6ohl6 Senioiru-
Class of 200r \\ill be hosting" ain
open Mrin-ini trn volJe-ba3l tiourna-
ment with the first game begin-
ning at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday,
November 5. Itwill be held in the
Altha High School Gym.
Teams of 4'to : 5 people ages
13 and above are invited. The
teams MUSTbe co-ed. consisting
of at least one male or one female
per team. Scoring" will be rally
(play to 25). andithe winner will
win best 2 out of 3 games. There:-
is a 825.00 team fee. and l adis-
sion of S1.00 for spectators (kid's
" free). There will be a concession
stand selling refreshments.
If you are interest :in eriter-
ing this tournament, please con-
tact Mary McIntosh at (850) 272-
7069, or Brandpn Dysard at
(850) 762-3409. ?Leave a mes-
sage with a name and number if
you do not speak \\ith someone
at either number. Please have
team information prior to 'con-
tacting us.
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'\lthO ri elebrit', Fit Clu.ib" Ao.e Cro:,ig Acker, DireCto-.r cf Operotib t at Titus
itnes:k jc.:cjern/, I" .,ShA'fn l aclsurinig te t ,f toct obove Principal
k')cnrie Hcrrd'z hip lbone.,


encouraged to wear costumes
that are appropriate for' school
on October 28. Beta members
will go to each grade level and
present a treat to each student
arid teacher who dressed in cos-
tume.
By: Kasey Roberts


9, January 13, February 10,
March 10, April 14, and May 10.
Family Breakfasts are served
from 7:00 7:45.
To help our staff plan for
breakfast each month you will
receive an invitation as a
reminder. If you have any ques-
tions, please contact Charlene


School Improvement Plan Yon at Altha School.
Some of the teachers have By: Hannah W&a
done some thinking about the
students in our school and they Calendar
think we need some help. So they Oct. 19 Report Cards; I
have come up with this school Release Day
improvement plan and their goal Oct 20 VB 5:00,@ homi
is to increase parental involve- .-Oct. 21 School Day/Si
menit through frequent, positive Portrait Make-up Day
communication. Oct. 28 Autumn Fest 6-
In order to provide opportuni- at Altha Softball Field
ties for this. they are having a Oct. 31 Evaluation Day
family breakfast on the following No\. 1 Sea-to-see. 2nd
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FROM GARY COX,
DIRECTOR OF SPECIAL SERVICES,.
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD

During July, parents of stu-
dents in Altha and Blountstown
Middle Schools were offered the
School Choice option of enrolling
their child in another school in
the district. Using the forms that
were distributed at that time, 13
parents indicated an interest in
after-school tutoring rather than
transferring to another school.
State-approved, after-school
tutoring is now being offered for
the students of those two schools
who are in Grades 2-8 and eligi-
ble for Free or Reduced Lunch.
If the designated Federal fund-'
ing is insufficient for the number
of eligible students who apply,
the school is required to develop
a.prioritized eligibility list which
will identify the group with great-
est academic need for these serv-
ices. Your child's school can
offer this tutoring if it is in its
second year (or later) of "school
improvement".
You may recall that during the
Summer of 2005,. Altha and
Blountstown Middle Schools
were identified by'the State as
making "Provisional AYP"
(Adequate Yearly Progress). The
federal government then
explained that, based on this
designation, these schools were
entering the second year of
"School Improvement". Parents
have also recei-ed the distinct's
report card which shows how
their child's school compares to
other schools in our district and
'state. This report card lists the
reasons why your school has
been identified for school
improvement. If you like, your
school can provide you with
another copy upon request or
you can view your school's
Report Card by visiting their
website at:
http //www.paec.org/calhoun/d
istrict/SchoolVebsites.ihtm
'If your child is eligible, during
the month of October you can
choose an after-school tutoring
program that :is best for them
without cost to you. A list of
approved tutoring programs cur-
rently offered in our area is avail-
able. These programs have been
apprqyed .y, ,,the state
,,,. .. ***y ',M '' ,


Department of Education and
will provide your child with tutor-
ing that a vendor will customize
to your child's specific needs.
When deciding which tutoring
program. is best for your child,
you may want to ask these ques-
tions:
When and where will the
tutoring take place (at home or a
community center)?
How often and for how many
hours in total will your child be
tutored?
What programs, by grade
levels and subject areas, are
available for your child?
What type of instruction will
the tutor use (small group, one-
on-one, or via computer)?
What are the tutors' qualifi-
cations?
Can the tutor help if your
child has disabilities or is learn-


ing English? '
SIs transportation available to.
and from where the tutoring will';
take place?
We invite you to join us as we:
talk with the tutors and vendors
at 6:00 pm on October 24 at'
Altha School or on October 25 at
Blountstown Middle School to
help you decide which program is
best for your child. If you would*
like to select a tutor. prior to
meeting them, you can fill out a
provider selection form and mail
it back to Gary Cox, 16651 SE
River Street, Blountstown, FL
32424. Applications must be,
postmarked or hand delivered to
this site no later than October.
31, 2005, to be eligible this
school year. You will receive a let-
ter from Calhoun County Schools
See TUTORING, page 14


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CARR ElEMENTARY


CARR MS SCHOOL NEWS


FIRE PREVENTION: Carr School students in grades K-8 visited the Carr-Clarksville VFD in
recognition of Fire Prevention Week, Chief Darryl O'Bryan and volunteer firefighter Ellis
Nichols showed the classes firefighting equipment and discussed fire safety. They also told
the groups about the different calls to which the department responds and gave each
student a sticker to place on his/her bedroom window, These stickers make firefighters
aware there is a child in the room, Additionally, Carr-Clarksville VFD brought the fire truck
to the PK class at Carr School so they could explore the truck and learn the "Stop, Drop,
and Roll" procedure, We would like to thank the men and women of our volunteer fire
departments who unselfishly give their time to help others,


