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County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Publication Date: April 18, 2007
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Man, estranged wife in






ICU after double shooting


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
An Altha man who ran for the dis-
trict 2 seat on the Calhoun County
Commission last year is facing crim-
inal charges after allegedly shooting
his estranged wife over the weekend.
According to the Jackson County
Sheriffs Office, Julian "Jack" Shiver,
44, is accused of breaking into the
Cottondale residence of Paul Barber,
Jr., 52, around 11:30 p.m. Saturday.
Felisia Shiver, 45, of Altha, was
reportedly inside the home with
Barber when her estranged husband
burst inside and confronted her.
Authorities say an argument
between the couple ensued and Jack
Shiver produced a handgun. He
allegedly shot his wife at least once


in the head. At
this point,
Barber had
reportedly
armed himself
with a shotgun
and he
exchanged gun-:
fire with Jack
Shiver. Barber
was not hit, but
Shiver was shot
twice in thea
torso.
JBarber called
JACK SHIVER 911 and advised
a man and
woman had been shot at his resi-
dence. Deputies and emergency
medical personnel responded and
found the door of the home had been


kicked open. They discovered the
Shivers on the floor of the living
room.
Major John Dennis of the Jackson
County Sheriffs Office says Jack
Shiver was briefly interviewed at the
scene. "He was conscious and able to
talk," Maj. Dennis reports. "At this
point, he just told us 'his name and
we got him medical attention."
The Shivers were both transport-
ed to Flowers Hospital in Dothan.
Felisia remained in surgical inten-
sive care at press time. Jack was
reportedly in ICU following surgery
and expected to recover. The Sheriffs
Office advises he will be charged
with armed burglary at this .time
with further. charges pending the
completion of their investigation.
As for Barber, investigators have.


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S P SENTS GUYS AND DOLLS'
The Blountstown High School Choir is in the final week of rehearsals for the classic musical, Guys and Dolls. The show
is set for Tuesday, April 24, at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 6:30 p.m. in the BHS Auditorium. Admission is free, but donations will
be accepted. Guys and Dolls tells the story of a group of small time gamblers and the ladies in their lives. Nathan
Detroit bets his pal, Sky Masterson, that he can't make the next lady he sees fall in love with him. When the next 'doll'
happens to be the prim and proper neighborhood missionary Sarah Brown, the stage is set for an evening of high
spirited entertainment, set to the toe-tapping beat of Frank Loesser's superlative score. Classic songs include Luck Be
A Lady, Sit Down You're Rocking the Boat, Adelaide's Lament, If I Were A Bell and, of course, the wonderful title song,
Guys and Dolls. The cast includes (kneeling, from left) Blake Leavins, Kip Davis, Ryan Abbott, Clay Riddle, Nic Stoltzfus,
Erik Anderson, Malcolm Snowden, (standing) Treazure Engram, Laura Stoltzfus, Dianna Glaze, and Caitlin Sanders. The
musical is being directed by Janet Edewaard.


HONOR



Shelton receives prestigious




"Guistwhite Scholar" award


KRYSTLE SHELTON


Chipola College student
Krystle Shelton of Altha has
been named a Guistwhite
Scholar by Phi Theta
Kappa, the International
Honor Society for
Community College stu-
dents.
The Chipola sophomore
will receive a $5,000 schol-
arship which accompanies
the prestigious award.
Students from more than
1,700 community colleges
around the world are eligi-
ble for the annual awards
program which serves to
recognize the scholarly
achievements of community
college students. No more
than 20 Guistwhite awards


are made annually which
makes Shelton's award
even more significant.
Applicants must have a
3.5 or better GPA, and are
judged on community serv-
ice, work experience, hon-
ors and participation in
out-of-class academic
enrichment programs.
Shelton is a 2005 gradu-
ate of Blountstown High
School. She is a student in
the Chipola Honors
Program and an officer in
the college's award-winning
chapter of Phi Theta Kappa.
She also is active in the
Chipola Science Club and
other service organizations.
The Guistwhite award


not indicated he will be charged.
"We're still looking into it, but it
appears he was protecting himself,"
says Maj. Dennis.
The Shivers reportedly separated
early this year. Jack Shiver works as
a lieutenant with Liberty
Correctional Institution. Felisia
Shiver is a secretary specialist on the
day shift at Calhoun Correctional
Institution. Barber is a captain at
Calhoun Correctional on the evening
shift. "People were just aghast when
they heard about this situation,"
Gretl Plessinger, a spokesperson for
the Florida Department of
Corrections, tells The County Record.
The Florida Dept. of Law
Enforcement Mobile Crime. Lab and
State Attorney's Office are assisting
in the investigation.

CRIME


Runaway


teenager


arrested
BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
One of two Ohio teens
apprehended by Calhoun
County authorities Monday
night is facing charges after
allegedly assaulting officers.
According to the Calhoun
County Sheriffs Office, it
was learned two 15-year-old
girls were in the company of
two men employed by Brian
Brown of Blountstown. Dep.
Eddie Dalton learned Brown
was in Orlando and contact-
ed him via cell phone. Brown
advised he had gone to
Orlando to pick up his
employees and he said the
employees did have two girls
with them. Brown said they
were on their way back
home and he agreed not to
alert the girls that their fam-
flies would be waiting.
Dep. Dalton and Dep.
Chris Porter stopped the
vehicle at Trammell Bridge
and one of the girls fled on
foot. She was apprehended,
continued to fight, and
allegedly bit Dalton. Major
Rodney Smith arrived and
had to use the M26 Taser to
control the girl. After she
was. handcuffed, she fled
again. Maj. Smith and Dep.
Porter ran her down and
took her into custody.


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was based in part on her
outstanding academic
achievement and leader-
ship in service projects over
the past year. Shelton cre-
ated and administered the
"Behind the Scenes" pro-
gram to encourage reading
and creative expression
among middle school stu-
dents. Five area middle
schools organized groups of
students to read novels and
to create scenes from the
book. The groups visited
the college to display their
scenes for judging.
Shelton also connected
Phi Theta Kappa to the
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The County Record, APRIL 18, 2007, Page 2


LETESTOTH DIO


Dear Editor,
Thank you for printing the
Good News about Jesus and
for the lovely "Easter Sunday"
picture. The children are
beautiful.
Sincerely,
Sharon Yoder

To the Editor,
This is in reference to an
incident that happened on
April 6, 2007.
Johnny and Rachael
McCoy, who live in my neigh-
borhood, owned a pair of lla-
mas that have resided at
their residence for approxi-
mately 5 years. These ani-
mals were quite an attrac-
tion. They never hurt any-
one, they did not smell and
their penned area was always
clean. Signs posted remind-
ed us that they were animals
that could be wild and
curiosity seekers should


honor the owner's property
and wishes.
On the day mentioned, a
pit bull attacked one of the
llamas. She was apparently
protecting the second llama
who was her baby. The llama
was so severely wounded that
she had to be put to sleep by
vets who came from Chipley.
I know there are many ani-
mal lovers and I know there
are many that are not animal
lovers. But as an animal
lover, I find this offensive, in
that we allow animals to run
the streets and do not hold
persons responsible for their
animals. For you that do not
love animals, I believe that
you should also be offended
for the same reason. I per-
sonally grieve for the loss of
animals to abuse, neglect
and irresponsibility.
Because of the disrespect
of other people's rights and
responsibility, I have to lock


my gates so that people will
not let my animals out. But
still they reach over the fence
to get at my dogs. They
annoy them by throwing
rocks, firecrackers and beer
bottles. They will bring their
unleashed pets around to my
home to see if a fight can be
started with my rottweiler. In
fact, I remember the same
dog that attacked the llama,
was brought to the outside of
my home, intentionally to see
if the animals would fight
thru the fence AND...I
remember the owner's name.
I said all this to say:
# 1 We need a leash law
#2 Owners need to be
made accountable for their
pets.
#3 If this dog could bring
down an animal twice his
size, what could he do to an
innocent child or an unsus-
pecting adult.
Juanita Bonde


Shelton scholarship


American Heart
Association by training as a
team captain for the annual
Heart Walk. She led a team of
PTK members for the annual
event in Panama City, and
also organized fundraising
activities for the Heart
Association.
Shelton was a key leader
in Chipola's Project Prom for
hurricane victims at Bay St.
Louis High School in
Mississippi. She led a team of
Chipola students who collect-
ed prom gowns and decora-
tions for students at the hur-
ricane-ravaged high school.
Shelton attended the 2006
Phi Theta Kappa Honors
Institute at the University of
Delaware which focused on
academic studies.
Shelton is planning a
major in pharmacy at the
University of Florida. She is
the daughter of Lora and the
late Tony Shelton of Altha.
The Guistwhite
Scholarship Program is
named in honor of Dr. Jack
Guistwhite and his wife,
Margaret. More than 25 years
ago, Dr. Guistwhite devel-.
oped the very first designated


transfer scholarship for Phi
Theta Kappa members, while


an administrator at Florida
Atlantic University.


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Sherry Barnhart and Jesse Yoder


Barnhart, Yoder will


exchange vows May 5

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Barnhart of Hephizibah, Georgia,
are proud to announce the engagement and upcoming
wedding of their daughter, Sherry, to Jesse Yoder, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yoder of Blountstown, Florida.
Sherry is the granddaughter of John Barnhart and
the late Francis Barnhart.
Jesse is the grandson of Naomi Yoder and the late
Monroe Yoder, of Blountstown, and Rosella Roes and the
late Maurice Roes of Sarasota, Florida.
The bride-elect is currently employed at St. Joseph's
Hospital in Augusta, Ga, Working as an Advanced
Practitioner. Jesse is currently employed with Wiley
Sanders Aviation in Troy, Alabama, working as an
Aircraft Mechanic.
-The wedding will be held on May 5., 2007, at the First
Methodist Church in Waynesboro, Georgia.
The couple will reside in Troy, Alabama.



Cong. Boyd will host


Military Academy Day


On Saturday, May 5,
Congressman Allen Boyd (D-
North Florida) will host his
annual Military Academy Day
The event will be held from
10:00am - 12:00pm EDT at
Tallahassee Community
College in the Economic and
Workforce Development
Center, 444 Appleyard Drive,
Tallahassee. High school
freshmen, sophomores, and
jurors i ho are interested 4in:-
'attending one' of the U.S. nil-
itary acadenlies are encour-
aged to attend. As part of the
application process, students
are required to have a con-
gressional nomination sub-
mitted on their behalf.
The event will give inter-
ested students and parents
an opportunity to learn more
about our nation's military


academies, requirements for
admission, and the appoint-
ment process. The event is
free and open to the public.
Congressman Boyd and
members of his staff will be
joined by representatives
from each of the four service
academies: U.S. Military
Academy (West Point), Naval
Academy, Air Force Academy,
and Merchant Marine
'Academy. Representati es
f`16m .'th f ROT&"units of '.
Florida State Lnin{'ersity and
Florida A & M University also
will be in attendance.
For more information
about Military Academy Day,
please contact Edna Parker
in Congressman Boyd's
Tallahassee office at (850)
561-3979 or edna.parker@
mail.house.gov.


AARP seeking Andrus


Award nominations


AARP. Florida is seeking
nominations for its 2007
AARP Andrus Award for
Community Service, which
honors those individuals who
are sharing their experience,
talent, and skills to enrich
the lives of their community
members.
"Volunteering has become
the newest way older
Americans spend their retire-
ment. Many are finding that
volunteering in their commu-
nity helps fulfill their desire
to remain active, stay
involved and help others,"
said AARP Florida State
President Judy , Thames.
"Through this recognition,
AARP helps to encourage
already committed members
to further use their skills to
make a difference in their
community."
The screening of nominees
will be performed by AARP
Florida and involves a. range
of criteria, including positive
impact on the lives of individ-
uals age 50 and over,
improvement of the commu-
nity in or for which the work
was performed, and inspira-
tion of others to volunteer.
The award recipient will be
announced on or about
September 1, 2007.
AARP Andrus Award for
Community Service nomi-
nees must meet the following
eligibility requirements:
* Nominees must be cur-
rent AARP volunteers or
AARP members; or must
have been AARP volunteers
or members during 2006.
* The accomplishments,
achievements or service on
which the nomination is
based must include the year
2006, but it need not be
exclusive to 2006.
I Couples or partners who
perform service together are
also eligible, however teams
are not eligible.
* The accomplishments,


achievements, or service on
which the nomination is
based must have been per-
. formed on, a volunteer basis,,
without pay.
* The accomplishments,
achievements or service on
which the nomination is
based must reflect AARP's
priority issues of Health,
Livable Communities and/or
Economic Security.
Please contact Makeba
Huntington-Symons or Lynn
Magnusson toll-free at 1-
866-595-7678 or msy-
mons@aarp.org for further
information and a nomina-
tion form. (www.aarp.org/
volunteer) The application
deadline is June 1, 2007.


