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Wednesday, APRIL 29, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com Vol ume 119, N um be r 3 50(


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY The two-year
controversy over a new
well took another step
Monday night as Bonifay
City Council discussed an
offer made by the com-
pany that drilled the city's
newest well.
City Attorney Luke Tay-
lor told council that a letter
was received from Thoma-
son Well Drilling, the com-
pany that drilled the new
well under a $536,837 grant
from Rural Development.
The city and the company
have been in dispute about
final payment for the well.
The well and the new tank
are not online yet because
of toproblems in construc-
tion that also have not
been resolved.
The attorney said that
Thomason wants $25,000
of the remaining $45,844.35
left from the grant be-
cause of attorney's fees
and other expenses, and
the city would use the re-
maining money and re-
lease Thomason from any
other claims.
That did not appear to
sit well with council. Grant
Writer Bob Jones reminded
Council that the problem
has heen "ongoing" for two


$2,200 to renovate bath-
rooms and install a water
cooler at the police depart-

me eard a report from
Hatch Mott McDonald
that the information pack-
age for the sewer project
has been submitted to the
state, and that survey and
design are completed
*Heard a report from
Bob Jones on the water
project and the roof for Ct
Hall, with the application
process with Rural Devel-
opment underway; Coun-
cil approved giving Mayor
Eddie Sims authorization
to sign all documents and
make applications
*Heard Jones report
that he and other officials
met with rural develop-
ment and heard that the
above applications would
be considered under the
stimulus legislation
*Heard that the City
would close on the new
well property Tuesday
*Heard Wells report
that he has applied for
$174,000 in equipment and
$124,000 for additional man
hours under the stimulus
legislation
*Approved not requir-
ing a grease trap for the
Hungry Howie's restau-
rant going in next to Sub-
way.


PHOTO BY JAY FELSBERG
Bonifay Police Chief Chris Wells reported to City Council Monday night that
the Click-It-And-Ticket roadblock on State 79 south netted 26 warning citations
and nine criminal citations. Several hundred motorists were checked for safety
violations. Florida Department of Transportation assisted with the operation.


years and that Thomason
had not filled in the old well
as per the contract. The
council instructed Taylor
to contact the attorney
and tell him that Council
proposed retaining the re-
maining money and would
release Thomason from
any further claims.
The council also had
good news for the police
department, acting on a
request from Chief Chris
Wells to purchase three


new Ford Crown Victo-
ria police cars for $25,068
each at 5 percent interest
from the Bank of Bonifay.
Wells said the cars have
complete police packag-
es except for radios and
striping and are awaiting
pickup in Crestview. He
was instructed to get the
cars. The three cars being
replaced will be sold.
In other business, coun-
cil:
*Approved allowing


the Holmes County Ham
Radio Club to use the park
next to the police station
for the last week in June to
practice for emergencies
and other training
*Tabled second reading
of the ordinance annexing
Raper Dairy until the first
meeting of May to do revi-
sions
*Asked Chief Wells for
a quarterly report that he
agreed to provide
*Approved paying


News

BRIEF S


Into the WoodS
at HCHS
BONIFAY Homes
County High School Dra-
ma will present the mu-
sical Into the Woods on
Thursday May 7, Friday
May 8, Monday May 11,
and Tuesday May 12 at
the HCHS auditorium
beginning at 7 p.m. Tick-
ets are $5 in advance
and $7 at the door. For
more information or
to reserve your tickets
please call HCHS at 547
-9000. More informa-
tion, Page A8.


INSIDE


More information:

Regarding an article
in the April I 5 paper
on the pageant
controversy at the
Board of County
Commissioners'
meeting, Jacq uelmie
Don asked that it
noted that she did not
use the term "went
behind their backs."
That was used by
another speaker.

Helen Proctor
Brown Regiser


Longtime elections
official and Elections
Su ervisor Helen
L. Proctor Brown
Register passed away
April I3 in Bonifay.
AS


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


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PONCE DE LEON -The citizens of Lonesome Polecat are being invaded! The 200-year-old feud between the
Calhouns and the Tollivers got attention from two New York book companies and even Hollywood in
'Hillbilly Hayride' presented last weekend by the Ponce De Leon High School Drama Department directed
by Tommy Hicks. There was also true love, not so true love, and a mystery that needed to be solved
before the happy ending. The pay was adapted from the book by Tom Kelly with music and lyrics by Bill
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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY On April 26,
deputies from the Holmes
County Sheriff's Office
were attempting to locate
a missing juvenile at a
residence located at 2446
Hardy Skipper Road in the
Ponce de Leon Community
when officers observed
marijuana plants growing
on the front porch, leading
to two arrests.
The deputies also found
methamphetamine, mari-
juana, pipes and needles,
and a .22 caliber rifle, ac-
cording to a report from
HCSO.
The owner of the resi-
dence, Bobby McMillan,
37, a convicted felon, was
arrested and charged with
cultivation of marijuana,
possession of metham-
phetamine, manufacture
of drug paraphernalia and
possession of firearm by
convicted felon.
Merril Anthony Walters,
25, from Enterprise, Ala.
was also arrested after
marijuana was found on
his person. Walters faces
charges of possession of
marijuana under 20grams.

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Post Office has received a
significant increase in ex-
cellent ratings, earning the
5-Star Customer Service
Award.


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surveys USPS customers,
asking them to rate local
post offices on efficiency,
accuracy and consistency
of delivery and wait-in-line


time.
The post office will re-
ceive signs for the doors
and employees will receive
lapel pins depicting the 5-
Start rating.


Holmes County Arrest
Report for April 10 26,
2009
Week of April 10-20:
Joshua Ryan Cassidy:
19, Ponce de Leon, disor-
derly conduct.
Alton Dunbar: 42, county
ordinance violation,
Rebecca Lynn Duplesis:
24, Bonifay, violation of pro-
bation/possession of meth,
possession of parapherna-
lia.
Adam Fountain: 24, vio-
lation of probation on driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed or revoked.
Shane Preston Gow-
ins: 21, Bonifay, violation
of probation on possession
marijuana and possession
of paraphernalia.
James Wendom Harris:
42, Bonifay, refusal to sum-
mit, driving under influence
and driving while license
suspended or revoked.
John Phillip Justice: 41,
Bonifay, violation of proba-
tion on obtain drug by fraud
and parole violation.
Derrick Paul McCallis-
ter: 18, Graceville, recom-
mit.
Benjamin McClendon:
24, child support.

Bo hyydo eticy vIon /
assault.
Michael Allen Morgan:
28, DeEkniak Springs, vio-
lation of probation on im-
proper tag.
Thomas Jason Music:
35, Bonifay, grand theft
and burglary of dwelling or
structure.
Jeremy Scarpa: 29, of
Navarre, violation of proba-
tion on battery and viola-
tion of probation on domes-
tic battery.
Allen Shaw: 62, lewd and
lascivious indecent assault
of child under 16 years of


revoked.
John Daniels: 45, Van-
diver, Ala., failure to ap-
pear on issuing worthless
checks (2 counts), violation
of probation on battery and
indecent exposure.
Chase Hagan: 25, Chi-
pley, hold for Glade County.
Ray Johnson: 60, Chi-
pley, recommit from court.
Damarius Jones: 19,
Bonifay, open container,
possession of marijuana,
driving under the influ-
ence.
Kendra Dragula: 36,
Pone de Leon, batte y
Shalina Ford: 38, Boni-
fay, disorderly conduct.
Kenneth Abraham Gar-
cia: 39, battery (2 counts).
Katrina Elouise Jordan:
29, Ponce de Leon, charges
pending.
Keith Locklear-Ridener:
19, Bonifay, violation of pro-
bation on trespass.
Terry L. Mead: 34, felon
in possession of firearm.
Amanda Moss: 23, Boni-
fay, disorderly conduct.
Winfield Scott Potter: 38,
McAlenny, child support.
Andrew Daniel Pringle:
26, Ponce de Leon, hold for
Walton County.

West Idl, voaio o p66,
bation on promoting sexual
abuse of a child.
Nicholas Russell: 27,
Esto, violation of domestic
violence injunction.
Damon Delano Smith:
33, Bonifay, hold for Hills-
borough County.
Antonio D. Tisdale: 32,
Bonifay, violation of proba-
tion.
Mark Landon Vencil: 42,
DeEkniak Springs, issue of
worthless check.
Terrence D. Williams:
21, hold for Holmes Correc-
tional Institute.


age.
Michael Olen Shepherd:
24, Westville, child support.
Ashley Rachelle Skin-
ner: 26, Bonifay, fraud-ille-
gal use credit fraud.
Tonya Renee Taylor: 33,
Bonifay, violation of proba-
tion.
David Justin Tice: 18,
Bonifay, disorderly intoxi-
cation and battery on emer-
gency staff.
Ricky Vanneste: 23, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed or revoked, habitual vio-
lation.
Robert Christopher Ver-
million: 21, Bonifay, viola-
tion of probation on willful
flee and elude law enforce-
ment officer, resist arrest.
Daniel Weidman: 29,
Bonifay, child support.
Willie Wade Wilson: 40,
Graceville, violation of pro-
bation on driving under in-
fluence, refusal to submit.

Week of April 20-26
Sherri Nicole Arnold: 24,
Bonifay, hold for Hillsbor-
ough County.
Brant Toris Barnes: 39,
Graceville fleeing and at-
tempting to elude, driving
while license suspended or
geoed .attached tag not
Sonny Bendolph: 33,
Bonifay, disorderly con-
duct.
William Brewer: 42, im-
proper exhibition of fire-
arm, armed trespass, crim-
inal mischief.
Terri Burton: 37,
Youngstown, child support.
William Thomas Crews:
39, Crestview, discharging
a firearm from vehicle.
William Shane Cur-
rington: 38, Bonifay, viola-
tion of probation on im-
proper tag and driving
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Marriage license information April
20-24, 2009
The following information was taken
from marriage license applications is-
sued by the clerkc's offece at the Holmes
County Courthouse.
David Anthony Rodriguez, 7/15/70 and
Brenda Jean Davis, 11/23/59, both of Chi-
pley.
Shannon Dean Losee, 12/30/71 and Amy
Teresa Mancill, 11/13/73, both of Bonifay.
Joshua Allan Birge, 9/27/83 and Jessica
Burgess Baldree, 1/13/78, both of West-
ville.
Joseph Randall Elkins, 8/8/81 and Shel-


by Maria Harris, 8/27/73, both of Bonifay.
Jame s David Aldridge, 6/2 7/67 and Lisa
Marie Edwards, 8/12/82, both of Calera.

Divorce information (filed, but not
necessarily final) April 20-24, 2009
The following information was tak-
en from records at the Holmes County
Courthouse of unftnalized, recorded di-
vorce actions.
Larry Culbreth and Sharolyn Cul-
breath.
Jack Stuart Jutzi and Donna Sue Jut-

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PONCE DE LEON -Mock wrecks are becoming synonymous with prom preparations as Ponce de Leon
High School held their Prom Promise 2009 mock wreck the morning of April 17 in front of the
school. A crowd of 150 students watched scenes consisting of two cars, a bike and several teenage
bodies entangled to portray the highly possible results of driving under the influence of alcohol.
The event was put on by Pine Log VFD, Westville VFD, Ponce de Leon VFD, Argyle VFD, Holmes
County EMS, Holmes County Sheriff's Office, Davis-Watkins Funeral Home of DeFuniak Springs,
and AirHeart Ill out of DeFuniak Springs. Vehicles were donated by Slay's Salvage in Leonia.
Coordinator was Douglas Remmel. County Fire Chaplain Woody Bollinger also helped with the
event.




EOnifay students compete at Math Olympiad

~~.YWI.*" BONIFAY These
,z eighth grade
Bonifay Middle
School students
ill -Irecently
competed at the
Chipola College
DI I h -Math Oly piad.
Tey competed
~L in Algebra I
by taking an
\I ~ Iindividual test
and in the
grou elipering.
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.Simmons,

Meintel, placed
third, and Zach
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Local


Wednesday, April 29, 2009


BONIFAY -Holmes
County Retired Educa-
tors met at Simbo's Res-
taurant on Thursday,
April 23, at noon.
Wesley Wallace, a se-
nior at Ponce de Leon
High School and recipient
of a Florida Retired Edu-
cator's scholarship begin-
ning in the fall was pres-
ent along with his mother,
Shellie Wallace.
Holmes County has
been honored to have nu-
merous state scholarship
winners and. Doris Scott
and LaVerrel Fox are to
be thanked for their faith-
fulness in providing infor-
mation to the schools and
interviewing applicants
whose applications are
then sent to the state or-
ganization.Fox comment-
ed that of all the students
they have interviewed
over the years, they were
most impressed with Wes-
ley.
He plans to enroll at
The University of West
Florida in Pensacola in
the fall to pursue a degree
in history with becoming
a classroom teacher as
his go e n t


sons all under the age of
19 is also enrolled at UWF,
and another son will be in
junior college this fall as
well. She also works with
the Department of Juve-
nile Justice.
Amy Griffin who works
with Gaurdian Ad Litium
gave the program for the
HCREA meeting. She ex-
pressed a need for advo-
cates for the children in


Holmes and Washington
Counties who come into
the court system due to
parental neglect, abuse,
drugs in the home or ex-
treme poverty.
Mary Richmond, long
time volunteer with the
program was also at the
meeting and gave a short
talk on some of her expe-
riences.
Byron Mixon a mem-
her of the Florida Retired
Educators Association
Legislative Committee
gave a summary of their
work during the current
legislative session.
Some proposals before
the legislative body are: 1.
A proposal to limit "dou-
ble dipping" by redefining
termination conditions. 2.
Proposal to move the Di-
vision of Retirement from
the Department of Man-
agement Services back
to the State Board of Ad-
ministration which FREA
members have long sup-
ported. 3.
Proposals to restrict
investment activity of the
SBA, which would dupli-
cate oversights already in

laThe tcommi teesis opa
position paper emphasiz-
ing the positive aspects
of the pension plan and
urging more study before
making any decisions to
institute changes in a
pension plan which is ba-
sically sound.
President Ken Yates
adjourned the meeting
attended by 12 Holmes
County Retired Educa-
tors and four guests.


The deputies also lo-
cated another missing
juvenile, although not the
one they went there look-
ing for.
Sheriff Tim Brown
would like to commend
the deputies for their
alertness and being ob-
servant. "What began as
a case of a missing juve-
nile revealed the location
of illegal drugs and two
drug arrests were made,"
Brown said.

Multiple I hur filed
A local man faces


multiple charges after a
shooting incident. William
Brewer, 42, was arrested
after he allegedly went to
a neighbor's house and
broke out a window with
the butt of his gun.
Brewer then allegedly
fired several shots into
the ground outside the
window.
Brewer was arrested
by Holmes County depu-
ties and cha gd with
armed burglary, armed
trespass, criminal mis-
chief and reckless display
of a firearm.


Eighth Grade Parent Night
BONIFAY Holmes County High
School guidance counselors will
meet with eighth grade students at
Bonifay Middle School on Thursday,
April 30. At that time students will be
given information regarding the ma-
jor areas of study and the Academy.
Students will also complete a prelim-
in"r v'ourse reque sttshseht.r Tesh wi
and the information regarding the
major areas of study and the Acad-
emy t hare with their parents or

On Monday, May 4, from 4 7 p.m.
parents and guardians are invited to
takeotlheir eighth grade stu etr )
Eighth Grade Parent Night. Teach-
ers will be on hand to help plan your
student's courses for the next year.
Other topics concerning your child
will include Bright Futures scholar-
ship opportunities, copy of report
card; graduation requirements, ma-
jor areas of study and Academy; pre-
liminary course sheet; developing a
schedule for grades 9-12; A Question
and follow-up session.
Time Schedule by last initial:
4-4:30 p.m. For parents who can-
not meet at regular scheduled time
4:30-5 p.m. Last name A C '
5-5:30 p.m. Last name D I
5:30-6 p.m. Last name J R
6-6:30 p.m. Last name S Z
6:30-7 p.m. For parents who can-
not meet at regular scheduled time.