Coronation
The annual crowning of BHS Royalty
was held on Tuesday, October 11, in the
BHS Auditorium at 1:45 P.M. The BHS
Student Council did a wonderful job from
the decorations to the program itself. The
homecoming court was introduced with
the senior candidates and the final three
king and queen candidates being pre-
sented last. The 2005 Homecoming
Court included the following:
Freshmen Attendants Samantha
Ferguson and Malcolm Ivory
Sophomore Attendants Kaitlin
Peacock and William Leonard
Junior Attendants Whitney Lockhart
and Chaz Johns
Senior Attendants Kate Atkins and
Josh Lilly, Sarah Hatcher and Adam
Richards, Lindsey Miller and Josh
Segers, Nichole Tipton and Zack Smith.
Top Three Candidates Courtney
Bybee and Chance Attaway, Casey.Glass
and Arsenio Ivory, Lyndsey Wainwright
and Titus Overholt.
Before the final announcement, Sarah
Hatcher entertained: the audience with
the song "Breakaway." The 2005 King
and Queen Arsenio Ivory and Lyndsey,
Wainwright were crowned by 2004 BHS
Queen Valerie Jones.
Tiger's Growl
The 2005 Tigers Growl was held on
Wednesday October 12, in the BHS
Auditorium and was a terrific and enter-
tainingshow.
The event began with an awesome
slide show presented by Mrs.McCrone's
class. The Tigers Growl was hosted by
Forrest Gump, otherwise known as Nic
Stoltzfus. There were a variety of skits
interwoven with some vintage Forrest
Gump movie scenes. A brilliant skit pre-
sented by me seniors was a take-off of
the Geico commercial in which Coach
Krueger saved a bunch of money on his
car insurance.
Another hilarious skit was that of the
American Idol Contest with Chaz Johns
Sin the role of Simon, Holly Jeppson por-
traying Paula Abdul, and none other than
Martelli Gatlin as Randy. The winnerof
American Idol was, of course, our own
talented Sarah Hatcher.
Where would the Tigers Growl be
without a Napoleon Dynamite skit? T.J.
Rogers played the part ol Napoleon with
some weird dance moves to support the
"Vote for Pedro" Campaign. Pedro was
played by Umair Farooqui and Summer
by Dianna Glaze. Each candidate made
a speech explaining why he or she was
the better selection for school president.
The BHS Cheerleaders also did an
awesome job showing off their athletic
skills, and the football players did a few


skits with one coming from the television
series The Steve Harvey Show.
Lastly, how could we forget when the
teachers performed a scene from the
movie Fever Pitch? They pulled off some
amazing dance moves, with Mrs. Howell
doing the worm!
The 2005 Tiger's Growl was a com-.
plete success. A special thank you to Mrs.
Howell for being in charge of this event
again this year!

NHS vs. Faculty Football Game
On Thursday, October 13, the BHS
student body was treated to an old fash'-
ioned football game as National Honor
Members challenged,the BHS Faculty to
a game of skill and agility.
It was youth and brains against expe-


rience. It was a back and forth game
throughout, but the faculty proved to have
that little bit of extra staying power to end
victorious with a final score of 28-21!

Calendar FYI
Oct. 19 Report Cards/Early Release
Day
Oct. 21 Varsity Football-Chipley-
Away
Oct. 25 Club Pictures
Oct. 28 Varsity Football-Holmes
County-Away
Oct. 29 ACT Test
Oct. 31 Evaluation Day
Nov. 2 Underclassmen Picture
Retakes
Nov. 3 FBLA Blood Drive
Nov. 4 Varsity Football-Wewa-Away


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Oct. 10: Delwin Stewart, no valid drivers license; Jeremy Keen, escape, violation
of probation
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Oct. 12: Joshua Best, violation of conditional release; George Beach, filing false
report; Quinton Peterson, driving while license suspended or revoked
Oct. .13: Christopher Wilcox, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana;
Brian Dale, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana; Jesse Jobbins, driv-
ing while license suspended or revoked; Robbie Newsome, domestic battery,
possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, schedule 4
drug; Shawn Newsome, domestic battery, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, drug paraphernalia; Ernesto Martinez, no drivers license; Quinton
Peterson, driving while license suspended or revoked; Johnton Barton, violation
of probation
Oct. 14: Ernest Snowden, failure to appear in court, writ of attachment, Leon Co.
warrants; Cassie Personette, DUI
Oct. 15: Demetria Moore, possession of cocaine with intent to sell'within 200 ft.
of public housing, less than 20 grams of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia;
George Huie, possession of cocaine with intent to sell within 200 ft. of public
housing, less than 20 grams of marijuana, and drug paraphernalia
Oct. 16: Laura Raffield, resisting arrest without violence, grand theft auto, disor-
derly intoxication; Amy Pagano, escape, violation of probation; Angela
Vanwagner, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, alcohol under 21,
and drug paraphernalia; Amos Anderson, possession of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and drug paraphernalia


The above Individuals were booked
- pastweek. Although theyhave been
: ered Innocent until proven guilty.


Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Domestic dispute

lands couple in

jail on drug charges

A Blountstown couple was arrested
Thursday after a domestic incident led to
drug charges.
Arrested were Robbie and Shawn
Newsome, each charged with domestic
battery, possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Robbie was also charged with posses-
sion of a Schedule 4 narcotic.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, a caller contacted them
around 3:15 p.m. and advised the
Newsomes were "trying to kill each
other."
Sgt. Mark Mallory responded and
immediately smelled burnt cannabis upon
entering the home. Robbie reportedly.
stated she and Shawn had been arguing
and he had busted down the door of their
home. Shawn reportedly advised his wife,
Robbie, wouldn't let him come inside, so
he kicked the door in to enter their home.
Both parties reportedly admitted the argu-


ment became physical with hair pulling
and shoving by both of them.
During the interview, Dep. Moreau
arrived to assist. Robbie was asked to
provide her drivers license and told Dep.
Moreau to retrieve the wallet in her purse.
When he opened the purse, Dep. Moreau
spotted a bag of marijuana, rolling
papers, and five pills that were found to
be Xanax. Upon being questioned,
Shawn advised that he and Robbie had a
box of marijuana next to a chair in their
living room. A small amount of marijuana
was found in the box, along with two mar-
ijuana pipes, a pair of hemostats, a set of
scales, two burnt marijuana roaches, a
pack of rolling papers, and pipe screens.
The couple was booked into the
Calhoun County Jail. Each was released
after posting a $500 cash bond.


