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Title: The County record
Uniform Title: County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Wallace B. Finlay
Place of Publication: Blountstown, Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 2009
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Calhotm County school
students this week as
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BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
An ethics complaint filed
by Rufus Guilford against
Sheriff*David Tatum over a
parcel of land at Mossy
Pond is expected to be
resolved at a final hearing
next week.
As reported last spring,
Guilford, 82, .deeded over
two acres of land at Lake
McKenzie in the Mossy
Pond Cortimunity to Tatum
back in 2006. "I gave it to
the Sheriff's Office for the
kids to swim and .the old
folks to go down there and
talk," Guilford told The
County Record.
Sheriff Tatum says he
was trying to fulfill
Guilford's wishes when he
went before the County
Commission on June 18,
2006, asking for a long term
renewable lease to the
Commission for the proper-
ty so the public could use it
and the Sheriff's Office
could patrol the site The
20-year lease agreement
was approved for $1 per
year with the Sheriff paying
the $20 out of his own
pocket to cover the county's
lease. 19arly two years
later, Guilford said he
intended to give the proper-
ty to the Sheriff's Office,
instead of Sheriff Tutum as
he did, and woimd up filing
an ethics complaint.
However, in depositions
taken in July of this. year,
Guilford said the transhc-
tion with SheriffTatum was
"satisfactory" and added,
"David Tatum ain't toole no
advantage of me.
Everything I done was free
hearted."
Sheriff'Ihtum wound up
terminating the lease with
the county and returning
the land to Guilford last
year. Tatum has agreed in a
joint stipulation that he
shoulddtha e reported tehe


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The elderly Bristol
man who
surywed a
home
invasion
robber y
back in
July and
wound up
killing the
intruder has died.
Bradley Harvell,
82, passed away
Monday night at
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two weekia ago and has
been hospitalized ever
since. He -underwent
surgery and, either
during or after, had A
stroke that ultimately
took his life.
Harvell owned the
Slip 'N Slide bar and
his Imme was adjacent.
He shot and killed
Octavius Barnes, 23,
when he tried to rob
him over the summer.
Funeral arrange-
ments were being
made at press time and
will be announced on
our website at www.the
countyrecord.net.


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petition in Indianapolis. Plclared at a breakfast of Ihe home of Elom and Esiher Stoltzius before embarking on thqir joumey are
(seated, from left) business management team Jessico Collier, Karis Smith, Kodlin Stewart, Ashley Adams, standingg) Asst.
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ran in the half marathon (13.5 miles) at Pier Park over the
weekend. Pictured (from left) are.John Sewell who placed
third in his age division, olong with Rodney and Tina Smith
who each placed second in their age divisions. Turn to
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Groundbreaking Monday

for new Blountstown High
The Calhoun County School Board invites the public to
join them at the groundbreaking ceremony for the.new '
Blountstown High School. The event is set for Monday, Oct.
26, at 10 a.m. The site is located on Hwy. 69 North near
the intersection of Mason Road. The 80 acre site was pur-
chased back in May for $539,493. Culpepper Construction
won the bid to build the new school.


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CALHOUN COUNTY
Oct.12: Abbondo Word slore VOP Mark Parker, follure to
appear DWLSR. Mike Couley violollon of suspended sen-
tence
Oct. 13: Darryl Chesson. DUI poss In 20 grams monjua-
no Corwin Anderson DWLSR giving false name
Oct. 14: Nicholas R. Tucker poss 1/1 20 grams morliuo-
no
Oct. 15: Dopnne J McDonald poss. In 20 grams mari-
juano. prescription drugs poropnernalia
Oct. 17: Ronaell Morns poss 1/1 20 grams monjuano.
county VOP. Ellis Morrow DWLSR
Oct. 18: Ronnie BronI Creamer, domestic Dattery
LIBERTY COUNTY
Oct. 12: Abbondo Word holding for CCSO Cassue
Personette, serving 1 1 months 29 Gays
Oct. 13: Travis Johnson store VOP Michael Weothers
back from Leon. Jimmy Allen 0 Bryon DUI
Oct. 15: Daphne Jewel McDonald hold for Colhoun Co.
Oct. 16: Anthony Williams serving 30 days James Lorry
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The above Indirlduals were booked into the Calhoun or
IIDetty County Jull over the past week. Although they
have Dean charged with a crkne, they are cons/deled
Innocent until proven gulHy.


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It was a down horne, country hoiinecoming
celebrationn in Liberty County last week with
plenty of fun to go around. One of the high-
. lights was. the crowning of Mr. & Miss LCHS,
Preston Cooper and Hannah Moore. -The pair
resigned over festivities which included the
parade on Friday morning led by grand mar-
.shal, ITwila San~dgs. The big finale was Friday
night when the Bulldogs defeated the
Graceville Tigers in the homecoming game,
35-16.


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Happy 50th Birthday!
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his 50th birthday on Oct. 19.
Emory is rfiarried to Lisa
Godwin. Their children are.
Kevin and Brandi.Duren, and
Tommy and Kelli Sourbeck.
They have two grandchildren,
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Creamery opens
Family, friends, and beauty
queens gathered Sunday tO
celebrate the opening of a
new downtown eatery,
Country Creamery. Located
on Central Avenuefost
across from Wakulia Bank
in Blountstown, the Country
Grearnery is owned by
Barbara Wilson and her
daughter, Babs. Their spe_
cially is homemade ice
cream, but they also offer on
array of delectable sand-
wiches solos and
desserts. You can loke out
- or dine on he back polio.


Happy 14th Birthday,
Hunter!
Gregorj/-Wayne Hunter
Jordan celebrated his 14th
birthday on October 9th.
Hunter is the son of Greg
and Amy Jordan of
Blountstown. His maternal.
grandparents are Sue Chester
and the late Wayne Chester
of Sycamore. His paternal
grandparents are Bill and
Jeanie Majors of Panama
City and Ellis and Jackie
Jordan of Blountsfown.
Hunter is an avid outdoors~
man and member of the
Blountstown Middle School
football, basketball, and
baseball teams. He is also a
member of the BMS Student
Council and President of the
National Jr. Honor Society.


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Lakynn Reece Williams
Rylea and Caise Williams wduld like to announce the birth
of their little sister, Lakynn Reece Williams. They are the chil-
.dren of Josh and Kjindal Williams of Blountstown.
Lakynn was born September 27, 2009, at TMH Women's
Pavilion. She weighed 7 pounds, 5.6 ounces and was 19-
1/2 inches long.
Her maternal grandparents-are Doug and Flor Edwards of
Greensboro and Joe and Kim Milligan of Blountstown. Her
paternal grandparents are Johnny and Brenda Williams of
Clarksville.
Lakynn was welcomed home by a host of friends and
family.


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lOcal library
The Blountstown Public
Library invites children and
their families to attend fall
festival on Friday, Oct. 30,
from 6 to 8 p.m.
There will be all sorts of
fun activities so make lans
to stop by for this evening of
festivities.


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Happy 6th Birthday, Matfial
We would like to wish our
daughter, Mottia Jade
Speights a Happy 6th
Birthday on October 20th.
She is the daughter of
Matthew and Bershieka
Speights. She enjoys going
to school, playing with her
sister Matticia, and going to
h er grandma s Coretha JoneS
and Coriane Speights house
Once again happy 6th birth-
day to our lovely #1 daugh-
ter, Mattia Jade Speights.