Retired Educators



discuss new jail


Calhoun County Retired
Educators Association mem-
bers heard about -plans for
building a new Jail Complex
in Calhoun County when
Clerk of the Court Mrs. Ruth
Attaway spoke at the
Association's April 6th meet-
ing in the Heritage Room of
the Calhoun County Public
Library. VIce President
Darryl Taylor presided.
VP Taylor introduced Mrs.
Attaway who talked about
plans for a new jail complex.
We were amazed at the thor-
ough research, the careful
planning, the excellent
organization, and the effec-
tive budgeting the planners
revealed. Mrs. Attaway
explained.
Why ? The original jail
housed 10 to 12 prisoners
(adequate then), but today
it's a different story The
daily jail population now is.
75 prisoners. How do handle
the overflow? The prisoners
are "farmed out" to other
facilities. Last year the
"farming out" cost over
$200,000.
Where? The County has
purchased an ideal location
which fits the state's require-
ments - to be located in
Blountstown and to be close
to the Courthouse. The
County purchased 18 lots
behind the Courthouse from
Fannin Avenue south to
Elmore St. and from
Veteran's Street east to River
Street. Because of Mrs.
Attaway's careful manage-
ment, the County had the
$600,000 available to pur-
chase the land where the 75-
bed facility will be construct-
ed. At this point, all struc-
tures have been removed
from the 18 lots purchased
by the County.
The proposed facility
sounds impressive and will
include some excellent inno-
vations such as a Fly Over
from the Courthouse to the
jail. The complex has been
designed in such a way that
additions can be added with
no problems.
We appreciation Mrs.
Attaway's informative talk.
We truly admire her for her
thoroughness, her knowledge
and capability, and her dedi-
'eattorr teisee th is proeot *to '
"Tohe dot*ions, Johnnge'.
Mae Whitley read Psalm 100 -
"Make a joyful noise unto the
Lord..." "His truth endures
unto all generations..." She
explained how this Psalm has
inspired and guided her.
Delicious refreshments
were served by the lovely
hostesses Nancy Durham
and Jo Ann Melvin. Jessie
Mae Price, who was unable to

Pancake, sausage

breakfast Saturday
at the Dixie Lodge
There will be an "All You
Can Eat" Pancake &
Sausage Breakfast at Dixie
Lodge, 16th Street,
Blountstown, from 7:00 to
9:00 a.m., Saturday, April
21st.
For only $4.00, you can
enjoy a delicious breakfast of
pancake and sausage,
orange juice, and coffee.
Come early and visit with
your friends while having
breakfast.

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attend, sent a batch of her
homemade cookies.
Necessary business mat-
ters were taken care of by VP
Taylor. He also urged mem-
bers to notify State
Representatives that an
increase in our insurance
subsidy would be very wel-
come.
VP Taylor thanked Mrs.
Attaway for being our guest,
the hostesses for their tasty
refreshments, Johnnie Mae
for her lovely devotion and all
members who attended.


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The County Record, APRIL 18, 2007, Page 4


I I OBITUUAIES


DONALD BARFIELD
Mr. Donald Barfield, 63, of
Altha, Fla., passed away early
Tuesday morning, April 10,
2007, at the Courtyard Rehab
and Nursing Center in
Marianna, Fla.
Donald was born on May
13, 1943, in Altha, and had
lived in Calhoun County all of
his life. He was a retired
farmer and served in the
United States Army and was of
the protestant faith.
Survivors include an aunt,
Marie Barfield of Altha; first
cousin, Myrlene Hodge and her
husband, Kenneth, of Winter
Springs, Fla.; and numerous
other family members.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, April 14, at 10:00
a.m. (CDT) from the home of
Donald Barfield at 15608 NW
JJ Young Road in Altha, with
Rev. Larry Rogers and R.L.
Phillips officiating. Interment
followed in the Mt. Olive
Cemetery in Altha.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).

MARGARET BATEMAN
Margaret Bateman, 77, of
Oviedo, Florida, and formerly
of Alabaster, Alabama, passed
away Monday, April 9, 2007, in
Orlando.
Mrs. Bateman was born in
Tuscumbia, Alabama, and had
lived in Oviedo since 2004.
Margaret retired as an execu-
tive secretary for Chemstrand
Monsanto and had also served
as secretary for the First
Baptist Church in Eufaula,
Alabama, for 11 years.
She was preceded in death
by her husband, George
Bateman, Jr., in 2004.
Survivors include a son,
Jerry E. Bateman and his wife,
Carol, of Oviedo, Florida; a
daughter, Joy Martin and her
husband, Steve, of Alabaster,
Alabama, two brothers-in-law,
Vance Bateman of Altha,
Florida and A.V. Bateman of
Port St. Joe, Florida; five
grandchildren, Joshua, George
III, and Charles Bateman,
Steve Martin, Jr. and his wife,
Alia, and Jennifer Joy Furlow
and her husband, Sam; two
great grandchildren, Jolee
Shea and Kira Kay Martin.
Funeral services were held
at 1:00 EST Saturday, April 14,
from the Lake Mystic Cemetery
in Bristol. Memorial services
were alsoheld at 2:00 PM CST
Sunday from the First Baptist
.Church in Eufaula, Alabama.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrangements
(ph. 850-674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com).

CARLIS LEE CLAY
Mr. Carlis Lee Clay, 71, of
Blountstown, passed away
Sunday, April 15, 2007, in
Blountstown, Florida.
Mr. Clay was born in Bristol,
and had lived in Calhoun and
Liberty Counties most of his
life. He was of the Baptist faith.
He was preceded in death by
a brother, Roy Clay, and three
sisters, Maggie Pitts, Alma
Spikes, and Nita McClellan.
Survivors include two sis-
ters, Thelma Kyle and her hus-
band, Buddy, of Blountstown
and Lois Moore of -Panama
City, Florida; and a host of
nieces, nephews and other
extended family.
Funeral services will be held
at 2:00 PM today, Wednesday,
April 18, at the chapel of
Adams Funeral Home with
Reverend Francis Carlisle offi-
ciating. Interment will. follow
in the Calvary Baptist Church
Cemetery in Clarksville. In lieu
of flowers, contributions can be
made to Hospice of the
Emerald Coast, 4374 Lafayette
St, Marianna, FL 32446.
Adams Funeral Home is in
charge of the arrangements
(ph. 850-674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com).


MILDRED DORIS (MIDGE)
ELDRIDGE
Mrs. Mildred Doris (Midge)
Eldridge, 84, of Blountstown,
Fla., passed away Saturday,
April 14, 2007, in
Blountstown.
Mrs. Eldridge was born on
September 6, 1922, in Ware,
Massachusetts, and had lived
in Calhoun County since 1946.
Midge served as a Registered
Nurse in the Army Air Corp at
the Panama Canal Zone. She
was director of nursing at
Calhoun General Hospital for
several years. Midge retired
after 27 years as a Public
Health Nurse with the Calhoun
County Health Department.
She was a member of the
Blountstown United Methodist
Church.
Survivors include three
daughters, Pam Hand and her
husband, Ronnie, of
Blountstown, Pat Mullins and
her husband, Jim, of
Tallahassee, Cathy Kimbrel
and her husband, Glenn, of
Blountstown; one sister,
Jeannette Rainey of New
Hampshire; six grandchildren,
Tricia Tyre, Jason Hand, Eric
Hand, Jeff Tyre, Jonathan
Kimbrel, and Katie Kimbrel.
Funeral services were held
Monday, April 16, at 10:00
a.m. (CDT) at the Blountstown
United Methodist Church with
Rev. Steve Warren officiating.
Interment followed in the
Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
BElountstown. Contributions
may be made to the
Blountstown United Methodist
Church or to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, Fla. 32446.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marion
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).

HALLEY H. FRYE
Mr. Halley H. Frye, 75, of
Blountstown, passed away
Saturday, April 14, 2007, at
his home.
Mr. Frye was born in
Church Hill, Tennessee, and
had lived in Blountstown since
1968. Halley was the owner
and operator of Frye's
Automotive Center until his
retirement and was a veteran
of the Korean War, serving in
the US Navy as well as the
Marine Corps. He served for
three years active duty and
served for eight years in the
Active Reserves. He was a
member of thl" First
Pentecostal H.,Iin -ss Church in
Blountstown where he served
on the Board of Deacons. In
the early 90's, Halley founded
and served as President of the
Grumpy Old Men's Club, a
club dedicated to helping oth-
ers less fortunate in the com-
munity. -For his humanitarian
work in the community, he
received many awards and
honors including the National
Jefferson Award in 1995 and
the Florida's Finest Award pre-
sented by the late Governor
Lawton Chiles in 1998. Mr.
Frye was an active member in
the Gideons and the Masons
where he was a 32nd degree
Mason of the Scottish Rites. He
was a member of Dixie Lodge
109 F&AM and a longtime
member of the Calhoun County
Democratic Executive
Committee where he had
served as chairman and State
Committeeman.
Survivors include his wife,
Dorothy "Dot" Frye of
Blountstown; four sons, Gerald
Frye and his wife, Melody, of
Blountstown, Terry Frye and


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Gerry Frye and his wife, Amy,
of Bascom, and Gary Lee
Osteen and his wife, Hope, of
Tallahassee; two daughters,
Karen Sanders and her hus-
band, David, and Andrea
Osadnick, all of Tallahassee;
one brother, J.D. Frye and his
wife, Karin, of Hatford, TN; two
sisters, Dana Davis of Church
Hill, TN, and Jean Pritchard
and her husband, Paul, of
Gray, TN; eight grandsons,
four granddaughters, and four
great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
at 2:00 PM Tuesday, April 17,
from the First Pentecostal
Holiness Church in
Blountstown with Reverend
David Goodman officiating.
Interment followed in the
Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
Blountstown with military and
Masonic honors. In lieu of flow-
ers, contributions can be made
to Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St, Marianna, FL
32446.
Adams Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrangements
(ph. 850-674-5449 or online at
www.adamsfh.com).

BUFORD L. (BUD)
TIMMONS, JR.
Mr. Buford L. (Bud)
Timmons, 80, of Blountstown,
Fla., (Scotts Ferry Community),
passed away Wednesday after-
noon, April 11, 2007, at his
home.
Bud was born on August
18, 1926, in Wachula, Fla. to
Buford and Ruby Timmons.
Mr. Timmons had lived in
Calhoun County since 1987,
coming from Tallahassee, Fla.
He was a Veteran of WWII,
serving in the United States
Army-Air Force. He was a ded-
icated Wildlife Officer for 33
years, retiring as a Major in
1987. B.ud was a member of
the Masonic Order since 1950
and was well-known for his
community service.
Bud was preceded in death
his son, Drew Timmons.
Survivors include his wife of
60 years, Bonnie Timmons of
Scotts Ferry, Fla.; two daugh-
ters: Janet Revell and her hus-
band, Dennis, of Athens, Ga.,
Diane Pate and her husband,
Daniel, of Marianna; one son,
Budd Timmons and his wife,
Diane, of Marianna; two sis-
ters, Faye Leedy and Marcia
Tilghman; stepfather, Roland
D. Parish; seven grandchil-
dren, Jason, Ashley and
Jonathan Revell; Emily and
Mason Timmons; Michael and
Christopher Timmons.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, April 14, at 1:00
p.m. (CDT) from the Williams
Memorial Methodist Church in
Scotts Ferry. Interment fol-
lowed at 3:00 p.m. (CDT) in the
Pinecrest Memorial Gardens
Cemetery in Marianna.
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Ftineral Home
in Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2-266).


Altha praise, worship Gospel sing Saturday
service set for Sunday at Abe Springs Baptist


You are invited to the
Altha Community Praise and
Worship Service beginning at
6 p.m. (CT) this Sunday, April
22 at the Altha United
Methodist Church.
An offering will be received
to help the needy in the Altha
area. Each family who
attends is asked to bring a
snack food to enjoy after the
service.
The Altha United
Methodist Church building is
located on SR 71 South in
Altha.

Amanda McGhee will
speak at praise service

Blountstown United
Methodist Church invites you
to our new Praise Service
beginning Sunday, April 22,
at 6:00 p.m. We are turning
up the volume, adding a beat
and introducing a Praise
team.
Join us and hear God's
word in many formats such
as skits, puppets, and music.
This week Amanda
McGhee, one of Blountstown
High School teachers, will be
our speaker.
Come and experience a
new beginning with us at
Blountstown United
Methodist Church across
Subway.