Woman arrested for

allegedly stealing

boyfriend's truck

A Blountstown woman is behind bars
for allegedly stealing her boyfriend's truck


A eAccording to t t Natural gas i ces
According to the statement, we will .see spot market prices


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT BETS LAND
COMPANY, INC.. the holder of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to
be issued thereon. The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the description of the property,
and the names in which it was assessed are as
follows:
Certificate No. 505 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION'OF PROPERTY: B,:ir, ii -s, 5E
Comer of the West 1/2 of the NE I. 4 c. u-,i rvi
1/4 of Section 31, Township 2 North, Range 11
West. Run West 120 feet, then run North 480 feet
to POB. THen run West 100 feet,'thence North 40
feet, thence East 100 feet, thence South 40 feet to
POB. The above described land Is also known as
SLot 21, Block P-8, In an unrecorded platt in
Calhoun County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Block Brothers
SCorp, C/O Debra Harris, 30600 Telegraph Rd..
Ste 2250, Bingham Farms, MI 48025.
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the property
described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the
highest bidder at the Courthouse door on the
03rd day of November, 2005, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26, 2005


Legal Notice
IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
FLLE NO Fi,.-0i45
IN RE Enzuemfiohii-ueb,' .ephc_ n
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The, administration of the estate of John Huey
Stephens, deceased. Fili Number P05-045. Is
pernlir.g n tre CuLeI.Jt Court for C irn.:.un County,
Flj..nJ R-,.:t Diro., h. add.lresz: 'Whichis
Cil-.:,un- Cj-liry C.:..rtl,:.u-C PT,:.,Ceat Dull-iori .
20859 Central Avenue, East, Blountstown,
F..:ndl .3i24 4 The nim ne -1 al-.lrens .:f r.he
persc.r.al reprei.enr,.u.e ir,. r-e pcr4on5 l repre-
.enute s lanri,'T', 1 ire -- I._.rth bl.:,,'
All credili- :. ., i dcc ,dJenl ia d ,.i her perriin
hai-na c laim: r *.emu-.di ainlst rhe .'e,:elen. --
eLate ,*:, i 'r. 'i .-,r p ol ij d n u, cim : rde,
mui~' lle thei cl:aiTr, s' ilvh Ui In ,:.jlr Wi-THIr T-HE
LATER OF 3 MONTHi S AFTER THE DATE 'F THE
FIRST FiLiBLi.i.TlON OF THi-S NJOTCE ORj 3:
DAi'. AFTER THE DAT E OF ERRiC E OF A COFi
OF THIS NOTICE OFN TiEM
AiJ other cr'3nltors .jl the d'eedenrt 'rid per.soni
haiirit claimi or dcoiiu"dm id= jcr.-i-mrar'
e-,Lnre 3mut ile Lheir cl umIis iuI, nTl n .s r \ ITH-
friN 3 MONTHi- AFTER THE DATE : )F THE -FiF.T
SPUBLiCATIOrI OFF THIS NOTiCE
ALL CLAiMS NI':'T S'. FILED %iLL BE F:ORFEV
ER BARRED
NOT \%TiTST.-iNDTG .- THE TILE FERiOD SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDEENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date ofnwe firmr publliaun Is October'12,
2005. '
Per:.:.il Ripresenruare
:.jhri 5tephens ill
i I l3i5 59U, &r rj
R.:,, m F'li Beactn ri:.n.1a 334 iI I 4,46
Attorney fo:- PeF rs:rl iRepr r:e riau i
David C. Gaskin
Flo.nda Bir No; 027928 ,
PFO ..:.\ 1I5
Scarur.chi{. FL 32465
S850-639-2266
SOctober 12, 19, 2005



Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-335
MELLIE O. SHELTON, ALVIN DEAN SEWELL,
VIVIAN TAYLOR, ROBERT FLANDERS, and
HENRY EDWARD BROOKS,
Plaintiffs,
vs. .
LOIS SIMS, M.J. PACKER; BONNIE PALLONE,r
DORIS MAHAN. MARLON SAPP. DOYLE SAPP.
RALPH SAPP. NORRIS PEDDIE, LOUISE
WOMBLE GROVER, FAY WOMBLE BATES,
WILLARD C. WOMBLE, JIMMIE WAYNE'
WOMBLE, AUBREY FREE, ODIE GOODSON,
BURL 'FREE, NANCY NEHER, BARRY FREE,
DENNIE-FREE, JR.. CATHY VICKERY, RONNIE
VICKERY, JESSE SHOUN, DALE SHOUN, DEANA
JOHNSON, ANGIE DONNELL. WALLACE GLENN
HUGHES, GWENDOLYN VICKERY PRESTON,
JOANN HUGHES HOBACK, CRYSTAL ANN WOR-
RNG aBARBARA WOMBLE-RICE, PAUL DAVID
LEE, TIMOTHY W. LEE, ROBERT LEE, DEBBIE
LEE, ALLANA LEE, ALLEN POE LEE. DAVID
BOUDER,' and any other, UNKNOWN HIERS.
DEVISEE, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, and ALL OTHER PAR-
TIES CLAIMING THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINST :THE ESTATE OF JOHN BRYANT
SEWELL .'k, J B SEWELL.
Defenrdins
S NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ALL DEFENDANTS, and any other
UNKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEE, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, and ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
'THtl.iGH UtLiDER OR AGAINST THiE ESTATE
OF J-OHN BRYANT SE\\ELL a. r.. J B SE-ELL
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to partition
the following property in JACKSON County.
Florida:
All of the North Half of thie s,,ouhea5t Quarter of
Section 24; Township 2 North, Range 10 West,
Calhourn County, Florida; LESS AND EXCEPT the
following: Begin at the Northwest corner of the
Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
Section 24, Township 2 North, Range 10 West,


and run thence East 528 feet for the Point of
Beginning; thence run East 1104 feet to State
Road 73; thence run South 210 feet; thence run
West 1104 feet; thence run North 210 feet to Point
of Beginning.

has been filed againsty:-u r.1 ,:.u ..: rei.'iire, r..
serve a copy ofyourwriinrn i[i-.r._. u f,, r.:, Ir
on WADE MERCER, plaintiffs attorney, whose
address is 4431 Lafayette Street, Marianna.
Florida, 32466, on or before November 7, and file
n-r,: ..inir,J".l i.].r. Lhi: leriK :i, L -; i.:Lrt.a .!l'nir
ly erear thereafterotrwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded int he com-
plaint.
DATED this 3rd day of October, 2005.
HON. RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
As Clerk of the Court
October 12. 19, 2005


Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On November 4, 2005, at 10:00 a.m. (CST), R &
R Warehouses will dispose of the contents ((2)
storage units from Bristol and (4) storage units
from Blountstown at R & R Warehouses in
Blountstown at 19382 SR 20 W. (850) 674-5478.
The units are believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following tenants:
KC George
Adron Zimmerman
Frank McClellan
Christina Smith
Jason Story
Kenny Moore
.ll IL.nLu rn.:.r p3ld ir. rul t.\ Lhi *.ale i-ill al-i
p :ie d .: TIREL-LE %ILL Et NO AULCT10lll



Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
S" .CASE NO. 2005-150-CA
MloiFT(GAi'E ELE':'TriO)fC 'REGISTRATION
s5-.TE~.5 lifi
livs- ii ",
-vs-


SANDRA D. KITCHEN
BARFIELD. et al,
Defendant.


