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Wednesday, MARCH 11, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com


Volume 118, Number 48 50C


For the latest
breaking news, visit
BONIFAYNOW.COM


News

BRIEFS
Bonifay elections
to be March 24
Incumbent Richard
Woodham faces
a challenge from
Bobby Bryant, and
Roger Brooks is
unopposed for his
Bonifay City Council
seat in the upcoming
municipal election
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
March 24 at City
Hall.James Sellers'
council seat is being
abolished because of a
referendum two years
ago.


INSIDE


Kids and puppies
were a great
combination at the
recent dog expo.
A6

'A Night on
Broadway'
The Holmes County
High School Drama/
Chorus Department
presented "A Night
on Broadway" March
6-7 at the HCHS
auditorium.


Freedom All-Star
Classic
The rosters have
been announced. See
who's playing.
A9


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

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arrested



in drug



sting

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY On March 3, nar-
cotics investigators with the
Holmes County Sheriff's Office
along with the assistance of the
Department
and Chipley
Police Depart-
ment arrested
Tina Blaylock,
32, of Westville
and charged
herwith the fel- TINA BLAYLOCK
ony purchase
of a controlled substance (mar-
ijuana) and felony possession
of marijuana with the intent to
distribute.
Blaylock was charged after
she conspired with and met
an undercover investigator in
Bonifay and bought one-half
pound of marijuana.
"It's sad, but we are seeing
a growing number of females
in the illegal drug trade," said
Sheriff Tim Brown. Blaylock is
being held on a $10,000 bond.
Anyone with information
concerning illegal narcotics
or other criminal activity is
urged to call Crimestoppers
at 1-866-689-8477. All callers to
Crimestoppers remain anony-
mous and are eligible for sub-
stantial reward money.


PLAY



BALL


PHOTOS BY CECILIA SPEARS I StaffWriter
This young cowboy gets up close and personal to a bull at Bull Jam
2009.

Bull Jam hits Memorial Field


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY Cowboy Church
of Bonifay packed its portion of
the bleachers at Memorial Field
Saturday afternoon with Bull Jam
2009.
"We're trying to make this the
first of many," said Jeep Sullivan,
associate pastor of First Baptist
Church. "The plan is to make this
an annual event." FBC umbrellas
Cowboy Church.
Starting at noon, the events
included sheep riding, calf riding,
steer riding and junior bull riding.
"Bonifay has the rodeo in the
fall, but there's really nothing
going on in the spring," said
Cowboy Church Pastor Jerrod
Jenkins. "We had something for
the kids all day, and everyone had
the chance to participate."
Jenkins said he was happy to
have the chance to possibly start a
Christian bull-riding event for his
hometown.
"I was really impressed to
see how well everything came
together," Jenkins said. "Everyone
in the church worked hard and
pulled it together quite nicely."


A big bull heads back to the
corral at Bull Jam 2009.
After that, there was a
performance by Ken Holloway,
country gospel singer, followed by
gospel services.
At 7 p.m., the adult bull riding
began as 30 bull riders competed
for the top eight spots leading to
the championship round. including
performances by Slim Weeks of
Bonifay, who did his segment
called "Pimp My Ride," where he
claimed to be from L.A., which for
him stood for Lower Alabama.
Also, Bull Jam featured a
mechanical bull, pictures with a
live bull and the Coconut Climb.


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
POPLAR SPRINGS The
Poplar Springs Atomics played
for the first time in their new
baseball field immediately after
the ribbon-cutting ceremony
March 5.
The Lady Atomics also
played their first game
following the ribbon-cutting


ceremony to their new
softball field.
"This has been a long
time coming," said Gordon
Wells, principal of Poplar
Springs High School. "A
lot of people were looking
forward to the day when we
could play in own field for
years."
The new fields are
located off County 173 just
south of the school.


MORE
PHOTOS
See Page
A8 or visit
bonifaynow.
com.
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Council


seeks


stimulus


funding

CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY The Bonifay
City Council reviewed pos-
sible funding for necessary
sewer plant upgrades on
Monday, March 9.
A possible avenue is
wastewater stimulus fund-
ing called "principle for-
giveness," through which
the money given doesn't
have to be returned. The
main requirement the city
has to push for is meeting
the deadline for the sub-
mission of the design plans,
which is May 1, less than 60
days away.
The council approved of
doing what was necessary
to pursue the funding, and
if the funding cannot be ac-
quired, the council still has
the original grant applica-
tion to be submitted in the
fall.
The council agreed to
hold any necessary work-
shop meetings to keep a
continuous check on the
project's progress.
Council member Rog-
er Brooks brought up a
growing concern of a lack
of visible house numbers
within Holmes County. He
said the post office had re-
ceived some help to check
the routes and the help
returned unable to find
certain addresses because
there were no visible house
numbers.
"What concerns me
when an ambulance has to
find these houses," Brooks
said. "That's a serious risk
issue."
Chief of Police Chris
Wells agreed with Brooks,
saying there has to be a
way of getting numbers on
or near houses that can be
visible from the road.
Council member Joann
Foxworth brought before
the council a concern about
the condition of Sandpath
Road, leading from behind
the IGA to the high school.
"It's in horrible condi-
tion, so much so that it's
downright dangerous to
drive on," Foxworth said.
The only concern with
repaving the road is a se-
ries of water lines that run
through the street, and the
council agreed to start by
getting an estimate and
seeing if there is any way
for the county to help with
costs of repairs.
Foxworth also asked
Mayor Eddie Sims about
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The ribbon is cut for the new Poplar Springs softball field off County 173.




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Opinion


Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Cash is the




bad guy


I love those VISA
commercials, the on
with the choreograp]
movement that falls
apart when someone
tries to pay with
cash or check.
It's creative and
fun and gets its
message across
very well: credit
good, everything
else bad.
The first
bank-issued
credit card was
invented by John
Biggins in 1946 and
issued by the Flatbu
National Bank of
Brooklyn in New Yor
1950, Frank McNama
invented the Diners
Club credit card. Bol
these cards, however
were charge cards tl
required the custom
to repay the amount
full when billed. The
credit cards were jus
another form of a ch
Technology impro
and the popularity of
these little time save
increased so that
today, we have mode
revolving credit card
- and of course the
billions of dollars of
advertising and mail
that encourage us to
them.
Which brings us b
to VISA's wonderful
little commercial and
question: When did c
become the bad guy?
It was probably
during one of those v
commercials that we
enjoy so much. VISA
isn't alone in success
advertising. Credit
companies are great
coming up with sloga
and gimmicks. You kl
about American Expr
"Don't leave home
without it" and CitiBa
ominous "What's in y
wallet?" MasterCard
hit a homerun with tl
"priceless" commerce
"For everything else,
there's MasterCard."
Now, Discover Car
will even open a savir
account for you, roun
all of your purchases
to the next dollar and
depositing the chang
an account. Spending


es
hed


saving at the same time.
How cool!
But just like Big
Brother Jake, I don't buy
it.


The message
of the dancing
commercial is all
wrong. Look at
everyone moving
in machine-like
efficiency, not
S really interacting
ONE WORD with each other.
Andrew Hollinger And then there's
breakdown of the
machine because
was we can't wait for two
sh minutes while the cashier
makes change or the
rk. In customer writes a check
ara Let's not forget the
other message that it's
th OK to spend money you
r, don't have. This might
hat explain why the wealthiest
er nation in the world has set
in the national debt ceiling
first at $13 trillion and why the
st average American has
eck. $30,000 of unsecured debt.
moved, I enjoy the
F commercials, but I don't
*rs follow the trend. I do
not own a credit card,
rn although VISA and
Is CitiBank mail me at least
one offer a week Instead,
I use an envelope system.
ings When there is no more
use cash in the envelope, I
have to stop spending.
ack Of course, I wasn't
always like this. I
Sa incurred many overdraft
ash charges on my bank
statement when I would
unconsciously swipe my
ery check card. There was no
keeping track for me. The
$1 gas station soda doesn't
ful taste as great when you
add the $15 bank charge.
at So if you find yourself
ns in a checkout-line dance
now and spot me, I'll go ahead
ress's and apologize now. I pay
with cash or write a check.
bank's I warn you now because I
our don't want you to become
a credit card two-step
he casualty.
'ials: Happy shopping.

Andrew Hollinger is
rd the author of "One Word"
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ding on iTunes. For more
up information visit www.
andrewhollingercom. Or
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and aol.com.


Freedom Communications adviser Tibor Machan argues that President Barack Obama is supported by many
special interest groups.




Obama and special interests


In his weekend radio address of
Feb. 28, President Barack Obama
once again talked about how he
isn't captive to any special interest
group.
"The system we have now might
work for the powerful and well-
connected interests that
have run Washington for far '
too long, but I don't. I work
for the American people,"
Obama declared. "I didn't
come here to do the same "
thing we've been doing or
to take small steps forward;
I came to provide the TIBOR M
sweeping change that this Guest c
country demanded when it
went to the polls in November."
Commenting on the $787 billion
spending bill he insists on calling
an "economic stimulus package"
- despite the fact that no one
knows now whether the funds
will in fact stimulate any kind of
economic growth Obama said, "I
know these steps won't sit well with
the special interests and lobbyists
who are invested in the old way of
doing business, and I know they're
gearing up for a fight as we speak."
Then he added a flat-out threat:
"My message to them is this: So am
I."
Yet consider this for just a
moment: Who are all these (mean,
vicious) special interests? And who
are all the (honorable, virtuous)
American people? Lo and behold,
they are the very same citizens
of the country! Yes these special
interest groups are composed of
Americans who are represented
by experts at approaching the
government for various types


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of support. They are farmers,
artists, merchants small and large,
teachers, steel workers, auto
workers, bankers, brokers, dentists,
doctors and so on. That is who all
these nasty, vicious special interest
groups are made up of, the same
folks who are so noble and
innocent, The People!
The plain, unadorned
fact is that so long as the
various governments across
the country, municipal,
/ country, state, or federal
it makes no difference
CHAN have funds to dole out,
mnist there will be experts with
the skill to navigate the
corridors of power with the aim
of bringing home to their clients
what the government has to offer.
Millions and millions of Americans
are among these greedy special
interest groups.
Now I cannot for a moment
believe that President Obama is
unaware of what I just wrote! He
has been in government, he has
taught law, he is familiar with all
kinds of theories of public affairs -
he didn't just step off some Martian
spaceship without a clue as to how
it goes with all this public affairs
stuff. He knows well and good that
everyone is out there trying to
get the goodies. And to attempt
to convince his audiences across
the country that there is some
large mass of citizens who are The
People, standing against all those
gangs who are the special interest
groups, is totally disingenuous.
President Obama knows better, so
why is he talking like this?
Maybe our new president is


simply making an attempt at plain
old demagoguery, pretending there
are some few really nasty folks out
there who have managed to capture
the government, the politicians and
the bureaucracy, while the rest of
us innocent, vulnerable citizens
are being abused by these few. But
that cannot be right as I said,
Obama wasn't born yesterday. He
has been in the thick of politics for
years; he knows the underlying
system that makes the game
possible: Tax people as far as you
can without them revolting, then
make it appear you are giving back
what you took from them with
your special understanding of the
people's needs. Of course, as this
process unfolds, the politicians and
their supporters yes, Obama
is supported by a lot of special
interest groups work diligently to
get in on the take.
Maybe a man such as Obama
can convince himself that he is
above this game, that his intentions
are all commendable and that only
his critics are evil monsters. But I
don't believe this is true, and I even
doubt that every moment of the day
he can deceive himself to believe it
either.

Tibor Machan holds the
R.C. Hoiles Chair in Business
Ethics & Free Enterprise at
Chapman University's Argyros
School ofB&E and is a research
fellow at the Pacific Research
Institute and Hoover Institution
(Stanford). He advises Freedom
Communications, parent company
of this newspaper E-mail him at
TMachan@ link.freedom.com.


r HOLMES COUNTY

lmes

Advertiser

Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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WANTMORE?
Can't enough of the
insightful commentary
by Michael Reagan,
Bill Steigerwald, Tom
Purcelle and others? You
can find
them all at
bonifaynow.com


Letters to the EDITOR


'Grave snatchers'
To the grave snatch
Glenwood Cemetery:
It is a shame that yo
nothing better to do wi
your time than to mess
someone's grave.
You need to get dow
on your knees and ask
forgiveness and to find
something better to do
yourself.
I hope you can't sleep
night until you are mar
woman enough to stan
take the responsibility
you have done.


blasted Thank you, social workers
lers at Dear editor,
March is National Social Work
ou have Month. Social workers across
th this great nation provide so many
s with valuable services to people of all ages,
specifically for children and for the
vn vast aging population.
for Our social workers at Emerald
Coast Hospice work diligently
with to bring multiple services to our
patients and families. They provide
ep at emotional support, counseling and
n or utilize community resources among
d up and many other invaluable services. They
for what constantly go the extra mile to ensure
that our patients live the highest
Patsy Vines quality of life.
Chipley "Here at Emerald Coast Hospice,


our social workers, Sherri Stone and
Kim Brown, are a dedicated and
compassionate part of our staff,"
said branch director Marie Herring.
"They bring an enormous amount of
knowledge to our staff and our patients.
Social workers are very special people,
and we have two of the best!"
We at Emerald Coast Hospice
salute all social workers and admire
the incredible work they do on a daily
basis. Your days might sometimes
seem difficult, but know that your work
is appreciated and you are making a
tremendous impact on many lives.
Sincerely,

Lisa Stevens
Account Executive
Emerald Coast Hospice


Local VIEWS


The investigation and arrest
of three suspects at Vernon
High Schoolfor alleged firearms
violations drew considerable
response. Here are some of the
responses from the comment
section of our online newspaper

When the safety of my two sons
is concerned, I could care less if
political correctness is at issue.
Keep the kids safe and worry
not about being "gentle." I think
the sheriff's office and school
administration did a great job in
responding as quickly as they did.
I'm sure there are those who have
issues, but my boys came home


safe, as did everyone else. Thank
God for his angels that day.
Sandra

I, for one, am thankful that they
were caught. Anything to make our
schools safer is fine by me.
WC Teacher

The sheriff's department must
not have shot them with a taser like
they did me. They must be getting
starter (sic).
Terry Scott Tipton

I for one appreciate the job done
by the Washington County Sheriff's


Department and the School System.
Thanks Sandra and Bobby for a job
well done.
Bill Pate
I agree with Sandra. Who cares
if they were gently patted down? If I
had done this when I was in school,
I would have been more worried
about what would happened when I
got home. I was raised in a different
America when we had prayer and
said the pledge of allegiance before
we started our day. Those days all
long gone, but I wish my kids could
have the chance to experience
them.


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A4 I Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Opinion


Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Cash is the




bad guy


I love those VISA
commercials, the on
with the choreograp]
movement that falls
apart when someone
tries to pay with
cash or check.
It's creative and
fun and gets its
message across
very well: credit
good, everything
else bad.
The first
bank-issued
credit card was
invented by John
Biggins in 1946 and
issued by the Flatbu
National Bank of
Brooklyn in New Yor
1950, Frank McNama
invented the Diners
Club credit card. Bol
these cards, however
were charge cards tl
required the custom
to repay the amount
full when billed. The
credit cards were jus
another form of a ch
Technology impro
and the popularity of
these little time save
increased so that
today, we have mode
revolving credit card
- and of course the
billions of dollars of
advertising and mail
that encourage us to
them.
Which brings us b
to VISA's wonderful
little commercial and
question: When did c
become the bad guy?
It was probably
during one of those v
commercials that we
enjoy so much. VISA
isn't alone in success
advertising. Credit
companies are great
coming up with sloga
and gimmicks. You kl
about American Expr
"Don't leave home
without it" and CitiBa
ominous "What's in y
wallet?" MasterCard
hit a homerun with tl
"priceless" commerce
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there's MasterCard."
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will even open a savir
account for you, roun
all of your purchases
to the next dollar and
depositing the chang
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saving at the same time.
How cool!
But just like Big
Brother Jake, I don't buy
it.


The message
of the dancing
commercial is all
wrong. Look at
everyone moving
in machine-like
efficiency, not
S really interacting
ONE WORD with each other.
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breakdown of the
machine because
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makes change or the
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not own a credit card,
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one offer a week Instead,
I use an envelope system.
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have to stop spending.
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always like this. I
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Freedom Communications adviser Tibor Machan argues that President Barack Obama is supported by many
special interest groups.




Obama and special interests


In his weekend radio address of
Feb. 28, President Barack Obama
once again talked about how he
isn't captive to any special interest
group.
"The system we have now might
work for the powerful and well-
connected interests that
have run Washington for far '
too long, but I don't. I work
for the American people,"
Obama declared. "I didn't
come here to do the same "
thing we've been doing or
to take small steps forward;
I came to provide the TIBOR M
sweeping change that this Guest c
country demanded when it
went to the polls in November."
Commenting on the $787 billion
spending bill he insists on calling
an "economic stimulus package"
- despite the fact that no one
knows now whether the funds
will in fact stimulate any kind of
economic growth Obama said, "I
know these steps won't sit well with
the special interests and lobbyists
who are invested in the old way of
doing business, and I know they're
gearing up for a fight as we speak."
Then he added a flat-out threat:
"My message to them is this: So am
I."
Yet consider this for just a
moment: Who are all these (mean,
vicious) special interests? And who
are all the (honorable, virtuous)
American people? Lo and behold,
they are the very same citizens
of the country! Yes these special
interest groups are composed of
Americans who are represented
by experts at approaching the
government for various types


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of support. They are farmers,
artists, merchants small and large,
teachers, steel workers, auto
workers, bankers, brokers, dentists,
doctors and so on. That is who all
these nasty, vicious special interest
groups are made up of, the same
folks who are so noble and
innocent, The People!
The plain, unadorned
fact is that so long as the
various governments across
the country, municipal,
/ country, state, or federal
it makes no difference
CHAN have funds to dole out,
mnist there will be experts with
the skill to navigate the
corridors of power with the aim
of bringing home to their clients
what the government has to offer.
Millions and millions of Americans
are among these greedy special
interest groups.
Now I cannot for a moment
believe that President Obama is
unaware of what I just wrote! He
has been in government, he has
taught law, he is familiar with all
kinds of theories of public affairs -
he didn't just step off some Martian
spaceship without a clue as to how
it goes with all this public affairs
stuff. He knows well and good that
everyone is out there trying to
get the goodies. And to attempt
to convince his audiences across
the country that there is some
large mass of citizens who are The
People, standing against all those
gangs who are the special interest
groups, is totally disingenuous.
President Obama knows better, so
why is he talking like this?
Maybe our new president is


simply making an attempt at plain
old demagoguery, pretending there
are some few really nasty folks out
there who have managed to capture
the government, the politicians and
the bureaucracy, while the rest of
us innocent, vulnerable citizens
are being abused by these few. But
that cannot be right as I said,
Obama wasn't born yesterday. He
has been in the thick of politics for
years; he knows the underlying
system that makes the game
possible: Tax people as far as you
can without them revolting, then
make it appear you are giving back
what you took from them with
your special understanding of the
people's needs. Of course, as this
process unfolds, the politicians and
their supporters yes, Obama
is supported by a lot of special
interest groups work diligently to
get in on the take.
Maybe a man such as Obama
can convince himself that he is
above this game, that his intentions
are all commendable and that only
his critics are evil monsters. But I
don't believe this is true, and I even
doubt that every moment of the day
he can deceive himself to believe it
either.

