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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2009 N 102nd Year, No. 27 E BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)


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SBY KELLI PEACOCK
SNews Editor
Three adults and three
:children were fortunate to
ivalk away from a&two vehi-
: -cle collision last Tuesday
night with only minor
iinjuries.
o Danielle Parramore, 23.
!of Bristol was behind the
,wheel of a 2003 Dodge four
:door southbound on SR 71
'around 7:35 p.m. In front of
:her car was a 1998 Jeep
SSUV driven by Russell
vBaggett, 41. of Altha.
'" When Baggett slowed to
S turn onto Flatwoods Road,.,
*Parramore attempted to
pass him and struck the left
side of his SUV
'Parramore's car slammed
i nto a power pole. then
'rotated counter clockwise.
Parramore, Baggett, and
.Baggett's passenger, 11-
S ,ear-old Breanna Walker,
sustained minor injuries.
;Parramore's three passen-
: gers escaped injury. Power
was out in the area for sev-
veral hours. Parramore was
Charged with improper
passing.



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COMMUNNfY


DORIS TRAOIR IS


C CITIZEN OF THE EAR


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
The Calhoun County,
Chamber of Commerce
celebrated the year in
business Thursday night
at their 62nd antital,
banquet held at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center.
The highlight of the
evening was the
announcement of the
Citizen of the Year
Award that went to
Doris Traylor of
Blountstown.
Although she is in her
80s, her youthful spirit
defies her age. Doris has
devoted countless hours
serving the community.
Notice the sidewalk
lined with bradford pear
trees along Central
Avenue East? The new
trash receptacles down-
town? Wildflowers


blooming in county
parks? Doris had a hand
in all these beautification
projects and many oth-
ers,. *
Over the summer,
Doris spend full days in
the hot sun working to
plant roses outside the
hospital. She came up
with the idea to. create
the new hospital patios
and coordinated the
project through
Blountstown Main
Street.
Ever been to Movie
on the Square? No doubt
you have seen Doris in
her folding chair, wrap-
ping hot dogs. bagging
popcorn or selling treats.
She stays from start to
Finish. -
Doris is an active
member of First Baptist
Church, Keep Calhoun


County Beautifdl, the
Torreya Garden Club,
and Blountstown Main
Street. It is obvious she
cares about her commu-
nity. She doesn't say,
"Somebody should do
this or that." She does it.
And there is no one more
worthy of this award.
Also honored at the
banquet was Harry
Hagan, the voice of
WYBT/WPHK who
worked tirelessly for 15
years to develop the
Blountstown Greenway.
He received the
Crackerjack Award for
his vision and dedication.
Pastor Geraldine
Sheard was recognized
for her extraordinary
commitment to the com-
munity with the
Volunteer of the Year
Award. Through her


church, she established a
clothes closet and a food
pantry. She works with
high school students to
secure financial assis-
tance for college, assists
with afterschool pro-
grams, helps building
churches and visits the
*sick and elderly.
The Bobby Clark
President's Award went
to Kenny Griffin of
Workforce Florida.
Although he is from
Jackson County, he has
been a true asset to
Calhoun County for so
many years. The award
is given to the Chamber
board member who has
gone above and beyond
to promote, work behind
the scenes, volunteer
and further the vision of
the Calhoun County
See CHAMBER page 3


AGRICULTURE



Steve "Beaver" Yoder is Florida's


Young Peanut Fanner of the Year


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
Calhoun County's own Steve "Beaver" Yoder, Jr.
has been named Florida's Outstanding Young Peanut
Farmer of the Year.
The award was presented at the Florida Peanut
rpducers Association annual meeting held Thursday
. night., Deborah Shuler of Farm Credit of Northwest
Florida announced Yoder as the recipient.
"The honoree is chosen by the membership of the
Florida Peanut Producers Association," Shuler told
the audience. "'For the "elders' in the association, the
honoree is someone 'you' ,h!4ve'a watched' grow ,ip.
Many of you remember h..iR ;,.ycngboy.pIying
on his parents' farm. You w"t ed.lri' d&i-v.i's first
tractor. You watched his acco'iri lishment'' as he
attended Altha School and _Chipola, College. He
worked among you as a young man, panting crops
and learning the lessons of agricultre. ', u were his
mentors. He sought your adv;c k ir.arned from
your experiences." 4-
She went on to say, "You've watched him grow
into a man with a strong faith in God and loye of fam-
ily. He values his church activia s serving as an
usher, assistant leader of small group bible study, and
as a worker on short term missions. He values his
family. The love of his life is MicheUe and the light of
his life are his four daughters. Together. they provide
a loving and supportive home for their children. They
are teaching their children the values their parents
taught them love of God, love of family, love of hard
work. pride in yourself, pride in your community, and
love of your country."


Steven 'Beaver" Yoder, Jr. and his wife, Michelle,
with their four daughters at the awards ceremony.
Shuler noted that Yoder has served as vice presi-
dent of the Georgia/Florida Soybean Association, is a
member of the Florida Peanut Advisorq-Council, is a
2007 graduate of the Syngenta Peanut Leadership
Academy, and a member of the National Farm
Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Program.
"He has acquired the leadership skills needed to
See YODER, pagd 2


EDUCATION


Hassig


proposes


10% cut


inboard


salaries

BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor
When the Calhoun
County School Board
meets Tuesday night, they
will have an awkward issue
to discuss: whether or not to
cut their own salaries.
At the last regular board
meeting, District 5 Board
Member Danny Hassig.
suggested they take the ax
to their own wages and
reduce their salaries by 10
percent.
"It's very fortunate that
we have reserves and are
not laying off employees,"
Hassig to1d the board when
commenting on the state of
the economy and'budget
issues impacting agencies
around Florida. "I' have
been wondering if there is a ,
way, to show leadership-to
our teachers...something
we could do collectively if
we are willing to take a pay
decrease and earmark
those funds for special pro-'
grams."
Chairwoman Kelly King
from District 1 responded
that there would certainly
be budget cuts, this year.
"It's definitely something
we should look at," she
stated and suggested the
school finance manager,
Suzanne Mason, look at the
proposal when doing the
budget cuts.
"I think this is fine," said
Tim Smith of' district 3.
".For several years we had
to set 'our salaries. Two
times we never gave our-
*selves a raise: Now the
state is setting it. Can we do
this?"
Mason stated that it was'
permissable for the board
to lower their salaries.
The matter is set to be
:discussed again on Tuesday
night at 5 p.m. in the court-
house.

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fLETTERTOTHEITOiRI


To the Editor:
The following has been
attributed to State
Representative Mitchell
Kaye from GA.
"We the sensible people
of the United States, in an
attempt to help everyone
get along, restore some
semblance of justice, avoid
more riots, keep our nation
safe, promote positive
behavior, and secure the
blessings of debt-free liber-
ty to ourselves and our
great-great- great-grand-
children, hereby .try one
more time to ordain and
establish some common
sense guidelines for the ter-
minally whiny, guilt ridden,
delusional, and other liberal
bed wetters. We hold these
truths to be self evident:
that a whole lot of people
are confused by the Bill of
Rights and a;e so dim they
require a Bill of NON-
Rights."
ARTICLE I: You do not
have the right to a new car,
big screen TV, or any other
form of wealth. More power
to you, if you can legally
acquire them, but no one is
guaranteeing anything.
ARTICLE II:, You do
not have the right to never
be offended. This country is
based on freedom, and that
means freedom for every-
one -- not just you! You may
leave the room,' turn the
channel, express a different
opinion, etc.; but the world
is full of idiots, and proba-
bly always will be.
ARTICLE III: You do
not have 'the right to be free
from harm. If you stick a
screwdriver in your eye,
learn to'be more careful; do
not expect the tool manu-
facturer to make you and
all your relatives independ-
ently wealthy.
ARTICLE IV: You do
not have the right to free
food and housing.
Americans are the most
charitable people to be
found, and will gladly help
anyone in need, but we are
quickly growing weary of
subsidizing generation after
generation of professional
couch potatoes who achieve
nothing more than the cre-
aion of another generation
of professional couch pota-
toes.
ARTICLE V: You do not
have the right to free health
care. That would be nice,
but from the looks of public
housing, we're just not
interested in public, health
care.
ARTICLE VI: You do
not have the right to physi-
cally harm other people. If
you kidnap, rape, intention-
ally maim, or -kill someone,
don't be surprised if the rest
of us want to see you fry in
the electric chair.
ARTICLE VII:' You do
not have the right to the
possessions of others. If you
rob, cheat, or coerce away
the goods or services of
other citizens, don't be sur-
prised if the rest of us get
together and lock you away
in a place where you still
won't have the right to a big
screen color TV or a life of
leisure.
ARTICLE VIII: You do
not have the right to a job.
All of us sure want you to
have a job, and will gladly
hlp you along in hard
times, but we expect you to
take advantage of .the
opportunities of education
and vocational training laid
.before you to make yourself
useful. (AMEN!)
ARTICLE IX: You do
not have the right to happi-
ness. Being an American
means that you have the
right to PURSUE happi-
ness, which by the way, is a
lot easier if you are unen-
cumbered by an over abun-
dance of idiotic laws creat-
ed by those of you who



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Somehow, largely through the Grace of
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were confused by the B
Rights.
ARTICLE X: This i
English speaking count
We don't care where
are from, English is our
guage. Learn it or go 1
to wherever you ca
from! (Lastly....)
ARTICLE XI: You
not have the right to cha
our country's history or
itage. This country
founded on the belief in
true God. And yet, you
given the freedom
believe in any religion,
faith, or no faith at all;
no fear of persecution
phrase IN GOD
TRUST is part of ourI
itage and history, and if
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DOwn town farm craft A single vehicle traffic accident caused an hour long
> power outage in the City of Blountstown Friday night.

m market open Saturday Michael Campbell, 36, was behind the wheel of the
vehicle shown above when he crashed into a power


any Blountstown Main Street is proud to sponsor the
with downtown farmers market featuring fresh produce,
The home baked items, handmade crafts, and original art-
WE work, along with live entertainment.
her- ; The River Valley Marketplace is open the first
you Saturday of every month from 8 a.m. to noon in the
h' it, greenspace next to Wakulla Bank. Upcoming market
dates are Mar. 7 and April 4.
The marketplace was a big hit when it opened last
s Sr. fall. There have been a wide variety of booths, but the
rrior, crowds are asking for more fresh produce. If you are a
Idier farmer or have a garden and would like to make some
dian extra dollars, bring your goods to the River Valley
Marketplace.
Vendor spaces are completely FREE, but there are
some requirements:
Absolutely no flea markets or yard sales.
The vendor is responsible for all their set up items
such as tables, tents, etc. There is no electricity. If you
or use a tent, it must be white or beige so we can create a
cohesive look.
Produce must be vendor grown and sold.
Please set up a nice presentation at your booth.
There are limited spaces available for truck tailgate
vegetable sales.
If you would like to be a vendor, you must register
in advance. Again, there is no fee, but you must apply.
chil- Also, Main Street is seeking carriage rides, as well as
The entertainers to perform. Contact Kelli at 899-0500 or
you via email at kelli@thecountyrecord.net
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become a valuable asset for
this association," she
remarked. "He now stands
among you 'as a future
leader of the Florida
Peanut Producers-
Association and as a mentor
for the generations that
come behind him."
Shuler concluded with a
quote from Ken Barton,
Executive Director, Florida
Peanut' Producers
Association, "He is a-very


deserving recipient of this
year's award hot only
because of the high crop
yields he consistently pro-
duces on his farm or the
management skills and
good farming practices he'
incorporates, but also
because of his love of God,
commitment to family and
the fact he is just a nice per-
son to be around and to
have as a friend.".


pole and, overturned on SR 71 North just past the
11th Street intersection. He was charged with DUI.










