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Publication Date: April 22, 2009
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Wednesday, APRIL 22, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com Vol ume 119, N um be r 2 50(


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NEW HOPE Investigation con-
tinues after two Holmes Countians
were charged after a destructive
device was found in a car on State
2 Sunday morning.
Holmes County Sheriff's Office,
Florida Highway Patrol, Holmes
County EMS and New Hope and
Pine Log volunteer fire depart-
ments were called for assistance
after FHP Trooper Brandon El-
dridge made a routine traffic stop
at about 7:40 a.m. between County
163 and County 179A.
Sgt. John Tate of the HCSO
said that Eldridge discovered
what appeared to be a destructive
device in a Honda Civic driven by


"Through investigation and in-
terviews it was determined that
.Derrick Ezra Miller, 37, from the
New Hope community, allegedly
constructed the device at his resi-
dence on County 163 in Holmes
County," Tate said.
Sheriff 's Office investigators,
KAYLAGRAY the ATF agent and FHP troopers
went to Miller's residence and
made contact with him. "A search
26, of Bonifay. of Miller's property was conducted
tments imme- and components used to construct
re scene as an the destruction devices were lo-
:ral Bureau of cated," Tate said. "Also during the
and Firearms search drug paraphernalia was
y bomb squad found along with small amount of
the scene. methamphetamine."


Miller is charged with posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia and
possession of methamphetamine.
Gray was arrested by FHP and
charged with possession of hoax
bomb. The investigation is ongo-
ing and other charges are forth-
coming, including possible federal
charges.
Tate said the bomb had no gun-
powder.
Sheriff Tim Brown applauded
the joint effort investigation be-
tween federal, state, and local
authorities. "I would like to thank
the Bay County Sheriff's Office for
their assistance in this case," he
said.






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Bank of Bonifayr-
PTOtective Life
deal falls through

WILL HOBSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers
BONIFAY The Bank of
Bonifay's primary plan
to raise capital was nixed
earlier this month, leaving
the Holmes County bank
with one less option to im-
prove its financial health.
The Bank of Bonifay
ended a sale agreement
with Protective Life, a
$39.5-billion Birmingham-
based life insurance com-
pany, on April 1. Protective
Life's purchase of the bank
;hinged on the insurer get-
-ting federal bailout money,
RS which the Treasury De-
partment never commit-
ted to.
The Bonifay-Protective
u-deal, struck in November,
was set to link two insti-
;h tutions in need of capital.
x-Protective, like a number
gof lrge insurance com-
pamies, wanted access to
Troubled Asset Relief Pro-
gram funds, the federal
bank bailout money. That
money was designated by
the Treasury Department
for banks or bank holding
:-dm anues, hou ns whic
to try to acquire banks to
n- qualify.
The Treasury had been
d-reluctant to state defini-
tively if it would extend
le TARP funds to insurance
,t, companies, though, which
left Protective's prospec-
tive bank purchase in lim-
!6 bo. A week after the sale
s- agreement died the Trea-
sury announced it would
il- extend bailout money to
insurers, but it's unclear of
Is Protective Life would have
s- been deemed "too-big-to-
fail."

See BANK A3


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PHOTO BY CECILIA SPEAI


Students played victims at the Ponce de Leon mock wreck.

(Ell LIA SPEARS School held their Prom Promise 2009
Staff Writer mock wreck the morning of April 17
espears@chipleypaper.com in front of the school.
A crowd of 150 students watched
PONCE DE LEON Mock wrecks are scenes consisting of two cars, a bike
becoming synonymous with prom and sevea teenage bdes en an-
preparations as Ponce de Leon High gled to portray the highly possible


results of driving under the infll
ence of alcohol.
Mark Moulton, firefighter wit
Ponce de Leon Fire Rescue e:
plained that teenagers to youn

See PROM A3


Christ noted the following damage across the Panhar
dle:
*March 26-28; 10 inches or more of rain, including ac
jacent river systems in Alabama.
*March 31; 3-5 inches of rain and severe weather; th
Choctawhatchee River near Bruce crested at 20.52 fee
a new record.
April 2-3; another 5-10 inches of rain fell.
Florida state of emergency declared April 1 for 2
counties including Holmes and Washington; 18 are fit
cally constrained counties.
*Total expenditures are expected to exceed $20.6 mi
lion.
Federal Emergency Management Agency team
joined state teams recently to conduct damage assess
ment.
Complete text of the governor's letter is online at ch
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Sheriff's Office investigates destructive device


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Fatal traffic crasil
PANAMA CITY In-
vestigators of the Flor-
ida Highway Patrol
announced today they
concluded the traffic
homicide investigation
of a traffic crash that oc-
curred on July 2, 2008.
The crash occurred in
Holmes County on State
Road 79 at the intersec-
tiol :f S!a; Road 2mi a
south of Esto.

crash,thary Wynf he
bia of Bonifay was driv-
ing westbound on State
Road 2 in a 2004 Chev-
rolet, Scottsdale pickup
truck. Elisabeth L.
Stone of Westville was
northbound on State
Road 79 driving a 2004
ChevrolesttoMal bu. Cothia
sign causing his vehicle
to collide with the right
side of the northbound
Malibu.
The collision result-
ed in serious injuries to
Elisabeth Stone and her
eight-year-old son, Alex,
who was seated in the
left rear of her vehicle.
The crash also caused
the death of her 68-year-
old mother, Annie L.
Drake, who was seated
in the right front of the
Malibu.
The investigation re-
vealed Cobia neglectful-
ly failed to maintain his
vehicles brake system
and caused the traffic
crash.
Based on the Flor-
iae Highway Patmol'
Judicial Cinrcuit State
Attorney's Office is-
sued warrants for Gary
Cobia's arrest. He was
charged with one count
of vehicular homicide
and two counts of reck-
less driving resulting in
injuries,
On April 18 at 1 a.m.,
OaryeCobiasdurr dhered
Patrol and was booked
into the Holmes County
jail.

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Request sent to president for
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JAY FELSBERG
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CHIPLEY The waiting game is on as Holmes and
Washington join 23 other counties waiting to hear if fed-
eral relief funds will be made available in the wake of
massive flooding in recent weeks.
Washington County has a preliminary estimate of $1.5
million in damage following rainfall that began March
26. Holmes County has an estimated $4.1 million just for
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"Theissuesthatthey're
worried about are system-
ic risks," said Steve Turn-
er, managing director with
Novantas, a financial con-
sulting firm. "Could the
insurance companies end
up in a situation where
they are unable to fund
themselves, or they start
to see their policy holders
withdraw?"
Turner was skeptical of
the plan to extend aid to
insurers as well as banks.
"The Treasury has a
finite number of tools to
help ... one would question


whether supporting insur-
ance companies right now
is critical, and whether or
not they might be better
off holding on to the tools
that they have available,
a remaining $35 billion in
TARP funds, until there's
a need. And certainly Pro-
tective Life doesn't fall
into the same category as
a Metlife or Prudential."
The oldest state-char-
tered bank in Florida,
Bank of Bonifay, lost $3.6
million in 2008 after losing
more than $2.6 million in
2007. Its capital levels are


"adequate" according to
federal guidelines, but ad-
equate is not necessarily
a good thing.
The bank's risk-based
capital ratio, the percent-
age of easy-to access as-
sets like cash that the
bank has on hand to cover
any potential losses, stood
at 9.57 percent at the end
of 2008, according to the
Federal Deposit Insur-
ance Corporation. Regu-
lators begin to monitor
a bank's practices more
closely when that ratio
falls below 10 percent.


Mike Medley, chairman
of the board for the Bank
of Bonifay, said in March
the bank had a backup
plan to draw capital from
investors. Medley was not
available to talk last week.
Protective Life spokes-
woman Eva Robertson did
not return several phone
calls.
Like most struggling
banks in the Panhandle,
the Bank of Bonifay was hit
hard by the crashing real
estate market. The bank,
which has $230 million in
assets, had $13,960,000


in non-accrual loans, de-
faulted loans which likely
will not be paid back, and
another $14,048,000 in
non-current loans, which
are 90 or more days past
due at the end of 2008.
The non-accrual num-
her is a function of flag-
ging real estate prices;


the bank had $267,000 in
those had loans after 2005
then $589,000 after 2006
and $8,428,000 after 2007.
The bank's health
should come into more
focus in the near future
when first quarter call re-
ports are released by the
FDIC.


adults often are incapable
of realizing their own mor-
tality.
"When you're young you
think you're invincible and
your car is a tank," said
Moulton. "When you're
young you don't realize
there's no second chances,"
he continued.
The purpose of this mock
wreck, principal of PDLHS,
Buddy Brown, explained,
was to show the frequently
cruel realities and conse-
quences of driving under
the influence of alcohol.
"The sad thing is, sta-
tistically, out of the 150 stu-
dents watching the mock
wreck, two of them will be
buried in the next 10 years
because of alcohol related
accidents," said Brown.
"I've had to attend one too

ml ndi hue's any sa t
help prevent it, I'm going to
try it."
Jeff Gentes firefighter
with the Ponce de Leon
Fire Rescue, explained that
a wreck could affect anyone
and everyone.
"It hits everybody;
friends, family, neighbors,"
said Gentes. "As a firefight-
er I know it tears you up to


cause you want them to
go out to prom and have
a good time, but you want
to know they're going to
be safe," she said. "And if
they're going to drink, call
for a ride home, because I
know parents would rather
pick them up from friend's
house then have to pick
them off of the road."
Brown said it had been
his policy for a very long
time to encourage his stu-
dents to call him if they find
themselves in a situation
where they had heen drink-
ing and needed to go home.
"I'm not going to judge
you," he said. "I'll take you
home and we'll work some-
thing out."
He explained that no
matter what, he wanted to
assure his students that
there would be someone
there for them when need-
ed.
"We want them to know
that we care about them
very much and are willing
to do just about anything to
make sure they stay safe,"
he said, unable to hold back
a tear. "I don't want to have
to attend any more of my
students' funerals."


PHOTO BY CEGILIA SPEARS
Emergency personnel simulated caring for victims.


loose anyone after trying
so hard to save them and
you've got to realize you're
not God, you're only human,
but it doesn't make the loss
any more bearable."
Brown said that the im-
pact of a wreck on a com-
munity is several times
more devastating to small-
er communities.
"When you have a
close-knit community like
ours, everybody knows ev-
erybody, it's hard not to,"
he said. "So the affects of
drinking and driving can
and will be felt by all of us
as a community."


Student Tori Rushing
played a convincing role of
a student who went through
a windshield and died and
her mother, Lisa Rushing,
played the role of a grieving
mother.
"Doug asked me to par-
ticipate," said Lisa. "Espe-
cially since my daughter
was going to be one of the
victims that died.
She said she was famil-
iar with the part of a griev-
ing parent because she had
lost a child once before and
knows the pain involved.
"It's hard for parents
who have teenagers be-


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Used to bethat
literature, especially
books, were a rare
commodity. Then
came the Gutenberg
Press, the first step
toward the mass
production of books.
And now books are
everywhere, a veri-
table proliferation of
literary genius and


sections on Texas
(or your home
state), garden-
ing, cooking, sci-fi,
magazines. Why
don't these books
sell in the volumes
that Cujo's untamed
soul does?
Then I got the
answer. I heard it on
Country Music Tele-


hurt myself today, to see if I
still feel." That's it, isn't it?
That's why we buy horror,
romance and touchy stories.
In a way less dramatic than
Nine Inch Nails, we want to
make sure that we still feel.
Horror stories scare us.
Our senses tingle; we sweat.
Our imaginations create in-
credible monsters. We want
to warn the characters what
will transpire if they go look-
ing for trouble. We're afraid
of what is going to happen
next in the story.
Romance novels re-


kindle our love fire. We
cheer for the heroine's 'Itue
Love as he battle's for her
affection. We hate the man
who steals their love. And
we want to tell the heroine
not to lose hope. We love a
happy ending.
Feeling through books
like these is the safe way to
feel. The book is our safety
net; it's our ticket to emo-
tion without experience.
We know that however
scared we might get, it isn't
happening to us. And if we
get too frightened, we turn


the page or close the book.
The couple in the romance
novel will always be perfect.
That's safety, too. We don't
worry about them breaking
up or having an affair. We
can read the story twenty
times and be safe in perfect
love. Safety also comes in
knowing that other people
have been through rough
times and came out all right.
Those touchy-feely stories
give us encouragement to
face our own problems.
They say that answering
one question only opens the


door for more questions.
This time, they are right.
I might know why certain
books are best sellers. But
my first question has led
me to another one, more
intense.
Why are we so afraid to
feel for real, that we have to
find our emotions outside of
our own experience?
Andrew Hollinger is the
author of "One Word" and
the co-author oflNKS'mlN,
available on i~unes. Fbr e-
mail and information visit
andrewhollingercom.


(sad to say) sub genius.
You can buy anything
from Home Care for Kittens
to Idiot's Guide to Solitaire.
Most bookstores also have


vision. Really profound stuff.
The video for Johnny Cash's
remake of Nine Inch Nails's
song "Hurt" came on. The
first line of the song is, "I


To the Editor:
There is more wrong
with Chipley than just
drugs.
Due to the chain of
events in recent weeks
around me and my family,
I have been talking with
others bout the events that
have occurred, and come to
find out I am not alone.
On or about Feb. 28,
a three-year-old male
Chihuahua coffee brown
with tan around his face,
like a mask, and rear end
with a curly-Q tail, valued
at $500 was abducted from
South First Street between
7-9 p.m. a night of bad wind
and rain. The dog was
reported to have been on
Martin Luther King Drive
and then on Pecan Street
in Chipley. It was rumored
that other small dogs
from around town have
been taken and that they
are being used to train pit
bulldogs to fight.
Numerous other small
domestic dogs have
been abducted around
Chipley and their owners
feel just as I do, that
the local authorities are
concentrating on fighting
the drug war that they
forget about the small
things, the things that
mean something to the
average working man and
woman.
Please help us find our
pets.
And now, the rest of the
story; On Friday, March
3, somewhere between
the hours of 7 a.m. and
2 p.m. the dwelling was
burglarized. Items stolen
are valued at $900 and
include; oen each, Nintendo
Wii game system, Wii
fitness board with game,
Wii Mario Cart system
with game, Wii skate game,
Wii CNAA college football
game, Wii Smackdown v/s


Raw game, a Wii controller
and three miscellaneous
Wii games purchased at a
local pawn shop.
The above items
were purchased at the
Chipley Wal-Mart for the
children's' birthday. The
City of Chipley Police
Department was called
and they dispersed and
officer to the home. The
officer attempted to take
fingerprints to no avail.
Witnesses observed a
neighborhood juvenile in
the yard 'acting odd' and
gave a name and location,
and notes were taken by
the officer. The officer said
he would go to the local
pawnshop and see if it had
been pawned. This is the
last I was the officer.
I have a questions, who
is supposed to follow up
on crimes committed the
authorities or the victims?
V. Dilmore
Chipley

To the Editor:
Blue Springs Society
of the National Society
Children of the American
Revolution was awarded
the coveted Anne Nicole
McCrary trophy, for
Outstanding Publicity
in the state, at the 78th
annual state conference
of the Florida Society
C.A.R. in Tampa recently.
This was only possible
because of the support of
the newspapers in Jackson,
Gadsden, Liberty, Calhoun,
Washington, and Holmes
counties. We do thankyou.
We appreciate your letting
our members, and those
who might be interested in
joining, know of our many
activities and projects. .
Mary Neale Robbins
Public Relations Chairman
Blue Springs Society C.A.R.
Marianna, Florida


To the Editor:
I am writing in response
to the article in the April 1
edition, "Man nets 6-foot
water moccasin." After
reading the article, and
with snakes being so active
this time of year, I thought I
would take this opportunity
to write a bit on the subject.
Snakes in oraround
bodies of water are often
identified, as water
moccasins also known
as the cottonmouth
or scientifically as
Agkistrodon Piscivorous,
due to that single fact. In
reality, the fact is that all
snacks can and will venture
near and into the water,
seeing as how all snakes
are adept swimmers.
A good example is the
Florida pine snake, being
held up in the article photo
is scientifically known as
Pituophis Melanoeucus.
Though large (records
up to 90 inches) and very
intimidating with displays
of hissing and striking into
the air, they are completely
harmless to humans. They
do however consume large
numbers of mice and rats.
In Florida they enjoy a
minimal legal protection.
Learning to identify our
different native species
can be a great asset
especially for our curious
and outgoing younger
ones. Field guides can be
excellent tools. Peterson's
Field Guide to Reptiles and
Amphibians of the Eastern/
Central United States is
highly recommended.
Until you have the
skills to positively identify
the snake, the best and
safest thing to do is, leave
it alone.
Charles Looney

To the Editor:
We would like to thank
the road department,
bridge crews and everyone
involved in getting our
roads back in shape.
We, the postal workers,
bus drivers and residents
always notice the good jobs
that they do, (both large
and small). However, we
seldom take the time to
thank them.
We would like to give
everyone involved in
keeping things moving an
extra 'big thanks'. We do
appreciate it.
Corinne Owen
Westville Post Office and the
Holmes County postal workers

To the Editor:
We have lived in the
Noma and Esto are for
years now. My children
grew up her. This has
always been a good place to
live. However, it wasn't until
the recent storms, which
brought about the flooding
that it hit home why we
located it so much. Quite
simply, it is the people that
make these communities
great.
We want to personally
thank all the people
in the Noma and Esto
communities for the
selfless acts of humanity
bestowed on our family.
On that eventful
Saturday I had gone to
town for a short time and
returned to find our home
surrounded by water and
the water creeping up
the steps to our doors.