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Time to ride the haunted
train at the Veterans
Memorial Railroad in
Bristol.Starting Friday, Oct.
23. Saturday Oct. 24 and on
Halloween Oct 31. Runs
begin at 8pm EST. Two
trains will be running so the
wait won't be too long. Price
for this scary ride will be $3
for adults, $2 for students
and pre-schoolers ride free.
For more information call
643-5491 or 643-6646.
This is sponsored by the
Veterans Memorial


wash Oct. 24
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ated. .
Brandy was in a bad
wreck on Sept. 30 and is
now ma wheelchair. She
can't walk or feel her legs.
She is facing surgery and
further treatment. The car
wash is being held to raise
money to help her with
medical expenses.
Stop by and help us and
her. She Avill be there watch-
ing. For further information
or if you'd like to help, call
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Local runners place in the


Pier Park half marathon

Several- members of the Colhoun County Area Runners Club ran the Pier Park half
marathon at Panarnd City Beach Saturday which was 13.1 miles. Local runners and their
fimes are (from left) Cissy Barfield (2:46:48), Angie Wood (2:34:59), Reggie Sewell
(1:55:41), Maggie Sewell (2:13:52), John Sewell (3rd. in age division, 13th overall,
1:37:05), Terry Blair (22nd overall, 1:42:19), Tina Smith (2nd in age division, 66th over-
all, 1:54:58), Rodney Smith (2nd in age division, 30th overall, 1::46:29), and Phillip Griffin
(45th overall, 1:50:27).



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HELP CHEER ON THE YOUNG TIGERS

IN THE YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE

These illtle ladies invite you to help them cheer on the young Tigers playing in the
Colhoun County Youth Football League The Teeny,.Tiny, and Pee Wee teams will go
up against Wewo Saturday moming with Ihe first game at 9 0 m. Stop by Bowles

eld and enjoy some great football ocion wilh these promisIng youth othletes1


Undefeated BMS 77gers playing


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The BMS tigers defeat-


the season,


and second quai-ter and a
two point conversion run by
Anthony Jones to make the
score 14-8 at halftime. The
second half was a scoreless

::"J'':ee:h h nedth
Peterson made a clutch
interception for the Tigers,
to seal the victory.
Anthony Jones had several
big runs for the Tigers
which were set up by strong
blocking from Jay Williams
and.Tommy Futch.
- The Tigers travelled to
Chipley to take on the
Chipley Roulhac Titans on
'Ibesday in the Panhandle
Conference Championship
Game. Watch for details in
nett week's edition.


Blountstown Health 85
Rehab Center is sponsoring
the "Run For Your Life
5K/1 Mile Fun Run" to
benefit the Calhoun County
Senior Citizens. -
The race is set for
Saturday, Oct. 31, and
begins at 8 a.m. at
Blountstown Health. 85
Rehab, 16690 SW Chipola
Road. Entry fee is $15 for


SK and $10 for the fun run.
T-shirts will be presented to
the first 100 entries. Top
male and female, along
with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in
each age division, will
receive prizes. Costlimes
are optional. .
For more information,
contact the BHRC
Therapy Dept. at 674-4080
or 674-4311, ext. 105.


ABOVE: LGtaviop Godwin in
Liberly County's 34-16 win
over the Wewahitchka


AT RIGHT: The Teeny Mite
Cheerleaders were ready to
cheer on their Bulldogs Y
Saturday coming.

BELOW: Pee Wee quarterback
Will Hosford hands off the ball
to a inning back

PHOTOS BY KATHY S. JOHNSON .


.by FSA. The loan limit for
loans under the Direct
Program is $300,000
(except for Emergency
Loans). Farmers interested
in applying for a direct loan
should contact their local
FSA office. To find an FSA
.office, visit
http://offices.sc.egov.usda.g
Ov/locator/app .

USDA now issuing
CORServation Pgin.
rentRI paylROHtS
Debra Folsom, Acting
State Executive Director
for USDA's Farm Service
Agency. in Florida has
announced that USDA will
begia issuing $2,599,973 in
Conservation Reserve
Program (CRP) payments
to eligible producers in
Florida. More than $1.7
billion in CRP payments
are being made on 31 mil-
lion acres across the coun-


al payments eeann
on the 66,363 acres
enrolled in the CRE includ-
ing the Conservation
Reserve Enhancement
Program and Continuous
Sign-Up Program fiscal
year 2009., Producer's
holding 1,547 contracts ott
1,250 farms will receive an
average of $2,079.98 per
farm or $39.18 per acre.
Producers enroll in CRP
and plant long-term,
resource-conserving .covers
to improve water quality,
control soil erosion and
enhance habitats for water-
fowl and wildlife. In return,
USDA provides producers
with rental payments. CRP
contract duration is from 10
to 15 years.
Land to be enrolled
must be-either highly erodi-
ble, contribute to a seriotis
water quality problem, pro-
vide important wildlife
habitat or provide substan-
tial environmental benefits
if devoted to certain specif-
ic conservation uses.
For more information on
CRE producers should con-
tact their local Farm
Service Agency office or
visit FSA's Web site at
http://www.fsa.usda.gov.


enhance wetlands in
exchange for .retiriixg eligi-
ble land from agriculture. .
Although applications
are accepted on a continu-
ous basis, Florida NRCS
has established a cut-off
date of October 30, 2009
for evaluation and ranking
of eligible applications for
the 2010 program year.
For more information on
conservation assistance in
Calhoun, Liberty, Gulf, and
Franklin Counties, contact
Brian McGraw (District ,
Conservationist). The local
USDA-NRCS office is
located at 17413 NW
Leonard Street,
Blountstown, Florida. Call
us at (850) 674-8271 ext.
3, or visit the NRCS
Florida website at
www.fl.nrespusda.gov/con-
tact/index '

FSA announces neW
$1.1 IHilliOR ARX

Eng
State Executive Director
for USDA's Farm Service
Agency .in Florida has
announced the loan limit
, for its Guaranteed Loan
Program has been
increased to $1,112,000,
effective Oct. 1. The limit is
adjusted annually based on
the "Prices Paid to Farmers
Index," compiled by the
National Agricultural
Statistics Service (NASS).
The Guaranteed Loan
Program allows commercial
and farm credit lenders to
extend credit to qualified
applicants, who otherwise
would not meet their stan-
dard lending criteria.
Participating lenders can
use the Guaranteed Loan
Program to strengthen a
loan's viability through a
guarantee of up to 95 per-
cent of the loan amount.
Farmers interested in guar-
anteed loans should apply
through a conventional
lender,
FSA also offers the
Direct Loan Program as an
alternative for those unable
to obtain financing from
commercial credit sources.
Direct farm loans are gov-
ernment-funded,.and made


IAberty County Pee
Wees Win Twice
The Liberty County Pee
Wee football team took two
victories last week in both
of their Big Bend Football
League games last week.
On Tuesday, Liberty
County defeated
Blountstowp 30-0 with J.J.
House and Jarrod
Beckivith scoring two
touchdowns each. Kenny
Godwin added a touchdown
run of his own to help
knock off the Tigers
On Saturday Liberty
County knocked off the
\Vewahitchka-Warriors 36-
6. J.J. House had a huge
day, scoring on the Bulldogs
first offensive play of the
game with a 65 yard run.
Later in the second quarter
house scored again on
another long run to add to
the lead against the
Warriors. House would
add another touchdown on
a kickoff return to open the
3rd quarter. Micah
McCaskill added two
scores himself with a 40


yard TD reception from
Will Hosford in the first
quarter and TD run in the
second quarter. Jarrod
Beckwith ran in two 2-
point conversions and
William Hayes added
another. J.J. House and
Cameron Parrish led the
Liberty. County defense
with 5 tackles each and -
Garrett Swier hauled in an
interception. The Pee-
Wee's are now 3-0 on the
seAson. <

Tiny Mites lose to
Blountstown, Bounce
Back Against Wewa
In Tiny-Mite action,
Liberty County fell to
Blountstown 22-0 last
'Ibesday but bounced back
with a very convincing 36-
16 win against
Wewahitchka on Saturday.
In Saturday's contest
Jarkeavis Bess started the
scoring with a long run in
the first quarter. The Tiny-
Mites proved that the pass-
ing game could be effective
as well when Chi-Chi


Roulhac hooked up twice,
with Shamon Mosley on
long TD passes. Roulhac
would score again on long
TD run late in the game,
Blake Tharpe, Cody
Arnold, Mai-lon Black, Josh
Owens and Levi Brannan
led the way on defense for
the Dogs.
The Tiny-Mites are now
2-1 oil the season.


