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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Language: English
Creator: County record
Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown, Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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The Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office will host
the 7th Annual Classic
Care& Street Rod Show
on Saturday, Oct. 10,
from.8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The show will be
located at Xtreme
Motor Sports, one mile
south of Blountstown on
Hwy. 71.
The event is free to
the public, entrant
judged with top 40 tro-
phies, best of flophies,
live DJ, concessions,
door prizes, a 50/50
drawing, games for the
kids, and rnore.
Registration is 20
early or $15 day & the
show per vehicle.
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and informationn. call
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An old fashioNed celebration was ordap Saturday for the 20th anniversary of the Panhandle Pioneer
.
Settlement. Located inside Som Alkins Park in BIOUntStQWn, the mid-1800s community \Was the vision of
Willard and Lindo Smith. With Ihe help of countless volunteers, the Settlement has become a living museum for
all iges to enjoy, filled with cabins, a general store, post office, doctor's office, calaboose, blacksmith's shop,
church, school house and more. Above, Peggy Cox tells the pioneer story outside the historic Frink Gym. Turn
to page 2 for more highlights from the festivities,




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BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
The Liberty/Calhoun
Drug Task Force teamed
up with investigators frqm
the Gadsden County
Sheriff's Office Narcotics
Unit and the Florida
Highway Patrol and raided
a Bristol home Friday
night. The drug bust led to
three arrests.
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possession BAILEY
of less than
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possession of drug para-
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Michael Jerome Bailey,
41, was charged with pos-
session of less than 20
See DRUG ARRESTS, page 11


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A single vehicle crash on a rainy Monday morning
has claimed the life of a Blountstown native.
Deborah Clark Daniels, 51, of Grand Ridge was pro-
nounced dead oix the scene of the accident.
According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Daniels
was northbound on SR 69 just north ofJody Field Road
in Calhoun County around 9:25 a.m. For unknown rea-
sons, she lost control of her 2009 Pontiac and the vehi.
cle began rotating counter-clockwise, crossed the south-
bound lane and entered the west shoulder. The right
hide and undercarriage of the car collided with the west
ditch embankment. The car then overturned and
struck two fine trees.
It took rescue workers-over an hour to remove her
from the wreckage.
The accident was investigated by FHP Cpl. R.E
Bailey. The Galhoun County Sheriff's Office, Calhoun
EMS, and volunteer firefighters also assisted.


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BY KELLI PEAQ00K DUNN
News Editor
Many people who marvel at how far
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital has coine in
such a short time have no idea how
much one local man has done to get the
hospital where it is today. However, the
F16rida Hospital Association recognized
that man Mr. Laddie Williams wheri
they presented him ghe Trustee of the
YQRT 8Ward at a gala held in Lake
Beuna Vista over the weekend.
Williams, who series as chairman of


the local hospital board, had a major
challenge back in Dec. 2005 when the
company running the hospital walked
out. "Mr. Williams literally refused to
allow the closure," says Ron Gilliard,
who was hired as hospital administrator.
"Rather than close, he has led the hos-
pital back to not only a ppsitioil of
renewed respect in.the community, but
to a sound financial footing, and a bright
andexcitingfuture.
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Reader encourages all AmericanS

to pull together instead of apart
Dear Editor, basic math. It is our great-
United, we stand. est asset, pulling together
Divided, we will fall. It instead of apart.
actually is that simple. It is Rosalind Rauschenberg



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CMHOUN COUNTY
Sept. 28: Julia Simmons, VOSP; Lisa Fant, VOSP
Sept. 29: Victor A. Peel, Jr., warrant; Eugene Walker, escape,
resisting arrest without violence .
Sept. 30: Randy Smith, possession meth, drug paraphernalia;
Joshua Best, battery, VOSP
Oct. 2: Tinorio Ziggler, DWLSR, possession 1/t 20 grams marijua-
na; Gregory Scott Moore, rio valid drivers Ilcense; Alan Kenneth
Pyles, DWLSR, possession m/t 20 grams marijuana
Oct. 3: John Gregory Bowers, DWLSR; April Scott, Leon Co. war-
rant, failure to appear
Oct. 4: Bobby Ray Sanders, DWLSR; Anthony .Paul Alday, DWLSR
LIBERTY COUNTY
Sept. 26: Lydio Anthony, holding for CCSO; Krigina Sutherland,
holding for CCSO
Sept. 28: Timothy McCormick, serving 6 months; Julia Simmons,
holding for CCSO
Sept. 29: Trisha Annette Denlinger, false report to law enforcement
officer; Manuel.Rosa Nunez, no valid drivers license
Oct. 1: Kimberly Solomon, possession of I/t 20 grams marijuana,
lease or rent for purpose of trafficking in controlled substances,
possession of drug parapherhalia; Michael J. Bailey possession of
1/? 20 grams marijuana, possession of drug paraphemalia;
Oct. 2: Charles Hall, domestic battery; Edgar Baskerville, posses-
sion of marijuana & Xanox with intent to sell within 1000 ft of
church, prescription drugs without prescription, paraphernalia
The above Indirlduals wom Dooked into the Calhoun or Liberty
County Jaf over the past week. Although they have been chased
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Wht county Record

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Published every Wednesday by
Calhoun Publishing Co., Inc.
20311 Central Avenue West
Blountstown, FL 32424
PHONE: 850-674-5041
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Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and ,
the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has
never missed an Issue.


To the Editor:
In the haste of trying to
get ready for an early
homecoming, we acciden-
tally left off 1973 as the
year of our first state foot-
ball championship in an
article for the local.newspa-
pers. Coach Tom Freeman
was the head coach of this
team and David Pitts was
an assistant coach.
This state championship
was one of the high points of
our school's history and we


truly regret our misstate-
ment of the facts.
We will use this as a les-
son to our students that
even in the most trying of
times, everyone needs to be
sure and double-check
information before it is
released to the public.
To all the < team. mem-
bers, coaches and fans, we
sincerely apologize.
Sharon Leonard-
McCrone
Blountstown High


To Whom It May
Concern:
Saturday, Sept. 26,
2009, around 11 a.ni. my
mother's dog got ran over,
You didn't stop to see if he
was okay. His name is Moe.
Moe is like family. He is
companionship for my
brother who is handi-
capped. Moe lives at 19570
SW Charlie Wood Road.
He had to have surgery on
his two back legs and you
fractured his pelvic bone,
also. Lucky we got him to
Th11ahassee before he could
pass away.


If you were speeding,
shame on you. The speed
limit is 35 which to me is
too fast, Just remember
when traveling on Charlie
Wood R6ad that we have
three handicapped people,
kids, and animals that live
on that street. So please
drive slow and watch where
you are going because it
could be you that this hap-
pens to. You caused a lot of
tears and money for being
stupid.
Thanks,
La'Itenda Larkins
Blountstown


The 20th Anniversory
Celebration of the Ponhan-
die Pioneer Settlement was
held Saturday featunng a
ceremony, followed by a
country feast. Sheriff David
Totum emceed the event

thP bi leading offered
blessing before the meol by
Chief Andrew Ramsey. A
community choir presented
some beautiful music.


Family upset after dog is run over


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The County Recold, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Page 3


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Decisions, decisions Rotary members judge
.
Student art in Goat Day poster competition
Blountstown Rotary Club members (from left), President James Woods, Vicki Montford,
Danny Ryals, and Tim Adams have the difficult task of judging the Goat Day poster con-
test. The club supplied students in grades 3-8 at all Calhoun County schools with posters
and markers for the competition. First, second, and third place winners in two divisions
will be selected at each of the schools with cash prizes and two complimentary tickets to
Goat Day going to all those who place. Overall winners at each school will also receive 0
trophy. Watch for the posters at area businesses and at Goat Day Oct. 17. As you will see,
Calhoun County has some talented young artists!


23rd Annual Goat Day Festival


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BY ANGIE HILL
Mammogram ...when we
hear this word, most of us
shudder at the thought of
going in for this examina-
tion. Physical pain really
comes to mind! But .what
we don't think about is the
real pain that can come
from the results of this test
and other tests related to
the most dreaded word:
cancer.
When Phillip told me
that Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital wanted me to
adopt the mammography
room, well, truthfully, I was
thinking, "How much can I
really do to such a small
area?" Nevertheless, I
started brainstorming and
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with me during my comput-
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Channel was playing a
Miley Cyrus song, "The
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Summer sing every
word...then at that very
moment tears came to my
eyes and I realized what the
mammography room meant
to some women.
Possibly they are not
there for just a routine

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"Angie, I gave you one of .
the most important rooms in
the hospital." I did not real-
ize what a gift he had given
me until that day. So, I got
on the phone and called
Richard Armstrong to do
the job. No one else but
Richard could do this job
for me, and understand how
important this room was
going to be.started working
and planning, the words to
the song kept resonating m
my head...
The struggles I'm facing,

SW MAMMOGRAPHY, page 12


Ceremony at 11 a.m.
Friday, October 95
FOil0wed by reception
FORttriHg & $080
Of pink refreshments


cializing in handmade
goods and crafts. A high-
light of the 2009 festival
will be the reintroduction of
live goats int6 the mix with
a GOAT SHOW AND
PARADE! In addition,
there will be plenty of food
vendors and live music
throughout the day.
Gates open at 9 a.m.
and vendors will be present
until 3 p.m. Cost: $5 per
person with children under
1 admitted free. Please
note that ALL. CHIL-
DREN'S ACTIVITIES
WILL BE FREE OF
CHARGE. Featuring:


pony rides, train rides,
inflatable jumping activi-
ties, coin dig, greased pig
chase, chicken chase, moon
walk, and more! Event
sponsor: Preble-Rish, Inc.
Booth spaces for artists
and crafters are $40 for a
15 x 15 space (plus $10 if
.
you need electricity). Food
vendor booth fee is $180 for
a 20 x 20 space with water,
trash removal, and electrit--
ity. Vendor applications are
available online ,at
www.blountstownrotary.co
m (click on Goat Day) or
call Phillip at 447-1975.