Angel Food MinistrieS
New Smyrna Assembly of God
Church, host site for Angel Food Min-
istries, is taking orders for May. The
last day to order is Mon., May 18; deliv-
ery will be on Sat., May 30.
Angel Food Ministries reserves the
right to substitute any of the above
items due to availability, cost, and qual-
ity. Food Stamps (EBT) are accepted.
Call Sis Julie at 547-9559, between
8:30 a.m. 1 p.m. Monday, and from


10 a.m. 6 p.m. on Wednesday for a
list of items available and to place an
order. You can also mail in your order
to NSAG, 1849 Adolph Whitaker Road,
Bonifay, FL 32425, as long as it is re-
ceived by the due date.
For more information about Angel
Food Ministries and to see a detailed
list of items available go on line and
visit the Web site: www.angelfood-
minitries.com


Benjamin Franklin Plumbing
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BONIFAY Benjamin Franklin
Plumbing announced that Joey and
Felecia Fisanick have become the
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"Becoming a franchisee with Ben-
jamin Franklin Plumbing offers an
innovative, ground-floor franchise op-
portunity for me to succeed, and I am
proud to be a part of the team," Joey
Fisanick said. "As soon as I heard of
this business opportunity, I knew that I
met the qualifications as an ambitious,
trustworthy business professional
seeking to grow a plumbing business
and dominate the marketplace."
Franchised under Clockwork
Home Services, Inc., Benjamin Frank-
lin Plumbing provides plumbing con-
tractors with management consulting
services, increased purchasing power,
training for technicians and support
staft and the benefits of a national
brand.
Tab Hunter, president of Franchise
Operations, Clockwork Home Ser-
vices, said the company looks for po-
tential franchisees, just like Joey and
Felecia, who want to reach new levels
of success while also being able to en-
joy free time for themselves and their
family.
"We are proud to welcome Joey
and Felecia to the Benjamin Franklin
Plumbing family. We are sure that he
will bring top-quality plumbing ser-
vices to residents of the Bonifay-area
community," Hunter said.


For more information about Ben-
jamin Franklin Plumbing of Bonifay,
please contact Joey and Felecia Fisan-
ick at 850-547-3816.

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Women's Health
BONIFAY Women in Holmes
County are encouraged 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 include: National Wom-
en's Check-Up Day on Monday, May 11
and a 5K Run/Walk on May 1 starting

National Women's Health Week
empowers women across the country
to get healthy by taking action. During
the week, families, communities, busi-
nesses, government, health organiza-
tions and other groups work together
to educate women about steps they
can take to improve their physical and
mental health and prevent disease.
These steps include: Engage in
physical activity most days of the
week; choose healthy foods; Vi~sit a
healthcare provider to receive regular
check-ups and preventive screenings
and Avoid risky behaviors, like smok-
ing and not wearing a seat belt.
May 11 is Nation-
al 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, sexu-
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Wednesday, April 29, 2009


Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser | AS


high school, she worked for several
years as the secretary for a local at-
torney, Paul Griffith, before being
hired by Holmes County Supervisor
of Elections Julius Phillips in 1970.
Register continued to work under


community and also served in her
church throughout her lifetime and
loved singing in the choir.
She is survived by her husband,
Marlin; children, Sharon L. Brown,
John Darrell Brown and wife, Teresa,
Charlotte Shirah and husband, Billy
W., and Ashley Register and wife,
Lisa. She was also survived by her
brothers, James Proctor and wife,
Bonnie, and Hurtis L. Proctor; and
sisters Hilda Faye Raybon and Phyl-
lis Hall; eight grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
She was the widow of John Ju-
nior Brown. She was also preceded
in death by her parents, Matthew C.
and Lucille Garrett Proctor; brother,
Charles Proctor; and sister, Lynda Fl
Hagan.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY Longtime elections
official and Elections Supervisor


Helen L. Proctor Brown Reg- Supervisor of Elections Mar-
ister passed away April 13 in lin Register for 23 years when
Bonifay. She was 72. Gov. Lawton Chiles appointed
"We grew up in the cot- her Supervisor of Elections
ton patch together," her hus- .after Marlin Register retired.
band and longtime employer She did not run for the next
Marlin Register said. The term but continued to work
two knew each other since under current supervisor
childhood and married about HELENI BROWNI Debbie Wilcox Morris until
three years ago. REGISTER retiring two years later.
Register was born Oct. 3, During retirement, she
1936, in Madrid, Ala., and started spent many hours doing volunteer
working at a young age in Bonifay at work with Doctors Memorial Hospi-
Cox Grocery. After graduating from tal Auxiliary. She was very active the


BETHLEHEM Pre-K stu
dents at Bethlehem Elemen
tary recently teamed up witl
the Bethlehem Culinary Acad
emy at part of their cultural
diversity curriculum. Studen
chose countries and dressed
accordingly. Based on thes
selections, the Culinary Acad
emy researched snacks an
planned a menu.
Under the supervision o
Culinary Academy instrue
tor Sheila Richards, teacher


Mommograms

0 Ad M0DICUr6S

Set Ofo IV\y 7
New equipment on hand
BONIFAY Just in time
for Mother's Day, the radiol-
ogy department of Doctors
Memorial Hospital invites
all women in need of their
mammograms to schedule
an appointment. Women
who participate in "Mam-
mog ams land M~ani ur 11

be pampered with refresh-
ments, a manicure and a
free gift upon completion
of their mammogram test-
ing. Free child care will be
provided, and participant's
names will be entered in
a drawing for a free mas-

sahe radiology depart-
mentt is eqm aped wit dthae

maemmoraph yuisys em.
puter monitors enhance vi-
sualization, and the testing
takes less than half the time
of traditional film-based ex-
ams. The computer-aided
detection system also pro-
vides a "second read" and
assists the radiologist in
ma ig an accurate diag-
Please note that a physi-
cian's order is necessary to
schedule an appointment.
Call 547-8166 for more
information or an appoint-
ment.


Sharon Johnson, pre-K aide
Mary Stewart and early child-
hood education coordinator
Olivia Haines, culinary chefs
and students prepared and
cooked snacks from around
the world while several par-
ents watched.
Gwen Young, Title I/Stu-
dent Services administrator,
and Martha Compton, infor-
mation technology specialist,
were on hand to show their
support.


Gail Works of Bonifay, gion IV consists of Florida,
licensed funeral director, AlabamaMississippi, Geor-
was presented with gia, Tennessee,
the National Disaster Kentucky, North
Medical System 2009 Carolina and
DMORT Outstanding South Carolina. It
Achievement Award, is a federal level
Member of the Year, response team
on April 5at the 2009 designed to pro-
Integrated Medical, vide mortuary
Public Health, Pre- GAIL WORKS assistance in the


overseas conventional mil-
itary conflict.
Currently Region IV
teams consist of more than
250 team members, which
include: forensic patholo-
gists, forensic dentists, fin-
gerprint experts, coroners,
physicians, nurses, dental
hygienists, psychologists,
mortuary officers, psycholo-
gists, medical legal inves-
tigators, X-ray technicians,
and other professionals.
NDMS is the result of
The Family Assistance
Act Congress passed in
Oct.1996 that required all
American based airlines
(and later all those oper-
ating in the US) to have a
plan to assist families in
the case of an accident.
The National Disaster
Medical System (NDMS) is
located within the Depart-
ment of Health & Human
Services (HHS), Office of
the Assistant Secretary
for Preparedness and Re-
sponse (ASPR), Office of
Preparedness and Emer-
gency Operations (OPEO).


paredness and Re-
sponse Training Summit in
Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Kevin Yeskey, Dep-
uty Assistant Secretary of
Health and Human Ser-
vices (ASPR) and Jack W.
Beall, director of NDMS
and other special guest,
made the presentation.
Works is employed with
Christian Memorial Chapel
in Graceville and Scott's
Chapel Hill Mortuary of
Dothan, Ala., and is a mem-
ber of the Florida Indepen-
dent Funeral Association.
She has been the Disas-
ter Mortuary Operational
Response Teams (DMORT)
'Itaining Officer for Region
IV for over ten years. Re-


case of a mass
fatality incident or ceme-
tery-related incident. When
activated, DMORT works
under the local jurisdiction-
al authorities such as coro-
ners or medical examiners,
law enforcement and emer-
gency managers.
DMORT has grown
from its beginnings in
the early 1990s to the cur-
rent group of more than
1,500 team members who
can respond at a moment's
notice. It is a cooperative,
asset-sharing partnership
that leverages federal and
non-federal resources to
care for large numbers of
casualties generated in a
domestic disaster or an

Local BR IE F S
849-0076 or 547-5941.

Chamber breakfast
BONIFAY The
Chamber breakfast
scheduled for April 30 is
sponsored by One South
Bank in Chipley. The
Holmes County Chamber


Benefit sin

Pr yer t 826 N at vlle
Road in Bonifay will
hold a benefit sing at
6 p.m. Saturday, May
2. Refreshments will
be served. For more
information, call 547-2525,


of Commerce is happy
to recognize One South
Bank as 2009 Corporate

year's first-place team,
Flight B at the Holmes
County Chamber Golf
Tournament held March
20 at Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay.


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lecia Fisanick have become met the qualifications as support staff, and the ben- jamin Franklin Plumbing
the company's newest fran- an ambitious, trustwor- efits of a national brand. family. We are sure that he
chisees offering services to thy business professional Tab Hunter, president will bring top-quality plumb-
the Bonifay area. seeking to grow plumbing of franchise operations, ing services to residents of
"Becoming a franchisee business and dominate the Clockwork Home Services, the Bonifay-area commu-
with Benjamin Franklin marketplace." said the company looks for nity," Hunter said.
Plumbing offers an innova- Franchised under Clock- potential franchisees like For more information
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Helen Br own Reg sister dies

Elections official, 72, remembered for community involvement


Pre-K gets taste of the world

Bethlehem students, chefs prepare menu C% ,;


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In 1942 when BillWorley day as stockbroker is
left Sand Ridge School, worthy of a story.
then located across Though Atlanta,
Hwy 173 from Little Ga., is not that far
Rock Assembly away, for a boy
of God Church, from a farm in
to enter Holmes C Holmes County in
County High School 1946, it was a world
as a freshman, away, especially the
WWII was raging. world of finance.
At that time, all About the only
able-bodied men HAPPY CORNIER thing we knew in
knew that they Hazel Wells Tison that day about the
were subject to the stock market would
draft. Even though have been about
the war ended before his hogs or cattle. (No. One,
senior year in 1946, that heavy roughs, etc.).
draft took him from Holmes In high school, Bill
County never to return as a Worley played football his
resident. senior year. In order for
He recently celebrated him to do that, he had to
a milestone birthday and board at the Miller Hotel
one of his colleagues located on Highway 90
at Wachovia Securities where Miller Oil Company
contacted us at the paper is located today. That way
suggesting that his story he was available for football
is one worthy of a Happy practice and his part-
Corner, which he reads time job at Padgett Drug
regularly. Indeed, a man Store. Evenings when he
who reaches the age of 80 practiced or worked late,
and still goes to work every Mrs. Miller would save


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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
8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.



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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
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Holmes County will hold a public information
meeting at 3:00 R.M. on May 4, 2009 at the
County Comm issioners 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
economic and environmental impacts, service
areas and alternatives to the project. For
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Wednesday, April 29, 2009


aboy
him a plate of food for his
supper. Sometimes on his
way to the hotel/boarding
house from work he
stopped off at the pool hall
to watch some of the locals
shoot pool. Located where
the LaQue is today, the
proprietor at that time was
the late Paul Spell.
His late grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Worley
or his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Worley would
pick him up on Saturday
night when they made
their weekly trip to Bonifay.
Some will remember what
downtown Bonifay was like
in that day when Waukesha
Street would be lined with
Fords, Chevrolets and a
few other models parked
diagonally. Country folk
and towns people alike
came to town on Saturday
evening to mingle, shop for
groceries and supplies or
just socialize with friends
and relatives. I also worked
for a short time at Padgett


t idge
they have celebrated
50 years together. They
have no children. He has
several sisters living in
the area, but Madaline
Anderson and husband
John is the only one still
living in Holmes County.
His grandfather, Pink
Worley was a County
Commissioner in the
1940's. His dad, Walter
Worley was one of the
custodians at HCHS
while I was on the faculty
there. Bill remembers
that his dad would bring
home the remains of fresh
flowers from the late
Sarah Segrest's classroom
and Mrs. Worley rooted
many beautiful azaleas
and camellias from those
cuttings.
Bill Worley is just
one of the many Holmes
Countians who are "doing
alright" as the late J.
Harvey Etheridge would
say and still proud to call
Holmes County home.


Drugs as a soda jerk in
1948 and I remember those
long workdays, which
started about 7 a.m. and
ended after 9 p.m. when the
streets cleared. Wage and
hour laws, if invented, were
certainly not observed.
The school bus would
bring young Worley back
to town on Monday to start
his week over.
Like many, many
farm boys as well as city
boys the GI Bill gave him
the opportunity to go to
college. He aspired to be a
dentist so at the suggestion
of an Army buddy he
decided to apply to Emory
University, which he had
never even heard of. From
Eglin Air Base where he
was stationed and about
to be discharged, he
hitch-hiked to Atlanta to
investigate his possibilities.
A rough ride on a big
truck carried him to Ft.
McPherson after which he
found his way to Emory


and was accepted in the
pre-dental curriculum.
However, he later realized
that he did not have the
aptitude for a dentist when
he was given the task of
carving a tooth from a
piece of chalk, so he went
into the college of business.
After several years
working in sales for
General Motors he'd
saved up enough money
to invest. Since he had a
fraternity brother who was
a stockbroker, he contacted
him. With the friend's help
and encouragement he
decided to switch from
sales to the investment
business and joined a
brokerage. He's been a
successful broker ever
since going through the
ups and downs with the
economy. He remains
optimistic about the future
of the stock market.
While at Emory, Worley
met his wife who was
a nursing student and


Spring storms are
proven to be unpredict-
able and to produce
treacherous weather in-
cluding tornadoes and
lightning.
According to the Na-
tional climatic Data Cen-
ter, tornadoes were quite
prevalent in 2008. During
the month of May, 461
tornadoes occurred re-
sulting in 43 preliminary
fatalities. Research indi-
cates a direct correlation
between how prepared
an area is for the tornado
and how many casualties
were caused by the actual
storm.
Since spring storms
are so devastating, com-
munity residents are en-
couraged to implement
the following safety mea-


your home and another
in a separate location.
Update this information
yearly or as changes are
made.
*Protect your home
- Keep all trees prop-
erly trimmed and dead
branches removed. Keep
lumber and other materi-
al on hand to use to brace
windows and other open-
ings.
Homeowners in area
prone to flooding can
have a qualified profes-
sional elevate the fur-
nace, water heater, air
conditioner and electrical
panel if these devices are
susceptible to flooding.
Check valves can be add-
ed to sewer trapsto keep
refuse from backing up
into the home.


sures:
*Know your alert
system Be aware of
your community's severe
weather warning system.
Know in advance where
you will take shelter if at
home, in the office, etc.
*Keep an emergency
kit handy emergency
kits should contain first-
aid supplies, enough
drinking water for three
days and food that doesn't
need to be refrigerated or
cooked. Be sure to have
several battery operated
lights, a battery operated
radio and extra batteries
within reach.
*Take inventory
- Make a list of your
possessions and back it
up with photos or video
footage. Keep one copy in


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Community



HCHS Alumni Luncheon
BONIFAY The next HCHS
alumni luncheon will be held
at Simbo's Restaurant on
May 12, starting at 11a. m.
All alumni, former students,
and staff are invited to attend.

[90VinS I'amily Reunion
The annual Leaven/Lewis
family reunion will be held
Saturday, May 2, at the Coun-

no t~hao th D~owolo~d7AL
entrance. Take your favor-
ite covered dish. Lunch will
be served around noon. For
more information, call Curtis
Lewis at 850-956-2418.
















