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See Veterans Day
coverage throughout
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Wednesday, November 19, 2008 www. bonifaynow. com 50C


INSIDE


Drum major
recalls band days
Page A5


HCHS hosts
Powder Puff


Page A8


Hearing
planned for 79
widening
Page A 12


News
BRIEFS
HCHD to host
Reindeer Run
Holmes County Health
Department will host a
5K (3.2-mile) Reindeer
Run/Walk on Dec. 6.
Registration will begin
at 7:30 a.m. in the Piggly
Wiggly parking lot. The
run/walk will begin at
8 a.m. Cost is $15 per
participant (includes shirt).
Participants must register
by Nov. 24 to receive a
shirt.All proceeds will go
to the P.I.N.K. program.
For more information,
contact Traci Corbin at
547-8500 ext. 249, or
register at Game Day
Sports on State 79 in
Bon ifay.

INDEX
Opinion....................... Page A4
Extra ........................... Page B1
Classifieds .................. Page B7

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Officials sworn in
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New Holmes County School Su-
perintendent Gary Galloway, above,
was sworn in Tuesday morning by
County Judge Owen Powell. Gal-
loway is the first Republican school
superintendent. Also sworn in were


achool board members Gary Scott of
District 2, below, and Anthony Regis-
ter of District 4, bottom photo. Scott
won re-election, and Register was
unopposed. More coverage of the
school board is at bonifaynow.com.


Fees having positive


impact on Bonifay

JAY FELSBERG cy for the city and the customer.
Managing Editor "We bought the meters due to
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com the impact fee," Gibson said. "We
can improve the water service
BONIFAY Bonifay City Supervi- without having to go into debt for
sor Jack Marell can see the light at the meters."
the end of the tunnel. Of the city's New meters have been installed
approximately 1,200 water meters throughout the city and the water
on the municipal water system, lines outside city limits, including
about two-thirds have been in- the recreation center, the water
spected and replaced or repaired and sewer plant, Veterans and
where necessary. About 200 new Middlebrooks parks and Memorial
meters have been installed. Field. New meters are planned for
"New meters cost about $40, the police and fire station, and City
including shipping and handling," Hall.
Marell said Monday. "That doesn't "We're getting the meters in
include fittings." real good shape," Marell said. He
Like many small cities, Boni- praised the city council for institut-
fay is usually in a budget crunch, ing impact fees.
so normally, a water system im- "You can't do something if you
provement like this one is hard to don't have anything to work with,"
budget. Bonifay, however, charges Marell said.
impact fees for new water service.
For Marell, with 30 years expe- Several applications picked
rience keeping Bonifay's aging wa- r
ter system in operation, "this is the up for police chief
best that that has happened to us Gibson said several applications
in a long time." have been picked up for the vacant
City Clerk Jeri Gibson said the police chief position. Ronnie Ben-
city charges a $562.50 impact fee nett's recent resignation opened
for each new water system in- the job up. Council accepted his
stalled. There is also a $400 tap fee resignation and approved that ap-
within the city limits. Impact fees plications for the position will be
do not affect existing installations, accepted until Jan. 12, 2009, and a
That money means new and re- recommendation for a new chief
paired meters, with more efficien- would be made by Feb. 9, 2009.


Crimestoppers offering reward

for information on sign thefts


BONIFAY Crimestoppers of
Holmes County and the Bonifay
Police Department are offering a
reward for information leading to
the arrest of vandals.
Numerous street signs have
been damaged and/or stolen in
various areas of Bonifay. Signs are


costly to replace.
You will remain anonymous,
and all calls are answered by an
out-of-state answering service.
Call Crimestoppers of Holmes
County at (866) 689-8477 or the
Bonifay Police Department at 547-
3661.


Wheelchair basketball game raises money for PdL sports


PHOTOS BY JAY FELSBERG I Managing editor
ON THE LOOSE: Players chase a loose ball at the wheelchair basketball game
Saturday night in Ponce de Leon. At left, a white player looks for an open
teammate under the basket.
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Local


Area BRIEFS


FHP announces vehicle inspection checkpoints


Florida Highway Pa-
trol will conduct driver's
license and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during the
month of November on the
roadways listed below in
Holmes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles be-
ing operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn
tires and defective lighting
equipment. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to
drivers who would violate
the driver's license laws of
Florida.
Officers will be on State
Roads 2, 10, 69, 71, 73, 77, 79,
81, 273, 276, 277, and 286 dur-
ing the month.
County roads with inspec-
tion points include 69A, 162,
164, 165, 165A, 167, 169, 173,
177, 177A, 179, 181, 185, 271,
276, 279, 280, 284 and Snow
Hill Road.
The patrol has found
these checkpoints to be an
effective means of enforcing
the equipment and driver


license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of
all motorists.

SWAT events
Upcoming events for
SWAT, Students Working
Against Tobacco, include:
Nov. 20 Speaker Dave
Goerlitz will speak at three
Holmes County Schools: 8-
8:45 a.m. at Bonifay Middle
School; 9:45 10:30 a.m. at
Ponce de Leon High, and
from 1-1:45 p.m. at Bethle-
hem High School.
For more information on
SWAT, contact Kay Warden
at 547-8500 ext. 267.

HCHS fundraiser at
Barnes & Nobel
Support Holmes County
High School by shopping at
Barnes & Noble in Dothan,
Ala., Monday, Nov. 24.
Barnes & Noble will do-
nate a percentage of every
sale made with a special
Bookfair voucher to Holmes
County High School. Vouch-
ers will be available online
at the Holmes County High


Woman Writes Historic
Letter to Her Congressman
BEXAR COUNTY- After applying Thera-Gesic* to her
arthritic hands, Mary Ann W. hand wrote a forty-seven
page letter to her Congressman explaining the true
meaning of life. When asked where she had gathered all
the wisdom for writing such a masterpiece and why
she sent it to a government official, she painlessly
replied, "None of your dang business!"
Go painlessly with Thera-Gesic


Web site, http://hchs.hdsb.
org/, in hard copy at HCHS,
and a voucher will be sent
home. Feel free to copy and
give to as many people you
know who might visit the
bookstore that day, or they
can tell store employees
they want to be counted
for Holmes County High
School's book fair.
For more information,
contact Maelynn Hatfield,
Holmes County High School,
at 547-9000, ext. 227, or e-
mail hatfieldm@hdsb.org.

Book club meets,
elects new leaders
Cynthia Brooks hosted
the Bonifay Book Club on
Nov. 11. In the absence of
the president, vice president
Teri McCormick presided
and read the minutes of the
previous meeting. In the an-
nual business meeting, the
following officers were elect-
ed for 2009: president, Teri
McCormick; vice president,
Jo Cone; and secretary, Di-
anne Smith.
Jo Cone reviewed "Keep-
sake" by Tess Gerritsen, a


physician and best-selling
author of modern suspense
novels. This latest book
marks the return of Dr. Mau-
ra Isles and Detective Jane
Rizzoli, who investigate a se-
ries of present-day murders
in which the victims are sub-
jected to ancient methods of
burial and preservation.
The book begins with the
discovery of what is believed
to be a mummy, dubbed Mad-
am X, that actually turns out
to be the preserved body of
a long-missing woman. As
more bodies are discovered,
Isles and Rizzoli attempt
to uncover the link among
them and the ultimate mo-
tive for the crimes. Ger-
ritsen, anthropology major
in college, uses her knowl-
edge of Egyptology and bi-
zarre death rituals from
around the world, to weave
a thrilling story of eccentric
people in the setting of a
museum.
The hostess served re-
freshments to Joyce Bran-
non, Jo Cone, Barbara How-
ell, Teri McCormick, Edna
McDonald, DiAnn Shores
and Hazel Tison.


December 6th 10 AM Saturday
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Ponce de Leon hosts
night of 'Hee Haw'
Ponce de Leon High
School announces a one-
night run of "Hee Haw" on
Nov. 22.
Enjoy a walk back through
time as we visitwith the whole
"Hee Haw" gang, including
Grandpa, Lulu, Junior, Roy
and Buck.
Special guest appearances
will be made by: "Dolly Par-
ton," "Loretta Lynn," "Lynn
Anderson" and others.
The performance will be
in a dinner theater setting
with Grandpa serving up
beef stew with taters and car-
rots, collard greens, corn on


816 Falling


the cob, cornbread and apple
pie. Dinner begins at 6 p.m.
Tickets are $15 each and
can be purchased by calling
the school at 836-4242.

Project Graduation
meeting Nov. 24
Project Graduation meet-
ing for Holmes County High
School is scheduled for 5
p.m. Monday, Nov 24 in the
Holmes County High School
cafeteria.
All parents, guardians
and family that have a 2009
graduating senior are invited
to attend and help organize a
night of fun, safe, drug- and
alcohol-free activities.


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Gnomes and



the Land of



I-Don't-Know
Listen carefully and I'll tell you of a place that, however
mythical it seems, is real.
Many people have spent much of their lives in search
of this place. It is not impossible to find. Just difficult, very
difficult. Seldom is it found in the same
physical location twice. It is the Land of I-
Don't-Know. The search begins like this.
"Will you get me my whaddayacallit?"
asks my father.
"Where is it?" asks my brother.
"I don' know," says Dad.
And so off goes my brother to the Land
of I-Don't-Know (a place of indeterminate
ANDREW location) to find a whaddayacallit (an object
HOLLINGER of unknown design). This exchange happens
One Word in my home frequently, and each member of
my family has been both guilty of and victim
to this exchange. (Some of us are more guilty than victim,
but that's a whole different story.)
The times when it's my own whaddayacallit lost in the
Land of I-Don't-Know are rare. More often, I'm the seeker,
dispatched to find a specific object. Shoes, keys, backpacks,
purses, pens and pencils, and ID tags are prone to being
snatched into the Land of I-Don't-Know. I'm still working out
my theories, but I imagine my house has an alien vortex that
sucks up keys and such and shoots them into the Land of
I-Don't-Know
Then there's another equally plausible theory. It involves
gnomes. In case you didn't know, gnomes inhabit the Land of
I-Don't-Know It's hard to see them, and impossible to catch
them.
The Queen of the Gnomes likes to collect miscellanea. So
her gnome minions cart off a shoe or a purse to please her.
I'm not sure what a displeased gnome queen would do, but
I don't think the gnomes want to find out. Personally, I hope
she's happy.
The Land of I-Don't-Know is no trivial matter. If other
families are like mine, people are arriving late to work
because of keys lost to the Land of I-Don't-Know School
children can't complete their assignments because their
assignments because their textbooks have been stolen by
gnomes. All around our city and across the land, frustrated
seekers are imploring: "Where is it? I don't know.. .Where is
it? I don't know."
I'd like to help all these seekers. I'd like to let them know
that all will be found and everything will be all right, that it's
just those pesky gnomes. I really would like to help.
But I can't find my shoes.
Andrew Hollinger is the author of "One Word." More
information at www.andrewhollingercom. He is the co-
author ofINKSTAIN, available on iTunes.


Opinion
Oilnlon


m.


Barack Obama won over millions
of voters by promising fundamental
change in America under his
leadership. He was not specific about
what kind of change,
t but there were hints
here and there, and
by now a fairly clear
picture of the proposed
basic change has
emerged.
In America, the way
people became better
TIBOR MACHAN off economically is by
Opinion working and earning a
living from their work.
A bit of luck never hurt and some
also experienced setbacks. But, in
the main, the American system did
not involve fixed economic classes,
huge groups of people whose level of
prosperity is fixed and rarely if ever
changes for better or worse.
Instead, the American system
approximated an ongoing, never-
ending marathon, with people's
positions changing for the better
or worse, depending on their self-
initiated effort and some luck. Overall,
the economy was taken to be, mostly
correctly, a win-win process. One
person's gain didn't come at another's
loss -- in all the billions of deals that
were struck, big ones or small, all the
parties were taken to come out ahead,
as judged by their own needs and
objectives.
This, indeed, is one central reason
so many people from across the
globe wanted to live in America.
Elsewhere they were pretty much
stuck, for a variety of reasons. That
included their social situation from
which it is difficult to escape without
gaining political pull, favor with the
government and members of the
upper classes. In America the idea
was that people could move without
such favoritism, at least in the bulk of
cases, and government would stick
to guarding the rules of the process,
with no theft, no fraud, no deception
tolerated.
But it looks like that this picture of
the economy in America, admittedly
never fully realized, will now be
systematically altered. Instead


of accepting that the citizenry is
stretched out over a lengthy economic
continuum, from poor to wealthy
with all the steps in between and
the positions they hold constantly
changing, the dominant picture now
looks like what it used to be in feudal
times, with a small segment of very
rich at one end and a huge number
of poor or moderately well off at the
other.
And this is seen to be fixed unless
someone such as Barack Obama and
his team of government managers
interfere and forcibly spread the
wealth around.
The way the Obama team sees the


The dominant
economic picture
now looks like
what it used
to be in feudal
times, with a
small segment of
very rich at one
end and a huge
number of poor
or moderately
well off at the
other.


American
economy
is that it
involves
what is
called a
zero sum
game -
someone's
gain
must be
another's
loss.
Wealth
is static.
For those
who lack it
they need
to take
it from
those who
have it.
And since
ordinarily


that would be criminal, it needs to be
accomplished politically, in which case
it is deemed to be legitimate wealth
redistribution, a matter of socio-
economic justice!
This picture also assumes that
wealth just happens, that it doesn't
require that people create it. Thus no
one earns the wealth he or she owns
- it just happened to come his or her
way. And when some have a good bit of
wealth, it must mean they were overly
lucky and that, of course, is quite
unfair.
Those who lack wealth or a good
bit of it are, in turn, unlucky. There


Wednesday, November 19,2008


is nothing they could have done
other than what ended them in their
situation. And that's grossly unfair.
To remedy the unfairness of it all,
the fundamental change that Obama
& Co., and their supporters imagine
must be achieved in Washington, D.C.,
the center of the country's political
power (certainly not its economic
engine).
It is not work, entrepreneurship,
investment and some luck that will
bring about the prosperity of those
who haven't enough of it. No, it is
politicians and bureaucrats making
policies that will redistribute the
wealth of the country.
They will tinker with the economy,
regulate business, assign privileges
and duties and that way they will bring
about basic change.
They will institute a planned
economy, one that rejects the ideals of
the free market, of what the Nobelist
EA. Hayek called the spontaneous
order, in favor of a highly regimented
system.
Of course, that fundamental
change has been tried over and over
again throughout history, recent and
ancient. Earlier it was mercantilism
that embodied the idea of a top-down
planned economic system. It is this
system that was criticized by Adam
Smith for failing to enable people to
produce wealth. Later the top-down
idea was embodied in socialism and
fascism. Both of these were in time
total flops.
We will now see whether Obama
and his team can work miracles by
doing the impossible, ordering people
to make wealth and taking it from
them and redistributing it according to
their vision of fairness.
Tibor Machan holds the R.C.
Hoiles Chair in Business Ethics
& Free Enterprise at Chapman
University's Argyros School of B&E
and is a research fellow at the Pacific
Research Institute and Hoover
Institution (Stanford). He advises
Freedom Communications, parent
company of this newspaper His
most recent book is "Libertarianism
Defended," (Ashgate, 2006). E-mail
him at TMachan@link.freedom.com.


LOCAL VOICES


LETTER TO THE EDITOR


It was so exciting to attend the Chipola drama
production of "Bus Stop" and see three of the eight
actors were former members of the Chipley High School
drama department.
What a tribute to Luwanna Locke and the training
they received in the drama program under her
leadership.
Susan Roberts
Chipley


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ELSEWHERE
$39 per year plus tax


The recent resignation of
Bonifay Police Chief Ronnie
Bennett drew a considerable
amount of comment at www.
bonifaynow.com. Here is a
sample:

The city council had to
step in and help run the police
department because Ronnie
wasn't doing it. When was the
last time Ronnie worked a 40
hour week?...the cars are not
that old and the reason they
are broken all the time is the
way the officers drive them.
Why do they need to run 90
to nothing for someone that
a store has in their office for
shoplifting? They don't have
to pay for them or the repairs
so they don't care. Again,
something that the Chief
should have addressed. Who
ever gets the position has
their work cut out for them.
Ronnie has let the officers
do whatever...I say BYE
to Ronnie too bad it wasn't
sooner.
concerned



Ronnie is a good man
and strived to make his
department better. When
the City Council in Bonifay
changes there "old style"
way of doing things and


always having control over
the department then they
may get a good chief. The
way the City dealt with this
issue was unprofessional
and broke just a few laws
through the whole process.
The City of Bonifay needs to
let the POLICE CHIEF be the
Chief and STOP running the
department for him.
HCAR



If Bennett had control
of his men, then why were
records falsified? Why were
two employees suspended?
Why are his officers writing
tickets outside the city limits?
His officers are going around
town spouting their mouths
and threatening that they
are going to do this and do
that. Lying about traffic stops
and impuning the integrity of
citizens. Nope.. .he does NOT
have control.
Bonifay Girl



Well this could prove that
we did make some changes
this election for Holmes
County. However could this
prove that Bonifay will have
Dennis Lee back at the wheel
as Chief Of Police if you look


at the application dates and
new hire date it is after the
new Sheriff Tim Brown takes
office and Dennis Lee will be
jobless. Just food for thought.
left field


police dept does a wonderful
job at protecting and serving
our town! And congrats Tim
Brown Sheriffi
Officer Taylor's Wife


Well, this is starting to
This is nothing but a ploy prove all of the rumors that
to give Dufus Dennis Lee his Tim Brown is taking the
old job back. police dept. with him to the
Watcher too sheriff dept. All I can say Tim
is you have four years do not
0 0 0 get used to the pay.
concerned


I have to say this should
have happened along time
ago. Ronnie has not been
doing his job forever. He is
suppose to be the leader, no
wonder the police dept is
like it is now. When Dennis
was up there it was not run
like this Bonifay Police dept
wasn't a joke like it is now.
happ



Chief Ronnie Bennett
was a great leader and done
a GREAT Job! HE Had
control of his officers and
they worked together to take
care of our city. It's hard for
police officers to do there
job with broken/used police
cars, old equipment, and
little pay. The whole Bonifay


I would like to say that my
father Chief Ronnie Bennett
was one of the best Bonifay
has ever had and will have.
He went above and beyond
as our great chief. I wish the
council members- RICHARD
y WOODHAM best of luck at
finding someone to fill his
shoes! i love you daddy and
God is in control.
beth bennett



Ronnie don't worry about
it, Jesus Christ himself could
not please the Bonifay City
Council. Look at what they did
to Mayor Howell.


