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Title: Holmes County times-advertiser
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Language: English
Publisher: Florida Freedom Newspapers Inc.
Place of Publication: Bonifay, FL
Publication Date: April 15, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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Wednesday, APRILl15, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com Volu me 119, Num ber 1 50(


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY A dispute has arisen
over the Holmes County beauty
pageant that selects a miss and
little miss representative for the
National Peanut Festival in Do-
than, Ala. A new group has been
awarded the franchise for 2009
and the former franchise holders
were at the Holmes County Board
of County Commissioners Tues-
day morning.
Wanda Langford, Bernyce
Wilmont and Jacquelyn Don were
on hand to tell the Board that new
franchise holders Amanda Hick-


man and Christi Powell "went
behind their backs" to obtain the
franchise that is awarded by the
National Peanut Festival Associa-
tion.
Hickman and Powell came to
the Board earlier seeking support
for their efforts, and the Peanut
Festival sought a recommenda-
tion from the Board on who should
hold the franchise. On March 18
the Board sent a letter to the Pea-
nut Festival authorizing Hickman
and Powell as the new pageant
sponsors.
The discussion before the
Board included dispute over
whether Langford and Wilmont
met the terms to retain their fran-


chise, whether the letter from the
Peanut Festival accurately rep-
resented their relations with the
festival, and rights to the name
"Holmes County". Wilmont said
the latter was the most important
thing to her.
The Board voted 3-2 against
sending a new letter to the festival
stating that the Board had acted
without knowing all the facts and
that members would take no stand
on which organization should rep-
resent Holmes County, leaving it
to the festival alone to make that
decision.
The pageant is scheduled for
May 2 at the Holmes County Ag
Center. See Page A4 for more in-


formation.
In other business, the Board:
*Held a public hearing and ap-
proved the LHAP resolution by a
4-1 vote with Commissioner Jim
King opposing
*Heard from grant writer Bob
Jones that it would be necessary
to advertise and hold a public
meeting involving the application
for a USDA grant of up to $90,000
for the new Gritney fire house. Es-
timated cost of the new building
is $252,250 and funding includes
a Community Development Block
Grant.
*Awarded the asphalt bid to
low bidder C.W. Roberts after re-
view of the bid.



(Ice) now a


Stable for

meth users

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY Several re-
cent arrests for possession
and sale of a pure form of
methamphetamine known
as 'ice' highlight the grow-
ing popularity of this form
of the highly addictive drug.
Officers recently discussed
the spread of ice throughout
the area.
"It's a lot cleaner form,"
said Holmes County Sheriff
Tim Brown. The ephedrine
in ice is not processed from
prescription or over-the-
counter medicines.
"It's like a distilling pro-
cess, irnodwn said. "T ere

in its pure form." The drug is
clear like rock salt
There have been several
arrests involving ice, includ-
ing:
*Melinda Kaye Dansby
of Chipley for possession of
ice.
*Kristy Lynn Harris of
Bonifay for trafficking in
controlled substance (ice).
*y Twillegal immigrants,
Elicio Rodriguez and Joel
Pineda of Bascomb for traf-
ficking in controlled sub-
stance (ice).
"It's the trend," said Hol-
mes County Chief Deputy
John Braxton, Jr. Mexico
appears to be the source for
the ice coming to the area.
One of the recent arrests in-
l omandd nllas traffrkn in
jects listed above said she
bt obtained ice from Mexican
sources.
,"The increase of ice could
'u be the result of a law that
li- works. "The crackdown on
rs pseudoephedrine is pretty
ly effective," Tommy Ford of
n the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement said.
re Under that law products
ty containing ephedrine, the
e-precursor for methamphet-
amine, are kept behind the
See ICE A8


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.0cal man killed in
accident
According to a Flori-
da Highway Patrol Ted-
dy Jeremy Shiver, 26, of
Bonifay was fatally in-
jured on April 12 around
1:30 a.m.
The FHP report
states that Shiver was
traveling east on High-
way 90 when the 2001
Mercury van he was
driving traveled past the

line into the westbound
lane and continued onto
th north s oulde hif'

rotated clockwise as the
driver tried to regain
control. The van contin-
ued into the tree line,
striking a large tree with
the driver's door area.
The tree was uprooted
as the vehicle contin-
ued to rotate, striking
a second tree with the
right side and forcing
the driver out through
the right rear passenger
window. Shiver was not
wearing a seat belt. He
was pronounced dead at
the scene.



IN SID E

4-H Fishing Derby
The fifth installment
of the annual event
is scheduled to take
place April I8 at the
pond on the Holmes
County Fairgrounds.
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In UGtial0
familY
Hazel Wells looks at
someone who added
much to the family
in this week's Happy
Corner.
AS

Florida Freedom
(lssic
Bo s and girls teams
from the east and
west faced off on
Saturday.


Young filmmakers from Holmes County and Bethlehem high schools were honored at the recent School
Board meeting. More coverage online at bonifaynow.com.


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BONIFAY -- Tea~ms from Hollmesd Ccunt\ and
BEtthle~hem hlgh schoo~ls rtcen~ltly. \isited( A-tlan1ta
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(EllLIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY The Bonifay City
Council recognized the success
of the recent Bonifay Downtown
Down Home Festival during their
regularly scheduled meeting on
April 13.
"The Down Home Festival was
a magnificent success," said Mayor
Eddie Sims. "I believe this is some-
thing that our city should be very,
very proud of."


With the success of the festival
was the successful fundraising for
the Bonifay Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, Bonifay Police Auxiliary and
Doctors Memorial Hospital Auxil-
iary.
Accepting a check of $3,000 for
the Bonifay Fire Department was
Fire Chief Shay McCormick; ac-
cepting a check of $500 for the
Bonifay Police Auxiliary was Police
Chief Chris Wells; and accepting a
check of $736.31 for the Doctors Me-
morial Hospital Auxiliary was Judy
Boswell.


"There is always some doul
when it comes to these kind (
events actually happening here
said McCormick. "But when yo
seen the amount of work and ded
cation that these ladies [organizer
of the event] put into it and the wa
it took on a life of it's own, all I ca
say is that I'm still amazed."
The Council also discussed th
recent assessment of the new cil
well by Donald Smith Inc. repr
sentative Mel Dotson.

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Easter Egg-stravaganza
Page A6


Dispute over Holmes countyy pageant at BO(( meeting


COUnci Feo(gniZeS SU((OSS of Down Home Festiva


INDEX
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Extra .................................Page B1
(lassifieds ........................Page B10

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Holmes County Times-Advertiser | A3


This information is a
matter ofpublic record and
was taken from the Holmes
County Courthouse docket
for 4-01-2009. The following
individuals were sched-
uled to appear:
Felony Pre'Ik~ial
Mark Jay Ashcroft: bur-
glary and unlawful access
to computer system; con-
tinued to 6/10.
Catherine Willard
Brooks: aggravated assault
with deadly weapon, pos-
session of marijuana; con-
tinued to 6/10.
Devlone Lenard Brown:
possession of cocaine, driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked (2 counts), de-
livery of a controlled sub-
stance; continued to 4/24.
Wayne Ray Brownell:
aggravated assault; contin-
ued to 6/10.
Joshua David Burkhead:
utteringaforgedinstrument
(2 counts), manufacture of
controlled substance; con-
tinued to 4/24.
Cory Mitchell Burns:
fraudulent use of credit
card (2 counts), forgery;
continued to 6/10.
Nicholas S. Cassidy:
grand theft auto; failure to
appear, capias, no bond.
Ronald Eugene Crutch-
field: possession of con-
trolled substance, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia;
withdrew not guilty, pled
nolo contendre; sentenced
to three years probation,
$1645 in fines, 150 hours
community service, ran-
dom UAs, 85 days in county
jail with 85 days credit.
Dewey N. Denton: driv-
ing under the influence,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; contin-
ued to 6/10.
Joseph Lee Dickson:
sale or delivery of controlled
substance, possession of
controlled substance; con-
tinued to 6/10.
Anthony Michael Diful-
genitz: battery on law en-
forcement officer, EMT,
firefighter, etc., aggravated


assault with deadly weap-
on, criminal mischief (2
counts), battery, petit theft,;
continued to 6/10.
Lisa Ann Ditto: grand
theft; continued to 6/10.
Donald Howard Dixon:
possession of controlled
substance, possession of
chemicals, possession or
use of drug paraphernalia;
continued to 6/10.
Veronica Lee Dunsmore:
grand theft; withdrew not
guilty, pled nolo contendre;
adjudicated guilty; sen-
tenced to five years proba-
tion with early termination
after 30 months if success-
ful, $1429 in fines plus res-
titution, 150 hours commu-
nity service, no contact with
victim.
Johnny Pascal Duren
Jr.:drivingunderthe influ-
ence, driving while license
suspended or revoked, re-
fusal to submit to breath
test; continued 6/10.
Gary Edward Edelstein:
possession of controlled
substance, possession of
marijuana and possession
of drug paraphernalia fail-
ure to appear/capias, bond-
sperson appeared hold to
be placed, defendant in jail.
Melinda Louise Griggs:
withdrew not guilty, pled
nolo contendre; adjudica-
tion withheld; sentenced
to three years probation
with early term after 18
months if successful, 150
hours community service,
random UAs.
Jessica Renee Guil-
lemette: possession of
controlled substance, con-
spiracy to introduce con-
traband in state institution;
attorney withdrew; contin-
ued to 6/10.
Julio Cesar Gutier-
rezward III: possession of
controlled substance with
intent to sell, possession of
drug paraphernalia; con-
tinued to 4/24.
Stacy Glen Holmes:
fleeing or attempting to
elude police, driving while
license suspended or re-


voked, possession of mari-
juana; withdrew not guilty;
adjudication withheld;
sentenced to six months
in county corrections with
42 months probation, $1770
in fines, 150 hours commu-
nity service, drivers license
suspended two years, ran-
dom UAs.
Joe Bruce Jenkins: bur-
glary of dwelling, grand
theft, criminal mischief;
continued.
Ray Johnson: driving
under the influence, driving
while license suspended,
refusal to submit to breath
test; continued to 4/22.
'It~avis Todd Johnson:
grand theft, dealing in sto-
len property; continued to
4/24.
Charles Lorenzo Lee:
principal to sale of crack
cocaine; continued.
Logan Mario Lee: sex
offense against child; con-
tinued to 6/10.
Thomas Luebano: sale,
manufacture, deliver can-
nabis, possession of drug
paraphernalia; Pretrial
4/15 -'It~ial 4/24.
Lavitra Neilene McDon-
ald: burglary of structure,
possession of controlled
substance, possession of
drug paraphernalia; with-
drew not guilty, pled nolo
contendre; adjudication
withheld; sentence to three
years probation, $1770
fines, 150 hours community
service with 10 hours cred-
it for each section of GED
completed, 90 days in HCJ
with 90 days credit, random
UAs.
Samuel Allen Melvin:
burglary of conveyance (2
counts), grand theft auto,
grand theft, burglary of
structure; withdrew not
guilty, pled nolo conten-
dre; adjudicated guilty;
sentenced to three years
probation, with first in HCJ
credit for time served, total
fines and costs plus restitu-
tion, letters of apology, ran-
dom UAs, 150 hours com-
munity service.


Priscilla Dusty Mims:
interfere with custody; re-
leased on own recognizant,
no contact with victim; Pre-
trial 6/10.
Ashley Nicole Moss:
burglary of dwelling, grand
theft; withdrew not guilty,
pled nolo contendre; adju-
dicated guilty; sentenced
to two years department of
corrections, with two years
probation, if fines paid be-
fore probation begins-no
probation after prison, 100
days credit, $1645 n fines
plus restitution, no contact
with victim, random UAs.
Donald Lee Owen: flee-
ing attempting to elude po-
lice, driving under the influ-


ence, driving while license
suspended or revoked;
withdrew not guilty; adjudi-
cation withheld; sentenced
to four years probation,
early term after two years
if successful, $1560 fines,
random UAs, letter of apol-
ogy, 150 hours community
service.
Charles Ray Owens Jr.:
grand theft; continued to
6/10.
Rudolph Jamarion Pea-
cock: sale or delivery of con-
trolled substance; withdrew
not guilty; adjudication with-
held; sentenced to modified
probation of five years with
first 90 days in HCH, $1520
fines, 150 hours community


service, random UAs, pub-
lic apology.
Patrick Eugene Rob-
in son: burglary of dwell-
ing (4 counts), grand theft
(4 counts) withdrew not
guilty; adjudicated guilty;
sentenced to two years
department of corrections
with two years probation,
youthful offender, total fines
and costs plus restitution,
150 hours community ser-
vice, random UAs, letters of
apology.
Daniel Michael Rowe Jr.:
possession of child pornog-
raphy (5 counts); continued
to 6/10.

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Holmes County Arrest Report
for the week of April 3 13, 2009
Rachel Lea Anderson: 26, of
Chipley, violation of probation on
conspiracy to commit murder,
tampering with a witness,
grand theft and conspiracy to
tampering with a witness.
Pamela Ann Beck: 36,
of Mary Esther, violation of
probation on passing worthless
checks.
Jonathan Cesar Brito: 20, of
Bonifay, fleeing and attempting
to elude law enforcement officer
and willful and wanton reckless
driving.
M/atthew D. Curry: 30 of
Plant City, county ordinance
violation
M/elinda Kaye Dansby: 36 of


Graceville, possession of meth
and violation of probation on
forgery (3 counts).
Tbny Rudolph Dean: 47,
of Bonifay, aggravated battery
and violation of probation on
possession of meth.
Steven Charles Ditto: 22, of
Bonifay, violation of probation on
improper exhibition of a firearm.
Vernita French: 23, of
Chipley, tampering with witness,
possession of weapon discharge
firearm in public and conspiracy
to tamper with witness.
James Wendom Harris: 42,
of Bonifay, driving while license
suspended or revoked, refusal
to summit and driving under
influence.
Kimberly Hougland: 43, of


Ponce de Leon, child support.
David Jorrel Leach: 27,
of Orange Park, driving while
license suspended or revoked
(habitual) .
Kathy Lynn M/oon: 24, of
Bonifay, domestic violence
assault.
Thomas Jason M/usic: 35, of
Bonifay, grand theft and burglary
of dwelling or structure.
William Cecil Roche: 34, of
Bonifay, violation of probation on
driving under influence.
Stephanie Lynn Simmons:
20, of Chipley, grand theft,
tampering with witness,
conspiracy to tamper with a
witness and false reports to law
enforcement.
Billy Wayne Smith: 31, of


Bonifay, possession of meth.
Larry Russell Testson: 32,
of Westville, child support.
David Justin Tice: 18, of
Bonifay, disorderly intoxication
and battery on medical staff.
Steven Lamar Watford:
26, of Bonifay, fleeing and
attempting elude law
enforcement officer, willful
and wanton reckless driving,
driving while license suspended
or revoked, felony battery and
violation of probation on battery.
George Tex West: 71, of
Westville, aggravated assault
with a firearm.
M/itchell Lee Williamson:
46, of Bonifay, violation of
probation on battery and retail
theft.


4-H Fishing Derby
Set for April 18
The fifth annual 4-H
Fishing Derby is sched-
uled for Saturday April 18
at The Pond in the Holm-
es County Fairgrounds.
The Pond is closed to the
public all year, except on
the day of the Fishing
Derby.
Donations are be-
ing sought for the Fifth
Annual 4-H Fishing
Derby, a collaborative
effort between the Hol-
mes County 4-H Council,
Florida Fish and Wildlife
commission, Holmes
County Fair Association,
and the Holmes County


Board of Commissioners
Parks and Recreation
Department to provide
an outdoor recreational
experience that involves
fishing and various out-
door activities at the Hol-
mes County Fairgrounds
complex.
The event is an orga-
nized morning of out-
door family recreation,
provided atNO COST to
the participants, yet the
memories CREATED...
PRICELESS! Exhibits
will be set up to stress
Recycling and Anti-Litter
efforts, Anti-Drug (CASE
coalition), Abstinence,
Fire Safety, Animal Edu-
cation, etc. Teen Chal-


lenge and West Florida
Wilderness Institute are
always invited to attend/
fish/help.
Your tax-deductible
donations will go to pur-
chase trophies, partici-
pant ribbons, door prizes
and refreshments.
Profits will go to
support the follow-
ing 4-H programs: 4-H
Youth Summer Camp
Timpoochee Scholar-
ships; Holmes County
4-H Shooting Sports Pro-
gram; 4-H Legislative
Week (Tallahassee) and
4-H Sponsored School
Programs.

Project Gradualtion
2009
ofBOIFAH mehse p rnt

Higt n holosreaiorsn a e
funds in their effort to
host the 2009 Project
Graduation.
The parents will hold
a steak dinner sale on
Friday April 17 at the
cornermo~foHOT m9 u I


1p.m. The meal is $10 and
includes a steak, baked
potato, green beans, roll,
and cake. Meals can be
picked up at this location
or delivery is available
with prior reservations.
Call 547-2420 or fax your
order to 547-9821 to make
prior reservations.
The main objective of
Project Graduation is to
reduce and/or eliminate
accidents that could oc-
cur if there is no alterna-
tive offered to graduates.
Seniors and a guest will
gather for music, fun, en-
tertainment, food, door
prizes, and a sunrise
breakfast.
For the past several
years, our community
has enthusiastically sup-
ported the Project Grad-
utio aorHCHk sn ios

noy ur s kplort. Gradual
ing and monetary dona-
tions or gifts for door
prizes are really needed.
Anyone wishing to
make a donation of mon-
ey or giftscan call258-
o 2 .o 547-9000 exten-


Shell Chandler, Pastor
David Lauen, Associate Pastor, Minister of Music
Doug Hemanes, Associate Pastor, Youth Minister
Jeep Sullivan, Associate Pastor, Senior Adult & Men's Min ster
Ashley Unzicker, Children's Minister


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OTh ehirs do too tit
was Dr. Edward H Angle
who limited his practice
to straightening teeth in
the 1880is. Traditionally,
early orthodontists did
not want to see the patient
until all of the permanent
teeth were present in the
mouth, about age 12-14.
At that point, the ortho-
dontist would extract
enough teeth to make it
mathematically possible
to fit all the remaining
teeth in the arch and
move them around until
they were isttraighht. In
the 1970is orthodontists
realized that by catching
developmental problems
earlier, they could, by
use of appliances, direct
the growth of the upper
and/or lower arches to
accommodate the size
of the teeth. That is why
your dentist may recom-
mend an orthodontic as
early as six or seven of
years of age.
The process of ortho-
dontics is possible because
of the ability to move
teeth bodily ihrusagh1,1
bone by applying physi-
cal pressure to the tooth.
The bone breaks down
on the side away from the
pressure and new bone is
laid down behind it as it
moves. Actually, our teeth
remain where they are in


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~ec


our mouths because of
continuous orthodontic
pressures. The tongue is
constantly pushing from
the inside, the lips push
from the outside. Along
with stabilizing position-
al forces resultant from
the bite relationship, the
consequences of all the
above is that our teeth re-
main in their same rela-
tive positions ihr11g.III1III I
our adult life.
The newest orthodon-
tic development in the
last few years has been
iInnvisaliggn. The Ilai__l I
drawback to traditional
<.(h.l..nlllllli has always
been the discomfort and
inconvenience of the
brackets and wires that
are actually glued to the
teeth. Invisalign is a pro-
cess of moving the teeth
by the use of a series of
removable clear plastic
aligners. This extremely
convenient and patient-
friendly technology is
very popular because,
unlike traditional braces,
the appliance is invis-


Larry J. Cook, DMD


ible and can be removed
while brushing and floss-
ing or, unfortunately, any
time the patient wishes.
Therein lies one of the
only disadvantages, the
patient must wear the ap-
pliances for them to work
and the treatment, unlike
traditional orthodontics,
relies upon patient com-
pliance. Nevertheless,
many adult patients em-
brace with the Invisalign
process who would never
consider traditional or-
thodontics.
Your dentist can help
you decide if orthodon-
tics is the appropriate
treatment for your spe-
cific problem.