CALHOUN COUNTY
Feb. 21: Anthony Bowden, resisting arrest without violence; Shannon
Murphey, burglary of conveyance; Kathy Fortner, domestic battery
Feb. 22: Melinda Grimsley, poss. m/t 20 grams marijuana, drug para-
phernalia; Timothy Grimsley, poss. m/t 20 grams marijuana, drug
paraphernalia; Anthony Barnes, poss. of cocaine, tampering with evi-
'dence; Roxarnne Nicklin, pass. m'/t 20 grams marijuana, drug para-
phernalia; David Nicklin, poss. m/t 20 grams marijuana, drug para-
phernalia
Feb, 23: Clayton Beugnet, VOCPN/VOSP
Feb. 24: Matthew Scott Grinslade, poss. 1/t 20 grams marijuana, drug
paraphernalia; James Mahsell, FTA; Debra Cook larceny, forgery, utter-
ing forged instrument; Del James Betit, DWLSR
Feb. 25: Joseph Allison Curies, poss. of meth, drug paraphernalia,
resisting arrest without violence; Marcus Ricardo Gatlin, non support;
Eliseo Solis Almeida, no valid DL; Ventura Brown, felony battery, child
Neglect; Lonnie Lynn, writ of attachment
Feb. 26: Gerald.Mitchell Williams, VOP/non-support; Jermainre Fedd,
poss. 1/t20, grams marijuana, drug paraphernalia
Feb. 27: Michael Campbell, DUI, damage to. property
Feb. 28: Richard Hanneman, DUI, DWLSR

LIBERTY COUNTY
Feb. 21: Kathy Laverne Black, hold for Calhoun; Christopher James
Hardin, burglary of structure, petit theft; Timothy Mayo, DWLSR; Kathy
Fortner, hold for,CCSO
Feb. 22: Douglas Earl Burke, simple domestic battery; Melinda Sue
Grimsley, hold for CCSO
Feb. 23:. Roxanne Nicklin, hold for CCSO; Pedro Ortuno, warrant/sex-
ual battery; William Givens, state VOP
Feb. 24: Debra Cook, hold for CCSO; Susan-Marining, hold for CCSO;
Albert Schwendeman, county VOP
Feb. 25: Dallas Rodesha Hogans, domestic battery
Feb. 27: Douglas McLean, in for cdurt

The above IndMduals were booked Into the Calhoun ,or Liberly
County Jail over the past week Although they hove been charged
with a cdime, they are considered Innocent until proven gulIty.


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ABOVE: W[steria Cafe did an outstanding job catering the banquet. AT RIGHT: Doris Traylor of Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful presents the Glow and Grow Award to Vicki Montford of Wakulla Bank.



Chamber banquet continued-


Chamber. of Commerce.
Kenny Griffin has certainly
done that.
Blountstown Main
Street presented the
Visionary Award to
Barbara Wilson who serves
as chair of the Main Street
design committee. Barbara
works with businesses on
improving their storefronts
and came up with the idea
for the awning grant pro-
gram, She was the brains
and the brawn behind the.
trees and urns downtown.
Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful presented the
Glow and Grow Award to
Vicki Montford of Wakulla
Bank in honor of the bank's
outstanding beautification
efforts.
Recognized for their
service on the Chamber
Board were Tim Adams,
Martha Settlemire, and
Tony Shoemake.
Kristy Halley Speers,


who became the Executive
Director of the Chamber
last year, was honored for
all her hard work. "
Calhoun County's new
Teacher of the Year, Link
Barber, was also recog-
nized.
Over 200 Chamber
members enjoyed a deli-
cious dinner prepared by
Wisteria Cafe.
After the meal, Al'
Wenstrand served as
keynote speaker.
Wenstrand is the President
of Florida's Great
Northwest, a regional eco-
nomic development organi-
zation representing the six-
teen counties in northwest
Florida.
At the end of the
evening, Chamber of
Commerce President Mary
McKenizie passed the gavel
to Elam Stoltzfus who will
be leading the organization
this year.


Pastor Geraldine Sheard accepts the Volunteer of the
Year Award.


Mary McKenzie accepts a plaque of appreciation for her
outstanding job as Chamber President.


Harry Hagan was recognized with the Crackerjack,
Award.


Kenny Griffin was honored with the Bobby Clark
President's Award.


Chamber President Mary McKenzie presents the Board
Member Appreciation Award to Tim Adams.


Elam Stoltzfus took over
the reigns as Chamber
President at the end of the
evening:


Chamber Director Kristy Speers, and President Mary
McKenzie present the Board Member Appreciation Award to
Martha Settlemire..


Al Wenstrand, President
df Florida's Great Northwest,
served as keynote speaker.


Tony Shoemake accepts the Board Member Appreciation
Award from Chamber Director Kristy Speers and President
Mary McKenzie.


Barbara Wilson accepts the Main Street Visionary Award
from Main Street President Angie Hill and Main Street
Manager Kelli Peacock.


Link Barber was recog-
nized as Calhqun County's
Teacher of the Year.


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Calhoun Co. Public Library


offers free computer classes'


Ready to rescue: Firefighters


trained to be first responders
Several local firefighters from
Kinard, Molsy Pond, Nettle
Ridge, and Magnoliao Volunteer
Fire Departments have been fok-
ing part in the Fireligh er 1 Iroain-
ing program that wrapped up this
week.
The 160 hour course includes
40 hours of training as a first
responder, 'enabling them to
assist emergency medical serv-
ice workers at accident scenes .
Included in the training is a seg-
ment on extricating victims from
a wrecked vehicle and that por-
tionwas hold over the weekend
Mossy Pond VFD Crief
William (Buffalo) Truax laughl
the Firelighter I course with
Paramedic'Melissa Brown donal-
ing her services to leach the hirst
responder training Carr-
Clorksville VFD Fire Cniel Dorryl
O'Bryon, along with members
Coy Huckaby and John Mallory,
volunteered lhetr time on Sunday
afternoon to reach students how
'to properly use Ihe extrication
equipment
Pictured above are the newest
firsl responders in Calhoun
County with their instructors In
the top right photo, a firefighter
cuts the rear rooi posts to remove -
Ine roof during extricalion train-
ing over the weekend At Dottom
right, a volunteer rolls the dash-
board up torelease a trapped
victim.
Class members and inslruc-
lors extend Iheir.opprecialion to Sheriff David Talum for providing the meal over Ine weekend Thanks
also to John Mallory of Mallory Towing for donating the car for Inthe extricatioon Much appreciation to
Carr-Clarksville VFD for their hospitality and for providing the jaws of tIe II lakes a special person Io
donate their time Io be trained or leach training classes and Calhoun County has he best


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Mad. -Tat Pioneer Settlement I


The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement will be having.
their annual Rummage
Sale on March 7th,.:10th,;
11th, 12th. 13th. & 14th,
2009 from 7:30 am until
the evening of each day. If
you are looking for some-
thing, I bet you could find it
there. We have everything
from clothing, farm imple-
ments, furniture, house
Shares, to collectibles and
toys. Please come out and,
joinm us.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is a livirig muse-
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A in NW 'Florida since, the
early 1800's. It is located in
Sam Atkins Park, about 1


mile west of the intersec-
tion of Hwy 71 and Hwy20.
Follow HWY 20 West out
,opf Blountstown. Look for
signs for Sam Atkins Park.


Turn North at Lindy's
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For more information,
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Liberty County Arts Council

auction, train rides Mar. 14


The Liberty' County
Arts Council will be holding
a sale, silent auction and a
regular auction on Saturday,
March 14. Sale andiSilent
auction will start at 9am,'
regular auction at 3pm
Eastern'time.
',We will have lots "to
interest everyone and it will,


all take place at the
Veteran's Memorial Civic
Centre in Bristol. It's also a
run. day for the Veterans
Memorial Railroad so come
to the Civic Centre for bar-
gains then go take a train
ride.
For further information,
call 643-5491. *


five students. Please call to
enroll ahead of time. A cur-
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The County Record, MARCH 4, 2009, Page 5


Alice Williford marked




99th birthday March 1


Alice Williford, at 99
years, remains a miracle in
slow motion! Held in high
regard by all who know her,
she is as her name implies.
"A" for Authentic, "I' for
Lover of Truth, "I" for
Independent, still, "C" for
Caring, and "E" for
Elegant.
Alice is wise and kind,
remains interest in the out-
side world. She is an avid
reader of current events
and news and she still-
works a mean crossword.
She always has time for her
friends and she holds her


Eastern Star family as top
priority. Garden and
Woman's Club remain an
important part of her life,
plus "Young at Heart"
monthly at the Baptist
church.

This amazing lady spent
her March 1st birthday at
home, having Sunday
luncheon with her family
and relatives. All had a
fine time and toasted Alice
and her many worthwhile
years on this earth. She
continues to leave her
mark! .


Woman's Club extends

support for 'Clubhouse'


BY CONNIE WILLIFORD

The Blountstown
Woman's Club met for its
monthly "brown bag" lunch
'and business meeting at.the
WT. Neal Civic Center on
Thursday, lFebruary 19,
2009. President, Jessie
Mae Price presided.
Frances Price was called.
upon for the Devotional,
and following, the Pledge of
Allegiance. Frances shared
examples of positive affir-
mations that might be prac-
ticed by a person on a daily
basis. Practicing such posi-
tives could bring a more
organized and simplified
living style, something that
seems vital in this .modern
world of "'hurry." The con-
cept, though not new, was
based on work and readings
of Louise Haye.
Following Frances'
thoughtful, presentation,
and the Pledge, President
Jessie Mae broached' an
idea about a community
service project that the
cha.er.might Undertake.
The Old Clubhouse, dating
bacF -t_ early 1930's,
wal at one time owned by
the Woman's Club of that
day. Club members were a
hard-working and dedicat-
Sed group who were strongly


united in spirit anrd purpose
Their legacy lives on. The
structure is currently at
Pioneer Settlement, and a
number of community
events have been given so
that monies for necessary
refurbishment could be
made available. It was sug-
gested and motion made to
donate an amount of money
for this purpose. All were
in favor of this idea, realiz-
ing also. that the Clubhouse
would be a perfect setting
for future meetings, hosting
of various chapters who
come to our community for
annual events, and the like.
Time for lunch' and
many thanks to Hostesses
Gail Wood. and Alice
Williford for their refresh-
ments -- coffee and iced'tea,
Lazy Susan of mixed nuts
and M&M's, and delicious
Italian Cream Cake.
At last the fun of the day
was ,on' the agenda. Jessie
Mae Price brought the
group into preparation for
the Sweetheart Auction.
Members -had brought_
'white elephants',. though as
it tiinied o&t, all items were
diverse, clever, and worthy
of winning. Members bid
on a particular item, with
See WOMAN'S CLUB, page 10.


ALICE WILLIFORD. ..STILL.GOING STRONG AT 99!


.BIT
ANONCMN


Jonathan Alexander Medina
Jonathan Alexander
Medina was born in Jackson
Hospital on January 29,
;2009 at 10:53 a.m: He
weighed S pounds. 6 ounces
and was 20-1/2 ncnes long
He" is -th" son" of Ashley
Medina and the grandson of
Efrain, and Aletha Medina of
Blountstown, FL.


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thousands of homes, businesses, and industries.
in Florida. Energy, whether it be in the form of
gas. electricity. oil, water, etc., when uncontrolled.
can be dangerous.
-Even though a record of safe operations has
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a' potentially hazardous condition .and take,
appropriate action to safeguard life and property.
Q WHAT ARE' SOME 'OF THE
CHARACTERISTICS OF NATURAL GAS A
USER SHOULD KNOW?
A. Natural Gas is a mixture of hydrocarbons
composed mainly of mefhane.and exhibits the
following characteristics:
1. Odorless an odor is added to this gas.
2; It is lighter than air and if released will rise
.into the atmosphere unless trapped.
3. It is nontoxic. However, as with any burning
process, incomplete, combustion will form carbon
monoxide which is toxic.
4. It is colorless.
5. It has a flammability range of from 4% to
14% (approximate values by volume of gas to
air).
Q. IS NATURAL GAS DANGEROUS?
A. Gas, like all forms of energy, is capable of
doing damage and must be used properly.
However, the experience with natural gas use
shows it to be more safe than other energy
sources which you use in your home or business.
Possible hazards include fire, explosion, and
disruption of normal activities.
Q. WHAT SHOULD YOU KNOW ABOUT
GAS ODOR?
A. 1. Natural gas does not normally have an
odor.
2. A substance is added by your gas company
to give natural gas a "rotten-egg smell should it
escape..


