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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 2005
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Calhoun -- Blountstown
Coordinates: 30.443056 x -85.045278 ( Place of Publication )
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Preceded by: Calhoun County times (Altha, Fla.)

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER


26, 2005 a 99th Year, No. 8 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Stop ends


in arrest


for drugs,

child abuse
IBY KELLI PEACOCK
INews Editor
A man pulled over for failing
ito stop at a stop sign was arrest-
ed on several charges Sunday.
Donald Lee Turner. 42. has
been charged with possession of
cocaine, a controlled substance.
and a prescription drug without
a prescription, along with child
abuse, DUI and driving while his
license was suspended or
revoked with knowledge.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Deputies
,Jared Nichols and Eddie Dalton
,pulled Turner over around 12:35
,a.m. on Charlie Wood Road.
Turner failed a roadside sobriety
test and was found in possession
of two pieces of crack cocaine.
along with nine Xanax. three
Lortab, and 27 unidentified pills.
Turner's young daughter was
found in the backseat, in an
unsecured child seat and wear-
ing a bathing suit type outfit
unsuitable for the cool tempera-
ture.
Turner was booked into the
Calhoun Co. Jail and released
after posting a 85000 bond.


THE PUMPKIN PATCH IS OPEN on the grounds of the Blountstown First United Methodist Church Fort the past few years, the youth group
at the church has sold pumpkins to raise money for mission projects. The patch will be open this season through October 31 (closed on
Sunday) and hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Above students In Sandy Rogers' kindergarten class at Blountstown Elementary School hove fun
playing in the pumpkin patch!

TRIO OF BURGLARIES




Repair shop burglarzed;




business windows busted


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Local law enforcement offi-
cials are investigating the bur-
glaries of an auto repair shop,
video store, and convenience
store that occurred over the
past few days.
According to Blountstown
Police Chief Glenn Kimbrel.
Keith's Auto Repair Shop on
South Main Street, owned by
Keith Lee, was broken into
sometime over the weekend.
"We believe it was either on
Saturday or Sunday night."
Chief Kimbrel reports
"Somebody forced open a win-
dow on the north side of the


business and gained entry.
Once inside, they located keys
to two different vehicles left for
repair. They also located keys
to a drink machine, then
entered the drink machine and
removed the change. They
located several pieces of
mechanical tools and some
wheels and tires, then loaded
those items, along with a
Polaris four wheeler, onto a
truck that had been left there
for repair. They also attempted
to take a Lincoln Continental,
but were unsuccessful due to it
running out of gas before they
got out of the parking lot with
it."
Chief Kimbrel says the bur-


glar or burglars fled the scene
in the loaded Ford F250 truck.
He describes the pickup as
white with an extended cab.
As for suspects. Chief
Kimbrel says. "We're looking at
some people, but if anyone has
any information, we'd like to
hear from them."
Chief Kimbrel says the bur-
glary was most likely linked to
drugs. "Seventy-five to 80 per-
cent of all crimes are drug
related." he points out. "People
getting something they can dis-
pose of to get a little money for
their next fix."
If you have info on this case,
call the BPD at 674-5987.
In addition to the body shop


burglary. authorities discov-
ered the front glass busted on
both the Movie Gallery in the
Piggly Wiggly Plaza and the Pit
Stop on Hwy. 20 West. In the
Movie Gallery case, an alarm
was tripped around 2 a.m.
Sunday after someone threw a
piece of firewood through the
window. The BPD is investigat-
ing.
The Pit Stop was hit at 5:40
a.m. Monday. Sheriff David
Tatum says a big rock was
thrown through the front win-
dow and seven cartons of
Marlboro cigarettes were
stolen. Anyone with info on this
case, call the CCSO, 674-5049.


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FIRE DEPARTMENT FUNDS


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VFD given


over $80K


grant award
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Magnolia Volunteer Fire
Department was recently award-
ed a FEMA grant in the amount
of 880.395.
"We're excited to have
received the grant and excited tO
bring $80,000 into our county
for our fire department." says
Magnolia VFD Fire Chief KeviL
Parrish. "We want to say thank$
to [Blountstown Fire Chiefl Bei
Hall for his assistance in writing
this grant."
Last year, Magnolia VFI
received over $25,000 fror&
FEMA. "For having only been
around two years. we're doing
pretty good." Chief Parrish
remarks.
Chief Parrish says this year's
funding will be used for turnout
gear. air packs, and forestry
gear.

ELECTION


Candidates


announce


for county,


ciy races
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Just when you thought it was
safe to answer the door, cam-
paign season is back.
Voters in the City of
Blountstown will head to the
polls Nov. 8 to elect a City
Council member for Ward 1.
Clifford Jackson is facing oppo-
sition from Phillip Hill and
Ronnie Williams. Sr. Ward 2
Councilwoman Janle Boyd is
unopposed in her race. Voters
will cast their ballots at the newq
Blountstown library on N. Pear. '
Daniel Wyrick has announced
plans to seek the District 3 sea(
on the County Commission, curb
rently held by Earl Hunt. That
race is set for 2006.
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For Christopher and Anieca Hosey
Your family and friends would like to congratulate you on
your recent marriage, September 18,2005. May your time
apart pass quickly and may your life together be long,
happy, and prosperous!
-Dominus Vobiscum



MILITARY NEWS


Navy Seaman Apprentice
Fallon M. Peddle
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Fallon M. Peddle, son of Carl M.
and stepdaughter of Irma N.
Peddie of Bristol, Fla., was
recently promoted to his current
rank upon graduation from
recruit training at Recruit
Training Command, Great Lakes,
Ill.
Peddie received the early pro-*
motion for outstanding 'perform-
ance during all phases of the
training cycle. Training which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival,' and
shipboard and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed on

ANIVRSR


Tatums to mark

50th anniversary

Saturday, Nov. 12
The children of Newton and
Kathryn Tatum invite you to join
them in celebrating their parents'
Golden wedding anniversary.
The happy event will be held on
Saturday, November 12th, from
3:00 5:00 p.m. ICST) at the
Altha Church of. God fellowship
hall. The church is located at
26000 NE Fuqua Circle in Altha.
No local invitations are being
sent, but all friends and family
are invited to attend this celebra-
tion of 50 years of damage. (The
couple has requested the honor,
of your presence, but please, no
gifts.)


physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations". This
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle Stations"
is designed to galvanize the basic
warrior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical application
of basic Navy skills and the core
values of Honor, Courage and
Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed to
take into account what it means
to be a Sailor. i
Peddle is a 2001 graduate of
Liberty County High School of
Bristol, Fla.

Appreciation Day at
Torreya State Park
Saturday, Oct. 29
On Saturday, October 29,
Torreya State Park will host the
2nd Annual Community
Appreciation Day. The park
entrance fee and tour fees of the
historic Gregory House will be
waived. The fees \kill be waived
from 8:00 a.m. until sunset.
October is Greenways & Trails
Month and what better place to
celebrate than Torreya. Starting
at 9:00 a.m. the Friends of
Torreya State Park will also offer
the 2nd Annual Fall Colors Hike.
Hike participants will meet at the
picnic area at 9:00 ,a.m. Group
size is lirmted so please R:S.V.P.
by calling 850-643-2674 or e-
:mailing dennistyus,-''yahoo.comn
Volunteer naturalist will serve as
guides through the beautiful
mountainous terrain.
The guided tours. of..the
Historic Gregory House will be
offered at 10:00 a.mi., 2:00 p.m.
and 4:00 p.m. (all times Eastern).
Fee waiver does not apply to
overnight camping.
Torreya State Park is located
west'of State Road 12 on County\
Road 1641 a.k.a. Torreva Park
Rd.; 13 miles North of Bristol 'in
Liberty County.
Park Manager Steve Cutshaw
wants to personally say thanks
to the community for your loving
support of the park.


Calhoun County Transit is a
public transportation system
available to residents of Calhoun
County who need transportation
service. This is designed for those
people who have no other way or
no vehicle of their own or are
physically unable to drive.
Transportation may be sched-
uled by calling 674-4496 at least
24 hours before scheduled
appointments. Medicaid,
Transportation Disadvantaged
Commission, and Children and
Family Services are some spon-
sors for transportation.
Calhoun County Transit does
offer ambulatory, stretcher, and
wheelchair transportation. A
new schedule effective December
S1, 2005 has been implemented
and multi-loading is necessary.
Please remember to schedule
your trip on the following days:
Monday Panama City,
Dothan
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Calhoun County Transit is forced
to go up on the non-sponsored
fares. Non-sponsored trans-
portation is for transportation
disadvantaged persons who
because of physical or mental
disability, income status, or age
are unable to transport them-
selves or to purchase transporta-
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The County Record,OCTOBER 26,2005, Page 4


IJAMES COOLIDGE BARTON
S Mr. James Coolidge Barton,
age 82 of Altha, FL died Sunday,
October 23, 2005 at his home.
S Mr. Barton was born on
kugust 29, 1923 in Westville, FL
and had lived In Calhoun County
all of his life, Coolidge retired
trom the Florida State Road
Department with over 25 years of
Service. He was a member of the
Roliness faith,
S He wa.-s trv-d in death by
:his son, Ja..t'-. ldwi\ard Barton.
SurvWrs include: his loving
S}vite, LottleMae B.irlon of Alth.,;
Stwo sons: Huston Barton and his
,vife. Lynn of Altha, Mike Barton
land his wile. Janet of Scotts
Ferry: three daughters: Hilda
SWillis and her husband, James of
SMarianna, Carol O'Bryan and her
h husbandd. Johnny of Altha,
lanr-vn Russell and her hus-
SPband. Jhn of Blountstown; one
;brother. Leon Barton of
SColumbtus, "A; two daughter-in-
1'aws: Gloria Pitcher and Betty
J-iunt. both of Altha; nineteen
Grandchildren and sixteen great-
Sgrandchildren.
A special thanks to Covenant
ospice and the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens for all your care
'-and support over the years.
Funeral services will be held
$,tbday. Wednesday, October 26,
,2005 at 3:00 p.m. (CDT) at the
'Peavy Funeral Home Chapel with
SRev. Edgar Fuqua and Rev.
eDew\ayne Tolbert officiating.
.interment will follow in the Mt.
O.lihve Cemetery in Altha, FL.
. All arrangements are under
the direction of Marion Peavy at.
:Pea\v Funeral Home in,
;.l-ountslown. Fl. 850-674-2266.