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and achieve a sense of accomplishment, call
850-547-8000.

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ANNEXATION ORDINANCE 361
AN ORDINANCE ENACTED PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA STATUTES, SEC-
TION 171.044 PROVIDING FOR THE ANNEXATION INTO THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE
CITY OF BONIFAY, FLORIDA CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY OWNED BY HOLMES COUNTY IN-
VESTMENT, LLC WHICH CONSISTS OF PROPERTY CONTIGUOUS TO THE EXISTING CORPO-
RATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF BONIFAY, FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF THE
ORDINANCE IN A NEWSPAPER OF GENERAL CIRCULATION WITHIN THE CITY, PROVID-
ING FOR THE HILING OF A CERTIFIED COPY OF THE ORDINANCE AS ADOPTED WITH THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT AND WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

WHEREAS, Holmes County Investment, LLC, is the owner of certain real property in Holmes
County, Florida, contiguous to the corporate limits of the City of Bonifay; and
WHEREAS, Holmes County Investment, LLC, has filed a Petition for Voluntary Annexation of its
property as set forth herein, so as to receive the benefit of services, both governmental and proprietary,
provided by the City of Bonifay; and
WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Bonifay, Florida has received and filed a Petition for
Voluntary Annexation submitted by and on behalf of Holmes County Investment, LLC as the sole owner
of the real property hereinafter described, which petition does request that the City Council of the City of
Bonifay, Florida take such action as is necessary to annex the described property as that the same shall be
and become a part of, and within the corporate limits of the City of Bonifay, Florida; and
WHEREAS, the City Council has found and determined that it is reasonable and in the best interest
of the City of Bonifay, Florida, its inhabitants, as well as the property owner that such property be an-
nexed into, and become a part of the City of Bonifay, Florida.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BONIFAY,

FLO tio n1H der and pursuant to the provisions of Florida Statutes, Section 171.044, the real prop-
erty described as follows: Holmes County Investment, LLC (HCI)
Legal Descriptions
Commence at the SW corner of the SE V4 of SW of Section 7, Township 4 North, Range 14 West,
thence run N0lo 41' 41"E along the West line of said SE V4 of SW V/4 59.98 feet to the North right of
way line of a graded road and the Point of Beginning of parcel to be described herein; thence continue
Nolo 41' 41"E along said West line of SE V4 of SW V4 1035.66 feet to the Southerly right of way line
of Interstate 10; thence N890 58' 06"E along Southerly right of way line 305. 18 feet; thence S88o 34'
24"E along said Southerly right of way 494.82 feet; thence SO2o 32' 33"W 1050.69 feet; thence N890 13'
46"W along said North right of way line 784.30 feet to the Point of Beginning, lying in and being a part
of SE V/4 of SW V4 of Section 7, Township 4 North Range 14 West, Holmes County, Florida.
And
S 1 2 of SE V4 and SE V4 of SW V4 of Section 7: S1/2 of SW V/4 of Section 8: The North ten (10)
acres of the NW V/4 of NW V4 of Section 17.
And
Parcel 1: Described as a 6 acre parcel located inside of parent tract located in said South 1R2 of SE V/4
of Section 7, Township 4 North, Range 14 West, Holmes County, Florida and being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the SE corner of Section 7, Township 4 North, Range 14 West, Holmes County, Florida,
thence N87o 52' 52"W, 587.93 feet along the North right of way line of County Road 3 (Thomas Drive);
thence continue along said North right of way line N87o 52' 52"W, 488.18 feet; thence departing said
North right of way line NO3o 15' 37"E, 557.78 feet; thence S890 37' 13"E, 397.90 feet; thence SO2o 46'
46"W, 159.20 feet; thence S87o 13' 14"E, 89.35 feet; thence SO3o 15' 37"W, 409.60 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING. Containing 6.00 acres, more or less.
LESS AND EXCEPT
Less that part sold to State of Florida for Interstate 10 as shown by stipulated Final Judgment recorded
in Official Record Book 32, page 218, and right of way of Thomas Drive in OR 40, Pg 362. All in Town-
ship 4 North, Range 14 West.
Is hereby annexed into and declared to be a part of and within the corporate limits of, the City of
Bonifay, Florida, and entitled to share in the benefits and responsibilities of all other property located
within the corporate limits of the City of Bonifay, Florida.
Section 2. The Charter and Comprehensive Plan of the City of Bonifay, Florida be, and the same is
hereby, amended so as to include and incorporate the real property described herein as part of the corpo-
rate limits of the City of Bonifay, Florida.
Section 3. Upon the adoption of this ordinance in the manner and form prescribed by law, the City
Clerk shall certify copies and shall file the same with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for Holmes
Cou ty, Florida, and shall also file and copy of the same with the Department of State of the State of
Section 4. This ordinance shall be come effective immediately upon its adoption in the manner and
form prescribed by law.
PRESENTED, read by title, and tabled pending publication and public hearing as required by law on
the day of 2009.
PRESENTED, read by title, after publication and public hearing duly enacted by the City Council of
the City of Bonifay, Florida, on this day of 2009.

CITY OF BONIFAY, FLORDIA
BY:
Eddie Sims, Mayor
ATTEST
BY:
Jeri Gibson, City Clerk


Hickory Hill Neighborhood Watch
The Hickory Hill Neighborhood Watch meeting fea-
turing Scotty Prescott, Pine LogVolunteerFire Depart-
ment, will provide free smoke detectors for everyone in
attendance. The Holmes County Sheriff's Department
will be on hand to report and answer questions at Hick-
or Hill Baptist Church fellowship hall on April 20 at
6:30 p.m. For more information call 956-2000.


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Excellence and other local charities
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Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser | AS


Ben's Place Animal Rescue
& Care Adoption Center, Inc. is
competing for $20,000.
The Animal Rescue Site,
www.theanimalre scuesite.com,
is hosting a special challenge
for eligible Petfinder.com mem-
her shelters and rescue groups. TA
The grand prize is a $20,000
grant, and they will be awarding
other grants to rescue groups with the
most votes. A total of $100,000 in grants
for animal welfare organizations will be
awarded.
To help Ben's Place win, all you have
to do is click to help rescued animals,


and then vote in The Animal
Rescue Site $100,000 Shelter
Challenge.
Both of these actions are ab-
solutely free. You can vote once
a day, every day, from April 13
through July 26.
O BELLBen's place is in need of vol-
unteers to help with dry dog
food drives and to help with the
upcoming gold tournament on May 2 at
Dogwood Lakes. Vendor spaces for flea
market are available for $10 each. Call
263-7693 for more information.
PET OF THE WEEK is Taco Bell,
black and tan chihuahua.


Perry in his
Prattle wrote a lot
about birthdays
awhile back. I .
purposefully don't
read his articles
on a regular basis
because they will HAPPY
no doubt influence Hazel V
what I write. But this
week I was thinking
about April birthdays in
our family. They are few.
Our oldest granddaughter
Lacey and her brother, our
only grandson, Taylor have
April birthdays. Other than
these two the only other one
I recall is Aunt Annie (Ollie
Anna Padgett) Wells.
She entered the Wells
family in 1936 after she and
Uncle Josh met when she
had car trouble on south
Highway 79 returning home
from a teaching assignment
in Point Washington or
Phillips Inlet. Unlike my
dad, Uncle Josh was a
"fix-it" man and aided the
lady in distress. (Daddy
would have taken her
where she needed to go.)
Josh was a widower for
several years following
the death of his young
wife, Ila Register Wells
who died unexpectedly in
1929 leaving him with an
eight-month-old daughter,
Kathleen. Aunt Annie had a
4-year-old son, Paul Stanley.
When she joined the
Wells family, she added
a new dimension to our
lives. Because of Kathleen
who lived with my Wells
grandparents or Aunt Lela
and Uncle Edward Harris a
lot of the time, Uncle Josh
maintained close ties with
the extended family.

edh cae lda, somehing
respected, almost
reverenced. She owned a
farm near Leonia where
she grew up as well as the
old Club House in Leonia.
The Josh Wells family
lIdhfthtved on te farm toug
sometimes she stayed at


the Club House
during the school
year as it was next
door to Leonia
SHigh School where
she taught. She
spent a lot of time,
:ORNIER however, on our
lls Tis side of the river,
isnespecially in the
summer. This gave
my overworked mother
a welcome respite. Uncle
Josh had built a cabin on
his property and the family
slept there, but most meals
were at our house, so Aunt
Annie was there to help
with the cooking chores for
the large family as well as
farm workers along with
Grandma and Grandpa
who lived nearby. In fact,
Grandpa had given three
of his sons 40 acres apiece
of the land, which had been
homesteaded by his father-
in-law, Tom Brock. The
oldest son, Uncle William
Perry Wells had migrated to
Kentucky as an electrician
in the coal mines, so he
received no land.
As the women
prepared the huge noon
meal consisting of fresh
field peas, corn gathered
that morning, okra and
homegrown tomatoes, they
visited and we children
listened and learned.
Though Aunt Annie
was a teacher, she was
not pedantic in dealing
with us children. Here
are some of the things we
learnedjust listening to
the conversations between
the two ladies. White
shoes are not to be worn
before Easter. (We only
got new ones when the


old ones were worn out or
outgrown.) Shaking hands
with gloves on is acceptable,
but not eating with them
on. A lady may wear her
hat indoors, but a man may
not. Don't say anything
about someone, if you can't
say something thing good.
A soft answer turns away
wrath. It is not correct to
say someone "got married."
Say they were married.
(You wouldn't say someone
got dead.) Space between
front teeth is a good thing.
A slender waistline is to
be desired, though hardly
attainable whileenjoying
the bounty of the summer
fields.
From listening to
arguments between her
and our dad, we learned all
the scriptures pertaining
to predestination and free
choice. Aunt Annie was a
staunch Missionary Baptist
and Daddy was a staunch
Primitive Baptist. Their
arguments were always
friendly. They were both
sincere in their beliefs and
neither one ever changed
the other's mind.
My husband has
commented that he is sure
people are tired of hearing
about the Wells family, but
this is Easter week and
the Passion Play at First
Baptist is consuming a lot of
my time so you can expect
a "no-research" article on
a week like this. Oh! Andl
won't wear white shoes until
next week.ActuallylIdon't
like to wear white shoes. I
think it comes from being
so brown as a child and
thinking that white shoes
made my feet look dirty.


Health and Family
Preparedness F air
CHIPLEY The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-Day Saints in Bonifay and Chi-
pley have partnered with Northwest
Florida Community Hospital and other
community partners to sponsor the
event. The fair will be held in the hos-
pital parking lot on Saturday, April 25,
from 10 a.m. to 2 p m.
There will be informational booths,
health screenings, safety demonstra-
tions, money-saving tips, and activities
for children including a bounce house,
food and opportunities to win prizes.
The fair is free and open to the pub-
lic. For more information, call Janet


George at 638-4874, Susan Munns, 638-
7676, Heather Shelby, 415-8119.

HCHS JV Cheerleader Golf
TOUrnament 4-Man Scramble
BONIFAY Holmes County High
School JV Cheerleaders will sponsor
Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 9,
at Dogwood Lakes Country Club. En-
try fee is $50 per person. Mulligans
will be available at $5 each. Lunch will
be included in the price of entry fees.
'lt~ophies will be awarded for the first
place team, longest drive, and closest to
pin. For more information or to register
please contact Vicki Steverson at 547-
3631 ext. 237.


Aunt Annie added much to Wells family


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Holmes County Kindergar ten
Registration 2009-2010
Registration for Holmes County students who will
enter kindergarten in the fall of 2009, will begin
Monday, April 27, 2009, and continue through
May 1, 2009. Parents or guardians should
register the child at the school to be attended
(Bethlehem, Bonifay Elementary, Ponce de Leon
E lem entary and Pop lar S pri ngs). Evidence of bi rth
(birth certificate) and certificate of immunization
are needed for registration. To be eligible to enter
kindergarten this fall, a student must be five
years of age on or before September 1, 2009.
These days are set up for REGISTRAflON ONLY!
Remem ber parents/guardians will be responsible
for making individual appointments for physical
with the Holmes County Health Department or
personal physician.
It is very important that children be registered
so that staffing plans for the school year can be
made. The schools are open for registration from
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


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Local


Wednesday, April 15, 2009


Photos b~y Jay Felsberg
Six churches hosted the second
annual Easter Eggstravaganza Saturday at D.D.
Eldridge Memorial Park in Prosperity. Some 300
children nabbed 1 8,000 eggs, 24 bicycles and
24 Easter baskets. Host churches were West
Pittman Baptist Church, Hickory Hill Baptist Church,
Northside Baptist Church, Ponce de Leon Baptist
Church, Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church and Leonia
Baptist Church. Union Crossroads entertained and
the Rev. Todd Unzicker delivered the Easter message.
More photos and coverage at bonifaynow.com. .a;-




Little Miss and Miss Holmes County Pageant: A peanut preliminary


BONIFAY -Holmes
County Ag Center, May 2,
2009 at 2 p.m.
April 23, from 4 6 p.m.
written communication


will be performed and
timed for Little Miss and
Miss Contestants, prac-
tice walk and opening
number.


All ad sales and T-shirt
orders must be turned
in at this time, no excep-
tions. This will be the last
day to take entries for all


categories,
April 30, from 4 6 p.m.:
Open to all categories to
come and practice. One
parent must attend prac-


tice with contestants for
the Baby Miss, Tiny Miss
and Toddler Miss. Inter-
view times will be given
out. After practice we will
have a good luck party for
aHl the contestaankts inh e

and etc.

begin a b~ m rearnw
will follow. Petite, Young
Miss and Teen Miss be-
gins approximately at 3:15
p.m. crowning will follow;
these categories are open
to anyone living in or out
of Holmes County.
EAture Little Miss, Lit-
tle Miss, Junior Miss and
Miss contestants must
reside or attend a Holmes
County School. Pageant
begins app n unatl oat 6

Entry fees for Baby (0-
11 months); Petite (2nd,
3rd, 4th graders); Toddler
(12-24 months); Young
(5th, 6th graders); Tiny (2-
3 years ); Teen (7th, 8th,
graders) are $50 each.
Entry fees for EAture
Little (4, 5, 6, not in 1st
grade); Junior (9th, 10th
graders); Little (1st grad-
ers only) and Miss (ages
17-21 years old) are $70
each contestant.
Ehture Little, Little,
Junior and Miss price in-
cludes Beauty, Photogenic
and Interview and Written
Communication for Little


and Miss. Optional Hair,
Eyes & Best Dressed $10.
All other divisions we
offer; Photogenic $10;
Interview $10; Prettiest
Hair, Prettiest Eyes &
Best Dressed $10 for all
For those who don't

wagn an mpoeuldn lie
to have an interview for
practice, mock interviews
will be available for $20.
this includes your score
sheet. It is important that
we know week before the
pageant if you plan to do a
mock interview so as we
can give you a time. Mock
interviews will be offered
to 4 years up.
Entry forms and fees
can be tu ned inaon ArHl
on hand to notarize Lit-
tle Miss and Miss Entry
forms at no cost to the
contestant. After April 9, it
will be your responsibility
to get the form notarized
and back to the directors.
Entry forms will be
available at the meeting
or you may go to our web-
site: http://holmescoun-
typageant.tripod.com/ and
print an entry form. For
more information contact
Christi Powell at 547-5668
or Amanda Hickman at
547-5435. You may e-mail
us at holmescountypag-
eantstaffeagmail.com


William Earl Sales: grand
theft; continued to 4/15.
Margart Salupo: grand
theft; continued 6/10.
Jade Nicole Simmons:
fraudulent use of credit card;
continued 6/10.
Stephanie L. Simmons:
fraudulent use of credit card,
forgery (2 counts); Pretrial
4/22-'Itial4/24.
Ashley Rachelle Skinner:
fraudulent use of credit card;
continued 4/15.
Aubrey Sutton: sale or de-
livery of controlled substance;
Pretrial 6/10.
Jason A. Vanavery: pos-
session of child pornography
(28 counts); continued to 6/10.
Michael Allen Ward: grand
theft (2 counts), trespass
where notice given (2 counts),
principal to burglary, princi-
pal to grand theft; continued
to 4/15.
Jeffrey Martin Whitehead:
armed burglary, grand theft
(14 counts), felon in posses-
sion of firearm, dealing in
stolen property (2 counts),
burglary of structure (9
counts) burglary of convey-
ance, grand theft, burglary of
dwelling, possession of con-
trolled substance, possession
of drug paraphernalia; contin-
ued 4/15.

posse union Of ctrole su
stance with intent to sell: with-


drew not guilty; adjudicated
guilty, sentenced to two years
county corrections with three
years probation $1535 fines,
150 hour community service,
104 days in HCJ with credit
for 104 days, random UAs,
drivers license suspended for
two years.
VOCC Evidentiary
Eddie Joe Byrd: forgery
of check or promissory note
(4 counts), uttering forged
instrument (5 counts); with-
drew not guilty; adjudicated
guilty, sentenced to 24 months
department of corrections,
with credit for 76 days, fines
and costs.
Jason A. Vanavery: pos-
session of cannabis with in-
tent to sell, possession of drug
paraphernalia; continued to
5/20.
VOCC Arraignment
James Adam Rich:
manufacture of controlled
substance, possession of con-
trolled substance; continued
4/15.
Motion Hearing
Brent O'Neal Williams:
possession of controlled sub-
stance with intent to sell; mo-
tion to withdraw as attorney;
motion withdrawn.
VOP Evidentiary
Charles Lorenzo Lee: bur-

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PANAMA CITY West coach Kevin
Craig watched the opposing East girls
all-stars warm up and shared his reser-
vations with his staff.
"We really thought they looked like
the quicker team," Craig said. "To be
honest, I thought we were in trouble."
His worries were unfounded in ama-
jor way.
Lori Fletcher scored a Freedom
All-Star Classic record 28 points for the
West in the team's 112-73 victory at the
Billy Harrison Field House on Saturday.
Fletcher was the game'sMNVE~finishing
with adouble-double after pulling down
10 rebounds.
The 112 points set a girls and over-
all record for total in a Freedom Classic
game. The 39-point difference also was
a record margin.
Fletcher's first shot, a 3-pointer, was
off the mark. Her final shot was a layup
and upped the lead to 109-71 with less
than two minutes to play. She exited to
a round of applause.
"I actually thought Kristin (Rogers)
had the most points because she start-
ed off so hot," Fletcher said. "We didn't
even know was that close until the final
minutes so I went back in.
"This is just awesome. This is some-
thing I will always remember."
Fletcher and Rogers, who had 13
points, helped the West jump on the
East early. It dominated the first 10
minutes, moving ahead 36-15 on Betsy
Stevenson's basket.
The East pulled as close as 18 points
twice the rest of the way. The first time
was on Tara Thompson's 3-pointer with
eight minutes left in the first half. The
second and final occasion was on She-
rina Gonzalez's layup that capped the
East's best spurt, a 7-0 run to open the
second half.


