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South Walton defeats
Holmes County
Find out how other local sports
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Wednesday, November 5, 2008


In The News
New manufacturing
jobs announced
BONIFAY
Officials in Holmes
County formally announced
this week the location and
startup of GreenCore Earth
Products Inc., a multi-faceted
manufacturer of housing
systems. The company is
expected to eventually create
95 new manufacturing jobs
and is locating in the Holmes
Manufacturing building on
St. Johns Road, adjacent to
Interstate 10 in Bonifay.
GreenCore Earth Products
will manufacture housing
and housing systems
and concentrate on the
development of energy
efficient construction.
Products will include energy-
efficient modular housing
and structural insulated panel
(SIPS) systems. Though the
company will serve domestic
markets, a key target for
GreenCore products will be
export customers. Company
spokesman Dan Frazier
indicates that the majority of
current orders are scheduled
for offshore markets.
During a recent local
community breakfast
meeting, Dan Frazier, vice
president of GreenCore,
publicly thanked local
leadership, specifically the
Holmes County Board of
County Commissioners,
for their help with site
preparation and access to
the property. The Holmes
County Development
Commission requested
project assistance from the
Holmes County Commission.
"Chairman Raymon
Thomas and commissioners
Phillip Music and Jim King
have been particularly helpful
and supportive" Frazier said.
Thomas cited the
cooperation among the
county development
commission, the city of
Bonifay, the board of county
commissioners and the local
electric cooperative as key to
making the project a reality.
"Ninety-five new
manufacturing jobs are an
incredible blessing during
these worried economic
times," he said.
"West Florida Electric
Cooperative manager Bill
Rimes was responsible
for the project referral and
promotion of Holmes County
as the preferred location,"
said Jim Brook, development
commission executive
director.
"We expect that GreenCore
could have an annual
economic infusion of $3.5
million to $10 million in new
money to our local economy"
said Holmes County
Development Commission
Chairman, Gary Deal.

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BONIFAY
It was a night of change as Holmes County
chose a new sheriff, a new school superintendent,
and replaced the chairman of the Board of County
Commissioners.
Republican Tun Brown reversed the results four
Steve years ago as he blunted Dennis Lee's bid for a fourth
Meadows term. Brown won 4,398 to 4,188 for the incumbent.
,095 votes "It was a good campaign and a clean campaign,"
Lee said. Lee is also the former police chief of Boni-
lenn fay. Brown is a former Holmes County deputy who
,306 votes is employed by the Department of Corrections.
306 votes "We're going to work hard," Brown said. "I'm
going to be a sheriff for everyone in the county.
There will be changes and we will work hard on
everything."
Sheriff Republican Gary Galloway beat Democratic
incumbent Steve Griffin 4,697 to 3,744. The chal-
lenger won six of eight precincts and led in absentee
votes by over 300. The school district has been sub-
ject to considerable controversy following successful
legal action in the Hillman gay rights case, as well as
the transfer of Ponce de Leon Principal David Da-
vis back to the classroom after that case.
"I want to thank then people of Holmes County
and now let's work to have a better school system,"
Galloway said. Managing finances would be major
Tim focus under his administration.
Brown "Money will dictate so many other variables," he


1,398 votes


Dennis
Lee
4,188 votes


County County County
Commission, Commission, Commission, Superintendent
District I District 3 District 5 o schools
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Jim Phillip
King Music
4,271 votes 4,800 votes


J. Wesley
Adams
4,060 votes


Jerry
Cooley
3,597 votes


Ron Gary L.
Monk Jr. Galloway
4,431 votes 4,697 votes


Raymon
Thomas
3,873 votes


Steve
Griffin
3,744 votes


said.
Republican incumbent and BOCC Chair-
man Raymon Thomas was defeated by Democrat
Ron Monk 4,431 to 3,873. Monk won six of eight
precincts.
"I did not do it by myself," Monk said. "I had a
lot of great help. Now the real work begins."
Thomas was strongly involved in efforts to bring
economic development to the county and was a
regular visitor to Tallahassee on behalf of Holmes
County and other small counties.
Incumbent Democratic Tax Collector Harry Bell
defeated Republican Kathryn Rich, one his two op-
ponents four years ago when he won his first term.
Bell said he prides his office on courteous service,
and he was heavily involved in keeping the driver's
license office in Holmes County.
The presidential primary went all John McCain
despite the Republican's problems elsewhere in the
state. McCain took 7,023 votes to Democrat Barack
Obama's 1,143.
Amendment 2 enjoyed strong support in Holm-
es County with a yes vote of 7,429 to 880 no, a more
than 85 percent plurality.
The county had one of its best turnouts in years,
with over 75 percent of registered voters casting
ballots.


Bonifay plans to turn over some rec property


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY
The City of Bonifay plans to
turn over some of the recreational
complex to the Holmes County
Board of County Commissioners.
The county then could transfer the
facilities to the Bonifay Kiwanis
Club. The action was discussed at
the regular BOCC meeting Tues-
day night.
Bonifay City Councilman
Richard Woodham said the city
plans to survey the property and


under threat of legal action by the
American Civil Liberties Union.
The rec complex property was
deeded from the Kiwanis to the
county and eventually to the city.
The property could be deeded
back, and that appears to be the
course of action.
"We will look at the facilities
and what it would take to get them
in operating condition," BOCC
Chairman Raymon Thomas said,
to explore every option.
The issue will be discussed
again at the Nov. 10 BOCC meet-
ing. Read more council news at
www.bonifaynow.com.


separate the recreation building,
the swimming pool and the rac-
quetball court from the ball fields.
The city would keep control of the
ball fields and turn the rest over to
the county. The county then could
transfer the rec building and the


other two facilities over to the
Kiwanis.
The ball fields have been the
only part of the rec complex in
operation since the First Baptist
Church stopped running a recre-
ation program about two years ago


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'We will look at the facilities and
what it would take to get them in
operating condition.'
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Driver

injured

in 2-car

accident
Henry Richards, 51, of
Weekiwachee was seriously
injured Monday afternoon in
a two-car accident on the In-
terstate 10 in Walton County.
His passenger, Nancy Rich-
ards of the same address, was
critically injured.
Richards was driving a
2007 Ibyota pickup west-
bound in the inside lane on I-
10. the second vehicle, a 1998
Chevy van driven by Carl
Blakey of Fort Walton Beach,
also was westbound but in the
outside lane. According to a
witness, the Toyota's left side
tires went off the pavement
on the left side of the inside
lane. The driver turned the
vehicle to the right and over-
corrected, and the front right
of the Toyota collided with
the left rear of Blakey's van,
which was occupying the in-
side westbound lane.
The van came to rest in the
right-hand emergency lane of
the westbound side of the in-
terstate, said crash investiga-
tor lHooper Chris Fordham.
"However, vehicle two was
moved prior to any measure-
ments, so its distance from the
point of impact is not known,"
Fordham said.
Richards' pickup contin-
ued to travel westbound, went
off the north side of the west-
bound lanes and came to rest
approximately 1,784 feet west
of the point of impact.
Henry Richards was taken
to DeFuniak Springs Hos-
pital, while Nancy Richards
was flown to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola by Life
Flight.
Richards was cited for
careless driving.
All three were wearing
seat belts. Blakey received
only minor injuries and was
not hospitalized.


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Early Learning
Coalition to meet
Early Learning Coalition
will hold a board meeting at
11 a-m. Wednesday, Nov. 5,
at the Workforce Center in
Panama City. The tentative
agenda includes several de-
partmental reports.
For more information,
call (850) 747-5400, ext. 100,
or visit www.elcofnwflorida.
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CHS Class of 1983
reunion this weekend
CHS Class of 1983 will
hold its 25-year class reunion
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 7-
8,. For details ,contact Henry
Stone at (850) 638-0673 or
hstone@panhandle.rr.com.

K-9 investigation
catches contraband
An ongoing investigation
led to an arrest last weekend
of an Orlando woman for
possession of controlled pre-
scription drugs.
An inspector with the
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rections for the Holmes Cor-
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from monitored telephone
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facility.
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a search revealed a small
plastic baggy containing 40
Xanax pills.
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lemette, 22, of Orlando, was


placed under arrest for pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription
and transported to the Hol-
mes County Jail. Because of
the quantity of pills found,
the charge could be upgrad-
ed to trafficking.


Holmes family meets McCain


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Ryan Begue and daughter Han-
nah had the privilege last week
of meeting John McCain and his
wife, Cindy, while on a mission
trip in New Hampshire. While
witnessing on a small college
campus in the city of Manches-
ter, they were able to break away
and show their support for Mc-
Cain, who was campaigning in
the area.
"We are a strong pro-life fam-
ily and are committed to voting
on values," Ryan Begue said.
Senator McCain autographed
a picture of himself and former
President Ronald Reagan for
Hannah. Hannah said she liked
John McCain and her country,
but "Jesus is first to her."


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Opinion


Wednesday, November 5,2008


LOCAL VIEWS


Rec center


relocation


brings on


discussion

A recent article discussed
tnsferring the building, pool and
racquetball court at the Bonifay
Recreation Center from the City
of Bonifay to Holmes County and
probably eventually to the Bonifay
Kiwanis Club. Several comments have
been received on this issue, and here is
a sample. The article is online at www.
bonifaynow.com. Just scroll down to
comment

Like we need the ACLU to be
involved in something that pertains
to Holmes County again. This place
has always been a problem. I served
on the board back in the early 90's.
It was a nightmare then and worse
due to the economy. You may not
agree but when the church had it
was when it was at its best. They
put their money in and made some
improvements. Some things were
taken to far but early on things were
very smooth. Your comment about
most of the Kiwanis members being
a member of FBC maybe true but
who cares. You just have something
against the church as a whole are you
wouldn't be using the ACLU.
why

The grant cannot be split between
city and county. The grant is for the
pool as well as the fields so there
fore giving the pool to the county
would split the grant funds if that
could be done but I think not. It
probably doesn't matter anyways the
grant money will never be used by
councilmen for what it is supposed
to be like lights not a skateboard
park for instance. The skateboard
park better not be at Middlebrooks
because that is being built by rec
center grant funds. Cannot be
DONE.


This info has ALREAL
forwarded to the ACLU. I
and their restrictions folio
property to the county. Ar
to transfer the property to
Kiwanis Club will be fought
all resources available. 1. 1


wondering

DY been
The grants
w the
ly effort
the
ht with
Most of


The Bonifay Recreation Center is in the news once again.


the board members at Kiwanis are
also members of FBC and will then
transfer the property to the church.
2 Bonifay Kiwanis club gets an office
free of charge from the city. Strange.
MORE TO COME.

My question is when will the
lights be fixed that the city already
has grant money for? When will
ANY of the money be used for the
rec center, we continue to fix and
add to Middlebrooks but never fix
up a place that a major majority of
Holmes Co goes to as well as other
cities that come to play ball IT IS
EMBARRASSING!
concerned

Wondering when the city plans


to use the grant money fo
recreation center. It need
overall and I know that th
gave the rec center back I
city never helped with ma
as agreed nor did they ev
w reimburse them for thing
that could have been rein
from grant money such as
new swings for the park. A
building was used for a ba
program by the HCRA bh
building was left in bad sl
the church. My child play
for them and I seen the p
my own two eyes. Why di
church take better care o
place? Why doesn't the c
I care more about a place t
benefit our youth?


This story did


not stay in


Vegas

Driving the streets of Las Vegas is a man from Nairobi,
Kenya. His vehicle is a Ford Explorer; he is employed as a
cab driver. I do not know his name.
'-": ~ And he started it
My dad had to attend a conference in Las Vegas and
invited my wife and me to join him. During that weekend,
we ate at some great restaurants and saw two shows:
Spamalot with John O'Hurley and Cirque
du Soleil.
Then it was time to head home. The
valet hailed a cab for us. And that's how
we met the man from Nairobi, Kenya.
The man had a huge smile with a
few teeth missing. A cloud of white hair
circled his domed head. He was, perhaps,
One Word just over five-and-a-half-feet tall. He
Andrew Hollner was neither lean nor fat. He had a heavy
accent. He appeared to be an average
man.
Two minutes into the ride to the airport, the man from
Kenya asked for our story.
"How was your stay? Was this trip business or vacation?"
My dad explained the situation: I came for business, and
they came for vacation. How about you, are you from here
originally?
Four years ago, the man's wife won her visa in the
government lottery. They began making plans to move with
their son and daughter to the United States. The decision
to move to Las Vegas came from learning that there were
friends and jobs available in Nevada.
At the time the man's wife won her visa, their daughter
was 20. Just weeks before the passports were finally
processed, the daughter turned 21 and lost the opportunity
to travel with the family.
Since they have been here, a lawyer swindled them out of
$300 with the promise that a letter to the Embassy in Kenya
would allow the daughter to move to the United States.
FHe photo They were told by immigration that after a wait of three
years, the appropriate waiting period and paperwork would
be complete. Those three years have passed, and still, the
daughter is stuck in Kenya.
:r the That's where the story stopped. I feel for the man.
Is a major He told us his story with the tone of a man endlessly
he HCRA defeated but not able to give up the fight. He suspects the
because the congressional focus on illegal immigration is part of what is
maintenance keeping his daughter out of the country.
er They moved to America, he said, because there is more
s bought opportunity here. In Nairobi, the United States is still The
nbursed Land of the Free and a place for any man to find success.
s the But he has met with roadblocks and obstacles. Their
And the only bright light is that they are right on track to become
basketball naturalized citizens.
ut the So why this story? Why should you know it?
shape from In a year, thousands of people will ride in that Ford
ed b-ball Explorer and never hear his story. The story will always
lace with exist But like any book, the story needs to be opened. That
dn't the time, we only needed to ask, "How about you?" to hear the
f that intricate details.
ity council Any story can be told if there is only someone to listen,
that would
Andrew Hollinger is a freelance writerfrom McAUen, Texas,
Wondering E-mail him at AndrewHollinger@aoLeom


Selling the rope


Lenin or was it Marx or
Stalin is said to have observed
that "The Capitalists will sell us
the rope with which we will hang
them." (Attribution is mixed!)
What this means is that people
who are in business aren't
political philosophers or
economists but have an Or
obligation to make their
firms prosper. Because of
this, they tend to overlook
certain possibly dire
consequences of their
professional conduct. Opii
Business isn't the T br
only profession with this
tendency. Doctors don't look into
the backgrounds of their patients,
nor do teachers of their students.
Indeed, most professionals offer
their services without looking into
the motivation of those with whom
they are trading. And nearly all
of us do this when we trade. We
go to the mall and purchase stuff
from people and companies we
barely know. Who knows what
are the politics of one's barber,
butcher or baker? Very few of us.


And at times this can be a serious
oversight We could be supporting
terrorists or criminals!
On the other hand, taking great
care about the beliefs of those
with whom we do business also


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can amount to a mistake.
Suppose you are Jewish, and
after the fall of the Third
Reich, you decided never to
purchase a German-made
automobile, figuring many
who would profit from the
deal were complicit in the
Holocaust Well, many
were not, as welL The


market place is just that,
a place where deals are made
and very little else occurs except
accidentally or unintentionally.
Every deal benefits both sides, or
so each side believes, and that's
all that is promised, no more.
Because of that, no one can
complain unless something really
big is at stake that lies hidden
behind the deal.
In a small measure, it is
possible to witness this all
around us. Television and movie


production firms bank roll projects
that present business executives
as shysters. Just think of Wall
Street or Erin Brockovich. Think
of Michael Moore's ventures. A
very ironic instance of this is the
many volumes published by book
companies supporting the idea of
corporate social responsibility or
stakeholder theory or corporate
management, an idea that actually
undermines capitalism.
The managers of these
companies, you see, have the
obligation to work for their
owners, investors, shareholders
and so forth. This does not
preclude some pro bono work
or being considerate of the
needs and wants of employees
or even various organizations
seeking support within their
communities. But their duty is,
first and foremost, to enhance the
economic welfare of their owners
by means of the tasks they set out
to perform, publishing books.
Nonetheless, many publishers
put out books that advocate just
the opposite. Instead of serving


shareholders, the authors and
contributors of these books want
companies to serve stakeholders
or society. Not just as part of
some limited pro bono work but
full time.
For instance, Ashgate is
a company in England with
outreach worldwide that recently
put out a corporate social
responsibility series edited by one
David Crowther of De Montfort
University in the UK. Each of the
10 volumes is filled with essays
that defend or analyze the idea
that corporate commerce must
be in the service of society, first
and foremost. The company
seems to be totally oblivious to
the fact that its own management
might be complicit in violating
the very principles advocate in
this proudly published series of
books.
The reason is, of course, that
the managers of the firm are
looking at one thing primarily,
namely, what kind of publishing
will garner the best profits. If
it turns out that the type of


publishing that does this amounts
to bringing out books that
actually attack companies serving
their owners and investors first
and foremost, that's not their
concern, not ordinarily.
Not that it should never be.
Once the managers can see
publishing these kinds of books
undermines the very principles in
line with which they carry on their
business, they would be remiss
continuing their program, at least
without also putting out works
that are critical of the Corporate
Social Responsibility doctrine.
The division of labor is a good
thing, economically, but when
it comes to the broader area
of political economy, one must
become a conscientious citizen,
not simply a skilled profit seeker.
Perhaps those rope-makers and
rope-sellers needed to know this
before they went into business
with Stalin and Co.

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Crimestoppers seeking

stolen car, firearms


Crimestoppers of Holmes County
and the Holmes Sheriffs Office are
offering a substantial reward for in-
formation that leads to the recovery
of property stolen from a Gritney resi-
dence on Oct. 17.
A silver 2002 Mercury Grand Mar-
quis with Florida license plate 667-JKJ
was taken from Otter Cove Road in


the Gritney community of Holmes
County. In addition, several firearms
and other valuable items were stolen
from the victim's residence.
Anyone with information is asked
to call Crimestoppers of Holmes
County at (866) 689-8477 or the Hol-
mes County Sheriff's Office at (850)
547-3681 or (850) 547-4421.