A/K/A SANDRA


recent storms are the reason for
the skyrocketing prices.
"Although the supply and
demand imbalance has had an
effect on natural gas. prices, the
most significant impacts have
been Hurricanes Katrina and
Rita, which destroyed a signifi-
cant amount of the production
and infrastructures in the Gull of
Mexico."
Analysts have predicted that


this winter in the $18 $20/dth
range.

The statement from City Hall.
goes on to say: "All citizens and
customers need to be aware of
the increasing costs which are
outside the City, Of
Blountstown's control...All citi-
zens and customers need to take.
conservation measures in order
to lower their natural gas bills."


I -Check0us out0on 0 S S -tyec


"No Job Too Big or Small NO MONEY '
CONCRETE WORK u FRONT
LANDSCAPING PAY UPON 4
PRESSURE CLEANING COMPLETION Pj
CERAMIC TILE HONEST DEPENDABLE
SEAMLESS GUTTERS FREE ESTIMATES
PAINTING 8
SCREEN ENCLOSURES '
Res. Contractor Lic #002551 Contraclor Roofing Lic #002550


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over the weekend.
Arrested was Laura Kathy Raffield,
charged with grand theft auto, resisting
arrest without violence, and disorderly
intoxication.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. .Bliss Moreau
responded to a call in the early morning
hours Sunday from Edward George
Waddy at a home on SR 73 in Kinard.
Upon arrival, Waddy advised he had
been dating Raffield for a couple of
weeks and she had spent the night with
him in Kinard. He said he awoke around
6 a.m. to find his 1988 Dodge Ram 50
was missing, along with Raffield.
A short time later, Dep. Moreau locat-
ed the vehicle outside a residence on
Lockwood Avenue in Blountstown.
Raffield was found inside the home,
reportedly smelling of alcohol and burnt
cannabis. Raffield reportedly stated she
had borrowed the vehicle with permission


from Waddy, was taking another male
home, and decided to stop and buy crack
cocaine. However, she said her source
for crack had been arrested the previous
night and she didn't have gas money to
get back home so she decided to stay
with a friend. She then reportedly began
crying and yelling, "I need help!"
As Dep. Moreau attempted to place
her under arrest, Raffield reportedly
refused to comply,and became belliger-
ent, cursing and shouting obscenities.
She was eventually taken into custody
and was transferred to the Liberty County
Jail.


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ATTENTION/ATENCION


Are you having IRS problems? Legal Services of North Florida
offers free legal assistance to eligible clients. Free tax'clinics
will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. every 1st Thursday of
each month at 121 North Jackson Street, Quincy, Florida.
No appointments are necessary. It is important that you bring
all letters and documentation regarding your tax issues. For
more information contact 875-9881.

Tiene problems con el IRS? Legal Services of North Florida
ofrece asistencia legal gratuita a personas eligibles. Habran
clinics gratuitas acerca de impuestos de 9:30 a.m. hasta 11:30
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'.TIlO I. r fLF.al iEt ULEDU ruJtrLtU3UItl
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Oi.l'r Fte.:hedlun Ii ,5l: i d October 12, 2005
ard enterre.d n Cai ri.:, 2,:'05-150-CA of the
Circuit Court of the FOURTEENTH Judicial
Circuit in and for CALHOUN County, Florida
wherein MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, INC., is'the Plaintiff and SAN-
DRA D. KITCHEN A/K/A SANDRA BARFIELD;
UNKNOWN PERSONISI ifs Fi5SEi Si OF T-HE
SUBJECT REAL FR',:FET- ii iK A .Jl'TIN
B.AJFIELD, are rv, DitriJdair,[ I mil -sell r.: 'the
hilhe -,ii r teit t.bdider for cash'at LOBBY OF
THE ALILHOLiri CCiiNTT'l ',URTi-i'USE r 11:00
AMl i' 'T, on Lr.: 1, rJ1i a, Ioi .:..:mirb r 2,."'. the
Following described property asset forth in said
Fir-.Il _Tu :nrt '
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
(RLS #2456) MARKING. THE NORTHWEST.
CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST ONE QUARTER
OF SECTION 4. TOWNSHIP I NORTH. RANGE
10 WEST. CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA,
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 59
SECONDS WEST FOR 1322.0 FEET, THENCE:
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 08 MINUTES 50 SEC-
ONDS EAST FOR 1318.83 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 00: DEGREES 09 MINUTES 47 SEC-
ONDS WEST FOR 643.74 FEET, THENCE
NORTH 89 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 08 SEC-
ONDS WEST FOR 475.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES'
09 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST FOR 350.00
FEET, THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES 01 MIN-
UTES 08 SECONDS WEST FOR 175.00 FEET,
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 09 MINUTES 47
SECONDS EAST FOR 350.00 FEET, THENCE
; SOUTH 89 DEGREES 01 MINUTES 08 SEC-
ONDS EAST FOR 175.00 FEET,:TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH AN INGRESS AND EGRESS
EASEMENT DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A CONCRETE MONUMENT
(RLS *2456) MARKING THE 'NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE NORTHEAST ONE QUARTER
OF SECTION 4. TOWNSHIP I NORTH, RANGE
10 WEST. CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA,
THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 13 MINUTES 59
SECONDS WEST 1322.00 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 08 MINUTES 50 SEC-
ONDS EAST FOR 1318.83 FEET, THENCE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 09 MINUTES 47 SEC-
ONDS WEST FOR 643.74 FEET, TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING OF A 30.FOOT INGRESS AND
EGRESS EASEMENT LYING 30 FEET LEFT OF
THE FOLLOWING COURSES; THENCE NORTH
89 DEGREES 01 MINUTE 08 SECONDS WEST
FOR 1250.00 FEET, THENCE, SOUTH 00
DEGREES .09 MINUTES 47 SECONDS WEST
FOR 30 FEET THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
01 MINUTE 08 SECONDS EAST FOR 300.00
FEET, THENCE SOUTH 00 DEGREES 09 MIN-
UTES 47 SECONDS WEST IFOR 670.00 FEET.
TO THE POINT OF TERMINUS OF SAID 30
FOOT INGRESS AND EGRESS EASEMENT,
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME VIN
#GAFL375A266SP21.
A/K/A 21920 NW Janney Road, Clarksvllle, FL
32430.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of this Court on'
October 12, 2005.