We quickly started taking
anything we could out to
the car and tried to call
family for help almost
instantly people seemed to
appear from off the streets
to help us in getting our
belongings out. Many of
these people were just
passing by they didn't even
know who it was they were
helping; they just saw a
need and stepped up to
the plate to help. They
have restored any lack of
faith we may have had in
mankind by their totally
selfless acts.
We would like to
personally thank Coy
Mixon and his family for
their invaluable assistance
in the moving and in finding
so many people to help us
out. Thank you Mom, for
all you did to get us help
and something to haul
our belonging in. Thank
you Michelle, for listening
to God for direction that
opened the door to our new
home. Thank you Fred,
for helping in spite of your
medical problems. Thank
you Christopher, Jacob
and Shelly for being there
when your Auntie needed
you. Thank you Jenny, for
driving all the way from
Louisiana to help your
mom.
We also want to thank
the following for the special
help they gave: Buddy
Skipper for providing a
U-Haul truck, David and
Pamela Sims for driving
the U--Haul to us and
working so hard to help
get our stuff out without
thought to the injury they
might cause to themselves;
Phillip Music for providing
us with a livestock trailer;
Mr. Shiver for driving
it to us; Mr. Watson for
his truck and trailer and
for Charles Watson for
helping us so much with he
moving of our belongings
multiple times to our final
destination. We could not
have done it without you.
To Katie for opening
you home to Lindsey as
a place to stay while we
searched for anew place to
live. to Samantha Holman
Watford, her husband
and daughter for working
so hard helping us and
staying to the very end. To
the Esto Volunteer Fire
Department, John Cobia
and Tattoo Tony (the only
name I know him by) for
carrying countless pieces
of furniture though thigh-
deep water. To the women
who helped empty out
our closets, cupboards
and remembering
how important family
mementoes are. And to all
the other nameless faces of
the men and women who
worked so hard to help
save our belongings.
Thankyou Tiffany
majors, Tink Brown,
Wanda Stafford, The
American Red Cross, the
Ministerial Association, St.
Mary Francis Outreach,
Gwen Brock, and Ms.
Jenkins for the recovery
assistance and direction;
Mark Odom for following
God's prompt weeks ago in
preparation to provide us a
new home; to all those who
offered to help or offered us
temporary shelter.
A very special thank
you to the 10-12 year old


boy, whose name I don't
know, who waded through
waist deep water and
carried item after item to
my car, giving of himself as
much as he was able, with
a smile in his young eyes
that showed his caring for
strangers that needed help.
His young face showed
all the love and care we
were receiving from our
community
We want to thank him
and all of you for being
there for us. We can never
repay you except to give a
special prayer to our Lord
that he will bless each
one of you with a special
blessing in your time of
need.
This chapter of our life
has been changed as God
has moved us on. I pray
that God will allow the
same types of people into
the next chapter of our
lives. May God bless you
all, and thank you for being
there for us.
Patti Paul, Jenny Paul,
Brian 'Itimmier and
Lindsey Jaramillo

Dear Editor,
On March 6 and 7 the
chorus and drama from
Holmes County High
School presented "A
Night on Broadway." This
talented group of kids did
an outstanding job. I look
forward to the play "Into
the Woods" in May.
On March 21 the Street


Festival in Bonifa
a huge success. T
you to Gail Woodh
all the committee
planned and work
hard to bring this
together. Bonifay
something that co
enjoyed by every
antique car show,
vendors, the food
the entertainment
top notch. I am g]
are planning this
annual event.
On March 25 t
was a mock wrecl
at Holmes County
School. 'Itavis Co
the people who hr
in this did an outs
job. The kids fr~om
HCHS drama dep
who were in the w
the fire departme
police, the EMTs,
funeral home who
up the casualty al
t gthe to make
r ea. S veram peol
few tears.
Thank you to a
these groups for t
entertainment, fu
even for the reali~
what drinking anc
can do.


section and occasional
articles from the schools
it seems that everything
reported on the young is
negative. I know there are
youngsters out there doing
good things and I would
like to call your attention
to one such group.
The United States
Naval Sea Cadets Corp
is composed of young
ladies and gentlemen
between the ages of eleven
and eighteen residing
throughout the Florida
Panhandle. They devote
innumerable hours to
this organization, which
instills values, direction,
citizenship, patriotism, and
morals and not only pride
to their parents, but most
importantly to themselves.
This organization stresses
education and the need
of goals for the future.
As more have become
aware of this program
the membership has
grown each year and
the graduates have all
joined the military or been
excellent candidates for
higher learning at college
or university.
As the result of their
impressive performance
at public events, drills,
training schools, and
advancement within the
Corp they have garnered
recognition and numerous
awards both individually
and as a group. They
are required to maintain


y was school grades to standard,
'hank attend a weekend drill
am and monthly, and complete
who correspondence courses.
;ed so Their performance have
festival been such that they have
needed earned the respect and
,uld be support of the Local
ne,. The Naval Support Activity
the craft and are granted use of
and all Base Facilities for much
t were of their training. This
lad they availability has been
to be an extended to various
Other military facilities
here through out the South
k heldEastern States. The
JHigh training conducted by
lok and all the Panhandle group is of
ad a part such high quality that it
Standing is coveted by Sea Cadets
,the as far away as the New
,artment England States and the
reckWest Coast.
nt, the The Panhandle group
even theis fortunate to have
,picked dedicated, motivated
l came and knowledgeable adult
it all leadership in John Duncan
ple s daand his assistants. They
contribute generously of
ll1 their personal time and
he resources to make this
n, andeffort a success.
stic look at This training is costly
d drving and they have made
a policy of not turning
away any deserving
youngster by subsidizing
Bonifay the costs of those from
low income and single
parent families. This
ent my has been accomplished
has been by donations from
rning different organizations
now a and personal gifts. If you
joyful have a child or grandchild
ay Words who could benefit by
ested, joining this group or would
onomy, like to contribute you
nopolize can contact; USNSCC,
The part C/O John Duncan,1487
:the most Highway 79 S., Bonifay,
number FL 32425 phone (H) 850-
at applies 547-3399 or (C) 850-326-
people, 2505, email narwhalssn@
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Jackson County officers hit contraband jackpot


Walton High's


Yarbrough presents


at literacy summit
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS The nation's first Literacy Coaching Summit
took place on the tropical island campus of Texas A&M University in Cor-
pus Christi on April 2-4, 2009. The conference focused on the research CI,'
and practice of literacy coaching, bringing together experts and practitio- *
ners from around the country, the Virgin Islands and Canada. p "*
Kathy Yarbrough's presentation dealt with blending research based
strategies, classroom practices and twenty first century skills. She is the
literacy coach at Walton High School in Defuniak Springs. She is a mem-
ber of the Delta Theta Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society Inter-
national, an honorary education organization with members in 16 coun-
tries. Her chapter serves Holmes, Washington and Jackson counties.


_ _


Jackson County arrest
MARIANNA Kevin Anthony Leslie
was arrested in Hephzibah, Ga. April 15,
according to a Jackson County Sheriff's
Office press release dated April 15.
Leslie was wanted in Jackson County
in connection to an incident on Cen-
tury Road in Greenwood concerning
kidnapping, armed robbery with a fire-
arm, aggravated assault with a firearm,
felony battery, child abuse and grand
theft.
Sheriff's investigators searched ar-
eas of Jackson County for Leslie without
success. It was learned that he might
have fled to an area near Augusta, Ga.
JCSO investigators assigned to the US
Marshall's Northwest Florida Regional
Fugitive Task Force contacted the Au-
gusta US Marshall's Service and as a
result Kevin Leslie was apprehended
without incident.

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Wednesday, April 22, 2009


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
MARIANNA There was 15
pounds of neatly packaged mari-
juana worth about $18,000 in street
value and a set of scales. There
were about six grams of meth-
amphetamine in small glass jars.
There were 35 guns including two
capable of automatic fire.
And there was a World War II
Sten gun with a suppressor.
All in all it was a satisfying
conclusion to a four-month inves-
tigation, including undercover
buys, by the Jackson County
Drug Task Force and led to the
arrest of three suspects on mul-
tiple charges. Jackson County
Sheriff Lou Roberts provided in-
formation at a press conference
Friday afternoon.
Officers arrested John Leo
DeMarco, 60, of 1731 Sterrett
Drive in Alford, a convicted felon.
DeMarco is charged with sale of
marijuana, possession of meth-
amphetamine, possession of a
firearm by a convicted felon, pos-
session of a machine gun and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
Also arrested were Nicholette
Katherine Cholak, same address,


Sheriff Lou Roberts (center) and other drug task force officers I, I
were on hand at a press conference Friday to announce a This World War II British Sten gun was taken in a raid in Alford
ma or drug and irearm bust. Turs ay.


said.
And the Sten gun? It's a Brit-
ish World War II submachine gun,
or "machine carbine" designed
in just a few months early in the
war. A very simple, inexpensive
design, some four million were
manufactured. The model seized
Thursday appeared to be a MK
III model with a noise suppressor
welded in place.


Roberts said it is unknown
if the weapons were traded for
drugs or part of a collection, nor
was it known if any were stolen.
The sheriff said agents from the
federal Bureau of Alcohol. To-
bacco and Firearms were on the
way with the possibility of federal
charges. A special federal permit
is required to possess machine
guns or automatic rifles.


who is charged with felony pos-
session of marijuana over 20
grams; and Audrey Marie Ster-
rett, 19, same address, charged
with misdemeanor possession of
marijuana under 20 grams.
"It shows the importance of
work between different agen-
cies," Roberts said. "Without that
we could never have made these
arrests."


The task force is a combined
effort by JCSO, the Marianna,
Cottondale and Graceville, police
departments, and Florida De-
partment of Law Enforcement.
Florida Highway Patrol Contra-
band Interdiction Unit joined
the task force in executing the
warrants Thursday. Initial infor-
mation was provided by the Bay
County Sheriff's Office, Roberts


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Get really for a stroll...
"A Stroll Down Broadway" performed
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OWEN POWELL
Bonifay, 5-11-0-


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PANHANDLE LUMBER
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CITY OF BONIFAY
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Bonitay 54-37r85


FARM SERVICE AGENCY
Bonifav, 5-1-2850


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Bonifay 54-31920


PEOPLESSOUTH BANK
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PUBLIC MEETING
AND NOTICE OF INTENT
TO APPLY

Holmes County will hold a public information
meeting at 3:00 R.M. on May 4, 2009 at the
County Commissioners Meeting Room,
Courthouse Annex, Bonifay, Florida. The
meeting will be for the purpose of discussing
and receiving input on the proposed Gritney
Fire Station as well as the intent to apply for
financing for such improvements through the
USDA, Rural Development Office. This meeting
will give interested parties an opportunity
to become acquainted with the proposed
project and to comment on such items as
OCOnomic and environmental impacts, service
areas and alternatives to the project. For
further information call Robert Jones, Grant
Administrator at 850-956-5087.


B0nifay Woman's (lub is a historic club


Wednesday, April 22, 2009


Local


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YANKEE DOODLE COMING TO TOWN: Yankee Doodle will come to town for hundreds of public school
students this week. Professional musicians Donna Wissinger (left) and Joy Myers will help students
understand the role, which music and musicians played in the American Revolutionary War.


MARIANNA Yankee
Doodle will come to town
for hundreds of public
school students this week.
Professional musi-
cians, Donna Wissinger
and Joy Myers will help
students understand the


role, which music and
musicians played in the
American Revolution-
ary War. The hands-on
program for students will
be presented at at Ponce
de Leon Elementary on
April 23. The program will


cover the insights, causes,
and attitudes of the vari-
ous participants in the
conflict.
"The World'lIrned Up-
side Down: Music of the
American Revolution" is
sponsored by the Chipola


Regional Arts Association,
the Opportunity Flind, and
the Florida Division of
Cultural Affairs.
For more information
contact Joan Stadskley at
stadsklevicachipola.edu,
or call 850-718-2301.


When The Bank of
Bonifay built its new
building a few years ago, it
displaced one of Bonifay's
historic sites, The Bonifay
Woman's Club. The
information in this article
is taken from one
compiled in 2006 by
a former president
of the club, Alberta

He etag oHolmes
County Book.
The Woman's
Cub was originally HAPPI

La is Lbrae Hze
Association
organized in 1910 to
develop the cultural and
intellectual opportunities
for the community. Mr.
C.M. Cox chaired the
organizational meeting
with other community
leaders lending support
including Dr. John Gable,
William Jones, G.W. Banfil,
A.J. Miller, L.D. Carkhuff,
C.A. Flilford, J. L. Godwin,
W.E Armfield, J.W. Garrett,
C.A. Prim, and J.A.J.
Hathaway. Mr. Banfil
donated lots 15,16,and
17 for a Library building
and offered a loan of $400
at 8% interest as soon
as 8 responsible citizens
signed a contract to pay
$1.00 per quarter with the
ladies paying $50.00 per
annum. (I am not sure if
the ladies were considered
"responsible citizens.")
But the women rose
to the challenge and built
the little wooden building
that faced Waukesha
Street and served as
Bonifay's first library and
cultural center. The first
Trustees of the Ladies
Library Association were
Mrs. C.M. Cox, Mrs. W.L.
Sessoms and Miss Docia
Wright, who later became
Mrs. C.A. Prim. They
established by-laws and
a constitution. When two
Bonifay young ladies,


Clara Johnson and Jewel
Godwin, wanted to enroll
at Florida State College for
Women they had to pass
written entrance exams to
enter since Bonifay High
School was not accredited.
Seeing
the need, the
Ladies Library
Association set
_about acquiring
books, thus
enabling the
CORNIER lcal high school
lells Tison acceecimed.
In order
to earn money for the
projects undertaken by
this enterprising group,
they did a lot of fund-
raising: selling greeting
cards, cooking and serving
dinners to Business Men's
meetings, Rural Mail
Carriers meetings, Cigar
Factory luncheon, public
chicken suppers and many
other projects. One lady
noted, "We spent years
cooking and washing
dishes! Money was
earned the old fashioned
way- hard work." At one
time the Kiwanians met
there for their weekly
luncheon with Mrs. Sutton
preparing the meals.
When they held their
Ladies Night Dinner
there, Women's Club
members prepared the
meal, set up tables and
decorated for the event.
Then if their husbands
were Kiwanis members,
they rushed home to
quickly dress for the
festive occasion. When
it was over, they donned
their aprons and washed
dishes and cleaned up.
In 1949, the block
structure replaced the
wooden building with a
wide walkway following
a few years later. That
building found many
uses: Making pads for


PHOTOS COURTESY OF BONIFAY GARDEN CLUB
The Bonifay Garden Club held its annual show at the
Woman's Club building.


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cancer patients, collecting
clothes for needy children,
charm classes for girls
grades 9-12, civil defense
and nursing classes,
ice cream socials,
box suppers, bridal
showers, receptions, and
anniversary, and birthday
celebrations. In the 50's
and 60's, most bridal
showers were there.
Bowen Hardware had a
gift registry and most gifts
were purchased there.
They delivered them
directly to the clubhouse
where they would be
displayed on tables. The
Bonifay Garden Club also
held its annual Flower
Show there.
Bonifay Woman's
Club sponsored the
Miss Bonifay Pageant
for many years and held
a formal reception for
the chosen Miss. Club


Member Frances Williams
remembers the lavish
decorations when Gloria
Arnold was chosen Miss
Bonifay.
Another memorable
event was Jenny Belser
(Goodman)'s 16th
birthday party held at the
clubhouse. I think I made
one of the cakes for that
celebration. It was said
that Mr. H. B. Douglas,
local pharmacist and
State Senator who lived
next door, came over in
his pajamas to complain
about the noise.
Bonifay Woman's Club,
formerly The Ladies
Library Association, has a
rich history and has added
much to Bonifay's social
and cultural life.
They now meet in their
new Club House adjoining
the County Court House
Parking Lot.


The Town of Ponce de Leon is currently
taking applications for the position
of Volunteer Fire Chief. This position
requires a high energy, self-motivated,
positive attitude individual. This person
will have the ultimate responsibility
for the operations, maintenance, and
well being of the volunteer firefighters,
and fire ground actions. Pay is $125 a
month.

Application will be accepted until 4:00
PM on May 6, 2009. Applications can
be turned into the Town Hall during
normal business hours or mailed to
P.O. Box 214, Ponce de Leon, FL
32455.


Offrioge COtnsO
Information
April13 17, 200g
The following informa-
tion was taken from mar-
riage license applications
issued by the clerk's of-
fice at the Holmes County


Courthouse.
Daniel Lee Weidman,
1-3-80 and Angie Michelle
Womble, 2-3-90, both of
Bonifay.
Charles David Thomp-
son Jr., 2-3-86 of Troy, Ala.
and Kimberly Jo Burkert,
9-12-86 of Westville.


David Clayton Smith
2-4-61 and Lisa Rose Dear-
man, 8-29-64, both of Boni-
fay.

Divorce information
(filed, but not neces-
sarily final) April 13


- 17, 2009
The following infor-
mation was taken from
records at the Holmes
County Courthouse of un-
finalized, recorded divorce
actions.
Louie D. Fortune, Jr.
and Carrie Fortune


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rise in "right-wing extrem-
ist activity," saying the
economic recession, the
election of America's first
black president and the
return of a few disgruntled
war veterans could swell
the ranks of white-power
militias.
"Are we on a watch list
you reckon?" Brock asked.
Longtime teacher Wen-
dell Brock talked about the
history of tea parties, be-
ginning with the one pro-
testing taxes in Boston on
March 20, 1773. "They gave
the English three years to
get things right," he said.
"I hope this bunch doesn't
take that long."
Wendell Brock told the
crowd that the life, liberty
and pursuit of happiness
noted in the Declaration
of Independence "were
a gift from God, not from
the government." He also
said that the Constitution
did not allow for direct
taxation, but with the 16th
Amendment "all power has
flowed to Washington."
Wendell Brock noted
that the Declaration of
Independence and Adam
Smith's classic Wealth of
Nations were both pub-
lished in 1776 both were
manifestos against taxa-
tion and due to the ideas
presented, "within 100
years we were the wealthi-
est nation in the world."
Now he said that every
American 20 years old "will
pay $100,000 in interest on
the growing nation debt.
He called the capitalist
system "the greatest sys-
tem in the world, and it will
get us out of this mess if
we let it."
"Our democracy is at
risk," said speaker Sybil
Andreasen. She quoted
Scottish writer Alexan-
der Ty~ler in 1787 when he
wrote:
"A democracy will con-
tinue to exist up until the
time that voters discover
they can vote themselves
generous gifts from the
public treasury.
"From that moment on,
the majority always vote


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MARIANNA The nation-
wide Tea Party movement
arrived in Marianna on
"tax day" Wednesday at
noon. About 150 people
brought signs and greet-
ings for motorists wending
their way past the Jackson
Courthouse.
The tea party move-
ment began as recently
as February when CN-
BC's Rick Santelli called
for a "Chicago Tea Party
as a protest against the
government's mortgage
bailout plan. Tea parties,
taking the name from the
famous Boston Tea party
of 1793, sprang up spon-
taneously throughout the
nation. Numerous calls
primarily on the Internet
for tea parties on April 15
had enthusiastic response,
and widespread anti-tax
protests were organized
for Wednesday.
The Marianna event is
a case in point. "This was
spontaneous," event Em-
cee Larry Brock said. "It
just started about three
weeks ago."
Brock and several oth-
ers got together and put
out handbills and other
material and were reward-
ed with a large crowd that
began gathering just be-
fore noon. Attendees were
asked to s gn a contact
Sheet for future events.
"They had the tea party
from 12 to 1 because we
have to work," said Chipo-
la instructor Cherry Ward
from Dothan, AL.
Brock greeted the
crowd as, "you bunch of
right-wing extremists," in
reference to the federal
report brought to light this
week. The complete report
is available at bonifaynow.
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There was more than one
reference to the report in
speeches at the tea party.
In the report the De-
partment of Homeland Se-
curity is warning law en-
forcement officials about a


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promise the most benefits
from the public treasury,
with the result that every
democracy will finally col-
lapse due to loose fiscal
policy, which is always fol-
lowed by a dictatorship."
Andreasen warned that,
"apathy is the greatest
danger to freedom," and
was among several speak-
ers that urged those pres-
ent to get better informed
and involved in public is-
sues.
Elaine Thomas noted
that tea parties were hap-
pening in over 2,000 loca-
tions throughout the na-
tion, and that the grass-
roots effort was a symbol
of the power or everyday
people.
"We have the power
to take American back,"
she said, "back to the val-
ues and principles it was
founded on."
Thomas joined other
speakers in blasting the
nation debt, but noted that
by concentrating on debt
and pork in the various el-
ements of the bailout bills,
"we miss the big picture,"


saying that included were
"programs that would
destroy the very fiber of
America."
She included among
them national health
care, the proposed Give
program that would more
than triple the number
of AmeriCorp volunteers
from 75,000 to 250,000, at
an estimated cost of a bil-
lion dollars a year among
other provisions (that she
compared to the Hitler
Youth), and other propos-
als.
What is it about the
word free that blinds
people," Thomas asked.
"Nothing is free. No more
bailouts.
"Each person here
must get involved," Thom-
as said. "Each person
must act as if you life de-
pends on it."
"We're the last hope,"
Larry Brock said. "The
government isn't going to
listen. We're going to have
to take it back and then
they will listen."
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Holmes County Kindergarten
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
Elementary and Poplar Springs). Evidence of birth
(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 REGISTRATION ONLY!
Rem em ber parents/guard ians willI be response ble
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
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seven finalists named in an E-One
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new pumper truck. Five Points is the
only Florida entry among the final-
ists.