LETTER TO THE EDITOR


Dear Editor:
I am a resident of
Kennesaw, Ga., just west
of Atlanta. Two months ago
I was visiting my parents
with my two children
while my husband was on
a business trip. I started
having severe pains in
my abdomen. I had no
idea how to proceed, but
fortunately, my dad knew
what to do. He took me to
Doctors Memorial Hospital
to have an upper GI series
to eliminate the possibility
of an ulcer. After receiving
negative results, my father
and the emergency room
doctor on call, Dr. Bailey,
proceeded to discuss other


possibilities.
I was checked into
the emergency room the
next day for a sonogram.
They discovered that I
had and inflamed gall
bladder and gallstones.
After consulting with my
dad, she immediately
contacted the available
surgeon, Dr. Klepper, and I
was scheduled to have my
gall bladder removed that
afternoon.
As I was prepped for
surgery, I was attended by
some of the friendliest, most
knowledgeable nurses I
have ever met. Dr. Klepper
came in with a wonderful
bedside manner to explain


the procedure to me and
I was taken to the pre-op
room to sign papers and
prepare for the laparoscopic
cholecsystectomy (gall
bladder removal). I was
wheeled into the operating
room, told to take a deep
breath and "think about..."
The next thing I knew I
was back in the recovery
room preparing to go to my
parents' home.
Having had two children
by C-section, I have been
in and around Atlanta
hospitals for myself and for
my children. I have never
received better care than I
received during and after
my surgery at Doctors


Memorial. My husband
flew into Panama City
airport and was able to be
with me that evening. God
also provided family and
friends that were able to
take care of my children so
my parents could take care
of me.
My goal in writing this
letter is to commend the
staff of Doctors Memorial
Hospital. Bonifay has
been so blessed with an
amazing group of people in
a wonderful new facility. I
wanted to publicly write this
letter of appreciation to the
entire hospital staff.
Erin (Brooks) Lauen
Kenesaw, GA


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Wednesday, November 19, 2008




School




fight




songs


People always are asking me
where I get my ideas for what I
write. As you can tell if you read me
regularly, "out of my head" most of
the time. I often get suggestions for
"Why don't you write about this or
that?" I appreciate all those ideas
that are tossed toward me, and
some of them I can pick up and run
with.
My children never suggest any-
thing. In fact, Hiram says: "Be
careful what you
say around Mama.
She'll put it in the
paper." But last
week, youngest son
Glen, my brother
Max and nephew
Emory Wells were
HAPPY CORNER practicing their
Hazel Wells Tison music. They were
trying to think of a
certain tune. Max
remembered I had taught him
Vernon High School's "fight song,"
which was the tune they were try-
ing to recall. Glen called me and
said, "You should write a column
about school fight songs." Enough
said.
I didn't get much information
about local high school fight songs,
but I did get 21 pages from Google
of college fight songs. Instead, I
talked with a number of people,
most importantly, John Sidney
Page, Holmes County High School's
most colorful drum major who
led the band from 1952 until 1955.
Everyone around my age will re-
member him with his high plumed
white hat, and white uniform strut-
ting down Waukesha Street in Ro-
deo or other parades. He never
marched straight ahead, but zig-
zagged, head almost touching the
ground, knees high in the air. The
only thing I have seen to compare


Local


with Sidney is the Florida A & M
band.
He recalled a few incidents from
high school days. His first band di-
rector was Dick Willson followed by
Nathan Crosby. In fact, when Page
was a graduating senior, Crosby
tried to convince the school super-
intendent to hire him to go to Ponce
de Leon as band director. The su-
perintendent had to refuse because
Sidney had no credentials.
In high school, he had planned
and directed all the field shows. He
won a superior rating in student
conducting at Tallahassee's band
competition. One field show he re-
members was when the band played
"Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy" and
they had a band member run out on
the field with a shoe shine kit and
shine the band director's shoes.
Madaline Steverson McFatter
who played a couple of years in the
band with Page remembered an-
other field show when Doyle Wells,
a football player, ran around the
field playing the bass drum to the
band's rendition of "William Tell


Overture."
She also told about going to the
Peanut Festival Parade in Dothan
and people lined up to get Sidney
Page's autograph. James Edward
McFatter added another story.
While he was a student at FSU, Hol-
mes County High band was invited
to march in the inaugural parade of
Gov. Reuben Askew. Spectators fol-
lowed our band down the street just
to see Sidney perform.
Page tells about HCHS band
going to all the high schools in the
county and giving a concert during
his senior year. One of the features
was a Hawaiian number with Page
dressed in a hula skirt doing the
hula. One lady at Poplar Springs
said, "Young man, that was the
most vulgar thing I've ever seen."
John Sidney Page and his wife
the former Ruth Clemmons from
Vernon have returned to Holmes
County from San Francisco, Calif.
where they lived for nearly 40 years
and he worked as a meat cutter. I
asked him how he had used his
musical ability over the years. He


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replied only in church music, di-
recting congregational singing. He
said he was told by one minister of
music that he knew he was full of
music, for not much had come out.
That music man didn't see him in
high school.
I interviewed several former
band members of the era, but did
not learn of a fight song that Hol-
mes County High had. Their theme
song during that time was "When
The Saints Go Marching In." When
our son and daughter were in the
band under James Baltikauska
their fight song was Drums and
Bugles which has no words as far
as I know.(More about fight songs
in a future column)

Reminder
The ladies of Bonifay First As-
sembly church are holding a ba-
zaar and bake sale in their fellow-
ship hall on Saturday, Nov. 22 from
9 a.m. to noon. Go and find beauti-
ful Christmas decorations, home
baked goods, etc.


News BRIEFS

2 ATVs stolen
Two 2003 Honda 350
Rancher ATVs were stolen
from Welding Road in the
Poplar Springs community
of Holmes County during the
day Friday, Nov. 7.
CrimeStoppers and the
Holmes County Sheriff's De-
partment are offering a sub-
stantial reward for informa-
tion that leads to the recov-
ery of the two ATVs and/or
the arrest of the individuals
involved.
Anyone with information
is asked to call CrimeStop-
pers of Holmes County at 1-
866-689-8477 or the sheriff's
department at 547-3681for
dispatch or 547-4421 for CID.
Your name will remain
anonymous.

Reward offered for
clues on sign thefts
BONIFAY CrimeStoppers
of Holmes County and the
Bonifay Police Department
are offering a reward for infor-
mation leading to the arrest of
vandals.
Numerous street signs
have been damaged and or
stolen in various areas of
Bonifay. Signs are costly to
replace.
Youwillremainanonymous,
and all calls are answered by
an out-of-state answering ser-
vice. Call CrimeStoppers of
Holmes County at 1-866-689-
8477 or the police department
at 547-3661.

Toy for Kids fundraiser
BONIFAY -Bonifay Fire and
Rescue will conduct its an-
nual Boot Drive from 8 a.m.
to noon Nov. 22. Local fire-
fighters will be on the corner
of State 79 and 90 with their
boots collecting money to help
purchase toys for the Toys for
Kids program at Christmas
Toys will be handed out
Dec. 18 in conjunction with
Tri-County Community Ser-
vices and Salvation Army.
Call Denise at 373-8980 for
more information.


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2600 Hospital Drive


* Bonifay, Florida 32425


(850) 547-8000


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City of Bonifay Seeking

Chief of Police
The City of Bonifay is seeking an individual to serve as Chief of Police.
The Chief performs professional administrative work; planning and
directing the activities of the Police Department in the enforcement
of laws and ordinances, the prevention of crime, and the protection
of life and property which will promote public safety and the general
public welfare.
REQUIREMENTS:
* Be a citizen of the United States
* Be at least 21 years of age
* Possession of a Valid Florida Operator or Chauffeur License with a
good driving record
* Be in good physical condition
* Have a High School Diploma or Florida approved GED
* A Bachelor Degree from an accredited college or university in Law
Enforcement or Public Administration is preferred
* Be currently certified as a Law Enforcement Officer by the
Florida Department of Law Enforcement Standards and Training
Commission
* Have eight years experience as a Law Enforcement Officer
* Have no felony convictions, misdemeanor convictions involving
perjury, or have received a dishonorable discharge from any of the
armed forces of the United States
* Be of good moral character as determined by reasonable
investigative procedures
* Have the ability to understand the principles and practices of police
work and to understand and enforce laws and ordinances relating
to police work
* Have the ability to observe situations objectively and to report them
clearly and completely
* Have the ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates, the general public and elected
officials
* Have a knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws,
ordinances, statutes, regulations, rules, policies and procedures.
* Have the knowledge of the principles, practices, and techniques of
supervision and management
* Have skill in written communications for administrative and technical
purposes
* Successful applicants must pass a background check, drug
screening and satisfactory work history review
* Reside in the City of Bonifay
Salary and Benefits will be discussed at the time of the interview.
Interested applicants should complete a City of Bonifay Application
and provide a complete Resume indicating Contact Information,
Education, Work History, Special Work Related Skills, Certification in
law Enforcement and References.
Applications can be obtained and left at The Bonifay City Hall between
the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday-Friday beginning Nov. 11,
2008 and ending Jan. 12, 2009. All letters, applications and Resumes
should be addressed to the Mayor of the City of Bonifay.




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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


BES honors


veterans
Photos courtesy LINDA PISANI 0 BONIFAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
BONIFAY Bonifay Elementary of the armed forces who were
School held its annual Veterans present. After the ceremony, the
Day celebration Friday, Nov. 7. veterans enjoyed refreshments
The event was under the direc- and a tour of the school to see
tion of Chris Lauen, and students the numerous posters the stu-
made banners, sang patriotic dents made in their honor. See
songs and saluted the numer- more photo coverage online at
ous former and current members bonifaynow.com.


Bonifay Nursing & Rehab Center
is hosting a




Friday, November 21 at 2pm
in the Regency Dining Room
Come join in the fun to learn new fun and interesting exercise tips.


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NOTICE
Garbage pick up for the
City of Bonifay scheduled for
Thursday, Nov. 27th
(Thanksgiving Day)
will be picked up on
Friday, Nov. 28th.
Friday's route will be
picked up as usual.


First Baptist Church
311 N. Waukesha St., Bonifay, FL 547-2420
Shelly Chandler, Pastor
David Lauen, Associate Pastor, Minister of Music
Doug Hemanes, Associate Pastor, Youth Minister
Jeep Sullivan, Associate Pastor, SeniorAdult & Men's Minister
Ashley Unzicker, Children's Minister





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Local


Area helps with world's largest Christmas project


CHIPLEY Chipley hopes to
collect gift-filled shoeboxes for
the world's largest Christmas
project, Operation Christmas
Child.
Local volunteers are collecting
simple shoebox gifts personally


packed by children, families, and
individuals in Chipley. The shoebox
gifts will be sorted and sent using
whatever means necessary sea
containers, trucks, buses, trains,
airplanes, helicopters, boats, cam-
els, even dog sleds to reach


suffering children around the
world.
"Imagine the joy you and
your family will feel when they
pack a shoebox full of simple gifts
to share with a hurting child,"
Relay Center Coordinator


Teresa Shumaker said.
Local collection site is Shiloh
Baptist Church, 1976 Shiloh Lane,
Chipley, 800-409-1896.
Collection is available 8 a.m. to
8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19; 8 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20; 8 a.m.


to noon Friday, Nov. 21 and Satur-
day, Nov. 22; and 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 23. There will be no
collections Monday, Nov. 24.
For more information, call
Shiloh Baptist or drop by during
collection times.


Circuit Court was held
Nov. 5, 2008 at the Holmes
County Courthouse in Boni-
fay.
Those scheduled to
appear in court are as
follows:

Arraignment
Samantha Ann Bryan:
grand theft of motor vehicle;
failure to appear, no bond
Issac Jacob Carver:
grand theft auto; Pre-Trial
set 11/25.
Nicholas S. Cassidy:
grand theft auto; Pre-Trial
set 2/4.
Donald Howard Dixon:
principal to burglary and
grand theft; Pre-Trial set
11/25.
Gary Edward Edelstein:
possession of controlled
substance, drug possession
marijuana under 20 grams
and drug paraphernalia use
or possession; Pre-Trial set
2/4.
Ashleigh Renee Finch:
perjury; withdrew not guilty,
pled nolo contendre, adjudi-
cation withheld: sentenced
to two years probation, $1435
fines and costs, 150 hours
community service, letter
of apology and random uri-
nalysis.
Stacy Glen Holmes: flee-
ing or attempting to elude
police, driving while license
suspended or revoked and
drug possession marijuana
under 20 grams; failure to
appear, no bond.
Katrina Elouise Jor-
dan: driving while license
suspended felony; Pre-Trial
set 2/4.


Kara Russell Justice:
criminal use of personal in-
formation; Arraignment set
11/25.
Charles Ray Owens Jr.:
grand theft of a firearm; Ar-
raignment set 12/3.
Dustin Christopher Pat-
rick: criminal mischief third
degree felony and burglary
of conveyance; Pre-Trial set
2/4
Rufus Junior Ray: ag-
gravated assault with deadly
weapon and battery domes-
tic violence; Felony Pre-Trial
set 11/25.
Daniel Michael Rowe
Jr.: possession of child por-
nography (5 counts); Pre-
Trial set 2/4.
Christopher Mark Sher-
wood: grand theft auto; Pre-
Trial set 2/4.
Aubrey Lee Sutton: sale
or delivery of a controlled
substance; Pre-Trial set 2/4.
William George Tanner:
uttering a forged instrument
(5 counts); Pre-Trial set
2/4.
Valentia Trujello: pos-
session of controlled sub-
stance (2 counts), posses-
sion drug paraphernalia
and no valid driver's license;
Pre-Trial set 2/4.
Nolan D. Wood Jr.: Fel-
ony battery; Pre-Trial set
2/4.

Status review
Edwin Lee Crawford:
possession of a controlled
substance and possess
listed chemicals; qualified
for Phoenix House, remain
in Holmes County Jail until
bed available.


Court DOCKET

Felony pre-trial
James Curtis Ever-
ett: sell, manufacture, de-
liver cannabis; withdrew
not guilty, pled no con-
test; Felony Pre-Trial set
11/12.
Joshua Craig Mathis:
aggravated battery victim
pregnant; Pre-Trial 11/25.
Tonya Renee Taylor:
driving while license sus-
pended felony; withdrew not
guilty, pled nolo contendre;
sentenced to three years
probation, $1420 fines and
costs, 150 hours community
service, random urinalysis
and obtain driver's license if
eligible.
Brian Lee Vitale: pos-
session drug paraphernalia,
possess with intent to sell
cannabis, attempted sale of
marijuana and felon in pos-
session of firearm; withdrew
not guilty, pled nolo conten-
dre, adjudication withheld;
sentenced to $1785 fines and
costs, three years proba-
tion, 150 hours community
service, random urinalysis,
driver's license revoked for
two years and fvie-page es-
say.

Misdemeanor pre-trial
Melanie Winkler Peck:
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, disor-
derly intoxication and resist
arrest without violence; 45
days County Jail.

VOP arraignment
Ricky George Everett:
possession of a controlled


substance; VOP Evidentiary
set 12/10.
Brian Emory Hisler:
resisting officer with vio-
lence, resist or obstruct
without violence and bat-
tery; Failure to appear, no
bond.
John Paul Jones: driv-
ing while license suspended
felony; VOCC Evidentiary
set 11/12.
Robert Carl Luehrs:
driving while license sus-
pended felony; VOP Arraign-
ment set 12/10.
Eric Dwight Webster:
burglary of dwelling; VOP
Evidentiary set 11/12.
Joshua Keith Wyatt:


burglary of structure and
grand theft; VOP Eviden-
tiary set 11/12.

VOP evidentiary
Warren Baker Hed-
lund: fleeing or attempting
to elude police and posses-
sion of a controlled sub-
stance; two years commu-
nity control, concurrent on
each.
Melanie Winkler Peck:
grand theft; withdrew de-
nial, admitted, adjudicated
guilty; sentenced to one year
probation, 11/29 days Hol-
mes County Jail, no credit,
$250 fine.


Possum Palace

to host circus

Loomis Brothers Circus is
coming Nov. 20 to the Wausau
Possum Palace. Show times
are 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Advance tickets are avail-
able at the Wausau Town
Hall. Ticket prices are $10
in advance and $12 at the
gate. Children 12 and un-
der get in free with a paying
adult.
Doors will open one hour
prior to show time with ele-
phant rides, pony rides, face
painting and circus treats.
For more information, con-
tact Margaret at 638-1781.


PHILLIP





County Commissioner District 3

I would like to take this time to thank you, my friends, for your vote of confidence during
the election. Words could never express how grateful and humbled I feel from the support
that was given to me. Without my road crew, David English, David Fowler, Jeff Powell,
Roger Powell, and Ronnie Smith, my success would not be possible; so thank you fellows
for your support you give every day. My family has worked so hard during the campaign,
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to my beautiful wife, Janice, for her love and support that helped me through the campaign
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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Bonifay
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PHOTOS BY JAMES BAILEY
BONIFAY With the end of
varsity football, Memorial
Field in Bonifay was open
Friday night for Powder
Puff football. The ladies
took to the field for an
evening of spirited action.

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"Natural born," said
Wayne Mayo as he got ready
to play for the red team.
The event also featured
a raffle, with prizes includ-
ing a Winn-Dixie card, a
Case knife, a Chautauqua
Winery gift basket, an oil
change from Downtown
Automotive, Thanksgiv-
ing turkeys, Pizza Hut piz-
zas, a meal for two at 4C
Barbecue and a cake. Billy
McCombs even won a date
with Council Member Shei-
la Hougland.
"We held the fundraiser
to generate funds for the
roof of the gym," Hougland
said. "The roof above the
girls' locker room has dete-
riorated, and repairs would
cost about $8,000. It's im-
portant to preserve this
historic site for its memo-
ries and its future use."
Hougland said donations
for repairs also can be made
at Ponce de Leon City Hall.
Donations will be recorded
and recognized for spon-
sorship. See Beth Peterson
at City Hall. Hours of op-
eration are 6 a.m. to noon
and 1:30-4:30 p.m. Monday
through Thursday. For in-
formation, call 836-4361.
More photos at boni-
faynow.com.


FAST BREAK: Above, the white team starts a fast
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under the boards.


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Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Leon County will host
a foliage seminar
Leon County Extension
Office, 615 Paul Russell
Road, Tallahassee will hold
a seminar on insects and
plant diseases on Wednes-
day, Nov. 19, from 9:30 a.m.
- 2:30 p.m.
After sign-in and an-
nouncements, Drs. Bud
Mayfield, forest entomolo-
gist, and Edward Barnard,
forest pathologist, will dis-
cuss general tree biology as
it relates to insects and dis-
ease. Discussion on abiotic
and foliage diseases will be
followed by lunch.
After lunch there will
be discussions on root rot
and stem disease, bark and
wood-boring insects with a
wrap-up session from 2:15
to 2:30 p.m.
Cost is $20 in advance
and $30 at the door. Make
checks payable to Leon
County Extension Horticul-
ture Fund.
For more information
call 850-606-5202 or e-mail
Genice Harris at Harrisg@
leoncountyfl.gov
For person requiring
special accommodations,
contact the extension office
at least five days prior to
event so proper consider-
ation can be taken.


"Arch the Angel"
playing in Chautauqua
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS The
Florida Chautauqua The-
atre will present "Arch The
Angel" Nov. 21-23. The play
begins at 7 p.m. on Friday
and Saturday evenings and
the Sunday matinee begins


at 2:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 for adults
and $12 for students 22 years
and under.
For more information
or to purchase tickets, call
850-892-9494 or email info@
fcweb.org.


