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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 22, 2006
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CELEBRATION


WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2006 U 100th Year, No. 12 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)

CRIME
HOLIDAY FUN


Christmas


festival set


for Dec. 2


downtown
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Magnolia Square in down-
town Blountstown will be
brimming with activity
Saturday, Dec. 2, as the
,local Eastern Star chapter
sponsors Christmas on the
Square.
The event kicks off at 9
'a.m. and continues through-
out the day, featuring a vari-
-ety of arts, crafts, food,
,entertainment and photos
:with Santa Claus.
The Chamber of
Commerce is sponsoring two
:Christmas parades that day.
,The first is set for 1 p.m. in
:Altha with lineup at 12:30
:p.m. behind Altha School.
-The evening parade gets
-underway at 6 p.m. in down-
town Blountstown. Lineup
:at Bowles Field (4 p.m. to
-have your float judged, oth-
erwise 5 p.m.) Call 674-4519
-to register your float for the
-Blountstown parade and
-762-3280 for Altha's. Main
Street will host a street
dance at the square follow-
ing the Blountstown parade.



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News Editor
Throw out that toll free number to
the Butterball hotline. Forget about
those last minute online searches. As
for Grandma's tried an'.l trIe
f >. 4-L J r: ...\ C I 'i. I l I' i.- 1 ,1 i. .,
The Cotunti. Record recently
embarked on a search to hind the
world';s greatest chefs and uncover
their secrets to creating a plump.
delicious bird. Friday morning,. we
called off the dogs as the hunt ended
in the kindergarten pod at
Blountstown Elementary School.
One unsettling piece of news
comes from younii Micah Dawson
who explains that a brutal murder
must occur before vour family can
truly enjoy the holidays.
"Turkeys come from eggs on a
farm." Micah points out. A mystery
man makes his way to the farm. looks
over the birds, and "picks their best
one." From there, the story turns
deadly. "They get a knife and stab 'emr
up into little pieces." says Micah.
Abrey Johnson agrees that turkeys
must die, but has other ideas on
where to find the good ones. "Goin'
huntin' in Texas." is the route he sug-
gests.
However. Aliya Everett has found
another venue for bagging a fine bird.
"Somewvhere.in the desert." she says,
declining to disclose the specific loca-
tion. She notes there are people who
make it their business to head out
west and catch turkeys, then deliver
them to the grocern- store.
But Pennie Kennedy doesn't like to
pass the buck to just any hunter. She
prefers picking out her own turkey on
site, in Lhe woods. "My grandaddy
would let me shoot it." she states. "lMe
and my grandma would go home and
cook it and my mama. she would be
scared of it. \\hen we get the feathers


oft of it. she'll like it."
That's another dilenuna many
chefs face: what to do about those
unsightly turkey feathers?,
According to Madison Taylor. it
shouldn't be a concern. During the
hunting process. the feathers tend trc
,.4,. p.;-,.l l'- the hll ir t l .;' S III,
tbe leathers come out." she explains.
What \ou pay for a turkey depends
on the cook.
Keirra Dabnev says a six pound
turkey for four people can be had for
S9. Madison notes her SL\ pounder
carries a 810 price tag and series
eight. Aliya tends to shop at more
high end markets and pays upwards
of 8100 for her bird.
Once your turkey is laid to rest in
the comforts of your shopping bag.
the options are endless on the best
way to prepare it for your guests.
If your bird must be assembled.
Kobe Burch has found a method to
this madness. "I would put the legs
on and the hands on and then I'd put
the stomach on.it. then the feathers."
he says. adding that the legs must
then be removed again before cook-
ing.
Karsen Hires suggests getting a
'really big turkey" and offers some
very simple steps to prepare it. "Put it
in a pan. put pepper and salt on it'
and garlicky (that's garlicky. not gar-
lic. check for it in the spice section)."
Aliya opts for a sweeter tasting
bird. "Clean it with water, then put it
in the stove with gravy on it and
sugar."
Keirra has other ideas. "Put
ketchup. salt, pepper, and hot sauce
on it."
Madison suggests another alterna-
tive. "Put it in a pan and you'll put
some grease in there, then put garlic
on it."


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After a big win over Chipley last Friday, the Blountstown Tigers have their'eye on the prize as they prepare to face defending state cham-
pion, Ocala Trinity Catholic, Friday at Bowles Field. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. The winner will advance to the state championship in Miami Dec. 2.
Above, the Tiger offense takes a knee during the Chipley game when a player was injured. For game highlights, turn to page 7.,

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Local man

arrested for

burglary of

liquor truck
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A Blountstown man
remained in custody at press
time after being accused of
burglarizing a liquor cargo
truck Friday.
David Strickland has been
charged with burglary of a
structure and petit theft.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, Lt.
Adam Terry responded to
West End Liquors on SR 20
West just after noon and
spoke with the driver for a
national distributing compa-
ny. The man advised he was
in the process of making a
delivery to the store and had
left the cargo box on the
truck open when he entered
the business. While inside,
he noticed a white male,
later identified as Strickland,
enter the back of the delivery
truck. The driver approached
and caught Strickland haul-
ing a case of 750 ml bottles
of Black Velvet whiskey.
The driver retrieved the
liquor from Strickland and
watched him leave the scene.
A witness identified
Strickland as the alleged cul-
prit and he was tracked
down at a nearby business.
Strickland denied entering
the truck, but was arrested
after the driver positively
identified him.
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Drunk driver

jailed after


close call
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
A drunk driver was arrest-
ed Nov. 13 after nearly col-
liding with a Calhoun
County deputy.
Edward J. Jones, Jr., 62,
was charged with DUI.
According to the Sheriffs
Office, Dep. Eddie Dalton
was westbound on SR 20
just after 6 p.m. when he
observed Jones driving east
in the westbound lane,
straight toward his patrol
car. Dep. Dalton took evasive
action to- avoid a head-on
collision. During a traffic
stop, Jones had slurred
speech, difficulty standing,
and failed a sobriety test,
resulting in his arrest.



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Phillip and Angie Hill's house to be featured on...


Tour


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Blountstown Main Street
invites everyone around the
region to join them for a
Christmas Tour of Homes.
The event is set for Friday,
December 8, from 5:30 to 9
p.m.
The evening begins at the
historic old courthouse on
Central Avenue East in
downtown Blountstown.
Visitors will be given maps
and can enjoy some light
refreshments, then take off
on the tour at their own pace.
Holiday lights will be twin-
kling bright at each of the
four lovely Blountstown
homes to be featured. They
include:
m The home of Phillip and
Angie Hill at 15821 SE Pear
Street. Christmas is the Hills'
favorite time of year and it
shows! Their beautiful home
will have a unique Christmas
tree in each room this season
and there will be an array of
delicious goodies to enjoy. In
addition, live holiday music
will fill the air!
The home of Dresa.
Leonard Barfield at 20084
NW Evans Avenue. Dresa's
adorable home has been in
her family for generations
and she's decorating this
Christmas with a family her-
itage theme. In addition to
her flair for design, Dresa is
also famous for her cooking
so save room for some deli-
cious holiday treats!
The home of Danny and
Deborah Hassig at 16902 SR
71 'South. Known as
Creekside, the Hassig's gor-
geous two-story house is rich
with history. The Hassigs
have some fabulous
Christmas decor in store this
season to accent their lovely
furnishings. Stop by and .see
what they've done with this
historic downtown residence!
The home of Don and
Mert Stephens at 20808
Sherry Avenue.' The
Stephens' home appears to
Have been plucked from the
Pages of a fairytale. For
Leatrs,. residents and visitors
alike have admired their
decor that changes with the
seasons. This is your chance
to get an up close 'look at
their lovely house in the
downtown residential dis-
trict.
Tickets for the tour are
$10 each with all proceeds
benefiting Blountstown Main
Street's downtown revitaliza-
tion efforts. You can pur-
chase your tickets at the old
courthouse- the night of the
event or in advance from
Merle Norman, Abby & Co.,
the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce, or
any Blountstown Main Street
member. However. even those
with advance tickets must
stop by the old courthouse to
present their ticket before
beginning the tour.
Each week leading up to
the event, The County Record
\ill highlight one of the four
homes being featured on the
tour. This week, we'll take a
look at Phillip and Angie
Hill's: lov'el house on South
Pear Street


of Homes


Phillip and Angie Hill, along with their children, Bleu and Summer, invite you to visit them on the
Blountstown Main Street Tour of Homes set for Friday, Dec. ,8, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Their house will
be decked out for the holidays with plenty of delicious treats for guests to enjoy!