Tibor Machan holds the
R.C. Hoiles Chair in Business
Ethics & Free Enterprise at
Chapman University's Argyros
School ofB&E and is a research
fellow at the Pacific Research
Institute and Hoover Institution
(Stanford). He advises Freedom
Communications, parent company
of this newspaper E-mail him at
TMachan@ link.freedom.com.


r HOLMES COUNTY

lmes

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Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
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insightful commentary
by Michael Reagan,
Bill Steigerwald, Tom
Purcelle and others? You
can find
them all at
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Letters to the EDITOR


'Grave snatchers'
To the grave snatch
Glenwood Cemetery:
It is a shame that yo
nothing better to do wi
your time than to mess
someone's grave.
You need to get dow
on your knees and ask
forgiveness and to find
something better to do
yourself.
I hope you can't sleep
night until you are mar
woman enough to stan
take the responsibility
you have done.


blasted Thank you, social workers
lers at Dear editor,
March is National Social Work
ou have Month. Social workers across
th this great nation provide so many
s with valuable services to people of all ages,
specifically for children and for the
vn vast aging population.
for Our social workers at Emerald
Coast Hospice work diligently
with to bring multiple services to our
patients and families. They provide
ep at emotional support, counseling and
n or utilize community resources among
d up and many other invaluable services. They
for what constantly go the extra mile to ensure
that our patients live the highest
Patsy Vines quality of life.
Chipley "Here at Emerald Coast Hospice,


our social workers, Sherri Stone and
Kim Brown, are a dedicated and
compassionate part of our staff,"
said branch director Marie Herring.
"They bring an enormous amount of
knowledge to our staff and our patients.
Social workers are very special people,
and we have two of the best!"
We at Emerald Coast Hospice
salute all social workers and admire
the incredible work they do on a daily
basis. Your days might sometimes
seem difficult, but know that your work
is appreciated and you are making a
tremendous impact on many lives.
Sincerely,

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Account Executive
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Local VIEWS


The investigation and arrest
of three suspects at Vernon
High Schoolfor alleged firearms
violations drew considerable
response. Here are some of the
responses from the comment
section of our online newspaper

When the safety of my two sons
is concerned, I could care less if
political correctness is at issue.
Keep the kids safe and worry
not about being "gentle." I think
the sheriff's office and school
administration did a great job in
responding as quickly as they did.
I'm sure there are those who have
issues, but my boys came home


safe, as did everyone else. Thank
God for his angels that day.
Sandra

I, for one, am thankful that they
were caught. Anything to make our
schools safer is fine by me.
WC Teacher

The sheriff's department must
not have shot them with a taser like
they did me. They must be getting
starter (sic).
Terry Scott Tipton

I for one appreciate the job done
by the Washington County Sheriff's


Department and the School System.
Thanks Sandra and Bobby for a job
well done.
Bill Pate
I agree with Sandra. Who cares
if they were gently patted down? If I
had done this when I was in school,
I would have been more worried
about what would happened when I
got home. I was raised in a different
America when we had prayer and
said the pledge of allegiance before
we started our day. Those days all
long gone, but I wish my kids could
have the chance to experience
them.


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appointed to FFA

Foundation Board

MARIANNA Bud Riv-
iere, Chipola College dean
of workforce development,
has been appointed to the
Florida FFA
Foundation
Board for a
three-year
term.
The pri-
mary mis-
sion of the
FFA Foun-
BUD RIVIERE dation is to
strengthen
and expand the FFA's youth
leadership program to help
prepare members to meet
the future challenges facing
the agricultural industry.
Riviere said, "To be
asked to serve on the foun-
dation board is a signal
honor, and I look forward to
continue serving the FFA
members in Florida. My
role will be to provide guid-
ance and direction from our
profession based on my ex-
perience and involvement
in the FFA organization."
Riviere has had a life-
long involvement with FFA
leadership training activi-
ties. He served as state FFA
president in 1964-65 and
was a teacher of vocational
agriculture and FFA advi-
sor at Santa Fe High School
in Alachua. He also served
as state FFA program di-
rector with the Florida De-
partment of Education.
The FFA Foundation
board is comprised of a di-
verse group of dedicated
individuals representing
agriculture, agribusiness,
education and allied indus-
tries.


More: Street Festival Historical Tour coming up


Another place the his-
torical carriage ride will
visit is the Holy Temple
Church of Christ Written
in Heaven on Magnolia
Street at Moore Lane. This
is one of the churches in
Bonifay serving the black
community.
The wood frame struc-
ture was started by Elder
Scongger from Panama
City with help from some
of the New Bethel AME
members. It occupied an
unpainted building until a
few years ago. However, it
recently has been upgrad-
ed with a plaster exterior,
a stone-faced entry and a
new steeple. The pastor
Elder Kelvin Johnson has
shepherded the flock there
for the past three years or
so. He followed the 25-year
tenure of the late Elder and
Mrs. James Hardy (Lou-
ise). Kelvin is a former
student of mine, although,
he was such a quiet child, I
have trouble remembering
him. I do, however, remem-
ber his siblings Jeffery;
Gregory; Sherril; Vicky,


who had the pret-
tiest handwriting
I've ever seen for
an eighth-grader;
and Janeen. I don't
mean to imply that
they were the op-
posite of quiet. The
Johnson children
were all very well
behaved and studi-
ous.


HAPPY C
Hazel Wel


The HolyTemple Church
was built by some of the
families that came to Boni-
fay from Griffin, Ga., in 1998
with the Coleman family,
which was involved in the
naval stores (turpentine)
operations of the Holmes
County area. The names of
the blacks who migrated to
Florida with the Coleman
and Godwin families were
Coleman, Newkirk, Moore
and Richardson. Many of
those names are still famil-
iar as stable inhabitants of
Bonifay's history. In fact,
the granddaughter of Hat-
tie Mae Coleman, who lived
to be 104 years of age, pos-
sibly will greet us at the
church on the tour on the


21st. She is Hattie
Mae Roche, and
like her friend Mary
Elizabeth Coleman,
who will be one of
the tour guides, she
was named for her
ORNER Coleman grand-
IIs Tison mother. The two la-
dies consider them-
selves descendants
of the extended Coleman
family. The church will be
open for the tour, and some
of the other church mem-
bers and grandchildren of
the original members will
be on hand to greet visi-
tors.
The home built for the
John S. Coleman family
by a Mr. Brown and a Mr.
Weeks still stands on Penn-
sylvania Avenue and is the
home of Mr. And Mrs. Clyde
Galloway. They renovated it
and enlarged it when they
moved from the Galloway
community of Sweet Gum
Head in northern Holmes
County. The Coleman home
originally had a big barn on
the property where pigeons
were raised for food. The


Sen. Martinez announces community office hours


WASHINGTON U.S.
Sen. Mel Martinez (R-FL)
announced community of-
fice hours in Northwest
Florida to be held in Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa, Walton
and Jackson counties on
March 17 and 18.
At community office
hours events, casework-
ers from Martinez's of-
fice are available to assist
constituents with con-
cerns and issues involving
the federal government.
These events will focus


on Social Security, and a
representative from the
Social Security Adminis-
tration will be present at
each location.

Tuesday, March 17
Santa Rosa County: 9 to
10 a.m., Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce,
5247 Stewart St. in Milton.
Okaloosa County: 11
a.m. to noon, Robert Sikes
Library, 1445 Commerce
Drive in Crestview; 2 to 3
p.m., Paxton Town Hall,


21872 U.S. Hwy. 331 N. in
Laurel Hill.

Wednesday, March 18
Jackson County: 3 to 4
p.m., Senior Citizens Cen-
ter, 2931 Optimist Drive in
Marianna.
Okaloosa County: 9 to
10 a.m., Destin Commu-
nity Center, 101 Stahlman
Ave. in Destin.
Walton County: Noon to
1 p.m., Freeport Commu-
nity Center, 16040 Business
Hwy. 331 S. in Freeport.


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Comfort & pain management
Physician home visits


MARCH IS NATIONAL
SOCIAL WORKER MONTH
Special thanks to all social workers for
the support provided to our community.


Bereavement & family support
Staff trained in end-of-life care
Not-for-profit charitable organization

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late Miss Mary Coleman
lived there until her death.
She was the beloved organ-
ist at First Baptist Church
for many, many years. Her
student, Kenneth Yates,
replaced her and has filled
that position continuously
for more years than we'd
like to recall except for a
few years away in college
and teaching in another
county.
The late Miss Mary also
taught high school and el-
ementary in the Bonifay
schools. In fact, she was our
oldest son's fourth-grade
teacher when a motorbike
struck him as he was cross-
ing Highway 79 after exiting
the school bus in 1962. His
homebound teacher was
Mrs. Mickey Balaban, but
Miss Coleman, his teacher,
visited him regularly. She
was later the librarian at
BES when our two younger
children, Cindy and Glen,
were there.
Behind the Coleman
home on Evans Avenue is
the home built by the God-
wins, who came to Florida


with the Colemans. Their
daughter, Miss Brooksie
Godwin, a teacher, lived in
the home and rented apart-
ments. Many Bonifay cou-
ples started their married
life in the Godwin home.
As far as I know, there are
no descendants of the God-
win family in this area. Mr.
and Mrs. Larry Hedrick
now occupy the home, but
before they possessed it,
Howard and Evelyn Hargis
had bought it and restored
it to a one-family dwelling.
The Hedricks continue to
upgrade the 100-plus-year-
old two-story home on Ev-
ans Avenue.
I am very interested in
the old homes of Bonifay
or any area, as they contain
the history of the families
who were instrumental in
the establishment and de-
velopment of the town and
community.
The cost for the carriage
tours will be $5 per person
and should be informative
and entertaining. Hope to
see some of you there on
March 21.


Preparedness Fair planned


CHIPLEY The Health
and Family Preparedness
Fair is planned from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. April 25 in
the parking lot of North-
west Florida Hospital.
Bonifay and Chipley
Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints is part-


nearing with the hospital to
sponsor the event.
Informational booths
and health screenings
will be available along
with children's activities,
food and door prizes. The
event is free and open to
the public.


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SCHOOL BOARD

PUBLIC AUCTION
MARCH 19, 2009
The Holmes District School Board
will have a public auction on Thursday,
March 19, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. to sell
surplus property.
Some of the items to be sold are:
computers, printers, copy machines,
televisions, cameras, Sony Play
Station, laminating machine, VCRs,
oak science cabinets, file cabinets,
chairs, tables, desk and many other
miscellaneous items.
Sale will be held at Bonifay Middle
School agricultural department
located at 401 McLaughlin Avenue,
and will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m.
All items will be on display after
10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, march 18,
2009.


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Sunday
9:30 A.M. 10:45 A.M. 6:30 P.M.
Monday Friday
10:00 A.M.
When do you Worship?



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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, Senior Adult & Men's Minister
Ashley Unzicker, Children's Minister


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CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY Ben's Place held it s annual Dog
Expo fundraiser Feb. 28. The event kicked off
the Holmes County Spay and Neuter campaign
with free spaymation forms presented to the
first 100 people to request them. The forms
help with the cost of surgery.
According to Wilfredo Morales this year's
Expo drew a crowd of over 300 people, many
of whom brought a bag of dog food as their en-
trance fee. Also helping with the event were
animal centers in Alabama, Graceville and
Jackson County.
Proceeds from fund-raisers will help build
a control facility with accommodation for 500
canine and feline residents. Ben's Place is at
1211 Sam Ard Road in Bonifay. For more infor-
mation, call 263-7693.


Photo by CECILIA SPEARS


Partners for Pets was another organization at the expo.


Photo by DONNA DYKES
Brian Boyer and Samuel
Easthead pet a puppy held by a
volunteer at the Dog Expo.


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Short Computer
classes offered at
WHTC
CHIPLEY Washington
Holmes Technical Center
will offer several short com-
puter courses this spring.
The classes will meet on
Tuesday and Thursday eve-
nings from 4:30-7:30 p.m.
in the Computer Technol-
ogy Building. For further
information or to enroll in
a class, please call Olin Gil-
bert at 850-638-1180, ext 313.
Word 2003 and/or Excel
2003 Quick Courses March
5-26, for seven nights. Word
03 includes creating and
editing various Word docu-
ments. Student will learn
to cut, copy and paste docu-
ments and pictures, format
documents. The course
also provides workings with
the task panes, using Clip
Art, creating and edit tables
and much more.
Excel 03 includes creat-
ing, editing and formatting
workbooks along with work-
ing with formulas and func-
tions. Student will learn
open, save, print and close
workbooks and use auto-
mated tools.
Transitioning to Micro-
soft Office 2007 April 7-14,
2009 for three nights. Learn-
ing to navigate through the
Office 2007 can be frustrat-
ing. Microsoft has changed
much of its layout in the Of-
fice 2007 Operating System.
Transitioning to Microsoft
Office 2007 helps users
learn the new Office 2007
interface, customizing the
ribbon and the Quick Ac-


cess toolbar and identifying
documents in the new file
format. Student will learn
to open and save Office 2007
documents in different for-
mats. This class has limited
space. If you are interested
in attending this class, you
need to register early.
April 21-May 21, 2009-
Basic Computer Class.
"Welcome to the World of
Computers" introduces
students to basic computer
tasks using Windows, typ-
ing with a word processor,
learning to cut, copy and
paste, navigating the In-
ternet and working with
e-mail (including e-mail
attachments). This course
has been optimized to meet
the needs of learners taking
their first computer course.
It is an easy, fun way to learn
how to use a computer with
hands-on projects that fit
your daily life.

Public meeting on
SR 79 4-laning project
CHIPLEY Florida De-
partment of Transportation
(FDOT) will hold a Public
Information Meeting re-
garding proposed roadway
improvements to State
Road 79 from north of CR
284 (Miller's Ferry Road)
to Court Street in the city
of Vernon. The meeting will
be held Thursday, March
12, from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30
p.m. (CST), at the Vernon
Community Center, 2808,
Yellow Jacket Drive in Ver-
non.
The SR 79 project con-
sists of widening the exist-
ing two-lane roadway to


create a four-lane divided
facility from north of CR
284 (Miller's Ferry Road) to
Court Street. The proposed
roadway will consist of both
"rural" swalee and ditch)
and "urban" (curb and gut-
ter) sections. In addition
to the roadway construc-
tion, the project will include
construction of six reten-
tion ponds for treatment of
storm water.
Additional right of way
will be required on both
sides of the existing road-
way to accommodate the
proposed widening and
the retention facilities. The
project is approximately 6.5
miles in length. Right of way
and construction are not
funded in the department's
Five Year Work Program at
this time.
Maps, drawings and
other information will be on
display. FDOT representa-
tives will be available to ex-
plain the improvements and
answer questions. There
will not be a formal presen-
tation or public testimony
period. Public participation
is solicited without regard
to race, color, national ori-
gin, age, sex, religion, dis-
ability of family status.

Celebrity golf
challenge
PANAMA CITY The third
annual Celebrity Golf Chal-
lenge with pro-golfer Rob
Strano and television pro-
ducer Mike Norris will be
aboard the Lady Anderson
dining yacht on March 28 at
4:30 p.m.
Reserve now for the


most unique golfing experi-
ence ever.
Participants will stand
on the decks of the Lady
Anderson and hit large tar-
gets at different distances
floating in the bay. Space
is limited to 25 teams with
four members per team.
Environmentally friendly
golf balls float.
Other entertainment
includes a silent auction, a
live auction with Scott Ross-
man of WJHG-TV awards
dinner, and live dance band
- Seabreeze.
All proceeds benefit
Hearts of Hope Interna-
tional a non-profit children's
home in Holmes County
that temporarily houses
orphans from around the
world in need of major med-
ical care that is not available
in their home countries.
Sponsorships and tickets
are available, call 850-234-
5940 or 1-800-874-2415.

Tax preparation
assistance
Ti-County Community
Council has partnered with
Income Tax Assistance
Program to provide free tax
preparation services to low
income families. To qualify
family income must be less
that $33,500; or be a student;
or a senior citizen age 60
and over.
Contact the nearest Tri-
County Community office
to schedule an appoint-
ment. Appointments will be
on Tuesdays only. Bonifay
area call 547-3688; Chipley,
638-4520 ext 28; Deliniak
Springs, 892-3615.


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BONIFAY- The Holmes Coun-
ty High School Drama/Chorus
Department presented "A Night
On Broadway" Friday March
6 and Saturday March 7 at the
HCHS auditorium.
Musical selections included
Broadway greats such as Phan-
tom of the Opera, Hairspray,
Footloose, Wicked, Bye Bye
Birdie, Grease, You're A Good
Man Charlie Brown, and many
more.
There was also a selec-


tion from this year's upcom-
ing spring musical "Into the
Woods."
Tickets for "A Night On
Broadway" are $5 and can be
purchased through Holmes
County High School.
The HCHS Drama Depart-
ment will present "Into the
Woods" on Thursday May 7,
Friday May 8, Monday May
11, and Tuesday May 12 at the
HCHS auditorium. For informa-
tion, call 547-9000.


FHP INSPECTION CHECKPOINTS


Florida Highway Pa-
trol will conduct driver li-
cense and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during
the month of March on
the roadways listed below
in Holmes, Jackson and


Washington counties.
Recognizing the dan-
ger presented to the pub-
lic by defective vehicle
equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts
on vehicles being oper-


ated with defects such
as bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting
equipment. In addition,
attention will be direct-
ed to drivers who would
violate the driver license


laws of Florida.
Officers will be on
State Roads No. 2, 10, 69,
71, 73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276,
277, and 286 during the
month.
County roads with in-


section points include
No. 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 mo-
torists.