Wheelchair basketball game scheduled


A wheelchair basketball game will
be held at 6 p.m. Nov. 15 at the old
Ponce de Leon gym. It will feature
area athletes who would like to try
their hand at shooting baskets from a
wheelchair.
Admission will be $5 for adults and
$2.50 for students. Children 5 and un-
der will get in free. Hamburgers and
hot dogs will be sold, along with other
concessions. Proceeds will benefit the


Ponce de Leon Old Gym Roof Fund.
Anyone who would like to par-
ticipate may contact Ricky Byrd or
Sheena Hougland at (850) 836-4010
or sheena.hougland@live.com.
For more information, contact the
City of Ponce de Leon at (850) 836-
4361 or fax (850) 836-4843. You also
may call Harold Cassidy at (850) 836-
4788 or Theresa Miller of Diamond
Sports at (850) 836-5217.


The old piano's got



a new home


Little Miss Poplar
Springs wins at
Peanut Festival

DOTHAN, Ala.
Reagan Joiner of Poplar Springs
won Stage Presence at the annual
National Peanut Festival in Dothan
on Oct. 11.


Earlier this year when niece Meredith
Rogers Beckham, her husband, Joe, and their
children, Sophie, Paul and Ava, came to live
in the house for a while, I suggested we have
a memorial service for the worn out upright
and then burn it. That met with some approval,
especially from Meredith, whose toddlers liked
to bang on the note-sprung keyboard. But
others objected saying," But where
Should all the pictures go?"
Since Joe and Meredith have now
moved on to Tallahassee, where Joe has
opened a physical therapy practice, and
sister Muriel has reclaimed "the country
house," the piano is going to a new
appy home.
4 Another niece, Carla Wells Barber,


The old piano from the Wells home has a
new home. For more than 65 years, the well-
worn instrument occupied a corner of the
living room at our old home, which my sister
who now owns calls "the country house." We
older children call the place the Dun Broke, so
named by Max or Clyde, and older brothers Jim
and Perry dubbed it the Seldom Rest when they
were at home. But whatever its name,
that old wooden structure sits on a hill
at the intersection of Brackin and Lee
Road in Washington County and holds
many memories for a lot of people
including the remaining six of us Wells
siblings. And the old piano played a
role in many of those memories. The
I remember when Daddy hauled it
home from the beach. He had struck
a deal with Mr. McCorquodale, who Had el
owned Sunny Side Beach and for
whom my brother Jim worked as a teen.
The piano already had seen better days,
having once been a player piano with the
working parts removed. It replaced an old
pump organ Mama played when she could take
a break from cooking another meal to feed
the never-ending stream of children and farm
hands.
She had learned rudimentary music from
her grandfather Charlie Cook, who taught her
to play by the shape notes. She also attended
singing school taught by John Brown. She
was unable to embellish with chords but was
proficient enough to accompany the community
singings that gathered in different homes when
a better accompanist was unavailable.
My youngest sister, Gail, is the only one
of the eight of us who was able to take piano
lessons. I learned some music at the summer
singing schools that we all attended, and I spent
many hours banging on that old piano, but
about all I could ever play was Chewing Gum
or Joe Cut Off His Baby's Toe. Brother Max
also tried to play and was able to pick out a few
tunes.
Most of the grandchildren have some
musical ability, and several of them play piano,
but it has been many years now since that old
piano has been in good enough shape to make
a melodious sound. Its only function for many
years since our mother would sit down and play
a tune has been to hold pictures of all the family
members.


has completed her pharmacy degree
from the University of Florida and is
working at the new veterans clinic in


Marianna. She and husband, Dink, who finished
at U of F with an engineering degree, and their
new baby daughter, Madaline Grace, have
bought a home in Jackson County. With the
help of her dad, Max, the old piano is going to
their home. If it is salvageable or not, I don't
know. But Carla, the youngest of the Wells
grandchildren, will keep it for its sentimental
value.
But where will all the pictures go? Right
now, they are in a box while sister Muriel
reclaims the house, which she is also keeping for
sentimental reasons, I suppose. Having it still
in the family gives us a bond we are reluctant to
relinquish. As long as the home is there, we still
have a part of our parents and enjoy gathering
occasionally to recall the good times and laugh
about the bad.
How blessed we are to have grown up in a
family such as ours. Looking back and thinking
of how little we had of material things, and
what a struggle our parents had to provide just
the bare necessities, but always determined to
see that we got as much education as possible,
always setting an example as responsible
community citizens, always acknowledging their
dependence on God, always concerned for
those less fortunate, I am eternally grateful to
have had the parents and grandparents that we
had.
May that old McCorquodale piano bless the
home Carla and Dink have established as it
blessed the Wells home.


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Downtown
Halloween


Bonifay hosts
activities


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up. Downtown
streets were
blocked off as
children and their
families went door 4
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There was more
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Bonifay, and just about everyone headed for First Baptist
Church to enjoy Christian music, free refreshments and
games.
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HCHD hosting

Reindeer Run/Walk


Holmes County Health
Department will host a 5K
(3.2-mile) Reindeer Run/
Walk on Dec. 6. Registra-
tion will begin at 7:30 a.m.
in the Piggly Wiggly park-
ing lot. The run/walk will
begin at 8 a.m. Cost is $15
per participant (includes


shirt). Participants must reg-
ister by Nov. 24 to receive a
shirt. All proceeds will go to
the PI.N.K. program. For
more information, contact
Traci Corbin at 547-8500,
ext. 249, or register at Game
Day Sports on State 79 in
Bonifay.


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especially our company
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Holmes County arrest report
for the week of Oct. 24-31.
Dennis 'lTerrell Adams, 49,
of Bonifay; failure to appear on
bond.
Cory Burs, 29, of Bonifay;
forgery and fraud (fraudulent
use of credit card).
Thomas George Crawley, 41,
of Bonifay; sexual battery and
false imprisonment.
Ronald Creamer, 50, of Bon-
ifay; driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
Joseph Dickson, 29, of Boni-
fay; possession of controlled
substance and sale of controlled
substance.
Christopher Dowda, 30, of
Navarre; violation of proba-
tion/accessory after fact and
harboring,
Jessica Guillemette, 22, of
Bonifay; possession control sub-
stance (Xanax).
Michael Lance Hewett, 29, of


Bonifay; disorderly conduct.
Juan E. Martinez, 32, of Bon-
ifay; violation of injunction and
disorderly conduct.
Jade Nicole Simmons, 22, of
Bonifay; fraud and fraudulent
use of credit card.
Stephanie Simmons, 20, of
Bonifay; fraud-illegal use credit
card and forgery (alter public re-
cord certificate).
Richard Stothart, 53, of West-
ville; battery by strangulation.
Amanda Taylor, 26, of Boni-
fay, fraud-illegal use credit
card.
Keith Thomas, 42; viola-
tion of probation/battery (two
counts), assault and violation of
injunction.
Nancy Velasquez, 44, of
Bonifay; failure to appear/driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked.
Jessica Walton, 27, of West-
ville; aggravated assault and bat-
tery/domestic violence.


MARRIAGES/
DIVORCES
Marriage license
information
Oct. 27-31
The following information
was taken from marriage license
applications issued by the clerk's
office at the Holmes County
Courthouse.
Michael Paul Russell, 10-3-85,
and Jessica Heather Shirah, 6-3-
84, both of Dothan.

Divorce information
(Filed, but not necessarily
final)
Oct. 27-31
The following information was
taken from records at the Holmes
County Courthouse of unfinal-
ized, recorded divorce actions.
Aaron J. Peters and Stacy D.
Peters
Cecil Gordon Motley Jr. and
Tanya Renee Motley


Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 5, 2008 A7


Troy's Homecoming

festivities to be Saturday


TROY
Troy University will celebrate its
Homecoming on Saturday, Nov. 8,
under the theme "Then, Now, For-
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Activities will
get under way
Saturday with a
Homecoming Fun
Run at 7 a.m. The
Homecoming pa-
rade will kick off
at 10 a.m. in down-
town Troy, and
various tailgating
activities will begin
at 11 a.m. "Trojan
Walk" is scheduled
for 12:15 p.m., beginning on Uni-
versity Avenue in front of Trojan
Arena and stretching to Movie
Gallery Veterans Stadium. Home-
coming pre-game festivities will get


under way at 2 p.m. in the stadium
with kickoff for the Homecoming
game against Western Kentucky
scheduled for 2:30 p.m.
Halftime ac-
tivities will include
the crowning of
the Homecoming
Queen and King,
presentation of the
Alumni of the Year
awards and per-
formances by the
Alumni Band and
T oy's "Sound of
the South" march-
S ing band.
During the
week leading up to Homecom-
ing, campus organizations will
compete in various events to earn
points toward winning Homecom-
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Bonifay fall festival
DONNA DYKES
Correspondent
BONIFAY
Neysa Wilkins, who came to Hol-
mes County Saturday to sing at the
fall festival sponsored by the Family
Council of Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab Center, helped with the auction-
ing of some delicious-looking cakes.
One man seemed to want one of
the cakes. He raised his hand high to
make his bid. The auctioneer prob-
ably got a little confused when the
fellow dropped his arm and began
swishing his hands back and forth. He Kley Re
wasn't changing his bid...he was trying ne of thi
to discourage some little yellow jack- seat.
ets who might have been looking for
one of the delectable odors filling the
area.
Harold Smith fried fish for the
dinners, which included baked beans Neysa Wilkins helps with the cake auction.
hunnersih p ie ndcluedsak eas She was guest singer at the annual fund-mraiser
hush puppies, and cole slaw. A slice sponsored by the Family Council.
of cake and drink also was included
in the $5 price.
There were crafts for sale, as well
as information from area home care
sites and pony rides.
Doyle Thompson had a number
of nice wood-burned pictures with
a western theme; Donna Meldon of Don Drummond Adam
volunteer services represented Coy- helped provide of Chi
enant Hospice of Marianna. Emer- entertainment at the displa
aid Coast Hospice also had a booth. fall festival. He is part cocon
There were candles, tutu skirts in col- of the "One Heart" he bo
ors, hair bows, clutch purses, jewelry band. at auc
and necklace-earring combos that during
sparkled in the noon sun. i Nursir
The band played and Wilkins sang Rehal
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Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 5, 2008 A9


Candidates visit Bethlehem High School


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com

BETHLEHEM
"Education is the key to
the future," Principal Jerry
Dixon said at the beginning
of a political forum in the
Bethlehem High School
auditorium on Oct. 29. He
said students should be-
come more familiar with
the political process and
their local candidates.
"We want freedom for
all of the world, and we
want everyone to have what
we have because we know
that we are truly blessed
with these freedoms," Dix-
on said, "one of which is
choosing who will represent
us, and there are candidates
here who want to be in a
position of leadership in
Holmes County."
Students gave speeches
on behalf of presidential
candidates and came up
with questions for their lo-
cal candidates.
Speaking on behalf of
Obama's platform on econ-
omy was Brittany Riley; ed-
ucation, Pasley Hayes; and
war, Kaitlun Pope.
"Obama says we need to
stabilize our financial sys-
tem," Riley said. "People
should not live in poverty,
but they do."
Riley continued with
Obama's plans on raising
minimum wage to $9.50.
Pasley Hayes speech was
on Obama's plan to get rid
of FCAT and establish bet-
ter tutorage programs with
the schools.
Kaitlun Pope gave a
speech about Obama's
opinion of the war in Iraq
being wrong.
"They are being just as
careless getting out of Iraq
as they were getting in,"
Pope said. "He wants the
troops home and the Iraqis
in a stable and independent
government."
Speaking on behalf
of McCain's platform on
economy was Whitley Al-
bury; on war, Alex Potter;
and on education, Sabrina
Robinson.
"To lower the price of
high gas and food, Mc-
Cain wants to send a strong
message to the world mar-
ket stating that the United
States is no longer depend-
ing on foreign supplies,"
Albury said.
She also described Mc-
Cain's idea on a gas tax
holiday to waive the taxes
off gas for a set number of
days per year, regulation of
loans because of the recent
housing crisis and easy-to-
manage loans for those who


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are having trouble with the
payments.
"Strategically, Iraq is
out of control," Potter said
about McCain's ideas of se-
curing Iraq. "Sending more
troops will pay off in the
end."
Robinson said McCain's
plan for the educational
system includes improved
Head Start centers, en-
couragement of parental
involvement and allowing
equal opportunity for stu-
dents and parents to choose
the school they attend.
Visiting were candidates
running for superintendent
of schools, Steve Griffin
and Gary Galloway, and
candidates running for
sheriff, Dennis Lee and
Tim Brown (represented by
Mary Harrison).
Acting as guest modera-
tor was Jay Felsberg, edi-
tor of the Holmes County
Times-Advertiser and
Washington County News.
Harrison was the first to
speak on behalf of Brown.
She said Brown was born
in Washington County, was
an investigator for 10 years
and was experienced in a
wide range of homicide
cases, illicit drugs and con-
victing criminals.
"I have 48 years of expe-
rience needed for running
for sheriff," she quoted
him. "I want to be the peo-
ple's sheriff."
The first question given
to Lee was if it was possible
to get a resource officer for
the schools.
Lee said the county can't
afford officers at all of the
schools because the grant
to fund that kind of man-
power requires a certain
level of crime in schools.
"God's blessed us so
that we don't have enough
crimes in school to need re-
source officers," Lee said.
The second question
was how to keep drugs off
the street.
Lee said several battles
against drugs have been
waged since 1996, and more
drug arrests were done
then because they educated
schools, churches and law
enforcement on drug indi-
cation and prevention.
He said he worked up
the ranks and trained every
chance to become better


equipped for his position.
He said getting a prison
built saved the county $6
a day per inmate and that
access to free labor and re-
forming prisoners through
work force allows the in-
mates to pay off their debt
to society as well as their
stay at the jail for $10 a
day.
Galloway said he was a
math teacher who was ac-
quainted with FCAT, and
the test wasn't just to eval-
uate students but teachers,
too. He said there always
would be evaluation tests,
but emphasis shouldn't be
solely on the tests.
"Life in the real world
isn't the same as when
you're in high school or
college," he said. "Life isn't
fair, but strong faith and
education will offset the
unfairness."
Griffin said there is a
need for classroom re-
duction and tight budget
management.
He went on to say they
needed to "set goals and
stay the course" and not
quit. One of the questions
given to him by students
was what he thought the
problems with the schools
were and how would they
be fixed?
He said children with
family issues should be
able to go to their school's
councelor and that the
school's duty is helping
students get their diplo-
ma, and mentor programs
should be available for new
teachers.
"A teacher is the most
important person in the
classroom," Griffin said.
"We need to do a better job
with helping new teachers
or those who are wanting to
be teachers but don't have
the proper training yet."
At the end of the forum,
Dixon called up teachers
Clay Caroll, Mrs. Mat-
thews, Mrs. Pettis and Mr.
Morgan and announced of
how proud he was to have
such dedicated teachers on
staff.
"They are here for you
and are paid something
more than just salary with
the satisfaction and pride
that comes with their stu-
dents' achievements,"
Dixon said. "You were all
adults in listening to the
candidates and showed a
good deal of respect. For
that I'm very proud of you
all."


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A10 Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Holmes County Times-Advertiser


French couple walks for fun


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspersOchipleypaper.com


A French couple is mak-
ing their way from Miami to
Argentina on foot Laetilia
Casareto and William Gui-
maraes started their journey
Sept. 27 and estimate it will
take three years at 20 miles
a day to finish it-
They said the route they
took was State 27 to State
441, and now they are tak-
ing State 90.
"Our only challenge is
walking," Casareto said.
"We love to travel, learning
about new cultures and new
ways of life."
This is their first time
in America, but not their
first time walking across a
country.
The couple say they have
traveled across India, Asia
and several other countries.
This trip in America is


special because this is the
first time they've set their
goal to travel the entire
length by foot, whereas
before, they occasionally
would hitch hike.
Lodgingat nightdepends
on the hospitality ofothers,
'Around four or five in
the evening, we knock on
American doors and ask for
hospitality to perhaps stay
in their garden,' Guimaraes
said. "We have tents, mat-
tresses and other supplies to
sleep comfortably outside."
Guimaraes said lately the
nights have been cold.
"Last night we took shel-
ter in the local Mosque," he
said. "The man there was a
physician who was excep-
tionally knowledgeable and
very kind."
They said everyone they
met so far has been "friendly,
kind and considerate," and
they are looking forward to
the rest of their journey.


Vehicle fails flight test in Bonifay


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afetlberg@ chplypaper.com
BONIFAY
A Ford Focus isn't de-
signed for flight, but a Pana-
ma City man gave it a ty on
Halloween in Bonifay.
Bonifay Police depart-
ment reported an officer
was called at about 9:30
p.m. with a report of a ve-
hicle on its side in a yard
at 211 Arreta St. Upon ar-
riving, the officer found a
2001 black Ford Focus lying
on the driver's side with the


occupants standing nearby.
Both passengers and
the driver, Joshua Richard
Segers, 18, said he was driv-
ing too fast and lost control,
according to police. The car
hit a nearby railroad cross-
ing and "went airborne,"
according to the police re-
port, flipping several times,
striking three mailboxes and
hitting the Ellis residence,
causing serious damage to
the house, cutting power.
Segers is charged with
reckless driving resulting
in a crash with property
damage.


I Chris Campbell sincerely apologize
for selling a controlled substance in
the Holmes County community.