-WILLIAM ALBERT (BILL)
; BRANTLEY
, Mr. Willam Albert (Bill)
-Brantley. age 72 of Altha. FL died
:Sunday. October 23. 2005 at the
Ba\ Medical Center in Panama
.City. FL.
.r Mr. Brantley was born on
v4jo\vember 4. 1932 in Madison,
4FL and had ihed in Calhoun
C'ountv since 1964. He was a
.retired veteran of the Korean and
.S'ietnam Conflicts. serving in the
.lInited States Army with 20
.years of service.
:- Survivors include: his wife,
lerline Brantley of Altha: four
daughterss: Karen Soulhwell of
iLarianna. Jackie Southwell of
lilton, FL, Teresa Curl and her
husband. Robert of Altha. Tracey
.;Adcock and her husband. Albert
tof Lynn Haven; one brother, Roy
:-C. Brantle\ and his wife. Almeta
;of Lexington. NC: five sisters: Dot
carterr of Bradenton. FL. Flarrie
'-Richardson of Lee. FL, Floree
-"illiams and her husband. Otis'
f Madison. FL. Mary Bell of
,jladison, FL. Gracie Linton and
;1er husband. Jimmy of
*allahassee. FL: five grandchil-
2dren: Taylor and Chase Brantley-
*url. Sidney, Noah and Alec
.4dcock.
Funeral services will be held
day,. Wednesday, October 26.
11:00 a.m. (CDT) at the Pea\v
funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
ohn Kusnierz officiating.
terment will follow in the
magnoliaa Cemetery near
tlountstown.
All arrangements are under
e direction of Marion Peavy at
\ea\v Funeral Home in
ilountsto\n, Fl. 850-674-2266.

%iONNIE STOKES
Srs. Bonnie Stokes. age 77. of
ulf Port. MS and a former resi-
dent of Blountstown. FL died
Auesda\. October 18, 2005 in
.trmingham. AL.
Mrs. Stokes was born on
february 12. 1928 in Elton. LA.
6he was employed as a nurse
aind x-ra\y technician in
Ilountstown for several years.
S'he was a member of Belair
3aptist Church in Gulf Port.
SMrs. Stokes was preceded in



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death by her parents, Claudius
and Dollie Quirk, four sisters,
Dollie Belle Fontenot, Mary Lou
Stout, Joy Johnson, Doris Wayne
Vidrine; three brothers, Vivian
Quirk, Elma Quirk, and C.D.
Quirk.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Charlie M. "Buzz" Stokes,
Jr. of Gulfport, MS; two sons:
John Stokes and Kevin Stokes
and his wife, Katrina of Gulfport;
two daughters: Sandra McNew
and her husband, George of
Gulfport, Jennifer Hill and her
husband, Jimmy of Altha, FL;
one brother, Roland Quirk of LA;
two sister, Mable Fusslier of
Eunice, LA, Lena Rae
Whittington of Oakdale; LA; two
step sister: Jessie Fontenot and
her husband, Douglas of
Oakdale, LA, Jewell Milligan of
Oakdale, LA; seven grandchil-
dren, seven great-grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at
10:00 a.m. (CDT) Friday, October
21, 2005 from the Peavy Funeral
Home Chapel in Blountstown
with Rev. Mickey Johnson offici-
ating. Interment followed in the
Cypress Creek Baptist Cemetery.
All arrangements are under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, Fl. 850-674-2266.


Hidden Treasures


We Must Fight to
Overcome Temptation
Text: Ephesians 6:10-18
Calvin was the iinle boy in the canoon'r
who carried his stuffed liger. Hotibes,
everywhere. Calvin Was thinking about
Christmas. He said, "l.ve been good all,
day.'!
.Hobbes said, "Christmas is getting
near, huh?".
"You got:it," Calvin replied, "I've been
wondering. Is it truly being good if ihe
only reason I behave is so I can get more
loot at Christmas' Is that good enough,
or do I have to be good in my heart and
spirit? Do I really have to be good or do I
just have to act good?"
Hobbes said, "In your case, Santa will
have to take what he can get
Calvin asked, "How good do I have to
act? Really good, or pretty good7'
You might be able to slide by Santa
Clads that way But with Ihe Holy,
Rigl'hteous Just God oi the Universe,
,jou aciuhll have to be good. The prob-
lem is that we all fall short of actually
being good iRom: 3 231 Wvat can you
do?'
You can accepl Cnrist as your Lord
and Savior Confess your sins to Christ,
trust Him to forgive you. and obey Him.
The Holy Spirit will come to live with youL.
God's Spirit unites w*trl your spirit making
you holy and pure before God
Then you have to learn how to live a
holy life God will begin to conform you
into the image of His Son iRom. 8.29,i It
is a life long growth process called sanc-
titication. That is where the battle really
begins
Being good in your near and spirit is
not easy Apart rom God. you can [ do it
on your own But the Spirit will empower
you and strengthen you lor the lighl That,
Is what is meant by, Be strong in the
Lord and in Ihe power ol His might
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Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...1l:00 AM
Evening\ Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Senice...7:00t PM


Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
.Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


Deadline

Monday at Noon '


First Baptist will host
Fall Festival Oct. 26
First Baptist Church of 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. Tom Stallworth is
the pastor. To better serve you, please fill
out an information card that evening.
There is no admission charge, but
-the're will be a minimal charge for a hot-
dog Supper.

First PHC plans free
event for kids Oct. 31
Blountstown First Pentecostal
Holiness Church will host "God's
Treasures, Trunks, & Treats" on Monday,
Oct. 31, in the parking lot at Golden
Pharmacy Plaza, from 6:30 to 8 p m
Youngsters are invited to stop by for
plenty of free treals to eat, while learning
all about God and His treasures for you!
Come out and enjoy safe community fel-
lowship.

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 additional information, please
call 762-8423, or the church phone at
762-8406.


I CRD F TANK


, The family of Randel Pumphrey would
like to express our heart felt appreciation :
for all the acts ol kindness you have
shown us Ihroughoui he days of our loss
If a.tear was shed, a hug received, a
flower given or a dish furnished it was
appreciated. Your prayers have kept us.
going. Were blessed to be in this commu-
nity.
A special thanks to Adams Funeral
Home and to the preachers Jimmy Young
and Jerome Harbert. Also to Chnstel
Whirlngton and her sisters for the beauti-
ful voices heard during the services
Please remember Randel when that
old buck is sighted and when you hear
that gobbler flying to the ground and that
big old fish is tugging on the line. He
would say to you 'I'm by the still waters
waiting to walk the streets of gold with
you, just come to the gate. Im waiting on
the other side'
The Family of
Randel Pumphrey


Hallelujah Carnival at
St. Mary's October 29
The St. Mary Baptist Church Youth
Department will be having a hallelujah
carnival on October 29th from 12:00 noon
to 4:00 p.m. There will be lots of games,
hay rides, candy and great food.
Everyone in the community is welcome
to come out and join the fun.
The church is located at 16345 SE
River Street. For more information call
674-5832.
Fall Festival Oct. 29
at Altha Church of God
It's fall festival time, and the Altha
1Church of God,, Sunny Hill, Victory Hill,
Altha Baptist Church, and Altha Methodist
Church will be hosting a community festi-
val, 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 mu'ch 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.

Fall Festival Oct. 31 at
Christian Home FWB
Christian Home Free Will Baptist
Church located on Hwy. 69 North will be
hosing a Fall.Festival Monday, October
31. beginning at 5 30 until 7-30 p m. in
the recreation building behind the church
Everyone is invited to come and join us
There will be booths games for all ages
door prizes hayride, and plenty of food.
For turner information please call,674-
41368


Revival at. Overstreet
Baptist Oct. 30-Nov. 1
Overstreet Baptist Church will be in
revival from Sunday, Oct. 30 through
Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. ET nightly.
The church is located under the
bridge in the Overstreet community. For
more information, call Pastor Glen Davis
at 647-5250.

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 service. There will be no
evening service.
Please make plans to attend this spe-
cial occasion, also please make time to
stop by the 'new' church site!! A nursery
will be provided.


Stan Shirk will speak at
Oak Terrace Mennonite
Stan Shirk will speak at Oak Terrace
Mennonite Church on Thursday, October
27th at 6:30 p.m. concerning ministering.
to disabled students at Woodrow Wilson
Rehabilitation Center. Stan will do story-
telling from his book and sign his $12
book. All proceeds from the book go to
Woodrow Wilson Rehab. Everyone is
invited. Persons are asked to bring a fin-
ger food. Drinks will be provided.
The church is located on Hwy. 20
West.





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Fall festivities abound


Youngsters around Calhoun
County will have plenty of activi-
ties this week with several fall
festivities in the community.
Here's a listing of all the happen-
Sings:
/ Fall Festival, Wednesday,
SOct. 26, 5 to 7 p.m., First Baptist
Church of Blountstown recre-
ation center on South Pear
Street. Costume contest, games,
country store, and hot dog sup-
per (small fee for supper).
V Haunted House, Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 28-29, and
Monday, Oct. 31, 7 p.m. until
nightly, old Blountstown Library
on North Pear Street. Admission
is $2 per person. Sponsored by
employees clubs at both Calhoun
Correctional Institution and
SBlountstown Police Department.
V Autumn Fest, Friday, Oct.
S28, 6 to 8 p.m., Altha School soft-
Sball field. Games, food, and
more. Sponsored by Altha School
,Senior Beta Club.
v Hallelujah Carnival, Satur-
day, Oct. 29, St. Mary Baptist
Church, 16345 SE River Street,
Blountstown, noon to 4 p.m.
Games, hayrides, candy, and
food.
v* Kinard Carnival, Saturday,
Oct. 29, 5 -p.m., Kinard
Community Center. Costume
contest at 6 p.m. Games, food,
; hayrides and more throughout
the night. Event sponsored by
the Kinard Volunteer Fire
SDepartment.
V Fall Festival, Saturday,
Oct. 29, Altha Church of God.
SGames, booths, food, music, and
candy.
V Fall Festival, Sunday, Oct.
30, Page Pond Assembly of God
Church, 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the
church's Pavillion on the Pond,
Murdock Drive behind Shelton's
Store west of Altha: Candy,


games, prizes, moon walk,
dunkin' booth, and more.
V Fall Festival for toddlers
and children up to age 8,
Monday, Oct. 31, 5 to. 8 p.m.,
new Blountstown Public Library.
Games, stories, and costume
parade.
V Fall Festival, Monday, Oct.
31, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Christian
Home Free Will Baptist Church
recreation building, Hwy. 69
North, Blountstown. Games,
prizes, hayride, and food.
V God's Treasures, Trunks,
& Treats, Monday, Oct. 31, 6:30
to 8 p.m., parking lot at Golden
Pharmacy Plaza, North Main
Street in Blountstown. Free
treats and treasures. Sponsored
by Blountstown First Pentecostal
Holiness Church.
V Trick-or-treating is set for
Monday, Oct. 31. Here's some
tips for youngsters and parents:
Children should be told not
to eat any unwrapped candy or
treats until they return home
where their parents can see
them. Making sure kids have
already eaten before heading out
may help.
Parents should incorporate
reflective tape in costumes or
add bright colors to increase vis-
ibility. Make-up rather than
masks should be worn to help
ensure that children have an
unobstructed view of their sur-
. roundings.
Children should stay on the
sidewalk or if none is available,
walk facing the lane of traffic,
and they should carry a flash-
light.
Homeowners should clear
their yards of anything that can
be tripped over and be sure to
have a front door or walkway
light on, and refrain from decora-
tions that use an open flame that
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Lady Tigers clinch


district


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Blountstown Lady Tigers
claimed the district champi-
onship title Thursday night in
Altha with a huge win over the
Sneads Lady Pirates.
"We played well," remarked
B HS Coach Susan Rash. "Our
S team came out to win. We knew
S we had to play our game to win."
SThe Lady Tigers shutdown
Sheads in llui ~c .mn-s \\ininig
thle match, 25-19 25-21. 25-17,
Holly Jrppsoii led BHS with 12
kills and mei blocks, Kate i\tkins
.cllow'.'cd with nine 'iils Nichole
Tipton added rve kills and two
blocks,
The win put the Lady rv iet at
14-4 \.%r! cr.0,t season and 4-1
ii the ,.. ":-,,. r i \ were set to


