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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 14, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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There was plenty of fun for all ageS
Saturday at the 7th Annual Classic Car
& Street Rod Show sponsored by the
Colhoun County Sheriffs Office. The
eilent was held of Xtreme Mdtor Sports
on Hwy. 71 where a wide variety of .
cars were on display. While the grown
ups had fun checking out the big toys,
little ones played in the ihflatables and
toured the sheriff's helicopter. AttendeeS
enjoyed music, food off the grill,-ond
prize drawingS:
All proceeds from the event will Iden-
efit Christmos for the Children, a project
the Sheriffs Office sponsors each yedf
providing toys to area children W110
nildif nOf otherwise receive anything
ISfff}as: For morei highlights ff0th
the car show, turn to page 2-


BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor .
Calhoun County rest-
dents will soon have a new
garbage service provider
as the Board of County
Commissioners voted last
Tuesday to award the con-
tract to Enierald Waste
Services (EWS}-
Co r cor d a e
Waste Management, the
current provider, and
Waste Pro of Florida, were
also competing for the job.
A review committee
ranked all the bids with


ing out on top due tofac-
tors other than price, such
-as experience. However,
EWS inas nurixber one in
firice with a proposed cost
of $14.95 per month.
During the commission
meeting last week, the
board decided not to have
the payments collected
through the county proper-
tax bill props '
billed by the company.
EWS will take over in
January. County residents
will be receiving notices
soon on containers and
other issues that will be


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BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor -
An Altha man wound
up behind bars over the
weekend after ari early
morning altercation with
his pregnant girlfriend..
Brad Curtis Phillips,
30, has been charged with
battery on a pregnant vic-
tim and resisting arrest
without violence.
According to the
Calhoun County Sheriff's
Office, Dep. Caleb 'Iblbert
responded to the residence
just after 1 a.m. Saturday
where the victim's mother
was administering oxygen
to her. The woman advised'
she and her boyfriend
were at her sister's home
drinking and playing cards
when he became belliger-
ent and began yelling at
her. They were asked to
leave and, as they were,
walking down the drive-
way to their home, he


allegedly began yelling and
placed his hands around
her oneck. She said she
macle it to their home
where he choked her until
she starting losing air. The
woman's mother came to
her rescue and broke up
the fight. The rnan fled.
Dep. John Scheetz
arrived to assist in locating
Phillips. The woman, who
smelled of alcohol, admit-
ted she had been drinking
s(nd had red marks on her
, neck and facial area. Due
to her being three months
preghsint, she:wds taken to
Calhoun-Liberty Hospital.
Phillaps returned to the
home and became belliger-
ent with deputies,
wrestling them until he
had to be tazed. He still
failed to comply, tried to
run and was tazed again.
On the ground, Phillips
would not roll over and
was tazed a third time then
placed under arrest.


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BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
A Calhoun County man
is in serious condition at
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital after a Saturday
morning crash that resulted
in the deaths of four
DeAfuniakd springs s tis
Highway Patrol, Zebulon S.
Sims, 22, of Blountstown,
=2be heecofa
around 6:25 a.m. on the I-
10 entrance ramp from SR
71, headed west. At the
same time, a 2000 Nissan
Sentry was eastbound on I-
10 with four occupants who
had not been identified at
,press time. For unknown
reasons, Sims' vehicle
reached the westbound
lanes and he lost. control.
His truck began rotating
counter-clockwise and
crossed both westbound
lanes, entering the median,
then the eastbound lanes.
The left side of his pickup
collided with the front of
the Nissan. The truck con-
tinued to rotate and landed
in a ditch. The Nissan
o up 9 e uldand
All four occupants of the
Nissan were pronounced
dead at the scene.
Sims, who tyas on his
way to work at the time of
the crash, was taken to
MH he c km
How & & skuH heturk
ret. "f"'t""bbeenn
upgraded to serious
The accident is being
investigated by the FHE
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LLI PEACOCK DUNN
Sheriff's Deputy Caleb
Tolbert responded to
Hand's Grocery on River
Street just after 3 am,
Monday when a neighbor
spotted a man break a back
window to the store. The
neighbwiltioki thAe culprit he

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the CCSO at 674-5049.


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Doix't miss GOAT
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Blountstown Rotary
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Saturday, Oct. 17, at
Sam Atkins Park in
Blountstown.
This year's event will
feature our favorite ven-
dors from years past and
also new first-time ven-
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crafts. A highlight will
be the reintroduction of
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AND PARADE! In
addition, there will be
plenty of food vendors
and live music through-
out the day. The
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement will be offer-
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Gates open at 9 a.m.
and vendors will be
present until 3 p.m.
Cost: $5 per person with
children under 1 admit-
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CALHOUN COUNTY
Oct. 5: Timothy Taylor, violation county probation
Oct. 6: Kurtis Mathis, DWLSR, no valid drivers license;
Derek Cook, violation of state probation
Oct. 7: Alice Godwin, exploitation of elderly
Oct. 8: Michael E. Stone, domestic violence
Oct. 10: Brad Curtis Phillips battery on pregnant victim,
resisting arrest without violence; John Marcus Messer,
Dpl
LIBERTY COUNTY
Oct. 3: April Scott, holding for CCSO
Oct. 5: Donnie Noah Whlifield, county VOP
Oct. 6* Eugene Dixon, holding for Sumter County; Sherry
Forte McCardle, filing a false report; Ashley Jane Long,
county VOP
Oct. 7: Alice Godwin, holding for CCSO
Oct. 8: John Ingalls,*holding for HCCI
Oct. 9: Steve Odom, domestic battery; James Peak, in
serving; Patrick Loyfield, in serving 30 days
Oct. 10: Jose Leonel Reina, driving with no license

The above IndMduals were booked Info the Calhoun or
lastly County Jull over the past wealc AIIhough they
have been chaIUed with a st/ma, they am conaldered
Indcent until proven gulHy.




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~The County Record, OCTOBER 14, 2009, Page 2


To the Editor:
We have a flew principal
and assistant principal this
year at Altha School, and
boy are they good at enforc-
ing the school board's code
of conduct! My son found
out the hard way.
He was recently
attacked by a bully who
came along, while he was
sitting on a bottom bleacher
in the gym and talking to a
friend. The bully grabbed
him by the foot with both
hands, lifted it and began to
twist. In order to prevent
injury to himself, and
through instinctive reflex,
he kicked at his attacker
with his other foot, hitting
him in the groin. This only
provided momentary relief.
His attacker jumped him
again and beat him down in

.cherp us
defended himself, as policy
requires. The attacker, still
unsatisfied, threatened,
"This isn't over with." No
teacher was present or
supervising the gym class,
and this incident was
reported to rpe by a family
member as school officials
were unaware.
After an in-school
"investigation", it was
decided the assailant would
get three days ISS (in


school suspension) and my
son would get one. I con-
tested the decision because
I don't believe victims
should be penalized.
However, after meeting
with the new assistant.prin-
cipal AND the new prindi-
pal, I've learned that
defending one's self from a
physical attack, even as you
are about to sustain serious
bodily injury, is worthy of
punishment.
Astonished and'in disbe-
lief, I posed a scenario to
see how far the principal
would carry this irrational
policy. I asked, "Ifa girl in a
girl's bathroom is attacked
by a boy in an attempt to
rape her, and if she kicked
him in the groin to get
away, would she too receive
a suspension for striking

n es, ssb
the same code of conduct as
everyone else!"
Obviously, at that point,
I knew I couldn't reason
with the principal. I simply
don't believe victims should
be further punished by
ANY code of conduct or
anyone's bizarre application
. of the rules. Something at
Altha School has GOT to
change.
Jim Coleman


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Pink ribbon cutting held to unveil

hospital's new mammography room
Calhoun-LiberlyHospital
unveiled a one-of-a-kind
mammography room Friday
at a pink ribbon cutting held
in honor of Breast Concer
Awareness Month,

state rt rkd tr mam-
mography machine, was
adopted by Angie Hill, owner
of Merle Norman. Angie,
along with Richard
Armstrong and Eddie Taylor,
put a glampurous pink spin
on the room, complete with
a chandelier and custom
fabrics. A pink and white -
striped wall features inspir-
ing words frorn the song,
"The Climb', encouraging
women who may be going
through a challenging time
with breast concern to keep
moving, keep climbing, and
keep the faith.
Guests were treated to a
reception with all sorts of ,
delicious pink treats.


Woman arrested
for exploiting
elderly man

BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
A Blountstown woman
was arrested last MI
Wednesday for allegedly
trying to swindle money out
of a local elderly man.
Alice "Patty. Cake"
Godwin is charged with
exploitation of the elderly.
At-cording to the
Blountstown Police
Department, a Credit
Union teller alerted authori-
ties when the man withdrew
$50 twice in one day and
said he was giving it to a
lady on Pear Street who
asked for $160. Maj.
Rodney Smith intervened
when the woman drove up
to get the money.