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Baby Bash serves children, families


DONNA DYKES
Correspondent
BONIFAY
It's amazing how an idea
can evolve. Share it with
friends who help mold it into
something like Saturday's
Baby Bash, and you have the
biggest yard sale in town.
Nearly two dozen families
found spots for tables or lay
blankets on the lawn in front
of the First Baptist Church
Annex, which fronts busy
Waukesha Street in Bonifay.
The idea for selling used
baby items en masse came
from Holmes County Health
Department. All they asked
of the seller was to bring a
package of diapers for their
participation.
Several ladies from the
health department were
available to answer ques-
tions, offer printed advice
on ways to stop smoking or
avoid drugs, and even fitted
youngsters with bicycle hel-
mets. In addition to helmets,
they gave away little clocks
aimed at helping people re-
member to take their medi-
cines, pencils, colorful pens,
and bottled water.
"This event provides
needed health information
for the community." said
Karen Johnson. "It includes
chronic disease prevention,
immunizions, family plan-
ning and smoking cessation.
There's also information on
Healthy Start for children."
Johnson said Baby Bash
was a free event for citizens
in the community to sell
children's items. However,
Saturday was a one-time op-
portunity. There are no plans
at this time to make it an an-
nual event
Everything was free, even
hair cuts. Kim Miller, instruc-
tor from Washington-Holmes
Technical Center, accompa-
nied 12 of his senior cosme-
tology students to the bash.
They picked up extra experi-
ence, especially on working
with youngsters.
Paige and Arlita Sellers of
First Baptist Church had a
popular booth. They added
syrup to shaved ice to make
delicious sno-cones. The syr-
ups included about 25 differ-
ent flavors, along with several
that were sugar free.
Hundreds of people at-
tended the bash and some
were still arriving at 11:30
a.m. although it was sched-
uled to close at noon.


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Traci Corbin, left, and Holly Segers, right, of Holmes County Health Department
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preach Jesus Christ boldly and you walk
with Him humbly every day. Thank you
for being our Pastor and a living example
of Jesus!
WE LOVE AND APPRECIATE YOU!
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The Holmes County School Board
will be revising school board policy
5.321 at the Tuesday, November 18th,
2008, school board meeting at 9:00
a.m. There will be a public hearing to
allow for public input on Thursday,
November 13, 2008 at 4:00 p.m. A
copy of the policy to be adopted may
be reviewed at the Holmes County
School Board Office, Monday-Friday
from 7:30 until 3:30.


I, Daniel Elllihue Ely, apologize for the
manufacture and possession of meth in
Holmes County and promise not to do
it again.


NOTICE OF ELECTION
AND QUALIFYING
FOR THE TOWN OF
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GENERAL ELECTION

TOWN OF ESTO will be having city
elections on December 9th for Council
Member Seats 2 and 4. Voting will be
held at the Town Hall Meeting Room
from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.

Qualifying is Nov. 17th thru Nov.
21st

Packets will be available at the Town
Hall from 8:00 a.m. until 12 Noon
Nov. 17th thru Nov. 21st.

Qualifying fee is $25.00 plus an
assessment fee of $6.00.


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Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Sports


Holmes County Times-Advertiser All


Blountstown


edges Chipley


Florida Freedom Newswire
BLOUNTSTOWN
Malcolm Ivory rushed
for a game-high 191 yards
and scored on a 73-yarder
in the second quarter to
lead Blountstown past visit-
ing Chipley 13-3 on Friday
night.
The Tigers finished the
District 2-2B slate with a 1-
2 record, while Chipley fell
to 0-8 overall and 0-2 in dis-
trict play. Darrin Huff, who
added 94 yards, went in from
5 yards to cap the scoring in


the fourth.
Chipley's points came on
a 44-yard field goal by Cody
Sikora in the second quar-
ter. Chipley quarterback
Scott Redfield finished 4 of
18 for 40 yards and three
interceptions.
Markeith Bell led Chi-
pley with 36 yards rushing.
Blountstown (2-6 overall) is
at Tallahassee FAMU next
week. Chipley hosts Talla-
hassee Florida High in the
district finale for both teams.
Chipley also celebrates
Homecoming.


Tigers whip Aucilla


Vernon defenders bring down a Baker runner late in the game.


Vernon beats Baker 17-14


By RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers

VERNON
King Solomon once wrote, "Hope
deferred makes the heart sick, but a
longing fulfilled is a tree of life."
Cody Small's 21-yard field overtime
field goal was a longing fulfilled for Ver-
non as the Yellow Jackets beat Baker
17-14 in a key District 1-2B game.
The victory puts Vernon (4-4, 2-1) in
a position to win the district title with a
win over Holmes County next week.
For now the Gators (5-3, 3-1) will
have to wait as their hope for the dis-
trict title has been deferred.
If the Yellow Jackets beat Holmes
County they win the title, but if they
lose then Baker wins the title.
There could be a shootout if Vernon
wins and South Walton beats North-
view next week.
"This was probably the toughest loss
I've ever had," Baker coach Bob Kel-
logg said. "We had plenty of opportuni-
ties to win it.
"It was a great game both sides. We
knew they had a great football team as
far as their skill guys. We couldn't make
plays and they made plays."
Vernon controlled the ball through-
out the game as the Yellow Jackets ran


chipleypaper.com
See photos from
the Vernon-Baker
game


31 plays in the first half compared to
Baker's 15.
Things didn't change in the second
half as at the end of regulation Vernon
had taken 67 snaps compared to Bak-
er's 29.
Fullback Belton Snider carried a
large part of the workload pound out
119 yards on 25 carries.
"We just wanted to keep the ball
out of No. I's (Cameron Domangue)
hands," Vernon coach Russ Rogers
said. "We wanted to be able to run the
ball.
"We felt like we had some big backs
and we hurt them in the first half. We
just didn't do a very good job of scor-
ing, but we controlled the ball most of
the night."
For a while it looked as if all the
plays in the world wouldn't help the
Yellow Jackets.
The Gators scored on their first pos-
session making it look easy as has been
the case most of the season.
However instead of Domangue it


was Marcus Jones doing most of the
damage and scoring from 36 yards out
Vernon took the ball at its 13 and
drove 14 plays to the Gator 25-yard
line. After taking eight minutes off the
clock the Yellow Jackets came away
with nothing.
Vernon tied the game at 7-7 in the
final minute of the first half when John
Johnson, who rushed for 69 yards on 13
carries scored from the 3-yard line.
The Yellow Jackets took the lead on
a 15-play drive that started with 5:36 in
the third and ended at the 10:36 mark
in the fourth quarter.
Once again, it was Johnson scoring
from seven yards out.
Domangue, who was held to 52
yards on 17 carries scored on a wild
scramble from 13 yards out to pull the
Gators even with 4:30 left in the game.
Domangue teamed with Christian
Mainor on a big 28-yard pass play to
give the Gators a first and goal at the
seven.
Another 10-play, 51-yard drive
got the Yellow Jackets close enough
to attempt a field goal with time
running out, but Small's kick was
short and the game went into
overtime.
Jones led Baker in rushing with 75
yards on six carries.


From Staff Reports
MONTICELLO
The Graceville Tigers are
one win away from a playoff
berth after defeating Aucilla
Christian 46-0 Friday night
in Monticello.
Graceville (6-2,2-1 in Dis-
trict 1-lB play) can earn the
runner-up spot in the district
and the playoff berth that
goes along with it by beating
the Cottondale Hornets next
week in Cottondale.
AntrellWrightledGracev-
ille with 126 yards rushing
and two touchdowns. The
Tigers rushed for 440 yards
and six touchdowns overall.
The Tigers jumped on
Aucilla early. Justin Miles,
who picked up an intercep-
tion on defense, picked up
the first score with a 15-yard


run early in the first quarter.
Wright scored the first of
his two touchdowns after an
Aucilla fumble, reaching the
end zone from 25 yards out
to make it a 14-0 game.
On the Tigers' next pos-
session, Wright scored from
60 yards out, with Miles con-
verting the two-point play for
a 22-0 score with 6:53 left in
the first quarter.
After another fumble
recovery, Dialo Martin put
the Tigers in the end zone
again on a 25-yard run, with
the two-point conversion by
Jamie Simmons making it
30-0.
Miles added another
touchdown before the half on
a 33-yard run to make it 38-0.
Garrett Steverson scored
on a one-yard run for the Ti-
gers' final score.


Ponce de Leon set for

Red and White games

The Ponce de Leon High School Booster Club will be
hosting its annual Red and White Games on Thursday, Nov.
6. Inner-squad games will begin at 4 p.m. Boston butt plates
with sweet potato, green beans, corn on the cob, yeast rolls
and strawberry shortcake will be sold for $7 a plate from 4-7
p.m.
For ticket information, contact Pam Carroll at (850)
836-4242.


South Walton comes from behind to beat Holmes


ByTINA HARBUCK
Florida Freedom Newspapers

SANTA ROSA BEACH
It was the "Mayer of mag-
ic" that pulled a play out of
his hat Friday night to put
the South Walton Seahawks
on top 37-34 for a last-min-
ute victory over the visiting
Holmes County Blue Devils
in District 1-2B.
Down 33-31 with 1:05
left to play, South Walton's
Offensive Coordinator Ron
Mayer called a winning pass
play. With the ball on the
15-yard line, Cody Adams


dropped back to pass and hit
Hunter Infinger in the left
corner of the end zone for
the go-ahead touchdown.
'All I knew was I'd better
catch it," Infinger said.
The winning catch was
the third for Infinger, who
had 42 yards receiving.
The Seahawks tallied 210
yards on the ground. Byrant
Adams was the workhorse
with 19 carries for 152 yards
and a 5-yard TD run in the
second half. Senior Seahawk
David Bazylak carried the
ball nine times for 39 yards,
including an 8-yard TD. Ba-


zylak had two catches, one
for a 6-yard score. He also
booted a 35-yard field goal.
The Seahawks used two
quarterbacks. Cody Adams
completed 3 of 9 passes for
37 yards and two touch-
downs, while Dennis Smith
was 6 of 9 for 89 yards.
The Blue Devils rolled up
171 yards on the ground with
Jomar Concepcion racking
up 124. He also completed
7 of 15 passes for 205 yards
and three touchdowns.
Josh French had a 6-yard
catch for a TD, Danny Her-
berth had a 52-yard recep-


tion for a score and Josh
French a 26-yard catch for
a TD.
The Seahawks got on
the board early on an 8-
yard run by Bazylak. The
Blue Devils answered with
Concepcion scoring on a
6-yard run. Bazylak's field
goal put the Seahawks
on top 10-7, then Bazylak
made a TD catch just before
halftime.
The Blue Devils trailed
until late in the fourth quar-
ter. Holmes County finally
took the lead with 2:18 left
in the game.


Holmes County defenders swarm after a South Walton
runner. For more photos, see bonifaynow.com.


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Holmes County Farm Bureau to celebrate Farm-City Week


HOLMES COUNTY
Agriculture is one of
Florida's largest industries,
an industry not often under-
stood by Florida's growing
urban population. Farm-City
Week 2008 focuses on pro-
moting better understanding
between farm and city resi-
dents. This year's observance
extends from Nov. 21-27.
Holmes County Farm
Bureau will be hosting a


Farm-City dinner Nov. 18
at the Ag Center in Bonifay
to recognize the importance
of the connection and part-
nership that exists between
rural farmers and urban
residents.
For more information
about Farm-City Week,
contact Raymon Thomas at
547-4227 at Holmes County
Farm Bureau.
Holmes County Farm Bu-


reau represents agricultural
interests in Holmes County.
Its mission is to implement
policies that are developed
by members and provide
programs that will improve
economic well-being and
quality of life for farmers and
ranchers.
More information about
Florida Farm Bureau is
available at the county Farm
Bureau offices at 1108 N.


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the City of Bonifay, Florida, that the Bonifay City Council will meet in public
session at 6:00pm on Monday, November 10, 2008, in the City Council
Chambers at the Bonifay City Hall with the following to be considered:

1. Whether the Bonifay City Council should adopt Ordinance No. 360 changing
and establishing rates for City of Bonifay garbage collection services, and
more properly described as:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BONIFAY, FLORIDA, INCREASING
CITY OF BONIFAY MINIMUM GARBAGE COLLECTION RATES AND
ESTABLISHING AN AUTOMATIC RATE INCREASE FOR CITY OF
BONIFAY MINIMUM GARBAGE COLLECTION RATES AND PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

2. Such other matters as may come before the Council.
All persons having an interest therein or being otherwise affected are invited
to attend and be heard.
CITY OF BONIFAY, FLORIDA
BY: Jeri Gibson, Clerk

GARBAGE SERVICE AMOUNT (monthly)
1) STANDARD RESIDENTIAL (one pickup per week)
W ithin City lim its ............................. ................................... $20.00
Outside City lim its ..................................................................... $23.33
2) COMMERCIAL CART
Within City Limits (one pick Lip per week) ................................ $32.74
Within City Limits (two pick ups per week) ............................... $65.48
Outside City Limits (one pick up per week) ............................... $37.81
Outside City Limits (two pick ups per week) ............................. $75.62
3) DUMPSTERS
2 yard (one pick up per week) ...................................................... $47.63
2 yard (two pick ups per week) .................................................... $95.26
2 yard (three pick ups per week) .............................................$....142.89
2 yard (four pick ups per week) ...............................................$....190.52
2 yard (five pick ups per week) ................................................$...238.15
2 yard (six pick ups per week) .................................................$.... 285.78
4 yard (one pick up per week) ................................................ $95.26
4 yard (two pick ups per week) ............................................... $190.52
4 yard (three pick ups per week) ................................................. $265.78
4 yard (four pick up per week) ..................................................... $381.04
4 yard (five pick ups per week) ................................................ 476.30
4 yard (six pick ups per week) ................................................ 571.56
6 yard (one pick up per week) ..................................................... $142.89
6 yard (two pick ups per week) ................................................... 285.78
6 yard (three pick ups per week) ................................................. $428.67
6 yard (four pick ups per week) ................................................... 571.56
6 yard (five pick ups per week) .................................................... 714.45
6 yard (six pick ups per week) .................................................... $857.34
8 yard (one pick up per week) ..................................................... $190.52
8 yard (two pick ups per week) ...............................................$... 381.04
8 yard (three pick ups per week) ................................................. $571.56
8 yard (four pick ups per week) ................................................... $762.08
8 yard (five pick ups per week) .................................................... 952.60
8 yard (six pick ups per week) .................................................. $1143.12


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Blue Pride nut and
fruit sale ongoing
Holmes County High
School Blue Pride Band and
Middle School Band mem-
bers are selling fruit and nuts
for the holidays through Nov.
18. They have navel oranges,
tangelos, red grapefruit tan-
gerines, juice oranges and
red delicious apples avail-
able. Boxes vary in quantity
and price. They also have a
large variety of nuts available
for purchase.
Delivery date is expected
to be the week of Dec. 8.


For more information,
contact Jody Busch at 260-
4348; Candi Meeks (HCHS)
at 547-9000, ext.232; or
Wendi Nolen (BMS) at
547-2678.

Donkey basketball
game to be Monday
The Wildcat 110 Booster
Club will host a donkey bas-
ketball game at 7 p.m. Mon-
day, Nov. 10, in the Beth-
lehem community. Watch
Wildcats of all ages, along
with Mason and Misty from
The Big Dog 96.9, as they
play basketball while riding
donkeys.
Admission is $6 per per-
son. Concessions will be


available.

Holmes County
Senior Night Friday
On Friday, Nov. 7, Hol-
mes County High School se-
nior football and volleyball
players, cheerleaders, the
band, ROTC members and
parents will be introduced
at the football game during
pre-game activities. Pre-
game begins at 6:30 p.m.

Hospital Auxiliary
seeking members
Doctor's Memorial Hos-
pital Auxiliary is looking for
members. For more infor-
mation, call 547-8193.


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Chipley Homecoming

brings several reunions


Washington,
Holmes at
a glance

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Class of '78
Chipley High School Class of 1978
will celebrate its 30th class reunion
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 7-8. Plans
include riding in the Homecoming
parade on Friday, which begins at
12:30 p.m.; line-up begins at 11 a.m. at
the football field parking lot; meeting
at the football game with plans to
meet at Hard Labor Creek Plantation
afterwards.
On Saturday, the class will meet
for lunch at noon and dinner at 7 p.m.
at Hard Labor Creek Plantation. A
donation of $10 per person or $20
a couple is requested to cover the
weekend's expenses.
For more information, contact
Sheila Kirkland at 638-4550 or
sbkirkland@bellsouth.net; Philip
Pippin at 638-7700 or philip@
pippinappraisal.com; or Sandra and
David Riley at 638-1384.

Class of '63
Chipley High School Class of 1963
will celebrate its 45th reunion Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 7-8. Plans include
riding in the homecoming parade at
12:30 p.m. Nov. 7. Line-up will begin
at 11 a.m. at the football field parking
lot. T-shirts will be available.
Classmates may gather at Chipley
Public Library on State 90 at 11 a.m.
and carpool to the football field.
After the parade, they will meet back
at the library for snacks until game


time. Attendance at the ball game
is an individual decision. Beginning
at 8 p.m., the group will gather at
the home of Mil Owens Cox for
refreshments.
The class will meet for brunch 9
a.m. Saturday at Bailey's Restaurant
in Chipley. For more information,
contact Catherine Nelson at 638-4117.

Class of '88
The Chipley High School class of
1988 will celebrate its 20-year reunion
Friday, Nov. 7 at the National Guard
Armory, on Seventh Street in Chipley.
It will start during half-time of the
ballgame and will continue until late in
the evening.
All other alumni are invited to join
the reunion after 10 p.m. Donations
will be accepted at the door.
For further information, call Lee
Williams 638-3679.

Class of '88
The Chipley High School class of
1988 will celebrate its 20th reunion on
Friday, Nov. 7. Make plans to ride in
the Homecoming parade wearing red,
white and blue. Parade line-up begins
at 11 a.m. in the football field parking
lot with the parade beginning at 12:30
p.m.
After the game, plans are to meet
at the Chipley Armory for music and
refreshments. Donations can be made
at the door.


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ENGAGEMENTS/WEDDINGS


Huff/Joiner engaged
Gayle Carnley and Charles Payne of
Bonifay announce the engagement of Carnley's
daughter, Monica Nicole Huff, to Eric Bradley
Joiner, son of Brad Joiner and Mechelle Kelley,
both of Graceville.
Monica is a 2005 graduate of Holmes County
High School and is studying at Florida State
University in Tallahassee to earn a Bachelor of
Science degree in nursing.
Eric is a 2005 graduate of Poplar Springs
High School and is an infantry mortar man in
the Florida Army National Guard's 1-153rd
Cavalry unit, located in Bonifay.
A June 2009 wedding is planned.