BY KEW PEACOCK
News Editor
SThe Altha Lady Wildcats
ended their season last week in
the first round of the district
tournament on their home court.
S The Cats went up against the
Sneads Lady Pirates Tuesday
and lost a hard fought battle, 25-
23, 21-25. 18-25, 7-25.
Team leaders were Joy Capps
with 11 kills, four points, and a
block; Mary Mclntosh with six
points and six kills; Cherie Hires
with nine points, a kill and two
assists; Angela Byler with eight
points and 16 assists; Ashley,
Adkins with seven kills and a
block; Tory Lipford with: four
points; and Sylvia'Bodiford w\th


advance to the regional quarterfi-
nals Tuesday night on their
home court against West
Gadsden.
"We are really excited about
post season," says Coach Rash.
"This is what we have been
preparing for. I feel like we've got
a really good chance to advance
into the semifinals this year. We
have to play our game, we have
to play BHS volleyball to get the
job done."
Details on Tuesday night's
game were unavailable at press
time. A win.would put them in
the regional semifinals Saturday
at 2 p.m. (location to be
announced). A loss would end
their season. Watch for details in
next week's edition of The County
Record.


three points.
"It's been a double tough sea-
son, moving up to 2A and having
a rebuilding year," Coach Mary
McClellan remarks.."We only had
two players with more than one
year of varsity experience. I
would like to thank Maggie
Sewell, .Russell Baggett, Cassie
Bates, Sky Scott, and Whitney
Warren for their help and sup-
port, as well as all the fans that
came out and supported us."
SDespite ending their season
sooner ,than they had hoped,
Coach McClellan says she feels
grateful. "It has been an active
hurricane season. We are blessed
to have a place to play and a
team to coach,". she points out,
adding, "See you next season."


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LADY TIGER HOLLY JEPPSON j..:., up tor a l:ill in 19t .veek's district
ch rripi.:h.:ship match against Sre--iJls ..ieppsc.n le,:J the Lady Tigers wAitr,
12 kills and five blocks.


LAURA KASTLI BATTLES AT THE NET as LOauren WoodJ stani::s read.j, to bDck
her up during the district charmpionshr1ip rrtatch lot Thtfursdao, n ighlt. The
Lady Tigers raced West Gadsden Tluesda in the regi.n..:l qLuarterfinals.


Blue-Gold game Nov. 1 at


6:30 p.m., Chipola College


The Chipola College basket-
ball program will host a Blue-
Gold Game. Tuesday. Nov. 1. at
6:30 p.m.. in the Milton H.
Johnson Health Center.
,. The free event will begin with a
light show. and introduction of
the men's and women's teams.
Fans will enjoy a.three-point con-
test with between the top four,
shooters on the women's team
ad the top four shooters from
tie men's team. Six of the top
jumpers on the men's squad \\ill
face off in a three-round slam
dunk contest. The women's and
men's teams will each play short.


running-clock scrimmage games.
The Indians are the defending
state champions and are ranked
first in the nation in a pre-season
pol.,.bvy juco-junction.conm. The
LadvTlICdians also are the defend-
ing state champions.
Thereis no admission charge;
however, donations for hurricane
victims will be accepted at the
door. Parents also \ill have the
opportunity to register boys and
girls. ages 5 to 13. for the Little
Indians program.
For information. visit
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Disabled hunters
invited to join NWTF's
Broken Wing Club
SThe National Wild Turkey
Federation (N\WTF) has estab-
lished the Brokeii Wing Hulnt
C{.ib for hunters with disabilities
ir north Florida.
Club members are part of
\heelin' Sportsmen NWTF pro-
geam that provides all people
with disabilities the opportunity
td enjoy the outdoors through
lcdal chapter events nationwide,
such as hunting. fishing and
shooting activities.
The club has 12 members for
1,2b0-acre lease and members
are working to make the land as
user-friendly as possible.
*For more informal ion. conlac t
Phil Yon, north Florida volunteer
coordinator for Wheelin'
Sportsmen NWTF, (850) 671-

C sets dates for
I d e, snipe, woodcock,
Snd crow seasons

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liuir may be white-winged doves.


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15 statewide. The daily bag liinut
is eight, and shooting hours are
one-half.hour before sunrise to
sunset.
Woodcock are legal to take
statewide Dec. 17 Jan. 15. The
daily bag limit is three, and
shooting hours are one-half hour
before sunrise to sunset.
Crows are legal game
statewide on Saturdays and
Sunday only through Oct. 30,
then everyday Nov. 11 Feb. 18.
There are no bag or possession
limits, and shooting hours are
one-half hour before sunrise to
sunset.
In addition to having a hunt-
ing license, a migratory bird per-
mit is 'also required to take
migratory game birds in Fhirklda.
In order to receive this permit,
hunters have to fill out a short'
questionnaire when they pur-
chase their hurting license,

Partners sought for
FWC's new Youth
Hunting Program

The Florida Fish and W\ildlife
Conservation Commission IFWC)
Is seeking partners to help
launch its new Youth Hunting
Program. The program aims to
provide quality hunting experi-
ences for 12- to 17-year-olds to
increase the number of youths
involved in hunting.
The FWC is looking for
landowners and/or hunting
clubs to host weekend youth
hunts; volunteers to be trained,
as huntmasters, hunter safety
instructors, cooks or guides; and
organizations to help sponsor
this new program.
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to get involved in Florida's Youth
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Tigers can clinch third consecutive district title Friday night


Tigers shutout Chipley,


The Blountstown Tigers
reached the 8-0 (3-0 in district)
mark Friday night and are one
step closer to winning their third
district championship after
pounding Chipley, 42-0. The
Tigers travel to Holmes County
Friday night to face a very talent-
ed team. Holmes County's only
district loss was against Vernon
and Holmes County. had a
chance to win that game in the
fourth quarter but fumbled. deep
in Vernonterritory.
"Bonifay has real good skill
people and are very good on
defense," coach Johns noted.
The 2005 Tigers are on the
verge of setting marks no other
BHS team has every accom-
plished. Not only can they win
their third consecutive district
championship, but wins over
Holmes County and Wewa would
give the Tigers consecutive unde-
feated regular seasons.
Currently, going back to 2003,
the Tigers have won 25 of their
last 27 games. Impressive in any
league.
A loss to Holmes County
would force a playoff for the dis-
tiict championship next Monday,
night between 'Vernon, Holmes
County and the Tigers. Nobody
wants that, so the Tigers need to
take care of business.
Chipley's defense had no
answer on how to stop-the Tiger
offense Friday night in Chipley.
The Tiger offense finally showed
signs of reaching their potential
racking up 463 yards of offense,
360 on the ground and 103'
through the air. Runningbacks


ran hard, linemen carried out
their blocks, and receivers made
outstanding catches. Despite
some costly penalties and one
lost fumble, it was an impressive
performance.
Chipley managed 166 yards qf
'total offense against the Tiger
defense. Most of those yards
came on some long runs by
Chipley's two talented running-
backs. Titus Overholt, who led
the Tigers with 14 tackles, made
a couple of touchdown saving
tackles and returned a fumble49
yards for a touchdown. Corey
Silcox stopped Chipley inside the
Tiger 5 on fourth down to prevent
another touchdown.
Blountstown opened the scor-
ing when Arsenio Ivory went
around the corner for 7 yards
with 9:57 in the first period.
Jacob Williams booted his first of
6 extra points and the Tigers
were up 7-0.
Mixing the run and pass well,
the Tigers covered 74,yards on
their next drive in six plays with
Ryan Baker blasting in from the
6.
Michael Gudllord had a good
night throwing the football con-
necting on 4 of 6 for 103 yards.
GarryReed had two catches for
55 yards; Jonathan Lockhart
had one beautiful, leaping catch
for 28 yards and Chance Allaway
had one catch for 20 yards.
Early in the second period, the
tigers drove 63 yards in 5 plays
with Ivory scoring from 10 yards
out and the Tigers enjoyed a 21-,
0 lead at halftime.
hory got his third score of the


game earlyin the third period fol-
lowing a 3 play 50 yard drive.
Four minutes later, Chance
Attaway scored from the 6 follow-
ing a 6 play 55 yard drive.
With a minute left in the third
period, Overholt scooped up a
fumble and raced 49 yards for
the Tigers' final score.
With the clock running under
the mercy rule, the Tigers had
few offensive opportunities in the
fourth quarter to let the young
players try for more points.
Ivory finished the game with
55 yards on 5 carries and three
touchdowns. Michael Guilford
had 75 yards on 4 attempts.
Chance Attaway added 46 yards
on 5 carries. T.C. Copeland ran
hard for 72 yards on 4 rushes.
Ryan Baker added 25 yards on 5
carries. Jonathan Lockhart had
38 yards on .1 carry, Demarco
Johnson had 21 yards on 3 car-
ries, Malcolm Ivory had 11 yards
on 3 carries, Corey Silcox added
13 yards on 3 tough runs and
Greg Meeks had 4 yards on one
attempt. As a team, the Tigers
averaged 10.6 yards per,rush.