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RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers
JAY Baker shortstop
Carly Barton doubled and
scored on a Vernon error
with two outs in the bot-
tom of the 10th inning as
the Gators beat the Yellow
Jackets 1-0 to claim their
third straight District 1-2A
softball title.
Something had to give
in a game dominated by
pitching, and fortunately
for the Gators (14-10) Bar-
ton was able to give them
the break they needed.
Barton actually ran
through a stop sign by Ga-
tor coach John Carlisle to
score,
"I think he was telling
me, 'No,"' she said, "but I


was going once I saw it get
through.
"It was so hard out
and tiring. We deserved
this. We've been working
hard."
Carlisle credited Bar-
ton with the heads-up
play.
"I wanted her to stop,
but she saw the ball get
away before I did and she
was able to score," he
said. "She just has great
instincts out there."
Maybe it was fitting that
Barton, who wears No. 4
for the Gators, scored the
winning run. Throughout
the game it was a pair of
pitchers wearing No. 2
- Baker's Lauren Griffith
and Vernon's Lauren Reg-
ister that dominated


the contest.
The game was reminis-
cent of one the two pitch-
ers played against each
other last year in summer
ball.
"Me and their girl ac-
tually went 10 innings in
a travel ball game one
time," Griffith said. "But
this was the most intense
game I've ever been a part
of.
"I thought we were
playing great, and I knew
we'd pull it out."
At times Register was
overpowering as she
struck out 20 Baker bat-
ters while giving up just
five hits.
Griffith allowed just
four hits and struck out
nine Yellow Jackets, and


she had solid defense be-
hind her throughout the
game.
'Twice the Gators threw
a Vernon runner out at the
plate.
The first time was in
the fourth inning when
Katie Hicks grounded
to Griffith, who threw to
Brittney Kilpatrick for
the out. An alert Kilpat-
rick then fired a strike to
catcher Jessi Gilmore,
and Gilmore applied the
tag to Haley Adkinson as
she tried to score from
third.
Register was gunned
down at home by Baker
third baseman Tuesdae
Middlebrooks in the eighth
inning.
Mollie Royal had two


hits for the Gators to lead
the offensive attack, such
as it was.
Tory Kilcrease and
Middlebrooks had the oth-
er hits.
The Gators left six run-
ners in scoring position,
but none of that mattered
when Barton crossed the
plate.
"That was the great-
est softball game I've ever
been a part of," Carlisle
said. "That game could
have gone either way. The
ebb and flow changed con-
sistently.
"It was unbelievable.
We had some of our girls
step up defensively like
they haven't done this
year. It was unbelievable
ball."


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Winners in the Dogwood Lakes golf club championship held April 4th and 5th ar
from the left, youth division winner, Eli Dixon; ladies division, Edna Karvonen; and
Richard Branch, men's' division winner,




Do~~~wood~ Lae ofCu


Holmes County
captures District 2-3A
(f0WH
Holmes County 5, Chi-
pley 2
MARIANNA -Rachel
Gavin held Chipley to two
hits and had nine strikeouts
in pacing Holmes County to
the district crown.
Mary Elizabeth Pippin
was 3 for 4 with two doubles
and three runs, Frankie
Greenlee 3 for 4, Amber
Nolin 2 for 3 with a run and
Jenna Belser 2 for 4 for Hol-
mes County (15-9).
Skylar Davis took the
loss for Chipley. She also
was 2 for 3.

Baseball
M/osley 12, Holmes

Co N FAY Winning pitch-
er Seth Miller allowed four
hits and two walks, while
striking out seven, in a game
shortened by the run rule.
Mosley's Dustin Saul-
man had a double and two
singles, Jared Lee had two
doubles, Miller had a single
and triple, David 'Itexler
had a double and single,
and Lucas 'lI~cker had two
singles.

Holmes County 13, Port
St. Joe 8
PORT ST. JOE Aaron Mol-
let earned the win for Hol-
mes County (19-6). Mollett
went five innings in relief of
Will Thompson and gave up
no earned runs and struck
out three. He also went 3-6
with three RBl and a double.
Thompson was 2-5, Jesse
Gavin went 4-6, Cody Har-
disn pls 36a th theseMR
ley was 2-6 with two doubles.
Jomar Concepcion was 2-6,
Jeremy McGowan was 2-6
with two RBl and Cole Long
had a double.

Chipley 3, Wewahitchka

MARIANNA Chipley's
Justin Burnham ripped
three hits and reliever Jus-
tin Chambers gave up just
one hit in four innings as the
Tigers edged Wewahitchka
at Chipola College.
Chipley (16-6) had nine
hits. JoJo Taylor was 2 for
3 and Adrian Gonzalez was
2 for 4.
Chambers struck out
eight. Starter Karsten Whit-
son gave up three hits in
three innings with seven
strikeouts.

Bozeman 7, Vernon 4
VERNON WItavis Regis-
ter had nine strikeouts in
a complete game effort to
lead Bozeman (18-7) past
Vernon.

Laurel Hill 8, Bethle-
hem l:
BETHLEHEM Ethan Jack-
son notnth the wn and

doubles and an RBI.

Laurel Hill 16, Poplar
SpringR: SPRINGS The
Hoboes (6-10) got three hits
apiece from Ethan Jackson,
ZbdStrickland and Dalton
Gron.

Softball
Vernon 3, Jay 0
JAY Mariah Weidman
was 2 for 4, Joelle Fondo
hit a home run and Lauren
Register pitched a com-
plete-game three-hitter with
10 strikeouts to lead the Yel-
low Jackets (11-6).

Freeport 9, Ponce de
Leon 6
Jordan Howell opened
the District 1-2A tourna-
ment in style, going 5-for-5
with a triple and three runs
for the Bulldogs. Howell
had two hits in the decisive
six-run sixth inning for the
Bulldogs


_Sports BR IEF S
PDL track and field team
Ponce de Leon Lady Pirate track
and field team competed in the Dis-
trict 2-1A Track and Field District
Meet at Bozeman High School.
Jessie Martin placed third in
the Discus with a throw of 66 feet,
and Kayla Harris placed fifth with
a throw of 61'7.
Katelynn Cooper placed fourth
in the 1600 meter run, with a time
of 7:07. Jessie Martin and Katelynn
Cooper both qualified for the 1A
Regional Meet that was held Satur-
day, April 25. For more results go to
www.fhsaa.org.

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

FSU sdiolarship
g of tournament
MARIANNA Panhandle Semi-
nole Club's annual golf tourna-
ment is scheduled for Friday, June
12 at Indian Springs Golf Club in
Marianna. The tournament is a
fundraiser to help provide scholar-
ship funds for local FSU students.
Green fees are a contribution of $60
each and include cook out following
the event.
Registration and warm-up be-
gins at noon wit a shotgun start at
1 p.m. This is a four-man scramble.
A Grand prize of a 2009 vehicle
from Rahal-Miller Chevrolet Buick
Cadillac Nissan will be awarded for
a ole-in-one on Hole No. 18. Other
cash prizes will be awarded for first,
second and third place teams. Ad-
ditional prizes will also be awarded
for longest drive, straightest drive,
closest to the pin and so on.
Scsoholsa ship eho o) and pi z
For more information, contact Roy
Baker at 850- 526-4005 or 209-1326;
George Sweeney at 850-482-5526 or
Charlene Beebe, 850-482-8787.

TOUrnament announced
PANAMA CITY Emerald Coast
Golf Tour announces a special
tournament for high school golf-
ers across the panhandle area. The
Emerald Coast Pro High School
Junior Am will be played at Scenic
Hills Country Club Monday and
Tuesday June 22 and June 23. All
high school golfers will be playing
with professional golfers from the
Emerald Coast Golf Tour.
This is a 36-hole stroke play
championship open to juniors 13-18
years old from Panama City to Mo-
bile, Ala.
The tournament will kick off
with a private clinic by a PGA Tour
Member.
For entry information on the
tournament and for sponsorship
opportunities you can reach Mark
Naes at 850-390-2001 or by email
mnecgtecox.net.


BONIFAY Dogwood Lakes Golf Club held
its 2nd Annual Club Championship on April
4 and 5.
There were three divisions; the men's
division winner was Richard Branch; ladies


division winner was Edna Karvonen and the
youth division winner was Eli Dixon. There
were over 50 participants this year and the
club is already looking forward to next year's
event'


Ten year-old Zack Weeks bagged his first gobbler while
hunting with his dad on the opening day of turkey season in
Washington County.


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Chamber hosts member reception and theater


BONIFAY The Holmes
County High School Drama De-
partment will perform Into the
Woods, the Stephen Sondheim
Broadway musical hit on May
5, as part of a local Chamber of
Commerce member reception.
The reception and production
will take place in the Holmes
County High School Auditorium
from 5- 9 p.m.
The Chamber will use the
performance to showcase local
corporate sponsors and to raise
money for the local drama de-
partment. Ricky Ward will direct
the Holmes County production,
Chamber of Commerce cor-
porate sponsors will bring an


international flair to the produc-
tion by preparing and serving
cuisine from around the world.
Corporate sponsors preparing
hors d'oeuvres and culinary de-
lights include the Bank of Boni-
fay, One South Bank, Commu-
nity South Credit Union, Doc-
tors Memorial Hospital, Bonifay
Nursing and Rehabilitation and
West Florida Electric Coopera-
tive.
Tickets for the reception and
theatre are $12 per person and
may be purchased from any
Chamber member, by visiting
the Chamber building at 102 E
Byrd Avenue, or from the Bank
of Bonifay and Regions Bank.


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Mosquitoes are a fact of
life in the South. They are
a nuisance at best and a
vector for disease at worst.
Lately, do to the recent
floods the nuisance has
grown to Biblical plague
proportions in flooded ar-
eas. Holmes County is
working with the State of
Florida to implement an ex-
panded spraying program
as soon as the President
signs the Federal Declara-
tion. As Monday at 3 p.m.,
he had not done so. When
he does, County Roads 179,
179a and portions of 177
and 177a, and portions of
State Roads 81 and 79 have


been targeted for spray-
ing, along with other areas
where there are reports of
extensive mosquitoes ac-
tivity. The County's regu-
lar program will be in place
May 1 covering the normal
routes.
Residents also need to
keep in mind that to often
you are lending mosqui-
toes a helping hand to hang
around the house without
even knowing you are doing
it. The fact is mosquitoes
can lay eggs in as little as
a tablespoon of water. That
old quart paint can on the
back porch is more than
enough water to hatch out


a slew of annoying pests.
The single most effective
means of controlling mos-
quitoes is called source
reduction. That simply
means removing breeding
sites.
One of the most common
man-made breeding sites I
have seen around Holmes
County is old tires.
The County accepts tires
at the recycling center for
$1 for each passenger car
tire and $5 each for larger
tires. There will be am-
nesty days through April 30
where you can drop off tires
for free. Other common
sources are paint cans and


Other containers allowed to
collect water. Some other
things around the house
to look after are birdbaths,
which should be rinsed out
weekly, rain gutters, and
bromeliads should also be
rinsed out since they are
breeding sites.
If you have areas that
must hold water, products,
like mosquito dunks, are
available a home stores
and mosquito fish at Paul's
Fish Farm. For more tips
and information go to the
County's web page www.
holmescountyfl.org and
check out the mosquito
links.


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JAY FELSBERG
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BONIFAY A group of area
trail riders took to County
177A, Dogwiood Lakes Hwy.,
on Saturday to take part in
the annual "Saddle Up For St.
Jude's" Trail Ride.
The event is to raise money
for St. Jude's Children's Re-
search Hospital in Memphis,
TN.
The riders of horses and
wagons gathered at Carol Sol-
olcnion' farni north olf Bonifa.1
a7nd heaclclded uth andl th~n
acrossld counlltry\ toI return' toI a
bar~beccue mal1 and \.arious 1
pIl'ze dr~aw\inJgs and anl auc~tion,
it ith pro':c'eeds going tol the fa-
mous hospital toundedt by en-
terltainer Dann\ Thom~as


realize his dream. ALSAC is the
fundraising organization of St.
Jude.
Since St. Jude opened its
doors in 1962, ALSAC has had
the responsibility of raising the
necessary funds to keep the
hospital open.
Discoveries at St. Jude have
completely changed how doc-
tors treat children with cancer
and othe catastrophic illne sse s.
Since St. Jude was established,
the survival rate for acute lym-
phoblastic leukemia, the most
common type of childhood can-
cel: hasd inlcreased d fromI1 4 per- '
cetnt In 1CI62')too-1per~Icent~ltda t13
St Jude has3 treated~( chlildren l
frocm acrossld thle United( States
alndl tom more than ;In coun-
tlrie DoCltors' across~ the world I(
consult wi~th St Judle on ther
tolughest c~ases, in which there t


is no cure for or is a severe case
of it.
Also, St. Jude has an Inter-
national Outreach Program to
improve the survival rates of
children with catastrophic ill-
nesses worldwide through the
transfer of knowledge, technol-
ogy and organizational skills.
All medically eligible patients
who are accepted for treatment
at St. Jude are treated without
regard to the family's ability to
pay. St. Jude is the only pediat-
ric research center in the Unit-
ed States where families never
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Background
St. Jude was founded by
Thomas on the premise that
"no child should die in the dawn
of life." Thomas named the hos-
pital for Saint Jude Thaddeus,
the Catholic patron saint of hos-
pitals, desperate cases and lost
causes.
Thomas was a struggling
young entertainer when he
knelt in a Detroit church before
a statue of St. Jude Thaddeus
and asked the saint to "show
me my way in life and I will build
yocu a slluinet "
Thomsas's pra!e rs asn-
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his tamill y tol (:hChicag toI pursue l
Careert~l offersl' in 1957j. ThomaIS
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Holmes

at a glance

Laura Bird benefit
BONIFAY -Breast
Cancer Benefit dinner
and yard sale for Laura
Bird will be held Satur-
day, May 2 starting at
10 a.m. on the corner of
Hwy 79 and Hwy 90 in
Bonifay. Smoked chick-
en plates will be avail-
able. Donations greatly
appreciated. For more
info call Crystal Fore-
hand at 850-535-9583 or
Randi Pittman at 850-
548-5652

Eufala Garden
Festival
EUFALA, ALA. Eufala
is reported to be famous
for its tour of historic
homes. Now, the Friends
of Fendall Hall are hold-
ing it inaugural Gar-
den Festival on Satur-
day May 16 from 9 a.m.
- 4 p.m. Twelve gardens
will be highlighted and
open for touring.


access to Fendall Hall,
which is known for its
botanical murals. On
the grounds, there will
be garden vendors, en-
tertainment and demon-
strations. A picnic area
will be available as well.
Tickets are $20 if pur-
chased by May 8 and $25
after that date. For those
who only wish to visit a
few of the gardens may
pay $5 per garden at the
gate. No refunds. Free
admission for children
12 and under. Tickets
are available at Fendall
Hall, 917 West Barbour
Street in Eufalla; Eu-
fala/Barbour County
Chamber of Commerce,
Schaub's Flowers and
Gifts on East Broad
Street and Shorter Man-
sion on North Eufala
Ave.
Proceeds benefit
Friends of Fendall Hall
Landscape Restoration
project. Call 334-687-
8469 for more informa-
tion.




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Mr. and Mrs. Michael

ano nSe thh eng gement
and approaching marriage
of their daughter Kaitlin
Marie to Ryan Michael
Mattox of Grandfather's
Mountain, N.C., the son
of Karon J. Mattox of
Graceville and Michael
Mattox of Jacksonville.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Guy H. Allred of Villa
Rica, Ga., and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Wayne Smith.
Kaitlin graduated from
Lowndes County High
School, Valdosta Ga., and
will graduate from Florida
State University in May
with a bachelor's degree in
music education and vocal
performance.
The prospective groom


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 Watermelon


pageant may
compete at the
level for the crow
Miss Florida Waterr
Queen 2010.
Because this
benefit pageant
Overall Sponso
winner will also
crowned.
Proceeds


also pageant fees, program
state sales, concessions and
vn of door entry fees go to
melon benefit the Tri-County
Community Council's
is a Toys for Tots program.
the This year the annual
,rship Panhandle Watermelon
be Pageant will be held on
June 13 at the Washington
from County Ag Center in


Chipley. Doors open at 11
a.m. Everyone is invited
to attend the pageant.
Applications can be
picked up at Carolyn's
Fashion, 795 Main Street
in Chipley. Call Carolyn
Sasser at 638-8686 or
e-mail bowsbycarolynea
aol.com for more
information.


is the grandson ofMr. and
Mrs. James H. joiner of
Graceville and Mr. and Mrs.
Collie Mattox of Greeley,
Colo. Ryan is a graduate
of Chipley High School
and earned a bachelor's
degree in professional golf
management from Florida
State Universiy.
The wedding is planned
for May 2 at the First
Presbyterian Church in
Thomasville, Ga.


4-5 years, Future Little
Miss; 6-7 years, Little
Miss; 8-9 years, Young
Miss; 10-12 years, Middle
Miss; 13-14 years, Teen
Miss; 15-16 years, Junior
Miss; 17-21 years, Miss;
any age married, Mrs.
Vernon; advertisement
sales winner, Miss Vernon
Pride.
Pageant entry fee is


$50 each, photogenic $10
and score sheets are $5.
Checks can to be made
payable to Vernon High
School. Registration and
fees can be turned in to
Vernon Elementary, Middle
and High school offices or
at rehearsal.
Deadline for applica-
tions is May 11. No late
applications accepted.


Deadline foradvertisement
sales is May 8. Photos
should be 4 by 6 or 5 by 7
color or black and white.
Photos should be turned in
with the application or at
the May 15 rehearsal that
begins at 6 p.m. Pageant
attire is heirloom or
pageant dress. For more
information, call Lori at
547-5566 or 527-9018.