Natural

3. Become familiar with the smell. Should you
detect this odor, it doesn't positively tell you that
there is a gas leak; but this is sufficient reason for
you to call your gas company.and have/them
investigate,
Q. WHAT ADDITIONAL WAYS CAN YOU
DETECT A GAS LEAK?
A. 1, When the ground is wet, you may detect
a leak by seeing bubbles rising through puddles
of water in a uniform manner.
2. A larger leak of gas from underground.
piping may be able to be seen by sand blowing
around a small hole in the ground; it may be felt
just as you may feel air leaking. ,
3. A flame at or around appliance piping other
than at the burner indicate leakage.:
Q. THE FACT THAT A "ROTTEN-EGG"
ODOR IS DETECTED, DOES THAT MEAN
THAT THERE IS'A NATURAL GAS LEAK?
A. No, but this should be checked .to assure
that the odor isn't an indication of a gas leak. Call
your gas company and report it. Odors similar to
that of natural gas may some from the following:
1. A sewer system.
2. A water aeration play which has a sulphur
content.
3. Swamps or bogs.
4. Areas where the land has been filled, etc.
Q. IF THERE IS A GAS LEAK WILL YOU
ALWAYS SMELL AN ODOR?C
A. No. If gas leaks from an:.above ground
pipe, there should always ben an odor. However,,
when gas travels through the ground, such as a
leak from an underground service line or main,
the ground acts as a filter.and can remove the
odor from the gas.
Q. WHY ISN'T A GAS ODOR SMELLED
WHEN THE GAS IS BURNED ON A GAS
RANGE OR FURNACE?
A. The material used to odorize the gas is
flammable and is consumed in- the process of
burning. If your equipment'is properly adjusted


iGas &

you should not detect the odor when you are
using your appliances.
Q. WHAT CAN ONE DO TO REDUCE
THE POSSIBILITY OF AN ACCIDENT?
A. First keep the emergency telephone
number of your gas company handy. A good
place to keep this number is to write it down in
the front of your telephone book'along with other
emergency telephone numbers such as fire,
police, etc.
Other things which should be done to improve
safety, as well as conserve energy, are:
1. Teach children that they are not to play with
any appliances in the home.
2. Clean the burners and have'them checked
for proper adjustments periodically.
3. Repairs, installations, and .removal of
appliances are jobs for qualified persons. Use
only qualified people to do this work.
4. If lighting of an appliance is required,
ALWAYS light match and hold at ignitition
point of burner before you turn on the gas.
5. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for
operation and care of gas appliances.
6. Never take a chance. If you think you
smell qgs; call your gas company.

Q. WHAT SHOULD BE DONE-WHEN
ONE BELIEVE HE SMELLS GAS?
A. If a slight odor is detected in a localized
area or room of a building DO NOT use a
match or other flame in the area; call the gas
company immediately.
S.2. If a strong odor of gas is detected in a
building or other confined space DO NOT
operate electric switches, light matches, or use
an open flame; however, DO open windows
and doors to ventilate the area (caution: don't
turn on the exhaust fans). Leave the building,
and call the gas company.
3. IF A STRONG ODOR IS DETECTED IN
A BUILDING AND/OR A HISSING SOUND IS
HEARD -DO NOT operate electrical switches,


Safety

lights, or ,other devices; DO evacuee, the
building, leaving exit doors on your way out,
warn' persons to say clear of the building land
call the fire department and gas company
immediately from another location.
4. If the odor of gas is detected outside ( in
the yard, ar the sidewalk, etc.) immediately
call the gas company.

SAFETY IS YOUR BUSINESS. Educate
your family and friends about the precautions
to take when they believe they smell the odor
of gas.

CAUTION: The term "GAS" is used by the
news media and others to include a variety of
products such as liquefied petroleum gases
(propane, butane) gasoline and natural gas.
Each product has its own characteristics which
differ from one another, thus the information
given in this advertisement is applicable only
to NATURAL GAS.


NEVER POSTPONE
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THAT YOU SMELL GAS.


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4770 to make sure you're not unknowingly
placing your safety at risk. Florida law says
homeowners must call two full business days
before digging in any easement, right of way or
permitted use area. Contractors are required to
call in every job that involves digging or disturbing
the earth's surface. The City of Blountstown asks
you, as a home owner or business owner, to call
City Hall at *850) 674-5488 prior to your doing
any kind of digging due to our services being in
your yard. This is a free service to help keep
Florida safe.
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State tourney teams treated




to Calhoun Co. hospitality


Wildcats shutout by Wewa,



Malone;.sting Hornets, 10-1


BY JIM McINTOSH
WEWA HITCHKA,
FEBRUARY 24-Altha's
Corey Barton put the jun-
i ior varsity Wildqats' first
run. on the. board against
1the Wewahitchka Gators in
the top of the second'
inning. ; After he walked
two wild pitches' and a
pitcher's balk allowed him
to cross the dish.
However, the, Gators
tied' it-the bottom of that
inning.
Altha (0-2) scored their
final 2 runs in the third
inning. Justin Waldroffand
Porter Smith led off with
singles. Kyler Dew and
Corey Barton followed suit
with singles of' their own,
plating Waldroff and Smith.
Wewa put ip 5 runs in
the 'bottom of the frame to
seci ?e a 6-3 win.
'1 T'e varsity Wildcats (0-
3) were shutout 10-0 in 5
innings.
Singles by Tyler Huff
and Jacob Warher were
Altha's only, hits of the
game. -
'MALONE, REBRU-
ARY 26-Although
Malone took a 1-0 first
inning lead, the junior var-
sity Wildcats exploded for
7-second inning runs.
Brendan Dew led off the
inning by reaching on a
throwing error by the
Tigers' shortstop. Dew
advanced to second base on
a wild pitch. Zach Morris
found himself on first base
after being hit by a pitch.
Jae Fielder, Jacob O'Bryan
and Kent Roger's all drew
walks. O'Bryan and
Rogers were credited with
RBIs as Brendan and
Morris scored as a result of
their walks. Justin
Waldroff drew a two-out
walk that allowed Fielder
to touch home plate.
Porter Smth followed by
roping a double over the
head of the Tigers' center-
fielder that allowed
O'Bryan, Rogers and
Waldroff to roll up a 6-1
score.
Malone picked, a run in
their half of the second
inning to make it a 6-2 ball-
game.
Altha (0-3) would pick
up that run in the top of the
third inning. Brendan Dew
led off by singling though
the left side and he stole
second base. With two outs
Jacob O'Bryan singled to
centerfield that brought
Brendan home and gave
the Wildcats a 7-2 lead.
However, that lead was
short-lived as Malone post-
ed 9 runs in their frame of
the third inning to .defeat
Altha, 11-7.
For the second straight
game the Altha varsity
Wildcats were shutout only
by a different *opponent,'
the Malone Tigers, 10-0.
The only two Wildcats.


(0-4) who -had hits was.
'Iyrler Huff and Jake
Edenfield. Huff had a sin-
gle and stolen base to lead
6ff the game. Edenfield
ripped his double to right
centerfield- in the fifth
inning. .
COTTONDALE, FEB-
RUARY 27-The Hornets
scored a run in the top of
the third but the junior var-. \
sity Wildcats took, a 2-1'
lead in the top of the fourth
inning. Aaron Young was
issued a leadoff walk then
he stole second base. -
Brendan Dew reached on
an' infield single to the left
side. Hunter Chason's one,
out walk loaded the bases.
With two outs Jesse Hall
was hit by a pitch and that
allowed Young to score.
Jacob O'Bryan's'. single
through the right side
allowed Brendan to cross
home plate.
Altha (0-3-1) would
scratch out another run in
the fifth inning. Aaron
Young reached on a one out
walk. With two outs
Brendan Dew singled
through the right side to
score Young and to put the
Wildcats on top, 3-1.
But Cottondale scored 2
runs in the bottom ,of the
fifth inning. With two outs
and runners on second and.
third the Hornets were
poised to win the. game.
However, Altha's leftfielder
Brendan Dew made a great
running catch on a dying
quail to preserve a 3-3 tie.
With his arm and bat
senior Ethan Byler led the
varsity Wildcats to there
first win .in their district
opener against the
Cottondale Hornets, 10-1.
Pitching his first com-
plete game, Byler kept the
HorAets off balance
throughout the contest.
Byler struck out .14 of the
26 batters he faced,
allowed .only 3 hits, he sur-
rendered only 3 walks, and
he was credited with the
Hornets' lone run.
Byler was equally
impressive with his bat.
He launched 2 homeruns
and a bases loaded walk
gave him 5 RBIs on the
night.
The Wildcats started
rolling in the first inning.
Leadoff batter Tyler Huff
drew a walk after working
the count full. Jake
Edenfield reached on a
fielding error by the right
fielder. Ethan Byler took a
0-1 pitch and launched a 3-
run rocket over the left
centerfield fence and over
the softball field's backstop.
It was an estimated 400-
foot bomb.
Altha's Brett Floyd led
off the second inning with
his first hit of the season--a
single through the right
side. Next, Tyler Huff exe-
cuted a sacrifice bunt to
move Floyd to second base.


Then Jake Edenfield
reached on an infield single
to the left .side and Floyd
moved to third base.
Cottondale's catcher's field-
ing error allowed Floyd to
score to give the Wildcats a
4-0 lead.
Continuing their bom-
bardment in, the third
inning, Altha posted 5
more runs. Jeremy
O'Bryan was issued a lead-
'off walk. He advanced to
second base on a passed
ball and, courtesy of a wild
pitch, O'Bryan took third.
Anthony Young plated
O'Bryan with his two-out
groundout to the 'third
baseman. Both Brett
Floyd and Tyler Hiuff
walked. Then Jake
Edenfield reached on his
second consecutive infield
single. Ethan Byler drew a
bases-loaded walk that
allowed Floyd to cross
home .plate. Next, Corey
Johnson 's towering infield
fly was misplayed by the
Hornets second baseman.
Because Huff and
Edenfield were already in
motion, they scored easily
on the play.
Cottondale scored their
only run in the third inning.
The Wildcats made it a
9-1 ballgame in the fifth
inning. Tyler Huff drew a
leadoff walk and reached
second base on a wild pitch.
With one out Ethan Byler
walked. Then Corey
Johnson's single toleft field
plated Huff.
Ethan Byler posted
Altha's tenth run when he
turned around a 2-1 pitch
and jacked it over the cen-
terfield fence.
Other than Byler there
were four other Wildcats
who contributed to Altha's
8 hits. Brett Floyd had a
hit in his only official at bat
and he scored twice. Jake
Edenfield went 2 for 5,
scored 2 runs and stole 2
bases. Corey Johnson was
2 for 5 and racked up 3
RBIs. Jacob Warner was 1
for 5 in the game.
Not only did Altha have
their best night offensively
of this young season, they
did work defensively com-
mitting only one error
while Cottondale made 6
errors.
The Wildcats look to
continue their winning
ways this week. The junior
varsity hosted Blountstown
on Monday and the varsity
traveled to Bozeman yes-
terday. (Check out the
game details in next week's
issue). Tomorrow
(Thursday) the junior var-
sity .will be playing at
Grand Ridge in a 3:30 pm
(CT) game. Friday the
Sneads Pirates come to
"THE COTTON PATCH"
for a 4:00 pm (CT) JV
game., At 5:30 pm (CT)
the Altha School faculty
will have a chili cook-off at


the Hardball Cafe that the
public is .invited to attend.
Chili, chili pies, and hot
dogs will be served during
the district match up
between Sneads and Altha,
which is slated for a 6:00
pm (CT) start. The
Wildcats wrap-up their
week against Franklin
County in a tournament
hosted by Liberty County
High School in Bristol. At
press time the time of this
game was not known. For
game time information, you
may contact Altha School
at 762-3121 or go to
Altha's website,
www.althaschool.org., click
on "other school info" for
the game time on the
schedule.
GO WILDCATS AND
I'LL SEE YOU AT THE
GAMES!!!


The top 16 community college basketball teams in Florida
arrived in Marianna this week for the Florida Junior College
Men's and Women's State Basketball Tournament set for
March 4-7 in Chipola's Milton H. Johnson Health Center.
Robert Trammell and Calhoun-Liberty boosters hosted a
cookout at the Trammell barn in Calhoun County Monday
night to honor the athletes.





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The County Record, MARCH 4, 2009, Page 7


Diamonds in the Rough

Day of Baseball Mar. 14


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BHS baseball season underway; travel to LCHS Friday
Tiger baseball season is here! The varsity boys are back on the diamond and hosted Malone on Monday. They have
-had a challenging start to their young season, but are persevering. They travel to Liberty County on Friday with game time
at 6 p.m. CST. Team members include (front row, from left) Michael Leonard, Tyler Daniels, Jordan Sweinhart, Anthony
Curry, (middle) Brett Digsby, Patrick Pitts, Stephen Smith, Garrison Bailey, (back) Jeremy Watson, Joey Sandefur, Jason
Money, Roger Abbott, Dowling Lee, and Coach Emory Horne.