Defensively, the Tigers are
tough to score on. Chipley man-
aged 4.6 yards per carry, but
most of that cameon a couple of
long runs.
SOverholt was followed or'the
tackle list by Baker and aamie
Willis with :1 tackles /each.
'Corey Silcox had 10 followed by
Chase Cox. Josh Savell, and
Adam Edwards with ,9 each.
Josh Lee had 8 tackles followed
by T.C. Copeland. Attvixay. and
Ivory with 6 each. Lotkhart had
3 tackles, followed bh Josh Lilly
and Jarrod Phillips with 2 each.
Despite it being Chipley's

Top right: T.C, Copeland
follows Garry Reed for a
big gain against Chipley.

Left photo: Jacob
Williams boots one of six
extra points out of the
hold of Corey Cox.


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It has been a long season coming, but
maybe we are beginning to hii our
stride"' We played about as error-free
offensive football as we have played all
year last Friday night against Chipley
High School Now I know Chipley has
seen better days but I lelt much better
aboutthe confidence our players sriowed
and the composure we played with Friday
night.
Coach, Grantham has done ,a great,
job since arriving at Chipley and I hate to
see his team- struggling so much. espe-
cially due to several of his better players.
leaving to go to Vernon. We wish him the
best of luck and maybe ore day that
trend will stop. As for our team, we still
need to .improve, but things are looking
better every week.
Offensively we played very well at
times. Except for not scoring after a good .
drive just before halftime, we played .
almost error-free on offense. We blocked:
extremely well Eric O'Bryan had his best
game of the year at guard and we weren't
even sure if he was going to be able to
play after a Wednesday knee injury.
Ricky Sable continued to improve and-
Jerrod Waldron and Chaz Johns both'
graded out in the 90% range. ,
I thought Michael Guilford made his
best reads of the-season and made some
good throws that were made even better
by some outstanding catches John
Lockhart made. one of the, best calches
you would ever want to see as he went up
over a defender and made a one-hand
grab. Garry Reed came back from a hip
injury to make two nice catches and -
Chance Attaway had a good reception.
All of our running backs played well..T.C.
Copeland continued to impress with his
unbelievably strong running and contin-
ued to increase his yards,per carry. He is
averaging about 12 yards every lime he
runs the football. Arsenio continues to
get better as the year goes on with three
beautiful touchdown runs on the night. He
is always a player who gets better as the
season goes on and this year seems to
be no different. Chance, Ryan Baker,
and Corey Silcox ran the ball very hard
and looked to be getting' into playoff
mode at just the right time.
I want to publicly commend Greg
Meeks, our wingback, for outstanding


blocking and great hustle. He did a great
job opening up holes for our other run-
ning backs to run through Once again,
two of our young running backs, Malcolm
Ivory and Demarco Johnson came in late
in the game and looked very good run-
ning the football.
Defensively, we will need to play
much better this week if We are going to
beat.Bpnifay. We made some good plays,
but we allowed Chipley to break.two big"
runs, that were it not for Titus Overholt,
would, have been touchdowns Titus
saved us on two occasions when were a
little out of position and he made touch-
down-saving tackles We played very well
on the defensive line early,,with Josh
Savell. Chaz Johns. Josh Lee and Jamie
Willis making good plays As the game
went on we did not get as much push up
front as we will need this week Our line-
backers played better at times with
Chase Cox and TC. Copeland continuing
to show improvement
In the secondary, we still had good
play from both Chance and Corey Silcox
at the safety spots. Corey made a nice
tackle on Chipley's only real drive ol the
night on fourth down to save a touch-
down Overall. it was a solid defensive
effort, but we must be much more domi-
naling this week if we are going to contain
the many athletes Bonifay has on their
team
I hope everyone enjoyed Ihe game
last week, but we must continue to
improve We are showing signs of life as
the playoffs near, but it we donI' get the
lob done this week we end up in a three-
way tie and have a playoff on Monday
night We have many goals that are on
the line and I hope we step up to the chal-
lenge. We have a chance to win three
straight district championships for the first
time in school history if we win this week
Then we: have: a chance to have two
undefeated regular seasons in a row for
the first time in school history if we win
next week.
There is a lot riding on these next two
games and I hope we are focused
enough to get the job done. I hope every-
one will travel to Bonifay this week and
help carry us to a win. We hope to see
you there. Game time is 7:304 GO
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BLOUNTSTOWN



ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS
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SPrincipal Vicki Davis is
',-pleased to announce the honor
,,roll at Blountstown Elementary
School.
.'A' Honor Roll
; Second grade: Will McClellan,
.Coolton Purvis, Colby Tanner,
,.Tate Bennett, Chris Brown,
"tDevin Hackel, Drew Martin,
thann Glass, Abby Golden,
S'-Chessa Goodman, Derek Eberly,
-Lee Ellis, Cavan Hanna, Julia
y=Sandoval, Alexis DeVuyst,
-AMitrazha Hogue, Erick, Martin,
'Blake Pitts, Trey Rollins, Jenny
:;Snowden.
Third grade: Katelyn
Bozeman, Jaimin Martinez,
Jordan Willis, Anthony Wyrick,
.Olivia Atkins, Walker Strawn,
i-Tripp Taylor, Michael Holt,
-.Jared Wainwright, Temperance
I homas. Donavan Ebersole,
Tjassidv Gurliaccio, Sarah Cook,
.2ach Bryant, Callie Melvin, Carly
Richards. Jacev Strong.
Fourth grade: Mia Lockhart,
JCalen Masai, Austin Russell,
;:Tyler Wertenberger, Candy
.Bryant. Andrew Bennett, George
.-Peters. Emilee Goodwin, Michelle
>.oung, Jayla Brigham.
,?; Fifth grade: Kayla, Campbell,
KZrystal Diaz, Brandon Purxs.
1-Uy, Richards, Chelsey Weiler,
-Kaleb Wells, Drake Miles, Casey
lohnson.' ..Hayden Jeppson,
,Emily Hester, Jordan Griffin,
Chesten Goodman, Davina
.-Fountain. Jake Brown, Brittany
-Bridges. Elijah Boyd, Marquell
CFomer, Marysa Lee, Taylor
*iMauck, Caleb Mills, Devan
.Roulhac.

^ 'A/B' Honor Roll
Second grade: Stanford,
'Dawson,. Emily Hall, Rebecca
,.Jenks, Brianna Johnson,
'Chasen Roulhac, Trudie Alford,
-.Aladison Brown, Alexis Hall,
Sha -la Harris, Jordan Herndon,
Tayior Pyles, Leamon Sims,
-." Camden Skinner, Forrest
.-Skipper, Hailey Mathers,
'iJasmine Abbott, Alese Jones,
; Stephten Mathews, Bryan
.'.-Roberts. Jamey Spurling, Colton
--Thaw, Tristen Wood, Thomas
Cauley, Jesse Crenwelge,
Dharma Lee, Lauren Norris,
Jennifer Yon. Joshua-Causev.
Akaya Engram. Blake Prescott.
Cameron Bailey. Benjamin
"Bontrager, Brittny Davis, Alexis
'Duke, Dawson Reeder, Cole
SSkipper, Joshua Van Lierop.
SThird grade: Makaila Barton,
.Jarrett Bennett, Drew Bryant,
!Alecia Ethridge; Shelby Murphy,
.Morgan Robinson. Alyssa Sims.
SBlaise Thaw. Macy Woodard.
Weslev Alday. Alyssa Brown.
Tiekeyrea Godwin, Marian
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HIGH SCHOOL NEWS


Let That Smile Shine! Saberto
Underclassmen picture The
retakes have been scheduled for Saberto(
Wednesday, November 2. Photos the weel
must be paid for at the time pic- ing siL\t
ture is taken. Packages available each cop
include: the lowi
a Package A includes 2-- 8 x ,ear. F(
10s, 2 5 x 7s, and 8 wallets for Mrs. Ma
$30
Package B includes 1 -8 x' For You
10,. 2 5 x 7s, and 8 wallets for Oct.-
$25 Holmes
Package C includes 1 8 x .Oct.
10, 1 5 x 7, and 8 wallets for .Oct.
$20 1 School f
Package D includes 1 5 x 7 Nov.
and 4 wallets for $12 Undercl;


Cheeks should be made
payable to BHS. All students
.should plan on having their pic-
tures taken even if they don't
plan on purchasing a package
because, these pictures .will be:
used in the yearbook.


Fair @ C
Nov.
Nov.
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Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Meeting


3asquez, Ariana Beach,
. Long, Thomas McCourt,
Melvin, Laura Ridley,
Brantley-Curl, Daniel
arrison Coley,
Is Colvin, Stedman
, Dixie Flowers, Justin
n, Hope Jerkins, Saige
Brandi Kitchen, Marisa
Chelsea Murphy, William
, Gabriel Rosales,
dah Talib, Caroline
on Janika Young, Chris
)wski, Alexis Widner,
Trolley, Reagine Simmors,
.Oxendine, Bobbie
nd; Kayla Godwin, David
J.T. Brown, Karah
Brittany Bailey, Aleshia
er, Fred Baskette. Susan
Alexis Butler.- Alanna
Justin Dean, Chance
Michael Hughes. Ebony
, Colby Jerkins, Lynn
Clydesheia McKinzie.
Quijas,' Skyler Reddick.
Stra\i. Rachele Webb.


oth 2006
. 2006 Blountstown
oth will be on sale during
k of November 7-11 dur-
h period. The price Ior
py will be S25.00 which is
est price it will be this
or more information, call
rshall at 674-5724.

r Information
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County-Away
29 ACT Test
31 Evaluaton Day-No
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2 Picture Retakes-,
assmen;. Senior Career
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3 FBLA Blood Drive
4 Varsity Football-
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7-11 Yearbook Sales
14 ASVAB
15 FCCLA District
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Community urged to attend "open discussion"

Altha PTO hosts facilities meeting October 27
H A H The Altha Public School PTO, John Watson, an educational copy of the feasibility plan will be
in conjunction with Calhoun facility planner, recently evaluat- provided at the meeting or you
County School Board member, ed our local school system and can pick one up at the Calhoun
Volena Barfield, will be sponsor- made some recommendations for County School Board Office. 1f
ing an "Open Discussion" about future student housing. We you would like to offer your
gtUb CjOe. --L LA ild lk t. hn thCn Alth inm- +h llhts or o inions lease


Uti recent assessmeni I y t..
Architects for the county's- school
feasibility plan. The meeting is
Thursday, Oct. 27, at 6:30 p.m.
in the Altha School Cafeteria.


munity take a close look at these
recommendations, and give our
school board member some feed
back on the options listed. A


LnougnLs or opi nins, piease
attend. We want to give the peo-
ple of our community a chance to
speak upI Questions? Call. PTO
President Paige White, 674-3365.