Over 100 years old, the
Hill house was once located
along Blountstown's Lake
Hilda and was moved to it's
current site in the 60s.
Owners in the new location
included Horace and Mary
Travis, who later sold the
house to Phillip's mother and
stepfather, Kathy Cobb and
Dr. Brooks Cobb. Phillip and
his younger brothers, Chris
and James, grew up in the
home. Years later, Phillip and
Angie purchased the house
for their own family.
Together, this couple and
their children, Bleu and
Summer, have set about pre-
serving the old charm of the
house, while blending in
some exciting new elements,
Hand carved mahogany
pieces can be found through-
out the residence, imported
from Indonesia and once fea-
tured in the Hills' Atlanta fur-
niture store. Their grande
dining room table with seat-
ing for eight features a king
chair with lion heads carved
on the arms a piece known
to them as Evander
Holyfield's chair. Years ago.
the chair was purchased
from the Hills' Atlanta store
by Holyfield's girlfriend for
his enormous dining room. A
few days later, the girlfriend
called to say "Holy" (her nick-
name ,for Holyfleld)) had tried
it out, but wanted something
else. Because the couple had
been such good customers,
the Hills took the chair back
and immediately decided if
Holyfield had sat in it, the
perfect place for it would be
at the head of their own table!
The living room in the Hill
house includes elegant fur-
nishings that once graced the
Florida Capitol building. The"
walls in all the rooms show-
case gorgeous paintings
acquired during a trip to
Europe, : .
The back portion of the
home has recently been
remodeled to include a family
room, kitchen and breakfast
nook in an open floorplan
with large windows overlook-
ing the pool. '
Tour guests who visit the


Hill home will be treated to a
live string quartet arranged
by Ginnie Baker and a variety
of delectable holiday goodies.
The Hills will decorate in the
theme of "It's a Wonderful


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 22, 2006, Page 4


WILLIAM KENNETH
(KENNY) :DAWSON
Mr. William Kenneth
(Kenny) Dawson, 61, of
Blountstown, went home to
be with the Lord on Sunday
morning, November 19,
2006.
Kenny was born on
December 16, 1944, in
Calhoun County and had
lived here all of his life.
During Kenny's working life
he worked in road construc-
tion, pulp wooded, logged,
the river mill, worked on the
M&B Railroad and fish bait-
ed. Mr. Dawson was of the
Holiness faith.
He was preceded in death
by his father, William Earl
Dawson; mother, Ada Pelt
Dawson Hill; stepfather,
Albert (Pony) Hill; two sisters:
Jeanette Hill and Ada Bell
McNeil; two brothers, Gene
Dawson and Roy Wayne
Dawson.
Survivors include his wife
of 42 years, Johnnie Lou
Manning Dawson, of
Blountstown; one daughter,
Carla Juline Dawson Lynn,
of Blountstown; two grand-
children he loved as his own,
James Kenneth Dawson and
Kenisha Shawndale Lynn;
one sister, Mabeline Dawson
Douberly; a special hunting
partner, William Henry
(Doodle) Pittman; and several'
other nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held
Tuesday, November 21, at
3:00 p.m. (cst) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel.
Memorialization was by cre-
mation. Memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the St.
Jude Children's Research
Hospital, 322 N. Lauderdale,
Memphis, TN 38105.
.All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. ,850-
674-2266.

LUCY VIVIAN SHELTON
Mrs. Lucy Vivian Shelton,
90, passed away Tuesday,
November 14, 2006, at the
Parthenon Health and Rehab
Center in Blountstown.
Mrs. Shelton was born on
March 23, 1916, in
Clarksville and was a life long
resident of Calhoun County.
She .1%as, a retired school
teac her wxith over 36 years of
teaching. Lucy wasa.imember.._
of the Blountstown Woman's
Club, Delta Kappa Gmrnma
Fraternity, the Retired
Teachers Association, and
the Poplar Head Missionary
Baptist Church in
Clarksville.
Lucy was preceded in
death by four brothers,
Robert Jones, Curtis Jones,
Byron Jones, and Lamar
Jones, and two.sisters, Mellie
Hall and Kate Chambliss.,
Survivors include her hus-
band, Elbert Shelton, of
Clarksville; two sons, Grady
Wayne Shelton, of Clarksville,
and Randall Michael Shelton,
of Altha; three grandchildren
and three great grandchil-
dren.
Funeral services were held.
Friday, November 17, at 2:00
p.m. (cst) from the Poplar
Head Baptist Church in
Clarksville with Rev. Marvin
Nichols and, Rev. Phillip
Williams officiating.
Interment followed in the
Poplar Head Cemetery in
Clarksville. Memorial contti-
butions may be made to the
Poplar Head Baptist Church,
19118 SR73 N., Clarksville,
Fla. 32430 or to: the
Alzheimer's Resource Center,
P.O. Box 3353, Tallahassee,
Fla. 32315.
All arrangements were
under the direction of. Marion
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-
674-2266.

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GENEVA LUCILLE
TOMLINSON
Mrs. Geneva Lucille
Tomlinson, 81, passed away
Thursday, November 9, 2006,
at the Blountstown Health
and Rehab Center in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Tomlinson was born
in Bridgeport, Ill., and lived
in Calhoun County since
2001, coming from Tavares,
Fla. She was a member of
the Christian Church and of
the Eastern Star in Indiana.
Survivors include her hus-
band, Robert V. Tomlinson,
of Blountstown; one son,
John Robert Tomlinson, and
his wife, Linda, of Mesquite,
TX; one daughter, Brenda
Varnes, and her husband,
Greg, of Blountstown; three
grandchildren; and five great
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, November 11, at
1:00 p.m. (cst) from the Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with
Greg Varnes 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, ph. 850-
674-2266.

ANTIONE LEE WILLIAMS
Brother Antione Lee
Williams was born on May 2,
1973 in Plainfield, NJ to
Theresa M. Martin, Gregory
"Dake" Martin, and Robert E.
Knight. On November 4,
2006, the Lord decided it was
time to take brother Antione
home.
He graduated from the
Blountstown High School in
1993. He helped lead the
Black History Month Parade
in the Mayhaw Community
for many years. He was bap-
tized and became a member
of the New Hope .Missionary
Church under the pastorage
of Rev. R.C. McGriff at a
young age. He later united
and joined the Prayer
Chainer's Mission of God
under the leadership of Elder
Sheard. Brother Williams
was an ordained minister
who founded a church. He
had the unique opportunity
to serve wva.5;. an,
Americorps*Vista. "Antione,"
.-as...he....was affectionately
called, dedicated his life to
the ministry of helping others
and loving people. He had a
heart made of gold and will
be sadly missed.
Brother Williams has sev-
eral loved ones to precede
him in death: his sister,
Coretta Ann Miartin: grandfa-
ther, Carl \. Williams: and a
grandmother. Chrissy Ann
Martin.
He leaves to mourn, but
cherish forever his most pre-
cious memories, a mother,
Theresa M. Martin; a father,
Gregory "Dake" Martin, Sr.; a
grandmother, Gloria R.
Williams, of Dunn, NC;
brothers, Gregory Martin, Jr.,
of Clinton, NC, Raquan
Knight of Eddison, NJ, and
Desmond Martin, of
Fayetteville, NC; sisters,
Angel Kirkland, of
Salemburg, NC, Kimper
Knight, of Plainfield, NJ,
Shecoral Knight, of Tarber,
NC, and Chrissy Martin, of
Blountstown; a loving and

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devoted aunt who stood by
him until the end, Lynette
Williams, of Blountstown; a
host of loving uncles and
aunts, Saul Howard (Sandra)
of Plainfield, NJ, Ricky
Williams (Pamela) of Newark,
NJ, Jimmy Howard of Dunn,
NC, Dora R. Parker (Thomas)
of Piscataway, NJ, Van
Dennis of Jonesboro, GA,
Doris Knight of Plainfield, NJ,
Mary Knight of Plainfield, NJ,
Mildred Knight of Rocky
Mountain, NC, Willie Knight
of Virginia Beach Lee
Knight of Piscataway, NJ; the
Martins, Verdella, Darlene,
Betty, Joyce, and Willa, all of
Blountstown; Mary Carolyn
of East Orange, NJ; Troy,
Edward (Trudy) of Plainfield,
NJ, and Dallas of Manhattan,
New York; a goddaughter,
Mahershalal Washington, of
Blountstown; a special child,
Destiny; and a host of
cousins, special friends, and
loved ones.

LEXIS ARIANA WOODS
Infant baby girl Lexis
Ariana Woods passed away
Tuesday, November 14,
2006, at the Jackson County
.Hospital in Marianna.
Ariana is survived by her
mother, Sarah Norris, of
Blountstown; her father,
Tommy Woods, of
Blountstown; brother,
Tommy Woods, Jr., of
Blountstown; paternal
grandparents, Christine and
Henry Woods of Blountstown;
paternal great grandmother,
Christelle Hill of
Blountstown; paternal great
grandparents, Wanda and
Warren Woods, of Lakeland;
maternal grandfather, George
Norris, of Panama City;
maternal great grandmother,
Violet Milligan, of Kinard;
maternal grandfather, Pete
Austin, of Louisiana; mater-
nal grIeat grandmother, lona
Tharpe, of Clarksville.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, November 18, at
10:00 a.m. (CST) from the
graveside at Bailey Cemetery
in )4Clarksville with .Rev.
Cayllton Cain officiating.
Intqrment followed.
IAll arrangements were
unker the direction of Marlon
Peaiy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-
674-2266.


Revival Tabernacle
invites you to worship
with them on Sunday,
The Revival Tabernacle
Church invites everyone to-
attend Sunday morning serv-
ices. Guest speaker will be
Paul Mahorrev of Alabama.
For more information call,
674-4341.


Arrow of Tuth e


Thanksgiving
Romans 12:9

Its interesting to think
back and wonder how our
descendants felt on the very
first Thanksgiving Day. They
sat on crude benches, at
crude tables with a new peo-
ple they encountered in a
new land, whom they called
Indians.
All of them ate together
and showed a sincere love for
each other. I believe that on
that first Thanksgiving day
others were honored above
ones self and there was no
lack of zeal. I believe that as
they bowed their heads for
prayer, the presence of God


Card of Thanks
We deeply appreciate the flow-
ers, food, cards, letters, phone calls
and other contributions from friends
and relatives during the loss of our
mother, Linnie D. "Jack" Bodiford.
We are most grateful to Dr. I.
Faruqui and the staff at Parthenon
Healthcare of Blountstown for the
care and concern given "Granny
Jack" during her years there and the
special consideration shown to each
member of our family, especially dur-
ing her recent illness and death. And
to Emerald Coast Hospice, our grat-
itude for their assistance and kind-
ness during our time of sadness.
A special thank you to Rev.
DeWayne Tolbert, Richard Hall of
Hall Funeral Home, Donnie Ray
Southwell, Altha Church of God and
all individuals who participated in
services celebrating the life of
"Granny Jack".
To each and everyone, we thank
you from the bottom of our heart,
and God's speed to you,
The family of Linnie D.
"Jack" Bodiford
Card of thanks
The family of Jeanne Thill would
like to thank all of her wonderful
friends and neighbors heir thought-
fulness during her illness and after
her passing. The support that we
received from each of you gave
these last days more meaning and
has helped to ease the grief from our
loss. We especially want to thank
the Phillip Detweiler family for all of
their love and support; the Bob
Smith family for their generous gifts
of time and means, and Pastor Paul
Srrm h for hi,.S piriijal support And,
to all of our wonderful neighbors.
We will always remr n-m.er liie love
and support thiai you all showed 10
us.
Frank Thill & Family

