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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 2005
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2005 0 99th Year, No. 12 N BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Crack


dealer


arrested


insting

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An undercover drug investiga-
tibn led to the arrest of Curtis
Huie and Kathy Fortner Friday.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office. Sgt.
Mark Mallory utilized an inform-
ant to purchase S200 in crack
cocaine from Huie at his Canal
Lane apartment. After the sale
went down. Huie was appre-
hended as he attempted to flee.
An arrest team. including Sgt.
Mallory, Maj. Roman Wood, Lt.
Michael Bryant. Dep. Chris
Porter. Dep. Eddie Dalton. and
BPD Ofc. Juett Melvin, searched
the apartment and seized two
pieces of crack, a half gram of
powder cocaine. S340 cash and
a list of names and dollar
amounts believed to be transac-
tions. Fortner, who was in the
*apartment, was found with a
S Sie STING, page 11


FOR THIS WE GIVE THANKS: Little pilgrims and Indians gathered around picnic tobles at Corr School Friday to re-enact the first
Thanksgiving Pre-schoolers in Tanya Black s class at Carr hold the event every year enjoying treats and making old fashioned crafts.
Shown above are (from left) Cane Miller. Hanna Brown. Zeb Kelley, Koyla Rich, Gavin Swearingen, and Clark Kelley

CONSIDERING CONSOUDATING



Officials reviewing options for



Calhoun County school facilities


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Decisions. decisions.
Calhoun County School
Board members have been tak-
ing a long, hard look at the
state of the five local school
facilities and are now faced
,with the task of deciding what's
best for the future of the school
district.
Educational Facility. Planner
John A. 'Watson, Ph.D., of
Tallahassee, has been trying to
Make this tough decision easi-
er for the board by presenting
some clear options. Over the
past few months, public meet-
ings have been held at each
School and a meeting to dis-
cuss the state of all facilities
was held last Tuesday at the
courthouse..
"We were asked to do a facil-


Ities-aeseament. and paint the., systepi-is-truly- ~Iavngg in-tffifce
picture for them," Dr. Watson spacq. "They really d6n't have
tells The County Record. any district administration
Dr. Watson came up with offices., he says. "They're in the
four plans for the School courthouse basement and an
Board. Plan A is described as old house down the street. You
"business as usual" with no don't have a warehouse, you
new schools constructed and don't have a lot of things most
doing renovations on existing school districts have."
facilities as necessary. Plan B He points out that the exist-
would be converting the exist- ing 'BMS, although not in the
ing Blountstown Middle best shape for a school, would
School, built in 1955, to dis- be suitable for offices. "This is
trict administration offices. what they do in a lot of districts
and sending all the BMS stu- find an old school that really
dents to Blountstown High, isn't working and it makes a
making it a middle and senior nice complex for tlipm."
high school for Blountstown As for constructing a new
students. Plan C suggests con- countywide middle school, Dr.
averting BMS into district offices Watson says it would provide
and building a countywide more opportunities for all sixth
middle school for BMS, Altha. through eighth grade students
and Carr students in sixth in the school district. "You put
through eighth grades. Plan D them together and you've got a
suggests making BMS a district nice. little middle school," he
office facility, turning BHS into remarks. "Then you'd be able
a countywide middle school for to provide a real nice curnu-
BMS, Altha, and Carr. and con- lum, state of the art with sci-
structing a new Calhoun ence and computer labs and all
County High School for BHS those type things."
and Altha students in ninth How;ever, he says the school
through twelfth grades. In all board .could get a double bang
the plans, elermehtary schools for their buck by doing some
would remain in their current improvements at BHS and
locations. maldrig it the countywide mid-
Dr. Watson says the school die school, then constructing a


new county high school. 'BHS
has some relatively new build-
ings, but there are some old
buildings in back of the school
that need to be replaced. The
See SCHOOL, page 11


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TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS


Moms,


sons are


injured in


crashes
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A pair of- traffic crashes over.
the past week left two moms and
two small children injured.
The first accident occurred-
Friday morning around 7:30
a.m. on CR 275. Tiffany BTyrd
was behind the wheel of her,
vehicle when it crashed, result-'
ing in injuries to her and her.
five-year-old son. Neighbors iand
passersby assisted them at the
scene until help arrived.:
Fortunately. they were away
from the car when it burst into-
flames. Byrd and her son were.
flown to Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital where they were treated:
and later released.
The next crash happened'
Tuesday morning just before 9
a.m. when Kristy Robinson of
Mexico Beach was traveling on
SR 71 South between
Blountsto\wn and Scotts Fer'ry
Her SUV rolled over. landing in a:
ditch and ejecting her. Bruce:
Hall of Blountstown was on his,
way to work and came upon the
crash site. He found Robinson
laying next to her vehicle with
injunes to her arms. legs. and
back.i S-conds after Hall walked
up, Robinson's two-year-old son.
Hayden, crawled out of the SUV.
The child was comforted by Hall
and other passersby who
stopped to assist until authori-
ties arrived. Both Kristy and
Hayden were taken by
Emergystat ambulance to
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital to be
treated for injuries.
Both accidents were investi-
gated by the Florida Highway
Patrol.

ELECTION

H si, Norris

to seek office
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The 2006 election season is
already heating 'up with two
more candidates stepping for-
ward.
Danny Hassig. Jr. and Sheryl
Norris have both announced
plans to seek the School Board
District 5 seat. currently held by
Doyle Daniels. No word on
whether Daniels is'seeking re-
election.


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 23, 2005, Page 2


Lettersito the EdIItrT


To the Editor:
An observation in this week's
County Record on page two,
"Pedestrian acting nervous bust-
ed for drug paraphernalia."
I'm not sure that Ofc. Creamer
may have violated Mr. Peterson's
civil rights. In the report as writ-
ten, Peterson was walking, then
it says he was lingering near a
parked truck. How can he be
doing both walking and lingering
at the same time? How do you
notice that a person walking
away appears intoxicated? Is
walking on the street in your
neighborhood a reason now to be
suspicious or appear nervous? Is
wearing baggy pants make a per-
son suspicious or appear to be a
criminal? Why did Ofc Creamer
want to search this person?
Where was the probable cause?
Had a crime been committed and
Mr. Peterson looked like a
described suspect? Is there now
a law against walking or riding a
bicycle?
Somehow I'm confused. I
thought that the first ten amend-
ments to the Constitution was
known as the Bill of Rights and
protected people from unreason-
able searches. Why would Ofc.
Creamer need to search this per-
son for his own protection when
this person had not observably
violated any law? Did this officer
see drugs or drug paraphernalia
prior to beginning this search or



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did this officer announce that he
was searching for drugs?
I know that if I was the victim
of this act, I'd be screaming my
cause to the ACLU, and making a
civil rights case against the police
department.
This doesn't mean that I advo-
cate the use of illegal drugs. I
wish all the dealers and users
was doing hard time. Of course,
being a retired Corrections officer
I know there is no such thing as
hard time. Hard time 'went out
with the "chain.gang". That's very
sad, we need the chain gang to
show the kids that will follow the
crime trail as a profession that
crime don't pay.
We also need better trained
officers that know and respect
people's civil rights. It's sort of
like watching a deputy from
some other county driving
through our county at ninety to a
hundred miles per hour while the
rest of us are driving fifty five or
sixty as posted.. What gives them
the right to violate the law? What
gives a State Trooper the right to
use a state vehicle to go shopping
on? After all, it's the tax payer
that pays for the cars and the
gasoline.
It really burns my goat when I
read some of the reports in the
paper. A badge and a uniform
doesn't give a person a right-to
violate, whether it's civil rights or
unlawful speed.

Mike Bailes
Altha
674-1569

To the Editor:
As a current resident of
Gulfport. lMssissippi I can testify
to the devastation that Humcane
Katrina caused. Hundreds of
lives were lost. thousands of
homes were blasted down to the
slab and nmllions of people were
left homeless and helpless But
there was at least some good that
came from all that bad.
On the morning of August
27th the Gull Coast woke up to
find a Category 5 hurricane spin-
iing toward the coast. All the
forecasters said to expect landfall
between New\ Orleans and
Mobile... Gulfport is dead smack
in the nuddle 1 wanted to get my
wife and son (and m self) out of
the way of this monster, but I

See LETTERS, page 14


Altha Heritage Celebration






Thi Cdu~nty Record, NOVEMBER 23, 2005 Page 3'


Panhandle Pioneer Settlement to host...



'Syrup Making Day' Saturday


The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, a nonprofit organiza-
tion dedicated to the preserva-
tion of rural life in the Florida
Panhandle, announces its annu-


SKyndal Denton Edwards and Joshua Clay Williams

Edwards, Williams plan


December 17 ceremony


Doug and Flor Edwards and
Joe and Kim Milligan would like
to announce the marriage of their-
daughter, Kyndal Denton
Edwards, to Joshua Clay
Williams. They were married on
September 20, 2005, by Rev.
Tom Stallworth.
Kyndal's maternal grandpar-
ents are Shorty Donaldson of
Blountstown and Claude and
Evelyn Reeves of Headland, AL.
Her paternal grandparents are
Charles and Yvonne Edwards of
Greensboro, FL.
Josh is the son of Johnny and
Brenda, Williams of Clarksville.
His maternal grandparents are
Hazel and the late George Dewey
Smith of Clarksville. His paternal
grandparents are the late Rush
and Thelma Williams of
Blountstown.


Blountstown High School and
will be attending Chipola College
next fall.
Josh is a 1999 graduate of
Blountstown High School and is
currently employed at Quincy
Farms in the maintenance
department.
A ceremony will be held on
December 17 at 6 p.m. at the
W.T. Neal Civic Center. The
bride's choice for her maid of
honor is Allison Nichole Tipton of
Blountstown. The groom's:best
man will be Sylas (Sy) Gordan
Revell of Bristol. They \ill have
several other wedding atten-
dants.
A reception will be held imme-,
diately following the ceremony.
No local invitations will be sent,
but all family and friends of the


al Sugar Cane Making Syrup Day
Saturday, Nov. 26, starting at 8
a.m.
The event will take place at the
Farmstead on the grounds of the


SETTLEMENT VOLUNTEERS Falr,.:, Mritcrhell (leit) onJ Rjust' PFte ..ere
busy cutting sugar cane recently at the Pioneer Settlement farmstead.
The Settlerrent will be turning the cane into syrup on Saturday.