Magnolia Cemetery

Committee needs

your contributions
The Magnolia Cemetery
Committee is asking the
community, who has rela-
tives or friends buried at the
cemetery to make a contribu-
tion towards the mainte-
nance and upkeep of the
cemetery in the amount min-
imum of $25.00 or any
amount that is convenient for
you.
Please make the check or
money order. payable to:
Magnolia Cemetery
Association and mail to, P.O.
Box 795, Blountsfown, Fla.
,32424.
Magnolia Cemetery
Association and Rev. David
Ihone, Chairman extends
their thanks in advance.

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Abe Springs Baptist
Church will be having a
gospel sing on Saturday,
April 21. The sing will start
at 6:00 p.m. Local talent will
be featured and everyone is
invited to come and sing and
be a part of this gospel sing.
The church is located at
13913 SW C.R. 275 in
Blountstown. For more
information, call 674-5880.


at Chipola Church

The 21st Annual
Homecoming will be celebrat-
ed at Chipola Community
Church on Sunday, April 22.
Pastor Johnie Godwin and
the congregation invite every-
one to attend.
The church service will
begin at 10 a.m. with preach-
ing and some good gospel
singing. There will be dinner
at the fellowship hall follow-
ing the service. Come expect-
ing a blessing from the Lord.
For more information, call
674-1230 or 674-7214.


Revival this week at
the Nazarene Church

There will be a revival held
at Blountstown First Church


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


of the Nazarene with the
Evangelist Deon L. Hawkins.
This revival will run from
Wednesday, April 18,
through Sunday, April 22,
beginning at 6:00 each night
except for the Sunday morn-
ing service which will begin at
10:30 a.m.
The church is the orange
brick building with the white
steeple; located .diagonally
across from Calhoun Liberty
Hospital. Everyone is wel-
come to attend.


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A church rummage and
bake sale will be held
Saturday, April 21, from 7
a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be
something for everyone.
Toys, tools, household good,
furniture, clothes, odds and
ends. The sale will be held at
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
Hall, 16498 Gaskin St.,
Blountstown.

St. Paul handing out
Mother's Day speeches

Speeches for the St. Paul
AME Church Mother's Day
program will be handed out
Saturday, April 21, at 4:00
p.m. at the church. Please
come by if your child plans
on participating. The church
is located on River Street,
Blountstown.


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First Presbyterian Church
20325 N.W. Evans St. (Next to Peavy Funeral Home)
Blountstown, FL
Pastor: Dr. Lewis W. Bullard - 850-643-3608
Worship Service 10:00 A.M. C.S.T.
Sermon Topic for April 22, 2007:
"Thousands and Thousands"
Scripture: John 21:1-19, Rev. 5:11-14



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15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
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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


Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL * 674-5725
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

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Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
Sunday School...9:45 AM
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News & Events from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce


___ 20816 Central Ave. East, Suite 2 * Blountstown, Florida 32424
IW4 (850)674-4519 * FAX: (850)674-4962
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BY MARTI VICKERY
Operations Manager
Chamber Banquet
Tomorrow night -
Thursday, April 19th - OUR
60th ANNUAL CALHOUN
COUNTY
CHAMBER BANQUET at
the W.T. Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown. TICKETS WILL
NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR
- The reception begins at 6
pm and dinner will be served
at 6:30 pm. Our meal will be
catered by Marie Ann
Granger and the Altha
Culinary Arts program stu-
dents, music by Sammy
Tedder, several exhibits to
enjoy and much more! All the
office qt 674-4519 for ticket
availability - SOLD OUT.
Chamber Meetings
Our Board meets on the
2nd Tuesday, monthly,- at
noon. Our Membership
Lunch meetings are the 3rd
Tuesday of each month. Call


the Chamber office for loca-
tions and for additional infor-
mation at 674-4519. Due to
our Banquet, we will not have
our membership lunch in
April.
One Day Workshop,
Monday, April 23 in Bay
County
This will be a terrific
chance to learn more about
nature based tourism busi-
nesses and properly market-
ing them. The workshop will
be held in Panama City at the
Florida State Parks Training
Center at St. Andrews State
Park. I will be out of the
Blountstown office to attend.
You may leave a message at
674-4519 or call our
President, Vicki Montford at
643-2500.
Wednesday, APRIL 25, is
ADMINISTRATIVE PROFES-
SIONALS DAY!
Don't let the day go by
without recognizing your


Hospice seeking


military volunteers


Covenant Hospice is seek-
ing volunteers with military
backgrounds or their spous-
es to serve as members of its
new Military Ambassador-
Volunteer Program.
This new program will pro-
vide outreach and education
for community members that
are active, reserve, dis-
charged or retired military
personnel. A free training
session for potential volun-
teers will be held from 12
p.m. to 2 p.rh. on Thursday,
April 26 at Covenant Hospice
located at 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C in Marianna. Lunch
will be.provided.
The purpose of Covenant
Hospice's new program is to
make sure that all veterans
receive comprehensive, com-
passionate care at the end of
life. The role of the Military
Ambassador Volunteer is to
visit local military and veter-
an sites providing personal
contacts and educational
material. Ambassadors will
be asked to speak to veteran
groups and to meet with indi-
viduals in informal settings.
Covenant Hospice will pro-
vide those interested with
training and all outreach
materials.
There are over 25 million
Veterans across the nation.
The Gulf Coast has one of the

Deadline May 15

for Chipola's

Nursing Program
MARIANNA-Persons
interested in a career in
nursing are encouraged to
contact Chipola College as
soon as possible.
Application deadline is
May 15 for the next Associate
Degree Nursing (ADN) class.
Applications are available
in the Health Science
Building or at
www.chipola.edu/instruct/H
ealth-Sciences/index.htm
Applicants must take the
HESI entrance exam offered
at the Chipola testing center
Tuesday ahd Thursdays
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The ADN program is a 1+1
LPN to RN curriculum. After
completing the first year of
coursework, students are eli-
gible to take the LPN state
licensure exam. Students are
eligible to take the RN exam
after completing the second
year of the program.
Major pre-requisites for
acceptance include: psychol-
ogy, intermediate or college
algebra, English 1101,
Biology and orientation. A
total of 80 students are
admitted per year: 40 each in
fall and spring.
The LPN to RN transition
program accepts current
LPN's into the third semester
of the ADN program during
the summer terms. Program
enrollment is limited.
For information about
Chipola's Health Science pro-
grams, call Tracey Kitts at
850-718-2316, or visit
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largest populations of veter-
ans with approximately 1.8
million. The VA Hospice and
Palliative Care Initiative
_(VAHPC), which began in
2001, has helped to improve
veterans' access to hospice
and palliative care services
with in the VA and in the
community. Due to their
service, veterans often have
special needs at the end of
life.
To register or for more
information about the new
Military Volunteer Program,
please call Sandi Huster at
482-8520..


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important support staff. We
have Custom made pictorial
afghans, Calhoun County
polo shirts and much more
available for purchase at the
Calhoun County Chamber
office.
Blountstown Greenway
Bike Path - Florida
National Scenic Trail
Mark your calendars for
the Grand Opening of the
Blountstown Greenway Bike
Path set for Saturday, April
28th.
8 am - Bike Race begin-
ning at Sam Atkins Park Trail
Head. Registration begins
prior to the race...
8:30 am - A Fun Run!
Register at Sam Atkins Park
Trail Head.
8:45 am -Calhoun County
Fitness Challenge walkers!! -
Register at Sam Atkins Park
Trail Head.
10:30 am - Ribbon
Cutting, local and state digni-
taries and MORE at the M &
B Railroad Depot park. Yes,
you may bring your lawn
chairs, if you like.
11 am - Time for a terrific
lunch...also, at the Depot
sponsored and prepared by
the City of Blountstown.
There will be a variety of
music and dance! -
Entertainment from 9am -
11am
And at 1 pm - wind down
your afternoon with a guided
Nature Walk along the trail...
There will be several water
stations and other vendors,
exhibits from The Nature
Conservancy, Florida Trail
Association, Keep Calhoun
County Beautiful and morel!
JOIN USI
Step Up, Florida! "Get Off
Your Tail and Get on the
Trail!!"
Call the Chamber office at
674-4519 to volunteer, or to
gather additional informa-
tion.


Wednesday, May 2nd -
Session 4 of the Rural
Catalyst Project meetings
Set to take place in Bristol
at the Veteran's Memorial
Civic Center from 9 - 4 EST.
If you need additional
details, contact me at the
Calhoun County Chamber.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS...
Tuesday, May 15th - Our
Retailer & Small Business
Workshop, will be held at our
Calhoun County Chamber
member meeting at noon at
the Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Association. Special
guest, Stephen Whitt from
the SBDC in Bay County will
facilitate this workshop.
Lunch is $7.00 and you may
pan on an excellent meal!
Thanks to Marilyn Russell
and her staff... Please RSVP
for seating, to the Calhoun
County Chamber office at
674-4519 by May 11.
SAVE THE DATES - MAY 21
- 22! - The Rural Economic
Development and Tourism
Summit
This will be held at the
Jackson County Ag Center in
Marianna, FL. Calhoun
County's own Elam Stoltzfus
will be one of the dynamic
speakers. Business and com-
munity leaders may call the
Calhoun County Chamber
offices for registration infor-
mation.
CHECK IT OUT...
We offer complimentary
Calhoun County Enterprise
Zone maps and information
packets.
Are you building a new
home? Remodeling? Perhaps
you are expanding your busi-
ness...
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Chamber at 674-4519 for'
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daughters of David and Shana Carson Stephanie, 14, and John Martin, Jr.,
daughters of David and Shana Carson 10, are the children of Vernice and
of Bristol. John Martin of Blountstown.


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Hunter Ryan Clark Moreau, 9 months,
is the son of Emly Clark and Bliss
Moreau of Altha.


Bri Summerlin, 6, and Shae
Summerlin, 5, are the daughters of
Miranda Mears of Bristol.


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Brock, 5, is the son of Teddy and
Christina Sykes of Hosford.


Carson, 3, is the son of Chris and
Lorie Duncan of Blountstown.


Nathaniel, 19 months, and Angelina, 7
months, are the children of Josh and
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children of Dan and Twila Henry of
Blountstown.


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Tigers sending [

seven lifters . -. L ,i LL

to state finals
Seven Blountstown Tigers
have qualified for the -
state finals set to get ' "
underway in Daytona
Beach Friday morning, - -
They include (front row, .
from left) Malcolm Ivory .
(183 lb. class), Ryan Baker
(219 lb. class), (back row)
Britt Leach (199 lb. class), L'"h
Josh Lee (199 lb. class),
Britt Wood (139 lb. class),
and Joseph Sapp (129 lb.
class). Not pictured is Just
Godwin (139 lb. class). The
Tigers recently captured .
second place honors at
the Big Bend Invitational
with 12 teams competing.


BHS Lady Tigers hosting



district tourney this week


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
It's district tournament
time and the Blountstown
Lady Tigers are hosting the
Class 2A, district 3 event this
week.
Altha took on Sneads in
the first round Tuesday
(details unavailable at press
time). The winner will face
BHS Thursday at 6 p.m. for
the championship.
"The Tigers went 4-0 in


Altha is 0-4. The Tigers won
come from behind victories
both times against the
Pirates."
BHS finished their regular
season last week. They
defeated R.F. Munroe last.
Monday, 12-9. Kaitlin
Peacock was the winning
pitcher with Lauren Wood
and Ellen Williams also tak-
ing the mound. The Lady
Tiger pitchers allowed only
six hits, walked four, and had
one error. At the plate, Ellen


each had a double and single.
Brittany Griffin had a double
and Shaterial Davis had a
single.
The Tigers were defeated
by Liberty County Friday, 2-
7. Peacock pitched the first
three innings and was
relieved by Williams.
Offensively, BHS was led by
Fagen with a double and sin-
gle. Griffin, Faircloth, Wood,
Williams, Davis, and Allison
Jones each had a single.