Card of thanks
,1 would like to take this opportuni-
ty to extend myr appreciaion for all
the kind deeds and expressions of
sympathy shown to me and my fam-
ily during the loss of my nephew,
Antione Lee Williams.
Thank you for the telephone
*calls, cards, prayers and especially
for your contributions. Special
thanks to Hospice, home health


was very real.
Thanksgiving was always
an important event when I
was growing up. In my early
years most of our relatives
met together at Grandma and
Grandpa's house, we had
turkey with all the fixings
and the family sitting around
the dining room table was
cause for excitement. I can
assure you there was no lack
of zeal. As we bowed our
heads in prayer there was an
awareness of God's presence
and we were thankful. There
was much love and joy, and
we reflected on the blessings
and goodness of God.
I pray on this
Thanksgiving, wherever you


aides, the social worker and those
who volunteered their services dur-
ing the last days of Antione's life:
Annette Carroll, Rosa Lee Engram,
Contessa Bell, Lisa Cumbie, and
Dallas Muhammad. Thanks to the
Prayer Chainers Mission of God
Church pastor, Geraldine Sheard.
We have lost someone very spe-
cial. Thank you so much for caring.
Sincere love,
The Williams family
Card of thanks
We would like to thank everyone
who brought food and gave support
to our family in such a difficult time. It
was greatly appreciated.
The family of
Gregory Malone Pickron


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Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-7525
Pastor: Rev. Dave Odum
Sunday School...9:30 AM n Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00,Pm
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Meaningful Bible Study .........................9:45 AM
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Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
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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


St. Mary Missionary '

Baptist Church
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL __,
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716
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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

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


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13th Street
Blountstown, FL
850-674-4331


SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
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are and whatever your cir-
cumstances, that you would
honor each other above your-
self, pray for our world with,
its hate and v..kedn,:_'
never lack in zeal and keep-
the excitement in your life by-
serving God every day and
being thankful in all things.


Cards of Thanks


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 22, 2006, Page 5


New officials take office


Happy 5th Birthday!!
Shayla LeAnne Melton
turned 5 years old on
October 27th. She celebrat-
ed with a Care Bear party
with her friends and family
including the newest edition,
"Miss" Ruby Ann O'Bryan, pic-
tured with her above. Ruby
Ann, daughter of Randy and
Julie (Melton) O'Bryan, is
Shayla's number one cousin.
She keeps Shayla very busy
helping take care of all her
wants and needs. Happy
belated birthday Shayla! We
love love you both very
much.
Love, Mommy & Aunt Julie


The children of Aubrie and
Jpanita Mears extend an
invitation to family and
friends to join in celebration
ot their 60th wedding
anniversary.
SThe celebration will be
held December 2, 2006, from.
300 5:00 p.m. at
Macedonia First Baptist
QCaurch on Macedonia Road,
Blountstown.
Aubrie and Juanita were
married on December 24,
I146. They have lived all of
their married life in Calhoun
county and reared four chil-
dren. They have ten grand-
children and sixteen great-
srandchildren.
No local irwitations are


Happy Birthday,
Lilly Kate & Papa!
Lilly Kate Powell will turn
one on Wednesday,
November 22nd. She cele-
brates her birthday with her
PaPa, Alfred Harris who will be
72.
Lilly Kate is the daughter of
David and Traci Powell of
Panama City. She is the
granddaughter of Alfred and
Pat Harris of Blountstown and
Raymond and Teresa Powell
of Panama City,
Lilly Kate enjoys playing
with her cousins and riding in
her red wagon.
Happy Birthday, Lilly Kate
and Papall!


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Aubrie and Juanita Mears will be
honored with an anniversary
party December 2;
being sent. We simply ask
that friends and family join to
celebrate and reminisce. No
iftts plca.se


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 22, 2006, Page 6


After falling to Sneads in tourney opener...




Altha defeats Wewa


BY JIM MCINTOSH
Blountstown, November
14-The Altha Wildcats
Varsity Boys opened their
2006-2007 basketball season
by dropping their first game
to the Sneads Pirates, 63-36,
in the preseason tourna-
ment.
The Pirates jumped out to
an 18-5 first quarter lead and
extended that lead to 35-15
at the intermission.
The Top Cat in scoring was
Jason Holland with 13
points. Nathan Castaneda
pumped in 8 points while
Kevin Saldana added 6
points. Josh McIntosh
cashed in 4 points and Cale
Chafin stroked a 3-pointer.
Andrew Braswell rounded
out the Wildcats' scoring with
a field goal.
Blountstown, November


16-Humbled by their per-
formance in the first game of
the tournament, coach
Sidney Granger's Wildcats
were determined not to let it
happen again. And they did-
n't. From the opening tip-off
Altha out-hustled the
Wewahitchka Gators knock-
ing down 16 points in both
the first and fourth quarters'
on their way to 57-41 win.
Altha built a 16-7 first
quarter lead and although
Wewa made a run before half-
time, the Wildcats main-
tained a 30-25 edge at the
break. Altha's defense stiff-
ened in the third quarter and
they held Wewa to 5 points
while posting 10 points them-
selves.
The Top Cat in scoring was
Cale Chafin as he found his
rhythm from 3-point land
pumping in 5 out of his 6


attempts on his way to a 20-
point performance.
Senior Jason Holland hus-
tled up and down the court
all night, breaking up several
of Wewa's fast-break oppor-
tunities. Also, Holland did a
lot of board work on both
ends of the court and con-
tributed 14 points to the
Wildcats' win. Josh
McIntosh chalked up 12
points and Kevin Saldana
added 7 points. Nathan
Castaneda sacked both of his
two charity stripe opportuni-
ties. Both Ethan Byler and
Nic Chamberlain added a free


throw apiece.
After the Thanksgiving
break, the Wildcats will open
their regular season at Poplar
Springs on Tuesday,
November 28. The following
Thursday finds them on the
road against Bethlehem. In
both of these games the jun-
ior varsity action will get
underway at 6:00 p.m. and
the varsity tip-off is sched-
uled for 7:30 p.m.
For more Wildcat informa-
tion, visit their website at
www.paec.org/calhoun/altha
I'll see you at the games!
GO WILDCATS!!!


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Lady Wildcat celebration
The Altha Lady Wvii:ic :t celebrated an. outstanding volleyball
season at their recent t.on.:iijet Varsity'awards'went to (from
left) Tory Lipford (best offense and setter award), Cherie Hires
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 22, 2006, Page 7






Tigers advance to third round of playoffs






Will host defending state champs Ocala Trinity Catholic


The Blountstown Tigers
have reached the point where
their season came to an
abrupt end last year when
they lost to Ocala Trinity
Catholic, 43-0 in the third
round of the state playoffs.
After dominating Chipley for
the second time in four
weeks, this time 43-6, the
Tigers will host the undefeat-
ed and defending Class 2B
State Champions at Bowles
Field Friday night at 7:30.
The winner advances to the
state championship game
December 2 against the win-
ner of Pahokee and Cardinal
Mooney.
"We've got our work cut
out for us," coach Greg
Jordan said Tuesday.
"They're huge on the line.
They've got all eleven starters
on offense back from last
year. They've got close to 30
seniors on the team and
they've got 17 division 1
prospects including quarter-
back John Brantley who has
committed to Texas."
They can't put but 11 at a
time on the field and this
Tiger team just might be a lit-
tle better than last year's
team. This team will get after
their quarterback and plays
good pass defense. This
Tiger team has a more bal-
anced offensive package than
last year and should be able
to run and pass when need-
ed. This team will battle until
the last second ticks off the
clock. This Tiger team won't
be intimidated.
For seniors Brandon
Williams, Garry Reed, Chase
Cox, Timothy Copeland, Josh
Lee, Eric O'Bryan, Brad
Terry, Bradley Johnson and
Josh Underwood, this will be
their last game at Bowles
Field. In three years thru
Friday night. their record has
been 30-0 during the regular
season and 7-2 i, the iplay-
offs. Impressive!
II I l I I F m


Chipley had defeated
Northview last week for the
opportunity to face
Blountstown for the second
time in four weeks. The
Tigers had easily won that
game 38-9 and could have
won this one much worse
than the final 43-7 margin.
Offensively, the Tigers have
outscored their opponents by
a 435-112 margin in '06.
Blountstown was stuffed
on two running plays for a
gain of one. On the third play
of the game, quarterback
Cory Cox lofted a bomb to
Jonathan Lockhart who
made the catch, broke a tack-
le and raced 65 yards for a
touchdown. Jared King's
PAT gave the Tigers a quick
7-0 lead.
After forcing a Chipley
punt, the Tigers were facing a
punting situation of their
own. Garry Reed took a
direct snap and raced down
the center of the field for a big
first down. Five plays later
Cox dove in from the one for
the score. Ryan Baker had a
big 16 yard run on the drive
to pick up a first down. A
high snap resulted in a
missed extra point.
Chipley scored on their
next series on a 62 yard pass
play that started with some
missed tackle. The PAT cut
the Tigers' lead to 13-7.
On fourth and 10 from
Chipley's 27, Cox connected
with Lockhart again for a
touchdown. The two-point
coni\-ersion \vas good and the
Tiert-s i-\ere head. 21-7.
Cox had another strong
performance connecting on 7
of 14 passes for 159 \ards
with 3 touclihdowns and no
interceptions. Lockhart had
two receptions for 92 Yards
and 2 touchdowns Reed had
3 catches fobr46 \ards.. Matt
Vincent had 1 catch for 14
yards and a touchdown.
Brandon Williamrs and


Demarco Johnson each had
one reception.
Chase Cox came up with
an interception and returned
the ball to Chipley's 4 yard
line to set up Blountstown's
next score, a 4 yard blast by
Timothy Copeland on first
down. King's PAT put the
Tigers up 28-7 to end the
first quarter.
Midway the second quar-
ter, runs of 18 by Baker and
20 by Malcolm Ivory set up a
14 yard touchdown pass
from Cox to Vincent. Another
high snap was fielded by Cox
who ran the ball in for two
points and a 36-7 halftime
lead.
Baker. led the Tigers'
-ground attack with 78 yards
on 10 carries. Copeland fol-
lowed with 36 on 11 attempts
including two touchdowns.
Early in the third quarter
Blountstown put together a 4
play 54 yard drive including a
27 yard pass from Cox to
Reed. Copeland raced the
final 18 yards for the touch-
down and King added the
PAT for the final score of 43-
7.

