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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 2006
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2006 M 99th Year, No. 22 E


BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 N 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


CRIME


Cops nab


two after


crack sale


Saturday
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A tip from a confidential
informant led to the arrest of
two Blountstown. residents
this weekend for allegedly
selling cocaine.
Haven O'Neal Davis, 25,
and Kayla Leanne Burke, 18,
were both charged with sale
of cocaine within 1000 feet of
a school.
According to the Sheriffs
Office, Iriv. Michael Bryant,
Sgt. Mark Mallory, and Dep.
Zack Barber learned from an
informant that Burke and an
unknown male had been
attempting to sell crack
cocaine. A recorded phone
call was placed to Burke and
she agreed to meet the buyer
at the GOCO on North Pear
Saturday. Moments after
investigators witnessed
Burke sell $100 worth of
crack to the informant, a
traffic stop was initiated.
Burke was found with five
pieces of crack in a pill bot-
tle. Davis was in possession
of the marked money used in
the buy and marijuana.



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PANHANDLE CANE GRINDERS OPRY: Members of the local band, Easy Company, were joined by several friends Saturday
night as they hosted a jam session they've nicknamed the Panhandle'Cane Grinders Opry. The event was held inside
the old Frink Gym at the Pioneer Settlement in Blountstown. Above (from left), Cotton Middleton, Gary Watterson, and
Joel Hathaway pick a tune for the crowd. Easy Company is comprised of Hathaway, Charles Morris, Middleton, Mike
Donahue, Warren Nichols and Bobby Clark, specializing in new and classic country, bluegrass, and gospel. For informa-
tion on future events at the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement, call 674-2777.

TESTING TRADION



Syrupmakers seek a break




from state food inspectors


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Local syrupmakers
accustomed to cooking
their cane the old fash-
ioned way are asking state
regulators to cut them a
break. Their appeal seems
to be falling on receptive
ears as food inspectors
with the Florida
Department of Agriculture
gave the thumbs up Friday
for the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement to continue
making their "Papa's
Finest" syrup as tradition
dictates.
"We're not inclined to
regulate you at the
Settlement," Mike Massie,
an inspector with the Dept.
of Agriculture's Division of
Food Safety, remarked
Friday morning during a
meeting at the Frink Gym.
He noted that, since the
syrup is not sold off the
grounds of the 1800s vil-
lage, it would not be con-
sidered commercial.
In recent months,'
Willard Smith, founder of


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Smith (right) discusses problems small syrupmakers "
are facing with state food inspectors.
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the Settlement, has been
working alongside other
regional syrupmakers to
seek some leniency on
state regulations that he
says would shutdown
small time syrupmakers.
Some of those who make


syrup to sell to friends and
family were in attendance
Friday.
"Our goal is certainly
not to put anybody out of
business," Massie
stressed. "Our goal is to
educate and help you get


permitted."
A syrupmakers meeting
is scheduled for this
Saturday, Feb. 4, at 9 a.m.
at the Frink Gym.
Inspectors will be on hand
to discuss state require-
ments.


Lee district winner, Davis nominee


Governor Jeb Bush



selects "All-Stars"


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ASHTON LEE


MAEGAN DAVIS


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

TIvo yomug ladies in
the Calhoun County
school system have
been honored by the
Governor's 'High
School All-Star pro-
grari.
Ashton Marie Lee, a
junior at Altha High
School, has been
.named the school dis-
trict's- winner. Maegan
E. Davis was the nonm-
inee from Blountstown


High School's junior
class.
The Governor's High
School All-Stars pro-
gram honors high
school juniors
throughout Florida for
academic excellence,
leadership and com-
munity activism.
In it's.fifth year. the
program rewards stu-
dents who are high
achievers. To be
selected. students
must have at least a
3.0 grade point aver-


age; a good discipline
record; participate in
extra-curricular activi-
ties such as athletics,
enrichment programs,
and school clubs; and
give their time to com-
munity service proj-
ects.
As the district win-
ner. Ashton will be
attending a luncheon
with Governor Bush in
the spring at the
Governor's Mansion,
followed by a round-
table discussion.


RECOGNMON


ITeacher


of Year'


nominees


named
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Nominees for Calhoun
County's Teacher of the Year
were announced this week. The
overall winner will be named at
a ceremony on March 2. The fol-
lowing is a brief profile of each of
the contenders:
Russell Baggett is in his
16th year of teaching and has
spent his entire career at Altha.
He currently teaches exceptional
student education to students in
7th through 12th grades.
Baggett also serves as Student
Council sponsor and vice chair
of the School Advisory Council.
He says, "Watching the students
learn and understand what
you're teaching" is the most
rewarding part of his job.
Amy Henegar Valenta, who
teaches spanish, economics and
government to students in 7th
through 12th grades, says
monotony is not what you'll find
in a teaching career and that's
why she enjoys it: "No day is
ever the same," she remarks.
"Every day presents a new chal-
lenge." Valenta has been at
Altha for the past eight years
and is a national board certified
teacher. She serves as chairper-
son for the School Advisory
Council and leads the Altha Fit
Club for students and teachers.
Mark Brogdon, a fourth
grade teacher at Altha, agrees
that variety makes his job inter-
esting. "You never know what
you're walking into when you
walk in the classroom," he says.
Brogdon taught in Georgia for a
year before moving to Altha
where he has been part of the
faculty for the past seven years.
He serves as chairman of the
school's American Cancer
Society Relay for Life team and
is a national board certified
teacher.
For the past 39 years, Ellis
Nichols has been a part of the
Calhoun County school system.
He spent 19 years at
Blountstown Elementary
School, three years at
Blountstown High, and the past
17 at Carr School where he cur-
rently serves as physical educa-
tion teacher. For 35 years, he
was part of the coaching staff for
the fighting Tiger football team.
Over the years, his greatest
rewards have come from "hear-
ing from former students I've
coached and taught."
Longtime Carr School music
teacher, Sue Leonard, has
recently entered the classroom,
teaching reading and language
arts to seventh and eighth
graders. "I enjoy getting to know
the students and working with
them," she says. Leonard's
entire 20 year career has been at
Carr.
Terri Reid, a first grade
teacher at Blountstown
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The County Record, FEBRUARY 1,2006, Page 2


Saluting


our veterans


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SGT. WILLIAM D. CAMPANA
U.S. Army, served from 1937 to
1939 and again from 1940 to
1945. Served during World War II.
Served in the Phillipines, Europe
and the Panama Canal Zone. Mr.
Campana was awarded two pur-
ple hearts and four battle stars.

Courthouse

wall of honor

is growing
Elections Supervisor Margie
Laramore and her assistants,
Melanie Aycock and Angie
Senterfitt, have been collecting
photos of veterans from local res-
idents, along with any stories
they'd like to share about their
loved one's time of service. The
photos are enlarged with a patri-
otic border, indicating the
branch of service and other
details, then displayed along the
walls outside the Elections
Office. Stories about each sol-
dier's time in the military are
kept in a binder in the Elections
Office for visitors to peruse. Any
Calhoun County resident can
honor a veteran in this way, even
if their loved one is from outside
the area. In addition, they don't
have to be a war veteran, just a
military veteran.
Photos can be delivered to the
Elections Office in the basement
of the courthouse, where they
will be scanned and returned. In
addition, photos can be emailed
to soecalco@ gtcom.net.
For more information, contact
the Elections Office at 674-8568.
Pictured here are just a few of
the many soldiers featured on
the wall of honor. In fact, it has
now grown to two walls.


STAFF SGT. WALTER M. POTTS
U.S. Air Force, retired at age 53.
Veteran of World War-ll, Korean
War and the Vietnam War. (Mr.
Potts died January 19, 2006.)
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STAFF SGT, FRANCIS J. BAKER .
U.S. Army, served for 15 years,
Including four tours in Vietnam.


SGT. 1 ST CLASS FREEMAN BAKER
U.S. Army, served 20 years, Includ-
ing the Vietnam War. Awards
include National Defense Medal
and the Vietnam Service Medal.


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I ST SGT. PARRY G. DOUN
U.S. Army, served 23 years. Served
In Vietnam War. Awards Include
Bronze Star, Korean Defense
Service Medal, U.S. Vietnam
Service Medal, Vietnam
Campaign Medal,


CHIEF PETrY OFCR. HERMAN YAUDAS, J
U.S. Navy, served 20 years. Serve
on the USS Claxton, USS Megarc
USS Lamar. Awards include the
Victory, Asiatic-Pacific, and
American medals. (Mr. Yaudas
died in 2004.)


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The County Record, FEBRUARY 1,2006, Page 3


Team meeting February 2, 5:30 p.m., Civic Center


'Relay for


The American Cancer
Society Relay For Life of
Calhoun/Liberty Counties is
just around the corner. The
next planning meeting is
February 2, at 5:30 p.m.
(CST) at the Civic Center in
Blountstown. Organizers
would like to invite everyone
to attend including all cur-
rent or past team captains
and team members. If any-
one can help in forming a
team to represent their
church, family, business, etc,
please attend this meeting, if


possible.
Relay For Life is a fun-
filled overnight event
designed to celebrate sur-
vivorship and raise money to
help the American Cancer
Society save lives, help those
who have been touched by
cancer, and empower individ-
uals to fight back against this
disease. During the event,
teams will gather and take
turns walking or running
laps. Teams generally consist
of 10 members or more.
Each team keeps at least one


Life'


team member walking on the
track at all times.
The Relay For Life will be
held in Bristol at the Liberty
County High School football
field on May 5th and 6th
starting at 6:QO p.m. EST on
the 5th and ending on the
6th.
Please contact Wes
Johnston, Event Chairman
at 762-9620, Joann
Roberson, Team
Development Chair at 762-
3377, or.Jerry Money at 643-
5306 if you have any ques-


set

s or need more informa-
or information on cancer,
the American Cancer
ety at 1-800-ACS-2345,
able 24 hours day day,
n days a week, or visit
r.cancer.org.


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Jessica LaRae Bentley and Ryan Chase Perry


Bentley, Perry will


speak vows May 6


Jessica LaRae Bentley
of Bristol and Ryan Chase
Perry of Chattahoochee are
pleased to announce their
engagement and upcoming
marriage.
Jessica is the daughter
of Lane Bentley of Bristol
and Betty Davis of
Blountstown. Ryan is the
son of Mr. John C. and
Mrs. Phillis Perry of
Chattahoochee.
Grandparents of the
future bride are Mrs.
Nettle Bentley and the late
Park Bentley of
Greensboro, FL, and
Russell and Virginia
Peterson of Blountstown.
The groom-elect's
grandparents are Ralph
and Hazel Campbell of
Wicksburg, AL, and Mrs.
Mary Perry and the late
John C. Perry, Sr. of
Portland, Maine.
The bride-elect is a
1996 graduate of Liberty
County High School: She
served six years in the


United States Air Force,
four of which were served
in Okinawa, Japan. She
also graduated from
Tallahassee Community
College with an A.S. in
Dental Hygiene and an
A.A. in General Studies.
She is currently employed
as a Dental Hygienist in
Grand Marais, Minnesota.
The prospective groom
is a 1996 graduate of
Chattahoochee High
School, and graduated
from Florida State
University with a BA in
Criminology. He currently
is employed with the
United States Border
Patrol in Grand Marais,
Minnesota.
The wedding will be
held on May 6, 2006, at
seven "o'clock in the
evening, Eastern Daylight
Time, at Dorothy Oven'
Park in Tallahassee A
reception \ill follow at the
same location.