Clerk c, iTe CLuruit C.:.ur
'-':t 12 1 2, 1 :15


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Calhoun County Retired Educators meet




Discuss proposed legislation


The Calhoun County Retired
Educators met Friday, October 7
at the Calhoun County Public
Library with President John
Wood Ayers presiding.
Mr. Darryl Taylor, chairman of
the Legislative and Insurance
Committee, introduced the-
speaker. Ms. Rhonda Jordan
.from Representative Coley's
office in Tallahassee. Ms. Jordan
discussed the bills which will be


introduced in the next legislative
session which pertain to retired
educators. One very important
bill being the health insurance
subsidy. Ms. Jordan encouraged
all members to call or write their
representative expressing their
interest in seeing the bill passed.
Ms. Jordan also advised the
group if they had any other indi-
vidual concerns or problems they
thought Representative Coley


could help with to call her office
and they would do what they
could to help.
President John Wood Ayers
stated the main goal for our local
organization this year will be-
membership. We would like to
encourage all members to attend
the meetings and for all newly
retired teachers to join and be a
part of our organization. We
need everyone involved so we can
have a strong voice in seeking the


best benefits for all retired edu-
cators.
Our next meeting will be on
December 2, at the Civic Center
with Mrs. Kathy Kimbrel's fifth
grade chorus presenting the pro-
gram.

Everyone enjoyed delicious
refreshments prepared by Mrs..
Alene Whitehead, Mrs. Betty
Tomlinson and Mr. Enoch
Hanna.


Hospice hosting holiday


marketplace Oct. 27-30


CALHOUN COUNTIANS WHO HAVE SERVED IN IRAQ were honored
Friday night oa the Biountstown High School homecoming game.-
Above (from left), Major Danny Hasslg of the Army Reserves, along with
vMarines Ryan Walden and John Michael Halley were soluted as they
raised an American flag that flew over Iraq "'

Nominees sought for National

Cattlemen's Beef Vision Award


The 'National Cattlemen's
Foundation is now accepting
applications lor the 2006 Beef"
Industry Vision Award.
The Vision Award recognizes
individuals in the cattle industry
for innovations that have-
enhanced not only their busi-
ness, but the industry as a
whole. -
Up to seven regional finalists
will be selected, and one recipi-
ent \;tll be named national Vision
Award winner. The national win-
ner -will receive roundtnp airfare,
hotel accommodations and two


complimentary registrations for
the. 2006 Cattle Industry
SConvention and Trade Show in
Denver. Colorado.,
Applications and all support-
ing material must be received by
November 30, 2005. Detailed
information about the Vision
Award can be found on the
National Cattlemen's Foundtirdon
website at vwww.nationalcattle-
mensfoundation.org or by calling
303-850-3347.

Irish Step Dancers to


iss Calhoun/Liberty perform in Bristol
Miss Calhoun/Liberty


Pageant meeting set
A meeting for the Miss
Calhoun/Libert- County pageant
will be held on Sunday,
November 27. at 2:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in participat-
ing in the pageant should be at
this meeting. .
For more information contact
Jami Daniels at 639-5011.


Location .-.lIr,
BaneingiTurns I-IErU
Distance* 0 0,26 mrre,.
Shp.pe:Cj.a
Last Year's Winner .mr JlJrricn r
Qualifying Record R, 3.r. :na 7i0 4r2004
Race Record: J n ti. .j.,n 82.223 I
Race Time 12 2 m) ET 0- i r Dd


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The Tallahassee Irish Step
Dancers will be performing at
Veterans' Memorial Civic Center
in Bristol on Sunday. October
23, at 4:00 p.m. EST. Admission
is 82.00 per person. The
Tallahassee Insh Step Dancers
will warm your heart as they per-
form with dancers ranging from
10 and up. This event is spon-
sored by the Liberty County Arts
Council.


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Are you one of the 75 million
Americans who wait until the last
minute to purchase holiday gifts?
Then perhaps it's time to start a
new shopping tradition by
attending -Covenant Hospice's
first annual Holiday of Hope
Marketplace, Oct. 27-30th at the
Dothan Civic Center.
The Marketplace offers holiday
shoppers an escape from crowd-
ed malls, long retail lines and
picked over displays. Choose
from hundreds of unique special-
ty- items offered .by local and
National vendors, including arti-
san jewelry, home accessories,
holiday decorations, gourmet
.foods, dolls, fine crafts, and
more. Shoppers can even take, a
break and relax in the cafe while
children make crafts at Michaels
kids club
This shopping extravaganza
will debut on Oct. 27 with a spec-
tacular evening preview party.
Guests can shop early in. a
relaxed atmosphere and enjoy
hors d'oeuvres. beverages., and
entertainment by the
Moonlighters.