Jared Lilly took over at
quarterback for the Tigers
and Johnson, Ivory, and
Brent Ransom got most of the
carries for the Tigers in the
fourth quarter.
Baker led the defense with
10 tackles and 1 sack.
Lockhart was also in on 10


tackles and had 1 intercep-
tion. Chase Cox had 7 tack-
les and 1 interception. Eric
O'Bryan also was in on 7
tackles.
This has been another
tremendous season for the


Blountstown Tigers and first
year head coach Greg
Jordan. Fan support has
been outstanding this year at
home and on the road and
the stands need to be rocking
Friday night. Come early and


bring some friends. Try and
outscream Janet Dykes.
These Tigers deserve your
support as they clear this
next hurdle to the state
championship game in
Miami.


BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER

HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN ,


Coach Greg Jordan
12-0, Region Champs for the 3rd
straight year. The BHS Tigers advanced
to the state semi-finals with a 43-7 win
over the Chipley Tigers this past Friday
night. The.Tigers caught fire early on
offense essentially putting the game away
early with twenty eight 1st quarter points.
This was a rematch from a district cham-
pionship game three weeks ago with
almost identical results. This time around
the BHS Tigers were very.balanced as
Chipley loaded the box to stop the run
game. We had 164 yards passing on 8-
.15, and 159 yards rushing on 33 carries
for, 323 total yards. The defense once
again played playoff intensity football
holding Chipley to 11 rushing yards on 24
carries for a 0-5 yards per attempt.
The Tigers from Chipley did amass
193 passing yards on 8-22. A large
amount of those yards coming after a cou-
ple of missed tackles in open field for big
yardage. As most of you already know
the Tigers will be at home in, th e state
semi-final game -vs- Ocala Trinity
Catholic who defeated Jacksonville Trinity
Christian 45-0, the past week. O.T.C.
defeated Florida High out of Tallahassee
47-10 the week we played Baker. As you
would e'pet ;O.T.C. is 12-0 on the year


ju l iii we are Tre i:I,)sesT margin Or vi.-
tor, Ior ihem on ime year was a V5-j10i
gam- .-u. Wilisiin a c:la 3A pla,.,ti


I 101iu ur pla,.er on irie s. ul report
thai 0 TC will eaIlv toe i be-r0 l ltem we
have rtai-ed all ,ear I a31io 'i13 Irem from
all rie him nial I ve seen ihai we are. ire
bei learnm thal I va e -een ihem pl:, We've
told ojur players Irom dai one t:o
RESPECT all our opponreni lt ul FEAR
n-n. -,1 i e-i-n Our pla.,er.S will nol te
imimdiied t I:,y Ire pow.ver Irom lMar,'-n
Courn,, Tr., ivyil have- I' come I--' Bowi-le
Field, a place where Inete esennir-, r nave
NE,/'ER io; Tr.e I, 1i losI aI inir.- iel
camTe r.n irie 1 r:cunr. OI Ir plavr in iIne
200C3 -eaEon TnTri i.ro-up .:. plav.ers. rave
never 1.:i 5a pa_-nrl garite here I r, ome
and we lor I wani ic scan now O TC
had 3CY juni.:rs lai -l ,ear reiurrined all 11i
slaners on otfense and added a lter more
durrgi' he on se.ac-nr Triey will ha.e Ic1
cz-m. nere to win Iirs year. and Itial will l e
a advaniage l-:or uO Wee will need every.
one r -:uome .ul and give u:s upon Ith .
wee anrd we r-,. lu slay the G.Ianr. Irom
Ocala Come Oul cheer mar3e ome
noiseIl Hope to see v3 ai Ine game' GO
TIGERS'?


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The County Record, NOVEMBER 22, 2006, Page 8


Bradley Wells is district

AlTHA SCHOOI NEWS 'Sunshine State Scholar'


Teen Trendsetter Reading Mentors include (back row, from left) Lead Teen Trendsetter Mentor
Cayla Coxwell, Nikki DeBolt, Kara Jackson, Caitlin Hansford, Hannah Willis (Not Pictured: Joy,
Capps). Students include (front row, from left) Jay Yon, Katie Cox, Shelby Posey, Selena Lynn, Taryn
Yand, and Brandon Williams.


Teen Trendsetter Reading
Mentors
Altha Public School is par-
ticipating in the Teen
Trendsetter Reading Mentor
program, as part of Governor
Jeb Bush's Mentoring
Initiative.
Five seniors and one jun-
ior are serving as reading
mentors to several third
grade students. The third
grade students participating
in this program receive a new
scholastic book each


Thursday to help build their
home library. Students eat
lunch with a senior mentor.
Mentors then provide addi-
tional one-on-one attention
to help improve their reading
skills. The program is spon-
sored by Mrs. Cindy Nichols.
By: Brad Wells
Senior Portrait Orders
On November 27, a repre-
sentative from Jim Owens
will be at the school to take
orders from seniors and their


parents for Senior Portraits.
The representative will be in'
the media center from 3 p.m.
until 5 p.m. No appointment
is necessary.
By: Kasey Roberts
Calendar
Nov. 27- Progress
Reports; Senior Portrait
orders 3-5 p.m.
Nov. 28-Girls Basketball
at Wewa 6:30; Boys
Basketball Poplar Springs -
home 6 & 7:30


SCARR ELEMENTARY

CR M SCHOOL NEWS
CARR MS T


JAIkA


ments, grade point averages
in math and science, and
American College Testing
scores.


Wells will compete at
regionals in January and the
state competition will be held
in March.


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STUDENTS OF THE MONTH: Prrinc ipl..l Darryl To, icr Jr :I pIe.e, to announce the Students of the
Month at Carr School. They include Kailei Davis (KA), Courtney Cole (KB), Hannah Garreft (lA),
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Bradley James Wells, a
senior at Altha High School,
has been chosen to represent
Calhoun County Schools as
Sunshine State Scholar.
Two Calhoun County stu-
dents were
nominated
by their
schools to
represent a.
the district
in the 2006- 1 -
07 Sunshine
Scholars
Recognition Bradley Wells
Program in
mathematics and science.
Wells was the nominee from
Altha and Lauren Wood was
chosen from Blountstown
High School. A district-level
steering committee selected
Wells as the representative.
This program was initiated
in Florida in 1997 to recog-
nize excellence in mathemat-
ics and science among high
school seniors. The selection
process is based on academic
competitions and achieve-
Chipola to

offer Hispanic


College will offer Hispanic
Cinema (SPT 2521) during
the Spring 2007, semester
which begins Jan. 5.
The course will be taught
in English as a humanities
with-writing course, using a
variety of foreign films from
Spain and Latin America as
visual texts to encourage top-
ics for writing. SPT 2521 ful-
fills 6,000 words of the
Gordon Rule requirement.
Grades of 'C' or better in ENC
1101-02 are required. Prior
coursework in Spanish is not
required.
Films in the course are
mostly in the original
Spanish and include English
subtitles. The films portray
the society, cultures and peo-
ple of different Hispanic
countrifs.... As such. the
course will satisfy the,
requirement for an interna-,
tional diversity course at
Florida State University.
The class will meet on
Tuesday evenings from 5:30
to 8:30 p.m. in Room 113 of
the Language and Literature
building. Dr. Mark T., Ebel is
the professor.
For more information,
contact Dr. Ebel at 718-
2282.


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Chipola hosts "Behind the Scenes"

for region's middle school students
MARIANNA-The Chipola College chapter of Phi Theta
Kappa hosted "Behind the Scenes" for area middle school stu-
dents on Nov. 13.
The project brought together middle school students to
exhibit scenes from novels they had read in school. Students
created backdrops and 'costumes for their scenes which were
judged by volunteers.
Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough awarded prizes to the
winners. Grand Ridge Middle School won first place. Poplar
Springs won second. Roulhac Middle School was third and
Blountstown Middle School won fourth place.
Above, Matthew Warren of Blountstowvn Middle School por-
trayed "The Old Man and the Sea," with help from teacher
Wendy Eubanks.


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position:

Job Coach for
Exceptional Education Students

*Terms of Employment: 12 months
* Salary: Range $15,000 $23,000
*Applicant Qualifications:
High School diploma and highly qualified
Experience working with ESE students in vocational fields
Good communication skills
CDL license
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should
be returned to the School Board office by November 29,
2006 12:00 Noon (CST).
*A copy of job duties pertaining to this position is available at
the School' Board Office. Questions concerning this job may be-
directed to Ms. Virginia Bietenholz, ESE Director.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
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FBLA NEWS
Future Business Leaders
of America (FBLA) went to the
fall rally in November. Nic
Tomlinson was voted in as
Vice President of the district
office. The Quiz Bowl Team,
which included Holly
Jeppson, Kori Edewaard,
Justin Godwin, and Jessica
Bontrager, received 2nd
place.
Thank you for proudly
representing Blountstown
High School in the fall rally,
we are proud of you!
By: Meagan Benton
Tigers International News
Tigers International is
having a candy sale to raise
money for more cultural-
enrichment activities such as
the annual trip to St.
Augustine, Florida. Members
are selling fruit snacks and
rock candy for one dollar
each, and lollipops for fifty
cents each.
By: Melissa Howland
FYI
Scholarship information- is
available in the Guidance
office.
Senior Trip deposit
December 6th. Do not forget!!
Fall break is underway.
School will resume November
27th. Have a Happy
Thanksgiving!!!
By: Melissa Ellis.
Progress Reports
Parents, expect students'

Old Altha


yearbooks


are on sale
Attention AHS Alumni, is
your yearbook collection
complete? Yearbooks from
the following years are avail-
able for sale for $30 each:
1949, 1950, 1952, 1953,
1954, 1957, 1958, 1959,
1960, 1961, 1963, 1964,
1965, 1966, 1967, 1969,
1971, 1972, 1973, 1978,
1979, 1980 1981, 19S2.
1983. 1984, 1985, 1987,
19S9;J' 2991," 1995. 1996.
1997, 1998, 1999, 2000,
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,
2005, and 2006.
Stop by or call the media
center at 762-3448 to claim
yours. Some years are very
limited.