Don't miss GOAT DAY
2009 as the Blountstown
Rotary Club presents the
23rd annual festival on
Saturday, Oct. 17, at Sam
Atkins Park in
Blountstown. GOAT DAY
is the second largest arts
and crafts show in North
Florida and attendance has
become an honored tradi-
tion in Calhoun County.
This year's event will
feature our favorite vendors
from years past and also
new first-time vendors spe-
.
Meat & Dairy

Goat Show to

be featured

at festival
A new addition to Goat
Day in Blountstown is the
all breed "Meet and Dairy
Goat Show". The event is
set for Saturday, Oct. 17,
beginning at 9 a.m. at Sam
Atkins Park.
Whatever breed or cross-
breed you have, no matter
what age your goat is,
whether meat or dairy goat,
you can show your goats
and have a chance to win!
So come on show off your
goats.
Ribbons will be awarded
and winners' pictures taken.
The show is sponsored
by the Blountstown Rotary,
Florida Meat Goat
Association & FAMU.
Contact Jim Pruette,
850-447-1883, or granny-
smithfarms@yahoo.com for
answers to your questions.

Settlement to

be open for
-tours & more

on Goat Day
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement invites Goat
Day visitors to stop by for
tours and old time demon-
strations during Goat Day
on Saturday, Oct. 17, fronr9
a.m. to -3 p.m.
-Admission to Goat Day
includes all activities at the
Pioneer Settlement.
For more information,
call the Settlement at 674-
2777 or visit them n1ine at


Dillardfamily
reunion will be

held Oct. 25
The Dillard Family
Reunion will hold it's 34th
family reunion on Sunday,
October 25th, beginning at
11:00 a.m. at the Altha
Community Center. All
family and friends are invit-
ed to attend. Great food
and visiting will be enjoyed
by all.


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Hot Spot the fire safety dog was busy at Gateway Baptist Daycare Center in Blountstown
Monday teaching youngsters about fire safety in honor of Fire Prevention Week.


Week, making it the
longest running public
health and safety obser-
vance on record.
For more formation on
Stay Fire Smart! Don't
Get Burned. visit
w w w. fi repre mention
week.org or www.
Blountstownfire.org


safety rules, you can "Stay '
Fire Smart! Don't .Get
Burned."
Keep hot foods and
liquids away from tables
and counter edges so they
cannot be pulled or
knocked over.
Have a 3-foot "kid-
free" zone around the
stove.
Never hold a child in
your arms while preparing
hot food or drinking a hot
beverage.
Be careful when using
things that get hot such as
curling irons, oven, irons,
lamps, heaters. .
Install tamper-resist-
ant receptacles to prevent a
child from sticking an
object in the outlet.
Never leave a child
alone in a room with a lit
candle, portable heater, lit
fireplace or stove, or where
a hot appliance might be in
use.
Wear short or close-fit-
ting sleeves when cookmg.
Set, your hot water
temperature no higher than


120 degrees. -
Install anti-scald
valves on shower heads and
faucets.
Fire Prevention Week is
actively supported by fire
departments across the
country. For 85 years fire
departments have
observed Fire Prevention


bowl of chili, sodia, chips
and crackers for $5. A slice
of cake or brownie are $1.
We are requesting dona
tions of non-perishable food
items.
MPVFD needs your
help! We are here for you
when you need us so please
come out and show your
support.
MPVFD is located at
7128 N.W. Porter Grade
Road m Alths (1.6 miles
from CR 274 on Porter
Grade Road). Call 762-
2217 or 850-272-4070 for
more information.


The Mossy Pond
Volunteer Fire Department
invites you to attend the
2nd Annual Chili Cookoff
and Movie Night
Fundraiser. Take a night off
and come have some fun at
the firehouse on Saturday,
Oct. 17.
Dinner will be served
from 5 to 8 p.m. and the
movie starts at 8. p.m.
Come taste the firefighters'
and auxiliaries' best chili
and buy a cake and/or
Other baked goods. You can
eat in or take out.
-Dinner plates include a


upcoming marriage of their
daughter, JAurinda
Renee', to Calvin Lester
Hayes, son of Calvin and
Cindy Hayes.
The ceremony will take
place on Friday, October 9,
2009, at 7:00 p.in.-:at
Travelers Rest Free Will
Baptist Church in
Clarksville. A reception
will follow.
No local invitation are


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ment. Thank you for your
business.
' Calhouri County Senior
Citizens still has a few seats
left on the eight day, seven
nite Winterland
Extravaganza to Branson,
Missouri, Nov. 29-Dec. 8.
Cost: $1,399/single,
$1,039/pp. double,
$869/pp. 'Itiple or Quad.
Includes: deluxe motor-
coach transportation,
admission to over 10 shows,
admission to Silver Dollar
City, Cruise on the Branson
Belle, 7 nights deluxe
accommodations, 7 break-
fasts, 2 lunches, 5, dinners,
goody bags, luggage han-
dling and a good time.
Winterfest 2010 is set
for Jan. 7-10 in Mobile,
Alabama. Gospel niusic
anyone? Now is your
chance to enjoy three nights
of gospel music featuring
entertainment such as:
See SR. CITIZENS, page 12


Come join CalCo 'Ravel
for an overnight in Biloxi,
Mississippi on November
12, 2009. If you feel lucky
- try your hand at gaming.
'Ikip includes: overnight
at the Grand, $15 in free
play, 1 buffet breakfast;, and
motorcoach transportation
to Biloxi, all for the low
price of $99 / double and
$139 / single. .
The bus will pick up
along the I-10 corridor,
leaving Blountstown at
9:00 AM on Thursday,
November 12, and and
returning by 7:00 PM on
Friday, November 13.
This trip will fill up fast,
so call Dorothy, Sarah, or
Marilyn at (850) 674-4163
to make a reservation.
Payment due at the time of
sign up. Last day to register
is November 2, 2009.
Must be 21 years of age
to participate. All major
credit cards, checks, and
cash are accepted as pay-


Gulf Coast


Blountstowln ED. urges residents to


FROM BLOUNTSTOWN FIRE
CHIEF BEN HALL

Once a child touches a
hot stove, as the cliche
goes-he learns his lesson,
stay away from a hot stove.
This cliche does not take
into account the pain and
suffering from burns and
burns should not be part of
the learning process.
That's why Blountstown
Fire Department is team-
ing up with the National
Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) for Fire
Prevention Week 2009 -
October 4-10 to urge
everyone tp "Stay Fire
Smart! Don't Get Burned."

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teaching local residents
how to plan and practice
escape from a home in case
a fire occurs.
The statistics are stag-
gering. Each year roughly
3,000 people dies as a
result of home fires and
burns, and more than
200,000 individuals are
seen in the nation's emer-
gency rooms for burn
injuries,
. "The most common
types of burn injuries result
from fire or flame burns,
scalds and contact burns,"
said Ben Hall, Fire Chief.
"Burns are painful and can
result in serious scarring
and even death. When we
take extra caution in our
homes to ensure that the
curHng iron is out of chil-
dren's reach or pot handles
are turned away from the
edge of the stove, such
injuries are entirely pre-
ventable. Keeping our
homes safe froyn fire and
preventing devastating
burn injuries is a healthy
change we can make hap-
pen."
By following simple


Nancy Grice .to wed

Kevin Smith Nov. 21
Rena Grice and Jessica Smith are pleased to
announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of
their parents, Nancy Alene Grice of Blountstown to
Kevin Lynn Smith of Bainbridge, Georgia.
Nancy is the daughter of Alene Grice of Altha, and
the late Doyel Grice of Grand Ridge. Nancy is the
granddaughter of the late Dan and Allie Mae Waldroff
of Altha.
Kevin is the son of Alicia and Jay Hadley of
Bainbridge, GA, and George and Mary Smith of
Auburndale, Florida. Kevin is the grandson of the late
Eunice Norris and the late Hatcher Vickers, both of
Bainbridge, GA.
The wedding will take place on November 21 at
West Baiilbridge Baptist Church in Bainbridge,
Georgia.

