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Don't miss Goat Day
2008 as the Blountstown
Rotary Club presents the
22nd annual festival on
Saturday, Oct. 18th, at Sam
Atkins Park in Blountstown.
Cost is $5 per person
with children under 1
admitted free. Gates open,
at 9 a.m. and vendors will
be present until 3 p.m.
Please note that ALL
TIES WILL BE FREE OF
CHARGE. This includes
pony rides, train rides,
inflatable jumping activities,
coin toss, greased pig race,
moon walk, and more!
This year's "event will
feature our favorite vendors
from years past and also
new first-time vendors spe-
cializing in handmade goods
and crafts. 'Artists and
craftsmen from across the
Panhandle and craft circuits
will have many unique
See GOAT DAY page 2
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2008 N 102nd Year, No. 7 0 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)
Auto enthusiasts of all ages were checking under the hoods of
some hot wheels at the Calhoun County Sheriff's Office 6th Annual
Car Show held Saturday at Xtreme Motor Sports. The event featured
a variety of activities for the kids, as well as drawings and plenty of
trophies for winning entries. Proceeds from the event will benefit the
Christmas for the Children program that provides toys and gifts to
local children who might not otherwise receive anything for
Christmas. For more highlights from the car show, turn to page 3.
local girls compete at 'Peanut'
BY KELLI PEACOCK
Calhouri County and the
Town of Altha are being well
represented by four young
ladies competing in the
National Peanut Festival
Pageant in Dothan.
Little Miss Altha Makayla
Braxton, along with Little
Miss Calhoun County Katrina
Miles, took to the stage over
the weekend at the Dothan
both. did an
in the top 10 JENNIFER DEVuYsT
also was in the top 5 in both
interview and on stage com-
petition. She is the daughter
of Angela Braxton of Altha
and Cody Braxton .of
What's cooking' at BHS?
Students in the new culinary program at Blouritstown High School have been cdoking some delectable
dishes recently. For more on this exciting new program, turn to page 8.
If. ': -
Miles, 7, is
of Chris and
of Kinard. A
KATRINA MILES Katrina' had a
senting Calhoun County and
extends her appreciation to all
the generous supporters and
sponsors who helped her go to
Little Miss Peanut.
Competing this weekend
are Miss Calhoun' County.
Jennifer DeVuyst and Miss
Altha Kayla Yon.
Jennifer is the 21-year-old
daughter of Joseph and
Maryanne DeVuyst of Altha.
A 2006 graduate of Faith
Christian Academy, she
recently completed cosmetol-
ogy school at Chipola. She
plans to begin massage thera-
pist training at Haney Vo-
Tech after the Peanut
The daughter of Joel and
Angle Yon of Kinard, Kayla is
a 17-year-old senior at Altha
High School. She plans to
attend Chipola Cbllege in the
fall and begin pursuing a
Well wishes to the Miss
Peanut contestants can be
sent to Dothan Hotel & Golf
Club, US 231 South, Dothan,
AL 36301. Kayla is contest-
ant #1 and Jennifer is #31.
Please include their number
and title with any deliveries.
BY KELLI PEACOCK
The Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office was on the
prowl for a suspected burglar
When The County Record
went to press at noon, tracking
teams were searching for a sus-
pect who allegedly entered a
home on White Pond Circle in
According to the Sheriff's
Office, a woman in the home
called 911 around 5 a.m. and
said she awoke to find a win-
dow in her home open and bro-
ken, along with an open door.
She locked herself in her
kitchen and called authorities.
Should there be a significant
update in the case, The County
Record will report it on out
website at www.thecoun-
BY KELLI PEACOCK
After a long campaign sea-
.son, the general election is
finally here with the polls open-
ing in just a few days.
Early voting begins Monday,
Oct. 20, and runs. through
Saturday, Nov. 1. Polls will be
open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Monday through Saturday
(closed on Sundays) at the
Elections Office in the base-
ment of the courthouse. If you
don't make it during early vot-
ing, the official election day is
set for Tuesday, Nov. 4, with
polls open throughout the coun-
ty as always from 7 a.m. to 7
Voters are reminded to bring
identification with photo and
If you have any questions,
contact the Supervisor of
Elections Office at 674-8568.
Look inside this issue
for all the details
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BY KRISTY SPEERS co.org by Friday, Oct. 17th at
Executive Director noon to reserve your seat.
Fire safety lesson
The little ones at
00 -Gateway Baptist Daycare
Center celebrated Fire
Prevention Week with a
visit from Blountstown Fire
..Chief Ben Hall last
*, .Monday. Chief Hall and
firefighter Josh Sulewski
allowed the youngsters to,
*tour the new BFD fire truck.
The lesson continued
Thursday when Smokey
the Bear stopped by for a,
visit with the kids.
Above, Chief Hall and
fireman Sulewski pose
with the children. At left,
little Kaylea Sheetz
inspects the new truck.
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Herding Cats, Corralling
Mustangs, and Prodding
Elephants Secrets for getting
your community aimed,
focused, and moving in the
Please attend the October
membership meeting as we
welcome Art Kimbrough,
President & CEO of the
Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce.. Art will share his
experiences in Jackson County
as he talks about the impor-
tance of community motivation,
encouragement, and action.
The meeting is Tuesday, Oct.
21st from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at
the CATS' CUISINE at Altha
Public School. The Institute of
.Culinary Cuisine will prepare
and serve chicken with mush-
room gravy, garlic mashed pota-
toes, Italian green beans, and
lemon filled buttercream cake
for $7 per person.
If you would like to attend,
you must RSVP so that we can
get an accurate lunch count.
Please call or email Kristy at
674-4519 or kristy@calhoun-
wares to share. In addition,
there will be plenty of food ven-
dors and live music throughout
Please remember to visit the
Panhandle Pioneer Settlement
Museum on Goat Day for the
annual Pioneer Day Festival.
There will be ice cream, snow.
cones, demonstrators, and live
For more information, visit
atday.htm. Or, contact Phillip
Hill at 850-447-1975 or
Email is the preferred method
Goat Day corporate spon-
sors include Preble-Rish, Pro-
Team Realty,. and Georgia-
The Chamber of
Commerce's Christmas orna-
ments have arrived and they
look great! These ceramic
keepsake ornaments show an
artist's rendition of the Historic
Calhoun County Courthouse
and are the first in a series of
limited edition ornaments. The
ornaments will be available for
sale at Goat Day, or just stop by
the Chamber office. They are
See CHAMBER, page 3
There is si etgmissig from ouT t
someof youhave told me,Wsissing t
ofeCalhoun County.Ifyou're stranded on te e of he lat home
Syea rs as a successful admnistrator I have the leadershplcessa Shlrir s
eiiplees do the same. There will be acc b my.
. OW E ier by phone or in person, you will always be treated wiith respect and t itize
sThisis a new day, a new era and it's dme for a new Sri te M ael Carpet, November the 4th.
Together ~ wil make a difference. Let your voice be heard wha vt fr aew choice in Michael Carpenter
as Sheriff, of Calhovn Conty. Contact me anytime, 6745719 r u.mlmi 200@Xyahoo.com
Please join me for a Town uR Meeting at the Abati Cinter on Thursday, Sept 25 from 6 to 8 p.m.
CST., bring your questions, I have answers.
ONNO V 4TH VOTE MICHAEL "MIKE" CARPENTER,
SCALHOUN COUNTY'S NEW CHQICQE R SHIFF
Revival Oct. 19-22
at Travelers Rest FWB
Fall Revival services will be
held at Travelers Rest Free Will
Baptist Church in Clarksville
on October 19-22. Rev. Greg
Bevan, of Bratt, FL, will be the
Services will begin on
Sunday morning at 11:00, and
the Sunday evening service will
be at 6:00. The meeting will
begin at 7:00 p.m. Monday
through Wednesday. For more
information, please call 674-
Abe Springs PHC to
honor pastor and wife
Pastor Appreciation will be
held for Bro. and Sis. Michael
Morris, on Sunday, October
19, at 11:00 a.m. CT, at Abe
Springs Pentecostal Holiness
Church with Evangelist Chad'
Griggs as special guest. Lunch
will be served afterwards.
Come celebrate with us. The
church is located on County
Road 275 South in
Blountstown. For more infor-
mation, please call 762-2146.
Fall Festival Oct. 18
at Bethel Assembly
Come and join Bethel
Assembly of God Church .for
their Fall Festival on Saturday.
October 18th from 3:00 p.m.
until. Their will be fun, food,
games' and a hayride' for all
ages. Please call 850-442-4272
.for more information.
Free computer classes
offered at local library
Free computer classes are
planned this month at the
Calhoun County Public
, .Classes-are limited to five
students. Please come to the
Adiult Computer Lab' to enroll
ahead of time. A current
Calhoun County Library card is
needed to participate. Classes
start: promptly at 10:30 a.m.
and run for 60 minutes. The
schedule is as follows:
Tuesday, Oct. 21, Mouse
Wednesday, Oct. 22,
Internet for beginners
Tuesday, Oct. 28, Internet
Wednesday, Oct. 29, E-Mail
One on one classes are also
available, by appointment. Do, '
you need to learn Word, Excel,
PowerPoint, or Publisher for
your job or just for fun? Call
Jane Breeze at 674-8773, ext.
35 for more information or
come to the library to enroll.
The Blountstown library is
located on North Fear
Street/Hwy. 69 next to the WT.
Neal Civic Center.
Chamber News cont'd
A "Pioneer Christmas"*
The theme for this year's
Christmas parade has been
finalized as "A Pioneer
Christmas." In addition, this
year the parade will go through
Altha at 1 p.m. as usual, but
will get an earlier start in
Blountstown. We will start the
Blountstown parade at 5 p.m.
and then invite everyone to the
Panhandte Pioneer Settlement
for their Christmas celebration.
To get more information on
the parade or sign u'p-to partic- .
ipate, please e-mail Kristy at'
We have new members!
We had two new members
join the Chamber. in
September. North Florida'
Child Development, Inc. in
Wewahitchka joined with
Sharon Gaskin as the contact.
Ms. Beverly Veress also joined
as an individual member. We
welcome' them both and appre-
ciate their membership!
THE TIGER FOOTBALL TEAM IS
RALLYING BEHIND TEAMMATE
DEMARCO JOHNSON as he
battles lymphoma. The team
hosted a catfish cookout Friday
and raised over $2000 to help
Demarco's family with expens-
es. Demarco recently completed
a second round of treatments
with 14 over a a three week
period in Gainesville. "I want to
thank the team and the com-
munity for supporting me," he
tells The County Record. Special
thanks to Ramsey Piggly
Wiggly, Sheriff David Tatum,
Michael Bryant, and Roman
Wood of the Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office, Tim Smith,
,Preble-Rish, and the community
for all their help and support.
In Loving Memory of
May 19, 1992 Oct. 7, 2006
A Gift of Life
When asked to write this poem
It wasn't hard to do.
For you, sweet granddaughter,
God gave me you."
He knew I would need sunshine
So He gave me your beautiful smile.
He knew I would need direction
So He gave me you
for my own correction.
For knowing I had you to guide
I would stay 'on my toes
and hold my stride.
Having you has changed my life.
And given me meaning
To anything else in this world
That I could ever want to share
For you my precious little girl
Have brought me back to the
Place in life where I've always.