Alday, Chew, Golden and Mills qualify


Cats headed to state


BY COACH ROBBIE SMITH
Altha High will be sending
four boys to the state
weightlifting finals this week-
end in Daytona Beach - John
Alday, Gary Chew, Tony
Golden, and Michael Mills.
The event will be held at the
Ocean Center with competi-
tion beginning at 9 a.m. CT.
Senior John Alday will be
making his second trip to the
state finals. Alday will be
looking to match his success
of last year when he won the
state title in the 119 pound
weight class. This year John
will be lifting in the 129
pound weight class. John is
currently ranked number one
in state with a 500 total.
John has pretty much lived
in the weightroom these last
couple of years and the hard
work has paid off. Alday is
currently 55 pounds ahead of
the nearest person in the 129,
pound weight class.
"Determination is the key. No
matter how many times I
failed in the weightroom, I
never let it stop me. I got
right back up and went at it
even harder than before."
Junior Gary Chew will also
be making his second trip to
state. Chew will be competing
in the 129 lb. weight class.
Gary has a 425 lb. total going
into state. Chew is currently
ranked 4th in state. "I'm
excited to get the opportunity
to compete at state again."
Gary is also a standout on
the boys baseball team.
Sophomore Tony Golden
will also be representing the
Wildcats in the state final for
the first time. Tony has a 515
pound total and is currently


ranked 4th in state in the
154 pound weight class. "We
have trained really hard, so
hopefully we will bring a cou-
ple of medals back home."
Senior Michael Mills will
be lifting in the 183 pound
weight class. Mills finished
1st in Section 2 with a 620
pound total and is currently
ranked 1st in his weight
class. Michael has been
relentless in training this
year preparing for state.
Mills had this to say about


making the state final: "Hard
work and dedication is the
reason why I have qualified
and have a chance for a state
medal."
Regardless of what hap-
pens this weekend, I am
proud of these boys. They
have paid a heavy price.
Weightlifting is a hard sport.
Pain is always present.
Friday, they will give 100%
for themselves, their family,
and Altha Weightlifting.


regfilar season play in the Williams and Chelsea
district," says Coach Bubba Faircloth had three hits each. 1 B
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This meeting is to coordinate
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Anyone interested in help-
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with this program can
attend the meeting or contact
Cliff -Jackson at 850-209-
1684.


Tigers will host district


baseball tournament


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Blountstown Tigers
took a loss to Wewa last week
and are now preparing for the
district tournament set to get
underway Tuesday.
The Tigers traveled to
Gator country Friday and
were defeated, 9-3. Eric
O'Bryan was on the mound
for BHS, giving up six hits,
striking out one and walking
three. "He went all seven
innings .and did a very good
job," says Coach Jeff
Gillespie.
Jared Lilly led the Tigers.
at the plate with a double.


"We're steadily improving
and we need to make
progress defensively," Coach
Gillespie remarks, noting
that the Tigers are 7-11 on
the season.
BHS hosted Chipley
Monday and Liberty County
Tuesday (details unavailable
at press time). They travel to
Florida High Thursday for a 6
p.m. CT varsity only game.
This will be the last game of
the regular season.
BHS will host the district
tournament on Tuesday at
6:30 p.m. BHS will take on
Altha in the first round. The
winner goes up against
Sneads Thursday at 6:30.


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Altha hosts Holmes County Thursday


Three up, three down



for Wildcats last week


BY JIM MclNTOSH
The Altha Wildcats opened
up a big ol' can of whuppin'
last week as they outscored.
their three opponents--R.F.
Munroe, , Rocky Bayou
Christian Academy
(Niceville), and Graceville-by
a combined score of 35-5.
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Altha (12-6) brought out their
big sticks against the R.F.
Munroe Bobcats (7-10) and
banged out 13 hits (including
three doubles and two triples)
on their way to an 11-1, five-
inning victory.
Noah Byler (1-1; 1.50 ERA)
picked up his first complete
game win of the season by
striking out eight of the 21
batters he faced while allow-
ing four hits and surrender-
ing only two walks.
Leadoff batter Gary Chew
set the tone for the Wildcats
in the first inning by slapping
a double into left field. He
advanced to third on a
passed ball. Josh McIntosh
singled through the right side
to score Chew.
In the top of the second
inning Ethan Byler reached
on an error by the center-
fielder. Jake Edenfield's sac-
rifice bunt moved Byler to
second base. With one out
Josh Warner brought Byler
home with a single to left
field, giving Altha a 3-0 lead.
The Wildcats would extend
their lead to 8-0 in the fifth
inning. McIntosh drew a
leadoff walk and he stole sec-
ond base. Noah Byler
brought McIntosh around to
score with a single to center-
field. Next, Tad Scott torched
the Bobcats' pitcher for a
triple to right field, scoring
Byler. Keith Kirkpatrick's
infield single allowed Scott to
score. Kirkpatrick stole sec-
ond base and moved to third
when the pitcher balked.
McIntosh's single through
the left side allowed
Kirkpatrick to score the
Wildcats' eighth run.
In the top of the fourth
inning, Scott's lead off walk


chased Munroe's starting
pitcher from the game. With
two outs Ethan Byler ripped
a ground-rule double that
bounced over the left field
fence. The Wildcats' bom-
bardment ended when
Edenfield hammered a two-
run triple to right field, scor-
ing Scott and Byler.
Munroe would plate their
only run in the bottom of the
fifth inning.
The 10-run rule ended the
1:48 affair with the Wildcats
taking home their twelfth win
on the season.
Josh McIntosh led all bat-
ters with a three-for-three
performance (including a
double and two RBIs), a
stolen base and he scored
two runs. Josh Warner was
two for two and he had two
RBIs. Jake Edenfield had a
triple, and a walk and twice
he touched the dish. - Noah
Byler was two for four, scored
a run, stole a base, and he
had two RBIs during the
game.
ALTHA, APRIL 10-One
hour and fifty minutes.
That's how long it took the
Wildcats' (13-6) to cook up
their sixth shutout of the sea-
son with a 10-0, sixth inning
win over Niceville's Rocky
Bayou Christian Academy
Knights (4-12). Their recipe
included a dominating pitch-
ing performance by the cur-
rent Big Bend earned run
average leader (and in third
place with 66 strikeouts), Tad
Scott (4-3; 0.50 ERA), who
fanned 13 of the 19 batters
he faced and pitched his sec-
ond no-hitter of the season.
The only Knights' batter to
reach base did so on a throw-
ing error in the sixth inning.
The Wildcats put together
a nine-hit evening and scored
three runs in the first inning.
With one out Josh McIntosh
was issued a walk and he
stole second base. Noah
Byler's ground out to the
shortstop moved McIntosh
over to third. With two outs
Tad Scott also walked and
reached second on the catch-
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allowed McIntosh and Scott
to cross home plate and
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base. Kirkpatrick scored the
Wildcats' third run of the
inning on a throwing error by
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BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
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ended a challenging week
with three back to back loss-
es.
The Cats hosted Sneads
April 5 and were defeated, 8-
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Hires, Taylor Shelton, and
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Yon and Nikki Debolt each
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4-3. Shelton led her team


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two singles. Lindsey Doyal
added a triple and Hannah
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Tuesday with Altha going up
against Sneads (details
unavailable at press time).
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Carr School honor




A roll is announced


Principal Darryl Taylor, Jr.
is pleased to announce the
Carr Schoool honor roll for
the third nine weeks.
Kindergarten
I can write a sentence:
Tyler Burke
Hayden Nichols
Katrina Miles
Nate Hall
Jacen White '
Kaylee Rich
I can read AR Books:
Marcus Barbee
Abby Neal
Jenna Dees


Hunter Drew
Caitlyn Hurst
Megan Ratliff
Madison Cutchen
Courtney Cole

I know how to keep my
teeth healthy:
Taylor Pate
Bridgette Macmenanie
Breanna Varnum
Cane Miller
Jacob Nichols
Tommy Todd

I can recognize numbers


to 30:
Gavin Swearengin
Julia Roland
Hannah Brown
Breanna Crockrell
Kailei Davis
Cayson Maloy
Jacob McDaniel
Heaven Patterson
Jay Tipton

First Grade - Morse:
Holley Bailey, Brenna Garcia,
Bryanna Hope, Ambriah
See CARR HONOR, page 14


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Altha chorus presents



'Annie' April 19 and 20


Mark your calendars and
get ready for a slice of the
Hard Knock Life as the Altha
High School Chorus Program
puts on their version of the
award-winning Broadway
musical "Annie".
The title character will be
played by the always-lovely
Audrey Brown; Zachariah
Scott, a fresh face to the
musical stage, will portray
"Daddy" Warbucks; Annie's


cruel warden Miss Hannigan
is to be brought to life by
newcomer Lisa Chason; and
Annie's saving "Grace" will be
played by actress-to-watch
Kara Bremer.
The play is set in 1930's
New York and offers an unde-
niable sense of hope despite
the times. However, it is a
genuinely timeless play,
which deserves to be revisited
time and again. Remember,


you're never fully dressed
without a smile, so if you
come underdressed our goal
is for you to leave with a new
wardrobe.
The play will be performed
on Thursday, April 19, at
12:30 P.M. and Friday, April
20, at 10:00 a.m. and 7:00'
p.m. There is no cover
charge but donations will be
accepted at the door.
By: Sean Alday


Principal Hand announces



Altha School's honor roll


Principal Ronnie Hand is
pleased to announce the
honor roll at Altha Public
School.
'A' Honor Roll
First grade: Michelle
Aaron, Carlee. Barfield,
Stetson Branch, Drew Carey,
Coy Cook, Megan Corbin,
Kelsey Cox, Josie Hall, Kali
Jackson, Lauren Martin,
Jasmine Medina, David
Pringle, Max Scott, Cain
Smith, Jasmine Taylor,
Breanna Terry, Britni Tharp,
Harley Willis.


Phoenix International Raceway


Driver Start Finish Points/Bonus


Jeff Burton 2
Matt Kenseth 4
Mark Martin 6
Jeff Gordon 1
Jamie McMurray 13
Greg Biffle 21
Martin Truex Jr. 24
Juan Montoya 16
Denny Hamlin 7
David Stremme 14


Second grade: Devan
Adkins, Seth Alday, Kathrine
Alderman, Cy Barton, Nolan
Bean, Abbie Edenfield,
Jaylon Hall, Ashley Lytle,
Collin Mears, Timothy
Mullaney, Madison Peacock,
Kiana Richards, Johnny
Sewell, Madison Smith,
Stephanie Wriston.
Third grade: Johnny
Aaron, Aubree Bay, Sawyer
O'Bryan, Samantha Potter,
Hayden White.
Fourth grade: Jenny
Moore.


Through April 15, 2007
2007 Nextel Cup
Driver Points
1) Jeff Gordon 1136
2) Jeff Burton 1128
3) Matt Kenseth 1011
4) Jimmie Johnson 955
5) Denny Hamlin 914
6) Clint Bowyer 866
7) Kyle Busch 856
8) Carl Edwards 837
9) Tony Stewart 814
10) Jamie McMurray 805
11) Mark Martin 794
12) David Stremme 779
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Driver
1) Carl Edwards
2) Dave Blaney
3) Kevin Harvick
4) Kyle Busch
5) David Reutimann
6) Matt Kenseth
7) Bobby Hamilton Jr.
8) Marcos Ambrose
9) Mike Wallace
10) David Ragan


Fifth grade: Seth
Alderman, Brooke Coleman,
Ethan Peacock, Porter Smith.
Sixth grade: None.
Seventh grade: Mitchell
Hall.
Eighth grade: Sierra
Chason, Raven . Griffin,
Harlea Perdue.
Ninth grade: Kara
Bremer.
Tenth grade: Caitlyn
Bruner, Cherie Hires, Katrina
Messer, Brittany Stephens.
See ALTHA HONOR, page 14


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Crew Chief: Kevin Hamlin
Car: Chevrolet
Biography:
In 1996, Jeff Burton joined Roush Racing, and
finished 13th overall, but from 1997 to 2000, he
never finished lower than 5th in the points
standings. He achieved his first career win in
1997, finishing first in the Interstate Batteries
500 at Texas Motor Speedway and would go on
to win 14 more races during the four-year run.
His best points finish was in 2000, whep he fin-
ished 3rd, 294 points behind champion Bobby
Labonte. During that year, on September 17th,
he led the Dura Lube 300 sponsored by Kmart
at New Hampshire International Speedway
wire-to-wire, becoming the first Cup driver to
lead every lap in one race since Cale
Yarborough did so at a 1978 race in Nashville.
In 2002 and 2003, he finished 12th and com-
bined for 8 top-5s and 25 top-10s, but failed to
win a race in either year. Last year, Burton won
the pole for four races, bringing his total number
of career pole wins to six. Burton also won last
year's Dover 400, breaking a 175-race winless
streak dating back to October 28, 2001.