Gardening Friends will
hold a plant sale
Gardening Friends of the
Big Bend will sponsor an
outdoor Plant Sale Extrava-
ganza on Saturday, Nov. 22.
The event is free and open to
the public from 8:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. on the grounds of
the North Florida Research
and Education Center just
off State Road 267 near 1-10
exit 181 Quincy.
Trees, shrubs, flowers,
and garden-related items
will be offered at more-
than-reasonable prices. A
number of local wholesale
and retail nurseries and
private individuals as well
as the NFREC donated the
plants and garden-related
items.


Santa is coming to
Esto
Santa will be in John
Clark Park in Esto on Sat-
urday, Dec. 6 from 10 a.m. to
noon. Everyone young and
old is invited to have lunch
with Santa. Register for
free prizes.
The event is sponsored
by Homes County CASE
coalition, Holmes County
sheriff's Department, Esto
VFD and Holmes County
School Board.


Bonifay to hold
Christmas
Celebration
The Bonifay Fire & Res-
cue and City of Bonifay
will host the 5th Annual
Christmas Celebration in
Bonifay on Saturday, Dec.


13, at Veterans Park across
from Memorial Field.
The celebration will kick off
with the Bonifay Kiwanis
Club Christmas Parade of
Lights in downtown Bonifay
beginning at 6 p.m. After
the last participant of the
Christmas Parade of Lights
has gone through Veterans


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Boulevard, the Bonifay Po-
lice Department will close
the road to all traffic. Line
up for the parade will be at
Bonifay Elementary School,
307 West North Street. All
participants are asked to be
at the school no later than
5:30 p.m. and be in festive
holiday attire, and have
their vehicles and floats
decorated with Christmas
lights and decorations.
For safety, you are asked
NOT to throw candy or
beads as you go through
the parade route. Santa will
hand out treat bags to all
the children.
The celebration will
start off with a bang as the
sky twinkles with fireworks.
Enjoy the festive season
as you walk through the
Christmas lights on your
way to visit Santa and the
local businesses that have
set up booths.
The Holmes County
Key Club will be on hand
dressed as Super Heroes
to help entertain the kids
along the way.
As a special treat, the
Bonifay Fire & Rescue has
invited the very talented
Rivertown Girls to perform
this year's Holiday Concert.
As always, the City of
Bonifay will provide free hot
chocolate.
New for 2008, The Boni-
fay Fire & Rescue will pre-
pare their famous BBQ
sandwiches for a donation to
help out their Toys for Tots
program.
For more information,
contact the Bonifay Kiwanis
Club Parade Chairperson
Catrina Reynolds at (850)
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PORT ST. JOE
Gulf County EDC hires
Nelson as executive director
The Gulf County Econom-
ic Development Council has
hired Edward A. Nelson Jr.
as its executive director.
Nelson will work with
Alma Paredes, assistant ex-
ecutive director, to increase
new business, jobs and eco-
nomic activity in Gulf Coun-
ty
Nelson, CEcD, FM, HLM,
has an MBA in management
from Atlanta University and
is certified as an economic
development professional.
He is the founder and presi-
dent of EAN International
Consulting Corp., providing
economic development and
business development con-
sulting services for domes-
tic and international clients.
With more than 35 years of
experience in economic de-
velopment, Nelson is the im-
mediate past president and
CEO of the DeKalb Chamber
of Commerce in Decatur, Ga.

DeFUNIAK SPRINGS
Sheriff-elect names tran-
sition team
Sheriff-elect Mike Adkin-
son has named six people to
his transition team.
William Chapman will be
transition chairman; Gra-
ham Fountain, transition
co-chairman; Tom Ring, Jeff
Skipper and Keith Westphall,
team members; and Tammy
Godwin, executive assistant.
Adkinson will be sworn in
as Walton County sheriff in
January.
"The transition process
will give us a much-needed
advanced evaluation of the
current operations, provide
for communication with staff,
and identify immediate needs
that will define our strategic
priorities," Adkinson said.

FORT WALTON BEACH
First City Bank marks
completion of expansion
One of Fort Walton
Beach's oldest banks will cel-
ebrate the completion of its
new look today.
First City Bank will mark
the opening of its main office
on Perry Avenue downtown
at an 8:30 a.m. ceremony.
The expansion project,
which began in 2005, triples
the space at the nearly 60-
year-old independent and lo-
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tion rings indoors and out-
doors, 16,000 sq. ft. of grooming
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For more information, visit
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DeFuniak to host
Christmas home tour
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS The
18th annual Tour of Homes in
DeFuniak Springs is set for
Dec. 6 from 9 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
In addition, a recently authen-
tically restored vintage trolley
will make it debut. All profits
form the 2008 tour will be ap-
plied to the restoration costs
of The Lil' Trolley Tickets
are available from 8 a.m. 3
p.m. the day of the tour at the
DeFuniak Springs visitors'
center on Circle Drive and
The Big Store on Baldwin Av-
enue.
Cost is $18.75 plus tax
for adults; $7.50 plus tax for
children 12 and under; babes
in arms admitted free of
charge.
For more information call
850-892-2448 or 892-3191.


A HISTORIC MOMENT: From left, Dorcas Jackson, Se-
nior State American Indian Chairman for C.A.R.,
Markie Parrish, C.A.R. State American Indian
Chairman, and Glenda Bowden, Chipola Chap-
ter, NSDAR American Indian Chairman watch as
Mayor James B. Wise signs a proclamation mak-
ing November American Indian Heritage Month.












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Wednesday, November 19, 2008 www. bonifaynow. com Page All


Bistros, bologna


and whatever


empanadas are
HOMESTEAD Putting aside other
issues geographic, socio-econom-
ic, preferential, popular, political,
etc. Homestead-Miami Speedway
is a pleasant place to end the NAS-
CAR season.
This thought wafted with the wind
through the open window of a rental
car as it glided slowly down an av-
enue lined with palm trees in 70-de-
gree weather at 9 a.m. in November.
At night the moon was almost full,
and once the sun rose on Sunday, the
sky was uncluttered by clouds.
This isn't a typical track. Its walls
are a pastel shade of green. The
dominant colors are all faded: green
and yellow, mainly, with the occa-
sional hint of pink and blue. To find
such colors in Dar-
lington, one has to
buy bath d6cor.
A few years ago,
Ford Motor Com-
pany was fond of the
slogan "form follows
function." Perhaps
that's fallen into dis-
NASCAR TODAY favor now, but the
Monte Dutton slogan of this track
could be "function
follows form."
When a man named Ralph San-
chez built this 1.5-mile track, he put
a lot of effort into making it pretty.
The track surface has been radically
altered twice since. Upon further
review and after millions spent,
wasted and spent again they actu-
ally got it right. Homestead is still 1.5
miles, and it's closest to the shape
conjured up by the term "oval."
Since Atlanta Motor Speedway has
now been "Brutonized" (or "de-
ovaled,," perhaps) for more than a
decade, what would seem to be the
most logical shape for a track this
size is now unique.
Out of habit, forms of motors-
ports, at least those involving laps,
are segregated into oval tracks and
road courses. Very few ovals are, uh,
ovals. In order to be closer to the
truth, it ought to be D-tracks and
road courses.
The infield has a pond where
windsurfers used to cavort- or what-
ever it is that windsurfers do dur-
ing the races. Windsurfers aren't like
football players. They can't scamper.
Sure, they "sail" but that's too bor-
ing. Maybe they dash and dart. May-
be they rock and roll. Maybe they
don't do anything, because for some
reason, they aren't there anymore.
The demise of speedway windsurf-
ers: Yet another sign of hard eco-
nomic times.
Since, by the grace of network
television, the Ford 400 wasn't al-
lowed to start until about 4 p.m.,
Sunday offered copious opportuni-
ties to mingle and observe. The fans
seemed about the same, though with
better tans and more languages.
All kinds of variety seemed to be
on display at the lines of food stands
out behind the main grandstand. I
paused for a while in front of Mag-
gie's Empanada Bistro, at first won-
dering what an empanada was and
then noting that if the "bistro" were
in a comic strip, it would be a lem-
onade stand. It's the same way that
NASCAR tracks erect tents and call
them "chalets." Wonder why no faith-
healing evangelist ever thought of
putting on "chalet revivals"? It may
happen yet.
Then I noticed a stand offering
fried-bologna sandwiches, which
made me think Homestead had
at least one thing in common with
Hickory Motor Speedway, and, at the
same time, made me hungry. Lord,
aren't we making progress when
a fried-bologna sandwich without
cheese, lettuce or tomato costs $5?
I realized it was all a ruse, though,
because there were logos and flags
that said "Americrown," the sub-
sidiary of International Speedway
Corporation dedicated to selling
horrendous, overpriced food of all
kinds to the race fans of the land.
The effect of an Americrown logo on
this reporter is roughly the equiva-
lent to the effect a GEICO logo
has on the cavemen of television
commercials.
So I made an about-face and re-
treated to the press box, where the
Americrown food was still awful but
free of charge.

You can reach Monte Dutton at
mdutton@gastongazette.com.


PHOTOS BY JAY FELSBERG


HAND OFF: Chipley quarterback Scott Redfield (12) hands off to Markeith Bell.


Weather ends Tiger match at half


Graceville wins 28-7,

gets ready for Eagle View

game next week

By JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

GRACEVILLE Weather ended Senior Night
early in Graceville as the homestanding
Tigers finished their season 8-2 (3-1 1B Dis-
trict 1) with a 28-7 win over the visiting Chi-
pley Tigers (0-10). Graceville now gets ready
for the playoffs Friday in Jacksonville against
Eagle's View in the first round.
Chipley came out with a two-tight end set
Graceville Coach Todd Wertenburger said
gave his team some trouble for the first few
series.
"We knew Chipley would come to play,"
Werteburger said.
Chipley Quarterback Scott Redfield used
to his advantage after Chipley recovered a
Graceville fumble at the home 26. A 28-yard
completion to JoJo Taylor set up a 1-yard
plunge by Redfield for the score. Cody Siko-
ra's kick made it 7-0 Chipley with 4:55 left in
the first quarter.
Graceville quarterback Justin Miles set up
his team's first score with a 55-yard run to the
Chipley 1, where Antrell Wright scored on the
next play, adding to 2-point conversion to give
Graceville an 8-7 lead. Chipley was driving in
Graceville territory but a Graceville intercep-
tion came back for a 95-yard touchdown, with
Wright's two-pointer making the score 16-7 in
the second quarter.
Miles' 43-yard completion to Florida Litim
set Graceville up at the Chipley 16, and five
plays later Wright went in from 3 yards out to
make it 22-7. Miles lofted a 19-yard touchdown
pass to Darrell Olds with 2:00 left to end the
scoring.
Wertenburger said that from the film of
Eagle's View (6-4) they will be a high scoring
team. They have scored over 50 points three
times this season and have averaged 54 points
a game in their last two games, both wins.
"Their offense looks the same as last year
and their defense looks like the same, so it
should be a high-scoring affair," Wertenburg-
er said. Last season Graceville came out on
top 58-42 in the first round of the 1B playoffs.
Graceville was eliminated in the next round
by district rival FAMU 45-24.


Turkey SHOOTS


Pittman
Pittman Volunteer Fire Department will
hold its annual Turkey Shoot on Saturday,
Nov. 22. The turkey shoot starts at 10 a.m.
at the new fire station in Pittman, on Hwy.
179 and Hwy. 2.

Vernon
Vernon Volunteer Fire and Rescue is
hosting a series of turkey shoots every
Friday and Saturday night through
Dec. 14.
Turkey shoots begin at 7 p.m. Shots are
$3 with ammunition provided. Take your
shotgun; the firefighters have shells for
everything from 410s to 12 gauge.
Concessions are available as the volun-
teers have the grill fired up and are offering


hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, sodas, cof-
fee and boiled peanuts, all at reasonable
prices.
"And while you're at it, bring your fam-
ily. They'll enjoy watching you shoot and
may even participate. This is great family
fun and it's all for a good cause," Assistant
Chief Shawn Sanders said. "So come on
out, you just might go home with a holiday
turkey or ham or a pocket full of cash."

Gritney
Gritney Fire Department will host a tur-
key shoot at noon Saturday Nov 22. Shells
for 12, 20 16 and 410 gauge guns will be
provided at $3 each. There will be turkeys
or hams as long as they are available. If
you have any questions, call Jerry Hall at
373-5099.


10th Inning Baseball Club to host rib fundraiser


The 10th Inning Baseball
Club of Holmes County High
School is sponsoring a rack
of rib fundraiser, Friday,


Nov. 21. The cost is $15 per
rack. Ribs can be picked up
at the corner of Hwy. 90 or
they will deliver for orders


of five or more.
For details, call Stacey or
Carrie Thompson at (850)
547-2678 or (850) 547-9000.


Hornets edge


Yellow Jackets

By CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The Cottondale Hornets (5-5) were
in the lead against the Vernon Yellow Jackets
(5-5) during the first half, 8-6, before getting
rained out.
The Yellow Jackets' John Johnson scored
the first touchdown of the game on a 24-yard
pass reception with 6:05 left in the first quarter,
making the score 6-0.
Jacob Herring of the Hornets scored the next
touchdown from two yards out with 7:36 left in
the first half, and also scored the two-point con-
version making the score 8-6.
The Yellow Jackets were at their 25-yard line
with 6:25 left in the first half when the game was
called to a halt because of heavy rains.
Neither team qualified for the playoffs, with
Cottondale eliminated last week by a loss to
Graceville, and Vernon being eliminated in
the three-way shootout with South Walton and
Baker.


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FDOT to discuss

sections of State 79

CHIPLEY The FloridaDepartmentof Transpor-
tation will hold a public information meeting re-
garding proposed roadway improvements to two
sections of State 79 in Washington County. Seg-
ment 7 is from north of County 279 to north of Cy-
press Creek Bridge, and Segment 8 is from north
of Cypress Creek Bridge to the Holmes County
line. The meeting will be held from 5:30-6:30 p.m.
CST Thursday, Nov. 20, at the Vernon Communi-
ty Center, 2808 Yellow Jacket Drive. The purpose
of the meeting is to offer persons an opportunity
to express their views concerning the proposed
improvements.
Currently, FDOT proposes to widen State 79
from two to four lanes from north of County 279
to north of Cypress Creek Bridge (Segment 7)
as well as from north of Cypress Creek Bridge
to the Holmes County line (Segment 8). Seg-
ment 7 is approximately 3.2 miles in length, and
Segment 8 is approximately 5 miles in length.
Construction is not funded for either project
in the department's current five-year work
program.
Maps, drawings and other information will be
on display. FDOT representatives will be avail-
able to explain the improvements and answer
questions. The meeting will be conducted in an
open house format; there will not be a formal
presentation or public testimony period. Public
participation is solicited without regard to race,
color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability
or family status.


Local


PHOTOS COURTESY OF TRAVIS COOK / HOLMES COUNTY EMS
A 2001 Ford
Focus, shown at
left, hit a railroad
crossing and
"went airborne,"
according to po-
lice reports. The
vehicle reportedly
flipped several
times, striking
three mailboxes
and hitting the
redidence on El-
lis Street, shown
above.


Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Vehicle fails


flight test


in Bonifay

BONIFAY A Ford Focus automo-
bile is not designed for flight, but a
Panama City man gave it a try Hal-
loween night in Bonifay. Bonifay Police
Department reported an officer was
called just after 9:30 p.m. with a re-
port of a vehicle on its side in a yard at
211 Arreta St.
Upon arriving, the officer report-
edly found a 2001 black Ford Focus ly-
ing on the driver's side with the occu-
pants standing nearby. Both passengers
and the driver, Joshua Richard Segers,
18, said he was driving too fast and lost
control, according to police. The car hit
the nearby railroad crossing and "went
airborne," according to the police re-
port, flipping several times, striking
three mailboxes and hitting the Ellis
residence.
The collision caused seri-
ous damage to the house and cut
power.
Segers has been charged with reck-
less driving resulting in a crash with
property damage.


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Researchers say clinical
trials are essential to ad-
vancing medical knowledge
about drug safety and how
well new medications work.
Participating in a clinical
trial might mean a better
future for you or, for others
who suffer from diabetes or
any other illness.
Lovelace Scientific Re-
sources (LSR), specializing
in clinical trials, opened a
location in Chipley earlier
this year. Since 1987, LSR
has participated in more
than 1,000 clinical trials in
all types of diseases. Clinical
trials are essential for the
development of new medical
treatments, and few eligible
adults participate or recog-
nize they are available to
the public. To get involved
or find out more information
about clinical trials, contact
the Chipley site at (850) 415-
1423 or visit www.LSRTRI-
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LSR offers the communi-
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range of diseases. Through
clinical trials, volunteers can
expand their treatment op-
tions allowing them to better
manage their disease and
future health care.
During clinical trials,
the volunteers are under a
physician's care and receive
extensive medical attention.
The physician and certified
staff educate the volunteers
about their disease; provid-
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of the clinical trial process
and any benefits, either


health-related or financially,
they might receive by partic-
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options to volunteers that
might not otherwise have
access to.
Before doctors can pre-
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the medications undergo
intensive testing through
several clinical trial phases
before approved by the Food
and Drug Administration
(FDA). The FDA regulates
all phases of clinical trials
and the first phase, or Phase
I, enrolls a small number
of subjects often fewer
than 100 healthy volunteers
- and is designed to study
how the body interacts with
the medication and the ef-
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doses.
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involve up to several hun-
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have the disease to which
the drug is directed. This
phase addresses how well
the drug works and yields
additional information about
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effects.
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Wednesday, NOVEMBER 19,2008 Washington County News 0 Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE BI




Area residents celebrate Veteran's Day

Photos by Cecilia Spears Staff writer


BONIFAY Members of
Bonifay City Council, Holmes
County officials and various
organizations helped arrange the
Veterans Day annual celebration
recognizing local veterans at
noon Nov. 11 at Veterans Park
across from Memorial Field.
Among those participating in
the celebration's main itinerary
were guest speaker Holmes
County Judge Owen Powell; the
Holmes County High School
Chorus, which sang patriotic
songs; and veterans from the
different branches of the military.
Powell said the veterans he
most wanted to recognize were
those who were in World War II,
including Jackie Newton, also
POW; Randal Cullifer, Navy,
who had his PT boat blown out
from under him; and Billie Paul
Norris, Korea and Vietnam.
"I want to recognize them
because there are so few left,"
Powell said.


MEET AND GREET: Students got to meet and greet veterans at the
annual Roulhac Middle School Veterans Day ceremony.



Roulhac honors vets


IN HONOR: Above, volunteers helped
with refreshments at Bonifay Veterans
Day. At left, County Judge Owen
Powell was the guest speaker.


CHIPLEY Roulhac Middle
School put on a Veterans Day
presentation Nov. 11 in honor of
local veterans.
This included patriotic
composures and taps by the
middle school band. Each
veterans stood before the
children and told them what


branch of the military he was in,
how long he served, what he did
while in the military and who at
the middle school was related to
him.
At the end of the presentation,
every child was able to shake the
hand of the veterans as they left
to return to their classrooms.