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Matthew Thomas Crowley and Ashley Kay Hill

Hill, Crowley to wed


Saturday in Bristol


Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hill
of Bristol are pleased to
announce the upcoming
marriage of their .daughter..
Ashley Kay. to Matthew
Thomas Crowley, son of
Susan S. Crowley and the
late Thomas J. Crowley of
Gainesville.
The wedding will take
place on February 4, 2006, at
5:30 p.m. EST at the Lake
Mystic Baptist Church. A
reception will follow at
Veteran's Memorial Civic
Center in Bristol.
No invitations are being
sent locally, however, all
friends and 'relatives of the

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The County Record, FEBRUARY 1,2006, Page 4


Letter to the Editor,
Last Wednesday morning
(Jan. 18th), my husband was
out of town and my two labs
got out of their pen, which they
do occasionally and head to the
creek behind our house or the
river behind pop's. They were
seen running through pop's
yard towards the river. They
always come back. This time
they didn't.
My daughter and I rode the
roads and looked for them. We
asked around and called
places, but no one had seen
them. Two labs, one yellow
and one black, would be hard
to miss if they were running
down the highway or hanging
out somewhere, right?
Monday morning after I had
dropped my daughter off at
school I headed to the BP to
post my "Missing Dogs" sign on
the bulletin board outside. As I
pulled off of the highway I saw
.my dogs. They had been shot
and dumped together in the
S corner of my daddy's field
behind the BP. A statement
perhaps?
So this letter is to the per-
son who killed our dogs. You
know who you are. I hope you
feel justified (if you feel at all).
A friend of ours, Kyle, gave us
the yellow lab when he was a
puppy. My daughter named
him Joe. My daughter doesn't
know that her daddy had to
bury her two dogs in the corner
of her Pa's field. I hope she
never does.
Beckey Dykes
Dear Editor,
I was a single mother, not
long divorced, raising two
small boys when I met her.
She was articulate, funny,
witty, wise and a lot more.
Her kind and generous
heart were constant, as was
her loyalty and friendship. A
truly good and genuine person.
An exceptional person.
I once told her that I could
not understand why, or even
how, she could be friends with
me. She was so much better a
person than I. She never did
tell me.
You see, I always considered
myself the' fortunate one. This


woman, so together and won-
derful, was unlike anyone 1
had ever known.
Often I would call her and
unload whatever was troubling
me and she patiently and
gracefully allowed me to do so.
And I knew this was someone
who did not judge, whom I
could trust completely. And
then she would say, in her infi-
nite wisdom and compassion,
the most accurate and precise
thing.
I teased her, telling her that
she needed to hang out a shin-
gle. She would have made a
great counselor.
But she was already great at
so many things. Honestly, I
thought, what couldn't this
woman do?!
She kept me sane, she was
my guiding light, and she never
once made me feel indebted to
her. But I am. I have only
gained and grown and become
a better person through her
unwavering friendship and
love.
She had a good and positive
influence over me. And over
the years I knew how blessed I
was to call her friend.
She is irreplaceable. No one
can fill her shoes. She was
truly one of a kind.
'My very dear friend fought
the good fight, and recently
departed. Up to the end she
was the same strong decent
and fine woman she always
was in life.
I know how very lucky I was
to know her. And of the differ-
ence she made, not only in my
life, but in the lives of so many
others.
I know that what I am feel-
ing is an overwhelming sad-
ness for the loss of a wonderful
friend. I know that this aching
in my heart will gradually
lessen. But I am so very grate-
ful for having had the privilege
of knowing her. The memory of
her, and my love and respect
for her, will remain with me
always.
Maggie, you will be missed.
Rosalind C. Rauschenberg

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Former State Rep. named Chipola Alumnus of the Year


Tribute to late David Coley


MARIANNA--Chipola
College has named the late
David Coley as the 2006
Alumnus of the Year.
Coley was elected to the
Florida House of
Representatives District 7
seat in November of 2004. He
died of liver cancer in March
of 2005. Coley's wife, Marti,
also a Chipola alumnus, was
elected to fill David's seat in
June of 2005. The Coleys
have three children Kristin,
Vance and Hunter.
David also worked at
Chipola as a Special Services
Coordinator for the college's
Bachelor's Degree programs.
He was a Chipola graduate in


the class of 1982.
Coley formerly served as
an aide to Florida House
Speaker Allan Bense. He also
was a congressional aide to
former U.S. Rep. Bill Grant
and was aide to former
Florida Representatives
Robert Trammell and Jamey
Westbrook.
Coley lived most of his life
in Jackson County. He was
born in Louisville, Ky., and
educated at Chipola and
Murray State University.
The Jackson County
Republican Executive
Committee recently estab-
lished the David Coley
Memorial Scholarship at


Black History Month


events set for Feb. 18


Blountstown will be cele-
brating Black History Month
on February 18. Several
events are planned for this
day at Clay Mary Park on
River Street.
At 8:00 a.m. CST the bas-
ketball registration will take
place at the Middle School
Gym. Anyone interested in
entering a team into this
tournament please contact
Cliff Jackson at 674-9607 or
209-1684.
The parade will take place
at 10 a.m. CST starting at the
High School ending at Clay
Mary Park. Immediately fol-
lowing the parade we will
have events at Clay Mary
Park (exhibits, dancers, ven-
dors, food, baked bean cook
off, retiring of the flag, and all
sorts of entertainment). At
the same time, the basketball
tournament will be going on
at Blountstown Middle
School. If you are interested
in the cook off, please call
674-5548.
After all the events have
taken place, there will be a
banquet at the Civic Center
at 7 p.m. CST.
This is sure to be a fun
filled day, so come out and
join in on the fun. Anyone
wishing to participate or help
with an event, please contact

Peacock family

reunion planned

Saturday, Apr. 15
The descendants of John
J. and Ida Burns Peacock
will gather for a family
reunion on Saturday, April
15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. CT
at the Old Frink Gymnasium
inside the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement in Blountstown.
SA special invitation is
extended to our relatives in
the Alexander and Massey
families (relatives of Martha
Jane Alexander Peacock and
Anna Massey Peacock).
For more information, call
Kelli Peacock at 850/674-
8267 or email kelli@thecoun-
tyrecord.net.


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Brown reunion

set for Feb. 11

at Atkins Park
The children of the late
Mason and Lingo Brown will
be hosting the 21st Annual
Brown Reunion in the Frink
Gym in the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement at Sam
Atkins Park on Saturday,
February 11th from 12:00
noon until 2:00 p.m..
We will have the White
Elephant Game so bring your
old or new items for the
game. We are planning on
having a good fellowship
meeting. Also there will be
entertainment. Come and
bring a well filled basket.
All friends and relatives
are cordially invited to
attend. Dinner will be served
at 12:00 noon. For more
information call 674-5019 or
674-5215.


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Chipola President Dr.
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endowment is a fitting tribute
to David. He believed in hlp
ing people, and this scholar-
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Floridan.
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& EVENTS


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11 20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
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Happy "4th" Birthday
Jarett Cole Fielder!!
Cole celebrated his 4th
birthday on January 7. Cole is
the son of Anthony and Ericq
Fielder and the brother of
Conner Fielder of
Blountstown. He is the grand-
son of Bill and Jena Norris of
Blountstown, Roger and Trisha
Fielder and Larry and Glenda
Burch of Altha. He is the
great-grandson of Camilla
Norris of Chattahoochee and
the late Coleman and Irene
Johnson of Blountstown. Cole
enjoys going to school, riding
his 4-wheeler and making his
little brother mad.

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HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY,
DELANO REED!
Love, Dollie & the boys,
Decapolis, Daniel,
and Delandon


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Madis..n Rowe would like
to announce the L.irt, of her-
. sister. BavLee .Layne-.;Rowe,-
born August 30, 2005, at
Southeast Alabama Medical
Center in Dothan, AL.
She weighed, seven
pounds, three ounces and
was 18 inches inches long.
She is the daughter of Bobby
and Tonya Rowe of Altha, FL.
Her maternal grandpar-
ents are the late Sarah Webb
of Dothan, AL and Roger and
Cathy Webb of Headland, AL.
Paternal grandparents are
Virgil and Joyce Rowe of
Altha, FL.


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Lilly Kate was born on
November 22, 2005, at Gulf
Coast Medical Center. She
weighed four pounds, 15.9
ounces and was 19 inches
long.
Maternal grandparents
are Alfred and Pat Harris of
Blountstown. Paternal grand-
parents are Raymond and
Teresa Powell of Panama City
and Anthony and Donna
Reese of Dadeville, AL.
Lilly Kate will be sharing her'
birthday with her "PaPa",
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February 5, 2006
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Enterprise Zone Approved
The Chamber recently
received notice from the
Office of the Governor /
Office of Tourism, Trade and
Economic Development that
the Calhoun County
Enterprise Zone Re-designa-
tion is approved.
The effective date of this
designation is from January
1, 2006, through December
31, 2015. As a result of this
designation, businesses and
residents located within the
designated areas are eligible
for the financial incentives
offered by the state as well as
our local government.
The Chamber would like to
thank the Calhoun County
Board of Commissioners for
supporting this re-designa-
tion with their Resolution
dated November 29, 2005.
We would also like to
thank all of the parties who
contributed to preparing the
re-designation application
package, especially Janice
Watson, of the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council
(also on the Chamber's Board
of Directors), and Bridget M.
Merrill, Senior Director of
Rural Development for
Enterprise Florida.

Main Street Workshop
The regular monthly meet-
ing of Main Street
Blountstown is Monday,
February 6, at noon. The
meeting will be held in the.
Chamber's building. Bring a
brown bag lunch and join us!
Angie Hill and Phillip Hill,
of Hill Communications and
Merle Norman, will give a
report on the Florida Main
Street workshop, "101
Training, the Basics of tlhe
Four-Point Approach," that
they recently attended in
Auburndale, Florida.
The Quarterly Meeting of
Florida Main Street : is
planned for February 16-
18th in Leesburg, Florida.
Any member of Main Street
Blountstown, who can
attend, is encouraged to con-
tact the Chamber for details.
When Florida Main .Street
"re-activated" our local pro-
gram last year, one require-
ment was that members of
our local program would
attend these types of meet-
ings.