The County Record, OCTOBER 14, 2009, Page 3


registration changes, there


Tea partiers will be out
at Goat Day this year with
their tea wagon for any
local voters who would like
to express an opinion on
the board, drop off some
tea bags, and send a mes-
sage to their representa-
tives in Washington.
In addition, they will be
encouraging/citizens to reg-

|"er to t ornchange their
"Hundreds, including
whole families, who have
been diehard Democrats
for generations, have been
and are planning to go to
the Elections office to
change their party affilia-
tion to Republican or inde-
p nt.ofEt n cr

party havebchanged," sta

tea party orgamzers.
"Some present political
office holders have said
they would consider chang-
ing and one already has.
That's historical it's never
been done in the history of
Calhoun County by some-


one in office. Some people
have been quoted around
the coffee tables in. Altha
and Blountstown saying
that, if things continue with


Bowden will be speaker at DAR luncheon
Jesse Earle Bowden will be the guest, speaker at the October 19th meeting of Chipola
Chapter, NSDAR. The Dutch treat luncheon will begin.pt 11:00 at Jim's Buffet & Grill. Dr.
Bowden, Editor Emeritus of the Pensacola News Journal and an Altha native, will give
"Reflections on West Florida History." Bowden will be available before the meeting to auto-
graph hi(latest ticok, Chipola Moon Rising. He is the author of eleven books including:
From an Autumnal Heart, Always the Rivers Flow, When You Reach September, and his best
selling novel, Look and Tremble. Pictured (from left) are Chipola Chapter Vice Regent Glenda
Bowden, Earle Bowden, with Inez and Calvin Crowford at a Marianna Book signing.


Patrick Coleman and Jessica Sanders


Sanders will

wed Coleman

in Las Vegas
DeAnna and Buckshot
Whittington of
Blountstown, and .Bo and
Tina Sanders of Hosford are
pleased to announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Jessica Sanders to Patrick
Coleman. Patrick is the son
of 'IYuman Grant, Sr. and
Lisa Coleman of
Blountstown.
The ceremoily will be
held on October 17, 2009,
in Las Vegas. A reception
will be held on October
24th. All friends and family
are cordially invited to
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Nancy's truck would not
start... mine was on fire.
We had been paged out
to assist the Division of
Forestry with a wildfire
near our southwest border
with Gulf County. We may
go out in the woods on a
small fire, but on these big
wild fires mostly \ve protect
any homes that might be in
harms way, but in this case,
we protect the haulers for
the tractors and supply
water, or assist in any way
we can.
I was in, what was then,
our primary pumper truck,
a 1962 tilt cab Ford. Nancy
was driving our 1000 gallon
tanker, a 1984 F-700.
These tvio vehicles always
roll together. There are
very few hydrants in
Kinard and certainly none
out here in the middle of
nowhere, so "water on
wheels" is crucial.
As we neared the scene,
we were met by Forestry
workers going the opposite
way. The lead truck
stopped and informed us
the winds had shifted,
changing the direction of
the fire, so this area was not
safe, we needed to go back
out. That's when Nancy's
truck would not restart,
and all heck broke loose.
Jump to 1985.
Hurricane Kate was
churning up in the Gulf.
She would become the
sixth stornt to hit the US in
one season, tying a record.
She formed in November, a
late season storm. I ooked
, like Kate was going to visit
Panama City Beach. At the
time, we were living in a
mobile home park just
north of Panama City. At
work, after taping.up win-
dows and moving comput-
ers to higher ground, we
were closed till- the storm
passed. .
It was Linda Ko-Ito's
second birthday that week-
end, and the Bylers were
living in Southern Georgia,
working on a dairy farm. It
seemed like the perfect
time for a visit. We had no
idea that Kate would
decide.to visit, too.
Sunrise Dairy was a
family owned operation
that, well, had milk cows.
The property had many
areas of pecan and oaks.
The Bylers had a mobile
home nestled nicely
amongst a grove of pecan
trees. We spent the day
touring the farm, watching
the kids play in the kiddie
pool, and making a birth-
day cake. Not checking the
news, we were unaware


that the storm was headed
Our way. We lost power just
after dark, blit the two
birthday candles gave off
enough light for us to have
our party. However, when
the trailer began to rock a
bit, we decided to move to
the owner's house to ride
out the rest of the storm.
The Douglas family
lived in one of those two
story, one hundred year
old, Thomas Kinkade style
farm homes.
We later learned Kate
was making a trip across
Lake Seminole, the same
lake that we.were just east
of, and being on the bad
side of the eye, we were
beginning to suffer the
effects ofKate's winds.
When we arrived at the
Douglas home, the inassive
oaks surrounding the house
seemed to be dancing in
place, limbs/arms swaying
to the beat of the wind,
'llunk/hips twisting in hur-
ricane rhythm. Debris was
a real problem at this point,
and it was a good 50 foot
trip from the circular drive-
way up the lamp post lined
path to the front porch.
Glenn helped Brenda make
her way through the wind.
Nancy and I had the kids in
Our car. We each tried to
take a toddler, but she had
problems moving and I
took both kids.
Behind me, I heard
Nancy scream something at
me. I turned to find she had
grabbed one of the unlit
poles to keep her from
falling...and could not turn
it loose. I could not go pack,
I had both kids in my arms.
I caught Glenn's eyes.as he
looked past me to see what
was wrong. Without pass-
ing a word between us, he
jumped into action, and ran
out and pried her fingers
from the pole and lead her
to safety (relative to the
walkway).
- The Douglas' welcomed
us into their den where
they had several lanterns
set up while listening to a
battery powered radio. The
announcer was pleading
with his remaining listeners
to get to. safety and stay
there. He was giving us as
much info as possible, as
quickly as possible because
he did not know how long
he could keep broadcast-
ing...the building was com-
ing apart arourid him.
Something we, too,
would experience shortly. -
Back at the woods.
Nothing wotild happen
when. Nancy turned the
key to start. No click, noth-


. Brenda Byler with her daughter, Linda, the birthday girl,
and-nephew, Jacob Newsome, just after the lights went out
the night Hurricane Kate hit in 1985.


truck up to her, push her
backwards with the clutch
in. When I let off, she
should "pop" the clutch,
starting the engine, and
would have to back out till
we either could get her
turned around or all the
way back to the main road.
But, right now, it was
imperative to get as much
distance between us and
the advancing fire.
I got back to her quickly
and eased up to her
bumper. Remember, my
truck is a tilt-cab, so I am
looking right out the wind-
shield straight down at her
bumper. I looked her in the
eye and moved forward. At
what I thought bras the
right speed, I broke hard,
and waited to see if this
worked. It did not. She
came to a silent stop. I
sailed out to make sure she
understood what to do (my
regular readers know how
much she hates this kinda
stuff).
'llxrns out, she had for-
gotten to switch the ignition
on. We repeated the
process; I knew if this did
not work, we would be


The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement has established
an endowment fund at the
Community Foundation of
North Florida. The pur-
pose of the endowment is to
provide a perpetuate stream
qf income to support the
work of the organization.
"We are pleased to help
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement with the admin-
istration of their endow-
meixt fimd," said Joy
Watkins, President of the
Community Foundation.
"The fund will provide a
permanent source of rev-
enue to support their mis-
sion for generations. We
applaud The Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement for
their leadership and fore-
sight in planning, for the
future financial security of
their organization," said
Watkins. .
Contributions to The
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlenthnt Endowment.
Fund may be made. either
to The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement or to the
Community Foundation
and designated for the


endowment fund. For
details about making a non-
cash gift (such as a transfer
of stock, real estate or other
asset) or providing for a
deferred gift (such as a
bequest, life insurance pro-
ceeds or retirement bene-
fits), please contact Joy
Watkins,, President of the
Community Foundation at
850-222-2899 Ext. 104.
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement was founded in
July 1989 and is a historical
treasure located in
Blountstown, Florida,
located in Sam Atkins Park
on pristine Calhoun County
acreage. The mission of the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is to acquire,
document, research, pre-
serve and restore buildings,
artifacts and tools that were
used in work and daily life
of the pioneers of the north-
west Florida region. These
collections are used to edu-
cate and'share the experi-
ence of pioneer lifestyles
and values with present
and future generations.
' The Community
Foundation is a 501 (c)(3)


nonprofit, public charity
whose primary mission is to
build permanent charitable
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--J 0. Blountstown Main
Street is pleased to present
the next Movie on the
Square on Halloween night,
Saturday, October 31. The
featured movie will be
,e- sad "'I1vilight".
Before showtime, the
Calhoun County Health
Department will host a
POW (Powbr of Wisdom)
Rally at 6 p.m. with a
'11vilight character look-a-
like contest at 6:30 p.m.
Prizes will be awarded, so
start planning your costumes
and come decked out as
your favorite "Twilight"
* character!
Learmng all about preventmg fires, -- L -"t== e
bleachers on site, but many
Little ones from Blountstown Elementary School, as well as preschoolers who attend the moviegoers enjoy bringing a
"Storytime" session at the Calhoun County Public Library were treated to a lesson in fire safe- folding chair and blankets
ty Thursday morning in the library's heritage room. Blountstown Fire Chief Ben Hall spent Fire to watch the film on the
Prevention Week educating area youngsters about the dos and don't in the event of a fire, lawn. Free popcorn and
as well as what to do to keep one from ever starting. Above, the children listen during les- Kool-Aid will be served.
son time before little Brody Hall and his uncle, Chief Ben, put on their fire fighting gear. das, liazza, ad candy all


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Dillard family
,
TellfuOll 18 861

for October 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 invited to attend. .Great
food and visiting will be
enjoyed by all.