ONLINE
See more coverage of local Veterans Day ceremonies throughout this week's paper
and online at www.chipleypaper.com and bonifaynow.com


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Holmes County baseball
holding rib fundraiser
The 10th Inning Baseball Club
of Holmes County High School is
sponsoring a rack of rib fundraiser,
Friday, Nov. 21. The cost is $15 per
rack. Ribs can be picked up at the
corner of U.S. 90, or they will deliver
for orders of five or more.
For more information, contact
Stacey or Carrie Thompson at (850)
547-2678 or (850) 547-9000.

2008 Panhandle Pride
Christmas Pageant Dec. 13
The Panhandle Pride Christmas
Beauty Pageant will be Dec. 13 at
the Graceville Civic Center. Entry
fee is $50 with all proceeds going to
the Esto Fire Department. This is
an open pageant.
Application and fee must be
returned by Dec. 5 to Bush Paint
and Supply, Attn: Teresa Bush,
Pageant Director, 971 6th Ave.,
Graceville, FL 32440. Make checks
payable to Esto Fire Department.
Door admission is $4 for all
individuals except contestants.


Children age 3 years and under
admitted free of charge.
Baby, Toddle, Tiny, Future and
Little Miss pageant begins at 2 p.m.
These contestants should arrive no
later than 1 p.m.
Petite, Preteen, Junior, Teen and
Miss pageant begins at 6:30 p.m.
with arrival no later than 5:45 p.m.
All contestants must wear
pageant wear. Exceptions are Baby
Miss, heirloom or Sunday attire;
and Toddler Miss, Heirloom attire.
Winners will receive a large
trophy, large crown and banner.
Alternates and other participants
will receive trophies.
People's choice award for each
category and photo packages also
will be available.
For more information or to pick
up an application, call Teresa Bush
at 263-474 (daytime) or 263-3072
(evenings).

Tour of Historical Homes
to be Dec. 6 in Bonifay
Enjoy Christmas on Evans
Street in Bonifay. The lights come
at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 6 with Christmas


carols, refreshments and Santa
Claus. Tour historical homes and
have an old-fashioned Christmas
with your neighbors.

Christmas Star Pageant to be
Saturday at ag center
The Christmas Star Beauty
pageant will be at 1 p.m. Saturday,
Nov. 22, at the Holmes County Ag
Center in Bonifay. This pageant will
consist of holiday fashion. Cost is
$25, photo $15 and overall $15. For
more information, contact Wanda
at (850) 547-4810 or Bernyce at (850)
547-3474. Forms can be picked up at
the New to "U" shop in downtown
Bonifay.


Maintenance and Pesticide License
training and exam will be Dec. 17 at
the Bay County Fair Grounds, 2230
E. 15th St. in Panama City.
The state of Florida requires any
company that applies herbicides
and certain pesticides have a limited


pesticide license. Getting a license
requires a six-hour course and exam.
Cost is $150 for the state exam
fee (checks must be written to
FDACS). An additional check for
instructional materials must be
written to UF/IFAS-Bay County
Extension. Checks must be written
separately.
Anyone needing only CEUs for
renewal can attend from 8 a.m. to
noon for a $25 fee and receive four
CEUs in L&O, O&T and CORE.
Make checks payable to UF/IFAS-
Bay County Extension.
To register, call Ken Rudisill, Bay
County Horticulture Extension, at
(850) 784-6105 or e-mail krru@ifas.
ufl.edu.


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to 4 p.m. the third Tuesday of each
month at Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Center, 306 W Brock Ave. in
Bonifay. The class is free, but there
is an $8 fee for the CPR card. Call
Katherine Lawlor at 547-9289, ext.
245 to pre-register for the class.


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Local


Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Malcom Crutchfield


Davis/Fain engaged


Marsha and Scott Aught-
man of Geneva Ala. and
Faron Davis of Samson, Ala.
announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage
of their daughter Courtney
Leanne to Daniel Edmond
Fain. Daniel is the son of
Deborah and Dan L. Fain of
Geneva.
Courtney, a graduate of
Geneva High School, is em-
ployed with Kids Academy
of Day Care and Learning
in Geneva. She is the grand-
daughter of Lois Davis and
the late Sherwood Davis of


Samson and Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Simmons of Geneva.
Daniel is a graduate of Ge-
neva High School and is em-
ployed with Dan's Backhoe
Service. He is the grandson
of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fain of
Chancellor, Ala. and Donna
Williams and the late How-
ard E. Williams of Bonifay.
The wedding ceremony is
planned for 3 p.m. on Dec. 6
at the home of the groom's
parents with a reception
immediately following. All
friends and relatives are in-
vited.


Henry T. Jacobs


Henry T. Jacobs of Wick-
sburg, Ala., formerly of the
Bethlehem community of
Bonifay recently retired
from AFS at Fort Rucker,
Ala., after 45 years of ser-
vice.
Jacobs and his wife Sarah
were treated to a retirement
luncheon and ceremony at
Lowe Field where he was
presented certificates, com-
memorative coins, a plaque
from co-workers and an af-


ghan from local Lodge 2003.
Jacobs worked as an ari-
onics electrical and instru-
ment mechanic and leader
from August 1963 thru Sep-
tember 2008. He also worked
on many different types of
fixed and rotary wing ACFT,
most recently CH-47 and
UH-60 helicopters.
Pictured from left; John
Hamlin AFS General man-
ager, Jacobs and Rick Davis
AFS manager Lowe Field.


Handmade toy showcase


MARIANNA Local woodwork-
er Lowell Croom will share his
old-fashioned handmade toys at
the Chipola Regional Arts As-
sociation's luncheon, Tuesday,
Nov. 18, at Jim's Buffet.
Pop guns, merry-go-rounds,
trains, slide boxes and more
are sure to revive fond memo-
ries as he discusses his work.
Croom displays and sells his
handcrafted toys at craft shows
and festivals throughout the
Southeast.
The public is invited to
the Dutch-treat luncheon at
11:30 a.m., followed by the pro-
gram at noon. For informa-
tion, contact Joan Stadsklev
at stadsklevj@chipola.edu or
850-718-2301.


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those nostalgic
years of
childhood when
he shares his
old-fashioned
hand made toys
at the Chipola
Regional Arts
Association's
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Tuesday, Nov.
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Malcom Crutchfield of Esto recently graduated from Boot
Camp and is proudly serving in the United States Marine
Corps. He graduated from Holmes County High School last
spring and is now going through weapons training in North
Carolina. He is shown with his pastor, Ryan Begue of First
Baptist Church of Esto.



Pvt. Trey A. Davis

Army Reserve Pvt. Trey A. Davis graduated from basic mili-
tary training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C., as a member of the
Army National Guard or Reserve Split-option Program. Davis is
currently a student at Chipley High School. He is the son of De-
nise Davis of Chipley.



Antique tool show

Exhibitors and vendors from all over the South East will
be on hand to showcase and sell all different kinds of tools
and implements from the 18th to 20th centuries. There will
be many woodworking items.
This event will take place on the Saturday, Nov. 22 from
7:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at Panhandle Pioneer Settlement in Sam At-
kins Park in Blountstown.
As a vendor or displayer, you will have Friday, Nov. 21, to
set up at no charge this year. Tables are furnished.
Admission for the general is $2 each. For more informa-
tion Email: info@ppmuseum.org.

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HONORED FOR SERVICE: Retiring
Washington County Take Stock in
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CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Don Walters, chair-
man of Orange Hill Soil and Water
Conservation and President of the
North Central Panhandle Educa-
tion Foundation, announced Tues-
day evening that this awarding of
Stock in Children scholarships was
the last function he would attend as
president.
"I'm getting old, correction, I am
old, but it is time for me to step down
and leave it to those who are young-
er and can possibly take if farther
than even I could ever imagine."
The $10,000 scholarships were
awarded to eight students: Andrew
King, Aaliyah Carroll, Heather


"I'm getting old, correction, I am old, but it is
time for me to step down and leave it to those
who are younger and can possibly take if
farther than even I could ever imagine."

Don Walters
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and president of the North Central Panhandle Education Foundation


Anderson, Devon Daniels, Colby
Hartzog, Jacques Gwen and David
King.
Also, saying his farewells was
Superintendent of Schools Calvin
Stevenson.
"I couldn't see myself running for


another election," said Stevenson.
"I will miss you all greatly and am
proud and honored to have worked
with you all."
Walters was given a plaque for his
years of services. He said that the
Take Stock in Children scholarship


program would be passed down to
the Kiwanis Club for continuation.
"Don Walters had the love, pas-
sion and determination to make
this scholarship as successful as it
is," said Stevenson. "I owe you the
gratitude, I owe you the respect and
I want to thank you and the commu-
nity for this opportunity and for be-
ing the highlight of my career."
He also said that during the time
that Walters spent on the scholar-
ship program he helped 75 children
receive scholarships.
"This program will still be just
as effective and growing, it'll just be
under someone else," said Walters.
"I want to thank you all for being my
friends, for giving me so much sup-
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Wednesday, November 18, 2008 Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser Page B4


RLS & RTS


Today it seems
"they" have a name
and a drug for every-
thing "they" say is
not normal. Actually,
I often wonder who
"they" are comparing
the rest of us to.
One of the main TIM
things that people From t
ridicule about me is
that I move fast, and
I talk fast. Actually, the truth
is, I hope you're reading fast,
because I wrote this fast.
Just be glad that I typed it,
because if I had written it
long hand, you would not be
able to read it. Do you get
the point? So, often I wonder
why everyone else is so slow.
I'm really glad "they" did not
do as much as "they" do with
drugs today, when I was in
school. "They" would have
had me on Ritalin and no
telling what else. But I think I
turned out all right, because
my dad and mom knew what
drugs I needed; they "drug"
me to church three or four
times a week. If we didn't
have something going on at
our church, there was one
within 50 miles that did. And
they also knew how to apply
the love straps, as the Bible
teaches, which often made
me think before I sat down,
and before I acted out again.
Even as an adult, I think,
talk and write so fast I often
get things backward and
mispronounce words. And
I've discovered if people love
me, they love me with all my
faults and laugh along with
me, and if they hate me, they
usually hate for the same rea-
sons, because I'm not perfect
like they are. I discovered by
reading "Preaching Now"
that "they" have named an-
other one of my little defects.
It's a new medical term called
RLS, which stands for "Rest-
less Leg Syndrome." You
see, you actually don't want
to sit close to me in church
or at a concert, because my
legs are always bouncing,
even when I'm reading or
watching TV There is some-
thing about me that is always
moving. Apparently it is a
condition that keeps people
from sleeping well and cre-
ates other serious problems.
So "they" are doing experi-
mental drug treatment to
try to control it. Hopefully
I'll be gone to a better land
and have a new body, before
"they" finish their research.
Because I like me just like
God made me.
But you know there is a
problem "they" should spend
more time researching. A
problem that is wide spread
and contagious in churches,
small communities and any-
where a group of people meet
on a regular basis. It's called
RTS, "Restless Tongue Syn-
drome". Michael Duduit, edi-
tor for "Preaching Now" also


wrote about RTS and
said, "I can't begin to
tell you the number of
RTS sufferers I've run
across over the years -
people who can't bring
themselves to silence
their voices even for a
HALL moment, but talk end-
he Heart lessly about subjects
large and small (usu-
ally small)."
I think if "they" could find
a cure for RTS, it would be-
come the greatest discovery
of our day, because it would
save most marriages, all the
problems in local churches,
and cure many heart attacks
and nervous breakdowns,
and even cause world peace
to take place. But I know
there is not a cure that man
can come up with, for the
Bible says, "... the tongue
can no man tame; it is an
unruly evil, full of deadly
poison" (James 3:8 KJV).
So unfortunately, there is no
drug available to cure RTS.
But there is a cure, and you
would think church people
would know about it and use
it; it's the Cross. RTS can
be and will be cured when
a person gives their life
and their tongue to Christ.
For once a person receives
Christ as their Lord, their
desire then should be, "to be
like Christ" and Christ says
we are to love others as we
love ourselves. I've never
heard a person deliberately
go out and bring disgrace to
their own name, but they will
lie about a neighbor. Actu-
ally I think I can say that all
gossip is lying, and I think
someone said, liars shall not
enter Heaven or something
like that. So before you share
something about someone
else, you need to ask your-
self three questions. (1) Do
I know beyond a shadow of a
doubt that this is true, mean-
ing you have actually talked
to the person you are talking
about, and they have con-
firmed it to be true? (2) Will
what I am sharing benefit
both parties, the one I am
talking too and about? (3) Is
Christ going to receive honor
and glory through what I am
sharing? If any of the an-
swers to any of these ques-
tions are "no", then you need
to lay your tongue upon the
Cross, that it might be sanc-
tified unto Christ. Just as my
dad used the Bible remedy
for my problems as a child,
so must we use it for RTS.

This message has been
brought to you From the
Heart of Tim Hall, Senior
Pastor, Gully Springs Bap-
tist Church, PO Box 745,
Bonifay, Florida 32425.
Located; 2824 Highway 90
West, three miles west of the
light at Highway 79, 850-547-
3920, E-mail: timhall_2000@
yahoo.com.


Churches celebrate fall


AT TOP: ARC members welcomed
fall by decorating their building
and lawn with seasonal items.
This display contains pumpkins,
small green melons, stalks of
cotton, corn and colorful flowers
on hay bales. ABOVE: The
mechanical bull was fun for all
ages. This boy seemed to do
well with it. AT RIGHT: The festival
gave young archers a chance
to try their skill with a bow and
arrow. BELOW: This is a game
that might have been inspired by
lumberjacks.


By DONNA DYKES
Correspondent

CHIPLEY Area youngsters
enjoyed a fun-filled time this
season at various church-
sponsored fall festivals. There
were games of chance, bounce
houses, free food, archery and,
at one place, a mechanical
bull.
Chipley Free Will Baptist
Church had the mechanical
bull, which was placed in the
center of an air-filled plastic
bounce floor, making falling
off safe and easy. The bull's
bucking was handled by a lady
who made sure it didn't get too
rough.
Another bounce place fea-
tured what looked like King
of the Mountain competitions.
There were two stump-like
protuberances and two long,
narrow air-filled "logs." Kids
would grab a "log," jump on a
stump and attempt to knock an
opponent off his roost while he
tried to do the same.
Folding chairs were placed
near the back of the property,
where several people pre-
sented a program in song.
The chairs made a good place
for people to eat lunch. Ev-
erything was free hot dogs,
cold drinks, pop corn, cot-
ton candy, Icees and cups of
pecans.
When families entered the
festival area across from the
church, they were asked to fill
out an information sheet with
name, address and church
data. They were given orange-
colored plastic bags holding
candy and gum and a church
brochure.
First Free Will Baptist
Church is located at 1387 South
Blvd. in Chipley. Sunday school,
with classes for all ages, begins
at 9:45 a.m. The worship ser-
vice starts at 10:45 a.m., and a
mid-week prayer and Bible
study begins at 6 p.m.
For more information, call
638-0598 or 638-5695.


Lifes a lot like a vaction at Disney World


A few weeks ago, my family and I
went to Disney World for a week. We
enjoyed it immensely, but it was ex-
hausting. An author once wrote, "Life
is tough ... it's no Disneyland." The
author is correct in assessing "life is
tough," and may I suggest life is very
much like Disney World?
First of all, everything is expensive. WES
It takes about $200, give or take a lot, Letyour
for a family of three just to get through
the gates. Before you do anything, you
are $200 poorer. But that is what life is all
about. Paying the cost (i.e. working), before
riding (i.e. pleasure). And yet, we know that
too many make the costly mistake of "buy
now, pay later." Be careful, pay the cost before
riding. Work before buying. (Matt. 20:1-16).
Second, there are the long lines. With
vacations at Disney World (and most any
amusement park), waiting is how everybody
spends the majority of their day. This teach-
es patience. Now honestly, isn't much of life
spent waiting and learning patience (James
6:10-11)?
What's the deal with the short rides. Fi-
nally the wait is over, and as soon as you get
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seated, the ride is over. Seldom does a
ride last longer than we want, unless
it is making us nauseas. In life, expe-
rience rarely lives up to our expecta-
tions. And yet, we get right back in line
again, don't we? Thankfully, no matter
what our expectation of heaven, our
experience will surpass all (John 14:
WEBB 1-3).
ght Shine Then, there are the complaining
kids and adults. We all know heat, hu-
midity, waiting and walking all lead
to ill tempers and even getting rained on
from time to time.
Ill-tempers lead to the '"I'm hungry's and
'I'm tired's." Looking at all the glamour is
what gets people to Disney World. That glam-
our leads to the got-to-have-its. More money
or just more complaining ensues. "No, no,
no," is probably said by more parents, in one
day at Disney than in an entire day anywhere
else in the world. Isn't much of life spent not
getting everything we want? How we handle
disappointment is what makes life good or
bad (Phil. 4:11-13).
The days are exhausting! Life is tough
-and yet who doesn't want to live or go to


Disney. Even having fun is hard work you
become exhausted. Even Paul got tired (Phil.
1:22).
You need the proper perspective. Can you
imagine the mental anguish if someone actu-
ally kept track of the time riding and watching
shows versus the time walking and waiting?
Do we really want to know how little time we
actually spent having fun? And yet, to do so
misses much of the point of going, spending
time together. And yet again, understanding
that is a perspective that comes with age. Ask
a child, "What was your favorite part?" and
you will get a barrage of answers as large and
as varied as the number of children you ask.
Ask a parent, and the answer is much more
predictable "I enjoyed spending time with
the family." Ask a child, and the best parts
are what they themselves enjoyed. Ask a
parent, and the joy is watching through their
children's eyes.
Just as physical maturity can teach us
much, spiritual maturity can bless us with
an entirely different perspective on life ... and
even death (Phil. 1:21-23).
Why do people buy souvenirs? Some
choose them for sentimental value, oth-


ers for their long-term value. Others simply
buy what catches their eye, especially kids.
Whether it is for comfort, or convenient size,
or favorite characters, or as a gift for a loved
one, souvenirs are big business. People buy
them because they can't take the whole park
home with them. When we die, we can't take
our souvenirs of life with us, except for our
eternal soul, an everlasting memento of our
stay here on earth (Matt. 26:46).
Is it worth it all in the end? Yes, life is a
lot like Disney World ... as long as you under-
stand what Disney World is really like.
Paul said in 2 Timothy 4:7-8, "For I am
already being poured out as a drink offer-
ing, and the time of my departure has come.
I have fought the good fight, I have finished
the course, I have kept the faith; in the future
there is laid up for me the crown of righteous-
ness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will
award to me on that day; and not only to me,
but also to all who have loved His appearing."