Singletary, Conley to headline Watermelon Festival


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CHIPLEY- The
53rd Annual Pan-
handle Watermelon
Festival announces D
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ment lineup.
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Park features Daryle
Singletary at 6 p.m. and
Saturday at the Ag Cen-


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Community
South Credit
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E The Washington
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WPAP (92.5FM)
and Sunny 98 (WFSY 98.5)
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GENEVA, ALA The 34th
annual Geneva Festival
on the Rivers will be held
April 24-26.
*April 24; downtown
parade line up at 4 p.m.
parade begins at 4:30
p.m. at the First Baptist
Church and ends at Rob-
ert Fowler Memorial Park
for the annual ribbon cut-
ting to officially open the
festival.
Encore dance students
under the direction of Kel-
li Smith will be performing
at the park immediately
after the ribbon cutting.


*April 25 gates open at
8 a.m. Enjoy events such
as; worm fiddling, tug-of-
war, coin scramble, world
championship sculling
contest and canoe race
and children's games.
There will be a car
show, food vendors, arts
and crafts and other ven-
dors and music through-
out the day.
Take a step back in
time with the River Festi-
val heritage activities, re-
enactors of 1814 era, Civil
War, WWI and WWII along
with a basket maker, bowl


carver, blacksmith, River-
boat John's Strolling Ban-
jo playing and storytelling
time and more.
Culminating with tal-
ent search winners, The
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For ticket information,
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Arts N Crafter's will also
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Walton Sheriff's Office
busts meth lab
Florida Freedom Newswire
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS The
Walton County Sheriff's Office
recently uncovered an operational
methamphetamine lab in DeEiniak
Springs.
On March 5, Anthony McClain
Day, a registered sex offender,
was arrested and charged with
trafficking in Hydrocodone,
possession of ecstasy with intent to
distribute, possession of cocaine,
possession of marijuana over 20
grams, possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon, possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession of
precursor chemicals, according to
the sheriff's office.
The arrest came after lawmen
searched Day's DeFhniak Springs
home after obtaining a warrant.
They found chemicals and
equipment commonly used in the
manufacture of meth, along with
illegal narcotics. He also had an
altered .22-caliber pistol.


COUNCIL from page Al


Engagement

Yeager, Piazza engaged
Vincent
and Angelica
Piazza
of Alford
announce
the
engagement
and
upcoming
marriage
of their
daughter,
Rosalia
Piazza, to
Cody Lee
Yeager. Cody
is the son
of Donald
and Diana
Yeager of
Bonifay.
A May
wedding is planned.


the status of the city's new logo.
"I sent it to Bobby Houston, art
teacher at Holmes County High
School, and the students will be
working on it starting this week,"
Sims said. "He's simply astound-
ing at what he does, and I have
no doubt that it's going to turn out
fantastic."
Council approved of appointing
Bill Parish to the Athletic Council
and re-appointing Lynn Marshall,
Tommy Jenkins and Tad Wilson.
Sims asked Foxworth how the
perpetrations for the Down Home
Festival were coming.
"Everything's lined up and
ready to go; it's practically blos-
soming," she said. "Friday night
we've got bluegrass music at Mid-
dlebrook Park from 6 p.m. on."
Foxworth said Neysa Wilkins
also would be singing that evening
and that there would be more than
28 vendors participating Saturday.
"We've had so many vendors


22-year-old arrested
on drug charges
MARIANNA During the late-
night hours of March 5, the Jackson
County Drug Task Force arrested
Tyler White, 22, of Sneads. The
arrest came after investigators
stopped White on McKinnie Road
north Sneads. White was operating
his 2005 camouflaged Dodge truck
in a careless manner on Sand Path
Church Road.
During the stop, officers
discovered White was in possession
of approximately 200 grams
of marijuana, listed chemicals
(Ephedrine), a small amount of
methamphetamine, digital scales
and plastic resealable bags.
White is charged with
possession of marijuana over 20
grams with intent, possession of
methamphetamine and possession
of precursor chemicals.

1 critically injured in car
accident
The Florida Highway Patrol
reported an accident about 9 a.m.
March 5 on State 20 east of Antioch
Cemetery Road in Walton County
involving two vehicles. p~
According to the report, William
Blair, 52, of Caryville received
critical injuries and Shirrie Jordan,
64, of Freeport was seriously injured.
Both victims were taken to Sacred
Heart Hospital.
FHP reports that Blair was
eastbound in a 1989 Honda Accord
on State 20 when he entered the
westbound lane into the path of
a 2005 Chevy Trailblazer driven
by Jordan. The Chevy struck the
Honda, and Blair, who was not
wearing a seat belt, was ejected
from his vehicle. Both vehicles came
to final rest on the shoulder of the
road.

Walton doctor pleads no -
contest to Medicaid fraud
TALLAHASSEE Attorney General
Bill McCollum has announced that
a Walton County doctor will fully
reimburse the Florida Medicaid
program after pleading no contest
to Medicaid fraud charges.
Urmundalavaru Mallikarjuna, a
pediatrician from DeEuniak Springs,
must pay more than $100,000 in
restitution to the program. The
Attorney General's Medicaid
Fraud Control Unit investigated
Mallikarjuna.
Mallikarjuna, 53, was arrested
in July 2008 after an investigation
determined he was double billing
the Medicaid program for services
provided to child Medicaid
recipients. Mallikarjuna also billed
the Medicaid program on several
occasions for office visits with
patients although records indicated
visits were actually brief telephone
conversations with parents of
Medicaid patients.
Mallikarjuna was adjudicated
guilty for organized scheme to
defraud and wire fraud. He was
sentenced to five years probation,
during which time he will be
required to make restitution to
the Medicaid Program for the
entire amount he had defrauded
from the program. Mallikarjuna
also will compensate the Attorney
General's Office for the full cost
of the investigation and will pay
all court costs and fines. The case
was prosecuted by the Attorney
General's Office under the authority
of the State Attorney's Office for the
1st Judicial Circuit.
The case has been turned
over to the Florida Department
of Health for review on whether
the department will terminate
Mallikarjuna's medical license.
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wanting to participate. All we can
do is try to wiggle them in some-
where," she said. "We've set the
stage for some local celebrities to
perform as well, and I know this
event will let people know that
Bonifay of Holmes County has
something to offer."
The council approved purchas-
ing a riding lawnmower for the
cemetery for $1,749.
Sims wished Council member
James Sellers farewell.
"I wanted to thank you for be-
ing a member of this council," he
said. "We're going to miss you, and
know that no matter where you go,
you'll always be a part of who we
are." Sellers' seat is being abol-
ished with this election following a
referendum two years ago.
Council approved of changing
the next council meeting 7 p.m.
March 24. That meeting will follow
the election so the new council can
be sworn in.


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SPORTS


A
Section


Wednesday, March 11, 2009 w ww.bonifaynow.com Page 9


Sports

BRIEFS

HCHS Baseball
Camp
BONIFAY On Sat-
urday, March 28, Holmes
County High School will
host a baseball camp from
9 a.m. 12 p.m. for ages
8-15. Cost is $25. Registra-
tion begins at 8 a.m.
Free admission to
HCHS Baseball fundraiser
game from 1-3 p.m. Plate
lunches are $6 each.
An Alumni game is
scheduled for 4 p.m.alumni
participants entry fee is
$25 each.
For more information,
call Coach Dixon at 547-
9000 or Carrie /Thomp-
son at 326-0609.

Wild Turkey
Banquet Dinner
BONIFAY The Choc-
tawhatchee Basin Chapter
will hold its 13th annual
dinner banquet on Friday,
March 13 at the Holmes
County Ag Center from
5-9 p.m.
Several thousand dol-
lars worth of merchandise
will be raffled and auc-
tioned, including special-
ized shotguns, knives art
prints, and other collect-
ibles to help raise funds for
the Wild Turkey in Homes
County. Major credit cards
will be accepted.
One new feature will
be that one firearm will
be given away for every 15
single membership tickets
sold. Also a Jakes Turkey
calling contest for kids.
Grand prize is a firearm.
Second and third places
will also have prizes. Entry
fee is $5 each.
There will be an owl-
hooting contest for adults
for a firearm. Entry fee is
$20.
Single dinner tickets are
now available from local
volunteer NWTF mem-
bers for $55.
This includes member-
ship in the NWTF and the
dinner. Couple tickets are
$95 each. Special lower
rate tickets for youth
memberships are $15. A
special sponsor package is
available at a cost of $260.
For more informa-
tion, call Larry Morris,
258-2255; Shep Eubanks
at 547-1108, 547-5813;
Bobby Paulin 547-9551 or
Gary Treadwell 547-2850,
ext. 2.

Registration for
2009 ball season
WAUSAU Registra-
tion for the 2009 ball
season is ongoing at the
Wausau Town Hall. Regis-
tration will continue until
March 14.
For more information,
contact Margaret Riley,
Town Clerk at 638-1781.


31st Annual
Winston Howell
Road Race
HARTFORD The 31-
annual Winston Howell
10,000 Meter Road Race
will be held Saturday March
14 at the National Guard
Armory, Hwy 52 and 67,
Hartford,Ala.
Registration begins at 7
a.m. and the race starts at
9 a.m. Entry fee is $20 per
person.
Age groups start at
14 years and go up from
there.All who register will
receive a t-shirt.Top three
winners in each category
will receive a trophy.
Call Carrie Hatch at
334-588-2343; 944-7115
or log on to hatch@ala-
web.com; Mike Kinman at
334-684-9818; 588-2211
or mike@fnbhartford.com
for more information.


Chipola Three-Point Shootout winners announced


MARIANNA Cameron
Dozier of Graceville High
and Jenna Griffin of Hol-
mes County High are the
new champions of Chipo-
la College's Sixth Annual
High School Three-Point
Shootout.
Dozier made 8 of 15
shots in the men's finals.
Four other men's players
made it to the finals of the
annual competition: Clay-
ton Ward of Bethlehem,
Michael McArthur of
Malone, Jonathan Carde-
nas of Holmes County and
John Wayne Forehand of
Poplar Springs.
Jenna Griffin connect-
ed on seven shots in the
finals to take the cham-
pionship in the women's
division.
Tasha Hall of Malone
and Janae Godwin of
Marianna also made it to


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
CHIPOLA MEN'S HIGH SCHOOL THREE-POINT
CHAMPS: Cameron Dozier of Graceville High
School is the new Champion of Chipola College's
High School Three-Point Shootout. Pictured from
left, are finalists: Michael McArthur of Malone,
Jonathan Cardenas of Holmes County, Chipola
Athletic Director, Dr. Dale O'Daniel, Cameron Dozier
of Graceville champion, John Wayne Forehand of
Poplar Springs and Clayton Ward of Bethlehem


the final round.
All boys and girls high
school teams from the
Chipola district were in-


vited to send their best
three-point shooters to
the competition.
The winners have their


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Bonifay Middle School Blue Devils played at the Providence Christian
Tournament in Alabama on Feb. 27 and Feb. 28. The team went undefeated
in three games; 11-3, 11-3, 13-3. The Blue Devils are undefeated for the
season.
The Blue Devils face off against Northside Methodist of Alabama on March
17 at 3 p.m. in their final game of the season at Memorial Baseball Field
behind the Bonifay Fire Department. Coach Clint Russ and Assistant Coach
Jeremy Powell urge everyone to attend a support the Blue Devils.



Freedom All-Star Classic players announced


By BRAD MILNER
Florida Freedom Newspapers

The East boys and girls basketball
teams for the fifth annual Freedom All-Star
Classic April 11 have been chosen.
The boys, coached by Port St. Joe's
Derek Kurnitsky and Bozeman's Cas Gant,
seek to break the 2-2 stalemate in the se-
ries.
The girls, headed by Chipley's Tracey
Dudley and Covenant Christian School's
Ty Farris, aim for a second win in the event
that has been dominated by the West.
The Bay county contingent showcases
electric players and scoring threats Dar-
rien Mack of Rutherford, Ethan Roulhac of
Bay and Mark Troncale of Arnold. Ruther-
ford's Barack Jackson, a quick guard who
can score in bunches; Mosley's Darryus
Stewart, one of the more well rounded play-
ers on the roster; and Covenant Christian's
all-time scoring leader Justin Schaefer also
are on the team.
The six remaining boys are led by Boze-
man's Vince Ventura and Franklin County's
Deshaun Winfield and Marianna's Chris
Blount.
Rounding out the East boys are Cot-
tondale's Jacob Herring, who helped the
Hornets to the Region 1-2A final, Graceville
center Gabriel Best, who aided a surpris-
ing run to the Region 1-1A final and Port St.
Joe's Fonda Davis, who combined his scor-
ing touch with shutdown defense for the
Tiger Sharks.
The East girls are opposite from the
boys, as the majority of the team hails from
outside Bay County. All 11 of the public
school players competed in state regional
tournaments.
Graceville's Cayla Walker and Ashley
Hogans moved onto the Region 1-1A cham-
pionship game before falling to FAMU
High. The Bethlehem duo of Megan Mc-
Donald and Tara Thompson helped their
team to 18 wins in the regular season and
a close defeat in the regional quarterfinal.
McDonald and Thompson are Bethlehem's
first girls to play in the Freedom Classic.
Cottondale's first run to the state Final
Four resulted in leading scorer Shaunte
Forward making the squad. Her sister,
Sherisa, played for the East last year. An-
other sibling of a former all-star player is
Ponce de Leon's Gypsy Griffin. Marianna's
Janae Godwin and Port St. Joe's Tayler
Byrd advanced even further in regionals
than did Griffin. Both were on the cusp of a
Final Four, with the Tiger Sharks in 2A and
the Bulldogs in 3A.


For more coverage
See bonifaynow.com
and chipleypaper.com


Also in 3A, Chipley wasn't able to move
out of the first round, but Sherina Gonzalez
harbors hopes of bringing home a win for
the East. Bay County East girls represen-
tatives are 3-point master Christy White of
Mosley, speedy guard Tammy Carthen of
Bay and Covenant Christian's Haley Shef-
field, who is second on the school's all-time
scoring list.


FIFTH ANNUAL FREEDOM
ALL-STAR CLASSIC EAST
ROSTERS
Boys:
C Gabriel Best, 6-5, Graceville
F- Chris Blount, 6-3, Marianna
G Fonda Davis, 5-8, Port St. Joe
G -Jacob Herring, 5-9, Cottondale
G Barack Jackson, 6-1, Rutherford
F Darrien Mack, 6-6, Rutherford
G/F Ethan Roulhac, 6-2, Bay
G -Justin Schaefer, 5-1 1, Covenant
Christian
G Darryus Stewart, 6-0, Mosley
G Mark Troncale, 6-2, Arnold
G Vince Ventura, 5-10, Bozeman
G/F Deshaun Winfield, 6-4,
Franklin County
Coaches: Cas Gant, Bozeman;
Derek Kurnitsky, Port St. Joe
Girls:
G Tayler Byrd, 5-6, Port St. Joe
G Tammy Carthen, 5-4, Bay
G/F Shaunte Forward, 5-7,
Cottondale
G -Janae Godwin, 5-6, Marianna
G/F Sherina Gonzalez, 5-7,
Chipley
G Gypsy Griffin, 5-5, Ponce de
Leon
F- Ashley Hogans, 5-10,
Graceville
F Megan McDonald, 5-9,
Bethlehem
G/F Haley Sheffield, 5-7,
Covenant Christian
G -Tara Thompson, 5-7, Bethlehem
G Cayla Walker, 5-8, Graceville
G Christy White, 5-4, Mosley
Coaches: Tracey Dudley, Chipley;
Ty Farris, Covenant Christian


CHIPOLA WOMEN'S HIGH SCHOOL 3-POINT
CHAMP: Jenna Griffin of Holmes County High is the
new Champion of Chipola College's High School
Three-Point Shootout. Pictured from left, are finalists
from the competition: Janae Godwin of Marianna,
Chipola Athletic Director, Dr. Dale O'Daniel, Jenna
Griffin of Holmes County champion and Tasha Hall
of Malone.


names engraved on a tro-
phy in the Milton H. John-
son Health Center and
on a traveling champion-


ship trophy, which will be
housed in their respective
school's trophy cases dur-
ing the coming year.


DIAMOND SPORTS ROUNDUP


Holmes County 6,
Chipley I
BONIFAY Holmes Coun-
ty catcher Clayton French had
a three-run homer and a two-
run double in the Blue Devils'
win over Chipley.
Holmes County's Aaron
Mollet was 2 for 3 with a dou-
ble and an RBI.
Senior left-hander Jesse
Gavin (2-0) pitched a com-
plete-game five-hitter with one
earned run and I I strikeouts.
Justin Burham led Chipley
with a single and a solo home
run.
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Vernon 3, Bethlehem 0
VERNON -Winning pitcher
Lauren Register (2-I) pitched a
two-hitter with II strikeouts
asVernon blanked Bethlehem.
Joelle Fondo led Vernon's
eight-hit attack. She was I for
3 with one RBI and two runs
scored. Mariah Weidman had
an RBI single.

Holmes County 2,
Sneads I
BONIFAY Frankie Green-
lee laid down a bunt and
Sneads committed a crucial er-
ror that scored Morgan John-
son with the winning run in the
ninth inning.
Mary Elizabeth Pippin
struck out 16 and walked only
one,while giving up four hits in
the completegame win.
Anna Keen was 3 for 4 and
Rachel Gavin 2 for 3 for the
Blue Devils (5-5).

Chipley 9, Marianna 2
MARIANNA Chipley re-
mained unbeaten in District 2-
3A while handing Marianna its
first loss.Jeeica Bush pitched a
seven-hitter with eight strike-
outs as theTigers improved to
8-2,2-0.
Chipley had 13 hits. Bush
was 3 for 5 and scored twice,
Kassi Shackleford was 2 for 3,
walked twice, had two RBIs
and scored two runs.
Skylar Davis was 2 for 5
and scored twice, Sara Gore
doubled, singled twice and
knocked in three runs, Erin
Solger had a hit and RBI, as did
Vanessa Hatcher and Racheal
Fowler added an RBI.

Carroll Classic
OZARK, Ala. Holmes
County defeated Pike County
(Ala.) 13-7 to win the cham-
pionship of the four-school
event.Aaron Mollett was the
winning pitcher in relief strik-
ing out six in two and two-
thirds innings. Clayton French
had two singles and a double
for the Blue Devils (7-2). Jo-
mar Concepcion had three
hits and three RBIs, Devin Bice
had three hits and Mollet had a
home run.
Earlier Holmes County
defeated Providence Chris-
tian 10-0 in six innings. Will
Thompson allowed four hits
and struck out seven. Jeremy
McGowan had two hits and an
RBI,Cole Long added a double,
triple and two RBIs, and Con-
cepcion had two hits and an
RBI and Mollet two hits and


an RBI.