Happy 9th Birthday,
Claral
Ciara McEntyre celebrated
her 9th birthday on Sept. 24.
She is the daughter of Tosha
Thomton Holley and Jason
Holley, and Mark McEnlyre,
all of Chipley.
Grandparents include
Debi Thornton-Smith of
Blountstown, and the late
Silos Thornton of.
Crawfordville, Pat and *
Sandra Ryce of Birmingham,
AL, and John McEnlyre of
Chipley.
Ciara celebrated her birth-
day with family and friends at B B B
Compass Lake in the Hills.
She enjoyed horseback riding
and swimming. Ciara loves
animals (especially horses),
gymnastics and dance, as
well as playing with her little
sister, Railey.

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Happy 4th Birthday,
Aubrie Faith Amold!
Aubrie celebrated her 4th
birthdGy On September 21
Aubrie is the daughter of
Dusty and Crystal Arnold of
Bristol.
Maternal Grandparents
are Bobby Ray and Debbie
Summers of Bristol, Great
grandparents Jimmie and
Jimmy Morris of Sneads, the
late Robert Summers and Dot
Summers of Bristol and the
late Joyce Summersi of
Bristol. Paternal grandpar-
ents are the late Jerry Arnold
and Reba Arnold of
Tallahassee, great grandpar-
ents are Bunk and Leta
Arnold.
Aubrie celebrated her
birthday with a Dora party
with all her friends and fami-
ly. Aubrie loves spending
time with her friends, playing
dress up and being a great
big sister to her new .baby
brother, Grayson Arnold.


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art GE Ad was 20-1/2
inchesiong.
Maternal Grandparents
are Bobby Ray and Debbie
Summers of Bristol, Great
grandparents are Jimmie and
Jimmy Morris of Sneads, the
late Robert Summers and Dot
Summers of Bristol and the
late Joyce Summers of
Bristol. Paternal grandpar-
ents are the late Jerry Arnold
and Reba Arndid of
Tallahassee. Great grandpar-
ents dre Bunk and.. Leta
Arnold.
- He was welcomed home
by big sister Aubrie and lots
of friends and-family.


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Kelsey Rehberg, Holey Payne, Chelsee Murphy, Shorlyn Smith, (standing) Breanna Harris,
Kimi Wiltse,,Coach Carylee Sewell, Angela Waldron, and Aerial Folsom. The girls will wind
up their season next week with a match against Wewa on Oct. 20 at home (game time 4
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Alta sCross Coutryteam


came into the game unde-
feated. After a scoreless
first quarter, Javakiel
Brigham broke loose on a
determined 35 yard run for
a touchdown. Late in the
quarter the defense put on
a goalline stand to keep the
Sharks out of the endzone
and preserve a 6-0 score at
the half.
Taking the second half
kickoff, Hunter Jordan
found Javakiel Brigham
behind the entire Shark
secondary for a 60 yard
touchdown to extend the
Tiger lead to 14-0 which
stood until the foxirth quar-
ter. At that time Anthony
Jones broke loose from 40
yards to make the score 22-
0 and Brigham added a 25
yard run to close out the
scoring in a 30-0 win,
BMS concludes the reg-
ular season on 'Ibesday at
Grand Ridge in a 6:00
game. The Conference
Championship game- is
scheduled for October'20th
at Chipley with BMS
Tigers battling it .out with
the Roulhac Titans. That
game will start at the con-
clusion of the .second seed
battle between Bonifay
Middle and Port St. Joe
which will begin at 5:00.


Blountstown Middle
School's football team
stands 4-0 after defeating
Wewahitchka 28-0 last
'Ibesday at Bowles Field.
The Tigers were led in
scoring by Javakiel
Brigham with three touch-
downs. The first touch-
down came in the first
quarter on a three yard run
by Brigham which was set
up by a long run by
Anthony Jones. Jones
added the two point con-
version to make the score
Tigers 8, Gators 0.
Later in the first quarter
Brigham caught a pass
from Hunter Jordan and zig
zagged 40 yards for his sec-
ond touchdown of the quar-
ter. The conversion attempt
failed and the Tigers led
14-0 at the end of the first
quarter. .
In the second quarter,
Anthony Jones scored his
first touchdown of the ganie
on a two yard run which
was set up by a 40 yard run
by Corin Peterson. Another
Jordan to Brigham pass
ended the scoring in the
first half. -
The reserves played
very well in the second half,
but i could not dent the
scoreboard. In the fifth


quarter, Fabian Solomon
and Austin Britt combined
to move the ball for the
Tigers with Solomon rush-
ing in for the touchdown.
'11ipp Taylor ran the ball
across the goal line for the
two point conversion.
. The Tigers opened their
season on September 15th
with a 50-22 victory over
the Franklin County
Seahawks. Hunter Jordan
threw two touchdown pass-
es, one each to Tanner
Peacock and Tripp Taylor.
Jordan, Anthony Jones,
and Shon Peterson added
rushing touchdowns and
. Javakiel Brigham had a
punt return and kickoff
return for touchdowns.
On September 22nd, the
Tolar Bulldogs came calling
to Bowles Field and fell to
the Tigers, 44-0. Anthony
Jones scored the first and
last touchdowns of the night
for BMS with Javakiel
Brigham catching two
touchdown passes from-
Hunter Jordan and adding
a third on a short ruin.
Hunter Jordan also added a
touchdown for the Tigers.
The Tigers traveled to
Port St. Joe on September
29th for a showdown with
the St. Joe Sharks who


Howell 12th

in "Tynman

Diathlon"
Thomas Howell, 13, of
Blountstown, competed in THE BLOUNTSTOWN LADY TIGERS will trdvel to Bozeman
the. Tynman Triathlon held Thursday then Liberty County on Tuesday. Game time in
Oct. 3 in Panorba City. 81 tol is?) p.m. for JV, followed by varsity at 6 Above,
plowed 12th overall out of Brittany Griffin bumps the ball in a recent match.
123 athletes. The adult race
consisted of a half mile skhabbakLakkkaka .
swim, 12 mile bike race, and
5k run. Thomas is the son of Choices. Choices. Choices.
Ray and Allyson Howell. KUBOTASALESE VENT *


After a season of runs in
.the panhandle, Altha
School's Cross Country
team loaded up for a week-
end invitational in Daytopa
Beach at the Embry Riddle
University.
The Cross Country
Classic sponsored by
ASICS was nothing short of
difficult for the Wildcats!
The course was very chal-
lenging as it included all
types of terrains, athletic
da Or eter grass hill'
"As the College team's
r firssttr glewe wate d

course, we knew this was
going to be the hardest on
they would run all season,
Coach Sewell remarked.
"The kids looked really
nervous as they were mov-
ing ihto their box .at the
starting line. Maybe even a
little overwhelmed at all
the teams and people. As
the race got underway they
settled in and set their
pace. By the finish line we
k atdh c
thing they had. We were
very anxious for the scores
to come in. The girls scores
were the first to be posted


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their trip to Daytona .Beach.

and then the boys. Both
teams had placed 11th out
of 17 teams and we were
well pleased with that. We
were very proud of their
*
hm we erb romd oe
the mental toughness they
displayed. This sport is one
that will test you physically,
no doubt, but the mental
challenge at times to just
fight through the pain and
finish the race can be even
greater. So beyond these
kids learning the sport of
cross country, I think they
are walking away with
some real life-lessons. Like
the importance of finishing
what you start, even if you
are not the first to cross the
finish line, what really mat-


ters is that you FINISH!"
The team will have thiS
weekend off and then it's
on .to Mariarina for the
Panhandle Cross Country

It)nc .b For tSh u ta
the Cross Country schedule
go to althaschool.org, and
click on the other school
info link.