Teeny-Mites Get First
Win of Young Season
The Liberty County
Teeny Mite team recorded
their first win of the Big-
Bend Football League sea--
son on Saturday. Lane
McCormick, Tucker
Singletary, and Alex Valdez
all scored touchdowns to
lead the Pups to victory.
I ane McCormick led the
way for the defense with six
tackles while Tony Zuniga,
Cole Brandon and Brock
Sykes added 3. tackles a
piece. With the win, the
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Game Stores of
Tiger Opponents
Sneads 12, Vernon 0
Chipley 14, Maclay 13
Port St. Joe 15, West Gadsden 6
Franklin Co. 9, Wewa 2
Liberty County 35, Graceville 16
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score was 35-18.
The Tiger defense
forced the Bulldogs to punt
and the Tigers took ovel at
their own 32. Runs of 24
by Broxton, 9 by Grant and
13 by Alexander Garrett
led to a 2 yard blast into
the endzone by Broxton.
The two-point play failed
and the score was 35-24.
Marianna marched 80
yards in 9 plays to stretch
their lead to 42-24 late in
the fourth quarter. The
Tigers fumbled on the kick-
off and Marianna was able
to run out the clock.
Buggs had a good sec-
ond half and ended the
game with 82 yards on 7 of
22 attempts, 1 touchdown
and 2 interceptions.
Broxton and Grant each
had two receptions. Darren
Huff, Garrett, and Paul
Mosley each had one catch.
Huff's reception covered
31 yards.
The Tigers managed
124 yards on the ground
with Broxton leading the
way with 68 yards. Grant
had 25 yards, Garrett 14,
Buggs 8, and Jawon
Mosley 9.
Marianna did not com-
mit a turnover while the
Tigers lost two fumbles and
threw two interceptions.
Garrett and Ryan
McIntyre led the Tiger
defense with 10 tackles
each. Dowling Lee had 8
tackles followed by Jawon
Mosley with 7 and. Jason
Money with with 5.
Stafford Dawson, Frankie
Murrell; Princeton Grant,
Byron Hall, Cory
McClellan, Anthony Curry
and Paul Mosley were all in
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far behind and couldn't
catch up despite our strong
effort in the second half."
Marianna racked up
307 yards on the ground on
43 plays and never
attempted a pass in the
game. Touchdown runs of
19, 1, and 8 yards and a
fumble return for a touch-
down gave the Bulldogs a
28 lead before the Tigers
got their first score follow-
ing a short Bulldog punt.
The Tigers took the sec-
ond half kickoff and put
together an impressive 9
play 78 yard drive capped
off by a 2 yard Jawon
Mosley TD. A try for two
points failed.
After an exchange of
punts, Marianna scored on
a 32 yard run and built
their lead to 35-12.
The Tigers answered
following a 19 yard run by
Broxton when Princeton
Grant raced 25 yards for a
touchdown. Another two-
point play failed and the


The Marianna Bulldogs
had their way with the
Blountstown Tigers Friday
night at Bowles Field jump-
ing out to a 28-0 lead
before the Tigers woke up.
A four yard pass from
Charles Buggs, Jr. to Leon
Broxton on the final play of
the first half cut the
Bulldogs' lead to 28-6 at
intermission.
The Tigers could have
quit, but they didn't.
Instead, they came out in
the second half and played
their hearts out. They
outscored Marianna 18-14
in the second half, but the
-Bulldogs' lead was too
much to overcome. The
Tigers lost their first game
of the season, 42-24, leav-
ing their overall record at
5-1 and 2-0 in the district.
"We just couldn't stop
their running attack,"
coach Greg Jordan said
Monday. "They were big
on the line and their backs
were good, too. We fell too


Leon Broxtort leaps to pull in a four yard touchdown pass against Marianna.


Tigers.
The Tigers will host the
Port St. Joe Sharks Friday
night in a key district
matchup. Both teams are
undefeated in district play.
St. Joe has some outstand-
ing athletes and the Tigers
will have to play their best
to win.


are a ball control offense that
likes to run the football and
taking big.shots down the
field with talented receivers.
On defense they are a 4-3
team with a rtliddle LB that
has committed to Arkansas
and a junior safety in #3
Calvin Pryor that is on al dif-
ferent level than most play-
ers. Pryor is only a junior
and will go to college where
ever he decides to.
Now the task is try to find
a way to win the football
game. We will have to exe-
cute on offense better than
we have this season up to
this point. Defensively, we
will have to tackle in open
field and limit yards after
contact. Any blown assign-
ments and they have the
players to take any play the
distance.

This is on important dis-
trict matchup of the only two
unbeaten teams left in
District 2 Class 1A. The win-
ner of this game will control
their own destiny as for as
the playoffs go. The loser will
still hdve a shot also, but will
have to run the table the rest
of the way to make the post
season.
This is a BIG HOME game
for the Tigers. We need all
available Tiger fans in their
seats cheering as we go for
a tough District win. Kick off
is set for 7:00 cst here at
Bowles Field. Hope to see
you at the gamel GO
TIGERS!!!


The Tigers fell to 5-1 on
the year with a 42-2410ss to
Marianna. The Tigers fell in
too deep a hole early and
could not dig out.
It was a tale of two halves
as the Tigers were outscored
28-6 in the first half and
responded in the second half
outscoring Marianna 18-14,
but were never able to stop
Marianna's running game.
The Bulidogs had 43
rushing plays for 307 yards
and never attempted a pass!
The Tigers had 125 rushing
yards on 32 attempts and
82 passing yards on 7-22
for 206 total yards on 54
offensive snaps. This was a
tough matchup game for the
Tigers .as Marianna has
plenty of size up front and
skill to matbh. We knew
what they were going to do,
we just could not stop them.
We could not simulate in
practice the speed they had
or the blocking they brought
to the table. We were just
soundly beaten by a better
team and now we move on
to our next opponent, the St.
Joe Sharks.
The Sharks come to town
with a 3-0 record in the dis-
trict and 5-1 overall. The
Sharks have a very talented
football team already defeat-
ing schools much larger
than them. They have also
defeated Liberty, West
Gadsden and Franklin
County in the district. The
Sharks are very talented on
both sides of the ball. They


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1st Grade Field Trip
By Caroline Howell
Fifth Grade Reporter
The first grade went on a
field trip on October 8.
They went to the public
library. They listened to the
story, The Very Hungry
Caterpillar. They sagg a
song and danced. They also


were talking about commu-
nities in Social Studies and
thought it would be fun to
visit a place in their commu-

stuthey said they had a
Donuts for Dads
By Rachel Nandho
Fifth Grade Reporter

DaOsncaF a arOE nle
bees to the Media Center at
B.E.S. They came to enjoy
some donuts and juice with
their children at the annual
B.E.S. "Donuts for Dads"
breakfast. By 8:00 they left
with stomachs full of deli-
cious donuts. YUM!