Driver safety course set


Kyndal is a 2005 graduate of couple are invited. The Calhoun CouLnty Library
S is sponsoring the AARP Driver
Safety Program, to be held at the
S hnr s m library at 16908 N.E,. Pear Street'
Sa in Blountstown, on December 5
beginning at 8:30.
Plan now to attend the dancing pleasure. This is a one day eight hour
Christmas Gala, a Benefit, spon- Attire is dressy or semi-for- classroom refresher to help driv-
sored by Libeity County Arts mal. Cost: $50.00 per person, ers 50 years and older to improve
Council, Friday evening, Reservations required by their skill and prevent crashes.
December 2, starting at 7:30 November 25. For reservations, It covers age-related physical
p m-i (EST). This i' a miiajor fund :dl ion. of fth fullui~tl nu ni clh:u.i < r in pl'lrcepl.ioni and re.e-ic
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entertainment. at the Veterans' The profits from this fund Florida law requires all auto
Memonal Civic Center in Bristol. raising event will help bring insurance carriers to offer a dis-
"Southern Satisfaction" from artistic events to the Liberty count on premiums to qualified
Tallahassee will be the featured County Civic/Cultural Center for graduates aged 55 and older
band. By special request. Liberty children and their families. An Policyholders should contact
County's own "Purple Passion" exciting program for 2006 has
Band with Ernie Sumner at the been planned and \ill continue
keyboard. Janice Sumner. vocal- to grow with the support of our FA I6I 7
ist. David Peters, lead guitar. Roy communit-y.
Parker. bass guitar and Mike
TravlQr on the drums will also be
performing ior %oLtr listening and AE


Sr. Citizens


plan cruise


to Alaska
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens/CalCo Travel has
planned a cruise to Alaska set for
Sept, 16-24, 2006;.
On Sept. 16. we will fly to
Seattle. Washington. for an
overnight .-at the Crown Plaza
Hotel. We'll change and get ready
for a fernm nde over to Tillicum
Village where \we will 'have a
'sa'mion bake" and watch a
show : ,,; .::. .
The next morning you will
have time to four Pike, Place
Market. In the afternoon, we will
board the Norwegian Star for a.
seven-night cruise. We will visit
Juneau. Skagwva. Ketchikan' ,
Victoria. and cruise the inside
passage and Glacier BaY'.
The trip includes NMotorcoach
to and from the airport. airfare
from Tallahassee/Panama City
to.Seattle. overnight in Seattle,
ferry and dinner/show at
Tillcum Village. full breakfast at
hotel, seven night cruise.,port
taxes.-transfers and driver's tip.
Cost of the trip is inside 824489
single. S1659 per person/double: B
Oceanview cabin 82889 single.
$1899 .per person/double:
Balcony cabin $3489 :single,
82299 per person/double.;. '
Deposit of $300 ,is due by
January 2. 2006. Consecutive m
payments of 8300 monthly are
due by .the first of.each month.
Final payment' is due JAuly 1,
2006. Visa/MasterCard will be
Accepted. : ,:
Call M anlyn or Sarah at 674-
S4163 to sign up.


S.EMAIL US! I

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Panhandle Pioneer Settlement,
Sam Atkins Park, off Hwy. 20
West of Blountstown. Look for
the signs.
In recent months, syrup mak-
ers have come under scrutiny by
state officials seeking to impose
costly regulations on all syrup
makers even those who simply
make syrup on a small scale
such as the volunteers at the
Pioneer Settlement. Willard
Smith, founder of the Pioneer


Settlement, is working to pre-
serve the old time tradition of
syrup making. He and a commit-."
tee of other syrup makers, as":
well as those in the honey indus-
try, recently met with state offi-
cials on the matter and vow to
continue their effort to keep such
rural traditions alive.
For more information about,'
the Settlement, go to www.pan-,
handle pioneersettlement.org
or call 674-3050.


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An AARP volunteer instructor
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There is a ten dollar fee to cover
the cost of the student book.
Persons interested may call 674-
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 23,2005, Page 4


DOLLIE MAE WOOD
Mrs. Dollie Mae Wood, 90, of
Bristol, passed away November
19, 2005, in Blountstown.
She was a native of Omega,
GA and moved from Moultrie, GA
to Bristol in 1945. She was of
the Pentecostal faith, and was a
loving mother, grandmother,
great, grandmother and great,
great grandmother.
She was preceded in death by
her husband of 61 years, Arthur
Wood, who died in 1995 and a
daughter, Velma Stoinoff.
Survivors include three sons:
Melvin Wood of Ocala and
Eugene and Glenn Wood, both of
Bristol; four daughters: Evelyn
Saucer of Jacksonville, Florence
Lemieux and Arthur Mae
Phillips, both of Port St. Joe and
Dorothy Ward of Tallahassee;
one sister, Clara Belle Dean of
Vidalia, GA; seventeen grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held
November 22, 2005 at 11:00 a.m.
(CDT) at the Bevis Funeral Home
Chapel in Bristol. Interment
was in the Lake Mystic Cemetery
in Bristol:
Bevis Funeral Home in Bristol
was in. charge of the arrange-
ments. 850-643-3636.

ROWELL LEOLA PALMER
Ms. Rowell Leola Palmer, 88,
of Bristol, passed away Friday,
November 18, 2005, in
Tallahassee.
She was born in Vernon, FL
and had been an operator for
IBM. Ms. Palmer had been a
member of Eastern Star and was
of the Methodist faith. She was
an active member of the New
Hope Methodist Church. Ms.
Leola Palmer was a very warm
and'loving woman. She never
met a stranger and she loved
children. :.
Survivors include: three
nephews, Dr. John Summers of
Bristol, David Palmer Jr. and
David Palmer III, of Destin; one
niece, Rae Palmer Shuler and her
husband S.R. Shuler Jr of
Bristol: one sister-in-law, Ruth
Palmer of Destin; a host of great
nieces and nephews; many
cousins and friends. 'She was
S preceded in death by two broth-
ers: David Palmer Sr. and
Swayne Palmer; one sister, Tina
SPalmer Summers arid her hus-
band J.Ray Summers.
Graveside services were held
at. 2:00 p.m. CST Sunduly,.,
November 20. 2005 fro'i; Tew
Hope Cemetery in Nc.w Hope. FL
with the Rev. Bruce Benedict offi-
ciating.
Adams Funeral Home in
Bristol, FL was in charge of the
arrangements. 850-643-5410,
www.adamsfh.com.

SEMMA HUDDY
Ms. Emma, Huddy. 69. of
I A:: tha. passed away Saturday.
November 19, 2005, at home.
She was born in Gaylord,
"Michigan to Charles and Grace
S Rhodes. Ms. Huddy is to be'
S remembered as a housewife and
great mother.
Survivors include: two sons,
Paul Goodman. and James
Huddy, both of California: one
daughter, Carol Fagen of
California; one granddaughter.
Tracy Ratliff of Altha.
A private memorial was held
S to lovingly honor and remember
Ms. Huddy. Memorialzation was
by cremation.
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PROFILE OF A GREAT
AMERICAN
Lonzle Whitfield
1925-2003
.,- :'- ,n ur'r: Henr'y Miller, once
said, '"Te world goes on because a few
men n i every geerationr believe in it
uttery, accept it unquestionably they
uni4lerriti It with their lives". This was
our father, Lonzie Whitfield. He was born
ori floember 15 1925 His parents were
Sia and 3usie Whitfield. Lonzie was the
e'j~f ch;ld in a family of twelve children.
He grew up ih the rural community of
Chipola, Florida. During his teenage
years, Lonzie worked on his uncle's farm,
and then went to' work at a shipyard.
building war ships in Panama City.
Florida.
When he turned 18 on November 15,
1943, he was drafted into the Army. He
completed basic training in the horse cav-
alry at Fort Riley, Kansas. After complet-
ing basic training, Lonzie was deployed
to the Pacific Theater to serve in World
War II. He landed in Bombay, India and
was assigned to the 425th Infantry
Battalion, known as "Meriill's Miarauder."
By the time the war ended, the 425th
Infantry had fought from India, through
Burma along the Burma Road, and into
China. Lonzie was awarded The Bronze
Star Medal, the citation reading, "For
Meritorious Achievement in Ground
Operations Against the Enemy, The
Pacific Theater Operations, on or about
17 January 1945." At the end of the War,
Lonzie remained in China for another six
months helping with the rebuilding of the
war-torn county, and the training of the.
Army. For his service to China, he was
awarded the "Breast Order of Yun Hui
Medal", along with a citation signed by
General Chang Kai Check, President of
China. Lonzie was honorably discharged
in March of 1946. He re-enlisted on July


Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements. 850-674-5449,
www.adamsfh.com.

MARY V. SEAMAN
Mrs. Mary V. Seaman, age 79,
of Blountstown, FL died
Thursday night, November 17,
2005, at the Bay Medical Center
in Panama City, FL.
Mrs. Seaman
was born on
August 11,
1926 in rI -,
Coxsackie, NY .
and had lived in
Blountstown for
the past 23
years. Mary
was a retired
seamstress. --
Survivors
include: her husband, Donald C.
Seaman of Blountstown; three
sons: Paul Mattice of
Blountstown, Robert Mattice of
Arizona, Arthur Kennedy of
Climax, NY; five daughters:
Margaret Quinnville of
Coxsackie, NY, Sandra Scalia of
Climax, NY, Virginia Gasbarro
and. Carolyn Kennedy, both of
Coxsackie, NY, Mary McNamara
of Pensacola; four stepsons:
Albert Seaman of White Plains,
NY, Ralph Seaman of
Blountstown, Ronnie Seaman of
Altha, Don Seaman of
Clarksville; one stepdaughter,
Eileen Cataldo of Blountstown;
several grand and great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held
Monday, November 21, 2005 at
1:00 p.m. (CST) at the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Tom 'Stallworth officiating.
Interment followed in the Pine
Memorial Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Peavy Funeral Home in
Blountstown, FL. 85-674-2266.