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line voting at www.e-one.com. Voting
ends at 1 p.m. on April 24. If you have
email, give Five Points your vote.
After casting your vote for Five
Points, second essay on the page,
watch for the verification email you


ately confirming your vote. your vote
is not finalized until you return this
verification email.
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Local


Wecdnesclay, April 22, 2009


TENNESSEE Dr. Bev-
erly Helms of Bonifay con-
ducted the third annual
Advanced Leadership
Seminar for the state or-
ganization of key women
educators in Tennessee.
During the seminar, Helms
discussed the Myers
Briggs Personality Pref-
erence Type, conducted
parliamentary procedure
training, and allowed par-
ticipants to apply their un-
derstanding and practice
their new skills. She also
shared the emphasis at
the international level on
"Creating a Buzz with Ef-
fective Communication."
The Delta Kappa Gam-


ma Society Inter-
national has invited
Helms to attend the
five regional confer-
ences this summer
in Reno, Nevada;
Little Rock, Arkan-
sas; Burlington,
Vermont; Portland, D.
Oregon and Oslo,H
Norway. She will
give two keynote address-
es, five workshops and will
coordinate the pre-con-
ference training sessions
for state organization
editors and webmasters.
"I love the opportunities
that membership in this
organization has afforded
me," Helms said. "It is


an organization of
key women educa-
tors (not a soror-
ity) with members
in 16 countries. It
provides global net-
working opportuni-
ties, leadership de-
EVRY velopment, schol-
LS arships, stipends
for attendance at
conferences, and financial
assistance to women from
non-member countries to
attend universities in the
United States. We are cur-
rently paying for the teach-
er training for Afghanistan
women who were not al-
lowed to work publicly dur-
ing the Taliban regime."


At the state conven-
tion in Florida, May 1-3,
Dr. Helms will conduct a
workshop on Increasing
Your Visibility. She has also
been tapped to introduce
the international guest n
give a report related to the
Southeast Regional Con-
ference to be held in Little
Rock Arkansas in July. Also
attending the state conven-
tion from her chapter, Del-
ta Theta, are Joli Hartzog,
chapter president, Merle
Jones who will be inducted
into the State Hall of Fame
and installed as the second
vice president and Dr. Bob-
bie Dawson, chapter trea-
surer.

5K Run/Walk

for Women's

Health

Numerous events May
101 onr a., .....
Women's Health Week

BONIFAY Women in
Holmes County are en-
couraged to take simple
steps to lead longer,
happier, healthier lives
during the 10th annual
National Women's Health
Week, which begins on
Mother's Day Sunday
May 10 and ends Saturday
May 16. Special events
that celebrate National
Women's Health Week in-
clude: National Women's
Check-Up Day on Mon-
day, May 11 and a 5K Run/
Walk on May 1 starting at
6 p.m.
National Women's
Health Week empowers
women across the country
to get healthy by taking
action. During the week,
families, communities,
businesses, government,
health organizations and
other groups work to-
gether to educate women
about steps they can take
to improve their physical
and mental health and
prevent disease.
These steps include:
Engage in physical activ-
ity most days of the week;
choose healthy foods; visit
a health care provider to
receive regular check-ups
and preventive screenings
and Avoid risky behaviors,
like smoking and not wear-
ing a seat belt.
May 11 is National
Women's Check-Up Day
This day encourages
women to visit health care
professionals to receive
or schedule a checkup.
It also promotes regular
checkups as vital to the
early detection of heart
disease, diabetes, cancer,
mental health illnesses,
sexually transmitted in-
fections, and other condi-
tions.
Participants should
contact their doctor or
nurse to discuss these and
other tests or vaccines
they may need to have;
schedule an appointment
for at least one of the tests
or vaccines to take place
In ah het90 thaesnd
ery day.
5KRun/WalkonMayl4--
Holmes County Health
Department is partnering
with Tri County Commu-
nity Council and the Flor-
ida Tobacco and Preven-
tion Control Program to
sponsor a 5K run/walk to
raise awareness for wom-
en's health on May 14 at 6
p.m.
The race will start and
end at Middlebrooks Park.
T-Shirts will be available
two weeks after the race
for all participants.
Pre-Register by May
7 at the Holmes County
Health Department or
download the registration
form at www.holmeschd.
com.
The day of the race,
registration begins at
5 p.m. at Middlebrooks
Park. Cost is $10 per per-


son. Proceeds benefit the
PINK program to pay for
mammogram screenings
tO Holmes County women
under 50 years old.


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ter-Day Saints in Bonifay and Chipley have part-
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and other community partners to sponsor the
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Saturday, April 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p m.
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CECILIA SPEARs
Chipley High School student, Cody Sikora was honored last week in a
scholarship signing ceremony hosted by CHS and Tiger 100 in the school gym.


Diamond

REPORT

SOFTBALL
Mosley I 2, Vernon 2
LYNN HAVEN Candyce Hill was 3
for 3 with three RBIs to pace Mosley
to a run-rule win. She also pitched an
inning of relief of starter and winner
Megan Creel.

Rutherford I 1, Chipley 7
CHIPLEY Christina Williams took
the win for Rutherford with six strike-
outs and two walks in the complete-
game effort. She also was 2 for 5 with
a double, Mary Kitts was 2 for 4 with a
triple and a home run and Katy Kitto 2
for 3 with a double.

Arnold 3, Graceville 2
PANAMA CITY BEACH Arnold coach
Rick Green earned his 300th career
high school softball victory on Tues-
day, but it didn't come without a rally
from his team.
The Marlins trailed visiting Gracev-
ille 2-0 in the bottom of the sixth in-
ning. Lauren Butherus hit a two-run
home run to tie the game and Maddie
Kolovich drove in Maryann K~line for a
3-2 is toy ButhrusC ndtnKlin c h
doubled.
Tristan Kitchens pitched a com-
plete game with eight strikeouts and
no walks for the win.

Sneads 2,
Holmes County 0
SNEADS Clarissa Childs no-hit
Holmes County. Mary Elizabeth Pip-
pin took the loss for Holmes County
despite 11 strikeouts. Sneads scored
both of its runs in the sixth inning off
the Blue Devils (12-9).

Holmes County 6,
Graceville 0
GRACEVILLE Winning pitcher
Rachel Gavin allowed three hits,
walked one and struck out 13 for Hol-
mes County in its final regular sea-
son game. Gavin was also 1 for 3 and
scored two runs.
Jenna Belser was 2 for 4 with two

Rn~d IlyM Gonver In 1fowa3s fho 4,
RBI.
Holmes County (13-9-2) opened its
district tournament Tuesday at Mari-
anna.

BASEBALL
Holmes County 6,
Vernon I
BONIFAY Will Thompson pitched
a complete-game two-hitter with 11
strikeouts and three walks in leading
Holmes County. Travis Mosley had
two singles and an RBI and Cody Har-
rison doubled for the Blue Devils. Aar-
on Mollet's 19-game hitting streak was
snapped for Holmes County (17-5).

Bozeman 12, Cottondale 0
SAND HILLS Dustin Duncan and
Jordan Hobbs combined on a two-hit-
ter, Duncan pitching the first four in-
nings for his sixth victory in the run-
rule triumph
The Bucks, 15-6, 8-0 in District 2-2A,
were led in hitting by Duncan with a
three-run home run. Ryan Hardy was
3 for 3, Paul Myers 2 for 2 with a double
and Nick Peterson had a double.

Chipley I 3, Sneads 9
CHIPLEY Adam Pitts was 2 for 4
with a home run and three RBIs, Alex
Gonzalez 3 for 4 and Justin Burnham
2 for 4 for Chipley. Justin Chambers
struck out six and gave up 11 hits in
the complete-game win. Chipley (14-6)
was at Vernon on Tuesday.


SOFTBALL PERISCOPE
The following is a list of area ath-
letes playing college softball and their
statistics as of April 17, unless noted.
Tiffany Adkison (Vernon), Gulf
Coast, Fr., OF- (as ofApril2) .234 avg.,
47 AB, 8 R, 11 H, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 3 SB.
Lacey Russ (Holmes Coun-
ty), Chipola, Fr., IF Russ was
redshirted.
Mikaela Strickland (Holmes Coun-
ty), Tallahassee, Fr., IF (as of April
2) .200 avg., 25 AB, 1 R, 5 H, 2 RBIs.
Crystal Thompson (Holmes Coun-
ty), Gulf Coast, Fr., OF (as of April
2) .294 avg., 119 AB, 22 R, 35 H, 8 2B,
2 HR, 21 RBIs.

Anyone with information on the
whereabouts of other area athletes
now playing college softball is asked to
call The News Herald at 850-747-5065
or e-mail bmilnerepenh.com.


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(EllLIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
HIPLEY Chipley High School
student Cody Sikora was hon-
ored last week in a scholarship
signing ceremony hosted by
CHS and Tiger 100 in the school gym.
Sikora signed a football scholarship
to join the Bethel Wildcats of McKenzie,
Tenn., as their newest kicker.
"I was never really into football until
recently," Sikora said. "I started out in
soccer, and when I moved here I found
out they didn't have a soccer team, so I
joined the football team."
Because he was an avid soccer player,


he said, kicking came naturally. Now,
that kicking talent has earned him a
scholarship to college.
"Cody is a terrific young man," coach
Terry Ellis said. "He is an outstanding
kicker, an outstanding student and an all-
around outstanding young man."
He said that he enjoyed working with
Sikora and that he will be missed.
"He's a terrific kid and was fun to
work with," he said. "He'll make us all
proud."
Sikora said he was very excited about
his new journey, which begins July 31.
"I would like to thank all my coaches,
especially Terry Ellis, who has been an
awesome coach," he said. "And I would
like to thank all of my family."


The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commis-
sion's (FWC) Deer Manage-
ment Team is ready to gather
input from Florida's hunters
on potential changes to the
state's current hunt-
ing zones and corre-
sponding deer hunting
season dates, which if
approved, could come
into effect as early as
the 2010-11 hunting
season.
The team has met Tony
for 2%/ years, devel- Outta' t
oping its living-and-
breathing "Strategic
Plan for Deer Management in
Florida 2008-2018," which was
approved by the Commission
last year. FWC staff continues
to work with its stakeholder
group representing many of
the state's hunting and con-
servation organizations/asso-
ciations, other governmental
agencies and large private
landowners to make this plan
the very best it can be.
The project is under the
new leadership of Deer Man-
agement Program coordina-
tor Cory Morea, but the plan's
objectives and goals remain
the same: to ensure a healthy


deer population that meets
the public's desires for recre-
ational hunting, while protect-
ing landowners' rights and en-
suring the long-term welfare
of the species.
The FWC is sched-
uling six public meet-
ings around the state
Near key metropolitan
areas to gather input
from the hunting pub-
lic on potential chang-
8;es to hunting zones
Young and season dates. The
he Wood agency wants to solicit
as much public com-
ment as possible and
everyone is invited.
The meetings will be an
open-house type format with
the Deer Management Team
making a presentation, fol-
lowed by question and answer
sessions with individual team
members to give hunters
more one-on-one time with
FWC staff.
The six meetings will be
in West Palm Beach, Fort
Myers, Crestview, Lakeland,
Lake City and Tallahassee
and are being scheduled be-
tween late April and July.
For more information, visit
www.MyFWC.com/Hunting.


PUBLIC MEETINGS
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC)
has scheduled public
meetings throughout the
state to receive input
from Florida hunters on
possible changes to the
state's hunting zones
and corresponding deer
hunting season dates.
Meetings in this area
will be at the following
locations:
*Wednesday, May
20, 6-8 p.m. (CDT)
in Crestview at the
Crestview Community
Center, 1446 Commerce
Drive, 850-682-0647.
*Wednesday,
June 10, 6-8 p.m.
in Tallahassee at the
Anti ue Car Museum
6800 Mahan Drive,
850-942-01 37.
For more on recent
FWC changes go to
bonifaynow.com or
chipleypaper.com


PDL. Di0mond Snorts
readies for opening day
PONCE DE LEON PDL
Diamond Sports will host
its opening day Saturday.
Games will begin at 9 a.m.
with opening day ceremonies
beginning at noon. Each
team and coach will be
recognized.
Fried catfish or barbecue
chicken plates will be sold for
$6 each. Plates include baked
beans, coleslaw or potato
salad, cake and sweet tea.
Other concessions will be sold
as well.
The dunking booth will
open at 1 p.m. Elementary
student prices are $1 a shot,


$3 for four shots, and $5 for
seven shots. Adult prices are
$2 a shot, $5 for three shots,
and $10 for seven shots.
Local community members
are invited to volunteer for
the dunking booth. Proceeds
will support the Ponce de
Leon Old Gym Renovation
Inmd.

P.C. Pirates back for
second season
PANAMA CITY Head coach
Bill Elliott will be returning
to the Panama City Pirates
along with Panama City locals
CD Harris, Ryan Rogers and
Kenneth Robinson.
"My goal is for the Pirates


to be competitive right out
of the gate. I feel we have
fielded a very good and very
competitive team and the
fans should be excited about
the level of talent coming
to our program," Elliott
said.
General Manager Carey
Turner said, "Thanks
to the support and help
from our good friends and
major sponsors including
Innovations Federal Credit
Union, Knology, the TDC,
and the Origin at Seahaven,
this season is shaping up
nicely from a management
perspective."
The team will play
home games at Gavlak


Stadium in Panama City
Beach.
The season opener is
at 6 p.m. May 10 at the
Bradenton Academics. In
honor of Mother's Day, all
mothers get in free.
Panama City Pirates
season tickets on sale.
General admission starts at
$8 for Adults, $6 for children
ages 6-12, and free for children
5 and under. Families of four
or more can get a group rate
starting at $20, or $5 per
person.
Season tickets start at
$38.
For more information, visit
www.panamacitypirates.com
or call 850-248-HOOK (4665).


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Lawson State

The Enterprise-Ozark
Community College Boll
Weevils tuned up for the
late-season conference
stretch run by manhandling
the visitors from Lawson
State, 13-1, Tuesday after-
noon. Enterprise is in the
thick of the battle for a play-
off berth
and will


opponents,
including
league-
leading
Central Al- Zach
abama and Jusdofsky
Wallace-
Dothan, before the end of
the regular season May 2.
Tuesday, Seth Currie
led the 16-hit EOCC attack
with a 5-for-5 performance
that produced three RBIs
and two runs scored in
support of winning pitcher
Zach Jadofsky, (CHS '08)
who pitched the complete-
game, seven-inning gem
in which he allowed six
hits, no walks and the lone
earned run.
Jerome Jones was 2-for-
4 with a pair of runs scored
and two RBI's; Myles Min-

ru:: .= re::nd nRBI;
Kyle Davis was 1-for-2 with
two runs scored and an
RBI; Matt Whitton was 2-
for-4 with two runs scored;
Matt West was 2-for-4 with
a run scored; Xavier Ran-
dolph was 2-for-4 with a
run scored and three RBI;
and Michael Gomilla was 1-
for-2 with a run scored and
two RBI. Currie, Gomilla,
Randolph, and West had
doubles, and Currie and
Jones had a stolen base
each.
Jadofsky has seen ac-
tion on the mound in thir-
ty-two innings of baseball
in eleven games. So far
in the season he has a 2-
1 record and an ERA of
2.81.
Over the weekend,
EOCC dropped a three
game series with Chat-
tahoochee Valley, to
put their self at disad-
vantage to make the con-
ference playoffs. EOCC
will begin their final
home stand this coming
weekend, April 24 25,
against Jefferson Davis.
Friday's game is schedules
for a 1 p.m. start and Satur-
day's double hitter is slated
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Wednesday, APRIL 22, 2009 Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE 1


RELAY FOR LIFE SCHEDULE

CHIPLEY Relay For Life
2009 schedule:

*Team captain meetings will
be at the First Baptist Church in
Chipley at 6:30 p.m. April 23.
*April 30 is bank night T-shirt
pickup at 5 p.m. at Regions Bank.
*The Survivor lap will be at
6:30 p.m. May 1.
*May 8-9 Relay For Life events.
*May 21 is the Relay Wrap-up
at 6:30 p.m. at the First Baptist
Church.
*May 26 Committee Wrap-up
will be held at noon at Gloria's
Restaurant.

Relay For Lile is a worldwide
movement that takes place in
19 countries outside the U.S.
Comprehensive cancer information
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CHIPLEY The annual Washington County Relay for Life is coming up soon, and
organizers are rounding up activities for the annual event on May 8-9 at old Chipley
High School track.


Wayne Cagle is shown as he prepared to head on his cross-country bicycle
fundraiser.



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CHIPLEY Wayne Cagle has a goal to
raise $50,000 for Relay for Life. Along with
the proceeds from his bicycle trip to San
Diego, Calif., he is offering chances to win
a barrel of family fun, a $400 value.
Among the items in the barrel of fun
are fishing reels, picnichbasket, backpack,
Cancun gift card, $15 Southern Barbecue
gift certificate, $20 Sonny's Barbecue gift


card, football 10-game set, waterproof
camera, six games each of miniature golf
and bowling at Kindel Lanes in Marian-
na, two large pizzas from Pizza Hut and
many more prizes.
Tickets are $2 each or six for $10. Call
Vinita Yon at 638-4956 to purchase your
tickets. The drawing will be at the Relay
for Life Walk on May 8.


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Open house
MARIANNA -Air
Heart 2 invites EMS
providers to visit
their base in Marianna.
Open house is planned
from I I a.m. to 3 p.m.
May 18-22 and 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. May 23.
RSVP to cshores@
airmethods.com,
cporter@airmethods.
com or 850-394-7540.

DTV transition
by June 12
All full-power
television stations will
make the transition
to all digital between
April 16 and June 12.
The FCC will give
a presentation and
answer questions
at the following
locations:Wash ington
County Public Library,
1444 Jackson Ave **
6:30 p.m. May 5 and
Wausau Branch
Library,Wausau Town
Hall, 6:30 p.m. May 7.
For information, call
638-1314.

Realtors support
Fair Housing
The National
Association of
Realtors has
designated April as
Fair Housing Month,
The Chipola Area
Board of Realtors says
despite falling prices
and difficult mortgage
market, fair housing is
still the law of the land.
Fair housing
requires fair lending.
The Community
Reinvestment Act
of 1977 obligates
banks to meet the
needs of low and
moderate income
neighborhoods.


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INDEX
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Faith ..................................Page B4
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Challenge Boys Ranch is having
an open house for the general pub-
lic Saturday, May 2.
A silent auction begins at noon,
and will feature new credenzas and
hutches, housewares and many
Other items. A black angus bull calf
and a king ranch quarter horse will
be auctioned, as well.
At 6 p.m, teen challenge stu-
dents will provide music, drama
and testimonies. Door prizes will
be announced at the 6 p.m. cel-
ebration service.
The Panhandle Peacemakers
"Ride and Shoot" competition will
take place in the Teen Challenge
Corral from 2-3:30 p.m.


Clowns and face painting will be
provided for children attending the
open house.
Dinner barbecue plates will be
sold from 3:30- 5 p.m. for $5 each.
There is no admission fee to the
open house event.
Teen Challenge is home to 75
young men, ages 12-17, from all
over the nation They follow a rig-
orous Christian discipleship pro-
gram.
West Florida Teen Challenge
is located on State Road 2, north
of Bonifay and three miles west of
State 79.
Please RSVP if you are plan-
ning to bring a group. Call Barbara
at 547-9011.


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Society


Wednesday, April 22, 2009


lan Joshua
Fowler
lan Joshua
Fowler was
born April 7 and
weighed five
pounds, nine
ounces and was
19 inches long.
His parents are
Joshua Earl
Fowler, formerly
of Chipley and his
wife Sheri. His
brother Ethan
and sister Ashlyn
welcomed him
home. The family
is stationed in
Fort Stewart, Ga.