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BIMS Eigers to battle Roulhac


Youth football

SORSQR IS ROW

underway!
.
Youth football season is
officially underway in
Colhoun and'Liberty coun-
ties.
Above, Chasen 'Chi
Chi' Roulhac gains some
yards for the Liberty
County Tiny Mites in their
first game of the season
against the Chattahoochee
Yellowjackets. At game's
end. Liberty County come
out on top, 6-0.
The Blountstown Tiny
. Mites chalked up a 14-0
wi ver Sr d n the rt.

left, K.iC Godwin runs the
ball for the TigerS '
PHOTOS BY KATHY S. JOHNSON


BHRC to host

"RHR for YORY
zz
Life Oct. 31
Biountstown health &
Rehab Center is sponsoring
the "Run For Your Life
5K/1 Mile Fun Run" to
benefit the Calhoun County
senior citizens.

sa$ ayracect.is set a oi
begins at 8 4.m. at
Blountstown Health &
Rehab, 16690 SW Chipol9
Road. Entry fee is $15 for
5K and $10 fdr the fun run.
T-shirts will be presented to
the first 100 entries. 'Ibp
male and female, along with
1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each
age division, will receive

:;::::,. Costumes are
For more information,
contact the BHRC Therapy
Dept. at 674-4080 or 674-
4311, ext. 105.
















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TIller Opponenh
Sneads Open
Chipley 14, Walton 24
Graceville 16, FAMU l8
Marianna 29, Pensacola 41
Port St. Joe 47, Franklin Co. 20
Liberty County 33, Wewa 0
Baker 14, Bozeman 33

yard run by Mosley. .
Jawon Mosley led the
rushing offense for the
Tigers with 76 yards on
only 5 carries. Darren Huff
and Grant each had 52
yards on 11 carries.
Quarterback Charles
Buggs, Jr. put the Tigers
ahead in the game on the
first play of the fourth quar-
ter with a 5 yard option
play.
The Tigers continue to
struggle with their passing
attack. Buggs connected
on 1 of 8 for 8 yards and
had one interception. He
did complete a two-point
conversion pass in the
fourth quarter.
A Cavon Cox intercep-
tion in the first quarter set
rip a drive deep in WG ter-
ritory. The Tigers fumbled
at the WG 5 to end the
threat.


Blountstown defensive backs converge on a West Godsden receiver.



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Tigers are 5-0 after win over west Gadsden;


The Blountstown Tigers
used a strong fourth quarter
to defeat West Gadsden
(WG) Friday night in
Greensboro. The 26-12
victory vaulted the Tigers
to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in
District 2 Class 1A.
Blountstown will face some
tough opponents in the
coming weeks with
Marianna at Bowles Field
Friday night then three
straight district games with
Port St. Joe, Franklin
County, and Bristol before
closing out the regular sea-
son with Baker.
"Our defense continues
to play well and our offense
came up with some big
plays in the fourth quarter,"
head coach Greg Jordan
said Monday. "We've got
to continue to get better on
offense. We need to take
advantage of opportunities
better and we need to put
together better drives. We
only ran 38 plays to their
56. Our defense has been
keeping us in some games,
but they're having to stay
on the field too long."
The Tigers rushed for
184 yards on 29 attempts
for a 6.2 yard per carry
average. Princeton Grant
scored the Tigers' first TD
on a 30 yard scamper in the
first quarter. Jawon Mosley
scored on a 20 yard dash in
the fourth. Grant's second
TD from the 2 in the fourth
quarter was set up by a 53


Ryan McIntyre recov-
ered a WG fumble at their
5 to set up Buggs' 5 yard
score and give the Tigers
momentum to put the game
away.
The Tigers continue to
play aggressively on defense
holding WG to a meager 36
yards rushing on 21
attempts. WO did gain 115
yards pn 10 of 20 pass com-
pletions.
Coach Jordan earlier
referred to the Tigers need
to control the ball and take
advantage opportunities.
Blountstown had the ball
for 18 minutes in the game
while WG controlled it for
over *29 minutes.
. Alexander Garrett was
the leading tackler for the
Tigers with 15. Cavon Cox
got in on 10 tackles while
Dowling Lee Jawon Mosley
and Jason Money were in
on 6 each. Bryon Hall had
* 5 tackles and Brandon
Smith had 4. Buggs, D.J.
Brunson, Zack Segers,
Princeton Grant, Paul
Mosley and Ryan
McIntyre were also in on
defensive plays.
The Tigers return to
Bowles Field Friday night
to host the Marianna
Bulldogs, losers last week
to a strong Pepsacola team.
The Tigers have a great
season going and deserve
your support on Friday
night.


Dorren I-uff battles for extra yards in the Tigers' 26-12 win over West Gadsden.


To this week's opponent,
the Marionna Bulldogs.
Marianna has a 3-3 record,
but improving each week
. they play. They have excep-
tional talent with four
Division 1 commits. This
will be the toughest team we
. have played up to this point.
They have siZe on the fronts,
fast skill players and a fast
and athletic quarterback.
Their defense is big and fast
and hard hitting. We will
have to play our best game
of the year on both sides of
the iball to have a chance to
win the game. This should
be another fun and exciting
Friday night at Bowles field
as the Tigers host The
Marianna Bulldogs.
Come out and support
the team! Hope to see you of
the game! GO TIGERSill


The Tigers moved to 5-0
on the year with a hard
fought battle .at West
Gadsden -this past Friday
night. Once again, the score
was tied at half as it has
been in four of the five
games we've played.
The Tigers were able to
pull away in the fourth quar-,
ter with 20 unanswered
points to take a 26-6 lead
and hold on to win 26-12
after West Gadsden scored
in the final seconds with a
lot of backups in the game.
That moves the Tigers to 2-0
in district play with a non
district opponent in
Marianna coming tbo Bowles
Field this Friday night.
Back to the West gads-
den game. Once again the
DEFENSE showed up to play
allowing only 21 rushing


yards on 36 carries. The
secondary was challenged,
allowing 115 passing yards
on 10-20 attempts. That
gave the Panthers 136 total
yards on 56 offensive plays.
Once again, the offense
did not show up until late in
the game with three scores
in the fourth quarter. We ran
39 plays the entire game for
195 total yards. That is usu-
ally a recipe for defeat leav-
ing the defense on the field
for too long and allowing the
opponent opportunities to
score. We were 2-10 pass-
ing in the contest which
makes it harder to run the
ball with 8 and 9 defenders
in the box daring you to
throw the ball. We will have
to improve our offensive effi-
ciency if we want to continue
to win football garnes.





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The County Record, OCTOBER 14, 2009, Page 8


ships that carried the first
settlers to Virginia. Study
Indians firsthand in a
Powhatan village that exist-
ed before European explo-
ration ever began. .
V Yorktown Journey
to where the colonists unit-
ed in the fight against
England in the last battle of
the Revolutionary War,
/ Monticello Explore
the beautiful home and
incredible inventions of one
of the greatest men in histo- .
ry Thomas Jefferson!
- Your textbooks will
come to life on this exciting


Janice Moore and
Wendy Eubanks invite you,
to join them on their
Colonial America '11ip set
for July 5-9,
'IYip highlights include:
/ Williamsburg -
Explore a 200-year-old,
fully functioning Colonial
town! Live the life of a
colonist as you cook, do car-
pentry, and interact with
Native American people of
the past.
V Jamestown Get a
hands-on taste of living like
our first settlers! Stand
aboard recreations of the. 3


There will be an infor-
mational meeting for par-
enis Thursday, October 22,
at 6:00 PM CT at the
Calhoun County Public
Library.
For more information,
contact Janice Moore, 7th
and 8th Grade history
teacher, at
janice.moore@calhoxin-
flschools.org, or call 850-
674-1334 or 850-643-
7778, or Wendy Eubanks,
librarian, at
wendy.eubanks@calhoun-
flschools.org.


but as of this writing, they
had over 1400 narries,
Once they have collected
all the signatures, they will
present the petition to the
Commission.
Mr. Bullard has been
teaching for 39 years, the
last seven of those at Wews
High, but he has also had
personal experience in gov-
ernment, including serving
as a City Commissioner in
Dothan, Alabama for over
18 years. He enjoys using
real life experiences and
current issues to teach his
students about how govern-
nw ns
learn valuable lifelong les-
* sons.
Some of Mr. Bullard's
students have already
turned 18 years old; others
will be 18 soon. Al' will be
eligible to vote in
Noveniber 2010. How
exciting that they are
already making a difference'
in their community!