Annual Banquet
Don't forget that plans are
underway for the Chamber's
Annual Banquet! It is tenta-
tively scheduled for the
evening of March 23rd at the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement. Anyone who
would like to donate prizes or
awards for the Banquet is
encouraged to contact the
Chamber via telephone (674-
4519) or e-mail: cccham-


ers. Those who wish to test
their skills can take online
tests for over 150 types of
jobs. Kenny emphasized that
tax dollars pay for this serv-
ice, and other services that
the Workforce offers, and that
employers should take
advantage of these services to
enhance their employment
process.
The Chamber would like to
thank the members, who
came out in force, for this
first membership meeting of
the new year. As Chamber
President Vicki Montford
emphasized, support of the
local business members is
vital to the Chamber, and she
encourages participation in
the FLOW committees to
achieve the Chamber's goals.
As usual, the Calhoun


County Senior Citizens
Association prepared an
excellent lunch! Thank you to
Marilyn Russell and her staff!
Several new faces (and
some that we haven't seen
recently) were in attendance:
the new Postmaster for the
Blountstown U.S.P.S., Amy
Burden; Don Meyers, Florida
Public Utilities; David Berk,
the hospital consultant who
is working to save Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital; Darrin Wall,
Gulf Power; Todd McClellan,
McClellan Chiropractic; Ray
& Ruth Weidner (retired
recently to Blountstown);
Windy Ring, Bailey Timber;
Gil McDonald, Jackson
Hewitt Tax Services; Buster
Alday, Alday Insurance; and
Harry Rogers, Big River
Cypress and Hardwood.


ber@yahoo.com.
Blountstown Revitalization
If you haven't looked
around Blountstown lately,
you're missing out! The old
Piggly Wiggly Store and adja-
cent buildings in downtown
are gone! In its place,
Wakulla Bank will construct
a new bank, which will fea-
ture the "Main Street
Blountstown" look with a
brick exterior. Across from
that site, Swain's Inc.
General Store has down-
sized. On the same side of the
street, Hand Wholesale
Enterprises has many addi-
tions to his merchandise;
Alamo Tavern is open on
Friday and Saturdays, and
the Rivertown Antique Mall
has expanded its merchan-
dise from furniture and
antiques to jewelry.
Across Pear Street from
Blount Insurance, Mr.
Santo's Furniture is open
weekdays with an assortment
of furniture and knick-
knacks, and the exterior of
the Diamond Corner sports a
new look.
Across from Advance Auto
Parts on Highway 71, Roy's
Oyster Bar is under new
management and has remod-
eled inside.
At the entrance to Sam
Atkins Park at Highway 20,
The Barn has an assortment
of gifts, flowers, and silk
plants with plans for a silk
plant store in the same build-
ing.

Membership Meeting
At last month's Chamber
membership meeting, Kenny
Griffin, Business Services
Director for the Chipola
Regional Workforce
Development Board, dis-
cussed a new Workforce pro-
gram, "Prove It."
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tool that is available at the
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Tiger athletes honored at...



Fall athletic banquet


S quet to celebrate fall
sports Monday night in
the BHS auditorium. At left,
individual awards in varsity
'1~ .- '~,. football went to (from left)
SChance Attaway (Super
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L Silcox (Fernando Jackson
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''' .Memorial), and Arsenio
S" Ivory (Mr. Tiger Football
....j and Weightroom Warrior),


AT RIGHT: Lady Tiber var-
sity volleyball awards
went to (from left)
Chelsea Faircloth (Most
Digs, Sr. Award), Lyndsey
Wainwright (Sr. Award),
Holly Jeppson (Most
Kills), Kate Atkins (Hustle
Award and Sr. Award),
and Nichole Tipton
(Tiger Tough Award and
Sr. Award).


AT LEFT: The junior varsi-
ty Lady Tigers celebrat-
Sed a perfect 15-0,sea-.
..,sn. Special awards
went to (from left) Ellen
Williams (Most Improved
Player), Ashley Whiffield
(Hustle Award), and
Kaitlin Peacock (Tiger
Tough Award).


TOP RIGHT: Special
awards in varsity football
went to (from left) Chaz
Johns (Wildcat Award),
Greg Meeks (Heart &
Soul Award), Michael
Guilford (Loaded Gun
Award), and Ryan Baker
(Super Tiger Defense).


Coach Bobby Johns bid an
emotional farewell to the
Tigers. He is now coaching in
Baker County,


ABOVE: Football awards
went to (from left) Brett
Leach (Team Player Award),
Chase Cox (Dynamite
Award), Eric O'Bryan (Most
Improved), and Adam
Edwards (Coach's Award).
AT LEFT: Also taking home
football awards were (from.
left) Jamie Willis (Unsung Hero
Defense), Josh Savell (Best
Defensive Lineman), Jarrod
Phillips (Hog Award and Scott
Pybus Memorial) and Titus
Overholt (Best Defensive
Back)


AT LEFT: Individual
awards for junior varsity
football went to (from
left) Dillon Burke
(Coach's Award),
Malcolm Ivory (Best
Offensive Player), David
Mayo (Best Offensive
Lineman), Jeremy
Watson (Best Defensive
Player), and Jared Lilly
(Best Skills Player).

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Tigers defeat Gators, Wildcats, then fall to Marianna




BHS to face Altha at district


The County Record, FEBRUARY 1, 2006, Page 7


BY COACH ANDREW SUMNER

The Tigers won two out of
three this week by defeating
the Wewa Gators and the
Altha Wildcats. The loss came
from the Bulldogs of
Marianna.
The Tigers defeated the
Gators by a score of 63-51.
Leading the Tigers in scoring
Were T.J. Simmons with 18,
Ken Grant with 12, Justin
Watson with 11 and Jason
Byrd with 9.
The Gators were deter-
mined not to let Joseph
Warren beat them. They ran a
box 1 because Joseph scored
29 the first time the two
I


teams met.
On Friday, the Altha
Wildcats visited the Tigers
and were defeated by a score
of 69-44. Leading the Tigers
in scoring were Jason Byrd
with 15, T.J. Simmons with
10, Joseph Warren with 14,
and Ken Grant with 7. Trey
Gowan, Justin Watson and
Mike Guilford pitched in with
6 points each. Adam
Richards controlled the glass
with 11 rebounds and played
solid defense.
The Marianna Bulldogs
came to Blountstown
Saturday and got a win with
a score of 52-43. Leading the
Tigers in scoring were Ken


Grant with 14 and Joseph
Warren with 11. T.J.
Simmons and Jason Byrd
pitched in with 6 points
apiece. It was the third game
in a row the Tigers played
and you could tell by the
shots coming up short. I will


make sure next year we will
not play three games in a row
unless it is a tournament.
The Bulldogs shot 28 free-
throws to the Tigers' 9.
The Tigers will host Liberty
County Thursday with J.V. at
6 p.m., followed by varsity at


J. V Cats win two,


fall to Blountstown


7:30. They'll travel to Vernon
Friday night (game times the
same). On Tuesday, Feb. 7 at
7 p.m. the district semi-final
game in Sneads will pit


Blountstown against Altha.
The winner will play Sneads
for the district championship
on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 7:00
p.m.


Altha baseball signups set
The Altha Area be supplied with a team
Recreational Committee will shirt, pants, and hat. All
hold baseball sign-ups for t- games will be played at the
ball, machine pitch, and Altha Area Recreational
Dixie youth league on Complex located off Oglebsy
Saturday, February 4, from Road in Altha. Volunteers are
9-11 AM and Thursday, needed to help organize the
February 9, from 6-8 'PM at league.


the Altha First Baptist
Church Fellowship Hall.
Cost for the first child is
$35 and $30 for each addi-
tional child. Each child will


For further information, or
if you can help in ANY way,
please coAtact the Altha
Town Hall or Richard Hall.


BY JIM MclNTOSH

WILDCATS MUZZLE DOGS
IN SECOND HALF
Altha, January 24 Some
dogs' bark are worse than
their bite.
Case in point was the
Freeport Bulldogs last
Tuesday night. They made
some noise in the first half
the Wildcats got tired of it in
the second half. They came
out playing a stifling defense
and started knocking down
their shots to secure their
fourteenth win of the season,
41-27.
Freeport took a 10-6 first
quarter lead and they were
clinging to a 20-19 halftime
score. However, the Wildcats
flashed their claws in the sec-
ond half with a pressing
defense and picking the
Bulldogs' pockets for easy
baskets. The Cats put up 11
points in both the third and
fourth quarters while allow-
ing the Bulldogs only 7
points the entire second half.
Altha shot 65% (13 out of
20 attempts) from the field
while limiting Freeport to
43%' (12 out of 28 attempts)..
The Cats were alsostroking.lt;
from the charity stripe to the
tune of 69% (9 out of 13
attempts) to only 25% (2 out
of 8 attempts) for the
Bulldogs. :From 3-point
range, Freeport edged out the
Wildcats 25% (1 out of 4
attempts) to 22% (2 out of 9).
Freeport .committed 12
turnovers to 11 for Altha.
Corde Beauchamp was the
Top Cat in scoring with 12
points along with a block, 2
rebounds, and 3 steals.
Andrew Brazell canned 10
points as well as 4 rebounds.
Josh McIntosh threw down 9
points and was credited with
a block, 3 rebounds, and 3
steals. Ethan Byler chalked
up 8 points and he had 2
rebounds and 2 steals. Juan
Alejos chipped in a field goal
as well as 3 steals to wrap up
the Cats' 14-3 record.

ALTHA SHOOTS DOWN
MUNROE IN HOME FINALE
Altha, January 26 8-2.
That was the Wildcats' record
in "The Den" this year before
this rival game with the
Munroe Bobcats. Altha made
sure they protected their
house in their last home
game of the season and
added to their win column by
taking down Munroe, 49-27.
The Wildcats came out
scorching the nets to the
tune of 19-6 in the first quar-
ter. They would continue
pouring it on in the second
period building a 34-11 half-
time lead. Altha iced the
game in the .third quarter
with a 13-12 point perform-
ance. In the fourth quarter
Coach Sidney Granger sent
in the Cats' second string
and they secured the "W."
In the field goal depart-
ment Altha shot a sizzling
71% (15 out of 21 attempts)
to Munroe's 56% (9 out of 16
attempts). However, the
Bobcats made 70% (7 out of
10 attempts) of their free
throw shots to only 14% (1
out of 7 attempts) for the
Wildcats. From beyond the
arc, Munroe knocked down
all three of their attempts
while Altha shot only 29% (6
out of 21 attempts).
The Wildcats committed
12 turnovers while forcing
the'Bobcats to give it up 18
times.
Corde Beauchamp was the
Top Cat in scoring with 14
points along with a rebound
and 4 steals. Ethan Ellis
found money with 3 of his 5
3-point attempts for 9 points
and he had a rebound. Both
Juan Alejos and Ethan Byler


knocked down 6 points.
Alejos was credited with 2
rebounds and 4 steals. Josh
McIntosh swished 4 points
along with 3 rebounds and 2
steals. Andrew Brazell and
Jake Edenfield netted 3
points apiece. Brazell had 2
rebounds and Edenfield had
a rebound and a steal. Both
Gary Chew and Josh Warner
added a field goal. Chew
cleared 2 boards while
Warner snared 2 rebounds
and a steal.
With the win the Wildcats
tied last year's team with 15
victories.