Chipley 25, Bozeman 0
SAND HILLS Chipley en-
joyed a field day at the plate in
a run-rule rout of homestand-
ing Bozeman.
Rachael Fowler was 2 for
4 with a double, two RBIs and
five runs scored, Kasi Shackel-
ford 4 for 5 with two runs and
an RBI, Erin Solger 3 for 3 with
two doubles, three RBIs and
three runs, Vanessa Hatcher
3 for 5 with three RBIs, Sara
Gore was 3-5 with a triple,
three runs and three RBIs, Bre-
anna Webb 2 for 4 with three
RBIs and Skylar Davis 2 for 5
with a triple, four runs and two
RBIs.
Davis improved to 3-1 by
holding Bozeman to one hit
with five strikeouts.

Holmes County 16,
Graceville 0
BONIFAY Holmes Coun-
ty went to 9-2 on the season
as they shut out Graceville 16-
0 Monday night at home.Jesse
Gavin was the winning pitcher
with Jeremy French coming on
in relief.
Aaron Mollet was 3-3 with
a home run, a double and five
RBI. Jomar Concepcion went
2-3 and score three runs,
Gavin hit a double and two
RBI and Jeremy McGowan had
a double.
The Blue Devils face En-
terprise,AL in a noon double
header Saturday.

Paxton 5,
Ponce de Leon 3
PONCE DE LEON Shelby
Oglesby (3-for-4) and Emily
Smith (2-for-3) accounted for
all five of Paxton's hits as the
Bobcats edged Ponce de Leon.
Kappi Stewart struck out one
and scattered four hits to pick
up the win.

Freeport 2,Vernon I
Held scoreless through six
innings, Freeport loaded the
bases in the bottom of the sev-
enth with two outs and plated
the gametying and winning
runs on aVernon throwing er-
ror the team's only one of
the night-to win in a District
I-2A game.

Baker II,
Ponce de Leon I
Baker (4-2) received three
RBIs from Mollie Royal and
Brittney Kilpatrick and two
more from Tuesdae Middle-
brooks as the Gators re-
mained unbeaten (3-0) in Dis-
trict I-2A.

Chipley 2,
South Walton I
CHIPLEY -The Seahawks (2-
5) gave up two unearned runs
in the third inning and put up
just three hits in reply to fall on
the road.

Baker 8,
Ponce de Leon 3
BAKER Colton Henry just
missed hitting for the cycle and
Preston Nixon drove in four as
the Baker baseball team rolled
to an 8-3 victory over district
I-2A foe Ponce de Leon on
Friday.


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For the week ending March 6,
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*Florida Livestock Auctions:
Receipts totaled $4,750 compared
to $6,814 last week and $6,399 a year
ago. Compared to one week ago;
slaughter cows were steady to $1-
2 higher, bulls were steady; feeder
steers were $2-4 higher; heifers
were steady to $2 higher; replace-
ment cows were mostly steady.
*Georgia Livestock Auctions:
Receipts in 25 markets totaled $6,691
compared to $10,039 last week and
$10,234 a year ago. Compared to one
week ago; slaughter cows and bulls
were $1-2 higher; feeder steers and
steer calves were $2-6 higher; heif-
ers were $2-3 higher, heifer calves,
$2-4 higher; replacement cows were
unevenly steady.
*Alabama Livestock Auctions:
Receipts totaled $6,700 a week ago,
and $11,008 a week ago and $12,150
a year ago. Compared to a week
ago; slaughter cows and bulls were


$1-2 higher; feeder steers were $2
higher; bulls were $1 higher, heifers
were unevenly steady; replacement
cows were steady with small offer-
ings.
Feeder Steers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: Fla. $94-122- Ga.
$99-127 Ala. $100-121; 400-500 lbs.:
Fla. $88-117 Ga. $83-112 Ala.
$90-109; 500-600 lbs.: Fla. $86-105
- Ga. $82-104 Ala. $79-104
Feeder Heifers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: Fla. $80-97 Ga.
$83-100 Ala. $84-103; 400-500 lbs.:
Fla. $77- 93 Ga. $72- 93 -Ala. $78-
94; 500-600 lbs.: Fla. $72- 90 Ga.
$68- 91 -Ala. $74- 89
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent
Lean
750-1200 lbs.: Fla. $29- 45 Ga.
$40-49 Ala. $40-43.50; Slaughter
Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2; 1,500-
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BONIFAY The Prom
Promise Mock Wreck will
be at Holmes County High
School on March 25 at 1
p.m. for the first time in
eight years
AirHeart will be there
along with Holmes County
EMS, Bonifay Fire De-
partment, Bonifay Police
Department and the Hol-
mes County Sheriff's Of-


fice. Jason French with
the Florida Highway Pa-
trol will discuss the use of
seatbelts and about drink-
ing and driving. Pastor
Jerrod Jenkins will speak
on behalf of First Baptist
Church of Bonifay.
There will be three
students involved: one
will be charged with DUI/
manslaughter, one will be
flown out, and one will be
taken away by a funeral
home.


Bonifay Garden Club
hosts Gourd Lady
BONIFAY Bonifay Gar-
den Club will hold its regu-
lar luncheon meeting at
noon Friday, March 13, at
Simbo's Restaurant. Na-
dine Hall will show some
of her gourd art and give
instruction in growing
gourds, which may be used
for many decorative and
utilitarian purposes.
Hostesses for the meet-
ing are Faye Helms, Eloise
LaBarre and Hazel Tison.
At the February meeting
the devotional was given by
Velma Stubbs followed by
the business session. The
program was a group a dis-
cussion on wild flowers and
attracting butterflies. Each
attendee was given a wild-
flower to identify and color.
Hostesses Mary Cole-
man, Vonzie Jenkins, and
Maxine Strickland deco-
rated tables in a Valentine
theme and fresh flowers.
After announcements, door
prizes were awarded.
Guests and new mem-
bers are always welcome at
Bonifay Garden Club which
meets the second Friday
of each month with the ex-
ception of June, July and
August. Make reservations
directly to the restaurant
or to Martha Brown at 547-
1639.

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deadlines
The National Resourc-
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(NRCS) announced recent-
ly that the cutoff date for
EQIP and WHIP conserva-
tion programs is close of
business on March 13.
For additional details on
these farm bill programs
and specific eligibility re-
quirements to participate,
contact the local NRCS of-
fice at 1424 Jackson Ave. in
Chipley or call 638-1718.

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Washington,

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2009 Local Color
Juried Art Show
DOTHAN The Dothan
Wiregrass Art League will
sponsor the 2009 Local
Color Juried Art Show on
April 17-19 at the Cultural
Arts Center, 909 S. St. An-
drews Street in Dothan.
There is no entry fee. A re-
ception and presentation
of awards will be held Fri-
day from 6-8 p.m. Refresh-
ments, entertainment and
an artist demonstration
will be held each day of
the show. Show hours are
10 a.m. 8 p.m. on Friday
and Saturday and Sunday
Afternoon from 1-4 p.m.
All artwork will be
available for viewing and
purchase during the show.
To submit your works of
art for the show, contact
Dothan Wiregrass Art
League at 334-792-9655.

Home and
Garden Expo
CHIPLEY Tri-County
Home Builders is hosting
the 2009 Home and Gar-
den Expo, Friday and Sat-
urday, May 8 and 9 at the
Washington County Agri-
culture Center on Hwy 90
in Chipley.
If you are a business
owner or tradesman this
is an opportunity for you
to introduce new equip-
ment, materials, products
and services along with
other professionals in
construction, heating and
cooling, floor covering,
interior decorating and
screen rooms. This event
is expected to draw over
500 people who are inter-
ested in building a new
home or improving their
existing home.
The proceeds from this
event funds the Tri-Coun-
ty Home Builders Associ-
ation Community Service
Foundation, which is des-
ignated for the improve-
ment and assistance in
home repairs for low-in-
come homeowners and
those with special needs,
such as wheelchair ramps
and heating systems.
For more information
or to reserve your booth,
contact Debbie McCrary
at 638-4436 or 850-482-
8802.

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Faith ...................... ....... Page B6
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reunion.


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Thatcher.


From left, Dick Steinborn, Frankie Cain and Silento
Rodriguez enjoy some time together at the convention.


Old tag-team partners Jim Dalton and Donnie Fargo get
together.


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First wedding anniversary

Jamie and Chris Byrd will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary
on March 15.


Mason Tanner Shelton

Jared and Ashley Shelton announce the birth of their son, Mason Tanner. He was
born Nov. 3, 2008 at Gulf Coast Hospital in Panama City, weighed 8 pounds, 6
ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long.
His maternal grandparents are Michelle Johnson and Randy Johnson. Great
grandparents are Janice Johnson and David Schofield and Pat and Frank Johnson.
Paternal Grandparents are Susan Steverson and Ricky Shelton. His great-
grandparents are Dorothy and Sonny Steverson and Betty the late John Shelton, all of
Bonifay.


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their daughter, Amy Danielle, to Tyler Belser Goodman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James J. Goodman, Sr. of Bonifay.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Thomas
of Luverne, Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Harrell MacManus of Enterprise, Ala. She
is a graduate of Niceville High School and the University of Florida, where
she received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders,
and a Master of Education in Reading Education.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Mrs. Harvie J. Belser, Sr. and
the late Harvie J. Belser, Sr. of Bonifay, Edna Goodman Adkins of Blount-
stown and the late C.D. Goodman, Sr. of Bascom. Tyler is a graduate of
Holmes County High School, Chipola College and the University of Florida
where he received a Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Human Nutri-
tion.
The wedding is planned for May 23, at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church of
Niceville. A reception will immediately follow. All friends and relatives are
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at Landmark Park


DOTHAN The annual Old-
Time Fiddlers' Convention at
Landmark Park is planned for
Saturday, March 21. The contest
begins at 1 p.m. in the park's Vic-
torian-style gazebo. It is held an-
nually in conjunction with Spring
Farm Day, one of the park's old-
est and most successful special
events.
The park hosts the fiddlers'
convention in an effort to pre-
serve and encourage this old-
time music tradition. All acoustic
musicians are invited to bring
their fiddles, guitars, banjos and
other instruments to jam in the
"Fiddlers' Corner" in the park's
one-room school house during
the day.
Contestants of the Old-Time
Fiddlers Convention will com-
pete in four age categories for
cash prizes and ribbons. An Open
Division will be offered with no
age or tune restrictions and win-
ners will be award a first, second
and third place trophy. The Fid-
dler's Competition is sponsored
by Perry's Music.
Fiddlers who pre-register by
March 10 will receive two free
admission passes to the event.
Participants who have not pre-
registered must pay general ad-
mission to Spring Farm Day: $8


Local BRIEFS


Bonifay Street Festival
March 21
BONIFAY Bonifay's Down
Home Street is looking for teams
or individuals to compete in the
Black-Eyed Peas cooking con-
test. Entry deadline is March
1 for the March 21 festival. For
more information or an applica-
tion, visitwww.BonifayStreetFes-
tival.com or call Gail at 547-3817.
Craft and Food Vendors need-
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Craft and food vendors are
being sought for Bonifay's Down
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21. For more information visit
www.BonifayStreetFestival.com
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Bonifay's DHSF Beauty Pag-
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This pageant is for girls and
boys of all ages.
For more information visit
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or email: bdhsfpageant@yahoo.
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Amanda at -547-5435.

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Alabama EAA Chapter 351 will
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March 21 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
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are, from left: honorable mentions Alex Anderson of Vernon; third place,
Savannah Lipford of Marianna; second place, Alisha Killings of Chipley; first
place, Laura Stoltzfus of Blountstown.


ORAL INTERPRETATION WINNERS- Area students from 14 high schools
competed in Chipola College's annual Throssell Literature/Language Festival.
Oral Interpretation winners are, from left: honorable mentions, Jasmine Lawyer
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Gore of Chipley; third place, Sarah Best of Holmes County; second place, Jamie
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Local ANNOUNCEMENTS


Chipola's 'Back to
the 80's'
MARIANNA Tickets go
on sale March 4 for Chipola
Theater's musical, "Back
to the 80's," which opens a
five-day run March 18.
"Back to the 80's,"
is straight from the era
that brought the world
The Rubik's Cube, Max
Headroom and The Teen-
age Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Join the graduating class
of William Ocean High
School as they live through
their final senior year as
they experience the fun,


the heartbreak, the loves
and the loneliness of grow-
ing up all set to the biggest
hits of the 80's.
Chipola Theater direc-
tor Charles Sirmon says
the musical is rated "PG"
as some material may not
be suitable for younger au-
diences.
Sirmon cast local actors
in the following roles: Keith
Watford as Corey Palmer
(Senior), Garrett Brolund
as Corey Palmer (Junior),
Austin Pettis as Alf Bueller,
Jonathan Keeman as Kirk
Keaton, Kyndall Covington
as Tiffany Houston, Madi-


son Wester as Cyndi Gib-
son, Brenna Kneiss as Mel
Easton, Kylee Shores as
Kim Easton, Ben Grande
as Michael Keaton, Kris
Sampson as Lionel Astley,
Quintin Beechum as Huey
Jackson, Aven Pitts as
Feargal MeFerrin, Grace
Bailey as Eileen Reagan,
Courtney Corbin as Laura
Wilde, Emily Harrison as
Debbie Fox, Christina Lo-
pez as Ms. Sheena Bran-
nigan and Aaron Moore as
Mr. Stevie Cocker. Class-
mates are: Haley Barfield,
Sarah Lovins, Danielle
Richardson, Jacob Beasley


and Clint Touchton. The
crew includes Angela Wiley,
David Reeves Forrester
and Brenton Jones.
Neil Gooding wrote
the show with additional
material by Stuart Smith.
Brett Foster composed re-
vised orchestrations and
arrangements with origi-
nal musical adaptation by
Scott Copeman.
Tickets will be available
in the college Business Of-
fice located in the Student
Services beginning March
4. Phone credit card orders
begin March 5. For ticket
information, call 850-718-


2220.

Griffin on Dean's List
Justin B. Griffin of Do-
than, Ala. has been named
to the Dean's List at the
University of Alabama for
the 2008 fall semester. This
is his third semester on
the Dean's List. To qualify
he had to maintain a 3.5
grade point average on a
4.0 scale.
Justin is the son of
Belcher and Nancy Grif-
fin of Dothan. His grand-
parents are Thomas and
Connie Mauer of Dothan


and Tressie Griffin the late
Frank Griffin of Chipley

HCHS Class of '78
BONIFAY -- A reunion-
planning meeting is sched-
uled for Feb. 28 at 5 p.m.
at Holmes County High
School. Members of the
Class of '78 are encouraged
to markyour calendars and
plan to attend. Take any in-
formation, classmates and
finger food. For more infor-
mation, call Donna Bellot
Paulk at 547-9408 or email
Lisa Peters Stout at lange-
las@gmail.com.


Community NEWS


Covenant Hospice
seeks artists for
Garden Gala event
MARIANNA Covenant
Hospice will host its An-
nual Garden Gala from 6
to 9 p.m. Saturday, June
27 at the National Guard
Armory, 3645 Hwy 90 West
in Marianna.
The Garden Gala
Committee is currently
seeking artists to paint
wooden swings, Adiron-
dack rocking chairs and
windows to be auctioned
at the event.
Artist applications are
available at Covenant
Hospice or at www.cov-
entanthospice.org/Mari-
anna, click on events tab,
choose the Garden Gala
link and choose artist tab.
"The Garden Gala is
our signature fundrais-
ing event of the year. Pro-
ceeds from the gala will
help further the mission
on Covenant Hospice in
Calhoun, Jackson, Holm-
es and Washington Coun-
ty," said Jennifer Griffin,
Development Manager
for Covenant Hospice.
Covenant Hospice is
a not-for-profit organi-
zation dedicated to pro-
viding comprehensive
compassionate service to
patients and their loved
ones during times of life
limiting illnesses, based
on need, regardless of
ability to pay.
To become a Garden
Gala artist, call Jennifer
Griffin at 482-8520 or 209-
0221. Or via email jenni-
fer.griffin@covenanthos-
pice.org.


Neighborhood Watch
Meeting
HICKORY HILL The
Hickory Hill Neighborhood
Watch will meet on March
16 at 6:30 p.m. at Hickory
Hill Baptist Church, fea-
turing Veterans service
officer, Joseph Marsh. The
Holmes County Sheriff's
Department will be attend-
ing. Everyone is invited to
attend. For more informa-
tion call 850-956-2000.

Grant for Covenant
Hospice
MARIANNA Covenant
Hospice recently received
a "Reaching Out" grant
from The National Hos-
pice and Palliative Care
Organization (NHPCO).
Funded by the Depart-
ment of Veterans Affairs,
the grants program is de-
signed to increase access
to hospice and palliative
care services for rural and
homeless Veterans.
Volunteers in the Mari-
anna are needed to help
Covenant Hospice reach
and serve rural and home-
less veterans. For more
information please call
Donna Meldon at 482-
8520.
Many Americans are
unaware that more than
50,000 veterans die each
month; that's roughly 28
percent of all deaths in the
United States. Nearly 40
percent of enrolled veter-
ans live in areas that are
considered rural; where
community hospices and
VA palliative care pro-
grams are often not read-
ily available.


Hospice care is part of
the basic eligibility pack-
age for veterans enrolled
in the Veterans Health Ad-
ministration (VHA).
Hospice services also
are covered by Medicare,
Medicaid, most man-
aged care organizations,
private insurance plans,
and HMOs. However, like
majority of the American
public, most veterans
don't know that these op-
tions exist. If you or some-
one you know has served
in our nation's military,
please contact Covenant
Hospice to learn more
about Veteran's rights and
access to end-of-life care.

Geneva County
pageant
SAMSON, ALA The an-
nual Geneva County pag-
eant will be held Saturday,
April 25 in the Samson El-
ementary Cafetorium.
Baby Miss, 0-23 moths;
Tiny Miss, 2-3 years; Ei-
ture Little Miss, 4-6 years;
Young Junior Miss, 7-9;
Junior Miss, 10-12.
There will be no prac-
tices and no interviews for
these divisions. These age
division are open to any-
one in Alabama, Florida
and Georgia.
Little Miss, first grade;
Teem Miss, 13-16; and
Miss, 17-21 divisions will
be held at 7 p.m. Miss
and little Miss contes-
tants must reside or go to
school in Geneva County
an will represent Geneva
County in the National
Peanut Festival Pageants
in October.
Teen Miss division is


open to anyone in Ala-
bama, Florida and Geor-
gia. All three divisions
will have interviews and
two practices.
Winners from the
morning pageant will be
special guest at the eve-
ning pageant, be present-
ed on stage and assist in
the crowning ceremonies.
All visiting queens from
other areas are welcome
and will receive special
recognition.
For more information,
contact Terri King at 334-
898-7508; Lauren Fountain
at 726-3544 or Haden Ward,
449-1616.