Angela Butler
Angela Butler will be
performing two roles in a
theatrical play in Sandy
Springs, Ga. just outside of
Atlanta on May 16 and 17.
The play "Lord Why Me" was
written and directed by T.Y.
Martin an international writer
and comedian.
Angela's mother is Bessie
Russ and her stepfather is
Jimmy Russ, both of Chipley.
Her father Marvin Butler lives
in Huntsville, Ala.
To purchase tickets, call
Angela at 638-9312 or 1-850-726-
6780 (cell).


:Brennan Lanier
SStasko
*Brennan
SLanier Stasko was
.born March 5 in
.Jackson Hospital
*in Marianna.
*His parents are
.Jessica Reece and
:Randall Stasko.
: His grandparents
* are Pam Partridge
. of Dora, Ala.,
Joseph Stasko of
* Warrior Ala. and
SDonald and Lisa
. Reece of Chipley.
SBrennan's great-
Sgrandmothers are
*Patty Lou Hanson
.of Emery Wisconsin
and Ora Reece
of Marietta, Ga.
*He also has one
.great-grandfather,
William Stasko of
Warrior and five
*uncles.


City. Christopher is a 2003
graduate of Columbia
High School in Lake City
and a 2008 graduate of
The Baptist College of
Florida where he earned
a Bachelor of Arts in
Ministry. He is employed
at Wal-Mart while he
seeks a full-time minister
of youth position.


The couple was
engaged Christmas Eve
2008 and is planning a May
23 wedding. The ceremony
will be held at 2 p.m. at the
R.G. Lee Chapel atThe
Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville. A reception
at The Gathering will
immediately follow the
ceremony.



Majors/Wilson
engaged
Amanda Michelle Majors
and Dominique Deshaun
Wilson, together with
their families, announce
their engagement and
forthcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Doyle and Mary
Majors of Bonifay and the
granddaughter of Roy and
Gertrude Majors, also of
Bonifay.
Amanda is a 1997
graduate of Holmes County
High School and is employed
with the Bonifay Post Office.
The prospective groom
is the son of Mary Penn of
Bonifay.
Dominique is a 1999
graduate of Holmes County
High School and is enrolled
in the barber program
at Washington-Holmes
Technical Center. The
couple will exchange vows
on May 2, at 5 p.m. Gritney
Baptist Church. A reception
will be held in the church
fellowship hall immediately
after the ceremony. All
friends and relatives are
cordially invited to attend.


C0llinS' f0Uni0H
The Henry and Minnie Lee Collins reunion will be held Saturday, April
25 at the Black Community Center in Black, Ala. All family and friends are
invited to arrive early and enjoy a day of fellowship. Lunch will be served
around noon. For directions or further information, call 547-3276.


mome: s v'1~ is YjaCksonvine comI:


Fries/Phillips
engagement
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Fries of Richland Center,
Wis., formerly of Bonifay,
and Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Phillips, of Lake City are
pleased to announce
the engagement and
upcoming marriage of
their children, Rebekah
Lynn Fries of Graceville
to Christopher Alan
Phillips of Lake City.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry L. Chamberlin
of Bonifay, Mary Fries
and the late Theron
Fries of Richland Center,
Wis. Rebekah is a 2000
graduate of Trinity Home
School and a 2004 graduate
of The Baptist College
of Florida where she
earned a Bachelor of Arts
in Christian Education.
She is employed as an
admissions counselor with
The Baptist College of
Florida.
The prospective groom
is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Billy Strickland,
Linda Taylor and the late
Bobby Phillips, all of Lake


Marty and J.D.
Garner
Marty and J.D.
Garner of Sunny
Hills recently
celebrated 55 years
of marriage. The
couple was married
April 18, 1954 in
Massachusetts. J.D.
Garner is a retired
Marine and Marty
used to publish
the Sunny Hills
newsletter.





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Army Pvt. AshleyV. Paugh of Chipley. Ashley is a 2008 Infantryman One Station Unit
graduate of Devine High School. Training at Fort Benning,
Army Pvt. Ashley V Paugh Columbus, Ga. The training
recently graduated from basic consists of Basic Infantry Training
combat training at Fort Jackson, Army Pvt. Braden and Advanced Individual Training.
Columbia, S.C. She is the M. Owens Owens is the son of Dennis and
daughter of Evelyn Montague Alma Owens of Graceville. He is a
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Sa rda Api 2. Gates
open at 3:30 p.m. and the
show starts at 5:30.
Live entertainment daily:
Rhythm All Stars, on April
22; Entice, from Nashville,
Tenn., April 23; Legends
of the Beach (formerly the
Embers) play April 24 and
April 25.
Each day, prior to the
show at 4 p.m., the Ivey
Brothers will entertain,
See specialty acts with
monkeys riding dogs herd-
ing sheep and Brahma bulls
jumping through fire. Also,
kiddie rides and entertain-
ment, arts and crafts and
food venders.
Reserved seating is
available.
For more information
on the festival and reserva-
tions, call 850-914-9030 or
visit www.gulfcoasthorse-
show~com. For additional
information about Panama
City Beach, call 1-800-PC-
BEACH.

Geneva Festival on
the Rivers
GENEVA, Alal.- The 34th an-
nual Geneva Festival on the
Rivers will be held April 24-
26. For ticket information,
call 334-313-8177, vendor
information, 334- 248-2432,
334-313-8177,334-684-2913.

Annual Geneva
COUnty Pageant
SAMSON, Ala. -The annu-
al Geneva County pageant
will be held Saturday, April
25 in the Samson Elemen-
tary Cafetorium.
Baby Miss, 0-23 moths;
Tiny Miss, 2-3 years; Phture
Little Miss, 4-6 years; Young
Junior Miss, 7-9; Junior
Miss, 10-12.
There will be no prac-
tices and no interviews for
these divisions. These age
division are open to anyone
in Alabama, Florida and
Georgia.
Little Miss, first grade;
Teem Miss, 13-16; and Miss,
17-21 divisions will be held
at 7 p.m. Miss and little Miss
contestants must reside
or go to school in Geneva
County an will represent
Geneva County in the Na-
tional Peanut Festival Pag-
eants in October.
Teen Miss division is
open to anyone in Alabama,
Fdoddadiv insG rl have n
terviews and two practices.
Winners from the morn-
ing pageant will be special
guest at the evening pag-
eant, 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,
contact Terri King at 334-
898-7508; Lauren Fountain
at 726-3544 or Haden Ward,
449-1616.


Baptist College holds blood drive
The Baptist College of Flor-
ida (BCF) in Graceville hosted
the second blood drive of the
semester on April 9 with a good
number of students and staff
participating. The Southeast-
ern Community Blood Center
(SCBC) bus from Marianna
was in the parking lot in front
of the BCF Assembly Center
giving students, faculty, staff,
and campus guests the oppor-
tunity to give blood throughout
the day.
According to event coordi-
nator, BCF Activities Director
Tripp Battle, several people on
campus participated this time
in the blood drive for the first
time. "It was my very first time
to give blood, ever," stated BCF
alum Malia Parrish. "I wanted I
to participate this time because .
it is for such a good cause.
Maybe my contribution will
help to save someone's life." ~J
Parrish works on campus in the
Admissions Office and decided
to go with several other people
in the office as they were giving
blood.
For more information on up-
coming BCF activities or future
blood drives, contact Tripp Bat- BCF Alum and Admissions Assistant Malia Parrish gives blood for the
tle at 800-328-2660 ext. 409. first time during the blood drive held at The Baptist College of Florida.




An evening of American music at B(F


GRACEVILLE Under the di-
rection of the Music and Wor-
ship Division Chair Don Odom,
The Baptist College of Florida's
(BCF) Male Chorale, College
Singers, and College Winds
presented a musical concert
featuring classical arrangements
of various American composers
on March 26 in the R. G. Lee Cha-
pel.
BCF student conductor Dennis
Kirkland set in motion the evening
of music by directing the Male
Chorale as they sang the Virginia
state song, O Shenandoah.Fol-
lowing the Chorale, the College
Singers performed the entirely
acapella selection, The Peace-
able Kingdom, written by Randall
Thompson.
The musical finale included the
BCF College Winds, led by Profes-
sor Ron Branning, and featured
piano Professor Angela Glover
performing George Gershwin's,
Rhapsody in Blue.


BCF piano Professor Angela Glover performs Rhapsody in Blue
during the American music concert held on March 26.

For more information on up- campus events, contact 800-328-
coming BCF music concerts and 2660 ext. 460.


The Baptist College of Florida
(BCF) Women's Ensemble and
College Winds will be in concert
Thursday, April 23, at 7:00 pm in
the R.G. Lee Chapel.
Under the direction of BCF
Professor Buford Cox and accom-
panied by Mrs. Linda Vaughn, the
smooth sounding Women's En-
semble has performed in church-
es, high schools, and community
colleges throughout the South-
east.
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 Ameri-
can Choral Directors Association
last fall.
Their musical repertoire con-
sists of pieces ranging from clas-
sical arrangements, hymns, spiri-
tuals, folk songs, to contemporary
choral art pieces.
The College Winds, directed by
Professor Ron Branning, are often
featured in BCF chapel services,


special emphasis performances
and multiple local events. The
combined instrumental group has
a strong range of pieces that com-
prise traditional band literature,
sacred hymns, and arrangements
of current worship songs.The
Winds will be featuring patriotic
music and selections written by
American composers during the
evening concert.
For more information on up-
coming musical events, contact
800-328-2660 x427.


P.,,,, .,il Reno
The family of John
Franklin Pettis and Henri-
etta 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.

Saddle up for St. Jude
BONIFAY Saddle up for
St. Jude Trail Ride/Hay Ride
on April 25 starts at 9 a.m. at
1647 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 Mar-
tha Willsey at 547-1754.

Watermelon Pageant
time again
CHIPLEY Each June
over 100 contestants of all
ages from North Florida and
surrounding 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 Florida Watermelon
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 11ti-County
Community 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 Cen-
ter in Chipley. Doors open at
11 a.m. Everyone is invited
to attend the pageant.
Applications can be
picked up at Carolyn's Fash-
ion, 795 Main Street in Chi-
pley. Call Carolyn Sasser at
638-8686 or email bowsby-
carolyneaol.com for more
information.

Dr. Ada Brown retireS
CHIPLEY A retirement
party for Dr. Ada Brown,

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day, May 15, from 11a.m. to
1p.m. in the Marketing
classroom. All friends,
former and present stu-
dents, and family are invited
to stop by and visit with Dr.
Brown.

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School News


Wednesday, April 22, 2009


MARIANNA Some 200
students representing
14 area high schools par-
ticipated in the 25th an-
nual Chipola College Math
Olympiad on April 10.
Students competed indi-
vidually on written exams
in Algebra I and II, Geom-
etry, Trigonometry and Cal-
culus. Teams competed in
three Ciphering competi-
tions and for Team Awards
that are earned through
highest combined scores
on the written exams. For
their hard work, the stu-
dents earned certificates
of participation and were
treated to lunch. The event
concluded with an awards
ceremony in the college
Arts Center.
Overall team winners
are:
First Place; Blount-
stown High School, team
members: Harlea Perdue,
Caitlyn Steward, Ashley Ad-
ams; second, Vernon High
School, team members:
Aids Utebayev, Thomas
Capps, Caitlin Smith.
Ciphering team winners
are:
Algebra I;first, Blount-
stown High School, team
members: Caitlyn Stewart,
Saad Farooqi, RJ. Buggs;
second, Chipley High
School, team members:
Zack Butler, Julia Veit, TyS-
ler Pettis.
Algebra II;first, Mari-
anna High School, team
members: Paul Gochen-
aur, Zach Gilmore, Alex Bi-
gale; second, Vernon High
School, team members:
Caitlin Smith, Victoria
Tanaka, Alex Anderson.
Geometry; first, Ver-
non High School, team
members: Aidos Utebayev,
Autumn Basinger, Chris
Beard; second, Blount-
stown High School, team
members: Harlea Perdue
Travis Pittman, Stewart
Herndon.
Individual award win-
ners by category are:


Algebra I; first, Chi-
pley High School, Zack
Butler; second, Blount-
stown High School, Caitlyn
Stewart; third(tie), Blount-
stown High School, Saad
Farooqi; Holmes County
High School, Alex Mein-
tel; fourth, Holmes County
High School, Zach Cooley;
fifth, Holmes County High
School, Madison Simmons;
sixth (tie), Altha Public
School, Ty~ler McClellan;
Bethlehem High School,
Summer Potter; seventh
(tie), Chipley High School,
Ty~ler Pettis; Graceville
High School, Jen He So;
eighth (tie), Marianna
High School, Will Glover;
Chipley High School, Julia
Veit; ninth, Marianna High
School, Jamie McCoy; tenth
(tie), Vernon High School,
Thomas Capps; Sneads
High School, Alan Toole.
Algebra II; first, Liberty
County High School, Jing
Jing Dai; second, Marianna
High School, Zach Gilmore;
third, Blountstown High
School, Aubrey Tharpe;
fourth, Blountstown High
School, Ashley Adams; fifth,
Marianna High School,
Alex Bigale; sixth, Vernon
High School, Victoria Tana-
ka; seventh, Vernon High
School, Alex Anderson;
eighth (tie), Marianna High
School, Paul Gochenaur;
Altha Public School, Lu-
cas Basford; ninth, Sneads
High School, Justin Edge;
tenth (tie), Bethlehem High
School, Whitley Albury;
Blountstown High School,
Tarak Amin; Graceville
High School, Garrett Ste-
verson.
Geometry; first, Ver-
non High School, Aidos
Utebayev; second, Blount-
stown High School, Travis
Pittman; third (tie), Blount-
stown High School, Harlea
Perdue and Stewart Hern-
don; fourth, Holmes County
High School, Jon Pendoley;
fifth (tie), Marianna High
School,Clayton Rooks; Pop-


lar Springs High School,
Sarah Bowen; sixth (tie),
Marianna High School,
Ashley Laramore; Chi-
pley High School, Michael
Pritchard; seventh (tie),
Marianna High School,
Kristi Folds; Altha Public
School, Kala Sewell; eighth,
Sneads High School, Chris
Justiss; ninth (tie), Chipley
High School, Luke Hinson;
Bethlehem High School,
Brittany Riley; tenth (tie),
Bethlehem High School,
Brittany May; Liberty
County High School, Shawn
Arrant.
Trigonometry; first,
Marianna High School,
Travis Bontrager; second,
Chipley High School, Jes-
sica O'Keefe; third, Vernon
High School, Sakib Rah-
man; fourth (tie), Holmes
County High School, Haley
Granger; Marianna High
School, Maria Anna Osiec-
ka; fifth, Bethlehem High
School, Ethan Thomas;
sixth, Holmes County High
School, Christy Bess; sev-
enth, Holmes County High
School, Cody Brentner;
eighth, Vernon High School,
Belton Snider; ninth (tie),
Chipley High School, Hill-
ary Saunder and Adriane
Guettler; tenth, Bethlehem
High School, Heidi Kriser.
Calculus; first, Beth-
lehem High School, Me-
gan Dady; second, Mari-
anna High School, Sai
Chin; third, Marianna
High School, Chris Saw-
yer; fourth, Chipley High
School, John Tomkiewicz;
fifth, Chipley High School,
Miranda Shaw; sixth, Chi-
pley High School, Mary-
beth Alderman; seventh,
Marianna High School,
Alex Nowell; eighth, Beth-
lehem High School, Mindy
Dampier; ninth, Holmes
County High School, Ash-
lee Eaton; and tenth (tie),
Chipley High School,
Charity Newsom; Holmes
County High School, Gary
Moore.


SUBMITTED PHOTO
These fourth grade students at Vernon Elementary were caught being good
last week as they cleaned up limbs, trash, and other debris cluttering the VES
playground.


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VERNON After the She said that they were
big series of storms that not given any instructions
passed through during for the clean-up process.
spring break, fourth grad- Webb reported that
ers at Vernon Elementary when she asked why they
helped to clean up limbs, were doing this, they said
trash, and other debris that it was something that
cluttering the VES play- they saw and it looked like
ground. Claudia Webb something the needed to
caught these students. be done in order for stu-


be1Hg gOO
dents to play safely on the
playground. Webb, along
with the rest of the admin-
istration, staff, and stu-
dents at VES commend
these young men on dem-
onstrating a character
trait, which is imperative
for great leaders and citi-
zens--Initiative.


WHTC Graduation
CHIPLEY Wash nto
Holmes Technical Ceten
will hold grduatio cr
emonies on May 7 starting
at 7 p.m. in the Washing-
ton County Ag Center on
Hwy 90.

)jung? Theatre at Pdl
high school
The musical theater de-
partment of Ponce de Leon
High School announces its
upcoming dinner theater
production for the 2008/09
school year.
This will mark the de-
partment's 27th annual din-
ner theater performance.
The curtain is scheduled
to open on Friday, April 24,
and Saturday, April 25, to
Hillbilly Hayride, a musi-
cal comedy that blends the
feuding and fighting of the
Hatfield's and McCoy's with
the young love of Romeo
and Juliet.
Young Lee Roy Calhoun,
played by Chase Crow, and
Emmy Lou Tolliver, played
by Laura Sweat, must find
a way to end the feud be-
tween their families so they
can marry. Meanwhile, Paw
Calhoun, played by Seth
Skinner, and Maw Tolliver,
played by Maggie Baker,
vow that the two will only
get married over "their
sweet smellin' dead bod-
ies," and the two hundred
year old on -going feud will
never end. Throw into the
mix two competing, near
bankrupt New York publish-
ing companies, and a couple
of Hollywood film producers
and the laughs never stop.
11tue to "Hillbilly" eti-


quette, the menu for the
evening will consist of "fin-
ger lickin' good" fried chick-
en, mashed potatoes with
country gravy, green beans,
corn on the cob, hot rolls,
banana pudding, 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.

HCHS Class of 1979
BONIFAY The HCHS
class of 1979 is planning
its 30-year class reunion.
A meeting to discuss plans
for the event is scheduled
for April 30 at 7:00 p.m. at
Simbo's Restaurant in Bon-
ifay. Class members are in-
vited to attend the meeting
and help plan the reunion.
Also, current addresses or
phone numbers for fellow
classmates are needed. For
more information contact
Dale Short at 547-4081 or
Liz Rone at 547-9793.

UWF Summer Online

3fogf0m
PENSACOLA Registra-
tion is now open for the
University of West Florida
online summer session.
Both undergraduate-and
graduate level courses are
available online. The UWF
Summer Online program
allows students to learn at
their own pace, anywhere,
anytime. Students can meet
their nine-hour summer en-
rollment requirement for
Florida undergraduates,


and courses are fully trans-
ferable to other colleges and
universities.
With approximately 300
online courses offered this
summer, students of all fo-
cus areas and majors have
access to many degree ne-
cessities and electives. For
college freshmen and soph-
omores and high school
students preparing to en-
ter college, a wide-range of
general education courses
in math, English, science
and more are offered. .
For career profession-
als who want to get started
on their master's degrees,
the UWF Teacher Educa-
tion, Master of Science 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 materials that are
housed inside a Learning
Management System(LMS)
Web site. Standard class-
room textbooks and printed
materials are typically used
in combination with on-
line lectures, assignments
and supplementary course
materials. Many courses
will also use a threaded
discussion forum and chat
rooms in which students
can share information, col-
laborate 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.


VERNON David Church, Vernon
Elementary third grade student, has
reached an Accelerated Reader
mi estone for te second year. He has
been reading and testing on books all
school year and within the past eight
months, has earned over 250 AR points.
This is a hard task to accomplish since
each book may only be worth .5 to 5
points each. Gail Seaboch, librarian
at Vernon Elementary School, said that
David accomplished this same task as
a first grader and she hopes that he not
only keeps up the tradition for the many
sc ool years to come, but tat he aso
continues his love for reading throughout
his entire lifetime.
Church's name will be place on
the VES Library Accelerated Reader
plaque along with others who have
accomplished reading goals.