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


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Wednesday, November 19, 2008 Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Advertiser Page B5



Ministry NEWS





Family of 4 needs pastoral assistance


BONIFAY "There is an urgent
need for one of Holmes County's
own pastors," said Charles New-
man of the Holmes County Minis-
terial Association in a recent news
release.
"For obvious reasons, I can-
not disclose the name or give too
much information, but what I can
say is there is a legitimate need for
assistance. This family of four is a
hard working bi-vocational pasto-
ral family.
"They serve a small member-
ship church here in Holmes Coun-
ty and have a true servant's heart.
We have been able to help this fam-
ily pay a utility bill and with some
food but the needs are much deep-
er. Several pastors have suggested
that we combine our efforts and
present this pastoral family with a
love offering.
"I felt uncomfortable even ask-
ing this pastor to fill out the re-
quired application but I believe
strongly in being able to take care
of one of our own in a time of need.
My heart goes out to this family as
I reviewed the information. They
have had some very serious family
challenges, loss of jobs, and other
situations that make this an urgent
plea for help.
"I'm asking all churches and
pastors to pray about how you and/
or your congregation can reach out
to this family.
"If you and/or your congrega-
tion wish to send a love offering in


any amount, please drop it by the
ministry center (604 West Hwy. 90
- Bonifay) or you can drop it in the
mail to PO Box 154 Bonifay FL
32425. Please notate "November
Love Offering" in the memo sec-
tion of your check or outside of
your envelope.
"All funds collected will go im-
mediately to this family as they
are brought in. Donations can be
received throughout the month of
November but please know that
the need is considered urgent."


Bonifay First Assembly to
host fall and Christmas sale
BONIFAY Bonifay First Assem-
bly of God will be hold a fall and
Christmas bazaar sale beginning
at 9 a.m. Nov. 22 at 1009 S. Wauke-
sha St. in the fellowship hall. The
Women's Ministry will have cus-
tom-made items at wholesale
prices. Baked goods included. All
proceeds will go to missions, and
refreshments will be served. Call
547-0400.


call Anita at (850) 547-3997 to order.
The cost is $12, and it comes with
hard cover and an easel to hold it
up while you cook.


The Bradys in concert at

Carmel Assembly of God
BETHLEHEM Carmel Assembly
of God will host the Bradys in con-
cert beginning at 6 p.m. Nov. 30. For
more information, call 547-3266 or
log on to www.BradyBizMusic.com


Thanksgiving ceremony at
Jerusalem Baptist Church

CHIPLEY Chipley Ministerial
Association's annual Community-
Wide Thanksgiving Service will be
held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 25 at
Jerusalem Baptist Church.
The Rev. Price Wilson will bring
the message, and Jerusalem Bap-
tist will provide special music. An
offering will be collected to support
the Chipley Ministerial Associa-
tion's Needy Traveler's Flind. The
public is invited to attend.


Betlileliem Baptist liolding
Free coats and clothing at
COOkbook fundraiser Oakie Ride Ba tist
EHELHTEB M The ladies of Beth- P


lehem 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


ORANGE HILL Oakie Ridge Bap-
tist Church will be offering free
coats and good used clothing from
8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6.
The church is located 2971 Gilberts
Mill Road 12 miles south of Chipley


on Orange Hill Road. For more
information, call 638-4627; leave
a message if no one answers and
someone will return your call.


Ministerial Association
invites needy families

to Thanksgiving meal

BONIFAY The Holmes County
Ministerial Association is offering
a Thanksgiving meal to families
in need. Last year they fed twenty
families during the Thanksgiving
holiday. These are families that
ordinarily would not have had a
Thanksgiving meal. Because of lo-
cal support, they truly had a meal
to be thankful over.
Several applications for Thanks-
giving baskets have already been
received and the list continues to
grow each day. The Ministerial As-
sociation has partnered with the
Bay Area Food Bank and they will
be sponsoring four families but
this leaves many more in need of
help this year.
With the economic crisis, the
list will certainly be greater than
last year. Food drives are common
this time of year but with the eco-
nomic situation they have been few
and far between.
The Association is asking area
churches and/or Sunday school
classes to host a food drive as
there is a need for all sorts of food
but canned yams, boxed stuffing,


canned green beans and any des-
serts would certainly be useful. All
non-perishable food can and will
be utilized to help feed the needy
in our county.


773 apply for assistance
from Ministerial Association

BONIFAY The Holmes County
Ministerial Association has re-
ceived 773 applications for assis-
tance. Of these applications, they
have given nearly 400 boxes of food
and spent $28,775 to help with util-
ity bills, gas vouchers, and other
needs. As the economy worsens,
more and more middle income
families are coming in for assis-
tance. What this means is that
there are more families from all
walks of life that are being helped
by your ministerial association
ministry center.
This could not have been ac-
complished without continued
support. As of the end of Septem-
ber, they have received $11,320 in
contributions.
Volunteers are the wheels of
this ministry. Holmes County Min-
isterial Association will hold an
appreciation dinner Nov 20 for the
volunteers who have helped with
the Thrift Store and other areas
of the ministry. The dinner will be
at the First Baptist Church begin-
ning at 6:30 p.m. Stop in and see
Renee at the Thrift Store for more
details.


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin Lu-
ther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev. Larry
Brown.
New Bethel AME: Hwy. 90 in Bonifay.
Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME: 3816 Clemmons Road,
Vernon. Service on first and third Sun-
days at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
Singleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe Shef
field Rd., Chipley. Pastor is the Rev Roy
Hudson.
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson Commu-
nity Road, Vernon. Service on second and
fourth Sunday at 11 a.m., The Rev Leon
Singleton, pastor.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 1009 S.
Waukesha St. Pastor is John Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God: County
Road 160 in the Bethlehem Community.
Pastor is Tommy Moore.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
St. Pastor the Rev Dallas Pettis.
Cords of Love Assembly of God:
2060 Bethlehem Road, off Hwy 276, in the
Kynesville area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: Hwy 79 South.
Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School. Pastor
is Charles Carlton.
Graceville First Assembly of God: 5565
Brown Street. Pastor is Charles Jackson.
Lighthouse Assembly of God, 1201 S.
Waukesha Street (State 79) Bonifay Sun-
day School 10 a.m., Sunday services 11
a.m. and 6 p.m., every second Wednesday
fellowship supper. Pastor Michael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
Hwy 173, six miles north of Bonifay Pastor
is the Rev. Ben Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just off
Hwy 177-A north of Bonifay Pastor is the
Rev. William Walker.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy 179-
A off Hwy 2. Pastor Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God: Hwy.
179 A, eight miles north of Westville. Pastor
is the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethany Assembly of God: Shaky
Joe Road just off Hwy 280 at Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Leon Jenkins.
New Life Fellowship Assembly of God:
695 5th St., Chipley Pastor Vince Spencer
New SmyrnaAssembly of God, Adolph
Whitaker Road six miles north of Bonifay.
The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor.
Noma Assembly of God: 1062 Tindel
Street, Noma. Pastor is Jerry Leisz.
Northside Assembly of God: 1009 N
Rangeline St., across from Bonifay Elemen
tary. Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God: 2549
Smith Chapel Road, just off Hwy 177 A.
Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God Church: 3349
McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the Rev. Wesley
Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy 77.
Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God: Hwy 181
North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
WintervilleAssembly of God: Dogwood
Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch Johnson.
Baptist
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hills
Road in Chipley Pastor is Jesse Bowen.
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy 77.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of Boni-
fay on Hwy 79. Pastor is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy 177. Pastor is
Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
half-mile off Hwy 81. Pastor is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corner
where 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on the
lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N. Waukesha.
Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street. Pas-
tor is Tim Schneider
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South Blvd.
Pastor is Michael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will Baptist: 1387
South Blvd. Pastor is the Rev Paul Smith.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks: 574
Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast of Chi


pley off Orange
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: 1/2 mile
north of Hwy 2 on 179. Pastor is Herman
Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Hwy 277, Vernon.
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N Hwy 79. Pas-
tor is Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
Westville.
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor is the
Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249 Hwy 179.
Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles west
of Bonifay on Hwy. 90. Pastor Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory Hill
Road (Hwy 181 N), Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chipley.
Holyneck Missionary Baptist: 3395
Cemetery Lane, Campbellton. Pastor Rich
ard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist: 614
Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson is
pastor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is located in
northwest Holmes County Pastor is Stacy
Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: 1745
Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Pastor is
Henry Matthews.
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist: 1233
Old Bonifay Rd., Chipley Pastor is Dr. H.G.
McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist: Hwy 2,
one mile west of Hwy 79 in Esto. Pastor is
Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049 Sand-
ers Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Rudolph
Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off Hwy. 177. Pastor James
Carnley.
New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Hwys. 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
Greenwood.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford Road.
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor is Kermit
Soileau.
New Zion Baptist: Hwy 177 A north of
Hwy 2.
Noma Baptist: Hwy 175 north of Hwy.
2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of Hwys.
81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon. Pastor is Ken
Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads, southeast of
Chipley.
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east of
Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road. Pastor Phillip Gainer
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist, 816
Sunday Rd., Chipley Pastor if the Rev.
James Johns.
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist: 1783
Piney Grove Rd, south of Chipley Pastor is
Tim Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist: 1900
Pleasant Hill Rd.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor
John Howell.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555 Kynes-
ville Road (Hwy 276) between Cottondale
and Alford. Pastor is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Hwy 77. Pas-
tor is T Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955 High
way 177 A, Bonifay Pastor, Tim Shumaker.
St. John Free Will Baptist: St. John's
Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St. Matthew's Road, Caryville. Pastor is the
Rev. James Johns.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177-A, Bonifay 547-3517. Pastor
is Tim Shumaker.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located on Hwy.
277, three miles south of Hwy 90 in Chipley.
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013 Moss
Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev. Marcelious
Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy 177, a mile


south of Hwy 2. Pastor is Maurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road, Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey Martin.
Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church St.,
Vernon.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W. Indiana
Ave.
Lutheran
Grace Lutheran: Hwy 90 East, Bonifay.
Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
Catholic
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Hwy 177 A in
Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic: Hwy.
77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295 Brick
yard Road. Wes Webb is minister.
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N. Hwy.
79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock Ave.
Pastor is John Stamey.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of God:
Hwy 77 South. Pastor is Victor Fisher.
Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T Powell.
Church of God in Christ
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of God in
Christ: 739 7th Street (next to the National
Guard Armory) in Chipley Pastor is David
Woods, Jr.
Spirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
2128 Pate Pond Rd, Caryville. Pastor is El-
der Tony Howard.
Church of God in Prophecy
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386 W.
Jackson Ave., Chipley Pastor is Ernest
Dupree.
Episcopal
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy 90 West,
Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Hwy 179. Pastors are
the Rev. Norman and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin Rd.,
Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608 West 8th
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
Jehovah'sWitnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
2048 Hwy 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Hwy 90, Bonifay.
Jewish
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Islam
Mosque available in Blountstown.
Pentecostal
First United Pentecostal: 1816 Hwy 90
W., Chipley Pastor is James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100 Highway
90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Hwy 179 A, Westville. Pastor is Ray
Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle: Hwy.77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead. Pas-
tor is Larry Willoughby.
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis D.
Brown.
Turning Point First United Pentecostal:
Hwy 90 West, Chipley Pastor is James
Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick.
Fifth United Pentecostal Holliness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley Pastor
is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor is
Evangelist B. Snipes.
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Methodist
Bethlehem United Methodist: Hwy.
177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: Oklahoma
Street.
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
miles west of Miller's Crossroads on Hwy. 2.
Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist: 1285
Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist: Hwy.
173 N., 10 miles from Bonifay.
Lakeview United Methodist: Hwy 279
near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview Drive. Pas-
tor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational Methodist:
Just off Hwy 2 in Holmes County's New
Hope community Pastor is the Rev. Tom


Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist:
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist: North of
Ponce de Leon off Hwy 81 (look for sign).
Pleasant Grove United Method-
ist: 2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Crossroads.
Poplar Head United Methodist: 1.5
miles north of Hwy. 2 on Hwy 163.
Red Hill United Methodist: State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor is the
Rev. Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy. 79.
Pastor is John Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist: Hwy.77.
Presbyterian
Chipley 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 Lat-
ter day Saints,North Ride, Bonifay, Florida
32425 (850)547-1254 or (850)547-4557
Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua Bowen Chi-
pley Ward: Bishop Charles Munns
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton 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: 4283 Hwy 77. Pas
tor is William E. Holman.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy 77.
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship As-
sembly: 3253 Hwy 2. Pastor is Bobby
Tidwell.
New Effort Church: New Effort Church
Road, Bonifay Pastor is Brent Jones.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle, Wausau.
Pastor Carlos Finch.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy. 79. Pastor
Keith Mashburn.
White Double Pond: Pastor is Michael
Monk.
Liberty Church: Creek Road in Vernon.
Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy and Jeanne
Steele.
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley Pastor is Debbie
Williams.
House of Prayer Worship Center: 763
West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B. McKinnie.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy. 77 (meets Sundays at 6 p.m.
for Bible study). Pastor is Fred King.
Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
Sundays, 2 p.m. Off 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 Alford at 1772 Macedo-
nia Road. Pastor is James Vickery.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Rd. between Wausau
and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev. Teddy Joe
Bias.
The Potter's 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, Vernon. Pas-
tors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Rd. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Faith Covenant Fellowship: Hwy 277
half-mile south of 1-10.
Caryville Evangelistic Center: 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 light in Wausau.
Pastor is the Rev. S. J. Cunningham.
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon), Chipley,
Sunday services 10:30 a.m. Pastor is Larry
Capan.


GIVING THANKS
As we near the annual celebration of Thanksgiving, many of us
reflect on the many reasons that we have to be thankful.And,giv-
en the abundance of things to be thankful for, it is certainly wise
and appropriate to do so. But,
shouldn't we be thankful dur-
ing the rest of the year as well,
and shouldn't this attitude ex-
4 : tend beyond thetypical things
for which we are thankful, such
as our families, our work, and
food on our plate? Indeed,
if we pause to reflect on the
ultimate source of our being
and life itself, we realize that
gratitude should be a funda-
mental part of our lives and a
constant mode of our being in
the world.That is, our very lives,and existence itself are things for
which we should be profoundlythankful.And though some may
consider the question of existence (and where it all came from)
to be a fundamental mystery, certainly no one is responsible for
bringing himself into existence. And thus, we owe our existence
to someone or something outside of ourselves. Existence is in-
deed something to be reverentially thankful for, and not surpris-
ingly,the more gratitude we have in our lives the better our lives
seem to become. Those cynics who look around and see war,
famine, and injustice are quick to point out that it is hard to be
thankful for the evil we see in the world; however,they neglect to
see that the people who are perpetrating crime and injustice are
themselves lacking in this fundamental attitude ofThanksgiving.
So, we can make our lives better by making every day a day of
Thanksgiving, and taking time each day to reflect on all that we
have to be thankful for.
In everything give thanks; for this is the willof God in Christ Jesus for
you. New K.J.V.1 Thessalonians 5:18


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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes Coun-
ty Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Coun-
cil on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club
meeting, held at Blitch's Restau-
rant in Bonifay.
1 p.m. Line dancing, Washing-
ton Council on Aging in Chipley
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipo-
lar 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, Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY, NOV. 20
7:30 a.m.-Washington County
Chamber of Commerce break-
fast.
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 Coun-
cil on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
10 a.m. 2 p.m. The Vernon
Historical Society Museum is
open to the public every Wednes-
day from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. and
meetings are the fourth Wednes-
day of the month at 2 p.m.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library
preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library
open.
2 p.m.-Hospice of the Emerald
Coast grief support group, held
at Jackson County Public Library,


2929 Green Street, Marianna.
3 p.m.-Vernon Garden Club
meeting.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located
three miles north of Bonifay on
Hwy. 79.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at New Hope
Volunteer Fire Station, Highway 2
in Holmes County.

FRIDAY, NOV. 21
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County
Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Coun-
cil on Aging provides bingo, exer-
cise, games, activities, hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Presbyte-
rian Church in Chipley.

SATURDAY, NOV. 22
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes Coun-
ty Library open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library,
Chipley Library, Vernon Library
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anonymous
meeting, held at Bonifay Meth-
odist Church, Oklahoma Street,
Bonifay.

SUNDAY, NOV. 23
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held in the board room at
Graceville-Campbellton Hospital
Boardroom, Graceville.

MONDAY, NOV. 24
CLOSED: Holmes County Li-
brary, Vernon Library, Wausau
Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Coun-
cil on Aging provides bingo, exer-
cise, games, activities, hot meals


and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
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.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Council
meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, Blessed Trinity Catho-
lic Church, located on Hwy 177A,
Bonifay.


TUESDAY, NOV. 25
CLOSED: Holmes County Li-
brary.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library
open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library
open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Coun-
cil on Aging provides hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club
meeting.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
5:30p.m. Chipley Downtown
Merchants Association, 827 Main
St.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Com-
mission meets fourth or last Tulies-
day
6:30-Washington County Re-
publican Party meeting held at
794 Third St. in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic
Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
closed meeting, held at Presbyte-
rian Church in Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.


MARIANNA The Chipola Col-
lege Cosmetology program is ac-
cepting applications Nov. 1-30 for
the Spring semester which begins
in January 2009.
The program will accept only
the first 15 qualified applicants.
Cosmetology is a competency-
based, self-paced, open-entry
program. A passing score on the
TABE (Test of Adult Basic Edu-
cation) is required with program
entry.
Cosmetology is designed to
prepare the student for employ-
ment as a licensed hairdresser


Chipola College's Chamber
Chorus and Community Singers
and the Chipola Rock and Jazz
Ensemble will host a concert,
Tapestry of Music, in the Chipola
Arts Center, Monday, Nov. 24, at
7 p.m. This event is free and open
to the public.
The Chamber Chorus under
the direction of Lenore Hample
will perform with such songs as
"For the Beauty of the Earth,"
John Rutter's "Look at the
World," and Handel's "Thanks
to be Thee." The Chorus is ac-
companied by Dr. Josh Martin
and will also include guest ac-
companist Dr. Christine Yoshi-
kawa and Kristofer Hammond on
trumpet.
The 25-member Rock and
Jazz Ensemble under the direc-


MARIANNA The Chipola Col-
lege Science Club will host a sem-
inar on Nuclear Energy, at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 19, in Jackson
Hall in building Z.
John Williams, senior engi-
neer of Southern Nuclear will dis-
cuss the nuclear power as part of
the U.S. energy mix, nuclear plan
technology, industry challenges
and current research on reactor
design, spent fuel reprocessing
and fusion.
Williams earned a B.S. in Nu-
clear and Radiological Engineer-


and cosmetologist, registered
nails or facial specialist, and to
provide supplemental training for
persons previously or currently
employed in these occupations.
The approximately one-year pro-
gram prepares the student for
successful completion of the state
licensure examination, which is
required for the practice of cos-
metology. Program hours are
Monday through Thursday from
7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Financial aid is available. For
information, contact instructor
Paige Vanderwerf at 718-2285.


tion of Daniel Powell will swing
into action with a wide variety
of styles including blues, swing,
Latin, rock, funk, and ballads.
Marianna vocalist Donna Para-
more will join the Jazz Band for
her rendition of "When I Fall in
Love."
The Christmas CD "A Chipola
Family Christmas," will be on
sale at the concert for $15. Pro-
ceeds from the CD will support
the Joan B. Stadsklev Fine and
Performing Arts Endowed Schol-
arship. Stadsklev has served
as Chair of the Fine and Per-
forming Arts Department since
1987.
For concert information,
contact Anita Shealy at
(850) 718-2277 or e-mail shealya@
chipola.edu.


ing from the Georgia Institute of
Technology. He has 10 years of
experience in the nuclear indus-
try with a focus on reactor core
design, licensing and nuclear fuel
issues. He also takes an active
role in the development of young
engineers and students interest-
ed in engineering and the nuclear
industry. He is the son of Chipola
math professor Dr. Cherry Ward.
For information about the
seminar, contact Dr. Jeff Bodart
at 526-2761, Ext. 3252, or e-mail
bodartj @chipola.edu.