Austin/Strickland
engaged
Karen Austin and Robert E.
Strickland of Vernon announce
their engagement and upcoming
marriage. Vows will be exchanged
Nov. 6 at the Holmes County
Courthouse in Bonifay.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Maureen Grace of Southern
California and the late Irvin Grace.
A reception is being planned
for a later date.



Wilcox/Mayfield
to wed
Bambi DeAnn
Wilcox and Joshua
Markus Mayfield will
be united in marriage
on Dec. 22 at the
historic Key West
Garden Club in Key
West.
Bambi is the
daughter of Buddy
and Debbie (Wilcox)
Morris and the late Wayne Wilcox of
Bonifay. She is the granddaughter of Roy
and Gertrude Majors of Bonifay, John
and Glowanda Morris of Hardesty, Okla.,
and the late Bobby and Era Wilcox of
Bonifay.
She graduated from Holmes County
High School in 2000 and Troy University


in 2005.
Josh is the son of
Mark and Andrea
Mayfield of Winchester,
Ind. He is the grandson
of Henry and Mary Ellen
Mayfield of Smyrna,
| Tenn., and Judy Wright
and the late Dick Wright
of Brazil, Ind.
He graduated from
Winchester Community
High School in 2002
and University of West
Florida in 2006.
A reception will be held from 2-4
p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009, at the Waits
Mansion, 209 W. Kansas Ave. in Bonifay.
All family and friends are invited to
attend.
The couple will make their home in
Pensacola.


BIRTHDAYS
Kason Jay Nelson
Kason
Jay Nelson,
son of
Kevin and
Deanna
Nelson,
was 2 years
old on Oct.
24. He
celebrated
the day
with a John
Deere
Tractor-
themed
party and
lots of
family and
friends at his home.
Kason's maternal grandparents are
Sam and Debbie Slater and Ronnie and
Susie Hutchins, all of Chipley.
His paternal grandparents are Copper
and Marilyn Nelson, also of Chipley.


Jacob Fitzpatrick
Jacob
Fitzpatrick
celebrated his
fifth birthday
with a Speed
Racer-themed
party at
Veteran's
Memorial Park
in Bonifay on
Oct. 18.
Jacob is the
son of Paul
and Sherry
Fitzpatrick of
Bonifay and
is the little
brother of
Elliott. He is the grandson of Sydney and
Debbie Snell, Martha Morris and the late
Larry Morris, Gary and Linda Fitzpatrick,
all of Chipley, and Donald and Janice
Hurley.
Family and friends including his aunt
and uncle, Curtis and Molissa Snell, and a
special aunt, Lila Shores, joined him.


MILITARY


Parrish commissioned as 2nd lieutenant
Jason Parrish was commissioned in May 2008 as a second
lieutenant in the United States Army. He is a 1996 HCHS graduate
and a 2005 Troy University graduate.
While pursuing a master's degree in secondary education, English
language arts, Parrish was commissioned into active duty as an
infantry officer through Auburn University's Army ROTC program.
Upon completion of the basic Officer Leader Course at Fort Benning,
Ga., Parrish and his family will be stationed in Italy. He is the son of
Ken and Virginia Parrish of Bonifay.


Mathis earns GPCI
distinction
Vicki Mathis, grants operations
coordinator for Chipola College,
has earned a nationally recognized
credential in the grants field and
is among the first-year awardees
for this distinction by the Grant
Professionals Certification Institute
Inc. (GPCI). GPCI is an affiliate
of the American Association of Grant
Professionals (AAGP).
Mathis is a 17-year employee of the
Florida educational system, having served at


Chipola and Washington Holmes
Area Vocational Technical
Center. She earned an Associate
in Arts degree at Chipola.
Beyond meeting eligibility
requirements, GPCs have
mastered nationally standardized
competencies defined by nine
skill sets. In partnership with the
University of South Florida's
Tampa-based Institute for
Instructional Research and Practice, the
GPC exam was established within the strict
rigors of psychometric testing and is subject
to accreditation.


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Pope named Employee of the Month
Wanda Pope, left, accepts the Chipola College October
Career Employee of the Month award from college
president Dr. Gene Prough. Pope has worked in the
college's physical plant since 2002.



AREA BRIEFS


Veterans Day Poker
Run this weekend
Playing poker from the
seat of a motorcycle makes
the game more interesting.
That's what riders will get
when they join the Seventh
Annual Veterans Day Pok-
er Run planned for Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 7-8. The
event will be managed by the
Veterans Day Poker Run
Committee. Pony Soldier
and Cookie are the hosts.
Call them at (334) 692-9933
for more information.
It will cost $10 per hand.
Bikers will begin their run at
the River Lounge on High-
way 92 in Clayhatchee, Ala.
It also will end at the lounge.
First bike out will be at noon,
with the last bike in at 5 p.m.
Free tent/RV campingwill
be available, and a live band
will play Friday and Saturday
nights. A free run patch will
be given out.
Food and vendors also
will be available. There will
be door prizes and awards
for the best/worst hands and


a 50/50 drawing.
All proceeds will support
the ANG Family Readiness
Program.

North Bay Clan
Powwow Nov. 13-16
The 2008 North Bay Clan
Powwow is scheduled for
Nov. 13-16 at 3733 County
2321 in Southport. Gates
open at 9 a.m. each day.
Grand entry is at 1 p.m.
daily. Sunday hours are noon
to 5 p.m. There will be lots of
singing, dancing, drumming,
story telling, crafts, artifacts
and vendors.
No drugs, alcohol,
weapons or dogs will be
permitted.

Street Festival
meeting Nov. 11
The Bonifay Down Home
Street Festival meeting is
scheduled for 6 p.m. Tues-
day, Nov. 11, at The Fig Tree
Inn. Anyone interested in
helping should attend this
meeting.


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Tickets are now on sale for the Chipola College
Theater dramatic comedy, "Bus Stop," which opens
a four-day run Nov. 6. Above, the cast of the show
is shown. At right, Garrett Brolund, front, and
Aven Pitts rehearse a scene. For ticket information,
call (850) 718-2220.


Chipola Brain Bowl wins tourney


MARIANNA
The Gold team defeated defending
national champion Valencia 185-180 in
the final round to claim the win. Chipola
outlasted 30 community college teams to
claim the title, with a perfect 12-0 mark in
the tournament.
This is Chipola's first championship in
the annual event, after making it to the
semi-finals last year. Chipola Gold team
members are Jordan Belser, Anthony
Garrett, Brad Wells and Ryan Wells.
The team had an outstanding run in
the final rounds of the tourney, with a
335-65 win over Lake Sumter in the octo-
finals; a 370-55 win over South Georgia
in the quarter-finals; a 235-195 win over
Broward in the semi-finals and a 185-180
win over Valencia in the finals.
Chipola Gold team members answered
an amazing 115 toss-up questions of the
180 they heard. They had a balanced


scoring attack with each of the four
members averaging at least two tossups
per game. For the tournament, Anthony
Garrett averaged 44 points with 41 toss-
up questions. Brad Wells scored 28 points
with 29 toss-ups. Ryan Wells averaged
25 points with 26 toss-ups. Jordan Belser
scored 20 points with 19 toss-ups.
The Chipola Blue Team also
performed well, making it to the 16-
team playoff round, where they lost to
South Florida Community College in a
close match. Blue Team members are all
freshmen, including Anthony Berkeley,
Nathan Hooppell, Drew Padgett, Cody
Pickens and Morgan Stumpff. Padgett
averaged 33 points in the tournament for
the Blue Team.
Chipola is the defending FCCAA
Florida State Champion. Brain Bowl
coaches are Stan Young and Dr. Robert
Dunkle.


NSDAR

celebrates

50th

birthday
Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR celebrated its
50th birthday on Oct.
19, with afternoon tea at
the Marianna Woman's
Club Clubhouse. The
organizational meeting
of the chapter was in the
kIrrace Room of the elegant
Chipola Hotel on Oct.
22, 1958. The organizing
regent was Eleanor Grimes
Campbell, who later served
the DAR as state regent
and vice president general
Regent Dorcas Jackson's
mother, Joyce Lambe, was
the first vice regent, and her
sister, Hope Wilson, was the
first chaplain. State Regent
Mrs. Jackson Stewart
administered the oath of
office.
There is no record of
the food served at this first
meeting, but it is safe to
assume the yeast rolls for
which the hotel was famous
were on the menu. The
Chipola also was known for
dozens of fresh roses grown
in its nursery and placed
daily throughout the hotel.
The hotel, built during
the era when the Satsuma
Festival brought tourists
to town, grew its own
vegetables and operated the
Chipola Dairy. One of the
milk bottles from the dairy
can be seen today at the
Thomas Edison Estate in
Fort Myers.
Chipola Regent Dorcas
Jackson, State Regent Sue


Hostess Dorcas Jackson stands at the tea table she
and her daughter, Ruth Croxton, hosted.


Bratton, State Vice Regent
Barbara Makant and State
Chaplain Sarah Levesque
formed a receiving line
to begin the event DAR
members from chapters in
Tallahassee, Fort Walton
Beach and Dothan also were
present
Honorary Chipola
Chapter Regents Mary
Robbins, Mary Jane Emery
and Mary Ellis helped
Regent Jackson and
Chaplain Jean Brooks with
the opening ceremonies.
Ellis, who resides in
Birmingham, received a
certificate for 25 years of
service to NSDAR from
Registrar Marilyn Cere.
Marianne Harrison received
a certificate for 41 years of
service. Kathryn Simpson
was welcomed as a new
member. Kathryn is also


Panhandle Christmas pageant

applications being accepted


Applications are now
being accepted for the
Panhandle Pride Christmas
Beauty Pageant, an open
pageant planned for Dec. 13
in Graceville. Entries must
be returned by Dec. 5 along
with the $50 fee. Checks
should be made payable
to Esto Fire Department,
which benefits from the
pageant.
If returned by mail,
entries may be addressed
to Bush Paint and Supply,
Attn: Teresa Bush, Pageant
Director, 971 Sixth Ave.,
Graceville, FL 32440.
Entries also may be
delivered personally by the
Dec. 5 deadline.
Photo packages will be
available.
Winners will receive a
large trophy, crown and
banner. Alternates and
participants will receive


trophies.
The Baby, Toddler,
Tiny, Future and Little
Miss contests will begin at
2 p.m. Dec. 13. Contestants
must arrive at the Civic
Center no later than 1 p.m.
They should be dressed in
pageant wear. Exceptions
are Baby Miss, heirloom or
Sunday dress, and Toddler
Miss, heirloom attire.
Petite, Preteen, Jr., Teen
and Miss will compete at
6:30 p.m. These contestants
should be at the Civic
Center no later than 5:45
p.m.
There will be a People's
Choice award winner in
each category. (This has no
effect on overall winners.)
It is for the contestant from
each age category who
collects the most money.
The winner will receive a
trophy at the pageant.


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Door admission
is $4 per adult. This
applies to all individuals
with the exception of
contestants. Admission
is free to children 3
yeard old and under.
For further
information, call Teresa
Bush, (850) 263-4744
days and (850) 263-
3072 nights.


John Parrish, member of the C.A.R., serves tea to the
Bowden/Jordan table. Seated from left are Nancy Pond,
Melba Atkins, Glenda Bowden, Carolyn Jordan, Laura
Pond and Kerry Pond. Jamie Emery Russell, standing,
chats with friends made when she paged at the state
DAR conference.


a member of Blue Springs
Society, C.A.R., where she
can continue membership
until the age of 22.
Lady Gray tea was served
with savories, scones, tea
bread and fancies presented
on an old-fashioned epergne
in the center of each table.
The servers, Blue Springs
Society members John,
Markie and Marshall
Parrish and Gabrielle
Simpson, kept the teapots
and water pitchers filled.
Arrangements of fresh
fall flowers by member
Brenda Shiver adorned
the party rooms. The table
appointments of fine china,
fragile crystal and antique
silver were provided by the
individual table hostesses.
Guest of honor, State
Regent Sue Bratton, told
of the great need for funds
at the Haley House and
mentioned that FSSDAR
had raised $73,000 for this
state project. Afterward,
Chipola Treasurer Sharon
Wilkerson said the chapter
had raised $1,000 for
the Haley House with
Constitution Week activities
as she presented the check
to Bratton.
Chipola Chapter,
NSDAR meets on the third
Monday of the month with
members and prospective
members from Bay,
Calhoun, Gadsden, Holmes,
Jackson, Leon, Liberty and
Washington counties.
For information, contact
Regent Dorcas Jackson at
579-2103.


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Faith


Wednesday, November 5,2008


To fly



like an




eagle

The first things people notice, as
they walk in my office, are the eagles.
You see, there are eagle statuettes
from two inches high to two feet tall.
There are eagle cups, eagle plates,
an eagle lamp and pictures of eagles
all around the room. One of these
pictures is three by five feet and
screams to be noticed. I even wear
a tie that has eagles all over it. It's
not that I like any
particular sports
team or just the
American eagle
symbol. You see,
all these eagles are
gifts from family
FtH e and friends, because
I claimed Isaiah
Heart 40:31 as my life
Tim Hall verse early in my
ministry.
You probably don't know, but Ill
confess, I was one of those hyperactive
children and am a hyperactive adult.
Soon after I became a young adult, I
could not understand why all adults
were not hyperactive, and honestly,
I still question it at times. I'm only
considered hyperactive because I like
to stay busy and see things done and
completed while moving to the next
project or need. But I have found out
most of the world is not like that and
usually doesn't care for hyperactive
people. It seems everyone wants to
slow us go-getters down.
As I mentioned, as a young adult
working and pastoring my first church,
I came across Isaiah 40:31, and it
spoke strongly to me. No, God was not
telling me to stop or even to slow down
but set a pace that did not get ahead of
what He wanted to teach me and to a
pace others could travel at also. Then
as I began to claim this verse and apply
it to my life, I found so much truth in it.
I discovered you could fly as an eagle
when you're not just working for the
Lord but working with him and his
Church.
I hope you see what I'm trying to
say. Alone, it is difficult to even get
off the ground, almost impossible,
but with the help of others who He
has called and as He strengthens us,
all things are possible. Eagles do not
find it hard to fly, because they don't
depend on themselves as much as they
trust in the wind, for without the wind
beneath their wings, they would not fly.
This concept of flying like an
eagle does not only apply toward
projects around the church and
the commission the church has to
reach others. It also applies to our
daily walk. The average American
is not hyperactive but hyper-selfish.
We see it, we want it, we get it,
without considering the real cost.
Not realizing that debt is a bondage
that may allow us to have what we
think we desire, while keeping us
from having that which we really
need. Getting that which we desire
is what destroys homes. The house
may be beautiful, but the home does
not exist because there is no time for
one another, and without the unified
support God designed for us to have
in a home, the home cannot fly;
neither can you.
Do you find yourself tired, not able
to rest? Is it because, though you are
part of a busy world, but in reality you
are alone? Are you working for things
you desire, thinking they will satisfy
your lust and bring you happiness?
How long has it been since you soared
like an eagle and truly enjoyed the
pleasures God gave us freely? No,
you may not need to stop dead in
your tracks, but you may need to
reevaluate your priorities and begin to
move at a pace in your life, to which
the One, who will help you soar, is at.
"But they that wait upon the
LORD shall renew their strength;
they shall mount up with wings as
eagles; they shall run and not be
weary, and they shall walk and not
faint (Isaiah 40:31 KJV)."
This message has been brought to
you From the Heart of Timn Hall, senior


pastor Gully Springs Baptist Church,
2824 Highway 90 West, (850) 547-3920,
timhall 2000@yahoo.com.


BAPTIST COLLEGE OF FLORIDA


BCM Director Brianne Eure and BCF senior Matt LeHew unpack supplies to be assembled and mailed for the Caregiver Kit
Ministry.



BCF participates in World


Vision's caregiver kit ministry


David Coggins, assistant
professor of leadership and
director of distance learning,
and Brianne Eure, Baptist
Collegiate Ministries (BCM)
director at The Baptist College
of Florida (BCF) in Graceville,
have discovered a new venue
of ministry for students and
faculty. Through World
Vision's Caregiver Kit Ministry,
participants collect money,
assemble caregiver kits and
send them to fight the AIDS
pandemic in Africa, Asia and
South America.
According to World Vision,
AIDS is one of the greatest
humanitarian tragedies of this
age. Killing more than 3 million
people per year, AIDS has left
millions of children throughout
Africa and other countries
without parents. With the kits,
caregivers in Africa, Asia and
South America are provided
with basic medical supplies to
assist in treating AIDS. The
Caregiver Kit Ministry is a
practical and beneficial way to
share the love of Christ and
comfort those in need.
The faculty, students and
staff assembled 50 caregiver kits
on Oct. 25, which will be mailed.
For more information on World
Vision's Caregiver Kit Ministry,
contact Brianne Eure at (800)
328-2660, ext. 409.

Spring advising and
registration begin
The Baptist College of


BCF Registrar Stephanie Orr provides guidance to incoming
students during orientation.
Florida (BCF) in Graceville students, pastors, youth
is taking applications for the ministers, guidance counselors
January and spring semesters, and parents are encouraged
Admissions counselors and to visit the campus and see
faculty advisors are available to firsthand the college that is
discuss degree requirements, "Changing the World Through
transfer credit and educational the Unchanging Word."
and career goals. Prospective Areas of study will include


biblical studies, Christian
counseling, elementary
education, English, history
and social studies, music,
contemporary worship ministry,
leadership and Christian
education, media technology,
ministry, missions and secondary
education.
In addition to the programs
available on the Graceville
campus, BCF offers degrees
online and at three extension
sites: Pensacola, Jacksonville,
and Orlando. Tb view the
complete list of courses
developed to train leaders for
today as well as tomorrow, visit
www.baptistcollege.edu or call
(850) 263-3261, ext. 460.

BCF Fall Preview Day
to be Friday, Nov. 14
The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville will
hold its Fall Preview Day on
Friday, Nov. 14.
Beginning at 9 a.m.
prospective students and parents
are invited to spend time on the
Graceville campus exploring
the degree programs, meeting
the faculty and staff, gathering
information on financial
aid, learning the computer
and library capabilities and
experiencing student activities
on campus.
To register, contact the BCF
Admissions Office at (800) 328-
2660, ext. 460 or simply register
online at www.baptistcollege.
edu.