VERNON The Miss
Vernon Pageant is
scheduled for 3 p.m.,
Saturday, May 16, in
the Vernon High School
auditorium. All proceeds
benefit VHS senior and
junior classes.
Categories are: 0-
12 months, Baby Miss;
13-24 months, Toddler
Miss; 2-3 years, Tiny Tot;


Story and photos
by Michelle (hitty
Public Relations Officer
Holmes Valley Quilters

BONIFAY -The
Holmes Valley Quilters'
met on Thursday April
16 at 5:30.
April is Child Abuse
Prevention Month and
Department of Children
and Families Supervisor
Berry Lee was guest
speaker. Lee told how
some times children
have to be removed
from the home with
nothing but the clothes
on their backs. He said
he likes to give the
child something when
they leave his office.
That way they can have
something that belongs
to them and it may
bring them comfort as
well. The quilts that
the quilters make and
give to the Guardian ad
Litem program will be
given to Lee so he can
distribute them to the
children he comes in
contact with
Guild president
Kathy Anderson
reminded everyone that
the next sewing class is
scheduled for Saturday
May the 2 in the Bonifay
Middle School cafeteria
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Members will be making
a purse called the


Megan White, a junior at
Holmes County High School,
has completed a year as
Lieutenant Governor of
Division 2 of the Florida
District Key Club. As a
Lieutenant Governor, she
was on the District Board
of 11ulstees. During the
past year Megan's duties
included:
Creating and distributing
monthly newsletters to Club
Presidents and Advisors
regarding District and
Divisional projects and
activities. Conducting
Divisional Council Meetings.
'Itaining of club officers
in the division. Assisting
with the coordination of the
Regional Rally. Attending
the District Board Meetings
held four times a year to
conduct business for the
Florida District of Key Club
International.
At the Florida Key Club
District Convention she
was selected to receive the


Mother and Daughter Donna and Connie Rhodes show off completed blocks
of the month for March "Colorado Star."


- -
James "Gramps" Harris
Distinguished Lieutenant
Governors Award.
Megan was presented
this award because she
completed the above
responsibilities in an
outstanding and efficient
manner. Due to her
leadership the 12 Key Clubs
in Division 2 set a new
record by accumulating
over 15,823 service hours to
their communities. Megan
was also the recipient of the
"2009 Leader of Leaders"
pin presented by the 2008-
2009 Governor of the Florida
District Key Club,'It~avis
Benaiges.


Guil mem er DotIr I,
Suthelandshow offBerry Lee, supervisor
the quilt she made to be Guild member Liddie of the Department of
given to the Guardian Aronhalt shows off the Children and Families
ad Litem program. quilt she made. was guest speaker.


"Manhattan Bag." As
always the class is free
to guild members and
only $20 for non-guild
members.
Holmes Valley
Quilters is a not-for-


profit guild founded in
January 2008 and serves
the rural communities
of Holmes, Washington,
and Jackson counties in
northwest Florida.
There are 53 current


members.
You can contact us at
home svalleyquilters a
hotmail.com or check
out the web at http://
holme svalleyquilters.
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leaders and family Monday
evening.


Quilters give hope to children of abuse


Achievement


White finishes position


Dr. Ada Brown retires
CHIPLEY A retirement party for Dr. Ada Brown,
Marketing Instructor of
WHTC, will be held Friday, May 15, from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. in the Marketing classroom. All friends, former
and present students, and family are invited to stop by
and visit with Dr. Brown.


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Griffin family reumion

The Griffin Family reunion will be held at the Gap
Pond Free Will Baptist Church on Sunny Hills on
May 3, starting at 10 a.m. Take our favorite dishes to
share.
All family and friends are invited to attend. A
special welcome is issued to the family and friends of
Charlie McAdams and Addie Lee Martin.


Pettis family reumion

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


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For more information
stophythe Technical Center
or call Greg Hutching,
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DTV transigg0H

by June 12
All remaining full-
power television stations
still broadcasting in analog
will make the transition to
all digital between April
16 and June 12. As of Feb.
17, about one-third of the
nation's full-power TV
stations had already gone
all-digital.
The FCC will be giving a
shortpresentationfollowed
by a question and answer
session at the following
locations: Washington
County Public Library,
1444 Jackson Avenue
in Chipley on Tuesday,
May 5, at 6:30 p.m. and
at the Wausau Branch
Library, Wausau Town
Hall, Thursday, May 7, at
6:30 p.m. Anyone having
problems with digital
reception or needing help
installing the converter
box should attend one of
the presentations.
You may bring in your
converter boxes and you
will be instructed on how
to hook them up. Also,
you can sign up for the
$40 converter box coupons
if you have not already
done so. The FCC Web
site has information and
installation tips at http://
www.dtyvgov. For more
information, call 638-1314.

(ouncil On AginS
presentation
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
along with Sacred Heart
Senior Spirit Creative
Living Series will present
"Five Wishes: Power
of Advance Directives"
with Covenant Hospice
on Tuesday, May 12 from
10 a.m. until 11 a.m.


at Washington County
Council on Aging. Call
the Washington County
Council on Aging for more
information at 638-6217.

RSVP seeking
VOlUnteers
BONIFAY The Retired &
Senior Volunteer Program
(RSVP) is currently seeking
individuals, age 55 and
over, who are willing and
able to serve at various
agencies in the community.
All volunteers will receive
free accident, liability,
and excess automobile
insurance while serving, as
well as annual recognition
for their service.
RSVPisafederallyfunded
volunteer program that
utilizes the skills, abilities
and lifetime experiences
of its volunteers to impact
the community through
meaningful and structured
placements. RSVP has 35
years of experience and
engages more than 430,000
seniors nationally.
Locally, RSVP is
sponsored by Elder Care
Services Inc. and coordi-
nates over 500 senior
volunteers throughout a
14-county area in the
panhandle.
Currently, there is a
need for hospital guides and
nursing home companions.
If you can donate at least
two hours per month,
contact the RSVP office at
547-2511.
Elder Care Services, Inc.
is a United Way Agency.

Air Heart 2
open house
MARIANNA Air Heart 2
would like to invite the EMS
providers to visit their base
in Marianna for lunch and a
tour of the facilities. Lunch
will be provided along
with gifts and door prizes
throughout the week.
Saturday will be family day
for the children to visit and
view the aircraft.


InformationonAirHeart
services and educational
opportunities will also be
provided for those who are
interested.
This is a very special
week to show thanks to all
of the EMS providers and
customers.
Open House schedule
will be May 18 through
May 23, Monday through
Friday from 11 a.m. until 3
p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m.
RSVPs are welcome
and encouraged. For more
information contact Neil
Shores Flight Nurse at
eshores~~airmethods.com
or call 850-394-7540;
Cindy Porter at cporter@
airmethods.com.


Support groups
Of iSO Park no's
MARIANNA -The
Parkinson's Support Group
meets in the education
classroom on the ground
floor of Jackson Hospital,
4250 Hospital Drive in
Marianna
The Breast Cancer/
Health Issues Support
Group also meets at
Jackson Hospital.
There is no cost to
attend and these support
groups are open to any one
with Parkinson's disease
and their caregiver and
anyone with breast health
issues or having the
diagnosis of breast cancer.
For more information,
contact Kathryn Jordan,
Community/StaffEducator,
at (850) 718-2661.

Black's Fire
Department fish fry
BLACK Alal. The Black
Volunteer Fire Dept. will
hold its annual fish fry and
flea market on Saturday,
May 2. The flea market
will open at 7 a.m. and
breakfast will be available.
The fish fry starts serving
at 11 a.m. All donations
accepted. All vendors


welcome inside space is
$5 and outside is free (must
provide own table). For
more information call 334-
684-2704 or 334-684-6908.

Blue Spring S
Society, C.A.R.
MARIANNA -Blue
Springs Society, C.A.R. will
meet at 1:30 p.m. on May 3
at Caverns Road Church
of Christ. The program will
include making Mother's
Day cards. New officers
willbe installed and awards
presented. Contact Mary
Robbins at snoopyxii60@
hotmail.com or 209-4066
for more information.

Native American
Pow Wow
KINSTON, Ala. The
MaChis Lower Creek
Indian Tribe of Alabama
hold a Native American
Pow Wow May 1-3. Gates
will open from 9a.m. -5 p.m.
daily. Entrance fee is $2 per
person on Saturday and
Sunday. Friday admission
is only $1.
The Pow Wow is open
to everyone; there will be
traditional foods, arts and
crafts for sale, dancing,
demonstrations including
weaving, canoe making,
and flute music, religious
and historical displays.
Saturday, there will be a
presentation on how to
do Indian Genealogical
research. Sunday, The
Rev. Albert Skinner
(Creek Seminole) will
provide church services.
He has been a missionary
to various tribes in
Oklahoma, North Dakota,
and South Dakota.
For more information,
contact MaChis Lower
Creek Indian Tribe of
Alabama 202 North Main
Street, Kinston, AL 36453;
or call 334-565-3038, fax
number 334-565-3059;
E-mail machisecentury
tel.net or chieijames@
centurytel.net.


Blue Springs
Old Timers Day
MARIANNA -Blue
Springs Working Group
will host the Blue Springs
Old Timers Day set for
Saturday, May 2, from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Blue
Springs Recreation Area.
The eventhbegins with an
informal visit with friends
and interviews. A fish fry
and covered dish picnic
at noon and storytelling
session kicks off at 1 p.m.
All who want to tell
stories or hear them are
invited. Guests are asked
to bring: a covered dish, a
lawn chair, old photos of
Blue Springs, and stories
to share or an ear to
listen.
vor information, caHl
Allan Tidwell at 850-526-
2761,ext.3248.

Dog Show to
ne held May 2
SNEADS The Carlisle
Rose Garden Club in
Sneadshasrescheduledits
Fourth Annual dog Show.
The new date is Saturday,
May 2 and will be held at
Citizen's Football Field
in Sneads. Registration
begins at 4 p.m. and the
show begins at 5.
For more information,
call 593-6204 or 593-6143.

QUilt show to
he held May 2
BLOUNTSTOWN Once
again it is time for the
Panhandle Pioneer Settle-
ment's eighth annual quilt
show. "Everlasting Stitches
will be on Saturday, May 2,
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Now is the time to show
off that treasured quilt.
All types of quilts will be
displayed, old, new, large,
small, hand, or machine
made.
Quilts will be accepted
in the Frink Gym at the
Pioneer Settlement 1-4 p.m.
on Friday, May 1.


MARIANNA Covenant
Hospice will hold its 4th
Annual Garden Gala from
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 27
at the National Guard
Armory, 3645 Hwy 90 West
in Marianna. Hosted by


WJHG's Neysa Wilkins, the
evening will include dinner
and dancing, silent and
live auctions, exhibits and
tasting plus much more.
The Silent auction and hors
d'oeuvres start at 6 p.m.


Tickets are $40 each or $75
per couple. All proceeds will
go to support under-funded
and non-reimbursed special
programs at Covenant
Hospice.
For more information


about the event or
sponsorship opportunities,
contact Jennifer Griffin at
850-482-8520, 850-209-0221
or via e-mail at jennifer.
griffin ecovenanthospice.
org.


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USS ColumbUS
Reunion
U.S.S. Columbus
Veteran Association is
extending an invitation to
all Navy and Marine Corps
shipmates who served
on the USS Columbus
CA-74/CG-12 from 1944
through 1976 and the USS
Columbus (SSN-762) past
and present to attend a
reunion Sept. 30 Oct. 3 at
the Holiday Inn Select in
Nashville, Tenn.
Contact Allen R. Hope,
3828 Hobson Road, Fort
Wayne, IN 46815-4505 or
call 1-260-486-2221 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; Fax:
260-492-9771 or e-mail
hope4391@comcast.net


Weight malna ment
program
BONIFAY -Bonifay
Adventist Church, 604
S. Mathushek Street
in Bonifay is host to a
weight management pro-
gram using small group
dynamics, and motivation
for lo sing unwanted pounds.
Participation is limited; call
547-9899. The program is
absolutely free of charge.

COrrections
AcademycleSS
CHIPLEY The Criminal
Justice Program at the
Washington Holmes
Technical Center will offer
Basic Recruit Corrections
Academy day and night
classes beginning Monday
May 4.
Students who
successfully complete the
training program will be
eligible to become certified
corrections officers in
the State of Florida. The
program offers a "pay
by the semester" option
which spreads the cost
of the class over two
semesters and more than
two semesters for the
night class. Both the day
and night classes meet


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School News


Wednesday, April 29, 2009


SUBMITTED PHOTO
The cast of 'Beanie and the Bamboozling Book Machine.






Children's play to be performed May I4 at Chipola Theatre


The children's play "Beanie
and the Bamboozling Book
Machine" will be presented to
hundreds of elementary school
children in May. A public
performance is set for 7 p.m.
Thursday, May 14, at the
Chipola Theatre. Tickets go


on sale April 30 in the Chipola
Business Office.
The children's show tells
the story of Beanie, a science
wiz who has designed a
reading machine that can read
three books at once. When
Beanie turns it on, out pop the


witches from "Snow White,"
"Hansel and Gretel," and
"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz."
Beanie must get them back
into the books with help from
the good guys. For information
about Chipola Theatre, call
718-2227'


MARIANNA -Some 371 students
were eligible for graduation at
Chipola College at the end of the
spring semester. Graduation ex-
ercises are scheduled for 7 p.m.
Thursday, May 7, at the Milton
Johnson Health Center.
Counted as members of the
class are all who completed their
degrees or vocational certificates
from December 2008 to May 2009
or who will complete work at
Chipola during the summer of '09.
The class includes the following
listed by degree and hometown: '

B081010r of Saience:
*Bonifay Carole Elizabeth
Chandler and Lori Nicole Hol-


Dale Minchin, Alex Nelson, Gina
L. Page, Casey Lee Parish, Mat-
thew Ryan Park, Justin Lyntz Pe-
ters, Scott A. Rudd, Terry Wayne
Weeks, Tiffany Janae Williams,
Katherine A. Yglesias.
*Cottondale Kelly Alexis
Bellamy, Marcus L. Bellamy,
Kendall Boggs, David Ralph Len
Hamm, Leah Hanchard, Kayla
Sue Jones, Onelio Miguel Maus,
Caitlin W. Miller, Jamie M. Neff,
Hannah Kristene Robbins, Can-
dace Roulhac, Miranda Paige
Scurlock, Tiffany M. Tate, Mary
Allison Trolard, Anthony Edward
Vitale, Tamekia Lasha Walton,
Jessica Renee Weeks.
*Graceville Kimberly Ann
Broxton, Jessica Lynn Collins,
Courtney Kate Corbin, Jeremy
Daniel Cox, Stephen Troy Gold-
en, Michael Inscho, Ciara Nicole
Jackson, James Tyler John-
son, Nekiesha Nelcia McDow-
all, Evan Messer, Lindsey Lina
Miller, Danielle Marie Moreno,
Jamie Leigh Skinner, Keith Cur-
tis Watford.
*Ponce De Leon Elizabeth
Adele McCombs, Larry Ned Dylan
Skinner.


*Vernon Danielle Joy Adki-
son, Alton A. Rodgers, III, Eliza-
beth Kay Sewell.
*Westville Rhonda Jean
Best, Shannon Michelle Griffin,
Samantha Hudson, Judy Odom
Montes, Catherine Tinsley, Savan-
nah Whigham.


*Bonifay Leah Michelle
Epley, Brittany Pickwick, Clinton
Wesley Smith.
Chipley Haley Justine Hin-
son, Adriene La Shan Reed.
Cottondale Michael Kent.
*Graceville Jessica D. So-
rey.
Workforce Development Cer-
tificates:
Cottondale Kevin L. Don-
aldson.
Dr. Will Holcombe, Chancellor
for Florida's Community College
System, will deliver the address
to the Class of 2009 at Chipola Col-
lege's Commencement.
Chipola's fifth class of bache-
lor's degree graduates in Second-
ary Education also will receive
degrees during the ceremony.


land.
Graceville
*Westville
Shull.


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-Kevin William


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*Graceville
Jurgonski.


Jenna Nicole Peel.
- Shelley Dean


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Honor ROLL

Vernon Elementary School
announces its third nine
weeks A/AB honor roll for the
2008/09 school year.