Students in Mr. Matt
Bullard's senior govern-
ment class at Wewahitchka
High School in Gulf County
are learning many things
this year. Among the most
f important, they are learn-
ing that they are the gov-
y ernment, and that they
n have the power to make a
d difference. Currently they
n are working on making a
difference concerning the
time zone split in Gulf
County.
Gulf County is the only
county in Florida with both
Central and Eastern time

:::---:oh n ,Me clh
Wewahitchka, is on Central
e Time, and the rest of the -
county, including Port St.
s Joe, uses Eastern Time. It
has been this way since the
: early 1900's when Ed Ball,
l who operated the giant
DuPont trust, wanted his
: paper mill and railroad in
l Port St. Joe to operate on
the same time as his office


headquarters in
Jacksonville, on, Eastern
Time.
Many of Mr. Bullard's
students feel strongly that
the county should have a
unified time zone. With
nearby Bay County on
Central Time and driving
much of the local economy
related to medical services,
shopping, recreation, etc.,
they would like to see all of
Gulf County be on Central
Time once more.
In class they have
learned about their right to
petition their government,
h wd upe t
. tively. They have prepared
a petition asking that the
. Gulf County Commission
place a non-binding refer-
endum on the ballot in the
November 2010 general
election to unify all of Gulf
County in the Central Time
zone, and are busy gather-
ing signatures. Their origi-
nal goal was to get 1,000,


,was m: -r--weenw ow. ---- --- ""
KIDS OF CHARACTER: Principal Ladona Kelley proudly announces Althe School's Kids o
Character for the month of September exhibiting the character trait of Truthfulness. The
include (front row, from left) Holston White, Samual Bryant, Kaylee O'Bryon, Devo
Bootwright, (second row) Kelsie I~denfield, Abby Ham, Nathan Bean, David Trejo, (thir
row) Stetson Branch, Gavin Moston, Hunter Young, and Kyle Potter. Not pictured is Brando
Middleton.
a a e
ORtS CHISme SerV1ng Oct 23*


'Fields of Faith' set for tonight


and 12:30. Reservations
can be made by callii1g the
school. Please reserve by
Tuesday, Oct. 21. The price
is $6.00.
-
Calendar of Events
Wednesday, October 14:
Fields of Faith 6 pm
Thursday, October 15:
Forestry Competition;
Middle School Volle rball
vs.'lblar 3 pm
Friday, October 16: End
of 1st Nine Weeks
Saturday, October 17:


Cats' Cuisine
The Institute of
Culinary Arts invites the
public to Cats' Cuisine on
Thursday, Oct. 23. Cats'
Cuisine takes us to
Germany the third stop on
the World Cuisine tour.
The menu will consist of
Jagerschnital (pork cut-
lets) with Creamy
I Mushroom Sauce, Mashed
Potatoes, German Red
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Park Public Library,
Kinard Park Public Library
and the Hugh Creek Park
-Public Library. Public
library services are-impor-
tant to City and County
residents. The support of
the Blountstown City
Council and the Calhoun
County Commission have
made it possible for the
Blountstown Public
Library to maintain 40
open hours a week.
Calhoun County is fortu-
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to October, 1986 the
Calhoun County libraries
were branches of the
Northwest Regional
Library System.
From 1986-2004 the
Blountstown Library was
located in the building now
occupied by the City Police.
The current Blountstown
Library Building was a gift
from the W.T. Neal 'll ust in
2004. Its unique design is
conductive to the provision
of multi le events and pro-
grams. .
An average of 150 peo-
ple visit the Blountstown
Library each day to check
out books, use the comput-
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health, and work-skill
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Blountstown Public
Library. The Blountstown
Public Librarjr also pro-
vides meeting space for
other non-profit organiza-
tions such as the Chamber
of Commerce. The
Blountstown Library is a
voting registration site and
a voting precinct.
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the Blountstown Public
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library card. It is free and
entitles you to participate
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friendly staff that wants to
help you.
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At a time in life when a child cannot select his/her clothes,
how can he choose to give his/her heart to Christ? This queS-
tion is paramount in the mind of the Christian educator.
The moralistic approach to Christian education is
expressed in the.advocation that a child should be reared in
such a manner as to know only what it is.to be a Christion.
The overzealous evangelical- approach is depicted in the
innocent infant singing, 'My heart was black with sin..."
before he/she is cognizant of the significance of man's sin-
fulness
it is my opinion that the proper approach to Christian edu
cation of children is the Biblical approach. The scriptures
clearly admonish parents to provide the proper spiritual con
text in which the child can meanirigfully relate to them and -
on the basis of that relationship meaningfully relate to God.
Is it not true that a child's attitude toward his parents will be
his attitude toward God?
In the "Shema" Deuteronomy 6:4-9, the Hebrews were
emphatically directed of Jehovah to instruct their children in
the ways of the Lord in the context of the family and inci-
dental life situations. This pattern of parental instruction per-
(Tfeates God's Word. .
The Bible presents the home as, the primary setting of
Christian education and indicates that.the younger years are
crucial. Christian education in a Christian school should be
an extension of the home training. However, when the child
witnesses lying, cheating, stealing, fighting, etc. within the
horne, why should it seem unreasonable if the child queS-
tions the validity of the Christian faith? ,
I believe that God will hold the father and mother account
able who neglect to care for the spiritual welfare of the chip
dten He has given them,
Dr. Joyner can be contacted at 850/674-2633.

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The Volunteer USA
Foundation sponsored Read
for the Record Campaign at
our Family Literacy
Academy Oct. 8. at the
Blountstown Public Library.
Young children, their par-
ents Blountstown first

, (;-,:e;hei oea h
reading fun as Amy
Alderman, Kathy Shiver,
and Frances Mitchell pre-
sented the 40 year old chil-
dren's classic, "The Very
Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric
Carle.
In honor of the world-
wide literacy campaign,
Governor Crist signed a
proclamation observing Oct.
8 as Florida Read for the
Record Day, encouraging
Floridians to participate by
reading The Very Hungry
Caterpillar to a child. An
estimated 100,000 Florid-
ians participated in this
year's campaign. Blounts-
town Library's attendance
was 115 children and 20
adults. Worldwide there
were over 600,000.
Adding to the excitement
was Fire Chief Ben Hall
and his super impressive
new fire engine. Chief Hall
showed the kids the water
cannon used to put out large
fires. He demonstrated the
features of the fire uniform
worn by the firemen,
explained how to use'911,
and stressed fire safety.
Chief Hall is always a hit
with the youngsters because
-he engages them in the
learning process. Thank
you, Chief Hall.
Children are born ready
to learn and parents are
their first teachei-s. One in
three children enters
kindergarten lacking the
skills to be successful. The
simple, but powerful, act of
sharing literature with chil-
dren and parents encour-
ages families to get involved
a it ;hi ea n
Library presents Parent and
Child Story Times on
Thursday and Saturdays at
10:30 AM.


Teacher Feature
by Classic Taylor
For any of you who do
not. know Mr. Sidney
Granger, I would like to use
this article to help you
become better acquainted
with him. Mr. Granger, of
Blountstown High School,
graduated from Altha High
School, attended Chipola
Junior College and earned
his Bachelors degree from
Auburn University. His
wife also attended Auburn
and they are both die hard
Auburn Tiger fans. After
graduating from college Mr.
Granger worked in a family
cabinet making business for
several years before he
came to BHS to teach
Cabinet Making C14sses
and coach at BHS as well
as AHS.
When asked what his
favorite book was, Mr.
Granger stated, "I do not
have any one particular
book as a favorite. I enjoy
reading about sports, hunt-
ing, fishing and anything
concerning how to con-
struct or build things." He
does not find time to read
often, but when he gets the
chance he always has books
about basketball, fishing
and hunting available.
In addition to his cabinet.
making classes, Mr.
Grariger sponsors the local
chapter of VICA
(Vocational Industrial
Clubs of America). In this
club students learn to work


sports at AHS. Mr.
Granger takes great pleas-
ure in spending time with
his five grandchildren.
Probably his favorite thing
to do outside work and fam-
ily is traveling to the hunt-
ing club in Alabama where
he has been a member for
many years. .
I asked Mr. Granger his
opinion of his 2009-2010
classes and his reply was,
"Every year is like a new
beginning in which I have
new students that learn
who I am and I learn who
they are. Hopefully we can
develop a relationship in
which they can help me
and me them."
In conclusion, Mr.
Granger would like to
encourage all of the stu-
dents that he works with to
always try to do the very
best that they can in class-
es, sports and life.
.
Calendar of Events
Wednesday, Oct. 14th,
PSAT for 10th grade;
"Senior Day" at Chipola
Thursday, Oct. 15th,
Volleyball, Away at
Bozeman @ 6:00
Friday, Oct. 16th, End
of 1st nine weeks; School
Day pictures and Senior
Portraits; Varsity Football,
Home against Marianna @
7:00
Tuesday, Oct. 20th,
Volleyball, Away at Liberty
@ 4:00/5:00


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together, develop life skills
and develop pride in what
they do. To become a
VICA member, students
must enroll in Cabinet
Making and have a 2.0
GPA. Our local VICA club
works on projects for
churches as well as other
groups. We enjoy cookouts
that feature a variety of
foods which including but
not limited to, steaks,
chicken, seafood, deer meat
and many other delicious
dishes. -
In addition to teaching,
coaching, hunting.and fish-
ing, Mr. Granger enjoys
spending time with his fam-
ily. His wife, Mrs. Marie
Granger, teaches at< AHS
and assists with the district
lunch program. His son,
Greg Granger, and his
daughter, Carylee Sewell,
both teach at Carr School.
Greg works with the base-
ball team at BHS and
Carylee helps coach girls'


and to give general health
friformition. Second
Harvest Food Commodities
are distributed the 1st
Monday of each month
from 3:00 5:00 PM.
Children's Story Time is
offered Thursdays 10:30 -
11:30 AM.
. Williams said that the
library also offers print and
electronic media for circu-
lation plus adult literacy
and GED preparation.
Assistance is available for

coqocebusage, hr u
application submission,
food stamps and other gov-
ernment program applica-
tions. She also stated that
she wants to recognize Wes
Johnston and the Altha
City Council, Maxie
Waldorff Daniel Wyrick
and Ruth Attaway for pro-
viding the support to make
the new hours and services
a reality.