Pauline Dickerson


Obituaries


Betty Jean Brock


Clayton Blackmon


Pauline Dickerson, 84, of
Graceville died Nov. 7 at her
residence.
She was born April 30,
1924, in Geneva County,
Ala., to the late R.C. and
Elcie Whittle Baxley. She
worked with Jackson County
Convalescent Center for
many years as a culinary
specialist and personal
caregiver. She also was
an active member of First
Baptist Church of Graceville
and the Dorcas Sunday
school class.
Her husband, Eddie J.
Dickerson, preceded her in
death.
She is survived by her
sons and daughters, James
Dickerson and wife, Linda,
of Monks Corner, S.C., Bobby
Dickerson and, wife, Yvonne


Harold I. Shepherd, 85,
of Bonifay died Nov. 8 at
Bonifay Nursing and Rehab
Center. He was born July 28,
1923, in Youngstown, Ohio,
to Ronald L. and Olive Mae
Shepherd.
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World War II in the United




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of Escondido, Calif., Cecil
Lee Dickerson and wife,
Marie, of Loganville, Ga.,
Frankie Dickerson and wife,
Lesley, of Newport News,
Va., Barbara Meadows and
Karen Naumann both of
Leesburg; 12 grandchildren;
and 20 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Nov. 11 at the funeral
home chapel. Burial
followed in church cemetery
with James & Lipford
Funeral Home of Graceville
directing.
In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made to
the Dorcas Sunday school
class,
c/o of First Baptist
Church of Graceville,
PO. Box 565, Graceville,
FL 32440.


States Army Air Force.
He was preceded in
death by his parents and
wife, Lena Mae Bregar
Shepherd. Memorialization
was by cremation with burial
in the Esto Community
Cemetery. Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay, directing.



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Betty Jean Johnson
Brock, 82, of Chipley died
Nov. 8.
She was born April 6,
1926, in Cottondale, the
youngest of nine children
born to Angus 0. Johnson
Sr. and Emma Cutchens
Johnson. She graduated
from Cottondale High School
in 1945 and owned and
operated Betty's Flowers in
Chipley for many years. She
was a Baptist by faith and a
member of the New Orange
Baptist Church.
Along with her parents,
she was preceded in death
by five brothers; two sisters;
a daughter, Carole Hawk
and her husband, Kenneth
Hawk; and a son-in-law,


Charles Samuel Eskew,
71, of Bonifay died Nov 11 in
Panama City.
He was a native of South
Carolina and had resided
in Bonifay for the last 10
years. He was a supervisor
and retired from Dan Rivers
Corporation. He was of the
Baptist faith.
He was preceded in death
by a son, Mack Eskew; a
brother, Bobby Eskew; and a
sister, Linda Cooper.
Survivors include a


Myrtle Pate Forehand,
95, of Bonifay died Nov. 10, at
Bonifay Nursing and Rehab
Center.
She was born June 25,
1913, in Bonifay to Alex and
Camella Davis Pate.
Forehand was preceded
in death by her parents;
her husband, Hezzie; one
son, Ralph Forehand;
one grandson, Rodney
Forehand; and three
brothers, Horace, Hurtis and
Roy Pate. She is survived
by one son, Bob Hezzie
Forehand Jr. and wife,
Frances, of Jacksonville;


James Rogers.
She is survived by
her husband of 61 years,
the Rev. Alcus R. Brock;
one daughter, Yvonne
Carmichael and husband,
Earl; one son, David Brock
and wife, Trish, all of
Chipley; a sister, Eula Mae
Dilmore of Gulf Breeze;
13 grandchildren; 21
great-grandchildren; and
many nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services were
held Nov. 11, at the funeral
home's Brickyard Road
Chapel with the Rev. Phillip
Gainer and the Rev. Trent
Gann officiating. Interment
followed in Oakie Ridge
Baptist Cemetery.


daughter, Rita Davis of
Bonifay; one brother,
Henry Eskew Jr. and
wife, Florence, of Pelcer,
S.C.; one sister, Joyce and
husband, Tommy Brown, of
Williamston, S.C.; and one
granddaughter.
Funeral service was Nov.
14 at Northside Assembly of
God in Bonifay with the Rev.
Ed Bell officiating. Burial
followed in the Bonifay
City Cemetery with Brown
FRneral Home directing.


two daughters, Bernice
Forehand Mitchem and
Wynelle Forehand Steele
and husband, Richard, all of
Bonifay; nine grandchildren;
15 great-grandchildren;
and five great-great-
grandchildren.
Services were held Nov.
12 at the funeral home
chapel in Bonifay with
the Rev. Tommy Moore
and the Rev Jerry Moore
officiating. Interment
followed in the New Smyrna
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay directing.


Clayton Blackmon, 80, of
Graceville, died Nov. 10 at
his home in Graceville.
He was the son of the late
John Blackmon and the late
Susie (Terry) Blackmon.
He was preceded in
death by his daughter, Diana
Garstka.
He is survived by his
wife, Varis Fay (Miller)
Blackmon; four daughters,
Marie Gunter of Geraldine,
Ala., Kathy Anderson of
Hawkins, Wis., Jody Bradley
of Westville and Mary
Holman of Chipley; three
sons, Clayton M. Blackmon
of DeFaniak Springs,
Robert Blackmon of Chipley


Earlene Cavender, 60, of
Orlando, died Nov. 8 at her
home in Orlando.
She is fomrerly of Bonifay.
She was the daughter of the
late Mozell Stewart.
Survivors include her one
son, Thomas Roy Cavender
of Altamonte Springs; two
sisters, Nearlene Barnes
of Orlando and Geraldine
Lindsey of Bonifay; one
brother, Bill Coates


Catholine Street, 73, of
Perry, Ga., died Nov. 11 after
a courageous battle with
cancer. She was born Aug.
8, 1937, in Bonifay to the late
Maurice Ellis and Lillian
Chatwood Ellis. She married
Voight E. Street and moved
to Pensacola. When her
husband retired, they moved
to Perry, Ga.
In addition to her
parents, her husband of 53
years, Voight E. Street and
great-grandmothers, Laura
Ellis and Margaret Grant
Chatwood preceded her in
death.
Survivors include her
children, Karen Lynn
Godfrey and husband, Steve,
Mark Edward Street and
wife, Diane, and Michael
Eugene Street and wife,


and Jeffrey Blackmon of
Samson, Ala.; two sisters,
Dorothy Cardona and
Bernice Blackmon, both of
Chicago, Ill.; two brothers,
Clifton Blackmon of Dewitt,
Ark., and C. T. Peebles
of Summersville, La.; 14
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
Funeral service was in
the funeral home chapel
Nov 12 with the Rev. Ronnie
Wright
officiating. Interment
followed at Hickory Hill
Cemetery in Westville with
Sims Funeral Home Inc.
of Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.


of Clearmont and two
grandchildren.
Funeral service
was Nov 12 at Pleasant
Home FWB Church,
with the Rev. Jeep
Sullivan officiating.
Interment followed at
Pleasant Home Cemetery in
Black, Ala., with
Sims Faneral Home of
Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.


Tammy; a sister, Margie
E. Poret; brother, Austin
F Ellis; sister-in-law, Ann
Bailey; eight grandchildren
and 10 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service was
held Nov. 15 in the funeral
home chapel with the Rev.
Myrna Kay officiating.
McCullough Funeral
Home was in charge of
arrangements.
Memorial donations
may be made to the
Multiple Myeloma
Research Foundation, 383
Main Avenue, Fifth Floor,
Norwalk, CT 06851; or to the
American Cancer Society,
804 Cherry St., Suite A,
Macon GA 31201.
Visit www.mccoulloughfh.
com to sign the online
registry.


Cosmetology program accepting applications


Campus to host Tapestry of Music concert


Science Club to discuss nuclear energy


Harold Shepherd


Charles S. Eskew


Earlene Cavender


Myrtle P. Forehand


Catholine Street





Wednesday, November 19, 2008


Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser/Washington County News | B7


POPS Orchestra shares Appalachian Christmas Brain Bowl Gold Team


MARIANNA The Chipo-
la College Artist Series
presents "An Appalachian
Christmas," performed by
the Atlanta Pops Orchestra,
Monday, Dec. 8.
Individual tickets are $12
for adults and $8 for ages
18 and under. Tickets go on
sale Nov. 24 at the Chipola
Business Office.
"An Appalachian Christ-
mas" creates the feeling of a
small community at Christ-
mas time with a diverse pro-
gram including traditional
and not so traditional holi-
day favorites ranging from
"The 12 Days of Christmas,"
"Little Drummer Boy," "In
Dulci Jubilo," "Deck the
Halls," and music from the
Appalachian region. Audi-
ence members are invited
to come early and hear the


brass section playing in the
lobby at 6:30 p.m. The audi-
ence will join in with some
surprises toward the end of
the show.
Much of the music en-
joyed in the U.S. at Christ-
mas time originated in
the Appalachians or was
brought over from Ireland,
Scotland and England and
became tradition here.
Special guests for the
program will be the popu-
lar Harp Flute duet Gen-
tle Rain. Rich Jones and
Christine Drescher will be
featured prominently in the
concert with renditions of
"Greensleeves," "Deck The
Halls" and "The Holly and
The Ivy." They will be joined
on other Christmas favorites
by Dulcimer player and per-
cussionist Scott Douglas.


Two more exciting per-
formances will are sched-
uled as part of the 2008-09
Chipola Artist Series.
"The Music at the Cross-
roads" presented by Celtic
Crossroads will have audi-
ences enjoying St. Patrick's
Day a bit early on Jan. 26.
Celtic Crossroads is criti-
cally acclaimed as one of the
best live music concerts to
come from Ireland in over 20
years. This magical display
of music incorporates seven
world-class musicians, play-
ing an array of both tradi-
tional and non-traditional
instruments on stage, creat-
ing an unforgettable musical
experience.
ChristineYoshikawa, clas-
sical pianist, will perform
March 24. The Canadian
pianist has enjoyed a multi-


faceted international career
performing as soloist with
orchestras, recitalist, cham-
ber musician, and teaching
master classes throughout
North America, Europe, and
Asia. She is on the Roster of
Recording Artists for Eroica
Classical Recordings and
serves on faculty at Chipola
College.
The Chipola Artist Series
is funded through Chipola's
Performing Arts Fund, with
grants from the National
Endowment for the Arts,
the Southern Arts Federa-
tion, the Florida Division of
Cultural Affairs, the Chipola
Regional Arts Association
and corporate donors.
For performance infor-
mation, contact Joan Stad-
sklev at 850-718-2301 or stad-
skleyj@chipola.edu


claims runner-up title


MARIANNA The Chipola Brain Bowl Gold Team com-
peted in the Academic Competition Federation Fall Tour-
nament Nov. 7-8 at the University of Florida. The 20-team
field included eleven four-year colleges and 9 community
colleges.
The four-year schools included Florida State, Georgia,
South Florida and South Carolina. The Chipola Team fin-
ished the initial round robin with a 6-3 record, with wins
over South Carolina B, Georgia D, and Manatee. Chipo-
la's losses came against Florida State, Georgia and South
Florida.
Chipola finished third in their bracket, which placed
them in the top six overall. This advanced the team to Tier
A, where they played in another round robin to determine
the champion. Chipola was the only junior college team to
advance to the final rounds.
Unfortunately, Chipola lost its games to South Carolina
A, Georgia A, and New College South Carolina A claimed
the Division I championship. Florida State won the Divi-
sion II title, with Chipola claiming the DII runner-up posi-
tion. Division II teams must have players in their freshmen
and sophomore year of college.


Communication is key in picking the right veterinarian


As our pets become more
and more an extension of our
human families, their health-
care and who is providing it is
increasingly important.
Dr. Dan Posey, Clinical As-
sistant Professor at the Texas
A&M College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, explains that picking
the right veterinarian is a se-
rious decision and numerous
factors should be considered.
"The first would be if the
veterinarian is a good com-
municator," states Posey "I
believe this varies with the cli-
ent's needs, large animal vs.
food animal vs. small animal,
but all clients desire, regard-
less of species or business
relation, a veterinarian that
strives to have good client
rapport."
Although most pet owners
may not know much about
the actual medical proce-
dures performed, it is usually
apparent if the veterinarian is
compelled to serve and fulfill
their client's needs and if this
is a person that loves being


Pet TALK
a veterinarian. "The vet-
erinarian should be both pas-
sionate about their profession
and empathetic and compas-
sionate towards their clients
as seen through their profes-
sional service," says Posey.
While there should not be
many differences in compe-
tency between a large ani-
mal veterinarian and a small
animal veterinarian, most do
have specific interests.
Exotic pet owners also
have to make sure that their
small animal practitioner can
handle these less-common
animals. Most private prac-
tices clearly state available
services in exotic care.
"Some, but not all, small
animal practices have veteri-
narians that are passionate
about exotics and can easily
handle routine needs of the
pocket pet, reptile, and bird.
You will find other practices
that have veterinarians that
can go well beyond routine
exotic care because of their


desire and training," says
Posey. "If your veterinarian
does not offer or specialize
in these services, all private
practices have the ability to
offer referral services for the
care of their patients and cli-
ents."
Although their communi-
cations skills and interests
play a vital role in choosing
the right veterinarian, what
makes them a medical expert
is their training and educa-
tion.
While all private veteri-
nary practitioners have to
earn a Doctor of Veterinary
Medicine, pass a national li-
censing exam, and receive
a license through their state
board, veterinarians are
life-long learners and are
continually advancing their
knowledge base, through self
study, continuing education
experiences, and colleague
interaction.
"They also can advance
their professional develop-
ment and education through
a variety of specialty training.


This could be internships,
certification programs, resi-
dencies, and different spe-
cialty board certifications,"
states Posey. "These are very
important aspects of veteri-
nary training and could be
important depending of the
needs of the patient."
When choosing a vet,
reputation is also important.
Start by asking family, friends
and co-workers about their
veterinarians.
"I wouldn't take one opin-
ion but a variety so that you
can make a decision. I then
would set up an initial visit so
that you can express your ex-


pectations, and you can meet
the staff and see the facility
and make an informed deci-
sion," advises Posey.
Problems and complaints
occur in all practices. They
derive from not meeting a de-
sired outcome or expectation
to the rare negligence case,
but it is important that clients


While there are so many
things to consider when mak-
ing this important decision,
the key to picking a veterinar-
ian is to communicate with
them and make sure that
they are committed to serv-
ing both their patients and
clients well.


understand the basis of the Pet Talk is a service of
complaint, the College of Veterinary
"If you are concerned Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
about complains you have ences, Texas A&M Universi-
heard regarding a local vet- ty. Stories can be viewed on
erinarian, contact the state li- the Web at http://tamunews.
censing board to confirm the tamu.edu/. Suggestions for
accuracy of the complaints," future topics may be directed
adds Posey to editor@cvm.tamu.edu.


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210.00 FEET; THENCE ERTY are defendants. I will an action has been filed
NORTH 07 DEGREES 07 sell to the highest and best against you and that you
MINUTES 21 SECONDS bidder for cash at the are required to serve a
EAST 210.00 FEET; FRONT STEPS at the copy of your written de-
THENCE NORTH 82 DE- Holmes County Court- fenses, if any, to it on
ANNOUNCEMENTS GREES 52 MINUTES 39 house, in Bonifay, Florida, DOROTHY LOUISE COOK,
SECONDS WEST, 210.00 at 11:00 a.m on the 11 day whose address is 750
1100 Legal Advertising FEET TO THE POINT OF of December, 2008, the EAST BLVD., CHIPLEY FL
1120- CPublic Notices/ BEGINNING. following described prop- 32428 on or before Nov.
Announcements erty as set forth in said Fi- 21, 2008, and file the origi-
1130 Adoptions ANY PERSON CLAIMING nal Judgment, to wit: nal with the clerk of this
1140- Happy Ads AN INTEREST IN THE EXHIBIT'A' Court at PO BOX 397,
1150 Personals SURPLUS FROM THE A portion of land situated BONIFAY FL 32425, be-
1160- Lost SALE, IF ANY, OTHER in Section 21, Township 6 fore service on Petitioner
1170- Found THAN THE PROPERTY North, Range 15 West, be- or immediately thereafter
OWNER AS OF THE DATE ing more particularly de- If you fail to do so, a de-
OF THE LIS PENDENS scribed as follows: fault may be entered
MUST FILE A CLAIM Beginning atthe Northwest against you for the relief
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER Corner of the SW 1/4 of demanded in the petition.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THE SALE. Section 21, Township 6 Copies of all court docu-
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL In accordance with the North, Range 15 West, ments in this case, in-
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Americans with Disabilities Holmes County, Florida; cluding orders, are availa-
#P3013. Power HOLMES COUNTY FLOR- Act of 1990 (ADA), disa- thence run S 8720'16" E ble at the Clerk of the Cir-
Windows & IDA bled person who, because along the North line of said cuit Court's office. You
Locks, Tilt, CIVIL DIVISION of their disabilities, need a SW 1/4 for a distance of may review these docu-
D CASE NO.: 30-2008-CA-82 special accommodation to 330.00 feet; thence depart- ments upon request.
Cruise, CI EMC MORTGAGE COR- participate in this proceed- ing said North line run S You must keep the Clerk of
Player PORATION, ing should contact the 02013'54" E for a distance the Circuit Court's office
Plaintiff, ADA Coordinator at 201 N. of 361.38 feet; thence run notified of your current ad-
vs. Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, N 71017'12" W for a dis- dress. (You may file Notice
SOL A. ANDERSON; Florida 32425 or Tele- tance of 367.60 feet to the of Current Address, Florida
PRIMEQUITY LLC; phone Voice/TDD (850) West line of said SW 1/4; Supreme Court Approved
STEPHANIE ANDERSON; 547-1100 prior to such thence run N 0059'10" E Family Law Form 12.915.)
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE proceeding, along said West line for a Future papers in this law-
AS UNKNOWN TENANT Dated this 13 day of No- distance of 258.54 feet to suit will be mailed to the
(S) IN POSSESSION OF vember, 2008. the point of beginning, address on record at the
THE SUBJECT PROP- Cody Taylor Containing 104,674,92 clerk's office.
#R3000. Power ERTY Clerk Of The Circuit Court square feet, 2.40 acres, WARNING: Rule 12.285,
Windows & Defendants. By: Diane Eaton more or less. Subject to Florida Family Law Rules
Locks, Tilt, NOTICE OF FORECLO- Deputy Clerk Road Right of Way for of Procedure, requires cer-
CD P er SURE SALE As published in the Flowing Well Road tain automatic disclosure
D Player NOTICE IS HEREBY Holmes County (County Maintained) of documents and informa-
GIVEN pursuant to a Final Times-Advertiser Novem- According to survey by tion. Failure to comply can
0 9 9 5 Judgment of Foreclosure ber 19, 26, 2008. Thomas E. Jenkins, JR., result in sanctions, includ-
dated the 7 dayof Novem E. CRCU OURT ert. 4063, dated ing dismissal or striking of
1 O AF9 9 ber, 2008, and entered in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Case No. 30-2008-CA-82, OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL NY PERSON CLAIMING Dated September 30
of the Circuit Court of the CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR AN INTEREST IN THE 2008.
14TH Judicial Circuit in HOLMES COUNTY FLOR-SURPLUS FROM THECLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
and for Holmes County, IDA SALE, IF ANY OTHER COURT


Fl rida, wherein EMC CVLOF SMITH; MEGAN ANNE meFcAn es IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OR5d THE SUBJECT PROP- BEST; UNKNOWN W THAN THE PROPERTY By: Cindy Jackson
TIONRTY are defendants. I wil SPOU30-2008-E OF MEGANCA-000376 OWNER AS OFTHE DATE Deputy Clerk
iSOL A. ANDERSON; COUNTRYWIDE HOMEC 0 OF THE LIS PENDENS As published in the
rol, I PRIMEQUITY LLC; LOANS, INC., O MUST FILE A CLAIM H o I m e s C o u n t y
STEPHANIE ANDERSON; Plaintiffda WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER Times-Advertiser October
THE SALE. 29 & November 5, 12, 19,
JOHN DOE; JANE DOE vs on.