BMS Advisory

Council will

meet Dec. 7
The School Advisory
Council for Blountstown
Middle School will meet
December 7, at 3:00 p.m. in
the Media Center. All Council
members are urged to attend.

Short courses

are offered at

Chipola College
MARIANNA-Chipola
College will offer a variety of
short courses in the coming
weeks.
The following Mandatory
training for Child Care
Facility Personnel and Family
Child Care Home will be
offered: Rules and
Regulations (family), Dec. 2,
7 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Child Abuse
and Neglect, Feb. 2, 6 to 10
p.m.; Child Growth and
Development, Feb. 3, 7 a.m.
to 1 p.m.; Behavioral
Observation and Screening,
Feb. 5 and 7, 6 to 9 p.m.;
Health, Safety and Nutrition,
IFeb. ,10, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.;
Rules and Regulations (cen-
ter), Feb. 12 and 14, 6 to 9
p.m.; Special Needs
Appropriate Practices, March
10, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Pre-
School Appropriate Practices,
March 31, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Costs range from $17 to $43
depending on length of
course.
An Early Care and
Education Administrative
Overview course will meet


Tuesday, Jan. 9 through
April 24 from 6 to 9:00 p.m.
Cost is $191. An Internship
course will meet Thursdays,
Jan. 11 through April 26
from 6 to 9:00 p.m. Cost is
$191.
Introduction to Computers
with Internet for Seniors will
meet Feb. 8 from 9 a.m. to
noon. Cost is $24.
Cake Decorating I begins
Feb. 1. Cake Decorating II
See COURSES, page 11


progress reports to go out on
Wednesday, November 29,
2006.
By: Chelsea Faircloth
ASVAB
After the good morning
show on Tuesday, November
16, all juniors and a couple of
seniors piled in the auditori-
um for the three-hour long
ASVAB, or the Armed
Services Vocational Aptitude
Battery. The ASVAB meas-
ures strengths, weaknesses,
and potential for future suc-
cess in the military as well as
in civilian
occupations.Hopefully every-
body did an exceptional job.
By: Barbara Aveyard


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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Elves with the City of Blountsto'.vn and Calhoun
Correctional Institution have been busy all week decking
the downtown streets for the holidays. Above, a new 25
foot tree was erected in Magnolia Square Monday in
preparation for Tuesday night's tree lighting ceremony
and outdoor rnovie "Elf' presented by Blountstown Main
Street to kick off the Christmias season


Tool collectors from around the region converged at the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement Saturday for the annual
antique tool show and sale. Above, Tommy Williams and his
granddaughter, Mary Beth, peruse the tables filled with all sorts
of interesting tools. At right, a couple at the show gets a closer
look at a unique piece on display,


At the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement farm



Syrup making day Saturday


Come out and experience
one of the yummiest tradi-
tions of our past syrup
making. We do it all, from
start to finish, on the
Settlement grounds. The
Syrup House, on the 40 acre
farmstead, houses an early
1900s 'sugar mill, a wood
burning furnace, built in the
southern tradition, and a
pre-civil war kettle.
"Papa's Best Syrup" is
made in the traditional man-
ner at the syrup house, and
bottled on the .spot from
locally grown sugar cane.


Syrup and Cane Juice will be
available.
This free event, with fun,
for the entire family,. takes
place on the Saturday after
Thanksgiving, November 25
at the Farmstead on the
Settlement's grounds. It
' starts at 8 a.m. (CT) and lasts
until the last drop of syrup is
bottled, around 3 p.m.
There will be no fee, but
voluntary contributions are
gladly excepted.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is located in Sam
Atkins Park, about 1 mile


west of the intersection of
Hwy. 71 and Hwy. 20. Follow
Hwy. 20 West out of
Blountstown. -Look for signs
for Sam Atkins Park. Turn
North at Lindy's Fried
Chicken (Silas Green St.) Go
to the Farmstead behind the
Settlement then follow the
syrup signs along the Pioneer
Settlement Road. There's
plenty of parking!
'The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is a nonprofit
organization dedicated to the
preservation of rural life in
the Florida Panhandle.


For further information on
the Settlement, call 674-
2777.

Local libraries

will be closed

Nov. 22-25
The Blountstown Public
Library will be closed for
Thanksgiving on November
23-25. All branches will be
closed November 22-25.


I J ow-cost decreasing term life insurance provides money to

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Rides planned Dec. 8, 9, 15, & 16 on the...


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This year's "Winter
Wonderland Express" Train
:is scheduled to depart the
River Junction Depot in
Veterans' Memorial Park in
Bristol on Friday and.
Saturday, December 8, 9, 15
and 16th at 6:30 through
9:30 P.M. EST. Admission is
,$2.00 per person. Children
under 5 are free but must be
with an adult. This year,
there will be, a concession
'available for the passengers'
awaiting the train.


SJim re J.:..nr.,n did whale he had i.V, d.,.
on Sunday to clinch his first NEXTEL
Chase for the Cup title. Johnson came in
0 ,;, ninth-place in the season-ending Ford
400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
'This is just the most amazing day of my
life," an emotional Johnson, 31, said after hoisting the
Nextel Cup in front of the main grandstands. It.was his
sixth consecutive top ten finiih During the season,
Johnson notched five wins in his Hendrick Motorsports
Lowe's Chevrolet, beginning with the season-opening
Daytona 500. Jeff Gordon, the four-time series champi-
on who befriended Johnson and convinced car owner
Rick Hendrick to give his new protege a ride, celebrated
on the cool-down lap by bumping into the side of
Johnson's car. "I don't like to take much of the credit
because Jimmie is a heck of a race'c: r driver" Go:rdon
said SoC'metoiAly wa going to pi:P r,,m up .anrd I m lust
really inarn'ful rnat ine opportnurniry pre.eni.ie] iel[ l1 u
I tUhK he'll be one of the t'est c:harnpi:nsr we ,e ever iha
because rhe areass 4o much at'cutl It Jorisciri has ra., 3
checkered history of close calls in the NASCAR champi-
onship chase over the last four seasons, finishing sec-
ond twice and never worse than fifth. Last year, he
entered 'the season finale at Homestead-Miami
Speedway just 52 points behind leader and eventual
Nextel Cup champion Tony Stewart. Johnson watched
Stewart celebrate from the garage area after .he cut a tire
and hit the wall on Lap 127, finishing 40th in the race and
fifth in the points. Matt Kenseth, who started the .race in
2nd place in the standings, made the most of his fighting
chance, coming up with the strong performance he had
been missing in the last few races of this Chase for the
fjeel Cup He w*rjurid up 5. po.iriit, .ihon oi W ile viin tn
a sixth-place finish. Denny Hamlin (third) and Kevin
Harvick (fifth) also raced well, firish;rg wg ,here tlheneed-.
ed to, ahead of Jimmie Johnson.


The "Express" train is a
two-foot gauge diesel amuse-
ment park train, operated by
propane; which travels one-
half mile through the back of
the park. This unique little
train will carry its passengers
on a beautiful tour. of lights
and live scenes. There will be
over' 40,000, lights, though
the Avenue of Lights,
Enchanted Forest, and
Tunnels of Lights. The pas-
sengers will enjoy. watching
the elves in Santa's Work


Through Nov. 19, 2006
2006 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Jimmie Johnson 6475
2) Matt Kenseth 6419
3) Denny Hamlin 6407.
4) Kevin Harvick 6397
5). Dale Earnhardt Jr. 6328
6) Jeff Gordon 6256
7) Jeff Burton 6228
8) Kasey Kahne 6183
9). Mark Martin 6168
10) Kyle Busch 6027
2006 Busch Grand National
Driver Points
1) Kevin Harvick 648
2) Carl.Edwards 4824
3) Clint Bowyer 4683
4) Denny Hamlin 4667
5) J.J..Yeley 4487
6) Paul Menard. 4075
7) Kyle Busch 3921
8) Johnny Sauter 3794,
9) Greg Biffle 3789
I I F---".E, -oe'r.". 3670 .


Who was Dale Eamhardt's primary
sponsor on the. #3 car before he
became the 'Man In Black' with
Goodwrench?
a) Budweiser c) Burger King
b) Wrangler Jeans d) Coca Cola
Answer: b) Wrangler Jeans. Wrangler
later became an Associate Sponsor
for Dale Eamhardt Jr.'s #8 car.


Shop, as well as visiting other
live scenes and following the
Star to the live Nativity
Scene. For additional infor-
mation call 643-5491 or 643-
5235.


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Jimmie Johnson


E",-' -.1i 17,1975
..,: r, Chad Knaus
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Biography:
In 2000, Jimmie Johnson became a Busch Series
driver with Herzog Motorsports, finished 10th in
the points standings and third in the Rookie of the
Year standings. By '2002, Johnson joined the
Nextel Cup series. He became the first rookie in
Nextel Cup history to ever lead the point stand-
ings (he eventually finished fifth overall). Johnson
started slowly in 2004, with some early disap-
pointments in weeks two and three at
Rockingham and Las Vegas. However, he quick-
ly rebounded with a week five win at the Carolina
Dodge Dealers 400 at Darlington Raceway. He
eventually finished second in the 2004 Nextel
Cup standings, losing to Kurt Busch by just 8
points: In 2005, Johnson stayed in the top five in
the points standings all year. He had a chance to
win the championship coming into the finale at
Homestead Miami Speedway, but finished 5th in
points after crashing in the midway point of the
event. This week, we offer congratulations to
Jimmie for winning the 2006 Chase for the Cup!