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School News


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Vernon High School an-
nounces its honor rolls for
the third nine weeks of the
2008/09 sh ol yea?
All As: Autum Basinger,
Katherine Gimenez. A/B:
Victoria Andrews, Robert
Baldry, Emily Curtright, Ni-
cole Dykes, Bryce Farrar,
Samantha Gipson, Jessica
Grigsby, Lacey Hendrix,
Lealan Lykins, Mary John
Mendoza, Micah Munson,
Taylor Pope, Leslie Shafer,
Alexander Shatas, Maegan
Sheehan.
Grade 10:
All As: Victoria Tanaka.
A/B: CodyBetts, Jordan Bid-
dle, Krisinda Bouton, Emily
Carter, Kimberly Carter, Ca-
leb Coppedge, Raven Dean,
Courtney Haddock, Brittany
Keown, Eric Lee, Jedidiah
Mainor, Racheal Phillips,
Lauren Register, Ross Ri-
ley, Troy Snider, Alexander
Tatum, Robert Wetherbee,
Kayla Williams.
Grade 11:
All As: Eva Frye, Jes-
sica Hendrix, Caitlin Smith.
A/B: Alexander Anderson,
Christopher Blankenship,
Shannah Bober, Mar-
ian Cooper, Brittany Davis,
Zackary Jackson, Melanie
Keller, Elise Kirk, Mercedes
Peterson, Chayce Stray, Ai-
dos Utebayer
Grade 12:
All As: Sakib Rahman,
Ian Smith, Keeli Tritz, Jay-
shre' Wallace, Jamie Yates.
A/B: Haley Adkison, Alicias
Barnes, Cassandra Buntin,
Anthony Collins, Haley Cos-
son, Mathew Finch, Crystal
Grippo, Kathleen Hicks,
Benjamin Keown. Kayla
Reddick, Catherine Rogers,
Meagan Stone, Catherine
White.

Vernon M~iddle School
announces is third nine
weeks honor rolls for the
2008/09 school yea?
Fifth Grade:
All As: William Bradley,
Jade Coatney, John Eng-
lish, Daniel Evans, Avery


Hodges, Caitlin Hogue,
Kristin Lucas, Ryan Malloy,
Nathanael Pitts. A/B: Jor-
dn Ad s T serB Admo
Basinger, Tabitha Bourkard,
Austin Brady, Olivia Brock,
Victoria Church, Alyssa
Curlee, Zain Day, Johnnie
Evans, McKenzie Faison,
Shawnee Freed, Cameron
Goff, Tony Hagan, Kaytlin
Hall, Taylor Hammack, An-
drew Hess, Joshua Isen-
hoff; Jade Joyner, Crystal
Kolmetz, Damon Mackey,
MalcomMcCray, Timothy
Miller, Avery Moon, Des-
tiny Murray, Allannah Pate,
Breanna Pate, Marissa Pot-
ter, Adrean Rodgers, Mat-
thew Rowe, Ruben Salinas,
Natalie Sanders, Rachel
Schmitt, Shawn Searcy, Jes-
sica Smelcer, Joseph Smith,
Colby Thompson, Breanna
Walker, Christian Walker,
Heath Webb.
Sixth Grade:
All As: Genevieve Kun-
kel, Kayla Rudd. A/B:
'Itaice Adams, Leana An-
drews, Kelly Barnes, Sargie
Barnes, Jordan Cook, Cait-
lyn Hutton, Bradley Kusiak,
Jeremy Majors, Paige Pope,
Julie Sheehan, Shana Sloan,
Logan Smith, Colby Stepha-
ns, Lyndsae Stray, Hope
Taylor, Kaylee Walingsham.
Seventh Grade:
All As: Kyle Middle-
mass, Courtney Poppell.
A/B: Anthony Allen, Joseph
Bankston, Jaclyn Coatney,
Gabrielle Cooper, Nathan-
iel Dunn, Taylor Gillespie,
'Itey Gillespie, Terra God-
win, Jamequillan Goodman,
Wesley Hall, Cody Harmon,
Alexander Hess, Brittany
Lansdale, Brandon Malloy,
Brittany Malloy, Morgan
McKenzie, Travis Morris,
Tyvlares Murray, Warren
Redd, Mara Register, An-
twan Siples, James Stray,
Taylor Young.
Eighth Grade:
All As: Bailey Burch,
Destiny Clayton, Alana
Hearn, Caitlyn Parker, Kas-
sidy Walsingham. A/B: Da-


kota Ball, Dean Bollinger,
Hunter Dobbs, Stephanie
Gipson, Dylan Kirk, Lonnie
Moer Pato ,e Crolyu oh,"
pell, Kaitlyn Qualls, Austin
Selden, Autum Shamburger,
Latonya Yelverton.

Washington County
Christian School an-
nounces its honor rolls for
the third nine weeks of the
2008/09 school year
First Grade:
All As: Emma Rines. A/
B: Jayla Kindelspire, Cole
Bellew, George McGhee,
Magnus Ostrowski, Gage
White.
Second Grade:
All As: Aayush Mehta.
A/B: Blane Brasher, Noah
Collins, Justin Holl, Grace
Chastain, Erica Buckbee,
Parker Hooper, Alex Brock,
Zoe' Shafer, Taylor Lee, Hol-
lie Smith, Ashton Carter,
Justin Lee, Lani Anderson,
Jordon Bynum, Jackson
Swearingen, Isaac Wilson,
Seth Miles.
Third Grade:
All As: Shauni Hooper.
A/B: Baylee Steele, Garrett
Kent, Dominic Bouton, Al-
lyanna Haddock, Kaliegh
Laurel.
Fourth Grade:
All As: none. A/B: Lexi
Brasher, Heidi Hutzel, Tyler
Lee, Shane Reed, Kaylee
Finch, Isabella Owens, Ab-
bye Haddock, Garret Kent.
Fifth Grade:
All As: none. A/B: Haley
Bynum, Maegen Zauner.
Sixth Grade:
All As: none. A/B: Kelsey
Gilley, Deanna Wells, Jacob
Farmer, Zane Shafer.
Seventh Grade:
All As: none. A/B: Casey
Wade.
Eighth Grade:
All As: Tiffany Laurie.
A/B: none.
Ninth Grade:
All As: Timothy Seaboch.
A/B: Ander Sullivan.
Tenth Grade:
All As: Marli Sullivan. A/
B: none.


VERNON Last week,
VernonElementarySchool
students participated in
grade-wide spelling bees.
The following are winners
for first, second and fourth
grades (third graders will
hold their bee later this
month) .
First grade spelling bee
winners: Darrin Ranallo,
first place; Keenan Mike,
second place and Hannah
Walters, third place.
Second grade spelling
bee winners: Lana Bush,
first place; Jacob Lee'
second place and third
place went to Destiny
Hennion.
Fourth grade spelling
bee winners: Madisen
Hawes, first place; Mar-
quez Brown, second place
and Vivek Patel won third
place. Alternate: Jade
Curtis.
Fourth grade students
participating: L. Brown's
class Jessica Joyce,
Beth Phillips, Ashton Hall.
Crawford's class Han-
na Collier, Madison Mike'
lade Curtis. Harmon's
cM d s-- Ma uez Bro~wn,
min Reed. Ledet's class
- Vivek Patel, Lauren
Walker, Zaniyah Fisher.
B. Smith's class Zaque-
cia Douglas, Justin Allen,
Cornelious(Cody) Bell.
Thomas's class Rusty
Maddux, Rome Davis,
Rickia Davis.
Giving up their own
time in order to support
VES, judges for the fourth
grade spelling bee were:
retired teacher, Linda
Faison; School Board
Member, Pam Cates;
fourth grade teacher, Me-
Imd~a Hogg; and retired
Worl recep ionis Jonne
Wrey.


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
First grade spelling bee winners are Darrin
Ranallo, first place; Keenan Mike, second place
and Hannah Walters, third place.


Retired teacher, Linda Faison; School Board
member, Pam Cates; fourth grade teacher,
Melinda Hogg; and retired VES receptionist,
JoAnne Worley were judges for the fourth grade
spe lng bee.


Fourth grade spelling bee winners are Madisen
Hawes, first place; Marquez Brown, second
place and Vivek Patel won third place.
Alternate: Jade Curtis.


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DOVe Ramsey at Bonifay
Seventh-daoy Adventist
The Bonifay Severn-Day Adventist
Church will host a nationwide town hall
meeting led by Dave Ramsey on April
23.
Ramsey will broadcast live across
the country discussing the economy, re-
cession, foreclosures and more.
The broadcast will start at 7 p.m. on
April 23 at Bonifay Seventh-Day Adven-
tist Church, 604 S. Mathusheck Street in
Bonifay.

Betlany Baptist Church Sing
BONIFAY The Singing Miracles will
be in concert at 6 p.m. Saturday night,
April 25, at Bethany Baptist Church
in Bonifay. There is no charge for this
event and everyone is invited.

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

Fine Arts Series
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 Street.
A reception to meet the artists
will immediately follow the concert.
Donations accepted for the Fine Arts
Series.


M1111Stry NE WS


God's Vineyard hosts speakers
BONIFAY God's Vineyard Worship
Center will host Richard and Debra
Lucero of Atlanta, Ga. Saturday, May
2, at 7p.m. and Sunday at 11a.m. God's
Vineyard is five miles south of Bonifay
on Highway 79. For more information
please call 535-2471.

Spring sing
VERNON Mossy Hill Methodist
Church will hold its annual Spring Sing
on April 25 from 11 a.m. 4 p.m. Grill
hotdogs and hamburgers with side
dishes will be provided for lunch. The
church is on County 279 between State
77 an

NOW Prospect homecoming
CHIPLEY New Prospect Baptist
Church will celebrate Homecoming on
April 26. Serve starts at 10:30 a.m. Rev.
Matt Basford of Marianna will deliver
the message. The Basford Brothers
Quartet, also of Marianna, will perform
in the afternoon. A covered dish lunch
will be served at noon. New Prospect is
three miles east of Chipley off State 90.

Reedy Assembly AOG
Homecoming
BONIFAY Reedy Assembly of God
Church will hold Homecoming on
April 26. Singing begins at 10a.m. with
guest speaker Juno Douglas at 11 a.m.
Lunch will follow morning services. For
more information call 956-2128 or 547-
5517.


BIBELTONIES
Bible tones at FF WBC
CHIPLEY The First Freewill Baptist
Church at 1387 South Boulevard in Chi-
pley will host the Bibletones in concert
on April 26 at 10:45 a.m. For more infor-
mation, contact the church office at 638-
0598.


Church educational annex building in
Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, held at Ponce de Leon Meth-
odist Church, located on Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY, APRIL 23
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m. Holmes County Library
open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Library
open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m. Wausau Library open.
7 a.m. Holmes County Chamber of
Commerce breakfast
10 a.m.-noon Holmes Council on Ag-
ing provides hot meals and socializa-
tion.
10:30-11 a.m. Chipley Library pre-
school storytime.
11 a.m. Washington Council on Aging
(located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, donations ac-
cepted.


Noon Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, New Life Assembly Fellowh-
ship Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m. Washington County Commis-
sion meeting.
6 p.m. TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Ol-
ive Baptist Church, located three miles
north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep classes each
Tuesday and Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center, 757 Hoyt St.
in Chipley.
6:15 p.m. The Washington/Holmes
Autism Support Group meet at Wood-
men of the World in Chipley. Children
are welcome. Call 547-3173
6:30-8 p.m. "Journeys: Finding Your
Way Through Grief" meeting, at Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center.
8 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes
County.


FAITH


Free to all

A famous department store advertises
its plan for giving away $1,000. A certificate
appears in the newspaper stating on the
following Monday they would sound a
trumpet at a particular moment of the
management's choosing, and
all who were in the store who
also possessed a copy of the
Certificate would be given
S$1,000. The certificate would
serve the store's assurance
this plan would be fulfilled.
What would you do if this
were real?
LET YOUR Having "heard" their
LIGHT SHINIE offer would you go? Having
Wes Webb "believed" would you take
the certificate with you and
obey all the instructions?
This would be the same as doing what Paul
instructed us to do in Ephesians 1:13 what
he wrote, "In whom ye also trusted, after
that ye heard the word of truth, the gospel
of your salvation: in whom also after that ye
believed, ye were sealed with that holy Spirit
of promise.
Well the next question is; would the $1,000
be earned by meritorious "works"? Or be
given by "grace"? The same way that this
$1,000 would be given to you, God also gives
us eternal life. We have not earned it, but God
has given it to us as we are told in Ephesians
2:8-10 which says, "For by grace are ye saved
through faith; and that not of yourselves: it
is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man
should boast. For we are his workmanship,
created in Christ Jesus unto good works,
which God hath before ordained that we
ashou sol ndl emo ask the question; was
the plan chosen, or were specific individuals
"elected," "predestined," or "chosen" by
the management? In other words, did the
individuals who collected the money receive it
because they were specifically chosen before
the conditions were advertised, or were they
"the elect" who received the reward because
they complied with the conditions (plan),
which had been "chosen"? According to Gods
plan we all have been given the opportunity,
but only those who follow God's plan will be
saved. -
In Ephesians 1:3-14 Paul writes, "Blessed
be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus
Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual
blessings in heavenly places in Christ:
According as he hath chosen us in him before
the foundation of the world, that we should
be holy and without blame before him in love:
Having predestinated us unto the adoption of
children by Jesus Christ to himself according
to the good pleasure of his will, To the praise
of the glory of his grace, wherein he hath
made us accepted in the beloved. In whom
we have redemption through his blood, the
forgiveness of sins, according to the riches
of his gr;W~he emn heahnadth ab cnded

Having made known unto us the mystery
of his will, according to his good pleasure
which he hath purposed in himself: That
in the dispensation of the fullness of times
he might gather together in one all things
in Christ, both which are in heaven, and
which are on earth; even in him: In whom
also we have obtained an inheritance, being
predestinated according to the purpose of
him who worketh all things after the counsel
of his own will: That we should be to the
praise of his glory, who first trusted in Christ.
In whom ye also trusted, after that ye heard
the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation:
in whom also after that ye believed, ye were
sealed with that holy Spirit of promise, Which
is the earnest of our inheritance until the
redemption of the purchased possession,
unto the praise of his glory."
Would you have any right to claim the
$1,000 if you did not follow the instructions?
Even if you believed (mentally agreed with)
the advertisement would you have a right to
the gift. In Mark 16:16 Jesus said, "He that
believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but
he that believeth not shall be damned." Belief
is not enough. God demands us to have works
also.
Finally, what if you went to the store with
the certificate in hand but left before the
trumpet sounded? Could you still claim the
$1,000? In Hebrews 3:12-14 the writer says,
"Take heed, brethren, lest there be in any
of you an evil heart of unbelief, in departing
from the living God. But exhort one another
daily, while it is called To day; lest any of you
be hardened through the deceitfulness of
sin." We always need to remember that we
must remain faithful until death to receive
the prize
The obvious answers to these questions
should help us in understanding God's
scheme of redemption. He is sovereign. By
grace He extends salvation to all men. Just
as the store's conditions of reward were
predetermined and could nothbe altered
by the public; likewise God has chosen the
plan of salvation through Christ. However,
God allows man to be a free moral agent,
and whether we are saved or lost will be
determined by our response of faith.
This message is provided by Wes Webb,
evangelist, Chipley of Christ, 1295 Brickcyard
Rd. Chipley, FL 32428 850-638-2366.


Wausau AOG
WAUSAU Wausau Assembly of God
church will host the Riddell Family as
they minister during the morning and
evening services on April 26. Morning
service begins at 10:30 a.m. and evening
service is at 6 p.m. The church is on
State 77 in Wausau. For more informa-
tion, call 638-0883.

Homecoming in Alford
ALFORD White P nd Baptist Church
on Mill Road in Alford will hold home-
coming on April 26 starting with the
morning worship service. Dr. Charles
LaDon Chancellor, a former pastor, will
be guest speaker. Dinner on the grounds
with special music by Faithful of Ozark,
Ala. will follow morning worship.


COmmunity CA LE NDAR


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22
CLOSED: Wausau Library .
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes County Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Chipley Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Vernon Library open
10 a.m.-noon Holmes Council on Ag-
ing provides hot meals and socializa-
tion.
10 a.m. 2 p.m. The Vernon Histori-
cal Society Museum is open to the public
every Wednesday from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.
and meetings are the fourth Wednesday
of the month at 2 p.m.
11 a.m. Washington Council on Aging
(located in Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, donations ac-
cepted.
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis Club weekly
meeting, held at Simbo's Restaurant in
Bonifay.
I p.m. Line dancing, Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley
7 p.m. Depression and Bipolar Sup-
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Enduring ha rdships can often be overwhelming, a nd mig ht
even cause a person to wonder why
Such things happen to them.Only
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tO US, and none of us are immune to
Such conditions. Some people seem
t0 aCCept hardships better than
others, and one can only wonder if
perhaps they have been better con-
ditioned toward hardshi s, or if they
Simply have a stronger faith in God?
Our attitude towa rd difficulties a nd
the way in which we confront them
a re extremely importa nt, and we
Should realize that we are never
alone during these times. For it is
th roug hout ha rdships that we grow
in faith and become a better person.
Our Lord told us that "He is with us always, and that
He would never leave us or forsake us." In the midst of
trouble, our Lord wants us to be mindful of His love for us
and that our being prayerful and positive are important. By
aCCepting our crosses in this world, we a re reflect ng our
love for God, and understa nding that this is necessary for
the ultimate goal of our salvation.

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While leading
or what we call
today, facilitating, .
my second group
through the Dave
Ramsey "Financial -
Peace University"
I heard Dave say FR
something in the
lesson on "Buyer T
Beware" that really
caught my attention.
It caught my attention
because every week I meet
people who seem to be
chasing happiness, and
just can't find contentment.
Most seem to think that
happiness begins and
ends with stuff, and more
stuff and even more stuff
while others are looking for
happiness in a relationship
and thinking that only a
certain person can bring
them happiness.
Dave makes the
statement that we all
need to understand as he
is talking about motives
for buying stuff that is
really profound by saying,
"No amount of stuff is
equal to contentment or


fulfillment". Then
he goes on to say,
"Yes, you can buy
stuff and have
some fun, which is
good, but you can't
buy happiness".
To get his
point across he
quoted Joe Land,
who he called the
great motivational


teacher, you're not there
long, now that's good!
Then you make it to middle
school and go "I'll be happy
when I get to high school
because then I'll get my
driver's license." Then
somebody's brother comes
home from college and
they say, "Boy, college is
cool, they don't even care
if you don't go to classes."
Then you get to college
and your net worth is a half
box of No Doze. You hear
yourself saying, "If I could
just get out of college and
meet that special someone
and get married and have
two-point-three kids and a
picket fence."
Then you get out of
college and meet that
special someone and you
have two point three kids
and you go, Gosh I want to
go back to college. I'll be
happy when you get out of
diapers and I don't have to
change diapers anymore.
I'll be happy when the
teenagers are gone. I'll
he happy when they get
married and have little kids


so I can change diapers.
If you're not real careful,
happiness is a bully in the
schoolyard that continues
to draw the line and
backs up. When you step
across the line he steps
back and draws it again."
Dave closes that session
by saying, "Happiness is
where you are right now.
Claim it for your self. Don't
let stuff get in the equation.
You'll chase it and you'll
never catch it. As the ole
preacher used to say, 'He,
who dies with the most
toys, is dead!"'"
Another great
motivational speaker of
old, by the name of Paul,
told young Timothy how
he could find happiness
in 1 Timothy 6:6-16 as he
shared "Now godliness
with contentment is
great gain. For we
brought nothing into this
world, and it is certain we
can carry nothing out. And
having food and clothing,
with these we shall be
content. But those who
desire to be rich fall into


temptation and a snare,
and into many foolish
and harmful lusts which
drown men in destruction
and perdition. ... flee
these things and pursue
righteousness, godliness,
faith, love, patience,
gentleness. Fight the
good fight of faith, lay
hold on eternal life, to
which you were also
called and have confessed
the good confession in
the presence of many
witnesses" (NJ~V). We
must remember God does
love us as His children and
He not only desires good
things for us, but He knows
what is best for us that we
might achieve great things
and honor for Him.
Dave also quoted Chuck
Swindoll by reminding us
that God answers all the
prayers of His children,
maybe not always the
way and in the fashion we
thought He would, because
He may answer, "Yes" and
He may answer "No" and
He may answer "Grow."
Which leads me to say,


so often in our search for
happiness we just need
to look around us and
appreciate the blessings
we have and grow up.
You know, if we would just
stop chasing happiness, it
might just catch up with us
and run all over us. "Let
your conduct be without
covetousness; he content
with such things as you
have. For He Himself has
said, 'I will never leave
you nor forsake you.'
So we may boldly say:
'The Lord is my helper; I
will not fear. What can man
do to me?"' Hebrews 13:5-6
(NJ~V).