CATS CAN'T OVERCOME
THE THREE Bs
Blountstown, January 27
In school you always want
to master the three "Rs"--
reading, writing and 'rith-
metic.
Last Friday night the
Wildcats weren't as con-
cerned about the three "Rs"
as they were the three "Bs"-
the "bug," balls bouncing off
the rim, and Blountstown.
You might even call them the
"Killer Bs" because those
three ingredients killed any
opportunity the :Cats had to
overcome their fourth loss of
the season, 29-23.
Blountstown took at 6-1
first quarter lead and it was
only 10-5 in their favor at
halftime. However, the
Wildcats did pull to within
two, 16-14, at the end of the
third quarter. But the Tigers
made a 13-9 run in the final
period to hang on for the win.
Blountstown made 71% (9
out of 12 attempts) of their
field goals while Altha could
only get 33% (7 out of 21
attempts) to fall. The
Wildcats sank 75% (6 out of 8
attempts) of their free throws
to only 40% (2 out of 5
attempts) for the Tigers.
From 3-point land
Blountstown made 29% (2
out of 7) while Altha made
only 1 of their 6 attempts.
The Tigers committed 16
turnovers while Altha had
only 14.
Juan Alejos was the Top
Cat in scoring with 11 points
as well as 3 steals. Corde
Beauchamp put up 7 points
and he had 3 rebounds and 5
steals. Andrew Brazell had 3
points but had a big night
window washing as he
cleared 6 rebounds. Ethan
Byler chipped in 2 points and
he was credited with 2
rebounds.
With the loss the Wildcats
now own a 15-4 record on the
season.
The Wildcats have only
two regular season games
remaining before the start of
the district tournament. Last
night they played at Munroe
(details unavailable at press
time). Tomorrow they'll trav-
el to Malone to take on the
Tigers. The junior varsity
game is slated for a 6:00 p.m.
start and the varsity is
scheduled for a 7:30 p.m.
start. (For more information,
visit the Wildcats' website at:
www.,p aec or g /
calhoun/altha.)
Our District 3, Class 2A
tournament will be hosted by
Sneads with a $5 admission
price set by the state. On
Tuesday, February 7 at 7:00
p.m. the district semi-final
game will pit Altha against
Blountstown. The winner of
that game will play Sneads
for the district championship
on Saturday, February 11 at
7:00 p.m. (For more informa-
tion, visit the Florida High
School Athletic Association's
website at www.fhsaa.org
and click on the basketball
link.)
GO WILDCATS and I'll see
you at the games!


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AlmHA SCHOOL NEWS


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KIDS OF CHARACTER: Principal Ronnie Hand is pleased to announce the Altha School Kids of
Character for December (K-5). They are Breanna Terry, David Pringle, Harley Willis, Abbie
Edenfield, April Lynn, Jaylon Hall, Selena Lynn, Heather Pringle, Breanna Walker, Claire Price, Chris
Ping, Carolyn Jackson, Christopher Waldron, Morgan Lewis, Dustin Willis, Christa White


Picture Opportunities Soon
On Tuesday; February 21,
Senior Cap & Gown pictures
will be taken at school. There
is a $20.00 sitting fee to receive
proofs. If this is done strictly
for the yearbook only, one
photo will be taken and there
will be no fee. Young men are
to arrive clean-shaven wearing
a white shirt and tie. Young
women are to arrive with their
hair and make-up in place
wearing a collarless shirt.
Spring pictures for pre-k
though 11th grade students
will be made on Wednesday,
February 22. No money is
required at the time of these
pictures.
Class group pictures for
pre-k through 5th grade will
also be taken on Wednesday,
February 22. These pictures
are $10.00. If you are interest-
ed in one of these pictures
please fill out the envelope your
childiW':il bring home- and
return it with payment toyour
child's teacher.

Senior Shadow Day
On Friday, February 17,
Altha Public School Seniors
will take part in the annual
"Senior Shadow Day." This
gives the soon-to-be graduates


Cats' Cuisine


serving Feb. 9

The Institute of Culinary
Arts at Altha Public School
invites you to dine at Cats'
Cuisine Thursday, February
9th.
There will be two seatings
at 11:40 and 12:30 p.m. The
menu will include Egg Drop
Soup, Chinese Barbequed
Pork with Garlic Sauce, Fried
Rice with Broccoli,
Caramelized Apple
Cheesecake with Spiced
Creme Anglaise and
Butterscotch Sauce. Please
RSVP by February 7th by call
Altha School at 762-3121 or
fax 762-9502.


^KraS& '*-- *
KATRINA MESSER, a freshman at
Altha, brought home the district
championship.plaque in the FFA,
C d'rct cnnrlkinn nrnt+o+ c It io+


Stations, and every effort was
made to satisfy their choice.
This year Jackson' County
Hospital is accepting students
for shadow day. This is ideal
for those who wish to enter the
medical field in areas such as
nursing, which several stu-
dents have shown an interest
in. Others are shadowing indi-
viduals with distinguished
careers in teaching, culinary
management, and real estate.
Hopefully this experience will
equip this year's graduates
with direction for their future.
By: Justin McCoy

Calendar
Feb. 3- FCAT Trip
Feb. 10- FCA Rally @ 7:00
pm
Feb. 11- Family Breakfast
Feb. 14- Early release (stu-
dents out @ 1:00 pm)
Feb. 15- County Wide


Once Upon a Mattress
It is time for the Spring
Musical at Blountstown High
School. This year's production is
"Once Upon a Mattress" by
Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Tryouits were held Saturday
January 21, Sunday January 22
and call backs were held on
Monday January 23.
Participants were judged on their
singing and acting abilities.
The cast includes Prince
Dauntless- Adam Richards,
Princess Winifred- Diana Glaze,
King- Umair Farooqui, Queen-
Jessica Metcalf, Sir Harry- Nick
Myers, and Lady Larkin- Jessica
Fields. The musical is under the
direction of Mrs. Amanda
McGhee.
The musical will be performed
the first weekend in May. This
year's production is sure to be a
memorable event!
--Jessica Metcalf

Let Them Eat Cake
During break on January 27,
the BHS Student Council treated
the entire student body, faculty,
and staff to cupcakes and drinks
to thank them for the toys col-
lected in last winter's annual toy
drive.. According to Mrs. Sharon
Leonard-McCrone, Student
Council Sponsor, it was the best
toy drive that BHS has ever had,
and the Student Council wanted
to show its appreciation to every-
one for his/her support of this
worthy cause.

Math Tutorials at BHS
Mrs. Allyson Howell and Mrs.
Amanda McGhee will be con-
ducting FCAT math review ses-
sions on Tuesdays and
Thursday from 3:00 .to 3:45
p.m. in their rooms until the
FCAT. Each week a different
concept will be covered. All ninth
and tenth grade students are
invited to be a part of these
review sessions.

FYI
Feb. 2 Cap and Gown
Portraits for seniors
Feb. 6 Making College
Count Presentation, 8:30-9:30
for seniors, 9:30 -10:30 for jun-
iors
Feb. 7 FCAT Writing Test
Feb. 8 FCAT Writing Make
Up; Shadow Day for seniors
Feb. 11 ACT Test Date
Feb. 17 Senior Trip Deposit
Due


need to have a black tie, white Carrie Tucker Freshman
shirt, and be clean shaven. Kim Taylor- Freshman
Ellen Williams Freshman


Blountstown Softball
It's that time again, Softball
Season! Coach Susan Rash is
excited about a wonderful sea-
son. She stated, '"This year I'm
looking to continually improve.
We have had many young players
every year I have been at BHS,
now my young players are sen-
iors. We also have many leaders
on the field, and I am looking for-
ward to working hard and having
a successful season." The follow-
ing girls have made the 2006
BHS Softball Team:
Nichole Tipton Senior
Lindsay Miller Senior
Casey McLendon- Senior
Tanya Savell Senior
Jonelle Dudley Senior
Chelsea Faircloth- Junior
Lauren Wood Junior
Kristin Nolan Junior
Laura Kastli Junior
Amanda Whitfield Junior
Nikki Bernhard- Junior
Erin Glass Sophomore
Kaitlin Peacock Sophomore
Ashley Whitfield Sophomore
Samantha Dwiggins -
Sophomore
Molly Fagen Sophomore
Shirane Baker- Freshman
Precious Hall- Freshman
Secora Bell Freshman
Alisha Strawn Freshman


FFA Wins at District
On January 20, the
Blountstown FFA Chapter trav-
eled to Marianna High School to
compete in District I
Competitions. Also competing
was Altha, Sneads, Graceville,
Marianna and Malone. The win-
ner of competition will travel on
to compete at the State
Convention in June. Places were
as followed:
Extemporaneous Public
Speaking Nic Stoltzfus, 2nd pi.
Parliamentary Procedure -
Emily Davis, Lauren Davis,
Jacob Guilford, Dan Leonard,
Hailey Moravek, Trevor Williams,
1st pl.
Prepared Public Speaking -
Will Leonard, 1st pl.
Tractor Operation Chad
Bailes, 2nd pl.
Blountstown Ag Business
Management team. Team mem-
bers are Amy Reid, Max
Herndon, Jeffrey Stewart, Nic
Stoltzfus and Ashley Whitfield.
The Ag Mechanics Team
whose members are Joe Daniels,
Jennie Fagen, Steven Sanchez,
and Jessie Turner also competed
but their test had to be sent off
and their scores should be
received this week.


Why buy roses that willbe dead in B
a week? We have beautiful Silk
Roses arranged any way you like
that will last as long as your love.

S-~ V We will be deliver, ij
S to Calhoun &
Now Offering Liberty School -
FREE of Charge!
crylic Irter Coke &
\Arrangements We have a large variety ofgift
items available to meet all of your Candy
S- Valentine's needs! Bags

S. Fo. ei Gift Wrapping Available
-, BS m!i Purchases MoreThan $10 $1


eer sJpeaing ly q1es iIs Spelling Bee at Thne Neal Civic
rricrntn- _.rle ..iIl ,1.1 once to"tht '^"iente7i Cap and Gown Portraits C~.' r ( .k OitforAll Your Valentine's Needs!
state competition in Orlando in C ap and Gown Portraits will
June. be taken on February 2 during
SUBSCRIBE school. The sitting fee will be T* *" B aI
of 2006 an opportunity to learn $25.00 which needs to be paid at
about the job responsibilities TODAY! the time of pictures. Five poses .- Sls. Gifts & Lh e Plants
in the career area of their will be taken. Senior girls needs 8A' 7 18
choice. Students requested Call 674-5041 to show up with their make up, 850-674-1 8
their area of interest that cor- scoop neck shirt, and hair styles Ib* 1T (lasGreen Si, Blountsiown FL
related with their career aspi- to hold the cap. Senior guys


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limas, fruit cup, cornbread, low-
fat or whole milk
Feb. 8 Hotdogs on bun,
macaroni w/cheese, green peas,
I fruit cup, cookie,,low-fat or I
whole milk
Feb. 9 Baked ham, mashed
potatoes, w/gravy, green beans,
fresh fruit, rolls, low-fat or whole
milk
Feb. 10 Beef vegetable soup,
peanut butter sandwich,
crackers, fruit cup, brownie, low-
fat or whole milk.
sponsored by
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The County Record, FEBRUARY 1,2006, Page 9


Goodman

CARR FI.EMENTARY promoted

sm SCHOOL NEWS to detective


NEW HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS: Carr School's National Junior Honor Society held its annual
Induction Ceremony on January 25 in the lunchroom. The program was conducted by current
members A reception for family and guests was held in the media center after the ceremony.
Pictured are new members (front row, from left) Stewart Herndon, Jake Hall, Dillon Guilford. Caitlin
Crocker, Cody Baldwin, Summer Attaway, (middle row) Quin Segers, Rebecca Pitts, Jeremy
O'Bryon, Kate McForland, Tyler McCoy AleBno McCoy, David Leonard. (back row) Christopher
Wolfram, Jodle Willis. SelenaWilliams,' Genny Starr, Ross Sharp ton, and Kald Sewell.
Congratulations to these students!