The Liberty County
Recreation Department, in
conjunction with the
Liberty County Bulldog
baseball team, would like to
invite interested partici-
pants out to participate in
the "Diamonds in the
Rough Day of Baseball" to
be held Saturday, Mar. 14,
at 8:30 a.m. EST at the
LCHS baseball field.
This all day event is
open to boys age 13-16.
The young men will learn a
more advanced approach to
the game in will receive
hands on and personal
training from former college
and professional baseball
players." At least 2 years of
baseball experience is
required. Registration
prior to the event is pre-
ferred. Lunch will be pro-
vided.
*Please note every par-
ticipant must wear BASE-
BALL PANTS! NO


SHORTS OR JEANS will
be allowed.
Also in the event of
cold weather, participants
must have long sleeves.
Areas Covered:
Defense
Pitching
Hitting
Base-Running
For further information
on registration please call
Richie Smith @ (850)643-
2175.







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News & Ads
Monday at
Noon


Lady Tigers take




on Wildcats Friday


Kimberly Jenks offered a
double. Starr and Ann
Marie Silcox each had a
single.

The J.V. girls took on
Malone Feb. 23 and won
19-5. Starr shined on the
mound once again to get
the win. Shayla Chason,
Silcox, Crocker, Tiffany
Abbott, Burch and Starr


were leading hitters.
Bozeman stole the J.V
Tigers' thunder when they
edged them 10-9 Feb. 24.
Starr took the loss in relief
of Kaycee Yon. Starr,
Chason, and Audrey
Eubanks led at bat.
The Lady Tigers travel
to Altha Friday with game
time at 6 p.m. (varsity
only).


Registration continues

for Liberty youth league


The Liberty County
Recreation Department
would like to remind every-
one that youth league base-
ball, softball, and T-ball
registration is still beingg
held. Registration forms
are available in the recre-
ation office at Veterans
Memorial Civic Center.
Cost of registration will


be $50 per participant
which will be due upon reg-
istration along with copy of
birth .certificate.
Registration will end
.Monday March ,9th.,

For further information
please call the Recreation
Department at (850)643-
2175.


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The Lady Tigers are
back on the diamond with
an overall record of 3-4 and,
a 1-0 standing in the dis-
trict.
BHS took on Chipley in
their first regular game of
the season Feb. 12 and lost,
5-1. Ellen Williams took
the loss on the mound.
Brittany Griffin led at the
plate, going 2 for 3 with two
singles and an RBI. Cherie
Hires, Ellen Williams, and
Anna Kelley each had a
single.
The Lady Tigers trav-
eled to Marianna Feb. 16
and were defeated. 11-1, in
txfintlings. Griffin was the
l1singipitc"her. Erin 1fowler,
1 Hires, and Griffin each con-
tributed a single in the
effort.
The first game home of
the season was Feb. 19
when East Gadsden came
to.town. The BHS girls put
the bats in motion and won
23-3 in four and a half
innings. Williams was the
winning pitcher, putting her
record at 1-1. Hires was 5
for 5, with 7 RBIs, three
doubles, an two singles.
Kelley, Sierra Chason, and
Selena Williams each had
.two singles and two RBIs.
The Tigers took part in
the Rise Ball Classic in Port
St. Joe Feb. 21. In the first
game, they were defeated
by Mosley, 11-1. Griffin
was on the mound for BHS.
Chason, Hires, Griffin, and,
Lindsey Doyal each offered
a single.
The second game for the
Lady Tigers in the tourna-
ment was again Cottoridale.
BHS was shutout, 7-0.
Williams took the loss on
the mound.
Back at home on Feb.
23, the Lady Tigers hosted
Malone and won, 17-7.
Griffin improved her pitch-
ing record to 1-2. Leading
hitters were Hires with a
double, two singles and two
RBIs; Chason with three
singles and three RBIs;
* Kelsey Bontrager with
three singles and an RBI;
Kelley, Griffin, Doyal, and
Secora Bell with two hits a
piece.
BHS was bound for
Bozeman on Feb. 24 and
brought home an 8-5 win.
Griffin was the winning
pitcher. Kelley led with two
triples. Fowler had a dou-
ble, single, and three RBIs.
Williams offered two sin-
gles.
In J.V action, the Lady
Tigers have a 2-2 record.
They lost .to Chipley Feb.
12 with a score of 9-1.
Genny Starr was the losing
pitcher. Starr, Amber
Butch, and Stephanie
Martin each had a single.
Against Marianna Feb.
16, the J.V. girls celebrated
their first win of the season,
6-5. Starr was the winning
pitcher. Caitlin Crocker
provided two singles.


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BLOUNTSTOWN BLOUNTSTOWN



ElEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS HIGH SCHOOL NEWSBLO


Perdue 1st in math event;


SGA helping Jerry's Kids


Fun for all ages at Family


Reading and Math Night

Elementary School held its
Family Reading and Math .
Night on Tesday,
February 24.
Parents and their, chil-
dren began the evening by
reading, together in the D
Media Center. and then,
taking Accelerated Reader
tests. Afterwards, every- ..r
one went to the cafeteria to
participate in some. won-
'defful,' hands-on math -... --
actiities. 'Students prac-
ticed their measurement
skills while making a 'lus-
cibus, chocolate pudding
parfait. .- eating them 'when they students 'who helped the
,There ,was a center were finished. Students youngsters learn all about
where students created learned all 'about clocks, polygons.
three-dimensiorial figuress reflections, and ,,had fun As,always, students and
out of marshmallows and making patterns With parents had a wonderful
coffee stirrers, Students Tangrams. Stephanie time.
alsob enjoyed figuring out Brogden,, from The next Family
the'. fractions of different Blountstown "Middle,' Reading Night will be held
colored Skittles in a pack- School, was there ',along on April 20. Don't miss out
age. They especially 'liked with some middle school on the fun.







ALTHALTHA SAH Nw


Kids of Character named;


yearbooks now on sale


Kids of Character
Principal Ronnie Hand
proudly announces, Altha
School's Kids of Character
for the month of January.

They include (pictured
above, front row, from left)
Allyson Mears, Chloe
Chapman, Bettyanne
Crank, Alexx Miles, (sec-
ond row) Michelle Aaron,
Harley Willis, Heavin
Anderson, Dallas Jones,
(back row) Taryn Yand,
Aleisa Griffin, Selena
Lynn, Alyssa Moore, and
Brittany Peterson. Not pic-
tured: Carly Young and
Josiah Weathers.


'2009 Yearbook Orders
The deadline for order-
ing your copy of the 2009
"A Year Like No Other"
Wildcat yearbook is fast
approaching. Ordering by
March 31 is the only way to
assure that you will have a
copy of this school year's
memories. The price is
$40.00. You may send your
order with your student or
come by the media center
to place your order.

Senior News
A senior ad in the year-
book is a permanent way to
tell your senior how proud
you are of him or her. We


will help you plan an ad
that captures the personali-
ty of your senior. There are
a limited number of ad
pages available in the year-
book. Contact us if you are
interested. Payment is due
by March 31. If you have
any questions, please call
the media center at 762-
3448 or email
waldorff_s@firn.edu.

Calendar
Thursday, Mar. 5, Boys
Weightlifting @ Wewa, 3
p.m.; Middle School
Baseball @ Grand Ridge,

See ALTHA NEWS, page 9


Mathematics
Olympics
BHS competed in the
.Wallace Mathematics
Olympics last Friday,
February 27th. This com-
petition was held at
Wallace College in Dothan,
Alabama, and we are.
pleased to announce; that
sophomore Harlea Perdue
won first place, in the
Geometry event.
In addition, freshman
Travis Pittman placed fifth
in the Geometry event and
freshman Caitlyn Stewart
placed fifth in the Algebra
I event.
Congratulations to these -
students! .

Sports News
By: Junicia Baker
Baseball season is here
again and Coach Home has
his goals set. along with
assistant coach Coach,
Granger. Coach Home
plans to establish some
young players for the
future. The baseball team
this year consists of 15
'player's 2-seniors, 3-jun-
.iors, 4-sophomores, and ,6-
freshmen. Coach Home
would like to say "We are
very young and inexperi-
enced but I feel like we are
making great strides and
getting better." Coach
Home also mentioned an
All Alumni Game set for
Friday April 10th. Anyone,
interested in participating,
contact Coach Home at
BHS 674-5724. .
Track is up and running
now with Coach Davis. He
plans to' take as man,,, stu-
dentri athletes"'to state- as"'
possible. So far the "trbk'
team consists of 25' mem-
bers. Coach Davis reports,
"I'm excited to be coaching
a good group of athletes
that work hard. and have
their ambitions set on being
the best." We here at BHS
would like to wish good luck
to the up and coming track
team.

BHS Whips the FCAT
By: Ashlea Hester
The infamous FCAT
will 'be arriving to BHS
next 'Tiesday. The students
have been preparing to
conquer the FCAT by
attending after school read-,
ing and math workshops.
held by the math and read-
ing departments. In order
to pump up and motivate
the underclassmen, seniors


SGA members Hira Farooqi.(left) and Kristen Peacock are
shown with some of the shamrocks being sold to raise funds'for
Jerry's Kids Muscular Dystrophy Association.'


are putting on an action
packed FCAT pep rdlly
with the theme "Whip the
FCAT." Students 'who
show learning gains with
this year's FCAT will be
eligible for awesome, prizes
ranging from Wal-Mart gift
cards to a flat screen TV! If
juniors put forth 100%
effort on the FCAT Science
test, they will be allowed to
go off campus for lunch
(with -parent permission)
the last three weeks of
school! Studentsand teach-
ers have worked hard all
year preparing for this test.
We are) expecting a won-
derful outcome!

MDA Fundraiser at


BHS
By: Kimberley Taylor
The Blountstown High
School SGA is raising
money for Jerry's Kids
Muscular Dystrophy
Association. They are sell-
ing green shamrocks for $1
and Gold Shamrocks for
$5. SGA recently' spon-
sored a bake sale at school
and raised $60 towards the
MDA fundraiser. The
deadline for buying sham-
rocks is March 17, 2009.
They hope to reach the goal
of ,$500. This'fundraiser is
one 'of the several big
events that SGA incorpo-
rates in their busy calendar
See BHS NEWS, page 9


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CARMART

of Bl01ountstown
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The County Record, MARCH 4, 2009, Page 9


Coley scholarship fund grows

Friends of the late David Coley recently added $61,000 to the David Coley Scholarship
Fund at Chipola College. Pictured from left,, are: David's son Vance, David's daughter Kristin,
David's wife Rep. Marti Coley, Chipola president Dr. Gene Prough, Kris Money of the Florida
Republican Party, Chipola board member Gary Clark and event host Robert Trammell.



Stephen Lee, Tyler McClellan


compete in WFEC Youth Tour


West Florida Electric
Cooperative (WFEC)
recently joined other co-ops
from across the state in
Tallahassee for the- 2009
State Youth Tour. During
this two-day trip to the
Capitol, local' high school
juniors chosen by their
principals, and guidance
counselors for excellence,
and whose parents or
guardians are members of
WFEC, visited the Mary
Brogan Museum of Art
where they toured the
exhibit, Our Body The
Universe Within. Youth
Tour participants also
enjoyed a private tour of
the Governor's Mansion.
The students also visited,
the Florida House of
Representatives where
they participated in a mock
legislative session, propos-
ing and debating bills. In
addition, students visited
the Supreme Court where
they participated in a mock
trial.
Contestants represent-
ing* WFEC in Tallahassee
were:, Stephen Lee. Altha
School; Tyler McClellan,
Blountstowh' High School;
Preston Wilson, Chipley
High School; Brooke
Vickery, Cottondale 'High
School; Cassandra
Delgado, Graceville High
School; Amber Nolin,'
Holmes County High
School; Jeffrey Peeler,
Malone High School;
Samantha Barnes,
Marianna High ;' School;
Keaton Peak, Ponce De
Leon High School; Robert


WFEC Youth Tour contestants include (L-R, front row)
Tyler McClellan, Blountstown High School; Cassandra
Delgado, Graceville High School; Rachel Pelt, Sneads High
School; Rep. Marti Coley; amber Nolin, Holmes County High
School; Samantha Barnes, Marianna High School;(L-R, back
row) Brooke Vickery, Cottondale High School,; Keaton Peak,
Ponce De Leon High School; Jeffrey Peeler, Malone School;
Preston Wilson, Chipley High School; Stephen Lee, Altha
School and Robert, Hawkins, Poplar Springs High School..