East takes 3-2 series

ed~ve in Classic

By IRAV15 DOWVNEY


PANAMA CITY Detha~un Hi'n~eldl Isn t
n~cessa~l\ cnti onel fo -I tollld .\ou so,. bult
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him for a udenlltl change of hearlt ll1
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pr~edlc~tine a 111-82 win1 forI hIsl team1.
Hiin~ielld ledc the East wi~th 16, pInClts In
a Inti-CC~ win at Gu;lll (:Coast (:Coniniunllty
Coclllt
The win tiltedc the a~I~ll-tim senest~ re-
cord'c Intor the East' s talo: wi~th thet team 1
se~lctted bi\ thet Panama11 City News\ Her-

n3 line bI, as mu1IchI as 12' In the
earl.\. sta'-tes at thet drs~t ha1t ll th \\edt
ma~naged~ tol inn the East s sieale 3)l
lead( wltha 115 u Illllatte In thet drs~t th3t
wasd tue~lld by\ thet rebounding work at ~
Pa~stoln Zacki \Clickers an(1(:d Cetilet s .
Danus1 App~llew \hite
C'hclai~\ 1thaltchee Tonilylll\ Brassell
hItl a.IIIII un Ing jun~ipe to~ make~ It a ::-20 '
East lead( beforeII NICellle s Billl\ Bll-
Ingssoed dCCI ( \ICtw ol hIs1 Inside(t toI make i
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tcoret the halt
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East a\Clitok
no c \\est tunlersllt~' Ild toI tourII quIICk
piclnts forl the East. wh IIChI closedt( thehlt 11
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Tara Thompson, the first girl's
player from Bethlehem to play for
the East, scored a team-high 18
points in the fifth annual Freedom
AII-Star Classic.
But there was too much of Fletcher
and too much of a disparity underneath
the basket. The West outrehounded the
East 51-39. The size disadvantage was
noticeable, and further exposed by the
loss of Bethlehem's Megan McDonald,
who was injured and replaced by Bay's
Shaneka King.
"That was a big thing, not boxing
out," said Thompson, whose 18-point
output was good for fifth-best all time
among East all-stars. "But I think we
played our best."
Chipley's Gonzalez contributed 11
points for the East. Every player on both
teams scored. More coverage online at
chipleypaper~com and bonifaynow.com.


also 3-3 with a home run
and five runs batted in,
Third baseman Aaron
Mollet is another reason for
the team's success. Mollet
hit a double and drove in a
run against Cottondale to
continue a 19-game hitting
streak.
Jesse Gavin was 2-4 with
a double, Cody Hamilton
was 1-1 with home run and
two RBI, Cole Long was 2-2,
Jomar Concepcion was 2-2,
and Devin Bice was 1-4 with
two RBI.


home run, Devin Bice 2for3
with a double and two RBIs
and Jesse Gavin and Aaron
Mollet had an RBI each for
the Blue Devils.
Against FAMIU in the
fie-innisg unu uae,dGavnn

up only one hit.
Cole Long had an inside-
the-park home run and was
2-2 with three RBI, Mollet
was 2 for 2 with a double
and two RBIs and Thomp-
son an RBI double. Mollet
increased his hitting streak
to 17 games,


outs in four innings for
the win against Lake Weir.
Justin Chambers took the
win against Bellview with
four hits and 12 strikeouts
in seven innings. Chipley's

A ubmePI smwarsun rnd trha
RBI in the three games.
Colby Obert had a home
run, Blake Obert was 4 for 9
with a double and four RBI
and Chambers was 4for 8.

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Holmes County on a
FUn in baseball
BONIFAY The Holmes
County Blue Devils are en-
joying a successful season
to date. Despite joining
other local teams in playing
around bad weather of late,
the Blue Devils are 16-5 af-
ter beating Cottondale 11-0
on the road.
Jeremy McGowan
pitched a no-hitter over six
innings with six strikeouts
and just one walk. He was

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Against North Hardin,
Will Thompson pitched a
complete-game two-hitter
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Jeremy McGowan was
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in tourney
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games in the Big Sun Chal-
lenge recently in Ocala.
The Tigers (12-5) fell to
Ocala Vanguard 8-6 on Mon-
day in the tourney opener.
Chipley then beat Lake
Weir 12-4 on 'I~esday and
Bellview 4-2 on Wednesday.
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counter and sold in limited
amounts are stores. This
limits production at local
meth labs.
"That means more im-
ports," Ford said.

Man brings meth to
courthouse
Criminals don't usually
provide delivery service to
law enforcement, but that's
what h opened when a
Bonifay man came to the
Holmes County Courthouse
last Wednesday according
to I nesray, fro th
IHoamnes Count eriffms Of
fice
On April 8, the Holmes


County
Sheriff's
Office re-
sponded
to the Hol-
mes County
Courthouse
in reference
to a domes- BLYWYE
tic dispute SIH
that carried
over into the courthouse.
Upon arrival at the court-
house deputies detained Bil-
ly Wayne Smith of Bonifay,
who was found to have meth-
amphetamine in his pants
pocket. Smith was arrested
and charged with posses-
sion of controlled substance
(methamphetamine).


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TALLAHASSEE As "For Sale" signs
dot yards throughout Florida, plum-
meting sales and home prices and
soaring foreclosures signal that the
housing crisis continues to deepen.
When the real estate market is
competitive, a home with a pungent
odor such as cigarettes can make or
break the deal. According to a 2008
Home Features Survey done by Zip
Realty, 76 percent of respondents
say that had odors, such as ciga-
rette smoke, would sway their de-
cision against purchasing a home.
Tobacco Free Florida wants to help
Floridians maintain their edge in a
competitive market and live health-
ier lives.
The stale, lingering odor of ciga-
rette smoke seeps into and sticks
on furniture, carpets, walls, cur-
tains and just about every surface
it comes in contact with. House-
hold cleaners alone won t get the
job done, therefore professionals
need to be hired to deep clean the
stubborn odors and remove stains.
Smokers incur extra costs when
selling a house that non-smokers do


not. Homes may require new paint
and professional carpet and drap-
ery cleaning. For an average sized
home this could run a homeowner
approximately $3,000 in additional
expenses.
Think smoking outside is the an-
swer? "It is not," says Kim Berfield,
Deputy Secretary of the Florida
Department of Health. "Smoking
outside helps reduce tobacco odor,
but does not eliminate it. Clothes
absorb the smell, dragging it back
into the home and undoubtedly
finding its way to closets and draw-
ers. Quitting smoking is the only
way to completely rid a home of the
smell."
In addition to the effect that ciga-
rette smoke can have to a home s
interior, smoking inside puts others
at risk of the dangers of second-
hand smoke. There is no safe level
of exposure to secondhand smoke
and there is no ventilation (i.e., an
open window) that can eliminate
the exposure.
"Secondhand smoke is a signifi-
cant health issue for Floridians,"


says Berfield. "Approximately 11
million youth age 12-18 live in a
household with at least one smoker,
and over six million are exposed to
second hand smoke daily. Smoking
inside the home puts others at an
increased risk for respiratory ill-
ness, lung cancer, and cardiovascu-
lar disease."
Tobacco Free Florida is stress-
ing to Floridians that the decision to
quit smoking is the only way to en-
sure a home will not be overlooked
due to an odor and will play a major
part in turning "For Sale" signs on
front lawns into "Sold" signs. Get
free cessation assistance by calling
the Quitline at 1-877-U-CAN-NOW
(1-877-822-6669). Bilingual coun-
selors who are specially trained to
help tobacco users quit are avail-
able twenty-four hours a day, seven
days a week. Additional cessation
resources such as Qwitter, an on-
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for smokers to track their quitting
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Dotson explained that
originally, the "first phase"
of his evaluation was to
find results from testing
for levels of sand, PH and
hydrogen sulfate.
The "second phase"
would be to bring up the
tank and put a camera
through it.
He recommended that
the second phase be put on
hold until more tests could
be done not only on ways of
reducing the level of sand
in the well, but also hydro-
gen sulfate.


"Normally we would
need to do actual tests to
see the level of sulfur in
water," said Dotson. "But
with this water I could tell
from the first whiff that the
sulfur content was way too
high."
The Council decided to
further investigate into a
way to clean the water that
would be both safe and cost
effective.
One out of the seven
DOT projects had been ap-
proved of for funding and
that was the sidewalk im-


provement from Waukesha
Street to the front of Boni-
fay Elementary School.
Wells announced that
the Bonifay Police De-
partment was sponsoring
Click-It-Or-Ticket, which,
with the help of the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol and
the Florida Department
of Transportation they will
be placing a mandatory
Safety Checkpoint on State
Road 79.
"This will be a check-
point where it will be man-
datory for vehicles to stop,"


said Wells. "At this point we
will check to see if all safety
features are working prop-
erly, such as brake lights,
turn signals, etc."
The Council approved of
donating money to Holmes
County High School's Proj-
ect Graduation,
Council member Rich-
ard Woodham voiced con-
cerns on the recent projects
for cleaning out of excess
water in ditches and reduc-
ing the recent increase of
beavers and beaver activity
in certain areas.

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Poli0N A partmntB 1ilb
participating in several
safety campaigns in the
upcoming months, includ-
ing "Click it or Ticket" and
"Buckle up in Your Truck."
The Bonifay Police De-
partmentwill be conducting
safety checkpoints though
the City limits of Bonifay
during the current month
on the following roads:
Hwy 79, Hwy 90, Hwy 173,
Hwy 177A, Jenkins Blvd.,
Saint Johns Rd., Caryville
Rd., Hubbard St., Weeks
St., Oklahoma Ave., McGee
Rd. and Banfil Ave.
Vehicle equipment and
seatbelt violations will be
enforced.



MarriageS

and

DIVORCES

Marriage license

Aifo~r matio~nO

The following informa-
tion was taken from mar-
riage license applications
issued by the clerk's of-
fice at the Holmes County
Cour mum ence Swales,
5-6-65 of Satellite Beach
and Amy Rebecca Clay, 8-
1-69 of Troy, Ala.
Andrew Keenan Stowe,
11-20-90 and Carley Mi-
chelle Taylor, 2-29-92, both
of Fountain Inn, SC.

Divorce information
(filed, but not
necessarily final)
April 6-10, 2009
The following infor-
mation was taken from
records at the Holmes
County Courthouse of un-
finalized, recorded divorce
RCtiORS.
Johnny De wayne
Bartlett and Carole Elaine
g gy(Jet-j
Luis Reyes and Misty
Reyes
Christopher Darling
and Angela Darling
William R. Faircloth and
Kathryn E. Faircloth.


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Cheerleaders host
golf tourney
BONIFAY Holmes
County High School
JV Cheerleaders
will sponsor a Golf
Tournament May 9
at Dogwood Lakes
Country Club. Entry
fee is $50 per person.
Mulligans will be
available at $5 each.
Lunch will be included
in the price of entry
fees. Trophies will be
awarded for the first
place team, longest
drive, and closest
to pin. For more
information or to
register please contact
Vicki Steverson at
547-3631 ext. 237.

Salddle up for
St. Jude
BONIFAY Saddle up
for St. Jude Trail Ride/
Hay Ride on April 25
starts at 9 a.m. at 1 647
Hwy 177A in Bonifay.
Lunch will be provided.
This is a community
event that benefits
St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital.
Cost is $10 per
person or $25 per
family. Contact, RSVP
information to Carol
Solomon at 547-3159
or Martha Willsey at
547-1 754.

Marianna readies
for BBQ Cook-Off
MARIANNA -
Barbecue teams and
individuals are heating
up the grills as they
practice their favorite
award-winning recipes
and prepare to take
home the cash prizes.
Barbecue chairman
Richard Kunde invites
local cooks to fire up
their favorite recipes
in the Backyard
Barbecue and Ancillary
competitions April 17.
Anyone can enter
competitions in the
following categories:
chicken, stew, sauce,
anything but pork and
dessert. Entry fee is
$25 per category or
$100 for all five.
For barbecue
connoisseurs, a fee of
$3 will let you be the
judge in the People's
Choice Award.
For more
information regarding
the barbecue contests,
contact Richard Kunde
at 209-2959 or e-mail
him at richardkunde@
hotma il.com.

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Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hand of Bonifay are
pleased to announce the recent marriage
of their daughter Emily Brooke to James
Edward Sparks, Jr. of Bloomington, Ind.
Emily is the granddaughter of Ed and
Charlotte Treadwell of Bonifay and the
late Richard and Xuripha Hand of Bonifay.
She is a 2007 graduate of Florida State
University with a Master of Social Work
degree. She works as a licensed master
social worker at Mercy Regional Health
Center in Mahattan, Ks.
Jimmy is the son of Evelyn Starlene
Hall of Bloomington. His grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hall of Bonifay, and
Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hall of Bloomington.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jimmy Sparks
is currently assigned as a Blackhawk
helicopter pilot in the 3-1 Aviation Brigade
on Fort Riley.
The couple was married on Nov. 22, 2008
at Normandy Chapel in Fort Riley, Ks.


Lauralee Barrentine and Brad Vause announce their
engagement and upcoming marriage.
Lauralee is the daughter of Linda Rogers Long and
the late Larry Barrentine. Her grandparents are Gerald
and Kathleen Rogers of Chipley and Johnnie Ruth and
the late L.B. Barrentine of Marianna. She is a hairstylist
in Tallahassee and owns her own salon, Studio Calcutta.
Brad is the son of June and Eugene Vause of
Crawfordville and the grandson of Virginia Barnes
and Jackie Vause and the late Derwood Vause. He is
employed with Safe Touch Security and is a licensed
low-voltage contractor and owner of Structure
Technology.
The couple is planning a July 4 wedding in
Islamorada and will make their home in Tallahassee.


Tiffany Owens and
John Floyd of Chipley are
proud to announce the
birth of their son, Keyton
Chance. He was born
March 13 at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center
in Dothan, Ala. and
weighed 8 pounds, 2
ounces and was 21 inches
loKeyton is the grandson
of Carl and Wanda
Owens and Herman
and Judy Floyd, all of
Chipley. His maternal
great-grandparents are
Maitland Owens and the
late Carles Owens, of
Chipley, Bill and Betty
Carroll, of DeEkniak


Springs, and Danny
and Sue Rudd, of Grand
Ridge. Paternal great-
grandparents are Ellis
and Maggie Floyd, of


Chipley, and the late John
and Annie May Shouppe,
of Cottondale. His cousin
Maddie Peel welcomed
Keyton home.


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Jeffrey Hagan and Wendy
Lyons of Chipley announce the
birth of their son, Aiden Warren
Hagan. Aiden was born Jan.
7 at Bay Medical Center. He
weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces and
was 20 inches long. Paternal
grandparents are Sam and
Carol Hagan and Maternal
grandparents are Richard and
Diane Lyons all of Chipley. Aiden
was welcomed home by many
friends and family.


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of Michael and Marillyn McCaleb of
Marietta, Ga.
Holly is a 1999 graduate of Ponce de
Leon High School; a 2001 graduate of
Chipola College and attended Florida
State University from 2003 2005. She is
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Local PAGEANTS


Watford reunion set
The 111th annual Watford Reunion
is set for April 18 at 10 a.m. at Galilee
United Methodist church, halfway be-
tween Chipley and Graceville, near the
original home place of Nelson Watford,
clan patriarch.
Family names associated with
the Watford family through mar-
riage include the Crutchfields,
Sweats,Whitakers, Syfretts Balls and
Barefoots, McCrarys and Williams.
After the family roll call there will
he a covered dish dinner on the church
grounds. All family and friends are in-
vited to go out and share the day.

Pettis Family Reunion
The family of John Franklin Pettis
and Henrietta Carter Pettis will hold
the annual family reunion on May 2, at
2608 Cora Lane in Wausau. All family
and friends are invited to attend and
take along your favorite covered dish.

FrOCO COUSinS f0Uni0H
The descendents of Claude and
Mary Groce will hold it second reunion
at Falling Waters State Park on Satur-
day, April 18. All family and friends are
invited to come early and stay late. Take
a well-filled picnic basket to share.
Mary and Claude were married in
the early 1900s, spent their lives in Hol-
mes County are. They had seven chil-
dren with only five surviving to adult-
hood.
For more information or questions,
call Claudia Cherry at 850-271-2206 or
Donna Carpenter at 773-3456.



DR. ADA BROWN

RE TIR ES

CHIPLEY A retirement
party for Dr. Ada Brown,
Marketing Instructor of WHTC,
will be held Friday, May 15,
from 1 1a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Marketing classroom. AII
friends, former and present
students, and family are
invited to stop by and visit
with Dr. Brown.


Birthday


Xalvian Demetrius Sorey

Xavian Demetrius Sorey
turned seven on April 7 and
celebrated his birthday in
Panama City at Rocket Lanes
on Saturday, April 11.
He is the son of Sherrica
Watford and Demetrius Sorey
of Campbellton. His sister is
14-year-old Rakeia Sorey of
Chipley. His grandparents
are Shirley Watford and
Sherman Curry of Chipley,
Lucy Adderson and the late
Clayton Sorey of Campbellton.
Great-grandparents are Betty
and the late Walter Watford of
Chipley, Percy and the
Rev. James Robinson,
Queen and L.B. Sorey, all of
Campbellton.