E.G. SUMMERLIN
Mr. E.G. Summerlin, age 89,
of Clarksville, FL died early
Friday morning, November 18,;
2005, at the Calhoun Liberty
Hospital in Blountstown, FL.
Mr. Summerlin was born in
Jackson County, FL and has
lived in Calhoun County all of his
life. He was a retired mechanic
and was a member of the
Holiness Faith.
E.G. w\as preceded in death by;
his;-- firsy., .wife. Leero Bailey
-Sui~rrmeriiih. and daughter. Linda'
Nichols.

Survivors include; his wife,
Mildred Summerlin of
Clarksville; two daughters:
Bernice Whitfield of Bristol,
Joyce. Brown of Blountstown; two
stepdaughter's: Evelyn Spires of
Cottondale. Debby Tharpe of
Alford; two stepsons: Carl Neel of
Blountstown. Clarence Neel of
Marianna: halfbrother. Johnny
SSunmmerlin of Clarksville; twenty
four grandchildren. ten great-
grandchildren., and thirty six
great, great- grandchildren. -
Funeral services were held-
Sunday, November 20, 2005 at
2:00 p.m. (CST) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev.
Coy Collins officiating.
Interment followed in the Pine
:Memorial Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
(Peavy .Funeral Home in
'Blountsto\wn. .950-674-2266.


18, 1947 and spent that tour in Japan,
being honorably discharged one day
before the outbreak of the Korean War.
Lonzie re-enlisted after three months and
went on to serve one tour in Korea, and
two tours in Germany before retiring on
November 1, 1967, after having spent 22
years, 2 months in the Army. In addition,
to The Bronze Star and the Breast Order
of Yun Hui, Lonzie was also awarded the
Army Commen.dation Medal, Good
Conduct Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign
Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Army
of Occupation Medal & Germany Clasp &
Japan Clasp, National Defense Service
Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge 1st
Award, Honorable Service Lapel Button
WWII, Sharpshooter Badge &'Carbine
Bar, and Marksman Badge and Rifle Bar.,
After retiring. from the Army, Lonzie
went to work hs an engineer technician
for the Florida Department 'of
Transportation, retiring after 16 years.
Lonzie. was an active member of. The
First Methodist Church of Blountstown.
His many services to the church included
Chairman of the Administrative Board; a
member of the Pastor/Parish Relations
Committee, and Adult/Family
Coordinator. Of all his many accomplish-
ments, Lonzie would tell you his greatest
was his family. He spent 52 wonderful
years with his wife, Dorothy, raised three
daughters, and enjoyed four grandchil-
dren. We are blessed to have had him for
ourfather.
Lonzie Whitfield accomplished the
tasks set before him with simplicity, good-
ness, and truth, left.the world better than
he found it, looked for the best in life, and
gave the best he had. He is truly a
missed great American.
Terry Whitfield Fuller
Jean Whitfield Burgess
Pat Whitfigld Bourassa
,, .


Hospice "Tree of Lights"


ceremony Tuesday, 6 p.m.


The public is invited to attend
Covenant Hospice's annual "Tree
of Lights A Celebration of Life"
ceremony on Tuesday, November
29, at 6 p.m. at Chipola College's
continuing education building.
The event gives the communi-
ty a time to reflect, honor and
remember the lives of loved ones
who have passed.
Come out and enjoy an
evening of celebration, holiday
music and friendship with an
inspirational message of hope
given by Florida State
Representative Marti Coley. A
reception will follow the ceremo-
ny
There will be an opportunity to
make donations for a special,
limited edition commemorative
ornament, personalized with a
loved one's name. These make
unique gifts or keepsakes to


Keep God

In Your Heart
by Rev. R. W. Waterman

Faith In Him Who Is Invisible
Hebrews 11:27
Fear is a God-given ability that helps
to preserve human existence. The words
for fear in both the Old and New
Testaments can also mean awe, rever-
ence and respect as well as terror, dread,
and fear. However, unjustified, fears that
are the produci of an o'oeraciive imagna-.
tion or the Iack ol confidence benefit only
Sthe psy:criiaric prc'lession
Unfortunately, deciding which fears
are justified and which are not is, not
always an easy call.
When I was a pre-schco'l .:iild I was
afraid of being alone in the dark. No one
could tell me there was nothing to fear, for
I heard something, I saw something in the
corner. You could tell me something like
"Be afraid of the dangers you'can clearly
see. Don't waste your energy on the
invisible fears, but trust our invisible
God." Still I would fear something was in
that room, it was real to me.
As sad as it. might be, adults of faith
must unlearn part of those childhood
experiences; We must continually learn
to place more trust in God than we do in
our experiences of everyday life. Through
faith in God's Word and the unseen, pres-
ence of the Holy Spirit we can overcome
the.fears of standing for righteousness in
an unholy world.
Psalm 27:1 says, "The Lord is my light
and my salvation, whom shall I fear?" I
John 5:4 says, "For Whatsoever is born of .
God, overcometh the world: and this is
the Victory Ihai overcomeln the world,
even our fai;h ..-.-
Is our laih in our-invisible Lord.strong
today? He never fails. His'VWord ne.er
fails. The Victory is ours if we don't fear,
but have supreme faith and confidence in.
the one and only Invisible One.


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cherish. Crafts and cookbooks
will also be available for pur-
chase.
All proceeds benefit Covenant
Hospice, enabling them to con-
tinue their tradition of providing
compassionate, quality care for
patients and loved ones facing
end-of-life issues. For more infor-
mation, call Covenant Hospice at
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God saw you-getting tired
And a cure was not to be,
So He put His arms around you,
And '.. rlpere..:1 "Come to Me."
A golden heart Itoppi'e .
t:.ieatria hard working
hands now rest,.
God broke our hearts.
to prove to us
He only takes'the best.

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Teresa, Ansley, Logan,
Summer, Nick, April, and
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Pastor, Charles Royals
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Sunday Schoo,:,l...:-145 SAM
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Morning \\tship...l 1:1.1101 AM
Evening \\rship...5:01.1 PM Blountsts\\I, FL
Wednesday Sernice ..7:(II PM 850-674-4331

Meaningful Bible Study........................:45 AM
Exciting Worship ............................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship ......... ............ 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown

First Baptist Church
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STEVEN D. WARREN, PASTOR


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First Baptist children
learning sign language

Come learn sign language in
Children's Church at First
Baptist Church of Blountstown.
Sign language is an expressive
international language and will
be learning songs and Bible vers-
es \\ith it Sunday School begins
at' 9:45 a.m Children's Church
at 11:00 a.m For more informa-
tion.c all church office at 674-
5923. We are located by Regions
Bank.

RiverTown to present
Christmas production

RiverTown Community
Church wll present not your typ-
ical, YOLi DON'T WANT TO MISS,
Family Clristmas Production at
BloLintsto\wn High Auditorium.
The production \\ill be held
alter the BlIountstown Christmas
Parade Saturday. December 10th
at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free.


entertainment is free and, .1
refreshments are free.

Free groceries at Abe
Springs Baptist Saturday q

The Bread of Life FoodcC
Ministries at'Abe Springs Baptisr(
Church will give groceries awavl
on Saturday. Nov. 26. from 8 to;
10 a.m.
If you would like someone toa
pick 'your groceries up for Vou;..
you have to send a signed noted&!
by them.
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13913 SW CR275. For more-
information, call 674-5880 old
674-4376.
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Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM


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Lady Tigers hit the hard wood


Defeat Sneads in overtime


The BHS Lady Tigers kicked
off their season November 8 and
10 in a preseason tournament in
Grand Ridge. The Tigers faced
Sneads in the first game and won
Sa thriller in overtime by a score of
46-36. Thursday they faced the
home team Grand Ridge and lost
S by a score of 34-24. The Lady
* ". Tigers are excited about starting
-a new season and are working
hard on improving from last
year's season. The Tigers lost 3
seniors from last year's team. We
are hoping that some of these
young girls can fill the shoes of
last year's seniors. At this point,
S".' the young ladies look like they
Share up for the challenge. The
Lady,Tigers include:
Candace Ferguson senior,
forward. The only senior on this
:*, year's team. Hoping she will pro-
-> vide good leadership. She is an
-outstanding jumper who we hope
gets a lot of rebounds.
Laura Kastli junior, guard.
Starter from last year's team.
Laura is extremely quick and is
always on the go. She will be one
of our stoppers on defense and
floor leader on offense.
Shannie Lockhart junior,
S guard. Returnee from last year's
team. Shannie is also very fast
and runs the court exceptionally
well. She is also a threat to drive
at any time.
~ Lauren Wood junior, forward.
Sat out last year but is back
again. She is one of the best
; defenders on the team and is
extremely smart. If she gains
some confidence she will be a
Great asset offensively also.
:" Holly Jeppson junior, for-
Sward. Sat out last year but is
also back again. Sheis a great
: leader who jumps well and works
hard. She is good underneath
the goal and is aggressive.
Molly Fagen sophomore,
post. Starter from last year's
team. She was a. guard last year.
and has moved inside to play this




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hard and is aggressive on
defense. We are looking for Molly
to be a leader on both sides of the
ball.
Allison Jones, sophomore,
guard. Suffered a broken ankle
and missed most of last season.
If her ankle stays well she could
be the go to girl on offense.
Allison shoots and drives very
well.
Ashley Gates sophomore,
guard. Returnee from last sea-
son. Ashley shoots the ball real-
ly well and knows how to take it
to the basket. She has good
court awareness also.
*Satyria Everett sophomore,
guard. Returnee from last year's
team. She has a good shot and
can be aggressive on defense. As
she gains confidence she. will
become more and more of a
threat.
Samantha Dwiggins sopho-
more, post. Returnee from last
year's team. Samantha is one of
the tallest players on this year's
team and will be needed a lot
underneath the basket for
rebounding and putting shots
back in.
*Brittany Monlyn sopho-
more, post. The tallest player on
this year's team. Brittany is
aggressive on defense and is get-
ting better offensively. She will
be needed down the stretch.
*Catherine Gurralicio sopho-
more, guard. 1st year player.
Catherine has never played
before but what she lacks in1
experience she makes up in hard
work and hustle. She will get
better as the year moves on.
*Ellen Williams freshman,
forward. One of only two ninth
graders. Ellen is a hard worker
and is very athletic. She has
great court awareness. She will
push for a spot in the starting
line-up.
*Shirane Baker freshman,
forward. 1st year player.