Starting June 7th, there will be a seven-episode series on ABC
that partners six NASCAR drivers with celebrities from music,
sports and TV. The show's concept is simple: Stock-car drivers -
will teach celebs like William Shatner, Jewel and Serena
Williams about taking hard comers at high speeds, while trying
to keep 3,000-plus pounds worth of sheet-metal, pumping pis-
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and hour-long finale will be co-hosted by ESPN anchor Kenny Mayne and former
Cleveland Cavaliers center and current ESPN Nascar analyst Brad Daugherty.


Jeff Burton passed Matt Kenseth on the final lap to win the
Samsung 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. That denied
Kenseth, who won the Busch race Saturday, a weekend
sweep. It was Burton's 19th career victory and it moved
him within eight points of the points leader Jeff Gordon. He
also became the first repeat winner of the race, having won
the first time 10 years ago. Burton's win also ended a four-
race winning streak by Hendrick Motorsports. Jeff Gordon,
the fourth place winner, had the fifth top-five finish this sea-
son for Hendrick Motorsports. Jimmie Johnson, who had
won three of the last four races for Hendrick, crashed into
Tony Stewart's car on lap 240, finishing 38th.


The UAW 500 at Talladega Superspeedway
in 2006 was the setting for which driver's
first Nextel Cup victory?
a) Casey Mears c) Brian Vickers
b) Reed Sorenson d) Clint Bowyer
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Race Time: 8:00 pm ET, April 21st
Qualifying Record: Ryan Newman 135.854 mph in 2004
Race Record: Tony Stewart 118.132 mph in 1999
Track Statistics & History
Banking/Turns: 11 /9 degrees
Distance: 1.0 miles
Shape: Tri-oval
Last Year's Winner: Kevin Harvick
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Blountstown, Altha sweep




Chipola's Math Olympics


MARIANNA--Some 200
students representing 14
area high schools participat-
ed in the 23rd annual
Chipola College Math
Olympiad on April 11.
Students competed indi-
vidually on written exams in
Algebra I and II, Geometry,
Trigonometry and Calculus.
Teams competed in three
Ciphering competitions and
for Team Awards that are
earned through highest com-
bined scores on the written
exams. For their hard work,
the students earned certifi-
cates of participation and
were treated to lunch. The
event concluded with an
awards ceremony in the col-
lege Arts Center.
Overall team winners are:
first, Blountstown High,
team members: Ashley
Adams, Max Herndon, Nic
Stoltzfus; second, Marianna
High, team members:
Zachery Gilmore, Chris
Sawyer and Justin Carr.
Ciphering team winners
are:
Algebra I-first, Altha
High, team members: Kara
Bremer, Harlea Perdue,
Emily Brooks; second,
Holmes County, team mem-
bers: Mika Moore, Joseph
Landaverde and Hannah
Pippin.
Algebra II--first,
Blountstown High, team
members: Nic Stoltzfus,
Ashley Whitfield, Melissa
Howland; second, Sneads
High, team members: Matt
Rogers, Cody Pickens and Liz
Pevy.
Geometry-first, Chipley
High, team members: Nicole
Lankist, Preston Wilson,
Adriane Guettler; second,
Altha High, team members:
Brittany Stephens, Caitlyn
Bruner and Cherie Hires.
Individual award winners
by category are:
Algebra I--first, Vernon
High, Alex Anderson; second,
Marianna High, Bryan
Penello; third, Blountstown


Altha captured first place in Algebra I. Team members include
(from left) Emily Brooks, Kara Bremer, and Harlea Perdue.


Blountstown High's Algebra II team won first place. Team mem-
bers include (from left) Ashley Whitfield, Melissa Howland, and (not
pictured) Nic Stolzfus.


There's an exciting new
program on tap for the 2007-
08 year at Blountstown
Middle School and the dead-
line for students to apply to
participate is fast approach-
ing.
Thanks to a $40,000
Innovation Fair Matchmaker
grant recently awarded to
BMS by the Department of
Education, a Science/
Technology Choice Program
is being created. This will
offer a dynamic classroom
experience that teaches the
fundamentals of the scientific
methods that are key to suc-
cess in academic fields and
future professional situa-
tions.
As an elective class, stu-
dents will conduct individual
and small group research
projects. They will learn
research methods, science
lab skills, and computer
applications. The program
provides students with stan-
dards-driven, technology
infused, hands-on science
opportunities. Teachers will
be Nancy Dillmore and
Shannon Romer.


BMS teachers Nancy Dillmore and Shannon Romer (shown at
center) will lead the new Science/Technology Choice Program.


As a program of choice,
students must meet all
admission requirements to
attend, provided there is
space available. Class size is
limited to 25 seventh grade
students and 25 eighth grade
students. Applications for the
upcoming school year must
be returned to BMS by May
4. If there are more students
interested in the program


than space available, there
will be a ranking system and
waiting,list for acceptance.
Application forms were
recently sent home with stu-
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Principal Mike Johnson is
pleased to announce the
Blountstown Middle School
honor roll as follows:
All A's
6th: Jacob Brown, Hayden
Jeppson, Casey Johnson,
Marysa Lee, Taylor Mauck,
Marisa Melvin, Caleb Mills,
Brandon Purvis, Ally
Richards. .
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Megan Brown, Saad Farooqi,
Ja'Sharmaine Jones,
Brittany Norris, Trenton
Smith, Leah Stewart, Steven
Warren.
8th: Junicia Baker,
Caroline Johnson, Eric
Jones, Leven Khulordava,
Eliya Margrill, Kristen
Peacock, Travis Pittman,
Alexandria Smith, Cameron


Smith, Karis Smith, Warren
Tanner.
All A's and B's
6th: Brittany Bailey,
Karah Beaver, Brittany
Bridges, Alexis Butler, Kayla
Campbell, David Causey,
De'Barus Colvin, Stedman
Dawson, Davina Fountain,
Chesten Goodman, Jordan
Griffin, Chance Harris, Emily
Hester, Michael Hughes,
Elizabeth Jerkins, Mary
Kent, Amanda Long, Rosevelt
Martin, Chelsea Murphy,
William Nowling, Sarah
Quijas, Shelby Strawn,
Hammadah Talib, Laura
Tomlinson, Chelsey Weiler,
Alexis Widner, Andre
Wielichowski.
7th Grade: Tiffany Abbott,
Shaquala Butler, Matthew


Digsby, Jose Duran,
Johnathon Finch, Jesse
Griffin, Deven Harrigill,
Charles Hill, Semantha
Hunter, Larry Jackson, Heidi
Jeppson, Megan Layfield,
Justin Lewis, Thomas Liffick,
Jawon Mosley, Trenten Wise.
8th Grade: Cherie Baggett,
Shayn Baggett, Chelsea
Baker, Taylor Brantley-Curl,
Tasheana Brown, Morgan
Davis, Gabriel Dawson,
Eurica Engram, Montoya'
Garrett, Alfonso Hernandez-
Flores, Samuel Hurtado,
Jahnice Jones, Elizabeth
Koonce, Ivy Martin, Nicholas
Martin, Venisha Martin,
Matthew McGraw, Paul
Mosley, Makynzie O'Bryan,
Jacy Richards, Hayley
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S-, *Cong. Boyd,

Rotary Club

l honor FFA
Members of the
�,Blountstown High national
01 championship FFA Forestry
-,team were presented $100
savings bonds from the
, - -Blountstown Rotary Club at
. their meeting last
Wednesday, along with
awards from Congressman
Allen Boyd. The FFA team of
Nic Stoltzfus, Jennie Fagan,
Max Herndon, and Will
Leonard are pictured with
Rotary members, school offi-
cials and Harold Mikell of
Congressman Boyd's office.


Aldermans win Florida

music competition honors
Joan Alderman and her grandson, Seth Alderman,
pictured at left, recently returned from the Florida Old
Time Music Competition in Dade City with several
prize ribbons. Joan won first place in harmonica while
Seth earned second place in the fiddling contest. In
addition, Seth won two first place ribbons - one for
such an enthusiastic delivery when he sang "Goober
Peas" and another for wearing a Florida Gator t-shirt!
The son of Luke and Amy Alderman, Seth is in the fifth
grade at Altha School. Joan, who teaches at
Blountstown Middle School, has been participating in
the event for several years and was the first woman to
ever compete in the harmonica division. The compe-
tition was held at he Saratoma Youth Ranch in the


orange groves,


Wildcat baseball cont'd


'McIntosh to begin the sixth
inning. Noah Byler yanked a
,double down-the left field line
,putting McIntosh on third.
-Tad Scott lifted a sacrifice fly
to right field to score
McIntosh. Keith Kirkpatrick
singled through the left side
and scored Byler.
Kirkpatrick stole second base
and reached third on the sec-
ond baseman's fielding error.
Cale Chafin's walk chased
the Knights' pitcher. Ethan
Byler reached on the catch-
er's throwing error to load the
bases. Jake Edenfield picked
up RBI number 11 on the
season after he drew a walk
that scored Kirkpatrick.
Josh Warner loaded the
bases again with his single to
left field. Then Gary Chew
drew a walk that plated Byler.
McIntosh singled to right
field that allowed Edenfield to
score. Noah Byler ended the
game with a single that
bounced over the shortstop's
head and Warner scored the
Wildcats' tenth run.
The leading batters were
Keith Kirkpatrick and Cale
Chafin going two for three on
the night. Kirkpatrick scored
two runs, had a RBI, and he
stole a base. Chafin scored a
run and he had two RBIs.
Josh McIntosh was one for
two, scored two runs, posted
a RBI, and he stole two
bases. Noah Byler went two
for four (including a double),
scored a run, and he had a
RBI.
ALTHA, APRIL 13-Friday
.the 13th, day of bad luck?
Right? Wrong! There was no
way you could convince the
Altha Wildcats (14-6) on this
'Friday night as they pounded
,out 14 hits against the
Graceville Tigers (6-10) to
.take their third consecutive
10-run game, 14-4, in five
.innings. No good luck
charms were needed only
'timely and multiple hits were
all Altha used in 1:35 min-
utes it took them to complete
.their sweep week at The
Cotton Patch.
Keith Kirkpatrck (5-1;
1.44 ERA) got the nod for the
,Wildcats and did a good job
in pitching his fifth complete
'game. He struck out five
Tigers, gave up four hits, five
walks and four runs but only
one of those was earned.
Graceville opened the
scoring on a passed ball in
the first inning.
Tad Scott would tie the
score at one in the second
inning. He singled to left field
and stole second base. Keith
Kirkpatrick laid down a sacri-
fice bunt that moved Scott to
third. Then Scott scored on a
wild pitch.
In the fourth inning the
Wildcats made it a 4-1 game
by plating three more runs.
With one out Gary Chew
drew a walk and he swiped
second base. Josh
McIntosh's single through
the left side scored Chew.
McIntosh advanced to second
on the catcher's indifference.
With two outs Tad Scott
slammed a first pitch fastball


over the left field fence for a
two-run homerun (his second
of the season).
Altha's big-time hit parade
continued in the fourth
inning putting up eight runs
on the Tigers. Ethan Byler
got it rolling with a single to
right field. Jake Edenfield
reached on a fielder's choice
as Byler was forced out at
second. Josh Warner singled
to left field. Gary Chew
reached on a walk to load the
bases. McIntosh reached on
a fielder's choice when Chew
was forced out at second but
Edenfield scored on the play
and Warner moved to third
base. McIntosh advanced to
second on the catcher's indif-
ference. Noah Byler ham-
mered a double to centerfield
that scored Warner and
McIntosh. Scott slammed a
triple to the left field fence
that brought Byler around to
score. Kirkpatrick scored
Scott when he singled to cen-
terfield. Cale Chafin followed
with a single of his own to
centerfield advancing
Kirkpatrick to second. Ethan
Byler turned on a 0-1 pitch,
jacked it over the left field
fence (his second round-trip-
per of the season) for a three-
run home run and gave the
Wildcats a 12-1 lead.
Graceville put up three
runs in the top of the fifth
inning to make it a 12-4 ball-
game.
But that was no problem
for the Wildcats .as they iced
the game in their half of the
fifth inning. Seventh grader
Jacob Warner did a great job
in working out of a 0-2 count
and drawing a leadoff walk.
Josh McIntosh reached on a
fielder's choice and Warner
moved to second on a throw-
ing error by the Tigers' sec-
ond baseman. Noah Byler's
single to left field loaded the
bases. Keith Kirkpatrick had
the game-winner when he
smacked a two run double to
left centerfield that allowed
Jacob Warner and McIntosh
to cross the plate.
Leading the Wildcats at
the plate were Ethan Byler
and Keith Kirkpatrick. Both
were three for three, each one
scored a run, and both of
them had 3 RBIs. Byler had
a three run homerun while
Kirkpatrick picked up his
third double on the season
and collected his team-lead-
ing twelfth stolen base on the
year. Tad Scott was a double
away from hitting for the
cycle as he had a single,
triple and two-run homer in
the game on his way to a 3
RBI night. Also, Scott stole
his fifth base of the season.
Noah Byler went two for four,
including a double. He
scored two runs and had two
RBIs. Both Cale Chafin and
Josh Warner were one for
three and each scored a run.
Josh McIntosh was one for
four, scored three runs and
picked up two RBIs during
the contest.
The Wildcats traveled to
Aucilla Christian Academy


yesterday (Tuesday). to take
on the Warriors in a double-
header (check out next
week's issue for game
details). Tomorrow
(Thursday) is Altha's last reg-
ular season home game as
they host the Holmes County
Blue Devils with the first
pitch scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
(CT)
Blountstown will host the
Class 2A-District 3 baseball
tournament next week. On
Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30
p.m. (CT) the #3-seeded
Blountstown Tigers will
square off against the #2-
seeded Altha Wildcats in the
district semi-final game. On
Thursday, April 26 at 6:30
p.m. (CT) the winner of the
semi-final game will take on
the top-seeded Sneads
Pirates for the district cham-
pionship. The Florida High
School Athletic Association
has set the cost of each game
at $5 per person.
For the latest Wildcats'
news and stats, log onto
www.maxpreps.com.
Also, check out the Big
Bend Baseball stats each
Friday on the Tallahassee
Democrat's Prep Page of their
sports section.
I'll see you at the games
and GO WILDCATS!!!