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The Altha cross country
team hosted their very first
meet, Friday, October 2,
and WOW what an out-
standing performance they
had. '11vo of the team mem-
bers placed in the top three
and many of the team
members rau their personal
best times. Coach John
Sewell said their perform-
ances are really starting to
improve and he is so proud
of the effort he is seeing
from all of them.
Teams in attendance
were Wewa and Port St
Joe. The top five girls were
Mary Sewell: 23:56, Kimi
Wiltse: 26:53, Hannah
Plazarin: 27:07, Rebe'kah
Wiltset 27:09, and Madison
Rowe: 27:23. The top five
boys were Devin Ferrell:
20:42, Ashton Baggett:
21:25, Porter Smith: 21:30,
Tyler Hamilton: 22:43, and
Ethan Ellis: 22:45. In the
girls division, Mary Sewell
placed 2nd overall. In the
boys division Devin Ferrell
received 3rd place overall.
Coach, Maggie Sewell
noted the park was packed
with fans from the commu-
nity. AHS administrators,
faculty and staff, students,
and also many parents
came out to cheer on the
Wildcats.
Both coaches would like
to send odt a special thank
you to Rodney Smith for all


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his help in preparing the
course, Russell Baggett for
being a course monitor, and
SRO Randy McCroan and
Deputy Eddie Dalton for
policing traffic.
The team's next meet
will be held in Daytona,
Florida. They will be par-
ticipating in the Embry-
Riddle University Cross
Country Classic. The
course is one of the most
challenging in the state of
Florida. College teams will
also be in attendance.
Altha will be competing in
the small school division
(1A/2A schools).
The following are the
top five finishers for thp
meet. In the girls division,
coming in first place from


Wewa was Donie Lanier
with a time of 23:46.
Second place was Mary
Sewell from Altha with a
time of 23:56, third place
was Wewa's Laurel Manor,
26:05, fourth place was
Altha's Kimi Wiltse, 26:53,
and fifth place, Altha's
Hannah Plazarin, 27:07.

In the boys division,
coming in first was Wewa's
Andrew Bidwell, 19:34.
Second place, also from
Wewa, was William Bailey,
20:26. In third place was
Altha's, Devin Ferrell,
20:42. Fourth place was
Altha's Ashton Baggett,
21:25, and 5th place, also
from Altha, was Porter
Smith, 21:30.


Lady Tigers
on the road,

back at home

October 13
The Blountstown Lady
Tigers gre on the rodd
this week oiler three
garnes of home They
were set 10 irovel to
Holmes County on
Tuesday then Groceville
Thursday They will be
back of home October 13
to loke on Collondole

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leaves the defense on the field and usually wears
them down over the course of the game'
However, this time our defense held strong and
never really allowed Graceville to challenge the
red zone to put points on the board except for the
field goal in the third quarter. Our defense plGyed
outstanding all night, especially considering the
size of the offensive line on the field for Graceville.
They were the biggest public school on' the front
since I saw Vernon in 2005. They were huge but,
our kids hung in there and made plays when they
had to and we iivon the game.
This week we prepare for a very talented West
Gadsden team that is hurigry for a win. We will
have to play well on both sides of the ball to win
this week. It's a District game arid a road game
this week. Kickoff will be at 6:30 cst at
Greensboro.
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Tigers defeat Graceville,14-3


yards on 55 attempts but
could not get into the end-
zone. Graceville completed
only 1 of 4 passes for -2




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yards.
Dowling Lee had an
outstanding game being in
on 18 tackles. Alexander
Garrett was in on 14 tack-
les followed closely by
Byron Hall with 11 and
Jawon Mosley with, 10.
Jason Money was in on 9
tackles followed by Leon
Broxton with 6, Ryan
McIntyre with ,5, Paul
Mosley with 5 and Frankie
Murrell with B. Brandon
Smith, Princeton Grant,
D.J. Brunson and Darren
Huff were also in on defen-
sive stops.
Offensively, the Tigers


were held to 97 yards rush-
ing on 31 carries for a 3.1
yard per carry average.
Quarterback Buggs com-
pleted 2 of 5 passes for 39
yards. Broxton had the
one big catch for 33 yards
and Paul Mosley had one
reception for 6 yards.
Blake Sh61ton did a
good job punting for the
Tigers. Shelton punted
three times for a 39.3 yard
average and a long ptmt of
55 yards.
Darren Huff was the
workhorse for the Tigers
rushing attack with 69
yards on 11 carries and a
long run of 18 yards.
Princeton Grant and
Jawon Mosley each rushed
for 17 yards in the game.
"West Gadsden hasn't
won a game, but they've
been playing teams like
Rickards and Chiles.
They're big and have some
speed as always," Jordan
added. "This is our second
district game,.so we really
need to play well."

Blountstown
VS.
West Gadsden
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Greg Jordan said Monday.
The 14-3 non-district
win over Graceville
improved the Tigers to 4-0
on the season and 1-0 in
district play. The Tigers
will face West Gadsden
Friday bright in Greensboro
in another district
matchup.
"Graceville was huge up
front and we had a hard
time blocking them. They
limited us to only 36 offen-
sive plays while they ran
59. We had one drive to
open the third quarter and
the touchdown. gave us a
14-0 lead. They kicked a
field goal in the third quar-
ter, but never really threat-
ened to score again. We
just kept running the ball,
avoided big mistakes and
playing good defense,"
Jordan noted.
The Tigers got on the
scoreboard first when Paul
Mosley picked up a fumble
and raced to the endzone
Alexander Garrett added
the PAT and Blountstown
led after two minutes, 7-0.
The remainder of the
first quarter was played
near midfield with neither
team mounting a threat.
Early in the second quar--
ter, Charles Buggs, Jr. con-
nected with Leon Broxton
for 33 yards and a first
down at the Graceville 25.
The Tigers managed 3
yards on 4 downs and
Graceville took over.
Some big defensive
plays got the ball bacle for
Blountstown at the
Graceville 26 but the
Tigers would lose the ball
ac avill 8mb d li e. the
After Graceville kicked
a 35 yard field goal on their
opening possession of the
third quarter, hard running
by Darren Huff, Princeton
Grant arid Jawon Mosley
moved the ball to the
Graceville one where
Buggs dove in for the
touchdown with 5:14 left in
the third quarter. Garrett's
PAT was once again good.
Neither team mounted a
threat for the remainder of
the third quarter and much
of the fourth. Graceville
failed on a fourth down
play late in the game and
the Tigers took over at the
Graceville 5. The Tigers
ran out the clock from
there without trying to
score.
The Blountstown
defense deserves praise for
their continued good play,
especially in' games when
the offense hM struggled,
Graceville rushed for 173


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hard fought win at Graceville.'It was a low scor-
ing contest with both defenses playing well.
On Graceville's first series, Dowling Lee hit
Graceville's Q.B. on an option play and caused a
fumble and Paul Mosley was there and scooped
the ball and scored the only first half points of the
game to give the BHS Tigers a 7-0 lead.
Graceville recovered the second half on side kick
after we had our "hands" return team on the field
anticipating an onside Rick. That lead- to
Graceville's only points of the nighton field goal
to cut the lead to 7-3. The BHS Tigers responded
with our only sustained TD drive of the night
capped of by a Buggs QB sneak to provide the
winning margin of 1.4-3.
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on the night running less than 40 pigys and 150
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For today's article I want to reach back to Shakespeare
and Macbeth. You should read Isa. 1:18.
Horror-stricken at the recollection of his crime, Macbeth
FOCOilS at his wife's suggestion that he should fake the dog-
geT'S with which he has murdered the King of Scotland and
wash the blood from them:
"I am afraid to think what I have done; Look on't again
dare not '
"' .
His wife snatches the dogger's from his hands and goe#
to wash them herself, while Macbeth lifts hisloody hadds
and stores of them:
"Will all great Neptune's ocean .wash this blood clean
from m hand? No, this my hand will rather the rtgiltitudi-
nous seas incarnadine making the green one red.'
Lady Macbeth returns; but her hands, too, are now
stained from the blood which she has smeared on the inno-
cent guards in an attempt to incriminate them. Storing at
her hands she so -
yS.
"A little water clears us of the deed; how easy it is then!'
But it is not that easy! That night, as she walks in her
sleep, she re-lives the murder. As she walks, she rubs her
hands together, seeking endlessly to cleanse them.
achi h Tuet) ehea toward her husband (who is not

'Give me your hand. What's done can be undone....'
And in honor her physician cries "God forgive us all....'
We need to understand that only the Blood of Jesus
Christ can wash away our sins.


Gre& Ve ChriSORIl COllllSelillg -
Paul F. Joyner, Ph.D.
,
Tamaria E. Joyner, Ed. D.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Pagle 8


Fields of Faith
By Devin Ferrell
Fields of Faith is coining
up again; on October 14 at
6:00 pm at the Altha base-
ball field. This is a student
led event where they chal-
lenge each other to come
closer to Christ. It is spon-
sored by the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes. Last
year's event drew over
100,000 people. nation-
wide. Everyone is invited,
so please come out in make
this year even better.