BES Students
Compete in
Spelling Bees
By Madison Peacock
Fifth Grade Reporter
The students in 4th and
5th grade competed in
classroom spelling bees on
October 13th. The winners
from each class went on to
compete on October 16th in
grade-level competitions.
Fifth grader, Chrysta Ross,
and fourth grader, Tylor
Brock, were the winners for
their grade levels and will go
on to compete.in the coun-
ty-wide spelling bee in
December. Congratulations
to these young spellers.
See BES NEWS page 9


Seniors at Blountstown High School had a blast Chipola College's Senior Day last
Wednesday,


Elizabeth Bennett is featured
a a a a
teacher* seniors visit Chipola


J.C. and Jaren Williams enjoyed sharing donuts with


after, the seniors were split
into groups led around by
the student ambassadors.
One group went to the
nursing school and learned
about what it takes to
major in nursing. Other
* groups visited the auto
body shop and got to see
first hand what goes on in
the class. They also learned
what clubs are offered at
Chipola such as FFA,
VICA, and many more.
There is also a variety of
extra-curricular programs
at Chipola: Musical
Theater, art, and technolo-
gy programs to mention
just a few-
The students learned all
about the athletic programs
at Chipola. The Chipola
baseball team was the
national champions in
2007, and the women's
basketball team is three
time FCCAA Region VIII
State Champs. The seniors
visited the Student Service
Building where they were
told all about financial aid
and other services. To finish
up the day, all the seniors
ate "delicious" pizza from
Hungry Howies and delec-
table cookies from Subway.
Senior Day has been a
tradition at BHS for a
decade and Mrs. Loraine
McClellan, the Career
Specialist at Blountstown
High School, has not only
coordinated every trip but
also endured every exci1r-
sion. "Senior Day is impor-
tant," Mrs. McClellan said,
"it relieves the anxiety on
the students and allows the
seniors to feel more familiar
with the Chipola campus."
Hopefully this program
will open up the eyes of
some students and will
push them in the direction
of Chipola Junior College.

Calendar of Events
Thursday, Oct. 22nd,
Volleyball at Home against
Altha @5:00/6:00
Friday, Oct. 23rd,
Report cards; Varsity
Football at Home against
St. Joe @ 7:00
Monday, Oct. 26th,
VolleyballDistrictgamesat
Blountstown; Red Ribbon
week begins
Tuesday, Oct. 27th,
Volleyball District games at
Blountstowrt; CPT for
Juniors


Teacher Feature
by: Leigha Miller
.Mrs. Bennett says, "Go
to the office and tell Mr.
Barber you've been a bad
tiger!" This is the conse-
quence you receive when
you've reached the letter
"R" in "Tiger."
Elizabeth Bennett has
been living in Blountstowri
since 1984, because her
dad's first church as a pas-
tor was Gateway Baptist
Church. She was born in
Dunkirk, NY, playing in the
snow with her brother as a
child. She got her -southern
slang later, when living in
Texas. She graduated in
what she calls her home-
town, Blountstown,. in
1988. Mrs. Bennett comes
from a line of teacher's; you
might know her mom, Mrs.
Patty Hayward.
In her spare time, Mrs.
Bennett enjoys reading,
dancing, spending time
with her husband (Danny)
and her two daughters
(Dianna Glaze, 20, and
Breanna, 8). In addition to
this, she likes to spend time
with her grandson, Eric (9
months old). She enjoys
taking pictures of them and
showing them off on
Facebook.
Mrs. Bennett graduated
from FSU in 2001 with, a
degree in Political Science,
with several jobs that
helped her prepare for
teaching. You know, like
when she was a correction-
al officer??
Being a teacher, she of
course gets the stereotype
of liking to read; and, of
course, she does. Some of
her favorite books include
the Bible, The Shack, He
Loves Me, The Giver, and
Lord of the Rings. (Just
check out her classroom!)
Her utmost favorite text to
read is discovering how big
God's love is. Her biggest
inspiration in life is individ-
uals who care for others
more than they do them
selves. The hardest strug-
gle she has ever endured is
that "it's not all about me."
She's a strong believer in
having a relationship with
God. Her husband is, with-.
out a doubt, her best friend.
When asked, "What
would you like to do if you
weren't teaching?" Mrs.
Bennett replied that she


MnS. EuIZABETH BENNETT


would like to be performing
at Disney World. If she
could give advice to any
student, it would be to get
to know who you are as an
individual, before you get
Into a relationship with
someone. 'And you're not
ready when you're in high
school." n't d
you wo rea ,
you're already slipping into
darkness. Mrs. Bennett
believes her job as a
teacher is to become like
Galadriel in the Lord of the
Rings. She would like to
give her students tools to
take with them on their
journey in life, because she
can't go with them.

Senior Day
by: Casey Johnson
On Wednesday, October
14th, the seniors of
Blountstown High School
participated in the Senior
Day. at Chipola College.
They -enjoyed "killer
pizza," watched the show
choir and the cheerleaders
perform, and most impor-
tantly they learned about
the benefits of going to
Chipola College.
The day started off with
the students heading to the
gym to take a gander at
Chipota's cheerleaders.
The group did three differ-
ent routines which most of
the seniors said were very
good. The theater program
also performed an excerpt
from the upcoming play,
The Musical Comedy
Murders of 1940, which
will be running from
November fifth through the
eighth at the Chipola
Theater. Then there was a
basketball dunking compe-
tition that the Chipola
Indians took part in for the
seniors to observe. Soon


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Colonial

Janice Moore and
Wendy Eubanks invite you
to join them on their
Colonial America Trip set
for July 5-9.
'IYip highlights include:
V 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.
? Jamestown Get a
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to where the colonists unit-
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come to life on this exciting
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There will be an infor-
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For more information, 7778, or Wendy Eubanks,
coi1tact Janice Moore, 7th librarian, at
and 8th Grade history wendy.eubanks@calhoun-
teacher, at flschools.org.


Calendar
Wednesday, October 21
- Moultrie; Pre-K 1st
Grade Bus Safety Drill
Thursday, October 22 -
MS VB Conference TBA
@Altha 3 pm; JV/V VB @
BHS 5/6 pm
Friday, October 23 -
Report Card Day
Saturday, October 24 -
ACT @ 8 am ; CC
Panhandle Invitational in
Marianna
October 26. 30 -- Red
Ribbon Week -- Can Food
Drive
Wednesday, October 28
- FCA Guest Speaker
Thursday, October 29 -
MS BB vs. BMS, 3:30 pm
Friday, October 30 -
Early Release Day; CC
Wew.a Invitational;
Autumn Fest 6-8 pm