A Honor Roll:
River Basinger, Brittany
Belanger, Abigail Blake, Trin-
ity Bliss, Kaysha Brannum,
Kayla Brock, Ranger Brock,
Lana Bush, Jakob Clements,
Skyler Day, Morgan Finch,
Jaime Hingson, Natalie Ken-
nedy, Jacob Lee, Lance New-
comb, Sean Presley, Cristian
Proctor, Hunter Sheffield,
Shanaray Sheffield, Damion
Winslow, Tiffiny Allen, Joshua
Bruner, Olivia Cotton, Mat-
thew Green, Canaan Hall,
Faith Harmon, Keldriotus
Kirkland, Joshua Lunsford,
Lexandra Lutz, Jamor Mas-
saline, Addison Ray, Kayleb
Shaw, Dalton Webb, Bren-
ton Dove, Madisen Hawes,
Zachary Kortering, Ethan
Register, Katia Roche, Han-
nah Sellers, Brittany White,
Faithful Williams.

A/B Honor Roll:
Jonathan Adams, Michael
Allen, Faith Baxley, Erika
Blakely, Christian Bowers,
Robert Calvert, Karmin
Compton, Destinee Curry,
Shannon Day, Zachary Em-
ery, Edward Granberry, Kody
Hagan, Emily Hammock,
Destiny Hennion, Austin
Hogue, Evan Jones, Sierra
Kirch, Taylor Leonard, Dal-
ton Mancill, Megan Mcdon-
nell, Jackson Middlebrooks,
Courtney Parks, Shay Paul,
Alexis Simmons, Caitlyn
Smith, Aura Tate, Winston
Walsingham, Caleb Wassum,
Morgan Williamson, Dakota
Wonsey, Dilion Works, Kevin
Burch, Tanner Carter, Veron-
ica Creech, Dana Douglas,
Curtis Earnest, Makayli Ed-

Fi hde, Chitiast Fana inb
Cheyenne Gass, Kara Grippo,
Jillian Hales, Maia Harmon,
Mathew Isenhoff, Jakob Jack-
son, Matthew Libby, Kaitlyn
Lustig, Eliyah Massey, Cierra
Mayo, John Morris, Hunter
Myer, Payton Poppell, Kyle
Porter, Shelby Redmon, John-
than Smith, Riley Spittler,
Samantha Sweeney, Makay-
la Wells, Miamai Williams,
Christian Williamson, Seirra
Williamson, Emily Adcock
Lee-Michael Anders, Mar-
quez Brown, Hanna Collier
Erica Cureton, Jade Curtis,
Aaliyah Daniels, Ashtain Da-
vis, Rickia Davis, Kaitlyn Ev-
ans, Zaniyah Fisher, Anthony
Gatlin, Ashton Hall, Hunter
Hallman, Austin Hallmark,
David Hauck, Courtney Hen-
drix, Cheyenne Hurst, Jessica
Joyce, Kaitlyn Kolmetz, Kolt-
er Kolmetz, Tyreise Leblanc,
Christa Lee, Jazmyne Mcgee,
Madison Mike, Vivek Patel'
Aaron Phillips, Nathan Pope,
Chance Proctor, Myah Rosa,
Bryce Sasser, Andrew Smith,
Daniel Soles, James Spence,
Jeremy Thomason, Lauren
Walker, Kimberly Yates.


ELC issuing






fOr pr e-Kt
Holmes County Voluntary
Pre-Kindergarten (VPK)
Specialist Olivia Haines has
announced Fall VPK regis-
tration information. A VPK
certificate is required before
a child can be registered for
pre-kindergarten. The Early
Learning Coalition is issuing
fall VPK certificates for chil-
dren who turn 4 on or before
Sept. 21 and are not eligible to
attend kindergarten.
Required documents for
registration include: proof
of child's date of birth (birth
certificate); parent/guardian
photo identification and proof
ofphysicalresidence (license,
utility bill); child's Social Se-
curity number (optional).
Because of budget cuts,
the Holmes County School
District will not be offering
on-site registration. Parents
will need to go to the Early
Learning Coalition in the Old
Chipley High School on Sec-
ond Street in Chipley to pick
up a VPK certificate.
The certificate should be
brought to the school of your
choice Bethlehem, Poplar
Springs, Bonifay Elementary
or Ponce de Leon Elemen-
tary to complete registra-
tion. Parents should bring
the same information (Social
Security, birth certificate, up-
to-date physical and immuni-
Zation record) to register at
the school.
Questions can be directed
to Olivia Haines at 850-547-
3631, ext. 244.


Chipola College announces Class of 2009


Associate in Arts:
*Bonifay -Lindsey Shea Tate,
Mary Ann Alexander, Stephen
O'Brian Andrews, Corey Wayne
Bailes, Kimberley Cassia Brown,
Jessica Leigh Cline, James A.
Craft, Jacqueline Don, Grant La-
mar Gavin, Jessica Lynn Griffin,
Adam Charles Hahn, Rachael
Elizabeth Hodge, Ryan Scott
Hodge, Jamarious Da Rae Johns,
Kimberly Suzanne Leeds, Se-
anna Henderson Mattox, Aaron
Thomas Moore, Chelsey Marie
Parker, April Lynn Steverson, Da-
vid Luke Strickland, Kyrie Strick-
land, Samuel Taylor Toole, Holly
Nicole Langford Watkins, Victoria
Elizabeth Wells, Angela Marie
Wiley, Elizabeth Nicole Williams,
Angie Michelle Womble, Derek
Daran Worley.
*Caryville Damien Dimitri
Colgate Needham.
*Chipley Laci Gail Abbott,
Sandra Marie Baguzis, Candice
April Baxley, Jordan R. Belser,
Danielle Nicole Brantley, Vicki
Lynn Burger, Tamarette Clai-
borne, Phillip Augustus Draayom,
Danielle Helen Guettler, Matthew


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WHTC graduation
CHIPLEY Washington
Holmes Technical Center
will hold graduation
ceremonies May 7 starting
at 7 p.m. in the Washington
County Ag Center on
Highway 90.

Ma0i00n0 Student
elected SGA president
MARIANNA Maggie
Mathis of Marianna was
elected president of the
Chipola College Student
Government Association
in the spring elections.


Other officers elected
include: Sophomore
Class President Jamila
Holmes, of Marianna, and
Chief Justice Meredith
Pritchardof Bonifaay.
Sophomore senators
are Jessica McCalister,
of Greenwood, Lainey
Powell, of Graceville,
Taylor Shelton, of
Altha, Casey Speers, of
Cottondale, Cora Ann
Thomas, of Marianna,
and Ashley Whitfield,
of Blountstown. SGA
sponsors the Fall Festival,
the Spring Frolics and
Other student activities.


Boys from the West Florida Teen Challenge recently assisted with the national
Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association event in Jacksonville in February.



W. Florida Teen Challenge


plans open house for Saturday


West Florida Teen Challenge Boys
Ranch will have an open house for the
general public on Saturday, May 2. West
Florida Teen Challenge is located on State
Road 2, north of Bonifay and three miles
west of Highway 79. Admission is free.
A silent auction begins at noon new
credenzas and hutches, housewares and
many nice miscellaneous items will be
available. A black Angus bull calf and a
King Ranch quarter horse will be auc-
tioned as well.
ShThe Panhandle Pe cemakeprs Ri e an
Teen Challenge Corral from 2-3:30 p.m.
Clowns and face painting will be provid-
ed for children attending the open house.
Barbeque dinner plates will be sold
from 3:30-5 p.m. for $5 each.
At 6 p.m., Teen Challenge students will
provide music, drama and testimonies.
Door prizes also will be announced.
Teen Challenge is home to 75 young
men, ages 12-17, from all over the nation.
They follow a rigorous Christian disciple-
ship program. Please call ahead if you
plan to bring a group. Call Barbara at
850-547-9011.


PANAMA CITY The Na-
tional Science Foundation
(NSF) has provided scholar-
ship funding to Florida State
University Panama City for
students pursuing under-
graduate degrees in electri-
cal, computer, civil and envi-
ronmental engineering.
Ten two-year scholar-
ships valued at up to $7,500
per academic year will be
awarded to students en-


tering these programs in
fall 2009. Scholarships will
be awarded on the basis of
financial need and/or aca-
demic merit.
To apply for the scholar-
ship, students must:
*Submit the free appli-
cation for Federal Student
Aid (FASFA).
*Complete an admis-
sion application and submit
to the Admissions Office.


*Complete the scholar-
ship application and essay
and submit to Financial Aid.
*Meet admission re-
quirements.
*Maintain a minimum
2.5 GPA.
The deadline is May 15.
For more information
call the Admissions Office
at 850-770-2160, Finan-
cial Aid at 850-770-2177, or
toll-free at 888-693-7872.


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HCHS '79 reunion
BONIFAY The HCHS
class of 1979 is planning its
30-year reunion. A meeting
to discuss plans for the
event is scheduled for
7 p.m. April 30 at Simbo's
Restaurant. All members
of the class are invited 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.
















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BCF Professors John Thomas and Rich Elligson entertain guests during the Spring 2009 senior banquet.

GRACEVILLE The Baptist College of Florida's (BCF) Spring 2009 graduating class gathered in the Assembly Center on April
17 to receive their diplomas and officially graduate. Senior class president, Brent Gay, welcomed guests to the senior banquet
and BCF Senior Vice-President, R. C. Hammack, offered a prayer of thanksgiving before the meal.
Following the meal and musical interlude, BCF Professors John Thomas and Rich Elligson were given the microphone to
provide comic relief for the evening. Guests were not disappointed as the Pair-of-Does, as they are known on WFBU's Friday
morning radio show, told jokes, dispensed door prizes, and shared amusing stories that highlighted the seniors gathered for
the evening.
The next event for the spring graduating class will be Senior Honor's Day scheduled in the R. G. Lee Chapel at 10 a.m. on
May 6 followed by graduation in the Assembly Center at 10 a.m. on May 15. For more information, contact 800-328-2660 ext.
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merciful to me and hear my
prayer.
How long, O men, will
you turn my glory into
shame? How long will you
love delusions and seek false
gods? Selah.
Know that the LORD
has set apart the godly for
himself; the LORD will hear
when I call to him.
In your anger do not sin;
when you are on your beds,
search your hearts and be
silent. Selah.
Offer right sacrifices and
trust in the LORD.
Many are asking, "Who
can show us any good?"
Let the light of your face
shine upon us, O LORD.
You have filled my heart
with greater joy than when
their grain and new wine
abound.
I will lie down and sleep
in peace, for you alone, O
LORD, make me dwell in
safety."

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


Many things that have
been in the news this week
have upset me greatly to think
that these things actually are
happening in
the America
I love: Carrie
Prejean, a Miss
USA contestant
being told she
-, basically lostth cr

FROM THE because she
HAT stated what she
Tim Hall truly believed,
rather than
what a judge
wanted her to say about
homosexuals; and veterans and
people who believe in family
values, the right to protect
ones possessions and who
oppose the killing of innocent
children through the holocaust
of abortion being placed on
the "watch list" of Homeland
Security as so-called terrorists.
Yet these same people
who called God-honoring-
Americans terrorists recently
sent out word that we should
not call those who killed
innocent American citizens on
9/11 terrorists! They are also
pushing the Hate Crime Law
(H.R 1913) through the House
as I write, which would make it
possible for pastors and Bible
teachers to be prosecuted by
law for proclaiming God's truth,
And yes, the so-called
"Fairness Act" is also being
pushed through to stop
conservative radio and TV
hosts, and columnists from
enlightening the public about
the lies coming out of the
mouths of politicians. And of
course, they want to continue
taking money from the poor
and giving it to the rich
corporations to misuse on
themselves, thus converting
a great capitalist nation with
a Judea/Christian base into
a socialist, do-as-you-please
nation (as long as it has nothing
to do with doing what is right).


As I said, because of my
frustration, I really need to
begin to pray, pray, pray for
this nation, and I hope you will
join me. And I probably need
to shut up to show my wisdom
according to Proverbs 10:19;
12:15; 17:28 before I say too
much, and get accused of being
a bad influence on society.
So here's something to
sink your teeth into. It was
sent to me by a friend not
to long ago. It says that it
has been attributed to Rep.
Mitchell Kaye, R-Ga. It's called
the "New Preamble to the
Constitution," which reads:
"We the sensible people of
the United States, in an attempt
to help everyone get along,
restore some semblance of just
ce, avoid more riots, keep our
nation safe, promote positive
behavior, and secure the
blessings of debt-free liberty to
ourselves and our great-great-
great-grandchildren, hereby try
one more time to ordain and
establish some common sense
guidelines for the terminally
whiny, guilt ridden, delusional.
"We hold these truths to be
self evident: that a whole lot of
people are confused by the Bill
of Rights and are so dim they
require a Bill of NON-Rights.
"ARTICLE I: You do not
have the right to a new car, big
screen TV or any other form
of wealth. More power to you if
you can legally acquire them,
but no one is guaranteeing
anything.
"ARTICLE II: You do not
have the right to never be
offended. This country is
based on freedom, and that
means freedom for everyone
- not just you! You may leave
the room, turn the channel,
express a different opinion,
etc.; but the world is full of
idiots, and probably always will
be.
"ARTICLE III: You do not
have the right to be free from
harm. If you stick a screwdriver


They weant to
COntilclic takei~ng

~money Fom the poor
and giving it to the
rich corporations to
rni8use On themselves,
thus converoti~g


natiOn wz~th a Judea/
Christian~ base in~to a

80CZial?8t, do-as-you-
OletuSe RnatOR
in your eye, learn to be more
careful; do not expect the tool
manufacturer to make you and
all your relatives independently
wealthy.
"ARTICLE IV: You do not
have the right to free food
and housing. Americans are
the most charitable people
to be found, and will gladly
help anyone in need, but we
are quickly growing weary of
subsidizing generation after
generation of professional
couch potatoes who achieve
nothing more than the creation
of another generation of
professional couch potatoes.
"ARTICLE V: You do not
have the right to free health
care. That would be nice,
but from the looks of public
housing, we're just not
interested in public health care.
"ARTICLE VI: You do not
have the right to physically
harm other people. If you
kidnap, rape, intentionally
maim, or kill someone, don't be
surprised if the rest of us want
to see you fry in the electric
chair.
"ARTICLE VII: You do
not have the right to the
possessions of others. If you
rob, cheat, or coerce away
the goods or services of other


citizens, don't be surprised if
the rest of us get together and
lock you away in a place where
you still won't have the right to
a big screen color TV or a life of
leisure.
"ARTICLE VIII: You do not
have the right to a job. All of
us sure want you to have a job,
and will gladly help you along
in hard times, but we expect
you to take advantage of the
opportunities of education and
vocational training laid before
you to make yourself useful.
(AM~EN and AM~EN.)
"ARTICLE IX: You do not
have the right to happiness.
Being an American means
that you have the right to
PURSUE happiness, which
by the way, is a lot easier if
you are unencumbered by an
over abundance of idiotic laws
created by those of you who
were confused by the Bill of
Rights.
"ARTICLE X: This is an
English speaking country. We
don't care where you are from,
English is our language. Learn
it or go back to wherever you
came from!
"ARTICLE XI: You do not
have the right to change our
country's history or heritage.
This country was founded on
the belief in one true God. And
yet, you are given the freedom
to believe in any religion, any
faith, or no faith at all; with no
fear of persecution. The phrase
IN GOD WE TRUST is part of
our heritage and history, and if
you are uncomfortable with it,
TOUGH!"

This message has been
brought to you From the Heart
of Tim Hall, Senior Pastor,
Gully Springs Baptist Church,
and author of "Church Go To
Hell! Please?" RO. Box 745, 2824
Highway 90 West Bonifay, FL
32425, located three miles west
of the light at Highway 79, 850-
547-3920, e-mail: timball_2000@
yahoo.com


FAITH





















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ARTLEY GRADUATES

FROM SEU LAKELAND























Suzanne Artley, daughter of Don and Lynda Car-
roll, a local Bonifay resident and graduated from
Bethlehem School in 2005 is now graduating from
Southeastern University with a Degree in Business
Leadership with honors. Graduation willbe held Sat-
urday May 2 at Without Walls Lakeland Church at 10
a.m. She will be participating with a small group
going to Asia to teach English to village children be-
fore beginning a one-year commitment to serve as a
leader and missionary through Surfing the Nations
based on Oahu, Hawaii. Suzanne is planning to visit
the same families that she met in Bali, Indonesia and
nearby Islands last year. Suzanne, 22, may have the
opportunity to lead the STN group that is scheduled
to tour Israel, Jordan and Egypt in December 2009.
To learn more visit her blog http://suzannei sgradu-
ating.blogspot.com.