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The Tigers will play next week
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5:30 at home against Port St.
Joe; Thursday, December 1 at
6:00 at home against Bethlehem;
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Tigers score 28 points in second halffor 35-21 victory over Vernon




Face Ocala Trinity Catholic Friday


The County Record, NOVEMBER 23, 2005, Page 7


Football games for 2005 are
done for Bowles Field in
Blountstown. But, WOW! Tiger
fans got their money's worth this
year. There weren't the blow-
outs of last year, but plenty of
fourth quarter battles the Tigers
managed to win. Port St. Joe,
Leon, North Florida Christian
and Vernon...twice. "It's like
we're just meant to win," coach
Johns said Monday.
After Friday night's heart stop-
ping 35-21 come from behind
victory over a very determined
and talented Vernon squad,
Johns and his Tigers will have to
really step it up a notch Friday
night when they face Ocala
Trinity Catholic for the State
Class 2B Semi-Final and a trip to
Miami to face the winner of
Pahokee and Clearwater Central
Catholic for the State
Championship.

DmIEC'ONS TO OCALA TRImTY
CATHOLIC VS. BLouNTSTOWl
The game will be played at
Westport High School
Take 1-75 to Ocala, Exit Hwy..
40...the second Ocala Exit
Take Hwy. 40 West to 80th Ave.
Go 1.5 miles...,
School is on the left.


Ocala Trinity Catholic, with
head coach former Florida Gator
quarterback Kerwin Bell, has
been ranked number one in the
state Class 2B polls ahead of
Blountstown all season. Early in
the season the Tigers set as one
of their goals a shot at OTC.
Well, they've reached that goal.
"They're 'probably the best
team we've faced in the past two
seasons," Johns. noted.
'Through nine games they had
only given up six points. Late in
the season they gave up 21 to
Union County. In the first game
of the playoffs, they, gave up 23
points to Fla. High. Last week.
they gave up 20 points in a
rematch \nth Union County."


Not only is OTC hard to score
on, they're hard to stop on
offense. "They're big on the
offensive line at 6'1" 245, 6' 260,
6'1" 370 and 6'3" 255. We've
only got one guy on our defensive
line over 200 pounds," Johns
said.
"We'll have to be better against
the pass than we were against
Vernon and we'll have to control
the clock and keep the ball away
from them. We'll need some long
drives and we'll have to score
when we have the opportunity.
Penalties will be huge and we
can't have turnovers," Johns.
pointed out.
Sounds, like David and
Goliath, doesn't it? Well if you've
watched the Tigers play this year,
it's hard to count them out
against any odds. They seem to
play better when their backs are
against the wall and they know
there's no tomorrow unless they
win. They don't quit. And, as the
print on their t-shirts boldly
states, they "REFUSE TO LOSE".
With the third quarter three-
quarters gone Friday night, it
appeared Vernon was poised to
end the Tigers' hopes of advanc-
ing in the playoffs. Leading 21-7
and in total control, Tiger fans
Figured one more score by the
visitors and it was all over.
Vernon fans were on their feet in
anticipation of avenging their 20-
18- loss to the Tigers early in the
season, their only loss of the reg-
ular season.
As if they'd been waiting to the
perfect moment. the Tigers
:became unstoppable on offense
and 'the defense completely shut
the Yellow Jackets, down. Whei
the: momentum shifted to the
Tigers. Tiger fans knew it arid
Vernon fans found their seats. It
was over.
Vernon scored on their first
offensive play, a 55 yard pass
play that caught the Tigers in a
blown coverage. The Tigers used
a 6 play 43 yard drive capped off
by a 13 yard Nlichael Guilford
touchdown run to tie the score at


7-7 in the first quarter.
Vernon put one more score up
in the second quarter on a two
yard running play that gave the
visitors a 14-7 lead at intermis-
sion.
The Yellow Jackets marched
down field in the third quarter
and scored on a 31 yard pass
play to the endzone. "I really
think had Titus Overholt not
slipped on that play he would
have either intercepted or broken
up the pass," Johns noted.
Late in the third quarter, the
Tiger defense made a strong
stand and the offense took over
at their own 25. Five plays later,
Chance Attaway found a seam
up the middle and raced the final
25 yards for a touchdown. Jacob
Williams' first of five extra points
cut Vernon's lead to 21-14 with
58 seconds left in the third quar-
ter.

The Tiger defense led by Jamie
Willis and Ryan Baker all of a
sudden found a way to apply
pressure to Vernon's quarter-
back forcing a punt. The Tigers
took over at the Vernon: 43. Six
plays later, on fourth down,
Guilford passed to Attaway.down
the middle for 20 yards and a
touchdown. The score was tied
at 21-21 after the PAT.
Less than three minutes later,
Junior defensive back Chase Cox
came up with the play of his life
intercepting a Vernon pass and
returning it 35 yards for the go-
ahead touchdown.
Less than two niinutes' later,
the Tigers had the ball back and
Attaway raced through the mid-
dle for 25 yards and his third
touchdown with 52 seconds left.


With no timeouts left, Vernon
elected to take a knee on their
last two plays.
The Tigers had one of their
lowest productions on offense
this year with 167 yards rushing
and 84 passing for 251 yards.
Vernon passed for 201 yards but
managed only 33 on the ground
for 234. One of the key differ-
ences in the game was that
Vernon lost three fumbles and
threw two interceptions. The
Tigers had no turnovers in the
game. The Tigers lost 50 yards
on 5 penalties and Vernon lost 5
yards on one penalty.


Blountstown controlled 25:09 of
the clock to Vernon's 22:51.
Attaway, after a big second
half, finished with 92 yards on
16 carries.. Guilford, who was
forced out of the pocket on
numerous pass plays, had 36
yards on 17 attempts, Arsenio
Ivory rushed for 24 yards and
Ryan Baker added 15 yards on
the ground.

Guilford was 4 of 10 passing
for 84 yards and the 20 yard
scoring pass to Attaway.
Overholt had three catches, for
64 yards in the game.


Defensively, the Tigers fin-
ished strong with Jamie Willis
leading the attack with 15 tack-
les and one sack. Baker had 14-
tackles including two sacks and
a fumble recovery. Chaz Johns
' had 14 tackles followed by Corey.
Silcox and Josh Savell with 10
each. Chase Cox had 9 tackles
and the big interception for the
touchdown. Attaway had 8 tack-
les and a fumble recovery.
Clarke Purvis also had, a fumble
recovery for the Tigers. Titus
Overholt had the other big inter-
ception for the Tigers, his sixth of
the'year.


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Tickets for a charter bus ride to Ocala are on sale Wednesday at
Hungry Howies in Blountstown for $30. The bus will leave BHS
a 11:00 a.m. on Friday from BHS. There are only 65 seats avail-
able. You must pay when you sig up. If you do not sign up by
the end of the day Wednesday, you will need to show up Friday
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Calhoun County has




top grad rate in state


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun County school
administrators, educators, stu-
dents, and parents have plenty to
be proud of after a report
released last week shows the
local school district has the top
public high school graduation
rate in Florida.
Governor Jeb Bush and
Education Commissioner John L.
Winn made the announcement
last Wednesday that Florida's
graduation rate increased to 71.9
percent in 2004-05, up slightly
from 71.6 percent the previous
year. However, Calhoun County's
rate was substantially higher
than the Florida average: an
impressive 94.3 percent, up from
90.5'percent in .2003-04. Gulf
County followed with a rate of
91.4 percent and Liberty County
came in third at 90.4 percent.


The lowest rate in the state went
to Gadsden County with only
45.9 percent graduating.
"Our teachers have shown
how much they care about the
achievement of our students
through their hard work and per-
severance," says Mary Sue
Neves; Calhoun County's School
Superintendent. "Our adminis-
trators and support staff have
made every effort to support our
teachers by making sure every-
thing they need is accessible and,
available to them. Our students
and parents are also to be com-
mended. Without their effort and
support, none of this would be
possible. Traditionally, the peo-
ple of Calhoun County have
always placed a high value on
education for their children.
These values come through loud
and clear when a small district
like ours can be number one in
the state."


Neves says the Florida
Department of Education bases
its graduation rate on data that
follows every student from ninth
grade to graduation, yielding a
more precise calculation.
"Florida stands alone nationally
in its practice of documenting
individual student records to
determine a true, four-year grad-
uation rate," she points out.
The state's rate has increased
dramatically since 1998-99 when
the rate stood at 60.2 percent.
This year marked the highest
number of graduates the state
has ever produced, surpassing
last year's total by more than
6,000 graduates. Additionally,
Florida's, annual high school
dropout rate steadily declined for
the sixth straight year, dropping
to 2.8 percent.

SUBCRBETOAY


I Nov. 28-Dec. 2
* Nov. 28 Stew beef w/gravy,
steamed rice, lurnip greens.
Fruit cup, .cornbread, low-fat or t
whole milk
Nov. 29 Taco w/meat,; cheese
& taco sauce, f.f. potatoes, ,
lettuce & tomato, fresh fruit,
cookie, low-fat.or whole milk
Nov. 30 Chicken salad on
g lettuce leaf, sliced tomatoes, .
Ssaltinecrackers, w.k. corn, U
fresh fruit, low-fat or whole milk -
Dec. 1 BBQ chicken sandwich,j
f.f. potatoes, steamed carrots,
fruit cup, low-fat or whole milk
Dec. 2 Hotdog on bun, !
macaroni w/cheese, green
beans, fresh fruit, cookie, low-
fat or whole milk
Sponsored by
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REGIONAL JOB FAIR

NOVEMBER 29, 2005

4:00 PM 8:00PM

Location. Old Marianna High School Gym.
2979 Daniels Street Marianna, Fl

Family Dollar Distribution *Sallie Mae *WestPoint
Jackson County Board County Commissioners- *Family Dollar Distribution
Anderson Columbia *Po' Folks *Jackson Hospital *Melvin Engineering
Courtyard at the Mill Pond *Woodall's Heating/Cooling *X-treme Boats
WalMart *Tek Systems *,Washington County Rehabilitation
Calhoun County School District
This is just a partial list of the companies that will beo in attendance. More will be added

For information call 850-718-0456 or 850-718-0326

Chipola Regional Workforce Board, Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce,
Holmes County Chamber, Jackson County Chamber. Liberty County Chamber,
Washington County Chamber of Commerce, Jackson County Development
Council, Opportunity Florida
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 23,2005, Page 9


Blountstown FFA named BLOUNTSTOWN




state forestry champions HIGH SCHOOL NEWS


The Blountstown FFA Forestry
Team traveled to Perry, Florida,
on November 15th and 16th to
compete in the State Forestry
Competition. Representing
Blountstown were Jennie Fagen,
Max Herndon, Will Leonard, and
Nic Stoltzfus. They competed in
several areas and brought home
the first State Championship in
20 years for l3tln'lut'town's FFA
Chapter.
Team A,\c, ;n Ili .nu'nts are:
st place Tree Identification
2nd place Map
Interpretation
2nd IL.'.*' General
Knowledge
2nd pl,.ce Forest Disorders
Individual Accomplishments
are as t'l'tlowcd:
1st place High Individual
General Knowdltede Will
Leonard
1st place High Individual Tree
Identification Jennie Fagen
-1st place High Individual Map
Interpretation Jennie Fagen
1st place High Individual
Forest Disorders Jennie Fagen
Jennie Fagen was high indi-
vidual overall. She received a
$2,000 scholarship to the College
of Forestry and Natural
Resources at the University of
Florida.
This team will travel to the
National Forestry Competition in
Indianapolis, Indiana next sum-
mer. The team would like to
thank the community for all of
their support. Good luck at
Nationals!