The Eve Effect
By Tyler McCoy
The Eve Effect by Ms.
Jackie Humphreys, a his-
tory and government
teacheree ntlAltha bT oeo

After completing her docto-
rial dissertation, her profes-
sors were so impressed
with the study that it was
submitted for publication.
Her book represents a case
study conducted to deter-
mine if female children pos-
sess the same degree of


FFA Livestock
Competition @Jackson
County Fairgrounds
Thursday, October 8,
. 4th grade Ag. Field Day @
Quincy Agriculture Center;
Middle School Volleyball
@ Hosford, 3 p.m.; Varsity
Volleyball @ John Paul II,
5/6 p.m.
Saturday, October 10,
Cross Country @ Embry
Riddle Asics, TBA
Monday, October 12,
Varsity Volleyball vs.
FAMU, 5 p.m.
'Ibesday, October 13,
JV/Varsity Volleyball @
Bethlehem, 5/6 p.m.
Wednesday, October 14,
Senior Day @ Chipola
College; Fields of Faith, 6

Thursdayy, October 15,
,FFA Forestry Competition
@. Marianna Caverns;
Middle School Volleyball
vs. 'Iblar, 3 p.m.
Friday, October 16, End
of 1st Nine Weeks
Saturday, October 17,
FCA Middle School
Retreat @ BMS


MRS. JACKIE HUMPHREYS


probability for criminal
behavior as their male
counterparts do and
whether or not mothers,
not fathers, may actually
be the primary contributor

tiinflu nca f mile imOn
faculty and students are
very proud of Ms.
Humphreys for being a
bl hd
pu is e aut or.

Calendar
Wednesday, October 7 ,


MRs. SALENAU FLOWERs


FCAT grand prize livinner Savannah Prowant is congratulat-


Teacher Feature

byTA r sraBae oniger in
town, Salena Flowers, but
Mrs. Flowers as we know
her. She is our new Algebra
teacher coming from
Marianna. She has a won-
derful sense of humor, great
style, and always has a
smile on her face.
This week I had a
chance to sit down with her
and chat with her. I asked
her a lot of random ques-
tions about her life, and we
had a few laughs. Mrs.
Flowers is currently mar-
ried to Mr. Jason Flowers;
their first child will arrive at
the end of the year. As a
child she moved around a
lot because her father was
in the Navy. She was born
in Texas, lived in South
Florida one year, Virginia
Beach for several years,
California 3 years, and then
she came to Marianna
High School for her Senior
t adwas sonedof te
Chipola Bachelor Program.
She taught Math in
Marianna for four years.
Mrs..Flowers got married

a)nd mov o 2WewaH
fairorite subject besides
algebra is science, and if
she, weren't a teacher she
would be a song artist.
Maybe we'll get to hear her
sing one day. Currently her
favorite hobbies/sports are
music, cooking, and
Zumba. Her favorite genre

hrisniusicand w Idvort
song is, The Revelation


drinks were dished out in
the gym, and prizes of $25
and $50 Wal-mart gift
cards were also given away
at the celebration.
Savannah Prowant, a soph-
omore at BHS, won the
grand prize of a 26" flat
screen TV. Mr. Barber and
Mrs. Price praised the 146
eligible students for their
hard work on the FCAT.

SGA News
Blountstown High
School's SGA is having a
rib sale on Saturday,
October 10th on the corner
of Hwy 20 and Hwy 71.
The ribs will be sold from
11am to 2pm. The cost of a
huge slab of ribs is $20. For
more information call Mrs.
Samantha Thylor at 674-
5724.
.
Calendar of Events
Thursday, Oct. 8th,
Volleyball, Away at
Graceville @5:00/6:00; JV
Football, Home against
Liberty @ 5:00
Friday, Qct. 9th, Varsity
Football, Away at West
Gadsden @6:30
Monday, Oct. 12th,
FCAT Retakes
Tuesday, Oct. 13th,
FCAT Retakes
Volleyball, .Home
against Cottondale @
5:00/6:00
Wednesday, Oct. 14th,
PSAT for 10th grade;
Senior Day at Chipola


Song
Between FSU and UF
her favorite.team is UF Go
,
Gators!! Mrs. Flowers
favorite flower is the orchid.
As I said in the beginning,
she has a great sense of
style. I asked what her
favorite clothes brand was
and I enjoyed her answer,
"I shop clearance," and I

Ed t lowheree ou
lot of the time. .
Mrs. Flowers is very dif-
ferent from other teachers;
it's in a good way though.
Her teaching is very under-
standable. Currently she is
trying to make a Math
Remake of the, "Electric
Slide," she was telling us
this in my 6th Period class.
Mrs. Flowers can be a little
different at times but I
. know that's the one thing
that we Blountstown High
students love about her.
We are truly honored to
have Mrs. Flowers as one
of our new teachers.

FCAT Party
by Jacy Richards
.The students at
Blountstown High school
who made learnmg gams m
reading and math or scored
3.5 in writing, or a 3 or
higher win science were
rewarded with a prize filled
pizza party during home-
coming week on 'Ibesday.
The students were given an
extended lunch. Pizza and


The cost of college is for-
midable, preventing many
deserving students from
attending at all and leaving
inany others to graduate
with an overwhelming
amount of debt. Last year,
the average tuition at a pri-
vate four-year institution
rose 5.9 percent, reaching
$25,143, and the average
i-ost of attending a public
four-year university
increased 6.4 percent*.
The Elks National
Foundation's Most
Valuable Student
Scholarship contest, which
launched on September 1,
2009, aims to alleviate this
financial burden for 500
ambitious students.


- 'this year, through the
MVS Scholarship, the Elks
National' Foundation will
award $2.296 million, giv-
ing students a chance to
earn a college education
without incurring insur-
mountable loans. The
Foundation awards 18 top
winners scholarships rang-
ing from $8,000 to $60,000
over four years. The
remaining 482 runners-up
receive $4,000 scholarships
over four years.
This scholarship is avail-
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citizens. Applicants do not
need to be related to a
member of the Elks. Males
and females compete sepa-


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scholarship, leadership and
financial need. Completed
applications must be .
turned in to the applicant's
nearest Elks Lodge, .no
later than November 2,
2009. National finalists will
be required to submit a sec-
ondary application. The
500 national winners will
be announced by April 1,
2010.
Applications for the
2010 contest are available
at Elks Lodges, local high
schools, and for download
at www.elks.org/enf/schol
ars. For -complete -Most
Valuable Student scholar-
ship contest details, visit
www.elks.org/enf/scholars.


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October 17 at
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Pet-tober(est will be
held Saturday, October 17,
at the Citizens Lodge in
Marianna, from 9:00 a.m. -
2:00 p.m. Pet-toberfest is
sponsored by Partners For
pets, Inc. and is a non-prof:
it organization founded in
1991 by Phil Rotolo. it was
established to help cats,
dogs and other small ani-
mals find a good home.
Also, they try to. educate
about proper care for the
animals and to teach about
spays and neuter in hopes
to reduce the animal popu-
lation.
Everyone is invited to
bring the family and pets
out to enjoy all the festivi-
ties. Some of the activities
that will be be going on is:
Kids and pets are can have
their pictures taken with
Santa Claus; Bring a photo
of your pet for the Cutest
Pet Contest; Kids & Pets,
dress up in your Halloween
Costumes for the Pet
Parade and also enter the
Owner/Pet Look-alike

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children's ages 15 & under

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Puppies and kittens will be
available for adoption.
. There will food booths,
fun activities, educational
demonstrations, a silent
auction, door prizes, and
contest winners!
Proceeds will go to lierie-
fit Partners for Pets, Inc.,
Phil Rotolo Memorial
Animal Shelter.

Marianna High

01888 Ofl969

plans reunion
Marianna High School
1969 Class Reunion. The
40 years class reunion for
the 1969 graduates of
Marianna High School will
include participation inthe .
Homecoming Parade .and
attending the game on
October 23, anit a social
gathering at The compass
Lake Lodge on October 24,
2009.
Details & reservations,
please call 850-814-1771.
uMllSICRI COmedy
Murders" on stage
Rt Chil)Ola Theater
Chipola College Theater
is in full rehearsal for the
upcoming, "Musical
Comedy Murders of 1940."
Performances of the show
are set for Nov. 5-9.
The comic romp pokes
fun at the more ridiculous
aspects of "show biz" and
the corny thrillers of
Hollywood's heyday. For
information, call Theatre
director Charles Sirmon at
850-718-2227, or email sir-
mons@chipola.edu.


MARIAN NA The
Chipola College Chamber
chorus invites all area
singers to join with the cho-
yus in singing a portion of
their upcoming Fall
Concert:
Rehearsals will be held
Monday evenings from 6 to
8 p.m., Nov. 2, 9, and .16,
nd Saturday, Nov. 21, at
10 a.m. The performance is
get for Sunday, Nov 22, at
2:30 p.m., in the Chipola
Arts Center.
The program will
include Handel selections
as well as a benediction by
Peter Lutkin. Community
chorus members will join in
singing several movements
of Coronation Anthems 2


and 3.
- The Chamber Chorus is
under the direction of
Bethany Kiral and accom-
panied by Dr. Joshua
Martin.
According to Joan
Stadskley, Director of Fine
and Performing Arts, "It is
always such a pleasure to
have community members
participate with us."


Music, rehearsal CD's
and other information will
be available beginning Oct.
12 for pick-up in the Music
Office in the Fine Arts
Building.

Material also may be
mailed by contacting Joan
Stadskley at
stadsklevj@chipola.edu or
by phone at 850-718-2301.