Known I should be,
Back into the hands and Grace of
God where I'll be for eternily.
by Granny, written in 2001
Sweetheart, this poem still holds
as true today as.it did the day I wrote
i??i'Vofre the reason I k'noL God and
the-reason I'in still setving'Him todWy.
There's not a day that goes by-that you
are not thought of and missed. We
love you, Doab) girl.""
Mama, Granny, Uncle Rabbit,
Aunt Manda, Duce & a host of others
ht 0unt0 ,00 ord
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SSay thanks to your boss with a
great gift on October 16th.
Oct. 7: Robert Curtis Pelton, trespass, larceny with relation to utili-
Oct. 8: Randy Dale Kent, burglary of a dwelling, grand theft person
over 65; Jamie 1ewayne Dawson, sentenced from court
Oct. 11: David Ray Smith, failure to appear
Oct. 12: Anthony Joseph Terry, VOP/Wakulla Co.; Joseph Samuel
Mosley, possession less than 20 grams marijuana
Oct. 13: Jeremy D. Harmon, DWLSR; Scott Gregorczyk, refusal to,
Oct. 3: Sheffield Smith, holding for court
Oct. 4: Jon Michael LeBeau, failure to appear
Oct. 6: Jennifer McMillian, possession less than 20 grams mari-
juana, drug paraphernalia
Oct. 7: Shirley Dawson, failure to appear; Michael D. Ammons,
serving 10 days; Servando Ortuno, no drivers license; Jeffery
Robinson, disorderly conduct, simple battery
Oct. 10: Holly Laufenberg, serving 30 days; Charles Michael, serv-
ing 150 days
Oct. 11: Joshua Lee, reckless driving; John Moore, possession
LSD, less than 20 grams marijuana
The above IndMviduals were booked Into the Calhoun or ULiberty
County Jail over the past week. Although they have been
charged with a crime, they are considered Innocent until proven
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Saturday, Oct. 25
e weotherwas perfect Saturday
the -annual Calhoun County Sheriff's -
Office Car Show. Proceeds Will benefit the
Christmas for the Children program. '
The Kinard Volunteer Fire
Department invites you to
bring the family to its annual
Halloween 'Carnival Fund
Raiser Saturday, October 25th,
starting at 5:00 p.m. CDT.
Some of the activities at the
carnival include a kids' costume
class (starts at 6:00 p.m.),
numerous door prizes, pony
rides, cake walk, dunking
booth, cake auction, haunted
house, car bash, and various
booths with prizes at most.
Prices are extremely reason-
A benefit cookout for Mike
Bailey whose home was
destroyed by fire recently will
be held on October 24th at the
corner ofHwy 20 & -71, from
11:00 a.m. until.
The menu will consist of
chicken, baked beans, potato
The price is $.6.00 per plate.
Cooks will be Blountstown
Police Chief Glenn Kimbrel
and Major Rodney Smith: For
more information call, 762-
able--booths cost either a quar-
ter or fifty cents. Tickets will be
available onsite for the $500
raffle. Food and drinks are also
For more information, con-
tact Doyle Daniels at 639-
rep will visit
here Oct. 23
A member of Congressman
Allen Boyd's (D-North Florida)
staff will be visiting
Blountstown on the fourth
Thursday of every month so
that the people of Calhoun
County have the opportunity to
discuss issues of concern.
The next 'visit is set for
Thursday, October 23, from
9:30 to 11 a.m. at the Calhoun
County Courthouse in
Congressman Boyd's staff is
trained to assist constituents
with a variety of issues relating
to various federal agencies. It is
important to Congressman
Boyd that -his staff is available
for those who are not able to
travel to either his Panama City
or Tallahassee office.
Happy "5th" Birthday, Jordanl!
Jordan Granger, son of Greg
and Jodi Granger, will celebrate
his fifth birthday on October 19th
with an Incredible Hulk party.
His grandparents are Sidney and
Marie Granger 'and Jack and
Janis Weiler, all of Blountstown.
Jordan enjoys playing with super
heroes and watching the
Gavin Ryan Dalton
Eddie and Kayla Dalton of
Altha are proud to announce the
.birth of their son, Gavin Ryan
Dalton. Gavin was born on July
9, 2008. He weighed 5
pounds, 7 ounces and meas-
ured 10-3/4 inches long.
Maternal grandparents are
Ricky and Karen Hansford of
Altha. Maternal great-grandpar-
ents are L.V. Hansford and the
late Harold Hansford of Altha
and the late Bill and Bernice
Barfield of Altha. Paternal
grandparents are Eddie and
Patricia Dalton of Blountstown.
Paternal great-grandmother is
the late Alice Tew of
Gavin was welcomed home
by his excited sisters, Mallory
and Emma Dalton.
We love you, Little Man!
Sah'quacey & Sahcarall
Missy Musgrove and Carlos
Huffman would like to announce
their daughters' birthdays..
Sah'quacey Mazhay Huffman
celebrated her fifth birthday on
July 10th with a pool party at
home with a host of family and
Sahcara Monya' Huffman will
celebrate her first birthday on
They are the grandchildren of
the proud grandparents Cynthia
and Lewis Andrew,. Althamease
and Roy Blue, Eddie and Cynthia
Burkes, all of Blountstown and
the late Ted Huffman.
Carrie Jo Zlesemer &
Forrest Abner Yoder
Grandparents David and,
Sharon Yoder are happy to
announce the birth of-two more
Forrest Abner Yoder was born
to Joshua and Angela Yoder on
Sunday, March 30, 2008. Carrie
Jo Ziesemer was born to David
and Shannon Ziesemer on
Wednesday, April 16, 2008.
Great grandparents are
Harvey and Ella, Mae Detweiler of
Emanuel & Coreyl
I would like to thank my par-
ents and grandparents for mak-
ing this day possible. Here's a
Happy Birthday to Abdullah
(Pops), Miill, Chloe (Ashanti),
the late Mike Snowden, and
Screamer (Miami), also, to all
the rest that follow for October
and the rest of the year. I can't
forget my little brother
(Emanuel), November 29! Now
for the others that I didn't men-
tion or almost forgot about....I
just don't remember or couldn't
recall the address, so here's
Bay City Work Camp,
Apalachicola, FL 32320! To the
rest of my family and especially
my mother...I love you, miss
you, and I'll be home soon. So
as Rick Ross would say, "Here I
Am' and Happy Birthday to Me!
D.J. Baby Boy
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Haunted house opens
on Saturday downtown
FCCD Chapter 36, along
with the Blountstown Police
Department, will be having the
Haunted House again this year.,
Our location has changed again;
this year we will be located in
the brick building beside
Helping Hands Thrift Store,
across from Snowden's
Surveying, on Pear Street.
Opening night is at dark on
Oct. 18 (possibly sooner...spe-
cific dates to be announced in
next week's edition). Those vis-
iting the haunted house should
be aware...the building where
the event will be held has a dis-
turbing history. The details fol-
low. Consider yourself warned.
THE STORY BEHIND THE
Jonas and Ava Moody were
a pleasant young couple start-
ing their lives in a small river
town. They opened a ware-
house together. Local shop-
keepers paid to store their
goods in the warehouse, until
they were either sold or
After several years of mar-
riage, Ava found that she ,and
her husband were unable to
have children. A grief stricken
Ava mourned to have a child of
her own., Jonas watched help-
lessly as his wife grew more and
more depressed until one day,
he decided he must find a way
to ease her pain.
They chose to adopt a small
child. But after only a few short
months, what was supposed to
be the answer to the end of
their. suffering, turned tragic
when the child accidentally shot
itself with Jonas' gun, in the
Ava became mad, and with-
out Jonas' knowledge, began to
abduct young children and hold
them captive, hiding them in
the warehouse. When Jonas
discovered what his insane wife
was doing, he was appalled. He
knew; however, what the towns-
people would do to .her if they
found out. So, as he still loved
his wife dearly, he decided to committing these atrocious acts,
aide her in her plan and keep Jonas also became maddened. '*
her dark secret.
After a number of years, of See HAUNTED HOUSE, page 11 k
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The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 6
BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER
HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN "
Huntin' season's crankin'
up; open dates announced
BY TONY YOUNG
Florida Fish & Wildlife
Football season's in full
swing, and the 2008-09 hunting
season's starting to crank up.
Archery season's been going on
in most of the state, and in this
issue, I want to talk about three
other seasons about to start:
crossbow, muzzleloading gun
and the first phase of dove.
Crossbow season occurs
between archery and muzzle-
loading gun seasons in the
South and Central hunting
zones, lasting five days. The
first dates were Oct. 6-10 and
the next are Oct. 20-24. In the
Northwest zone, it comes in
later, on the Monday after
Thanksgiving (Dec. 1), and
lasts one week through.Dec. 7.
This season's for any hunter
who'd like to use a crossbow or
continue using a bow on private
lands. This is not just for dis-
abled hunters. Crossbow sea-
son doesn't apply to wildlife
management areas (WMAs),
The most common game to
take during crossbow season
will be deer and wild hog. Only
bucks may be taken, and one
antler must be at least five inch-
es long above the hairline. The
daily bag limit on antlered deer
is two. Wild hogs considered
livestock on private lands -
may, with landowner permis-
sion, be hunted year-round with
no bag or size limits.
It's also legal to shoot gob-
blers and bearded turkeys dur-
ing crossbow season. Only one
may be taken per day, and
there's a two-bird fall-season
limit. But you can't hunt
turkeys in Holmes County dur-
ing the fall and winter.
Crossbows and bows must
have a minimum draw weight of
35 pounds, and hand-held
releases on bows are permitted.
For hinting deer, hog and
turkey, broadheads must have
at least two sharpened edges
with a minimum width of 7/8
Legal shooting hours are a
half-hour before sunrise to a
half-hour after sunset. Except
for turkeys, hunters may take
resident game over feed such as
corn on private lands.
Some things you can't do-
during crossbow season include
hunting deer, hog or turkey with
dogs, using explosive or drug-
injecting arrows, and possessing
Immediately' following the
close of crossbow season in the
South and Central hunting
zones is the beginning of muz-
zleloading gun season. Season
dates run Oct. 11-19 and Oct.'
25 Nov. 2, respectively.
Muzzleloading season comes in
later in the Northwest zone and'
runs Nov. 21-23.
During muzzleloading gun
season, bows and crossbows are
legal methods of taking game on
private lands, along with muz-
zleloaders. On WMAs, only
muzzleloaders may be used.
Legal shooting hours are the
same for muzzleloading gun
season as crossbow season.
And, legal game, including bag
limits and prohibited methods
for taking game, also are -the
same as crossbow season. Bag
limits and antler/size restric-
tions for game on WMAs can
differ, so check the specifics of
the area before you hunt.
For hunting deer, muzzle-
loaders firing single bullets must
be at least .40-caliber. Guns fir-
ing two or more balls must be
' 20-gauge or larger. You may
not use muzzleloaders with self-
contained cartridge ammuni-
tion capabilities or possess mod-
ern firearms during muzzleload-
ing gun season.
The first phase of the
mourning and white-winged
dove season began Oct. 4 and
ends Oct. 27 statewide.
Shooting hours during this first
phase are noon to sunset, and
there's a new, 15-bird daily bag
limit this year.
The only firearm you're
allowed to hunt doves with is a
shotgun, but you can't use one
larger than a 10-gauge.
Shotguns must be plugged to a.
three-shell capacity (magazine
and chamber combined).
You may hunt doves over an
agricultural field, as long as the
crop's been planted as part of
regular agricultural practices.