Quilting class

.Set for Oct. 24
The UF/IFAS, Liiberty

quilting class on Saturday,
Oct. 24, at the Veteran's
Memorial Civic Center
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ET.
The class is limited to 15

s it n tehg t trteh
Liberty Co. Extension Ofe.
iri the Veteran's Memorial
Civic Center by Oct. 21.
You will leave with a com-
pleted 48 X 90 quilt top
without border or 80, 6 inch
blocks.
Supplies you will need to
.
(bring to class include.
3/4 yard fabric of color
A, cut into 20, 2-1/2 inch
strips (cut along raw edge
making 42-45" length
strips)
3/4 yard fabric of color
B, cut into 20, 2-1/2 inch
strips (cut along raw edge
making 42-45" length
strips)
an ardsoofami ]tofAr
border
6 X 24 ruler, 6 X 12

tcutt d matprs
ing surface, sewing machine
(if possible). It will be best
if you have strips cut ahead
of time to save time in class.
Contact Sandy Voss at 272-
9080, 762-2788, or email
sewonthego4u@ yahoo.com


Mayor Wes Johnston
anEukee '.ffat Alt i
Public Library Hours will
increase from 15 to 35
hours per week effective
Oct. 12 asfollows: Monday
- Thursday: 10:00 AM -
5:30 PM and Saturday:
10:00 AM 3:00 PM.
Lavaine Williams, Altha


Branch Manager, encour-
agdEtesidents 6fhe Alttia
area to take advantage of
the free services provided
by the library. The Health
Department stations nurses
at the library on the 1st and
3rd Mondays from 2:00 -
4:00 PM to check blood
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FRil YOStival at First Baptist Oct. 28
First Baptist Church of Blountstown invites you and
your family to our Happy Hallelujah Fall Festival,
Wednesday, Oct. 28, from 5 to 7 pm in the Activity
Building.
Come and be a part of our growing youth and children's
ministries during this evening of fun, food, old-fashioned
games and prizes.
This event is free of charge as we gladly welcome our
community to be a part of what God is doing at First
Baptist. Other churches will be welcomed to partner with
us. Call the church office at 674-5923 for more infqrma-
tion.

Homecoming at Sunny Hill planned
Sunny Hill Pentecostal Holiness Church of Altha will
have their annual homecoming Oct. 24-25.
On Saturday, Oct. 24, join us for a meal and sing from
1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, will be morning worship serv-
ice at 10 a.m. with a former pastor speakmg.
Everyone is welcome! For more information, call 762-
2062, 762-8440, 674-5587, or 643-2574.

POplar Head Fall Fest is October 30
Poplar Head Baptist Church in Clarksville will be host-
ing their annual Fall Festival on Friday, October 30, from
6 to 8 p.m. We will be having a Luau theme this year.
There will be lots of games for the children and fun prizes.
This year we are featuring a Men's Bake Off. We will be
having a hayride and marshmallow roast as well.
Come join us for an evening full of fun, food and fellow-
ship. Best of all, it's FREE! For more information, please
call the church office at 674-4201.

Altha FBC to host volleyball tourney
TheiAltha 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
'llue 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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Selma, California, to be
near grandchildren. He
dearly loved children and
animals and they loved
him. Roy also loved his
extended family and often
returned to Calhoun
County to attend the
Montford and Goodman
reunions.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Jess
and Ella Mae Montford;
two sisters, Annie Belle
Alford and Mary Elizabeth
Carter; and one brother,
James Montford.
He is survived by his
wife of 60 years, June
Prindle Montford; two
daughters, Karen Lewis of
Lakewood, Washington,
and Karleen Locklear of
Selma, California; two
sons, James Kennedy
Montford of Exeter, New
Hampshire, and Kevin
Montford of Paris,
Tennessee; seven grand-
children; and six great
grandchildren
He was a member of the
First Christian Church
Disciples of Christ of
Selma, California, where a
memorial service is sched-
uled today, Wednesday,
Oct. 14, at 11 a.m. Pacific
time. Arrangements are
under the direction of
Page's Funeral Chapel of
Salem.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial donations may be made
to the Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement, 17869 NW
Pioneer Settlement Road,
Blountstown, 'Florida
32424.







A special thank you to
family and friends for your
love and support. The flow-
ers were beautiful, the food
was Delicious, the visits
were special, the prayers
were heart felt. Your kind-

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love each of you. May God
bless you.
Sincere
Lena Lamb Family




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REGIONAL DANIEL
FUTCH
Mr. Regional Daniel
Futch, 66, of Kinard, FL,
passed away 'lliesday, Oct.
6, 2009, in Panama CitE
FL.
Dan was born June 27,
1943, in Pembroke, GA,
and had lived in Calhoun
Count sinceC2001,Fcommg

worked in construction
until his retirement and
served in the United States
Army.
\Dan was preceded in
death by his sister, Brenda
Andrews, and a brother
Harry Futch. .
Survivors include his
wife, Elizabeth Futch, of
Kinard; one son, Daniel
Futch, of North Carolina; a

f di p arndd

tPTtos daughters, LaDonna
T mot ,ueof KinardMand
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City; three brothers, James
Futch of Winter Garden, Jr.
Futch of Altoona, and
Bobby Futch of West
Virginia; two sisters,
Elizabeth Voss of Orla Vista
and Betty Futch of
Orlando; and five grand-
"hil .0rialization was by

cremation.
All arrangements were
under the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral 110me in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674-



BM UNIOR"
Mr. Boykin "Junior"
McCroan, 86, of Marianna
died Sunday, October 4'
2009, at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital in
Tal ha ec3roan was a life

long resident of this .area
and was of Prptestant faith.
He enjoyed fishing and the
outdoorS.
He is survived by one
son, James McCroan, of
M da htarianna; one ug er,
Rhonda Waldorff ofAltha;

to ,ndosonGainM h
Gregory McCroan, of
Altha, and Mason
Waldorff, of Altha; three.
granddaughters, Donna
McCroan, of Cypress,
Michelle Smith, of
Games 1 d ^nge


H 1tha s
13 great grandchildren.
A memorial service for
Mr. McCroan will be held

ct3 r015 HaThursdayi
Home in Altha with
Reverend Jim McIntosh
officiating. Memorialization
.will be by cremation.
Hall Funeral Home is in

charge of these arrange-


BARBARA SUE
BOYKIN
Mrs. Barbara Sue
Boykin, 69, of Bristol,
passed away. Tuesday,
October 6, 2009, at her
home in Bristol.
Barbara was born on
February 14, 1940, in
Liberty County and had
lived there all of herilife.
She was a retired hair-
dresser and was a member
of the Bristol Pentecostal
Holiness Church.
Survivors include two
sisters, Myra Singletary of
Bristol and Mary A.
Bouton of Crawfordville;
and several nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were
held .Friday, Oct. 9, at 11
a.m. EDT at the Bristol
Pentecostal Holiness
Church with Rev. Coy
Collins officiating.
Interment followed in the
Meacham Cemetery in
Bristol.
All arrangements were
under the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).
CLYDE W. COOLEY
Mr. Clyde W. Cooley, 81
of Grand Ridge, FL, passed
away Saturday, October
10, 2009, at his home.
Clyde was born
November 28, 1927, in
Jackson County and had
lived there sifice 1971,
coming front Honeyville,
FL. He was a retired
machinist with St. Joe
Paper Company with 43
years of service. He was of
the Baptist faith.
Clyde was preceded in
death by a daughter, Janice
Theall.
Survivors include his
wife, Annie (Hazel) Cooley,
of Grand Ridge; two sons,
Walter (Chris) Cooley and
David Cooley both of
Grand Ridge; three daugh-
ters, Margaret Forehand
and her husband, Steve, of