Senior News
It is finally here! Seniors
ing Krispy Kreme Donuts ur
7. For only $4.00, a person r
coupon for a dozen delic
Krispy Kremes. This is $1.5
ular price.
The added advantage o
is that you can pick up the d
ever you like from a partic
These coupons could also
stocking stuffers!
Don't delay, buy yours to
BHS Senior. For more
please call Mrs. Amanda Mc
5724.

Band News
On October 30, the Blou
School Marching Band con
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Marching Festival at Tommy Oliver
Stadium in Panama City. The students
were judged on in the areas of marching,
maneuvering, playing, and performing.
They received an overall rating of
Excellent. Congratulations, BHS
Marching Band!
-Amanda Senterfitt


make great FBLA News
Two weeks ago, Blountstown High
)day from any School's FBLA Chapter traveled to
information, Bethlehem High School for the annual
;Ghee at 674- District II Fall Rally. The rally included the
introduction of the area high schools by
-Joe Danie/s their presidents, the introduction and
installation of the District II Officers, and a
presentation by guest speaker Brian
ntstown High Godden, a former WMBB News 13
npeted in the anchor. Mr. Godden spoke about the
Association importance of having a good educational
foundation in order to be successful in
life. BHS Chapter President for 2005-
2006 is Maegan Davis, and the advisor is
Mrs. Debra Perdue.'" .
-Jessica Metcalf


What Are We Thankful For?
Thanksgiving is a time to join with
friends and family and reflect on all of the
wonderful things in life. At BHS; students
are very thankful for the blessings in their
lives and have shared some of the things
that are mos: precious to them
Carlos Hall "I am thanklul for our
school and the wonderful teachers that
help me get an education."
Samantha Wriliams "I am thankful for
my friends and family They have been
there for me through thick and ihin and
sJpported my hopes and dreams."
Kayla Arrant. 'I am tianliul for my
greal family and the invention of the
phone."
.Sarnaantha Bailey "I am thankful for
my family."
Amanda W\ilihams '1 am thankful for
teachers."
Kaitlin Peacock: "I am thankful for
family, friends, and food."
Tanya Savell: "I am thankful for my
family and friends and the fact ihat I am a
senior!"
Ashley Whitfield: "I am inanklul for
God, freedom, my family, friends, and,
horses."
Nikki Bernhard: "I am thankful for my
family and freedom to enjoy life how I.
Pleasee"
SAshley Gingerich "I am thankful for
my family. friends. and the lact that I lihe
in the land of the free and the home of ihe
brave
Kate Atkins I am thankful for my
family, friends my dog Riley, and most of.


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all, God."
Jennie Fagen: "I am thankful for fried
food, friends, and freedom."
Staci Pittman: "I am thankful for fam-
ily, friends, my dogs, indoor heating, and
blankets."
Candace Bailey: "I am thankful for my
family, friends, boyfriend, and my life!"
Chelsea Faircloth: "I am thankful for
my wonderful family, friends, a good
school,mny church,.and my dog."
Adam Richards: "I am thankful for
good health, freedom, God's Grace,
warm weather, and Florida's beautiful
beaches."
Holly Jeppson: "I am thankful for
EVERYTHING, especially BHS VOLLEY-
BALL!"
Laura Kastli: "I am thankful for my
friends and family!"
Lauren Wood: "I am thankful for fam-
ily, friends, freedom, food, and BHS VOL-
LEYBALL!"
Jay Sweinhart: "I am thankful for my
friends and family."
Jeffrey Stewart "I am thankful for my
family and friends
Amanda Whitfieid "I am thankful for
family friends, and my dogs."
Ricky Mercer: "I am thankful for fami-
ly, friends,, and sports'!"
Kyla Shiver: "I am thankful for my
best friend, family, and education."
T.J. Watts: "I am -hankful for my
friends and family."
Jeremy Watson: "I am thankful for my
friends and. family!" -
-Kay/a Parish and Staci'
Pittman '
FYI
Nov. 21-25 Fall Break
Nov. 28 FSU Admissions Meetirid


With Seniors and.Juniors at 10:30 A.I\
Nov. 29 Calendar Couple/Ser
Favorites/Hall of Fame.Pictures bec
ning at 1:00 P.M.; Boys Basketball
Holmes County-Home-6:00/7:30
Dec. 7 Third Senior Trip Deposi
$1.00.00 due; End of Senior Donut Sa
Dec. 8 Chorus Concen. Madr
Dinner-W.T. Neal Civic Center-7:00 P.
Tickets $15.00
Dec. 10 ACT Test
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Voleyball Banquet
On November 14th, a banquet
was held to honor those who par-
ticipated and volunteered their
time during this year's volleyball
season. The 'awards. are as fol-
lows:

Middle School (Right photo)
Best Defensive Player: Heidi
Bailey
Best Offensive Player: Shayla
Chason
Most Improved: Kaycee Yon
Best Offensive Player: Cortney
Harris
Best Defensive Player: Sierra
Chason

Junior Varsity (Bottom right
photo)
Best Offensive Player: Taylor
Shelton
Most Improved: Kristen Yon
Best Defensive Player: Ashley
Smith (not pictured)

Vtrsity,(Top photo)]
Lady Cat Award: Tiffany Betts
Senior Award: Tiffany Betts,
Brooke Lee, and (not pictured)
Angela Byler,: Mary McIntosh,
and Kathryn Nichols.
Best Offensive Player: Tory
Lipford
Best Defensive Player: Cherie
Hires
Most Improved: Ashley Adklns

Plaques
Scorekeeper- Anna Nichols


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Manager- Brett Floyd


Thanksgiving Baskets
The students, faculty and staff
at Altha Public :School recently
contributed to donations for
Thanksgiving Baskets for fami-
lies in the community. Junior
and Senior: FCA, along with
Junior Beta, coordinated the
charitn event. All the donations
were put together to make five
Large baskets., The baskets were
delivered on Friday, November
* 18. .
Five families of financial need
will each received a basket.
Altha School is extremely proud
of its students for their donations
to help families in need.
Students and faculty at Altha
Public School would like to wish
everyone a Happy Thanksgivingl
By: Justin McCoy


Study in Spain


credit at the beginning level.
Each student. will reside with
a Spanish family in a room
shared with one or more stu-
dents from the college.
Cost of the program is $2,250
which includes: lodging half
board (two meals a day) with a
Spanish family; ground trans-
portation and guides for cultural
excursions to Malaga, Granada,
Ronda, and/or Baelo Claudia;: all


entrance fees for museums and
monuments; and other extracur-
ricular activities.
SAdditional costs include
round-trip airfare to Malaga,
Spain: passport fees; transfers to
and from airports and bus sta-
tions; books; optional tours and
spending money
For information, contact Dr.
Ebel at 850-718-2282, or email
ebelm@chipola.edu


Calendar
Nov. 28 Progress Reports
Dec. 9 Family Breakfast


Local libraries

willbe closed

Nov. 24-27
All Calhoun County libraries
will be closed Nov. 24-27 for
Thanksgiving holidays. All
libraries will be open again on
Monday. Nov. 28. Happy
Th..-anksgling!


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GED testing Nov. 30-Dec. 1


Mary Sue Neves,
Superintendent of Schools
announce that the General
SDevelopment Test (GED) will be
iven in Calhoun County on
Wednesday, November 30, and
thursday, December 1, 2005
beginning at 1:00 P.M. each
afternoon. The test site will be at
the Calhoun County Adult
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Legal Notice
T IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-335
MELLIE 0 SHELTON, ALVIN DEAN SEWELL.
VVIAN TAYLOR, ROBERT FLANDERS, and
INRY EDWARD BROOKS,
Plaintiffs,.
vs.
LOIS SIMS, M.J. PACKER, BONNIE PALLONE.
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,
BIRL'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-
RING. BARBARA WOMBLE-RICE, PAUL DAVID
LEE, TIMOTHY W. LEE, ROBERT LEE, DEBBIE
iBE, ALLANA LEE, ALLEN POE LEE. DAVID
SBOUDER, 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 a/k/aJ.B.SEWELL,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
I TO: ALL DEFENDANTS, and any other
L#NKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEE, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES. a LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES. and ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
THROUGH. UNDER, OR AGAINST THE ESTATE
OF JOHN BRYANT SEWELL a/k/a J.B.SEWELL
fYOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to partition
the following property in Calhoun County,
Flrida:
S All of the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of
Section 24, Township 2 North, Range. 10 West.
Calhoun County, Florida; LESS AND EXCEPT the
following: Begin at the Nsrthwest corer 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-.
Beeinning: thence run East 1104 feet to State
R,-d .3 'r.r,:n run South 210 feet; thence run
West 1104 feet; thence run North 210 feet to Point
of Beginning.
has been filed against you and you are required to
S s re a cup:, ofiy %u i anrn dlefeire if iny, to it
.1h-\r'ADE FIERCER pli-ir.if a.ornr,, whose
~ a~ire. is 14431 La.iayic e Sr,-eer, i. arianna.
FloI" nda. 32466 r, or r iefo.re Dc:emterr 5..2005..
i l : tIle the origirn l m tmh the i:lerk of r'hi3 court.
er before serii:e .n Fain-niDT ar:mrney or
ktrICafe Lnerecaker. roherAise a defa.ji willbe
rn aerd ainaNrst \ou for trie rele demr-,ded inthe
complaint.
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INVITATION TO BID


ball field and Harvey's on Charlie
Johns Street.
Based on state law, persons
shall be eligible to take the test if
they are 18 years of age or older.
Those who meet this age require-
ment and wish to take the tests
for a high school diploma must
submit an application to Greg
Jones, General Supervisor, at the
Calhoun County School Board