Local health


"Covenant Hospice reaches
out to so many families in the
community during their time of
need, regardless of their ability to
pay," says Natalie Carter. Dothan:
resident and event chairperson.
They provide many services that
are not reimbursed by insurance,
and they also care for individuals
who have no insurance or other
means of payment. Last year,
Covenant Hospice's Dothan office,
provided more than $100,000 in
indigent care. This is why
fundraising events like the
Marketplace are so important to
their mission."
Preview party tckets are $30
per person or $50 per couple.
General admission tickets are $3
per day and, $5 at the door.
Shopping hours are 9 a.m. 7,
p.m., Oct. 28 and 29 and from 11
a.m. 5 p.m. on Oct. 30.
To purchase tickets, stop by
Covenant Hospice, Ted's
Jewelers or The Wireless Co. Call
334-794-7847 or toll free at 877-
244-7379 for details, or go online
tO www.covenanthospice.org/
holiday.

department


offers Hepatis C program


The Calhoun and Liberty
County Health Departments, in
conjunction with the University
of Florida/Shands Hospital, is
beginning a pilot program for
treatment olFilepattis C. '
If you or an'vone you know has
Hepatitis C and would like more
information about this program.
please contact Linda Dasher RN
at the Calhoun County Health
Department at 674-5645, or
Marie Kimbrel at the Liberty
County Health Department at'
643-2415.
Eligibility requirements for
this programinclude:'
1. The patient must live in
Calhoun or Liberty county:
2. Be between 18 and 65 years
old:
3. Be drug and alcohol free;
4. Have no co-infections such
as Hepatitis B or-HIV;
5. Meet income criteria if
uninsured, or have medicaid or


Biography:
You frequent, near Ir. oir., navlng racing in hme
bl.>:-i oul for C ariei Miear Ithal l3tlerrenl I; sparticu-
lari nisle wrh.n referring to10 hi;. amill/ mHI Roger.
co.T.Ci-zi ir. ina, Cars r 3 nrun-iber 01 ,ear.. aul ci-
rcad maon.- v a nhi fone. Mears uncle Rick ir kInoni
as one orl ire greaIest open heel ianers o1' all time
and s a Ifour-brie W.nnrr oi lre Indnan3C:.ll5 SC0 For
ir.e lonr gel bTe rie younger rulea though ne sPuld
c.rinr.uce l. 1.ltN.A r..i famIl, ai ;jisep; sna pursue an
opennwneel racing c-Ireer. Tai a3ll cnngqea in
rio.emernr 21:12 1 wanier n rs de.i:dd3 i mro.E to file
N4SCiR Bu-.;.:h Sr, e t.ieart wenl tui-Lme 10 tolcH
car in 2Hii2 He rIl.r,ida 21l- In rn e Bu:.:n Sena.
.i3acdiqi H, icor.-d .ne ip-fi.,e nd woj I-:-p-10 In.
,:.ri, ihi Iai Sean Trie ,iar was gq:or enroul n to get
him a job ,ir, NrSCAR's eiie re. lanel .g o, .'e lrring
djuLa Ifor ihe JOr 41 Oldgie for Chip Ganar,'.- Rar.nq
Driver's Highlights:
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2CLL 9 ilop-li0; 22rd in .:.lr- .
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Tne Newr YorK Trres repojned Ihal 4ABCESPN
will pa, 1280 m.rll,.r.n a ear in a ilx-yeiar deal to
broadcail tiASCAR races rom July 10
rJoserritbr i In ra number lurns Oul o10 e accu-
rile whn ine aeal ,i hrnalzeoa II ouilj repre-
iern a '40 peicenl increase oeer I e a..erage of
52070 m-lioc.n per ear NBC anr1 TNT na.,e ps-ia
for thrc- rignis in r.e corntratr Ihat expires after
Ihe 2uij'J, res:or FOx Sp,,n- i; ,epecilae 10
conlrul i .:airvlnrg rextel Cup races irornm
February, urlil Jul, ieacrh i.ascn


UAW-GM Quality 500 Results Race Review
Driver Starl Finish Make Soonsor PointsiBonus Jmmrre ,ri .n.:.n iwn nh rC.urir oLei;a.iur. race at Lowes
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Mark Martin 6 5 Ford Viagra 155/0 ard Cr Bini Tcnr, Stewart fir.I-.ie 25tr aft crashirr cui
Casey Mears 9 6 Dodg- Targ.LeBreast Carier P.,sear.:n .155/5 :, nai3,1,.e ,i-r n lre .ie Tn,; was arac maT'ed byvtreprno-
Ryan Newman 2 7 l .:dge, LLTEL 151/5 lem icm r i6r .ers-i i..:urjirf.a.C aCria~corpetior.itecause
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POSITION AVAILABLE


The City of Bloun'tstown Police
Department is seeking applicants to fill
one (1) full-time police officer position.
Applications may be obtained from the
police department, at 20580 Central
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424.

Applicants must be certified in Police
Standards and must meet all requirements
of the Criminal Justice Standards and
Training Commission.

Applications will be accepted from October
12, 2005 to October 26, 2005.

The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and is a Drug Free Workplace.
Oct. 12,19, 2005



POSITION AVAILABLE

The City of Blountstown is seeking applicants to fill
a position for one (1) employee to work in the
Electric Department as linesman. Applications
may be obtained from City Hall between the hours of
7:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M., weekdays, at 20591 Central i
Avenue West, Blountstown, Florida 32424..

Applicants must have a high school diploma or.
equivalency recognized certification, completion of
satisfactory apprenticeship as an apprentice lineman
in the erection, maintenance, and repair of overhead
and/or underground line system: or equivalent
combination of training and experience. Must have a
State of Florida valid driver's license preferable a
Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or willing to
obtain (CDL) within two (2) months of,employment.
Successful applicants will be required a working
home telephone.

The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and is a Drug Free and Smoke Free -
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CARS & TRUCKS
1997 Ford Expedition, Eddie Bauer,
leather, sunroof, 4 WD, loaded, $8500.
Call 593-3350 or 573-1920.
1999 Ford Contour, new tires, runs,
but needs timing belt, $750. Call 674-
1212 or 447-0129.
'2001 Mercury Grand Marquis, 1
owner, 71,000 miles, new tires, asking
$9,500. Call 674-3070.
1994 Honda Accord, 2 dr:, 5 spd.,
alarm and keyless entry, tinted windows
and 16" chrome wheels. Asking $4,000,
negotiable. Call 674-3866.
2000 F-150 Lariat, extended cab,
loaded, 6 disc CD changer, approx.
105,000 miles, asking $14,000, nego-
tiable. Call 643-8054.


CHIPOLA
COLLEGE

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
TRAINING CENTER
BasicLaw Enforcement
& Crossover from '
Corrections to
Law Enforcement
SAcademies Start Jan. 26. 2006
Apphcation Deadline: Jan. 9. 2006
AL & GA residence
NO out of state tuition
Call (850) 718-2479 or(850) 718-2286

PARTHENON
HEALTHCARE OF
SBLOUNTSTOWN
Has qpenings for the
following positions:

RN MDS Coordinator
$5000i00 Sign on Bonus

RN/LPN's Full time
3-11 and 11-7 shifts
$5000.00 Sign on Bonus

We are a SMILE certified facility.
(Safe Minimal Lifting
Environment

Contact Angela Hewett
at (850)674-5464 for
more information.