This message has been
brought to you From the
Heart ofl~im Hall, Senior
Pastor; Gully Springs
Baptist Church, and
author of "Church Go 'lb
Hell! Please?" RO. Box
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Boni~fay, Florida 32425.
Located, three miles west
of the light at Highway
79, 850-547-3920, e-mail:
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speaker. He said that
Joe said, "Happiness
is like getting ready to
go to school, you're so
excited you're going to
Kindergarten. You get to
Kindergarten and then
you see the first graders
and think I will really be
happy when I get to the
first grade. Then you get
to the first grade and say
I'd really be happy if I were
cool like the sixth graders
that run the school like a
mafia.
Then you get to the sixth
grade and look over to the
middle school and go 'Wow!
Sports! Cheerleaders!' and
changing classes, which
means if you get a bad


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 (State7/9) Bonifay
Sunday School 10 a m Sunday ser
vices 11 a m and 6 p m every second
Wednesday fellowship supper Pastor
Michael Presley
Little Rock Assem bly of God 1923
Hwy 173, six miles north of Bonifay Pas-
tor Is the Rev Ben Peters
Live Oak Assem bly of God Just off
Hwy 177 A north of Bonifay
Mt Olive Assembly dGod Hwy
179 A off 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 off Orange
East Pittman Freewill Baptist 1/2 mile
north of Hwy 2on 179 Pastor Is Herman


Sellers
Eastside Baptist Hwy 277, Vernon
Esto First Baptist 1050 N Hwy 79
PastorIs 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
Loymwood 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 AveGracevlle PastorIs Rudolph
Dickens
New Concord Free Will Baptist
James Paulk Road off Hwy 177 Pastor
James Carnley
New Hope Baptist Intersection of
Hwys 2 and 179A
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood
New Orange Baptist 782 Alford
Road Pastor Is Alcus Brock
New Prospect Baptist 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor Is Kermit
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
Loymwood 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 177 A, Bonifay Pastor, Tim
Shumaker
St John Free Will Baptist St John's
Road, Bonifay
St Matthews Missionary Baptist
4156 St Matthew's Road, Caryville Pas-
tor Is 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 Pastor Is Mike Swingle
Union Hill Baptist Hwy 177, a
mile south of Hwy 2 Pastor Is Maurice
Jenkins
Unity Baptist 3274 River Road,
Hlnson'sCrossroads Pastor Is Lindsey
Martin
Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church
St Vernon
West Bonifay Baptist 609W 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
Holiness
Harris 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

Presbyterian
Chipley First Presbyterlan Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue
Sunny Hills Presbyterlan 3768
Country Club Blvd Pastor Is Kenneth
Kelley
Other
Christian Fellowship Center, 1458
Monroe Sheffield Rd, Chipley, Pastor
Isaac Harmon
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter day SaintsNorth Ride, Bonifay,
Florida 32425 (850)547-1254 or
(850)547-4557 Bonifay Ward Bishop
Joshua Bowen Chipley Ward Bishop
Charles Munns
Courts of Praise 1720 Clayton
Road, Chipley Pastor Is Rick Lovett
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley Pastor Joey
Robbins
Family Worship Center 531 Rock
Hill Church Road
Sunny Hills Chapel 4283 Hwy 77
Pastor Is William E Holman
Northwest Florida Christian
Church 4465 Hwy 77
Amazing Grace Falth Fellowship
Assembly 3253 Hwy 2 Pastor Is
Bobby Tldwell
New Effort Church New Effort
Church Road, Bonifay Pastor Is Brent
Jones
Christian Haven Finch Circle,
Wausau Pastor Carlos Finch
Trinity Free Church, Living, Loving
God, old Howell Chevrolet bldg ,
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 30 p m
each night, Sunday, 2 30-4 30 p m TG
Hobbs, pastor
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
Ilght 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


Wednesday, April 22, 2009


James L.Brown,61, of
Cottondale died Friday at
Jackson Hospital. He was
a native of Jamestown, Va.,
having lived most recently
in Jackson County.
A daughter, Lorie
Brown, preceded him in
death.
Survivors include his
daughter, Robin Calloway,
and her husband, Andy, of
Malone; one son, Lennie
Brown, of Marianna; his
mother, Edith Robertson,
of Mobile, Ala.; one brother,





Billy Junior Dilmore,
78, of Chipley passed away
April 12 in Graceville. He
was born on March 8, 1932
in Cottondale to Jim and
Pearl Dilmore. He was of
the Baptist faith.
Survivors include three
sons: Billy Wayne and
wife Linda Dilmore, Virgil
Dilmore, all of Chipley and
Jonathan and wife Sharon


Leroy Baxley, of Mobile;
three sisters, Elaine
Hadaway, and husband,
Carl, Susan Freeman
and husband, David, all of
Mobile, Ida Garrett and
husband, David, of Hot
Springs, N.C. and three
grandchildren
There were no funeral
services planned. In lieu
of flowers memorials may
be made to The American
Cancer Society, 2012A.
Lisenby Ave., Panama City,
FL 32405.



i more
Dilmore of Graceville; one
sister: Pearline Odom of
Chattahoochee and three
grandchildren.
Memorial services
were held April 18 in his
home at 767 Iona Street
in Chipley with the Rev.
Ron Alderman officiating.
Cremation will be under
the direction of Brown
General Home in Chipley.


Charlie Peterson,
69, of Wisner, La. died
April 8. Peterson was
a 1957 graduate of
Graceville High School
and 1963 graduate of
Auburn University
where he received a
bachelor's degree in Civil
Engineering.
His parents Cyrus
Lanier and Nancy
Mae Bridges Peterson
preceded him in death.
Survivors include three
daughters, Nancy Dye
and husband, Randy, of
Mangham, La., Charlyn
Emfinger and husband,
Jason, of Winnsboro,
La., Janine Garland
and husband, Gregg, of
Calhoun, La.; son Dennis


Helen F
Helen Brown Register,
72, of Bonifay died April 13
at her home. She was born
Oct. 3, 1936 in Madrid, Ala.
to the late Matthew C. and
Lucille Garrett Proctor.
In addition to her
parents she is preceded
in death by her husband,
John Junior Brown; one
brother, Charles Proctor;
one sister, Lynda Fl Hagan.
Survivors include
husband, Marlin D.
Register, of Bonifay;
children, Sharon L. Brown,
of Eustis, John Darrell
Brown and wife, Teresa,
of Bonifay, Charlotte
Shirah and husband, Billy
W., Ashley Register and


Parker of Gilbert, La; two
brothers, Carl Peterson
of Marianna and Frank
Peterson of Graceville;
two sisters Elizabeth
Gates and husband, Ray,
of Graceville and Mary
Holton and husband,
Lunnie, of Dothan, Ala.;
seven grandchildren and
numerous nieces and
nephews. General services
were held 10 a.m., Friday,
April 10 at the chapel of
Mulhearn Ekneral Home
in Winnsboro, La. with
Rev. Greg Clark officiating.
Graveside services
were held April 11 at
Marvin Chapel Cemetery
with Rev. Chester Padgett,
James & Lipford Ekneral
Home directing.


register
wife, Lisa, all of Bonifay;
two brothers, James
Proctor and wife, Bonnie,
of Lakeland and Hurtis L.
Proctor of Panama City
Beach; two sisters, Hilda
Fae Raybon of Bonifay and
Phyllis Hall of Leeds, Ala.;
eight grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.
Services were held
April 15 at First Assembly
of God Church in Bonifay
with the Revs. Thomas
Ealum, Jr. and Michael
Presley officiating.
Interment followed in the
Little Rock Assembly of
God Church Cemetery
with Peel Ekneral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Dakota Aaron (Cody)
Adams, 22, of Chipley
died April 11 as a result
of an automobile accident
in Jackson County. He
was born Feb. 3, 1987,
in Dothan, Ala. to John
and the late Gail Adams.
Cody lived in Chipley,
attended Kate Smith and
Roulhac Middle School
and was a 2005 Honor
Graduate of Chipley High
School where he was a
member of the Chipley
Tiger Baseball Team,
Golf Team and member
of the Key Club. Cody was
an avid sportsman and
loved the outdoors. He
enjoyed hunting, fishing,
golfing and water sports.
He attended Chipola
College and worked with
his parents at Chipley Auto
Parts.
Preceding him in death


were his mother, Gail
Adams, in 2004 and his
grandfather Roy Adams.
Survivors include
his father, John Adams,
and his sister, Kaitlin
Adams; grandparents,
Murle Adams, Arthur and
Charlotte Dietrich; great-
grandmother, Frances
Strickland; aunts and
uncles, Tony and Barbara
Adams, Shirley and Ralph
Lott, Diane and Budd
Timmons and Gordon
and Lady Dietrich and
numerous cousins.
General services were
held on April 15 in the
funeral home's Brickyard
Road chapel with the Rev.
Michael Orr officiating.
Burial followed in the First
Baptist Church Cemetery
in Cottondale, with Brown
General Home of Chipley
directing.


Dorothy Crawley
Davis, 81, died April 15
at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital in
Chipley. She was born
Aug. 27, 1927 in Macon, Ga.
to the late John Lemuel
and Allie Wilson Crawley,
Jr. Davis worked many
years as a waitress. In
her later years of life
she received her CNA
certification and worked
as a caregiver. She was
a devoted wife and loving
mother.
In addition to her
parents, her husband,
William E Davis and 11
siblings precede her in


death.
Survivors include two
daughters, Gloria and
husband Junior Sanders of
Sopchoppy and Debbie and
husband Greg Harrison
of Caryville; seven
grandchildren, eight great-
grandchildren; special
friend, Kay Mercer of
Byron, Ga.
Services were held
April 17 in the funeral
home chapel in Bonifay
with the Rev. Rodd Jones
officiating. Interment
followed in the Caryville
City Cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay
directing.


James R.
James Richard
Hargrove, 55, of Cottondale
passed away April 14 in
Donalsonville, Ga. Richard
was a life long resident of
Cottondale, self-employed
truck driver and was a
member of Damascus
Free Will Baptist Church
in Marianna.
He is survived by his
wife of 35 years, Jean
Cook Hargrove; one
daughter, Carolyn H.
Powell, and husband,
Larry; two brothers,
Al Hargrove and wife,
Linda, all of Tallahassee,
Roy Hargrove and wife,
Connie, of Cottondale; six
sisters, Shirley Hargrove,
Jewell Whitehead, Frances
Tindell, all of Cottondale,
Myrl Armstrong and


Hargrove
husband, Earl, of
Graceville, Agnes Dykes,
of Dellwood, Margie
Greenman and husband
Howard, of Sneads; sister
in law, Sadie Hargrove
of Cottondale; brothers-
in-law, Bobby Cook and
wife, Faye of Bascom,
James Cook of Dothan and
Hubert Cook.; sister in law,
Ann Brunson, of Texas
and a host of nieces and
nephews.
General services were
April 18 at Damascus Free
Will Baptist Church with
Revs. Charles Powell and
Odis Whitehead officiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
James & Sikes Ekneral
Home Maddox Chapel
directing.


John D. Russell, 81, of
Westville died April 12 at
his home. He was born
Dec. 3, 1927 in Westville
to the late Alva and Mittie
Stephens Russell. Russell
served in the United States
Army during World War II.
In addition to his
parents, one sister, Maxine
Keith and one brother,
Milford Russell, precede
him in death.
.Survivors include his


five daughters, Christine
Bonds and husband, Larry
of Ashford, Ala., Rhonda
Oliver and husband, Tim,
of Tallahassee, Marilyn
Bryant and husband,


Roy E.
Roy Eugene Scott, 36,
of Jacksonville died April
12 at his residence in
Jacksonville. He was the
son of Roy Oneal Scott,
Ponce de Leon and Vicky
(Johnson) Newman, of
Jackson, Miss.
Survivors include his
two daughters, Brittany
Nicole Scott and Ashley
Scott; two sons, Cayson


Larry of Robertsdale,
Ala., Cathy Bolton and
husband, Steve of Fayette,
Ala., Cindy Jernigan
and husband, Dale, of
Mobile, Ala.; one sister,
Muriel Woodham of Lynn
Haven; one brother,
Wayland Russell and
wife, Doris of Pace; nine
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Services were held
April 15 in the funeral

Edmi Ete lowf iiaR n
Interment followed
in the Campground
Church Cemetery with
military honors. Peel
General Home of Bonifay,
directing.

Scott
Scott and Brian Scott.
General service
was at Oak Grove
Baptist Church April
17 with the Rev. Larry
McGowan officiating.
Interment followed in
Oak Grove Cemetery
in Ponce de Leon. Sims
General Home, Inc. of
Bonifay handled the
arrangements.


Cumi Nellie (Andrews)
James, 90, of Burnet,
Texas, formerly of Bonifay
and Panama City, died
April 14, at her home in
Burnet, Texas. She was
Ithdaughe of the late
the late Lora (Mattox)
Andrews.
She is survived by her
husband Marvin Kenneth
James; of Burnet; a
daughter,

Hat~hwa o aBm )et-
two sons, Cleon Yates of


Burnet and Max Yates of
Bonifay; one sister, Gladys
McWaters Alexander of
Bonifay; a brother, Fred
Andrews of Panama City;
10 grandchildren and 16
ge -ne an sevce as
at Live Oak Assembly
of God Church April 19,
with the Rev. John Bloom
officiating. Interment will
be at Live Oak Cemetery
in Bonifay, Fla. Sims
EAneraal hHom n c.eof
arrangements.


Ola Nelson Slack of
Panama City, formerly of
Chipley, died on April 16
in Bay Medical Center in
Panama City. She was of
the Baptist faith.
Survivors include a
grandson, Carl Finlea, of
Chipley; one aunt, Lois
Jakes, of Panama City and
many nieces, nephews,
cousins and other relative


and friends.
General services were
held April 19 at Orange Hill
Missionary Baptist Church
with the Revs. Price
Wilson, Jams Johns and
Pastor, the Rev. Earl Cooke
officiating. Interment
followed in the church
cemetery with Cooper
General Home of Chipley
directing.


The Rev. John H. Lane,
90, of Lineville, Ala. died
April 13 in Brookwood
Hospital in Birmingham,
Ala. following a brief
illness. Rev. Lane was
born Nov. 14, 1918 to
Henry Walker Lane and
Lena Golden Land of
the Galilee community
in Jackson County. He
graduated form Graceville
High School, Hamline
University and Candler
School of Theology, Emory
University in Atlanta.
He was a member of the
Alabama-West Florida
Conference of the UMC.
He was the first minister
appointed to the newly
organized UMC of Fort
Walton. He also served

uoey s ble, P at vle
and Monroeville. He
continued to serve the
UMC Conference after his
retirement in 1984.

death by hiprwe doed6i6n


years, Ruth Crutchfield
Lane who died in March
2005.
Survivors include
his children and their
spouses, Ruth and
Lamar Carmichael of
Lineville, Cathie Lane
of Birmingham, and
Alan and Nancy Lane
of Montgomery; five
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service
was held at the Graceville
Untied Methodist Church
April 17 with Bishop Paul
Duffy, Dr. Billy D. Gaither
and the Rev. Dan Rhodes
officiating. Interment
followed at Marvin
Gardens Cemetery with
Williams Ekneral Home
dir tlieu of flowers,
memorials may be made to
the Blue Lake John Lane
Memorial Trust in care
of the Untied Methodist
FD nation, PO Box 122,


James Raymond Ward,
87, of Vernon died April
14 in Panama City at the
Sims Veterans Nursing
Home. He was born on
Oct. 3, 1921 in Walton
County to Walter and Eva
(Dixon) Ward. He was
a U.S. Navy World War
II veteran, and retired
fro the Dpoart ent of

a devoted father and had
a generous spirit and
wonderful sense of humor.
His parents, Walter
and Eva Ward, wife, Doris
Ward, and two brothers
Isack Yohn and Wiley
Ward, precede him in
death .


He is survived by one
daughter, Merle Dinkins
and husband Brian of
Bonifay; two sons Leaon
Ward and wife Ann of
Graceville, Monroe Ward
of Wausau; two brothers,
Alfred Ward of Vernon and
Colon Ward of Bonifay,
seven grandchildren and
ten great-grandchildren.
were held April 17, in
the funeral home chapel
on Hwy 77 with the Rev.
John Yarbrough Chance
officiating. Interment
followed in the Cypress
Creek Cemetery with
Brown Ekneral Home
diree ing.


Teddy Jeremy Shiver, age 26, of Bonifay,
Fla., died Sunday, April 12, 2009 as the result
of an automobile accident. He was the son of
David Shiver and Angela Kay Mathis both of
Headland, AL
He is survived by his wife Sheila (Curry) Shiv-
er; Father and Mother Billy and Janey Curry
of Bonifay, FL; one daughter, Sierra Shiver of
Bonifay, FL; four sons, Luke and Levi Shiver of
Taylor, AL; John "Bubba" and Jacob King of
Bonifay, FL; one sister, Monica Kay Brannon
of Headland, AL; one brother, Johnny Frank
Spann, Jr. and wife Amber of Headland, Ala.;
brother and wife Christopher and Tara Fant; sis-
ter and husband Ashley and Jeremy Thomas;
Sister Raeanna Watkins of Bonifay, Fl. Several
aunts and uncles and nieces and nephews.
Mr. Shiver was preceded in death by
his grandparents, Anjelia Summersett
Mathis,Theoford Mathis, Pearl Shiver and Pete
Shiver.
Mr. Shiver was employed by Mathis Flooring
and Installation. Teddy enjoyed family, going to
church and dirt track racing.
Arrangements were handled by SIMS FU-
NERAL HOME, Bonifay, FL. Funeral services
were held at First Assembly of God Church at
2:00 PM on Thursday, April 16, 2009 with Rev.
John Chance officiating. Interment was at Old
Mt. Zion Cemetery in Ponce de Leon, FL.


Teddy Jeremy Shiver,
26, of Bonifay died, April
12 as the result of an
automobile accident.
He was the son of David
Shiver and Angela Kay
Mathis both of Headland,
Ala. He enjoyed his family,
going to church and dirt
track racing.
His grandparents,
Anjelia Summersett
Mathis, Theoford Mathis,
Pearl Shiver and Pete
Shiver preceded him in
death.
Survivors include
his wife, Sheila (Curry)
Shiver; one daughter,
Seirra Shiver, of Bonifay;
four sons, Luke and Levi
Shiver of Taylor, Ala., and
John "Bubba" and Jacob
King of Bonifay; a sister,
Monica Kay Brannon of


Headland; a brother,
Johnny Frank Spann,
Jr. and wife Amber of
Headland; father and
mother-in-law- Billy and
Janey Curry, of Bonifay;
brother-in-law Christopher
and his wife Tara Fant;
sisters-in-law Ashley
Thomas and husband
Jeremy and Raeanna
Watkins of Bonifay;
several aunts and uncles
and nieces and nephews.
General service was
held at First Assembly
of God Church April
16 with the Rev. John
Chance officiating.
Interment followed in the
Old Mt. Zion Cemetery
in Ponce de Leon with
Sims Ekneral Home, Inc.
of Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.