Timothy Smith. Chairman
Calhoun County School Board
ATTEST:
Mary Sue Neves. Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
November 9, 16, 23, 2005


Legal Notice
ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Sheriffs Office will accept
sealed bids on the surplus vehicles listed below.
The bids will be received through 12:00 noon on
Monday, November 28th, 2005. All bids should
be mailed or delivered to the Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office at 20776 Central Avenue East.
Suite 2,, Blountstown, Florida 32424. The vehi-
cles may be viewed at the Calhoun County Airport
at the Sheriffs Hanger located at the end of
Innovation Way.
All interested persons should submit a written
bid clearly stating the vehicle identification num-
ber and the dollar amount of the bid. The enve-
lope containing the bid should be securely sealed
and clearly identified on the outside as a "Bid on
Surplus Vehicle(s)". Please direct all bids to the
attention of Sheriff David Tatum.
1997 Ford Crown Vie
1FMDU34X1VUB86870
2001 Ford Crown Vic
2FAFP71WX1X113769
2001 Ford Crown Vic
2FAFP71W51X113758
1994 Ford Crown Vic
2FALP71W3RX177442
1994 Ford Crown Vic
2FALP71W1RX160459
2000 Ford Explorer
1FMZU62E6YUB18903
1984 Datsun pickup.
JN6ND02S1EW005346
1972 Chevrolet truck
CCE332AI36195
1983 Chevrolet truck
1GCEC14H3DF370834
1998 Dodge truck
IB7HC16X2WS636369
1997 Dodge Intuepld
2B3HD46T2VH769989
Nov. 16 2,.


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF DISPOSAL
1M W SELF STORAGE REUrTALS will disCp:
of c.:.nrin ; of Si; nn "Srne #27 South, o:n
Friday. Dec. 2, 2005. The unit are believed i
contain household and/or personal property
Nov. 23, 30, 2:i,";


Legal Notice
THE CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN HAS FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS
1997 DODGE INTREPID
1996 FORD CROWN VICTORIA
1996 FORD CROWN VICTORIA
(NO MINIMUM BID)
All bids must be sealed and have the item laIr,.
ly marked on the fiont of the envelope.


Office, 20859 East Central
Avenue, Room G-20,
Blountstown, Florida located in
the basement of the Calhoun
County Courthouse. This should
be done at 4:00 P.M. Tuesday,
November 29, 2005. Persons
residing outside Calhoun County
will have to receive special per-
mission from the GED Testing
Office in Tallahassee before they
are eligible to take the test in
Calhoun County.
Please be prepared to pay the
fee for taking the tests at the time
you come fill out the application.
The costs for taking the test will
be $7.00 for each test if they wish
to take less than the full battery
of five tests, and $35.00 if you
wish to take the full battery of
five tests. It would be helpful if
you bring the correct change
when you come and register and
pay your fees. All applicants
need to bring your social security
and driver's license or picture ID
when registering. All materials
needed for testing will be fur-
nished by the school district. For
further information call Willy
Pitts, GED Chief Examiner at
674-8661.

Shiitake mushroom

workshop Dec. 1

at Extension Office

A Shiitake mushroom work-
shop will be held Thursday, Dec.
1, at 5:30, p.m. at the Calhoun
County Extension Office, 20816
Central Averiue East in
Blountstown.
There is a $5 registration fee.
Please call 674-8323 to sign up.


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Woman arrested
for stealing car
found with crack
Wanda Holland Taylor of Blountstown
was arrested Saturday for auto theft, pos-
session of crack cocaine,, driving while
license suspended or revoked with
knowledge, and resisting arrest with vio-
lence.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Sgt. Mark Mallory
received a stolen car complaint from
Charlotte Miley who advised Taylor had
asked to borrow her 1997 Buick Skylark
for 30 minutes, but had not returned it by
the following night. Later, Miley called
and reported she had spotted her car and
was behind it on SR 73 in Jackson
County. Sgt. Mallory intercepted the car
near Shelton's Corner and found Taylor
behind the wheel. She allegedly began to
scream and pull away as he attempted to
arrest her. A search of the vehicle turned
up crack cocaine and it was learned
Taylor's drivers license had been revoked
for a medical condition.


Uncle arrested
for leaving liquor
for nephew at jail
Buddy Jon Kriegbaum, 41, has been
arrested for introduction of contraband
into a county detention facility.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Lt. Sonny Coburn over-
heard a phone call between inmate
Jonathan Barton and his girlfriend and
learned Barton wanted his Uncle Bud
(Kriegbaum) to drop some items at the
jail for him near a wash rack so they could
later be retrieved by a jail trustee.
Lt. Coburn notified Maj. Roman
Wood, Lt. Michael Bryant, and Sgt.
William Strawn and they devised a plan
to intercept the transaction. As sched-
uled, Kriegbaum made the drop last
Tuesday night, leaving a brown paper
bag on the ground next to the wash rack.
Lt. Bryant then appear and placed him
under arrest. The bag was found to
cocaine rolling tobacco, a lighter, and a
Mountain Dew bottle with an alcoholic
beverage inside.


Woman accused
of stealing and
damaging car
Ashley Guilford of Blountstown was
arrested last Wednesday on a warrant for
stealing a car back in August.
According to the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Dep. Nick Keller respond-
ed to a walk-in complaint from Daniel
Holland who advised he had loaned his
Toyota Camry to his brother and he, in
turn, loaned it to Guilford. He said she
was only supposed to have the car for 30,
minutes, however, she had failed to
return over five hours later. Two days
later, Holland advised the vehicle had


been returned, but it was damaged.
Guilford was charged with grand the
and criminal mischief. She was release
Friday after posting a $3500 bond.


Sting
piece of crack in her shoe.
Huie was charged with pos
session and sale of cocaine with
in 1000 feet of a place of worship
Fortner was charged with pos
session of cocaine. Bot
remained in custody at th
Calhoun County Jail at pres
time.


Nov. 14: Sabrina Cooper, violation of county probation
Nov. 15: Brenda Hamilton, failure to appear in court/worthless checks;
Jamie McCardle, violation of state probation; Buddy Kriegbaum, intro-
duction of contraband into county detention facility
Nov. 16: Justin Black, battery, violation of county probation; Ashley
Guilford, grand theft auto, criminal mischief
Nov. 17: Jay Rackley, failure to appear in court/Gulf County warrant;
Angela Howard, failure to appear in court/resisting arrest without vio-
lence; Jason Tucker, driving while license suspended or revoked with
knowledge
Nov. 18: Edwin Vasquez, introduction of contraband into state correc-
tional facility, possession with intent to sell
Nov. 19: Cathy Fortner, possession of crack cocaine; Wanda Taylor,
possession of crack cocaine, resisting arrest with violence, driving while
license suspended or revoked, auto theft; Curtis Huie, possession with
intent to sell crack cocaine, sale ol crack cocaine
Nov. 20:' Haven Davis, driving while license suspended or revoked;
Arnold.Pitts, battery/warrant .


cafeteria and some of the wings are in
S sad shape. You could turn [BHS] into
a regional countywide middle school.
You've already got everything there
S and it would be just about the perfect
size for about 500 kids. Then,. yotu
could go and build a new regional
high school...[there would be] rough-
S ly 700 kids which is a nice little size
high school. That would be some-
thing the state would possibly be
interested in helping with funding,"
he points out. "The middle school
kids could get a new school without
spending much rir--.. i.-l ilh- ,'_-.-
- trct would set a new cotintywide
hFgh school "
Dr. Watson says state officials pre-
fer to see school faciiies reach 50.
years of age before replacing them.
Built in 1927, Altha School's main,
S building certainly exceeds that mark.
BMlS hit the 50 year status this year.
"That's the decision the board is
going to have to deal with,"' he
remarks. "Do we stay in those build-
ings and put new roofs on them and.
that sort of thing, or do we replace
those buildings?"
In addition, Dr. Watson says
county school officials need to con-
sider future growth. "They could stay
exactly where they're, at now and
replace those old buildings down at
the middle school and repair those
old buildings at the high school and'
at Altha, but your county is begin-
ning to grow now. Growth is some-
thing.they should begin to look at.
S The state projects 50 kids a year and
in 10 years that's 500 lads."
.'Whatever the board decides, pay-
ing for it i;ll .crtainly be a critical
component 'The biggest option they
Pto ,h


have right now in front of them is
financing," says Dr. Watson. "They'
can continue in the direction they are
now with a limited amount of funds
.they're able to raise at the local level,
or make a decision to apply for assis-
tance from the state If they want to,
apply for assistance from the state,
the state will only fund certain types
of projects."
According to Dr. Watson, the state
would be more inclined to pay for
new construction, as opposed to
repairing old buildings with few stu-
,ij-r'l _. ,j- ri-n l". [th '- ,-i '-,4- n- .,J-
die schiobl- studeift's "ii Calhoun
County 01 that number. 1'13 120.6',:.)
are at Carr 169 130 8",.)J are at Altha,
and 266 614.5'-.) are at BMS. On the
high school level, there ar- 632 in the
county. Altha has only 200 (31.6%),
while BHS has 432 (68.3%).
S ii hat the district has to do is
select a project in their county the
board considers to be the most criti-
cal need," Dr. Watson explains. "Then
they have to ask the Department.of
Education to bring a team over and
look at their facilities, look at their.
project, and judge it. If this team con-
siders it a serious critical need, they'll
allow the distinct to apply for fund-
ing."
Dr. Watson says the state has a
special facilities- construction
account and the legislature decides
which projects will receive funding.
Counties put in as much as they can
swing and the state covers the rest.
According to Dr. Watson, most dis-
tncts appl for a large scale'project
since the money the count\v puts in is
the same no matter the size. For


instance, if it's a $10 million project
and the county has $2 million to con-
tribute, that's what they pay and the
state picks up the remaining $8 mil-
lion. If the project is $20 million, the
county would still only put Lip the S2
million they have, with the state pick-
ing up the rest of the $18 million tab.
"That's why it's in .the district's best
interest to try and come up and con-
vince the state to fund the most
expensive project," says Dr. Watson.
"That would probably be the high
school."
SArmed wit the' l information from
Dr. Watson's report. the board riow
has the difhcult job of decidine % hat
will be best for the future of Calhoun
County schools The board has to
come together and make a decision
which direction they want to take the
county," Dr. Watson emphasizes.
"Again, it's all based on funding. If
the board doesn't want to participate
with funding from the state, they can
pretty much do what they want to do
with their own funding."
But if the Calhoun County School
District wants the state to fund
school improvement, Dr. Watson savs
the best bet will be consolidation. I
think it's probably a good plan to
take that high school and turn it into
a middle school and go somewhere
centrally located maybe around that
highway near Carr School and build
a regional countywide district high
school. It's hard to deliver a curnc u-
lum when you have a small number
of kids, so,they have minimum sizes
'for elementary, middle and high
school. That's why I think the state
would want to talk to them about


Consolidating in order to get thei
numbers up. At Altha, if they mov
the high school and middle schoc
out, they'd have room for growth ii
,:he elementary, and the elementary
grades are what's growing now. But
again, that's for the board to decide.
School board members are cur
rently reviewing the options and
, more public meetings will be set in
the near, future.