Hawkins, ,Poplar'. Springs
High School and Rachel
Pelt, Sneads High School.
WFEC's eleven
Youth'. Tour contestants
competed for an all-expens-
es-paid trip to Washington.
D.C, where they .will join
other eleventh 'grade stu-
dents from all 'over the
United States to tour the
nation's capitol in June. A
panel of three judges from
the electric cooperative
industry interviewed the
students and chose two.
winners and an alternate
on Thursday, February. 26,
2009. The winners :were
Preston Wilson, Chipley
High, School and Rachel
Pelt, Sneads High' School.
The alternate winner was
Cassandra Delgado from


Graceville High School.
The Washington, D.C.
Youth Tour Program has
been in existence since
1957 when, co-ops sent stu-
dents to Washington, .D.C,
to work during the summer.
*.By;, 1964- ,.the..,program
caught on, and the National
Rural Electric Cooperative
Association (NRECA)
began to coordinate the
efforts of theco-ops. Since
then, thousands of young,
people .have. experienced,
this opportunity.

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3:30 p.m.; Middle School
Softball (Doubleheader) @
Poplar Springs 4 p.m.


and they are determined to
meet their goal. .

Senior Class of '09
The Blountstown High
School senior class is' selling
chicken dinners to raise
funds for graduation.
Plates are $6 each and
include leg quarters, potato
salad, green beans, bread
and cake. Free delivery is.
offered for orders of at least
5 plates at one, location.
Pick-up location is the cor-
ner lot of Highway 20 and
Highway 71. Available
'times are from 11:00-1:00.
Pre-orders are due by


Friday, Mar. 6,
JV/Varsity Baseball vs.
Sneads, 4/6:30 p.m.;


March 4.
674-5724.
674-8865.


School Phone:
School Fax:


Calendar of Events
Wed., .March 4, Herff
Jones deliveries for Seniors,
10:00-1:00
Fri., March 6, Baseball,
away at Liberty @ 6:00
Mon., March 9, FCAT
pep rally
Tues., March 10,
. Reading FCAT; End of 3rd
nine weeks'
Wed., March 11, Math
FCAT; Track at Liberty @
1:30


Varsity Softball vs.
Blountstown, 6 p.m.
Saturday, Mar. 7,
Varsity Baseball @
Franklin County, TBA
Tuesday, Mar. 10,
FCAT Grades 3 10
Wednesday, Mar. 11
and 'Thursday, Mar. 12 -
FCAT Grades 3 5. and
11
Thursday, Mar. 12,
Boys Weightlifting vs. St.
, Joe, 3 p.m.; Middle School
Baseball vs. Grand Ridge,
3:30 p.m.; Varsity Softball
vs. Bozeman, 6 p.m.
Friday, Mar. 13, End of
3rd Nine Weeks; Middle
School/Varsity Softball @
Munroe, 3/5 p.m.; Middle
School/Varsity Baseball @
Blountstown, 3:30/6 p.m.
Saturday, Mar. 14,
Varsity Baseball @ Liberty
County, 1 p.m.


Early Learning

Coalition policy

meet March 5
The Early Learning
Coalition of Northwest
Florida will hold a person-
nel and policy committee
meeting on Thursday,
March 5, at 9 a.m. CST at
the Calhoun County Public
Library, 17731 NE Pear
Street, B'lountstown.
Call-in # is 1-888-808-
6959, guest code: 7475102
The tentative agenda
includes policy updates and
changes.
This meeting is open to
the public. Interested citi-
zens and media are wel-
come to attend. Date, Time,
and Location are subject to
change.
For additional informa-
tion regarding this meeting
or agenda, call (850) 747-
5400, ext. 100.

Homeschoolers


need to prepare

for the FOAT
Homeschool students
who' need to take the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT)
need to contact the guid-
ance counselor of their
home school as soon as pos-
sible to be included in the
testing.
Testing will be adminis-
tered March 10-15.
Students must make prior
arrangements in order to be
tested.

Neal Scholarship
meetings Mar. 17
at the Civic Center
Pete Davis, with the
W.T. Neal Scholarship, will
be at Blountstown High
School to -speak to all
Seniors on Tuesday,' March
17th, at 1:00 p.m.. He will
also be at the W.T. Neal
Civic Center on that same
afternoon from 1:30 5:00
to answer any questions
that you might have regard-
ing the scholarship. Parents
are invited to attend either
of those meetings.


Joy Ree Ashmore named

Chipola Employee of Month i
Mathematics instructor Joy Ree Ashmore (right) was cho-
sen as the. Chipola College Faculty/Administrator of the '$
month for February. Here, she accepts the award from Dr.,
Rose Cavin, director of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.


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Mrs. Vonnie K. Sellers,
94, of Blountstown, FL,
and a native of
Cottonwood, AL, passed
away Wednesday night,
February 25, 2009, at
Blountstown Health and
Rehabilitation Center in
Blountstown.
* She, her husband, and
son moved to Blountst6wn
60 years ago. She was a
homemaker, cafeteria
worker at. Blountstown
High School, and an
employee of Bailey's
Department Store until
retirement when she and
*her husband provided a
loving, caring environment
as babysitters for their
great nieces and nephews.
Preparing meals for family
members and having family
visits were. special enjoy-
ments for her. She was a
member of the Christian
Home Freewill Baptist
Church.
She was preceded in
death' by Spurgeon, her
husband of 71 years, two
daughters, one son, and five
siblings.
Survivors include one'
son and daughter-in-law,
Clarence and Sandra
iSellers, of Tallahassee; .one
brother, Leonard Kirkland,
of Blountstown; two grand-
sons, Jeff Sellers and his
wife, Kelly, of Tallahassee,
Steve Sellers and his wife,
Nicole,' of Panama City;
two great-grandchildren,
'Paul and Krista Sellers of
Tallahassee.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, February ,
28, at 2:00. p.m. (CT) at
Christian Home, Freewill
Baptist 'Church with Rev,
Ron Burger officiating.
Interment. followed in the
Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
Blountstown.
All arrangements were
under the direction. of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral 'Home ,'in
Blountstown (ph: 850-674-
2266).

CLIFFORD JOHN
THARPE III
Mr .. Clifford,-, John-
Tharpe. .III, 38, -of Ft. '
Lauderdale, FL and a for
mer resident of Calhoun
County, passed away
Friday, February 27, 2009,
at his home..
SHe was born on March'
26,.1970, in Port St. Joe, '
and had lived in Ft.
L Lauderdale for the past"
three months, coming from
Blountstowh. He worked
as' a rehab therapist and
was a 1988 graduate of


The family of Harv'ey
Detweiler wishes to offer
our sincere thanks and
appreciation. to. all our
friends for the many expres-
sions of kindness and sym-
pathy given during the pass-
ing of our loved one, Harvey
Detweiler.
A special thanks to
CovenAnt Hospice and
Rivertown' Community
Church for helping us
through this time of loss and
grieving.
The Detweiler Family

Woman's Club-
lastname on. a list being the
winner. A second auction
took place using quarters-
only and incorporating fast
bidding. A lovely period
doll, of good size, was the
item Gail Wood ended up
winning. All had a fine time-
with this diversion and a
good Treasury amount was
added to the coffers.
President Price -suggest-
ed past minutes be read at
the March meeting since
time was of essence. It was
noted that the March meet-
ing would 'have an
International theme and be
potluck. Details for the
February 22nd trip to
Panama City for the Arts &
Crafts Festival were dis-
cussed with info that seven
from our chapter would, be
attending, several taking art
projects that they had
made. These had previous-
ly won First. Prize at a for-
mer local meeting and
would be entered in the
Panama City competition.
President Jessie Mae
Price thanked all for their
enthusiasm and show of
camaraderie.


Grand Ridge High School
and attended Chipola Jr.
College. He was of the
Pentecostal Holiness 'faith.
Survivors include his
mother and stepfather,
Joan E. Melvin and her
husband, Frank, of
Blountstown; one brother,
Jeffery Wade-Tharpe, and
his wife, Carrie, of Grarnd
Ridge; one sister, Laura J.
Bailey and her husband,
Timothy, of Clarksville;
maternal grandmother,
Jeanette Lee, of Port St.
Joe; several nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, March 3, at
1:00 p.m. (CT-) at Shady
Grove Pentecostal Holiness
Church near Grand Ridge
with Rev. Kelvin Johnson
arid Rev. Billy Rich officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the' Shady Grove
Cemetery.
All. arrangements were
under the direction of





to Pyrem er
We are
never
prepared for
the passing:
Sof a loved
one, even
TimAdams when the,
FnwaotDireor passing
comes .after
a long and
serious illness. And ,when
the loss is sudden and
unexpected, the shock can
be overwhelming No matter
the circumstances of loss,
there is always sadness,
heartache, and emptiness.
You have a right to grieve
and to heal Healing doesn't
mean forgening your loss.
You never will. Rather,
healing helps you to accept
it as part of your life and : .
move on. If you're one of the"
family members we have
.served, we would, like you to
know you are still in our
thoughts. ,
No matter how short, no
matter how long, a life
lived is never lost to "
those who remember.

1ADAMS
FUNERAL HOME
674-5449 -643-5410.
www.adamsfh.com


Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).

DONALD L. (SPUD)
DAVIS
Mr. Donald L. (Spud)
Davis, 65, of Blountstown,
FL, passed away Saturday,
February 28, 2009.
Spud was born on
December 13, 1943, in
Calhoun ,Courity and had
lived here all of his life. He
worked in construction and
was owner and operator of
his own lawn service. Spud
was a 1961 graduate of
Blountstown High School.
He was preceded in
death by his father, John
'Elton Davis, and a son,
Jeffery Donnell Davis.
Survivors include his
mother, Ida Lee Davis, of
Blountstown; one daughter,
Lisa Ross, of Woodville;
one brother, John Davis,
and his wife, Dottie, of
Kinard; two grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.'
Funeral -services will be
held Thursday, March 5, at
11:00 a.m. (CT) at Peavy
Funeral Home Chapel with
Rev. Dan Yoder and Mr.
Virgil Mayo officiating.
Interment.will follow in the
Nettle Ridge Cemetery in
Blountstown. The family
will .receive friends
Wednesday, March 4, 2009,
from 6:00 8:00 p.m. at
Peavy Funeral Home.
All arrangements are
under the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).

,': .





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aMonday at Noo I:
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county record.net
jFax 674-5008 ~
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Monday Noon


Aglow retreat to
be held March 21

The women's Aglow
International Northwest
Florida Area Retreat is set
for Saturday, Mar. 21, from
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Niceville Assembly of God.
The church is located at
108 Highway 85 North in
Niceville. Lunch will be
provided: The cost is $15.
Guest speaker will be
Jonell (Rehfuss) Gerland.
Jonell has been involved in
ministry since 1980. She
served with Aglow for over
20 years at every level of
leadership from the local
arena to the U.S. and inter-
national boards. She has
traveled extensively in the
U.S. speaking and teaching'
leadership seminars. You
don't want to miss the fresh
word from the Lord she will
bring us. Invite your friends
and come be blessed!
To register, send a $15
check payable .to Aglow to
Lenora Nelson, Treasurer,
431 Limerick Lane,


Pensacola, FL 32514,
phone 850-479-4222. To
get to the church, take I-10
and go south on Hwy. 85 to
Niceville. The church is
located on the right side of
the highway, half a block
north of Hwy. 20 (traffic
light).
For further information,
contact Janet Thomason at
850/678-3117.

Deaf appreciation
at Word of Truth

An invitation to the
hearing impaired in and
around our community is
extended for an evening of
food, fun, and fellowship to
a "Deaf Appreciation Day"
on March 14th, in honor of
James and Ruby Gibson at
Word of Truth Church in
Blogntstown. Fellowship
will be held from 3:00 to
6:00 p.m.
The church is located at
19397 SW South St,_
behind City Tire Co.,
Blountstown, (look for the


balloons). Please call 674-
4605 for reservations or
email: wordoftruthupc
' @yahoo.com.

5th Sunday service
at True Holiness

Dr. Elder Edward L.
Brigham of True Holiness'
would like to extend an
invitation to everyone to'
come and celebrate with us'
on our 5th Sunday meeting
being held on March 27,
28, and the. 29th at 7:00
p.m. nightly and 12:00
noon on Sunday.
Everyone is welcome to
attend so come and help
uplift the name of Jesus.
Refreshments can be pur-
chased' after each nightly
service and dinner can be
purchased after the noon
service on Sunday.
Any'questions or need-
ing any information you
may contact: Elder E.L.'
Brigham at 674-8414,
church; 674-7896, home;'
or Sister Ruby Brigham,
674-1380, home.