However, it's against the law to
See HUNTING, page 7
The Tigers had an open
week this past Friday. A chance
to do some healing physically
and mentally after a tough five
game stretch to open the sea-
During the week the Tigers
worked on fundamentals among
other things to finish the season
on a positive note. We are wip-
ing the slate clean as we pre-'
pare for Northview Bratt this
week. We have a five game
schedule ahead of us with two
district games to determine the
runner up spot in the district.
On the open Friday, the coach-
es scattered out to do some
scouting. Myself. and Coach
Johnson went to Bonifay to
*watch Chipley and Bonifay
square off in an old rivalry.
Bonifay won the game with 45
seconds left for their first win of
The other coaches went to
Tallahassee to watch Bozeman
at Fl. High. Bozeman fought
.hard, but was overmatched as
are most opponents that are
public schools. That is another
conversation all together.
Maybe one day our legislators
will get their heads out of the
sand and give our rural public
schools a chance to compete on
a level playing field.
While I'm on the subject, the
re-classification for the. next two
years is coming up this
November. Right now the cutoff
numbers for class 2B are 411-
616 students in grades 9-12.
We are sitting very close to that
bottom number right now. We
will not know the outcome until
the state wide FTE assessment
is complete. We have until Oct.
31 to submit our numbers to
the FHSAA. Then they will
take all the football playing
schools and divide by six, then
split class 1A and 2A in half to
make class 1B and 2B. We
hope our numbers allow us to
go back to class 1A for the next
The JV season was complet-
ed last week with an impressive
5-1 record. We will now be able
to move up some of those play-
ers to add needed depth to our
Varsity. The Tigers will host
Northview this week at 7:00 @
Bowles Field. Come* out and
support the Tigers! See ya
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The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 7
Liberty County youth
football is underway
Lady Wildcats to host
Wewa on Senior Night
ALTHA, OCTOBER 6-
How long does it take,,6 tame a
Not long for the Altha JV
Lady Wildcats (12-3) as they
took care of the Graceville JV
Lady Tigers in short fashion last
Monday, 25-8 and 25-6.
In Game 1 Angela Waldron
opened up a 12-4 lead for Altha
with 4 straight service, points
and Kimberly Wiltse extended
that lead to 20-5 with. 7 straight
Nikki Schamens gave ;Altha
a 17-4 lead in Game'2 with' 11
straight service points. '
Schamens was the leading
scorer for the JV Lady Wildcats
with 12 service points and 6
aces. Aerial Folsom and
Kimberly Wiltse each posted 8
service points. Folsom had 4
aces and Wiltse stroked an ace.
Angela Waldron came away
with 7 service points and '2
aces. Sharlyn Smith chalked
up 3 service points and
Mariassa Coleman was credit-
ed with 2 service points along
with an ace.
The varsity Lady Wildcats
(4-10) followed the lead of their-
counterparts by downing -the
varsity Lady Tigers in 3 straight
games-25-3, 25-10 and 25-12.
Altha needed only 3
servers-Loni Johnson, Emily
Brooks, and Rebekah .Wiltse-
to take care of Graceville in
Emily Brooks gave the Lady
Wildcats a 14-5 lead in Game 2
with 11 straight service points.
Cortney Harris broke open a
close Game 3 with 4 straight
service points to give Altha a
Leading the Lady Wildcats
at the service line was Emily
Brooks with a season-high 20
service points along with 6
assists and 3 aces. Both Loni
Johnson and Rebekah Wiltse
rang up 12 service points and 4
aces. Cessna Folsom served up
5 points along with 2 aces.
Cortney Harris and Hannah
Waldorff each posted 4 points in
the win. Harris had .3 kills as
did Christy Simmons.
ALTHA, OCTOBER 7-
The Altha JV Lady Wildcats
completed their sweep of the
Blountstown JV Lady Tigers
this season in 2 straight games,
The Liberty County
Recreation Departments youth
football teams began play
Saturday October 4 with a
Jamboree in Sneads.
The Pee Wee team (ages 11-
12) defeated Sneads 12-0, the
Tiny Mites .defeated Sneads
12-0 and the Tiny Mites lost to
Two of the three teams
opened their regular season in
October 7. The Tiny Mites
came back to defeat
Chattahoochee 36-24 in a wild
scoring affair. Jarkevis Bess
zipped for 3 touchdowns in the
win and Anson Johnson added
another touchdown. Johnson
also ran in a pair of 2-point con-
versions and Blake Tharpe and
Chris Williams plunged in 2-
point conversions each.
Dillon Polver led the defense
with 3 sacks. I
In the Pee Wee game at
Chattahoochee Liberty County
came out on top 46-6.
The Pee Wee team had a
crushing ground game with
Hunter Jacobs rushing for over
200 yards, Will Hosford gaining
125 rushing yards, Hayden
Swier 85 yards, and Deondra
Fitzgerald 38 yards. Hosford
scored 18 points in the contest
as he had 2 touchdowns and 3,
2-point conversions. Jacobs had
a pair of scoring runs and
Hosford scored 18 points on 2
touchdowns and 3, 2-point con-
versions. Fitzgerald and Swier
had touchdowns and Swier and
Chris Brown popped in a 2-
point conversion each.
Liberty County also was
dominant on defense allowing
only 2 first downs. Chris Lynn
and Jacobs had pass intercep-
tions, Chuck Morris had 2
sacks, a safety, and a- forced
fumble, and Noah Davis .had a
sack and a fumble recovery.
Ricky Ramer also picked up a
The Teeny IVIites.also won
Saturday as'. thliy defeated
Franklin County 12-Q. Bess
had another big game with 2
touchdown runs of. over 50
yards. On defense Chris
Williams had 6 tackles. Dillon
Polver. Blake Tharpe, and
Lane McCormick each had
sacks for the Tiny Mite bunch.
Liberty County hosted
Sneads Tuesday night and will
play at Wewahitchka Saturday.
Only the Tiny Mite and the Pee
Wee teams *ill play Saturday.
Next Tuesday night Liberty:
SCounty will. host Blountstown
witt th4'TFeeny Mvite game set,
for 6:30 pm.": Tiny Mite and
, Pee Wee 'gaines wif'ffiow.
On Saturday two Liberty H unti
County teams traveled -to -u-
Franklin County for games. s
The Tiny Mites. won: 18-6 aT o
J.J. House dashed for '3 touch-. b:
downs. All of House's scbrikg :'
runs were for over 5D0 yards. -
William Hayes also rushed for r
over 100 yards in the game.. On s
defense Jarrod Beckwith had 5 c
tackles and Tommy Hatcher- 'W
had 2 quarterback sacks., for
Proceeds fro* LaC
matches Monday e .
... .* .. ._. ,, ,.
The Altha Lady Wildcats volleyball teams.iille.cebtate
Breast Cancer Awareness Week in next Monday '. imatcbe..
against the Wewa Gators. All gate proceeds of.th6-jtinor..vatui-.
ty match at 5 pm (CST) and the varsity match at 6 pmi-=dCST)-
will go toward breast cancer research. The Lady.Wildcatswill.;
be wearing pick game shirts in honor of Breast. Canper
Awareness Week. If you would like to purchase a game day T-
shirt you may do so by contacting AJtha's..athletic director,
Arthur Faurot, at 762-3121. -
Please come to the game this Monday.. October 20 and.join
with the Lady Wildcats in this worthy causa-.- ..
20-10 and 25-16.
The JV Lady Wildcats (13-;'
3) jumped out to a 6-1 lead in
Game 1 thanks to Aerial
Folsom's 5 straight service
points. Angela Waldron made
it a 15-5 game with. her 4
straight service points. Sharlyn
Smith's 5 straight service points
left no doubt as to whom the
winner would be as she gave
Altha a 22-7 lead.
Game 2 -was close until
Kimberly Wiltse gave the Lady
Wildcats a 12-7 lead with 3
straight service points. Aerial
Folsom made it a 17-11 game
with her 2 service points.
Blountstown's inability to get
their serves in play allowed
Angela Waldron to give Altha a
21-13 lead with 2 of her serves.
Waldron led the JV Lady
Wildcats in the scoring depart-
ment with 8 service points and
2 aces. Aerial Folsom and
Nikki Schamens each posted 7
service points and 3 aces
Sharlyn Smith was good for 5
service points, Kimberly Wiltse
had 3 service points and Amy
Tharp chipped in a service
The -varsityi Lady Wildcats
made it a close match against'
the varsity Lady Tigers but
they fell in 4 games-21-25,
25-22, 20-25 and 16-25.
Blountstown began Game 1
with a 4-point lead. Altha (4-
11; 1-5, 2-2A) would cut that
lead to 2 and later would tie it.
at 19 but they couldn't close the
In Game 2 the Lady Tigers
had a 2-point advantage until
Cortney Harris gave Altha the
lead, 10-8, with her 5 straight
service points. Loni Johnson
stretched that lead to 20-15
with her 7 straight service
points and Altha had tied the
match at one game apiece.
The Lady Wildcats hung
close in Game 3 until
Blountstown pulled away with
a 17-10 lead.
Altha's inability to get their
serves in play in Game 4
allowed Blountstown to win the
match and the regular season
Loni Johnson led the
Wildcats with 15 service points
See LADY WILDCATS, page 11
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ifles, pistols .-or -crossbows;
hooting from-a mrat ing ireli-
,le.i oQ herding or drivingg doves
with a vehicle.
In aadttion to- a .-Fltorida
hunting license, you'll need a
$5 crossbow, -permit to hunt
lunng crossbow season. A $5 "
nuzzleloading gun permit is
needed to hunt during muzzle-
loadee season,- and you'll need
i no-cost nmiatory-bird permit
f you're goingto4thnt dcaves. If
Vou hunt on a WMA, you must'
ave a management area per-
nir that costs $26.50.
All are available.iat county
ax collectors'' offices or. license
agents or by calling toll-free 1- ,
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The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 8
Carr Students of the Month
Principal Darryl Taylor, Jr. is pleased to announce the Corr School Students of the Month. They
include (front row, from left) Danielle McDaniel (KA), Casey Baldwin (KB), Karah McDougald
(1 A), Taylor Pate () B), Abby Neal (2A), Courtney Cole (2B), Taylor Terry (3A), Samantha Story
(3B), Seth Brown (4A), Taylor Walden (4B), (back row) Sarah Pitts (5A), Candace Higgins
(5B), Kristen Brown (6A), Jake Woodham (6B), Jerry Brown (7A), Ryan Flowers (7B), Kristen
Jenkins (8A), and Courtney McFarland (8B).
Culinary class becoming
legendary on BHS campus
by Joey Flynn
Seniors- Senior trip pay-
ments were due on October 14
and Herff Jones payments are
due on October 24. If you have
any questions, please see Mrs.
Curl immediately. Also,, our
senior class would like to wel-
come Demarco Johnson ,back.
We wish him well!
Sophomores- All. 10th
graders will take the PLAN on
Oct. 22. The test is mandatory
and is paid by DOE. This is a
PrefACT. It 'measures -reading.
math, science reasoning, and
English. It will predict what a
student will score on the actual
college entrance ACT.
by Junicia Baker
Last week was very compet-
itive for the BHS Lady Tigers.
'Monday the Lady Tigers took
on the Bristol Bulldogs. The JV
girls played hard but Bristol
took it home. The Varsity girls
came out strong and continued
through for the win. Tuesday
the Lady Tigers played the
Altha Wildcats and the JV once
again played hard but Altha,
won the game.