NOTICE OF

ANNUAL MEETING
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Florida Regional Housing Authority will hold its
Annual Meeting, April 26, 2007 in Room #10 of the
Veterans Memorial Park Civic Center, 2900 10405
NW Theo Jacobs Way, Bristol, Florida
Meeting will begin at 1:00 p.m. E.D.S.T. The
meeting will be open to the public.
April 11, 18,2007





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NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (EA) FOR PROPOSED EXTENSION AND
PAVING OF RUNWAY 18/36 AT CALHOUN COUNTY AIRPORT
AND NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC HEARING

Availability of Draft EA for Public Review
Pursuant to Section 102(2)(C) of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969, as amended, as
implemented by the Council on Environmental Quality (40 CFR Parts 1500-1508) the Calhoun County Board
of County Commissioners (BOCC) is issuing this. notice to advise the public that a Draft Environmental
Assessment (Draft EA) for the proposed extension and paving of Runway 18/36 at the Calhoun County
Airport. The document was prepared pursuant to a proposal presented to the Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) by the BOCC.
The Proposed Project includes the closure of the existing 2,858-foot turf runway; reorient and construct a new
paved runway 3,100-feet in length; construct a new parallel taxiway; install navigational aids; construct an
access road; and make airfield drainage and other related improvements. The project will improve safety and
utility at the airport.
The Draft EA discloses potential environmental impacts related to proposed federal action at the. Calhoun
County Airport. The FAA will consider all information contained in this Draft EA and additional information that
may be provided during the public comment period before issuing a Final EA and Agency decision regarding
the possible alternatives and Federal actions. If implemented, the Proposed Project would result in, impacts to
wetlands including 5.61 acres filled and 3.68 acres cleared and maintained, and proposes mitigation for these
unavoidable wetland impacts.
The BOCC encourages all interested parties to review the Draft EA and provide comments regarding the
Proposed Project and potential environmental, social, and economic impacts. Copies of the Draft EA may be
viewed during regular business hours at the Calhoun County Public Library, 11731 NE Pear St, Blountstown,
FL 32434 and at the Calhoun County Airport, 16701 Northwest Agri Park Road, Altha FL 32421.

Notice of Opportunity for Public Hearing
The BOCC will afford the opportunity for a Public Hearing. The purpose of the hearing, if one is requested, is
to afford the public and other interested parties the opportunity to comment on the economic, social, and
environmental effects of the location and the location's consistency with the objectives of any planning that the
community has carried out. Any person interested in the proposed project has up to 15 days from the date of
this Notice to request a hearing. If a hearing is scheduled, the date and location will be announced in a
separate notice.
Comments on Draft EA / Request for Public Hearing
Written comments on the Draft EA will be accepted until May 26, 2007. Requests for a Public Hearing will be
accepted until April 26, 2007. Written comments and/or a request for Public Hearing should be directed to:
Maxie Waldorff, Airport Manager, Calhoun County Airport, P.O. Box 38, Altha, FL 32421.
April 11, 18, 2007


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Deadline to enter April 30

Miss Blountstown Pageant set


Local queens were very busy
on April 6th and 7th at Harvey's
Supermarket bagging groceries
for "Tips for Tiaras," a fundraiser
.for the 2007 Calhoun-Liberty
Relay for Life. The.girls were able
to raise over $600! Local queens
will be back on April 13 bagging
groceries. If they meet their goal
of $5,000, team captain, Robyn
Parrish-Hill, will cut off 10 inches
of her hair and donate it to
"Locks for Love."
A thank you goes out to the
following queens for giving their
time: Ashley Lytle (Former Little
Miss Calhoun County 2006);
Madelyn Lytle (Young Miss Altha
2006); Brittany Lytle (Teen Miss
Blountstown 2006); Madison
Peacock (Young Miss Calhoun
County 2007); Meagan Benton
(Miss Calhoun County 2007);
Emily Childress- (Junior Miss
Calhoun County 2007); Kaitlin
McFarland (Teen Miss Calhoun
County 2007); Annika Milligan
(Little Miss Calhoun County
2007); Jennifer DeyVust (Miss
Liberty County Forestry 2007);
Tammy Johnson (Teen Miss
Calhoun County Forestry 2007);
Bailey Camp (Young Miss Liberty
County 2006),;!Nils'a Prowant
(Yourig Miss Firecracker 2006)
A BIG THANK YOU goes out to
Tonya Six and all of the wonder-
ful employees at Harvey's
Supermarket for allowing local
queens to work in their store.
Without their support. "Tips for
Tiaras" would not be possible.
ABOVE: Pretty in Pink! Annika,
Madison, Emily, and Meagan
wear pink in support of breast
cancer awareness.
MIDDLE: Miss Blountstown
director, Robyn Parrish-Hill, and
Teen Miss Calhoun County
Forestry, Tammy Johnson, are all
smiles bagging groceries.
BELOW: Teen Miss Calhoun
County, Kaitlyn McFarland and
Miss Liberty County Forestry,
Jennifer DeyVust are pictured
with Harvey's manager, Tonya
Six.


Narcissus Smith named


to "National Honor Roll"


Narcissus Smith has been
selected for induction into
the 2006/2007 National
Honor Roll for outstanding
academic achievement.
The 2006/2007 National
Honor Roll will include
Narcissus' name and biogra-
phy as one of the America's
leading high school students.
Being published is an honor
for her to share with a very
small percentage of all U.S.
high school students.
Once inducted into the
National Honor Roll,
Narcissus has an excellent
opportunity to showcase
Narcissus' proudest accom-
plishments-in academics,
clubs and activities, sports,
volunteer efforts, community
service, and more.
Qualifying as a National
Honor Roll inductee brings
many exciting benefits. Since
our inception, we have
awarded over $165,000 in
scholarship monies! This
year, National Honor Roll has
set aside $25,000 to be
shared among 25 of its quali-
fying inductees from the
2006/2007 school y ear. As
a member, Narcissus is eligi-
ble to complete for one of
these National Honor Roll
Awards For Academic
Achievement. Narcissus
could be the recipient of one
of these awards!
Narcissus is the grand-


daughter of Mrs. Aretha D.
Lawson of Blountstown and


Mr. and Mrs. George E.
Smith.


The Miss Blountstown
Pageant is set for June 2 at
2:00 PM CST at the
Blountstown High School
Auditorium. The deadline to
enter is April 30, 2007.
If anyone wishes to enter
or would like more informa-
tion on the pageant please
contact the director, Robyn
Parrish-Hill at miss-
blountstown @yahoo.com or
call 762-4966 between the
.hours of 5:00PM and
8:00PM. Calls after 8:00PM
will not be accepted. Age
divisions are 4 and up and
range from Tiny Miss to Lady
Ms (for older married ladies
who wish to compete).
Applications are available at
Blountstown Elementary
School, Merle Norman, or
can be e-mailed to prospec-
tive contestants.
Winners of the pageant
will go on to represent the


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CALHOUN COUNTY
April 6: William A. Murray, VOP; Fredrick McCormick, uttering, forgery
April 7: Dana Kent, FTA/worthless checks; Gil Fuentes, no valid DL
April 8: Thomas Powell, DUI, refusal to submit; Sharon Seltzer, FTA
April 9: Shiketa D, Hogans, VOP; Stephen C. Girardot, possession less
than 20 grams marijuana; Thaddeus Dawson, VOP
April 10: Dana Lynn Fritz, VOP
April 11: Sammy Stewart, VOP/burglary
April 12: Johnny L, Harvard, VOP
April 13: Johnny Patterson, sale of cocaine; Jacob Patterson, sale of
cocaine; Mathew. Shuff, DWLSR; Amanda Wages, reckless driving;
Christopher Golden, possession less than 20 grams marijuana
LIBERTY COUNTY
April 9: Shawn Lane Logan, domestic battery; Jeffery Jay Uhrick II,
possession less than 20 grams marijuana; Shiketa D. Hogan,
VOP/petit theft
April 10: Barbara Ann Vaught, VOP; Dana Lynn Fritz, holding for
CCSO; Scottie Paul Reddick, giving false statement; Shirley Reddick,
giving false statement to law enforcement; Brooke Williams, disorder-
ly conduct; Christopher Lewis, disorderly intoxication
April 11: Miranda Lynn Hartzell, hold for CCSO; Shawn Lane Logan,
VOP; Leigh Ruggles, holding for CCSO
April 13: James Wendell Furr, DUI; Clyde Andrew Todd, felony DUI,
DWLSR; Amanda Leigh Wages, holding for CCSO
EDITOR'S NOTE: Anthony Patterson, listed in last week's Sheriff's Log, is
NOT Anthony Patterson of Clarksville. Crystal Taylor, also listed last
week, is NOT the Calhoun County bus driver, Cristle Taylor.
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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The County Record, APRIL 18, 2007, Page 12
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Legal AdvertisernenIts


Legal Notice

The Calhoun County School Board pro-
poses to introduce and amend policies for
the Calhoun County Schools as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 6 - PERSONNEL AND
CHAPTER 8 - AUXILIARY SERVICES
Introducing and amending Policies:
6.173 Responsibilities of School Bus
Operators
6.172 License of School Bus Operator
8.30 Purpose and Function of the
Transportation Program
8.31 Student Transportation
8.32 Bus Routes
8.35 Exiting the School Bus
8.36 Transporting Students in Private
Vehicles
8.37 Seat Belts
8.38 Automotive Equipment
8.39 Vehicle Maintenance Program
Most of these changes are necessitated by a
statute that requires all references to "Bus
Driver" be changed to "Bus Operator" and
changes in statute citations. Entire propos-
als are available for viewing at the School
Superintendent's Office. Room G-20,
Calhoun County Court House. Blountstown,
Florida.
A hearing will be held on the above policies
in the Courthouse in Blountstown, Florida
at the Regular School Board meeting begin-
ning at 5:00 P.M., CDT, Tuesday. May 8,
2007.
Willie A. Brown,
Chairman Calhoun County
School Board
Attest: Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County School
April 11. 18, 25; May 2', 2007