Artley also is accepting donations of tag sale
treasures (your old junk) for her next rummage
sale/car wash on Saturday, May 9, from 8 a.m. until
the treasures are gone. The benefit yard sale will be
at Sim's Insurance Office on the corner of Waukesha
and Kansas Avenue. Proceeds will help support her
one-year missionary commitment to serve at STN
(Surfing the Nations) based in Hawaii.
Her brother Jonathan Carroll will run the car
WRSh with proceeds g ig to fund his summer mis-
Sion trip to Nicaragua. For more details or if you
WOuld like to help with this event, contact Lynda
Carroll at 547-2098.





Appreca~te YOur MUofae

It seem s that a person ca n more fulIly a appreciate thei r
mother once they become a
pa rent. At this point, they gain ~
fi rstha nd experience of what
their mother did for them while
they were growing up. A saintly A.C s
mother is truly a blessing to her
family ~and the moral and ethical
standards that she reflects to her
Children will be carried with them
throu hout their lives. Nothing
Changes a person's life more than
having children,and becoming a ~
mother can be the most challeng-
ing,yet rewarding responsibility a
woman will ever have. Since chil-
dren tend to stereotype things,
they may believe that all mothers are the same; however,
each mother is uni ue and s ecial in her own loving
way.The Bible tells us that we should never forget what
our mothers have taught us.We should keep their words
always locked in our hearts.Their teaching will lead us
when we travel, protect us at night and advise us during
the day.Their loving correction can teach us how to live.

IVy Son, keep your father's commandment, and forsake not
your mother's teaching.
R.S.V. Proverbs 6:20



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Appreciation service for
Bonnie Roberts Powell

BONIFAY Bonifay First United
Methodist Church on 202 N. Oklaho-
ma St. in Bonifay invites the public
to a "Community Appreciation and
Tribute Service" at 5 p.m., Sunday,
May 3.
Willard Powell would like to use
this opportunity to express his and
Bonnie Roberts Powell's apprecia-
tion to Bonifay Methodist and to the
entire community for all of the many
gestures of love extended to them
during Bonnie's illness. Bonnie
Roberts Powell is a noted Bonifay at-
torney who is courageously battling

canI ard would also like this ser-
vice to be a musical tribute and ex-
pression of love to Bonnie and to His
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. An
invitation is extended to the com-

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Street Revival

BONIFAY Saturday, May 2, there
will be a street service at the corner
of Oklahoma and Hwy 90 (the old
Ford place). Service begins at 9 a.m.
and ends around 6 p.m. There will be
different preachers and singers ev-
ery 30 minutes from area churches.
Take your lawn chair and help lift
up the name of Jesus. For more in-
formation call David Crutchfield at


Ministry NEWS


(850) 548-9055.


Cords of Love homecomin
Cords of Love Assembly of God
Church will hold its third annual
Homecoming on May 3. Sunday
School starts at 10 a.m. followed by
morning worship at 11 with Bro.
Tommy Toole as guest speaker. A
covered dish meal will follow servic-
es and Bro. Toole and his group will
be singing.


National Day of Pra yer
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 infor-
mation, call 892-4737 or 892-2240.


East Pittman Freewill

Homecoming
PITTMAN East Pittman Freewill
Baptist Church will hold Homecom-
ing on May 3. Singing begins at 10:30
a.m. with the Lewis Family from
Grand Ridge. Guest Speaker will be
former Pastor Jerome Lewis. Lunch
will follow the services. For more in-
formation, contact Herman Sellers,
pastor at (850) 548-5801.


Gospel Jam
WAUSAU Christian Haven
Church will have its monthly gos-


pel jam Saturday May 2. A covered
dish dinner will be served at 6 p.m.
with the jam starting immediately
after.
The church is on Finch Circle
about 1-1/2 miles east of Wausau.
For information call 638-0836 or 773-
2602.


Abinail Homecomine
VERNON Abigail Freewill Bap-
tist Church of Vernon will host its
annual Homecoming on Sunday,
May 3. Sunday School begins at 10
a.m. followed with regular worship
services led by the Rev. John Pettis.
Immediately after church there will
be dinner on the grounds with sing-
ing afterwards featuring the Bas-
ford Brothers. The church is at 2893
Dawkins Street in Vernon. For ad-
ditional information, please contact
the church secretary, Sandra Cook
at 850-535-2426.


New Bethany AOG

il0meoCming
VERNON New Bethany Assem-
bly of God will hold homecoming
services on May 3 with sister Elou-
ise Todd as guest speaker. Lunch
will be served in the Fellowship Hall
at 12:30 p.m.
The church is at Hinson Cross-
roads just north of Vernon. Call
Leon Jenkins at 773-3003 for more
information.


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley Pastor Is the Rev
Larry Brown
New Bethel AME U S 90 In Bonifay
Pastor Is Alice Hennessey
St John AME 3816 Clemmons
Road, Vernon Service on first and third
Sunday at 11 15 a m Pastor Is the Rev
Leon Singleton
St Joseph AME 1401 Monroe Shef-
field Road, Chipley Pastor Is the Rev
Roy Hudson
St Luke AME 4009 Jackson Com-
munity Road, Vernon Service on second
and fourth Sunday at 11 a m Pastor Is
the Rev Leon Singleton
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly 1009 S
Waukesha St Pastor Is John Chance
CarmelAssemblyofGod County
160 In the Bethlehem Community Pastor
Is Tommy Moore
Grace Assembly of God 567 N
Main St Pastor the Rev Dallas Pettis
Cords of Love Assembly of God
2060 Bethlehem Road In the Kynesvlle
area Pastor Is Jerry Sanford
Ebro Assem bly of God State 79
South Pastor Is Lloyd Lykins
Falth Assembly dGod Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School
Pastor Is Charles Carlton
Graceville First Assembly of God
5565 Brown St Pastor Is Charles
Jackson
Lighthouse Assem bly of God, 1201
S Waukesha St (State 79) Bonifay
Sunday School 10 a m Sunday ser
vices 11 a m and 6 p m every second
Wednesday fellowship supper Pastor
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
Pastor Is Ryan Begue
Evergreen Missionary Baptist
Church, Westville
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist 1980
Gap Blvd In Sunny Hills Interim Pastor
Is the Rev George Cooper
Grltney Baptist Church, 2249 Hwy
179 Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist Three miles
west of Bonifay on Hwy 90 Pastor Tim
Hall
Hickory Hill Baptist 1656 Hlckory Hill
Road (Hwy 181 N), Westville
Holmes Creek Baptist Cope Road
northwest df Chipley
Holyneck Missionary Baptist 3395
Cemetery Lane, Campbellton Pastor
Richard Peterson Sr
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist 614
Bennett Drive, Chipley Price Wilson Is
pastor
Leonia Baptist Church Is located
In northwest Holmes County Pastor Is
Stacy Stafford
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 Hwy 2,
one mile west of Hwy 79 In Esto Pastor
Is Steve Boroughs
New Beginning Baptist 1049 Sand-
ers Ave ,Gracevlle Pastor Is Rudolph
Dickens
New Concord Free Will Baptist
James Paulk Road off Hwy 177 Pastor
James Carnley
New Hope Baptist Intersection of
Hwys 2 and 179A
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood
New Orange Baptist 782 Alford
Road Pastor Is Alcus Brock
New Prospect Baptist 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor ls 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's Witnesses
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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Safronia Idelia Dorsey,
84, of Vernon died April
20 at her home. She
was born June 26, 1924,
in Ponce de Leon to the
late Hill and Effie Gilman
Smith.
Preceding her in
death where her parents,
husband, Robert Albert
Dorsey and several
brothers and sisters.
Survivors include
three sons, Ralph Dorsey
and wife, Pamela, Robert
Dorsey and Roger
Dorsey all of Vernon; two
daughters, Rhonda Dorsey
Pecquet and husband,


John, and Remona
Coatney and husband,
Terry, all of Vernon; 12
grandchildren, 14 great-
grandchildren, two great-
great-grandchildren and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
Services were held
April 24 at Unity Baptist
Church with Elder Randy
Jenkins and the Rev.
Lindsey Martin officiating.
Interment followed in
the Pleasant Grove
United Methodist Church
Cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay,
directing.


Pauline B. "Polly"
Cannon, 83,of Panama
City died April 8 at her
home. She was born
in Knox Hill in Walton
County and moved to
Panama City where she
was a homemaker and
a member of the First
United Pentecostal
Church in Panama City.
Her husband, Willie
Adkison; a grandchild,
David Boswell; great-
grandchild, Terry Ramer;
two brothers, Coonie
Cannon and Emmett
Cannon and a sister, Sue
Dell Price precede her in
death.
Survivors include a
son, Leroy Adkison and
wife, Diane, of Gates, N.C.;


daughters, Kathy Johnson
of Bonifay, Betty Adkison
Bolena of Jacksonville,
Rita Boswell and husband
Lester, of Bonifay, Nita
McLaney of DeEhniak
Springs; sister, Jimmie
Lou Cannon of Red
Bay; 12 grandchildren;
19 great-grandchildren
and six great-great-
grandchildren.
Services were held
April 11 at the First
United Pentecostal
Church with the Revs.
Allen Lee Crabtree and
Lee Hathaway officiating.
Burial followed in the
Red Bay Cemetery
with Sutherland Family
General Homes and
Crematory directing.


Vera Ruth Dearth, 75,
of Chipley died April 16 in
Bonifay. A native of West
Virginia, she had been a
resident of Washington
County for the past
36 years.
Survivors include one
son, Noel Davis of Chipley;
one daughter and son-in-
law, Miriam and Donald
Stephens of Fruitland Park;
two brothers, Dana Lewis
Dearth of Citrusville,


W.V and Dwight Dearth
of Barnesfield, Ohio; two
grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
Services were held
April 18 in the chapel of
Brown Ekneral Home in
Chipley with the Rev.
Earnest Dupree officiating.
Cremation followed under
the direction of Brown
General Home. Friends
may sign online register
at brownfh.net.


Clara B. Edwards, 84,
of Vernon died April 20 at
her home. She was a native
of Washington County and
a member of McQueens
Temple FBC in Ebro where
she served as a missionary
and assisted with Meals on
Wheels.
Survivors include her
children; Arthur Brown,
Robert Brown Sr., Josie
Bell and husband, James,
Susie Igles and Blond
Siples, all of Vernon
and Clara Douglas and


husband, Melvin, of Atlanta,
Ga.; 30 grandchildren and
many other relatives.
Service was held
April 25 at McQueens
Temple with Junior Bishop
John O Brown, Pastor
Min. Edward T. Mike,
Willie Brown, Min. Carson
John Jackson and Bishop
W.A. Potter officiating.
Interment followed in
St. Luke Memorial Garden
Cemetery with Cooper
General Home of Chipley
directing'


Mack Edward
McCullough, 77, of Vernon
died April 19 at Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center
in Bonifay. He was born
Oct. 27, 1931, in Caryville
to the late William Perry
and Minnie Leavins
McCullough.
Survivors include
his wife, Mary Pachis,
McCullough of Vernon; two
daughters, Joanne Brock
and husband, Angus, of
Vernon and Patricia Bass
and husband, Mike of
Jacksonville; two stepsons,
Chris Roberts and wife,
Judy, of Chipley and Steve
Roberts of Caryville; two
stepdaughters, Catherine
Anders and Barbara


Thompson and husband,
Steve, all of Caryville;
two brothers, Preston
McCullough of Lake Wales
and Allen McCullough
of Tampa; four sisters,
Annie Smith of Bonifay,
Kay French of Caryville,
Audrey Baldree and Lou
Weeks, both of Lake Wales;
eight grandchildren and
15 great-grandchildren.
Services were held
April 21 at New Bethany
Assembly of God Church
with Rev. Leon Jenkins
officiating. Interment
followed in the St. John's
Freewill Baptist Church
Cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay
directing.


Willie Jewel (Ellison)
Hewett, 94, of Bonifay died
on April 22 at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay. She was the
daughter of the late
Robert Ellison and the late
Susan (Thames) Ellison.
Eleven brothers and
sisters preceded her in
death.
Survivors include
two daughters, Mildred
Hawkins of Bonifay, Jessie
Mae Hall of Westville; one


Margaret
Margaret Ellen Salmon
'Peggy' McDade, 54, of
Vernon died April 17 at
her home. She was born
June 3, 1954, in Flint,
Mich., to John Joseph
and Rosemary Jorgensen
Salmon.
She is preceded in
death by her father, John
Joseph Salmon; one son,
Frank McDade; one sister,
Teresa Ward; two brothers,
Michael Salmon and
Patrick Salmon.
Survivors include her
husband, Jerry McDade, of
Vernon; mother, Rosemary
Salmon of Bonifay; two
daughters, Amy McDade
Decker of Fort Wright, Ky.,
and Gloria Clayton of Lynn


son, Carlton Hewett and
wife Desi, of Bonifay; six
grandchildren; nine great-
grandchildren and five
great-great grandchildren.
General service
was held in the funeral
home chapel April 24
with the Rev. John
Stamey officiating.
Interment followed in
the Winterville Cemetery
with Sims Ekneral Home
of Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.

E. McDade
Haven; two brothers, Tony
Salmon and wife, Anita of
Bonifay and Paul Salmon
of Biloxi, Miss.; four
sisters, Mary Linton and
husband, Jim of Flushing,
Mich., Jean Moody of
Prattville, Ala., Chris
Horn of Bonifay; Jennifer
Meachum and husband,
Chris of Dothan, Ala., and
two grandchildren.
Services were
conducted April 23 at
Vernon Evangelistic
Church with Rev. Leon
Jenkins officiating.
Interment followed in
the Ebenezer Church
Cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay
directing.


Paul Q. Gravely Jr., 78,
of Cottondale, died April 21
at his residence. He was a
native of Scarbro, W. Va.,
and had lived in Cottondale
for the past several years.
He started his career in
the Army Air Force, later
with the U.S. Air Force
where he spent 33 years.
During this time he served
in the Korean and Vietnam
wars w ere he ser aed four

member of the VFW and
the DAY
He was preceded in


death by his wife, Mangola
Finley, and his parents
Paul Q. and Ethel Mae
Gravely.
Survivors include a
son, William Gravely
and wife, Barbara, of
Cottondale; two brothers,
Lawrence Gravely of
Kentucky and Cecil
Gravely of West Virginia;
five grandchildren and two

gre e iai ati was
by cremation with Obert
General Home of Chipley
in charge of arrangements.


Jack Allen McKnight
Grantham Parrish, 66, of
Graceville, formerly of
Panama City, died April
18 at his home following
an extended illness. He
was born in Panama City
on May 5, 1942. He was a
driver for Bay Transporta-
tion in Panama City for
over 18 years.
He was preceded in
death by his parents
Morris A. and Elizabeth
Farmer Parrish, son
Dennis Allen Parrish,
sister Florine and brother
Junior.
He is survived by his
wife, Judie Parrish, of
Graceville; four children


and their spouses, Tammy
and Cuy Simmons, of
Thomasville, Ga., Dale
and Tracy Parrish, Daniel
and Cindy Parrish, all of
Panama City, James
Parrish, of Alton, Mo.,
and seven grandchildren.
Services were held
April 22 in the funeral
home chapel with the Rev.
Gino Mayo and Dr. Jerry
Oswalt officiating. Memo-
rialization was by crema-
tion with James & Lipford
General Home directing.
Memorial donations
may be made to
Emerald Coast Hospice,
4374 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, FL 32446.


Candace Tara Heath,
26, of Chipley died on
April 20 at the Southeast
Medical Center in Dothan,
Ala.
She was a lifelong
resident of Chipley.
Candace worked for
her parents at the Main
Street Auto Care Center.
She was a graduate of
the Core Institute of
Tallahassee as a massage
therapist and a graduate
of Chipley High School
class of 2001. She was full
of life and will be missed
by all who knew her.
Candace is survived


by her parents, Darrell
Heath and Daphanne
Milton Heath of
Chipley, a brother,
Joshua Milton Heath
of Chipley; maternal
grandparents, Don and
Marilyn Milton of Chipley;
paternal grandmother,
Jackie Smith of Gulf
Hammock as well as a
host of extended family
members.
Services were April 25
at the First Baptist Church
of Chipley with the Rev.
Mike Orr officiating and
Obert Ekneral Home of
Chipley directing.