For the varsity, on the other
hand, they gave the game their
all and brought the house down
with an outstanding win.
Thursday, which was the'Lady's
last game of the week, they
played the Marianna Bulldogs.
The JV girls stepped up a
notch, played a hard game, and
brought home the win. The
Varsity girls played hard
throughout the entire game but
at the end of the night
Marianna won. The Lady
Tigers have two more games in
the season so come out and sup-
port your Lady Tigers.
by Cory Baldwin
On October 2, a chosen few
of the BHS chorus group trav-
eled to Stetson University for
Honor Choir, along with chorus
director Janet Edewaard. The
annual celebration was held in
Deland, Florida.' The celebra-
tion consists of many high
schools around klorida coming
together to sing. They sang a
great number of songs; Clint
Coley says, "the German piece
was the hardest to sing." He
also comments that, "Once you
got past the hours of singing in a
little room, with a hundred
other people, it was pretty fun."
by Virginia Baker
' The Culinary class, taught
by Mrs. Nancy Mears, is ven-
turing out and sharing their cre-
ations made within their tradi-
tional but welcoming kitchen.
On Friday they make scrump-
tious smoothies and sell them to
the student body and staff.
They are legendary on campus
for their exotic island flavors!
Also, the culinary class has
been cooking and serving lunch
once a month for the teachers
and staff. These meals are not
only delicious but also pleasing
to the palate and the eye.
This is a pro-start class pro-
vided by the FLRA (Florida
Lodging and Restaurant
Association). The FLRA, proT-
vides the curriculum and oppor-
tunities to compete and learn
about the industry, and they
offer .the teacher training at
Johnson and Wales in Miami
every summer. We (the student
body) look forward to the up
coming success from the BHS
Calendar of Events
Wed., Oct. 15, End of. 1st
nine weeks; PSAT for Juniors;
Senior Day at Chipola College
I Thurs., Oct. 16, Volleyball
@ Sneads at 5:00/6:00; School
Advisory meeting @ 2:40
Fri., Oct. 17, Varsity
Football @ Home against North
View at 7:00
Mon., Oct. 20, Volleyball @
Home against NFC at
Wed.,, Oct. 22, Report
Cards; PLAN for Sophomores
* Vot for
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The people of Calhoun County are entitled to have someone they can trust
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I have been willing to sit down, and listen to many people. A lot of these
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am trying very hard not to get caught in political traps, and get pressured
into making unwise decisions. I want to make the kind of decisions that are
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* want to keep my board members will informed on the issues we face. They
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College Foundation is seeking
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The Florida Legislature cre-
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and appropriated funds for each
community college to match
dollar for dollar with private
contributions. These new
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2009 semester if the local
matching dollars are raised, will
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parents did not complete a
Foundation Director Julie
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Chipola is eligible to receive
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4-H cookie decorating
AlTHA 5CHooL NEWs classes set for Oct. 31
Blood drive Friday; Cats'
Calhoun County 4-H is
pleased to announce cookie
decorating classes in both
Blountstown and Altha on
Friday, Oct. 31, from 1 to 3:30.
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The class will be held at the
Calhoun County Extension
Office. Participating youth will
make and take home a cookie
bouquet, play games, and enjoy
nhs- ffi tivitic
ThIe Blountstown event is ott er tun activities.
open for 20 youth 'ages 8-18. The Altha class is open to 10
Cuisine serving October, 23 .
SRg-nup Nov. 1 for Upward
Junior Class Fundraiser
By: Albert Blackburn
The junior class of Altha
Public School is selling chances
to win a $100 Wal-Mart gift
card to *help raise money for
prom and other junior class-
sponsored events. The dona-
tion tickets are $1 and the
buyer receives one chance to
Also, the Wal-Mart card is
redeemable at Murphy USA
gas stations as, well as at the
checkouts of any Wal-Mart in
the nation! The drawing will be
held on Friday night October 24
at Autumn Fest.
We appreciate all of the
community's support to help us
put on a great prom!
By: Elizabeth Reagan
Altha School will be having a
blood drive Friday Oct. 17 from
8:00- am 2:00 -pm. If you
would like to participate contact
the Altha Sch6ol office at 762-
GIVE BLOOD AND YOU
WILL RECEIVE A BLOOD
TOUR T-SHIRT. If you have
any questions regarding med-
ication, medical history, or,
donating blood, please call 850-
526-4403 or go to www.scbcin-
fo.org. For more information,
you can contact Altha School.
By Jimmy Smith
On November 1, the
weightlifters are having a
fundraiser sponsored by the
parents of the weightlifting
team. It will be held in the gym
from 1-3 p.m.
Games include "Call of Duty
4" 2-Man Tournament and
"NCAA Football 2009" both on
the XBOX 360. The entry fee
will be $10.00 per person.
-Prizes are available for the win-
ners. The tournament is open
Principal Ronnie Hand proudly announces Altha School's Kids of
Character for the month of September. They are (front row, from. left)
Joyce McClendon, Lane Edenfield, Keagan Yon, Chase Fielder,
Cheyenne Nichols, (second row) Addison O'Bryan, Austin Roberts,
Kaylee Brown, Caleigh Kenna, Jasmine Taylor, (third row) John
Girscht, April Lynn, Aubree Bay, Miranda London, Not pictured is
to the public and you don't have
to be a Altha School student to
There will be a concert after-
wards at the Altha Community
Center, featuring the band
Admission is $5.00 per person.
The concert is also open to the
Cherokee Satsuma Sale
Cherokee Satsumas for sale!
Sweet, seedless, and easy to
peel! If you would like to pur-
chase, see any softball or volley-
ball player. Satsumas will be
delivered in 2/5 bushel box
which weighs 17-20 lbs for $20.
Orders are due by
Wednesday October 29.
The Altha Wildcat
Cheerleaders will be having a
car wash at the Altha City Hal}
on October 25 from 8 to 12 p.m.
The Institute of Culinary
Arts invites you to Cats'
Cuisine on Thursday, October
23. The menu will consist of:
traditional tossed salad, country
style beef with mushrooms and
beans over rice, home-made flat
bread, and iced chocolate
brownies with ice cream.
Seating times are scheduled for:
11:40 and 12:30. Please
R.S.V.P by Tuesday, October
21. The price is $6 per plate.
Wednesday, Oct. 15 -- End
of the 1st 9 weeks; PSAT
Thursday, Oct 16 -- JV/V
Volleyball at Bozeman, 5/6 pm
Monday, Oct. 20 -- JV/V
Volleyball vs. WVe- a. 5/6 pm
Wednesday, Oct. 22 --
Report Card Day
Friday, Oct. 24 -- Autumn
Fest, 6-8 pm
3-' BILOUNTSTOWN Lesson in
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS Lesson in
E) pioneer life
Fourth grade students have been
learning about pioneer life. Mr.
McClellan recently taught the stu-
dents how to take corn and
make their own corn meal. The
students then used the corn meal
to make cornbread and used the
leftovers to make grits. They
enjoyed, leaning this process of
how the pioneers made their own
S Becky Trikey
:perience in the
* Driver License
supervisor for 7
*I will be available
during work hours
and anytime after.
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Becky Trickey Smith, Democrat, for Tax Collector
Boys and girls grades 1-6 are
invited to sign up for Upward
Basketball and Cheerleading
sponsored by First Baptist of
Blountstown and assisted by
Evaluation Day will be I
Saturday, Nov. 1, from 9 am to
12 noon in BHS Gym. Final
sign up and evaluation will be
Monday, Nov. 17, 6 pm to 8 pm
in the BHS Gym. Practices
begin the week of Dec. 8.
Upward Basketball Camp
with our BHS Coach Tony
See UPWARD, page 11
Kayla Yon, daughter of Joel Ine proole
and Angie Yon will be represent- | will listento your concerns and represent
ing Altha High School as Miss .f
Altha in the National Peanut your inter sts to the best of my ability
Festival Pageant on October 17, Call me ivth any issues: 643-6695
2008 and October 18, 2008.
Anybody who wishes to send her In all your ways acknowledge Him,
good. luck 'wishes may send ,and He will make straight your paths. Prov 3:6
them to Dothan Hotel and Golf
1them o Dothan Hotel and Golf Political Advertisement paid for and approved by Tammy Rushing, RepublicaI
Club, 7410 S. US 231, Dothan, candidate for County Commissioner District 5
AL 36301. GOOD LUCK, KAYLA!
I VOTE FOR DAN NY RYAL S
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 1
Danny Ryqls as Chairman of the Chipola State College Board of Trustees cutting the
ribbon at the dedication of the new Student Services Building.
Serving as' a Board Member at Chipola State College has provided me a great opportunity to represent
Calhoun County citizens. During the 6 years that I have been at Chipola we have completed or renovated
*Student Services Building
*Reddoch Fire Tower and Burn Building
*Buildings K, L, and N
*New Entrance Road to College
*Baseball/Softball Field House
*Social/Natural Science Building
*Stadium Seating for Softball
*Center for the Performing Arts
*New Health Science Building
We have worked hard to bring 4 year degrees to Chipola College for our students. When we received
approval to offer these degrees, the name changed from Chipola Jr. College to Chipola College. This
provides th6se in Calhoun, Liberty and surrounding areas the opportunity to obtain a 4 year degree without
having to travel to Tallahassee or Panama City. Without this accomplishment many of our students would
not be able to advance their educational career. The college currently offers eight Bachelor of Science (BS)
degree programs including:
*Business Management ,
*Mathematics Education 5-9
*Science Education 5-9
*Mathematics Education 6-12
*Science Education 6-12
*Exceptional Student Education.
The Educator preparation Institute (EPI) offers Teacher Certification for those with a B.S. in a non-teaching
* Danny Ryals has the proven experience at Chipola State College and wants to
put his knowledge and experience to work for Calhoun County Schools!
* Danny Ryals wants to ensure that ALL Calhoun County students receive the
best education possible!
* Danny Ryals will make sound judgment decisions based on facts BEFORE any of
your tax money is spent!
VOTE FOR DANNY RYALS FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 1-!
Don't Forget! Early voting begins Monday, October 20 and please make note
that the race for School Board District 1 is on the back of the ballot.
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Danny Ryals for Calhoun County School Board Member Dist. 1
If elected, c0ntra to the rur, I
have no intentions of firing any
current employee in the Tax
Collector's Office as long as they
want to be part of the team to provide
you, the citizens of Calhoun County,
wih the prompt, friendly sevce that
youth ages 11-13 at the Altha"
Community Center. Youth willI/
decorate cookies, paint apronsji
and play games. /
The cost is $10 per youth,
and registration forms for 'e
Blountstown class can be
picked up at the Ca ouni
County Extension Officefrom'
Whitney Cherry. Accep'ance is
on a first come, first sere basis.
For more information call
Whitney at (850) 674-8323.
For registration forms and more
information on the'Altha class,
call Jodi Johnson At (850),447-
. 0959. /
The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 10
I TUARIE *
BRONNA MAE MARTIN
Bronna Mae Martin
Hughes, 77, formerly of
Blountstown, passed away Oct.
8, 2008, in Monroe, GA.