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CHIPLEY- Les Jolie Dames
Civic Club sponsored a Miss
Springtime Beauty Pageant
at T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
and Activity Center in Chi-
pley on March 28. Winners
in the pageant are:
Miss Springtime:
Keltcee Morgan Berry,
was crowned Miss Spring-
time. She is a tenth grade
student at Bethlehem High
School. She lives in Bonifay
ondhChristy French is her
First place, Shabre Wil-
liams is a ninth grade stu-
dent at Chipley High School
and her grandparents are
Frank and Jeanette Pitt-
man,
Second place went to
Alexis O'Neal, eleventh
grade student at CHS. He
mother is Donna O'Neal.
Third place went to Ailsa
Doss, a tenth grade student
at CHS. Her parents are
Wayne and Melanie Doss.
Junior Miss Springtime:
Justice Alliah Watford


ADRIYANIA JACKSON
Little Miss Springtime
First place went to Alexis
Culver, first grade at KMS.
Her mother is Michelle
Wynn.
Second place winner
is Yonna Bellamy, second
grade at KMS. Her mother
is Barbara Ramsey.
Third place went to
Ashanti Hooks, a kindergar-
ten student at KMS and her
grandmother is Deborah
Brown.


KELT{EE MORGANI BERRY JUSTICE ALLIAH WATFORD
Miss Springtime Junior Miss Springtime


won the crown for Junior
Miss Springtime. She is a
seventh grade student at
RMS and her mother is Vina
Watford.
First place went to Alexis
Johnson, sixth grade at Cot-
tondale High School. Monty
Gainer is her mother.
Second place went to Ari-
onna Johnson, fourth grade
at Cottondale Elementary.
Her parents are Eddie and


Monica Johnson.
Third place went to De-
jah Johnson, seventh grade,
Cottondale High School. She
is the daughter of Eddie and
Monica Johnson.
Little Miss Springtime:
Adriyana Jackson, a sec-
ond grader at Kate Smith
Elementary won the title of
Little Miss Springtime. She
is the daughter of Vendya
Reedy.


p.m. Miss and little Miss con-
testants must reside or go to
school in Geneva County an
will represent Geneva County
in the National Peanut Festi-
val Pageants in October
Teen Miss division is open
to anyone in Alabama, Florida
and Georgia. All three divi-
sions will have interviews and
two practices.
Winners from the morning
pageant will be special guest
at the evening pageant, be
presented on stage and assist
in the crowning ceremonies.
All visiting queens from other
areas are welcome and will re-
ceive special recognition,
For more information, con-
tact Terri King at 334-898-7508;


Lauren Fountain at 726-3544
or Haden Ward, 449-1616.

Watermelon Pagealnt
time again
CHIPLEY Each June over
100 contestants of all ages
from North Florida and sur-
rounding areas compete
for the titles of Watermelon
Queen. The pageant crowns
queens in ten age groups from
birth to age 22.
Queens crowned in the Miss
Watermelon pageant may also
compete at the state level for
the crown of Miss Florida Wa-
termelon Queen 2010.
Because this is a benefit
pageant the Overall Spon-


sorship winner will also be
crowned.
Proceeds from pageant
fees, program sales, conces-
sions and door entry fees go to
benefit the Tri-County Com-
munity Council's Toys for Tots
program.
This year the annual Pan-
handle Watermelon Pageant
will be held on June 13 at the
Washington County Ag Center
in Chipley. Doors open at 11
a.m. Everyone is invited to at-
tend the pageant.
Applications can be picked
up at Carolyn's Fashion, 795
Main Street in Chipley. Call
Carolyn Sasser at 638-8686 or
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Junior Miss, 7-9; Junior Miss,
10-12.
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next scheduled Learning Luncheon at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in Bonifay. The Luncheon will
be held Tuesday, April 28, at noon in the hospital
conference room. Cost is $5 per person.
Dr. DeRuiter is a board certified obstetrician
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School News


Wednesday, April 15, 2009


'Cor1 Ofo College
FiHOnclal Aid
Ni ht'
PANAMA CITY Anyone
needing help obtaining
financial aid to attend col-
lege, should attend the
"Cash for College Fi-
nancial Aid Night" at Gulf
Coast Community Col-
lege on April 16. Finan-
cial aid experts will be on
hand to help students and
their families fill out the
necessary forms and get
access to billions in fed-
eral funds available for
college students.
Cash for College Night
will be held on Thursday,
April 16, from 6 8 p.m. in
the J.R. Asbell Business
Building in rooms 103,
105, and 106.
Those who want to
fill out the financial aid
forms should bring a driv-
er's license, student and
parents' Social Security
numbers, 2008 Tax Re-
turn or W-2, and untaxed
income information (such
as child support).
For more information
about "Cash for College"
night or Financial Aid,
contact Martin at 769-
1551, ext. 3313.

UWF summer online

prOgOm
PENSACOLA Registra-
tion is now open for the
University of West Flor-
ida online summer ses-
sion. Both undergradu-
ate-and graduate level
courses are available on-
line. The UWF Summer
Online program allows
students to learn at their
own pace, anywhere,
anytime. Students can
meet their nine-hour
summer enrollment re-
quirement for Florida un-
dergraduates, and cours-
es are fully transferable
to other colleges and uni-
versities.
With approximately
300 online courses offered
this summer, students of
all focus areas and majors
have access to many de-
gree necessities and elec-
tives. For college fresh-
men and sophomores
and high school students
preparing to enter col-
lege, a wide-range of gen-
eral education courses in
math, English, science
and more are offered.
For career profession-
als who want to get start-
ed on their master's de-
grees, the UWF Teacher
Education, Master of Sci-
ence in Administration
and Master of Business
Administration programs
are also offering courses.
Students enrolled in
UWF's online courses
use computers to connect
to the World Wide Web
and access course mate-
rials that are housed in-
side a Learning Manage-
ment System (LMS) Web
site. Standard classroom
textbooks and printed
materials are typically
used in combination with
online lectures, assign-
ments and supplemen-
tary course materials.
Many courses will also
use a threaded discussion
forum and chat rooms in


which students can share
information, collaborate
and interact with other
members of the class.
eDesktop, a virtual com-
puter lab, allows students
to access UWF software
over the Web.
For more information,
visit uwf.edu/summeron-
line, call (850) 473-7468 or
e-mail online~uwf.edu.


Engineering
prfefSsor to meet
With cle ree seekers
CHIPLEY On Satur-
day, April 18, the Degree
Seekers will welcome Dr.
Clayton J. Clark, an engi-
neering professor of Civil
and Environmental En-
gineering at the FAMU/
FSU College of Engineer-
ing in Tallahassee. Dr.
Clark will be speaking at
the TJ Roulhac Enrich-
ment Center in Chipley at
10 a.m. on the profession
of engineering and col-
lege admission. All are
invited to attend.
The Degree Seekers
Outreach Program is
an enrichment program
sponsored by the Univer-
sity of Florida College of
Medicine Office of Minor-
ity Affairs. The program
os deesignedstou proide
resented in medicine
with experiences and
workshops to help make
them more competitive
for college admission in
hopes of helping them
pursue careers in the
health professions. The
program targets middle
and high school youth
of Washington County
and was founded by Dr.
Kendall Campbell, a past
graduate of Chipley High
School.

WCCS open house
CHIPLEY Washington
County Christian School
(WCCS) is currently reg-
istering students for the
2009/10 school year. Open
House will be held on
Thursday April 30 from
5:30 7 p.m. Students reg-
istering during April will
receive a $25 discount off
standard registration fee.
WCCS is a non-profit,
non-denominational, pri-
vate Christian school and
does not discriminate on
the basis of race, color, or
national origin.
If you are unable to at-
tend, enrollment packets
may be picked up at the
school office or they will
mail one to you. Call 638-
9227 or stop by 1405 Brick-
yard Road in Chipley

NSF sdiolarships
OVallable
PANAMA CITY The
National Science Founda-
tion (NSF) has provided
Florida State Univer-
sity Panama City with
scholarship funding for
students pursuing un-
dergraduate degrees in
electrical, computer, civil
and environmental engi-
neering.
Ten two-year schol-
arships valued at up to
$7,500 per academic year
will be awarded to stu-
dents entering these pro-


grams in Fall 2009. Schol-
arships will be awarded
on the basis of financial
need and/or academic
merit.
To apply for the FSU
Panama City National Sci-
ence Foundation Scholar-
ship, students must:
*Submit the free ap-
plication for Federal Stu-
dent Aid (FASFA).
*Complete an admis-
sion application and sub-
mit to the Admissions Of-
fice.
*Complete the NSF
Scholarship application
and required essay and
submit to Financial Aid.
*Meet admission re-
quirements.
*Maintain a minimum
2.5 GPA.
The deadline for com-
pleting all application
requirements is May 15,
2009.
Contact the Admis-
sions Office at 850-770-
2160 or Financial Aid at
850-770-2177 for addi-
tional information or as-
sistance. Calls may also
be made toll-free at 1-888-
693-7872.

Florida POCHUt
Sdiolarship
MARIANNA The Flor-
ida Peanut Producers
Association (FPPA) has
announced the o emn n
of its 2009 Scholarship
Award Program, effective
April 1*
Two $1,200 scholar-
ships will be awarded to
deserving high school
seniors and/or college
students. The applicant
or someone in the ap-
plicant's family must be
actively producing pea-
nuts but not necessarily a
member of FPPA.
Each winner will re-
ceive $600 when the
scholarships are an-
nounced. The remain-
ing $660 will be awarded
after the completion of
one semester and docu-
mentation of passing
grade is submitted to the
FPPA office. It is the in-
tent of the Scholarship
Committee that recipi-
ents attend a Florida ju-
nior college or four-year
university
FPPA Scholarship ap-
plications must be post-
marked no later than July
Winners will be notified
by mail. For an applica-
tion, contact the FPPA of-
fice at 2741 Penn Avenue,
Suite 1, Marianna, FL
32448 or call 850-526-2590.

Dinnef I11eatre at
PdL High School
The musical theater
department of Ponce de
Leon High School an-
nounces its upcoming
dinner theater produc-
tion for the 2008/09 school
year.
This will mark the
department's 27th an-
nual dinner theater per-
formance. The curtain
is scheduled to open on
Friday, April 24, and Sat-
urday, April 25, to Hillbilly
Hayride, a musical com-
edy that blends the feud-
ing and fighting of the
Hatfield's and McCoy's
with the young love of Ro-


meo and Juliet.
Young Lee Roy Cal-
houn, played by Chase
Crow, and Emmy Lou
Tolliver, played by Laura
Sweat, must find a way
to end the feud between
their families so they
can marry. Meanwhile,
Paw Calhoun, played by
Seth Skinner, and Maw
Tolliver, played by Mag-
gie Baker, vow that the
two will only get married
over "their sweet smellin'
dead bodies," and the two
hundred year old on -go-
ing feud will never end.
Throw into the mix two
competing, near bank-
rupt New York publishing
companies, and a couple
of Hollywood film produc-
ers and the laughs never
stop.
True to "Hillbilly" eti-
quette, the menu for the
evening will consist of
"finger lickin' good" fried
chicken, mashed potatoes
with country gravy, green
beans, corn on the cob,
hot rolls, banana pud-
ding, and plenty of iced
sweet tea and coffee will
be available.
Tickets are now on
sale to the general public
for $15.
For more information
or to purchase tickets,
please call Ponce de Leon
High School at 850-836-
4242.

Fall VPK


Holmes County Vol-
untary Pre-Kindergarten
(VPK) Specialist Olivia
Haines has announced
Fall VPK registration in-
formation. A VPK certifi-
cate is required before a
child can be registered
for Pre-Kindergarten.
The Early Learning Co-
alition is issuing Fall VPK
Certificates for children
who turn four years old
on or before Sept. 21, 2009
and are not eligible to at-
tend kindergarten.
Required documents
for registration include:
Proof of child's date of
birth (birth certificate);
Parent/Guardian photo
I.D. and proof of physical
residence (License/Util-
ity Bill); Child's Social
Security Number (Op-
tional) .
Due to budget cuts, the
Holmes County School
District will not be offer-
ing on site registration.
Parents will need to go to
the Early Learning Co-
alition in the Old Chipley
High School on 2nd Street
in Chipley to pick up a
VPK certificate.
The certificate should
then be taken to the school
of your choice, Bethle-
hem, Poplar Springs,
Bonifay Elementary or
Ponce de Leon Elemen-
tary to complete registra-
tion. The certificate may
be taken to the school of
your choice immediately.
First come, first on the
list. Take the same infor-
mation with you (Social
Security, Birth Certifi-
cate, up to date physical
and shot record) to regis-
ter at the school site.
Questions can be di-
rected to Olivia Haines at
850-547-3631, Ext. 244.


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rest, Shawana Foxworth,
ota Francis, Morgan Fries,
helle Fuston, Alyssa Gainer,
sica Giddiens, Quentton
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ms, Lori Helms, Sandra Le-
erger, Eddie Mosley, Elexa
e, Midrell Pittman, Mitchell
Is, Travis Prescott, Bram-
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inson, Caleb Rogers, Zane
ers, Allie Sapp, Shelby
ell, Ethan Schwartz, Briana
rs, Nathan Spencer, Colby
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z, Andrew King, Brittany
seeill, Carley Mead, Jayde
lIcer, Noah Smothers, Mary-
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: Heather Anderson, Savan-
Bowen, David Boyett, Wy-
Brock, Alexander Bush, Ju-
Carroll, Joshua Chambliss,
ner Clark, Devan Daniels,
aela Davis, Maricela Gam-
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Laurie, Elizabeth Martinez, Smith, Casey Strickland, Chris-
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Mariyah Hooks,'lk~istan Johnson,
Shelby Kriser, Bradley Kuhens,
Michael Latham, Andrew Law-
ton, Carolynn Lynn, Spencer
Martin, Za'Veion Mathews, Logan
McAnear, Matthew McComas,
Haley McDonald, Cullan Murray,
Kalia Odum, Raychel Oldaker,
Sara Padgett, Brandon Palmer,
Eyrica Pettis, Makayla Pierce,
Andrew Popchock, Amanda Ra-
bon, Mallory Ray, George Roul-
hac, Dylan Rudd, Abby Sapp,
Lewis Smelcer, William Squires,
Tiara Stith, Jessica Teodocio, Se-
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Christian White, John Willford,
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Hunter Paige, Jacob Seaborn,
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James, Andrew Jeffries, Kaylee
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Lampley, Hailey Land, Maken-
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Anthony Luper, K~haila Maneiro,
JaQuarius Massaline, Jason
Mello, Joseph Meredith, Nicho-
las Miller, Blake Mitchell, Sa-
vannah Pate, Wyatt Patterson,
William Price, Cody Register,
Skylar Richter, Jackson Shelley,
Caleb Sloan, Heather Stephens,
Jaqueline Stewart, Kylan Swain,
Tiffany Terrell, Aidan Thomas,
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gaaman Dye, Ethan Edenfield,
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Luis Gamboa, Jasmine Garvin,
Jaleal Gibson, Zachary Hall,
Beau Harden, Hannah Hardesty,
Kaylin Hatfield, Lauryl Hinson,
Wendell Hodges, Casey Holland,
Austin Holley, Crystiana Hunter,
Dallas Jones, Trinity King, Clair
Kriser, Hallie Landon, Sydni Low-
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Travis Minton, Kristian Mitchell,
Shelby Newsome, Kayla O'Neal,
Faith Padgett, Juliann Padgett,
Kylee Rhodes, Catera Roulhac,
Austin Sapp, Blake Sheppard,
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Siran Stacy visits BCF























Siran Stacy autographed football memorabilia after speaking at The Baptist
College of Florida.

GRACEVILLE March 24, The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) hosted former University of Alabama
and NFL player Siran Stacy as guest speaker.
BCF faculty, staff, students and the local chapters
of Fellowship of Christian Athletes embraced Stacy
as he shared his personal testimony of the tragedy
involving the deaths of his wife and four of his children
when a drunk driver crossed an intersection and
struck his car in 2007.
A native of Geneva, Ala., Stacy became a running
back at the University of Alabama during college and
went on to play professional football for a short period of
time with the Philadelphia Eagles. Stacy spoke briefly
about his football career and one of the difficulties in
dealing with the loss of his oldest daughter since she
was an athlete, like him, and attended college on a
volleyball scholarship. He explained how he learned
to forgive the man who struck his van, and to forgive
himself. "We can't let what has happened to us keep us
from doing the tasks that God has put before us," stated Former University of Alabama and Philadelphia
Stacy. "No matter our circumstances, we must move Eagles football player Siran Stacy speaks at The
on and do God's work." Baptist College of Florida.


B
Section


"Ooo," "Oh no," "Oh me," "Ouch,"
"That hurts" that was sort of what I
was thinking as I read the opening
paragraphs of Jon Kent Walker's
article "Don't Waste the Grace,
Transforming Your Marriage God's
Way" in a Home Life magazine.
Jon tells of an incident that taught
his friend Mike a real lesson about
eternity in a rather brutal fashion.
You see, Mike was in hurry


because he had a doctor's
appointment and was already five minutes late.
He'd driven around the medical center's parking
lot at least three times and, like most of us, by now
his temper was beginning to flare from frustration.
Then it happened; he saw a lady walking from the
building to a parked car, so frantically he pulls up
behind her. Jon writes, "But after the woman got
into her car, she just sat there." Mike drummed his
fingers on the steering wheel, waiting for what he
thought was a reasonable amount of time. Yet the
woman didn't move. So he tapped his horn, hoping
she'd either start her car or wave him on. However,
the woman never looked up, which irritated Mike
even more. Then he heard a horn blow and looked
in his rear view mirror to see a car behind him.
No way are you getting this space, buddy, Mike
thought. So he laid loud and long on his own horn.
The woman looked up, and then even surprised
Mike by climbing out of her car and walking toward
him. He could see mascara running down her
cheeks, but before he could do or say anything, the
woman yelled, "Hey jerk, they just told me I have
six weeks to live, but I guess life goes on, huh?"
The lady then went back to her car and drove away.
Mike was so stunned and unnerved that he drove
on, giving up his parking space.
You see why I said, "Oh me" and "Ouch"?
Mike's encounter shows how wrong thoughts
can lead to wrong actions. Mike thought getting
a parking space was the most important thing at
that moment and that this woman was the problem
keeping him from his own agenda. But when
the woman came and spoke to him, her words
were a verbal slap in the face, revealing that his
agenda was insignificant and self-centered, for he
could now see her as a person who was far more
important than any parking space.
Jon drove his point home very well I think and
uses this incident with Mike to prove "perspective
is everything." It's a very good article as he points
out that most problems that pull marriages apart
are individuals' perspectives of the other person.
For we often argue over hairdos, dresses, or who
took out the trash last or washed the dishes, over
mud on the floor and weeds in the garden. In such
arguments, it's easy to start looking at your spouse
as a problem to get past. They seem to become the
roadblock to your own fulfillment; we see them as
the person that is sitting in a parking space keeping
you from your appointed destiny.
"Perspective Is everything," for the way we
think dictates the way we act, thus when we think
wrong, we're going to act wrong. As Jon says,
"If you think your spouse is a louse, then you're
going to act that way. If think of your spouse as
someone special, then you're going to act a whole
lot differently."
Now go with me just a little further with this
thought. How many times have you become
perturbed and upset because a cashier really didn't
seem interested in you as a person, an officer
or a nurse just didn't seem to acknowledge you
the way you thought they should, or maybe the
preacher or some one else at church did not greet
you properly? Remember again, "perspective is
everything." You see, you really don't know what
is taking place in their life. You see, they, or a child
or someone they love dearly might be dying or just
died, there might be what seems to them some
very serious problems at home, financially they
might be wondering how they will make it through
some great tragedy. Before we condemn them by
returning hostility for their brutal inattentiveness
to us and our agenda, think about it first. Maybe it
was you, not them, who had the wrong attitude. We
get so busy focusing on our appointments and our
agenda for life, how dare anyone to get in the way.
The way that we think is so important that the
apostle Paul consistently taught that our spiritual
transformation begins with the renewing of our
minds (Romans 12 and Colossians 3). We need a
whole new perspective so that we can begin to
see God's hand working in all areas of our lives.
Although God is concerned with our circumstances
and our happiness, His perspective is eternal. He is
more concerned about transforming us spiritually.
Paul told us to look at the things above and not at
things below.
The next time you get angry with your
companion for something that has no eternal
value, the next time the cashier does not seem to
smile and really acknowledge you as a person, the
next time look at it as an opportunity for you to
be the encourager, allow Christ to transform you
into seeing the person and the situation from His
perspective. "Perpective Is everything."