FOURTH GRADERS AT ALTHA SCHOOL ARE LEARNING ALL ABOUT FLORIDA HISTORY. Above, students in Mrs.
Perkins' class are demonstrating what they've learned by making Florida posters, depicting everything from
the state bird to the flower and everything in between. The class includes (front row, from left) Anthony
Blemmel, Austin Tharpe, Madison Rowe, Kayle Gay, (back row) Carolyn jackson, Micheal Mullaney, Kyler
Dew, Nathan Beyan, Brianna Yon, Mackenzie May, Ethan Peacock, Porter Smith, Rebecca Williams, Ceairra
Capps, and Destiny Schaffer.


Fall Choral Concert
Everyone in the community is invited
to attend Altha Public School's Fall
Choral Concert at the First Baptist
Church in Altha. The concert will be held
November 7, 2005 at 7 p.m. Cats'
Cuisine will be providing desserts and.
drinks for the event.
The chorus will be performing seven
beautiful songs with a special quartet per-
formance of the Mexican lullaby, A La
Nanita Nana, by Justin McCoy, Nick
Hahsford, Sarah Shelton, and John
Baumer.
Among the pieces of music are "I'd
Like to Teach the World to Sing" from the
popular Coca-Cola commercials, and the
2003 pop hit by Josh Groban,"You Raise
Me Up". Tickets will be $3 per person at


Biounistown Middle Sc'hool will panri.-
ipate in Red Ribbon Activities October
24th 28th.
Our anti-drug theme is "My Character.
. Counts: It Is My Responsibility to Be Drug
Free." Students will sign drug free
pledges and participate on a post con-
test. The Blountstown Police Department
donated drug free bracelets and pencils
for the students.
On Wednesday, Fireman Ben Hall
n, rt.-._-r 1.'% ar,.-r, Tar,-n.-r ".ll ,, (I an
Exiric4il6orpresetalion. An anrt-dug pep
rally and student/laculty volleyball game
will be held on Thursday Tne grand
linale will be me BMS Beauty Pageant at
9 00 am in the BMS gym The boys'
wII be dawning wigs and other female


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the door and $5. per couple. See
Mrs.Tina Smith or a member of chorus
for tickets. You may also see Altha's cho-
rus perform a Christmas Cantata on
December 11 at 11 a.m.. at the
Blountstown United Methodist Church.
By: Sarah Shelton

Senior Day
Altha School seniors will take a trip to
Chipola College for senior day. They take
this time off from school to tour the cam-
pus of the college and to learn more
about the life as a college .student.
They will have small group tours of
the different departments at Chipola, their
guides will be the Chipola student
ambassadors. They will have the oppor-


tiree to reinforce the anti-drug message'
All students are encouraged to participate
by dressing according to the daily topic
Please see the weekly dress scheduled
as follows:
Monday, Oct. 24 "Give Drugs The
Slip", Wear slippers!
Tuesday, Oct. 25 "Twins are Drug
Free", Dress alike!
Wednesday, Oct. 26 "Sock It To
Drugs", Wear your craziest socks!
m .Thursday, OctL 27 -..Cra;z, l-ir .
Red Day", Spon a wild hairdo!. Wear red
clothing red ribbons, etc I
Friday. Oct. 28 "Celebrity Davy
Dress like your lavorile star'
Dress according to BMS dress code
and let's have fun!


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field they intend to pursue. They will also
get to look into the different clubs and
organizations they offer at Chipola. At the
end of their .long day they will be treated
to different refreshments compliments of
Chipola College.
I'm sure this will be helpful to those
who plan on attending Chipola.
By: John Baumer

Calendar
Oct. 26 Senior Day (Chipola)
Oct. 27 PTO Meeting 6:30 pm;
Autumn Fest 6-8 pm (softball field)
Nov. 1 Progress Reports
-Nov. 9 Chipola Show Choir perform-
ance in gym 1:00 pm


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Legal Notice
S5OTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
S-NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT BETTS LAND
GCMPANY, INC.. the holder of the following cer-
tificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to
belsisued thereon. The certificate number and
year of iasuance, the description of the property,
and Lne names In which It was assessed are as
folIo. t
CeruJlta te P,. 505 Year of Issuance: 2002
?'DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Begin at the.SE
4.crner of the West 1/2 of the NE 1/4 of the NW
L/- of Se-,on 31. Township 2 North. Range 11
He~%r Run West 120 feet, then run North 480 feet
tb POB THen run West 100 feet, thence North 40
feet, thence East 100 feet, thence South 40 feet to
POB. The alt-ie de cribed lanJ i i ild: .kno.n is,
Lo-.21. Blc-k FP--. in ar, Inrm.'or-Jedl p. Lr
Qalhour Counrt Flonda
*r JAIE IN W-HICH ASSESSED: Block Brothers
Cor,. C,'0 Debra Hax-ri 30600 Telegraph Rd.,
Sie 92250. BLnghjrn Firn-i,. MI 48025.
Said Pruperi being the County of CALHOUN.
STATE OF FLORIDA: Unless such certificate
Siall be redeemed acci.ding .:, Lar, r-te proper)
described In such cerufh. ai-. hall bt OLD i : ithe
Highest bidder at irh C.ournurue dcT.ar ,:n the
03rd day ofNovember. 2005, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH% AT-FAWAY'
Clerk of the Cuiucai Cu-i, ou
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NOTICE OF SALE
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[N THE CIRCUIT COURI OF THE FOUR
TEENTB JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
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SALE
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling Sale dated October 12. 2005
and entered In Case No. 2005-150-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 PERSONS) IN POSSESSION. OF THE
SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY N/K/A JUSTIN
BARFIELD: are the Defendants. Iwill sell to the
highest and best bidder for. cash at LOBBY OF
THE CALHOUN COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
AM CST, on.the 17th day of November. 2005, the
following described property as set forth in said
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Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY


Transit Service


. Local 82.00 (one-way)
,:.Bristol 83.00
*.Marianna -5.0 -
Wewaliltchlka a S.OO
Quincy 86.00
Chipley 87.00
Sneads S5.00


Chattahoochee 85.00
Dothan --LO.O 000
pishaee6 S10.O ", ;
P aama Cty -S1 000
Lake City SIS O00
Gainesville 820.00
Pensacola S20.00


SIvCRIMEga REPORT

Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


Nurse arrested on

drug charges after

routine traffic stop

SA Blounlstown man working as a
nurse at a nursing home in Bay County
vas arrested on drug charges Friday.
SGeorge Wayne -Pelt, 38 has been
charged with two counts of possession of
a3conirolled substance.
1 According to the Calhoun Counry
Sheriffs Office, Deputies Jared Nichols
arid Chris' Porter pulled Pelt over lor


speeding back in September and found
him in possession of two
Lonab/Hydrocodone tablets
Tie pills were reportedly wrapped in a
small paper cup consistent with thal used
by nurses to administer medication to
pallenls. Pelt reponedly stated he had a
prescription lor the pills, however, he was
unable to provide one by last week,
resulting in a warrant being issued for his
arrest.

Pelt was booked into the Calhoun
County Jail and released on his own
recognizance


IN RE: FORFEITURE OF:
1990 Toyota Camry, 4-Door Car
Silver in Color "
VIN#4T2SV22E8LU 71957
CASE NO.:2005-0361CA
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEEDINGS
TO ALL PERSONS in the above-described proper-
ty, which was seized on or about Septeniber 24,
2005, in Calhoun County, Florida. Said property
is in the custody of the Calhoun County Sheriffs
Department. Any owner, entity, bona fide lien-.
holder or person in: possession of the property
h rn .-'Le.d r-r. ,r.ie n, 1iht rcqu'et! a pr_ hmiri-,3
sa1 icria nal ricarL I.:r a pri i -batle r ,, .aleierM -
nauo ir, i rm th c ir:cur Courr iMr'irari !5 ,Isi lo
the first pubijau,:nr, oCf this notice, :with notice
sent cEruliS-d mil rl un re i reC ipt req-u'p-:l d r,:, '
David Hr:.,: ue -r.,.rncv\' :r itb Sirnriif
Deparr'm-nr i .S6'5 SE Riar Screi r -l:,inri .'T
Florida 3j42? 4 Pc Feuuan iir F irii Or-j:r .:.
Forfeiture has been filed In the above-styled
cause..
J. DAVID HOUSE,P.A.
.* ;. *, E. l[ i-.er tLreet -
Bl.:ii _l-[:.e-Ti FL 24242
l50iS1t e.4.4-54 I
i .. L'RD., 6BAd 82?':,
,.:,ltr 26 ru enitber 2 005



TOWN OF ALTHA

WATER

CUSTOMERS
To all water
customers of The
Town of Altha. As of

November 1st, 2005
on all water bills not
paid by the 20th
there will be a

$10.00 late fee
added.


NOTICE
TAX IMPACT OF VALUE
ADJUSTMENT BOARD
COUNTY OF CALHOUN, TAX YEAR 2005
MEMBERS OF THE BOARD


Honorable Danny Ray Wise
Board of County Commissioners District No. 1

Honorable Earl Hunt
Board of County Commissioners District No. 2


Honorable Volena Barfield
School Board District No. 2

Honorable Grant Williams
School Board District No. 1


Honorable Willie T. Grant
Board of County Commissiohers District No. 4

The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions and render decisions relating to ad valorem tax
assessments, tax deferrals, and classifications.