Born January 28, 1931, in
Panacea, Florida, Bronna was a
strong woman. She was the
only child of the late Frankie
and William Martin. She grad-
uated 1949 from Landon High
School in Jacksonville, FL
where she was a Landonette all
four years. She married twice in
her lifetime and had five chil-
dren. She obtained her associ-
ates degree and worked most of
her adult life in clerical posi-
.:,tions. She was head of payroll
for a company in Jacksonville,
FL, Where she continued to
work when she moved to
Middleburg, FL, in 1971. In
1979, she took a position at
Morton Plant Hospital in
Clearwater, FL, and relocated
to Dunedin, FL. She went to
work for the state of Florida in
1- 987 and miaoved; to. the
'Tallahassee area, retiring' from
,j'",the Board of Medicinyin 1996.
.After retiring she 'moved .to
.Blountstown, F. where she
stayed until/ July 2008.
Learning she had lung cancer in
June 2008, she moved 'to
Monroe, GA, with her daughter
to receive treatment. She suc-
cumbed to the disease on- Oct.
Her proudest achievement
was her time spent volunteering
for the Crisis Hotline where she
-was volunteer of the year .in
1989. Upon moving to
Blountstown, she continued her
volunteer work at--. Helping
Hands. She loved animals and
wanted there to be more oppor-
tunity for seniors to have' pets.
She felt it would help.Homeless
pets find homes aiA bring so
much comfort andjoy to fellow
seniors, many who live alone.
She was an avid reader, she
loved to sew, crochet, and
She is survived by two sons,
Frank David Grosse III of
Interlaughin, FL, and William
Martin Grosse and wife, Terry,
of Prairieville, LA; three daugh-
terq, Karen L. Grosse Lauder of
Pine Lake, GA, Kathryni
4 Ta h ought to
To, be able' to say
^ "Mine, has been -a
Ilr helpful, life," is
Probably the most
IIwI satisfying statement
anyone can make.
And so many
people are able to
Tim Adams say just that. :Terb
| """ ns are sb'many ways:
to be helpful. One
does not have to be
rich and donate large sums to worthy
causes. Nor does one have to be
poor from a life of unselfish service.
Helpfulness knows no social' class
nor recognizes no religious
distinctions. Helpfulness knows no
social class nor recognizes no
religious distinctions. Helpfulness is
simply an opening of the heart to the
needs of others, and doing the little
things that mean so much.
Have you ever been in t(Qable and
had a person say to you 2n a helpful,
considerate and friendly oice, "I'll do
my best for you, right away." Those
words, that mean are by someone,
roll away the dark' clouds and let the
sunshine in... '
Think about how much nicer life
would be if more people would show
more kindness, more consideratioi,'
more friendliness to each other. .'
.That would make everyone's day go
a little bit better.
We are always pleased to hear
from you about your comments
concerning the thoughts' you read
(Kayce) Grosse Washington of
Monroe, GA, Sandi K. Hughes
Lee, and husband, Andrew
(PeeWee) Lee, of Blountstown,
FL; 14 grandchildren, Destyni
S. Cimino, Jacob Scott, John
Grosse, William Grosse,
Christina Grosse, Amanda
Grosse Wise, Amber Grosse
Peters, Robin Grosse, Mark
James Lauder, Joshua Lee,
Austin Lee, Kiara Washington,
Santana Lee and Lee
Washington; 23 great-grand-
children including Arris Cimino,
Colton Padgett, Brent
McCrohe and Amelia '(Sassy)
Because Bronna believed in
helpingour physicians of tomor-
row she. donated her bod, to
'Emory Medical School. -
Memorial Services, will "be
held at a latter date by the fam-
ily. In lieu of flowers donations
can be made to WAG either
online at http://www.wagwal-
ton.com or by mail to Walton
Animal Guild, Inc. PO. Box
169 Monroe,.GA 30655.
JAMES "WARREN" "'
Mr. James- "Warren"'
Lindsey, 83, of. Altha, FL"
passed away Th.sday, .October
9, 2008, in Marianna', IFL '
Mr. Lindsey was born on
August.'16, 1925, in Altha to
Coy .Shephard Lindsey ahni
Susie Iris Grantham Lindsey.
Warren joined the United
States Navy in 1943 and was
honorably discharged in 1946.
Warren was an accomplished
wood worker and enjoyed work-
ing in his shop; During his life.-
time, Warren: worked l-in.. th e
construction industry' 'an
owned his own construction
company in Duval.County, FL.
Later in his career, he worked
as building inspector -for
Jackson County and retired
from that job after ten years of
service. Warren was lucky, in
love and was blessed in two loi-
ing wives. In 1946, .Warren
married Ellen Bradley Lindsey
of Baker County, FL. She
passed away in 1978. Warren
married Doris Hickox .Lindsey
He was preceded in death by
his parents; infant .brother,
William Henry Lindsey; his
- first wife, Ellen -.,Bradley
Linidey; and three grandchil-
dren, James Wilbur Coleman,
David -Alen.. Coleman and
.Survivors include his loving
and devoted wife of 31 years,
Doris Hickox LImdsey of Altha:
two daughters. Iris Sorensen
and her husband, Hank, of
Interlachen, FL, Janice
Hawkey and- her husband,
George, of Bull Shoals, AR; two
step-daughters, Tiny Marant of
Covington, LA, Elizabeth Davis
and her husband; Pat, .pf
Chipley; four step-sons, Wl1b.Mir
Coleman of Earlton, FL,
Johnny Hodges and his wife,
Betty, of Jacksonville, Jimmy
Fulford and his wife, Thelnm, of
'Jacksonville, Richard Kinney
and his wife, Jennifer, of
Murrysville, PA;, one sister,,
Mattie Jane Adkins, of Altha;
15 grandchildren,, nine great-
grandchildren and many nieces
Funeral services were held
Saturday,. October 11, at 2:00
UJc s- EO I
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CE MARKERS ,
LAB ON PREMISES
Same-Day Service on Repairs and Relines
Laban Bontrager, DMD
12761 NW Pea ,Ridge Road, Bristol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850) 043-5417
Up' October 29
at First Baptist
Children preschool to 5th
grade are invited with their par-
ents to the "Harvest Round Up"
at First Baptist Church of
Blountstown on Wednesday,
October 29, from 5 pm to 7 pm.
Come for our Tiger Bounce,
Dunking Booth, Face Painting,
Popcorn, Family Photo,
Balloons, Craft, Costume
Parade, Chalk Presentation by
Rev. Clyde Roberts, and lots of
games and prizes.! Prizes for
best costume (nothing scary
All activities are free and
designed for children 5th grade
and under, but we encourage
you to make this a family event.
We do ask that your children be
accompanied by parent or
guardian. Call 674-5923 to pre-
: Call 674-5041
Board of County Commissioners
Invites the public to a
Dedication of County Road 10
DATE: October 24, 2008
p.m. (CT) at Altha First
Baptist Church in Altha with
Rev. Jim McIntosh officiating.
Interment followed Monday,
October 13, at 1:00 p.m. (CT)
at the Oak Grove Cemetery in
All arrangements were
under the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-674-
MARGARET IRENE MAYO
* Mrs. Margaret Irene Mayo,
90, of Clarksville, FL, passed
away Saturday, October 11,
2008 at her home.
.Mrs. Mayo was born on
March 20, 1918, in Calhoun
County and had lived here all of
her' life. She was a homemaker
and a member of Clarksville
Baptist Church in Clarksville.
Irene was preceded in death
by her husband, Neal Mayo; a
son, Neal Hulon Mayo; and a
daughter, Doris Sumner.
Survivors include three sons,
Edward Mayo and his wife,
Sherill, of Belle Glade, Cecil
MIato and his wife, Faye, of
Lake "City. John Raymond
Mayo and, -his wife, Violet, of
Cantoinmerit; son-in-law, Allen
Sumner. of Ashford, Al; one
brother, Alfred Pitts, of
Sumatra; 18 'grandchildren, 45
grandchildren and seven great-
great-grandchildren; a host of
special ,-nieces, nephews,
friends, neighbors and her
Funeral services were held
Monday, October 13, at 11:00
a.m. (CT) at Peavy Fureral
Home Chapel with Rev. Glynn
Dunham and Rev. David
Sumner officiating: Interment
followed in the Clarksville
Cemetery in Clarksville.
All:, arrangements were
under- the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral Home
in Blountstown, ph. 850-674-
Intersection of 392 and
County RD 10
For Information C
S Meaningful Bible Study........................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship.....................1....... 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship...................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ
The Park Church
22nd Street (Old Oak Terrace Bldg.)
SUNDAYS... 11:30 A.M. ( r
WEDNESDAYS...7:00 P.M. fA lreatlce
FRIDAYS...7:00 P.M. to0
Www.Park-Church.com t Up
SOUTHSIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRYWHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr.' Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 -Evening Worhsip 5:00 PM
":I IRCHWm ONE z Kidz Sunday School www.dtapps.com/southside/
'67' 8884 and Church 10AM-12Noon
Gateway Baptist Church
17667 N Main St., Blountstown, FL 674-5725
Sunday School...9:30 AM Worship Service...11:00 AM
Sunday Evening...6:00 Pm
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study...6:00 PM
"At Gateway Baptist Church Everybody Is Somebody
and Jesus Christ Is Lord"
On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041
S Blountstown United Methodist Church
Located on Hwy 20 directly across from
Sub-Way & McDonalds
Wednesday Bible Study... 9:00 AM
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Sunday Worship... 11:00 AM
S"yAssembly of God Church
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...11:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service.;.7:00 PM
Pastor, Shelton Kindig
Hwy. 20 West, 13th Street
St. Mary Missionary
16345 SE River Street, Blountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
"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
For information on listing
your church in this
directory, please contact
The County Record
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The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 11
Law enforcement, corrections
academies offered at BHS, Altha
College will offer Secondary
Public Service Academies at
four area high schools beginning
Corrections academies will
be offered at Malone and
Cottondale. Law enforcement
and corrections academies will.
be offered at Altha and
Courses will be taught for
two periods each weekday dur-
ing the Spring semester.
Students will be dual-enrolled
through Chipola's post second-
ary adult vocational program.
Students in the program will
complete a significant portion of
the requirements for certifica-
tion as correctional or law
A minimum of ten students
is required to offer an academy
in a district high school.
For information, call Bud
Riviere, Chipola Dean of
Workforce Development, at
Local library seeking volunteers
to help others learn how to read
HOUSE-The Chipola College
Cosmetology program will host
an open house, Thursday, Oct.
16, from 8 a.m. to noon. The
public is invited to enjoy compli-
mentary hand massages, paraffin
wax treatments, aromatherapy
hand towels, refreshments and
Students in the program offer a
full lineup of services for the cost
of materials. Services include:
shampoo, blow dry styles, hair-
cuts, color, highlights, waxing,
manicures, pedicures, relaxers,
perms and up-styles. Here, stu-
dent Heather Comerford (left) and
instructor Paige Vanderwerf style
Amanda Chesteen's hair. For
information, call 718-2439.
Imagine your morning coffee
with your daily newspaper. Consider the frustration in wait-
ing for the evening news to tell
you what everyone else has
been talking about. Consider
the loss of never having the
enjoyment of reading a book to
your children or grandchildren.