Health course
PANAMA CITY Gulf
Coast Community Col-
lege's Business, Continu-
ing and Community Edu-
cation Department will
host a continued health
education course titled
"Oral Health for the El-
derly." The event is spon-
sored and organized by
the Bay Dental Society
and is open to the public.
The course will provide
an overview of the status
of oral health issues fac-
ing the vulnerable elderly,
over 65, trends in care for


seniors, basic oral hygiene
and prevention proce-
dures and barriers to pro-
viding senior dental care
and future programs.
Oral Health for the
Elderly" will be held on
March 13, from 9 a.m.
- 12 p.m. in Student Union
East, Room 244.
For further information
and registration, contact
Capri Baum at (850) 350-
7164 or cbaum@florida-
dental.org. Contact hours
provided by the Florida
Dental Association.

Recording project
PANAMA CITY Gulf
Coast Community Col-
lege's new Music Technol-
ogy Production program
now has an official stu-
dent record label called
"Boundless Sounds Re-
cordings" and is currently
accepting submissions
through March 20 for its
first annual recording
project.
Each year, beginning
in February, the label will
accept proposals from art-
ists of any genre for origi-
nal recording projects
that meet the following
criteria:
The project propos-


als must be received no
later than 5:00 PM CST on
March 20,2009.
For more information
about this opportunity,
contact Rusty Garner, Vi-
sual & Performing Arts
Professor, at (850) 769-
1551, ext. 2888.

Ramsey course
CHIPLEY-Dave Ramsey
from Financial Peace Uni-
versity (FPU) will conduct
the 13-week program on
how to handle money
through common sense
principles and small group
accountability. Topics cov-
ered include saving for
emergencies, budgeting,
relationship and money
issues, getting out of debt,
understanding invest-
ments and insurances, re-
tirement and college plan-
ning. Every participant
needs a kit. Special rates
are available on line at
www.daveramsey.com or
by calling 888-227-3223.
FPU classes will be
held at Holmes Creek
Baptist Church, 335 Cope
Road in beginning March
15 at 4:30 p.m. contact Joe
Patterson at 638-9112 for
more information or to
register.


Annual review of business and

community progress for

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Horizons 2009 explores the changing

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Let it change

This past week, I took my first road trip in
the 1965 Ford Mustang I've been restoring.
I drove it from my home in north Florida to
my mom and dad's in north Georgia, a 300-
mile trip. The Mustang did real well until I
let it run low on fuel just south of Carrolton,
Ga. Nowadays, there seems to be so much
water in the gasoline. I know because older
cars will let you know when there's the
least bit of water in the fuel; it begins to
spitter and sput going down the road. When
it does, it doesn't want to
pull the hills or start from a
stop smoothly. The farther I
drove, the worse it got. After
getting to my parents home
the next day, I changed the
fuel filter and it was back to
running smoothly. It was just
FROM THE a reminder that when things
are not working right, it's
HEART time for a change.
im Ha For two years now, all we
have heard about is the need
for change, yet those who have talked so
much about change have gone out of their
way to keep that which needs to change
from changing. Most Americans understand
that if a business is going to be successful,
then it must provide a needed service and/or
a quality product at a great value. Times
and people change because God created all
things to change.
The companies that provide products
must also change to keep up with the times
or lose their business to a competitor who is
willing to make the change happen. That's
called "free enterprise," which makes a
democracy work. But when companies
become more focused on themselves, the
money they make, the luxuries they enjoy
and even begin to think they deserve to
be taken care of more than the products
that they are producing or providing that
needed service for, that business should fail.
Sometimes companies price themselves out
of business for personal profit reasons or
produce a product of substandard quality,
but a government jumps in and borrows
money from another country to keep this
failing company from failing because of their
bad management. They have interfered
with natural changes that should have taken
place many years ago even if it meant that
it would fail, which would have probably
created many more great companies that
would have produced a better product at a
better price and stimulated our economy for
a better future. But when government steps
in and stops the necessary change from
taking place by buying interest in it, that
government becomes a socialist country,
which opens the door for communism in
more ways than one.
So I guess you have now come to a
conclusion that I haven't figured out how
these recent stimulus packages given to
large banks, insurance companies and
car manufactures by our government are
going to do anything for people like you and
me or our country other than let us know
which banks, insurance companies and car
manufacturers we should not do business
with. Although Mopar (Chrysler) has been
my carmaker of choice for many years, Ford
has now moved to the front of the line, as
they are not asking for any more money
from the government while General Motors
is asking for more, and then more and then
some more. It makes me want to call GMAC
and ask them to send me the title to our
Chevrolet HHR because they built it and
financed it and are using my tax dollars to
live at standards unimaginable to me or my
family (again on my hard-earned money).
People and politicians often talk about
change, yet oppose natural changes that
need to take place. They forget that God
is on his throne, Revelation 4 & 5 and His
great plan of Redemption for all things
will change this earth, as we know it, just
as John described in Revelation 6 22.
Although people talk about change, they
really only want to change that which would
benefit their selfish desires most, but by
their actions they actually oppose true
change, real change that needs to take
place in each of our lives as we surrender
to be changed by the One on the throne and
the Lamb Who was slain for our sins, as
we realize and recognize He is Lord. "And
Jesus answered and said to them: "Take
heed that no one deceives you. For many
will come in My name, saying, 'I am the
Christ,' and will deceive many. And you will
hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that
you are not troubled; for all these things
must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
For nation will rise against nation, and
kingdom against kingdom. And there will
be famines, pestilences, and earthquakes in
various places" (Matthew 24:4 7 NKJV).

This message has been brought to you
From the Heart of Tim Hall, Senior Pastor,
Gully Springs Baptist Church, and author
of "Church Go To Hell! Please?" PO. Box
745, 2824 Highway 90 West, Bonifay, Florida
32425. Located three miles west of the light
at Highway 79, 850-547-3920, e-mail: timhall
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BCF student Ray Shores signs up to receive more information from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary at the
last Seminary Day.



Seminaries visit BCF March 16


GRACEVILLE The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville will host represen-
tatives from several Baptist seminaries
and educational institutions beginning
at 8 a.m. March 16.
Representatives will be available to


answer questions on their degree pro-
grams from schools, such as Southeast-
ern Baptist Theological Seminary in
Wake Forest, N.C.; Midwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary in Kansas City,
Mo.; Southwestern Baptist Theological


Seminary in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas;
and New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary in New Orleans, La.
The event is open to the public. For
more information, contact 800-328-2660,
ext. 477.


The dangerous, untamed tongue


I have no respect for justice. I maim
without killing. I break hearts and ruin
lives. I am cunning and malicious and
gather strength with age. The more
I am quoted, the more I am believed.
I flourish at every level of society. My
victims are helpless. They cannot
protect themselves against
me because I have no name
or face. To track me down is
impossible. The harder you try,
the more elusive I become. I am
nobody's friend. Once I tarnish a
reputation, it is never the same.
I topple governments and wreck
marriages. I make innocent LE
people cry in their pillows. My LIG
name is gossip. W
Gossip many times is
something that grows and
festers over time. It is something that
if it is not caught in time can cause
damage that cannot be repaired.
Sometimes gossip is contagious. One
person starts the gossip, and over a
short period of time, it spreads, and
then many are doing the same thing.
I believe many times the one doing
the gossiping is blind to it, and they
sometimes do not realize what they are
doing. It is because of these reasons
I believe it is necessary that we look
carefully at facts about gossip.
First of all, what is gossip? Gossip
is defined as idle, often sensational
and groundless talk about others. In
the Bible, it is also known by some
other terms, such as backbiting, evil
speaking, to speak against, talkers
(talking idly), foolish talking, idle
tales, tale bearer and slander. Gossip
many times is repeating something or
telling others of something that you
do not know is true or that you do not
know all the details to. Many times the
information being passed on is harmful
to another's reputation.
The Bible has much to say about
gossip. Proverbs 12:17-23 says, "He
that speaketh truth showeth forth


righteousness: but a false witness
deceit. There is that speaketh like the
piercings of a sword: but the tongue
of the wise is health. The lip of truth
shall be established forever: but a lying
tongue is but for a moment. Deceit is
in the heart of them that imagine evil:
but to the counselors of peace is
joy There shall no evil happen
to the just: but the wicked shall
be filled with mischief. Lying
lips are abomination to the
LORD: but they that deal truly


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are his delight. A prudent man
concealeth knowledge: but
the heart of fools proclaimeth
foolishness." What is gossip? It
is an abomination to the Lord.
The book of Proverbs also


states in Proverbs 18:6-8, "A
fool's lips enter into contention, and
his mouth calleth for strokes. A fool's
mouth is his destruction, and his lips
are the snare of his soul. The words of
a talebearer are as wounds, and they
go down into the innermost parts of
the belly." There is nothing good about
gossip. Very simply, it is sin.
Well the next question that comes
to mind is, what if I am not the one
doing the gossiping, but I am just
listening? That is similar to saying,
"I don't tell dirty jokes; I just listen to
them." Proverbs 20:19 says, "He that
goeth about as a talebearer revealeth
secrets: therefore meddle not with him
that flattereth with his lips." Simply
put, it says do not associate with a
gossip. In 2 Timothy 3:1-5 Paul tells
Timothy to turn away from those who
gossip.
The third question I will ask is
whether or not I should pass it on.
Some might say, "I'm just telling others
what I heard" or "I didn't start the
rumor." I didn't start the flu either, but
I don't want to pass it on to everyone
I come in contact with. Much like the
flu, gossip is a virus that continues to
spread if we let it. Proverbs 26:20-22


BCF Jazz Ensemble visits Chipley church

CHIPLEY The Baptist
College of Florida's Jazz
Ensemble performed at
the First Baptist Church in
Chipley March 1. The mu-
sically talented ensemble
is directed by BCF Pro-
fessor Ron Branning and
includes legendary jazz
musician Bob Snyder.
The ensemble played at
the beginning of the wor-
ship service, followed by
the sermon from Mike Orr,
BCF alum and FBC's pas-
tor.
To learn how you can
become a part of the BCF
Jazz Ensemble, contact
The Baptist College of
Florida at 800-328-2660,
BCF Jazz Ensemble Director Ron Branning ext. 427.


says, "Where no wood is, there the
fire goeth out: so where there is no
talebearer, the strife ceaseth.
As coals are to burning coals and
wood to fire, so is a contentious man to
kindle strife.
The words of a talebearer are as
wounds, and they go down into the
innermost parts of the belly." Where
there is no gossip, strife ceases. Also
Ephesians 4:31 says, "Let all bitterness,
and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and
evil speaking, be put away from you,
with all malice." Gossip has no place in
a Christian's life.
I believe it is also important to
realize gossip does not have to be
negative. Some say, "Well it isn't bad, so
it is OK to tell it" or "I was just stating
the facts." Maybe it isn't bad, but does
it need to be passed on. There might be
things others don't want passed on or
that don't need to be passed on. Maybe
that person specifically said they didn't
want others to know about it. We should
control our tongue and keep those
things to ourselves.
Finally, what are the effects of
gossip? This is probably the most
important thing to remember when
looking at gossip. Proverbs 25:23
says, "The north wind driveth away
rain: so doth an angry countenance a
backbiting tongue." Very simply put,
gossip destroys good reputations. In
2 Corinthians 12:20 Paul had a great
concern for the Church at Corinth. He
knew the destructive power of gossip.
Gossip can break apart congregations;
it can cause some to fall away from the
truth, and it can cause strife between
one another. Unfortunately, none of us
are immune to gossip. It is something
we all must watch out for because of
the harm it causes.

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


BCF Women's Ensemble

to perform in Chipley

The Women's Ensemble at The Bap-
tist College of Florida will perform at
Sand Hills Baptist Church in Chipley at
6 p.m. March 22. The elite performance
group is directed by BCF Professor Bu-
ford E. Cox and accompanied on the
piano by Linda Vaughn.
The ensemble consists of 14 female
singers, four distinct vocal sections,
each one requiring an audition to par-
ticipate. They will present a collection
of musical compositions, including clas-
sical and contemporary choral works
for women, spirituals and hymn ar-
rangements.
For more information on the Wom-
en's Ensemble or other music programs
offered at The Baptist College of Florida,
call 800-328-2660, ext. 427.


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Ministry NEWS


The trilogy of

men's struggles
CHIPLEY First Baptist
Church of Chipley will host
a men's conference March
13-14 at the First Baptist
Church, 1300 South Blvd. in
Chipley. Guest speaker will
be Pastor Johnny M. Hunt,

the South-
ern Baptist
Convention,
who will dis-
cuss three
areas men
struggle
with: mon-
JOHNNY ey, sex and
HUNT pride. Reg-
istration is
$35, payable to First Bap-
tist Church.
On March 13, the event
will begin with dinner at
6 p.m. and registration at
6:45 p.m., followed by two
sessions, ending at 10 p.m.
On March 14, the event
will begin with breakfast
at 7 a.m., followed by two
sessions and dismissal at
10:30 a.m. For more infor-
mation, contact Mike Orr
at 638-1830.


Gospel concert
COTTONDALE First
Assembly of God in Cot-
tondale will host a gospel
concert at 7 p.m. March 12.
Special guest will be The
Shepherds. For more infor-


mation, call 850-260-9079.


BCF golf tournament
GRACEVILLE The
Student Services Division
at The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville will
host its annual golf tourna-
ment at 8:30 a.m. March 14
at the Dogwood Lakes Golf
Course in Bonifay.
Tripp Battle, activities
director and tournament
organizer, said, "Last se-
mester's tournament was a
huge success. We had eight
teams come, and we hope
to have even more teams
participate this semester."
For more information
on the golf tournament and
register a team, call 800-
328-2660, ext. 474.


Guitar recital at BCF
GRACEVILLE The Mu-
sic and Worship Division
of The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville will
host a studio guitar re-
cital at 7 p.m. April 7 in the
R.G. Lee Chapel. The eve-
ning will feature musical
compositions performed
by both of the guitar en-
sembles at BCF as well as
duets and solos. The mu-
sic will range in style from
classical to jazz, in addition
to guitar arrangements of
well-known hymns.
Admission is free and
open to the public.
For more information,


The Music and Worship Division of The Baptist
College of Florida will host a studio guitar recital at
7 p.m. April 7.


contact Jay Erp at 850-263-
3261, ext. 417, or jberp@
baptistcollege.edu.


at 6 p.m. Monday to Friday.
A meal will be served at 6
p.m., followed by evening
services at 7 p.m. nightly.


Ole Time Bro. Scott Roper will be
the guest speaker, and Ves-
amp Meeting sels of Clay will perform.


ever pondered how science
and the Bible work togeth-
er?
You can launch into
an in-depth study on your
own, or you can attend the
Rev. Bob Swinson's Cre-
ation Science Ministry con-
ference March 22 at Gully
Springs Baptist Church
and West Pitman Baptist
Church.
One pastor noted af-
ter his church hosted the
conference: "It was very
scholarly but also practi-
cal. It was scientifically
accurate but it was Bibli-
cally based. It was chal-
lenging for the highly
knowledgeable and yet
it was understandable to
the baby Christians," Dr.
Gene Pritchard said.
You can attend the con-
ference at Gully Springs
Baptist Church during any
or all of the three sessions
at 9:30 a.m., 10:45 a.m. or 1
p.m. There also will be an
evening conference at West
Pittman Baptist Church at
6 p.m.
Contact the Rev. Tim
Hall at 547-3920 or the Rev.
Eddie Eaton at 956-4100 for
more information.


BONIFAY Bethany Bethany Baptist church is
Baptist Church will host 10 miles north of Bonifay Oak Grove
an Ole Time Camp Meet- on Highway 79.
ing March 15 to 20. Sunday gospel sing
schoolwillbeginat9:45a.m., Creation Science BONIFAY Oak Grove
morning service is sched- Pentecostal Ministries
uled for 10:45 a.m. and eve- Ministry conference announced its monthly
ning service is scheduled BONIFAY Have you bluegrass gospel sing,


scheduled at 7 p.m. March
13. The host group will be
Straight and Narrow Blue-
grass and special guest will
be Cornerstone Bluegrass
of Bonifay.
Oak Grove is located
two miles north of State
Road 2 on State Road 179
in Bonifay. For more infor-
mation, call 334-588-6052 or
e-mail sandnbgrass@ala-
web.com.


Union Pentecostal

hosts gospel sing
GRITNEY Union Pen-
tecostal Church will host
a gospel sing starting at 6
p.m. March 21. Individual
and group singers are
welcome, or you can just
listen. The church is on
Bonifay/ Gritney Road in
Gritney. Fellowship and a
covered-dish meal are
planned afterwards. For
more information, call
Pastor Michael Goodson
at 850-956-2401 or Jerry
Hall at 373-5099.


Prophetic Summit '09
GRACEVILLE O.C.
Brinkley, prophet, will con-
duct Prophetic Summit '09
April 9 to 11 at the Gracev-
ille Civic Center in Gracev-
ille. Services will start at 7
p.m. April 9 and 10 and at 6
p.m. April 11.
For more information,
call Brinkley at 263-6658.