Legal Notice
INVITATION TO BID
Notice is hereby given that sealed bid pro-
posals will be received by the Calhoun
County Board of County Commissioners
until 1:30 P.M. (C.D.T.). Tuesday, May 1.
2007, for the following items to be pur-
chased by said Board, for and on behalf of
Calhoun County, Florida. Bids will be
opened and read aloud at 2:00 P.M. (C.D.T.).
or as soon thereafter as practical on that
date.
TWO (2) 95 HP Minimum 4 Wheel Drive
Tractors
Specifications may be picked up at the
Calhoun County Emergency Management
Office, 20859 Central Avenue East. Room G-
40 (located in the basement of the
Courthouse). Blountstown, Florida, during
normal working hours. Bidders must show
in their bids the total price of the equipment.
All prices F.O.B., Calhoun County,
Blountstown, FL 32424.
Each bidder must furnish detailed specifica-
tions with their bid.
Each bidder must state the condition of and
period of warranty on their bid.
Any deviation from the specifications shall
be clearly noted and marked.
Proposals must be clearly labeled on the
envelope, "Bid on Equipment
Payment will be within thirty (30) days of
equipment and receipt of invoice.
Address all bids to the Calhoun County
Board of Commissioners, Clerk of Court,
20859 Central Avenue East, Room 130,
Blountstown. Florida.
The purchaser is exempt from payment of
Federal Excise Tax and Florida Sales Tax.
Said taxes must not be included in the bid
price.
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners reserves the right to waive
informalities in any bid, to accept and/or
reject any or all bids on whole or in part with
just cause, 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 Don A. "Sonny" O'Bryan at (850)
674-8075.
April 11, 18, 2007

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 07-87-CA
JUDGE: Hon. Hentz McClellan
IN-RE:
FORFEITURE 2001 NISSAN XTERRA',
VIN#: 5N1ED28Y41C502960
NOTICE OF COMPLAINT
TO: ANY AND ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE FOLLOWING PER-
SONAL PROPERTY:
2001 NISSAN XTERRA SUV,
VIN#: 5N1ED28Y41C502960
NOTICE Is given pursuant to Sections
932.703 and 932.704, Florida .Statutes
(2004) that the DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAY
SAFETY AND MOTOR VEHICLES
(Department), acting through its division,
the Florida Highway Patrol, seized the
above-described personal property on March
13, 2007, in Calhoun County. Florida, and
is holding the personal property pending the
outcome of forfeiture proceedings. All per-
sons or entities who have a legal interest in
the subject property may request a hearing
concerning the seized property by contact-
ing the undersigned. A complaint has been
filed in the Circuit Court of the FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, in and for
Calhoun County; Florida. On April 2, 2007,.
the trial court entered an order finding prob-
able cause. If no claimants appear within
20 days, the Department will be seeking a
final order of forfeiture.



Calhoun County
Real Estate
Additional
Certificate Sale for
Tax Year 2004

Notice is hereby given that on
the 26 day of April 2007, at 8:30
AM CT in the Tax Collector's
Office at 20859 Central Ave. E,
Room 127, Blountstown, FL
32424 A Certificate will be sold.

The following described land to
pay the amount of taxes herein


Dated: April 3, 2007


BILL McCOLLUM
ATrORNEY GENERAL


PHILLIP P. QUASCHNICK
Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Attorney General
The Capitol, Suite PL-01
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1050
Telephone (850) 414-3300
April 11. 18. 2007

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR CALHOUN
COUNTY. FLORIDA


IN PROBATE
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
CHRISTOPHER D. LINTON,
Deceased


OCHEESSEE RECREATIONAL PARK
IMPROVEMENTS
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 consists of park improvements
at Ocheessee Recreational Park.
Completion date for these projects will be 90
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 $200.00 per day.


FILE N007-013 Please indicate on the envelope that this is a
sealed bid, the bid number and what the bid
is for.


NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
The administration of the Estate of
CHRISTOPHER D. LINTON, deceased. File
Number P07-013, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Calhoun County, Florida, Probate
Division, 20859 Central Ave., Room 130,
Blountstown, Florida 32424. the address of
which is the Calhoun County Courthouse.
Blountstown. Florida. The name and
addresses of the personal representative and
that personal representative's attorney are
set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served within three months after
the date of the first publication of this notice
must file their claims with this Court WITH-
IN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and per-
sons having claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
MARGARET ANN LINTON
2583 State Road 71 South
Kinard, Florida 32449
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE
ESTATE OF CHRISTOPHER D. LINTON
PAULW. GROOM II
RISH. GIBSON, SCHOLZ & GROOM, P.A.
116 Sailord Cove Drive
P.O. BOX 39
PORT ST. JOE. FL 32457
850-229-8211
ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONER
FL BAR NO.0037915
April 11, 18, 2007

Legal Notice
COOPER RECREATIONAL PARK
RECREATION FIELD LIGHTING
PROJECT # 014.110
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:
COOPER RECREATIONAL PARK -
. RECREATION FIELDLIGHTING
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 consists of recreation field light-
ing at Cooper Recreational Park.
Completion date for these projects will be 90
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 $200.00 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 1:30 p.m. (C.T.),
on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 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.
May 1, 2007. at 2:00 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 judg-
ment will be In the best interest of Calhoun
County.
If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.

Legal Notice
OCHEESSEE RECREATIONAL PARK
IMPROVEMENTS
PROJECT # 014.113
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:


Calhoun County
Real Estate
Additional
Certificate Sale for
Tax Year 2005

Notice is hereby given that on
the 26 day of April 2007, at 8:30
AM CT in the Tax Collector's
Office at 20859 Central Ave. E,
Room 127, BIountstown, FL
32424 A Certificate will be sold.

The following described land to
pay the amount of taxes herein
is set opposite the same
together with all cost or
advertising and cost of sale.

Doris Bukett,
Tax Collector
Calhoun County

2005 TAX YEAR
R-309500 HX 448.69
PARKER JAMES C
& BEVERLY PARKER
P.O. BOX 721
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
04-1S-08-000-0030-0000
DB B 2-597, E 2-2-403 & 438
OR 29 731 (WILLOR 179-467)
(LESS OR 216-148, 288-299)
18.69 AC (OR 280-355)
April 4,11, 18, 2007


Bids will be received until 1:30 p.m. (C.T.),
on Tuesday, May 1, 2007. 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,
May 1., 2007, at 2:00 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 judg-
ment will be in the best interest of Calhoun
County.


David Layne. Owner


Layne Landscaping
and Lawn Care


185 6-1,1A8054I
l.304 C)r'IW CR ILI
Bristo~l FL 32321


If you have any questions, please call David
Kennedy at (850) 227-7200.

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF RESOLUTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board
of County Commissioners in and for
Calhoun County. Florida, after public hear-
ing on March 20. 2007. conducted after due
public notice, has adopted Resolution 2007-
03. abandoning, vacating, discontinuing
and closing for use as a public street, road,
or other place for travel, that 50 foot ease-
ment on an unnamed county road, more
particularly described as:
A easement 50 feet wide and 85 yards
long running from State Road 69 to the
home of Joe Bracewell, being located
partly in Section 17, Township 1 North,
Range 8 West, and partly in Section 16,
Township North 1, Range 8 West, Calhoun
County, Florida
This Resolution further provides that the
right, title and/or interest of Calhoun
County, and the public, heretofore acquired
by Calhoun County, is renounced and dis-
claimed.
WITNESS my hand and official seal, this
the 20th day of March. 2007.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
BY: Willie T. Grant, Chairman

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together with all cost or
advertising and cost of sale.

Doris Bukett,
Tax Collector
Calhoun County

2004 TAX YEAR
R-307700 HX $450.28
PARKER JAMES C (JIM)
P.O. BOX 721
BLOUNTSTOWN, FL 32424
04-1S-08-0000-0030-0000
DB B 2-57, E 2-403 & 438 OR 29
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S. Deadline Monday Noon * FAX: 674-5008 * Phone: 674-5041 * E-mail: classifieds@thecountyrecord.net ,


CARS & TRUCKS
1989 Ford Van, $1400. Call 674-
3264.
2000 VW Bug, navy in color,
leather seat with moon roof, stan-
dard shift, $6750. Call 643-2516 or
228-7334.

FOR RENT
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.
RV Trailer for rent. $85.00 -
$110.00 - $125 weekly. All utilities
included. NO PETS! Call 674-7616.
House for rent - 1 bedroom, 1 bath


, clean and nice on 1/2 acre lot, good
neighborhood. $400/mo plus
$400/dep. Call 674-5059 or 674-'
5921.
VACATION RENTAL - Panama-
City Beach. Go to
www.vrbo.com/3085 or call (850)
674-4242.
House for rent - 3 bedroom, 2 bath,
central heat and air, newly remod-
eled, nice. 3 miles north on Hwy. 69.
$650/mo, $500/dep. Call 674-5059
or 674-5921.
Home and mobile home for rent in
Altha. Call 762-9555 or 762-8597.


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Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY

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

Elementary Education Teacher
Blountstown Elementary School

*Terms of Employment: 10 Months
* Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule. and
Experience
* Applicant Qualifications: Appropriate State of Florida
Certification; Highly Qualified
*Applications are available at the office of the Superintendent of
Schools located in the Courthouse, 20859 Central Ave. E.,
Room G-20, Blountstown, Florida. Complete applications must
be returned to the Superintendent's Office by 12:00 noon,
Friday, April 27, 2007.
* A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is available
at Blountstown Elementary School or the Superintendent's
Office. Questions concerning this job may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mrs. Vicki Davis, Principal.
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE
Equal Opportunity Employer
April 18, 2007


CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
CLERK TYPIST
The City of Blountstown, has an opening for a CLERK TYPIST. This
position requires general Office skills, teller skills, along with computer
knowledge, including Microsoft Office. Organization and planning skills
are required. Maintains and posts to various records. Assists in
dispatching and writing work orders. Performs related work as required.
Ability to get along well with others both in customer and employee
relations. Must be eligible for bonding and insurance.
Closing date for applications will be April 20, 2007.
The City of Blountstown is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and is a Drug Free Workplace.

Run: 04/1/2007 - 04/18/2007


CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL
VACANCY

DIETARY MANAGER

Requirements:
* High School Diploma or equivalent, completion of an approved
'Dietary Manager's Course, prefer Certified Dietary Manager;
minimum of 3 years experience with food service, preferably in a
Supervisory.capacity.
Requirements:
- Responsible for the overall direction, supervision, instruction
and evaluation of staff within the Dietary Department. Maintains
established budget control of department. Interview patients for
diet history and food preferences. Performs initial Nutritional
Assessment of patients, as well as follow-up evaluation as
needed. Performs related duties as requested by Administrator.

SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:
CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL
20370 NE BURNS AVENUE
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424

Equal Opportunity Employment/Drug Free Workplace
APRIL11, 18, 2007


CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL
VACANCIES

3 RN POSITIONS
AVAILABLE IN EMERGENCY ROOM
Shift will be discussed during interview

REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or equivalent; current
licensure; current CPR; prefer ACLS; minimum 1 year experience in
nursing.
SUBMIT APPLICATION TO:
CALHOUN LIBERTY HOSPITAL
20370 NE BURNS AVENUE
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424

Equal Opportunity Employment/Drug Free Workplace
April 18, 25, 2007


Vict. Available in 8 oz. size. Altha
Farmers Coop 762-8749 (www.e-
stitch.com).
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.
Peterson at (850) 674-2958, 17785
Crozier St., Blountstown. E-mail:
russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
White armoire, $150; ceiling fan,
$15; square blade shovel, $10; 2
wooden children's chairs, $5 ea.
Call Brenda Hurst at 674-8381.
(Collectible) - 1937 thirtieth printing
of book, "Sue Barton Senior Nurse".
Good condition. Call and make offer,
237-2505.
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Become a licensed
Certified Nursing Assistant
in approximately five
weeks, at no cost to you,
and join our caring team.