Fields of Faith set for October 14,


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Savannah Prowant wins FCAT prize


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hosted a Scholastic Book
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part of the.week's activi-
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Tuesday, September 25.
Attendees enjoyed
browsing and shopping
the great selection.
Pictured are Cathy
McWaters and her daugh- -
ters Megan (first. grade)
and Carly (PK).
We also want td thank
the following volunteers for a .
their hard work during the ;
Book Fair: Beth Herndon,
Connie Hurst, Shanna
Kelley, Cheryl McDoniel,
Crystal Newsome, April .
Odom, Brenda Shiver, and
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The County Record, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Page 9


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MARIANNA-
Registration for Fall Term c
at Chipola College is Oct.
15. Classes begin Oct. 16
arid run through Dec. 16.
College officials added
the C term to the Fall
semester of classes to give
students another opportuni-
ty to enroll. The six weeks
term is open to new stri-
dents and to these currently
enrolled.
The following ,courses
will be offered: American
History to 1865, (AMH
2010), 3 hours, Online;
Introduction to Biological
Science (BSC 1005), 3
hours, 12-1:50 p.m.,
Monday, Wesday, and
Thursday; Microcomputer
Applications for Business
and Ecohomics (CGS
1100), 3 hours, partially
online; Human Growth and
Development, (DEP 2004),
3 hours, online;
Communications Skills I,

i"y, t's-- hoF sl, 8d
International Bi2siness

5" -"iE
Humanities with Writing
(HUM 2216), 4 hours cred-
it, online; College Algebra
(MAC 1105), 3 hours, 5:30-
8:30p.m., Monday and
Thursday; Math for Liberal
Arts II (MGF 1107), 3
hours, 12-1:50 p.m.,
IVIonday, Tuesday, and
Thursday; Business
Statistics (QMB 2100), 3
hours, 4-5:50 p.m.,
Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday- Advanced
Reading (REA 1205), 2
hours, 12-1:50 p.m.,
Monday and Wednesday;
Orientation (SLS 1101),
1hour, 6-9 p.m.,
.
Wednesday, and
Intermediate Spanish I
(SPN 2220), 4 hours, 2-
3:50 p.nk. Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday.
For more information,
call 850-718-2311, or visit
www.chipola.edu.


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The faculty and staff of
Blountstown middle hosted
an "A" celebration on
September 29th for the stu-
dents of BMS.
Blountstown Middle
School received a letter
grade of an A on the
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test for the
2008-2009 school year.
The students enjoyed a day
of fun in sun with water
slides, games, music and
food.
The faculty and staff
would like to thank Glenn


DeVaust and the Piggly
Wiggly & Ben Hall and the
Blounstown Fire
Department for their help
in making the celebration a
success.


Kimbrell and the
Blountstown Police
Department, Michael
Bryant and Adam Terry
and the Calhoun County
Sheriffs Office, Rebecca


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BHS Class of '99
to hold reunion
October 16-17
The Blountstown High
School Class of 1999 will
hold their 10 year reunion
the weekend of Oct. 16-17.
Classmates will meet up
at ,the game Friday night
and sit together. A
dinner/dance cruise will 14
held on Oct. 17. Classmates
will board at Captain
Anderson's in Panama.City
at 6:30 pm. The cruise will
last 3 hours and will returri
to the dock at 9:30 pm.
The cost is $48 a person
and that includes a buffet
dinner of prime rib, seafood,
chicken and pasta.
Everyone will need to call
1-800-360-0510 with a
credit card number to
r eLye TouEsMo O EARE
PART OF THE BHS
CLASS OF 1999
REUNION PARTY. They
will seat us all together and
let us put out pictures and
decorate our area. Please
feel free to bring a guest.


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Blountstown Middle School continues their undefeated
streak to 3-0. The Tigers defeated the Sharks of Port St. Joe
last Tuesday night with an impressive win of a score of 30-
0. The BMS Tigers were set to face the Wewa Gators Tuesday
night at home.


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asked how her work experience has been, Hand said, "Very pleasant,
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Blountstown United Methodist Church
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Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Sunday Worship...11:00 Alk1
Telephone: 674-8254 Email:btownumc@yahoo.cotti


SOUTH SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD
* 15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz fr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
PASTOR Children's Church 11:00 AM
482-4825 EveningWorbsip 5:00PM
CHURCH PHONE 11 Cl rT Obt -12Noon
674-8884


For information on listing

your church in this
dif8CLOry, please contact
The COR11ty Record
at 674-5041.


FirSt Church of the Nazarene
17826 NE Orozier St. Blountstown; FL 32424 850-866-4036
Sr. Pastor: Dr. Ernie Gray 850-674-8169
PastorernieRrav@juno.com
Schedule of Services
Morning Worship 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School 10:15 a.m.
Wed. Bible Study 6:00 p.m.


St. Mary Missionary

BRptiSt Church
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sanday school exho Anr wommy womasp 2 500 An
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Meariinggfulo I Study......... :4 AM
u p ..e d
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I Pastor David Throckmorton
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
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Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ


4 BIORRtStOwn First
Assembly of God Church
Sunday Services Pastor, Shelton Kindig

o B21 u o 11FStreet
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM 850-674-4331


For Ireformattion on Placing Your Church in the Directory, Please Call 67'#-5041


The County Record, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Page 10


REV. ROY RANDOLPH

BO eEMr d Roy Randolph
Bozeman, 88, of
Tallahassee, Florida,
passed away Wednesday,
September 30, 2009, at his
home.
Reverend Bozeman was
born in Quitman, Georgia,
to the late Charles and Lou
Ann Bozeman and was a
retired minister pastoring
numerous churches in the
surrounding area for 47
years. He was a veteran of
World War II, serving in
the U.S. Army.
He was preceded in
death by a daughter, Peggy
shire*mth d e

Bozeman; two sisters,
Ethel Shuler and Evelyn
Raden; and a granddaugh-
ter, Wendy Watson.
Survivors include his
wife of 69 years, Pauline, of
Tallahassee; two sons,
Randy Bozeman and his
wife, June, .and Bill
Bozeman and his wife,
Angel, all of Tallahassee;
three daughters, Sandra

A mmsasandf Belro husband
Florida, Gwyn Grissett and
her husband, Mike, of
Whigham, Georgia, and
Rissa Maxwell and her hus-
band, Eugene, of
Tallahassee; 13 giahdchil-
dren, Kay, 'Ibmmy, Wanda, .
Everett Sherith,
Nashenna, Michelle,
Rachelle, Dylan, Dennis,
Jodi, Sarah and William; 19
great grandchildren, Jenni,
Savannah, Christy, Zack,
Shelby, Ben, Chip, Chad,
Ashley, Elliott, Candace,
Wade, Clayton, Camden,
Allison, Stephen,. Ashley,
Autumn, and Tyler; and
three great great grandchil-
dren, Emma, Parker, and
Cole.
Funeral services were
held at 1:00 PM CST
Saturday, October 3, at
Adams Funeral Home
Chapel with Reverend 'Ibm
'llyon officiating, assisted
by Reverend Thomas
Adams and Reverend Tim
Bailey. Interment followed
at. Pine Memorial
Cemetery near
Blountstown.
Adams Funeral 1-lome
was in charge of the
arrangements (ph. 674-
5449 or Online at
www.adamsfh.com).

LENA 'tHORNTON

LTe a Thornton Lamb,
76, of Bristol, Florida,
passed away Friday,
October 2, 2009, in
Panama City, Florida.
She was born in Panama

ato keelated.1 a
Crawfordville, Florida, for
many years where she
worked for Wakulla County
Senior Citizens and was a
member of Jehovah's
Witness Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Jessie. Lamb; two sons,
Julian and Silas Thornton;
two brothers, Homer and
Broward Spikes; a sister,

"'nt?"""scandBa bath-
She is survived by a son,
Jessie Thornton, of
Crawfordville; a daughter,
Judy Thornton Bass, and
her husband, Kenny, .of
Panama City; three broth-
ers, Jake Spikes and his
wife, Marty, of Panama
City, Maurice Spikes and
his wife, Sheila, of Kinard,

P a 1910 11e tSpi ster
THoi TemdleM bFe Burt

of Bristol; and a brother-in-
law, Brady Brown, of
Hosford; 10 grandchildren
and 25 great-grandchildren,
Funeral services were

Itdo r2:00 p. .,
Funeral Home Chapel with
Reverend Johnny Cromer
and Reverend John
.
Thomas officiating.
Interment followed in Pine
Memorial Cemetery near
Blountstown-


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MILLER Marian Haines

1VIiller, 93, of Blountstown,
FL, passed away Saturday,
October 3, 2009 in
Blountstown.


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, Marian was born or
March 17 1916, in
Medford, NJ, and had lived
in Blountstown for the past
six years, coming from
Indiana. She was raised in
the Society of Friends and
graduated from Earlham
College where she met and
later married James A
Barclay who preceded her
in death,
She was also prpeeded in
death by husband, Virgi
Miller; brothers, Warren
and Herbert Haines; a
daughter, Helen J. Barclay
and a son, James R
Barclay.
Survivors include her
daughter, Patricia A
Barclay, of Blountstown
granddaughter, Phoebe D
Smith of Batavia, OH
grandson, James R. Barclay
II, of Danville, IN; grea
grandsons, Matthew J. and
Kyle A. Smith of Batavia
OH; three stepdaughters
and one stepson.

a IInterment 11 be)heldj
hiemo ioanization will be by

All arrangements are
under the direction o
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674
2266).