NASCAR Chairman Brian France concedes his sport
has lost some momentum. He views 2006'as a speed
bump ratherthan a slowdown. 'We're in a lie bitofa lull,"
France says. 'We have a lot of different things that are
very significant going on, but they're all coming next year."
The 2007 season will herald the return to ESPN, which
promises to tout NASCAR across multiple marketing
platforms; the arrival ofToyota, the latest of several finan-
dally healthy sponsors to approach NASCAR; and the
debut of Colombian Juan Pablo Montoya, a former
Formula One driver with a large Hispanic following.


Ford 400 Results Race Review
Driver Start Finish Make Sonsor Points/Bonus Greg Biffle won the Ford 400 for the third straight season on
Greg Biffle 22. 1 Ford National Guard 185/5 Sunday but it was Jimmie Johnson's ninth-place finish that
. Martin Truex Jr. 20 2 Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops/Tracker 175/5 clinched the 2006 NEXTEL Cup Championship. "It's going
Denny Hamlin 33 3 Chevrolet FedEx Express 165/0 to take a little bit of time for this to soak in, just to think what
Kasey Kahne 1 4 Dodge Dodge Dealers/UAW 170/10 this team has accomplished and the year we've had,"
Kevin Harvick 7 5 Chevrolet GM Goodwrench 155/0 Johnson said. "Being a champion, its the only thing I ever
:Matt Kenseth. 19 6 Ford DEWALT 150/0 wanted to be." Johnson flas finished in the top-five in point
Scott Riggs 2 7 Dodge Valvoline/Stanley Tools 151/5 standings in every one of his full racing seasons. Reigning
Carl Edwards 31 8 Ford Office Depot 142/0 champion Tony Stewart, who had failed to make the Chase
Jimmie Johnson 15 9 C re. .i Lowe's 143/5 but won three of its races, finished 11th in the overall stand-
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By Marti Vickery
Operations Manager


Economic Symposium
Chamber President, Vicki
Montford, and I attended the
2006 Economic Symposium
in Sandestin, November 12 -
14, hearing from Gulf Power
Co., Enterprise Florida,
University of Florida, several
U.S. military personnel and
congressmen, the Dept. of
Labor and Workforce
Development executives and
many more organizations
looking for ways to enhance
our region.
We stayed for some power
packed days of information
and challenges, some phe-
nomenal speakers, including
Marian Johnson, Executive
Director of the Florida
Chamber Political Institute,
Brit Hume, Anchor of Special
Report with Brit Hume and
Rich Karlgaard, author, and
publisher of Forbes. Shown
at the symposium was a mul-
timedia presentation with
video clips from the NW
Florida region, including our
own, Calhoun County! A
great place to live, work and
play...

Membership Meeting
Our Chamber Membership


meeting was November 16 at
noon at Connie's Kitchen in
Blountstown. Our guest
speaker this month is Robin
Richards, with Cindy Nichols
and Loraine McClellan, talk-
ing with the Chamber about
the Take Stock in Children
program. This is a terrific
program and we will look for
more information in the
future as it progresses.
Also, Ron Mears and the
FFA Forestry Team National
Champions were asked to
attend the luncheon, say a
few words and to serve as
Grand Marshall for the
Christmas Parade. We are so
proud of our FFA Team!

Welcome, New Members!
The Chamber of
Commerce would like to wel-
come two new members,
Brown's Tax & Accounting,
owned by Renee' Brown, and
Abby & Co., owned .by Angie
Van Lierop.
Join the Calhoun County
Chamber of Commerce!
Come Grow With Us...
Memberships for busi-
nesses, individuals and non-
profit organizations are avail-
able.
Call Marti at 674-4519 for
details about our exciting
membership plans for 2007.


Chamber Operations Manager Marti Vickery (left) and
Chamber President Vicki Montford recently attended the 2006
EconormTic Symposium in Sandestin where they discussed ways
to enhance our region.


Blountstown Main Street
Sure hope you were able to
attend the Tree Lighting and
"Elfcapades" last night!
A great time of family fun,
music and excitement just
enough to get you in the
mood for the holidays.


Talking' turkey cont'd


Pennie's recipe has yet
another twist. "I would
scrape it, put Ceasar's sauce
on it and then put a little bit
of (she puts on her thinking
cap and pauses a moment)...I
think I'll put a little bit of salt
because my grandaddy likes
to put salt on everything,"
she remarks.
Slightly more complicated
is Micah's method. "I would
get two things and put it on
their feet like soda caps and
just stab the neck off," he
e ,l_-Aint:. iCuld_ p.I. t p pepper


and salt and some seasoning,
flour and sugar on it."
Cooking times also vary
among these little chefs.
Ten hours in the oven is
Madison's recommendation.
Micah bakes his for six
hours.' Kobe stresses that
precisely 39 minutes is ade-
quate. Aliya's bird requires
only 15 minutes of baking,
while Keirra has her cooking
time reduced to 10 minutes.
Pennie says "cook it one
hour, then scrape it again."
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get the oven altogether.
"Make it like it was cooking' on
the grill," Karsen suggests.
Abrey agrees and notes that
one second over the coals is
sufficient. Then Abrey has a
special coating for his fully
cooked bird. "Frost it with
mostly blue icing because it's
.good," he points out.
Once it's cooked, getting
the bird out of the oven or off
the grill can be tricky, but
Micah has some tips for a
smooth move. "I just have to
piut on some mittens, put it
on a plate. and put' it on the
table," he says.
Then there's the issue of
deciding the best side dishes
to serve alongside your
turkey.
Green pea salad goes best
according to Kobe.
"I would like to serve it
with some sliced up ham like
Ruby Tuesday's has," Micah
remarks.
Potatoes and corn are per-
fect accompaniments on
Madison's table.
Beans, peas, pickles and
milk are the choices at
Abrey's house.
Keirra opts to put pump-
kin pie on top of the turkey,
then serve it with cabbage,
cake, and tea.
Pennie suggests carrots
with ranch dressing, corn,
and lemonade.
Aliya's table calls for only
one side dish: ketchup.
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have some remarkable sug-
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 22, 2006, Page 12



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Legal Notice
The Calhoun County School Board pro-
poses to amend Its policies for the
Calhoun County Schools as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 3 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
Amending Policy:
3.41 Domestic Security
Changes in this policy will expand the pre-
vious Policy 3.41 "Disruption in School
Functions" to require a Domestic Security
Plan that will include the elements of Access
Control, Emergency Equipment. Training,
Communication and Notification
Procedures. Coordination with Partners,
Vulnerability Assessment. monitoring the
plan, updating the plan, conditions under
which Interim review is required and com-
pliance for documentation by NIMS
Standards. This proposed policy may be
viewed in its entirety'at the Calhoun County
School Board Office.
STATUTORY AUTHORITY:
1001.41, 1001.42, F.S.
LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED: 1001.43, 1001.51,
1001.54, 1006.07,
1006.08. 1006.09. 1006.21,
1013.13. F.S.
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RULESS:
6A-1.0403, 6A-3.0171
ECONOMIC IMPACT:
MINIMAL
A hearing will be held on the above amend-
ment in the Courthouse in Blountstown,
Florida at the Regultar School Board meeting
beginning at 5:00 P.M., C. S. T., Tuesday,
December 12. 2006.
Willie A. Brown. Chairman
Calhoun County. School Board
Attest: Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools


Legal Notice
The Calhoun County School Board pro- Legal Notice
poses to amend its policies for the
Calhoun County Schools as follows: 2006-2007 CDBG PROJECT
PRA OJECT # 14. 104


ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 3 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
Amending Policy:
3.40 Safe and Secure Schools
Changes in this policy will expand the previ-
ous Policy 3.40 "Campus Disorders and
Trespassing" to describe the elements of an
orderly school environment, emergency
plans that promote safety, procedures that
promote'safety, the process for violence pre-
vention and general school security. This
proposed policy may be viewed in its entire-
ty at the Calhoun County School Board
Office.

STATUTORY AUTHORITY:
1001.41, 1001.42, F.S.
LAW(S) IMPLEMENTED: 1001.43, 1001.51,
1006.062, 1006.07, 1006.145, 1006.21.
1013.013, F.S.
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
RULE{(S):6A-1.0403, 6A-3.0171
ECONOMIC IMPACT: MINIMAL
A hearing will be held on the above amend-
ment in the Courthouse in Blountstown,
Florida at the Regular School Board meeting
beginning at 5:00 P.M., C. S. T.. Tuesday,
December 12, 2006. ;
Wllbe .A.Br&.an. Cnrirm-.. -
Ctlle.un Counr r,,:,:-,l Bou-
A i.ie i Min 5,u,. r ,:_. '.,
Superintendent Calhoun County Schools