God removes our sin


One rainy afternoon, I was
driving along one of the main
streets of town, taking those
extra precautions necessary when
the roads are wet and
slick Suddenly, my
son Matthew spoke .
up from his relaxed
position in the front
seat.
"I've been thinking
of something." This
announcement usually LC
meant he had been LIht
pondering some fact LWes v
for a while and was now
ready to expound all that his agile
7-year-old mind had discovered.
I was eager to hear.
"What are you thinking?" I
asked.


"The rain," he began, "is like
sin, and the windshield wipers
are like God, wiping our sins
away."
After the chill bumps
raced up my arms, I was
able to respond.
"That's really good,
Matthew." Then my
curiosity broke in. How far
would this little boy take
this revelation?
So I asked, "Do you
hine notice how the rain keeps
+b on coming? What does
that tell you?"
Matthew didn't hesitate one
moment with his answer "We
keep on sinning, and God just
keeps on forgiving us."
I will always remember this


whenever I turn my wipers on.
Isn't it comforting to know that
God does keep forgiving us?
That all we have to do is follow
the commands written in His
word and become a Child of God
He will keep washing our sins
away when we come to Him in
repentance (Rom. 6:14)?
I hope each of you remember
this when you turn on your
wipers. God does keep forgiving
when we invite him into our life.
Through obedience to His word,
we can become His child and
have our sins forgiven (Acts 2:38).
'This is the message which we
have heard from Him and declare
to you, that God is light, and in
Him is no darkness at alL If we
say we have fellowship with Him


and walk in darkness, we lie and
do not practice the truth. But if
we walk in the light as He is in the
light, we have fellowship with one
another, and the blood of Jesus
Christ His Son cleanses us from
all sin. If we say that we have no
sin, we deceive ourselves, and the
truth is not in us. If we confess
our sins, He is faithful and just to
forgive us our sins and to cleanse
us from all unrighteousness. Ifwe
say that we have not sinned, we
make Him a liar, and His word is
not in us" (1 John 1:5-10 NKJ).

This message has been
provided by Wes Webb, evangelist,
Chipley Church of Christ, 1295
Brickyard Road, Chioley, FL
32428, (850) 638-2366


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Faith


Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Holmes County Times-Advertiser/Washington County News B5


MINISTRY NEWS


Bethlehem Baptist selling cookbooks to fund missions


The ladies of Bethlehem
Baptist Church are selling
cookbooks to finance their mission
projects and activities. "Sharing
Our Best With a Circle of Friends"
is available at Selah's Grocery on
Highway 2 at Miller Crossroads,
or call Anita at 547-3997 to order.
The cost is $12, and it comes with
hard cover and an easel to hold it
up while you cook.

Blue Lake holding fall
festival on Saturday
Blue Lake Baptist Church will
hold its first-ever fall festival from
3-6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8. There
will games and prizes, a cakewalk
and a chili contest.
Hot dogs and refreshments will
be served. The church also is
collecting food for the community
food pantry. Anyone who wants
to bring a canned food item is
encouraged to do so.


Bethel Baptist holding
Veterans Day service
Bethel Baptist Church in
Graceville will celebrate a special
Veterans Day service Sunday,
Nov. 9, along with its annual
Harvest Day dinner. A salute
to the military, both active and
veterans, with a guest speaker,
patriotic music presentation by
the church choir and a soloist will
replace the normal order of the
worship hour.
All active duty military are
encouraged to come in uniform.
Veterans also may wear uniforms.


A free dinner will be served in the
new ministry building following
the services.
"Bring the family and join us
for a very moving tribute to the
men and women who protect
our country and your freedom,"
said Brenda Christmas, publicity
chairman.
The church is located at 1349
Hwy. 173, just south of County 2.

Bonnett Pond to host
Thanksgiving dinner
Bonnett Pond Church
welcomes residents to a free
community Thanksgiving dinner
at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6.
Swiftwater will offer patchwork
memories of music at 7 p.m. The
church is located at 2680 Bonnett
Pond Road, between Wausau and
Vernon.

Esto's Great Preaching
series begins Nov. 11
First Baptist church in Esto will
host its sixth annual Fabulous Fall
of Great Preaching and Singing
beginning Thesday, Nov. 11.
Dr. Rich Elligson, Assistant
Professor of Missions, Baptist
College of Florida, will deliver the
message, and Ashley Unzicker &
The Bethel Baptist Ladies Trio will
provide music.
On Nov. 18, Dr. John Sullivan,
executive director of the Florida
Baptist Convention, Emily Begue
and Doug Hemanes will provide
music.
On Nov. 25, Brady Wells will


provide music.
Service begins at 6:30 p.m.
nightly. There will be a time of food
and fellowship afterwards as well.

Organist to hold concert
in DeFuniak Springs
The First United Methodist
Church of DeFuniak Springs will
host a concert by artist Aram
Basmadjian at 3 p.m. Nov. 16.
Basmadijan is one of the most
accomplished young organ
virtuosos in America.
The church is at 88 Circle Drive
in historic DeFuniak Springs. For
information or directions, call
(850) 892-5332 or (850) 892-2690.
Donations will be accepted at the
concert.

West Bonifay Church
holding Homecoming
West Bonifay Baptist Church,
609 West Indiana Ave, will be
celebrating Homecoming at the
11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, morning
worship service. David Eddins, a
former pastor, will be the speaker.
Dinner will follow the worship
service. Everyone is invited to
attend, former members and
visitors.

Lighthouse Assembly
to hold yard sale
Lighthouse Assembly of God of
Bonifay will hold a yard sale Friday
and Saturday, Nov. 7-8, at State 79
south and State 90. Items will be
sold from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday


and 7 a.m. to noon Saturday. A
Saturday morning special will be
homemade sausage biscuits for
$1.25. Coffee to go with them will
be 50 cents. Donations will be
welcome. For more information,
contact Pauline at 535-7451.

Live Oak Assembly
holding Fall Festival
Live Oak Assembly of God,
2118 Live Oak Road, Bonifay, will
host a Fall Festival from 4-6 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 8. They will have
giant slide, putt-putt golf, surprise
pool, cakewalk, prizes and grilled
hot dogs. Some prizes are Wal-
Mart gift certificates, Burger King
kid card, McDonald's kid card,
pizza hut and Hardees.
For information call 547-4603
or 547-3451.

"Revive us again" rally
to begin Monday
The "Revive us again" Rally;
begins Monday, Nov. 10. Nightly
services start at 6:30 p.m. at Living
Waters Restoration Healing and
Training Center at 1606 Hwy.
179, Bonifay, (10 miles north of
Caryville), formerly Christian
Shelter/LWO.E youth camp.
Speakers will be Jerre Russell
Richter on Monday; Thesday,
Janet German; Wednesday,
Phillip Meeks; Thursday, Nathan
Harris; Friday, J. Patt Bilick; and
Saturday, Bob Baldwin.
Sunday morning service begins
at 10 a.m. For information, call,
Leigh at (850) 849-5068, J. Patt,


(850) 849-0076, Jerre, 547-5941 or
Living Waters at (850) 956-2118.

Johnna Kay Pierce
to perform Saturday
Johnna Kay Pierce will be in
concert at 6:30 p.m. Saturday,
Nov. 8, at Poplar Head FreeWill
Baptist Church off County 280 on
Bonner and Poplar Head Road.
For more information, call
(850) 547-3859 or 547-1678.

Naomi and the Segos
to be in Bethlehem
Naomi and the Segos will be
at Bethlehem Baptist Church
on Sunday, Nov. 9 during the
morning worship service. The
church is north of Bonifay on
County 177, three miles south
of Miller's Cross Roads. For
information, call 956-3080 or
547-3997.

Carmel Assembly to
serve chicken dinner
Old-time Chicken Purleu will
be served from 4-8 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 6, at Carmel Assembly of
God on Highway 160, between
State 79 and County 177.
"This all-you-can-eat meal is $6
per person," said Pastor Thomas
L Moore. "Children under 6 eat
free."
There will be lots of fellowship
with friends and neighbors, as well
as good gospel music. The purleu
is available for those who want to
dine in or take their meal home.


HOUSES OF WORSHIP


African Methodflt Epiecepl
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin Lu-
ther King, Chipley Pastor is the Rev. Larry
Brown-
New Belhel AME: IHwy. 90 in Bonifay,
Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME- 3816 Clemwons Road.
Vernon. Service on first and third Sun-
days am 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
Singleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe Shel-
fieid Rd., Chpley. Pastor is the Rev. Roy
Hudson,
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson Commu-
nity Road, Vernon Service on second arnd
fourth Sunday al 11 a.m., The Rev. Leon
Singleton, pastor
Asembly of God
Bonifay Firsi Assembly: 1009 S.
Waukesha St Pastor is John Chance.
Carmal Assembly of God: County
Road 160 In the Bethlehemr Community.
Pastor is Tommy Moore.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
St. Pastor the Rev Dallas Pettis,
Cords l1 Love Assembly of God:
2060 Betlehiem Road, off I-y 276. In the
Kynesvie area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assenmbly of God: Hwy. 79 South.
Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School. Pastor
is Charles Carton.
Graceville Firs1 Assembly of God: 5665
Brown Siree. Pastor is Charles Jackson.
Lighhouse Assembly of God. 1201 S.
Waukesha Strel (State 79) Bonitay. Sun-
day Schcol 10 a.m., Sunday services 11
a.m. and 6 p.m., every second Wednesday
fellowship supper. Pastor Michael Presley
L4tte Rock Assembly of God: 1923I
Hwy 173. six miles north of Bonifay Pastor
Sthe Revy. Ben Peters.
Lee Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Hwy. 177-A north of Bonitay. Pastor is the
Reav. William Walker.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy. 179-
A off Hwy. 2. Pastor Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Peasant Assembly of God; Hwy,
179-A, eight miles north of Westville. Pastor
e the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethany Assembly of God: Shaky
Joe Road pust oIl Hwy. 29 at Hinsons
Crossroads, Pastor is Leon Jenkins.
New Life Fellowship Assently of God:
695 5th St.. Chipley. Pastor Vince Spencer
New Smyrna Assenbly of God, Adolph
Whitaker Road six miles north of Bonifay.
The Rev Josh Garner is pastor,
Noma Assently of God: 1062 Tindel
Street, Noma Pastor is Jerry Less.
Norlnhide Assembly of God: 1009 N
Rangeline St., across from Bonifay Semen-
lary. Pastor Edwin Bell
Smith Chapel Assembly of God: 2549
Smith Chapel Road, Iust off Hwy 177-A.
Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God Church: 3349
McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the Rev. Wesley
Hall.
Wauseu Assembly of God: Hwy. 77.
Pastor is Danny Bums.
Weslville Assembly of God: Hwy 181
North. Paslor is Lavon Burke.
Winterve Assembly of God: Dogwood
Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch Johnson
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon.
Berean 8aplst: 1438 Newarig -is
Road in Chipley Pastor is Jesse Bowen,
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy. 77.
Belhany Baptist: 10 miles north of Boni-
fay on qy. 79. Pastor is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist Hwy. 177. Pastor is
Or. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baitist: Coursey Road a
half-mile off Hwy. 81 Pastor is David I-kle.
Blue Lake Baplist: So.utheast corner
where 1.10 and Highway 77 cross on the
lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N. Waukesha.
Pastor Shelley Chandler
Bonifay Free Will Baplis: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street. Pas-
lor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptisi: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Hemrnon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1320 South Blvd.
Pastor is Michael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will Baplist 1387
South Blvd. Pastor Is the Rev. Paul Smith.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks: 574
Buckhlon Blvd.. 17 fmies soulheast of Chi-


pley off Orange
Easi Pittman Freewill Baptistl: 1/2 rrile
north of Hwy 2 on 179. Pastor Is Herman
Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Hwy. 277. Vernon.
Esto Frst Baptist 1050 N Hwy 79, Pas-
tar is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
Westvie.
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
Blvd, in Sunny Hills, Interim Pastor is the
Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baplist Church, 2249 I-y 179.
Pastor Fodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist Three miles west
of Bonifay on Hwy, 90. Pastor Tim Hall.
HI-kory I- Baplist: 1656 Hickory Hill
Road (Hwy. 161 N). Westville,
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chipley.
Hofyneck Missionary Baptist: 3395
Cemetery Lane, Campbellton. Pastor Rich-
ard Pelerson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist: 614
Bennett Drive. Cripley. Price Wilson is
pastor.
Leonia BaptisL Chunch is localed in
northwest Holmes County, Pastor is Stacy
Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: 1745
Lovewood Road, Coflondale. Pasler is
Henry Matthews.
Mr Ararat Missionary Baptist: 1233
Old Bonifay Rd-, Chiplay Pastor s Dr. HG.
McColloughi.
Ml lZon Independent Bapiisht Htwy 2,
one mile west of "-y 79 In Esto Pastor is
Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptt: 1049 Sand-
ers Ave,. Graceville, Pastor is Rudolph
Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off Hwy. 177. Paslor James
Carney.
New Hope Baptist: Intersecton of
Hwys. 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baplist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road.
Greenwood.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Allord Road.
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptst: 761 New
Prosped FRoad, Chipley. Pastor is Kermit
Soileau.
New Z n Baptist: H1y 177-A north of
Hwy. 2.
Noma Baptist Hwy. 175 north of Iwy
2-
Nothside Baptist Intersection of Hwys.
81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon. Pastor is Ken
Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilberts MI roads. southeast of
Chipley.
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east of
Wausau, off Planeer Road at 3485 Galner
Road. Pastor Phillip Gainer
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist, B16
Sunday Rd., Chipley. Pastor If the Rev.
James Johre.
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist: 1783
Piney Grove Rd. south of Chioley Pastor is
Tim Owen-
Pleasant Hill Free Will Bapstet: 1900
Pleasant Hill Rd-
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pale.
Poplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor
John Howell.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555 Kynes-
vile Road (Hwy. 276) between Cononrdae
and Allord Pastor is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hils Baptist: 6758 HIy 77. Pas-
tor is T. Keith Gann.
Sthdy Groe Baptist Churct. 1955 Highi-
way 177-A, Bonday. Pastor, Tim Shumaker.
t. Jotn Free Wil Baplist Sa. John's
Road. Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St- Matfew's Road. Carywille. Pastor is the
Rev. James Johns.
Sh1ady Grove Baptist Church, 19566
Highway 177-A. Bortlay. 547-3517. Pastor
is Tim Shumaker,
Shoh Baptistl Church located ori Hwy.
277, three miles south of Hwy. 90 in Choley,
Shioh Missionary Baptist: 3013 Moss
Hill Road In nmon. Pastor Rev. Marcelous
Willis Jr
S. nny Hills Frst Baplist: 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swngle
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy. 177, a mie


south of Hwy, 2. Pastor is Maurice Jertkins,
Unity Baptist: 3274 Fver Road, Hirson's
Crossroads. Pastor Is Unidsey Martin.
Vernon Frst Baptist, 2888 Church aS.,
Vernon.
West Bonifay Baptet: 609 W Indiana
Ave.
Lutlheran
Grace Lutheran: HyW. 90 East, Banifay.
Interim pastor Is Jerry Corney.
Catholic
Biaesed Trlity Catholic: Hwy. 177-A in
Bonilay.
St. Joseph the WOrker Catholic: Hwy.
77 South, Ohlpiey.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church ol Christ: 1295 Brick-
yard Road Wes Webb is minister.
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N. Hwy.
79.
Churchtof God
Bonifay Churcth of God: Brock Ave.
Pastor is John Stamey.
Tabernaclea o Praise Church of God:
Hwy. 77 Souh Pastor is Viclor Fisher.
Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T. Powell.
Church of God in Christ
Yes Lord Deliveranoa Churchi od God in
Christ: 739 71h Street (next to the National
Guard Armory) in Chipley. Pastor is David
Woods, Jf.
Spirit-Filled Church of God in Chrst:
2121B Pale Pond Rd. Caryville. Pastor is El-
der Tony Howard.
Church of God in Prophecy
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386 W.
Jackson Ave.. Chipley. Paslr is Ernes1
Dupree.
St. Matthews Episcopal: I-Hwy- 90o West.
Chipley. Vicar Is Ward S. Clarke.
Holness
Hams Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on I-y. 179, Pastors are
ihe Rev. Noirman and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin Rd.,
Cottandale.
Third Urned Holiness: 608 West 8th
Ave,. Graceville Pastor is Arthur Fuion.
JhictvS's Wltnessee
Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witnesses:
2048 Hwy. 77. Chipley-
KIngdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Hwy 90, Bonilay
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama Ciiy
letam
Mosque available in Bloutistown.
First United Pentecostal: 1816 Hwy. 90
W., Chipley. Pastor is James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal. 2100 Highway
90 West, Weslville. Pastor Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Hwy 179-A,Wesiville Pastor is Ray
Connell.
Trinity Penteooslal Tabernacle: Hwy. 77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead. Pas-
lor Is Larry Willoughby.
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Liltle Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis D.
Brown
Turning Point First United Pentecoslal:
Hwy 90 West, Chipley. Pastor is James
Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick,
Fifth Lnited Periecostal Holliress
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley Pastor
is Eler Billy Wilson and Assistant Paster is
Evangeist B. Snipes.
Seventh Day Adyentil
Bonifay Seventh Day Advertist- 604
Mathusek St Pastor is Jeff Westberg,
Bethlehem United Methodist: Hwy.
177. look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: OCahoma
Street,
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
mineswest of Miller's Crossroads on H-vy. 2.
Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Melhodist: 1285
Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist: Hwy.
173 N.. 10 miles from Bonifay
Lakeview United Methodist1: Hwy. 279
near Five Points. 1970 Lakewew Drrve. Pas-
lor Mike Weeks.
Mt. ika Congregational Metlhodist:
Just off Hwy. 2 r Holmes Countys New
Hope community. Pastor is the Rev. Torn