HUNTING NEWS Cla

-' *' Desserts'


1.. Saturday
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement will present
Classical Desserts on
February 4, at 6:30 p.m. in
the Frink Gymnasium. An
o evening of Ballards, Light
-- Classical, Pop and Standards
Ml_ by "Crystal Waters" with an
----,--assortment of delicious
Desserts for your enjoyment.
SThe cost will be $10 per per-
son or 15oe couple.
dEtffleent is located in Sam
Atkins Park. Blountstown. It
Beauchamp bags eight point is located 1.2 miles from the
Beauchmp ags eight point center of townl on the north
Corde Beauchamp, a 15-year-old sophomore at Altha School, side of Highway 20 West
bagged on eight point buck on a recent hunting tnp. When (turn right on Silas Green
asked where he killed the deer, he replied, 1 don t know. A Road. For more information
good hunter never tells! Corde is the son of Tim and Tammy call 674-2777.
Beauchamp
'Lunch and

Tri-State Off Road Learn' set


'Deep Bog' winners forFeb. 24
Healthcare professionals


.The Deep Bog Hole
results of January 28th at
the r Tri-State Off Road Park
were as follows:
4 & 6 Cylinders
1st pi Randy O'Bryan
2nd pl -Johnny Shadrick
3rd pI Steve Whitfield
4th pl Harn' Goodwin
Street Legal
Sst pl Debbie Flowers
2nd pl Ann Wade
3rd pi Randy O'Bryan


.Peanut growers who want
to learn about the' most cur-
rent peanut happenings. visit
With a variety of industry rep-
resentatives and see special
equipment demonstrations
will want to attend the first
ever Alabama-Florida. Peanut
Trade Show oh Friday.
SFebruary .10, at the National
Peanut .Festival Fairgrounds
dlcated south of Dothan, AL
di Hwy. 231.
'.Registration.. and exhibits
will open at 9:00 a.m. giving
-growers a chance to \isit both
iis'ide and outside exhibits
before lunch. Two speakers
will be on the program at
liich: U.S. Representative
Terry Everett (R-'AL) .will
speak on legislative ,issues
facing peanut. growers and
Jimmy Dorsett, President
,,nd CEO of Golden Peanut
Company will discuss indus-
try 'issues.
SFollowing the guest speak-
ers, there will be outsidede
equipment demonstrations
inducted including a GPS
to' ". -aor.emonstration and'
bulk seed handling equip-
'rient. -:'Gro6 ers cn register
t 'win several prizes. nclud-
ing a certifiat& for
.".'.;0000:00 -'toard th'e,pur-
f,.: ae tab ,, MADASi elf;
.Rbir. l'P.ed-pa '.cu.tomnbtied,, uS.Oi~pebled,


4th Tommy Arnold
38 & Down
1st pi Adam Ake
2nd pl Gator Parker
3rd pl Justin Barnes
4th pl Chad Flowers
39 & Up
1st pl Scotty Bailey
2nd pl Lee Shelton
3rd pl Justin Barnes
4th pi Jason Lowery.
$50 ticket drawing win-
ner Mickey French'


free trip to' this year's
Southern Peanut Growers
Conference .set, for July in
Panama City. FL among other
door prizes to be given away
at the trade show.
"We already ..have a long
list of exhibitors and are
looking,for that number -to
grow before the event",' said
APPA executive director,
Randy.Griggs.
"The location, of this event
is one that, will allow growers
from Florida and other areas.
to attend," said FPPA execu-
tive director, Ken Barton.
"We are excited about the
trade show and invite all
growers to attend the event."
The annual business
meeting of the Alabama
Peanut Producers
Association and the Peanut
PAC of Alabama will also be
held concurrently with the
trade show.
SBoth inside and outside
booth spaces are still avail-
able. For more Information
on the trade show contact the
Florida Peanut Producers
Association at (850) 526-
2590 or the'Alabama Peanut
Producers Association at
(334) 792-6482.
SUBC IBTO Y'


are invited to a "lunch and
learn" seminar entitled
Pulmonary Conditions:
Disease Trajectory to be held
Friday, February. 24. from
12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. at
Covenant Hospice's
Conference Room. located at
4440 Lafayette Street, in
Marianna, next to Sunbelt
credit.
Community Educator
Mary Commerford will dis-
tinguish the diagnostic dif-
ferences between COPD.
Emphysema and .other
restrictive pulmonary disor-
ders.
The seminar is free and
lunch is provided. RNs, LPNs
or CNAs will receive one
C.E.U. Please register early.
as space is limited. Call Mary
Commerford at 850-482-
8520 or toll-free at (888)
817-2191.

Dixie Youth

Baseball will

hold signups
Due to the urgency of order-
ing DLxde Youth. Baseball uni-
forms in time for opening day,
March 18th, the very last day to
signup will be Saturday.
February 18th.
We will be at the Blountstown
High School Gym every Saturday
morning from 8:00 a.m. until
12:00 p.m. until that date. We
will be at Blountstown
Elementary School on Friday.
February 3. Tuesday. the 7th.
and Tuesday the 14th from 7:00
a.m. until 8:30 a.m.
If your child did not partci-
pate last year, please bring copy
of their birth certificate with you
to sign up. The cost Is S40.00
per child, which Is due at the
time of slgnup. Please know our
child's size for their uniforms.
Size charts will be available.
Please be sure to sign your
.child up to play by these dates.
We can't guarantee a uniform
bevdnd ,this time.


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Christian Goodman of
Gainesville, son of Clifford
and Paula Goodman of
Blountstown, recently
received honors from the
Alachua ,County Sheriffs.
Department.
Goodman joined the uni-
formed patrol division in
2002 and was prompted to
detective in December 2005,
searing in the criminal inves-
tigation division for Alachua
County. He is currently the
youngest detective in the
division.
Iri October 2005, he was
named Deputy',of the Month
after apprehending a burglar
who had smashed the win-
dows of several businesses
and stolen thousands of dol-
lars in merchandise and per-
sonal items. He was also
honored as Deputy of the
Year runner-up for 2005.
Goodman was recognized in
2002 and 2003 with merito-
rious awards 'for pursuing a
dangerous felon at high
speeds on 1-75 and pursuirig
a vehicle traveling south-
bound in the northbound
lanes of 1-75 in heavy traffic::
conditions.
* Christian is' the grandson
of Edna: Adkins of
Blountstown, the late C.D.
Goodman of Bascom. and the
late HA.. and Wallace
Williams of Palatka. He and
his wife, the former Heather
Livingston of Bristol, have
one son, Logan.
Congratulations. Christian!

School Advisory

meeting Feb. 8
There will be School
Advisory Council Meeting at
Carr School on February 8th
at 2:45 in the Library.


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The County Record, FEBRUARY 1,2006, Page 10


Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD


BPD investigation

leads to arrest of

man with meth

A Blountstown Police
Department investigation
into suspected drug activity
at a home on McClellan
Avenue led to the arrest of a
local man on drug charges
Friday.
According to the BPD, Ofc.
Leo Marlowe and Dep. Bliss
Moreau of the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office served
a search warrant on the resi-
dence of Brian Pryor at
20202 McClellan Avenue
around 7:30 a.m. In the
kitchen, they discovered
charred tin foil allegedly used
to smoke methamphetamine,
along with a gram of marijua-
na. Two meth smoking
devices were found in a trash
receptacle. Pryor's bedroom


Jobie Barfield, Agent
Cell 814-BOND (2663)


was found to contain
methamphetamine in a tin
foil device, along with a straw
used to ingest the drug.
Pryor was charged with
possession of methampheta-
mine, less than 20 grams of
marijuana, and drug para-
phernalia. He was booked
into the Calhoun County Jail
and given a conditional
release.

Mom charged with

grand theft, son

busted with pot

A mother and her son
ended up behind bars last
week following a routine traf-
fic stop.
Connie Ann Mosley, 38,
was arrested on a warrant for
grand theft and violation of
probation. Her son, Rickey
Joe Mosley, Jr., 22, was


383 Lena's Lane
Wewahitchka, FL 32465


charged with possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and drug parapherna-
lia, along with fleeing and
attempting to elude an offi-
cer.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Dep.
Eddie Dalton attempted to
pull the Mosleys' vehicle over
Jan. 24 just after 6:30 a.m.
on Isoletta Road for turning
without using a signal.
Rickey Joe Mosley, Jr. was
reportedly behind the wheel
and failed to stop, despite
Dep. Dalton activating his
siren and lights. After travel-
ing down Easy Lane for about
a mile until hitting a dead
end, the driver exited his
door and appeared to be
preparing to flee on foot. Dep.
Dalton placed him in hand-
cuffs and he advised he did-
n't stop because he didn't
have a license. A pat down
search turned up a marijua-
na pipe in his pocket. A
search of the vehicle revealed
a plastic bag with 15 grams
of marijuana inside.
Connie Mosley was taken
into custody on an outstand-
ing warrant for grand theft.
Both were booked into the
Calhoun County Jail and
given a conditional release
the following day.