Houses of WORSHIP


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME 577 Martin
Luther 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
Sunday at 11 15 am Pastor is the Rev
Leon Singleton
St Joseph AME 1401 Monroe Sheffield
Rd, Chipley Pastor is the Rev Roy
Hudson
St Luke AME 4009 Jackson Community
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 Wauke
sha 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
Sunday School 10 a m, Sunday ser
vices 11 a m and 6 pm 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 Smyrna Assembly 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
Elementary 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 Pas
tor is Danny Burns
Westville Assembly of God Hwy 181
North Pastor is Lavon Burke
Winterville Assembly 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 Bon-
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 Kan
sas Avenue and Oklahoma Street Pastor
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
Chipley 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 Pastor
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
Grltney 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 Cem
etery Lane, Campbellton Pastor Richard
Peterson Sr
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist 614 Ben
nett Drive, Chipley Price Wilson is pastor
Leonia Baptist Church is located in
northwest Holmes County Pastor is Stacy
Stafford
Lovewood Free Will Baptist 1745 Love
wood 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 Sanders
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
2and179A
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 Solleau
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
Oakle 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 Kynesville
Road (Hwy 276) between Cottondale
and Alford Pastor is Donnie Hussey
Sand Hills Baptist 6758 Hwy 77 Pastor
isT Keith Gann
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 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 High
way 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 Brickyard
Road Wes Webb is minister
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N Hwy 79
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God Brock Ave Pas
tor 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 Elder
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 Corbln Rd,
Cottondale
Third United Holiness 608 West 8th Ave,
Graceville Pastor is Arthur Fulton
Jehovah's Witnesses
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 179A, Westville Pastor is Ray
Connell
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle Hwy 77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead
Pastor 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
Pastor 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 Pas
tor is Ron Alderman
Otter Creek United Methodist North
of Ponce de Leon off Hwy 81 (look for
sign)
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
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 Latter-day
SaintsNorth Ride, Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850)547-1254 or (850)547-4557 Bonifay
Ward Bishop Joshua Bowen Chipley
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 Pastor
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, Cot
tondale Pastors are Buddy and Jeanne
Steele
Grace & Glory Worship Center 1328
Railroad Ave, Chipley Pastor is Debble
Williams
House of Prayer Worship Center 763
West Blvd Pastor is Anthony B McKin
nle
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
Sunday, 2 p m Off Hwy 279
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach Corner of
Reno and Fanning Branch, Vernon Pas
tors are Willis and Drucile Hagan
Pine Hill Church 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay 32425 Pastors BT
Owens and James Bush
Cypress Creek Community Church 2 5
miles west of Alford at 1772 Macedonia
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 Shella Smith
Holmes Valley Community Church 3550
Fanning Branch Road, Vernon Pastors
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 110
Caryville Evangelistic Center Wright's
Creek Road in Caryville, just north of
Hwy 90 Pastor is Wayne Brannon
Someone To Care International Ministries,
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


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A Christian Perspective

on Stewardship
"TheTragedy of the Commons" is a cautionary article written by
the biologist Garrett Hardin in 1968.The tragedy referred to is
the tendency for individuals
to use more than their fair
share of common resources
when it will benefit them, even
if doing so will deplete the
common resource. Consider a
pasture available for grazing
by everyone in the community;
this is the commons.It will
often be in the interests of
individuals to increase the sizeOURS
of their herds, thereby deplet-
ing community resources, and
ultimately harming the com-
mon resource.What is positive
for the individual may often be negative for the community.This
problem applies to almost every environmental issue with which
we are faced, from fossil fuels and global warming to the commu-
nity dumpsite. It is tempting to appeal to peoples'conscience and
say,"Use only your fair share," but this doesn't help much, since we
simply don't know in most cases what constitutes a "fair share."
The Biblical notion of stewardship might be helpful here, since
humans are given dominion over the earth.However, dominion
does not mean that we can do whatever we want with the earth,
but rather that we are to exercise wise stewardship over it. Since
the individual cannot solve this problem themselves,we must
come together as a community, including the world community,
to responsibly solve the tragedy for the commons.

Woe to those who join house to house, who add field to field, until
there isno more room, and you are made to dwell alone in the midst
of the land. R.S.V.Isaiah 5:8


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Lavenia Bush


Obituaries

Roland J. Whittington


Mary E. Cason


Lavenia Miller Bush,
78, of Vernon, died March
5 at Westside Terrace
Nursing and Rehab Center
in Dothan, Ala. She was
born on July 29, 1930, in
Noma. She retired from
the Washington County
School system, where she
worked as a teacher's aide
and the Bonifay Nursing
Home, where she worked
as a nursing assistant and
was a member of Bethel
Primitive Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Charles Wayne Bush Sr.;
her parents, Roy and
Jessie Mae Miller; and her
two sisters, Grace Hanson
and Claudia Beatrice
Watkins.
Survivors include three
sons, Charles Bush and
wife, Shueh Mei, of Santa


Rosa Beach, Tom Bush
and wife, Becky, of Dothan,
Ala., and the Rev. Tim Bush
and wife, Jody, of Vernon;
one daughter, Cindy
Bridges of Tallahassee;
five grandchildren; three
great-granddaughters; one
brother, Macon Miller and
wife, Beatrice, of Panama
City; and extended family
and friends.
Funeral services
were March 8 at Bethel
Primitive Baptist Church
with Pastor Bobby Willis
officiating. Interment
followed in the church
cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions
may be made to Covenant
Hospice, 2855 Ross Clark
Circle, Dothan, AL, 36301.


Royster F. Hayes
Royster E Hayes, 82, of Chipley; one daughter,
of Chipley, died Feb. 27 at Linda Holley and
Bonifay Nursing and Rehab husband, Bryant, of
in Bonifay. He was born Chipley; three sisters,
April 27, 1926, in Chipley to Farris Swindle and
Dock and Betty (Jenkins) husband, Emory, Silver
Hayes. He was a retired Creek, Miss., Joyce
farmer, a member of New Day, Milton, and Sylvia
Orange Baptist Church Forehand, Cottonwood,
and a lifelong resident of Ala.; nine grandchildren;
Chipley Fla. and 16 great-grandchildren.
His wife, June Hayes, Services were held
and his sister, Deloris March 1 at Brickyard Road
Johnson, preceded him in Chapel with the Revs.
death. Mike Orr and Alcus Brock
Survivors include three officiating. Interment
sons, Larry Hayes and wife, followed at New Orange
Marla, Dennis Hayes and Baptist Church Cemetery
wife, Marsha, and Daryle with Brown Funeral Home
Hayes and wife, Judy, all directing.


Myrtie Mae Martin


Myrtie Mae (Andrews)
Martin, 96, of Bonifay, died
March 1 at Washington
Rehab and Nursing Center
in Chipley. She was a
member of New Smyrna
Assembly of God. She was
the daughter of the late
James Andrews and the
late Texie (Ard) Andrews.
She was preceded in
death by her husband and
four grandsons.
She is survived by her
daughter, Juanita (Martin)
Lewis of Bonifay, and her

Jacob
Jacob James King, 30,
of Panama City, died Feb.
25 at Gulf Coast Medical
Center in Panama City. He
was born Dec. 28, 1978 in
Geneva, Ala.
King is survived by
his mother, Deborah
Gifford Pass of Griffin,
Ga.; father, Jimmy Ray
King of Bonifay; one son,
Aiden Irlinger King of
Tennessee; two brothers,
Jesse King of Mobile, Ala.,


son, Jimmy Martin of
Bonifay; sister in law, Ocie
Dell Andrews of Bonifay;
six grandchildren; 17 great-
grandchildren and seven
great-great-grandchildren.
A funeral service was
at Live Oak Assembly of
God Church on March 4
with the Revs. Kenneth
Martin and William Walker
officiating. Interment
followed in the Live Oak
Cemetery in Bonifay
with Sims Funeral Home
directing.

J. King
and Joseph Dylan Pass of
Griffin; and a sister, Nicki
King Coatney of Vernon.
Memorial graveside
services were at 11
a.m. March 7 at Carmel
Assembly of God Church.
A beachside memorial
service followed at 5 p.m.
in St. Andrews State Park
in Panama City.
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay was in charge of
arrangements.


Roland Jay Whittington,
68, of Chipley, died Feb. 27.
He lived in Pensacola
for 43 years before
returning to Chipley. He
accepted Christ as his
savior in 1952 and was a
member of Olive Baptist
Church in Pensacola
and later First Baptist of
Chipley. Roland enjoyed
spending time with his
family and friends. He was
also an avid hunter and
fisherman and enjoyed
bowling.
He is survived by his
wife of 47 years, Judy
Whittington; a son, Eddie
Whittington of Chipley;
daughters, Beth Rotroff

James E.
James Earl (Rut)
Washington, of Chipley,
died at his home Feb.
20. He was a native
and lifelong resident of
Washington County and
a deacon of Jerusalem
Baptist Church. Before his
retirement, he worked as
and asphalt inspector with
FDOT for more than 27
years.
Survivors include
his wife of 42 years,
Dorothy Lewis
Washington of Chipley;
two children, Tessa and
her husband, the Rev.
Cleve Wedderburn, and


Mary Catherine Smith,
65, of Sunny Hills, died Feb.
27 at Washington Rehab
and Nursing Center in
Chipley. She was born Oct.
31, 1943, in Whitter, Calif. to
the late Robert Francis and
Ruth Eleanor Cook Rose.
She is survived by her
husband, Walter Charles
Smith, of Sunny Hills; two

Sheilh
Sheila Long of Westville
died March 3.
She is survived by her
husband, James Long; her
three sons, Charles Harvan,
Michael Bryant and Harry
Sumner III; stepchildren,
Brian, Nichole and DJ


of Pensacola and Kristin
Whittington of Chipley; a
sister, Louise Clenney and
husband, Taft, of Chipley; a
brother, Billy Whittington
and wife, Joy, of Chipley;
an aunt; one uncle; three
granddaughters; one great-
granddaughter; extended
family Pat and Kathy
Turner of Frisco City, Ala.;
and numerous nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Funeral services were
held March 2 at First
Baptist Church in Chipley
with the Rev Mike Orr
officiating. Interment
followed at Shiloh
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

Washington
Graylin Washington and
his wife, Diana, all of
Chipley; three brothers,
Lonnie, Ronnie and Rick
Washington of Chipley;
five grandchildren; and a
host of other relatives and
friends.
A funeral service was
conducted Feb. 28 at
Jerusalem Baptist Church
in Chipley with the Revs.
Price Wilson, James
Johns, Larry Brown and
Obadiah White officiating.
Interment followed in
Southside Cemetery with
Cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.


Thomas G. Ferguson


Thomas G. Ferguson,
56, of Cottondale, died Feb.
28 at the Jackson Hospital.
He was born in Germany
and lived most of his life
in Jackson County, where
he worked for Lehigh
Furniture Company for
more than 24 years and
most recently with Mowry
Elevators.
His sister, Pat Seiber,


preceded him in death.
Survivors include two
sons, Marcus Ferguson
and wife, Kim, of Fort
Benning, Ga., and Eric
Ferguson of Cottondale;
and four grandchildren.
A private burial at
Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens was handled by
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.


sons, Pedro Camarillo
of Titusville and Paul
Harris of Cocoa Beach;
one sister, Chris Rose of
Moss Beach, Calif.; and one
granddaughter.
Memorialization
by cremation with
arrangements handled
by Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay.

Long
Long; two sisters, Cynthia
Copley and Laurie Sears; a
brother, Gary Cothern; and
her father, Steve Karpinski
of Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Kent-Forest Lawn of
Panama City was in charge
of arrangements.


Mary Eleanor Swilley
Folds Cason, 84, of
Graceville, died March
5 at the Campbellton-
Graceville Hospital.
She was born in High
Springs on April 29, 1924,
the daughter of Wallace
Hampton and Maude
Barber Swilley A 1940
graduate of High Spring
High School, she married
Albert E. Folds in 1944.
After his death, she
remarried Alfred G. Cason
in 1963. She was a long-
distance operator for many
years at the University of
Florida. She was a member
of the First Baptist Church
in High Springs, the FBC
in Bronson, Fleming Island
FBC and the First Baptist
in Graceville.
Her husbands, Albert
E. Folds and Alfred G.
Cason; one son, Wallace
Hampton Folds; and a
granddaughter, Kissy


Shelby Jean Carmouche
Stewart, 68, of Chipley,
died Feb. 27 in Dothan,
Ala. Stewart was born
April 5, 1940, in Chipley
to Johnnie and Ida B.
(Payne) Hutchins. She was
a member of Grace and
Glory Worship Center.
Survivors include her
mother, Ida B. Hutchins
of Chipley; two sons,
Alan West of Cottondale
and Glen Stewart of
Chipley; two daughters,

Gladys
Gladys Woerner
Hutchins, 88, of Chipley,
died Feb. 27 at Chipola
Nursing Pavilion in
Marianna. She was born
on June 14, 1920, in Noma
to Foy Carnley and Mary
Lewis.
She is preceded
in death by her two
husbands, Jimmy Woerner
and Joseph Hutchins;
four brothers, C.B. Lewis,
Aubra Carnley, Marshburn
Lewis and Earnest
Carnley; and four sisters,
Juanita Lewis, Rosa Lee
Thurman, Catherine
Ingram and Annie Ward.
Survivors include three


Marie Folds, preceded her
in death.
Survivors include three
sons, Albert Eugene Folds
and wife, Debbie, of North
Carolina, Timothy A. Folds
Sr. and wife, Melissa, of
Graceville and Terry L.
Cason and wife, Charity,
of Georgia; her daughter,
Nancy Davis and husband,
Larry, of Monroe, Ga.;
15 grandchildren; and 17
great-grandchildren.
A graveside service
was held March 9 at
the Bronson Cemetery
in Bronson with the
Rev Timothy A. Folds
Sr. officiating. Williams
Funeral Home of
Graceville was in charge of
arrangements.
In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made
to the "Team Bryce"
Jacksonville Chapter
of the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation.


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Catherine Morrell
Cox, 54, of Vernon, died
Feb. 28 at Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital in
Blountstown. She was born
Aug. 10, 1954, in DeFuniak
Springs to the late Cliff and
Audrey Russell Morrell.
She is survived by one
brother, Clifton Morrell and
wife, Christene, of Vernon;


one sister, Estelle M. Duck
and husband, Robert, of
West Bay; and several
nieces and nephews.
Graveside services
were held March 2 at
the Ebro Community
Cemetery with the Rev.
Wesley Hall officiating
and Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Tina Starling of Destin
and Diann Sanchez of
Maurepas, La.; sisters,
Sylvia Hutchins and Linda
Cumbaa, both of Chipley;
six grandchildren; and six
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
March 2 at the funeral
home chapel with the Rev.
Debbie Williams officiating.
Interment followed in the
Glenwood Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Hutchins
brothers, Joe Carnley and
wife, Sarah, and Broward
Carnley and wife, Donna,
all of Marianna, and
Cecil Carnley and wife,
Hazel, of Greenwood; one
sister, Marie Harrington
and husband, Matt, of
Altha; and several nieces,
nephews, cousins and
friends.
Funeral services
were held March 3 in the
funeral home chapel on
State 77 with the Rev.
Jerome Lewis officiating.
Interment followed in
Piney Grove Cemetery
with Brown Funeral Home
directing.


Community CALENDAR


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Chipley
Library open.
1-6 p.m.: Vernon Library
open.
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10 a.m.: Sunny Hills
Garden Club meets at the
Sunny Hills Community Center.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the public
every Wednesday from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Meetings are fourth
Wednesday at 2 p.m.
11 a.m.: The Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley has
senior lunches, For reservations
call 638-6217. Donations
accepted.
Noon: Bonifay Kiwanis
Club weekly meeting at Simbo's
Restaurant in Bonifay.
Noon: Chipley Woman's
Club meeting at club house.
1 p.m.: Line dancing,
Washington Council on Aging in
Chipley.
7 p.m.: Depression and
Bipolar Support Group meets at
First Baptist Church educational
annex building in Bonifay. Call
547-4397.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting at Ponce de
Leon Methodist Church on Main


Street in Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY, MARCH 12
CLOSED: Vernon Library.
8 a.m.: Holmes County
Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Chipley
Library open.
1-6 p.m.: Wausau Library
open.
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10:30: 11 a.m.: Chipley
Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.: The Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley has
senior lunches, For reservations
call 638-6217. Donations
accepted.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life
Assembly Fellowhship Hall,
Chipley.
5:30 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting at 1360
Foxworth Road in Chipley.
6-9 p.m.: GED prep classes
each Tuesday and Thursday at
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.: Wausau City Council
meeting at city hall.
6 p.m.: TOPS meeting at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, located
three miles north of Bonifay on
State 79.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Highway 2 in Holmes


County.
8 p.m.: Narcotics
Anonymous meeting at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in
Bonifay.

FRIDAY, MARCH 13
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Holmes
County Library open.
1-6 p.m.: Vernon Library
open
9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.:
Chipley Library open.
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and
socialization.
11 a.m.: The Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley has
senior lunches, For reservations
call 638-6217. Donations
accepted.
7 p.m.: Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; Children 12 and under
free with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveaways. Refreshments
available.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting at
Presbyterian Church in Chipley.

SATURDAY, MARCH 14
8 a.m. to noon: Holmes
County Library open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library,


Chipley Library, Vernon Library
7 p.m.: Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; Children 12 and under
free with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveaways. Refreshments
available.

SUNDAY, MARCH 15
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting in the
board room at Graceville:
Campbellton Hospital in
Graceville.

MONDAY, MARCH 16
CLOSED: Holmes County
Library, Wausau Library, Vernon
Library.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: The Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley has
senior lunches, For reservations
call 638-6217. Donations
accepted.
6-7:30 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 Ave., Apt. 1


in Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at
415-5999.
7 p.m.: Esther Masonic
Lodge 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located
on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.

TUESDAY, MARCH 17
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Chipley
Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Vernon
Library open.
1-6 p.m.: Wausau Library
open.
11 a.m.: The Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley has
senior lunches, For reservations
call 638-6217. Donations
accepted.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
5:30 p.m.: Chipley
Downtown Merchants
Association, 827 Main St.
6-9 p.m.: GED prep classes
each Tuesday and Thursday at
Washington: Holmes Technical
Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.: Holmes County
School Board meeting.
8 p.m.: Narcotics
Anonymous meeting at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting, First
Presbyterian Church, Chipley.


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Community BRIEFS


Arts calendar
The Washington County
Arts Council has released
its 2009 calendar of events.
All events are free and
open to the public.
March 26: Ribbon
Cutting and Spring Art
Show being hosted at
the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
office in Chipley from 10
a.m. until noon.
April 25: Second
Annual A Day In The Park
at Shivers Park in Chipley,
with something for all
ages. 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
June 27: Watermelon
Festival Art Show will
be at the Ag Center in
Chipley.
Dec. 5: Artists Market
Place at the Chipley
Merchants Downtown
Christmas Festival. This
daylong event will have
something for everyone in
the family.
Anyone interested in
joining the arts council is
invited to attend their next
meeting at 6 p.m. March
24 at the Chipley Library.
For more information,
visit www.washington
countyarts.org.

'Legends and Lore'
Festival
Bill Maphis, president


of Friends of Falling
Waters State, has
announced the sixth
annual Legends and Lore
Festival will be March 27-
28. Free admission from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. both days.
This heritage event,
directed toward education
of the youth and general
public, is an opportunity
to learn about the history,
legends, lore and crafts
that are a vital part of this
area's heritage.
Exhibitors and
volunteers are
encouraged to participate
in preserving and telling
the community's story
through crafts and
demonstrations.
March 27 is devoted
to area school children.
On March 28, the festival
suggests a donation
toward the support of the
event.
For full details on the
festival and information
about Friends of Falling
Waters State Park,
contact Maphis at 850-
638-8243 or visit www.
FriendsofFallingWaters.
org.