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO: 2006-225'
CITIFINANCIAL EQUITY SERVICES, INC.,'
Plaintiff,
-vs-
5,iJs t IE,.I. S THE Lt KIiOCr'li ".P"F',LSE
OF SUL' iV JlJ.IES: iF LO.iriG ij,::it.uDliG
.A t l i 'ii.riV .T'J SPOLiU-E OF 5.AE DEFE '
DAlMTIt1 if RE I.LRRIED JDL. iF
DECEASED THE RE5'PECTT'E LjI.KlNOvTi
HEIRS DEVIQEES GRANTEES;
AS.iGNEES :REEDITORf. LiEr['Rh- .ANiD
TRiUSTEE- .liD -J.L ,Ti-ER FRFxx,i.
CL\jiirjcJ Bi THiRO(ijGH iLilJLEF OR
AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTSS;
UNKNOWN TENANT #1; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT #2;
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to a
Final Summary' Judgment of Foreclosure
entir.d in t .e b.:. e tIled .:au"- It, thl
Cu-,:ur Cou, rt o:f i.- ir:.u:-n C.--unr, Flo.rl.-3 1
Wili s ell r.e prr..p.rt', -ituar.1 tiF CAI-h.ur,
County, Florida, described as:
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED IAND SIT
i.ATE L',1[iG AND BEING iN li-lL OuLTir'
OF CALHOi.UitJ TATE OF FLORJDE rTO ` Ii
ALL LMY iNTEREST ir .ViD Tri' THE FOL-L
LOWlG DES:CpjBED LAND'S BEGIN i AT
THE SE CORNER Or rjORTIICAST I '4 IOF
[iORTHE..ST 1,.'4 OF SECTION I, TO\iTi.
SHIP I SOUTH RANGE 9 WEST, THENCE
RUN. E.Til T7, YARD, THENCE RUN
NORTH 105 FEET, TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. THENCE RUN WEST 420j
FEET,, THENCE NORTH 10t ..FEET:
THENCE E.AST 420) FEET THENCE SOUTH
i)5 FEET T'H) E flOIi-T "F BEGINNING,
AND BEING IN SECTiONr I TOWNSHIP 1
5SO)UTH RANGE 9 WEST
A/K/A
15834 SW CHARLIE WOOD ROAD


BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
at public sale. to the highest and best bid-
. der, for cash, Calhoun County Courthouse.
20859 SE Central Avenue East,
Blountstown, FL 32424 at 11:00 AM CST.
on December 7. 2006.
DATED at CALHOUN County this 8th day
of November. 2006.
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
der, for cash, Calhoun County Courthouse.
20859 SE Central Avenue East.
Blountstown, FL 32424 at 11:00 AM CST,
on December 7, 2006.
Witness. my hand and seal of this court on
the 8th day of November. 2006.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Lori Flower. DC
Law Offices of Daniel C. Consuegra
9204 King Palm Drive
Tampa, FL 33619-1328
Tel: (813) 915-8660
Fax: (813) 915-0559
Attorney for Plaintiff
November 15, 22. 2006


Legal Notice.
PUBLIC AUCTION
Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public
auction on November 28. 2006 at 10:00
a.m. (C.T.).
1991 Ford Arrow Star
Vin# 1FMDA21X6MZA73599
Green in Color
Auction will be held at Paul's Wrecker
Service, 17311 N.E. Pear Street.
Blountstown, Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
November 22, 2006


NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids from
any qualified person, company or corpora-
tion interested in constructing:
2006-2007 CDBG PROJECT
H.A. Varnum Road
NW Bonnell Road
Felix Flanders Road
Musgrove Road
Bates Road
Back Woods Road
NW Walter Potts Road
NW Center Lake Road
Plans and specifications can be obtained at
Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive. Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. The
bid must conform to Section 287.133(3)
Florida Statutes, on public entity crimes.
This project is a roadway widening and
resurfacing project.
All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard
Specifications for -Road and Bridge
Construction, latest edition.
Completion date for these projects will be'/
180 days from the date of the Notice to'
Proceed presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete
ire pr,:,i-, r, n re specified date will be set
,i 260 06 per d-., '
FI H .' n .ch,:) 3, ,on t ... :r, ,tnpi c t al 1r1 s- i4
.i-.. t+.3 Ur. tb,1 n.,m .-er ar.: i r l01 U-r.,: .oiI
is for.
Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m.
(C.T.), on Tuesday, January 2 20 07 ,
at the Calhoun County Clerk's Office.
Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859
Central Avenue East, Room 130,
Blountstown, Florida 32424, and will be
opened and read aloud on Tuesday,
January 2 20 07 ;. at 2:00
p.m.(C.T.).
Cost for Plans and Specifications; will be $
'25.001 per set'and is nrion-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PREBLE-
RISH, INC. -
The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in .
any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that In their
ioludr,-nt will be in the best interest of
Calhoun'County.
if .'.. ti c .ar., que- :.r.-, please call David
Kenrr.-a., a, 19"':i 22.7 "2,:,0."


Legal Notice
CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE
"PRO-
JECT # 14.085
FEMA-FL-DR1545/DR1595 PACKAGE 8
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids from
any qualified person, company or corpora-
tion interested in constructing the following
project:
CALHOUN COUNTY STORM DAMAGE .
FEMA-FL- PACKAGE 8
DR-1545 PW # 4395-0 S.W. C.R. 12
DR-1545 PW # 4418-0 S.W. C.R. 9
S DR-1595 PW # 796-0 S.W. MONROE
JOHNSON ROAD
DR-1595 PW # 801-0 S.W. CYPRESS
POINT ROAD
ST1,. project sope rincujae: cleaning ofexist-
tri alt,:rei ci.ihr r.elys, grading and
_h apin '.:.f existing roadway, placement of
lill mnarnal and placement of limerock as

Plans* and specifications can be obtained at


Preble-Rish, Inc.. 324 Marina Drive. Port St.
Joe, Florida 32456. (850) 227-7200. The
bid must conform to Section 287.133(3)
Florida Statutes. on public entity crimes.
Completion date for this project will be 120
days from the date of the Notice to Proceed
presented to the successful bidder.
Liquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set
at 8200.00 per day.
Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.
Bids will be received until 3:30 p.m.
(C.T.). on Tuesday. December 19. 2006
at the Calhoun County Clerk's Office.
Calhoun County Courthouse, 20859
Central Avenue East, Room 130.
Blountstown. Florida 32424, and will be
opened and read aloud on Tuesday.
December 19, 2006 at 5:00 p.m.
(C.T.).
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be $
25.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PREBLE-
RISH, INC.
The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.


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Nov. 11: RornnieoTal.r \OPretihrg ,Ailhc.,ut jlierc -'
NOV. 12: -nr,,i.311. Pata3.3 no DL: Bulmarfo ,Barer,.ri nr.-. CL Fi;.jei ri ndro,
e'plre.d DL more Itan o J mo. altered itcer,e i plate ~.,J-mueiji Garret-t DUI;
Jose Rolas no DL
Nov. 13: Diane Clark crilid support Eadvaric Jorie-. DL'i
Nov. 14: Jushr. T!.cr WIlhon Iposiesijor ori more Inori 20 arms of cannabis;
Bill, E.erert DEUI J.on '.t.:.r, ..CP Daor. Fi~rz foi.ire I:., appear; Adam
Ricnardor, '..OP Cr, .toal i.l.':C:.lim WLIl
Nov. 15: James i'rkianrd sentrced froirc"j court Timro-in, eBnks VOP; Michael
Hana. \,OP
Nov. 16: Jacquelyn Grant, VQP ,
Nov. 17: Dana Fritz, grand fheft auto; DoaId Strickland, burglary of a struc-
ture perit nefit .1icneiie Harreii follure to appear; Thomas G. Sherrod, lewd
or ascivious molestation. Nicrolas T, Loomis, DWLSR with knowledge; Tyrell
Asnhie., Ooom oUI '
LIBERTY COUNTY
Nov. 11: Jonri Joepn Haoun DUI a,.noiual oriencer refus.j.31 dri.e.r Ii:eniervieo-
lation of restrictions. Ciol,1in ]ori HarriIs entencec ftrorn c:.ur ro ','ears
DOC poses.ilon of ler than, 20 groam of mariian.3 .onar,ejie ii a.3rua th-
out prescription lrnrr.:.auc.lon c1 controaond inio corre -ti'onal laciiiri,
Nov. 13: Belt, Hentrorn ,lolollorn of injunction
Nov. 14: rimrnor, Wo,ne Banks phasing >.orrhie.s b.ank cnecks OoDano Lynn
Firz holding for CCSOC
Nov. 15: Cr', still Gall .1Collum r.olding ror CCc.r
Nov. 17: ilicneelle Harrell roling for CC;O
The above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun or Liberty County Jail
over the past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they
are considered Innocent until proven guilty.


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2003 Chev. S-10 2WD, 4.3L,
White, tinted windows, tool box,
47,000 miles. $9,000 leave mes-
sage if not home 674-4487.

1993 Ford Starcraft' conversion
van, clean, runs good, loaded,
$5500. Call 762-8726.

Will trade for a trailer or land (1)
Plymouth van and (1) Ford van. Call
674-3264.

2001 Honda Accord EX, good con-
dition, 110,000 miles, power sunroof,
6 disc cd player, new window tint,
new clear tail lights, $8500. Call
674-4716 or 643-7269.

1994 GMC truck 1/2 ton, 4x4, A/C,
V-6, auto with aluminum wheels,
$2500. Call 762-2710.

2004 Pontiac Bonneville, alloy
wheels, spoiler, XM radio, very
clean, low miles, must sell. Call 674-
2636 or 643-7399.

Great fixer-upper. 1989 Red
Toyota Tercel EZ 2 door hatch, 4 spd
manual trans., 1.5L engine with high
miles. Engine is in good condition,
has new water pump. A/C works.
Exterior needs paint job. Interior
xeeds._-.re-finisl-ing Car runr .good_
but needs ire rignr person to give II
TLC Aishng i900 Call 674-1248.

FOR RENT
RV Trailer for rent. $85.00 to
$110.00 weekly. All utilities included.
Also RV's for sale. Call 674-7616.

Mobile Home Lots For Rent. Quite,
country living. $100.00 per month,
1st and last month rent. 1 family per
home, No Pets (inside only).
Applications subject to credit and
background check. Only 3 left. Call
762-9329.

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

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

3 bdr., 2 bath mobile home on
Melvin Road in Clarksville. $400 a
month. No Pets! Call 674-8725.

Mobile home for rent, Hwy. 69 N.,
5 miles from city limits. $450/mo.
No pets. Call 785-6473 or 674-3651.