This message has been brought to you From
the Heart of Tim Hall, senior pastor; Gully Springs
Baptist Church, and author of "Church Go 'lb
Hell! Please?" RO. Box 745, 2824 Highway 90 West
Bonsfay, Florida 32425. Located three miles west
oz 2h iht at H gwa 79, 850-547-3920, e-mail


UMC g0If tourney
BONIFAY The second
annual United Methodist
Men's Golf Tournament
has been scheduled for
Saturday, April 18, at
Dogwood Lakes Country
Club in Bonifay.
Registration begins at
7 a.m. with a shotgun start
at 8 a.m. The entry fee of
$55 includes lunch, golf, tqo
muligans and "a throw."
Proceeds benefit the
"Helping Hands Ministry."
To register your four-
person group or sponsor a
hole for $25, contact Dan
Burdeshaw at 638-3243 or
Don Pearce at 638-3782.

Ministry needS
il0USe monoger
CHIPLEY I AM
Inn Ministry is in need
of a volunteer house
manager to help women
in transition. The position
is for five days and nights
with room and board
provided. Responsibilities
include supervising
residential facility,
mentoring residents and
providing opportunity for
spiritual growth. For more
information or to apply, call
Gretchen Tindell at 547-
3537 or 260-2087 or Becky
Huskey at 535-4824 or 726-


6056.

Otter C ek

Methodist sing
One Heart will be
singing at Otter Creek
Methodist Church at 7
p.m. Saturday, April 18
The church is four miles
north of Ponce de Leon off
Highway 81. Everyone is
invited '

Steak dinner benefit
New Bayview Church of
God of Prophecy will hold
a steak dinner benefit, at
5 p.m. Saturday, April 18.
All proceeds will be used
to help defer the medical
costs for the Rev. Herbert
Foskey. Foskey was
diagnosed with leukemia
and has been receiving
medical treatment from
Shands Hospital in
Gainesville. For more
information, call 956-1270,
547-9698 or 547-9026.

TOWn HallI for Hope
CHIPLEY Dave
Ramsey's Town Hall for
Hope will be broadcast
live at the First Baptist
Church in Chipley at 7
p.m. CDT Thursday, April
23. Town Hall for Hope
will broadcast live on the


Internet free of charge.
The public is invited to
attend.
Ramsey will discuss the
economy, your money and
how we, as a nation, will
recover from this stronger
than ever. Ramsey will
answer questions from
viewers across the country
by phone, e-mail, etc. For
more information about
Town Hall for Hope, visit
www.townhallforhope.com.

GOSpel sing
HARTFORD, Ala. -
Christian Home Freewill
Baptist Church will hold its
third Saturday gospel sing
at 7 p.m. April 18. Guest
singers will be Bluegrass
Singers. The church is on
County Road 69 about two
miles south of Hartford,
Ala. Terry Glover is pastor.
Call 3334-588-3106 for more
information.

NatIoala Day
of Prayer
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS -
" Stand in the Gap III"
is scheduled at 6 p.m.
Thursday, May 7, at Lake
DeEkniak in DeEkniak
Springs. For more
information, call 892-4737
or 892-2240 -


An anonymous person touched me more than a
writes, twenty years ago, I ~F~woman I picked up late one
drove a cab for a living. It August night.
was a cowboy's life, a life 45 I was responding to a call
for someone who wanted no from a small brick four-plex
boss. What I didn't realize .in a quiet part of town. I
was that it was also a assumed I was being sent to
ministry. Because I drove the pick up some party people or
night shift, my cab became LET YOUR someone who had just had a
a moving confessional. LIGHT SHINIE fight with a lover or a worker
Passengers climbed in, Wes Webb heading to an early shift at
sat behind me in total some factory in the industrial
anonymity and told me about their part of town. When I arrived at 2:30
lives. I encountered people whose a.m., the building was dark except
lives amazed me, ennobled me, and for a single light
made me laugh and weep. But none in a ground floor window. Under


such circumstances, many drivers
just honk once or twice, wait a
minute and then drive away.But I
had seen too many impoverished
people who depended on taxis as
their only means of transportation.
Unless a situation smelled of danger,
I always went to the door. This
passenger might be someone who
needs my assistance, I reasoned to
myself. So I walked to the door and
knocked.
"Just a minute," answered a
frail, elderly voice. I could hear

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"Wne Off SSerieS
MARIANNA -
The women's chorale
ensemble at Baptist
College of Florida will
perform at 4 p.m. on
Sunday, April 26, at
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church, 4362 Lafayette
St. A reception to meet
the artists immediately
will follow the concert.
Donations accepted for the
fine arts series.

Angel Food MinistrieS
New Smyrna Assembly
of God Church, host site
for Angel Food Ministries,
is taking ord rs for April.

Monday, April 13; delivery
will be Saturday, April 25.
Food Stamps (EBT) are
accepted.
call Sis Jle to5r4d7 559
between 8:30 a.m. and 1
p.m. Monday or from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday.
You can also mail in your
order to NSAG, 1849 Adolph
Whitaker Road, Bonifay,
FL 32425, as long as it is
received by the due date.
For more information
about Angel Food '
Ministries, go online and
visit the Web site: www.
angelfoodminitrie s.com.


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Be Happy With Your Life

|{ | could impart one bit of advice to anyone about life, it is
this: be happ with where you are and with what you are
doing at the present time. Life is so fleeting,and it does not
make us; we make it! Sometimes
it takes many years to come to
the total realization of what is
truly important in one's life, and
to be genuinely happy. However,
We Should all live each day know-
ing that this is the best time of
OU r eXiStence; not yeste rday nor
tomorrow, but rig ht now. And, I
don't mean to say that we should
not look fo rwa rd to to mo rrow, or
that we did not learn from yester-
day, but we should get up each
day and realize that this is the
day that the Lord has made.Today is our day, and it is up to
each of us to make the best of it! And although we should
not mind help from those around us to make our lives
more pleasant and content, we should not depend solely
on others to make us happy in lieu of our own efforts,and
perhaps more importantly, 0ur own outlook. Life is not
aWay SeaSy but perha s it should not alwa s be eas If
we have a good day, we should thank God, and realize that
more often, it is we who help to make it that way~and if it is
a bad day, we are to blame for that as well.

The Lord has done great things for us,and we are tilled with
joy. NIV Psalm 126:3


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something being dragged across
the floor. After a long pause, the
door opened. A small woman in
her 80s stood before me. She was
wearing a print dress and a pillbox
hat with a veil pinned on it, like
somebody out of a 1940s movie.
By her side was a small nylon
suitcase. The apartment looked as
if no one had lived in it for years.
All the furniture was covered with
sheets. There were no clocks on the
walls, no knickknacks or utensils
on the counters. In the corner was
a cardboard box filled with photos
and glassware.
"Would you carry my bag out
to the car?" she asked. I took the
suitcase to the cab and returned to
assist the woman. She took my arm
and we walked slowly toward the
curb. She kept thanking me for my
kindness. "It's nothing," I told her.
"I just try to treat my passengers
the way I would want my mother
treated." "Oh, you're such a good
boy," she said. When we got in the
cab, she gave me an address, then
asked, "Can you drive through
downtown?" "It's not the shortest
way," I answered quickly. "Oh, I
don't mind," she said. "I'm in no
hurry. I'm on my way to a hospice."
I looked in the rearview mirror.
Her eyes were glistening. "I
don't have any family left," she
continued. "The doctor says I don't
have very long." I quietly reached
over and shut off the meter. "What
route would you like me to take?"
I asked. For the next two hours,
we drove through the city. She


showed me the building where she
had once worked as an elevator
operator. We drove through the
neighborhood where she and her
husband had lived when they were
newlyweds. She had me pull up in
front of a furniture warehouse that
had once been a ballroom where
she had gone dancing as a girl.
Sometimes she'd ask me to slow
in front of a particular building or
corner and would sit staring into
the darkness, saying nothing. As
the first hint of sun was creasing
the horizon, she suddenly said, "I'm
tired. Let's go now."
We drove in silence to the
address she had given me. It
was a low building, like a small
convalescent home, with a
driveway that passed under a
portico. Two orderlies came out
to the cab as soon as we pulled
up. They were solicitous and
intent, watching her every move.
They must have been expecting
her. I opened the trunk and took
the small suitcase to the door,
The woman was already seated
in a wheelchair. "How much do
I owe you?" she asked, reaching
into her purse. "Nothing," I said.
"You have to make a living,"
she answered. "There are other
passengers," I responded. Almost
without thinking, I bent and gave
her a hug. She held onto me
tightly. "You gave an old woman
a little moment of joy," she said.
"Thank you."
I squeezed her hand, then
walked into the dim morning light.


Behind me, a door shut. It was
the sound of the closing of a life. I
didn't pick up any more passengers
that shift. I drove aimlessly, lost in
thought. For the rest of that day,
I could hardly talk. What if that
woman had gotten an angry driver,
or one who was impatient to end his
shift? What if I had refused to take
the run or had honked once, then
driven away?
On a quick review, I don't
think that I have done anything
more important in my life. We're
conditioned to think that our lives
revolve around great moments.
But great moments often catch us
unaware ... beautifully wrapped in
what others may consider a small
one.
There is not just one main
thought that I would like for you
to concentrate on or apply to your
life, but really the whole story.
Take the time to do something nice
for someone else. Help someone
in time of need. We have all heard
the saying, "Take time to stop
and smell the roses." I don't think
there is a sweeter smelling rose
that you could stop and smell
than one like this. "Be kindly
affectionate to one another with
brotherly love, in honor giving
preference to one another." (Rom.
12:10 NKJ)

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


I he Baptist College of Florida's College Winds
performed during the night of American Music.





BCF lllllR OI IllS


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The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) Women's
Ensemble and College
Winds will be in concert at
7 p.m. Thursday, April 23, in
the R.G. Lee Chapel.
Under the direction
of BCF professor Buford
Cox and accompanied by
Mrs. Linda Vaughn, the
smooth-sounding Women's
Ensemble has performed
in churches, high schools
and community colleges
throughout the Southeast.
They have been featured as
an exhibition choir for the
National Peanut Festival
in Dothan, Ala., and were
selected to sing for the
Florida conference of the
American Choral Direc-
tors Association last fall.
Their musical repertoire
consists of pieces ranging


from classical arrange-
ments, hymns, spirituals
and folk songs to contem-
porary choral art pieces.
The College Winds, di-
rected by professor Ron
Branning, are often featured
in BCF chapel services, spe-
cial emphasis performances
and multiple local events.
The combined instrumental
group has a strong range of
pieces that comprise tradi-
tional band literature, sacred
hymns and arrangements of
current worship songs. The
Winds will be featuring pa-
triotic music and selections
written by American com-
posers during the evening
concert.
For more information on
upcoming musical events,
contact 800-328-2660, ext.
427.


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley Pastor Is the Rev
Larry Brown
New Bethel AME U S 90 In Bonifay
Pastor Is Alice Hennessey
St John AME 3816 Clemmons
Road, Vernon Service on first and third
Sunday at 11 15 a m Pastor Is the Rev
Leon Singleton
St Joseph AME 1401 Monroe Shef-
field Road, Chipley Pastor Is the Rev
Roy Hudson
St Luke AME 4009 Jackson Com-
munity Road, Vernon Service on second
and fourth Sunday at 11 a m Pastor Is
the Rev Leon Singleton
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly 1009 S
Waukesha St Pastor Is John Chance
CarmelAssemblyofGod County
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 In the Kynesvlle
area Pastor Is Jerry Sanford
Ebro Assem bly of God State 79
South Pastor Is Lloyd Lykins
Falth Assembly dGod Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School
Pastor Is Charles Carlton
Graceville First Assembly of God
5565 Brown St Pastor Is Charles
Jackson
Lighthouse Assem bly of God, 1201
S Waukesha St (State 79) Bonifay
Sunday School 10 a m Sunday ser
vices 11 a m and 6 p m every second
Wednesday fellowship supper Pastor
Michad PdesI Assem bly of God 1923
Hwy 173, six miles north of Bonifay Pas-
torIs the Rev Ben Peters
Live Oak Assem bly of God Just off
Hwy 177 A north of Bonifay Pastor Is the
Rev William Walker
Mt Olive Assembly dGod Hwy
179- Aoff Hwy 2 Pastor Thomas Ealum

Mt Pleasant Assembly of God Hwy
179 A, eight miles north ofWestville
Pastor Is the Rev Clyde Sm ith
New Bethany Assembly of God
Shaky Joe Road just off Hwy 280 at
Hlnson'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 Assem bly of God 1062 Tlndel
Street, Noma Pastor Is Jerry Lelsz
Northside Assembly ofGod 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
Pastor Is Danny Burns
Westville Assembly of God Hwy 181
North Pastor Is Lavon Burke
Winterville Assem bly of God
Dogwood Lakes Road Pastor Mitch
Johnson
Baptist
Abigall 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
Bonifay 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
Hldle
Blue Lake Baptist Southeast corner
where |-10 and Highway 77 cross on
the lake
Bonifay First Baptist 311 N Wauke-
sha Pastor Shelley Chandler
Bonifay Free Will Baptist Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street
Pastor Is Tim Schnelder
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
The Fellowship at Country Oaks 574
Buckhorn Blvd 17 miles southeast of


Chipley dff Orange
East Pittman Freewill Baptist 1/2mle
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 Hlckory Hill
Road (Hwy 181 N), Westville
Holmes Creek Baptist Cope Road
northwest df Chipley
Holyneck Missionary Baptist 3395
Cemetery Lane, Campbellton Pastor
Richard Peterson Sr
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist 614
Bennett Drive, Chipley Price Wilson Is
pastor
Leonia Baptist Church Is located
In northwest Holmes County Pastor Is
Stacy Stafford
Lovewood Free Will Baptist 1745
Lovewood Road. Cottondale Pastor Is
Henry Matthews
Mt Ararat Missionary Baptist 1233
Old Bonifay Rd Chipley Pastor Is Dr
HG McCollough
Mt Zlon Independent Baptist Hwy2,
one mile west of Hwy 79 In Esto Pastor
Is Steve Boroughs
New Beginning Baptist 1049 Sand-
ers Ave, Gracevlle Pastor Is Rudolph
Dick Concord Free Will Baptist
James Paulk Road off Hwy 177 Pastor
James Carnley
New Hope Baptist Intersection of
Hwys 2 and 179A
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood
New Orange Baptist 782 Alford
Road Pastor Is Alcus Brock
New Prospect Baptist 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor Is Kermit
Solleau
New Zion Baptist Hwy 177 A north
d Hwy 2
Noma Baptist Hwy 175 north of
Hwy 2
Northside Baptist Intersection of
Hwys 81 and 90 In Ponce de Leon Pas-
tor Is Ken Harrison
Oakle Ridge Baptist Corner d
Orange Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads,
southeast of Chipley
Orange Hill Baptist 3 6 miles east of
Wausau, dff Ploneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road Pastor Phllip 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 df Chipley Pastor
Is Tim Owen
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist 1900
Pleasant Hill Rd
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist Poplar Head Road Pastor Is the
Rev James Pate
Poplar Springs Baptist 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville Pastor
John Howell
Salem Free Will Baptist 2555 Kynes-
vile Road (Hwy 276) between Cottondale
and Alford Pastor Is Donnie Hussey
Sand Hills Baptist 6758 Hwy 77 Pas-
tor Is T Keith Gann
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway l77 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 Pas-
torIs the Rev James Johns
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
Highway 177 A, Bonifay 547-3517 Pas-
tor 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 Marcell-
ous Willis Jr
Sunny Hills First Baptist 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd PastorIs Mike Swingle
Union Hill Baptist Hwy 177, a mle
south df Hwy 2 Pastor Is Maurice Jenkins
Unity Baptist 3274 River Road,
Hlnson's Crossroads Pastor Is Lindsey
Martin


Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church
St Vernon
West Bonifay Baptist 609 W Indlana
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
Pastor Is John Stamey
Tabernacle of Praise Church of
God Hwy 77 South Pastor Is Victor
Fisher
Church of God by Falth 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
Spirlt-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
Holrir Chapel Holiness Elght 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'sWitnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses 2048 Hwy 77, Chipley
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit-
nesses Hwy 90, Bonifay
Jewish
Temples are available In Dothan
and Panama City
Islam
Mosque available In Blountstown
Pentecostal
First United Pentecostal 1816 Hwy
90 W, Chipley Pastor Is James Caudle
First United Pentecostal 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville Pastor
Jason Campbell
Open Pond United Pentecostal
1885 Hwy 179-A, Westville Pastor
Is Ray
Connell
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle Hwy
77 between Sunny Hills and Green-
head Pastor Is Larry Willoughby
True Holiness Pentecostal 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro Pastor Is Louis
D Brown
Turning Point First United Pente-
costal Hwy 90 West, Chipley Pastor Is
James Caudle
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness
2201 Ploneer Road Pastor Is James
Bawilck
Fifth United Pentecostal Holliness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley Pas-
tor 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 Okla-
homa 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
Pastor 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 Hlnson
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 Pas-
tor Is the Rev Buddy Pennington
Vernon United Methodist Hwy 79
Pastor Is John Kramer
Wausau United Methodist Hwy
77
Presbyterian
Chipley First Presbyterlan Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue
Sunny Hills Presbyterlan 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
AsAma lng GraclewFaith Fae lwship
Bobby Tldwell
New Effort Church New Effort
Church Road, Bonifay Pastor Is Brent
Jones
Christian Haven Finch Circle,
Wausau Pastor Carlos Finch
Vernon Evangelistic Hwy 79 Pas-
tor Keith Mashburn
White Double Pond Pastor Is
Michael Monk
Liberty Church Creek Road In
Vernon Pastor Is Dennis Boyett
Graceville Community 1005 E
Prim Ave Pastor Dale Worle
The Word Church 335 Alford
Road, Cottondale Pastors are Buddy
and Jeanne Steele
Grace & Glory Worship Center
1328 Rallroad Ave Chipley Pastor Is
Debble Willilams
House of Prayer Worship Center
763 West Blvd Pastor Is Anthony B
McKinnie
Northwest Florida Christian
Church 4465 Hwy 77 (meets Sundays
at 6 p m for Bible study) Pastor Is
Fred King
Moss Hill Church Second and
fourth Sundays, 2 p m Off Hwy 279
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
Vernon Pastors are Willils 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 Mace-
donia Road Pastor Is James Vickery
Bonnett Pond Community Church
2680 Bonnett Pond Rd between
Wausau and Vernon Pastor Is the Rev
Teddy Joe Blas
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 Willils and Drucile Hagan
Bonifay House of Prayer 826 N
Caryville Rd Pastor Devon Richter
Sapp Holiness Church 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale
Falth Covenant Fellowship Hwy
277 half-mile south of 1-10
Caryville Evangelistic Center
Wright's Creek Road In Caryville, just
north of Hwy 90 Pastor Is Wayne
Brannon
Someone To Care International
Ministries, Inc 1705 Ploneer 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 Chuckwiagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10 30 a m
Pastor Is Larry Capan


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Obituaries


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Sitting, left to right, Don Brown, Owner, L.F.D.; Nina Brown, Owner; Jimmy Sasser, L.F.D.; stand-
ing, left to right, Ron Swanson, Funeral Attendant, Ryan Brown, Funeral Attendant, Harry Barton,
Pre-Need Counselor, Wanda Joyner, Funeral Attndant, Ronnie Miler, Funeral Attendant, Carolyn
Commander, Office Manager, Brandon Wilkes, Intern.