Whiddon.
New Hope Uried Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman,
Otter Creek United Melhodist: North of
Ponce de Leon off Hwy. 81 {look for sign),.
Reasant Grove United Method-
Ist 2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Crossroads
Poplar Head Uniled Methodist 1.5
miles north of H-wy 2 on Hwy. 163,.
Red Hill United Methodist: State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor a the
Rev. Buddy Penninglon.
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy 79.
Pastor is John Kramer
WVausu United Melhodist: I-My 77.
Chiptey First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768 Country
Club Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth Kelley
Other
The Church of Jesus Christ of Let-
ter-day Sants,Norllh Ride. Bonifay, Roriada
32425 (850)547-1254 or (850)547-4557
Bnrifay Ward: Bishop Joshua BowAen Chi-
play Ward Bishop Charles Munns
Courts of Praises 1720 Ciayton Road,
Chipley. Pastor Is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship, 844
Main Street Chipley- Pastor Joey Robbins.
Family Worship Center 531 Rock Hill
Church Road.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283Hwy. 77 Pas,
tor is William E. Holman
Northwest Rorda Christian Church:
4465 Hwy 77,
Amazing Grace Failh Fellowship As-
sembly: 3253 Hvw. 2. Pastor is Bobby
Tidwell-
New Effort Church: New Effort Church
Road, Bornfay Pastor is Brent Jones.
Christian Haven: Finch Cirde, Wausau.
Pastor Carlos Finch,
Vernon Evangelistico: Hwy. 79. Pastor
Keithl Mashbum.
While Double Pond: Pastor is Michael
Monk
Liberty Church: Creek Road in Vernon.
Pastor is Dennis Boyeat.
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave Pastor Dale Worle,
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottoialae, Pastors are Buddy and Jeanne
Steele.
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave-, Chiplay Pastor is Debbie
Weams.
House of Prayer Worship Center: 763
West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B. McKirmie.
Northwest Florida Chrelian Church.
4465 Hwy. 77 {meets Sundays at 6 p.m.
for BEble study). Pastor Is Fred King.
Moss Hill Church. Second and fourth
Sundays, 2 p.m. Old Hwy. 279
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach Cor-
ner of Reno and Fanning Branch, Vernon.
Pastors are Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pastors: B.T. Ow-
ens and James Bush
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Alfora at 1772 Macedo,
nia Road. Pastor is James Vickery-
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnetl Pond Rd, between Wausau
and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev. Teddy Joe
Bcs,.
The Potters Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Hwy- 77 and Pine Log Road.
Pastors are Robert and Sheila Smith
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vemon. Pas-
tors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Bcnifay House of Prayer: 826 N
Caryville Rd. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road. Cottondate.
Faith Covenant Fellowship: Hwy. 277
half-mile south of 1-10.
Caryville Evangelistic Cener; Wright's
Creek Road in Caryville. just north of Hwy.
90. Pastor is Wayne Brannon,
Someone To Care International Minis-
tries, Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Rd, Chipley, Just
2.5 miles east of caution lighl in Wausau.
Pastor Is thm Rev. S- J. Cunnilngham.
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley
1301 Main St. (old Chuckaegon), Chipley,
Sunday services 10.30 a.m. Pastor as Larry
Copan.


We Cannot Hide From Our Sins
We often think that if we do something alone in the
dark, no one will know of our bad actions,and that we can
effectively hide this from others. But what we are neglect-
ing to see is that we cannot hide our sins from ourselves.
If we steal from others,
we are a thief whether
anyone else knows
about it or not; and
Remember you and
God both know about
it. Even someone who
literally gets away with
murder has to live with
the knowledge that
they are a murderer.
S The punishment for sin
and evil is immediate.
The man who steals
becomes a thief, the
man who murders be-
comes a murderer, and
the one who lies has become a liar. What one does, one
becomes.
And try though we might, we cannot hide this from
ourselves. Behavior, whether good or bad, is like a mirror,
in that it reflects the true nature of the person. However,
the good news is that God will forgive us, and we can
make the commitment to become a better person. In the
end, like a shadow, both our good and our bad deeds fol-
low us wherever we go. And, the burden of a good life is
much easier to carry around than that of a sinful one.If we
say we have no sin, we deceive
ourselves,and the truth is not in us.
If we confess our sins, He is faithful andjust to forgive us our
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OBITUARIES

Harlan Daryl
Owens
Harlan Daryl Owens,
61, of Vernon, died Oct. 26
at Doctors Memorial Hos-
pital in Bonifay. He was
born Dec. 29, 1946, in Do-
than, Ala., to the late James
Harlon and Ruth Taylor
Owens.
Survivors include his
wife, Elouise Finch Owens
of Vernon; a son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Scott and Shaw-
na Owens of Vernon; two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Hope and Scottie Corbin
and Sherri and Johnny
Evans, all of Vernon; two
stepsons and their wives,
Wayne and Andrea Locke
of Chipley and Denny and
Christy Locke of Battle
Ground,Wash.;astepdaugh-
ter and her husband, Cindy
and Duran Harrison of
Ebro; 10 grandchildren; and
eight stepgrandchildren.
A funeral was held
Oct. 29 at Piney Grove
Free Will Baptist Church
with the Rev. Tim Owen
officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.



Corey Stubbs
Corey Andrew Stubbs,
29, of Bonifay, died Oct. 22
at his home in Bonifay.
He is survived by his wife,
Teresa Darlene (Thomas)
Stubbs; his father, Gordon
Stubbs and wife, Anita, of
Vernon; his mother, Patri-
cia (Nellums) Windham
and husband, Bascom, of
Echo, Ala.; grandparents,
Myrtle Nellums of Chi-
pley and June Baylor of St.
Mary's, Ga.; two stepbroth-
ers, Norman Taylor of Boni-
fay and Randy Windham of
Midland City, Ala.; and a
stepsister, Donna Chavis of
Headland, Ala.
Graveside services were
held Oct. 27 at Glenwood
Cemetery in Chipley with
the Rev. Ernie Dupree
officiating.
Sims Funeral Home Inc.
of Bonifay was in charge of
arrangements.


James L.
Murray
James Lloyd (Jimmy)
Murray, 59, died at his
home in Slidell, La., on
Oct. 25. He was the son of
Wayne and Betty Murray of
Chipley. He attended Chi-
pley High School and after
graduation attended Embry
Riddle Aeronautical School
in Dayton Beach. Murray
worked for Chevron in New
Orleans for 18 years.
His wife, Sharon, died
one week before him. His
mother, Betty Murray, died
the same day.
Three daughters and a
son-in-law, Melinda and
Dave Oney, Melissa Chaney
and Rana Penn; one son
and daughter-in-law, Sean
and Christy Murray; and
one sister, Judy and hus-
band, Ray Christiansen,
survive him.
Services were held at
Slidell Church of Christ.


Edwin Glover
Edwin R. Glover, 80,
of Vernon, died Oct. 26 at
his residence. He was born
June 6, 1928, in Midland
City, Ala., to Carl and Myr-
tle (Sellers) Glover.
Glover worked as a
farmer and cattleman. He
had lived in this area since
coming from Plant City in
1985. He was a U.S. Army
veteran and a member of
Shiloh Baptist Church.
Survivors include his
wife, Iris Glover of Vernon;
one son and daughter-in-
law, Gary and Aldrey Glov-
er of Vernon; one daughter,
Kathy Register of Ocala;
two brothers, Sellers Gro-
ver and Ray Glover, both
of Plant City; three sisters,
Christine Mercer of Forrest
Park, Ga., Liba Mae Woods
and Martha Durrance, both
of Plant City; and three
grandchildren.
A funeral was held Oct.
29 at Shiloh Baptist Church
with the Rev. Gary Wiggins
officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley
directing.


Dorris Hathaway
Dorris Ruby Hathaway,
93, of Bonifay, died Oct. 25
at Doctors Memorial Hospi-
tal in Bonifay. She was born
March 4, 1915, in Bonifay
to Isaiah and Willsey Carter
Elliott.
She was preceded in
death by her parents; her
husband, J.C. Hathaway;
two sons, Jerry Hathaway
and Billy Joe Hathaway;
and two daughters, Annie
Ruth Retherford and Wilsie
Williams.
Survivors include three
daughters and sons-in-law,
Sherrie and Stan Powers
of Ozark, Ala., Sandra and
Don Robinson and Ola Jean
and Noel Cutchen, all of
Bonifay; 19 grandchildren;
and 25 great-grandchildren.
A funeral was held Oct.
27 at New Effort Church
with the Rev. Chris Carroll
officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.



Mary G. Sanders
Mary G. "Trude" Sand-
ers, 97, of Panama City, died
Oct. 24 at a hospital there.
She was born in Washington
County and had lived in the
Panama City area most of
her life.
She was a homemaker
and a member of Gap Pond
Freewill Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, James
Sanders.
Survivors include a
daughter, Mary N. Boring
of Panama City; sister, Lacy
Dean of Phenix City, Ala.;
sister-in-law, Marcella Finch
of Knoxville, Tenn.; a special
cousin, Leola McQuagge of
Bonifay; a caregiver, June
Bacon; three grandchil-
dren; five great-grandchil-
dren; and many nieces and
nephews.
A funeral was held Oct.
27 at Gap Pond Freewill
Baptist Church with the Rev.
Carlos Finch officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Kent-For-
est Lawn Funeral Home of
Panama City directing.


Gerald L.
Willingham
Gerald Lee Willingham,
46, of Ponce de Leon, died
Oct. 27 at Bonifay Nursing
and Rehab Center. He was
born Aug. 28,1962, in Miami.
Willingham is survived by
two daughters, Katie Willing-
ham of Bonifay and Kandice
Willingham of Fort Bragg,
N.C; his mother, Katherine
Lloyd of Leeds, Ala.; one
brother, Eugene Harris Jr. of
Leeds; two sisters, Cindy Bush
and Crystal O'Barr, both of
Leeds; and one grandson.
Graveside services were
held Oct. 30 at Old Mt. Zion
Baptist Church Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.

Lois B. Hood
Lois Belle Hood, 89,
of Vernon, died Oct. 30 at
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital in Chipley. A
native of Washington County,
she was born Dec. 31, 1918,
to the late Oliver Perry and
Annie Rebecca May Hood.
In addition to her parents,
two brothers, Roy Hood
and Auburn Hood, and two
sisters, Ola Dunn and Lola
Page, preceded her in death.
Survivors include a sister,
Lucille BrockofVernon; three
nieces; and nine nephews. Fu-
neral services were held Nov.
2 at Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church. Inter-
ment followed in the church
cemetery with the Rev. Alan
English officiating and Peel
Funeral Home directing.

Lisa M. Carroll
Lisa Marie Carroll, 37, of
Chipley, died Oct. 22 at her
home. She was born April 13,
1971, in Panama City. She had
lived in this area since moving
from Dallas four years ago.
She was a receptionist for
Eastern Marine and was of
the Pentecostal faith,
Survivors include her par-
ents, Philip and Linda (Adki-
son) Carroll of Sunny Hills;
and a brother, Christopher
Carroll of Dallas.
Brown Funeral Home
of Chipley was in charge of
arrangements.


Exa Mae
Shawley
Exa Mae Nails Shawley,
70, of Bonifay, died Oct. 10
at Doctors Memorial Hospi-
tal in Bonifay.
She was preceded in death
by her father, Curtis Spen-
ce; a husband, Chic Nails;
daughter, Billie Nails; and a
brother, Doyle Lee Spence.
Survivors include her
mother, Estelle Stiller of
Wausau; a son and daughter-
in-law, Eddie and Libby NaIls
of Chipley; three daughters
and two sons-in-law, Brenda
Bennett, Rosie and C.W. Wil-
liams and Pollie and Hoddley
Peoples, all of Bonifay; one
brother and sister-in-law,
Curtis and Luvern Spence of
Chipley; three sisters and two
brothers-in-law, Lois Smith,
Marvelle and Roland Tiller,
all of Wausau, and Yvonne
and Mike of Mississippi;
nine grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Services were held Oct.
12 in the funeral home's
Brickyard Road Chapel with
the Rev. James Barwick
officiating.
Burial was in Glenwood
Cemetery with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley
directing.


Shirley Leavins
Shirley Sims Leavins, 80,
of Graceville, died Oct. 27 at
Flowers Hospital in Dothan,
Ala.
Her parents, Clarence
and Fannie Grant Sims; a sis-
ter, Anna Laura Toole; and a
brother, Jim Sims, preceded
her in death.
Survivors include her
daughter, Anne Johnson
and husband, Donahue, of
Graceville; two sisters, Mary
Lou Paulk of Campbellton
and Bessie Hart of Gracev-
ille; sister-in-law, Margie
Sims; and a host of nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Oct. 30 at the Chapel
of James & Lipford Funeral
Home.
Burialwillfollow in Marvin
Chapel Cemetery with James
& Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.


Willie Mae Lamb
Willie Mae (Big Mama)
Lamb, 102, died Oct. 29 at
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital. She was bom
Oct. 2,1906, in Cottonwood,
Ala, to John Wesley Varnum
and Molly Suggs.
She had been a resident
of Chipley for more than 59
years, moving there from
Graceville. She was a mem-
ber of the Hodgesville Bap-
tist Church but attended New
Prospect Baptist Church.
Lamb was preceded in
death by her husband, Wil-
liam Houston Lamb; one
son, Jimmy Lamb; and a
daughter, Edna Wilson.
Survivors include three
sons and daughters-in-law,
Ernest and Lela Barnes of
Chesapeake, Va., Johnny and
Linda Lamb of Southport
and Billy and Vicki Lamb
of Graceville; one daughter,
Betty Strickland of Chipley;
two sisters, Marie Hughes
and Hazel Hodge, both of
Dothan, Ala.; 18 grand-
children; 38 great-grand-
children; and numerous
great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held Oct. 31
in the funeral home chapel
with the Rev. Kermit Soleau
officiating.
Burial was in Wachob
Cemetery with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley
directing.

Rhonalda M.
Ross
Rhonalda Myrle Ross, 79,
of Bonifay, died Oct. 28 at
her home. She was born Oct.
17, 1929, in Dothan, Ala., to
William and Scinnie Everett
Defnall.
Her parents and her hus-
band, William Ross, preced-
ed her in death.
Survivors include a son,
Richard Ross of Tampa; two
daughters, Angela Ander-
son of Graceville and Karen
Ross of Bonifay; one brother,
Billy Defnall of Dothan; one
sister, Mary Dykes and hus-
band, Paul, of Enterprise,
Ala.; seven grandchildren;
and nine great-grandchil-
dren. Memorilization was by
cremation with Peel Funeral
Home directing,


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5
CLOSED: Wausau
Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon
Library open
10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Holmes Council on Aging
provides hot meals and
socialization.
10 a.m. 2 p.m. The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the
public every Wednesday
from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. and
meetings are the fourth
Wednesday of the month
at 2 p.m.
10:30 a.m.-Chipley
Garden Club luncheon/
meeting. Call 638-2111 for
information.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis
Club meeting, held at
Blitch's Restaurant in
Bonifay.
1 p.m. Line dancing,
Washington Council on
Aging in Chipley
7 p.m.-Depression and
Bipolar Support Group-
meets at First Baptist
Church educational annex


building in Bonifay. Call
547-4397,
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting,
held at Ponce de Leon
Methodist Church on Main
Street in Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY, NOV. 6
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
11:30 a.m.-Friends of the
Washington County Library
meeting, held at Chipley
Woman's Club building,
Noon-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly
Fellowship, Chipley.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
4 p.m.-Chipley City
Council workshop, held at
Chipley City Hall,
4:30 p.m.-Holmes
County Historical Society
meeting, held at Historical
Society building, located


at 412 Kansas Ave. in
Bonifay.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting,
held at Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, located three
miles north of Bonifay on
Hwy, 79,
6 p.m.-Holmes County
Tax Watch meets at
Simbo's Restaurant on Hwy
79 in Bonifay.
6 p.m.-Ponce de Leon
City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, located on Hwy. 2
in Holmes County.

FRIDAY, NOV. 7
CLOSED: Wausau
Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m,-Holmes
County Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon
Library open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and
socialization,
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau
Library preschool
storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington




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Burial Insurance
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850-260-5265


Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys.
Admission $5; Children
12 and under free with
parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available,
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.

SATURDAY, NOV. 8
CLOSED
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes
County Library open.
CLOSED: Wausau
Library, Chipley Library,
Vernon Library
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys.
Admission $5; Children
12 and under free with
parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available,
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting,
held at Bonifay Methodist
Church, Oklahoma Street.

SUNDAY, NOV. 9
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held in the board room at
Graceville-Campbellton
Hospital Boardroom,
Graceville.

MONDAY, NOV. 10
CLOSED: Holmes
County Library, Wausau
Library, Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games,


activities, hot meals and
socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
5 p.m.-VFW Post 10085
regular monthly meeting,
held at posthome, located
on Highway 279 North
in Vernon. For more
information, call 638-4002.
5:30 p.m.-Washington
County School Board
meeting.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-
Salvation Army Domestic
Violence and Rape Crisis
Program (SADVP) will
be hosting a domestic
violence support group
each Monday. The meeting
will be held at the SADVP
Rural Outreach office at
1461 S. Railroad Avenue,
apartment one, in Chipley.
Call Emma or Jess at 415-
5999.
6:00 p.m.-Bonifay City
Council meeting.
6:00 p.m. Five Points
Crime Watch Supper will
be served at 6 p.m. For
more information, call 535-
2312 or 535-2657.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-
Conversational English
classes for internationals,
held at Shiloh Baptist
Church. Contact church
office, 638-1014 or Karma
Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City
Council meeting.
7:30 p.m.-Vernon
Masonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church, located
on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.