After completing the
required Basic Reading 'Ibtor
lTraining Workshop, you could
be aiding friends and neighbors
to enjoy all these simple pleas-
ures, too often taken for grant-
ed. If you want the satisfaction
of sharing your knowledge,
experiences and enthusiasm for
learning, please contact
Lavaine Tillman Williams or
Darlene Earhart for training at
the Calhoun County Public
Library Learning Center,
17731 NE Pear Street,
CHIPOLA OFFERING FREE TUITION FOR RN TO BSN PROGRAM-
Chipola College is now offering free tuition to the first 20 Registered'
Nurses admitted to the college's new Bachelor of Science degree in
Nursing. Here, former nursing students Marie Spivey (right) of Bascom,
checks the blood pressure of Precious Dixon as nursing instructor Kathy
Wheeler looks on. For information-about Chipola's RN to BSN program,
Lady Wildcats cont'd
along with 2 aces and a kill.
Emily Brooks rang up 9 service
points, 3 aces and 10 assists.
Cortney Harris matched. her
jersey number with 6 service
points as well as 2 digs and a
kill. Both Cessna Folsom and
Rebekah Wiltse were credited
with 4 service points. Folsom
had 6 digs while Wiltse record-
ed 8 digs. Christy Simmons
contributed 3 service points and
she had 7 kills.
ALTHA, OCTOBER 10-
Completing their 3-game home
stand, the JV Lady Wildcats
won the "Cat Fight" with the
.Bethlehem JV Lady Wildcats,
26-24 and 25-19.
However, Bethlehem threw
down the gauntlet in Game 1 by
jumping out to 9-5 lead. Altha
cut their lead by 2 points and
finally grabbed the lead, 22-21,
on Angela Waldron's 3 straight
service points. Bethlehem
would tie it on the next service
sequence but Chelsey DeBerry
would give Altha the win with
her service point.
In Game 2 Aerial Fblsom
gave Altha 4-0 lead and they
never looked back. The win'
gives Altha's junior varsity a
14-3 record on the season.
Nikki Schamens, Amy
Tharp and Angela Waldron led
Altha in' scoring with 5 points
apiece. Schamens had 2 aces
while Tharp and Waldron each
had an ace. Both Aerial Folsom
and Kimberly Wiltse posted 4
service points. Folsom recorded
2 aces and Wiltse had an ace.
Chelsey DeBerry was credited
with 3 service points and
Brianna Harris had a service'
Wanting to give their fans
their money's worth, Altha's
Varsity Lady Wildcats (5-11)
played a 5-game match before
taking down Bethlehem last
In Game 1 Bethlehem
jumped out in front of Altha, 7-
3, and held the lead until Loni
Johnson put Altha ahead, 16-
12, with 7 straight service
points. Altha maintained the
lead and won, 25-20.
Rebekah Wiltse's 3 straight
service points opened up an 8-4
lead for .Altha in Game 2.
Christy Simmons' extended
that lead to 13-6 and Altha
seemingly was 'on their way to
another win. But their inconsis-
tency at the service line allowed
Bethlehem to climb back in the
game and come out on top, 27-
It was. the same story and
the second verse in Game 3 and
Altha once again fell by 2
Game 4 was nip and tuck
until Altha's Cortney Harris
put her team ahead to stay, 11-
6, with 5 straight service points.
Altha tied the match at two
games apiece with a 25-18 vic-
Bethlehem lost their focus at
the service line and Altha took
advantage by cruising to a 15-8
Loni Johson was the high
scorer for Altha with 15 service
points, 6 aces and a kill. Emily
Brooks put up 12 service points
along with 3 aces and 10 assists.
Christy Simmons came away
with .9 service points, 3 aces
and 12 kills. Cortney Harris
was good for 8 service points
along with 2 aces. Rebekah
Wiltse recorded 5 service
points, an ace, and 2 digs.
Cessna Folsom contributed 3
service points and a dig.
The Altha Lady Wildcats
enter the home stretch of their
regular season schedule. This
past Monday they played
Liberty County in Bristol and
yesterday Altha hosted Sneads.
(Check out next week's issue
for game details). Tomorrow
(Thursday) they're on the road
to take on Bozeman in their last
district game of the season.
The junior varsity's first serve is
at 5 pm (CST) and the varsity
action gets underway at 6 pm
(CST). Next Monday will be
Senior Night as the Lady
Wildcats entertain the Wewa
Gators in "The Den" in their
last regular season game. The
JV match is set for 5 pm (CST)
followed by the varsity at 6 pm
Haunted house cont'd-
With neither of them in their
right minds, they began to tor-
ture and terrorize the young-
sters. What started out as an
attempt to have a happy family
became a breeding ground for
The warehouse became a
meeting place for all things
wicked and horrific, known to
all as TERROR HOUSE.
After years of torture, tor-
ment and unspeakable acts, the
captives rebelled and brutally
murdered Jonas. A demented
Ava hanged herself as a result of
the loss of her husband and col-
league in im'norality.
A spiritual cleansing was
performed on the warehouse, to
no avail and for the safety of the
community the building was
sealed. For decades the ware-
house has been closed, only
now to be opened for the public
to experience the fright and tor-
ture of TERROR HOUSE.
We invite you in to walk
through the warehouse haunted
by the ghosts, ghouls, goblins,
spirits and souls of the damned
that travel through the dimen-
sions of time, to give you a
glimpse of absolute horror.
Davis will be held Sat., Dec.
13, from 9am to 12 noon.
Games begin January 10
through Feb. 21 (7 game sea-
son). Awards night will be Feb.
21 with Mike Hagen Strength
Cost is $50 for basketball;
$55 for cheerleading. Sign-up
forms will be distributed
through local schools. For more
information, call First Baptist
674-5923, ext. 204.
~M*4 -- '-U 4*~W~ ~qi 75~.i*~ 9
Clerk of the Circuit Court
No Man (or woman) is an island! OUR COUNTY needs leadership that will be
willing to give of themselves for the good of our citizens.
I BELIEVE THAT!! AND that is why...
* I serve on the Hospital Board. I want the citizens of Calhoun County to have
.. every chance in any medical emergency. I want the weak, the frail, and the
elderly to be able to stay here in our local hospital close to those they love.
I serve on the Library Board. I want our citizens to have access to the resources,
the educational help, and the many other service the library provides..
I serve in my Church. I want the citizens of our County to have the advantage of
good Bible based teaching.
I serve our citizens. I support local civic groups to help them achieve their goals
in their service to our County.
VOTE TO KEEP
WORKING in the'community to build a better Calhoun County,
WORKING with every citizen in mind; AND WORKING to help
others provide further advantages for our Citizens.
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Ruth Attaway for
.. .. .Calhoun County Circuit Court (Dem)
The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 12
Fall festival Oct. 31;
flu shots Thursday
Officials from Preble-Rish, Inc. were on hand last Wednesday to present the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital board of directors with a check for
$8000. Around $3000 was raised at a benefit cookout hosted by Preble-Rish, then the company added $5000 to the proceeds. According
to Hospital Board Member Ruth Attaway, plans are in place to use the funding for facility upgrades., PHOTO BY BEN HALL
Preble-Rish, Inc. contributes $8000;
hospital continues to move forward
BY RON GILLIARD
I'm very pleased and proud
of the progress we've made in
turning around the fortunes of
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital. Let
me share some of that progress
with you, and maybe more
importantly, the reasons for it.
First of all, there's our staff.
They've been through some
tough times and a lot of them
"stuck" with the hospital
through the worst of those
times. They are dedicated, hard
working, courteous, compas-
sionate, and highly professional
individuals. They have come
together and formed a great
healthcare team. I could not be
more proud of them.
Secondly, our physicians
need to be recognized. I often
say I can't admit the first
patient or order any x-rays. It
must be done by a doctor. We
currently have five "active"
physicians on our staff. Dr.Iqbal
Faruqui, Dr. Misbah Farooqi,
Dr. Cliff Bristol, Dr. Jerry
Skipper, and our newest mem-
ber, Dr. Joti Keshav are all
These are highly profession-
al, well trained and caring doc-
tors. -A community our size is
very fortunate to have these
doctors meeting your health
care needs. Many communi-
ties of similar size, have no
physicians. We're very proud
they are on our staff.
We also have a great group
of doctors staffing our
Emergency Room as a part of
Services. Many of these physi-
cians are now coming to our ER
on a regular basis -arid our
patients have been very
pleased with their care. We feel
we have greatly increased the
level and quality of care in the
ER in the past year.
And the hospital would not
even be here if not for our
Board members. This dedicat-
ed group of citizens gives freely
of their time, and a lot of it!
They've overseen the complete
turnaround of the hospital once
they regained it from the previ-
ous "for profit" operator. /Led
by our Chairman, Laddie
Williams, the other board mem-
bers are Dr. Laban Bontrager,
Ruth Attaway, Marilyn Russell,
Edward Brigham, John
Tomlinson, Jr., Rachel
Manspeaker, and Paul Smith.
This group provided sound
guidance and strong leadership
through the early days of taking
the hospital back and continues
to do so today. Hospitals are
real challenges in today's envi-
ronment and they have made
the difficult and often tough
decisions needed to move the
hospital forward in the very
positive manner being
described in this article.
Our elected officials at every
level, local, state, and federal,
have all been most helpful and
supportive of the hospital,
Marti Coley and Congressman
Most of all however, we need
to recognize and thank the citi-
zens of our community that
have supported the hospital in-
so many ways, including the sig-
nificantly increasing number
using our services.
If you've not seen the hospi-
tal in awhile, you might not rec-
ognize it. \ We have beautiful
landscaping in our front yard
and patios on our entrances
thanks to the Keep Calhoun
Beautiful and Blouritstown
Main Street organizations,
Our lobby is now very attrac-
tive thanks to 'Wakulla Bank.
The Dining Hall was complete-
ly redecorated by the
Blountstown Rotary Club. Our
new Chapel is being renovated
by the Chamber of Commerce
Board. We have several
patient rooms that have been
"adopted" and either near com-
pletion or getting ready to be
Ms. Ruth Attaway's wonder-
ful efforts at soliciting donations
for the hospital have helped
Go to the Polls and Vote For
Thanks for your support and vote of
confidence in the primary election on
August 26th. I need your continued
support on November 4th, 2008. I am
running for School Board District 4
because I feel we must continue to
provide the best education possible for
our kids today and tomorrow. With
strong character, leadership qualities,
family values, we together can do what
is best for children's' future:
I humbly ask for your support on
November 4th, 2008.
Political Advertisement Paid for and Approved by Thaddeus Simmons for School Bo. rd M-n11or district 4
with some of these renovations
and. will lead to even more. As
shown in the photo above,
Preble-Rish is one of the most
recent donors, contributing
But the most important key
is the utilization of our services.
We're very proud that we've
basically doubled the number of
"inpatients" in our hospital on a
daily basis from last year. And
all of our outpatient services,
IE, the emergency room, radi-
ology, laboratory and. respirato-
ry therapy are all producing
record numbers in the volume
of work they are performing.
Of course, this all leads to an
improvement in our overall
financial position. We've
almost doubled the dollar vol-
ume of total work generated on
a monthly basis from the first
year the .hospital was taken
back by the Association Board.
,Now, we're working hard on
trying to collect it!
'We feel the citizens, (our
patients) are increasing their
utilization of these services
partly due to our improved
appearance but also, and more
importantly, due to our
improved "attitudes."- We've-
worked hard on being more
considerate and patient friend-
ly. Courteous, compassionate,.
high quality care is our goal.