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liateControl IN POSSESSION OF SMITH; MEGAN ANNE Americans with Disabilities IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
THE SUBJECT PROP- BEST; UNKNOWN act of 1990 (ADA), disa- OF THE FOURTEENTH
S 5 ERTYare defendants. will SPOUSE OF MEGAN bled person who, because JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND


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COMMENCE AT THE GIVEN pursuant to a F participate in this proceed CVLACTIO AN HILL
NORTHEAST CORNER OFat the JudgASON SMITH; UN- ing should contact the LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Holmes County CourtHE SE dated theKNOWN SPOUSE OF lms Coun 4507 Je Lane
#R2995A. house, in Bonifay, Florida, WINSTON A. SMITH; klahomAdvertisertreet, Nove Basc302008 CA 000415
at 11:00 a.m on the 11 day JOHN DOE; JANE DOE 26,2008 CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
Leather, of December, 2008, the AS UNKNOWNTEN30-2008-CA-000376, of the32425 or Tele WN
Climate Control following described prop () IN POSSESSION OF14TH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MVICESLLE BARNHINC,
Loaded! erty as set forth in said Fi- THE SUBJECT PROP- 5471100 prior to such Plaintiff,
nal Judgment, to wit: ERTY proceeding.CIAL CIRCUIT, IN 4507 Jerrilynn Lane
SEE EXHIBIT 'A' AT_ Defendants. Dated this 13 day of No- SHANE A. BARNHILL, et
TACHED THENCRETO AND NOTICE OF FORECLO- vember, 2008. al,
MADE A PART HEREO SURE SALE Cody Taylor Defendant(s).
SECONDS WEST 48508 Plaintiff and SHEREBYIDAN Clerk Of The Circuit Court NOTICE OF ACTION







1 49 FEET TO THE POINT OF JASON SMITH; MEGAN Division A SAN AD ALL UNKNOWN
COMMENCE AT THE GIVEN pursuant to a Final D ianeOROTHY LOUISE COOK PARTIES CLAIMING B YARNHILL
NORTHEAST CORNER OF Judgment of Foreclosure KNOWN DOLPHUS COOK AGAINST THEKNOWN ADDHERESSIN
THE NE 14 OF THE SE 14 dated the 7 day of Novem spondent. NAMED INDIVIDUAL
OF SECTION 14, TOWN ber, 2008, and entered in- NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE
SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE Case No. Times-Advertiser Novem CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
17 WEST, HOLMES 30-2008-CA-000376, of the ber 19, 26, 2008. KNOWN
COUNTY FLORIDA, Circuit Court of the 14TH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MICHELLE BARNHILL
THENCE WEST ALONG Judicial Circuit in and for OF THE FOURTEENTH LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
FORTY LINE, 517.06 Holmes County, Florida, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 4507 Jerrilynn Lane
FEET; THENCE SOUTHO6 wherein COUNTRYWIDE AND FOR HOLMES Bascom, FLS32423
4L DEGREES 22 MINUTES 36 HOME LOANS, INC. is the COUNTY FLORIDA CURRENT ADDRESS: UN-
SECONDS WEST 485.08 Plaintiff and SHERIDAN Case No.: 08-441 DR KNOWN
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82 BEGINNING IN THE CEN ANNE BEST UNKNOWN DOROTHY LOUISE COOK PARTIES CLAIMING BY
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COUNTY ROAD; THENCE ANNE BEST, UNKNOWN DOLPHUS COOK AGAINST THE HEREIN
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MINUTES 21 SECONDS JASON SMITH; UN- NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE
WEST ALONG CENTER- KNOWN SPOUSE OF DISSOLUTION OF MAR- NOT KNOWN TO BE
LINE OF GRADED ROAD WINSTON A. SMITH; RIAGE DEAD OR ALIVE,
210.00; THENCE SOUTH JOHN DOE; JANE DOE TO: WILLIAM DOLPHUS WHETHER SAID UN-
82 DEGREES 52 MINUTES AN UNKNOWN TENANT COOK 750 EAST BLVD., KNOWN PARTIES MAY
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SEES, GRANTEES, OR dress. (You may file Notice tion, 2801 Highway 280 For Sale: Oak firewood Thurs, Fri, & Sat, Nov 20,
OTHER CLAIMANTS of Current Address, Florida South, Birmingham, Ala- Rescued- Female dog, Wanted To Buy antiques, seasoned and 21 22 9S00-until 727
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: Supreme Court Approved bama 35223, has applied beautiful black Lab mix, collectibles, gold, silver, mixed load, delivered a nd 21, 22. 900-until.
UNKNOWN Family Law Form 12.915.) to the Federal Reserve approx 1% years old. dinnerware, collections, green, split and delivered.850-547-2037 Hwy Watch for signs
CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- Future papers in this law- Board for permission to Healthy, friendly and is paintings, call Al Schmidt Call -------------
KNOWN suit will be mailed to the become a bank holding very attentive. Spayed, up 850-638-7304 P Yard Sale. Sat., Nov. 22.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that address on record at the company by acquiring 100 to date on shots, heart 1701 Old Bonifay Rd., just
an action to foreclose a clerk's office. percent of the outstanding guard and flea control. past Cope Rd. Telescope,
mortgage on the following WARNING: Rule 12.285, shares of a bank holding Please phone | 3220 Bow Flex, bicycles, Air
property in HOLMES Florida Family Law Rules company and its subsidi- 850-638-4228 if you would Hockey table, dishes,
County, Florida: of Procedure, requires cer- ary bank. The entities to like to provide a forever 3130 &B Furniture 1342 North clothes, games, large mir-
COMMENCE AT THE IN- tain automatic disclosure be acquired are Bonifay home. RR Avenue, Chipley. Weror toys, gas blowers air
TERSECTION OF THE of documents and informa- Holding Company, Inc. BigBigChristmasAuc- pay cash for clean, qualty purifiers, hristmastree &
WEST LINE OF THE tion. Failure to comply can and its wholly-owned bank tion November 29, 2008, 50-415-686furniture. Ask f5570211 or more.7AM.
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF result in sanctions, includ- subsidiary, The Bank of 6:00 p.m. Location; old Pasco or Caroln
SOUTHEAST1/4, SECTION ing dismissal or striking of Bonifay, both of which are -livestock Auction Barn Pasco or Carolyn
28, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, pleadings. located at 300 North Wau- | 21 Hwy. 2 Graceville, FLorda. Furniture & Mattresses
RANGE 17 WEST AND CERTIFIED A TRUE COPY kesha Street, Bonifay, Flor- 213 Marty Caudill, Fla. Lic Furniture &Mattresses3260
THE NORTH RIGHT OF CODYTAYLOR, ida32425. r------ ----- #AU3175 Low, low, low overhead 32 o
WAY OF A COUNTY Clerk Circuit Court Hay for Sale |----guarantees low, low, low Trapped by Alcohol?
GRADED ROAD AND RUN Holmes County, Florida H le prices. P&S Discount Fur- For Medical treatment of
GRADED ROAD AND RUN Holmes County, Florda The Federal Reserve con- Tifton 9, fertilized 4x5 Estate Auction niture, Chipley. (Since Alcohol usage
NORTH 580 FEET TO THE By Diane Eaton D.C. siders a number of factors I rolls, $35.00 each, 65 Years Accumulation 1973) 850-638-4311 and abuse
POINT OF BEGINNING. Dated 11-6-08. CLERK OF in deciding whether to ap- 1-334-726-2706 | Saturday Nov 22, 2008. Call 850-638-4555
THENCE RUN EAST TO THE CIRCUIT COURT prove the application, in- 1-334-726-3695 9:00am/CST Location: for once a month
THE COUNTY GRADED By: Diane Eaton cluding the record of per- 1-850-956-2240 St Aucn rn treatment.
ROAD; THENCE NORTH Deputy Clerk formance of banks we own L----------- -- i tnle s Auction Barn wl1 treatment.
TO THE NORTH LINE OF As published in the in helping to meet local Florida. John Stanley 3230 |
SAID FORTY THENCE Holmes County credit needs. You are in- (850)594-5200 Green- ara al in Snn
WEST TO THE WEST LINE Times-Advertiser Novem- vited to submit comments 850)594-5200, Green- Garage Sale. in Sunn
OF SAID FORTY; THENCE ber 12, 19, 26, December on this application to the wood, L., 32443 Hills, 3958 Amy-untl 33oo
SOUTH TO THE POINT 3,2008. Federal Reserve Bank of Directions: From Hwy 77 Bullets for 38, 44, 45,
OF BEGINNING ________lStAtlanta, 1000 Peachtree turn onto Voltaire Dr (just 45/70 calibers. Ready for
has been filed against you Street N.E., Atlanta, Geor- south of main entrance reloading. Call John @
and you are required to IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- gia 30309-4470. The comrn- fountain). Then go 4 850-260-1342, Chipley.
serve a copy of your writ- DICIAL CIRCUIT ment period will not end0 blocksto Amy Lane. Small For Sale 16 Bulb Wolff
ten defenses within 30 IN HOLMES COUNTY before December 19, 3150 blockstoAmy Lane. Sm For Sale 16 Bulb Wolf
tion, if any, on Florida De- what longer. The Federal Steel Buildings. luggage, exercise bike, $4000. 535-5980 or
fault Law Group, PL., LONNIE T (TRAVIS) Reserve's procedures for 3100 Antiques Super discounts, Christmas stuff. 260-6168.
Plaintiff's attorney, whose JOHNSON and processing applications 3110 Appliances Complete foundation,
address is 9119 Corporate HAUNA JOHNSON, may be found at 12 CFR 3120 -Arts & Crafts permit plans. Can erect. Huge Yard Sale. Sat., Great Christmas Gift! Air
LakeDdriveSuist91190CorPo a intiffs ,3130- Auctions www.scg-grp.com. Nov. 22nd @ 1481 Hwy Hockey Table. New, $500.
Lake Drive, Suite 300, Plaintiffs, Part 262. Procedures for 3140 Baby Items Source#OWA. 277.8:30- Until Asking $300. Will hold until
file the original with this Case No. 08-491-CA plications may be found at 3160 Business Lamb's Flea Market: lo- 638-3176.
Court either before service 12 CFR 262.25. If you Equipment Lamb's Flea Market: 1- 638-3176.
on Plaintiff's attorney or im- LAKE WALES RV CEN- need more information 3170 Collectibles cated Hwy. North 79, Esto, Have two tractors w/front
mediately thereafter; other- TER, INC., WALTER about how to submit Corn- 3180 Computers FL. Reopened Thursday end loader. Will work for
wise a default will be en- NEASE, BARBARA munity Reinvestment Act 3190 Electronics .IEWO Friday, 8-3, Saturday 8-12. end loader. Will work for
tered against you for the NEASE, COMMERCE comments, contact Mr. eeass it On 3200 FirewoodBargins, Bargins foodbu plotsh hoggingll pudiskingsm
relief demanded in the BANK, GE MONEY BANK, David Smith at (404) 3220 Furniture 850-263-0161______trees & brush. Small exca-
Complaint or petition. and THE ADVANTAGE 498-7228. Other questions 3230 Garage/Yard Sales Fire Wood. Split green
This notice shall be pub- WARRANTY CORPORA- on the application may be 3240 Guns oak. $70, 1 truck load; Large Garage Sale; No- vator for digging holes or
lished once each week for TION, directed to Ms. Nicolette 3250 Good Things to Eat $130, 2 truck loads. Deliv- vember 22nd, Saturday, 8 ditches. Call 373-8922.
two consecutive weeks in Defendants. Hennings at (404) 3260 Health & Fitness ered locally. 547-3047, a.m. to 12. 305 E. Iowa
the Holmes County 498-7298. The Federal Re- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing leave mess if no answer. Ave, Bonifay.
Times-Advertiser. WIT- NOTICE OF ACTION serve will consider your 3280 Machinery/
NESS my hand and the commentsand any re- Equipment Sale, Sat. Nov. 22 9-12. 33w10
seal of this Court on this TO: Defendants LAKE quest for a public meeting 3290- Medical Equipment Firewood-Guaranteed T.V 's, 27"-25", rollaway Wanted: Instruments of
31 day of October, 2008. WALES RV CENTER, INC., or formal hearing on the 3300 Miscellaneous 1/2 face chord split small, bed, Singer sewing ma- any kind in any condition.
WALES RV CENTER, INC., or formal hearing on the 3310 Musical instruments 19-inches long, chine, Hoover vacuum, Fender, Martin, Gibson,
Cody Taylor whose last known address application if they are re- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ well-seasoned with kindl lon hardwood chairs, plastic Amps, Guitars, Drums.
Clerk of the Court is 19189 Highway 27, Lake ceived by the Reserve Supplies well-seasonedwith kmdl- hardwood chairs, plastic Amps, Guotars, Drums.
By: Diane Eaton Wales, FL 33853; and Bank on or before the last 3330 Restaurant/Hotel ing. Delivered within 30 mi barrels, ect. 1828 Porter Lessons: Violin, Guitar,
As Deputy Clerk WALTER NEASE and BAR- date of the comment pe- 3340 Sporting Goods les. Call Howard Gilbert at Rd, 1/ mile off Alford Rd. Piano, Drums.
See Americans with Disa- BARA NEASE, whose riod. As published in the 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 850-638-8569. 638-8311. 850-638-5050.
bilities Act last known address is 3567 Holmes County
In accordance with the Jim Kasey Lane South, Times-Advertiser Novem-
Americans with Disabilities Lakeland, FL 33812; and ber19,2008. Construction. www.Heavy5.com
Act, persons needing a COMMERCE BANK, ANNOUNCEMENTS o "C r al
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A.D.A. coordinator not MONEY BANK, whose last |F 1110o .
later than 7 (seven) days known address is 4125 r--O----- your classified ad in over 100 Post Office Now Hiring! Avg (
prior to the proceeding. Windward Plaza Drive, 'COLOR SELLS! Florida newspapers reaching O N i
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OF THE FOURTEENTH 1998 Dolphin motor home, HEALTH
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Barbara Jo Day home and for a service or Private land owner uure uy an read anetcs
Petitioner maintenance agreement taking bids to cut timber FLORIDA STATEWIDE 1000 by L. Ron Hubbard. Price: $20.00.
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TO: Clyde Douglas Day, Baker, plaintiff's attorney,"
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bara Jo Day, whose ad thereafter; otherwise a de- Chipley and Bonifay on 90. CANCER FOUNDATION FreeW Company Sponsored CDL
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Driver PTL Needs Company
Drivers- CDL-A earn up to 46
cpm. 1/2cpm increase every
60K miles. Average 2,800 miles/
week. www.ptl-inc.com Call
(877)740-6262.


HOMES FOR RENT


3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $11,000!
Only $199/Mo! 5% down 15
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR
$259/Mo! For listings (800)366-
9783 Ext 5798.

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*Paralegal, *Computers,
*Criminal Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid if
qualified. Call (866)858-2121,
www.CenturaOnline.com.

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Financial aid if qualified Job
placement assistance. CALL
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(888)349-5387.


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to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
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an application. (EOE)
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employees such as 401k, group medical
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purchase, vacation, life and LTD
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Mountaintop log cabin site
w/breathtaking views, gently
rolling property, surrounded by
woods, 30mins. from Cookeville,
$29,900. Owner financing
(931)445-3611.

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great view, very private, big
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S10OB Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser *Wednesday, November 19, 2008


General
HOMELAND
SECURITY
JOBS
$18.37-$32.51 /HR, Now
Hiring. Many positions
available. For applica-
tion & Free Government
job info, Call American
Assoc of Labor.
1-913-599-7976, 24hrs.
emp. serv.


Front Desk & Night
I Auditor job openings for I
I all shifts. Experience I
Switch computers. Apply
in person Comfort Inn &m
,Suites, Chipley.

Healthcare
ARNP Needed for local
Medical Practice. Mon-
day thru Friday. If in-
terested, please send
resume to: ARNP P.O.
Box 947, Chipley, FL.
For more information,
please call
850-638-1230.


Drivers
Truck Driver needed. Call
850-263-3010. Woodham
Peanut.

Healthcare
Behavior Program Spe-
cialist wanted in Vernon
area. Part-time up to 30hrs
per- week. One year expe-
rience with behavior modi-
fication & learning disa-
bled children required.
Background check also re-
quired. Contact Jim Mon-
day Friday 9a.m. to 4p.m.
(850) 547-4415.


General


Healthcare
Signature HealthCARE
of North Florida
has an excellent
opportunity for a Regis-
tered Nurse
with wound care
experience for day shift,
Mon-Fri
Apply in person Mon-Fri
8a-4:30p @
1083 Sanders Ave
Graceville, Fl. 32440.