Serving The Area Over 40 Years!
Don and Nina Brown, Owners, and the staff of Brown Funeral Home, would like to
ask everyone to join us in welcoming back a native of Chipley, Florida, to the staff of
Brown Funeral Home. Jimmy Sasser, a native of Chipley, Florida, comes to us with a
vast amount knowledge of the Funeral Home Industry. Jimmy graduated from Chipley
High School in 1968. During his sophomore year of high school he started working at
Brown Funeral Home. After graduation he attended the Kentucky School of Mortuary
Science where he obtained his mortuary of science degree. Jimmy returned to Brown
Funeral Home and worked until he and his wife, opened and operated their own Funeral
Home, in Quincy, Florida for 20 years. Jimmy has been a Licensed Funeral Director
and Embalmer for 35 years. As well as owning and operated his own funeral home, he
has served as Regional Manager of the Loewen Group, and Vice President of Prime
Succession Group of Funeral Homes nationwide. Jimmy is the son of the late Pete Sasser
and Mary Clyde Sasser, Barber of Chipley, Fl. Jimmy is married to the former Mary Jo
Holley also a native of Chipley, Florida. They have two children Malissa Collins, of
Havana, Florida and Jimmy S. Sasser, Jr., also a Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer
in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. They also have four lovely grandchildren of which are three
grandsons and a granddaughter. Jimmy is grateful for the opportunity to return back to
his home town and be part of the Brown Funeral Home, which is owned by Don and Nina
Brown, they have been in business for the past 43 years serving the families Washington
County and all surrounding counties, with the upmost care and dignity in time of need.
Don and Nina were married in August of 1961 at the First Baptist Church, in Chipley,
Florida where they have remained active members for 47 years. Don and Nina along
with the staff will continue to serve the people, and be grateful to them for the trust
they entrusted in Brown Funeral Home for all these years. We will continue to offer Pre
Need services, with a licensed pre-need agent on the staff, which is required by the State
of Florida.,, to take care of all pre-need, funded or non-funded arrangements you wish
to make. We offer full funeral arrangements, cremation and after care as well. We have
two facilities to serve you at your time of at need, as well as a staff with a combined
experience of over 100 plus years.


See Page B9 for more obituaries


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Local


Wednesday, April 15, 2009


lowhship Hall, Chipley.
bral60 .m.-Wausau Li-
2 p.m. Hospice of the
Emerald Coast grief sup-
port group, held at Jackson
County Public Library, 2929
Green Street, Marianna.
3 p.m. Vernon Gar-
den Club meeting.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each W~esday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m. TOPS meet-
ing, held at Mt. Olive Bap-
tist Church, located three
miles north of Bonifay on
Hwy. 79
8 p.m. Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed 11tinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held at New Hope Volun-
teer Fire Station, Highway
2 in Holmes County.
THIRD FR IDAY
CLOSED: Wausau Li-
brary
8a~m.-5 p.m. -Holmes
County Library open.
1-6 p.m. Vernon Li-


brary open .
pl9*30 am.-1 p.m. -Chi-
10 a.m.-noon Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and so-
cialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches
for reservations call 638
6217, donations accepted.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
THIRD SATURDAY
CLOSED: Wausau Li-
brary, Chipley Library,
Vernon Library
8 a.m.-noon Holmes
County Library open.
8 p.m. Alcohol-
ics Anonymous meeting,
held at Bonifay Methodist
Church, Oklahoma Street
Bonifay.
TH IRD SUNDAY
8 p.m. Alcohol-
ics Anonymous meeting,
held in the board room at
Graceville-Campbellton
Hospital in Graceville.


THIRD WEDNESDAY
CLOSED: Wausau Li-
brary.
8 a~m. to 5 p.m. Hol-
mes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Ver-
non Library open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Hol-
mes Council on Aging pro-
vides hot meals and social-
ization. .
11 a.m. Washmngton
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon Bomifay Ki-
wanis Club weekly meet-
ing, held at Simbo's Res-
taurant in Bonifay
1 p.m. Line dancing,
Washington Council on Ag-
ing in Chipley
7 p.m. Depression
and Bipolar Support
Group-meets at First Bap-
tist Church educational an-
nex building in Bonifay. Call
547-4397.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Ponce de Leon Method-
ist Church, Main Street in


Timothy David Shane
Whitehead, 22, passed away
April 5 in Graceville. He was
born on January 16, 1987 to
Patricia Whitehead Williams
and Russell Whitehead and
was known as his mother's
"Red on the Head." He
was self-employed in lawn
maintenance.
His grandmother, Janice
A. Cartwright, preceded
him in death.
Survivors include his
father, Russell Whitehead
and wife, Cindy, of
Cottonwood, Ala.; his
mother, Patricia Williams
of Montgomery, Ala.;
grandparents Bill and


Missy Meeks, of Arkansas
and Russell and Inez
Whitehead, of Cottonwood;
brothers, Ryan Meeks
and Cody Williams, both
of Graceville; sisters,
Lacey Meeks of Graceville
and Nikki Britton of
Cottonwood. a niece and
nephew; three aunts; an
uncle and a host of cousins
and special friends.
Memorialization
was by cremation with
McKinnie Ekneral Home of
Campbellton in charge of
arrangements. A memorial
service for Mr. Whitehead
will be held at a later date.
Graceville.


Loys Rogers Phillips,
78, of Bonifay passed away
April 5 at Flowers Hospital
in Dothan, Ala. She was
born March 11, 1931 in
Caryville to Clyde Smitson
and Sarah Elizabeth French
Rogers.
In addition to her
parents, her husband
Vaughn Phillips preceded
her in death. She was
survived by three sons,
Hulon Carnley and wife
Judy of Cleveland, Tenn.,
Junior Carnley and his
wife Magaline and Lewis
Carnley and his wife
Wanda, all of Bonifay;
four daughters, Elizabeth


Sawyer and her husband
Wayne of Bonifay, Marie
Carnley of Bainbridge, Ga.,
Elaine Harcus of Caryville,
Regina Redmon and her
husband Phillip of Ponce
de Leon; three brothers,
Leamon Rogers and his
wife Ethel, Franklin Rogers
and his wife Elaine, all
of Caryville, and Jimmy
Rogers and his wife Brenda
of Bonifay; two sisters,
Helen Mancill and husband
Gerald and Margaret Harris
and husband Melvin, all of
Bonifay; 15 grandchildren
and 21 great-grandchildren.
EAneral services were
held April 8, at Union
Pentecostal Holiness
Church with the Rev
Michael Goodson officiating
and Harold Pitts assisting.
Interment followed in
Sellers Cemetery with Peel
General Home directing.


Lurine "Lucy" Larson,
76, of Americus, Ga.,
died April 2 at Sumter
Regional Hospital. She
was born Feb. 7, 1933 in
Washington County to
William Henry Forehand
and Jessie Mae Thames
Forehand. She was a
retired seamstress
who was employed by
Gertrude Davenport for
35 years. After she retired
she worked at Ryans
Steakhouse.
Survivors include
three daughters and two
sons-in-law, Sheila and
Jimmy Chandler of Owens
Cross Roads, Ala., Diane
and Dennis Smith and
Shirley Rutherford, all
of Americus; four sisters
and a brother-in-law,
Dorothy Chestnut and
Lois Kelly, both of Bonifay,
Geraldine and John

Lessie V. Wootton


Olsen of Charlestown,
R.I. and Ethel M. Grant
of Wetumpka, Ala.; eight
grandchildren and 11
great grandchildren.
Graveside services
were held April 5 at
the Bonifay Cemetery
in Bonifay with Greg
Hancock EAneral
Chapel in charge of the
arrangements
In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be
made to the American
Lung Association, Suite
B, 4570 Reese Road,
Columbus, Georgia 31907,
or the Susan G. Komen
for the Cure, Attn: Gift
Management Services,
5005 LBJ Freeway, Suite
250, Dallas, TX 75244.
You may sign the on-
line guest book at www.
gre ghanco ckfuneralcha-
pel.com.


Lessie V Wootton, 81, of Daleville,
passed away late Sunday afternoon,
March 29, at the North Florida Nursing
and Rehabilitation Center in Graceville,
following an extended illness. She was
born Jan. 24, 1928 in Holmes County to
the late Henry and Mary Ellen Lolley
Worley. She married Harold Wootton, who
served in the Army until his retirement.
After retirement, he and Lessie moved to
Daleville, where they lived for the past 25
years. She was a schoolteacher for many
years and enjoyed sewing and crochet. At
the age of 65, she received a Certificate of
Completion from the Washington-Holmes
Vocational Center after two years of
schooling in Horticulture. She was also
a lifelong member of the East Mt. Zion
Un edd Me o ios hur a nts, two sisters,


Annie Bea Kirkland and Ollie Jordan,
precede her in death.
Survivors include a daughter and
son-in-law, Pat and Ed Peters, Havana;
a brother and sister-in-law, Homer and
Joyce Worley, Graceville; two sisters and a
brother-in-law, Gladys Lolley of Southport
and Lizzie and Gordon Tower, Geneva,
Ala. and several nieces and nephews also
survive.
EAneral services were held April 1
at the East Mt. Zion United Methodist
Church with Pastor Charlie Newman
officiating. Burial followed in the church
cemetery with Shepard Ekneral Home of
Hartford directing.
Memorial contributions may be
made to East Mt. Zion United Methodist
Chou ,3 54920Highway 173, Graceville,


Sarah Nell Fielding Tindell, 84, of
Bonifay passed away April 4 at her home.
She was born Sept. 6, 1924 to Ivey and
Agnes Fielding in Bonifay.
In addition to her parents, she was
preceded in death by her husband, Lee
Junior Tindell, infant daughter, Ruby
Nell Tindell, an infant great-great-
granddaughter, and a brother Ren
Fielding.
She is survived by one son and
daughter-in-law, James 'Bud' and
Gretchen Tindell and one daughter and
son-in-law, Sue and Paul Strickland, all
of Bonifay; two brothers, Harold Fielding
and his wife Serena of Ft. Walton Beach


and Rex Fielding of Shreveport, La.;
four sisters, Bobbie Miller and Betty
Hutchinson, both of Bonifay, Ann Barnard
of Tulsa, Okla. and Marlyne Wilson and
her husband Gary of Pace; one sister-
in-law, Pauline Tindell Smith and her
husband Charles of Bonifay; seven
grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren,
two great-great-grandchildren and
numerous nieces and nephews.
General services were held April 7 at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church with the Revs.
John Taylor and Alan Dias officiating.
Interment followed in Mt. Olive Church
Cemetery with Peel Ekneral Home
directing.


Lavon Arnold Myers, 72, of Bayou
George, died April 6 at the Campbellton-
Graceville Hospital following a brief
illness.
Myers was a carpenter by trade and
was self-employed for many years in
Panama City before retiring and moving
to Bayou George. He was a member of
Bear Creek Assembly of God Church.
His wife Emily Woodham Myers
preceded him in death in January 2009.
Survivors include two daughters, Joyce
Kmight and husband Larry of Slocomb,
Ala., Deborah Keys and husband Earl
of Peach Bottom, Penn.; two brothers


Dwayne and wife Judy, Steve and half-
brother Gene and wife Peggy, of N.
Wilkesboro, NC; a sister Betty Mumford
of Panama City, two half-sisters Janice
Hall and Darlene Myers of Phenix
City, Ala.; four grandchildren; six great
grandchildren; several aunts, uncles,
nieces, nephews and special friends.
General services were April 9, in
the funeral home chapel with Sister
Samantha Brogdon and Sister Frances
Dudley officiating. Burial followed in
Hurricane Creek Cemetery with James
& Lipford Ekneral Home in Graceville
directing.


1068 Main Street 912 Brickyard Road
Chipley, Florida Chipley, Florida
(850) 638-4010 (850) 638-1393


Ponce de Leon.
THIRD THURSDAY
CLOSED: Vernon Li-
brary
7:30 a.m. Washing-
ton County Chamber of
Commerce breakfast.
8 a~m. -Holmes Coun-
ty Library open.
9 a~m.-6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-noon -Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socializa-
tion.
10 a.m.-2 p.m. The
Vernon Historical Soci-
ety M/useum is open to the
public Wednesdays from 10
a.m. till 2 p.m. and meetings
are the fourth Wednesday
of the month at 2 p.m.
10:30-11 a.m. Chi-
pley Library preschool
storytime.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly Fel-


THIRD MONDAY
CLOSED: Holmes
County Library, Wausau
Library, Vernon Library.
9 a~m.-6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Hol-
mes Council on Aging
provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
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
Avenue, apartment one, in
Chipley. Call Emma or Jess
at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic
Lodge #144, Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy.
177A, Bonifay.


THIRD TUESDAY
8a~m.-5 p.m. -Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Vernon
Library open.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
11 a~m Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly Fel-
lowhship Hall, Chipley.
5:30p.m. Chipley
Downtown Merchants As-
sociation, 827 Main Street
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each 'lIesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m. -Holmes Coun-
ty School Board meeting.
8 p.m. Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed 'It~inity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous, First Presby-
terian Church, Chipley.


Timothy Whitehead


Loys R. Phillips


Lurine Larson


Sarah N. Tintlell


Lavon A. Myers





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Enrollment for the 2009 Direct and
Counter-cyclical Payment (DCP) Pro-
gram for farms with base acres is under-
way both online and at local USDA Service
Centers and will continue until June 1.
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assigned center to complete their 2009
DCP contract.
The June 1, deadline is mandatory for
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Gracteville Spring Festival
GRACEVILE The Graceville Garden
Club will host its inaugural Spring Fes-
tival in downtown Graceville on April 18
from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Vendors and enter-
tainment for all ages will be available at
the Dollars for Scholars fundraiser. Any
vendor interested in reserving a space or
for more information, call (850) 263-2507.


Barbara Helen Syfrett, 84, of Chipley
passed away April 2 at Northwest
Florida Community Hospital in Chipley.
She was born Oct. 18, 1924 in Vernon to
Coy and Ruth Evans Hightower.
In addition to her parents she was
preceded in death by her husband
Eugene H. Syfrett. Survivors include
two sons and daughters-in-law, Gary
and Rhonda Syfrett of Ashville, N.C.,
and Karl and Vicki Syfrett of Chipley;
two daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara
and Boyce Hodge of Rutherfordton,
N.C. and Gwen and Jerry Rasmussen


of Tallahassee; two brothers, John
and wife Lucille Hightower of Bonifay,
and Bob Hightower of Vernon; two
sisters, Kitty and husband Dolphus
Crosby of Freeport and Hattie and
husband Randy Gilmore of Crestview;
eight grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
General service was held April 6, in
the funeral home chapel with the Rev.
Nixon Miller officiating. Interment
followed in Barrancas National
Cemetery in Pensacola with Peel
General Home of Bonifay directing.


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pla nt & plow-it g ulde.


Earl Glen Rooks, 83, of Chipley passed
away April 3 at Bay Medical Center in
Panama City. He was born Oct. 3, 1925
in Washington County to Earl Gaskin
and Wilma (Gainer) Rooks. He was a
member of the VFW, Vernon Post. He was
of the Methodist Faith and a member of
the Orange Hill United Methodist Church
in Chipley.
Survivors include his wife of 56 % 2
years, Ann Rooks, of Chipley; one son,


Michael Rooks, of Atlanta, Ga.; one sister,
Evelyn Rooks Weir, of Cullowhee, N.C.
EAneral services were held April 5 at
the Orange Hill United Methodist Church
with the Rev. Ron Alderman, officiating.
Interment followed in the Orange Hill
United Methodist Church Cemetery with
Brown Ekneral Home directing.
In lieu of flowers, the family request
that donations be made to the Orange Hill
Methodist Church Cemetery EAnd.


Eugene Buster Cady, 81, of East Point,
Ga. was a native of Washington County.
He passed away on March 18 in South
E~lton Medical Center in Atlanta, Ga. He
as of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include a sister, Joyce
Marie Smith of Atlanta; several nieces,
nephews, cousins, other relatives and


Services were held March 28 in the
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist Church
of Chipley with the Revs. Price Wilson,
James Johns, Larry Brown and Earl
Cooke officiating. Interment followed in
the church cemetery with Cooper Ekneral
Home of Chipley directing.