I've said before, we're not
perfect and constantly work on
improvement and especially
See HOSPITAL, page 14
FROM THE CALHOUN COUNTY
SENIOR CITIZENS ASSOCIATION
Come and join the Calhoun
County Senior Citizens
Association on Friday, October
31,-for our Annual Fall Fun
Festival. You can try your luck
at the many games we have and
eat from our menu of hot dogs,
corn dogs, slaw, funnel cakes,
Make sure you dress for
Halloween because we will
have% costume judging and
The festivities will begin at
10:30. So call 674-4163 and let
us know that you will be attend-
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
SCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 21
It's that time again for our
quarterly General Membership
Meeting. It is scheduled for
Tuesday, October 21, beginning
at 8 AM. Come on out and join
us to learn what goes on at the
Senior Center and to ask any
questions that you may have.
LUNCH WITH PARTHENON
Come join us on Thursday,
October 30, at 11:30 for one of
Parthenon's fabulous lunches.
Call 674-4163 ahead if you
would like to attend.
A representative from
Calhoun County Health
Department will be at the
Center at 10:00 AM on
Thursday, October 16, to give
Call 674-5041 I
n V% 0 nC -9 *sZ inw
Mary Sue Neves
r i ,*
Sfor SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Keeping the Tradition of Academic Excellence
Calhoun School District
Student Achievement for 2007-2008
High Performing "A" School District
Total Calhoun School District 2007-2008 Graduates: 129
Projected Graduation Rate: 92%.
Total Bright Futures Scholarships Awarded: 38%
100% Florida Academic Scholarship: 7%
75% Florida Medallion Scholarship: 29%
Gold Seal Scholarship: 2%
W.T. Neal Scholarships Awarded: 10%
Students Earning Dual Enrollment Credits
10th Grade Students: 11%
11th Grade Students: 23%
12th Grade Student: 27%
Mary Sue Neves initiated "Take Stock in Children Foundation" in
Calhoun School District September 2006
District awarded 1st "Take Stock Scholarship" spring 2007
District awarded 3 "Take Stock Scholarships" spring 2008
District will award at least 4 "Take Stock Scholarships" spring 2009
Let's Keep Mary Sue Neves
Working For Our Children!
POLITICALADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY MARY SUE NEVES, DEMOCRAT, FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
Community Health Fair
on Saturday, November 8th
I sponsored by
IWE INVITE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY TO COME OUT AND ENJOY A DAY OF FUN AND
I GATHERING WITH YOUR COMMUNITY TO SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF YOUR LOCAL
HOSPITAL. FREE ENTERTAINMENT, GAMES AND RIDES FOR THE KIDS AND KIDS AT HEART,
AS WELL AS FREE HEALTHCARE SERVICES AND SUPPLIES (WHILE THEY LAST).
Some of the services offered:
* Women's health education.
* Blood pressure screenings, finger sticks and other healthcare services FREE of charge.
* Cholesterol, Hemoglobin A1C (which require fasting after midnight) and PSA's at a reduced
rate by the Calhoun-Liberty Hospital lab.
Display of new County Ambulance with Emergency Medical Staff and Life flight helicopter.
Show cooking by CHARTWELLS targeting healthy cooking tips and techniques for you and.
your kids in today's busy world, recipes will be included.
SWAT/Youth Tobacco Prevention by Calhoun County Health Department.
and much more...
We'll see you and the kids there.
For questions please-call Aimee Hanvey at 674-5411 ext 209
I I I -1 c~L~8B" I _
The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 13
05 SUBARU OUTBACK
SUPER Fuel Mileage, Auto, 4 Cyl
NADA Retail $16,350
06 GRAND CHEROKEE
Laredo, 4x4, Air
NADA Retail $16,275
06 PONTIAC G6
CD, Alloy Wheels, Nice Car
NADA Retail $13,075
05 FORD F-250 SD
FX4, Off Road, Lariat
NADA Retail $25,425
02 TOYOTA SIENNA XLE
V6, Leather, Sunroof, Dual Sliding Doors
NADA Retail $11,325
05 HONDA PILOT EXL
Sunroof, Leather, V6
NADA Retail $19,875
07 CHEVY TAHOE LTZ 06 CHRYSLER 300C SRT 06 GMC YUKON DENALI
Step Rails, Leather, Tow Package Loaded, Sunroof, Leather Navigation, Sunroof, DVD, Chrome Wheels
#9004465 #9004458 #9004408
NADA Retail $35,175 NADA Retail $29,700 NADA Retail $30,100
s28,400 $22,300 ,20,800
03 CADILLAC DEVILLE #9004434 .................................. 8,175
03 CADILLAC DEVILLE #8916002 ............................. .... 8,625
03 NISSAN XTERRA XE #944100oo..................................68,675
03 DODGE RAM SIT CREW so. comfortconyv.oooo90055001 ...... $8,750
00 MAZDA MIATA N9004435......................................... $8,925
04 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER AWD #9004588 ............. $,500
05 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER AWD#9004533..........s$9,850
06 DODGE RAM REG CAB #9004265.............................$s10,100
04 BUICK PARK AVENUE #910461............................ .$11,150
06 GMC YUKON XL #9004561 .......................................11,275
05 NISSAN XTERRA XE #9004587 ..............................11,450
05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS #8232001 .....*..................$11,550
05 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S #9431001............................ $11,800
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LS #9004589 ........................$12,050
05 CHEVYSUBURBAN LT #91210001........................ $12,800
06 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER #9004622........................... $12,850
05 CHEVY SILVERADO crew cab, LS #9004585 ................. $12,950
08 CHEVY UPLANDER LS #9004629 ..........................s13,250
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT #9004582 ........................$13,300-
07 MAZDA 3 #9004628 .................................................$13,400
07 DODGE DAKOTA SLT QUAD CAB #9004620......... $13,400
08 SUZUKI SX4 Diesel, 4x4 #9004630 ................................ $13,550
04 FORD F-250 LARIAT Diesel, Ext. Cab.9004494.............. $14,000
06 CHEVY AVALANCHE LS #9004572........................... $14,150
06 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB #9004590.......... ...... 14,500
06 FORD 500 LIMITED #0004602 .............................$14,900
05 CHEVY SILVERADO LS X-CAB #9004563 ........... $14,900
05 CHEVY SILVERADO LS 4x4, Crew Cab #6864001 ............$15,100
06 LINCOLN TOWN CAR SIGNATURE #9004621....5,150
05 CHEVY AVALANCHE LS 4X4 #9004616 ................15,300
05 JEEP WRANGLER SPORT#87oo9001......................15,450
05 CHEVY SILVERADO X-CAB Z-71 #9004608 ........s16,250
06 PONTIAC SOLSTICE.9004439............................. 17,250
07 DODGE ASPEN LIMITED .N9004532 ........................17,400
05 GMC DENALI YUKON XL 9105001oo...................... $17,550
06 CADILLAC DTS #9004570 .......................................17,650
04 TOYOTA SEQUOIA 4X4 LIMITED #9004569 ........18,400
07 TOYOTA Fi CRUISER #9004556 ...............................$18,750
06 CADILLAC DTS #9888001........................................ $19,300
06 CHEVY AVALANCHE LT #9004607 .........................19,600
07 CADILLAC DTS #9004568............................. ........20,000
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED 44 #9004521 .................*21,050
05 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500 HD Diesel, LS #9004002 ... 21,500
08 NISSAN MAXIMA SL #9004526 ............................21,850
06 FORD F-250 XLT CREW Diesel, 4X4 #9004543............ 23,400
07 CHEVY AVALANCHE LTZ #9004524........................ $24,700
07 CHEVY SILVERADO 2500HD Desel, 4X4 T #9244001 .... 28,400
08 CADILLAC CTS#9004585....................................... $30,200
RAI (s50) 482-305-
4204 WEST LAFAYETTE STREET MARIANNA, FL.
The County Record, OCTOBER 15, 2008, Page 14
Post 272 collecting
items for soldiers
BY LETA MEARS
American Legion Post 272
The Women's Auxiliary of
American Legion Post 272 has
had a lot of experience sending
care packages. This cause is
good for people who want to
send packages to deployed sol-
diers, but don't know how. The
donations you send will go to
soldiers who don't get care
packages very often and those
that are in need and to show the
troops we love, support, and
care for them. We are there, to
help. The goals are to make
supporting the troops easier for
people that don't have any affil-
iation with the military (family,
friends, etc.) that want to help
our troops. All care packages
will be sent to deployed soldiers
in all branches of the rimilitary.
The American Legion Post
272 is a non-profit organization.
Helping our soldiers, vets andl
citizens. You can donate by
sending to this address:
American Legion Auxillary,
Post 272, PO. Box 312
Blountstown, Florida 32424.
Support our troops. They sup-
port you. No soldier will go
without..If you have, a
deployed soldier in need of a
care package, please send the
soldier's complete APO-AE
address to the address above.
We will add your soldier to our
care list to receive a care pack-
Please include a 5x7 or
8X10 picture of your soldier
when mailing to address above.
Every soldier we help will have
his/her picture permanently
framed and placed on The
American Legion Post 272 Wall
Of Honor with pride.
We are proud to say that
The American Legion Post 272
has also joined, hands with
Ramseys Piggly Wiggly in
Blountstown in supporting our
Troops. Thank you, Rebecca
and Andrew. We also have a
large box outside on the deck of
the American Legion where the
public can .drop off the items
listed below. A member of the
.ladies auxiliary will pick up
daily the items dropped in the
box. Please show support and
bring a little something to drop
in the Hope Box which we have
inside also when you visit.
Items to donate are food,
paper, pens envelopes,
Coffee,Instant sops,Ramen noo-
instant sops, cheese in a can,
tuna fish in bag, office supplies,
paper, pens, envelopes, no
stamps, cookies, brownies,
snack cakes, beef jerky, chips,
instant jello, instant pudding,
lollipops, etc, assorted gum,
-L'~ead l. [e for ews &Y Ad[ds]
assorted candy, energy bars,
reading materials, Bibles, mag-
azines (no x-rated), newspa-
pers, puzzle books, cross word,
search a word, fill it in, travel
games, batteries, deck of cards,
batteries double AA, triple
AAA, CD'S, DVD'S disposable
cameras, personal hygiene,
hairbrushes, combs, shaving
kits, razors, shampoo, condi-,
tioner, antibacterial soaps, anti-
bacterial wipes, skin lotion,
vaseline, tampons, douche,
toothbrush, toothpaste, chap-
stick, foot powder, foot insoles,
bootlaces, suntan lotion, sun-
block, aloe, antibiotic oint-
ment/cream, first aide kits,
insect repellent, bottled water,
and other non-perishable food
items. Please remember that if
you come out to the American
Legion, please bring an item to
drop in the Hope Box. Every
little bit helps our.soldiers to let
them know we care and say
thank you for our freedom.
Please know that every item
you bring or drop off will be sent
to our troops. Thank you in
when we do receive complaints
or hear about problems.
But overall, we're again,
very proud of our progress.
Hopefully this article lets you
know a little better why.
Give me a call if you have
any questions on any of the
above or on anything about the
hospital.at 674-5411, e'xt 206.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN THAT CLYDE
CARTER the holder of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate number and year
of issuance, the description of the property, and
the names in which it was assessed are as fol-
Certificate No. 309 Year of Issuance: 2002
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Parcel# 01-
Commencing at the SW Corner of Section 1,
Township 1 North, Range 10 West, Calhoun
County, Florida; thence North 89 degrees 59 min-,
utes 13 seconds East 1382.86 feet along the
South boundary of Section 1; thence North 01
degree 12 minutes 13 seconds East 30.00 feet to
the Point of Beginning; thence North 01 degree
12 minutes 13 seconds East 630.00 feet; thence
North 89 degrees 59 minutes 13 seconds East
345.71 feet; thence South 01 degree 12 minutes
13 seconds West 630.00 feet to the North Right
of Way of County Road; thence.South 89 degrees
59 minutes 13 West 345.71 feet along said coun-
ty road to the Point of Beginning. Said Parcel
contains 5.00 acres, more or less.