THARP & SONS A's BarberShOp Treasures
Opening Oct. 28
MINI S RAGE Tue-Sat 8-5
ty:,rhair & 6i1s", LLC
We cut your hair
Hw. 77 S, Cipley, FL the way you like. CONSIGNMENT MAL
(850) 638-8183 Styles: Flat tops, FURNITURE ANTIQUE
Hwy. 177A,Bonifay, RFL Fades & Regular ACCESSORIES
Cutting hair 43 years. HAND-MADE GIFTS
We need your head in COLLECTIBLES
our business. HOURS
Open 24 Hours, Self- Wed.-Thur. 10am-4:30pm
Falling Waters Rd. Saturday 9am-2pm
Service, No Deposit, and Hwy. 77 Sunday 1 -4pmr
Units Are Carpeted Next to Valencia Jewelers 603 N. Oklahoma St. Bonifa
UntsAre arpeted 850-228-2173 547-3189 258-3850


S4 MORRIS TILE CO.
CERAMIC TILE SHOWROOM

TAFT i -P
ELECTRIC
; Almost anything electrical. HEILL
You have needs we C arsAcet


1788 White Road Bonifay, FL 32425 UJvo-'UI
(Washington County) -9414
(850) 638-1202 *(850) 326-1500 547-9414

Randy Wilson Vaughn
Construction, Inc. Johnson, LLc
Specializing in Lawn Service
I Turn Key Homes Landscaping
TunKe 'As...nnrrat.,


Hair Stylist & nail tech
needed for existing salon
in Vernon. Call
850-258-5527 or
850-535-0332.
Marketing Coor
dinato r
Holmes County Cham-
ber of Commerce
$21,000 plus Bonus
The Holmes Co. C of C
in Bonifay, Florida, is
seeking a self-starting,
marketing oriented inde-
pendent contractor to
build membership and
programs for this grow-
ing organization. Inter-
ested parties must dem-
onstrate excellent verbal
and written communica-
tion skills, must be
self-motivated and able
to work without close
supervision. Business to
business marketing,
public relations or sales
experience is a plus.
This opportunity is for
an independent con-
tractor and will not be a
regular employee. Re-
sumes will be accepted
through November 21,
2008.
Send cover letter and
resume to:
Marketing Coordinator
Holmes County Cham-
ber of Commerce
106 E. Byrd Avenue
Bonifay, Florida 32425
Electronic correspond-
ence and resume may
be directed to


Healthcare
Caring individual needed
to provide personal care
services for developmen-
tally disabled adults.
Part-time hours in Westville
area. HS diploma, 1 year
experience, background
check required. Call Jim
during business hours,
M-F, 9a.m. 4p.m.
850-547-4415
Professional
Social Services
Assistant
with BSW in Social work
preferred but not
required.
Experience in social
work needed
Apply in person at
1083 Sanders Ave
Graceville, Fl 32440
850-263-4447
Sales Representatives:
Avon Representatives
Needed; Earn gasoline
and spending money. Ap-
pointment fee $10. Phone
Dwayne Atkins @
850-547-1640. ISR


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Other


Executive Office Space
for rent downtown Chipley.
638-1918
Office space for lease,
1240 S Blvd (Corner of
S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley,
$750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3
offices, 1 reception, 1
bath, kitchen, parking
lot, hardwood flrs.
407-616-6890.



2BR/11/2BA two-story Apt
for rent. No pets. 638-1918
or 850-258-5521.
Apartment for Rent: 2
bedrooms 2 1/2 baths.
Townhouse Apartment in
Bonifay NO pets allowed.
Phone 850-547-3129
For rent Sleepy Hollow
Duplex Apartments
HUD not accepted
2BR/1BA and 3BR/1 BA.
Water, garbage, lawn care
included. Spacious, en-
ergy efficient with private
yard. 850-638-7128.
GRAND OPENING SPE-
CIAL, 602 S. Weeks St.
Bonifay. Efficiency,
bedroom, 2 bedroom.
New owners, newly re-
modeled. Call For Details.
850-557-7732


50 acre farm in Alford. 3
br, 2 ba, Triple wide MH,
2400 sqft. Barn with horse
stalls. $1000 mo.
850-271-1244 for info
1BR Furnished House.
Washer & Dryer, water,
garbage. Smoke free envi-
ronment. No pets. $550
amonth, $450 deposit.
850-638-1272.
2BR/1BA House in coun-
try. Available Dec. 1st. Ap-
proximately 5 miles East of
Chipley McDonalds. Stove,
D/W, fridge, water, gar-
bage, lawn care included.
Pets negotiable. Will ac-
cept Section 8. Application
required. Smoke free envi-
ronment. $695/month plus
$695 deposit.
850-638-4228.
3BR/2BA home on
3-acres of land in the
country, near Kent Mill
Pond. $600 mth/plus de-
posit, references required.
850-579-4317 or
850-866-1965.
Chipley 2 br, 1 "ba
I house, includes CH&A, I
|Washer/ dryer, water,
sewer, garbage, secu-
Irity system, No pets I
$600 month $300 dep, |
814-2625
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3BR/1BA Block home,
Bonifay, no pets. (850)
638-7601 after 6:00pm.

For Rent: nice 3BR/2BA
brick home in Westville.
First, last, deposit. No
Smoking, No Pets. Con-
tact Michelle @
850-768-1004

APT.

FOR

RENT

Furnished
1 bedroom
apartment,
free water,
sewage,
garbage and
laundry.

$425 mo.
1-888-744-4793


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Sales Price MR $18,655 Sales Price
Suppier $17,890
$ 87 885 Rebate $1,500 $ 3
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MSRP $39,390
Supplier $36,911
Rebate $7,50
Plus Tax, Title & Doc Fee
#99024


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Sales Price er $30,019 Sales Price
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Rebate $1,500 5 0
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Warranty, Mickey Thomson Tires,


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63K Miles, Leather, Sunroof,
Tonneau Cover


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Leather, Tow Hitch
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Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 19, 2008 11B U


S 6140 | | 6170 | | 6170 | | 7100 |
For Rent; 3 BR/1 BA Brick 3BR/2BA in Bonifay. $450 2BR MH, furnished. No 426 2nd St., Chipley.
house, 1,400 SF $425 a a month plus deposit. pets. Call 638-1871. 2/3BR, 2BA like brand
month. 2BR/1BA trailer 850-547-2346 after 5 p.m. Mobile Home for rent; ew, beautiful lot w/pond. Lan 4
$250/mo Ponce de Leon Mobile Home for rent; 2002, 4B
area, .850-259-9113 Bonifay- 3BR $550. 2BR, 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and 1200 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only feet, do
$425. FIRST MONTH lawn service furnished. 3 45 mins. to Panama City renovate
Lovely 4BR Brick home RENT HALF OFF PLUS miles eastofVernon on Pi- Beach. Owner may fi- oped,
for sale. Owner financing, SECURITY DEPOSIT oneer Rd. 850-638-7315 or nance, partial trade for Paved
$135,000. Bethlehem 850-699-3599 850-638-9933 or boat or give cash back mile sou
School bus route. Apart- -------- 850-638-3254. $139,900. OBO. Lowered 1-10 an
ments, houses, mobile CHIPLEY Mobile homes for rent in 50K. Must sell, moving $115,00
homes for rent. Rentals I Mobile homes for rent in over seas. (314) 346-3303.
$42500 and up. I Chipley & Bonifay. One
850-547-2531. a up Circle J Mobile Home year lease required, water Call To Place An Ad In C
850-547-2531. Park. 921 N 2nd St. in & sewage included. Call
Chipley and Graceville 850-638-2999. Washington County
Publisher's Mobile Home Park. (850) 638-0212
Notice 2&3/BR units for rent, Mobile Homes for rent in (o)nt Tim63 -0
Starting @ $350 per Cottondale on Sapp Road, Holmes County Times-A
All real estate advertising in month. Call for more 8 miles east of Chipley. (850) 547-9414
this newspaper is subject to info @ 850-832-2929. 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
s L 1u111 1 1 available. Total electric.
the Fair Housing Act which-- - -- aibe Tt ecr
makes it illegal to advertise For Rent, 2BR mobile (850)258-4868; 209-8847 SETTIE'S COUNTRY
"any preference, limitation or home w/window A/C. Call www.charloscountryliv-
discrimination based on 535-2657. ing.com United BETTIE L. SL
race, color, religion, sex, O_-ountry (Florida &
handicap, familial status or For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 205 E. Norh Ave.
tion, to make any such pref- Call 850-547-3462 (850) 547-3!
erence, limitation or dis-
crimination" Familial status Like New 3BR/2BA very 4 BR HOME-BARN POOL2 ACRES REDUCEr
includes children under the nice Mobile Home in a CALM FICE BU ILDINGHWY 79 REDUCED- $175,SS
age of 18 living with parents nice area, close to Chip- LAND-$55,000---1 ACRE LOTS-$16,500---18+ACD
or legal custodians, preg- ley. No pets. Daytime SEPTIC REDUCED-$129,000---3 BR 2 BA BRICK2 i
nant women and people se- phone: 850-638-4630 $195,000---5 ACRES 4 BR 3 BA BRICK POOL SHOP P
curing custody of children Night: 8506381434. EAL ESTATE FOR SALE VACANT LAND-$42,900---RIVER LOT-RV HOOKUPS
under 18. Niht 8-8-14. $12,900---NICE 2 BR FISH CAMP HOME SHELL POI
BR HOME OR OFFICE BUILDING IN BONIFAY OWNER
This newspaper will not Mobile home for rent, to- 7100- Homes BR 2 BA HOME ON 4 ACRES-$89,900---15 ACRESI
knowingly accept any adver tally electric. 3BR/2 full 7110- Beach Home/ $45,000---5BR2BAHOME INTOWN-$65,900---3B
tising for real estate which is baths in nice area, nice Property $125,OOO---FISH CAMPON3LO TS-$85,500---LARGI
g 7120 Commercial ESTATES-$29,900-2 BR BRICK HOME ON LARGE LC
in violation of the law. Our yard, close to Chipley. 7130 Condo/Townhouse INTOWN $129,o00---15+ AC-3 BR 2 BA HOME HOR
readers are hereby informed Sorry no Pets. Day; 7140- Farms & Ranches NELS OWNER FINANCING REDUCED-$229,900---4 BR
that all dwellings advertised 850-638-8462, Night: 7150 Lots and Acreage REDUCED-$167,500---3 BR BRICK HOME ON 2 AC
in this newspaper are availa- 850-638-1434 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots APARTMENT ON 25 ACRES---$184,900---12 ACRE!
ble on a equal opportunity 7170-- Waterfront WE GET RESULTS NMATI
basis. To complain of dis- Mobile Home for rent; 7180- Investment alr-iIiqI
crimination call HUD toll-free 3BR/2BA Cedar Gardens Property
at 1-800-669-9777. The M.H. Park. 850-896-0520 7190 Out-of-Town
toll-free number for the hear- or 850-373-8256. 701 East Real Estate
800-927 red 75 is Hwy. 90, Bonifay, Hud OK 7200 Timeshare





2BR MH in Vernon.
Smoke free environment.
Very nice home in secure
setting. Excellent for single
lady. $500 amonth plus
deposit. 535-9672 or
260-2625.
2BR Mobile Home. Total E
electric, stove & refrigera-
tor Front deck. Smoke H C .
free environment. No pets.
Apply @ The Westerner
638-1124.
2BR/2BA Mobile Home Larg
for rent. Quiet family park.
No pets. $400 amonth plus
deposit. 547-4232 or Back B
527-4911.
2BR Furnished MH. Total lFE '
electric, washer & dryer. L IF
$500 amonth, $350 secu- 8C 5l l 8
rity deposit. 638-1462. Chrssler1 ee i shish 11111
2BR Mobile Home, good -
location in Chipley. No : Used nD ODn
Pets. 850- 638- 4640. & Us dCar Sugercenter I
3BR/2BA MH w/14x16 *nra
Master BR, 51%ft. cast iron -Ser vceCes&Accsso s -
tub. Large deck on front. Paris& A
Near BonifayEle. School. H-
Call 547-3746. :C H RYS L ER INLMN
3BR/2BA MH in Sand _u_
Hills, Southport area. All-MITSUBISHI
appliance furnished. $700 OTOR
850- 271-1248 0 or 850-185-4372 888-403-8998
850-527-6262. 4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII|ll


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When it comes to selling your

car, nothing goes the distance

like the CLASSIFIEDS!

Cars For Sale

Motorcycles

Trucks


7100 71S0 | 8120 | 8130
06 Explorer, 32,660 miles, For Sale: 94 Peterbilt log
For Sale: 2 pieces of land factory warranty. White, truck with trailer. Call
Home package on a paved road, for sale leather, V6, automatic, all 850-956-3017
BR/2BA, 1800 sq. in Caryville, Florida. It's *IL power, 3rd row-seat,
oublewide, totally about a mile and a half AUT1 TIVEMARNE adjustable-pedals,
d, recently devel- from public boat ramp. For I 0 T AM/FM/cassette/Satellite.
2% private acres. more information call 800 Antique& Collctibl FMassxcellentcondition. 8140
road frontage, 1 850-401-1469 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles (850)638-3358.
ith of Bonifay near 8130 Trucks 1991 Dodge Van, ex-
d new Hospital. 8140 Vans tended bed is 12 feet long
O. 850-956-2642 Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- 8150 Commercial with 4 removeable bench
res on Buddy Rd. One 10 8160 Motorcycles seats excellent condition,
8170 Auto Parts 8130s
acres & Oneacrescres on & Accessories low mileage, $2000.
lassifieds. Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 8210- Boats 78 Ford F-100 SWB, 4x4, 850-547-5049
News ing For more info call 8220 Personal Watercraft new interior, plugs &wires,
S850-638-1858. 8230- Sailboats dist. cap, rotor, 400 en-
______824-Supp Boat & Marine s gine, $2,800. OBO, auto-
Advertiser 8310- Aircraft/Aviation matic transmission. 8160
S8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles 850-698-9980
S-8330 Campers & Trailers 2005 Honda VTX1300S
Sallo8340 Mntorhomes 92 Freightliner, good for Warranty thru 2009, Sad-
S7160log truck or long-haul. Has die bags, Windshield,
A BREALTY ca t, aplianes a Fuller transmission and Chrome luggage rack,
3 Singlewides, all w/new Detroit engine 60 Series. Passenger seat, 8586 mi-
LAY, BROKER carpet, paint, appliances. 8110 $7,000 or trade for Jeep les, $7300 OBO. Call
Alabama) Set-up included. Starting 1996 Thunderbird. White Wrangler of equal value. 850-326-1996.
rida 32425 at $15,900. Call w/tan leather. In great Call 850-527-2229.
rida 32425 850-763-7780. shape. $2,900 638-4197. Mint: 05 Honda 1300
_510__ _______ 99 Model Ford Ext-Cab VTX-S, black, accesso-
i51 0 1998 Ford Taurus, engine Lariat 4x4. Low miles. Ex- rized, 14500 miles, dealer
D-$175,OOO---COMMERI- Doublewide w/fireplace, runs good, 2 new tires, cellent truck! Call Brad @ maintained, never drop-
E-$250,OOO---1O ACRES 3BR/2BA w/glamour bath. new battery, needs AC 850-326-6560. ped, garage kept, great
LARGE FISH POND BARN $25,900. Includes set-up. work. $1300.00 or OBO ._ gas mileage $8000.00
AC POOL BARNS REDUCED- Call 850-763-7780. 850-956-2025 1991 F-150, 4-WD, 302 850-547-3949
OND-$299,900---6.87 AC I engine, 8ft. bed. 67,0001 50 949
EDR SEPTDICEDU59900-- 2000 Mazda Miata. New Ioriginal miles. Some I
FINANCING-$149,000--3 For Sale: 2BR/1 BA mobile ball joints, upper and lower rust. $1200.00 OBO BAT
LAND NO RESTRICTIONS- home, needs some repair, control arms, battery, re- 850-547-0224 Leave 821
RBRICKHOMELARGELOT- 79 For Thunderbird for cent tune up, new 17 inch message for Steve -- 8210
T-$59,900---2 BRBRICK sale also. black rims and tires. Look- 16ft, Fisher marsh-hawk
SE BARNS PASTURE KEN ing for someone to take 2002 Chevrolet Ava- with trailer, 50 horse John-
2 BA HOME ON 14ACRES over payments. Extremely lanche 4x4. Mileage, son, trolling motor, depth
$159,900---HOME AND New 14x72, 3BR/2BA fun, 5 speed convertible. 149,195. Pick up bid forms finder, live-well, storage
S CHIPLEY AREA-$69,900 w/plywood floors. $26,900. Contact anytime, at Community South compartments. Turn key &
ONAL MLS Includes set-up. Call 850-326-2801 or Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90 go. First $2200.00
S .]o- 850-763-7780. 850-844-2785. E., Chipley, FL. 850-547-9765


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Anti-Spin,
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Chrome
Wheels


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04 CHEVY SUBURBAN LT LOADED, NICE....................... $ 15,840
04 DODGE DURANGO POWER WINDOWS, LOCKS............... $8,840
HEAVY DUTY SALE
06 FORD F250 CREW CAB 4X4 LARIAT DIESEL.. $26,840
05 FORD F250 CREW CAB 4X4 SLT DIESEL 32K MILES. 26,840
00 FORD F350 FLAT BED SUPER CAB DIESEL....... $17,840
05 FORD F250 CREW CAB 4X4 SLTPRICED TO SELL........ $19,840
06 FORD F450 SUPER CAB CHASSIS CAB.....2......... 1,840
08 FORD F550 CREW CAB DIESEL FLATBED........ $29,840
BE5T TRUCK PRICES AROMNPI
05 CHEVY 2500 67KMILES,, S. $ 11,988
03 DODGE RAM 2500 4X4 HEMI ........................ $12,840
08 FORD E150 CARGO VAN ................................... 17,840
07 FORD F150 KNG RANCH 4X4 SHARP!.. 28,840
07 CHEVY EXTENDED CAB Z-71 ........................... 18,940
06 CHEOVY COLORADO 4 DOOR ...................... $15,840
05 DODGE RAM 1500 REGULAR CAB. $5,888
06 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB 27K MILES............. 16,988
92 DODGE DAKOTA 4X4 EXT. CAB NICE TRUCK $5,988
03 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4X4 ............................. $11,840
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA LIMITED 4X4 LOADED!.................25,840
05 TOYOTA TACOMA 4X4 4 DOORPOWER. $19,840


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NEWS
(850) 638-0212


HOLMES COUNTY

TIMES-ADVERTISER
(850) 547-9414


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i We Still Trade For Anything From Steam Boats -
DODGE-CHRYSLER-JEEP to Billy Goats, And That's A Fact!
Come Check Out Our Recent Trade Inventory
4214 Lafayette St., Marianna, FL Boats, Tractors, Motor Momes, Etc.
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08 MAZDA 6 AUTOMATIC, 23KMILES ........................ $ 15,988
96 GRAND CHEROKEE D,CLOTH.................................. 2,998
06 NISSAN SENTRA AUTOMATIC, CLEAN..................-----..... $13,888
02 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 XLT 67KMILES .............. $11,888
05 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5L,AUTOMATIC........................... $13,888
06 PONTIAC TOURANT(suv)23KMILES............... $14,888
05 CHRYSLER 300 HEMI LOADED OUT! ............. $16,988
02 DODGE CARAVAN ONE OWNER, CLEAN.............. $6,988
05 TOWN & COUNTRY 45K MILES .................. $11,840
06 BUICK LACROSSE 31K MILES, SHARP!............ s 13,940
08 CHEVY COBALT BKMILES, GASSAVER!............ 13,888
04 LANDROVER DISCOVERY NICE!................ $17,888
01 CHEVY PRIZM 51 KMILES, CLEAN ..........................................6,888
05 FORD TAURUS 37K MILES, CHEAP!................................... 8,988
03 TOYOTA CAMRY 64K MILES, CLEA.N!................ 12,840
07 MAZDA RX8 ROOF, 6-SPEED, LOADED.................... 23,840
04 SATURN ION ECONOMICAL! ............................ 8,840
07 CHEVY IMPALA LOCAL ONE OWNER, 11KMILES.... $15,840
04 NISSAN SENTRAAUTOMATIC, COLD A/C................. 8,840
06 TOYOTA COROLLA25K MILES,AUTOMATIC.......... 15,840
05 EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUER ONE OWNER........ 13,840
05 HYUNDAI TUSCON CLOTH,AUTOMATIC.......... $16,940


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