Dennie Clark Holten, 54, of Bonifay
passed away at his residence April 2.
He was born Nov. 25, 1954 in Fort Sill,
Okla.
His father, Ralph Fredrick Holten Jr,
preceded him in death.
He was survived by his mother,
Elizabeth Stella Jacobs Holten of
Bonifay; one son, Matthew Lee Holton


of Columbia, S.C.; one daughter, Rachel
Holten of Columbia; two brothers, Ralph
Holten of Bonifay and Rickie Holten of
Eastover, S.C.; one sister, Julia Rozella
Rowe of Bonifay and two grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
at Caryville Baptist Church.
Memorialization by cremation with Peel
General Home handling arrangements.


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Obituaries

Willie M. Mclendon
Willie Mae McLendon, 79, of Chipley grandchildren and many other relatives
passed away April 2 at her home. Native and friends.
of Washington County, she was a member Ekneral service was held April 11 at
of Johnson Temple FBC where she the Johnson Temple FBC with Junior
served in many capacities. She graduated Bishop Willie Potter, Bishop S.J. Williams
from Roulhac High School and was a Bishop J.C. Howard and the Rev. Price
beautician for many years. Wilson officiating. Interment followed in
Survivors include a son, Willie Smith of the church cemetery with Cooper Elneral
Chipley; 10 grand children, seven great- Home of Chipley directing.

Barbalra H. Syfrett


Earl G. Rooks


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Eugene B. Cady


Dennie C. Holten


Mary Stacey
Mary Stacey, 88, of
Bonifay passed away
AprHl 4 at hr home92S~hen

Pace to Wright Chavers
and Minnie (Coleman)
Chavers. She was of
the Baptist faith and a
mem er of Shiloh Baptist

She is survived by her
husband Arthur C. Stacey
oBonifaa; on eson, Bill

of Albemarle, N.C.; one
sister, Jessie Chavers
of Pensacola; three
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
Services were held April
6at Shiloh Baptist Church
with Rev. Gary Wiggins
officiating. Interment will
follow at Shiloh Cemetery
with Brown Ekneral Home
directing.


Thomas W. Miller
Thomas Wesley
Miller, 77, of Bonifay,
pssoed awayuMs cha3n0d
Rehab Center in Bonifay.
He was the son of the
late Franklin Miller and
the late Clellie (Knight)
Miller.
Survivors include
his wife Nadova (Keith)
Miller; stepdaughter,
Carolyn Hartford and
husband Jeff, of Flowery
Branch, Ga.: three sons,
Keith Wesley Miller and
wife Stacey, of Bonifay,
Thomas Franklin Miller
and wife Mariah and
Dennis Gerald Miller,
all of Conyers, Ga.;
one brother, William
Lee Miller and wife
Sue, of Conyers; 11
grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
A memorial
service was held at
Winterville Assembly
of God Church April 4
with the Rev. Danny
Carnley officiating.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Sims
EAneral Home, Inc.,
Bonifay in charge of
arrangementS.


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DEATH IS BARRED. PO. Box 700
The date of first publica- Bonifay, FL 32425 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
tlon of this Notice Is April Telephone: (850) 547-4625 OF THE FOURTEENTH
es a 8, 2009. Fax: (850) 547-9702 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INAND
Attorney for Person Giving Personal Representative: FOR HOLMES COUNTY
ANDUCEEN5- Notlce: Olivia Martin FLORIDA
1100 Legal Advertising Bonnle K. Roberts 2910 Martin Lane PROBATE DIVISION
1110 Classified Notices Attorney Bonifay, Florida 32425 CASE NO.: 08CP000083
1120 Public Notices/ Florida Bar No. 0273996 As published In the IN RE: ESTATE OF
Announcements Post Office Box 700 Holmes County HAL DEAN PETERSON,
110-Adoptionss Bonifay, FLorida 32425 Times-Advertiser April 8, Deceased.
1150 Perpsponas Telephone: (850) 547-4625 15, 2009.
1160 -Lost Fax: (850) 547-9702 AEDDNTC O
1170- Found As published In the CREDITORS
SHolmes County The administration of the
aa ~Times-Advertiser April 8, INTECRUTCUTestate of Hal Dean Peter-
1100 ~ 15, 2009. FRHLECONY son, deceased, File Num-
FLORIDA PROBATE DIVI-be08P083 spn-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SINIng In the Circuit Court for
FOR HOLMES COUNTY Fl o: 92P Holmes County, Florida,
FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FIlN RE: ESTATE O Probate Division, the ad-
PROBATE DIVISION FOR HOLMES COUNTY DON WILLIAMSO dress of which Is Holmes
File No. 09-029PR FLORIDA HESMN WLIM County Courthouse, at
Division Probate PROBATE DIVISION DeceMased Post Office Box 397, Bonl-
IN RE: ESTATE OF LOUIE File No. 09-28PR easd fay, Florida 32425. The
BUSTER MILLS Division Probate NTCTOREIRS names and addresses of
Deceased. IN RE: ESTATE OF JAMES NThCe amnsrto n of theO the personal representa-
SILVANIUS MARTIN Ill TestatofDmnsrton Wilam iv n the pesnl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased Hersmat n deceamse representative's attorney
(Summary Administration) NOTICE TO CREDITORS whose ate o death was are set forth below.
TO ALL PERSONS HAV- The administration of the Decsembaer 10, 2008, s All creditors of the dece-
ING CLAIMS OR DE- estate of James Silvanlus peemendn in, the8 CIrc dent and other persons,
MANDS AGAINST THE Martin Ill, deceased, Coutn for Holes Corunty who have claims or de-
ABOVE ESTATE: whose date of death was Flourid Por obates Dvson mands against decedent's
You are hereby notified December 6, 2008, Is theid adroaes of which i estate, Including
that an Order of Summary pending In the Circuit PO. Bdrsox 397h BoIfa un-matured, contingent or
Administration has been Court for Holmes County, Florida 32425 Thenlames unliquidated claims and
entered In the estate of Florida, Probate Division, anrdaddresse ofthepmer- who have been served a
Loule Buster Mills, de- the address of which Is soald arepresenftatie and copy of this notice, must
ceased, File Number 201 N. Oklahoma Street, th~a rer aIv ant file their claims with this
09-029PR, by the Circuit Bonifay, Florida 32425. the tive sp sonal repreenoda- Court WITHIN THE LATER
Court for Holmes County, names and addresses of blelo atorney are set ot OF THREE (3) MONTHS
Florida, Probate Division, the personal representa- blw. AFTER THE DATE OF THE
the address of which s tive and the pesnlAll creditors of the dece-FISPULCTO OF
201 North Oklahoma representative's attorney dent and other persons THIS NOTICE ORTHIRTY
Street, Bonifay, Florida; aresetforthbelow. having clae sorndemands (30) DAYS AFTER THE
that the decedent s date of All creditors of the dece- against deeets estate DATE OF SERVICE OF A
death was January 1, dent and other persons on whom a copy of this COPY OF THIS NOTICE
1982; that the total value of having claims ordemands noticed requiredfilto tbe ON THEM.
the estate Is less than against decedent's estate s'ved must feth ei All other creditors of the
$1,000.00 and that the on whom a copy of this WITTNs wTE LThi RFu3 decedent and other per-
names and addresses of notice Is required to be MOTHNTHS AFTER THE sons who have claims or
those to whom It has been served must file their TMEOF THE FIERST PU demands against the
assigned by such order claims with this cutLCTION OF THE IRST NO dcdetsesae cu-
are: WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 TICKET OR 30 DAS AFTE Ing un-matured, contingent
Name Address MONTHS AFTER THE THCE DAT OF DAS ERVC or unliquidated claims,
Elton Mills TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- T DE SRI must file their claims with
Sunland Center LOCATION OF THIS NO- OF AOCNOPYEOMF THIS NO- this Court WITHIN THREE
Marlanna Flolrda TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER AllE oth d fth (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
Kathleen Mills THE DATE OF SERVICE decedehenrt cdtor of te DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
1058 Tlndell Street OF A COPY OF THIS heedn can oer pder- LICATION OF THIS NO-
Bonifay Florida 32425 NOTICE ON THEM. sonsdsaving cliseoent s TICE.
Larry Mills Sr. All other creditors of the mand agal sth laeen ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
368 White Oak Road decedent and other per- estate must letelr c Ims FILED WILL BE FOREVER
Slocomb, Alabama sons having claims or de- wit~h t~hiscor TWRTHITN BARRED.
Gerald W. Mills mands against decedent's DTOFIRTPBCA NOTWITHSTANDING THE
1737 Pinedale Terrace estate must file their claims DTIO OF THIRS NOTICE- TIME PERIODS SET
Lake Placid, Florida with this court WITHIN 3 TINOT I -IE FORTH ABOVE, ANY
ALL INTERESTED PER- MONTHS AFTER THE NOTWITHSTANDING THE CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
SONS ARE NOTIFIED DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- TIME PERIOD SET FORTH YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THAT: LOCATION OF THIS NO- A OVE, NCS IMM LD THE DECEDENT'S DATE
All creditors of the estate TICE. T (2) YA O R OF DEATH IS BARRED.
ers nshe I imsnanod W HCNLA S NIOTE FIE AF ERRE E D E E NT' The date of the firs pb l
demands against the es- ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- ThRe dato b April 8, 2009.
tate of the decedent other TION 733.702 OF THE Th ae o first p Ilca- J. Lorriane Bytell, Esq.
than those for whom provl- FLORIDA PROBATE CODE t2o 90f this notice Is April 8 Ramey & Bytell Attorneys
slon for full payment was WILL BE FOREVER 20 1250 Circle Drive
madein the Order of Sum- BARRED. Attorney for Personal Rep- DeFunlak Springs, Florida
mary Administration must NOTWITHSTANDING THE reoseentalvheam 32435
file their claims with this TIME PERIODS SET Je.hmers (850) 892-2108 Phone
court WITHIN THE TIME FORTH ABOVE, ANY Attorey~forNP 15ine (850) 892-2192 Fax
PERIODS SET FORTH IN CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Foi B N 031 Fla. Bar No.0467766
SECTION 733.702 OF THE YEARS OR MORE AFTER Johnston Hinesley Flowers Attorney for Personal Rep-
FLORIDA PROBATE THE DECEDENT'S DATE Cenney Turner .C resentative
CODE. OF DEATH IS BARRED. POthBoxA 26 303 Estate of Hal Dean Peter-
ALL CLAIMS AND DE- The date of first publica- Dta 3-11abama36 son
MANDS NOT SO FILED tron of this notice April 8, (334) 79-15Marilyn Roseann Peterson
WILL BE FOREVER 2009. Personal Representative 14010 261st Avenue
BARRED. Attorney for Personal Rep- mFnesG.Hran Zimmerman, MN 55398
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY resentative: Bon2 if Fwraa 3242 Personal Representative
OTHER APPLICABLE TIME Bonnie K. Roberts As layubFloishda nthe As published In the
PERIOD, ANY CLAIM Attorney for Olivia Martin Hopulmps e Con th Holmes County
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR Florida Bar No. 0273996 Homs Cut Times-Advertiser April 8,
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Summary Final Judgment (727) 536-4911 SEALED BIDS
of Foreclosure entered on (727) 539-1094 The Holmes County Board
February 2, 2009, and the As published In the of Commissioners will ac-
Order Rescheduling Holmes County cept separate sealed bids
Foreclosure Sale entered Times-Advertiser April 15, for the following: Bridge
on April 3, 2009, In this 22, 2009. piling and other bridge
cause, In the Circuit Court materials. All bids must be
of HOLMES County, Flor- marked "Bridge Bld" and
Ida, I will sell the property PUBLIC AUCTION submitted on the Bld Form
situated In HOLMES provided by the County
County, Florida, describes THE FOLLOWING VEHI- Commissioner Office, 201
as: CLE WILL BE SOLD AT N Oklahoma St, Bonifay,
BEGINNING AT THE SE PUBLIC AUCTION AT FL 32425 no later than
CORNER OF NW %/ OF EASTERN DIESEL & 3:00 p.m. on Wednesdaay,
NE %/ OF SECTION 28, AUTO WRECKER SERV- May 13, 2009 at which
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, ICE, INC. 2005 SWAUKE- time the bids will be
RANGE 17 WEST, IN SHA BONIFAY, FL AT 8:00 opened In a Public Meet-
HIGHWAY #81, ANDRUN- A.M. ON 4-29-09 FOR Ing in the County Admin-
NING WEST 44 FEET TO TOWING AND STORAGE. Istrator s Office. Bid Infor-
WEST BOUNDARY LINE V IN # matron, bid form and plc-
OF HIGHWAY #81, JH2RC2001EMOO7203 tures can be downloaded
THENCE NORTH 56 DE- 84 Honda- MC online at www.
GREES 45' WEST ALONG Sherry B. Hughes holmescountyfl.org or may
SAID HIGHWAY LINE 6521 JohnMcMurria Rd be picked up at the
346.2 FEET FOR THE Arlington, GA. Holmes County Board of
POINT OF BEGINNING. EASTERN DIESEL AND Commissioner's office.
THENCE RUN SOUTH 33 AUTO WRECKER SERV- Contact Sherry Fitzpatrick
DEGREES 15' WEST 210 ICE, INC at 850-547-1119 for more
FEET THENCE NORTH 56 As published In the Information. Holmes
DEGREES 45' WEST PAR- Holmes County County Is an Equal Op-
ALLEL WITH HIGHWAY Times-Advertiser April 15, portunity Employer and re-
#81, 200 FEET, THENCE 2009. serves the right to accept
NORTH 33 DEGREES 15' o eetayo l isi
EAST 210 FEET TO THE deems to be In the best In-
WEST BOUNDARY LINE PUBLIC HEARING testothctznsf
OF HIGHWAY #81, The Holmes County Board Holmes Countyy
THENCE SOUTHEAST- of Commissioners wll holdAspbshd nte
ERLY 200 FEET TO POINT a Public Hearing on Tues- Holmes County
OF BEGINNING. SAID day, April 28, 2009 beginn- Times-Advertiser April 15,
PARCEL ALSO KNOWN Ing at 6:00 p.m. to discuss 22, 2009.
AS LOTS 43 AND 44 the Issue of revoking a
NORTH SIDE SUBDIVI- franchise agreement with
SION OF PONCE DE Family Refuse for garbage
LEON, HOLMES COUNTY, services In Holmes
FLORIDA. County. The meeting will*
a/k/a 2814 N. HIGHWAY be held, In the County |1 1110
81, PONCE DE LEON, FL Commissioner's Meeting
32455 Room locatedIn the Emer- 11 "I
at public sale, to the agency Management Build- COLOR SELLS!
highest and best bidder, ing, 107 Virginla Avenue, Get Your Classified Ad
for cash, front steps of the Bonifay, FL 32425. For ad- In
Holmes County Court- dltional Information con-i COLOR!.
house, 201 North Okla- tact 850-547-1119. Call now for details
homa Street, Bonifay, As published In the anbeotcd
HOLMES County, Florida, Holmes County I1 638-0212
at 11:00 o'clock a.m., on Times-Advertiser April 15, or
May 14, 2009. 22, 2009. 547-9414
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from
the sale, If any, other than Public Sale
the property owner as of
the date of the Ils pendens Tharp & Sons Mint Stor-
must file a claim within 60 age In Bonifay will hold a Y
days after the sale. sale on these units for
Dated at BONIFAY Flor- non-paymnet. Tenants will f
Ida, this 9 day of April, have until 5/1/09 to pay In
2009. full, No checks. Sale date w
Cody Taylor will be announced at a lat- E Alns
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DeputyClerk2. James McCrackln 2110 Pets: Free 10
Douglas C. Zahm, PA. 3. Jennifer PittS Good Home
1828120 U.S. Hwy. 19 N., Im pblished inoutnhty PO- I pies/
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT April, 2009.
OF THE FOURTEENTH Any person claiming an In-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF terest In the surplus from
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, the sale, If any, other than
IN AND FOR HOLMES the property owner as of
COUNTY the date of the Ils pend-
CIVIL DIVISION ens, must file a claim
CASE NO. 08-531-CA within 60 days after the
BRANCH BANKING AND sale.
TRUST COMPANY, Witness, my hand and seal
Plaintiff, of this court on the 1 day
vs. of April, 2009.
ALINE LABAZE THE UN- CLERK OF CIRCUIT
KNOWN SPOUSE OF COURT
ALINE LABAZE: IF LIVING, By Diane Eaton
INCLUDING ANY UN- Deputy Clerk
KNOWN SPOUSE OF THIS INSTRUMENT PRE-
SAID DEFENDANTSS, IF PARED BY
REMARRIED, AND IF DE- Law Offices of Daniel C.
CEASED, THE RESPEC- Consuegra
TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, 9204 KingPalm Drive
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, Tampa, FL 33619-1328
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, Phone: 813-915-8660
LIENORS, AND TRUS- Attorneys for Plaintiff
TEES, AND ALL OTHER In accordance with the
PERSONS CLAIMING BY, American with Disabilities
THROUGH, UNDER OR Act of 1990, persons need-
AGAINST THE NAMED Ing special accommo-
DEFENDANT(S); REEDY dation to participate In this
CREEK CROSSING PROP- proceeding should contact
ERTYOWNERSASSOCIA- the ASA Coordinator no
TION INC; WHETHER DIS- later than seven (7) days
SOLVED OR PRESENTLY prior to the proceedings. If
EXISTING, TOGETHER hearing Impaired, please
WITH ANY GRANTEES, call (800) 955-8771 (TDD)
ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, or (800) 955-8770 (volce),
LIENORS, OR TRUSTEES via Florida Relay Service.
OF SAID DEFENDANTS) As published In the
AND ALL OTHER PER- Holmes County
SONS CLAIMING BY, Times-Advertiser April 8,
THROUGH, UNDER, OR 15, 2009.
A GA IN S T
DEFENDANTS). IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
DEEDefnant(s) OF THE FOURTEENTH
Defedan~s)JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
NOTICEFSALE FOR HOLMES COUNTY
Notice Is hereby given FLRIAS N 0-047C
that, pursuant to a Final C..ASNO.8-0067CA
Sumnpary Judgment of US AK ..
Foreclosure entered In the Plaintiff
above-styled cause, In the COE .GLOA
Circuit Court of Holmes CRYA ALWY
County, Florida, I will sell UNKOWNY SPUS GLOF
the property situate In CRYA ALWY
Holmes County, Florida, adalukonprls
describes as: claiming by, through, un-
Lot 53, Reedy Creek der or against the herein
Crossing, more particularly namedo Defndan ts who d
described as follows: arnokowtobded
COMMNCE t te Soth-or alive, whether said un-
east corner of the North- known parties claim as
west% 1 of the Northwest%/ heirs, devisees, grantees
of Sctio 7, ownsip 4assignees, Ilenors, credl-
North, Range 16 West of tors, trustees, spouses, or
Holmes County, Florida; othe canimats TENANT #2
thence run South 22 de- # n/rTNN 2
gree 363 Wes, 112.37the parties Intended to ac-
feet to the POINT OF BE- count for the person or
GINNING: thence run personsIn possession:
Norh 3 d res 45,,FLORIDA HOUSING Fl-
West, 613.13 feet; thence NNECROAIN
South 16 degrees 55'50, eedat.
West 44983 greet;tec NOTICE OF SALE
Eas, 70.7 fet;theceNotice Is hereby given