Red Ribbon Week
By Devin Ferrell
This year. Altha School
is "PAWS"itively DRUG
FREE and Red Ribbon
Week is October 26-30.
During this week the staff
and kids will be participat-
ing in different games and
events. The schedule is as
follows:
Monday 10/26- "Put
drugs to sleep"-Wear your
pajamas (must be school
appropriate) middle school
and high school games will
be from 2:10 to 2:40.
'lliesday 10/27- "Double


the fight against drugs"- get
a partner and, dress like
twins; Elementary games
will be from 1:45 to 2:15
Wednesday 10/28- "Lei
off drugs"- dress Hawaiian-
every teacher, staff, and
student will receive a lei on
. Wednesday morning.
Middle and high school stu-
debts will report to the gym
, after 3rd period roll call
aird elementary stildents
report to the gym at 1:00
for a guest speaker.
Thursday 10/29- "Drugs
are ridiculous"-dress crazy,
mix and match, or tacky. .
And Friday 10/30 every-
one will dress in your
class's autumn fest theme.
Autumn feit will be held
at the.Altha softball field
from 6 to 8 pm .
Wednesday's guest
speaker, Gary Permenter,
will also be speaking at
rha youth rallies. The first
rally is Wednesday night
from 6 to 8 at the Altlia
gym. On Thursday, he will
be speaking from 6 to 8 at
the Altha First Baptist
.Church. The last rally will
be on Friday from 9 11
(after Autumn .Fest) at the
Altha Church of God.
Ga y Permenter is a
speaker, miriister, and
friend who desires to help
individuals be who God
intends for them to be so
that, they can do what he
intends for them to do.
Gary's preaching, is warm,


practical, insightful, and
never boring.
Everyone is invited to
come put for the guest
speaker at any of these
events. Red ribbon week is
sponsored by FCA.
Fields of Faith
by Devin Ferrell
. On Wednesday, October
14, Altha School's FCA
sponsored Fields of Faith in
the gym. FCA student.
leaders gave testimonies'
shared God's word, and
challenged their peers to
come closer to Christ.
-
Speakers were: Jeremy
O'Bryan, Devin Ferrell,
Emily Brooks, Carl
Mantecon, Rebekah
Wiltse, Albert Blackburn,
Jeffrey Waldroff and
Cortney Harris. Matthew
Nichols, Altha School
teacher and basketball
coach, shared a devotion
from the Bible and gave an
altar call to end the
evening. The night went*
really well as the kids came
closer to God.


Satsuina Sale
The softball team will be
selling Satsuma's again this
year. They are $20 a box.
They will be delivered
either the week before
Thanksgiving, or the week
after. See Coach Melissa
McGill or any softball play-
er to order.


Conceal arsals will be held
Monday evenings from 6 to
8 p.m., Nov. 2, 9, and 16,
and Saturday, Nov. 21, at
10 a.m. The performance is
set for Sunday, Nov 22, at
2:30 p.m., in the Chipola,
Arts Center.
The program will
include Handel selections
as ivell 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-


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singers to join with the cho-
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RRS])ortation
Board to meet

OH NOvember 2
The Apalachee Regional
Planning Council announces
a public meeting to which
all persons are invited. The
Calhoun County
Transportation
Disad vantage
Coordinating Board will
meet on Monday,
November 2, at 2:00 pm
Central Time, at the
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens Center, 16859 NE
Cayson Street,
Blountstown.
In addition to its regular
business, the agenda will
include the annual coordi_
nator evaluation and the
2010 meeting schedule.
For additional informa-
tion, or if you require spe-
cial accommodations at the
meeting because of a dis-
ability or physical impair-
ment, contact Vanita
Anderson at the Apalachee
Regional Planning Council,
20776 Central Av enue
East, Suite 1, Blountstown,
Florida 32424 at least three
working. days prior to the
meeting date.


p d by Dr. Joshua
According to Joan,
Sta'dskley, 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 viill
be available beginning Oct.
12 for pick-up in the Music
Office in the Fine Arts
Bixilding.
Material also may be
mailed by contacting Joan
Stadskley at
stadsklevj@chipola.edu or
by phone at 850-718-2301.


BES SAC Meeting
B 1 ountsto w n
Elementary Schoql will
hold a School Advisory
Council meeting on
Thursday, October 22;
2009 at 7:30 a.m. in the
conference room. The
agenda will be on the BES
website, www.blountstown
elementary.0rg The pub-
lic is invited to attend.

Fourth Grade Field
Trip
By Braciee Dietz
Fifth Grade Reporter
On October 9, 2009, the
fourth graders from BES
went on a field trip to the
University Agricultural
Center in Quincy.
According to the fourth


grade students and teach-
ers, they all had an amazing
time.
The students learned all
aboixt peanuts, cotton, soy-
beans, squash, corn and
pumpkins. They enjoyed
eating boiled and roasted
peanuts and learned to pop
popcorn over an open fire.
The students got a surprise
of a huge corn maze where
both the students and
teachers had a great time
trying to find their way out.
Before they left, one of
the farmers told the teach-
ers that BES had the best
behaved students! The
kids had a great time and
are overjoyed knowing that
they were the best behaved
students.


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Sunday School 10:15 a.m. Evening Worship...6:00 PM email: chfwbc@aol.com
Wed. Bible Study 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Service...6:00 PM ConseBe 0aracest!


St. Mary Missionary . Blountstown United Niethodist Church

Baptist Church to....sen .....us a...ace.--ac.,,
16345 SE River Street. Blountatown. FL 'lal*-llaily & AlcDestrol.8
DR. C.L. WILBON. PASTOR Wednesday Bible Study..,9:00 AM
850-674-8716 Sunday School...9:45 AM
"We Minister To Needs Without Magntfying Faults"
sunday son..t- essoAm woming worshty xxsooAs Sunday Worship...11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM .
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM Telephone: 674-8254 Emazl: btownumc@yahoo.com

Meaningful Bible Study.........................9:45 AM ,jgg ( AE
Exciting Worship.................................11:00 AM V I1101 L & 9 VF MVaf
Bible Study & Worship.........................6:00 PM 15164 SR 71 South, Blountstown, Fla.
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM SUNDAYS WEDNESDAY
Pastor David Throckmorton Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study 7:00 PM
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20 LARRY WHITE, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kidz Jr. Bible Quiz 7:00 PM
and Main Street in Blountstown PASTOR ,Children's Chairch 11:00 AM
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BERTHA WILSON
WALKER ALLISON
Bertha Wilson Walker
Allison, 92, formerly of
Bristol, Florida, passed
away Wednesday evening'
October
14, 2009,
at Shelby g.
RIdge
Nursing
Home in
Alabaster,
Alabama, '
with her
family at
herside.
She was born February
13, 1918, in Anniston,
ab ma, Itkhe latelBBU

Francis Jones Walker. She
attended high school at
Lyman Ward Academy in
Camp Hill, Alabama, from
1933 to 1937 and graduat-
ed from South Highlands
Infirmary Nursing School
with an L.EN. in 1948. She
attended* Jefferson State
Junibt College and obtained
her Associates in Nursing
R.iv. iri 1972. She also
attended Chipola Junior
College. from 1974-1975
where she studied art and
painting. She excelled at
painting and enjoyed this
hobby well into her late
eightiesat She worke1ddas in

Birmingham from 1949-
1966, and South Highlands
Hospital in Birmingham
from 1966. -1973. She
moved from Alabama to
Bristol in 1973 and was a
dedicated registered nurse
at Calhoun General
Hospital from 1973- 1980.
She loved Lake Mystic and
the people and commum-
ties of Calhoun and Libedy
Counties and. had many
good and loyal friends.
Bertha was a fabulous

.coo aes nt anist a a
tent nurse. She had a strong
appreciation of good liteia-
ture, food, music, dance, art
and nature. She had a won-
derfb1 sense of hunior and

an edd e t al d
without judgment and lived.
her life to theAidlest, She
was an excellent example of
the golden rule and was
blessed with many friends
of all ages and from all
walks of life.
She was preceded. m
death by a son, Delton
King, of Birmingham,
Alabama and a brother.
Waverly "Sam" Walker, of
Bynum, Alabama,
She is survived by two
daughters, Sandra A.
Walters of Birnfixigham,
Alabama, and Nina B.
Allisqn of Atlanta, Georgia,
and Bristol; sisters, Georgia
Belle Tucker and Mary
Joan Parker, of Cullman,
Alabama; brothers, Robert
1 reston Walker of
Alabaster, Alabama, and
William L. Lewis of Grant's
Pass, Oregpn; five grand-
children; 11 great-grand-
children; six nephews and
11 nieces. She was the best
daughter, mother, grand-
mother, great-grandmother,
sister, aunt, cousin, and
.fri.end one could ever ask
for and was admired by all.
She is truly unforgettable.
There will be a memori-
al service 2:00 p.m.,
Saturday, October 24, at
the Bristol Christian
Church with Reverend Les
Brown officiating.
Adams Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrange-

mxemts (ph. 643-5410 or
www.edamsfh.com).