CHARLES EDWIN
(CHARLIE) YON
' Mr. Charles Edwin
.(Charlie) Yon, 82, o
Blountstown, passed away
Tuesday, September 29
2009, at his home.
Charlie was born
November 11, 1926, in
.Blountstown and had lived
here all his life. He Ava
postmaster in Blountstown

f e n2 ey a is ndt h
Army during WWII. H
was of the Methodist faith.
Survivors include his wife
Margaret Yon, o
Blountstown; two daugh
ters, Becky Kastli and he
husband, Walter, o
Blountstown, and Charlott
Cummins and her husband
Jeff, of Corpus Christi
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gra dachildnNaooT grea
Memorial services wer
held Saturday, October 3
at 10 a.m. at th
Blountstown Unit6
Methodist Church wit

TCh iSmithnofficiat
food or flowers
Contributions may be mad
to Covenant .Hospice si
4440 Lafayette Street
Marianna, FL 32446.
All arrangements wer
under the direction o


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onu tasitown Ilom850-67
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Dixie Melody Boys to perform Oct. 23
One of Gospel music's most popular quartets, The Dixie
Melody Boys, will be featured at the First Baptist Church
in Marianna on Friday, October 23. The Dixie Melody
Boys will share their unique, four-part harmony with those
attending this special event at 7 pm.
Since organizing over four decades ago, The Dixie
Melody Boys have enjoyed much success, including a
Grammy nomination and numerous Fan Award nomina-
tions from The Singing News Magazine, Southern Gospel
Music's leading fan and trade publication. Hit releases
have flowed their way in bunches, including recent releas-
es such as "I'll Be Living That Way," "I Won't
Compromise," "Welcome Home," "Antioch Church
Choir" and "I'm One Of Them."
This exciting musical event promises to be enjoyable for
the dhtire family. To obtain additional information, call
850-526-3913.

Altha FBG to host volleyball tourney
The Altha First Baptist Church Youth will be sponsor-
ing another 4-man volleyball tournament on Saturday,
October 24, at the Altha Gym. Registration begins at 9 am
with games getting underway by 10 am.
Teams consist of four players on court at a time, one
being a female. Each team is allowed seven players, if
desired. Participant fee is $10 per person. Concessions will
be available.
All proceeds benefit AFBC Youth. Thank you for your
participation in this event! For more info, please call or
text Miriam at 272-1608, Missy at 209-7323 or Kristen at
643-1617.

Yard sale, car wash at True Holiness
'ltue Holiness Church on River Street will have a huge
church yard sale and car wash on Saturday, October 17,
beginning at 7:00 a.m.
There will be clothing for women, teens, and young
men, housewares, tools and odds and ends. Also, there will
be great food to eat.
The church is located next to the old sewing factory on
River Street. Donations accepted.
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Hillcrest Baptist to host celebration
Come join the fun at Hillcrest Baptist Church this
Saturday, October 10, from.5 to 9 p.m. for a time of cele-
brating God's goodness and blessings.
We will have games and prizes, a bonfire, chile, music,
and a hayride for all the family to enjoy. As they brought
their offerings to the Lord in the past, we would like to
encourage you to bring some non-perishable food items to
. contribute to the new Calhoun/Liberty Ministry Center.
The center will be distributing food and clothing to families
within Liberty and Calhoun counties in the near future.
Hillcrest Baptist is located five miles west of Shelton's
l Corner on CR274.


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the Widow of Doug
Suinmerlin of Bristol*


7 ounces and was 19-3/4 inches long. Grandparents are
Ruthie Abbott and Julian Duncon of Blountstown and Charles
and Linda Hill of Bristol. Abrey was welcomed home by a
host of frkinds and family including his proud brothers and
sisters, Jacob, Dylan, and Baleigh Hill.


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Settlement n ounsown.
Lunch will be served at
1 p.m. The meat entree,
bread and drinks will be
provided. Please bring your
favorite vegetable, casse-
role and/or dessert. Also,
bring family photos and sto-


g y
ing and catching up is
planned.
For more information,
call Diane (Whitehead)
Hall at 850-722-8445 or
Barbara (Whitehead)
Anderson at 864-915-4605.


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The final preparations
are being made for the
Frink School Reunion to be
held Saturday, October 10.
Everyone will gather in the
Frink Gym at the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement in Sam Atkins


Park.
Hope you can join us to
talk about the good old days
and enjoy a covered dish
lunch at noon. Bring family
and friends of the Frink
School, alumni, faculty, and
friends.


possession of drug para-
phernalia.
Michael Jerome Bailey,
41, was charged with pos-
session of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia.
According to the Liberty
County Sheriff's Office, a
warrant was issued after an
undercover purchase of
narcotics was previously
conducted at the home. A
search of the home turned
up a plastic bag with sever-


al smaller bags of marijuana
inside, packaged to sell; a
bottle containing several
different pills; a scale; a nd
a burnt marijuana ciga-
rette.
Bailey did not reside at
the home, but was there at
the time of the search. It
was discovered that he had
an outstanding warrant.
While placing him under
arrest, marijuana was found
in his pocket.
All three suspects were
booked into the Calhoun
County Jail. Baskerville is





bond, as well as a warrant
from Jackson County.


Chosen "Chi Chi" Roulhac
captured first place (11-12
year old division) recently in
the second annual football
skills competition, sponsored
by the Sneads Recreation
Association. The event waS
held Sept. 26 at Adam Tucker
Wilson Memorial Park in
Sneads. Chosen is a sixth
grader at Blountstown Middle
School.


Leg al Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.09-224-DR
EARL R. BLACKWELL,
Petitioner
and.
CRYSTAL BLACeKWEl..L, .

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
To:KRYSTALBLACKWELL
15529 NW Chipola Street, Altha, fL 32421
1 0
.e.MU [sFIE FJOTIFIED.that an action has
-e. bled age..r.El y.:.0 and that you are
-eduirr-a to 5.-.rse a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Earl R. Blackwell,
whose. address is 15503 NW Chipola
Street, Altha, PL 32421 on or before
October 1, 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 deto,
a default may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may
review these documents upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Courts 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, including dismissal or striking of
pleadings: .
Dated this August 31, 2009.
Ruth W. Attaway, ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court

Leg al Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO:08-008.CA
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC,
FlK/A GREEN TREE FINANCIAL SERV-
ING, CORP.,
1400 Turbine Drive, SuIte 200,
.Rapid City, SD 57703
Plaintiff, a
vs
EDWARD JONES, A/KA EDWARD
JONES., Jr,
HELEN.M. JONES, STATE OF FLORIDA,
CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF COM-
MISSION
PRIMUS AUTOMOTIVE FINANCIAL SER-
VICES,
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Defendants.
NOT10E OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, pur-
stiant to PlaIntiffs FInal Summary
Judgment Of Foreclosure entered in the
above-captioned-action, I will sell the prop.
erty situated in Calhoun County, Florida,
described as follows to wit:
BEGIN AT THE NW CORNER OF SE 1/4
OF 8E1/4 OF SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 1
80tITHbHANGEs80 WEST, AND Rg
BOUNDARY OF THE RIGHT OF .WAY
OF STATE ROAD NO. 71, THENCE
80UTHWESTERLY PARALLEL WITH
SAID RIGHT OF WAY 74 FEET FOR
POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE RUN
80UTHWESTERLY PARALLEL WITH
SAID RIGHT OF WAY 165 FEET;
THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG
THE NORTH SIDE OF CHURCHLY
PROPERTY 1681/2 FEET; THENCE
NORTH 110 FEET TO STOB; THENCE
NORTHEASTERLY ON LAND LINE 55
FEET; THENCE SOUTHEASTERLY 270
FEET TO POINT OF BEGINNING,
TOGETHERWITHTHATCERTAIN1998,
CLAYTON INDUSTRIES, 74X28,
PHOENIX MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NO
WHC009056GAAB,
at public sale, to the highest and best bid-
t'd:"dh atthtohues ontdt C horun
Avenue East, Blountstown, FlorIda 32424,
Calhoun County, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
(CST), on the 15th day of October, 2009.
Clerk of the Circuit Court

Legal Notice
R & R WAREHOUSES
NOTICE OF SALE


Blountstown, Florida, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at ON THE
FRONT STEPS OF THE COURTHOUSE
at I the CALHOUN County Courthouse
located at 20859 SE Central Avenue East
In Blountstown. Florida, at 11:00 a.m.CST,
on the 29th day of October, 2009 the fl
lowing described property as set forth
said Summary Final Judgment to-wit:
BEGINATTHESOUTHWESTCORNER
OHI GT 89 WT
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 28 MIN.
UTES 56 SECONDS EAST198.70 FEET'
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT LOCAT-
ED ON THE SOUTH SIDE RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF COUNTY GRADED
ROAD, THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES
23 MINUTES 66 SECONDS EAST 52.92
FEET, TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT
LOCATEDONTHE NORTHSIDERIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF COUNTY GRADED
ROAD, THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES
37MINUTESO9SECONDSEAST170.73
FEET, TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT
FOR POINT OF BEGINNING, THENCE
NORTH 00 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 56
SECONDS EAST 178.70 FEET, TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
SOUTH 88 DEGREES 87 MINUTES 09
SECONDS EAST 270.00 FEET, TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 56
SECONDS WEST 178.70 FEET, TO A
CONCRETE MONUMENT, THENCE
NORTH 88 DEGREES 37 MINUTES 09
SECONDS WEST 270.00 FEET, TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. ALSO, KNOWN
AS PARCEL 2. LYING AND BEING IN
THE NE 1/4 OF SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP
1 NORTH, RANGE 6 WEST. SAID LAND
SITUATE AND LYING IN CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date of the lis
pendens, must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
Dated this 30th day of September, 2009.
RUTH W ATTAWAY
Clerk of the Circuit Court