1982 Datsun 280 ZX, in-line 6 cyl
turbo, 5 spd., A/C, AM-FM, excellent
shape, $3,000 firm. Call 762-4533.
1993 Mercury Grand Marquis, power
windows, power seat, cassette, 4 wheel
disc. brakes, remote operated driveshaft
disconnect for towing behind motor
home, 118,000 miles, 23-23 mpg, oil just
changed, rides very good, $2,850 OBO.
Call 762-8406. All proceeds will go to
missions.


FOR SALE
Computers for sale new-or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A. Peterson at (850) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St.. Blountstown: E-
mail: russellp1PdiglialExpl Corn
MATTRESS SET New full set with fac-
tory warranty $99 call 850-222-7783..
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and 'ghled
china cabinet. $3K retail, sell. for $999
850-425-8374.
NEW QUEEN mattress and base.
Never used. In unopened plastic. Must
sell, $125. 850-545-7112
NEW Brand Name King Mattress Set,
$250, in factory plastic warranty 850-
425-8374
, NEW BEDROOM SET Beautiful cher-
ry Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed, dresser mirror. chest 2 night-
stands. Sug list $4600 sell $1650.
850-545-7112.
New leather sofa and loveseat. $750,
can deliver. 850-222-2113.
CHERRY SLEIGH BED- $250. Brand
new, solid wood. 850-222-9879.'

Assistant Produce
Clerk Position
Available
The position is a-full time:'
about 45 hours a week.
Benefits are included.
Experience preferred, but we
will do on the job training.
Must apply in person
(Monday-Saturday 9AM-
4PM) at:
Ramsey's Piggly Wiggly
20118 W. Central Ave.
Blountstown. FL


6 pc. full/queen bedroom set. New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783.
Queen mattress set, double pillow top.
New in plastic with warranty, $150. 850-
426-8374.
.GE dishwasher, hot start setting, dry-
ing timer, 3 cycles, and is 4 yrs. old.
Asking $75. Runs great. Call 674-7522.
(2) highchairs. $5 ea.; toddler car set
up to 40 pound weight, excellent condi-
tion, $10. Call 674-8320.
18 ft. refrigerated body of truck, 4 ft is
froze, 20: below zero, 14 ft. refrigerated,
34". $5,000 OBO. Call 762-8357.
1997 Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle,
very nice, chromed out with loud pipes
and jetted carburetor, 800cc will.peel the
'paint off a brand new Yamaha 1100,
$3,000 firm. Call 272-6168 or,762-8234.
Beauty salon equipment. Call 674-
3052, leave message, will return calls


HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!!
NO experience required.- Werner
Enterprises has irrmediate openings for
entry-level semi draiers Our avg drivers
earn more Ihan $36K lirst year. 60%" cf
ojr rivers get home nighilyweekly 15-
day CDL training available in your area
Call today 1-866-280-5309
Church piano player needed to fill in
occasionally for regular piano .player.
Must be able to play from church hymn
book. For more information call 674-
5761.


LIVESTOCK
Guinea fowls, 3 mo. old, $4 ea Call
762-4777.

LOST & FOUND
LOST: White male dog with black and
brown spots. Looks like a bigger version
Sofradack Russell'Terrier and/or a hunting
dog An..~ Ir. to F- n'r, nim D-: c mn.,
He is r.:il .earinig a ,:;.llar Lost in irIe.
vicinity of Roy Golden Road and Charlie
.Johns area. Please, call 674-1077 and
we II come get him!
Found: storage container west of
Clarksville Calland identify container
Sand items' inside 'its yours Call 447-,
0165.


PETS FOR SALE
Bulldog puppies Mother is American
Red Pit father is Cobie & Garver 2
females, 1 male Both parents on prem-
ises. $150 ea Call 674-2106

WANTED
Children clothing. Boys size 5-7; girls,
7-9. Will purchase at garage sale price
Call 6-3-1428
Need the use of a flatbed trailer suit-
able for a float for the National Peanut
Festival Parade for Miss & Little Miss


DENTAL

HYGIENIST
Part time. Send resume to
P.O. Box 10, Bristol, FL
32321 or call
850-543-5417.
Florida License required.


Calhoun Countyv o reoraie and ride in -able :all'674-4011
nme parade. Call 674-4913 or 762-8403.


YARD SALE
Yard sale Sat., Oct. 22, at 20817
Morningside Circle. Propane fireplace
lots, full mattress set, bicycle, books,
sheets, misc Call 674-8285.
Yard sale Oct. 20-22 at the corner of
Hwy. 274 and-Hwy 73. Lots of every-
thing Call 762-2526


FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no pets.
674-4011
RV trailers $75 $80 week most util- .
ties furnished. 2 bdr trailers when avail-


Small 1 bdr., 1 bath house on 1/2 acre
lot 3 miles north on Hwy 69. Recently
remodeled. Clean. $400 deposit, $375
month. .
RV lots for rent. RV campers for sale,
lease and or rent to own $75 and $85
weekly. 2 locations Call 674-7616
S1 bdr. apartment, CH/A, unfurnished
on South Pear St Non-smoker No Pers
$325/mo plus utilities. Call 674-4533
days.


FOR RENT
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Lve"
Rental Assistance

utton Creek Apai'menj
16978 NW Mayo Streel
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
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Blountstown, FL
674-4202
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available on a 3
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Rental assistance.
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GREASED PIG CHAMPS: This trio took home trophies and cash in
11-15 age division of the greased pig chase at Goat Day Saturd
They are Albert Weaver (1st), Chase Harris (2nd), and Clinton Hig
(3rd). Congratulations, guys!