MERLE JOYCE
(HANNA). PIPPEN
Meri
Mrs. e Joyce
(Hanna) Pippen, 76, of
Altha, FL, passed away
Saturday night, October
17, 2009, in Blountstown.
Joyce was born on
September 24, 1933, in
Jackson County and had
lived in Calhoun County for
most of her life. She was a
retired school teacher,
teaching in Calhoun


County Schools for 34
years. Mrs. Pippen tvas a
1951 graduate of Altha
High Sahool and a 1955
graduate of Florida State

Univeees eu aaibacheSo
was a member of the
CCREA and a member of
the Altha First Baptist
Church in Altha.
Joyce was preceded in
death by a sister, Alda Mae


& int


appy uj Hallel ah
FOSt at 1st Baptist
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 at part of
our growing youth and chil-
dren's ministries.during this
evemng of fun, food, old-
fashioned games and
prizeg*
This event is free of
charge as we gladly wel-
come our community to be

atp rof what G d is o g
churches will be welcomed
to partner with us. Call the
church office at 674-5923
for more information.

"'Trunks, treasures
8s treats" Oct. 31
Once again,
Blountstown First
Pentecostal Holiness
Church is presenting an
alternative to trick or treat-
ing. Come and bring your
children and let them check
out the trunks, learn about
t treasures in God's word

The festivities will be .
located in. Golden
Pharmacy's parking lot on
Saturday, Oct. 31, with
activities beginning at 4:30
p.m. and ending at 6:30
, p.m.

St. Mary to host
Hallelmall Carnival
St Mary Missionary
Baptist Church's Sunday
School invites you to cele-
brate their AnnLial
Ha luja 31, Carniva on


a.m.huntil 1-00 p.m.tons of
. Christian filled activities as
\tell as food and prizes
designed to counteract the
spirit of Halloween.
.The church is locked at
16345 SE River St.,
Blountstown. For more
information contact Pastor
Dr. C.L. Wilson at 643-
4107. Everyone is invited
t.o attend. Let's enjoy the
goodness of the Lord. -

HOIROCOIlling Set at

Sunny HM PHC
Sunny Hill Pentecostal
Holiness Church pf Alth*
will be .celebrating their
annual Homecoming
October 24th 25th. On
Saturday, there will be a
community outdoor cook-
out with gospel singing..
Featured group will be the
CoVenant Quartet Local


local group comprised of Al
Webb, Wretha Webb, Joan
Alderman, Amy Alderman,
Sharlyn Marie Smith, and
Ruth Hagy.
Thewhomecomingmes-
sage, following the singing,
will be given by Gary
Siephens at 11:00. After
the morning service, we
will fellowship over a meal
in the fellowship hall.
For information, call
Pastor Dewayne Tolbert at
674-8022. Victory Hill is
located offHighway 71 on
Ashley Shiver Road. .

Abe Springs PHC tO
honor pastor, wife
Pastor Appreciation
Day for Rev. Michael
Morris and his wife,
Tabatha, will be held at
Abe Springs Pentecostal
Holiness Church on
Sunday, Oct. 25. The serv'
ice starts at 11 a.m. with
Evangelist Samuel Kent.
Lunch on the church
grounds will follow.
The church is located at
12579 SE CR 275 in
Blountstown. If you have
any questions, call 762-
2146. .

GrRRR BrOthers tO

. perfOrlR in BrIStOl
The Gann Brothers will
be in concert at Lake
Mystic Baptist Church or/
Sunday night, October 25.
The concert will begin at 6
PM (EST).
Everyone is invited to
attend.and share in a time
of worship and praise. A
love offering will e
received to support their
ministry.
The Gann Brother?
have been, singing gospel

meunicGfor 126r t err c


sists of founding member
Phil Gann, along with Kyle '"
Peddie and Craig Pippin.
They are actively irivolved
in music evangelism. The 4
goal of the group is to
encourage believers, reach
out to the lost, and chal-
lenge the body of Christ to
repentance. They have had
the privilege of singing on
the main stage of the
National Quartet
Convention, singing at
Dollywood's Gospel
Celebration and singing at
hundreds of. churches and
venues around the country.
The Gann Brothers have

beenrahe Ceocipient of the
Gospel Music Association
"Group of the Year" award,
and have been nominated
for a Dove Award.
For additional informa-
tiorf,.call the church office
at (850)643-2351.

Trunk 'N Treat at
Methodist Church
Blountstown United
Methodist Church will host
their annual 'll-unk 'n 'IYeat
on Sunday, October 25.
Everyone is invited to join
us at 5 pm CST for an
enin of food, games, and

After a light meal, the
children will participate in
a variety of games while
the adults decorate their
vehicles for the main event.
The activity will move to
the parking lot where the
children will proceed to
visit each trunk for a treat.
Great photo op for parents
and grandparents, as kids
are welcome to wear their
coskxmes.
Make plans to attend
oixr Trunk 'n Treat on
. October 25, at 5 pm.


and join in. An invitation is
extended to area churches
to come and sing also.
Bring your lawn chairs!
See you all Satuiday!!
Sunday, October 25,
morning service will begin
at 10:00 a.m. with former
pastor, Rev. Rudolph
Barnhill speaking. All are
invited to come and wor-
ship with us.

Old fashioned tent

YOViValunde
An old fashioned tent
r ival9,pe an ony eon tay,

p.m. nightly. The \revival
will be at the old Billy Carr
lot on State Road 71 South
in Blountstown under the
big yellow arid white tent.
Come expecting and
believing for God to move,
heal and meet needs. For
more information, please
contact Bro. Samuel Kent
at 850-832-0478.

Synergy Youth tO
Open bistro Sunday
Youth Ministr
ynergy
offers specialty lunches the
fourth Sunday of each

thsy ery trr .
meinu includes soups, sal-
ads, sandwiches, quiche,
desserts and beverages
each month. As a service
project, the Synergy Youth
dehvers the leftover food to
families in the community.
K you know someone who
could benefit from this

g cSe Ire gmai '
The bistro will be serv-.
ing lunch from 12:00pm-
1:30pm on Sunday,
October 25th at the Grace

hiMetho itH urrc

ki open to thesi aub 3
October's menu will consist
bf an assorted, taco bar
(beef & chicken), chicken
fajita soup, white chili, gar-
den salad, layered Mexican
salad, fajitas, quiche
(Chef's choice. and assort-
ed desserts and beverages.
The cost for food items $5
for children and $7 for
adults. All ineale include
dessert and drink.
We hope you are able to
join us on October 25th at
the {synergy bistro}. It is
sure to be a tasteful delight!
Vict HM PHC
Ory
plaBS homecoming
Come and celebrate
homecoming with us at
Victory Hill Pentecostal
Church on Sunday, October
25. We'll start the morning
off at 10 A.M. with special