Apply in person at
Parthenon Healthcare
of Blountstown
17884 NE Crozier St.
Blountstown, FL 32424
Ant 18.2007

Parthenon Healthcare
of Blountstown
currently has the following positions open
Nurses
$3,000 Sign OrLBonus
RN Weekend Supervisor
RN/LPN 7P-7A
Certified Nursing Assistants
$2,500 Sign On Bonus
3-11 AND Weekend Baylor
Full Time Cooks
and Dietary Aides
Full Time Floor Tech
Applicants should apply inn
person or call

Parthenon Healthcare
of Blountstown
17884 NE Crozier St.
Blountstown, FL 32424
Phone (850)674-5464/Fax 674-9384
April 18, 2007


NOW HIRING
Hampton Concrete
Finishing is accepting
applications for
FINISHERS and
FORM CARPENTERS
Apply in Person
850-762-4755
April 4.,11,18,25, 2007


DRIVERS
USA
READYMIX
Now hiring Class A&B CDL
Ready Mix drivers.
Excellent benefits and wages.
Apply in person
17501 Saw Mill Rd
Blountstown, FL
850-674-8655


Receptionist/Office

Assistant Position

Available
Applicant must possess
excellent communication,
telephone, & computer skills.
Must be able to multitask and
handle stressful situations with
ease. Apply in person at:
Parthenon Healthcare of
Blountstown
17884 NE Crozier St.,
Blountstown, FL 32424
No Calls Please
April 18, 25, 2007


camper. Fit full size trucks, $75. Call
674-3264.
$150 Queen Pillow-Top Mattress
Set. New in plastic with warranty.
850-222-7783.
SOLID WOOD Cherry sleigh bed -
BRAND NEW in box, $250. (850)
545-7112.
LEATHER SOFA & LOVESEAT.
NEW, lifetime warranty, sacrifice
$795. (can deliver). (850) 425-
8374.
SOLID WOOD DINETTE SET,
table & 4 chairs - $149. NEW IN
BOX (850) 222-9879.
BEDROOM: New complete 6
piece set still boxed, $599, can deliv-
er (850) 222-7783.
40 gal. water heater, excellent con-
dition, $50. Call 674-5769.
New child's 4-wheeler, all safety
features. $650. Call home, 762-
8837 or 573-2752.
2005 Yamaha Bruin 350 ATV, auto-
matic 2 WD, $2500 FIRM! Will soon
need a'set of tires,.and there are
some minor cracks on the body pan-
els. Located at 20615 NE. Parrish
Lake Road in Blountstown. Call 674-
1876 or 674-5625 if necessary.
Little girls skirts, size 6 & up. Call
674-3264.
Country style.china cabinet with
leaded glass doors with light, $150;
hammock with stand, $40; 19" color
TV with stand cabinet $50.00;
Kenmore sewing machine in cabinet,
$50; 5 head Hi-Fi stereo VCR, $25;
Sanyo bread machine, $25. Call
674-6520.

HELP WANTED
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW!! Werner needs entry-level
semi drivers. No exp. required. Ave.
#36k+lst yr! 60% home nightly /
weekly. CDL training in your area.
1-866-280-5309.
Now taking applications for experi-
enced cashier, dishwasher, and
sandwich maker in a high paced
restaurant. Call 674-6006.

JOB OPPORTUNITY


A Terrific Opportunityl
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+Earning Potential,
Benefits,
Pension, 401K BCBS Insurance
Call 1-800-257-5500.

PETS FOR SALE
White English Bulldog puppies with
shots and ready to go.. 2 girls, 3
boys. Males $150; Females $125.
Call 762-8795.


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REWARD OFFERED
for Return of Lost Male Yorkie
13 years old..needs meds
Missing since April 5th
Last seen on Bailey Cemetery Rd. Clarksville
FAMILY MEMBER
If you have information..
call 674-4043 or 674-3052
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SERVICES
Summer Child Care Ages 2-5.
Hours will vary according to work
schedule. References available.
Call 674-8616.

WANTED
Wanted house in Bountstown FL 32424
Can trade. vehicles as partial down
payment. 50all 674-3264.202

YARD SALE


Huge yard sale Saturday, 8:00 -
12:00, on the front lawn of BHS,
sponsored by the BHS Varsity cheer-
leaders. Tons of clothes & house
wares. You don't want to miss this

Multi family yard sale Saturday, 8
a.m. - 12 noon at 19164 NE Oak Hill
Dr., Bountstown. Dining roomtable,
baby & traodde vehiler boy clos as partial down







clothes, size toddler to 6X; house-
hold items, books and much more.
Call 674-4708.
Call 674-4708.


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10x10...$35 Per Month
10x20...$70 Per Month
10x25...$90 Per Month
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ENVELOPE SPECIAL

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500 (1 Box)...$59.75

1000 (2 Boxes)...$74.68

2500 (1 Case)...$131.94


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Fire department



grants awarded


The U.S. Department of
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2,000 equipment and train-
ing grants to first responders
across the nation as a part of
the Commercial Equipment
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ents are the Liberty County
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and the Bristol Fire
Department. They received
AMKUS gasoline-powered
rescue equipment.
This program helps to
ensure that law enforcement
and emergency responders
can acquire specialized
equipment and training to
meet their homeland security


mission. First responder
organizations in Florida will
receive roughly $1,307,431
in equipment and training.
"CEDAP is yet another
mechanism for the
Department to work with our
local homeland security part-
ners in strengthening this
Nation's ability to prevent,
protect, respond and recover
from a natural disaster or
terrorist attack," said George
Foresman, Under Secretary
for Preparedness. 'This pro-
gram enhances State and
local communities' capabili-
ties as well as arms their first
responders with the tools to
build stronger regional coor-
dination."


Carr honor roll- Juvenile Justice Academy graduates
Pierce Varnum, Kimberly Wood
First Grade - Barth: None Second Grade - Conyers: Employees in training with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice recently completed a Juvenile Justice
Second Grade - Hassig: Austin Mallory, Joshua
Kayla Alday, Seth Brown, Odom, Nick Ruscito, Allen Academy at Chipola College. Pictured from left, (front) are: Harris Baker, Alex Bellamy, John Bennett, Edmund
Mark Wilson Williams. Birnbryer, Joseph Cain, Jeremiah Compton, Walter Cowan, Ben Cramer, Betty Crawford, Jason Gallihugh,
Second Grade - Conyers: Third Grade - Hill: Bobby Shanna Gilmore, Arthur Gordon, Adrienne Granberry, John Green, Sheldon Highsmith, Stephen Hodges,
Adriana Mayo, Vaughn Barfield, Maranda Stephanie Jennings, Reginald Loving, Michael Newton, Nicholas Paige, Clinton Pankau, Willie Pittman, Kevin
Pelham. Biederman, Jessica Deans,
Third Grade - O'Bryan: Charles Loveless, Cil Richardson, Reshanda Rolston, Johnathan Smith, Carey Sorey, John Stacey, Carrie Treadway, Alvin Walker, Dillon
Christopher Garcia, Trent Whittington, Rachel Warren and Robert Wood.


Woodham
. Third Grade - Hill: Nicole
Byrne, Anna Hassig, Ayers
Hassig, Greyson McCroan,
Sarah Pitts
Fourth Grade - Pitts: J.
P. Leonard, Hannah Plazarin,
Amber Raisbeck
Fourth Grade - Plazarin:
Cierra Brown, Sarah Davis,
Jacob Woodham
Fifth Grade - White: Rena
O'Bryan, Savannah Stephens
Fifth Grade - Sewell:
Ryan Flowers, Missy
Newsome, Cassidy Odom,
Faith Plazarin, Jalissia Ruiz
Sixth Grade - James:
Jesse Hall, Kristen Jenkins,
Staci Mayo, Randa McCroan,
Courtney McFarland,
Savannah Pitts, Camilla
Taylor
Sixth Grade - Fagen:
None
7th Grade - Nichols:
None
7th Grade - Williams:
Chris Byrne, Karissa
Flowers, Patrick Pitts, Seth
Scheuermann, Krystal Yon.
8th Grade - McCroan:
Stewart Herndon, David
Leonard, Aleena McCoy,
Tyler McCoy, Kate
McFarland, Chris Wolfram
8th Grade - Leonard:
None

"A/B" Honor Roll
First Grade - Barth: John
Collins, Melissa Conyers,
Hunter Daniels, Chrissy
Hall, Stephanie Harris,
Hannah Jarrett, Taylor
McDougald, Will Miller, Levi
Schebel, Sheryl Smith,
Selena Stone, Kaitlyn Tucker.
First Grade - Morse:
Robert Bailey, Cole Baldwin,
Tiffany Burke, Will
Humphrey, Katrina Johnson,
Alana McCoy, Sydney
McDaniel, Kaylee Sangster,
Christina Yongue.
Second Grade - Hassig:
Bradley Bates, Caleb
Chason, Mabeth Fuentes,
Joseph Matheney, Laine
Nichols, Julie Smith, Cody


Williams.
Third Grade - O'Bryan:
Katie Bailey, Tessa Daniels,
Randy Girardot, Sky Pickron,
Jamie Ross, Dawn Starr.
Fourth Grade - Plazarin:
Shae Hall, Ronnie Smith,
Savannah Taylor, Chad
Walden, Jessie West.'
Fourth Grade - Pitts:
Justin Alday, Destiny
Boutwell, Emily Childress,
Nathan Dunham, Neel
Hampton, Santana Lee,
Ashley Pate, Aaront Pierce,
Emily Sewell, Jacob
Westerfield, Mathew Wood,
Taylor Young.

Fifth Grade - White: Beth
Andrews, Aelon Dykes, Jacob
O'Bryan, April Rich, Kirsten
Stalnaker, Kennedy Yon.
Fifth Grade - ,Sewell:
Khirsten White
Sixth Grade - Fagen:
Dakota Barfield, " Ryan
Hathcox, Katie Malone,
Shannon Pitts, Destiny
Powell, Kayla Prowant, Jacob
Ratliff.
Sixth Grade - James:
Ashley Alexander, Serena
Bradford, Tyler Bramblett,
Chase Curl, Brittney Brown,
Harrison Coley, John
Mallory, Bre Pybus, Yazmine
Quiala, Kelly Ruiz, Michaela
Strawn.
7th Grade - Nichols:
Matthew Hall, Brianna
Harris, Brandon O'Bryan,
Brittney Pate, Nilsa Prowant,
Chris Terry, Vicky Tipton.
7th Grade - Williams:
Jake Davis, Jeremiah
Grzegorczyk, Travis Hays,
Coty Lanphere, Danielle
Tucker.
Eighth Grade - Leonard:
Dillon Guilford, Tyler
Hamilton, Jeremy O'Bryan,
Rebecca Pitts, Patrick
Wilson.
Eighth Grade - McCroan:
Cody Baldwin, Caitlin
Crocker, Jake Hall, Amanda
Lunsford, Kala Sewell, Dillon
Shinberger, Genny Starr,
Selena Williams, Jodie Willis


Altha honor roll-


Eleventh grade:
Samantha Dehn, Joshua
McIntosh, Meagan Wiltse.
Twelfth grade: Audrey
Brown, Caitlyn Hansford,
Ashton Lee, Jamie McCalvin,
Zach Scott, Bradley Wells.

S'A/B' Honor Roll
First grade: Cheyenne
Atkinson, Kortnee Bristow,
Graham Bruner, Koleby
. Dean, Nathan Hunter,
Garrison Hutchison, Siearra
Lynn, Madison Marshall,
Aaron Mazzarese, Bryce
O'Neal.
Second grade: Dalton
Brazell, Brian Gay, Hunter
Hillard, J.D. Hunter, April
Lynn, Kenneth Markwalter,
Destiny Morgan, Kyle Potter,
Mary Shurrum, Georgia
Smith, Tristin Williams.
' Third grade: Austin Bay,
Cody Finuff, Blaire Hall,
Machaela Horton, Miranda
London, Enrico McCalvin,
Alyssa McCardle, Justin
Moore, Elizabeth Watson,
Dustin Willis, Jay Yon.
Fourth grade: Alex
Aultman, Ashlyn Barfield,
Cody Barfield, Brooke Boggs,
Hunter Chason, Jamie
Coleman, Nicholas Ellis,
James Harris, Claire Price,
Christopher Sale, Mary
Sewell, Breanna Walker,
Hannah Warner.
Fifth grade: Hunter
Baggett, Nichole


Cabrera,Deana Griswold,
Mackenzie May, Michael
Mullaney, Jessica Wilks,
Brianna Yon.
Sixth grade: Ariel Folsom,
Justin Goodman, Danielle
Harris, Madelynn Lytle,
Tiffany Stephens, Christina
Watson.
Seventh grade: Wesley
Chevillot, Marissa Coleman,
Autumn Cook, Alicia Griffin,
Linsi Wilkerson, Kimberly
Wiltse.
Eighth grade: Loren
Davis, Angel Dehn, Olivia
Edenfield, Elizabeth Gratz,
Dakota Lynn, Brittany Lytle,
David Oswalt, Robyn
Patterson, Ellen Powell,
Sharlyn Smith, Zach Todd.
Ninth grade: Kevin Alday,
Emily Brooks, Brett Floyd,
Kayla Hires, Lyna Hutchison,
Jeremy Pate, Taqmmy
Shivers, Rebekah Wiltse.
Tenth grade: Kayla Eddie,
D.J. Griswold, Cassidy Hitt,
Corey Johnson, Brandie
Powell, Heather Reagan,
Shayla Reagan, Cody Sewell,
Hannah Waldorff.
Eleventh grade: Daniel
Alley, Heather Musgrove,
Taylor Shelton, Zach Tatum,
Joshua Warner.
Twelfth grade: John
Alday, Sean Alday, Kristina
Bailey, Lisa Baldwin, Jessica
Chason, Jason Holland, Kara
Jackson, Anna Le, Brigette
Utley.


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