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MONICA ALEJANDRA ALEJOS
(ALEX)
11-23-90
Happy Fifteenth Birthday!!!
(Quincenera)
We love you and
hope you have a great day.
Love, your Mom, Dad and Juan
Alex will be having her 15th birth-
day party.Saturday in Bristol at
the Veterans Civic Center
starting at 6:00 p.m.
All friends and family are invited,


BIRTHDAYS


Happy "Sweet 16th" Birthday,
CORINDA NORRIS!
We love you,
Daddy & Mom, Jeremy & Ashley
Scotty & Amber, Blake,
and all the family

B A u m


ADDISYN REGINA DYKES
Tiffany and Adam of Clarksville
would like to announce the birth
Sof their daughter, Addy.
She was born September 20,
2005, at Gulf Coast Medical.
SCenter in Panama City 'Addy
weighed six pounds, 12 ounce.,
and was 20,3 inches in length.
S* Maternal grandparents are
the late Regina Terrmple Bigford
and James Bigford ,of
Okeechobee, andn IMles and
Debbie. Barfield or Ailtha. Paternal
grandparents are Tornmn, and
Becke,' Dkes of Clarksville Addy.
also has a nost of great and
Sgreat-great grandparents 'unfs
and uncles.
Add., waos welcorred home by
her Mimi. Papa Uncle Reid, and
. Aunt Aelcrl


ALYSON NICOLE STEWART
Robert and Rebecca Stewart
of Altha are pleased. .to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Alyson Nicole Stewart,,
She was born on Oct. 27,2005,
at 7:51 a.m. She weighed seven
pounds, six. ounces and was 20
inches in length.
She was welcorned home by
her brothers. Michael and
Zachary.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Angelina Desiree Jade and
SJeremy Hazelwood
Angelina celebrated her 1st
birthday and Jeremy celebrated
his 26th on November 18th. They
celebrated their birthdays with a
,big party with family friends,
Angelina is the daughter of
Amanda Knopf and Jeremy
Hazelwood of Fountain, FL. Her
grandparents are Betty and
Andrew Knopf of Fort Myers,
Glenda and Dewey Skinner of
Clarksville, the late Nancy Melton
Hazelwood of Altha and Bill and
Janice Graham of Altha.
.ngelina loves spending time
Aith her big sister -.ali-van and her
-rnomriany and.daoddJ. .
We love you; Angelina and
Jeremy from Aaliyah and
Momma


Happy "10th" Birthday
Mikayla Janine Mann
November 11,2005
Mikaylo is the daughter of;
John onr Victoria Mann and the
younger sister of Tirfan,. Toy.lor and
Justin Chamrniers Sne is the
grndcjaughrter of Janice and the.
late James Maines Jr. and the late
Shiriey Mann Johnson. and 'the
late John Mann Sr.
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day Saturday, November 19th,
with. family, and friends at Four
Mile Creek in.Clark.i.. Ile.
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Elementor,. She eniovs cairr-ping.
fishing, s.,An-ming and plE.-j, ng
with her dog and five cats..


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Resurfacing funded

on CR 275 in Abe

Springs to SR 71
Calhoun County roads will
receive some much needed
improvements, thanks to trans-
portation funding.
Governor Jeb Bush recently
unveiled more than $3 billion in
transportation improvements as
part of Florida's sweeping growth
management reforms signed into
law last June. The "pay-as-you-
grow" proposal overhauled the
state's growth management laws
for the first time in two decades to
ensure roads, schools, and water
are available to meet the needs of
Florida's growing communities.
The transportation funding will be
used to relieve a backlog of road
projects and improve major trans-
portation corridors across the
state.
SFunds designated for Calhoun
County include:
Abe Springs/Bullhead from
CR275 to SR 71, resurfacing.
These funds are from the County
Incentive Grant Program. A 50 per-
cent match is required.
CR 275 to SR 71, resurfacing.
These funds are from the Small
County Outreach Program (SCOP).
A 25 percent match is required.
CR 275 from CR 274 to the
Jackson County line, widening and
resurfacing exit lanes. These funds
are also from SCOP.


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Deadline Monday Noon FAX: 674-5008 Phone: 674-5041 E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


CARS & TRUCKS
1994 Kenworth truck with log trailer.
Call 643-8888.
2001 Ford Escort, 4 cyl., 2 dr. couple,
clean, good tires, many extras, 5-speed,
excellent condition. 1992 Chev. C3500,
1 ton, auto trans, in good condition,
clean, runs great, $4,500 OBO Call 421-
5955 or 251-7051 or can be seen at
18749 Hwy. 20, Blountstown.
1995 PontiacTransport van, seats 7,
good condition, unscraped, good
mileage. $1,750. Call 674-3052.
1993 Ford Taurus, 4 dr., V-6, PW, PD,
cruise, tilt, looks and runs good, $900.
Call 762-4139.
2001 Mercury Grand Marquis, 71,000
miles, new set of tires, loaded, good con-
dition, $8,500. Call 674-3070.
2002 Dodge 3500, 4 dr., H/O 25,000
Smiles, diesel, loaded $35,000. Call 850-
272-4141.
1997 Isusu Rodeo, red & black paint,
good condition, low mileage fully
equipped, very good first vehicle. Call
762-2283 or 850-209-9654.


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good condition, $4,000. Call 674-4772,
evenings.
1989 Pontiac, 2 owner car, 6 cycl., 4
.dr., mechanically sound, good heater,
radio and tires. $900. Call 762-9629.
1991 Mazda 929, leather interior, auto
wheels, auto steering, auto seat'belts,
$1900. Call 674-8094.
2003 Pontiac Grand AM SE, 57,000
miles, excellent condition, Call days,
674-4913 or evenings, 762-4224. $9500
OBO.

FOR RENT
2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no pets.
674-4011.
RV lots for rent. RV campersfor sale,
lease. $75 and $85 weekly.. 2 locations.
Call 674-7616.
Small 1 bdr., 1 bath house on 1/2 acre
lot 3 miles north on Hwy. 69. Recently
remodeled. Clean. $400 deposit, $375
month. Call 674-5059 or 674-5921
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most util-
ities furnished; 2 bdr: trailers when avail-
able. Call 674-4011.


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bath, (1) is $285/mo and (1) 440/mo with
all utilities included. Deposit required.
No Pets. Call 674-7616.
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trailer. Call 643-8600.


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B FOR SALE
CB radio Mangnum S-3, turbo echo.
top gun modulator, asiatic mike, paid
$350, new, 5 months'ago, asking $160.
Call 674-2637 aftet 5 00 p.m. CT.
Wringer washer for sale. Can see at
20931 NE Pine St., Blountstown:
Ladies bicycle, $45, lawn mower, like
new $50 Call 762-9629
Mobile home "tongues" for sale, used
to move mobile homes. -Call 674-7782 -
Go-Kart.-Carter 2910-TH TrailHunter -
Camo. double seat, full suspension kart
with dual wheel drive, 10HP 318cc
Tecumseh OHV engine w/remote choke
and electric start, all-time salely lights
dual 3-point seat belts, torque converter.
18 Profile rear knobby tires 16 Prolile
front knobby lires above engine equip-
meni rack. Approx speed 35 MPH Only
used about 20 hours Two years old.
New over $2500 will sell for $1700. Call
643,2139 or 566-7994.
Approx. $3000 worth of Legos with
direction booklets. Great for Christmas
gift or just for that Lego collector Will
throw in a bunch of Mego Bocks, or
Reconstructs Big selection of old Power


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Ranger figures.
2003 Honda 400-EX -4-wheeler, pur-
chased new in 2-4. Bright yellow, like
new, excellent condition, approximately
10 hours used, comes with extended
warranty. Asking $4,500. Please call
643-9890, leave message if no answer.

FREE PETS
Two adorable kittens, both ab out 7
weeks old, seeking loving homes. One is
solid black, the other is black with white
markings. Completely litter box trained,
wormed, de-leaed, and have had shots
and vaccinations requires. Both were
abandon/dumped and are now being fos-
tered until a good home can be found.
Please consider making then a part of
your family Call 674-5257.

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 60% of
our drivers get home nigttly/weekly 15-
day CDLtraining available in your area.
Call today'1-866-280-5309.

LIVESTOCK
Horses 10 year old black and white
paint barrel horse, 4 year old brown and
white mare. Call 643-8600


LOST & FOUND
Found -.Dog found with kennel on John
Gordon Bryant Road in Blountslown li's
a solid black, short legged. Dacnshund
. looking, male dog Looking lor its owner.
Call 643-6586.
SLost or stolen: 272 Husky Varnum
chain saw, missing from-back of truck in
Altna. Call 762-4484 Reward offered..
No questions asked.