Covenant Hospice needs


your help with Garden Gala


Covenant Hospice will,
host the '4th. Annual
Garden Gala from 6:00
p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday,
June 27,. at the National
Guard Armory, located at
3645 Hwy 90 West in
Marianna. The Garden,
Gala Committee is current-
ly seeking volunteers to
help plan, prepare and
present the event.
Volunteers are needed for
all areas of the event.
"The Garden Gala is
our signature fundraising
event of the year. Proceeds
from the gala will help fur-
Sther the mission on
Covenant Hospice in
.'Calhoun, Jackson, Holmes
and Washington County,".
said" 'Jennifer Griffin,
Development Manager for
Covenant Hospice.
Covenant Hospice is a not-
for-profit organization dedi-
cated to providing compre-


CUMBAA MONUMENTS, INC.
19041 SR 20 W
HEPBL Rs Blouanitstosa,. FL 3242
HEPBl 850 74-4878
K.^S Fa 850-674-39955


Serving Calhoun & Surrounding Counties
Established May 1,1963


4


Let us help you create a memorial that tells
your life's story. We are experienced in the
creation of appropriate,i meaningful
memorials that commemorate life and
preserve its precious memories.


hensive compassionate
service to. patients and
their ,loved ones during
times of life limiting illness-
es, 'based on need, regard-
less of ability to pay. ,
The Garden Gala is crit-
ical to furthering
Covenant's mission in the,
Marianna service area.
"Proceeds from the Garden
Gala help off set the $1.6
million of indigent care;
along with contributing to


the programs not reim-
bursed by Medicare, such
as Bereavement & Social
Services,; Chaplain
Services, Children Support
Services and Volunteer,
'Programs," said Griffin.
To volunteer for the
.Garden Gala committee or
for more information, call
Jennifer Griffin at 482-
8520 or 209-0221. Or via
email Jennifer. griffin
@covenanthospice.org.:


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TELEPHONE: (850)6434417


It


h h Directory


For Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041



ASSEMBLY OF GOD hran HomeFree llBaptt church
1South, Bountstown, FYa. 19244 NE State Road 69, Blountstown, FL 32424
SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM Sunday Services Ron Burger, Pastor
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kdz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM Sunday School...9:45 AM 850-674-5194
PASTOR Children's Church. 11:00 AM Morning Worship...11:00 AM 807.rt514 .
482-4825 Evening Worhsip 500 PM Evening Wrship...6:00 PM www.christianhomefreewillbaptistchurch.org
CHURCH PHONE Kidz Sunday School veng Wrsp.. emaU: chfwbc@aol.com
674-8884 and Church 10AM-12Nooh www.dtapps.com/southside/ Wednesday Service...6:00 PM Come Be Our Guest!



Blountstown First St. Mary Missionary

K Assembly of God Church Baptist Church
______~__________ 16345 SE River Street, Blountstown. FL
Sunday Services Pastor, Shelton Kindig DR. C.L. WILSON., PASTOR
Sunday School...9:45 AM Hwy. 20West 13th Street 850-674-8716
Morning Worship...11:00 AM West, "We Minister To Needs 4Vithout Magnifying Faults"
Evening Worship...5:00 PM BlountStownF, FL Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM 850-674-4331 Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM

Meaningful Bible Study........................9:45 AM
Exciting Worship ....................... 11:00 AM Blountstown United Methodist Church
Bible Study & Worship................... 6:00 PM Located on H'v 20 dircctliI a~ o0nmi
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study:.........6:30 PM Sub-t \\t & ,cDo'nald
J Pastor David Throckmorton Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown Sunday School...9:45 AM

First Baptist Church Sunday Worship,..11:00 AM
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ Telephone: 674-8254 Email: btownumc@yahoo.com

For Information on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 674-5041








The County Record, MARCH 4, 2009, Page 11


U [but Adh rm~aIlk


ll2 Legal Notice and Petitioner


Myo turns e31
Maijayah Zairre Brown-,
McKnight will celebrate her
3rd birthday on Friday,-
March 6th. Maijayah is the
daughter of Chris and
Melissa Wilson and Shomari
McKnight. Maijayah is the
granddaughter of Prophetess
Nela Wilson and Deacon
Don Wilson and Myles
Brown, Sr. She is the pater-
nal granddaughter of
Lusciqous McKnight and the
,great granddaughter of Rev.
Elijah Henderson.
Maijayah enjoys staying
with her grannyy and: G-
daddy, going to church to'
see Pastor Sliheard, going to
the park with her cousins..
Zestane and' Nons, going to:
McDonald's, riding the
Maustang with her big sister
Jada; and talking on her cell
phone with her Tee-Tee Lynne
and. cousins Oshiuoa. and
Ndzia. .
Maijayah will celebrate
with a Designer Slide Party at
her -home on.' Saturday,
March 7, at 12 noon CT. All1
family and friends are invited
to attend. ,
Happy birthday, Mya! We
love.you!


Happy '10th BIrthday,
Tamerall
..Tamera Reed will cele-
brate, her 10th birthday on
Saturday, March 7th.- She is
the daughter of Theressa and
Mitchell Reed of Blountstown.
Her grandparents' are Inell
-Williams of Blountstown,.
Angie and John Dawson of
Bristol, and Ella Mae Smith of
Sycamore. Tamera enjoys
spending time with her sis-
ters Tabitha, Tamayd, and
brother Markell, talking on
the phone, spending time
with all her'friehds, andloves
playing on. the computer and
shopping., She will be pele-
brating her birthday March
7th with-family and friends at
2:00 p.m. at 16098 SE
Boyd St., Blduntstown.


RUS Bulletin 1780-26.
Exhibit D

Advertisement for Bids
The Town of Altha will receive sealed bids
from any qualified person, company or
corporation Interested in constructing the:
ALTHA WATER SYSTEM
IMPROVEMENTS,
PHASE 1
This project will consist of:
Modifications to the Altha Water System
Well Site on Bodiford Road in Altha.
These improvements will include the con-
struction of a 124,000 gallon ground stor-
age tank with cascade aerator, 1200 SF
concrete control building, two (2) service
pumps, re-grading of well site, construc-
tion of stormwater swales and related
electrical controls and. yard piping.
Existing well on-site, must have the
impeller trimmed. Estimated construction
budget is $600,000. Funding for the proj-
ect is provided through the USDA Rural
Development program.
Sealed bids will be received by the Town of
Altha. Bids shall be submitted to the Altha
Town Hall, 25586 North Main Street, Altha,
FL 32421 until 2:00 PM, (Central Time)
March 9, 2009, and then at said office pub-
'lcly opened and read aloud on March 9,
2009 at 3:00 PM (Central Time) at the
Town Hall.
The Cor)tract Documents may be exam-
ined at the following locations: I
o. Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
o Preble-Rish, Inc., 10490 North Main
Street, Bristol, FL 32321
Copies of the Contract Documents may be
obtained at the Issuing Office, Preble-
Rlsh, Inc., 324 Marina Drive, Port St. Joe,.
FL 32456 upon payment of $200.00 for
each set.. ContactKristin Brown at (850)
643-2771 for project Information,
The Town of Altha reserves the right to
waive Informalities In.any bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all bids, and to accept
the bid that In their judgment will be In the
Interest of the Town of Altha.


1 (C,0 ftt Legal Notice

;', i f l O .IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
5F LL UI. FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
*ND BIRTHDAY . CASE NO.:2007-0219-CA

AND BIRTH Q DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
I COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff,
NNOUNCEMENS vs Pt

$10 WITH PHOTO : ROBERT FAIRCLOTH, VANEISA FAIR-
. CLOTH,
DEADLINE UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN POSSES-
SION.#1
. MONDAY NOON AND #2, at al.
Defehdant(s).


Drivers license checks


planned in Libe rtCo.

,Mernbers in Troop H, Rd., Turkey Creek Rd.
..ncy district, are hereby 3413-09 to 3-19-09 SIR
Ashorized to conduct driv- 67CR, CR 270 (MLK'Rd.),'
er license/vehicle inspection CR 2224 (Blue Springs
checkpoints during daylight .Rd.), Freeman Rd.
hours at the following Ioca-
tions in Liberty County: 3-20-09 to 3-26-09 SR
3-01-09 to 3-05-09 SR '20, CR 1641 (Dempsey
267, SR 12, Camel Lake Barron Rd.), White Springs
Road, -Myers Ann St., Rd., Pea Ridge Rd.
River Road, CR 67 / 3-27-09 to 3-31-09 SR
3-06-09 to 3-12-09 SR 267, SR 12, Camtlel Lake
65, CR 67A,, CR 379 ,Road, Myers Ann St.,.
(Hoecake Rd.), Joe Chason River Road, CR 67


Peanut short course


Thursday in Marianna


A peanut.short course
will be held' Thursday,
March 5, at the Jackson
County Extension
Conference Center, 2741.
Pennsylvania Avenue,
Marianmia.i',
The agenda is'as follows:
7:, 45 -. 8:30 AM
Registration and Welcome
8:30 9:00 Peanut
Variety Performance, Dr."
Barry Tillman, IAS
Peanut Breeding' and'
Genetics
9:00 9:30 Weed
Control in Peanut, Dr. Jay
Ferrell, IFAS Extension
Weed Specialist
9:30 10:00, Managing
Peanut Disease, Dr. Austin
Hagan,' Auburn Extension
Plant Pathologist
10:00 10:15 Break
10:15 ,- 10:45 Peanut
Markets
Mr. Richard Barnhill,
President, Mazur and



Girl Scouts


will open


cookie booth


on Saturday
Girl Scout Jr./Cadette
Troop #42 of Blounstown
will be having a cookie
booth at the corner of Hwy
71 & Hwy 20 on Saturday,
March 7th from 9am -
'12noon. All of the profits
that the troop makes from
this sale will be donated to
the Ronald McDonald
House Charities. Please
support the troop by going
b.,... and, .purchasing some
delicious Girl Scout cookies.


Hockman,Inc., Peanut
Brokers, Albany, Georgia.
10:45 11:30 On-farm
Fuel Production with
.Peanuts,.. Dr. Wilson
Faircloth, National Peanut
Research Laboratory
11:30 -- 12:15 Precision
Ag Applications,' Ms.
Debbie Waters, Innovative
Crop Technologies
12:'15 PM Lunch
(Provided)
Total CEU'S requested
Those persons with spe-
cial needs should contact
the Jackson County
Extension Office at least 5
business days prior to the
event in order to allow
proper consideration of the
.request.
For more information,
call (850) 482-9620.


RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to
a Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated July 30, 2008, and an Order
Rescheduling the, Foreclosure dated,
February 16, 2009, entered in Civil Case
No. 2007-0219-CA of the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial Circuit In and for
Calhoun County, Florida, wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE,, plaintiff, and
FOCtBE i" F-i..:'L._TH an"d VANEISA
FAIRCLC',THi U'riL.','~,a T .
I wIIIsell't t the highest rind'beft'iddbr for
cash at ON THE FRONT STEPS at the
CALHOUN County Courthouse located at,
20859 SE CENTRAL AVENUE EAST in
BLOUNTSTOWN, at 11:00 a.m. CSTton
the1l9th day of March, 2009, the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to-wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND IN THE NORTH-
WEST QUARTER OF-THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP
1 NORTH, RANGE'S WEST, CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORID AND LYING WITHIN
THE BOUNDARY OF LANDS
DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 179 AT PAGE 515 OF SAID
COUNTY, SAID PARCEL OF LAND
BEING DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID NORTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTHWEST
QUARTER AND RUN THENCE SOUTH
01*31'38" WEST A DISTANCE OF
100.05 FEET; THENCE NORTH
87*27'33" WEST 40.01 FEET TO THE
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY BOUND-
ARY OF STATE ROAD NO. 69(80 FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY) AND THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM SAID POINT OF
BEGINNING THENCE ALONG THE
BOUNDARY OF LAND DESCRIBED IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 179 AT
PAGE. 515.AS FOLLOWS; THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 87*27'33" WEST
169.99 FEET; THENCE SOUTH
01009'38" WEST 150.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 8727'33" WEST 169.99 FEET
TO THE AFORESAID WESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY BOUNDARY; THENCE
LEAVING THE BOUNDARY OF SAID
LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 179 AT PAGE 515
RUN THENCE NORTH 0109'38" EAST
ALONG SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY BOUNDARY A DISTANCE OF
150.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
WITNESS my hand and the .seal of the
coUrtion February 17, 2009
RUTH ATTAWAY
CLERK OF THE COURT

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR.
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:2008-49-DR,
JAMES EDWARD FLEMING,


ROBIN FLE-MIN(G,
Respondent,
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
To: Robin Fleming
7533 SR 14, Lot 22
Ravenna, Ohio
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has
been filed against you and that you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on James Edward
Fleming, whose address Is 19078 NE Elm
Street, Blountstown, FL 32424 on or
before March 20, 2009, and file the original
with the clerk of this Court at 20859
Central Ave., E., Room 130,.Blountstown,
FL 32424, before service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so,
a default may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in tils
case; including orders, are available pt the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may
review these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's *office notified of your current
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law form 12.915.)
Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedures, requires certain
automatic-disclosure of documents and
Information. Failure to comply can result In
sanctions, Irioluding dismissal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated this February 18, 2009
Ruth W. Attaway,
Clerk'of the Circuit Court

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA,
PROBATE DMSION0
File Number: PR09-06PR
IN RE: JOSEPH F. DURHAM.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND
NOTICE OF CREDITORS
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR 'DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND' ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the administra-
tion of the Estate of JOSEPH F DURHAM,
File Number PRO9-06 is pending in the
Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida,
Probate Division, 20859 Central Ave.,
Blountstown, FL 32424, the address of
which is the Calhoun County Courthouse,
Blountstown, Figrida. The. Co-Personal
Representatives of'the Estate are Joseph
Raymond Durham and Barbara Lynne
Adams. -The name and address of the
Personal Representative's attorney are set-
forth below.
All persons having claims or demands
against the Estate, are'required, 'WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION' OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the Clerk of the above
Court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
be in writing and must Indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or attorney and the
amount ir, ciimT is c r,.I.r-..I.ni or unliqui-
dated, in.- r,rai..- ,:. ,r.- u,.-.:.-' ,s. r, shall
te ;lare Ii ir..- ii rva i;r cu-
.r, ,',11ll ,e ,* -,rlT..ed Th. ri rl ..rr.61
aci., r u n.c.,lni :..p,-p. ir,Me IClaIn I.:. ir.i
Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail one copy
to the Personal Representative. All per-
sons interested in the Estate to whom' a
copy of this Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION .OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objection they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent's
Will, the qualifications of the Personal
Representative, or the venue or jirisdic-
tion of the Court. '
DATED this 18th day'of February, 2009
Joseph Raymond Durham
18946 SR 71 N.
Blountstown, FL 32424
Barbara Lynne Adams.
1446 Lloyds Cove Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32312
J. DAVID HOUSE
16865 S.E. RIVER STREET
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424
(850) 674-5481
FLORIDA BAR #282359
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REP.,

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: PR09-07PR
IN RE: CECIL F. SEXTON'
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION AND
NOTICE OF CREDITORS.
fO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE
ESTATE AND ALL -OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED IN 1HE ESTATE:
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the admrnistra-
tion of the Estate of CECIL F. SEXTON,
File Number PR09-07, Is pending In the
Circuit Court for Calhoun County, Florida;
Probate Division, 20859 Cenftal Ave.,
Blountstown, FL 32424, the address of
which Is the.Calhoun County Courthouse,
Blountstown, Florida. The Personal
Representative of the Estate is' Doris
Clemmons. The name and address of the -
Personal Representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All persons having claims or demands


against the Estate are required, WITHIN
THREE MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE, to file with the Clerk 6f the above
Court a written statement of any claim or
demand they may have. Each claim must
be In writing and must indicate the basis
for the claim, the name and address of the
creditor or his agent or attorney and the
amount the claim is contingent or unliqui-
dated, the nature of the uncertainty shall
be state. If the claim is secured, the secu-
rity shall be described. The claimant shall.
deliver sufficient copies of the claim to the
Clerk to enable the Clerk to mail one copy
to the Personal Representative. All per-
sons Interested in the Estate to whom a
copy of this Notice of Administration has
been mailed are required, WITHIN THREE
MONTHS FROM THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
to file any objection they may have that
challenges the validity of the decedent's
Will, the qualifications of the Personal
Representative, or the venue or jurisdic-
tion, of the Court.
DATED this 18th day of February, 2009
Doris Clemmons
16369 NE Clemmons ~d.
Altha, FL 32421
J. DAVID HOUSE
16865 S.E. RIVER STREET
BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424
/(850) 674-5481
FLORIDA BAR #282359
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REP.

Legal Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 08-130CA
CIVIL DIVISION
ROSE MARIE MATTINGLY, by and
through
her attorney In fact, JOSEPH WILLIAM
MATTINGLY,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
WILLIE D. WISE, as Personal
Representative
of the estate of MARY LEE WISE,
deceased.
,Defendant.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
PARTITION SALE
BY CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Notice Is hereby given that the under-
signed, RUTH ATTAWAY, Clerk of the
-Circuit Court'pf Calhoun CDunty, Florida,
will on the 19th day of March, A.D. 2009,
AT 11:00 a.m. central time,, at the front
steps of the Calhounr County Courthouse,
Calhoun County, in the .City -of
Blountstown, Florida offer for sale and sell
at public outcry to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the following described
property situated In Calhoun County,
Florida, to-wit:
Comifience at the NE Corner of NW 1/4
of NW 1/4 of Section 17, Township 1
North, Range 9 West, thence run South
87 degrees 13' West 328 feet, .thehce
run South 01 degrees 44' East 349.4
feet, to the POINT OF BEGINNING,\
thence run North 87 degrees 49' East
100.45 feet, thence lNorth 01 degrees
44' East 154.4 feet back to the POINT
OF BEGINNING. Being the same as Lot
3DD of an unrecorded plat
pursuant to the Order Directing Partition
pursuant to Section 45.031, FS. entered in
a case pending In said Cburt, the style of
which Is:
ROSE' .mRIE r.iTTIICGLI., b r.-,
through r.-r an.:.rr.c; .r. Ti:[, .IOSEPH
WILLIAM MATTINGLY, Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIE D. WISE, as Personal,
Representative of the Estate of MARY
LEE WISE, deceased, Defendant.
and the docket number of which is number
08-130-CA.
WITNESS my hand and the official seal
of said Court, this 18h day of February,
A.P.2009.


RUTH ATTAWAY
Clerk of the Court


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BIRTHDAYS


Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE
On March 2, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. (CST),
R & R Warehouses will dispose of the con-
tents of five (5) storage unit from
Blountstown at R&R Warehouses in
Blountstown at 19300 SR 20 W. (850)
674-4700.
The unit is believed to contain household
and/or personal property of the following
tenant:
Erica Fowler
Vera Keatner
Sally Lee
Angela Nowling
Brenda Smith
All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO
AUCTIONII

Legal Notice
NOTICE OF INTENT
The City of Blountstown, Blountstown,
Florida Intends to hold a public hearing on
the abandoning the following described
Alley:
All that portion ojrally lying between Lots
11 and 12 and. the East 1/2 of the alley
joining Lot 6, In Block 5, FM. Yon's Addition
to Blountstown, according to the plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Pages
22 and 23 of the public records of Calhoun
County, Florida.
Said public hearing shall be on March 10,
2009, at 6:00 p.m. CST at the Board
Meeting Room, 20591 Central Avenue,
West, Blountstown, Florida 32424., Said
Notice shall be published in the County
Record. Any person who has any interest
in the outcome of the Petition to abandon
the Alley'or is apposed ,to the same
should appear at the public hearing.
Dated this 19th day of February, 2009.
CITY OF BLOUNTSTOWN
By: WINSTON DEASON Mayor
I ATTEST:
JAMES WOODS CITY MANAGER

Legal Notice
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
BIIIco. Construction, Inc. will receIve
quotes from local subcontractors for
the Liberty County Emergency
Operation Center. Bid's should be
received by' t110M9B. Subcontractors
Interested In bidding should contact
BIIIco Construction toll free # 877-454-
2702. Or via e-mail: rick@bllicocon-
structlon.com or fax 386-767-9341.

Legal Notice
Public Auction
Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc. will hold
a public auction'on, March 13, 2009 at
2:00 (P.M.) onha:
1995 GMC, Red In Color ,
Vln# 1GKDM19W3SB535435
Auction will be held,at Mallory Towing and
Recovery Inc. at 17311 NE Pear Street in
Blountstown FL., 850-674-2869.
Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc.
reserves the right to reject any and all.-
bids. .



LEGAL NOTICES
Deadline Monday Noon
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Locals crowned in Tri-City Pageant
Several lovely ladies including some from Calhoun County were crowned in the recent
Miss Tri-City Pageant. Queens for 2009 include (top, from left) Young Miss Tri-City Sacha
Rapper, Teen Miss Tri-City Shiann Green, Miss Tri-City Hospitality Dakota Brown, Jr. Miss
Tri-City Madison Rowe, (front row) Tiny Miss Tri-City Makaylee Grace Fierra, Miss Tri-City
- Tori Dykes, Little Miss Tri-City Jadan Willis and Little Miss Tri-City Hospitality Cheyenne
Gay. PHOTO BY LINDA HATCHER CLASSIC PHOTOGRAPHY


Congressman Boyd earns


N. FL. Hall of Fame Award


Congressman F. Allen
Boyd, Jr. of the Second
Congressional District in
Florida was presented the
UF/IFAS North Florida
Research, and Education
Center Hall of Fame award
by IFAS/NFREC Center
Director Dr. Nick
Comerford on February 19.
Congressman Boyd was
at the Quincy NFREC pre-
senting HazMat issues to
area farmers and other
interested parties.
Congressman Boyd was
honored for his 12 years of
dedicated service in the
integration of Science into
all aspects of Agriculture
and Development in North
Florida.
Congressman Boyd is a
member of the House
Appropriations and Budget
Committees, including the
Subcommittee on
Agriculture, Rural
Development, Food and
Drug Administration and


Related Agencies,
Financial Services
Subcommittee and the
Subcommittee on Defense
of the House
Appropriations Committee.
These committee member-
ships have provided him
the opportunity to ensure
support for a secure food


supply and a robust agricul-
tural economy in Florida
,and throughout the nation.
As a businessman and fifth
generation farmer in
Jefferson County,
Congressman Boyd knows
first-hand the issues that
these and .his other con-
stituents face.


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F l\: 850 674-2209


OFFICE: 850-674-8664
VWAYNE VWALDEN
CELL: 850-643-6162
JASON SUGGS
CELL:..850-557-7207


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Blountstbwn, Florida
850-674-2000
Fax: 850-674-9330
email: bracewellpsj@fairpoint.net


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SALES. SERVICE AND INSTALLATION
AUDIO & VIDEO EXPERTS
FOR HOME, CAR AND BOATS


Mathew & Dare Layfield
Owners
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850/674-6363
fax 8501674-2248
19277 SR 20 W
Blountstown, FL 32424


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1.1856 NW Glory Hill Road
Altha, FL 32421


Cell 850-209-8458
Home 850-762-8307


CAPPS

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s Mike Purvs. Owner


LICENSED DRILLERS
SALES & REPAIRS


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Serving Calhoun Count)' Since 1990, 4. .
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CONCRETE WORK u FRONT
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Stale License Numbers
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Cell: 850-643-8701


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Fax: 762-8954
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HAMPTON CONCRETE
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Commercial & Resident,1l Concrete Construction
Slenwall *Monolilthc *Conr.reie Counter Tops
Driveways *Stamping *Conrcree Pumping PO Box 569
Sorrero Copper Head Lazer Scread AlIha, FL 32421



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S 850-570-9358



JOB PRINTING
Give Us A Call For A Price Quote
RUBBER STAMPS FAX SERVICE
674-5041

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FLOOR CARE


TILE CARPET UPHOLSTER% *
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24-HOUR HATER REMOVAL
On(/ Cernfied Firm in Bloanistown .
(850) 674-5158
Serving: Calhoun. Liher. .lackson & Gulf Counries


ACME APPLIANCE REPAIR
Reasonable Rates/Friendly Service
Warranty Service On
GE *Hotpoint -Fridgidaire *Whirlpool *Maytag
-" 850-639-2225 Office
---*--- 850-348-0351 Alltel Cell
www.acmeappliance.com


Van Hilliard Siding Co.