The Sheriff's Log

can be found

on page 14


LehgaI Adveftisewwats


Legal Notice
WEATHERIZATION BIDS
The Board of County Commissioners will
accept sealed bids on February 7, 2006 at
2:10 P.M. or as soon afterwards as practical
in the County Commission Board Room,
20859 Central Avenue East, in
Blountstown, Florida for contractors inter-
ested in the weatherizing of houses and
mobile homes. Specifications may be picked
up at the Weatherization Office between the
hours of 7:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. Bidders
must provide proof of General Liability and
Workman's Compensation Insurance in the
Bid Package. The Insurance must be in
force at the time of the bid opening. As an
alternative to providing Workman's
Compensation Insurance, the prospective
bidder shall provide proof of worker's com-
pensation exemption. Any person claiming
to be exempt shall be subject to an on-the-
job inspection for proof of exemption and


license of all workers on job s
information, please contact
674-2571.


site: For further
Faye Bailey at


The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or part of all
bids.
Jan. 25; Feb. 1

Legal Notice
BID NOTICE
STATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
"SHIP PROGRAM"
The Calhoun Board of County
Commissioners will accept sealed bids on
behalf of its State Housing Initiatives
Partnership "SHIP" Program for the rehab of
houses until 12:30 P.M. local time on
Tuesday, February 7, 2006. Bids may be
delivered to the Clerk's Office in the
Calhoun County Courthouse, Blountstown,
Florida 32424. Bids must arrive before
deadline. Bids will be opened on February
7, 2006 at 2:05 p.m. or as soon afterwards
as possible.
Bids must be sealed in an envelope
marked "Sealed Bid For "SHIP Rehab" and
identified by the name of the firm, and the
date and time of the bid opening.
Bid sheets and specifications may be
obtained by contacting Dowling Parrish or
Faye Bailey, SHIP Administrators, 20859
East Central Avenue, Room 309,
Blountstown, Florida, phones (850) 674-
8046 or 674-2571. A Mandatory Prebid
Conference will be held on Thursday.
February 2, 2006 at 9:00 A.M. local time in
the Calhoun Building Department located
on the 3rd floor of the Calhoun County
Courthouse.
Rehabs will be bid. It is the responsibili-
ty of the vendor/contractor to 'purchase all
permits deemed necessary.
Bidders must provide proof of general lia-
bility and Workman's Compensation
Insurance in the bid package. The insur-
ance must be in force at the time of the bid
opening. As an alternative to providing
Workman's Compensation Insurance, the
prospective bidder shall provide proof of
Worker's Compensation Exemption. Any
person claiming to be exempt shall be sub-
ject to an on-the-Job inspection for proof of
exemption and license of all workers on job
site.,-
Minority contractors are encouraged to
participate. Calhoun County is an Equal
Opportunity Jurisdiction The Calhoun
County Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any and all bids
and to waive any informality.
The signing of the contract is contingent
upon the approval of and/or. release of
funds by the Florida Housing Finance
Agency.
Calhoun County is/ an Equal
Opportunity/Fair Housing County.
Jan. 25;'Feb. 1

Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On February 17, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. (CST),
R & R Warehouses will dispose of the con-
tents ((5) storage units from Bristol and (14)
storage units from Blouritstown at R & R
Warehouses in Blountstown at 19382 SR 20
W. (850) 674-5478.
The units are believed.to contain house-
hold and/or personal property of the follow-
ing tenants:
Marie Kammerdiener
Marshell Solomon
Latonya Reed
Adron Zimmerman
Janet Newsome
Deborah Banks
Willie Engram
Voloria McCray
Lisa Cumble
Chandra Jones
'Donna Walshingham
Danika Young
Belinda Hall
Sherry Pelton
Kathleen Cushman
Roberta Howell
Melissa Lee
Bobble West
Kenny Moore
All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUC-
TIONII.
February 1. 8, 2006


Legal Notice
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
of County Commissioners in and for
Calhoun County, Florida, will consider a
proposed Ordinance to be titled as follows:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IMPOSING A MANDA-
TORY COST TO BE ASSESSED IN SPECIF-
IC CASES, SAID COST TO BE USED FOR
THE OPERATION AND ADMINISTRATION
OF THE TEEN COURT OF CALHOUN
COUNTY; PROVIDING FOR COLLECTION,
DEPOSITING AND USE OF SUCH COST
ASSESSMENTS; DEFINING THE TYPES
OF CASES IMPACTED; PROVIDING FOR
ACCOUNTABILITY; PROVIDING FOR SEV-
ElABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The passage of the proposed Ordinance
will be considered by the Board of County
Commissioners, at their regular meeting at
5:00 P.M., C.S.T., on Tuesday, the 21st day
of February. 2006. at the Calhoun County
Courthouse, Blountstown. Florida.
A copy of the proposed Ordinance can be
inspected by the public at the Calhoun
Commissioners' Office in the Calhoun
County Courthouse.
All interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed Ordinance.
WITNESS my Hand and Official Seal, this
the 17th day of January, 2006.
Ruth W. Attaway, Clerk
February 1, 2006

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
of County Commissioners in and for
Calhoun County, Florida, will consider a
proposed Ordinance to be titled as follows:
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE
ASSESSMENT OF ADDITIONAL COURT
COSTS IN NON-CRIMINAL TRAFFIC
CASES; PROVIDING EOR CONFLICTS;
PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The passage of the proposed Ordinance
will be considered by the Board of County
Commissioners, at their regular meeting at
5:00 P.M., C.S.T., on Tuesday, the 21st day
of February. 2006, at the Calhoun County
Courthouse, Blountstown, Florida.
A copy of the proposed Ordinance can be
inspected by the public at the Calhoun
Commissioners' Office in the Calhoun
County Courthouse.
All interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed Ordinance.
WITNESS my Hand and Official Seal, this
the 17th day of January. 2006.
Ruth W. Attaway, Clerk
February 1, 2006


Legal Notice
LEGAL NOTICE
Pursuant to the provisions of Section
287.055 Florida Statutes, "Consultants'
Competitive Negotiations Act", The Chipola
College District Board of Trustees hereby
publicly announces that they are in the
process of receiving proposals from qualified
Professional firms/individuals registered to
do work in the State of Florida for
Continuing Architectural Services as
defined in Section 287.055. (2)(g), Florida
Statutes.
Firms/individuals desiring to qualify for
consideration must submit six (6) copies of
a proposal to: Dr. Dale O'Daniel, Chipola
College, 3094 Indian Circle, Marianna, FL
32446. Proposals must be received not later
than 2:00 P.M.C.S.T., Wednesday, February
8, 2006, at which time the select committee
will review.
Each proposal must include:
1. A letter of interest
2. United States Government Architect-
Engineer Questionnaire Standard Form 254
3. United States Government Architect-
Engineer Questionnaire Standard
Form 255; including in Section 10 of the
questionnaire the firm/individual's practice
concerning affirmative action.
4. A letter from an insurance' company
showing Insurability in accordance with
Board of Trustee's policy.
5. Copy of Professional Regulation
Certificate for members of the firm and con-
sultants.
6. Notarized statement of financial status.
(The form of the statement is optional and
could be in a form such'as Dunn &
Bradstreet. by a certified public accountant,
or other.)
Chipola College reserves the right to
accept or reject any or all proposals, and if
an award is made, will be made to the most
responsible firm/individual whose proposal
indicates that the award will be in the best
interest of Chipola College. The College
reserves the right to waive irregularities in
the proposal.


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DORA MAE GARVIN WHITE
Dora Mae Garvin White,
91, of Blountstown, died
S Tuesday, January 24, 2006,
at Calhoun-Liberty Hospital
in Blountstown.
She was a native of
Pineland, SC, resident of
Savannah, GA, for 73 yrs
and of Bristol, FL, for'four
years. She was a retired
homemaker, a member of St.
Mary Missionary Baptist
Church, Blountstown, where
she was a Deaconess and
member of the Mothers
Board. She was a member of
First Tabernacle Missionary
Baptist Church, Savannah,
where she was a Sunday
School Teacher, Deaconess,
member of the Mothers
Board, Senior Choir and the
Baptist Training Union.
She is survived by her
daughter, Betty W. Wilson
and her husband, the Rev.
S Dr. Cecil Wilson, of Bristol; a
son, Leroy White and his
wife, Diann, of Savannah,
GA; a sister, Lillie Mae Allen
of Savannah, GA; six grand-
children, 21 great grandchil-
dren, and a host of great
grandchildren, nieces,
nephews, other relatives and
friends.
A memorial service will. be
held today, Wednesday,
February 1, at. 6:30 PM CST
at St.' Mary Missionary
Baptist Church in
Blountstown with the Rev.
Dr. Deborah Brown officiat-
ing. Funeral services will be
Friday, February 3, at 11:00
AM EST at First Tabernacle
Missionary Baptist Church,
310 Alice Street, with burial
in the Hillcrest Abbey West
Cemetery,, Savannah, GA.
The Rev. Clarence Williams
will be officiating. Visitation
will be -Friday, February 3;
from 9 to 11 AM at the
church.

BETTY J. CLAYTON
Mrs. Betty J. Clayton, 82,
of Blountstown, passed away
Monday, January 23, 2006,
in Blountstown.
Mrs. Clayton was born in
Dugger, Indiana, and had
lived in Blountstown for the
past 10 years. She was a
homemaker and very active
in the local Shrine Club and
the Order of the Eastern Star.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Calvin Clayton of
Blountstown; two sons, Jerry
Clayton and his wife, Connie,
of Altha, and James P.



We would like to express
our sincerest appreciation to
all who offered their love and
support during the loss of
our father, grandfather and
great-grandfather which
include the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens Association,
Sheriff David Tatum and the
Calhoun County Sheriffs
Department, KISS Program,
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital,
Dr. M. Farooqi, Mossy Pond
VFD First Responders.
A special thanks to Steve
Mears, Alethea Rose, Pastor
David Goodman and Dawnie
O'Brian. The visits, food,
flowers; phone calls and
cards have all been greatly
appreciated in our time of
need.
The Walter Potts Family


Clayton of St. Cloud, Florida;
two brothers, Wendell Walton
of Oklahoma and James
Walton of Linton, Indiana;
three grandchildren and one
step grandchild.
Funeral services were held
in Linton, Indiana, on Friday,
January 27. In lieu of flowers
contributions can be made to
the Order of the Eastern Star,
PO Box 253, Blountstown, FL
32424.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of arrangements,
ph. 674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com.

WALTER THOMAS "WALT"
VAUGHN
Mr. Walter Thomas "Walt"
Vaughn, 84, of Blountstown,
died Friday, January 27,
2006, at Blountstown Health
and Rehabilitation Center.
Mr. Vaughn moved to this
area in 1988 from Ocala. He
loved to hunt and fish.
He was preceded in death
by his wife, Betty Jean
Vaughn.
Survivors include two
sons, Steve Vaughn and his
wife, Michelle, of Sanford and
Thomas Vaughn and his wife,
Vicky, of Cottondale; one
daughter, Teresa Vaughn of
Altha; one brother-in-law,
Malcolm Brock; three sisters-
in-law, Audrey Vandeusn,
Gussie Hughs and Jerry Ann
Foxworth; and six grandchil-
dren, Dakota Lynn, Selena
Lynn, Scott Vaughn, Jake
Vaughn, Priscilla Vaughn,
and Kyle Vaughn.
Funeral services for Mr.
Vaughn were held Tuesday,
January 31, at Hall Funeral
Home in Altha with Rev.
Richard Waterman officiat-
ing. Burial was held in Sims
Cemetery with Hall Funeral
directing.
Hall Funeral Home in
Altha was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 762-3965.



We, the family of Mary
Sewell, would like to thank
each of you who helped us
through this time of sorrow.
Your prayers, flowers, memo-
rial gifts, cards, phone calls
and food were great appreci-
:''ated.
A special thank you to the
Altha Church of God for the
meals you provided for our
family on Saturday and
Sunday. To Rev. Mark Todd,
Rev. David Pleasant and Rev.
Jim McIntosh' for their words
of loye and comfort as they
spoke regarding the celebra-
tion of her life.
To the entire staff of
Parthenon Healthcare for 5
1/2 years of love and care
above and beyond the call of
duty. To Peavy's Funeral
Home for their expertise and
making sure everything went
smoothly. We thank you all
for making this difficult time
in our loves more bearable.