TUESDAY, NOV. 11
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes


County Library open.
8:30 a.m.-Orange Hill Soil
and Water Conservation
District meeting at the Ag
Center in Chipley.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley
Library open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
9 a.m.-Tourist
Development Council
meeting.
9 a.m.-Holmes County
Commission meeting.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Chipley Kiwanis
Club weekly meeting.
Noon-Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
5:30 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging Board
meeting
5:30p.m, Chipley
Downtown Merchants
Association, 827 Main
Street
6 p.m.-Holmes County
Development Commission
meeting.
6 p.m.-Chipley City
Council meeting.
6 p.m.-Ebro City Council
meeting.
7 p.m.-Caryville City
Council meeting.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau
Masonic Lodge meeting,
8 p.m.-Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Presbyterian Church in
Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


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1100 1o10o0
TION 733.702 OF THE AND SOUTHERLY 30
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE FEET THEREOF
WILL BE FOREVER A/K/A LOT 50 CANOPY
BARRED. CROSSING, BONIFAY, FL
NOTWITHSTANDING THE 32425
AN M)CEdifS |1 TIME PERIODS SET Any person claiming an In-
FORTH ABOVE, ANY eorest in the surplus fromrn
11I10-L LilIvertlAis CLAIM RFILED TWO (2) thesae, I any. otherthen
1120 n pub]it Neolle YEARS OR MORE AFTER the property owner as o
Announcements THE DECEDENT'S DATE Ihe date of the Us Pend-
1130 Adoplaios OF DEATH IS BARRED. ens must ille a claim within
1140 HappV Ada The date oft first publicsa sixty (60) days after the
1150 Porsomals lion of this notice is Octo- sale.
11s Lost ber 29, 2008~ WITNESS MY HAND and
1170 Found Attorney for Personal Rep- the seal of this Court on
resentative: October 20,2008.
Bonnie K Roberts Cody T1ytor
Atorney or Edward J. Cle othe Circuit Court
Ashcroft By. Cindy Jackson
[ I 0 RFlorida Bar No. 0273996 Deputy Clerk
Attorney at Law See Americans with Disa-
PRO. Box 700 bltises Act
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Boniay, FL 32425 In accordance with the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Telephone: (850) 547.4625 Americans with Disabilities
FOR HOLMES COUNTY, Fax: (O0) 547-9702 act, persons needing a
FLORIDA Personal Representative: special accomodallon to
PROBATE DIVSION Edward J. Ashcrofl participate in this proceed-
File No. 2 89PR 2902 50th St. So. ing should contact the
IN RE: ESTATE OF Guliport, Florida 33707 A.D.A. coordinator not
EARNESTINE MOOBE, As published in the later than 7 (seven) days
Deceased Holmes County prior to the proceeding.
NOTCE TO CREDITORS Times-Advartiser October Hearing Impaired contact
The administration of the 29, November 5,2008, Cody Taylor (850)
estate of EARNESTINE 547-1100 201 N. Okla-
MOORE, deceased, whose homa Sheet
date of death was Decer- As published in the
baer 27, 2006: File Number Holmes County
2008-89-PR, is pending in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Tlmas-Advertiser October
the Circui Court for OF THE FOURTEENTH 29 and November 2006.
Holmes County, Florida, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
Probate Division, the ad- FOR HOLMES COUNTY
dress of which is Holmes FLORIDA
County Courtihouse, Pro- CIVIL ACTION
bate Divion,, Bornlfay, FL CASE NO. 30 2008 CA
32425, The names and ad- 000388 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
dresses of the personal DIVISION OF THE FOURTEENTH
representative and the per- INDYMAC FEDERAL BANK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
sonal representative and FSB FKA FLORIDA IN AND FOR
the personal INOYMAC BANK FSB, HOLMES COUNTY
representative's attorney Plairna CASE NO. 08000361 CA
are set forth below. vs, WELLS FARGO BANK,
Al creditors of the dece- HARRY WILLUAMS, et al. NA., AS TRUSTEE FOR
dent and other persons Defendant(s). MORGAN STANLEY DEAN
having claims or demands NOTICE OF FORECLO- WITTER CAPITAL 1 INC,
against decedents estate, SURE SALE TRUST 2002-OPI MORT
on whom a copy of this NOTICE IS HEREBY GAGE PASS-THROUGH
notice is required to be GIVEN pursuant to a Final CERTIFICATES. SERIES
served must file their Judgment of Mortgage 2002-OP.
claims with this court Foreclosure dated October .-
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 17, 200M and entered in CHARLES H. FRENCH, eL
MONTHS AFTER THE Case No. 30 2008 CA a,
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- 00038 of the Circuit Court Defendants.
UCATION OF THIS NO- of the FOURTEENTH Judi- NOTICE OF ACTION
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER clal Circuit In and for TO' WAYNE CAREY
THE DATE OF SERVICE HOLMES County, Florida Whose residence is: UN-
OF A COPY OF THIS wherein INDYMAC FED. KNOWN
NOTICE ON THEM. ERAL BANK FSB FKA If alive, and ifldead, all par-
All other creditors of the INDYMAC BANK FSB, Is ties claiming interest by,
decadent and other per- the Plaintiff and HARRY through, under or against
sons having claims or de- WILLIAMS; THE UN- WAYNE CAREY and all
mands against deoedents KNOWN SPOUSE OF parties having or claiming
estate must file their clairns HARRY WILLIAMS NAWA to have any right, title or
with this court WITHIN 3 KAREN WILLIAMS; are the interest ie property de-
MONTHS AFTER THE Defendants. I will sell to scribed herein.
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- the highest and best bid- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
UCATION OF THIS NO- der for cash at FRONT an action for Foreclosure
TICE. STEPS OF THE HOLMES of Mortgage on the follow-
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED COUNTY COURTHOUSE Ig described property:
WITHIN THE TIME PERI- at 11 :00AM, on the 20 day EXHIBIT W
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- of November, 2008, the THE LAND REFERREDTO
TION 733.702 OF THE following described prop- IN THIS EXHIBIT IS LO-
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE erty as set forth in said Fi- CATED IN THE COUNTY
WILL BE FOREVER nal Judgment; OF HOLMES AND THE
BARRED. COMMENCE AT AN AXLE STATE OF FLORIDA IN
NOTWITHSTANDING THE MARKING THE SOUTH- DEED BOOK 248 AT
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH WEST CORNER OF SEC. PAGE 312 AND DE-
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TION 31, TOWNSHIP 6 SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS.
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE NORTH, RANGE 15 WEST BEGINNING AT A POINT
AFTER THE DECEDENTS HOLMES COUNTY FLOR- WHERE THE SOUTH UNE
DATE OF DEATH IS IDA. AND RUN SOUTH 87 OF SE % OF NE 1/ OF
BARRED. DEGREES 33 MINUTES 16 SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP
The date of irs!t publica- SECONDS EAST ALONG 6 NORTH, RANGE 15
tion of this notice is; Octo- THE SOUTH BOUNDARY WEST INTERSECTS THE
ber 29,200. OF SAID SECTION 31. A EAST SIDE OF AN UN-
DEREK 1 ALVAREZ, ES- DISTANCE OF 2358,46 PAVED COUNTY ROAD
QUIRE FEET TO A POINT, AND THENCE RUN N
Attorney tfor Personal Rep- THENCE LEAVING THE A CjN' E 608,00 FEET TO
resentative SOUTH BOUNDARY OF STARTING POINT (SAID
Florida Bar No. 0114278 SAID SECTION 31, RUN POINT BEING ON THE
GENDERS-ALVAREZ. PA NORTH, A DISTANCE OF WEST SIDE OF SAID UN-
2307 West Cl veland 1386.83 FEET TO A POINT PAVED COUNTY ROAD);
Street INTHECENTERLINEOFA THENCE RUN N 056D0' W
Tampa, FL 33609 60 FOOT WIDE ROADWAY ALONG THE WEST SIDE
Telephone:813-254-4744 UTILITY AND DRAINAGE OF SAID ROAD 210.0
MARY ANN BEARDEN EASEMENT, THENCE FEET; THENCE RUN S
Personal Repesentative NORTH 00 DEGREES 12 85'00' W 210.0 FEET
PO. Box 277 MINUTES 06 SECONDS THENCE RUN S 06W E
Bonifay, FL32425 EAST ALONG SAID CEN- 210.0 FEE-mTHENCE RUN
As published in the TERUNE A DISTANCE OF N8500 E 210.0 FEET TO
Holmes County 1321.94 FEET TO A STARTING POINT SAID
Tliwmes-Advertiser October POINT, THENCE LEAVING LOT BEING IN THE W /
29, November 5, 2008. SAID CENTERINE RUN OF SE OF NE ,, SEC-
NORTH 53 DEGREES 03 TION 13, TOWNSHIP 6
MINUTES 38 SECONDS NORTH, RANGE 15
EAST A DISTANCE OFWEST, HOLMES COUNTY,
3019.52 FEET FOR A FLORIDA.
POINT OF BEGINNING. aW/a 1426 JJ WHITAKER
IN HE CIRCUIT COURT THENCE FROM SAID RD BONIFAY, FL 32425
FOR HOLMES COUNTY, POINT OF BEGINNING has been lied against you
FLORIDA RIUN SOUTH 89 DE- and you e required to
PROBATE DIMSION GREES 02 MINUTES 19 serve a copy of your wit-

EDWARD JOSEPH ASH- TO A POINT IN THE CEN- tomey for plaintiff whose
CROFT II TERLINE OF A 60 FOOT address is 2901 Sling
Deceased. WIDE ROADWAY. UTILITY Road, Suite 3W, Fort
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DRAINAGE EASE- Laudrdale, Florida33312
The adm tion of the MENT, THENCE RUN either within 30 days after
estate of Edward Joseph ALONG SAID CENTER- the firt publicatkon of this
Ashcroft II, deceased, LINE AS FOLLOWS: notice, or on or before
Septeiber 29. 2008, is MINUTES 21 SECONDS h-
pending in the Circuit WEST, A DISTANCE OF original with the Clerk of
Court for Holmes County, 302.03 FEET TO A POINT, thIs Court either before
Florida, Probate Division, THENCE SOUTH 27 DE- service on Plaintiffs ,aior-
the address of which is GREES 45 MINUTES 41 nay or inmedialely there-
201 North Oklahoma SECONDS WEST A DIS, after; otherwise a default
Street, Bonlfay, RoFoda TANCE OF 49.80 FEET TO will be entered against you
32425. The names and ad- A POINT, THENCE for the relief demanded in
dresses of the personal SOUTH 41 DEGREES 27 the complaint
representative and the per- MINUTES 15 SECONDS WITNESS my hand and
toaly are ito fro batos 223.01 FEET TO A POINT, 24 day of October, 2008.
All creditors of the dece- THENCE SOUTH 10 DE- COOYTAYLOR
dent and other person GREES 29 MINUTES 36 As Clerk of the Court
havng claims or demands SECONDS WEST A DIS- By: Diane Eaton
against decadent's estate TANCE OF 607,71 FEET As D ey
on whom a copy of this TO A POINT, THENCE Acopyof thi Nce of
served must ile their MINUTES 30 SECONDS Pendant were sent to the
claims with this court WEST A DISTANCE OF defendants and address
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 4fl19 EET TO A POINT. named above.
MONTHS AFTER THE THENCE SOUTH 83 DE- In accordance with the
TIME OF THE FRST PUB- GREES 29 MINUTES 34 Amertcans with Disabllllls
UCATION OF THIS NO- SECONDS WEST A DI- Act, parsons needing a
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER TANC E OF 319.51 FEET reasonable acoommoda-
THE DATE OF SERVICE TO A POINT THENCE lion to participate in the
OF A COPY OF THIS LEAVING SAID CENTER- proceeding should, no
NOTICE ON THEM. LINE, RUN NORTH 00 DE- later than saven (7) days
All other creditors of the GREES 51 MINUTES 55 prior contact the Clerk ot
decedent and other per- SECONDS WEST A DIS- .he Cout sablt coor-
sons having claims or de- TANCE OF 1531.62 FEET dinaO: at 8505471100, P
mands against decederts TO THE POI OF BEGIN- O. BOX397, BONIFAYFL,
estate rost f^ie theirclaims NG; CONTAINING 2450 32425,if hewsng impaired.
MONTHS AFTER THE SUBJECT TO AND TO- via Florida Reiey System.
DATEOFTHEFIRSTPUB- GETHERWITHAOFFOOT This is an senpt to cal-
UCATION OF THIS NO- WIDE ROADWAY. UTIU- lea a debt. Any informa-
TICE. TIES AND DRAINAGE lion obtlaned wilt be used
ALL CLAIMS NOT FLED EASEMENT OVER AND tor that purpox.
WITHI THE TME PERI- ACROSS THE EASTERLY As published in the
aDS SET FORTH IN SEC.