Drug bust


trainer that was found to contain
eight pieces of crack cocaine, as
well as a film canister with five
pieces of crack.
Huie was found hiding in a
shower fully clothed.
A search of the home turned
up the following items:
A clear plastic bag of approx-
imately six grams of marijuana,
loose rolling papers, and 11
Ultram pills in a bowl next to a
bed in the master bedroom.
*A total of $606 in cash in a
purse in the master bedroom
closet.
*A mirror and spoon that test-
ed positive for cocaine residue.
Two small plastic baggies
with cocaine residue.
mA total of $110 in cash in a
cabinet in the middle of the living
room floor.
The crack found in the home
was reportedly broken into rocks
consistent with those sized to
sell.
During an interview with
investigators, Moore reportedly
stated she had no knowledge of
who the drugs belonged to, how-
ever, Huie said they belonged to
Moore. Due to the fact the couple
resides together at the home,


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they were both arrested. Both
remained in custody at the
Calhoun County Jail at press
time.


Tutoring-

by November 7 confirming your
eligibility status and telling you
when the tutoring will start.
Some vendors will be available
to provide services through pri-
vate contract with you even if
your student is not eligible for
state provided tutoring.
Remember, to be eligible for this
tutoring, your child must attend
Grades 2-8 in Altha or
Blountstown Middle School and
must be eligible for Free or
Reduced Lunch. Additionally, if
the designated federal funding is
insufficient for the number of eli-
gible students, the district is
required to develop a prioritized
eligibility list and the group with
greatest academic need will be
served first.
DO NOT MISS THIS OPPOR-
TUNITY TO GET HELP FOR
YOUR STUDENT For more infor-
mation, call 674-8734.


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Goat Day's famous greased pig contest...


Winners named


One of the highlights of the
annual Goat Day festival is the
famous greased pig contest
where youngsters get the chance
to combine their wits and athlet-
ic ability to catch, well... a
greased pig.
This year's champs are:
Ages 5-7
1st Tristan Burke
2nd Aaron Capps
3rd Nicholas Pitts


Ages 8-10
1st Sam Lewis
2nd Brett Bozeman
3rd Chris Ping
Ages 11-15
1st Albert Weaver
2nd Chase Harris
3rd Clinton Higgins
Chicken chase winners were
Brody Hollan, Brooke Coleman,
and Erica Tyus.


Altha, is a 2004 graduate of
Altha High School. She is now
attending Chipola College,
majoring in communications.
After earning her Associates
degree, she plans to pursue her
license as a massage therapist.
The 19-year-old daughter of
Lisa and Steve Taylor, and Jeff
Whitfield, Mitzi hopes to one day
own a day spa somewhere along
the, coast.
On the rare occasions when
she has time off between work
and school, Mitzi enjoys being
with friends and family, along
with shopping.
Tracy, Jonetta, and Mitzi will
be doing preliminary competi-


tions on Thursday, and will take
to the stage at the Dothan Civic
Center Friday night. The top 10
will be announced on Saturday
night and another round of com-
petition will begin, ending in the
crowning of Miss National
Peanut Festival.
Well wishes and flowers caln be
sent to contestants at the Quality
Inn in Dothan. Please include
their title and contestant num-
ber. Tracy is contestant 26 and
will be in room 220. Jonetta is
contestant 31 and will be in room
116. Mitzi is contestant 37 and
will be in room 222. Good luck,
girls


Dear Gadsden. Liberty & Calhoun
County Residents,
TW 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
for me:
-Haggling for the best price
*Having to come UP with $2000 to $3000
for a down payment, taxes, title and tag


0 Down '01 Acura 3.5RL
s346/mo Luxury at its best! '


0 Down '03 Mercury Gr Marquis
$289/mo LS, 4 door, leather


0 Down '03 Mitsubishi Lancer
$210/mo Sunroof, 32k miles

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BACCIO SCOOTERS

Drivers License Required Starting at $1,200





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20349 Central Ave. West, Blountstown, FL
850-674-7718
Tohatsu, Honda, & Mercury Outboards
Stihl Products -All Welded Aluminum Boats


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*Paying someone a $5000 $6000 profit
on a $10,000 automobile.
Here's what we've done at Direct Automo-
tive Wholesale:
*All vehicles are priced at the "Loan
Value", which is the price credit unions and
banks will loan you on this vehicle.
*We require NO DOWN PAYMENT on any
of our vehicles. We can even help with your
taxes and tag most of the time.


0 Down '02 Honda Accord 0 Down 04 Chevy Impala
.288/mo Sunroof! Low Miles! 270/mo Like New!

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0 Down "u3 Fora Explorer XLT 0 Down
5269/mo 3rd Row Seat! 23/mo
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0 Down '01 Toyota Sequoia
$421/mo Limited. Loaded!


*At LOAN UALUE, we make a small profit
and you get a great deal!
The best part is we have family on the lot,
NOT HIGH PRESSURE SALES PEOPLE.
If you don't see the car of your dreams in
this ad, call us. We'll get you pre-approved.
tell you what it will cost and buy it for you.
We appreciate your supporting us. Come
by or call.



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We sell all of our cars at
a discount so you don't
need a down payment!

Interest Rates

as low as 4.95%


0 Down '01 Camry LE
s249/mo Low Miles'!!


0 Down '99 Pontiac Firebird
s288/mo 11.000 miles' T-Tops!


0 Down '99 Jaguar XJ8
$327/mo Just 51,000 Miles!


0 Down .'02 Chrysler PT Cruiser
$211/mo Limited! Sunroof, Leather


'03 Toyota 4Runner
Leather. Sunroof


0 Down '04 Chrysler Sebring
$307/mo Convertible. 1 Owner!
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0 Down '00 Dodge Grand 0 Down '00 Chevy Silverado 0 Down '01 Dodge Intrepid
$153/mo Caravan 327/mo Z71, 4X4, Extended Cab 142/mo


0 Down '02 Ford F150 Crew 0 Down '01 Ford Taurus 0 Down '01 Ford Mustang 0 Down '03 Pontiac Grand Am
$327/mo Sunroof! 116/mo Great Family Car $210/mo Convertible $191/mo SE model! Great Mileage


Direct Automotive Wholesale
403 W. Jefferson (Hwy 90) 3 Blocks West of Square in Quincy, Next to Dollar General Open Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday 9-7; Sat. 9 -6 p.m. Sunday 2-6 p.m.

Now Open Quincy 850627-8448 Quincy Se habla
Sunday All Payments illustrated with Zero Down, 6% interest, 60 months, With Approved Credit Espafol
2-6 p.m. Prices do not include tax, tag, title and dealer fees.


Miss Peanut


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