Leg al Notice
ORDINANCE NOT10E
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following
Ordinance No. 2009-03 of the City of
Blountstown. AN ORplNANCE TO BE
ENTITLED:
AN ORDINANCE TO BE ENTITLED: AN
ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 40,
ARTICLE V, SECTION 40-202 OF THE
BLOUNTSTOWN CITY -CODE; SET-
"nNG FORTH BASE RATE, CHANGES
FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICE FOR RESI-
DENTIAL AND, COMMERCIAL USES;
SETTING FORTH DEPOSITS
REQUIRED FOR ELECTRICAL SER-
VICE: SETONG FORTH RATES TO BE
CHARGED FOR METER BASES, SECU-
RITY LIGHTING AND CONNECTIONS;
SETTING FORTH RATES TO BE
CHARGED FOR MISCELLANEOUS
ELECTRICAL SERVICES; REPEALING
CONFLICTING RESOLUTIONS AND
ORDINANCES; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
SHALL BE PRESENTED to the City
Council, City of Blountstown, for second
and final ad.:.pilan int the Regular City
Council *,1.-c.nny 1... be held Tuesday, the
13th day of October 2009 at 6:00 RM. In
the City Council Meeting Room at 17282
NW Angle Stree Blountstown, FL 32424.
This ordinance shall become effective
upon final passage as provided by law.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS desiring to
be heard on the adoption of the aforesaid
Ordinance No. 2009-03 are cordially invit-
ed to be in attendance at this meeting.
COPIES OF THIS ORDINANCE In its
entirety may be obtained at City Hall,
20591 Central Avenue West, Blountstbwn,
Florida 32424 between the working hours
of M-F, 7:00A.M. To 4:00P.M.
BY: R.W.Deason, Mayor
Attest:James A. Woods, City Manager





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On October 12, 2009, at 10:00 a.m.
(CST), R & R Warehouses will dispose of
the contents of seven (7) storage units
from Blountstown and two (2) storage units
from Bristol at 19300 SR 20 W (850) 874-
4700,
The units are believed to contain house-
hold andlor personal property of the follow-
Ingtenants:

Chou I
Jamarial Brown
Margaret Greenwell
Gloria Juaram (2)
SalfyLee
GInger Nichola
Brenda Smith
All units not paid in full by this date will
be disposed of. THERE WILL BE NO
AUCTIONil v


Leg al Notice
TUPELO AVENUE
PROJECT # 14.002
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Cathoun County Board sof County
Commissioners will receive sealed bids
from any qualified person, company or cor-
poration Interested in constructing:
TUPELO AVENUE
Plans'and specifications can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc., 324 Marina Drive,
Port St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-
7200. The bid must conform to Section
287.133(3) Florida Statutes, on public enti-
ty crimes.
This project will consist of installing four
72" pipes with concrete end walls, and
repairing the asphalt roadway.
All bidders shall be FDOT Qualified per
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard
Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction, latest edition,
Completion date for these projects will be
ce r emttehdetd t eo eNs ito
dec
LIquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set
at $200.00 per day.
Please Indicate on the envelope that this Is
a sealed bid, the bid number and what the
bid is for.
Bids will be received until 2:00 p.m.(C.T.),
on Tuesday, October 20, 2009, at the
Calhoun County Clerk's Office, Calhoun
County Courthouse, 20859 Central
Avenue East, Room 130, Brountstown,
Florida 32424, and will be opened and
read aloud on Tuesday, October 20, 2009
at 5:00 p.m.(C.T.).
Cost for Plans and Specifications will be
$50.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PRE-
BLE-RISH, INC.
The Board of County Commissioners
reserves the right to walve Informailties in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in thelr
judgment will be in the best Interest of
Calhoun County.
.
If you have any questions, please call Matt.
Carpenter at (850) 643-2771 or email car-
penterm@preble-rish.com

Leg al Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:2008-CA-000179
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.
PLAINTIFFS,
-vs-
KlWANIS G. NICHOLS JR.; APRIL GW
NICHOLS: ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHORE NOTKNOWNTOBEDEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
EN S IANOSSEOSESIO
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that pur-
suant to a Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated September 30, 2009
entered In Civil Case No.2008-CA-000179
of the Circuit Court of the 14TH Judicial
Circuit in and for CALHOUN County,


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from Noon to 5 p.m. at the reunion were a huge suc-
Frink Gym inside the cess and organizers want to
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REP. MARTI COLEY VISITS ALTHA SCHOOL: State Representative Marti Coley pqid Alth0
School's American Government crosses a visit. The seniors listened attentively as Mrs. Coley
explained the structure of the House of Representatives. The seniors learned that the Speqker
of the House is the most important person in the House, and he/she decides which commit-
tee hears which bill. They also learned that in the State of Florida, there are 120 House mem
bers, and Mrs. Coley represents nine counties, including Calhoun and Jackson. After Mrs.
Coley spent some time telling about the things that influenced her into going into politics and
the main structure of the house, she gave the students on opportunity to ask questions. We
appreciate Mrs. Coley taking some time out of her busy schedule to visit Altha.
-Written By Kayla HireS

* *,
Sr: Catezens tnps contd

Gold City, McKameys, breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 $599/single, $469/double'
Hoppers, Arnolds, Aaron dinners, 3 nights deluxe $419/triple or quad.
Wilbur, Perry's .Talley 'llio, hotel accommodations,, 3 Call Dorothy, Sarah, or
Dove Brothers, Brian Free nights admission to Marilyn at (850) 674-4163
& Assurance, ahd others. Winterfest, and admissions to make a reservation or for
Trip includes: motor- to all attractions listed. more information on any of
coach transportation, 3 Cost of the trip: these trips.


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HOSHIZAKI Ice Machines


The County Record, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Page 12


The chances I'm taking
Sometimes might knock
me down
But, no, I'm not break-
ing

It goes on to say... .
Keep on moving
Keep climbing
Keep the faith
If that song doesn't bring
you to tears, what would?
So I had my inspiration and
my heart was in it!
Now a couple of months
into the remodel, walls tore
down, new floors and ceil-
ing in, special European
style chandelier with pink
crystal hearts, impressive
trim work, plantation shut-
ters, whimsical fabrics and
wall colors, now everything
in the room is new, includ-
ing the digital mammogra-
phy machines
During the remodel, I
talked to Phillip about
doing a ribbon cutting and
reception so we agreed to
do it in the month of
October in honor of breast

t gaTseunceh spH w
room to have a formal
"pink ribbon" cutting '
-:
SUBSCRIBE TODAYf !
. J


For those women that
will be there for an exam, I
have special words on the .
wall, saying, "Keep on mov-
ihg, keep climbing, keep
the faith." So I, along with
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital,
request your presence this
Friday, Oct. 9, at 11 am for
the official ribbon cutting. I
will be working with the


kitchen staffto culminate a
tasty pink menu of finger
foods. Recently, I was in
New Ydrk City and even
picked up 4 lbs. of pink
M&Ms specially for the
occasion. So, please join us
to celebrate life!
If you have any ques-
tions, please call Phillip
Hill at 850-447-1975.


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The County Record, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Page 13


HAND-PICKED QUALITY





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hs: 50) 526-5254* hs: 50) 162- 9


MAKE MORE
MONEY
Woodmen of the World is seeking
fieldrepresentativesinthe
Blountstown area. Generous
commissionpluabonusopportunities
andexceptionalbenefitsforthose
prof a oTa et lis r ded.
Must be disciplined, professional and
havethedesiretohelppeople.
ContactthePanama Cityaresoffice
for Woodmen of the World Life
Insurance Society, Omaha, Nebraska.
nesume to:
ran c@Mnd doaur 2405
850 6 430
or call
850-769-9212 '

utilities included. NO PETS.
Also RV for rent. Call 674-
7616.
Two bedroom, two bath
mobile home for rent. Located
six miles north of Blountstown
on Hwy.69 north. Water, sewer,
and grass mowing provided.
De4p t8 quired. No pets. Call
2 bedroom, 1 bath house for
nrthionBlountstown, 132m e
/ m t $50 oN
pets. Qall 674-5921 or 447-
M -
RV trailers $75 $80 week,
most utilities furnished; 2 bdr.
trailers when available. Call
674-4011.