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3320 Plants A Sitrbsi
Public Sale Supplies
Howell Mini-Storage at 3M0 3 p Rte nloel
3340 Sporing Goods
South Waukesha St. Boni- 3350-Tickets B& Sel)
fay Fl. 32425. Will hold a
private or public sale on
the contents of these units,
for non-payment accord- 3100
Ing to Fl. Slatute 83. Ten- Wanted lb Buy antiques,
ant has until 22nd of No- collectibles, gold, silver,
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Items of general house- 850-6387304
hold storage in building 1
unit 5 tenant name: Jes-
sica Paul 521 1st Street
Chlpley, RFl. 32428. Build- 3130
ing1 urit13 tenant name FoanIEuMpw nt
Sandra Anderson 309 aturdayNov 15, 2006
Range Lieonifay, Fl, 8:30amCST. 1-nle, east
32425. Bulting 2 unit 6 of Greenwood, Florida on
tenant name: Colleen Wil Hwy 69 Fort Rd
lites 847 N. Caylie Rd. Consignment's-Weicome.
Bonitly, Fl. 32425. Build- jo tanley
lng 2 unit 11 tenantram'e: (850)594-5200,
Miranda Anderson PO Box AU044/AB491.
52 Ponce De Leon, Fl,
32455. BulAing 4 ur1 2
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bar 5, 12,2008. the Tr-County Airport Au-
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN construction of a peraliesShop
AND FOR HOLMES taxiway at the I-Onty Opening Oct. 28
Case No.:08-441DR Bonifay The proposed
Division project islocated atSeWe ut your hair
DOROTHY LOUISE COOK lion 11, Township 5-N, S, the way you ike.
Petitoiw and WILLIAM Range 14W, Latitude
DOLPHUS COOK 30o50' 43.85" Longitude 6 Styles: Flat tops,
Respondent. 450 5.00" in Holmes FL)Fades & Reglair
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR t a y j177AfLt Fa &Reglar
DISSOLUTION OF MAR. Thispplicallon is being Cuting hair 43 years
RIAGE processed and is available (0 ) 5474 726 We need your head in
TO: WILLIAM DOLPHUS or public inspection dur- our business
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YOU ARE NOTFIED that day through Fridy Sexcept vice, No Deposit,and Hwy 77
agirt acon thasbeen dyou legal holidays, at the C e, to oci Jw,^
against you arnd th e Northwest District office at UnitAe CarpeOted j850-228-21 3
are required to serve a 160 Govemmenial Center,
copy of your wrien d Pensacoa, Florida 32501
enises, if any, to it on As published in the
whose address is 750 Times-Advertiser Novern- MORRII
EAST BLVD., CHIPLEY' FL bar 5, 2008.
32428 on or before Nov, bet CRAMICT
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Court at PO BOX 397, "TilT
BONIFAY, FL 32425, be- 1110
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fauft may be entered -In" kca
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cluding orders, are availa- I or 850-373-8853 Thr 910-1
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niture, Chipley. (Since Saturday, November 81h, For Boiling worker including leading MedIcal Practice Mon
1973) 50-3W-4311 8-12. Furniture, bedding, Muli-Familly yard sale, 1567 Piney Grove Rd. anrd feed, egg collector, Medtcl Praie. Mon-
clothing, toys. electronics, Saturday November th. 8 Mon-FrI, -,. Sat I doing repairs, working with day thru Friday. If in-
misc, a.m. until. 702 North 38-5002, 260-5 or farm owner. Must have terested. please send
Caryville, Rd. Bonflay. 527-3380. good heath, dependable. resume to: ARN PPO.
S I I J 850-9 1224 for infora- Box 947, Chipley, FL.
3230 Estate Sale: inside home; Mulffamity Yard Sa.W ti For more information,
(20D4/6. stove. refigerator. Sat.. Nov. 8th, 8am-2pm. please call
2 Family Yard Sate: Satur- /C, cold) Fan, computer, 1270 Merry Acres Dr., 850-638-1230.
day, November 8th at tools, used car OBO on all Chipley. Carrpbetion Hwy _3260
Paul's Fish Farms. 12 mile itemrs Nov. 7 9, 2008, 273 N. V mile, dirt Rd. on
west of Hwy. 79 on Hwy. 2. Hwy. 177 Adolph Whitaker lft. Tumrn Rt over bridge, happed by Alcohl?
7A.M. until. Road (7 miles north of last house on right, For Medical treatment of Medical/Heallth
Bonray). Couches, rectner, dishes, Alcohol usage Drivers
some oldies but goodies, and abuse Medical Records
7 Family ard SaleSatur- Ggan Sale Saturd ts of stull. Cash Only Cal 850-638-4555 ruck Driv r needed. Call Specialists
F ly Sale:Sa, tda tylfor once a month 8650-263-3010. Woodhamn Mlcrosplne
day, November 8th, at o Tvmer81h from 7:00 Rummage Sale Novth, treatment PeanutT.
Swiftly Lube in Bonifay, I11, 114 mile West to 79 on 7:00am till noon. First Thefeeder in Minimally
Hwy. 90D, 8A.M. until. In- Hwy. 2 at Esto. Lots o01 Methodist Church, Rain or Invasierve Spiral Surgery
fant, children, adult glassware, dishes, plus Shine. 1285 Jackson Ave is seeking lull & part
clothes, househlgoods, size, boys clothing, bhome In Chipley, time. Exp, necessary.
antiques, Vilctokrian parlor furnishings, knick-knacks, 3200 Fax resurnme to Adminis-
wood stove, furniture, bargainsGakoella! Saturday, Nov. 8th. At tration: 850-892-4123,
home interior items, Great Sunny Hills Community For Sale: Flais to stock r l 1 l ---- email admin@micro
Primes. Church, Country Club your pond or lake; cop. I Fr D~ h spine.net or mail to:
rLan*'s Fl Market 1o- Blvd. Many Christmas pernose, bluegill AudiJ opns nfor Att. Administration,
cated Hwy North 79, Esto. items, some furniture, shelcracker, channel cat- I alltan ts. Experience I M1 101 Micraspinre Way,
Big Yard Sale, Hwy 79 S, FL. Reopened Thumsday house hold items plus fish, mosquito fish and I with co plters, Apply I DeFuniak Springs, FL
in Vernn.Fi,SK& Sun. Friday. 8-3, Saturday 8-12. other goodie Join us to grass carp (850)547-.2215 lin*P oCo~11 in &132435
Guns, tackle, tools% name Bargins, Bargins enjoy coffee while brows Suites. Chiply. webid#34013849
brand clothes, Cat Matic 850-26 161 Ing. ea corn t a" ase or
twin bed, Queen BR at Semi-Annual 9 mile Cor- feed 850-592-9726 or
blankets, ad. LARGE ABANDONED munity yard sale, Satur- 850-592-2350. r----------------------------
GOODS SALE. day, November 8 h. 7a-m,_ __ SaleslBusinessDopment
Friday and Saturday, until, Wedding dress. i *.
CoW a mber 7h and ith, Clothes glassware, books, I Advertising Sales
Ferry Road/ H-wy 280 20. toolsfurniture, kitchen ap- '
Saturday November fth 8:0AM-5:0PM. pliances, housewares. 5 I Washington County Nel
am Located on the bypass miles south of New Hope Wanted: Instruments of
HUGE IXUGE YARD SALE (Maple Avenue) (Hwy. 2) 8 miles north of any kind in any c o.I Holmes County TknissAdvsrtlser
WasherlDryer, Select Geneva, AL. Westville, FLa on Hwy Fender, Martin, Gibson,I
Comfort King Bed, Brown Near courthouse. 179-A, Amps, Guitars, Drums. Do you wart a career where you can make a differ-
Leather Couch, Sectional Come check out the dLessons: Violin. Guitar,Ienoe? Are you a rmoivated sales associate? 9fyou
Sa ,esk,a m items. eSaday Piano, Drums. angered d es and yes, take a look at Freedom. We I
BathTub, Jenrnir Elec ric ing November lst & 8th. w50a8385t youl Freedom wants motivaed Multi-rnedia Ad-
Cooktop and Oven, Hwy 277 in Vernon nest to vertisiang Account Executives. You wil have the op-
Antique Twin Bed, Ceramic Pate Pond Area: 3215 fkehouse Tools, furniture, portunity to join a dynamic and energetic salespro-
Tie. Doors and Windows, Pate Pond Rd/Hwy 279 S. moving saleR. 2 1 gram and channel your initiative, innovatio, and I
Loads 1 ~~compeitv split to make an imac on our cmsto
Christmas tree and Loads (Mid-way between Vernon Yard Sale, Nov 8thA, aM. 3320 o eaR liJ spirt to make an yrpe on our c r
of Decorations, Weed & Caryvilte) Fri 11/7 & Sat 829 Frasier Circle Iara, our organization, and your own career. You wil
Eaters, Scaffoklding, 11e 8 7:00 AM-12:00PM rgetr, freezer, Leola Brock Nurseries touch on all media platforms at Freedom, selling print
Matching Wooden Desk Huge Yard Sale Reiot esr, upright f e LLC anis, trees and aed wk ad. L yor c v you part-
Chairs, Cardio Cruiser, This is the one you can klichen it s, crat sp- ULC Plands, tre desad I ane ouadsoLeversage yo creativity as you pa- I
ntr Landscape design,. luowth- customers to create custonm -kmdia so-
Coffee and End Tables, afford to miesstl Beautiful plies, li s lawn er, aer t ing, irri ins, using our iting and evr-gwig por lo
Paperback Books, and household items, some-gallon systems 1788 of advertisig products. Your success in this role
Loads and Loads of Misc, thing for every room. Yard Sale, Sal., Nov 1, Wh ie Road, SBnilay, FLI could set you up to pursue a variety of career paths I
I you go to just one yard Designer clthing, smI & 7:30 2:0.0.1155 S. Hwy 79, 32425 (Washington IIn our orgartatmon or throughout our parent cowm
sale, this is throne to go large sz. Children name Bonilay. Severalfamilies A County) (850)63B-1202; pauy, Freedom Communircastions. Inc. (FCIO), one 01of
toll! Watch for the Pink brand clothing, Great little of everything. Cancel 328-1500 the nation's largest ately owned media compa-
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Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 5, 2008 90B
6140 W170 6170
Plumbing Executive Office Space 1,800 SF, 3BRi2BA. In 2BR2BA Remodeled 3BR/2BA DW MH. Large Mobile Home $300. 426 2nd St, Chipley
Office Secretary or rent downtown Chipley, Martin Wood S/D, Chpley Home. $650 amonth. yard, between Bonifay & month, plus $300, deposit, 23BR, 2BA like brand
Position Open for Plumb- (Tflporary Poeiton) 638-1918 $1200 amonth. $600 de- 850-726-0420 Chipley, Reference no pets, in the Country. nw, beautiful lot wpond.
ing Service Technician. Department: Holmes posit 326-0408 or requited. $750 amoth, Call 547.2043. Leave mes- 12*O sq Ift. 3 acres. Only
Must have valid driver's li- County Extension Offlc space or lease, 3204M. 3BRJ1BA Block home, $500 deposit. sage. 45 s, 0t
cense, personal hand tools Servie 1240 S Blvd (Comer of Bonifay, no pets. (850) 850)326641. 1T AE 4 c.ona C
and eperience in plumb- HolmeCountyBoard S.B 7th St, h y, 638-7601 at erDp Mobile Hom P P, for Beach. Owner may -
Ig mah -arla Pay %Wl of County Coomilns- $75mo, lowoosqk, 3 Publisher's I 2BA Ibnlhom in rent; 3aBR2ACedar Gar- 71.0- Hom.-a nance, partial trade ftr
depend on experience sio s offcs, 1 re NtiCHIPEY3brlbremod- Chipley, WID hook-up, dens 850-896-0520 or 7110 -0 e om boat or give cash back.
Apply In person at bath, kitchen parking 5led, $650mo 2br ba CH/A, In park near et- 850.373-8256, 701 East PPerty $139,900. OBO Lowered
athkhear kingd m ra.$B0mo, each include mentaryschool. No pets. Hwy 91, Bonitay, HudOK 7120-Coemmerclal 50K. Must sell, moving
Woodham Plumbing & TheHolmesCountlyEx- IoA, hreardwood l- s r aleeaingin WS&GCH&A. no pets& HUD approved, $475/mo W-7130-Condo/Tlhoue over seas.(314) 346-3303
Utilties Contractors. 104 tension Service is seek- 407-16-890. this newspapr is subje to tM dap & -814-2525 plus $475 deposit Mobile Homes for re in 7140-Fam m aRache
N. Oklahoma Street in ing applicants for a tern. the Fair Housng Act which 850 05 Ctondale on Sapp Road. 7150 Lt anti Acreage
Bonfay (850-547-3816). pMary seretr a posu s makes llte h pso FrRet 3 BW1iBA Bitch ooaetoer toincmle 7170 -MilrlHreni OrsaLe. Ownertn4ckghom,
s pleasewoinessude a mulist t shon. nte submite an appeto n dany atlon on oenta SF. W AB 38R Moble Home, good 8 mi2Bs east oChip- ley.A w. e
so Ptlase include a must lion, Interested ns I dt n based on 0 location n py. No available. Total electric Pr y School bus route, Apart-
referen; ewilh adrie s cation with the Holmes- 1 race, color, relgion, s amo nh. 2B/1BA trailer ocajon avaiaB otal 2lect. / Schoo0 routeApart
and phone nuners with County Board of County Apartment for Rent- 2 htedkap, fami 5altu $250/mo Ponce de Leon Ps85063B4640.- (850)258486; 209.8847 TI70- ul-o-To ments, houses, mobile
your resumeappica. on. mmssones oice bedrooms 2 1/2 baths tialgin, orn rn- area, .850-259-9113 3BR/IBA, newly reno- www.charloscountryliv- Real EtAle homes for rent.
at 20i N. Oklahoma Townhouse Apartment in tlon, tomakelysuhpref- vated, near town, parks & eg-tcom 7O Ti850547-2531.
Sale epreSntrt s Suite 20 Bor entay NOw pots allowed. oren, limtalon or da-Donley lF
Street, Suite203 torWInm Fanfutal status iOnay $4Elementary .N e28 RMobile home
more nformalton and a Phone 850-547-3129 i~un children slal the $57- a 7 o h onCor inRoadall a- SFF1111 Ah COM M Y 9h A iYA
Avon Repesantaves detailed job descptton For re Sl yHollow aeof18ngwithparents 6170 8505473746 or tri, deck on front and
Needed; Earn gasoline plame contac the Ex- theetatF lgo a lega utrodi. Pirg- 2BR MH in Vtrnon. 850-95f6-7 rear, storage sheda on t mg O j,.to BETrTE L SlAY, BROKER
A T s endFingn Heraree Woomanpnce dat oS0 W wl mk adlns Ped S Sme ese 1vtonmat For RMt 3BA dou- t Sony no pets. I fur- country Florida & Alabama)
Tpontnent emo$1. aPh n 8 Eq- O4o7-1 HUD not accepted cuing custieodyoraeri
pontmc See 10- Phone 85r-547-1108. Please 2BR1BA and 3BR/RBA. 1 under 1 ,I Very nice home in secure blewlde. In BDoayon No nished wabtIe garbage and 9 A f u 3 69
Dwayne Atkins @ lum completed ap- Water, gadge, lawn care setwlig. Excellent for single Pets, cell # 85 -73-8938 extermination included, 25 E.No e", if aRo 3
850.547-1640. ISr pa to t he County lued Spacious, e This newaper will not lady. $500 amonh plus For Rent r change ac iter and mow (850)547-3510
| Administrator's offic no ergy efficient with private knongly accept ~ yad- deposit. 535-9672 or oawn s ri, m al e er e hs For
DrUrs later than 40 m on yard. 85083&-712& teing for real estatewhich is 260-26a25. Me tndow C Call more into cal aN. e ai mOu at 0 ~ xES D-- CE HNEG AY EAr 2NMa
November 12, 2008., c _______e l In violation of the law. Our -535-2657. 850- -1911 or AC IcN2 7RAr act i W I AS .Seam.ti A
DRIVERS WANTED Holmes County is a For Rent: R igewood reader are hereby inrmed 2BR Mobile Home. Total For hRent3 or 4BR 2BA 850-328-2201. Wl0045" -- 3M L--.* e H MW
GREAT BENEFITS; Drug-Free Workplace Apartments,602S. Weeks twallm* .- d electric. stove & rengera- mobile home, 0 miles Sp aciouseand Clins oi- S- ooS-nSu, ,t-.-sNIAC
Tt-County Community and Equal Opportunity St. Bonifay. Remodeled hthis ewsPa -Wails- tar. Front deck- Smoke north ol Westvlle, Hwy. Speciousand CleanDoL- v Ai L -^^--4 A-, H ITt-fiM
aCouncil. Inca. ian lEmployer. and NEW OWNERS- 1, 2. Tonwabni of dIfree anvionmef t No pets. 179.A Phone NO: be Wide Mobile Home. soah-Wcst 2 FCI o HcO SOA 01'TWE cEXiaO,ttO--2
ao sng Bedroos, Call crmttcalHUD Apply@ The Westerner, 850-956-1220 orLimits on SouthBoulevard. OR C 2t RHM EON4 0 .S IMUMN nT
forit8heWashingto 850-557-7732 al -800--777. The 638-1124 850-956-2470 Use as residencehBo ar corn. W- IHOwI m-u,--- OsRwuHO wsiE LT-
County Transportation 1 B tfres nundIwe wse as sidhearoe or corn- -M3 f HCO -TSMGIWM -LWOgI r
Pirogram- GreatBeanaeft LARGE- IBR, $450. SI) impe is 3BR/l'ABA Mobile Home, Mobile Home for rent; mercial, Contains five r:S'T2S-,9--2O m R HMa M 0MitL iLiLOT-$S,91--Z 1 sRR
Package, .ii l $250. Large 3BR/1BA 1-Mooud.92 MWx Hill Rd. $450 month 2R131 A, 2 water/sewer and acres-all fenced and A't-- -)+ OR-2m lfailA 5B44.AT 11i-
30 $650, S $350. Eryt. + $300 deposit. Water, lawn service furnishd 3 gated. Storage shelters in-r0 Is e tt o M4U ;---4W Z2 oiSSm
REQUIREMENTS: Must Ing New Downtown Cp- sewage and trash fur- milseastaofVernioonPi- eluded. References and MWfxmcir oN-n 5 KRES-41Leeoet--2 ACaRtE iU!Y Es-sM
be 23 years of age and Other lay, convenient location. nished. 850-535-2181 or oneer Rd.850-38-7315 or security deposit required. W maE SI BFIM I mU.l -no M iLS
have an Operators Rent includes stove, reifg- 80-814-2957. Leave m es- 850-638-9833 or Call Perry Wells.
Drivers Licensewith al Mystery Shoppaer. gel erator, city water. sewer, sage. 850438-3254. (850)631016 .i nr -
least 5 years driving paid to shp! Retalditeig garbage Soyrno pets or
e ixperenc without establishments need un- HUD. 8503 .3306
violations, Must agree dererover clients to judge
to annual phnystical and quality ousomer service 0 8
background screening. Earn Iup to $150. a day. -Q
Cal (888-523-1013. 6140D
DUTIES: Transport 1BR lAed Houee
pridersto a1B F-mokhed Houe r T I
pre-de n t, wat ergarbage pro-
~secure wh eKsamonth, $450 deposit.
when neadead; jy K 3BR/1BA Graceville,
working with elderly, I Cule, clean, completely re-
disabled and other modeled. Large yard, staor-
ridaers. age shed, in town,
100 euslnesuh $550/mo. Garbage & pest r
Applications may be Comnnercial control included,
obtaled at any of the t11- Apaflmes 80-91-8318.
Tri-County Community 6 12a Bealch Hot-ls
Council Inc., offices and l 6130- Cilid rTowlhilee 3BR/IBA House tor rent,
1t 59- Roommate Wanted porch, lave fa room,
NovWrn!r- at o30 t6-oms forRent carport and utility house,
p.m. For iniornution 60170 Mobile NoteAlol $650/mo. Call: (850) ASAN D 0
call Sharon Kent, Ad- 6180 O.-ot-Tow. Rentals
ihinstrative Manager, 6190 Timeshare Rel tsls 63&-1462.
(860) 547-38. 6200 Vacation RIemte 3B2BA homrn on
Successful applicant will country, near Kent Mill
be subject to Pond. $600 mt/plus de- ........... ........ .....
pes-Amploym -NT rUgm6100 1 rpot, nao reied.


EMPLOYER AND DRUG I High School- 80-7700 enoes required, i, last &
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3 Aasw, 1I5 miks South
of 110 on 279. 25-4-16 on
East side. Cal
678-354008.
Two 5 acn & One 10
acres on Buddy Rd. One
10 acres & One 13 acres
on Gainer Rd. For more
into call 850-638-1858.



38BR/2A 2007 General
Isle, 28x864. Front & back
porch. Stove, refrigeralor,
DW, WD hook-up. WMIng
to rent- For price or rMal
ino. call Brian Thurman @
050-260-556,
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110 Cars
12t SIX uilyr Vebhick
B130 Tracks
B140 Varn
6150 cnComersal
6160 Motorcycles
8170 Anto ParIs
& Alessteries
8210 Baate
6220 Pirsenal Watersmtl
230 Salilbasts
s240 Boast Markne
Supplies
6310 Airerafl/Aviation
8320 ATU7Vl Read VaIdud
U630 Caumors & Tmallers
B340 MnEarhncDuM



1998 Ford Turuea, engine
runs good, 2 new tires,
new battery, nedls AC
work. $1300.00 or OBO
50-956-225
2000 Mada MIaL New
ball joints, upper and lower
oonlrol arms, battery, re-
cent tune up, new 17 inch
black rims and tires, Look-
ing for someone to take
over payments. Extremely
futn 5 speed converttle.
Contact anytime,
050-326-2801 or
850-44-2785.



06 EplAr, 32,660 miles,
aory warranty. White,
leather, VO, automated, al
power, 3rd row-seat,
adjustable-pedals.
AW FM/c asnete/Satellie.
Excelent condition.
(85)63833


78 Ford F-100 SWB, 4x4,
new interior, plugs & wires,
dist. cap, rotor, 400 en-
glne, $2,800. 060, auto-
mae transmission.
8504.6984a9M

92 Fregtliner good for
log truck or long-haul. Has
a Fuller transmission and
Detroit engine 60 Series.
$7,000 or irade for Jeep
Wrangler a equal value.
Cal 85D-527-2229.

99 Modal Ford Ext-Cab
Lariat 4x4. Low miss. Ex-
celle" Iruckl Call Brad @
850-326-8580M



99 Ford 350 V-10 ext. van,
tow package, excellent
conditlon. 78,000 miles,
$6750. Call 8504-38-771.

1996 Ford Extended Van
w/new motor $1,w00o
Anoiaer 1996 Extended
Van, $1,000. Wi ES both
for $2200. 850-258-64l1 or
80773-382


2003 Harley Davidson,
100th Annversareey model,
orange, two helmets In-
dcluded. 2,118 miles, $6000
For nore info call
B50-773-0B8.
2006 Honda VXI300
Warranty thu 2009 Sad.
die bags, Windshield,
Chrome luggage rack,
Passenger eat, 8586 ri-
les, $7300 OBO. Cal
850-326-1996.
MIni: 05 Honda 1300
Vrx-S, black, accesso-
zd. 14500 riles, dealer
maintained, never drop-
ped, garage kepI, greet
gas mileage $8000.00
850-547-3949



14 foot Mau, Rlno, 25 HP
Johnson, stick steering,
12/24volt, Johnson trolling
motor, ive wel, shorefre
Irailer. $4500.00 firm.
850-547-2427
04-16" Alumilum boat by
Fisher, completely loaded
with 40 horse Mercury 2
stroke. Excelent cornilon,
850-547-2451 alter 5p.m.
Celt 850490079.


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