Verbie Cordelia Tutton,
79, of Vernon died April 23
at Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. She
was born July 8, 1929, in
Vernon to the late Levy
Sampson and Ida Lenora
White Johnson.
In addition to her
parents her husbands,
Joseph Harley Tutton and
Robert Thomas Brannon;
two sons, Glenn Tutton
and Randy Tutton and
one great-granddaughter,
Katie Tutton, precede her
in death.
She is survived by two
daughters, Sharon Ward
and husband, Keith, of
Vernon and Karen St. Cere
and husband, Charles, of
Caryville; one son, Phillip
Tutton of Vernon; four


brothers, Fred Johnson
and wife, Estelle, of
Vernon, Berness Johnson
and wife, Mildred, of
Bonifay, Ronald Johnson
and wife, Joyce of
Southport, Mike Riley of
Wausau; three sisters, Ida
Jean Deese and husband,
Ed, of Black, Ala., Dewie
Faye Pleas of Chipley,
Rita Waller of Vernon;
10 grandchildren and 16
great-grandchildren.
Services were held
April 25 in the funeral
home chapel in Bonifay
with the Revs. Wesley Hall
and Roger Dale Hagan
officiating. Interment
followed in the Poplar
Head Church Cemetery
with Peel Ekneral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Theresa Annette
Stewart, 57, died April 17
at her home in the Natural
Bridge community in
North Walton County. She
was born in Florala, Ala.,
to the late Wilburn and
Irene Aplin Adams. She
was employed with the
Florala Natural Gas Board
in Florala in 1970 and
later was employed with
Tri-County Community
Council in Bonifay for over
30 years. She attended
Eight Mile Church.
A brother, Jimmy
Adams, preceded her in
death.
Survivors include her
husband, Glenn Stewart,
three sons, Craig Weeks


and his wife, Frances,
of Bonifay, Adams
Stewart and wife, Hope,
of Panama City, Kyle
Stewart of the natural
Bridge community; two
sisters, Joann McClellan
of Crestview and Patsy
Adams of the Natural
Bridge community;
three grandchildren and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
General service was
April 20 at Evans Ekneral
Home in Florala with the
Revs. Edward Cotten and
Larry Wade officiating.
Interment followed in
the Eight Mile Cemetery
with Evans Ekneral Home
directing.


Thada Louise Odom,
58, of Chipley, died April 21
at Bay Medical Center
in Panama City. A native
of Ft. Campbell, Ky., she
had been a resident of
Washington County for the
past 30 years. She was a
homemaker and member
of the Bonnett Pond
Community Church.
Survivors include
her husband, Ronald C.
Odom, of Chipley; two
sons, James C. Odom


of New Port News, Va.,
and Andrew Fl Odom of
Chipley and a brother,
David Allen Whitlock of
Panama City.
Services were held
April 24 in the Bonnett
Pond Community Church
with the Revs. Buddy
Pennington and Teddy
Bias officiating. Interment
followed in the Bonnett
Pond Cemetery under
the direction of Brown
EAneral Home of Chipley.


Wednesday, April 29
10 a.m. to noon Hol-
mes Council on Aging pro-
vides hot meals and social-

za10 .m. to 2 p.m. The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the pub-
lic 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 accepted.
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis
Club weekly meeting, held
at Simbo's Restaurant in
Bonifay.
1 p.m. Line dancing,
Washington Council on Ag-
ing in Chipley
7 p.m. Depression
and Bipolar Support Group
meets at First Baptist
Church educational annex
building in Bonifay. Call 547-
4397.
8 p.m. -Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held
at Ponce de Leon Method-
ist Church, located on Main
Street in Ponce de Leon.


Thursday, April 30
7 a.m. Holmes County
Chambe of Commerce

rel0 a.m. to noon Hol-
mes Council on Aging pro-
vde hot meals and social-

10:30-11 a~.-Chi le
Library preschool st ry

ml a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217
donations accepted. '
Noon -Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship
Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m. Washing-
ton County Commission
meeting.
6 p.m. TOPS meeting,
held at Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, three miles north
of Bonifay on Highway 79.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each 'lI~esday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6:15 p.m. The Wash-
ington/Holmes Autism Sup-
port 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 RehaNCren e.s

Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed 'It~inity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held
at New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, on Highway 2 in
Holmes County.
I'rida% My 1
10 a.m. to noon -Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and so-
cialization.
10:30-11 a.m. Wausau
Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys. Ad-
mission $5; Children 12 and
under free with parents. No
smoking or alcohol. Door
prizes and 50/50 giveaways.


Refreshments available.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous open meet-
ing, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
Saturday, May 2
7-10 p.m. Geneva Se-
nior Citizens Dance at Gene-
va Community Center, North
Iris St., every Saturday for
those 21 and older, country
music by the Flat County
Band. Admission is $4, 50-50
give-away, refreshments, no
smoking or alcohol.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music
by the Country Boys. Ad-
mission $5; Children 12 and
under free with parents. No
smoking or alcohol. Door
prizes and 50/50 giveaways.
Refreshments available.
8 p.m. -Alcoholics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at Bon-
ifay Methodist Church, Bon-
ifay, on Oklahoma Street.
Sunday May 3
1 p.m. -Abate of Florida,
a Motorcyclist Rights Orga-
nization, meets at 2229 Boni-
fay-Gritney Road. For infor-
mation call 850-548-5187.
8 p.m. Alcoholics


Anonymous meeting, held
in the board room at Gracev-
ille-Campbellton Hospital
Boardroom, Graceville.

Monday May 4
1o a.m. to noon Hol-
mes Council on Aging
provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals
and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
6-7:30 p.m. Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
will host a domestic violence
support group each Monday
at the SADVP Rural Out-
reach office, 1461 S. Railroad
Ave., Apartment 1, in Chi-
pley. Call Emma or Jess at
415-5999.
7 p.m.- Esther Masonic
Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8p.m.-AlcoholicsAnon-
ymous open meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on High-
way 77A, Bonifay.
tuesday, May 0
9 a.m. Holmes County


School Board, District Of-
fice, Pennsylvania Ave. in
Bonifay.
10 a.m. to noon Hol-
mes Council on Aging pro-
vde hot meals and social-

11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations, call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon-AlcoholicsAnon-
ymous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship,
Chipley.
5:30 p.m. Chipley
Downtown Merchants As-
sociation, 827 Main St.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
7 p.m. Westville City
Council meeting.
7 p.m. Esto Town
Council meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
held at First Presbyterian
Church, Chipley.
8 p.m. Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed 'It~inity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


Obituaries

Pauline B. Cannon


Safronia 1. Dorsey


Vera R. Dearth


Clara B. Edwards


Mack E. McCullough


Willie J. Hewett


F0Ul Q. GraVely Jr.


Jack Parrish


Canac Heath


Verbie C. Tutton


Theresa A. Stewart


Thada L. Odom












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Springtime is garden
time. Spring is when we
plant new plants and get
our yards ready to shine.
While you are preparing
your outdoor areas for
your family to enjoy just
make sure you take the
steps to ensure that it is
safe for your pets to enjoy
as well.
"When planting your
garden it is important
to note that there are
numerous house and
garden plants which can
be toxic to animals,"
warns Dr. Murl Bailey,
professor of toxicology at
the Texas A&M University
College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences. "Several that
come to mind initially are
brunfelsia, lilies, cycads,
kolanchoe, and oleander."
Brunfelsia, more
commonly known as the
yesterday, today and
conuv se zres sre nogs

poisoning.
"We haven't seen any
problems in cats from
brunfelsia, as of this
date," notes Bailey. "While
this plant is mostly a
house plant, it could be in
sheltered gardens in the
southern part of Texas."
Cycads, low growing
palm trees which are used
both indoors and outdoors,
are another type of plant
thatsetnodxi tcohdogs,nashe
roots. The cycad has a
toxin in the root and stems
that is toxic to the liver.
"When the liver is
affected, the dog's body
stops producing the
normal, endogenous
clotting factors and
the dogs start bleeding
excessively--to the extent
that they can bleed to
death'"explain I iaend

cycads may not be known
to cause problems in
cats, lilies are especially
harmful to them. Once cats
ingest lilies, they develop
nausea and vomiting. Then
they get depressed, and
stop eating.
"Why cats like to
eat them I don't know,
probably boredom, but
once they do these cats
must be treated by a
veein~a an, psr fnrablty
later than 48 hours," states
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The Downtown
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PANAMA CITY Recently,
the Panama City Junior
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The festival's name will be
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call Ellen Killough at (850)


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which toxin(s) are present
in the lilies, but they are
very toxic to the kidneys."
Kolanchoe is a type of
house plant that is known
to be toxic. This plant
contains a chemical which
is similar to the human
heart medication, digoxin.
"The garden plant
oleander also contains
digoxin-like compounds.
Both kolanchoe and
oleander can be toxic to
all animals, including dogs
and cats, if ingested," says
Bailey.
While spring is a time


to plant beautiful flowers
in your yard, it also
brings pesky insects out
in numbers. Because of
this, another potential
hazard this time of year is
pesticides,
"All pesticides can
cause problems in dogs
and cats if the chemicals
are stored incorrectly and
misused," warns Bailey.
Bailey stresses that
labels on all chemicals
should be read very
carefully and followed,
especially when used
around pets. He notes that


animals do not have to eat
the toxin; they can also
become exposed through
the skin and in the case
of volatile agents, can be
exposed just by breathing
the contaminated air.
"If a pesticide is not
specifically labeled to be
used on dogs and/or cats,
the pesticide can cause
toxicities," Bailey states.
"Some insecticides are
labeled specifically for
dogs and not for cats so it
is important to read the
labels thoroughly."
While there are more


and more products out
there that claim to be
environmentally safe or
"green," Bailey is not
entirely convinced of their
worth.
"Many alternative
and "so-called"
environmentally safe
compounds are usually not
very effective in controlling
fleas, flies and ticks. The
best thing for an animal
owner to do is follow the
labeled instructions," he
adds.
Spring is a great time
to enhance and enjoy


the outdoors. Taking the
time to make sure that
everything you put in and
on your yard is safe for
your furry friends will
ensure this time is special
for the entire family.
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1100 -Legal Advertising
1110 Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements
1130 Adoptions
s10-Hpoj Adss
1160 -Lost
1170 -Found


1100
FORM OF ADVERTISE-
MENT FOR COMPLETION

LEGAL NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that
Strickland Construction
Company of Panama City,
Inc., Contractor, has com-
pleted the Contract for
Construction of
HOLMES COUNTY
EMERGENCY OPERA-
TIONS CENTER
1173 E Highway90, Bonl-
fay, FL32425
For the HOLMES COUNTY
COMMISSION, Owner,
and have made request for
final settlement of said
Contract. All persons hav-
Ing any claim for labor,
material, or otherwise In
connection with this proj-
ect should Immediately no-
tify;
Hatch Mott MacDonald
PO. BOX 1290
Daphne, AL 36526
251-626-5514
Strickland Construction
Company of Panama City,
Inc. CONTRACTOR
2529 N Bonlta Ave., Pan-
ama City, FL 32405,
(Business Address)
As published In the
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser April 29,
& May 6, 13, 20, 2009.
HOLMES COUNTY

CMM SSSOONE SON


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NeLO3 5maIoprosaoos ay b


with original signature
and five (5) additional
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to0ds by0We nesday, June
CST. Proposals received
after the closing time will



ANCE PROGRAM

All Interested Insurance
ceos aes are anveted to
propose coverage for any
poduct req e~std or bt

can be obtained at the
Board of County Commis-

21 N k enim St. Bdon

da nlo ded 3225
www, holmescountyfl.org
Each proposal document
Tpust b cle Irl Gark d
Health Insurance" or
"Proposal for Group Life
Insurance".
Any questions concerning
the proposal should be ad-
dressed and submitted to
the County Insurance Co-

or n at in Sh~ekr

32425, 850-547-1119 or
sfitzpatrick@holmescoun-
tyfl.org.
Holmes County reserves
the right to accept or reject
any or all proposals, to
award proposals by prod-
uct, to wave any proposal
Informalities and to
re-advertise for proposals
when deemed In the best
Interest of the Holmes
County Board of County
Commissioners.
HOLMES COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
Greg Wood, County Ad-
ministrator
As published In the
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser April 22,
29, 2009.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR HOLMES COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 09-33-PR

INviE ESTATE OF RU-
DOLPH WILSON
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of RUDOLPH WIL-
SON, deceased, whose

2008; Is pedhirw the Clr
cltu C ou~rl ord Hol e
Division: File Number
09-33-PR; the malling ad-
dress of which Is PO. Box
397, Bonifay, Florida
32425. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's at-
torneye ae ssetofortthhbeb _
dent and other persons,
who have claims or de-
mands against decedent's
estate, Including unma-
tured, contingent or unliq-
uldated claims, and who
have been served a copy
of this notice, must file
their claims with this court
ON OR BEFORE THE