LESS & EXCEPT THAT DEEDED TO BRANT
CREAMER IN O.R. BOOK 342, PAGE 136, PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF CALHOUN COUNTY,
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Ronnie
Creamer, 11711 NW Glory Hill Road, Altha,
Said Property being the County of CALHOUN,
STATE OF FLORIDA. Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed according to law the property
described in such certificate shall be SOLD to the
highest bidder at the Courthouse door on
November 13, 2008, at 10:00 A.M. CST.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY
Clerk of Circuit Court of
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 072008CA000122XXXXXX
TRUMAN CAPITAL MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
BEVERLY HOLMES; et al.,
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an
Order or Summary Final Judgment of foreclosure
dated September 24, 2008, and an Order
Resetting Sale dated December 12, 2006, and
entered in Case No. 072008CA000122XXXXXX
of the Circuit Court of the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit In and for Calhoun County, Florida, where-
in TRUMAN CAPITAL MORTGAGE LOAN
TRUST 2004-1 is Plaintiff and BEVERLY
HOLMES; ADT SECURITY SERVICES, INC. AS
SUCCESSOR TO 'SECURITYLINK FROM
AMERITECH, INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 1;
UNKNOWN TENANT NO. 2; and ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING INTEREST BY,
THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST A NAMED
DEFENDANT TO T HIS ACTION, OR HAVING
OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
INTEREST IN TfE PROPERTY HEREIN
DESCRIBED, are Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash on the Front
Steps of the Calhoun County Courthouse at
20859 Central Avenue East, Blountstown, FL
32424 at Calhoun County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
CST, on 4th day of December, 2008, the following
described property as set forth in said Order or
Final Judgment, to wit:
THE W 1/2 OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROPERTY, TO WIT: BEGIN AT THE SW COR-
NER OF SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 8 WEST, AND RUN NORTH ALONG
THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID SECTION 34,
1010 FEET, THENCE CONTINUE TO RUN
NORTH ALONG SAID WEST BOUNDARY 135
FEET, THENCE RUN EAST 345 FEET FOR A
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE RUN EAST
AT AN ANGLE OF 90 DEGREES WITH SAID
WEST BOUNDARY 105 FEET, THENCE RUN
NORTH 105 FEET, THENCE WEST 105 FEET,
THENCE RUN SOUTH 105 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING .26
ACRES IN SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 8 WEST, CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORI-
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN
THE SURPLUS' FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS M UST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1,p90, persons needing special
accommodation to participate in this proceeding
should contact the Clerk of the Court not later
than five business days prior to the proceeding at
the Calhoun County Courthouse. Telephone
850-747-5318 or 1-800-955-8770 via Florida
Dated at Blountstown, Florida on September
Ruth W. Attaway,
as Clerk, Circuit Court
January 3, 10, 2007
The Calhoun County School Board proposes to
introduceand and amend policies for Calhoun
County School as follows:
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS
CHAPTER 2--SCHOOL BOARD GOVERANCY
CHAPTER 6--HUMAN RESOURCES
CHAPTER 7--BUSINESS SERVICES
Introducing and Amending Policy:
2.20 Responsibilities and Authority of the Board
2.71 Bullying and Harassment
5 14 Homeless Students
5.71 Directory Information
5.711 Parental Access to Information
6.17 Appointment or Employment Requirements
7.70 Purchasing and Bidding
Most of these policy changes are necessitated
by changes in statute citations by the State of
Florida. The entire proposals are available tor
viewing at the School Superintendent's Office,
Room G-20, Calhoun County Court House,
A hearing will be held on the above policies in
the Courthouse in Blountstown, Florida at the
Regular School Board meeting beginning at 5:00
P.M., CDT, Tuesday, November 11, 2008.
Chairman Calhoun County
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
Calhoun County Schools
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On October 27, 2008, at 10:00 a.m. (CST), R &
R Warehouses will dispose of the contents of one
(1) storage unit from Blountstown R&R
Warehouses in Blountstown at 19300 SR 20 W.
The unit is believed to contain household and/or
personal property of the following tenant:
All units not paid in full by this date will be dis-
posed of. THERE WILL BE NO AUCTION!!
Deadline Monday Noon
Please Email Your Ads to
no faxes please
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Deadline Monday Noon FAX: 674-5008 Phone: 674-5041 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org J
Saturday, November 1, 8:00 a.m.
Hwy. 231 N. Campbellton, FL
Farm & Construction Equipment,
Bank, Repos & others Plus
Mason Auction & Sales LLC #642
CARS & TRUCKS
1996 Ford Special Edition, tool
box, V8, 4wd, runs real good,
$1,000; 1985 Blazer, 4wd, V6,
$1,000. Call 674-3070.
1986 Dodge Ram Charger, 2wd,
360 motor, runs, $1,100. Call 643-
1996 Chevrolet Z71, extended cab,
CD player, 3 in. body lift, stock
wheels, 184,000 miles, $5,000 miles.
1977 Ford F150, 2wd, auto, cruise,
A/C, alloy wheels, dual exhaust, tow-
ing hitch, long bed, runs well, $2,000
firm. Call 674-5908.
2001 Kia Optima, $2,000. Call
1994 Mazda T.W.D., auto, new
transmission and alternator, don't
Smoke and don't use any oil, asking
$1,000. For more info call 674-2106.
2 bedroom mobile home, nice loca-
tion near school, in Bristol. Call 674-
8317 or 643-7569
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most
utilities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when
available. Call 674-4011.
1 bedroom, 1 bath mobile home,
completely furnished, right down to
dishes, new refrigerator, etc. Asking
$400/mo, plus $300 deposit. Fenced
in back yard. Off Shuler Street in
674-2106. Perfect for single person
or older couple. No pets.
3 bedroom, 1 bath, CHA, just
remodeled behind Chevron Station
in Altha. $550/mo, plus $500
deposit. Call 674-5921 or 447-0544.
2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile home for
rent, located six miles north of
Blountstown on Hwy. 69 north.
Water, sewer, and grass mowing
provided. Deposit required, No pets.
Mobile home, 1 & 2 bedroom on
John F Bailey Road, SR 20 W,
Blountstown. $85 to $145 weekly.
Deposit required. All utilities includ-
ed. NO PETS. Also RV for rent.
2 & 3 bedroom mobile homes in
Altha, very nice. Call 762-9555 or
Computers for sale new or facto-
ry refurbished computers, Monitors,
Inkjet & Laser Printers, CD's, CD-
ROM, CD Drives, Zip Drives, SparQ
Drive and Software. Call Russell A.
Peterson at (850) 674-2958, 17785
Crozier St., Blountstown. E-mail:
Dresser with 6 drawers and mirror,
$20. Call 674-3070.
Aluminum dog box, 3 doors, for full
size truck, $115.00. Call 643-6559.
Hosford. For more information call 2. love-seats, $20 ea; grandfather
CHIPOLA-COLLEGE is now accepting applications for
Full-time and part-time positions available.
Clinical Instructor: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and valid
state Nursing License required.
Classroom Instructor: Master's Degree with at least 18
graduate semester hours in Nursing or Master's Degree with a
major in Nursing required. Valid state Nursing License
ALL DEGREES AND COLLEGE COURSEWORK MUST BE FROM
A REGIONALLYACCREDITED COLLEGE AND/OR UNIVERSITY.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide suitable classroom' and/or .clinical instruction and
supervision in multiple areas of nursing knowledge,
procedures and techniques in the Registered Nursing and
Practical Nursing Programs, Duties associated with college
instruction and the institutional mission of the College will
also be part of the instructor's role.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Interested'applicants should submit a letter of application, a
completed Chipola College employment application (available
from Human Resources) resume; references with current addresses
and telephone numbers, copies of college transcripts and
current Nursing License to CHIPOLA COLLEGE, Human
Resources, 3094 Indian Circle, Marianna, FL 32446
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clock replica, $60. Call 674-3264.
Heavy gauge plastic, new, 2 sizes
- 10' x 43', $115; 10' x 43', $125 or
both for $200. Plastic flower pots,
black, 3 gal, pots, 120 ea, 1 gal. pot
and assorted sizes, 100 ea. Call
573-3155, ask for Carol.
2004 Ninja motorcycle, 16,000
miles, 2 new sprockets, 50 mpg,
new chain, 2 new tires. $2,495. Call
643-8540 or 674-1313.
2006 Artic Cat 650 4-wheeler, 4wd,
500 miles, like new, $6,000 firm. Call
674-7638 or 643-8454.
Ladies golf clubs, call 447-2217.
Nautica Baby Bedding, 4 pc. set
includes bumper, fitted sheet, com-
forter and dust ruffle. Navy and baby
blue with Nautica sailboats. Never
opened. Paid $300, asking $150. I
also have 1 roll of border and sever-
al decorations to match. A beautiful
set. Call 447-2217.
2006 Suzuki BLVD. M50, 3700
miles., $5500. Call 850-209-7926.
Hoveround Teknique power chair,
barely used, $1500; deluxe Invacare
walker with front wheels, new, $75;
Walker, $25; (2) potty chairs, $8, &
$20. Call'762-8197, 762-3245.
1983 CB 650 NightHawk, $1500
OBO. New motor, new tires, new
battery and runs great, plus a few
extras. Call Robert at 850-762-2847
for more info. Call after 12:00 noon.
1984 Honda Shadow vt700c
motorcycle, 'runs good, new paint
job, $1500 OBO. Call 674-1740,
leave a message.
2002 Honda Shadow 1100, has
just over 10,000 miles, $4500 OBO.
Free firewood, you cut. Call 762-
White English bulldog, 1-1/2 years
old, good with children, but does not
like cats. Call 447-0810.
Family group of 3-1/2 year old Lab
breed puppies, light tan and white,
short haired, abandoned in .chil-
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Clarksville. Very fat, clean and
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acre, corner lot, fenced, detached 40
x 50 outbuilding, walk to shopping,
K-12, medical and downtown
Blountstown. Job causes to relo-
cate. Asking payoff, $113,000. Call
606-776-1762 or 606-748-4732.
New 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in
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utilities, tile and laminate flooring.
Vinyl siding, 30 year shingle roof,
good location. $110,000.00, 100%
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government funds for down pay-
ment. wac. 850-762-8185 or 850-
4 year old mare, 14 hands needs
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For sale or rent 3 bedroom, 2 bath
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Call 850-762-8185 or 850-653-5597.
Looking for a sound, mature begin-
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deserving and small 10-year old just
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or free. Will have excellent loving
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Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 a.m. until
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Blountstown. Cancel if rain.
Huge multi family yard sale,
Saturday, 8 to 'noon at 19164 NE
Oak Hill Dr. Toys, books, household
items, Pfaltzgraff dishes, Britax car
seat, Beatrix Potter crib set, fire truck
pedal car, and clothes/shoes for
babies, toddlers, children, and
Yard sale from 7:00 12 noon at
19157 NE Oak Hill Dr., Blountstown.
Quality house wares, microwave,
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