Frances Bertha West,
84, of Westville died April
14 at her home. She was
born Dec. 4, 1924 in Red
Bud, Ill. to the late Frank
and Ruby Coble Williford.
In addition to her
parents her husband,
Walter Sunderman, Sr.;
one daughter, Verneta
Sunderman, and a
grandson, Jody Cardwell,
precede her in death.
Survivors include her
husband, Tom Junior West
of Westville; three sons,
Walter Louis Sunderman,


Jr. and wife Duangchantra
of Montgomery, Ala.,
Donald Sunderman of
Panama City, Victor M.
West of Palmetto;
12 grandchildren and
21 great-grandchildren.
Services were held
April 16 in the funeral
home chapel in Bonifay
with the Rev. Ronnie
Wright officiating.
Interment followed in
the Westville Community
Cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay
directing.


Dakota A. Adams


James L. Brown


Charlie Peterson


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Dorothy Davis


3011n D. Russell


CUMI N. James


01a Slack


( le Rev. John H. Lane


James R. Ward


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PROPOAL NO 103SALE, IF ANY, OTHER AS UNKNOWN TENANT
Sealed proposals may be ULJ.FNLYeta THAN THE PROPERTY (S) IN POSSESSION OF
malled or hand delivered DeL .fINendants l. OWNER AS OFTHE DATE THE SUBJECT PROP-
to the County Adminisra- Deedns OF THE LIS PENDENS ERTY are defendants. I wll
tor's Office located at 201 NOIEO AE MUST FILE A CLAIM sell to the highest and best
N Oklahoma St., Bonifay, NOIEO AE WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER bidder for cash at the
FL 32425. All proposals, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER THE SALE. FRONT STEPS at the
with original signature OTC I ERB In accordance with the Holmes County Court-
and five (5) additional NTC SHRB Americans with Disabllties house In Bonifay, Florida,
copies, must be received GIVEN pursuant to an Or- Ac f19,prosne-at 11:00 a.m. on the 14
at the County Adminisra- der or Summary Final Ing special accommoda- day of May, 2009, the fol-
tor's by Wednesday, June Judgment of foreclosure tlon to participate In this lowing described property
10, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. dated April 13, 2009, and poednshudctatas set forth In said Final
CST.Proosal reeivd enere in aseNo.the Clerk of the Court not Judgment, to wit:
after the closing time will 302008CA0001 72XXXXXX later than five business LEGAL DESCRIPTION EX-
be returned unopened. of the Circuit Court In and days prior to the proceed- HIBIT A
for Holmes County, Flor- In tteHle onySituated In the State of
GROU HEATH NSUR Ida whreinWACHVIACourthouse. Telephone Florida, County of Holmes,
ANCEPRORAM ORTAGE ORPRA-850-547-1100 or City of Bonifay, and de-
GROUP LIFE INSUR- TION Is Plaintiff and PAUL 1-800-955-8770 via Florida scribed as follows:
ANCE PROGRAM J. FINLEY; KRYSTA L. FIN. ea evc.OE O RPRE F
AllInerete InurnceRLEY: CARRE G.RILEY; DATED at Bonifay, Florida, LAND HOLMES COUNTY
AllInerste Isuane RGE DLE ILY N.on April 15, 2009. FLORIDA AND BEING
companies are Invited to KNOWN TENANT NO. 1; CODY TAYLOR MORE PARTICULARLY
respond. Companies may UNKNOWN TENANT NO. As Clerk, Circuit Court DESCRIBED AS FOL-
propose coverage for any 2; and ALL UNKNOWNByDanEtoLOSBGINGAT
product requested, or both PARTIES CLAIMING IN- As: DiaepuatyCerkTH OSW CORINEROFNW
products. RFP Information TERESTS BY THROUGH, SMIH HIAuTT &lr DIAZ % W OF NW OF SCIN
can be obtained at the UNDER OR AGAINST A PA. 1296-48110 35, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH,
Board of County Commis- NAMED DEFENDANT TO Attorneys for Plaintiff, RANGE 14 WEST AND
slaner's office located at THIS ACTION, OR HAV- POBOX11438, RUNNING THENCE N 2
201 N Oklahoma St., Bonl- ING OR CLAIMING TO Fort Lauderdale, FL DEGREES 5' W OF SEC-
fay, FL 32425 or HAVE ANY RIGHT, TITLE 33913,TO 5 ONHP6
downladed at ORITRS NTETelephone: (954) 564-0071 NORTH, RANGE 14 WEST
www, holmescountyfl.org PRIPBERDTreH fndaDtE- As published In the AND RUNNING THENCE
Each proposal document CIBD wilseltote higest ands H o I m e s IN 2 DEGREES 15' W.
muopstbclarly markedo best bidder for cash at on CountyTimes-Advertiser (MAGNETIC) ALONG THE
'Prposl or rop te Fon Stpsof heApril 22, 29, 2009. WEST OF SAID FORTY
'HP osalfnsrurp L-f Holmes20CountyklCourt AN FH RRC TE CFOUURT O 3TH SDEETOFTFOLORDA
Insurance hue 0 Olhm A F T OU STATE ROAD #173 AT
Any questions concerning Street, Bonifay, FL 32425 TEENTH JUDICIAL CIR TESATN ON:
the proposal should be ad- atH mes CountythFeorida, CUILTMSCUTFLR THENC CONTINU PING N
dressed and submitted to 2t1 2009amo the folowi d OME IDATFL 2 DEGREES 15' W ALONG
the County Insurance Co- 21 09 h olon e D THE WEST LINE OF SAID
ordinator, Sherry socrh nds po dert arsFIe CASSETNO 907- 02 AN FORTY 300 FEET:
Fitzpatrick at 201 N Okla- fot nsi re rFnlFRTNTOA AKTHENCE RUNNING N 87
m225, S8 0-5B4o7 119 orAERI OS F LAND ST PIntiff, sATOD EGNR SS302 ED 00 FET
sfitzpatrick@holmescoun- UTOW NSHIP6 NOT LARR L. WICO 15' E 109.95 FEET, TO
tyfl.org. RAWNGEI 17 WESTH DeenantsL IL THE NORTH SIDE OF
Holmes County reserves HOLMES CONT FLOR- eenans SAID STATE ROAD #173;
the right to accept or reject IDA BEIN MORETY PAR- CEKSNTEOFTHENCE RUNNING S 44
any or all proposals, to TICUARLYN DESRIED SA- LER' OI F DEGREES 4' WEST
ac~twardean proposalsbprd AS FOLLOWS: Notice Is hereby given that ALONG THE NORTH SIDE
uct, orawaies anyaprops COMMENCE AT THE I, CODY TAYLOR, clerk of #73SAIDISSTACEE 2R70A5D
re-advertise for proposals S TTIHOENACTORN HCF the above-tit ed cort, m0 FEET TO THE STARTING
when deemed In the best SETO 2 ONHPo My2,20,a 10 POINT AND BEING IN THE
Interest of the Holmes 6 NORTH, RANGE 17 a.m. or as soon thereafter NW %/ OF THE NW %/ OF
County Board of County WEST, HOLMES COUNTY as Is practicable, and InSETO35TWNHP
Commissioners. FLORIDA, AND RUNN01 any event before 1200 6 NORTH 3, RAWNGE 14
HOLMES COUNTY DEGREES 45'53" E, PM., at the HOLMESWETHLSCONY
OAMDSSONERCOUNTY ALNOENGA THSET SECTION Cff r sCOUa Hs SaE FLR, OLRE 1 ACRE ORE
Greg Wood, County Ad- 23 .19 FDEEATNDTOCAA5/ pub|i nou e t tobtdhe hig AND: BEGIN AT THE SW
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dessat of whic isPO. Box A";NE THNC ALON In n eigi ecin12 Hgwy17 4Bn-
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culdte claims and whole THNEN1EGESnlbir$,00 hc- THE SALGE. 1W
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DAYSo AFTER THEO DATE EAS;T HAVNG ALN RADIU th fiilsalo hsFoidhay 32425 orTle-
OF7 THISay NOTICE ON I THNC SOUTHEAST-DG Diane Eato 54-10 pirosuh
THEM5. ERLY ALONGndad SAID ITA CURV- Deputy, Clerkd.03 poedn. 00000-0.
drsons wof h claisora de- FET ALSO HAVING A Attrsuney for Frth Numatina Cody Taylor CA
mapesnds iv against the pr CHORD LEARNGTH F 11.8 Biankugm of HrfordC lerk Of INEETh CIrci Cut
doa eedentsestatie's inlu- FE~ ET HRDE BEAR P0 O. Boxe 1180re ByDin Eaton
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MONTH A FTE THEe pes Ns, ING. As" publishe in- the
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THrEd DCEDinENTS DAT SECTION 22,55 TONSI 30-00-C0049 OET oi qa o5 e Fl THE 14T JDICAL
THEDATEd OFams FIRS PUB- WET HOLMES CONT HOLMESE COUNT FLOR or$,0
TICE S APRL 22'2009 DGES 453E, 6.0 E T ve s. GENERA JURISDICTION
AttorneyforH Pesnl e-A ONGTHERL SECHTIO o ON WORLEYR YAd DIVISION
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Interest in the surplus from FIRST PUBLICATION OF Public Sale
the sale, If any, other than THIS NOTICE.
the property owner as of ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED Tharp & Sons Mint Stor-
the date of the Ils pendens WITH THE TIME PERIODS age in Bonifay will hold a
must file a claim within 60 SET FORTH IN SECTION sale on these units for
days after the sale. 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA non-paymnet. Tenants will
Dated at BONIFAY, Flor- PROBATE CODE WILL BE have until 5/1/09 to pay In
Ida, this 9 day of April, FOREVER BARRED. full, No checks. Sale date
2009. NOTWITHSTANDING THE will be announced at a lat-
Cody Taylor TIME PERIODS SET ter tIme.
Clerk of the Circuit Court FORTH ABOVE, ANY 1. Argle Grlswold
By: Diane Eaton CLAIM FILED TWO (2) 2. James McCrackln
Deputy Clerk YEARS OR MORE AFTER 3. Jennifer Pitts
Douglas C. Zahm, PA. THE DECEDENT'S DATE As published In the
18820 U.S. Hwy. 19 N., OF DEATH IS BARRED. Holmes County
#212 The date of first Times-Advertiser April 15,
Clearwater, FL 33764 publication of this notice Is 22, 2009.
(727) 536-4911 April 22, 2009.
(727) 539-1094 TIMOTHY H. WELLS SEALED BIDS
As published In the Attorney for Personal The Holmes County Board
Holmes County Representative of Commissioners will ac-
Times-Advertiser April 15, PO. Box 155 cept separate sealed bids
22, 2009. Bonifay, FL 32425 for the following: Bridge
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR (850) 547-3644 piling and other bridge
HOLMS CONTY LOR Florida Bar No. 0559806 materials. All bids must be
IDOAM CU\T LR JEREMY R. RAINES marked "Bridge Bld" and
CASENO.09-3-PR Personal Representative submitted on the Bld Form
AN NE E34-PR O 1524 Hilltop Drive provided by the County
DONNA KAY DHOOGHE Bonifay, FL 32425 Commissioner Office, 201
a/k/a DONNA KAY BRY- As published In the N Oklahoma St, Bonifay,
ANTH o I m e s FL 32425 no later than
Decesed.CountyTimes-Advertiser 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday,
Deceased.April 22, 29, 2009. May 13, 2009 at which
NOTIE TOCREDTORStime the bids will be
The dmiistatio oftheopened In a Public Meet-
Theadinstatin f hePUBLIC HEARING Ing In the County Admin-
estate of DONNA KAY The Holmes County Board istrator's Office. Bid Infor-
DHOOGHE a/k/a DONNA of Commissioners wll hold mation, bid form and plc-
KAY BRYANT deceased, a Public Hearing on Tues- tures can be downloaded
whose date of death was day, April 28, 2009 beginn- online at www.
March 23, 2009, Is pend- Ing at 6:00 p.m. to discuss holmescountyfl.org or may
Ing In the Circuit Court for the Issue of revoking a be picked up at the
HOLMES County, Florida, franchise agreement with Holmes County Board of
Probate Division, the ad- Family Refuse for garbage Commissioner's office.
dress of which Is 201 N. services In Holmes Contact Sherry Fitzpatrick
Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, County. The meeting will at 850-547-1119 for more
FL 32425. Thenames and be held, In the County information Holmes
addresses of the personal Commissioner's Meeting County Is an Equal Op-
representative and the per- Room located In the Emer- portunity Employer and re-
sonal representative's at- agency Management Build- serves the right to accept
torney are set forth below. Ing, 107 Virginla Avenue, or reject any or all bids It
All creditors of the Bonifay, FL 32425. For ad- deems to be In the best In-
decedent and other dltlonal Information con- terest of the citizens of
persons having claims or tact 850-547-1119. Holmes County.
demands against As published In the As published In the
decedent's estate on Holmes County Holmes County
whom copy of this notice Times-Advertiser April 15, Times-Advertiser April 15,
Is required to be served 22, 2009. 22, 2009.
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE

ATR TH TIMEM8FNTE CLASSIFIED AD
FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DEADLINES
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
()F STER ICEN IA COO" Deadline for classified ads
THEM. iS IVOnday at 12 Noon for
cdl oth creditors of th
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CITIMORTGAGE, INC. or alive, whether said un-
PLAINTIFF known parties claim as
VS. heirs, devisees, grantees,
RANDON CARROLLA/K/A assignees, Ilenors, credl-
RANDON L. CARROLL; tors, trustees, spouses, or
CHRISTINA DANIELLE other claimants: TENANT
CARROLL; ANY ANDALL #1 and/or TENANT #2,
UNKNOWN PARTIES the parties Intended to ac-
CLAIMING BY THROUGH, count for the person or
UNDER, AND AGAINST persons In possession:
THE HEREIN NAMED FLORIDA HOUSING Fl-
INDIVIDUAL NANCE CORPORATION
DEFENDANTS) WHO ARE Defendants.
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, NOTICE OF SALE
WHETHER SAID Notice Is hereby given
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY that, pursuant to the
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS Summary Final Judgment
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- of Foreclosure entered on
SEES, GRANTEES OR February 2, 2009, and the
OTHER CLAIMANTS: Order Rescheduling
JOHN DOE AND JANE Foreclosure Sale entered
DOE AS UNKNOWN on April 3, 2009, In this
TENANTS IN POSSES- cause, In the Circuit Court
SION of HOLMES County, Flor-
DEFENDANT(S) Ida, I will sell the property
situated In HOLMES
NOTICE OF County, Florida, describes
FORECLOSURE SALE as:
NOTICE IS HEREBY BEGINNING AT THE SE
GIVEN pursuant to a Sum- CORNER OF NW %/ OF
mary Final Judgment of NE %/ OF SECTION 28,
Foreclosure dated 4/8, TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
2009 enteredin Civil Case RANGE 17 WEST, IN
No. 30-2008-CA-000514 of HIGHWAY #81, AND RUN-
the Circuit Court of the NING WEST 44 FEET TO
14TH Judicial Circuit In WEST BOUNDARY LINE
and for HOLMES County, OF HIGHWAY #81,
BONIFAY, Florida,I will THENCE NORTH 56 DE-
sell to the highest and best GREES 45' WEST ALONG
bidder for cash at THE SAID HIGHWAY LINE
FRONT at the HOLMES 346.2 FEET FOR THE
County Courthouse lo- POINT OF BEGINNING.
cated at 201 NORTH OK- THENCE RUN SOUTH 33
LAHOMASTREETIn BON- DEGREES 15' WEST 210
IFAY, Florida, at 11: 00 FEET THENCE NORTH 56
a.m. on the 14 day of May, DEGREES 45' WEST PAR-
2009 the following de- ALLEL WITH HIGHWAY
scribed property as set #81, 200 FEET, THENCE
forth In said Summary FI- NORTH 33 DEGREES 15,
nal Judgment, to-wit: EAST 210 FEET TO THE
COMMENCE AT THE WEST BOUNDARY LINE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF OF HIGHWAY #81,
THE SOUTHEAST %/ OF THENCE SOUTHEAST-
THE SOUTHWEST %/ OF ERLY 200 FEET TO POINT
THE NORTHEAST %/ OF OF BEGINNING. SAID
SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP PARCEL ALSO KNOWN
4 NORTH, RANGE 17 AS LOTS 43 AND 44
WEST: HOLMES NORTH SIDE SUBDIVI-
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SION OF PONCE DE
THENCE SOUTH 00 LEON,HOLMESCOUNTY
DEGREES 58 MINUTES 41 FLORIDA.
SECONDS WEST 100 a/k/a 2814 N. HIGHWAY
FEET TO THE POINT OF 81, PONCE DE LEON, FL
CO TIlUNEGSOUTHENCa 34p~ublic sale, to the
DEGREES 58MINUTES 41 highest and best bidder,
SECONDS WEST 100 for cash, front steps of the
FEET THENCE NORRTH 89 Holmes County Court-
DEGREES 51 MINUTES 18 house, 201 North Okla-
SECONDS WEST 177.67 homa Street, Bonifay,
FEET THENCE NORTHOO HOLMES County, Florida
DEGREES 36 MINUTES 30 at 11:00 0 clock a.m., on
FECTNHDESNCE OTUTH19 Ay 1p rs claiming an
DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16
SECONDS EAST 178.32
FEET TO THE POINT OF
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I aso| 3230 41oo 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS
13 Family Yard Sale, April Administrative
Ge YLu Cla sifiLLA' bhhnnd 25tfeh H0houe eu Signature HealthCARE SAVE $$$ on Advertising! Run your
in IInlture, miscellaneous, lots of North Florida
COLOR. IIof collectibles. II looking for a ClaSsified ad in over 100 Florida
Caln fnordtailsd Gas e25Sale. 8Sa ur2y / oRseIp toltad nwp er reaching over 4
638-0212 iHoshld quiters 8mat-Sun MILLION readers for $475 that is
o47r21 I nal, books, VHS mos 8:00am-4:30pm. ls h $ e wpar Cl
547-9414 27, moi es. o Please applyIn person 1S hn$ e esae.Cl
---AH rd. 60-157m westo @ 1083 Sanders this newspaper or (866)742-1373
. . Lamb's Flea Market &1 Avenue cev lleFL for more details or visit: www.
Salvage Yard. open Thurs- fOiacSiieSom
1150 day Friday, 8-3, Saturday Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah f~iacasfescm
8-12. Hwy. 79 Esto, FL. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
Fm le,Whityears ifagen whl .fam for es Lo Ba l lh a lh APARTMENT FOR RENT
Marriage minded. Wants other Items. 850-263-0161 Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
children. Seeking single Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
white Christan Male, 36 to Moving yard sale, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah HU OE!4d b 2 /o
40 years oflage wt same fumnl Irs tolss~epler tn5 Bh Blh lh Blh lh 3~D O r3 07o
please write with details 7a.m. until ? 1268 Piney Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah
and send photo with way Grove Rd. CDL Drver Needed: Epe- Renting! 5% dw, 15 yrs @ 8% apr
to contact you. Serious In- Tap&SnMiito-rlenced CDL driver needed IIFor Listings (800)366-9783 ext
tqo POBo 101 Clasdh I age will have a yard sale, for part time short hauls.569
FLS 2h gy who wrote to Sta pw 27 ohutha Uf nter Drivebeh plnv ry53nfoh
me and called me unique, state. tra le~r.f Itrstd pleaseAUTOS
Ahease wrt to me agine 'Yard Sale -Book Sale, CNAor HHAneeded.Ref-
Post Office and It was sent 1 a n,7. 2erences will be checked.
back to youll I didn't real- Inoon". R neaor Shie I Call 850-547-5966. 11GEORGIA LAND AU CTI ONS
Iz i asmylttr. IDr. Other 1895 acre Farm, 391 acre Pecan
Yard Sale: week end of Direct Care Staff for Ilm- Orchard. Income producing! May
II LApril9,10 11,-16.17.-23 Ited Mental Health Faclity 1St &2nd. United Country Certified
25g Lhtot fousoeodleb Ds /ba hsu me la l& Real Estate (800)711-9175. www.
ry~~a Wal-Mart. 1364 LeAnder cokng h oursn pay CertifiedRealEstateAuctions.com
1:00am-7:30pm. If Inter- GAL3046 10%BP
ested call 547-3708.