Grand RidgeoNitaB
Clydette Maitland and her
husband, Bob, of
Davisboro, GA; a son-in,
law, Chuck Theall, of
Grand Ridge; one brother,
Tommy Cooley, and his
wife, Cindy, of Grand
Ridge; one sister, Annette
Altenburg, and her hus-
band, Neil, of Wisconsin;
eight grandchildren; and
seven great-grandchildren.

helFun rall ser ces1 e

1 a r. from mgravesi
Clarksville with Rev. Glenn
Davis and Rev. Dallas
Presley officiating.
Interment followed.
All arrangements were
uhder the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266)
DEBORAH CARLETTA
DANIELS
Deborah Carletta
Daniels, 51, of
Blountstown, Fl, died on
Monday, October 5, 2009,

1 Bhl n ant. As Eve of
member of St. Paul A.M.E.
Church in Blountstown.
She is survived by
dau te3rsMDenise AA

GA, Marceta Elaine Baker, .
Yolanda Regina Baker,
Shirane Carletta Baker, all

haBlounts1town; Sfather
Calloway; sisters, Diane
Clark and Wanda Clark,
both ofBlountstown; broth
ers, Stanley Daniels of
Blountstown, Glen Barnes
(Chasity) of Columbus '
GA, Veron Clark (Renee),
of Panama City, Frederick
es. ,da o hteBloun3t r nd

Nicole Davis, of
Blountstown,; aunts, Onie
Bell Mc White of
Chattahoochee, FL, Esther
Mae Brown of Washington,
D.C., and Margie Mae
Johnson of Chattaho he


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District Heights MD
Franklin Daniels of
Philadelphia, PA; special

kedr, oB ntnto n na%
friend, Gwen Weston, of
Chattahoochee.
A memorial service was
held at 1:00 pm CST/ 2:00
EST Monday, October 12,

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JOHN RANDALL
MCGINNIS
Mr. John Randall
"Randy" McGinnis, 57,
passed away suddenly on
September 25, 2009, in his
home in Blountstown.
Randy was born in
LaGrange, Ga., on October
5, 1951. He is the soil of
Francis Walker Humphrey
of LaGrange and John
Vinson McGinnis, Jr.
(deceased) of Greenville,
S.C. He was the grandson
of Allie and Bud Walker,
both deceased.
Randy is also survived
by his sister and brother-in-
law, Shirley and Wayne
Gaylor, of LaGrange; his
niece and her children,
Danielle Ballenger, Mason
Ballenger, Scott Copelan
and Ashley Copelan, of
Valdosta, Ga.; a special'
close coilsin and her hus-
band, Rita and Bruce See,
of Dallas, Ga.; two aunts
and uncles, Christine
Howard and Marette and
Jimmy Laudus, all of
LaGrange, with many
cousms spread across the
nation.
There will be a private
memorial service for the
family to be scheduled at a
later date, Randy request-
ed to be cremated and
since he felt more peace
fishing, his ashes will be
scattered in the water. The
family can be reached at
their home at 145
Edgemont Dr. in
LaGrange.
Hall Funeral Home in
Altha was in charge of
these arrangements.

ROY DALLON
MONTFORD
Roy Dallon Montford of
Selma, California, passed
away Sunday, October 4,
2009, after an extended ill-
ness.
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M a e
(Goodman)
Mont fo rd
on Oct. 17,
1923,rais

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the Navy with the Pacific
Fleet. Following discharge
from the Navy, he settled in
the Tacoma, Washington,
area where he worked for
the Air Force Civil Service,
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maintaining a. farm and a
blacksmith business. Later,
with his children grown, he
and his wife reloc ted to


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Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
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The Chipola College Cosmetology program will host an
open house, Thursday, Oct. 15, from 10 a.m. to noon. Here,
cosmetology students (from left) Lauren Pettis, Kaitlin Porter
and Tabatha Masters work on a style for Richelle Pridgen.
The public is invited to enjoy complimentary hand mas-
sages, paraffin wax treatments, aromatherapy hand towels,
refreshments and door prizes.4A pumpkin contest will also be
held. The cosmetology program offer a full lineup of services
for the cost of materials, including: shampoo, blow dry
styles, haircuts, color, highlights, waxing, manicures, pedi-
cures, relaxers, perms and up-styles. For information, call
718-2439.


Tea party wagon continued-


BES, 1st-Brock Williams, 2nd-Vance Williams, 3rd-
Destiny Williams

The awards for the Goal Day Poster ConfesI were pre-
sented to the winners of each school by Rotary Club
member Donny Ryols on Monday. October 12. First place
WinnerS reCelved $25, second pioce winners received
$15, and third place winners received $10. Each winner
also received two tickets to Goal Day. Overall 3rd-5th win-
ner and 6th-8th winner will be presented a trophy of 0001
Day on October I7. All posters will be on display inside
the Frink Gym of the Panhandle Pioneer Settlement




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Althe Elementary, 1st-Heather Pringle, 2nd-Stetson Altha Middle, 1st-Brendon Danchuk, 2nd-Carly Schwartz
Branch, 3rd-Ashley Lytle & Porter Smith, 3rd-Allie Stripling & Brooke Coleman



Goat.Day poster winners
Chipola cosmetology program

hosting open house Thursday


BMS, 1st-Chessa Goodman, 2nd-Emily Bailey, 3rd-Kylee


structure of local politics
which would send a mes-
sage to Washington. But we
need to act now."
The Calhoun County
Supervisor of Elections
Office will have a voter reg-
istration booth at Goat Day.
"This is an opportunity
for all the people who only
register Democrat for local
elections, but really want to
registerinadifferentcapac-
ity, this gives them an


opportunity to rectify that
and be in a party of choice,
Barbee remarks. "If the
numbers do change, they
can either stay that party
because there would possi-
bly be representation or
they could change back
prior to the next election.
It's a real simple process
now."
Barbee urges everyone
to stop by the tea party
wagon at Goat Day!


Carr Middle School, 1st-Trey Borfield, 2nd-Nicole Byrne,


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frorptany qualified.pprson, company or cor- NORTH 00 DEGREES 23 MINUTES 58
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St. Joe, Florida 32456, (850) 227-7200. SEC,0NDS WEST 178.70 FEET, TO A
The bid must conform to Section CONCRETE .MONUMENT, THENCE
287.133(3) FloridaStatutesonpublicenti- NORTH as DEGREES 37 MINUTES 09 greatly appreciate
ty crimes. SECONDS WEST 270.00*FEET, TO THE
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1 NORTH, RANGE 8 WEST. SAID LAND
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COUNTY, FLORIDA


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
150 days from the date of the Notice to
Proceed presented to the successful bid-
der.
LIquidated damages for failure to complete
the project on the specified date will be set
at $200.00 per da'
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 Clerks Office, CathouA
County Courthouse, 20859 .Central
Avenue East, Room 130, Blountstown,
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 SpecIficatloris will be
$50.00 per set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made payable to PRE-
BLE-RISH, INC.
The Bolird of County Commissioners
reserves the right to waive informalities in
any bid, to accept and/or reject any or all
bids, and to accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the best interest of
Calhoun County.
If you have any questions, please call Matt
Carpenter at (850) 643-2771 or email car-
penterm@preble-rlsh.com

Leg al Notice
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, PLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO:2008-CA-000179
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.
PLAINTIFFS,
-vs-
KIWANIS G. NICHOLS JR.; APRIL GW
NICHOLSi, ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIMANTS:
JOHN DOE AND JANE JOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION,
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,
Blountstown, Florida, I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at. ON THE
FRONT STEPS OF THE COURTHOUSE
at 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 fol-
lowing described property as set forth in
said Summary Final Judgment to-wit:
eEGIN AT AE SOUTHWEST CORNER
gg,;H N T ,F N E NT:
THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 23 MIN-
UTES 60 SECONDS EAST 198.70 FEET,
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT LOCAT-
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Any person claiming an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, If any, other thanI the
property owner as of the date of the IIs
pendens, must file a claim within 60 days
after the sale.
Dated this 30th day of September, 2009.
RUTH W. ATTAWAY
'. Clerk of the Qircuit Court