MOBILE HOMES
Mobile homes for rent 5 miles North
on Hwy. 69 2 bdr, 1.5 bath, $400/mo
and $400 deposit. Water, sewer, night
light furnished. Call 850-785-6473 or
674-8834
1992 -14 x'56 Fleetwood mobile home
in Bristol. 2 bdr.. 1.5 baths, good condi-
tion. Must, move, or pay lot rent to land'
owner, $10,000. Call 643-1055, leave
message

PETS FOR SALE~
Colby & Carver and tri-pit mixed pup-
pies, asking $100 4 males and 4
females Call 674-2106
Jack Russell Terrier puppies, snrt leg
full blooded, 5 weeks old. $100 ea. Call
643-1340 hit 1 after 10 or 643-3992


REAL ESTATE
For Lease: All or part. Nice commer-
Scial 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, Blountstown;
FL 32424. Call' 850-573-6198 or 573-
7079
1993 Grand Manor doublewide for
sale, 3 bdr., 2 bath, 54 acres, mostly
wooded. deep well, city water access,
double carport front and rear porches
small workshop, large living room with
fireplace, large eat in kitchen, new carpet,
heat pump less than 2 years old on pri-
vate road, great schools and neighbors,
low taxes, reduced lor quick sale,
$105,000. Located in Hosford. Call 850-
643-1851 or 850-379-8323.
Land & mobile home tor sale in Bristol
3 bdr, 2 bath doublewide with fireplace


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1 i, 1i7 rI- W Harnna Tower R.l. Aliria Fl 3:4i21
850-762-2400 Olice 850-762-2401 Fax
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SH f Michael D. Trickey Broker ,
Ca Carla Trickey Peacock -Realtor
Calhoun Co. 80'acres of PRIME HUNTING near Jackson Co. line in
northwestern Calhoun County. Loaded with deer and turkey, Ten Mile Creek and
Jacl, CreieK IICa ihr.:ugh property. Consists of pines and hardwoods, would make a
j r e.aqIl Huni.ng reireal 1640,000 ,
New Listingl Seay Rd 79 acres -Prime development opportunity with 1320' road
frontage, zoned AG 2, 1 home per acre, 1.5 miles from HWY 231, 3.5 miles from I-
S10 exchange. Property has many hardwoods, gently rolling land, excellent for
homesites. This property lends itself to many possibilities. $6250 per acre!
SNew Listing! McCormick Lake -2005 hdme on View Drive directly across the road
from lake. This.home is a must see! Approx. 1800 SF only .4 miles from residents
only access to lake, picnic.area, playground, volleyball, swimming. .$185000
SNEW! Chipola River Beautiful waterfront property with 116' of river frontage, home
is currently being renovated by owner. Nicely landscaped lot at the end of cul de ~
sac. $168,000. Call today
NEW ,101 ACRES Zoned AG 2 1 r,:.mV per acre This prime property has lots of *
road.frontage on paved Holley Timber Rd and also fronts Palatka Rd. Located
a.ppr',:x imilefrom HWY 231 irn Jaiorn CoLunr, has many possibilities. $7100 per
acre"
NEW! (4)' Ten acre tracts. (2) tracts have frontage on HWY 73 South. Call for
oderlail Mann Se*ell Rd 10 acre. win ver, well mairinrre SW mo[le nriome wilh
". o iurniuningn 5 reds on properrv. Properr ironis; Manrn Sewll Rd anr 3-.0 f 'h
on paved Porter Grade Rd L,:Cai-rled ine 10 M1o.- s, Pon Fire Depanmerl.
S Sink\Creek Well vept 2BR.'BA home or 1 2 acre, recent renovations ne*
cabinets, paint, grearl or siarler ncr.me or e\cellen rental potential. Short drive to I-lt.
anrd Super Wail-Mlarl and LoweSc. F60 000 .
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170x140 Qi fenced 1ot. $30000. Call'
643-9890 and leave a message if need-
ed:

YAD SALE
i Two family inside sale, Sat from 7:00
- 11 00 inside T-acey's Tumblers East
* Central .Ave; Children, adult clones
dishes, riknaks, Christmas items,
wreaths,- pictures & furniture. .Call
Brenda Hurst before sale for any item at
.674-8381. Rain dr shine, lantastic buys,
don't miss this!!
Yard sale Fri. &'Sat. from 8:00 -2:00 at
69 Trailer City mobile home park.
Appliances clothing, Christmas items.
gift items 6' wood bookcase. $15, VCR.
$15. speakers. $40 Call 674-2602.


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Torreya Garden Club will hold



Christmas party December 12


BIKERS FROM NEAR AND FAR gathered to the mrer-ican Le:gi:on ir, Blountsto.vnr SJunacl, trr a 30 mile ride int
the country. The event, sponsored by Legacy Vets, was a benefit for the C:alh,-oun Co,-unr, Snerift c
Department's Christmas for the Children project, along with the Colhroun o.-cunt, Senior Citizens
Association.


Torreya Garden Club mem-
bers enjoyed a busy evening
when they met Monday,
November 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the
County Extension Building.
Pres. Jessica Bowden-opened
the meeting with a warm wel-
come to the attendees.,
Alice Williford gave the devo-
tions, using a quotation from
SFlavia: "Love is the sharing of
songs and of silences and the
holding of memories only the
heart can see." She closed with a
prayer.
Following the Pledge of
Allegiance led by James Williford,
the group was served delicious
refreshments by Hosts Roger and
Marcia Price. Using a
Thanksgiving theme, the table
sported a holiday cloth topped
with a pot of bronze and yellow
chrysanthemums, a handsome
ceramic turkey. two pilgrims.
and 'a ntouth-watering array of
goodies. As a special treat, the,
punch was flavored with some of
Harmony Vineyard's own wine.
Next business was discussed..
Jessie Mae Price, reported on
the Distrct IT Meeting in Panama
City attended by Jessie Mae and
Maa .Alice linruck. What excit-


ing news when Jessie Mae dis-
played the Silver Certificate pre-
sented to Torreya Garden Club.
The club was honored for 30
years of outstanding service to
the Florida Federation of Garden
Clubs. Congratulations, mem-
bers, on your loyalty to,the club.
Mary Alice Minnick
announced that the Yard-of-the-
Month award had beenpresent-
ed to Rhonda and Arthur Bailey
Jr., 19572 SR 71 N,
Blountstown. Drive by and
admire its loveliness.
The Christmas party will be
Monday, December 12, at 6:30
p.m. at the home of Mrs. Brenda
Stallworth.
At last-members got down to
some lively fun-filled fundraising
an "in-club" Auction featuring
both a Silent and a Dutch .auc-
tion. Then they claimed their'
booty. The Dutch Auction, held
for more valuable items. was
exciting quarters flying into the
basket as they lied to claim the
prize. It was a fun way to raise
money for our local projects -
especially beautifying the Yon
House at the Pioneer Settlement.
Press. Bowden thanked the
Hosts for the delicious refresh-


ments and all members for par-
ticipating so enthusiastically.

Christmas on the

Square vendor

deadline Friday
:The deadline for vendor appli-
cations for the 1.3th Annual
Calhoun County Chnstmas on
the Square is Friday. November
25th. All County offices are
closed for the holidays on that
date, so please note that applica-
tions should arrive in the
Chambers office by Wednesday.
SNovember 23rd. at the latest.
The deadline for registering
for the Rivertown Christmas
'Parades is Thursday. December
1st. Registration forms for the.
Blountstown Parade are avail-
able in the Chamber's display
shelves (or by calling 674-4519
f6r fax or e-mail).
To register for the Altha
Parade. please contact Altha
Town Hall 1850-762-3280). The
Altha Parade starts at 1:00 p.m.
CST. and the Blountstown
Parade starts at 5:00 p.m. CST.


PaanhadliePioneer Settlement'


Antique Tool Show &,, Sale


THE ANNUAL ANTIQUE TOOL SHOW AND SALE ,/as held Soturda, at the
Pnanandle Pioneer Settlement E:hil.,itors fr all oil .er the United
States participated, showcasing cIl kncls of tools arn.: Irnplernenrts from
the 18th to 20thi centuries. Ao i.e Toimn, Williams of Blountstownai
explains the purpose of some of the tools to hri granddaughter Mary
Beth Williams



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hated to leave. As we talked
about why we should leave and
Swhy we should stay our eyes
were on the Weather Channel.
When Jim Cantore said he w\as
heading to Gulfport we decided,
to evacuate. You just don't want
to be where Jim Cantore is dur-
ing hurmcane. season.
My brother-in-law and sister,
Jimmy and Jenny Hill of Altha,
graciously offered their home to
us as refuge from the storm so.
we headed out. glad to get out of
the way of the humcane but
sorry to leave friends and house
behind. I grew up in Blountstown
and lived here for 23 years so 1
knew my way home.
Over the next few days we
waited as Hurricane Katrina
inched closer to the Gull Coast
and eventually made landfall. As
the damage reports and pictures
trickled in on CNN we watched
with horrified fascination. It's
one thing to see 'somewhere
else' get leveled by a natural dis-
aster... 1 got a sick feeling as I
saw what w'as left of where I
worked and lived. Those days of
waiting and watching did provide'
one benefit... I got the chance to
spend some time back home.
Blountstown has changed
some over the years and one of
the biggest changes is the
library. At the library' I spent time
using free internet access to look
for information about what was'
left standing in Gulfport. My wife
Katrina (insert Katrina joke here)
and my son Luke spent time in


the children's section crawling,
laughing and thoroughly enjoy-
ing themselves. The staff was
much more than helpful; they
were wonderful and really bent
over backwards to help us. As we
drove through town everything
looked clean and well main-
tained. People wave at you when
you pass on the road here. I did-
n't even realize, how much I
missed that until I came back
home. We had a chance to eat at
a couple of local restaurants and
visit some places and people I
hadn't seen in 20 years. People
look you in the eye when they
shake your hand here and when
they say It's good to see youl .
you know they mean it.
The scenery has changed in
Blountstown over the years but
the people really haven't. Same
honest, hard working folks 1
remember from when I left. I am
proud to be from Blountstowni
and proud to carry Blountstown
with me wherever I go.
As a postscript. I have had
another chance to, come back
homer recently. My mother.
Bonnie Stokes. passed away rn
October and she wanted to be:
buried here in Calhoun Comuty.
She was born and grew tip in
Louisiana and .she lived in
Gulfport for over 20 years, but
she. wanted to make sure she
ended up here... back home.
Kevin Stokes
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