Local prisons hiring
certified officers
Although budget cuts
have slowed down the
hiring of non-certified


officers, there is still a
high demand for certified
officers in our area. The
Criminal Justice Program
at the Washington-Holmes
Technical Center will be
offering its Basic Recruit
Corrections Academy as
both day and night classes
beginning March 23.
To spread the cost
of the academy over
two semesters, WHTC
now offers a "pay by
the semester" option.
Both day and night
academies meet four days
a week, Monday through
Thursday, instead of
the traditional five-day
academies.
Students who
successfully complete the
training program will be
eligible to become Florida
certified correctional
officers with an average
starting salary of
approximately $30,000 a
year in this area.
For more information,
stop by the center or
call Greg Hutching,
Scott Curry or Brandon
Stevenson at 638-1180.

DH Recording Studio
to hold grand opening
DH Recording Studio
and Music Production
will take place April 4
in Caryville. Owners


Obituary

Allen B. Kelly


Allen B. Kelly, 61, of Vernon, died Feb. 11
at a local hospital. He was born in Bonifay
and lived in Vernon and Wewahitchka
for many years. He was a welder and a
member of Boilermakers Union No. 1435.
He attended Glad Tidings Assembly
of God in Wewa and enjoyed hunting and
fishing. Allen loved spending time with his
family.
His father, Wesley Alfred Kelly,
preceded him in death.
Survivors include his wife of 41 years,
Glenda Nell Kelly of Vernon; children,
Tammy Chance and her husband, Chip, of
Smith Station, Ala., Michelle Goodson and


her husband, David, of Wewa and Angela
White and her husband, Chip, of Smith
Station; his mother, Edna L. Kelly Casey
of Wausau; six grandchildren; two special
nieces; four brothers; one sister; and a host
of other nieces and nephews.
FRneral services were held Feb. 14 at
the Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church
with the Revs. Charles Pettis, Joey Smith
and Claude McGill officiating. Interment
followed at Roberts Cemetery with Kent-
Forest Lawn Funeral Home directing.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be
made to Covenant Hospice, 107 W 19th St.,
Panama City, FL 32405.


are Michael and
Amanda Dalton. DH
Recording Studio &
Music Production is on
the Washington/Holmes
County line on Hwy. 179.
As a grand opening
giveaway, five lucky
people will receive three
free hours of studio time
by submitting their names
and telephone numbers
via e-mail to dighrecord@
aol.com. Subject line
must include PRIZE
ENTRY. Entries also can
be mailed on a postcard
to DH Recording; Prize
Entry; PO. Box 675;
Vernon, FL 32462. Contact
Michael at 850-596-5109 or
dighrecord@aol.com for
more information.

Valentine's party
BONIFAY Dogwood Inn
held its annual Valentine's
party Feb. 13. It was


hosted by the Family Care
Group, Annette Boston,
Martha Brown, Francis
Howell, Alice Jacobs and
Mary Ann Leavins, who
provided great food.
Five Points Gospel
Group, Grant Carter, Don
Leavins, Aline Williamson,
Claire Bishop and Bill
Hewett provided the
entertainment.
Brandon Wilson was
crowned Valentine King,
and Rose Mary Moore
was Valentine Queen.

Ethridge/Etheridge
family reunion
The Ethridge/
Etheridge family of North
Florida will have its first
family reunion from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. CT March
21 in the old Frink School
Gymnasium building
at the "Panhandle


Pioneer Settlement" at
Sam B. Atkins Park in
Blountstown.
All descendants and
extended family are
encouraged to attend and
bring a covered dish of
their favorite Ethridge
recipe.
For more information,
contact Ellen (Ethridge)
Hulbert at 850-580-1901 or
at ellenhulbert@live.com.

Fly-In at Tri-County
Airport
BONIFAY The Emerald
Coast EAA Chapter 1464
Tri-County Aviation, LLC
southeast Alabama EAA
Chapter 351 will host the
6th Annual Experimental
Aircraft Fly-In from 7
a.m. to 4 p.m. March 21
at the Tri-County Airport
in Bonifay. For more
information, call 547-6519.


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR HOLMES
COUNTY FLORIDA,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT.
CASE NO. 08-446-CA
CAPITAL CITY BANK,
A Florida Banking Corpo-
ration,
Plaintiff,
-VS-
CHARLES T VOCELLE
and wife, LORI L.
VOCELLE,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CHARLES T.
VOCELLE 5100 SE 86TH
STREET, HAMPTION, FL
32044
LORI L. VOCELLE
5100 SE 86TH STREET
HAMPTION, FL 32044
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close on the following de-
scribed real property,
to-wit:
Tract 1: Commence at the
NE corner of NW of SW
I of Section 12, Township
4 North, Range 15 West,
Holmes County, Florida,
and run N8733'10"W
along the North line of said
NW '1 of SW '1 730 feet to
the Point of Beginning;
thence continue
N87 33'10"W along said
North line 594.64 feet to
the NW corner of NW /4 of
SW %; thence S044'32"W
along the West line of said
NW of SW 582.32
feet; thence S8733'10"E
600.91 feet, thence N
007'32"E 582.54 feet to
the point of beginning;
AND
Tract 2: Commence at the
NE corner of NW / of SW
1I of Section 12, Township


1100
4 North, Range 15 West,
Holmes County, Florida,
and run N8733'10"W
along the North line of said
NW /4 of SW /4 220 feet to
the point of beginning,
thence continue
N87 33'10"W along said
north line 510 feet; thence
S007'32"W 582.54 feet;
thence S8733'10E 510
feet, thence NO 07'32"E
582.54 feet to the point of
beginning.
has been filed against you,
and you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to
it, on GERALD HOLLEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is PO. Box
268, Chipley, Florida,
32428; and file the original
with the Clerk of the above
styled Court on or before
April 13, 2009; otherwise a
judgment may be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and
seal of said Court on
March 3, 2009.
CODY TAYLOR
Clerk of Court
By: Cindy Jackson
Deputy Clerk
As published in the
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser March
11, 18, 2009.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR HOLMES
COUNTY FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 08-477-CA
FARM CREDIT OF
NORTHWEST FLORIDA,
ACA,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
DOYLE W. MAJORS and
MARY MAJORS, if alive,
and if dead, their spouse,
their heirs, devisees, grant-
ees, creditors, and all
other parties claiming by,
through, under, or against
them; any unknown
spouse, heir, devisee,
grantee and creditors of
DOYLE MAJORS and
MARY MAJORS and all
other parties
claiming by, through, un-
der, or against him; and D
& R LOGGING,
INC., a Florida Corpora-
tion; and HOLMES
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
and all unknown natural


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persons if alive, and if
dead or not known to be
dead or alive, their several
and respective unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, and creditors, or
other parties claiming by,
through or under those un-
known natural persons;
and, the several and re-
spective unknown assigns,
successors in interest,
trustees or any other per-
son claiming by, through,
under or against any cor-
poration or other legal en-
tity named as defendant;
and all claimants, persons
or parties, natural or cor-
porate, or whose exact le-
gal status is unknown,
claiming under any of the
above named or described
defendants or parties or
claiming to have any right,
title, or interest in and to
the lands hereinafter de-
scribed .
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER
FS. CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that under
a final judgement dated
February 6, 2009 in Case
No. 08-477-CA of the Cir-
cult Court of the Four-
teenth Judicial Circuit in
and for Holmes County,
Florida, in which Farm
Credit of Northwest Flor-
ida, ACA in plaintiff and
DOYLE MAJORS and
MARY MAJORS are the
defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash in the lobby at the
North door of the Holmes
County Courthouse in
Holmes County, Florida at
11:00 AM on March 12,
2009, the following de-
scribed property set forth
in the Order of Final
Judgement:
PARCEL 1:
THE SW (1/4) OF THE SE
(1/4) OF SECTION 5,
TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH,
RANGE 16 WEST,
HOLMES COUNTY FLOR-
IDA, LESS: COMMENCE
AT THE SW CORNER OF
THE SW (1/4) OF SE (1/4),
SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 5
NORTH, RANGE 16
WEST, AND RUN EAST
800 FEET, MORE OR
LESS, TO THE INTER-
SECTION OF THE SOUTH
LINE OF SAID FORTYAND


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GRADED ROAD; THENCE
NORTH 700 FEET;
THENCE WEST 800 FEET,
MORE OR LESS, TO THE
WEST LINE OF SAID
FORTY; THENCE SOUTH
700 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
PARCEL 2:
THE NW (1/4) OF THE NE
/4 OF SECTION 8, TOWN-
SHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE
16 WEST, HOLMES
COUNTY FLORIDA, LESS
AND EXCEPT THAT PART
OF THE NW (1/4) OF NE
/4 LYING NORTH OF A
COUNTY GRADED ROAD.
THE NE (1/4) OF THE NE
(1/4) OF SECTION 8,
TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH,
RANGE 16 WEST, LESS A
360.00 FOOT BY 360.00
FOOT PARCEL IN THE
NW CORNER OF SAID NE
(1/4) OF NE (1/4), AND
LESS AND EXCEPT
COUNTY ROAD RIGHTS
OF WAY ALL LYING AND
BEING IN HOLMES
COUNTY FLORIDA.
PARCEL 3:
NW (1/4) OF THE SE (1/4)
AND N (1/2) OF THE SW
(1/4), SECTION 9, TOWN-
SHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE
16 WEST, HOLMES
COUNTY FLORIDA.
If this property is sold at
pubic auction, there may
be additional money from
the sale after payment of
persons who are entitled
to be paid from the sale
proceeds pursuant to this
Final Judgement. If you
are a subordinate
lienholder claiming a right
to funds remaining after
the sale, you must file a
claim with the Clerk no
later that sixty (60) days af-
ter the sale. If you fail to
file a claim, you will not be
entitled to any remaining
funds.
If you are the property
owner, you may claim
these funds yourself. You
are not required to have a
lawyer or any other repre-
sentation and you do not
have to assign your rights
to anyone else in order for
you to claim any money to
which you are entitled.
Please check with the
Clerk of the Court,


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there is additional money EASTERN DIESEL & Springs, FL, (850) terest of the citizens of Call now for details
from the foreclosure sale AUTO WRECKER SERV- 892-0225 upon the receipt Holmes County. and be noticed!
that the Clerk has in the ICE, INC. 2005 S WAUKE- of a non-refundable de- As published in the I 638-0212
regsry of the Court. Ifyou SHA BONIFAY FLAT 8:00 posit in the amount of Holmes County or
decide to sell your home A.M. ON March 25, 2009 $100.00 for one set. Times-Advertiser March 4, 547-9414
or hire someone to help FOR TOWING AND STOR- The Owner reserves the 11,2009.------
you claim the additional AGE. right to reject any and all
money, you should read V I N # bids, waive any formalities, Sealed Bids
very carefully all papers 4A3AJ56G3RE109651 and award in the best in- The Holmes County Board
you are required to sign, 94 Mits 4 DR terest of the City of Bon- of Commissioners will ac- 11
ask someone else, prefera- Phillip or Candice Brebels fay. The City of Bonifay is cept sealed bids for the
bly an attorney who is not 5255 S. Co. RD. 85 an Equal following: Catastrophic In- The Practice of
related to the person offer- Slocomb, AL Opportunity/Affirmative Ac- mate Medical Insurance. Maurice Marholin, D.O.
Ing to help you, to make EASTERN DIESEL AND tion Employer. All bids must be marked will be closing
sure that you understand AUTO WRECKER SERV- CITY OF BONIFAY "Catastrophic Inmate Med- Effective March 28,
what you are signing and ICE, INC. James E. Sims, Jr. ical Insurance" and sub- 2009.
that you are transferring As published in the Mayor mtted on the Bid Form Patients may acquire
your property or the equity Holmes County As published in the provided by the County their medical records
in your property without Times-Advertiser March Holmes County Commissioner Office, 201 by calling
the proper information. If 11,2009. Times-Advertiser March 4, N Oklahoma St, Bonifay, (850)415-8185
you cannot afford to pay 11, 2009.; FL 32425 no later than or come by the office
an attorney, you may con- REQUEST FOR BIDS 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, located at
tact Legal Services of Sealed Bids March 18, 2009 at which 1360 BrickyardRoad,
North Florida, Inc. Quincy The City of Bonifay will ac- time the bids will be Chipley, FL 32428.
Office (850) 875-9881, to cept sealed bids for Elec- The Holmes County Board opened in a Public Meet- Records will be retained
see if you qualify finan- trcal and Lighting Im- of Commissioners will ac- ing. Bid specifications and for years at the
clally for their services. If provements for the Bonifay cept sealed bids for the a bid form can be Northwest Florida
they cannot assist you, Recreational Center. following: Parking Lot downloaded online at Family HealthClinic
they may be able to refer Bids will be accepted at Striping/Sealing. All bids www. holmescountyfl.org located at
you to a local bar referral the City Hall located at 301 must be marked "Parking or may be picked up at the 1360 Brickyard Road.
agency or suggest other North Etheridge Street, Lot Strlping/Sealing" and Holmes County Board of
options. If you choose to Bonifay, FL 32425 until submitted on the Bid Form Commissioner's office.
contact Legal Services of 4:00 p.m. CST March 23, provided by the County Contact Sherry Fitzpatrick
North Florida, Inc. Quincy 2009. Bids will be opened Commissioner Office, 201 at 850-547-1119 for more
Office (850) 875-9881, for at the regular City Council N Oklahoma St, Bonifay, information. Holmes
assistance, you should do meeting which begins at FL 32425 no later than County is an Equal Op-
so as soon as possible af- 6:00 PM on March 23, 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, portunity Employer and re-
ter receipt of this notice. 2009. Bids shall be March 17, 2009 at which serves the right to accept
Dated 2/20/09 clearly marked on the out- time the bids will be or reject any or all bids it a
Cody Taylor side of the envelope, opened in a Public Meet- deems to be in the best in-
Clerk of Circuit Court "Sealed Bid- Bonifay Rec- ing. Bid specifications and terest of the citizens of PE &ANIMALS
By Diane Eaton rational Center Electr- a bid form can be Holmes County.
Deputy Clerk cal & Lighting Improve- downloaded online at As published in the
As published in the ments." Any bids received www. holmescountyfl.org Holmes County
Holmes County after 4:00 p.m. CST on the or may be picked up at the Times-Advertiser March 4, 2
Times-Advertiser March 4, above date will not be ac- Holmes County Board of 11,2009.
11,2009. cepted and will be re- Commissioner's office. For Sale. Red Nose Pit
turned unopened to the Contact Sherry Fitzpatnck Sot Advertising Bull puppies. Ready March
bidder, at 850-547-1119 for more Spots. Advertising $100 each.
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3100 | 3220
anted To Buy antiques, Furniture & Mattresses
)llectibles, gold, silver, Low, low, low overhead
nnerware, collections, guarantees low, low, low
paintings, call Al Schmldt prices. P&S Discount Fur-
50-638-7304 nature, Chipley. (Since
1973) 850-638-4311

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3110-Appliances u I I 3230
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130-Auctions Auction 4 Family yard sale:
3140 Baby Items Saturday, April 4th. Alane's Beauty Shop, 1602
J&J Carpentry & 3150 Building Su:00A.M. N Hwy. 81, (Pine Log),
C&C Bookkeeping and Handyman Services. For Rent first n Chipley, 310 Building Supplies Hwy231N., Lots of items, very nice
Tax Service. Open 5 days Decks, porches, mobile Mini Warehouses. If you Campbellton, Fl. dress clothes, 16 &16/2.
a week 8am to 5pm Call home repairs, interior trim. don't have the room, "We quipmet Selling: 2 Farm Friday & Saturday 13th &
(850)638-1483 Call 850-896-8119 or Do" Lamar Townsend 3170-Collectibles Dispersals, County, 14th. 8a.m. until.
638-8899. (850)638-4539, north of 3180- Computers City, Bank Repos, plus
Ask for James or John. Townsends. 3190 Electronics Consignments.
3200 Firewood Mason Auction & Sales 4-Family Yard Sale. We're
3210- Free Pass it On LLC #642. Spring Cleaning! All must
7 Mini Storage in Chipley. 3220 -Furniture 850-263-0473-Office go. Furniture, clothes,
All sizes for rent. We 3230 Garageard Sales 850-258-7652-Chad dishes, hand crocheted
ap = 1 furnish the lock. 850-849-0792-Gerald items and lots of misc. Sat-
Carpentry, pressure wash- (850)326-2399 3240 Guns8584072G rdt Ma c.S
ing, lawn care, patio &win- 3250 Good Things to Eat wwmasonauctonntl. urday, March 1604th A
Headliners and Vinyl dow re-screening. great 3260 Health & Fitness com proximately 14 mile east
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the rates. (850)638-4492 3270 Jewelry/Clothing of Bethlehem School. Fol-
work at your home or 3280- Machinery/ low signs. In case of rain,
workplace.Reasonable Equipment will be held following
rates on new vinyl tops 3290 Medical Equipment 3220weekend.
and auto carpeting. Free HOLMES UNLIMITED 3300 Miscellaneous 32
estimates. Call anytime, Light Truck/Tractor Work TREE SERVICE 3310 MusicalInstruments B&B Furniture 1342 North Bag Sale,Sr. Mary Franc
leave message. (850) Top Soil, Mushroom Com- Treats Trees Trmming -n & S hs/ B&B Furniture 1342 North Bag SaleSr. Mary Francis
leave message. (850) TopSo, Mushroom C Treats Trees, Trimming, 3320- Plants & Shrubs RR Avenue, Chipley. We Wate Rural Outreach,
638-7351 post, Rock, Sand andCy- Stump Grndng.No One Supplies pay cash for clean, quality March 11-13, Wednesday-
press Mulch. Pick up or Can Beat Our Prices.
delivered Call: 773-3349 or Licensed & Insured 3330 Restaurant/Hotel furniture. 850-557-0211 or Friday 9a.m. to 3p.m.,
850-570-3776. Free estimates. 3340 Sporting Goods 850-415-6866. Ask for March 14th, Saturday,
f Sod For Sale on the farm, John Holmes 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) Pasco or Carolyn 9a.m.-1p.m.
Af delivered or installed. Cen- 850-326-5351
tipede and 419 Bermuda. 850-428-9264. Cr"
West Florida Turf
(850)415 -0385; 8110 8110 o 8110
CALINA'S (850)638-4860. Estab-
Welcomes lished 1980
and Landscape Sevices. B&M Mower Repair &
Linda comes from the Mar- Reasonable rates. $35.00 Service. Quality work at a
anna SmartStyle Salon hour minimum 1 hour fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
She would like her old cus- charge. ery Available. Bill or Mary ,ARIA N N
tomers to visit her at Services include: (850)638-4492
Calina's. 838 5th St in Garden prep; Lawn care TO Y O TA D UR IN
Chipley. 638-1271. services; Flower Beds D UR Il
cleaned; Shrubs trimmed; Sewing Machine and \ ,.:
Minor to major tree uum Cleaner Repair, gi- --
trimming; Pressure wash- anteed service on
ing. No job too big or makes and models. F,.-.-
small. So give Thomas a estimates. Western Al ,.
call. Home, 638-1676. Cell, 216 N. Waukesha, Boni,.
556-0393. 547-3910