STHE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTION BY THE BOARD

| Column 1 | Column 2 I Column 3 Column4 I Column 5 Column 6
Type of Property Number of Total Number of Total Number Reduction in Shift In
Exemption Number of Assessments of Requests Taxable Value Tax Dollars
Requests Exemption Reduced by for Assessment Due to
Granted by Requests the Board Reductions Board
the Board Action
Residential 0 0o "f S.
0 0
Commercial 0 003l .
0 0
Industrial & Misc. O 0
0. 0
Agricultural or Classified Use 0 0
0 0
Business Mach. & Equip 0 1 k ,
0 1
Vacant Lots & Acreage 0 ot0
0o o
TOTALS 0 1 0 1 0 0

ALL TAXPAYERS SHOULD BE AWARE THAT BOARD ACTIONS WHICH REDUCE TAXABLE VALUE
CAUSE TAX RATES APPLICABLE TO ALL PROPERTY TO BE PROPORTIONATELY HIGHER

Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chairperson or clerk at the
following telephone number:

CHAIRPERSON Willie T. Grant TELEPHONE- ( 50)-674-4545
CLERK: Ruth W. Attaway TELEPHONE- 1850)-674-4545





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GOODMAN
SM" MANITOWOC Ice Machine:
T4WNE _* HOSCHIZAKI Ice Machines

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ISS, DEIVI E R ,T i


1;501 j CijlK l: 0


Oct. 18: Ronnie B Pitis, violation of state probation Jared Lipford, violation of
county probation
Oct. 20: Scott Adkins. violation of state probation. Mary Hicks, sentenced from
court: Elizabeth Boutwell, sentenced from court, Lea Carla Causey, failure to
appear in court/worthless checks
Oct. 21: Regina Raulerson. refusal to sign traffic citation, George Pell, posses-
sion of controlled substance, Edward Hall, battery: Richard Lundgren violation
of county probation, Sandra Guilford Gulf Co warrant
Oct. 23: Donald Turner, DUI, driving while license suspended or revoked with
.knowledge. possession of cocaine, controlled substance, prescription drug with-
Pout a prescription, child abuse; Stephanie Chafen, possession of drug parapner-
.nalia. resisting arrest without violence: Louis Guirola resisting arrest without vio-
lence: Kristen Guirola, resisting arrest without violence


The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun County Jail over the
"past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
:ered Innocent until proven guilty.
,1_________________________ -V








The County Record, OCTOBER 26,2005, Page 1.]


Local business leaders serving


on Chipola advisory committees


Chipola College recently hos
ed a dinner for members of tt
Workforce Development Adviso]
Council.
More than 70 area profession
als and business leaders serve a
nine separate advisory commi
tees for each of the college's tecl
nical programs.
Bud Riviere, Dean
Workforce Development, say:
"We depend on the expertise
these professionals to provic
real-world advice about tl
training 'we need to provide I
.our students. Their involvemer
insures that our students ar
well-prepared to enter the world
force."
Advisory committees an
members are:
Automotive Technology-
George Ed Howell, Neil Glove
Ray Lawrence, Rusty Lawrenco
Jeff Howell. Matt Cox, Micha,
Kriser. Mike Lichtfuss, Jami
Cozart. Roy Scheffer. Ala
Seheffer, Chuck. Andersor
Shannon Duren, Ronnie Steven:
John' Pforte, James Parke
Jamie Streetman, Josh Elli:
Jessie Deal. Phillip Deshazo, Je
Mauldin. Tony Tye and, O
Boykin. Instructors are:
Computer Svystem
Technology-Kenny Griffin, Sta
Saunders, Landis Adam;

Justin Byler earm

$1750 Dean's

Scholars Award
Justin Byler of Altha recent
received a S1.750 Dean
Scholars Award at Southeaster
University.
This scholarship is renewab
for up to four years, pro-ide
students meet minimum GP
requirements.
Southeastern University is
four-year, coeducationa
Christian liberal arts university
accredited to award bachelor
and master's degrees. Located i
Lakeland, Florida. the universal
offers 44 undergraduate major
and two graduate programs, an
has captured national attention
for its rapid growth in enrollmer
and facilities in recent years.


Donald Rye, Byron Ward, Buddy
Williams, Harold E. Barnes,
Dennis Everett and Brice Melvin.
Cosmetology-Carlotta
Shores, Jana Baggett, Lori
Harris, Rene Jordan, Paige
"Vanderwerf, Sarah Maddox,
Angie Hill, Dana Torbett, Heather
Cain, Gina Mia Sims, Amy
Lipford, Sherry O'Connor, Kim
Donofro, Cookie Harvey, Ginger
Harris, Marty Faulk, Tommy
Nguyen, Ms. Nguyen, Carolyn
Johnson, Dee-Dee Johnson and
Diane Johnson.
Criminal Justice-John
McDaniel, David Tatum, Glenn
Kimbrel, Elton Horton. Lou
Roberts, Linda Stanley, James
Dickson. Kirby Peacock, Carl
Davis, .Mark Henry. Harrell
Glisson, Brian Keith Stagner and.
William Watford.
Culinary lanagement-John
Milton, Edv.in Blitch. Todd
Sterzoy, Jessup Lankford, Scott


Jackson and Mike Parrish.
Electronic Engineering
Technology-Anthony Register,
Harvey Daniel, Sirajuddin
Muhammad, Dennis Patton,
Wiley Barnes, John, Worthing.
Jesse Rich, Bruce Williams,
Tanya Taylor, Ross Jackson,
Glenda Bethel and Gary Brown.
Firefighting-Steve Edwards.
Rolf Myrltammar, Robby Brown,
Jack Barwick and Floyd Aycock.
T e e o m.munications -
Michael Nixon,; Michael Sellers,
Harry' Fleener and Frank
Perniciaro.
Welding-Clayton Jordan,
Patrick W. Williams. Roger
Culpepper,. Alonza Russ Jr,
Raymond Macaluso, David G.
Smith, Nathan Pittman, Sr. and
Elonzo Dale Messer.
For information about
Chipola's Workforce
Development programs, call 850-
718-2270..


line tool'e-PEP' helps


students prep for college


is Education Commissioner
n John L. Winn has announced a
s. new online academic planning
Stool for high school students
Sailed at helping students better
prepare for college, other post-
secondary programs and the
workforce in ways that are Likely
to increase their future success
and raise future earnings. The
tool. the e-Personal Education
ly Planner (ePEP). launched last
's week on FACTS.org. Florida's
n official online student advising
system.
le According to the U.S.
'd Department of Labor, by 2010,
'A 85 percent of occupations will
require post-high school educa-
a tion and training.
1, The new tool allows students
y, to take a proactive part In plan-
's ning courses for each year of
in high -school. The planner offers
ty course options based on student
rs goals after graduation.
id Data from the U.S. Bureau of
in the Census. In 2000. showed
nt that the median annual earnings
for workers ages 25 and over


were S24.267 with a high school
diploma. S26.693 with an associ-
ate's degree and 840.314 with a'
bachelor's degree. That trans-
lates to a person with a bache-
lor's degree earning 66 percent
more than a person with only a
high school diploma.
The new ePEP tool is expected
to assist students throughout
the state by allowing them to
make informed choices about
education options, defining their
prionties and getting a realistic
idea of the coursework that will
be required to reach career goals.
Guidance counselors can access
their students' planners online at
any time and can leave com-
ments for students.
Students who complete an
ePEP by December 1, 2005. can
enter a drawing for an IBM
ThinkPad@ laptop computer and
leather backpack.
For more about online advis-
ing tools, visit www.FACTS.org or
contact the Florida Center for
Advising and Academic Support
at 850-245-0518.


ABOVE: Severol members of tne
cosmetology odvisory committee
at Cipolao College are from ert
Dono Torbett Gino Mll Donofro-
Simnis Neisna Gorcio Pennr,, Beves.
Page Vonderworth and Heothner
Coin.


RIGHT: Severol merriters of tne ..
Welding Advisor, Comrmitiee ,at o ritt il I
Chipolo ore, from left Dole "m.I -o
,/lesser, retired pipe welder-jr. "
Freddle Foran. Cnipola Welding
Instructor David Smitr Smitr-
Welding Ser iice; Nothan Prttmrn 'ar-_
Alliance LOundry Systermls na n ,
Patrick Williams. [vlowrey Elevator ,


Certified Nursing Assistant course to


begin October 31 at Chipola College


Chipola College will offer a
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
course beginning Oct. 31.
Applications are due in the
Chipola Health Science Programs
office by Oct. 26.
Classes will be held Monday


through Thursday from 8 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. The final week of the
course will include clinical expe-
riences for eight hours each day.
The cost is approximately
8500. Students must take the
Test of Adult Basic Education


iTABE). available in the Chipola
Success Center. Monday through
Thursday at 8 a.m. Scores must
be submitted with the applica-.
tion.
For Information. call 850-718-
2278.


s out online! www.thecountyrecbrd .ef, .
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.MONTH END


/SUPER SALE'T
SUPER SELECTION ZERO DOWN WITH APPROVED CREDIT
OVER 20 YEARS OF SERVICE FRIENDLY STAFF
NO GAMES NO GIMMICKS* COME CHECK IT OUT!!!

FACTORY
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CAMRY 'TACOMA EXT. CA 4x4 iEU C LIMED
4 Door, ier Pkg .,CD, Cruise .-6,TRSPkg., Shrp fU WAS $47 804
SPECIAL SuperDeal! 0 WAS $47,804
17,888' 's24798 or 0.0% APR :S40579
.Mod. ..5i r 73 On Select Motels 40h7S
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Great Deals On 06 Tundras, Sienas, Sequoias, Camrys, Corollas
Come Right Now And Save Hundreds, Even Thousands!
"All pri.:e adnai dic.unls sh-r any Iaclory r.FvW a.l plui LU ,I TfB 0.0.. Crn Seld Mod-ils T,~r 1 Bsacon Scory 720+. 3ublct ro pr.5iale.


SAVE HUNDREDS, EVEN THOUSANDS! OVER 100 UNITS TO CHOOSE FROM!
01 Tyota Corolla E 4 Door, Automatic .............1,990 05 Dodge Grand C n Nice Mini Van....... 16,888
02 Ford Taurus 4 Door, V-6, Nice 11,990 04 Ford Eplor Leather, Sharp 16,979
00 Ford ExpeditionT Nie, Pcea ToGo ...........8,848 05 ChewvTrailblazerSuper Nice, PrcedToGo.. 11,888
05 1a Optima 4 Door. Automatic, GreatGas Mileage..10,888 02 Toyota Avalon XLS sunroof, Leather............ 17,888
02 GMC SonomaE t.Cab Automatic harp......$10,988 02 Toyota 4-Runner SR5 V-6 only 6 Mies.. 17,979
02 Ford ExplorerXLT sqrpl,sto 90 ....... $11,788 05 Ford Explorer SuperDeal, PcedToGo.........1,988
05 Buic Century 4 Do V-6, Sharp............ ..12,919 05 Chevy Colorado Crew Cab Auto............ 17,988
05 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Door, Sharp ............13,888 05 Ford Musang Sporty, Sharp ..................... 19,988
04 Ford CrownVictoria 4 Door, NiceCar....... 13,888 03 GMC Yukon SL sharp, super Deal .............0,888
05 Ford Taurus 4Door, v-V ....................... 13,888 03 Toyota 4-Runner SR5 V-6 sunroof, harp 22,0888
05 Mitsubishi Lancer 4 oor, Nice........... ..........13,979 04Toyota ien Ltd. Sharp, -6..................... 4,5 9
01 ToyoaRA 4 Sharp, Priced ToGo....................... 14,979 04 Toyota Sequoia SR5 -, Nice............... 26,919
03 FordExplorerLT4 Door, ...............................15,988 05 Chevy 2500TCrew Cabx 4, Duram\, oiesel 39,888
05 Mitsubishi Galant4 Doo, Sharp.............. 15,988 05 Leus R 330 Navigation, Loaded.............. 39,919
MORE TO CHOOSE FROM


ECHO GREAT SELECTION OF
COROLLAS -6 Years, 100,000 Mile
CAMRYS mmited Warranty"
CELICAS .6 Years, 100,000 Mile
TACOMAS Roadside Assistance" '""
"From original date of first use when sold as a new vehicle


*160 Palo
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to Sequok


nt Qualley TUNDRAS
mceInspection 4-RUNNERS
election FromCorollas HIGHLANDERS
las SEQUOIAS
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GREAT SELECTION OF USED CERTIFIED TOYOTAS FROM
COROLLAS TO SEQUOIAS! COME CHECK IT OUT!