East, 5.70 feet to the West-
erly right of way lne of a
proposed road; thence run
along said right of way lne
on a chord bearing of
North 00 degrees 50'21"
West, 251.64 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A
Lot 53 Reedy Creek
Bonifay, FL 32425
at public sale, to the high-
est and best bidder, for
cash, On the Front Steps TAP SN
ofteHolmes County
Courthouse, Bonifay, Flor- MN TR e
Ida at 11:00 a.m., on May
6, 2009
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F *gI Estate Sale! Thursday, Frl- Wanted: Junk appli- Retired Man would lke Executive Office Space 3BR/1BA Farm House In
Baby Bunnies, cages,~ day, and Saturday, April ances, lawn, golf carts, most any kind ofwork. Any for rent downtown Chipley I1,.i .:..-.~,,l, n,.i n, i,.:.,
I ducklings, ch ks 14, 15, &16, 7:30am-4pm. farm and garden equip- time and day. Work by All utl. Incl d 638-191 8 I-_ 1,.i.i. .j- .-.l.i I.p.9
Spigmy goats FOR SALE. 557 Davis Street, Chipley, ment, satellites for free. I hour or by job. Home ~ ~
Call Ms. Bee, FL. For directions call will pick up. Call 850-638-1907, Cell '.110.
1850-547 024 7Harvy I Llnda 850-527-8144. Rain 850-547-0088 or 850-260-0271.Askfor Bud| 10 BRBABck. l :.
I o Sin.850-326-5329 'CL =
Hwy-160. Sewing Machine Me- 1Bedroom apartment up- '' "' "':"-:"'' "" LL. (~'
* ~~~chanics needed Immedl- stairs In Bonifay, kitchen, "I. I.e...:.'.:1 .:1L .
Red Nose & Blue Pit pup- Apl1-1Sa 82W Us-SatR Flyra De nao morse we, rumbdeningarrboaoe ~"'~ I~'":Il
ples for sale. $100 each. Chipley. 7:00-Until. 2 fam- 3310 years experience essential Included. $425.00 month.
Call 638-2010 or 527-0814. Ily. Clothes, tools, fishing to this position. Industrial 850-547-5244 3BR 2BA House . ~i~
equipment, misc. LESSONS AVAILABLE: experience plus. This II.:. I..ell
Limited space. Plano, Gul- position offers highly com- 1BR Apartment nu:I: .Il.
REWARD: small red Huge Moving yard sale tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, petitive wages. In addl- Chipley. Good location. B A os. :~lli
Brown, long hair mixedl Friday &Saturday April 17 Mandolin, Violin, Flute. tran, we offer excellent No pets. 638-4640. 3RIAHue
Breed, pink collar &I & 18, 2009 7 am until. Fur- Open Mon-Sat. benefits: prgrm (helth 2BR/1%B two-tor Ap .:: 1/.
tags, nmeds Cupidr nature, tools, lawn equip- Covington Music. dental, vision, short term for rent. No pets. 638-1918
nees mds.Los inment, and misc Items. Downtown Chipley. disability, 401kand more). or 850-258-5521 For Re~nl: 3BR 2BA. I~:I
IBethlehem area nearly 1268 Piney Grove Rd 850-638-5050. Call 850-892-5731 to I
IMonroe Paul Road &I Chipley, FI schedule an onsite Inter- LARGE3BR/1BAover960, .-
Hwy 177. 850-547-0742 view. sq. ft. $600, S/D $400.
,,,,, g r Wanted: Teacher with 40 venient location. Rent In- I ...,, ,. I- II..1 1 1
must go before April 18th. hour certification to work In eludes stove, refrigerator, Bonltay. $750.00 month
0-5768-y 173 2 onlFay. 1 & 2 Year old class. city water, sewer, garbage. plus $500.00 deposit.
nitue, husehld Iems.850-547-1444 Sorry no pets or HUD. 850-527-3028
2130 nltre, ousholdItes.850-638-3306.
No baby things. House For Rent: 2BR/1 BA
Gulf Coast RIDGEWOOD APART- home In country, no Inside
Yard Sale. Fri. & Sat., iR N410MENTS pets, $475. month, and
Chanty April 17&18, 10am-untl. 40 epWne t 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay $450. deposit. Approx. 4
Cele at Cornr o Soth Bvd 8th4130 HEmploymnte Oter Efficiency, 1 bdrm and 2 miles NW of Chipley. Call
f 10 srr sec eimeunitue, Infrmai Mystery Shoppers, get Irlemho sng sAe afFoOdR 85-4-06 W hen it com es to finding
Horse ShOW lectibles, baby things, bird pi btlos oeqtsRetale/dinung DETAILS: (850)557-7732 Publisher's
&IVI Ifa mucin W II od ao 4100 derercover clients to judge ~5i bNotice a buyer for those
Festival 24th&25th. quality customer service.
CDL Driver Needed: Expe- Earn up to $150. a day. |6140 All real estate advertising In
Frak ron ar Yrd al. at, pr l8nernced CDL d ier needed Call (888)-523-1013. 2BR/1BA, In Caryvill on ths nesar Issuf t~o no-long er-w anted item s,
April 22-25 7am-1pm. Bird Houses, Driver home every night. I?1 it Illegal to advertise
y ~~ ~ ~ ~ Il~ :te 6, d te u istdpes .-feren e, Ilmetatl n nothing gives you m ore
638-1991. call 850-638-6889 lor, religion, sex,
Yard Sale: week end of 12B~ouelo ~~ Ignr a I ttuen- Selling pow er than the
April 9,10, 11, -16, 17,- 23, n.in .:.na lo IEori _.e u di re-
h ip 24, 25. Lots of goodies, ,;, ,j,, liid.Renl 1 miin flation, Familllstatu TLSS FET.
Blg white house by Life Management RELETT O ET$1000 per month with Includes children under the II&m a
Wal-Mart. 1364 LeAnder Center of Northwest $1000 security deposit. age of 18 Ilwng wih parents
* Lane. Florida, Inc lroo Business/ Ready for Immediate occu- or legal custodians, preg-
Commerdial pancy. Progressive Realty, nant women and people se-
MERCHANDISE Licensed Counselor 110 Apartments 6820.curing custody of children
30-nI ues Skilled, caring& flexible sos B unse os.under 18. W ASHINGTON COUNTY
3120 Arts & Crafts 3300 Masters Level clinician S15 Roommate Wanted Washer/Dryer, CH/A, car- This newspaper wll not
3130 Auctions to perform Initial B10 Rooms for Rent port, water, garbage. knowingly accept any ad- ~ W
3140 Baby Items Experienced Loving assessments & counsel 617o Mobile Home/Lot Smoke free environment. vertisin for real estate
3150 Building Supplies Caregiver. 10 years expe- chlene fa iis 10-Dto-onRnal opt.Vr la.$2 ai O lto ren thre
3160 Business rlence. Has references. For Chlegdfaiis 1900 O'Timeha Rentals $300ts der ita.$2 aw u edrsaehrb
317 -ulcmiest 85r -299 5mation call rsde rn 200 Vacation Rentals 850-638-1272. pos rtse n edthat tlsneweng (850) 638-0212
aempuni 5041-666.Alor avia scho mlwrBR/1BA House for rent. pr arte availal son a eual
3200 Firewood ble for cleaning houses. Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off plain of discrimination call
I a lsLooking for House In s censuresrn Office spalO~r lease, HutndCl6815 r 9o eo O M S C U T
3240 Gunse~ar foreclsr obytruh peerd 1240 S Blvd (Corner of 3BR/2BA Large Country hearing Impaired isE D V R I E
3250 Good Things to Eat VA financing. Must be In Relmbursement by S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, homein Alford. $650 1-800-927 9275. a
3260 Health & Fitness city lmits of Bonifay. Call service evet from $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 month. 3BR/1BA In th
3270 Jeweiry/Clothing 850-333-8503 $30-$~48. offices, 1 reception, 1 City of Cottondale. $500
3280 Mau ineryt/ u bath, kitchen, parking month. Deposit & refer- =( 5 )5 7 9 1
3290 Medical Equipment Plants, mise tools, furnl- Job details, benefits &qimn lot, hardwood flrs. ence required. *gPamrr( 5 )579~
3300 Miscellaneous ture, housewares, bikes, application Information 407-616-6890 850-579-4317.
3310 -Musical Instmuments carpet shampooer, 50+ Is available on-line:
3320 -Plants &Shrubs/ folding chairs, padded www.Ilfemangementcen-
3330 eeratHoe seat & back, dorm refriger I ter.org m nfcue30 olrinstock, assistance. Computer available.
3340 Sporting Goods ator. 532-5195. or apply In writing to: ANNOUNCE MENTS
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 525 E 15th Street W/all 8CCOSsories. Quick turn Financial Aid if qualified.
Pol Barn t, M al to~r an-t I ~myent Du4 9 afOund. Delivery available. Gulf Call (866)858-2121, www.
| 100doe r21 ftctin 3 t rwe. Backgrr qnudrs evening SAVE $$$ on Advertising! Run Coast Supply & Mfg, (888)393- CenturaOnline.com.
WanedTo uyantqusa05 520. Call EOWE/Dkr cFeree yOur classified ad in over 100 0335 www. GulfCoastSupply.
01cltbaes, gcd csilvesr Florida newspapers reaching com AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
paintings, call Al Schmidt I HOCKERS over 4 MLIN raesfrTanfrhg aigAito
850-68-730 I I$475 that is less than $4 per CARS FOR SALE Maintenance Career. FAA

dheNeen ndtml o s Iokngfr rewspa~pe~r. 2001 this riewspape approved program. Financial aid
I 11 asoISnday ndewspotape rs a the iner- or (6)4-33 fr m r 95 Honda Civic $500! 95 Toyota if qualified Housing available.

Frhtl:Whirlpool Sections ofHwy 79 and Hwy 90 I eal rvsi:w wfoia Camry $550! 97 VW Jetta $600! CALL Aviation Institute of
sm705o, O0.v Whlwpo I in Bonifa and at the intersec- a lsiid~o .Police Im pounds for Sale! Maintenance (888)349-5387.
Side by Side refrigerator I a
(white), Ice/water Indoor, nations ofHwy 77 and Hwy 90 in hondas chevys jeeps! for listings
$25 OO85-4I34 Chipley. IPLAN E (800)366-9813 ext 9499. REAL ESTATE

This is Sunday only from ap- Can't Afford a Washer &HE LHBA FR, S ST L
Grzly1" aleSw.g prOxiimately~ 8:00 A.M. until Dryer? Yes You Can! New -MY MARSHFRONT. Owner
1 HP Mto 120 Tampe Ia aOund 12 P.M. IBrand Name Washer & Dryers NI PAM C u arfc Do e g gos
S craftsman 6 on il This can be avery lucrative op- Free! Quantities are LimitedONIE PA M C Bu sarfc!Do dedg gos
850-59-080. pC tntyfrth ihtidviu Soma, Ultram, Fioricet, Prozac, Marshfront. Abutting lot 67
aiors-soipo~~mi~fo al; s 1hidiiu Log onNow forDetals: www. Buspar $71.99/90 $107/180 sold and closed for $259,900.
SStop by The Washington County washerd ryerf reeoff er. co m. Quantities, PRICE INCLUDES Lot 68 just $89,900. Incredible
3220 NeWS Office on Railroad Ave in I PRESCRIPTION! Over 200 homesite, beautiful trees,
B Funuiire~h342N Chple or he olms Cunt I UCTONSMeds $25Coupon Mention captivating marsh views. Great
pay caseuh fr lean qualty Times offce at 112 E. Virgimia IOffer:#91A31. (888)389-0461. area w/municipal sewer and
fu nture 88560 557-01"o Ave. in Bonifay to fill out an AUCTION: Sat/Sun, April 17 & tidusoecmwtr eryhsiahtl
Pasco or Carolyn Iapplication. April 18. Panacea, FL & Lake dining and more. Call: (877)671-

You can call Luther Moore M-F Se ino ~ tIvestr tHELP WANTED 8837.
3230 a at 850-547-9414 for further de- I
$$ MA~KE EXTRA$$ 'I tails. IHomes, Equipped Restaurants. $600 Weekly Potential$$$ Oversize Lake Lot! 4.1 AC-
MHugtehY dW Sa u, I I FREE Brochure! (800)342-2666. Helping the government PT. No $25,200 FREE BOATSLIPS! (was
I al CP rsueme a ur II~su w w.luhmactonecm Experience. No Selling. Call: $39,900) Park- like hardwood
S359po ir531 76 I NEWS HERAL~D J. Durham & Associates, GAL (888)213-5225 Ad Code: M setting near lake. Enjoy deeded
5. -e0 dor W co e 1 1 I#1120, Licensed Real Brokers, access to private lake, free
LIC #CQ270672, BK #585582, HVAC: Top 5 Recession Proof boat slips & pavilion. Quiet
AB #997, AU #1852. Career. Heating/AC. Get Trained! rd frontage, utilities, warranty

NATIONALLY CERTIFIED 3.5wk deed. Excellent financing. Must
AUTO DONATIONS Accreditation. EPA/OSHA see, call now (888)792-5253, x.
Certified. Local Job Placement 2274. TN Land/Lakes, LLC
D~ Ijl~ ~8~is k naDONATE YOUR VEHICLE Assist. Financing Available.
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(850)638-1483 Lhs aPm e kepy ar acn beus iogng Icsc dr Towing, Tax Deductible, Non-
hedgeitnmminr tencluded I h s. cut grass, not Runners Accepted, (888)468-
Kenneth for a free esti- Two Kubota Front End 115964.
Headliners and Vinyl mate. 850-260-1218 Loaders. One Excavator.
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the No job too small.
work at your home or Light Truck/Tractor Work 373-8922.
workplace.Reasonable Top Soll, Mushroom Com- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
rates on new vinyl tops post, Rock, Sand and Cy-
and auto carpeting. Free press Mulch. Pick up or
lesalmaesesC ean (80 hve 03 773-340 100% RECESSION PROOF!
638-7351 ~ ~Sod For Sale on the farm,Doyuer $80i ady?
de iereador Ista led. en- B& oe ear& 25 Local Machines and
r~~h tlpe a 4 Bru. Service. Quality work at a ad 9 95 8 )6 -98
Babysiting i My Ho e, t 03crl(a )Tur f8 ) fair price. Pickup & Delly- Cny$,9.(8)2-98
MoensFrln nChlphey. All Established 1980 r ab 3-442BlorMy BO 0 03 CALU :W wil
references. Call Richelle nOt be undersold!
@ 850-726-0768.
Sewing Machine and Vac-
rnnnFor Rent first In Chipley, utClanter Repair nguall BUILDING SUPPLIES
Minl Warehouses. If you makes and models. Free
Carpentry, pressure wash- don't have the room, "We estimates. Western Auto,
dng, lawenscc epamn- gw" L8)6m 9 Tow send 26 .Waukesha, Bonifay. METAL ROOFING. 40yr
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(8501 547-4784* Call 18501 051-5682
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Reduced Almost 7 acres, wooded, surveyed $34 9000
8 BUSinOSS 10tS On Hwy 19 $2 ,000 Long Trail
iortse Ra ch, 20t acres, hm~e, ar s, b|ds cre k
ffontage $47,500 2it- acres, half in hay fields,
balance mature hardwoods, deep well, improvements,
4 bldgs. Reduced $89,000 Large brick 4/2 hom9
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Cross Country G.M. 32'
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Large generator. $5,500,
Sel Or trade.
95 Ford Custom Van.
Nce rounds g~ooodb $3,0 ks
great, runs good. $1,500.
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36 foot class A
Motorhome, Ilke new, low
miles, many extras, origl-
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$30 000. due to Illness.
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850-844-0463
For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom
mobile homes In Bonifay
Call 850-547-3462
For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo
bile Home $300. month


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|7160
Land/Home; 1 plus acres
nice, mobile-home. Five
Points area, just off Doug-
las Ferry Rd. Day;
850-547-5070, nlte:
850-547-5683, ask for
Mary Ann
Call To Place
An Ad hn C sifieds.
County News
(850) 638-0212
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser
(850) 547-9414


8100 -Antique & Collectibles
810- Sp at Utility Vehicles
830 Trucks

8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
bo0-eronal~satercraft
a24o neaat~ marine
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATWmff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trallers

I30 asto | o

1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
door, green color, sunroof
coobalr Good Conditior
850-547-2017
2002 Hyundai Sonata
Warranty, full power, re
mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM
CD,V6, auto. Blue.
Replaced transmission &
timing belt. $6,500. Terrific
and~r F(n-R1n(-FR5o


03 CHEVY S-10 EXT. CAB
Automatic. Sharp

08 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER
Loaded
07 CHEVY HHR
Sunroof
08 DODGE 1500 CREW CAB
V-8, Sharp
08 LEXUS ES 350


08 TOYOTA PRIUs
Grea l Gas Mileage!
05 TOYOTA SCION XP
Sharp, Check This One Oul!
07 CHEVY MALIBU
'LT', Clean
07 GMC 1500 SLT 4x4
Double Cab. V-8
01 CHEVY BLAZER
4 Door
05 NISSAN MAXIMA


03 JEEP WRANGLER
V-6, Automatic, 4x4
05 VW BEETLE
Nice Convertible
05 TOYOTA TUNDRA
Double Cab
08 NISSAN ALTIMA
Lea their, Spoiler
06 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
Limited


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$ ...ALL PRIMOED TO CHOEL FROME HC TOT


7150

Approximately 100 Acres
North of Westville
pasture/woodland for rent
for cows. Fenced/water.
850-212-6964.

T~wo 5 acre &ROneO10 alc-
acres & One 13 acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
Ing For more Info call Mil-
ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.


|8120
1998 GMC Jimmy
125,000 miles. $3500
535-0944.





For 8130: 1982
Chevy/LWB, V 8, auto
new transmission, solid
motor, tool box. $1200.
OBO 850-527-3741, 7 a.m.




|8160
FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
GSX R-1000. After market
paint job. Minor scratches.
Mie e, 12,900. Price,

Sokeled c h70gorill
axles. 27" wheels with ga-
tor tires. After market
clutch kit. Radiator moved.
Price, $5,500. Call
(850)258-0096 for more
Info.


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(850) 547-9414


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