Leg al Notice
IN THIE COUNTY COUR'f OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
. CASE NO.: 2009-20 CC
ALDA LAND HOLDING, LLC
Plaintiff,
v.
ALl KHAN HASHMAT,
Defendant.
NOTICE FOR (AC110N) PUBLICATON
TO: ALI KHAN HASHMA F
YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the institution of
this action by plaIntiff against you seeking
to forylose a construction lien on the fol-
lowing property in Calhoun County
Florida.
LOT 13 AND i4, BLOCK 2, LAKE CEN-
TER PARK SUBDIVISION, LYING, AND
BEING IN SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 11 WEST, CALHOUN
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, If any to It on Patricia M. Arias,
Attorney for PlaIntiff, whose address is
2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Sulte 303, Mlaml,
FlorIda 33133 and flie the original withl the
Clerk of the above styled court on or before
November 2, 2009, otherwIse a default will
be entered agaInst you for the relIef prayed
for in the complaint or petition.
This notice shall be published once a week
for two consecutive weeks in THE COUN-
TY RECORD.
Witness my hand and the seal of said
Court at Calhoun County, Florida on
October 6, 2009.
. RUTH ATTAWAY
Clerk of Court

Leg al Notice
NOTICE OF DISPOSAL
M & W SELF STORAGE RENTALS will
dispose of the contents of the following
unit on Thursday, October 22, 2009, at
5:00 p.m.If not paid in full and emptied out.
The unit is believed to contain household
and/or personal property
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nation on our Vote in everyone to come by the believe this will.be a great
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Program," Laramore said. voter registration status folks.''
Free election-related and pick up a voter guide, Goat Day is Saturday,
buttons, stickers and other says Laramore. "A part of Oct. 17, at Sam Atkins
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BY MELANIE NORWOOD
AYCOCK, ASSISTANT
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS,
CALHOUN COUNTY
Goats don't vote ... Do
you?
That's what Calhoun
County Supervisor of
Elections Margie
Laramore is asking every-
one to think about this year
as her office prepares to
participate with a booth in
the Blountstown Rotary
Club' annual GoatnDae ec-
tion going on this year with
early voting, we're glad to
be able to participate in
this yearly community
event," she said, adding,
"but next October, we'll be
back at the courthouse
preparing for the 2010
General Election and may
be unable to contribute."
IAramore says booth
visitors will have plenty to
ryao t s andb ihvrtea
visit.
"For those who aren't
registered to vote, we'll
have applications and will
assist anyone who needs
help completing one," she
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voter registration applica-
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becoming a candidate.
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Voter Guides containing
next year's election dates
and offices up for election
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visitors, including:
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^your address in the
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TRU S
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1985 Dodge Ram pickup,
$70,000 original miles, slant 6
engine, $2200.00 OBOL Call
674-1044.
1996 Ford Aerostar Minivan.
Holds 7 easily. Great running
condition. $1,500.00 firm. Call
674-5185 during the day and
674-8071 in the evening.

FOR RENT
Mobile 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-
7816.
Two bedroom, two bath mobile
home for rent. Located six
miles north of Blountstown on
Hwy.169 north, Water, sewer,
and grass mowing provided.
Deposit required. No pets. Call
674-8888.
RV trailers $75 $80 week,
most utilities furnished; 2 bdr.
trailers when available. Call
674-4011.
Trailer for rent iri Altha. Well
maintained, family oriented
park. Call 762-9555.

FOR SALE
Coins .for sale (1) 1928
Buffalo Head nickel; (1) 1907
Indiari pHeand pen ; $300.00 OBO. Call 237-2505.


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Resumeto:
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or fax:
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Duties Include:
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Bookkeeping, Timekeeping, Deposits,
Answering Phone, Grbeting Visitors.
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Can pIckup applicatlan in front
office or fax resume to
850-674-4343
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applications for a full-time Police Officer. All
applicants must be at least 19 years of age, a citizen
of the United States, a high school graduate or
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The deadline for applying is October 23, 2009. We
are an'Equal Opportunity Employer and a drug free
workplace.
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF CORRECTIONS

Accepting applications for correctional RN's
at Liberty CI
Shifts Available
12am-8am
8am-4pm

Visit our website a fIdocjobs.com for more information,
to appif online, or contact:
Sally Mayo, SRNS Mavo.sallv@mail.dc.state.fl.us
or call 850-643-9400 or 850-648-9480.
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.


QUALITY RUBBER STAMPS
Self Inking 3 Lines...513.50
Knob Stamp 3 Lines...58.10
. Desk Names & Holders
Stock Stamps Number & Date Stamps


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EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
M OF TALLAHASSEE, INC.
Is now accepting applications
for Heavy Equipment
Operators. We offer competi-
tive Wages & Benefits. All
applicants must pass a drug
screen. We are an EOE.
Ap tal in p rison) at 42
Tallahassee, FL 32303.

HOME FOR SALE
New 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick
home. 1400 sq. ft. withgarage
in Altha. City water, oak cabi-
nets, granite tops, tile and lami-
nate floor on 1/2 acre lot.
$8,000 tax credit still available.
$129,500.00. Call 762-8185 or
653-5597.

LosT & FouND
Lost Black and white Border
Collie, 14 years old, bobbed tail,
little gray. Call 227-8718.

MOBLE HOME
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

pi cole acasurrnP Bui p
3. Momma and father on prem-
ises. Asking $100.00 each.
Call 674-2106.

YARD SALE
True Holiness Church on River
Street will have a Hugh Church
Yard Sale and Car Wash on
Saturday, October 17th begin-
ning at 7:00 a.m. There will be
clothing for women, teens,
n dn na hous wa n, al:
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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Exercise equipment and
weight bench. Call 237-1505.
GE frost free, side by side
refrigerator freezer w/ice and
water thru the door, $450.00;
dining room set, table and 4
chairs, $150; solid wood corner
entertainment Unit with glass
door on bottom, $250.00;
microwave, $30.00; telescope,
$50.00. Call 237-2467, 899-
1091 or 674-2969.
Harl Davidsoh kin side
detachable nostalgic wind-
shield, also have interchange-
able lightly smoked shield for a
2006 Heritage softail deluxe*
also fits other models. Paid
total of $599.00 for all, will sell
for $275.00. Call 850-447-0682
or 674-2637, leave message
and will return ASAP,

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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 br.
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.


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PARADE OF HATS: The Church of the Nazarene in Blountstown had a great time as they
oil wore their favorite hat to
church on Sunday, Sept.,27.

"ag adbleve RetypeR hhrod' HAND-PKKED QUALITY
Waterman won first prize in
the men's category with the
Indian head dress. Christina .
Morse won first prize in the
women's category with her
dress hot. Ella Faith Morse a a
won firdt place in the chil-
dren's category. Jeff Johnson,
Doris MacVicar, and Bailey BES SLOW CREDIT, NO PROBLEMS W.A.C
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Not only are the wings finger lickin' good, but Lindy's Chicken at 19390 SR 20 West and
Silas Green Road is looking' good inside and out! For the past eight years, Tonya and Chad
Martin have done their own work on the interior and exterior, with Chad more recently tend-
ing to the lovely and fragrant pink knock-out rose bushes dotting the side of the building.
Palm and oleander bushes balance the scene and make for a lovely corner sight. Tonya
started as a teen working in her dad's Lindy's in Tallahossee: Her expertise and friendly, open
mariner readily show as she takes a customer's order or maintains a pleasant eating atmos-
phyp. Songrats 0 fl3is hard working couple who hgve helped make our community beauti-
ful.


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Marie Granger and the
Altha Culinary students,
the Liberty County
JROTC, the Calhoun
County BOCC, the
Calhoun County Chamber
and the City of
Blountstown.
We appreciate this com-
munity and surrounding
counties for their years of
support and participation,
volunteering and helping us
to grow. Thank you so
much!


It may have been hot
last Saturday afternoon,
but that didn't keep hun-
dreds of supporters away
from the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement!
"An Expression of
Gratitude" was the theme
of the 20 Year Anniversary
event and what a nice gath-
e ing of community mem-
bers and regional partners.
Young and old enjoyed
the Community Choir,
story telling apd reminisc-


ing followed by an old fash-
ioned country meal.
Many thanks to all who
helped and participated in
making this a wonderful
afternoon, including many
faithful and dedicated vol-
unteers and staff, board
members, Willard and
Linda Smith, State
Representative Marti
Coley, Sheriff David
Tatum, Peggy Cox, Paul
Smith, Larry Plazarin,
Doobie Brothers, Dona
Dunn, Linda Adams,


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"Oh, I just love to work in my garden." So says Joanne Garrett who, with her husband,
130muel, has been at their family residence of 20606 SE Parker Avenue for some 14 years.
Mill working and diversified in time and purpose, Joanne treasures the peaceful, meditative,
pnd Godlike moments she is still oble to spend lending her front yard. Partial to greens 1.e.
low maintenance shrubs and hedges native to this area one also smells the fragrance of
ed and pink Toses, sees a delightful trellis with clinging vlne, a soon-to-be blooming Yucca.
Our attention is especially caught up in the numerous malature scenarios making up the
ord space tiny water pumps, figures of children at play, a ceramic dog looking at a bear
in a tree, to name only a few of the delightful and whimsical stories being told. Imagination
and creativity abound and we thank Joanne for the pleasure of the viewing.


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