FOR SALE
4 poster bed, queen size, cherry
wood. Need steps to get on. Must
see, asking $300. Call 643-6260.

$150 NEW QUEEN PILLOWTOP
MATTRESS SET, in plastic, warran-
ty. 850-222-7783.

2 PC LEATHER sofa & lovesdat.
Brand new, hardwood frames, life-
time warranty $795, can deliver.
850-425-8374. .

5 piece bedroom set, new in boxes,
must sell $475. 850-222-2113,.

Bedroom Set: New King bed, TV
Armoire, chest + nightstand. Retail
$3K, sacrifice $900. '850-545-7112.

Cherry sleign bed. $250, solid
wood, slill rbo.xed 850-222-9879.

.DINING ROOM Brand New Table,


1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
Rental Assistance

c!5tton Creek Apartment
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4202
TDD/TTY 711
Equal Housing Opportunity


ATTENTION
RENTERS
The Northwest Florida
Regional Housing Authority
is accepting applications for
1, 2, and 3 bedroom
apartments in Blountstown,
Florida. Rent is based on
income. For more
information, please call:
1-850-263-5302 or 5307
Equal Housing Opportunity
November 8, 15, 2006

6 Chairs, China Cabinet $900, Can
Deliver. Call 850-222-7783.

New Micro Fiber Sofa + Loveseat,
$475, still wrapped, stain resist.
850-425-8374.

NEW KING PLUSH TOP mattress
set. Still in plastic with warranty, can
deliver $250. 850-222-2113.

48" Xmark 0 turn radius, mower
with ride behind attachment, very
good condition, $1700 Call 674-
1433.

2001 FLH Classic Harley
Davidson, runs good, looks good.
Call 674-1873 Ron.

Scag riding mower, 61", 29 HP
Kawasaki engine, 2 1/2 yrs. old,
1200 hours on its, $5,000, price neg.
Call 643-8054, David Layne.

2 twin size mattresses, $20 each.
Call 762-3772.

5-1/2 ft. Red Tail Boa Constrictor
with aquarium, $100. Call 674-8324.

Large Mac tool box, complete set
of hand tools, some air tools, and
cordless drill and flashlight. Asking
$5,000. Call Claude at 674-5669.

2002 Honda Shadow Spirit 1100cc'
motorcycle, windshield, mustang
seats, leather like saddle bags, foot
rests, crash bar, luggage rack, low
miles, $5,300. Call 643-7141.

Full mattress dset, %0; queen mat-
tress set,$75; complete queen wave-
less waterbed, $125; 3 pc. solid liv-
ing room set, $250; Kenmore wash-
er and dryer set, $200; men's bike,
needs new tire, $15; pool pump and
ladder-make offer; girls bedroom set
$175. Will consider, all reasonable
offers! 674-1664.1

Collection of 18 PC Games all lor
$100. (Sold as complete lot)
Collection includes: Rainbow Six-
Gold Pack, Black & White, Star Trek
DS9: Dominion Wars, Legend of
Pern:Dragon Riders, Pearl Harbor:
Zero Hour, Amerazone, Armymen:
.Air Attack, Roller Coaster Tycoon,
Anachronox, Arthur's Knights, Nancy
Drew: Secrets Can Kill, Where in
The World Is Carmen Sandiego,
Monsters, Inc. 8 Ball Chaos, E-
Games Pinball, Classic Four Games:
Hoyle Poker-3-D Ultra Pinball-
Trophy Bass-Field & Stream Trophy
Buck, Deer Hunter Gold, 3, Ultimate
Trophy Collection Hunting 4-Bass 4,
Trophy -lunting 5 Sairek ST 220
Digital Joystick with throttle $10.
Call 674-1248.

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

2005 Layton 32' camper, pull
behind with 2 slides, sway bars
included, very clean, $17,000. Call
762-8124 or 209-4119.


I am in need of Calhoun & Liberty County Auto Tags
beginning with prefix #58 & 67 for the years of 1938
through 1954.
FOR MUSEUM COLLECTION
Also want Liberty & Calhoun County porcelain or
metal auto tags dated 1911-17. Paying $500-$1000
each depending on condition.
Also want Florida Tags dated 1918-43
Jeff Francis... 727-345-6627
email: gobucs13@aol.com
www.floridalicenseplates.com
P.0. Box 41381 St. Petersburg, FL 33743


2001 Harley Davidson Ultra
Classic, FLHTC-UI, 37,000 miles,
1450 CCS, too many extras to list.
Must see, $13,500. Call 762-8124 or
209-4119.

Full size Serta mattress and box
springs with bed frame and 4 sets of
sheets. All in very good condition for
$300. Please call 674-3481, leave
message.

Books by Janet Lambert, set of five
1941-1947, fair condition. Make
offer. Call 237-2505.

2004 Honda 400 EX 4-wheeler,
excellent condition with K&N filter,
thor helmet, $4,000. Call 762-3142.

2 seat 5 HP Go-Cart, good condi-
tion. perfect Christmas gift, $350.
Call 674-4313 or 643-8277.

Brunswick Brookstone Billiard
table, mahogany with navy felt,
excellent condition. Will include pool
sticks and pool balls. Can email pic-
tures if needed. Paid $4200., asking
$2750. Call Anthony or Angela at
674-7522 or 850-210-9866.
Antique upright Knabe, excellent
condition, refinished, metal sound
board, plays well. Is at least 90
years old. Can email pictures if
.needed. $7500 OBO. Call 674-
7522 or 850-210-9866.

Bowflex Treadclimber, purchased
brand new in 10/06 for $2600, only
used a few times. Brand new condi-
tion, asking $1300. Call Anthony or
Angela at 674-7522 or 850-210-
9866.

28 cu. ft. side-by-side refrig/freez-
er, water and ice through the door,
bisque (light beige) in color.
Purchased new in 2000, asking
$375; filing cabinets various styles
and colors: 2-drawers $5; 4-drawers
$10;, under desk mounted, gray, 2-
drawers, $5; rolled blueprint or map
storage bins, gray, $5. Call 762-
3678, leave message.

Gibson Epiphany Special Model
electric guitar, black, mint condition.
Will include guitar case, amp & elec-
tric tuner. Barely used and all in mint
condition, $400 or will trade for a
medium size hunting rifle with scope.
Call 674-8635 for info.

Wedding dress, size 8/10, top is fit-
ted and has crystal .beadwork, very
elegant, comes with veil that match-
es, $250 OBO. Call 674-8635.


PROFHU-ESSIONAL S HVILt
For A Fnendly Quote Call :
674-5333
Vckery-O'Bryark

iNSURANCE
'Bs W. Main st., .Bounstewn, i."


M&W Self Storage
RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10...$20 Per Month
10x 10..$35 Per Month
10x20...$70 Per Month
10x25...$90 Per Month
*NO DEPOSIT **
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR762-8597


PRINTING
RUBBER STAMPS
FAXES
COPIES
CAMPAIGN SIGNS
MAGNETIC SIGNS
WEDDING ACCESSORIES

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Diamond solitaire engagement
ring, size 7; 25 ctw marquis cut/ 14
kt. gold, asking $200 OBO, Paid
$500.

His & hers 14 kt. gold wedding
bands, Benchmark cut; men's 6mm
band size 9; women's 4mm band, sz.
7. Paid $350 for set. Asking $100
OBO. Call 674-8635.


FREE
FREE border grass.
8744.


Call 674-


FREE PETS
Free to a good home. 10 week old
puppies, 1/2 basset hound, 1/2
Australian Shepherd, 2 females.
Call 639-5885.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW!! Werner needs entry-level
semi drivers. No exp. required. Ave.
#36k+1st yr! 60% home nightly /
weekly. CDL training in your area.
1-866-280-5309,

Altha Church of God Christian
Learning Center currently has open-
ings for all ages 6 months thru 14-
years old. Our staff is certified and
ready to care for your child or chil-
dren. For more information please
contact, Melody Stinson @ 850-762-
8284. Altha Church of God Christian
Learning Center, 25549 NW Fifth St.,
Altha, FL 32421.

LIVESTOCK
16 yr. old Palomino quarter horse,
mare, $500. Wormed and all shots
up to date. Call 762-8205.

LOST & FOUND
Found: Boxer mix, male, young,
Scotts Ferry area. Call 237-2354 or
6674-4148, leave message.

REAL ESTATE
Beautiful (1) acre lots for sale,
quick approvals in Mossy Pond.
Financing available. No Realto, fee.
Call Toll Free 1-888-515-1388, Ext.-
8600.

WANTED
Wanted: 16' EXTREME or Scandy
White aluminum boat, motor and
trailer. Will pay cash. Call 850-562-
5640.


14' aluminum boat wanted. Call
762-8343.

YARD SALE
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 12 on
Hwy. 69A, first house on left. Toys,
children and teen clothing, some
adult clothing, misc.


Yard sale in front of R&R
Warehouses, Friday. Prom dress-
es,dishes, teen shirts, glasses, deep
fryer, too many items to list.

Porch/yard sale Saturday, 8:00 12
noon, at 12965 SE Adams Ridge Rd.
off Wennie Moody Rd. Call 674-
3249 for directions.


Olderhome solid as a dollars Quiet
neighborhood. Being remodeled. 129'on
street...170' deep. Total sq. ft.
2085...heated 1695...hardwood floors, 3
bdr, 1"' baths...$115,000


Income property...$22,000 per year
quadraplex, paved drive and parking off
paved road 69 N..tur n Mason Rd...10
years established...Motivated seller..Price
reduced to $240,000


3.5 acres close to hospital, schools, nice
neighborhood. 5 bedrooms 3 full baths
and 2-1/2 baths. 3500 sq. ft. heated.
$359,000

For These and Many


136 Acres in
Washington County
Call JERRY today!


Frink F/A 5 acres, 2000 sq.
ft. older home very quiet!

Other Listings Call


Jerry Guilford


1-850-643-6834

18108 NE Main St.

Blountstown, FL

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