3230 3280 I 3300
r ook Sale Saturd-ay, For Sale: 20 HP Purchase your junk cars,
S3-21-09a, 8a.m. -2m Convert-A-Phase trucks and scrap metal.
SReasonable prices. Li- Convertsslngle phaseto 3 Free pick-up. Please Call
braryAnnex I phases $1500.00 call 850-326-6176.
.brary- nnx 547-1001 for details
ESTATE SALE. Wanted: Junk appli-
Inside/outside furniture, ances, lawn, golf carts,
appliances, too many to 3300 farm and garden equip-
list. For sale/rent/lease ment, for free. I will pick
3BR/2BA, 1,850 sq.ft For Sale: Fishto stocking up. Call 850-547-0088 or
home on 9.73 acres with 2 your pond or lake; cop- 850-326-5329
ponds. Call for more pernose, bluegill,
information/appointment to shellcracker, channel cat- Wanted: old satellite
see. 850-326-0461. fish, mosquito fish and dishes and related elec-
____grass carp (850)547-2215 tronics, for free, will pick
March 13th & 14th. I Bruce H. Powell will not up. Call 850-547-0088
8am-4pm. 2030 Yoopon be responsible for any
Lane. Turn on Son In Law debts made by anyone
Rd & follow to end. Nice else except myself as of
plus size ladies clothes, 3/2/2009. 3310
kitchen utensils, crock pot,
some tools, linens, STEEL LESSONS AVAILABLE:
what-nots & more. D S Limited space. Piano, Gul-
-BUILDINGS tar, Bass Drums, Banjo,
Multi-Family Yard Sale 5 Only 25x34, 30x44, Mandolin, Violin, Flute.
Saturday, March 14th from 40x54, 45x82, 80x150 Open Mon-Sat.
8am-Until. Located at 846 Must Move Now! Covington Music.
Hwy 277, Chipley. Come Wll Sell for Balance Downtown Chipley.
get a bargain. Owed/Free Delivery! 850-638-5050.
get a bargain. 1-800-211-9593 x80_______
STracker Work. Can do WANTED: PIANOS,
front end loader work; Hammond Organs, Gul-
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Book your Spring Vegeta- trees; digging stumps up. Basses, Drums, Band In-
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/ 4130 6140 6170 170 7100 7120 7150 8140
Other For Rent: 3BR/2BA, brick 2BR Mobile Home, good Circle J Mobile Home Business for Sale. Curves Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- 1990 GMC Van Dura,
home, $675. per month, location in Chipley. No Park in Chipley, 921 N 2nd 2.5 acres, 2002,4BR/2BA, for Woman. Out of town res on Buddy Rd. One 10 "Little Debbe" type. 18,000
Mystery Shoppers, get Call 850-547-3542 Pets. 850-638-4640. St.; & Graceville 5262 Ala- doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft, owner Motivated to sell fit- acres & One 13 acres on miles on rebuilt engine.
Said to shop! Retail/dining bama St. 2&3/BR units for totally renovated, paved ness franchise with work- Gainer Rd. Owner financ- Many new parts. Service
establishments need un- House for Rent/Sale. 2BR/11/2BA Large Trailer rent, starting @ $350 per road, frontage, 1 mile from out equipment & office ing For more info call Mil- regularly. Make offer.
PL S-.E derercover clients to judge 3BR/2BA, bonus room, furnished. Out side city month. For info call Bonifay and 1-10. $79,900. supplies. 100 + members, ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. 638-2560.
quality customer service. jacuzzi, green house, stor- limits. Smoke free environ- 850-260-3026 850-956-2642 $15,000. in Chipley
Banking Earn up to $150. a day age rooms & barn. $700 ment. No pets. $450 For Rent, 2BR mobile 850-377-9845. Email;
SCall (888)-523-1013. month plus $400 deposit, month plus deposit. homew/window C. Call galaga23@hotmal.com
pl ,home indow A/C. Call galaga23@hotmal.com .TgMhM W
SLOCAL FINANCIAL I 6388804. 6381272. 535-2657. 426 2nd St., Chipley. Offer expired End of March 7160
INSTITUTION 2/3BR, 2BA like brand Chipley; 4 acres w/2005 8
Is now accepting /2BR/1BA MH for rent. For Rent: 2BA1BA mo- new, beautiful lot w/pond Commercial Building in 3BR/2BA Single Wide MH, FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
applications for a highly / jl $400 month, 5 miles bile home, country setting, on 3 acres. Only 45 mins. Chipley with beer license, pole barn & workshop. GSX R-1000. After market
motivated individual South of Chipley central heat & air. $400. to Panama City Beach. block from 90. Walk to Perfect for small family. paint job. Minor scratches.
possessing loan House for rent: 2 BD/1 BA 3BR/1.5BA. $450 includes month. Call 850-547-3969 Owner may finance or give Hwy 77. $60,000. A.J. Re- 770-861-2578. Mileage, 12,900. Price,
administration, teller home in country setting water. Chipley city limits or 850-547-9196 $10,000 cash back. alty & Referrals. 638-3514. $5,500.
and bookkeeping just outside of Chipley. No HUD2 approved or Rent R/A mobile $139,900. OBO. Lowered \ 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFI.
experience. REAL inside pets. $450 850-260-9795. For Rent: 2BR/2BA mobile snorkeled with r0
experience home, northofWestvlle 50K.(314) 346-3303. Snorkeled with gorilla
experience, ter 5 pm 547-4006. 2BR/2BA 16' Wide on on Hwy. 179-A. No pets ortires. After market
experience, large lot in country in Phone 850-956-1220 or 710utchkt. Radiator moved.
professionalism canid Washington County New 850-956-2470 3BR/1BA Brick Home for 11 + acres, partly Ri.t $ 00or m a
Strong customer service Publisher's Hope area. $500 a month, Mobile Home for rent; sale. Very well kept. cleared w2 homestes, 2 (850)258-0096 for more
skills are required. 6100 Notice $300 deposit. 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and Fenced yard, laundry miles south of 1-10, Hwy. info.
Salary wll bel .8,nh 2BR/2BA, water/sewer androoR.c$3portfireplace.R n f
commensra w i be Executive Office Space 850-918-7876 or 535-0665. lawn serroom, carport, fireplace.. 81, Shu ll Rd $35 000 E
commensurate with for rent downtown Chipley All real estate advertising in miles east of Vernon on P- $109,000. Call 638-2165. 850-849-5280 Anytime
education and 638-1918 this newspaper is subject to 3BR/2BA Mobile Home in oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or 8100 Antique & Collectibles : -
experience. Excellent i the Fair Housing Act which Chipley. 1 block from ele- 4 By Owner 682 wooded R. 8t-9cD Cars m_
benefit package. Office space for lease, makes it illegal to advertise mentary school. W/D 325233 9224, or NeOwner; 6.82 woded 8120Sporls ityVehicles 8210
r850638-7315. New Home in Chipley. acres, high and dry at the 130- Trucks
(EOE)1240 S Blvd (Corner of "any preference, lmitation hook-up. No pets. $475 with additional 50x150 lot. corner of Holmes Road 8140 ans
Qualified applicants, S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, or discrimination based on month plus deposit. Mobile Homes for rent in 100% financing and get a and Seth Road, south of 150- Commercial
please send resumes $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 race, color, religion, sex, 638-0560. Cottondale on Sapp Road, $15,000 cash tax credit. Prosperity, $20,000. or 8160 Motorcycles
with references and offices, 1 reception, 1 handicap, familial status or 8 miles east of Chipley. 3 Price $105,000. $2,500. down $158. 8170 -Auo Parts
S reqreensocennationa orgin, or an nen 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from br, 2 ba, and 2br, 2 ba, 850-535-0711 or per-month. Call Richard@ 821 o Lhurs Open
lRO. Bo 610, Chipley,tsto hah wood, pfrs.i eenc, limakeanysuchpref- Bonifay Elem School. On available. Total electric. 850-258-6018. 850-547-2637 8220- Peona Watercraft Fisherman Boat
RO. Box 610, Chipley, lot, hardwood firs. erence, limitation or dis-
FL 32428. 407-616-6890 crimination" Familial status Hwy 177A, entrance to (850)258-4868 or 209-8847 8230 Sailboats
Deadline Friday, includes children under the mobile home park. Call www.charloscountryliv- 8240 Boat & Marine 34' 1983
March 13, 2009 Office Space for rent in age of 18 living with parents 547-3746. Ing.com ETTIE' S COUNTRY R ALTY Supplies Twin 8.2 Detroit Die-
____~ __ Dunn Building, 3 private or legal custodians, preg- 8310-Aircraft/Aviation sels, Fly Bridge, Out
offices, carpet, heat/air, nant women and people se- 3BR/2BA DW. Rear porch, nit BETTIEL.SLAY, BROKER 8320 ATV/OffRoad Vehicles Riggers, Diesel Genera-
S0 BETTER L. SLAY, BROKER 3- CaOpers & Trailers
General 2nd floor, privacy. $350. cung custody of children shed & new carpet. Quiet / country (Florida & Alabama) c Traers tor (new), full cabin,
Call Dutch 850-579-2821. understating. Orange 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425 MotGalley, Trim Tabs, Bait
Tri-County Community This newspaper will not $500 amount. C 2 E. Nt nif i 3 Station, Platform with
Council, Inc. I.. S5 knowingly accept any ad- 850-590-3479 or(850)547-3510 ladder, Bottom and
is accepting 4vertlslng for real estate 850-894-0265. (
i ccptingvertsn for rel estate 6110 s n v________oln of 2 CITY LOTS LARGE POLE BARN-WOOD FENCING-29,900---2 BR HOME OR 8110 Zinc's good. Runs
applications for a Visita wics in violatioarehereby BR/2BA w/large addition OFFICE BUILDING OWNER FINANCING REDUCED-$129,000---3 BR HOME ON 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2 Good! Will Trade! Ask-
onSpecialist artmnt n Cheadersarehereby LARGELOTESTOREDUCED-$79,900---INTOWN3BR2BAHOME-$119,900---3 door reencolor sunroof ing $39,000 OBO At
(approximately 20 hrs atnt informed that all dwellings on 2 acres, fenced 2stor- E BR 2 BA BRICK-2 AC-POOL-BARNS-REDUCED-$195,000-5 ACRES 4 BR 3 BA Panama City Marina slip
e ley. Good location. No advertised in this newspa- age buildings. Smoke free BRICK-POOLSHOP-POND-$299,900---3BR 2BAHOME ON 4 ACRES-$89,900- cool air. Good Condition. Ci- 0
week) pets. 638-4640. per are available on a equal environment, no pets 7100 Homes -15 ACRES LAND NO RESTRICTIONS-$45,000---5 ACRES WITH 2 HOMES $3,000.00 Call 603. Call 8508719300
for Washington County. opportunity basis. To com- $600 month plus deposit. 7110-Beach Home/ COTTONDALE AREA-$175,900---NICE 2 BR FISH CAMP HOME SHELL POINT 850-547-2017 or 850-258-0996
SUMMARY OF 2BR/11/%BA two-story Apt plain of discrimination call Call 850-2582086. Property REDUCED-$59,900---LARGE BUILDING LOT YOOPON ESTATES-$29,900---
DUTIES: for rent. No pets. 638-1918 HUD toll-free atCal802806 7120 Commercial COMMERICAL OFFICE BUILDING HWY 79 -REDUCED-$175000---10 ACRES
Observe families during or 852585521 8006699777. The 7130 Condo/Townhouse LAND-$55,000---18+AC LARGE FISH POND BARN SEPTIC -REDUCED-$129,000-
ObservorFOR RENT Nice BR/1BA 7140 Farms anhs 6.87 AC VACANT LAND- 2,900 ---FSH CAMP ON 3 LOTS- 85500--15+
supervised visitation tollfree number for the on 13/4 acresWau 7150- Lots and Acrea AC-3 BR 2 BA HOME HORSE BARNS PASTURE KENNELS OWNER FINANCING 8130 COMPLETE PACKAGES
and compile reports. 2/One Bedroom Apart- hearing impaired is MH on 1-34 acres, Wau- 71 LotsandAcreage REDUCED-$199,900---3 BR 2.5 BA NEWER HOME DWL-$254,900---1 ACRE
UALIFICATIONS: ments, upstairs anyone 1009279275 sau, gated, long private 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots PAVED ROAD-22,000---4 BR 2 BA HOE N TOWN-89,90012 ACRES For Sale: 1982 FROM4,995
UALIFICATINS. me upstairs a one drive, new central ac, 7170-Waterfront CHIPLEY AREA-REDUCED-$59,900---3 BR2 BA HOME LARGE LOT IN SLOCOB, Chevy/LWB, V-8, auto, AIWelded, IAluminum Boats
High School Diploma downstairs, $425.00 month stove & fridge. Rent $450, 7180 Investment AL-$79,900---3BRBRICKHOMELARGELOTREDUCED-$89,000LOTHWY77 new transmission solid BOAT SHOW FRI. & SAT.
(GED); 1-3 months in Bonifay. Water, sewer, Deposit $500, 1 r 719 o Town CHIPLEY-$14,900-FISH CAMP ON RIVER 2 DWELLINGS VERNON-$199,900 motor, tool box. $1500. BonifayFlonda
reed experience gara pikup included. lease. #814-8444 or Real Estate WE GET REUL NATIONAL M OBO 850-527-3741,7 a.m. www.xtremeindustries.com
and/or training; or Call 850-547-5244 P rorU49696 7200 Timeshare
of education and For Rent: Bright 2BR/2BA
experience, screened porch apart-
REQUIREMENTS: meant. Non Smoker, 1 i
Current drivers license small pet, references 1 10 110 110 81 0 8110 8 110 110
and proper vehicle 850-547-3494 or
insurance. Must be 850-532-2177
willing to comply with
background/health LARGE 3BR/1 BA over 960
DRUG AND sq. ft. $650, S/D $400.. d /de
Appica tons may be venient location. Rent in- NO
obtained from any eludes stove, refrigerator,
Tn-County Community city water, sewer, garbage. CHP
Council Office and Sorry no pets or HUD.
submitted by 850-638-3306.
Monday, March 16, RIDGEWOOD CHIPOLA
2009, at 4:30 p.m. APARTMENTS
For information and an 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay
application, call Efficiency, 1/bdrm and 2
Sharon Kent, bdrm, Clean, safe, afford-
(850) 547-3689. DETAILS (850)557-7732
Successful applicant will cln Ns
be subject to
pre-employmentD rv oe*
drug test. 6 140
rer.K.SOnlyzquahlied D r v 6140 o n ac sd.County
applicants will be 1BR House. Appliances,
considered, water, sewer, garbage fur-
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY nshed. Suitable for future D riv e n e. N & Us u Cent2er9
EMPLOYER AND adult. No pets.
DRUG AND SMOKE $500/month, $300/deposlt.
FREE WORKPLACE. 850-326-2920. 1219
Woodrow Ave.
-Healthcare -1--- 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets.
Hatce$400 month, 1st, and last
month. Deposit required. 05 FORD TAURUS SEL 07 FORD TAURUS SE
Interim Healthcare I (850)-326-2412. 8 miles pkg tiltcruise, 7
has an immediate onifayIoys
I opening for an LPN in I South Bonlay allys
S the Bonifay area. I 2BR/1BA House for rent. P3014 06 NISSAN ALTIMA S -
Please call I Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off power pkg., tilt, cruise, CD, 8276A ....................................... $10,995
850-482-2770 Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 06 MERCURY MILAN -
or stop by I for info. .. tilt, cruise, CD, R3052 ....................................... $ 11,99 5
I 4306 5th Ave., I 06 F' F
Marianna. 2BR/2BA House for rent in 06 FORD FIVE HUNDRED LIMITED -
16 Chipley. Two story with i. 'l :.. late control, super nice, 8223A .......................... $11,995 995
basement on Blue Lake. 6 08 CHEVY MALIBU LT -$
Local Title Company Acres land. Rents for 6999
seeking Experienced $1000 per month with powerpkg.,tilt, cruise, CD, P3016....................................... ,
Real Estate Title Re- $1000 security deposit. 08 MERCURY MARUUIS LS -
searcher. Fax resume Readyfor immediateoccu- 07 FORD FOCUS SE leather, only 1 at this price, only 15k mile, R3031 ................ $14,995 D TAURUS SEL
to 850 547-9597 or call pancy. Progressive Realty, 0,
850-547-2025 for more 638-8220. 8 FORD MUSTANG PREMIUM -
info. ,"' V6, power pkg., spoiler, low miles, P3017 ............................$15,995 1 i995i -
3BR/1BA Brick home for
rent. Including W/D hook ___,__._"______:_....____.'_.....
Restaurant up, fenced yard, smokeT C..
free environment, no pets. s.. .. keypad E
Now Hiring. Cooks & $700/mo. Call 06 PONTIAC MONTANA VAN alloy
servers. K.C.'S Pizza & 850-638-2165. A2nd row captain's chairs, only 18k miles, 8311A ................. $11,995 P301,,
Grill. Apply in person. 684 3BR/2BA House. Sunny 05FORDF-i50OXLTSUPERCREW UX2-
7th St., Chlpley. Hills area. $600/deposlt, c C$
$750/month. Call power pkg., tilt, cruise, CD, 9135B....................................... 12,995
Single father looking for 850-527-6262. l -05 FORD E- 350 CUTAWAY-
Live-In Nanny 1 school 3BR/BAHomeinBonifay 07 MAZDA 3 ... 17,995. 03 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER EXT LT
age child. Must be for/A it $ aonia 07 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC LIMITED -
NON-SMOKER and for rent. $550 month,
NON-DRINKER. Must have $400 security Ca.
references. Call to set up 850-547-1001 07 FORD F-150 XLT SUPER CREW 4X2 -
interview 850-547-1001 3BR/2BA House for rent. '- S22,995
No pets. Application 06 FORD EXPEDITION LIMITED -
Wanted: Teacher with 40 needed. Call 638-1918. 23,99
hour certification to work in 06 DODGE D-3500 MEGA CAB -
1 & 2 Year old class. S24,995
850-547-1444 4100 0 D 06 FORD F-150 FX-4 SUPER CREW 4X4 F0RM
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