210o oPETls ANM r 328 Ro any ido work AUCTION! Brick Home and 395
2110 -Peos: Free to LARRY CAGLE thme andbday bWor a ce nElbvr AYTEIL,
210- Pa u~pn es/"u CO t e In nt 806 2-9701 AkoBCuedl LINCOLN COUNTY, TENNESSEE.
2140- es/L vsestock Dozers, Loaders 1Swn ahn e Saturday May 2nd 12:00
Waned xcvato Frrstr gchanics needed Immedl- no. Garner Auctions, Inc.
Icagle@cagleequip- a ely InDefunlakoSpmin rse anrutosn o, Kn
I~~~t 2100 ce4 2I asepein. ncelessues Garner TNFIRM 4293, (877)914-
Red Nose&3Blue Pit pup- experience a plus. This SOLD.
ples for sale. $100 each. s lion offers hig ly cm
Cal68-01or27084.For Sale3 13 toble saw, bnfitwprogm shex th AUTO DONATIONS
.6" joiner, 6'&8 stepladders, dental, vision, short term
| 2 O ~~~~20' ext Isadder, washer and dlabilit~y, 0 k a~n~dmor )c OAEYU EHCERCIE
For Sale: New Western NE .8 L-579 07MOS LIKsceduea nst ne $1000GROCERYCOUPON UNITED
Saddle, 16 Inch, only used odChitnmnlk-BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
4 timesnee rselcsad~dl Ingforwidowwomanlcan Free Mammograms, Breast Cancer
st-as$30X WI waehlous c Ia 0ak 85-4C36n8d Other 410Info www~ubcf~info FREE Towing,
$5. or OBO. Ako~limtvro Tax Deductible, Non-Runners
80 547-65231575 Cell: Kayak lslandb anSw wty Ma tteyhSphloppRs t n cepe,(8)4856.
638-1991 or 258-7147. establishments need un-
Gulf Coast ILooking for House In quality customer service. BUILDING SUPPLIES
Char n ity boelosurs fuyBonlust n118u8) 523 103.ady
Celebation Call50-33-850 METAL ROOFING. 40yr Warranty-
Horse ~ l rnw 3 &3 t nostato ru t *RBuy direct from manufacturer 30/
Hre mewide. 21 ftc tinv3 t rwe ch.COlors in stock, w/all accessories.

Festival planters. call -L Qu~icki turn around. Delivery
850-94520. .so . aVailable. Gulf Coast Supply
Fpra l Brw2Pak AE5AJER & Mfg, (888)393-0335 www.
I31 aso 0 0-CB.....~, GulfCoastSupply.com 1
LESSONS AVAILABLE: 0110-Aar mecial
Limited space. Plano, Gul- 6120 Beach Rentals
tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, 6130-Condollownhouse BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Mndolin, Violin, Flute. HouseRent ated
0160 -Rooms forRent
~ e~jp Covington Music. 0170 Mobile Home/Lot 100% RECESSION PROOF! Do
Downtown Chipley. 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
,850-638-5050. 69-imeshare Ren ils YOu earn $800 in a day? 25 Local
MERCHANDISEMahns ad Cny $,9.
3100-Antiques (888)629-9968 BO2000033 CALL
-10Aps lianfcs~sI 60 US: We will not be undersold!
3130 -Auctions Olilce~ space lor lease
3140 -Baby Items I ~J.:.~ Mahie ..:1 Cady $,
-:~ ~ideninsSupplies o a 1 a Financial Freedom for YOU!!!
3170 -C I ecmibes EMLYET Offlces, 1 reception, 1 Receive $500-$1000 CASH DAl LY
o19 Elcntroni 4100 -Help Wanted ho, cndwo par ng returning phone calls! Not MLM.
3200 -Firewood 4130 Employment 407-616-6890
3210 Free Pass it On Information
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 -Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Eqluipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 -Musical Instmuments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



Wanted To BOy antiques,

paintings, call Al Schmidt
850-638-7304


Call one
I aso
Steel Buildings

36x5 $1500 "ad-visors)
105x105 $58,730
Complete Const Avall
www~scg-grp.com

Classif


322 WO RK Fe
B&B Furniture 1342 North
RR Avenue, Chipley. We
pay cash for clean, quality
furniture. 850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn
... AS HI NGT (
3230
$$ MAKE EXTRA$$
S Huge Yard Sale,


spot. for $10.


535-9603 or 535-2766.
Vendors Welcome.

Church Sale, Great HOL IVIES
Prices, Frl.-Sat, April
M425 I so 4.Tohols aBeoa S-A

Back, Neck Massagers,

Lakeview Methodist, Hwy <5) 5
279, at Pate Pond, 5 miles
north of Vernon.


No buying or selling products.
Legal, moral and ethical. CALL NOW
(800)485-8670/ www.cash4usdaily.
COm

CARS FOR SALE

Acura Integra 96 $650! Honda
Civic 96 $500! Toyota Camry 97
$700! Ford Taurus 99 $450! Police
Impounds! For listings call (800)366-
9813 ext 9275.

Police Im pounds! 97 Honda Accord
$500! 96 Honda Civic $500! for
liStings call (800)366-9813 ext 9271

96 Honda Civic $500! 97 Toyota
Camry $700! 97 VW Passat $500!
Police Impounds for Sale! hondas
chevys jeeps! for listings (800)366-
9813 ext 9499 '

HEALTH

ONLINE PHARMACY Buy Soma,
Ultram, Fioricet, Prozac, Buspar
$71.99/90 $107/1 80 Quantities,
PRICE INCLUDES PRESCRIPTION!
Over 200 Meds $25Coupon Mention
Offer:#91A31. (888)389-0461. tri-
drugstore.com

HELP WANTED

$600 Weekly Potential$$$ Helping
the government PT. No Experience.
No Selling. Call: (888)213-5225 Ad
Code: M

OTR Drivers- Join PTL! Up to 34cpm.
REQUIRED 12 months experience
and CDL-A. Out 10-14 days. No
felon or DUI past 5 years. (877)740-
6262. www.ptl-inc.com

Over 18? Between High School and
College? Travel and Have Fun w/
Young Successful Business Group.
No Experience Necessary. 2wks Paid
Training. Lodging, Transportation
Provided. (877)646-5050.

Help Wanted. No Truck Driver
Experience-No Problem. Wil-
Trans Will Teach You How to Drive.
Company Sponsored CDL Training.
Must be 23. (888)368-1205

HOMES FOR RENT

4Br 4Ba Foreclosure! $12,500! Only
$217/Mo! 5% down 15 years @ 8%
apr. Buy, 3 Br $199/Mo! for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5798


JOB DOE!


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BUILDING SALE- Low As $3.89/
SF. Commercial 30 Year Warranty.
Church Buildings, Garages,
Warehouses, Mini-Storage, Factory
Erection. Field Service From Our
Representative (800)720-6857.







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MISCELLANEOUS


AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for
high paying Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified Housing
available. CALL Aviation Institute
of Maintenance (888)349-5387.

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
Home. *Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal, *Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement assistance.
Computer available. Financial Aid
if qualified. Call (866)858-2121,
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REAL ESTATE


BEAUFORT SC STEAL MY
MARSHFRONT. Owner sacrifice!
Drop dead gorgeous Marshfront.
Abutting lot 67 sold and closed
for $259,900. Lot 68 just $89,900.
Incredible homesite, beautiful trees,
captivating marsh views. Great
area w/municipal sewer and water.
Nearby hospital, hotels dining and
more. Call: (877)671-8837.

Oversize Lake Lot! 4.1 AC- $25,200
FREE BOAT SLIPS! (was $39,900)
Park- like hardwood setting near
lake. Enjoy deeded access to
private lake, free boat slips &
paVilion. Quiet rd frontage, utilities,
warranty deed. Excellent financing.
Must see, call now (888)792-5253,
x. 2274. TN Land/Lakes, LLC


Week Of
April 19-25, 2009


LOTS & ACREAGE


FREE LIST of Florida/ Georgia


STEEL BUILDINGS






Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, April 22, 2009 *11B H

| 6100 | 6140 || 6170 11 7150 |1 7150 | 7170 |1 8110 | | 8210 || 8340
Executive Office Space For Rent: 4BR/2BA Brick Bonifay Hwy 2 rental. 4.5 Acres for sale by 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2
for rent downtown Chipley, home, North Hwy. 79 2BR/1BA Sgle Wide owner on Union Hill Rd., Approximately 100 Acres LAKEFRONT door, green color, sunroof, 14 foot thick aluminum
All util. Incl d 638-1918 Bonifay. $750.00 month 772/340-4220 Bonifay 1.3 miles off Hwy. North of Westville cool alr. Good Condition. v-bow boat. Holds upto 25
plus $500.00 deposit. 7.. 9. Call; 941-722-2859 pasture/woodland for rent LOTS $3,000.00 Call HP motor Good condition, 1997 37FT Holiday Ram-
HoI 2mnt2R/B mmf re rB Naury 0 ncer wllwobileh tomA3 fo'r0 296Fenced/water. $19.90).2 900. $9900 802547 in7da Soaa 350.00e 850-548-5555 0r hler Mtr Hme Ie
hoe n onty o n ide m. 2 br, 2 ba, $4500. mo nit. UG power. $85,000. Warranty, full power, re- 850-547-5228.
1Bedroom apartment up- pets, $475. month, and I850-699-3599 I30 Poe LneR.mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM,
stairs In Bonifay, kitchen, $450. deposit. Approx. 4 1.------. 50-596-9217.To5aes&Oe1ac CD, V6, auto. Blue.
Ilving room, dining room. miles NW of Chipley. Call Circle J Mobile Home il%/ + acres, partly res on Buddy Rd. One 10 Replaced transmission & |8240
waersew 00,garboane 850-547-4006. Park In Chipley, 921 N 2nd learnedd w/2 homesites, 2 acres & One 13 acres on ... Il o....Tnd:FoSae3HPJhsn
850-547-5244 ~~~~~St.; & Graceville 5262 Ala- niles south of 1-10, Hwy. Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 6HPEnrd 2HPSa
Publisher's bama St. 2&3 /BR units for 279, on Shull Rd. $35,000. Ing For more Info call Mil- .king, 20 HP Mercury, 25
1BR Apartment In Notice rent, starting @ $350 per 150-849-5280 Anytime ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. HP Johnson, 9.5 Evlnrude,
Chipley. Good location. mo For Info call 260-3026 8160 |13' Gheehnoe Boat & Mo-
No pets. 638-4640. Alraesaedvtsngn or 850-527-0336 SETTIE' COUNVTRY REALTV uOOV MARNEl 2005 Honda Road/Street tor Trallor 9.6 Seaking.
2BR/1%BA two-story Apt this newspaper Is subject to For Rent 3BR/2BA dou- BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER RERAINL Shadow Spirit Motorcycle. 850-260-5501 COMPLETE PACKAGES
for rent. No pets. 638-1918 the Fair Housing Act which blewide. In Bonifay. No ttr (Florida & Alabama) 8100 Antique & Collectibles $5,000. Can been seen at FROM
or 850-258-5521. makes It lega tdvtertis Pets, cell # 850-373-8938 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425 8110 Car Community South Credit $ 4 995
For Rent: One Bedroom or discrimination based on For Rent. Nice 3BR/2 Full (850) 547-351 O 812 '""ors Utility Vehicles eyin,1044 Hwy 90 E.,
apartment ,$200. deposit, race, color, religion, sex, Baths. Nice yard, all elec- 3 BR BRICK HOME LARGE LOT REDUCED -$89.000---3 BR 2 BA HOME LARGE 8140 Vans 8330 |AlWlddAllmim
$375 a mnth.Incldes handicap, famillal status or tric. No pets. Just off Brick- LOT IN S LOC16MB O 9.900---FISH CAMP iN RIVER 2 DWELLINGS VERNON- 8150 Commercial FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
85-47-94 raesw er. t e Ilm tatl ds r38d4630 r638-1C4ple. 3BUR 2 AbH 0 3d MEEO8.001 ECAE LAO ENO UESR 6 IOlNO &c ses GS -1 o ar et CrowHoomtlae u 0 BOA HO
criminatio Famlla status $45000---538~A AOi ~ICRES WITH 2 H0MES OTTONDALE AREA-$175,900-oat Mileage, 12,900. Price, nclwmlae ok
Funse B pr-Includes children under the For0 Ret ,2&3R2BeCrEIA FFC ULIGH 9-EUE-Eo00--0ARSnal watercraft $5,500. 850-258-0096 great. Everything works. FRI. & SATI.
ment. $380 month. Free age of 18 Iwlvng with parents $25 rd monthC& up. Ce- LADH$ .0 013 TCS-$8 E50Fl0H -1DA BRPTIA HMC 120O 8230 Sailboats 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFl. Large generator. $5,500, Bonifay Rlotida
watr, ewae &garage orlegl cstolan, peg- ens mmuI y KENNELS OWNER IANIGRDE-$ 0--3BR 2.5 BA NEWER HOME 8240 Boat & Marine Snorkeled with gorilla sell or trade.
1-888-744-4793. 1 nant women and people se- No pets, Contact Robert DWL-$254.900---1 ACRE PAVED RA 0--12 ACRES CHIPLEY AREA- Suppies axles. 27" wheels with ga- 95 Ford Custom Van. www.xtremeindustries.com
curing custody of children Smith 850-373-8256 REDUCED- 59.900---11 ACE O 0--2ACRES HWY AND 8310 Aircraft/Aviation trtrs After market Nice, runs good. $3,000.
SPRING intotamneewly re- underl8s. 850-844-0463 IEl FRRODN DE REUjEOD- 17,0F0- RHOKEBAN Z R P2 RE$A49, in r30AT/Ro T hi aclust'tchkit.Ratroe.8 Ford Probe. Looks
Rld eod Aartments This newspaper will not For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom WE GET RESULTS N~llTONAL ML 840 Motorhomes Price, $5,500. Call (850) great, runs good. $1,500.
Clean Sfe, Affordables knowingly accept any ad- mobile homes In Bonifay. 258-0096 for more Info. Call 415-7192.
Hous ng Hurryl Limited vertising for real estate Call 850-547-3462
which 18 In violation of the
Ornb~ ~ ~ ~ ~~- avaaYle. la Fo Rnl I IOre Sas eople Come Fro~m All _Over To Bu A

HUo MI~- ,,, ~l. llllli: SARIANNA TOYOTA
shply nTwowBu Ltr kit tlrer pearrefor the3n93 TOTAD R N O U e -,
$1000 per month with 850 638 7315
$1000 security deposit. ....rmedatocu Mobile Homes ,,, 4:: II
pancy Progressive Realty, ,""
638-8220.
2BR Furnished House .T e.. I"' '~'
Washer/Dryer, CH/A, car l uc & E TS -i EO N NT E I
port, water, garbage | ~ ~ lli ul 6170 .mE :C**N I a a aa
Nm ees frye enrla 2s, de Hm cRM./Aulty, -FRIENDLY STAFF OVER 25 YE % RIG I.
st638- deyceposi p$tce Onsa Smec 2 re pach 07AM S' i0,K COMPllll IN E EST RA TES
d o epst srtCb 8~m ood anms er~e35 tmg h. $500n M
~~~~~~Pt.850-638-4640or,2deknieae.
3Bcl treanmar o5 2BR/2B 1'W de- on k re nirne
zsnpen F o h, rnt P6 a on1m C cOUI ntNtn n50 *W
3BR1BAHom i Boifa 80-98-776 r 35-665 RAL ESTATE FOR SA
$ 00ent R. secau1ta mont5 2BR/B Mobile Home, 710 Hme
850-54-1001 fotor rent Noplets. $40a 710-Bac oe
fmrencA Frm .os 3B/B obl oe.cs
side ~ ~ ~ 2~B pets smoke feen-Exletcodt on, HA 76 oieHmsLt
cronen. $1,00 month, $30Wshntove refrgertor, NWD 10-wtrr
Callt 850-54-2091. hook upe. In0 par ion Chip 10-Ivsm
home1 in Alord. $65 Bna 850-987874 30 34. 05 ea tatee
mo rnth. 3BR/1BA on the
850-579-4317y. 547-746 Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA Illikem
3BR/471BABrc hm for brt opes 40 an new, beautiful lo
upfened yardg, smoke w/apr. oae o o- 45 Famns. to anaaCity
sieptsoefree envirnet n es bxclln Rd. 600 aonth CHall Be~O'ach. Ower ay nne
$700mo. 50-68-215. 20-260. o giv $1 000l camsh back
rnentd a o$31 10 aoth gtoeBA w/ a dtor nD 70-ae) 460oe > -. UESL E
free envrnetno pets. La5aonh rglot, hplery Ct
3BR/1BA HgeouseChply $575 amonlth plus50 0 depoit.limts.$6f00.Cal evn
Good Ineghborhod. HUD0 Wae &5-7-4 Sewag Inlde.@ 5-21650 Wl
acceted. Cotnall. 63-35.0 850-258-086 show byl app.ly I II Ls 0' ( I


GREAT SELECTION OF PRE-0WNED CERTIFIED TOY0TAS...


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*MotorcycleS

TruckS

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WASHINGTON COUNTY

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TIMES-ADVERTISER

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H12B Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser Wednesday, April 22, 2009


ag~$go .ne *34,285-"0
Chipola Ford Discount *3 290.oo
Retail Customer Cash 300I
Ford Credit Retail Cash *1 000-*

aow... 26,995""


MSRP s20,875.oo
Chipola Ford Discount $ 1 1380.oo
Retail Customer Cash *3 500.oo

Iow...E15,995-"0


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~,goT u'LSR *22 425.oo
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ail customer Cash *2,500.oo

now,..? i 9,495"*


aow...ii 7,95"


now..S 13,9950"


NOW..7,33,495"


44,g uSRP 30,835.00
Chipola Ford ~Discount s1,340.00
Retail Customer Cash. 2,500.00

Now... 26,995""


B4,go msn *41,715.co
Chipola Ford Discount *2,720.oo
Retail Customer Cash- 3,000.oo
Ford Credit Cash $i,000.oo

Now...734,995""


All Prices Plus $299.50 P&li, Tax, Tag, & Title. Ford liotor Credit & Retail Cash Expires 5-1-09. Pictures for Illustration Only. SEE DEALER For Full Details.




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amber in color


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uSRP *i 7,905.oo
Chipola Ford Discount $1 410.00
Retail Custoimer Cash *2 000.00
Retail Customer Cash 1500.00

NOW..F;13,9950"'


auto., pwr. pkg.,
cruise, white in color
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black in color


auto., air, cruise,
white in color


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Retail Customer Cash *
Ford Credit Customer Cash -


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heated seats, luxury
pkg., Ithr., Sync,
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