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Duke Underwood, a Texas
evangelist will be in revival at
Williams Memorial United
Methodist Church in the
Scott's Ferry Community
beginning Sunday morning
Feb. 5, at 9 a.m. and 5:30
p.m. Sunday evening. The
revival will continue Mon.-
Wed., Feb, 6-8, at 7:00 p.m.

Nazarene Church to
host 'Liberty Boys'

Blountstown Church of
the Nazarene would like to
invite you to an evening of
worship in song featuring the
North Carolina Gospel
singing group, 'The Liberty
Boys Quartet." The concert
will take place Sunday,
February 12, at 6:00 p.m.
The church is located at
17826 NE Crozier St. across
from the hospital.
Making up the Liberty
Boys Quartet are Jason
Sims, Clay Wilder, Phillip
Marley, and Derrick Barbee.
Jason covers the tenor spot
for LBQ with his clean, pow-
erful, and heartfelt vocals.
Clay brings a smooth, yet
dynamic style to the lead
position. Phillip sings bari-
tone with unmatchable
blending ability, humor, and
a vocal style reminiscent of
that of the 60's and 70's.
Derrick sings bass for LBQ,
and hits those basement
notes with a smooth, clean,
and polished style of his own.

Pine Grove Baptist
extends invitation

Pastor Raymond and Mary
Smith of the Pine Grove
Baptist Church invites every-
one to come fellowship.
Sunday School starts at
10:00 a.m., Sunday Worship
at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
and Wednesday night service
at 6:30 p.m.
Pine Grove Baptist Church
is located at 18650 SE
Wrennie Moody Road,
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"No Excuse Sunday"
at First Methodist

Calling on the church fam-
ily to invite Friends,
Relatives, Acquaintances,
and Neighbors Blountstown
United Methodist Church
hosted "Everyone in Worship
Sunday" January 29. It was a
day of "No Excuses" as every-
one was encouraged to par-
ticipate in the life of the
church.
Filled to capacity the
church reflected upon the
nurturing love experienced in
the life of the congregation.
At the same time the church
was reminded of the power,
light, and strength of a con-
gregation in unity with one
another.
Afterwards, the church
enjoyed a time of fellowship
sharing stories and laughs as
we gathered around the
tables enjoying a cover dish
meal.


"Valentine Banquet"
at First Methodist

The youth of Blountstown
United Methodist Church will
host a Valentine Banquet
Tuesday, Feb, 14, at 6 p.m.
featuring Ed Cotton as Jerry
Lower. The house will be
filled with laughter as we
remember stories of a come-
dian of years past.
While you enjoy the
evening, Kelli Peacock will be
available to snap your picture
with family or friends.
Photographs may be pur-
chased for a small fee.
One may purchase their
tickets for $8 by calling 674-
8254, [3144]. With a pur-
chase of a ticket one gives
their support to the United
Methodist Youth ministry.
Call today as seating is limit-
ed.


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-7525
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"

Meaningful Bible Study.........................9:45 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
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ

Blountstown First

Assembly of God Church
Pastor, Charles Royals


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


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


20500 Central Ave. West
Blountstown, Florida
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850-674-8254
850-674-3144


Deadline Monday at Noon
Email news@thecountyrecord.net, fax 674-5008


METHODIST YOUTH AT THE "MELT DOWN": Stewart Herndon, Josh Knight,
Max Herndon, Matthew Warren (left to right) attended "Melt Down" at
Panama City Beach Boardwalk, January 27-29. A total of 1400 youth
gathered for this event from across the Alabama West Florida
Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Steve Fee Band led
the gatherings with music and Ben Glen, (the Chalk Guy shared a pow-
erful testimony along with magnificent drawings illustrating his talk. This
was a powerful weekend. Running low on sleep, the youth returned in
time for "Everyone in Worship" Sunday giving no excuses why they
could not be in attendance.



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Sunday School 10:00 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM
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St. Mary Missionary

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716
"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
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


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
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te Deadline Monday Noon FAX: 674-5008 Phone: 674-5041 E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net


BOATS &

MOTORS
16' Alumacraft with all the extras
with trailer, 20 HP Mercury outboard
motor, Minn Kota trolling motor, live
well with aerator, 2 new deep cycle
batteries. $1850. Call 674-9077.

CARS & TRUCKS
1998 Ford Windstar, needs motor,
$1000. Call 674-5820.

FOR RENT
RV lots for rent. RV Campers for
sale, rent, lease for $75 and $85
weekly. 2 locations. Call 674-7616.

3 bdr., 1 bath home in
Blountstown. $550 per month plus
$400 deposit. Call 643-8054.

RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers
when available. Call 674-4011.

2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no
pets. 674-4011.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or fac-
tory refurbished computers,
Monitors, Inkjet & Laser Printers,
CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives, Zip
Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A. Peterson at (850)
674-2958, 17785 Crozier St.,
Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.

Ivory wedding dress, new, never
worn, size 10/12. Will mail picture.
Call 674-2021.

Dining table with six chairs, rec-
tangular, wooden, 77" x 40" with leaf,
$550. Call 674-5820.


Bestway 12'x20' storage building
with 4 windows, extra wide door,
wired for electricity, some built in
tables, 3 yrs. o Id, like new. Paid
$7,000 will sell for $2,500. Call 762-
3479.

Large Mac toolbox with complete
set of hand tools and some other
tools, $5,000. Call 674-5669.

$275 BRAND NEW KING DOU-
BLE PILLOWTOP SET in sealed
plastic w/warranty. Can deliver.
850-545-7112.

6 PC. BEDROOM SET. Brand
new sleigh bed, dresser, mirror, and
nightstand, $650, still boxed, can
deliver 850-222-9879.

BED, solid wood sleigh bed:
headboard, footboard & rails. NEW
in box, $275. Call 850-222-7783.

BED, QUEEN DOUBLE PILLOW-
TOP SET New in plastic, warranty.
$149, can deliver. 850-425-8374.

Bedroom ALL NEW 7 PC set: All
dovetailed, all wood-still boxed.
Retail $4K, must sell $1400, can
deliver. 850-222-2113.

CHAIR / LOVESEAT / SOFA -
$650 NEW Micro fiber upholstery,
hardwood frame & warranty,
unopened. 850-545-7112.

DINING, NEW table w/ in lay, ball
& claw feet, leaf, 2 arm chairs, 4 side
chairs, hutch/buffet. $4500 sug. list,
sacrifice $1750. 850-222-2113.

DINING ROOM New Queen Anne
table w/leaf, 8 chairs, & lighted china
cabinet. Still boxed. $1000. Can
deliver. 850-222-9879.

LEATHER Sofa, Loveseat & Chair
still wrapped: Retail $3400, sell
brand new with warranty $1250.
850-425-8374.


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;n. itesi you to jo;r our
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We have' the following:
positions open

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.Phone 850-674-5464
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ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

THE CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ONE TRUCK
DRIVER AT THE CALHOUN COUNTY ROAD DEPARTMENT.

THE APPLICANT MUST HAVE A CDL LICENSE.
PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREENING WILL BE PERFORMED

APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE CALHOUN COUNTY
CLERK'S OFFICE LOCATED AT 20859 CENTRAL AVENUE EAST,
ROOM 130, BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424.

THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT ANY AND ALL APPLICATIONS.
CALHOUN COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/
DRUG FREE WORKPLACE.

THE CLOSING DATE WILL BE FEBRUARY 10, 2006 AT 4:00.P.M.
C.S.T. Fob 1, 82006



Accepting Applications

The City of Mexico Beach
Is accepting applications for Full-Time position of Police Officer -
Patrolman 1. Must meet FDLE requirements, to include L.E. FDLE
certification. People, oral & written communication, and some
computer skills essential. Starting pay is $26,000/annual plus
overtime and benefits. Applications will be reviewed until position is
filled. Call 850-648-4790 for information or pick up application at
118 N. 14th Street. The City of Mexico Beach is an EEOC provider.
Jan.25 Feb.1,2006



SEEKING APPLICANTS
The Henry & Rilla White Foundation, a non-prdfit, human services organization
headquartered in Tallahassee, is seeking applicants for the following positions for
our juvenile justice program in Holmes and surrounding counties:
Program Director- responsible for the satisfactory compliance with all program
reviews, certifications, inspections and licensing requirements. BA/BS in human
services/social work field from an accredited university and a minimum of 2 years
experience working with adolescents.
CaseManagers provide collateral contact and linkages with agencies, schools,
and other community services. BA/BS in human services field, one year
experience working with adolescents and ability to work as a member of a team,
required.
Administrative Assistant is responsible for daily administrative support to the case
managers and Program Director. HS diploma with at least 5 years of secretarial
experience and strong computer skills.or a bachelor's degree from an accredited
university and at least 3 years of progressively higher clerical/secretarial
experience with strong computer skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to
work as a team member required.
Competitive benefits package to include 401k. Favorable background screening,
drug/alcohol screening, valid driver's license with dependable transportation and
current insurance coverage Is a must. Interested applicants should MAIL a cover
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MATTRESS New full set in plas-
tic with warranty, $99. 850-222-
9879.

Prom/pageant dresses 1 teal,
fully beaded; 1 fuschia pink, fully
beaded; and 1 yellow beautifully
beaded top with full skirts, all small
sizes. Call 674-3859.

3 piece outdoor "cypress wood"
rocker set (2 chairs, 1 loveseat),
$200, cardio exerciser, $25; dresser
w/hutch; microwave, $20. Call 674-
6520 evenings.

FREE
Free house to be moved or torn
down for materials in Blountstown.
Call 674-5026 or 674-5887.

FREE PETS
Free to a good home, (2) part Rat
Terrier dogs. must stay together.
Has been spayed and all shots.
Must have a big yard. Call 674-
7952.

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 nightly/weekly. 15-day
CDL training available in your area.
Call today 1-866-280-5309.

SERVICES
"Christian & Civil Marriages" -
Rev. Dr. James Etherton, 850-674-
2137.


LOST & FOUND
Found black tool box and tools
around 12 noon on Monday, January
23 at Main St., Blountstown. Call
674-2020.

MOBILE HOMES
Mobile home for rent, 2 bdr. 1.5
balh with water. sewer and night light
furnished Located 5 miles on Hwy:
69 N., Blountstown. Prefer older


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Free Estimates
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RENTALS
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10xl0...$45
10x20...$80
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Call for FREE Estimates
We Accept Major Credit Cards
MOBILE: 850-643-6142
850-674-4576


couple or retired person. $385/mo
plus $350 deposit. Call 674-8834 or
785-6473.

REAL ESTATE
Land for Sale Hwy. 69-A road
frontage. Parcel 1 nineteen acres
(mol) $129,000; Parcel 2 nineteen
acres (mol) $89,000.00. Call
Shalene at (850) 762-8025.