Remember, If
You Can't Come

2961 Penn Ave., Marianna,FL ToUs JutGive
(850) 526-3511 1-80-423-8002 D o o
www.mariannatoyota.com


OUR DEPOSIT RATES


JUST GOT



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.25APY


13 MONTH CD


2 ^ APY*


3.25 %
TREASURY
CHECKING


ALTHA 25463 NORTH MLUN STREET 850.'62.341"
APALACHICOL4 58 4TH STREET 850.653.9828
BLOLNTSTrC)oN 20455 CENTRAL AVENUE WEST 850.674.5900
BRISTOL 10956 NW STATE ROAD 20 850.643.2221
CARRABELLE 912 NORTHWEST A\'NUE A 850.69".5626
NMElCO BEACH 1202 HIGH\AY' 98 850.648.5060
PORT ST. JOE 418 CECIL G. COSTIN JR. BOULEVARD 850.22".1416


i'PY ri Annual Peicentige Yield AP\.' re a.:.:urdae ,-r of 1.'2'/l05 Feei m a reduce acoi:unt euningi
For the I month CD. 'he mirnmum balance to obtain th, iinted APY' i ii50 and v ill requii a checking oi NO'X' a,curint uch ai
The Bank's Free Checking or Tresurn Checking accounts Subiranual penalr lIor ecrl,' ,tIhdrawal.
For Treasurn Checking. the minimum balance to open this accounr is i50 3 25".. Annual Percentage Yield IAP'\ ".ill be paid on
balance, of 1500,000 and up, 2.' 5. APY'' on balance ber.teen i25,000 ,- 149,999. 2 2V'5. APY' on badlnce' berseen ,r$000U $24.,'i9. ,I I '.,
APY on balance leE. than $5.000 Alter account c.penng the AP'i nd iriterest I ,e sire ubeii ro chhjnge cr any ,rme whiE.ui niice
Triiun' Checking icco.unii ire Lmied to indi 'iduil and non-profit enriles







The County Record, OCTOBER 26,2005, Page 12
,' -, ^ ''. X


Deadline

I Monday Noon


Fax: 674-5008
A iremail:
k3 L 4'9 ^classifieds@thecountyrecord.netj
.. Jrg


SCARS AND TRUCKS
1982 Datsun 280 ZX, in-line 6 cyl turbo
5 5spd., A/C, AM-FM, excellent shape
$3.000 firm. Call 762-4533.
1993 Mercury Grand Marquis, powe
windows, power seat, cassette, 4 whee
disc. brakes, remote operated driveshaf
disconnect for towing behind moto
hQme, 118,000 miles, 23-23 mpg, oil jus
changed, rides very good, $2,850 OBO
Call 762-8406. All proceeds will go tc
missions.
1977F150 Ford, long wheel base, V-8
automatic, $3.500. Call 674-5667.
1994,Oldsmobile Cutlass Cierra
1.13,000 miles AC/heat, AM/FM cassette
$1,000 OBO Call 674-2696
'1983 Chev. refrigerated truck with 12
ft-box, make offer. Call 762-3366.

FOR RENT
*'2 bdr trailers semi-furnished, no pets
674-4011.
SRV trailers $75 $80 week, most util-
ities furnished; 2 bdr trailers wnen avail
able. Call 674.4011.
'Small 1 bdr., 1 bath house on 1/2.acre
lIt 3 miles north on Hwy. 69. Recently
Sremodeled. Clean $400 deposit $375
S nlonth.
S1 bdr. apartment; CH/A unfurnished


DENTAL

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


HELP WANTED
BLO 5iSTOWNI AREA:
Drivers with C.D.L.
Class A or B
Roll-Off Trucks
Experienced Heavy
Equipment Operator
Must be Insurable

Please Apply at:
Waste Recyclers
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blountstown. FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at
800-847-6422


on South Pear St. Non-smoker, No Pets.
$325/mo. plus utilities. Call 674-4533
'days.
RV lots for rent. RV campers for sale
lease and or rent to own $75 and $85
r weekly. 2 locations. Call 674-7616.
t 14 x 80, 2 bdr., 2 bant furnished mobile
r home." $375/mo with $200 deposit. Call
t 237-2440.

S FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or factory
S: -efurbisned computers. Monitors. Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD s, CD-RW CD Drives,
Zip Drives. SparO Drne and Software.
,Call Russell A Peterson at 1850) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St Blountstown. E-
mail russellp@digilalExpt.Com
S MATTRESS SET New full set with lac-
tory warranty, $99, call 850-222-7783.
FORMAL DINING ROOM Brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs and lighted
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
S NEW Brand Name King Manress Set.
S$250, in factory plastic, warranty 850-
S425-8374
NEW BEDROOM SET Beautiful cher-
- ry.Louis Philippe 8-piece wood King
sleigh bed dresser, mirror, chest. 2 night-
slands Sug list $4600. sell S1650
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
6 pc. full/queen bedroom set New in
boxes, sacrifice $550. 850-222-7783.
-Queen mattress set, double pillow top
New in plastic witn warranty. $150 850-




PROGRAM
Currently seeking FT/PT
Youth Workers to work
with female adolescents
w/emotional and/or
behavioral issues. All
applicants must be a high
school graduate and at
least 21 years or age with
a valid-driver's license.
Please call
(850)722-6117.
i ., ..,: -


426-8374.
18 ft. refrigerated body of truck, 4 ft is
froze. 200 below zero. 14 ft. refrigerated,
34' $5 000 OBO Call 762-8357.
1997 Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle.
very nice cnromed out witn loud pipes.
and etted carburetor. 800cc will peel the
paint off a brand new Yamaha 1100,
$3,000 firm Call 272-6168 or 762-8234.
SBedliner, came off of a 1999 Toyota
Tacoma, extended cab, 4 wheel drive,
$20.00. Call 674-1740.
3 wheel bicycle adult, like new $200
Call 762-4139.
Large Mac toolbox complete set ol
hand tools, $5,000. Call 674-5669

BRING A SMILE TO
THE ELDERLY
Help brighten the lives of
elderly in,our community.
Provide non-medical
companionship and home
care services to help
seniors remain at home
for as long as possible.
Flexible hours.
HOME INSTEAD
SENIOR CARE
call
1-866-575-1920


TERRY
ENTERPRISES.
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK ':;
I, CITING &PRESSURE CLEANJNG -
CHAINLINK & WOOD FENCES d
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VNO CREDIT~


60 gal. cast iron kettle, $500 OBO,
sugar cane, $1 a stalk. Call 762-3366.
Used lumber. Call 674-5999,

FREE PETS
Free puppies to a good home. Tney
are part Red Nose Pit Bull and chocolate
lab, 10 weeks old. very playtul and smart
Have been wormed Call 762-3738
Cute and cuddly kittens, free to a good
home 8 weeks old and ready for a new
home. Call 674-1077 and leave mes-
sage

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW"
NO experience required Werner
Enterprises has immediate openings for
entry-level semi drivers Our avg. drivers
earn more than $36K first year 6000 of
our drivers get nome nightly/weekly 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
Wanted someone to install an electric
hot water heater and someone to install a.
wood burning stove. Call 674-1363

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

LOST & FOUND
Found: storage container west of
Clarksville Call and identify container
and items inside its yours Call 447-
0165
LOST: Dog, golden brown female, 3/4
Lab and 1/4 Golden Retriever, answers to
the name of Dottie Her collar had fallen
off and not yet been replaced. Lost in the
Newsome Road area of Clarksville (close


.to Hwy. 287): Very sweet dog, Please
call 674-3194 if you have any informa-
tion. She is a special friend to us and our
boys and we miss her

MOBILE HOMES
Mobile home for sale, 28 x 44
Fleetwood good condition, 3 bdr 2 barn.
large kitchen, fronl & side porches
$27,000. Must be moved. Call 762-
4193.

REAL ESTATE
For Lease: All or part. Nice commer-
cial building, 7300 sq ft 32 office
spaces 4 restrooms lobby/waiting room.
2 file rooms safe. conference room
security room, 1 27 acres, 41 parking
spaces 19452 Hwy.. 20, Blounistown,
FL 32424. Call 850-573-6198 or 573-
7079.; .,. ,

SERVICES
Will clean houses between 8 00 a m.
and 1-00 p.m. Monday Thursday. Call
674-2696


WANTED
Need the use of a flatbed trailer suitable
for a float for the National Peanul Festival


SUTTON CREEK
APARTMENTS
16978 N.W. Mayo St.
Blountstown, FL
674-4202
Immediate
occupancy
available on a 3
bedroom unit.
Rental assistance.
Equal Housing Opportunity


Two At -
This Price 264


AS 4

LOW AS 2 MO.


Parade for Miss & Little Miss Calhoun
County to decorate and ride in the
parade. Call 674-4913 or 762-8403.
YARD SALE.
Moving yard sale Saturdays at 25166
Hwy 71 N.. (just outside of Altha).
Furniture, kids and adult clothes, odds
and ends,;7 00 until noon
Yard sale Sat., at 8:00 a,m. at 20157.
SW Dogwood Ave. (Behind iBurger King,
off of Cypress St. We needed to clean
out the house again so we-have lots of
stuff. Call 674-6520


FOR ENT I
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
S The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance


16978 NW Mayo Street
Blounlstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity



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4200 W. Lafayette St., Marianna, FL
(850) 482-6317 1-866-421-4975


RN/Case Manager
Excellent opportunity with Tallahassee Memorial's
Home Health Care providing case management to
patients in your own local area. A full time position
with generous benefit package. Mileage is
reimbursed at .485 cents per mile. Our home care
staff is- fully, supported with clinical supervision and
education. Ideal candidate will have a minimum of'
one year clinical nursing experience.