Tirn Adams
comm=
There is a quote by Thomas
Lynch,"It's as normal as the
commoncold.Peoplewholove
grieve.Thereateno
exceptions." Grief may be .
normal, yet saying it is normal
do s not nimize its difficulty.

d 'It c
What emotions we will
experienceorhow long we will
grieve.Toexperiencegriefisto
acknowledge that you have
loved someone, and now that
rsonha gone.ilfyouhadn't
risked the emotional
attachmentyouwouldn'tber
feeling the loss.It is ahigh
.compliment to any relationship
that we miss it enough to shed a
tear. Tears are not a sign of
e is eajI tion of
was, and TIow that it is gone, wis
miss it.
We hope you find comfort in
your cherished memories...and
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Hansford, and a brother,
Ira Burrel Hanna.
Survivors inchxde one
son, Jon Howard Pippen, of
Wewahitchka; three broth-
ers, Enoch Hanna of Altha;
Carroll Hanna of Altha,
Terrell Hanna of
lah see t Hoal ste

Altha, Myrtle Elizabeth
Howell pf Americus,. GA;
grandson, Jon Charles
Pippen, of Blountstown;
and a granddaughter,
f
vanM hka Pippen, o
ewa .
Funeral. servicePwere
held '11xesday October 20,
at 11:00 a.m. (CT) at the
Altha First Baptist Church
with Rev. Jim McIntosh
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed id, the Mt. Olive
Cenietery in Altha.
All arrangements were
under the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
.Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 850-674-
2266).


OPAL ANN ROGERS
Mrs. Opal Ann Rogers,
65, of Bristol, passed away
Monday, Oct. 12, 2009, at
her home in Bristol.
Opal was born on April
27, 1944, in Jacks6n
County and listed in Brisfol
for most of her life. She was
a member of the
Pentecostal Holiness faith
and was a retired beauti-
cian. She also worked with
the Liberty County
Intermediatti Care II'acility.
Opal was preceded in
death by her son, Louis
-
Rogers, and two great
grandchildren.
Survivors include five
sons, Durwood Cline, oi
Bristol, Larry Rogers and
his wife, Jeanie, of Bristol
Wayne Rogers, of Bristol
Bobby Rogers and his wife
Jayde, of Homosassa, and
Edward Rogers and his
ife Derbb e eBSistol; one

her husband, Raymond, 01
Bristol; four sisters, Janel
Knight and her husband
Billy Joe, of Greensboro
L Smith
aura an er us-
band, Tommy, of Quincy
Annette Miles and her huS.
band, Buddy, of heads.
and Jean Burdick and her
husband, Allen, 01
Greensboro; her aunt
.
Mary Alice Taylor, ang hus
band, Pete, of Naples; 12
grandchildren and 15 great
.
dchildr
gaA funer service was
held Thursday, October 15
at 11 a.m. EDT at the
Bristol Pentecosta
Holiness Church with Rev
Coy Collins officiating
Interment followed iri the
Meacham Cemetery ir

All arrangements were
under the direction 0.
Marlon Peavy of PeaE
Funeral Home ir


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Happy Anniversary, .
Emory & Lisa Godwin! **
Emory and Lisa Godwin : .44. :
celebrated their 30th wed-
ding amilversary on Oct. 19.
They enjoy tending to their
yard, coping, hunting, fish-
ing, being oufon their house-
boat, and being active in
their church.
Their children are Kevin
and Brandi Duren of
Calloway, who are expecting,
and SSG Thomas and Kelli
Sourbeck of Fort Hood,
Texas, and grandsons, Bryce
and Brayden'


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Volunteers receive a quar-
terly newsletter and are
recognized annually. for
their service to the commu-
nity.
According to Maranda
Hartman, RSVP Volunteer
Coordinator for Calhoun
County, "There are a lot of
things people can do to help
the hospital...and many
other options including spe-
cial events, work with stu-
dents, seniors, and the
community at large."
To learn more about the
potential of volunteering at


the Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital please call
Maranda at 850-674-2777,
or 850-643-7096. Email:
rsvpvcoordmator@yahoo.c
om

A SPECIAL THANKS
Elder Care Services and
The Retired and Senior
Volunteer Program would
like to send out a special
thanks to all of our current
volunteers for all their tiine
and hard work. Our com-
munity is a. better place
with you in it.


Ca 1h oun Liberty
Hospital is in the midst of
an amazing turnaround;
from near closure, to now a
thriving, viable, high-quali-
ty hospital with a bright
future.
The hospital proudly
provides the citizens of
Calhoun and Liberty coun-
ties courteous and compas-
sionate health care in a sig-
nificantlyimproved facility,
through the purchase of
new state-of-the-art med-
ical equipment. Radiology
and laboratory services are
also provided, which allows
all lab work to be .per-
formed on-site.
Furthermore, most of the
inpatient roonis have been
"adopted" and renovated
by local families, clubs,
businesses, and organiza-
tions. The ER has 1peen
expanded, and even the
grounds and entrances to
the hospital have been
enhanced.
Ron Gilliard, Hospital .
Administrator, encourages
all citizens to check out
their hospital when consid-
ering any future health care
needs.
< RSVP has partnered
with Calhoun-Liberty
Hospital to help identify
volunteers that can supple-
ment existing services in
various departments.
Volunteers are needed for a
wide variety of assignments
and-schedules are flexible.
Volunteering provides a
two-fold benefit---it helps
the giver and the receiver.
RSVP is federally fund-
ed through the Corporatiozi
for National ands
Community Service and
sponsored locally by Elder
(bre Services, a United
Way Agency. The main
goal of RSVP is aimed at
utilizing the skills and life
experiences of seniors 55
and over to address com-
munity needs. Thepe are
many benefits that come
with volunteering. As a
member of RSVI you whl
receive FREE excess auto-
mobile liability insurance to
cover you to and from your
placement of volunteering,
and personal;1iability cover-
age while you are ori site.


iiirm


To the Editor:
In response to Mr.
Coleman's letter in last
week's issue...
At Georgia-Pacific we
recently had some quality
issues. Our management
came up with a whole list of
changes to ensure quality
product. The easy thing to
do would be to find reasons
why these changes wouldn't
work. We could easily
spend a lifetime pointing
out why policies at work or


that it's meant for good and
teaming with our bosses
and teachers and leaders to
achieve that ultimate goal:
great product or great stu-
dents or great democracy.
We all have legitimate
reasons to be critical and
offended. Churches are
filled with people who've
left previous churches
because they were offended
or hurt. What is not very
common are thope who stay
at their less-than-perfect


We need more uncommon
people.
Mr. Coleman has a right
to be concerned, and yet,
knowing both the new prin-
cipal and assistant principal
at Altha School, I don't
think he needs to be con-
cerned. These are two
tremendous, charactered
individuals who are both
capable educators and
excellent parents. Altha
School is in good hands.

Marshall Masai
Lab Technician,
Georgia-Pacific, LLD
Children's Director,
First Baptist Blountstown


policies at school or even church, or support their
policies of our nation less-than-perfect school, or
ivouldn't work. That's the follow their lbss-than-per-
easy part. The difficult part fect bosses, or love their
is jumping in and believing less-than-perfect preacher.