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YARD SALES
Huge yard sale Saturday at 19735
NW Sutton Creek Dr., Blountstown,
(11th Street) beginning at 7:00 a.m.
until. Lots of clothes, caps, pocket
knives, trinkets, decorative shelves,
linens, pots, toys, jewelry, Get R
Done & Nascar novelty items. No
Earl Birds. No phone calls.
two -; family -yard sale 'Sat. at-"
19191 NE Oak Hill Dr., Blountstown.
Many household items, children and
adult. clothing, baby clothes and
other baby items, little girls bicycle,
toys, scrapbooking items, and more.
Beginning at 7:00 a.m. (rain or
shine). NO early birds please. Call
674-3859.
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 a.m. until.
Remodeling items, household items,


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19204 NW St. Rd. 12, Bristol, FL 32321
850-445-0828 FAX 850-643-5880
Jack (Hal) Summers, Jr. Broker
SHolli Revell Licensed Sales Associate
4 E-mail: hollirevell@gtcom.net


Liberty County:
* SFR remodeled home, 1,300 sq.ft, 3/2 bath on 2 acres in Ilosford $169,900
* SFR home, 3/1.5 on 1/31 acres in Sumatra bordering Black Creek $150,000
* 13,200 sq. ft Building in Bristol, currently being used as a church $750,000
* 4/3, mobile home on 1 acre, 2002 Fleetwood model $79,900
* 1 commercial acre in Hosford with building $75,000
* NEW LISTING SFR Home in Twin Oaks Subdivision, 3/2 bath, 1,352 sq. ft. -
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9.84 acres in Altha on SR 274, close to Compass Lake $69,000
10 acres in Clarksville on Porter Grade Rd $85,000
8.6 acres in Altha on SR 167 close to Compass Lake $99,000
S.48 acres in Blountstown on Janet Street $26,000
Gadsden County
S1.04 acres n Quincy on Circle Dr, close to Gadsden Memorial Hospital -$39,000
86.85 acres in Blountstown on Janet Street $579,000
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Road.

Multi-family yard sale Saturday,
8:00 a.m. until. Children and adult
clothes, toys and household items.
South Street behind Quick Pic.

Christian Home Free Will Baptist
Church located on Highway 69 North
is having a yard sale Saturday begin-
ning at 7:00 a.m. until Noon at the


Recreation Building behind the
church. Yard sale items include:
weed eater, above ground swimming
pool, dishes, books, motorcycle hel-
met, baked goods, flavoring, and
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applications for an Eligibility Wortke
.for Ihe Franklin County office
Position oversees the adminilsralon
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agency programs in Franklin County.
Applicant must be high school
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Teacher of the Year nominees.


Elementary School, has been in
the education field for the past
21 years. This is her ninth year
at BES. Prior to that, she taught
in Ocala for 11 years and spent
one year at BMS. What brings
her the greatest joy as a teacher?
"The kids!" she says without hes-
itation. "It's great ,to see their
growth and progress."
Debbie Van Lierop, a reading
coach at BES, agrees. "I just like
to see the students accomplish,"
she notes. "It's all about the
kids." Van Lierop has been teach-
ing for 21 years. Prior to joining
the faculty at BES, she taught at
BMS and Carr. In the past. she
has taught music and Title I
reading and math.
Cathy Kimbrel is now in her
26th year of teaching at BES.


DANA AYERS AND KON MEARS, B15H
NOMINEES.
She spent her first year in the
classroom, then switched to her
true love music. She says the
most rewarding part of her job is
"seeing the smiles on the kids'
faces when they're singing and
their enthusiasm."
Michele Futch, an ESE and


TERRI REID, CATHY KIMBREL, AND DEBBIE VAN LIEROP, BES NOMINEES.


RUSSELL BAGGETT, AMY VALENTA, AND MARK BROGDON, ALTHA NOMINEES.


reading instructor at
Blountstown Middle School, is in
her fourth year of teaching, the
past three of
which have been
at EMS. What
does she enjoy
most about her
profession?
"Making a differ-
ence," she com-
ments. "Besides
education, I try
to work with the
children. A lot of
MIKE PRATT, the children
ADULT SCHOOL/ come from dys-
CARE NOMINEE functional fami-
lies and I try to
help meet some of those needs
with counseling and advising. I
have a background in social work
so that comes natural."
Melissa O'Bryan has spent


her entire eight year career in
education at Blountstown Middle
School where she teaches ifiten-
sive reading to students in sixth
through eighth grades. "Seeing a
strong reader find success" is
how she describes her most
rewarding moments, adding,
"Even if it's a small success."
Leading the agriculture pro-
gram at Blountstown High
School is Ron Mears. In his third
year as a teacher, Mears was in
Mayo and Mt. Dora before
returning to his hometown to
teach at BHS. "It's the light bulb
moment," Ron says when
describing why he enjoys his
career as a teacher. "When you
know that mind has> been
stretched and that kid can never
be forced back into his old
thought pattern."
Dana Ayers has been teach-


BMS NOMINEES, MELISSA O'BRYAN (LEFT) AND MICHELE FUTCH.


ing foreign language studies at
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ELLIS NICHOLS AND SUE LEONARD,
CARR SCHOOL NOMINEES.

Blountstown High School since
1984 and served as a teaching
fellow at the University of Utah
for three years. In addition to
teaching French and Spanish at
BHS, she serves as an adjunct
instructor at Chipola College.
When class is not in session, she


serves as sponsor for Tigers
International. Ayers says nothing
thrills her more than seeing her
students' enthusiasm. "It's great
when a' student gets excited
about a concept or catches on
and works hard to achieve some-
thing especially if it's a student
who really has to work hard."
Over at the CARE program,
Mike Pratt is teaching students
who have been removed from the
traditional classroom setting. He
has been a teacher for 13 years,
12 in Calhoun County. Prior to
joining the CARE faculty. He also
serves as assistant football coach
for the Tigers, as well as track
coach. "You deal with kids every
day and try to teach them con-
cepts," he remarks. "It's reward-
ing when you notice in their face
'they get it they do understand
it."


Calhoun Co. 'Step Up,


Florida' event Feb. 9


The Calhoun County Health
Department w\ill host events
across the count' on February 9
as part of the "Step Up, Florida -
on our way to healthy living"
statewide campaign. which pro-
motes physical activity and
healthy lifestyles for Flondians
of all abilites. This is the thurd
year the event will sweep the
state to showcase the variety'of
* unique local opportunities each
county offers for physical acti\-
ty.
This year the Flonda
Department of health adopted a
new slogan for "Step Lip.
Florda!" 60 A Day the Flonda
Way to help participants unple-
ment the Unites States
Department of Agriculture
dietary guidelines that suggest
60 minutes of physical activity a
day will help manage body
weight and prevent gradual
weight'gain.
.' 'Cilhburi County is excited to
announce a partnership with the
county schools, the libraries and


Senior Citizens on some of the
day's events.
Each of Florda's 67 counties
will partake in the month long
ielay celebration as participants
along four routes pass a "fitness
flag" from county. line to county
line. Calhourn County wall pick
their flag up from Jackson
County and pass it off to Bay
County and the flag will end up
in Duval County for the grand
finale event on February 28.
Calhoun County will host a
community event on Februar' 9.
please make plans to come out
to Magnolia Square Park tn
downtown Blountstown between
10 00 AM to 1-00 PM to walk.
jog. and rollerblade. We will have
music to exercise to. free t-shirts
and other give always, and plenty
of water.
If you have any questions.
please call Susan Chafin. Step
Up' Florida Coordinator for
Calhoun County at the Calhoun
County Health Department at
6 4 -5645 ext 234


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Sr. Citizens plan trip to


Orlando's 'Holy Land'


Holy Land Experience!
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens has planned an exciting
trip to Orlando scheduled for
March 30 April I.
We will leave the Center
around 7 a.m. on the 30th while
making stops along the way (
including a stop for lunch on
youl. When we arrive at the
Days Inn m Orlando we will
check in and rest for awhile.
We'll need to be ready to leave by
5:30 p.m. for the "Mystery
Dinner Show While we eat a
scrumptious meal. the cast will
put on a mystery show where the
audience has a chance to partic-
Ipate. It is a really hilarious
evening and one you well not
soon forget.
After breakfast around 8 a.m
at 'Denny's" which is next door.
we'll head onto the Holy Land
Experience for an expenence you
won't forget. We'll expenence the
towns, people, and food of the
bible days. We'll stay until about
5 p.m. and then head onto the
Golden Corral for another feast.
We can then head back to the
motel for a good nights rest. In
the morning, after another good
breakfast. we'll stop at a huge
indoor flea market before head-
ing for home. On the way home
we'll stop for lunch on you.
Cost: $179 double. S225 sin-
gle. Full payment due March 1.
Contact Diane at 674-4163 if
interested.

Hot Meal Delivery Person Still
Needed
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens is in need of a person to
deliver hot meals to homebound
clients. If you can spare about
one or more hours per week and
have a car. your assistance


would be great appreciated.
Please call Diane at 674-4163 if
you would like to help. We do
pay rmleage

Shopping in Panama City
On Tuesday. February 21 we
will head out to Panama City to
the big Dollar Tree for a short
time and then onto WalMart
and/or Goody's. We will then go
to the mall for lunch and more
shopping. Around 2:30 we will
head back home and be back
around 4-00 p.m. Cost for
transportation is S7 00. We will
leave the Center at 8.30 a.m.
Call 674- 4 13 to sign up

Special Valentine's Day'
Luncheon
On Tuesday. February 14, we
well have a special Valentine's
Day luncheon. There is no
charge so just come and enjoy
and a delicious ham dinner.
Please call 674-4163 to let us
lkow you will be attending.
Also, remember your donations
are needed.

Mexican Train Dominoesl
Don't forget Tuesdays is our
Mexican Train Dominoes day. It
really is a lot of fun and easy to
learn. We are meeting Tuesday
mornings at 9:30 a.m. and will
play until lunch. We \\-ill even
have a special lunch for you, so
come and see what it is all
about.

Ceramics Class
We hope to be starting a
ceranucs class very soon. We
need more interest, so call Diane
if you would like to join in. We
w\ll probably set this up for
Wednesday morning. There will
he a small charge for supper


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Jjn. 24 RicIey Moslay po3e siion .:. lIe.s [man 2'j grams ol marduana drug paiapnc n-alia
flai.ng and eluding drnvng anlne license u.ipended or revo ed crln rnowl~A.Ige Connie Moloey
grand naeh lviolalnon of probation .Jared IJplord sentenced. trc.m ccur Jamie T Lane sen
tenced from court Edward Hail eenlern:ed Irom c.:ur Srnawr- Coll ns violalion or in|uni.lon
Jan. 26- Tamera Engram. no valid arvers license M.cnael Siuna child abuse domi eic Danery
resilsing asreetl Whou violence Ernem Rcrisson holding lor DOC Ellia Surmerln sentenced
Irom court Luis Ocaol sa-ual banerv
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Esraoon Perez no valid drivers Itense
Jan. 27. Brian llen Pryor possession or min lesa man 20 grams o marijuana drug parapnei
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