MARIANNA
Ph: 526-5029
Fax: 762-3584
Blountstown/Altha
762-3585
Over 30 Years E\perience
Oualitv Workmanship


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-Eri-4rcy Elticieni VVvnj-.ryz
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Preyvure W3-riring
Van HI,113a, PresidentI
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S TRAi E" MANITOWOC Ice Machines
HOSHIZAKI Ice Machines


AND REFRIGERATION
Sales and Service of All Types Heating & A/C Units.
Ice Machines & Cold Storage
HWY 20WEST-BLOUNTSTOWN.FLA ... 674-8538
George While. Owner-Operator
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HAYES WELL SERVICE
Bubba Hayes License #3123
674-9766 643-7993
eDeep & Shallow Well Pump Repair*
*Backhoe/Loader Work (light duty)e
*Water Line Installation*
*Swimming Pool Pump Repairo



Panhandle Drywall Contractors, Inc.
Sheetrock Hanging
.1 Finishir ,
Painting & Repairs


1k Drew Ayers
Blountstown, FL
850-209-5718


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CARS &
TRUCKS
.2001 Ford Expedition, leather
seats, cold A/C, 6 disk CD
changer, keyless entry, power
windows and lock. Only $6,000
(OBO). Call 674-2311 or 643-
8006.
2001 Ford Tauru's, motor
good, needs transmission, will
sell car or buy transmission.
Call 674-1652.
1971 Dodge D1 00 truck, LWB,
2 wheel drive. Runs good, 4
almost new tires in gbod condi-
tion. Asking $1,000 OBO. Call
762-2292.
1979 Lincoln Mark V, 39,000
miles. Call 674-2287.

.i FoR RENT
oMobile home, 1 & 2 bedroom
on John F. Bailey Road, SR 20:
W, Blountstown. $85 to) $145
weekly. Deposit required..' All
utilities included. NO PETS.
Also. RV for rent Call 674-
7616.

2 bedroom mobile home, nice
location near school, in Bristol.
.Call 674-8317 or 643-7569.
RV trailers $75 $80 week,
'most utilities lumished; 2 bdr.
trailers when available. Call
674-4011 .
bNewly painted 4 bedroom, 1
'bath house near school and
store. $330/month. Call'674-
3264.

FOR SALE
Computers for sale new or
factory refurbished 'computers,
Monitors, Inkjet & Laser
Printers, CD's, CD-ROM, CD,
Drives, Zip Drives. SparO Drive
and Software. Call Russell A
Peterson at (850) 674-2958,
17785 Crozjer St., Blountstown.'
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russellp@digitalExpt.Com.


M&W Self Storage

RENTALS
7 Days A Week Service
5x10.3;$25 'l0xl0..,.$45
10x20...$80
-*-NO DEPOSIT-',
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
OR 762-8'597


.et, never'been worn, size 2X,
size runs smaller" $100. Call
447-4529.
2004 Honda Shadow 'Spirit
11.00cc, black & chrome. One
adull owner, never dropped or
crashed, new tires, 23K miles.
$4500. Contact Cory at 674-
3509.
RCA 26" TV with stand, and
converter, excellent shape.
$325. Call 762-4533.
Tires (2), .size P235/75R15,
less than 1,000 miles, $75. for
both. Call 762-4533
Craftsman 1/2 HP belt drive


-,Usd trampoline, $65; used doo.opner,,.n.w in
Rqulan push mower. $75. h.a box, $75 Call 762-4533.R
S 643-7378. ' 7. C a. 7.. -


Several rolls of hay, 4 x-5
Argentina, $35.00 per roll. Call
272-3347.
Brand new men's leather jack-


195? 9-N Ford tractor, good
lift. Needs T.L.C, $900. Call
674-4011, leave message.
New still in box (never fired)


DPMS Panther Low-Pro Classic
AR-15, hard case, 2-30 round
magazines, cleaning kit.
$1,100 for gun, 1000 rounds of
.223 for an additional $375.00.
James at 850-272-5193.
Wii game console for sale.
Also (1) Wii controller, 4 sports
controllers and 4 games for
sale. Asking $400 for all. Call
674-9641 for more info.

FREE PETS
Free' puppies, mixed breed.
Parents on premises. Call 674-
4156.
JOB
OPPORTUNITY
A Terrific Opportunityl
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company
$100,000+ Earning Potential,
Benefits, Pension, r 401(k),
BCBS Insurance for those who
qualify! Call 1-800-257-5500.
DRIVER TRAINEES NEED-
' ED. Drivers being hired and
trained 'locally for Werner
Enterprises. No exp. Needed.
1-866-280-5309.

YARD SALES
Multi family yard sale Friday,.
from 5-7 pm and Saturday, 7.
a.m. until TV/computpr stand,
golf clubs, sports bags, window
blinds and curtains, microwave.
stand, misc. kitchen and house-
,,hold items, and more. Located
at 18327 Roy Golden Rd.,
Blountstown.
Big yard sale Saturday, 7:00
a.m: at 20282 Cedar Ave. off
Mimosa St. in Blountstown.
Lots of furniture, small', appli-
ances, toys, collectibles, .glass-
ware.
Yard sale, Saturday, 7:30 until.
Men's and women's clothes and
shoes.. Boys clothes, 6-8; girls
clothes, size 12-18 .mo. and
shoes 4-5; .diaper genie; baby
bed and lots of toys. 19984 NE
County Road 274, Altha, 1/2
mile east of Peanut Mill. 762-
3028.
Multi family garage sale
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. at 20332
NE Finlay Ave. in Blountstown
(house behind hospital). Couch
and love seat, household
goods, clothes, shoes and misc.
items.
Yard sale Friday and Saturday


FAMOUS

BIRTHDAYS

MARCH 1
-Ron Howard, Director
(55)

MARCH 2
Chris Martin, Singer
(32)

MARCH 3
Jessica Biel, Actress
(27).

MARCH 4
Patricia Heaton,
Actress (51) -
-MARCH 5
SEva Mendes, OActress
(35)

MARCH 6
Roib Reiner, Director
(62)

MARCH 7
Willard Scott,
Weatherman (75)


at 20590 NE Adams/Spears
Lane. Living room furniture and
dining room table and chairs,
baby items. 674-2287
Yard sale Saturday, 8 a.m.
until, Hwy. 73 North, 1/4 mile
past Carr School. Tons of stuff.
Nothing over 500. Don't miss
this sale!
Yard sale Saturday, 8:00 a.m.
until at 20163 Central Ave.,
brick house next to Chinese
Rest., Coin Laundry parking lot.
Graco stroller, car seat set, chil-
dren's shoes, boy's clothes;
women's clothes, household
items, toys% Nice things! Call
674-5836.
Multi-family' yard sale
Saturday, 7:00 a.m. until at
-Farm Bureau across from
Blountstown High School.,
Clothes, house wares and
much more.


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Blountstown's own Tony Glass part




of "Extreme Home Makeover" team


BY KELLI PEACOCK
News Editor

When ABC's Extreme
Makeover Home Edition
rolled into Tallahassee last
week to build a house for a
Sdeserving family in need,
they. called on the top folks
in the construction and
design field to get the joqb
done. And in the Florida
panhandle, when you are
looking for the best. of the
best, someone in the bunch'
is going to be from Calhoun
County!
:* Tony Glass of
Blountstown, who's work
has .been. featured. in
Architectural Digest,. was'
among those 'who- gave
countless hours to put the
struggling Kadzis family in
a beautiful home. Barbara
Kadzis, along with her son,-
Chris, and six adopted spe-
cial needs children from
China, were overwhelmed
when the bus pulled away
on Friday. Barbara's hus-
band, David, is hospitalized
With brain cancer.
S 'What the family ,didn't
see were the thousands of
hours of work behind the
scenes that were carried
out in three short days by
hundreds of volunteers like.
TOny. ..
Glass got involved in the
project when the company
he works for wap enlisted as
a contractor and he asked
to participate. After work-
ing-a full day on his regular
job, Tony donated' eight,
hours each' night to the:
project. He was enlisted to
"do the finishing work on the
room host Tv Pennington
designated his "special


project" on the house.
S"I was. amazed at how,
fast they built: that size
home," Tony remarks of
the 3600 square foot house.
"But, most importantly, I,
was amazed how .many
people took time out of
their busy lives to help a
family they : didn't everi
know. Withall the bad
things happening in the
world today it was great to
see so manyy 'people from
different backgrounds come'
together for this family."
.Tony's family' had to.
keep the "secret about the
project until this: week.: And-
'that wasn't easy especial-'
ly considering the fact that
his wife, Molly, 'and daugh-
ter, Erip, are huge fans 6f
Pennington. "My daughter
is going to school to be an,
architect so' she was really .
excited." says Tbny.'
As far as working with
the star studded cast, Glass
says, "I didn't get to spend
too much time with them
because it was a total mad
house."


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The day he was set to
have time .to mingle with
the cast was on reveal day
which was Friday around
lunch. Unfortunately, the
paint fumes he -inhaled
working 'on the special proj-
ect left him home in bed
with serious sinus issues.
Despite missing the cel-
ebration and enduring
breathing problems from
the paint, TIbny doesn't hes-
itate to say: he'd do it all
again. "I would .love to. I
love what I do.' It really is
an art form to take a binch
of boards had make some-
thing beautiful. Of course,
my wife wishes I would fix
her some stuff, but you
know what they say about
that." '
At the end of the week,
Glass was 'clear. about a
couple things. "In hard
times like this, there are
'still people who care. And I
am blessed to have a nice
home and a healthy fami-
ly."
The episode will air on
April 26.


TOP LEFT: Musical instru-
mentsiplayed a role in the.
special project room Tony
was workirigon.

ABOVE: Tony does some
painting for the special proj-


Gardening Friends of the faculty and staff of
Big Bend will meet at the NFREC, an arm of the
North Florida Research University of Florida"'s
and Education Center near Institute for Food and
Quincy at 6:30 p.m., Agricultural Sciences.
Tuesday, March ib. T'
he purpose of this group For more information,
is to promote gardening and contact Jill Williams at 850-
gardening research by sup- 663-2280 or Gary Knox at
porting and assisting the 850-875-7162.,


L 'L'IIt I'11 1601IS!


Parthenon of Blountstown
Team Player of the Month


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answering the mul:.,-ir, r.,- r... ar. .:.-.i r.i ,-, ,. hire paperwork,
processing payroll, a.-,i, p.,r. Cu:,icrr :.-r.,c: .:, ..,u.' *-',.nr,.r family members
and staff. When asked how her work experience' has been, Ms Underwood said, "I
love my job. I enjoy the people I work with and seeing the smiling faces of our.
residents." '


ONCE A SCOUTMASTER, ALWAYS A SCOUTMASTER:
Sergeant Thomas H. Aycock,- Sr. Of Blountstown, who is cur-
renlly .deployed to Iraq with 'the 146th .Expeditionary Signal
Battalion of the Floridp. Army National Guard out of
Jacksonville, recently had .Ihe chance to work with some
Iraqi youngsters. A former Blountstown Scoutmaster, Aycock
is shown above utilizing his scouting skills to demonstrate
some knot-tying techniques to, the boys.


Airman Patricia M. Capps

graduates from basic training


Air Force Airman
Patricia* M. Capps has
graduated from basic mili-
.ary training at Lackland"
Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of
training, the airman studied
the Air Force mission,
organization,. core. values,
and military. customs and
courtesies; perfor ned drill-
and ceremony marches,
arid received physical train-
ing, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an asso-
ciate in I applied science'
degree relating through the
Community College. of the


Air Force.
She is the daughter of
Duane and Dawn Capps of
N.W. Rudolph Rackley
Road, Altha, Fla.
The airman is a 2007
graduate of Calhoun
County Adult School,
Blountstown,,Fla.


Soprana Shirley deBrauwere to

perform in Fine Art Series Mar. 8


Soprano Shirley
fleBrauwere will be the fea-
tured soloist for St. Luke's
Fine Arts Series. The con-
bert is Sunday, March 8,at
4:00 p.m. at St.' Lukes
Episcopal Church at 4362
Lafayette Street,
Marianna.
deBrauwere will present


a concert of favorite hymns
and inspirational songs such
as Ave Maria, Climb Every
Mountain, Somewhere
Over the Rainbow, MVIorning
Has Broken, and God Bless
America. There will be a
reception in MacKinnon
Hall to meet the artist fol-,
lowing the concert.


I .IT A V- miWW v Gardening Friends to meet


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