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CUSTOMER ,


JO0. L. BGZZ91
Dec. 1, 1926 Oct. 19, 2007
Remember me when I am gone away,
Gone for away into the silent land,
When you can no longer hold me by the hand,
Nor I half turrr to go, yet turn to stay...
Yet ifyou should forget me for.awhile
And afterwards remember, do not grieve.
For if the-darkness and corruption leave.
A.Mestiga ofsthedhoughts that I onge had'
Better by for that you should forget and trnile
Than you should remember and be sad.
I love you and miss you, Bert


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Mrs. Ruby Davis shares
this story of this enormous
bean and asks our readers'
help in identifying- it.
This bean was given to
me during the summer
planting season. My cousin
told me that a man gave it
to him. He said that it was
a magic bean. The bean
seed that was given was
black in color and was
about an inch long. I didn't
have any idea of what to
expect from that one little
bean seed.
At first, it was just a vine
looking thing. I thought it
would be like a string bean
plant. Since it was just one
plant, I just tied it to a pole.
The bean outgrew the pole.
I tied it to the same pole
again sending it back to the
top of the same pole. Then


by the end of the summer,
one bean appeared. This
bean grey to be 11 and a
half inches long and three
inches wide.
Then another bean
showed up and it grew to be
eight inches long and three
inches wide. Now, during
this fall season, there are
many beans on this vine
looking stalk. I began to
think that this must be the
season that it reaches its
reproductive time. There.
are lots of blooms and
many beans. *
If anyone knows any-
thing about this plant,
please contact me, Ruby T.
Davis, at 850-674-8668. I
am interested in whether it
is edible or if it is poison or
if it can be used for any rea-
son.


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coming to
Residents. living in and
around the Blountstown
community can be
screened to reduce their
risk of having a stroke or
bone fracture. The First
Baptist Church of
Blountstown will host Life
Line Screening on
November 3rd. The site is
located at 17091 Main
Street South. Appoint-
ments will begin at 9 a.m.
Four key points every
person needs to know:
1. Stroke is the third
leading cause of death and
a leading cause of perma-
nent disability
2. 80% of stroke vic-
tims had no apparent warn-
.
ing signs prior to their
stroke .
3. Preventive tiltra-
sound screenings can help
you avoid a stroke
4. Screenings are
fast, noninvasive, painless,
affordable and convenient
Screenings identify
potential cardiovascular
conditions such as blocked
arteries.abd irregular lieart
rhythm, abdominal aortic
aneurysn\s, and hardening
of the arteries in the legs'
which is a strong predictor


For more information
regarding the screenings or
to schedule an appoint-
ment, call 1-877-237-1287
or visit our website at
www.1ifelinescreening.com.
Pre-registration is
required.


of heart disease. A bone
density screening to assess
osteoporosis risk is also
offered and is appropriate
for both men and women.
Packages start at $139.
All five screenings take 60-
90 minutes to complete.


required to serve a copy of your written
d nsesf ra a ti ,onw a ci dM. Na
2701 S. Bayshore Drive, Sulte 303, Miami,
Florida 33133 and file the original with 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 ATTAVVAY,
Clerk of Court

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Leg al Notice
IN THE COUNTY COURT 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 (ACTION) PUBLICAnON
TO: ALl KHAN HASHMAT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Institution of
this action by plaintiff against you seekmg
to foreclose a construction lion on the tol-
II property in Calhoun County,
LOT 13 AND 14, BLOCK 2, LAKE CEN
TER PARKSUBDMSION, LYING, AND
in su
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The Blountstowri Police Department is accepting
a 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
equivalent, of good moral character, not have been
convicted oi any felony or misdemeanor involving
perjury or false statement and certified by the Florida
Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

Applications may be picked up at the Blountstown
Police Department located at 16908 NE Pear Street.
The deadline for a()plying is October 23, 2009. We
are an Equal Opportunity Employet -and a drug free
workplace,
Oct. 14, 21, 2009


Calhoun County School Board

JOB OPPORTUNITY
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting -
applications for the following position:
. Educational Paraprofessional for the ESE Program
Blountstown High School

terms of Emplo yment: 180 Days
Salary: Range: Commehsurate with Current Salary

S nt Qualifications: Must meet all Distriot, State,
and Federal Requirements or Highly Qualified
Paraprofessional.
Apply online at http://www.calhounflschools.org.
Applications must be completed by October 23, 2009.
A copy of the job duties pertaining to this position is
available at Blountstown High School or the School
Board Office.
,* Questions concerning this jobiopening may be
directed to Mr. Tommy McClellan, Superintendent, or
Mr. Duane Barber, Pnncipal.
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Trailer for rent in Altha. Well
maintained, family oriented
park. Call 762-9555.

FOR SALE
GE frost free, side by side
refrigerator freezer w/ice and
water thru the door, $450.00;
dining room set, table and 4
chairs, $950; solid wood comer
entertainment unit with glass
door on bottom, $250.00;
microwave, $30.00; telescope,
$50.00. Call 237-2467, 899-
1091 or 674-2969.
Harley Davidson king 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.
Happy Jack Liquivic@:
Recognized safe & effective
against hook & roundworms by
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Medicine. ALTHA FARMERS
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40 hp Mariner motor with con-
trols and stainless steel prop,
runs good. $1,000 OBO. Call
447-0357.

Lighted entertainment center,
approx ate% 4'H x 5'W dLi ht
HD TV Asking $500. Call 850-
557-5864.

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little gray. Call 227-8718.
LOST Lost near Finscher
Road, a very small white Shih
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really miss her. Call 762-2705 if
you find her.


CARS &
TRUCKS
1996 Ford Aerostar Minivan.
Holds 7 easily. Great running
condition. $1,500.00firm. Call
674-5185 during the day and
674-8071 in the evening.
1993 Ford F-150, 2 WD, 5
speed, 300 V-6 motor, runs
good, body looks good. $2,250
or best offer. Call 643-2181
after 5:00 ET.
1996 Chevrolet pickup,
extended cab, short bed, 5 liter,
automatic, looks and runs good,
A/C compressor leaks, $2,700.
Call 447-0357.
2000 Alero, windows and A/C
do not work, $1,500 OBO. Call
674-1218 or 363-5822.

FOR RENT .
Mobile home, 1 & 2 bedroorn
on John F. Bailey Road, SR 20
W, Blountstown. $85 to. $145
weekly. Deposit required. All
utilities included. NO PETS.
Also RV for rent. Call 674-
7616.
Two bedroom, two bath mobile
home for rent. Located six
miles north of Blountstown on
Hwy. 69 north. Water, sewer,
and grass mowing provided.
Deposit required. No pets..Call
674-8888.
RV trailers $75 $80 week,
most utilities furnished; 2 idr.
trailers when available. Call
674-4Q11.

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Blountstown. 4 bedroom, 2
tiath. Air/heat unit, fresh paint,
new flooring in kitchen, baths &
bathroom cabinets, front porch,
& new well pump. $625 rent +
$625 Security (1250 move in),
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Dearoom 2 bath house with
large latonen. $600 rent/ $600
deposit. Call 850-643-1594.


YARD SALE
Multi family yard sale
Saturday, 8 a.m. in Kinard at the
intersection of Hwy,73 and 392.
Large variety of items.
Multi family yard sale
Saturday at 23395 NW Black
Bottom Road, Altha, 8:00 a.m.
uhtil 12 noon, rain or shine.
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WillialRS, Goodman win overall in Goat Day poster contest
Blountstown Rotary Club members recently provided posters and colored pens to all third through eighth graders in
Calhoun County to compete in the Goat Day poster contest. As announced in last week's edition, elementary and middle
school first through third place wiriners were cliosen at each school. During the Goat Day festival Saturday, the overall
winners were announced. The elementary division winner was Brock Williams of Blountstown Elementary and the middle
school division winrfer was Chessa Goodman of BMS. They are shown above receiving their trophies from Rotarians.




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