FOR SALE
(1) complete 20 gallon fish
aquarium$25.00;(1)100galloin
fish aquarium with tank and fill-
ter, $75.00; 1000 gallon vinyl


AUCTioN

FARM EQUIPMENT
Saturday, October 10, 2009;
8:00 A.M. CST
1mileEastofGreenwoodI
Florida
on Highway 69, Fort Road
Consignments Welcome
JOHN STANLEY
(850) 594-5200
Greenwood, FI
AU044/AB491

ARS
TRUCKS
1985 Dodge Ram pickup,
$70,000 original miles, slant 6
engine, $2200.00 OBO. Call
674-1()44.

FOR RENT
Mobile home, 1 & 2 bedroom
on John F. Bailey Road, SR 20
W, Blountstown. $85 to $145
weekly. Deposit required. All


POSITION
AVA LIABLE
-
RECEPTIONISTI
BOOKKEEPER

Account ysa General
Bookkeeping, Timekeeping, Deposits
Answering Phone, Greeting Visitors,
Maintaining Employee Files,
Employee Benefits and Payroll.
Can pickup application in front
office or tax resume to
850-674-4343

Blountstown Health &
Rehab Center
16690 SW Chipola Rd.
Blountstown, FL 32424
850-674-4311


Calhoun County School Board

OO BJ g g a II I
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting
applications for the following position:
.
Data Entry/Clerical
Blountatown Middle School

Eferms of Emplo yment: 12 Months
* Salary: Range: Commensurate with Current Salary
Schedule and Experience
*Applicant Qualifications: High School Diploma/GED
* Apply online at http://www.calhounfischools.org/.
Applications must be completed by October 9, 2009.
.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is
available at Blountstown Middle School or the School
Board Office.
Questions concerning this job opening may be
directed to Mr. Tommy McClellan,'Superintendent or
Mrs, Neva Miller, Principal.
Employment opportunities are offered without regard
to.race, religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or
marital status.


October 7, 2009


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
.OF CORITECTIONS

Accepting applications for correctional RN's


12am-8am
8am-4pm

Visit our website a fldocjobs.com for more information,
to apply online, or contact:
Sally Mayo, SRNS Mayo.sally@mail.dostate.fl.us
or call 850-643-9400 or 850-643-9480.
Florida Department of Corrections is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. Certain veteran and spouses of
veterans receive preference in employment by the state
as provided by Chapter 095FS.



Job Opportunity

The Blountstown Police Department will be
accepting applications for a full-time and/or
part-time Communications Officer. '

Qualifications: Must be willing to work
varying shifts., weekends and holidays,
basic typing and computer skills, proper
telephone skills, be able to multi-task, and
pass FCIC/NCIC terminal operator exam.
Graduation from high school or equivalent is
required and experience is desirable.

Applications may be picked up at the
Blountstown Police Department located at
16908 NE Pear Street. The deadline for
applying is October 16, 2009.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
and Drug Free Workplace.


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QUALITY RUBBER STAMPS


watering tank, $100.00. Call
674-1652.
Portable Kenmore dishwasher,
$100 OBO. Call 237-2745.
Coins for sale (1) 1928
Buffalo Head nickel; (1) 1907
indian Head penny; (1) 1943
Lead penny. Asking price
$300.00 OBO. Call 237-2505.
Exercise equipment and
weight bench. Call 237-1505.

JOB
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application and Join AVON
today! Just visit:
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HELP WANTED
WANTED, APPLE PACKERS
Orwell Vt. Area, 11
Temporary workers needed at
Crescent Orchards to pack
apples in packing house and
do orchard work. To start
approx. 10/26/2009 to
03/30/2010. A great deal of
standing and heavy lifting.
Hourly wage is $ 9.57 per br.
Orchard Labor is $ 9.57 per hr
Work is guaranteed for 3/4 of
the contract period. Tools pro-
vided without cost. Housing
provided to workers outside of
the commuting distance.
Transportation cost reimbursed
after 15 days or 50% of contract
period, whichever comes first-
Contact The Nearest
Department of Labor Office for
application and referral. Job
order number: 66082.
SLAUGHTERERS AND
MEAT PACKERS
New Haven and Orwell, Vt.
Area. Temporary positions.
Workers needed with the
employers listed slaughter and pack poultry. Will


perform slaughtering task and
tmmi c nt Idards.at
Dec. 2009. A great deal of
heavy lifting, standing and
bending for long penods of
time. Wage is $ 9.63 per hr.
Prod. standards required. Work
is guaranteedfor 3/4 of contract
period. Tools are provided with-
out cost. Housing provided at
no cost to workers who reside
outside of the normal commut-
ing, distance. Transportation
cost reimbursed ,after 15 days
or 50% of contract period,
whichever comes first.Contact
or or rt ntan
referral. Apply for the number
of positions and job order num-
*bers Ilsted.
Misty Knoll Farm 4 66509
Misty Knoll Farm 6 66510
Stonewood Farm 18 66511

HOUSE FOR
SALE
New 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home. 1400 sq. ft. with garage
innet n ow eireoa caar
nate floor on 1/2 acre lot.
$8,000 tax credit still available.
$129,500.00. all 762-8185 or
653-5597.

LosT & FOUND
LOST a pair of prescription
glasses in Blountstown. If
found please call 674-4425.
Lost Dog Black and white
Border Collie, 14 yars olds
d tail, little gray. Call 227--

MOBLE Holyms
1500 sq. ft. double wide
mobile home on 1/2 acre. 3
bedroom, 2 bath, good condi-
tion. $40,000.00. Rent to own
option with 5% down, $600.00
month with 3 year balloon. Call
762-8185.

PETS FOR SALE
Colby & Carver, Pit Bull pup-
pies, 4 females born September
3. Momma and father on prem-
ises. Asking $100.90 each.
Call 674-2106.
Beautiful AKC Shih Tzu pup-
pies. Champion Bloodlines with
1st shots and Fla. Health Cert.
Taking deposits. Good loving
homes required. Call 643-7728
or 674-4313 evenings-
Taking deposits on Boston
Terrier puppies. 1 Female
$200/3 males $150.00. Call
674-2662 or 674-4313
evenings.


Rt850nabit Rates
a "fte EStimattS
10lkilflSMSSlty

674-8081 or Cd

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church is located next to the old
sewing factory on River Street.
Donations accepted.
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 -
12:00 at 202w07 SW Juniper
Ave., Blountstown. Household
items, clothes, shoes, books,
magazines, all kinds of knick-
kriacks. Great prices.
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 -
11:00 at 18861 NE Roy Golden
Road, Blountstown. Many,
Many items to selll! Some
items brand new kitchen
crafts, Christmas decorations,
great gift items, too much to last
it all! Call 447-2701.
(2) family yard sale Saturdaf,
8:00 until 12:00 noon, 2 miles
riorth of Blountstown on Hwy.
71. Priced to go.
Yard sale Saturday, 7:00 a.m.,
located at 17391 NW 11th St.,
in thule Brothers parking lot,
Blountstown. Items include:
coffee table, end tables, a
clothes, shoes, storage unit, 2
kitchen ware, home acces- 2
series, queen comforter set, "
yard decor, and much more. .*
Call 643-6009. 2


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1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
Apartments
strosestalacetouve.
sentalAssistan@*

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1697aNwmayostreet
mountstown.FL 32424
850-674-4202
EqualHousingOpporfunNy


WANTED
Wanted an upright or chest
freezer that does not work. Call
674-1652. *

YARD SALE
True Holiness Church on River
Street will have a Mugh Church
Yard Sale and Car Wash on
Saturday, October 17th begin-
ning at 7:00 a.m. There will be
clothing for women, teens,
young men, house wares, tools
and odds and ends. Also there
will be great food to eat. The


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500 (1 Box)...$59.75
1000 (2 Boxes)...$74.68

2500 (1 Case)...$131.94







The County Record, OCTOBER 7, 2009, Page 14


Goat Day 2009 proudly
introduces Midnight Sky,
comprised of veteran musi-
cians with Calhoun County
roots! Midnight Sky looks
forward to being the fea-
tured band at Goat Day
and is pleased to introduce
the band.
Midnight Sky musicians
include (pictured, from left)
Jim Morris (bass guitar),
Kristyn Ray Morris (gui-
tar), Sharlyn Marie Smith
(mandolin), Mary Cathryn
Smith (fiddle), and Lukas
Bracewell (lead guitar).
Jim previously was a
member of Morris Brothers
and Easy Company bands


he formed with his brother,
Charles. His granddaugh-
ter, .Kristyn, 15, is now
singing with him and play-
ing guitar. Sisters.Sharlyn
Marie, 16, And Mary
Cathryn, 18, were previ-
ously with The Rivertown


Girls and have made three
CDs. Lukas, 18, spent the
summer in Nashville and
recorded his first solo CD.
Midnight Sky's itinerary
can be found on
w w w. my space co m/
midnightskymusic.


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Wildcat Club

purchases new

sign for Altha
The days of climbing up
the ladder and maneuvering
plastic letters onto the old
sign are over at Altha Public
School thanks to the Wildcat
Club that recently purchased
a new state of the art elec-
tronic sign. All of the stu
dents, faculty, and staff
would like to thank the
Wildcat Club for the nice
addition to the campus)
Membership in the Wildcat
Club is $100 which includes
two passes to all regular sea-
son games for the 2009-10
school year. To join, call
762-3121.


'1Midniight Skey' is featured




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