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850-431-5783
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RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
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The County Record, OCTOBER 26,2005, Page 13


Postal workers honored ri-State Off


ALAN PEACOCK OF THE ALTHA POST OFFICE was honored with a
25 year Service Award Friday Above. Debbie Shannon, Officer in
Charge, presents Alan with on Achievement Award and a 25 year
Service Pin to be proudly worn. Alan has spent his entire 25 year
service with the Altha Post Office as a rural mall carrier,


Road Park

bog results
The Deep Bog Hole results of
October 22nd at the Tri-State
Off Road Park were as follows:
4 & 6 Cylinder
1st pl Johny Shadrick
2nd pi Steve Whitfield
3rd pl -Harry Goodwin
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl Kenny Price
2nd pl -Justin Johnson
3rd pl Tommy Arnold
38.5 & Down
1st pl Chad Flowers
2nd pl Frank Hendrix
3rd pl Jimmy Mathes
4th pl Justin Barnes
39 & Up
1st pl Sonny Adams
2nd pl Jack Vickers
3rd pl Renee Cumbie
4th pl Lee Shelton
$50 ticket drawing winner -
Doug Crane.



Go News?00


SAFETY TIPS
Study these important Halloween safety rules,
so they'll ring a bell while you're trick-or-treating!
1. Children should be well supervised by an adult when trick-
or-treating.
2. Always remember to carry a flashlight when trick-or-
treating after dark.
3. Trick-or-treat only at brightly lit houses in familiar
neighborhoods.
4. Follow traffic signals and cross streets only at crosswalks.
5. Drivers should drive slowly and watch out for trick-or-
treaters.
6. Stick to sidewalks and avoid taking shortcuts across yards
or alleys.
7. Adults should carefully inspect candy for tampering
before it is eaten.
8. Discard any treats that are homemade, unwrapped or
suspicious.
9. Homeowners should prepare their home for trick-or-
treaters by removing all obstacles and restraining dogs and
other pets.
10. Homes should be well lit to keep property from being
vandalized.

sponsored as a public service by
The Blountstown

Police Department
674-5987


Dear Gadsden, Liberty & Calhoun
County Residents,
Two 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


*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.


*At LOAN VALUE, 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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Great Gas Mileage! We sell all of our cars at
0i 500 a discount so you don't
o need a down payment!
$0 Down 60 Mos. Interest Rates
WAC
___ as low as 4.95%


HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY,
ROY GOLDEN!
OCTOBER 26
We love you,
Your Family



HAPPY 2ND BIRTHDAY,
MATTIA!
.We would like to Wish our
daughter Mattia Jade
Speightts a wvcnderfiJI happy
birthday' She turned 2 .on
October 20. She is the
daughter of Matthew
Speighlt and Bersnheka
Thomas, She enjoys ,loirig to
daycare, playing, and also
loves to play with her
youngest .sister, rMaticri
Speights.She also loes riding
with her 'Uncle Ha.rribohe
and spending nights with her
Auntie Willet Perkins. Happy
nd birthday, Mattia!


COREY J. BLACK
A.K.A
D.J. Baby Boy
First of all, I would like to
wish myself a Happy Birthday
and to that special someone
in Liberty County....l'll be
home soon. Second, I would
like to thank the following: the'
late Mr. Franklin McGlockton
(grandfather); Abdullah and
Dallas Muhammad; Mr. Ted
and Mrs, .Gwendell Black; Mrs,
Bernice Glover and Mrs,
Nancy Bacon (grandmoth-
ers); Mrs. Besle Lois
(Godmother) ahd the pastor
of my (PCMOG), Mrs.
Geraldine Sheard, Third and
last, for everyone that sent
promises, OH:,,.thahks for the
thought and as Akon and
young Jeezy, says, "I'm a soul
survivor,"
Happy Birthday, Corey, love '
your mother,


HAPPY BIRTHDAY EMMA!!
Emma Ca'rolonn D Deasonr
turned three years old October
10, 2005. Emma is the daughter of
Rob and' liec, Dedson of
Blounktowhi Proud grandparents
Sare Wmnston and Sandra Deasdn
of Blountitonri and Shelby arid
Peggy Shoemake of Bristol Her
great grandmother is Thadene
I. Nance of Blountstown,
."Princess Emma" celebrated
her birthday Disney Princess style
." with all of her, family and was
Strea.ted to a doi, of shopping anci
'fun -~wth her mother Emma
.pehds her days keeping her
MeMa and PaPa very busy pnd'
being spoiled by; Aunt Angie!
Emria also loves spending time
with her big brother, Alex.


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S346/mo Luxury al Its esti 288/mo Sunroof! Low Miles!
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0 Down ''03Chevy Tahoe LT
482/mo SunroolC', 3. Row se-i


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


0 Down '00 Dodge Grand
$153/mo Caravan
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Kayelyn Alexandria Franklin
Wayne and Donna Franklin of-
Bristol are pleased to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Kayelyn Alexandria,
Kayelyn was born Sept, 14,
2005, at 5:38 p.m. She weighed six
pounds. :15 ounces, and w,as
20,25 inches in length.
Maternal grandmother is
Marie:"Ammie O'Bryan of Aitha,
Paternal grandparents are Lonnie.
H. and Jud Franklin of Bristol,
SKayelyn was welcomed home
by her sister, Halleigh Pippin,.,


SBC TAY


0 Down u'3 Ford Explorer XLT
'269/mo 3rd Row Seal!
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0 Down '01 Toyota Sequoia
$421/mo Limited.Loaded!

ma mma


0 Down '00 Chevy Silverado
'327/mo -Z71 4X4, Extended Cab,


0 Down '04 Chevy Impala
s270/mo Like New!


0 Down '03 Toyota 4Runner
s423/mo Leather. Sunroof


0 Down '04 Chrysler Sebring
5307/mo Convertible. 1 Owner!


0 Down '98 Buick Century
s114/mo


0 Down '01 Camry LE
s2491mo Low Miles!!!!'


0 Down '99 Pontiac Firebird
'288/mo 11,000miles! T-Tops!


0 Down '99 Jaguar XJ8
s327/mo Just 51,000 Miles!

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0 Down '02 Chrysler PT Cruiser
s211/mo Limited' Sunroof, Leainer


0 Down '02 Ford F150 Crew 0 Down '01 Ford Taurus Down '01 Ford Mustang 0 Down '03 Pontiac Grand Am
$327/mo Sunroof! 116/mo Great Family Car 210/mo Convertible 1 91/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 pm.; Friday 9-7; Sat. 9 -6 p.m. Sunday 2-6 p.m.

Now Open Quincy 850-627-8448 Quincy Se habla
Sunday All Payments illustrated with Zero Down, 6% interest, 60 months, With Approved Credit Espa i l
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*d NEWS & EVENTS from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
M 20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
(850) 674-4519 FAX: (850) 674-4962


MEMBERS OF THE CALHOUN
COUNTY CHAMBER OF COM-
MERCE were treated to a
delicious lunch Thursday
When they met at Cats'
Cuisine. Altha School s stu-
dent operated caie Shown
above are culinary program
members (seated. from left)
Mary Mclntosh. Brandon
Dysard Amber Cook (stand-
ing) Brandi Griffin Marie
Granger (instructor) Anna
:Le, Samantha Dehn Anna
Nicnols Jason McCoy,
4 Ashton Lee. and Maura
Shiver. Cats Cuisine is open
to the public for two seatings
on No 10. Call the school at
762-3121 to make a reserva-
tion. At right Chamber
President Vicki Montford and
Chamber Office Manager
Jessie Ehrich thank Bruce
Ballister of the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council
for his presentation during
the Chamber s rnonthly
meeting


FROM JESSIE M. EHRICH
Chamber Staff Assistant

Upcoming Events
On November 1st, the
SChamber is co-sponsor of a din-
ner to discuss "Tourism Dollar$
for Calhoun County," along with
the following sponsors:
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement,
VISIT FLORIDA, and Florida Trail
Association.
Representative Marti Coley
will open the presentations, and
Senator Al Lawson is a featured
guest! Speakers' are: Kerri Post,
Director of New Product
Marketing of VISIT FLORIDA;
Harvey Campbell, Columbia
County TDC Executive Director;
Jeff Barwick, Hendry County
Tourism; Howard Pardue, Florida
Trail Association; and Michelle
Mitchell, National Forests in
Florida.
Watch for details on the "Altha
Autumn Fest" (10/28/05) -and
the "4th Annual Altha Heritage
Festival & Antique Tractor Pull
and Bog-In" (11/18-11/19/05),
or pick up information from the
Chamber's display shelves. Also,
plans are underway for the "13th
Annual Calhoun Coiinty-
Christmas Festival & Parades"
(12/03/05). To register for ven-:
dor booths or parade entries,
contact the Chamber today
(Telephone: 850-674-4519 or E-
mail: ccchamber@ yahoo.com)!


Altha's Fourth Annual
Heritage Celebration will be held
No\. 1S-19 at the Alha
Rec rea Lion-d Complex.
The event will kickolT \ith a
bog-in on No IS.1. (iGat:- \\ll
open 'M 5 p.m withh the boe-in at
7 p.m. Arts L.and crafts \ vendors
.ire also imited to participate_
that evening.


Main Street
The regular monthly meeting
of Main Street is the first Monday
of each month at noon in the
Chamber's building. The next
meeting is scheduled for
Monday, October 31st. Please
remember to bring a brown bag
lunch.

Visitors Guide
The Jackson County News has
begun publication of a quarterly
"Calhoun County Visitors
Guide." Copies are available in
the display area of the Chamber's
office (and in many local busi-
nesses).

Membership Meetings
The October monthly member-
ship meeting was held at Cats'
Cuisine at Altha Public School on
last Thursday.
Members enjoyed a wonderful
roast beef lunch and a presenta-
tion by Bruce Ballister,
Apalachee Regional Plannine
Council, about grants availability
and economic development.
Stay tuned for details about
November's meeting. The date
and location has changed to the
second Thursday of the month
(11/10/05) and the Calhoun
County Courthouse for -he con-
venience of the Clerk of Court,
Ruth Attaway, who will host a
workshop about the Clerk's web
site.


The following day, Nov. 19,
festivities becin at 8 a.m: with
art- and crafts. blood. an antique
car sho\. and Ain antique tractor
-ho\v and pull.

For information on rc-serrnig a
booth -pace. or to enter the bog-
in or ica-r Ihow\. contact Atha
To\in Hall ait 762-32S0.


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Altha's Annual Heritage


Celebration Nov. 18-19W


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