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LATER OF THE DATE THENCE ALONG SAID day of May, 2009, at the DESCRIBED AS FOL- nal Judgment, to-wit: D
THAT IS THREE (3) RIGHT OF WAY LINE RUN front door of the Holmes LOWS: BEGINNING AT COMMENCE AT THE 2
MONTHS AFTER THE S 42 DEGREES 26'38" E, County Courthouse, Bonl- THE SW CORNER OF NW NORTHEAST CORNER OF H
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- 585.52 FEET TO POINT fay, Florida. OF NW% OF SECT ION THE SOUTHEAST %/ OF C
LOCATION OF THIS NO- OF CURVATURE CON- DATED this 24th day of 35, TOWNSHIP 6 NORTH, THE SOUTHWEST %/ OF C
TICE OR THIRTY (30) CAVE TO THE NORTH- April, 2009. RANGE 14 WEST AND THE NORTHEAST %4 OF B
DAYS AFTER THE DATE EAST HAVING A RADIUS CODY TAYLOR RUNNING THENCE N 2 SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP D
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF 1687.28 FEET: CLERK OF COURT DEGREES 5' W OF SEC- 4 NORTH, RANGE 17 T
OF THIS NOTICE ON THENCE SOUTHEAST- BY:Angela D. Purvee TION 35, TOWNSHIP 6 WEST: HOLMES D
THEM. ERLY ALONG SAID CURV- Deputy Clerk NORTH, RANGE 4 WEST COUNTY, FLORIDA; T
All other creditors of the ING RIGHT OFWAY LINE As published In the AND RUNNING THENCE THENCE SOUTH 00 9
decedent and other per- FOR ALENGTH OF 115.84 Holmes County N 2 DEGREES 15' W, DEGREES 58 MINUTES 41 R
sons who claims or de- FEET (ALSO HAVING A Times-Advertiser April 29, (MAGNETIC) ALONG THE SECONDS WEST 100 P
mands against the CHORD LENGTH 115.81 & May 6, 2009. WEST OF SAID FORTY FEET TO THE POINT OF (L
decedent's estate, includ- FEET, A CHORD BEAR- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 225.3 FEET TO THE BEGINNING: THENCE 0
Ing unmatured, contingent ING OF S 44 DEGREES I N O H OR NORTH SIDE OF FLORIDA CONTINUE SOUTH 00 I1
or unliquidated claims, 57'10" W&DELTA ANGLE TET UIILCR STATE ROAD #173 AT DEGREES 58 MINUTES 41 T
must file their claims with OF 03 DEGREES 56'01 ) CUTTHE STARTING POINT: SECONDS WEST 100 D
this court WITH THREE (3) TO THE POINT OFBEGIN- Cl THENCE CONTINUING N FEET: THENCE NORTH 89 p
MONTHS AFTER THE NING. OMSCUT LR 2 DEGREES 15' ALONG DEGREES 51 MINUTES 18n
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB- CONTAINS 217,788.95 CSNO2074CA THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECONDS WEST 177.67a
LOCATION OF THIS NO- SQFT. OR 5.00 ACRESFISNAOALBK FORTY 300 FEET: FEET: THENCE NORTH OO Ic
TICE MORE OR LESS THENCE RUNNING N 87 DEGREES 36 MINUTES 30 T
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO SUBJECT TO A20.00 O HATRDDEGREES30'E200FEET: SECONDS EAST 100 C
FILED WILL BE FOREVER FOOT WIDE EASEMENT PanffTHENCE S 2 DEGREES FEET: THENCE SOUTH 89 8
BARRED. WITH A CENTERLINE BE- vs15' E 109.95 FEET, TO DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16 1
NOTWITHSTANDING THE ING MORE PARTICU- RatVICX THE NORTH SIDE OF SECONDS EAST 178.32 1
TIME PERIODS SET LARLY DESCRIBED AS SAID STATE ROAD #173; FEET TO THE POINT OF R
FORTH ABOVE, ANY FOLLOWS: THENCE RUNNING S 44 BEGINNING. LYING AND A
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) COMMENCE AT THE CALERSNOIE F DEGREES 4' WEST BEING IN HOLMES H
YEARS OR MORE AFTER SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAEALONG THE NORTH SIDE COUNTY, FLORIDA. T
THE DECEDENT'S DATE SETO 2 ONHPNotice Is hereby given that OF SAID STATE ROAD AND 2
OF DEATH IS BARRED. 6 NORTH, RANGE 12 1 OYTYOceko #173 DISTANCE 276.55 COMMENCING AT THE R
THE DATE OFFIRST PUB- WEST, HOLMES COUNTY th bv-ildcut ilFEET TO THE STARTING NORTHEAST CORNER OFI
LOCATION OF THIS NO- FLORIDA. AND RUN N 01 on May 21, 2009. at 11:00 POINT AND BEING INTHE THE SOUTHEAST %I OF :
TICE IS APRIL 22, 2009. DEGREES 45'53" E, a~.o sso hratrNW %/ OF THE NW %/ OF THE SOUTHWEST %/ OF
Aeetatore o Proa e p- ALONG TH DSTECTON asY isen patcblfoe, and SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP THE NORTHEAST %/ OF
resetatve:LIN A ISTNCEOF aM.,evetthefoOL12E16 NORTH, RANGE 14 SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP
PM., t theHOLMG
MARLA E. CHAVERNAY 2132.19 FEET TO A 5/8 CUT OUTOS WEST HOLMES COUNTY 4 NORTH, RANGE 17
COUNY CORTHOSED
ESQ. IRON ROD AND CAP ofe o aeadsl tFLORIDA 1 ACRE, MORE WEST, HOLMES
offe fo sal an sel atC
Law Offices of George R. #1355 ON THE SOUTH- OR LESS. COUNTY,, FLORIDA; 3
Brezina, Jr., PA. ERLY RIGHT OF WAY public outcry to the high- AND: BEGIN AT THE SW THENCE SOUTH 00 DE-
est nd bst bdderforA
1915 N. Dale Mabry High- LINE OF COUNTY ROAD etadbsbderfrCORNER OF THE SW %/ GREES 58 MINUTES 41
cashthe ollwingde-V
way 160, BEING ON A CURVE cahteflogd-OF THE NW %ANDRUN SECONDS WEST 100
Sult 30 CONAVE TO HE l r prpert situ-N 982 FEET, FOR A POB, FEET: THENCE NORTH 89
Tampa, FL 33607 NORTHEAST, HAVING A THENCE NORTHWEST- DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16
Telephone: (813)870-0500 RADIUS OF 1687.28 FEET Floridcea: h Ecr ERLY 200 FEET, TO SEC- SECONDS WEST 178.32
Facsimile (813)873-0500 THENCE RUN NORTH- Com ca h EcNTION LINE THENCE FEET TO THE POINT OF
Florida Bar No: 143138 WESTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH SW CORNER OF BEGINNING: THENCE
Personal Representative: CURVING RIGHT OF WAY Rl3a ~o~sWo 3TESO H WSUH0 ERE 6
JUANITA WILSON FOR AN ARC LENGTH OF OF THE NW% THENCE E MINUTES 30 SECONDS
1502 Brackln Road 1332.34 FEET AND DELTA yards to the Point of Be- 74 ETT H /WWS, 10 FE:
WesvileFL3244 NGE O 0 DERES et co nleie OF SR 173 THENCE THENCE NORTH 89
As published In the 56'01 ; THENCE N 42 DE-soatrecthEstln NORTHEASTERLY ALONG DEGREES 51 MINUTES 16
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COMMENC ATri THE SALE, vs. GENERA JUIDITO 1-tiipt r=9i ur.9 t'laihin .:1~he
SOUTHEAST CORNERO NOTIC prceIS HEREBY ONnac WOLEOR A H DIIION PENDE aNLl:1n
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ALONGTESETO Holmes County, Flor ida TENANT(S) IN POSSES RADNCRRL // ll:ie. n.
LINE Ahrl DISANCE OFI beg cas e no.e 08-446-CA, SION OFss THE SBJlnEC RADNLCROL
2132.19 FET TRO A- 5/8 the unesiged clerkon wil PROERT CHa i halb mRIcaSTINA DlANILLtEs
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ERLY RIGHT OF5-87 WAY deciea folows: a NOTIC OFso FORCLO CAMN BYTHRUGH,
L. INLEOF COUNTYRADTat1 Comec atN the r SUREr SALE UNDER, ANAAIS
160 BENGON C RVEl NE crnier of NWi ofabltl SWe NOIEI EEYTEHRI AMD.
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CURIN RIGH OFWYNAfS%3feto1T uica ic UNKNOWN PARTIE MAY ".
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AN AL HSPON soreo NtfS bidder for cash at the mary F.Wlox binal Jdgmn of
SADNRHRYEG otRne1 etHolmes County Court- 209etee inE Civl CaseT gliIc Ieg 11
ANDBRACH LOG Aandru N833'0 at11:0 m.On he14 0 the Cicuth Court of the Sen ills. M Dp
CHORD EARIG O N Oloaln the ANort line HofM sad day e ofMa,209 the fl 4HJdca ici n
29'DEREESB na F 38' 50 W. U Y NWLof W % 22 feet o lown es crb d ry a df rH L E County ,- $ 0
64RAt~lEson STANLOFT1H1b enieln o becgENT UInn sefrh)wtsApenlB For hadedlF s nrd bt

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58'5 W 5.3 FET: eet thnceNO 7'3 E Ityo Bnf TH andUI deUR LAHOMASTEET In54 BON-
THECriE N1ERE 8.4fe topet the poin ofIACIYAK scrbe asE folows JIIFAY Flolrida, at 0-411: 0
25'41 E, 666.01dr o FETl TO begrinbning. cr ONE- LOT ORPACE F lm o he14da of May
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1100 || 1100|
lated this 13 day of April, 2009 entered In Civil Case
009. No. 30-2008-CA-000362 of
OLMES COUNTY TIMES the Circuit Court of the
:ody Taylor 14TH Judicial Circuit In
:lerk of the Circuit Court and for HOLMES County
ly: Diane Eaton BONIFAY, Florida,I will
)eputy Clerk sell to the highest and best
HE LAW OFFICES OF bidder for cash at the
)AVID J. STERN, PA., AT- FRONT of the Courthouse
ORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF at the HOLMES County
00 South Pine Island Courthouse located at 201
load Sulte 400 NORTH OKLAHOMA
'lantation, FL 33324-3920 STREET In BONIFAY, Flor-
954)233-8000 Ida, at 11:00 a.m. central
8-94304 CMI time, 10:00 p.m. eastern
N ACCORDANCE WITH time onthe 28 dayay o My
HE AMERICANS WITH 2009 the following de-
)ISABILITIES ACT, scribed property as set
persons with disabilities forth In said Summary FI-
eeding a special nal Judgment, to-wit:
ccommodation should COMMENCE AT THE
contact COURT ADMINIS- NORTHWEST CORNER
RATION, at the HOLMES, OF THE SOUTHEAST
countyy Courthouse at QUARTER OF THE
5 0- 54 7- 11 0 0, SOUTHWEST QUARTER
-800-955-8771 (TDD) or OF SECTION 36
-800-955-8770,via Florida TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH
relay Service. RANGE 15 WEST,
~s published In the HOLMES COUNTY FLOR-
lolmes County IDAAND RUNS589"15'41,,
imes-Advertiser April 22, E ALONG THE CENTER-
9, 2009. LINE OF BANFILL AVE-
~ TE CRCUT CURTNUE, 491.08 FEET:
N TE CRCUT CURTTHENCE S 00 49'01" W.
)F THE 14TH JUDICIAL 3.0FE OTE
:IRCUIT, IN AND FOR SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
OLMS OUTYFLR-WAY LINE OF SAID
DEANERAL JURISDICTION BANFILL AVENUE, SAID
IVISIONPOINT BEING THE POINT
ASE NO.OF BEGINNING: THENCE
0-200-CA-00362 CONTINUE S 00 49'01" W,
0-2008-A-000362E 150.16 FEET; THENCE S
URORALOANSER-89 14'31" E, 82.01 FEET:
ICES, LLCTHENCE N 00 55'O9 E,
LAINTIFF150.19 FEET TO SAID
.RIGHT OF WAY LINE:
DWARD A. WILLIAMS, IllTECEN8 1;1W
SANA WI~d AWNALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAY LINE 82.27 FEET TO
HATISCLU MNRGAB THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
GAINST THE HERINU Any person claiming an
AEFMENDDANT(S NHO RAE Interest In the surplus from
~OT KNOWN TO BE the sale,If any, other than
)EAD OR AIVEthe property owner as of
HAEDTHERO SA D the date of the Ils pend-
INKNOWN PARTIES MAY ens, must file a claim
:LAIM AN INTEREST AS within 60 days after the

TES GATESRER 2Da this 20 day of April


EICDA Uf NNe CrultCourt

1EO N OT N ) OSE OPnlCEAa
ECELOSUE SAN AE EBY DaadaateFL334390
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|1100
THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT,
persons with disabilities
needing a special
accommodation should
contact COURT ADMINIS-
TRATION, at the HOLMES
County Courthouse at
8 5 0- 54 7- 11 00,
1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or
1-800-955-8770, via Florida
Relay Service.
As published In the
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser April 29,
& May 6, 2009.
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR
HOLMES COUNTY FLOR-

ICDASE NO. 09-34-PR
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DONNA KAY DHOOGHE
a/k/a DONNA KAY BRY-
ANT,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of DONNA KAY
DHOOGHE a/k/a DONNA
KAY BRYANT deceased,
whose date of death was
March 23, 2009, Is pend-
Ing In the Circuit Court for
HOLMES County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
d~ress of which IsB201 bl
FL 32425. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
Al dc editoran of otthee
persons having claims or
meadedens's estataegans
whom a copy of tis notice
Isrquirdt esre
must file their claims with
t~hi Eou F WITHMNNTH
AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FlHRST PBUCEATIO ORN
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY






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FOREVER BARRED. Wanted To Buy antiques, Yard Sale. Sat, May 2nd,
NOTWITHSTANDING THE colcils od ivr8am-1pm. Multi family.
TIME PERIODS SET dinrae olcinDogwoods Lake Rd. Inside
FORTH ABOVE, ANY panigcl lShitcity lmits. Furniture, II I
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) 850-638-7304 clothes, Jr sizes 5-7, Miss
YEARS OR MORE AFTER sizes, 8-10 and misc. REIESTATE FOR RN
OH DEDECHEDEBNATRSREDATE 6100 m rsngal
The date of first 31 nrael
publication of this notice Is | 3130 | 28 120 GeBarh RE~lal;
April 22, 2009. r. - 1 3130 r onda Tcrnhou~s
TIMOHY WLLS BC Trading Post, LARRY CAGLE 140rio ~ule Re..Ils
Atoreyfr eronl547-9755, Monday, May I o edt
fay, tL3 2e25esoa n 06d n qw eI eb r sdl Isso;nr~ r~"1
PesnlRepresentative cos eupell80-4-13 6100 ~luar~ Aell
24. Eltox pD 15 79 .olfy .eea .e-I 1 .go~ Excui e OIIe 1 :
Coutyame-Adertse Steels Builinges, 3300 Laes 59 tm~se e
Aprl 2, 2, 209.Recss ione Disc. Ac L oving Caegve, 0 \Offc paelor elease
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Dow2ow Aultomotrive re * I IB Apmn ~
FloutlmsAvrid tlena tues Section5 stain resistant,$0.Dll- 40 Hl id
conductised at 7:0m th 85-2-97 norain rr;1 1
2896 Hwyl 81 Noth Ponc or SE I
We willntak any bids room. Seet.o $649. Doea loi Crgv 410 nenicr;:. : nrl;s
above ad e resrv te delver 850-425-8374erences wvilalbehke. eys : E.-l :I l ~ll
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5eve th iho 4al 4dhaelse sn Cxbuines inin Chiple FIt ch p~. l.
850-222-7783. Can del ver 954-862-5917. rmobi lrs
Florida tatutesSection Medical/Health 00. ear .1.:-.lpllnl
71378 Ths alew Qu e eny Plustopattress 41g ?lomBR, I'BA Hos -:I Y
85054-712.atey.For athe P nam Ciy, orIr-:
PodcETS &t ANI0MAL shf available 850
2100 -w 1Nrh Pelse 32 93-40ANUI
211 els: Flreea to55 We Idec #oi 34034945 RG BRIB ~-
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214o-els/Live ese etock Possumr Palace.837 ted en ta ml Heat Fc ilityd. lyu classified~i~~ I: I~
Wanht to ued Call tod reserv your-96. Rn ~~:~i 1:.i l
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Infratind ben call Leamb'su Fleea Market & 85-57-46 APRMN
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sacrifice $99
otheritms.850-63 -06 Towin @eir 116Jcsn R nig % d ,


& Msial ries. Frida and Slastur- 04/2/09 3B BaFrels
Fesia dia00aa50 tman dcetedd 9TP EERM45 XPUAR- 281N: $19/M!5 do il
on thebypass(Mapl Ave- 8 OGE4R A VIN apr. Buy, 4 Br $2 r

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Sat,- May 3230 cone of WasintoCunyew ANNUC1
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MERCHANDIS dayMa 2nd, 2009 7 years exeInclue cessntiag l LINCOLN COUN
a~m.unti, 8 ilesnort of to wbthi s pos itn.Inutrial
I es W~~estville,(fromew.9)exeeneapu.TsStrdy My
Arts & Crafs le south of Nav9Hope lon ufer hig y nlon. Gharner
3140-Baby Gitems tion, we0am7 m offe exelnt grerutonic
nrdl in0 Suppli. e s SaA1 0 LE,2 E Ro 1% 2& LI- te Irgal 4 -7 8 orhea h i T NFIR M e 42 3 ,(
3170 Collectibles 7th Street. Househtold diablty 401k Mandmre) moedtis
r90.0 nics40 goodelm variey rafty supr- shdle-i Can onitener, AUT DC sfed~c
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G sg/Vr Sale uk ges Sa, 85/-2, 8am2m3m-DOAEYOR\
Jcensan girny/otin (Douga Fer Rd, t terlu BREASTe CANCE!

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Headliners and Vinyl
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workplace.Reasonable
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and auto carpeting. Free
esaunatees. ealany im
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Colonial Life seeks licensed Life &
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|6140 |6140 |6170 117100 |1 7180 |8110 |1 8160 |1 8210 |8340
3BR/1BA Farm House in For Rent: 4BR/2BA Brick For Rent3 BR, 2BA Dou-
the country near Vernon, home, North Hwy. 79 blewide. In Bonifay. No 32'x52' block building 2004 Kawasaki KLR 650, 14 foot thick aluminum 36 foot Damon Intruder
FL.Freegarbage&Iawn Bonifay. $750.00 month Pets, Call cell # For Sale.3BR/2BAHome. with tin roof, 15'x50 frame 2002 Hyundai Sonata 5mlsda-ups. v-bowboat. Holdsupto25 Iow miles, many extras,
care. $600 month, $300 plus $500.00 deposit. 850-373-8938 Large lot, In Chipley City building on back of shop Warranty, full power, re- $3k firm. Call 260-2813 HP motor Good condition, original cost. $203,000.
deposit. 535-0368. 850-527-3028 Ilmits. $50,000. Call Kevin with '/ acre land. Located mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM bfr p. eync $350.00. 850-548-5555 or now $30,000. due to Il-
For Rent. Nice 3BR/2 Full @ 850-251-6550. Will on Son-In-Law Rd. CD, V6, auto. Blue. bike leave message ness. 850-849-5068 or
3BR/1BA Home in Bonifay Looking for House In Baths. Nice yard, all elec- show by appt. Only. $40 000. 850-768-0165 Replaced transmission & 850-535-2680
for rent. $550 a month, foreclosure to rent or own. tric. No pets. Just off Brick- timing belt. $6,500. Terrific
$400 security. Call Must be In city lmits of yard Rd, Chipley. by.5-3-62
850-547-1001. Bonifay. Call 850-333-8503 638-4630or 638-1434. FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki 2002 Polar 17ft, FG, CC 19 7THldyRm
3BR/2BA Large Country VATn~~mnsMn For Rent: 3BR/2BA mobileGSR-0n rm tsBam vahrpheoprIeee
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3BR/1BnA Counry Home 20 tloobile Hom go tM Rn air $8C ercial 26 o -0 ICosC untr G.M. 32 *4,99. $5,0
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Nice 2BR MH.o CH/A, utlt IgFr oeInocllMl 81 ArrftAitin a 2 500 0 194 oyta Trck 8 FrdPrbe Lok
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ok.8-09 $375 amont plusde
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national origin lmts.Smkereenl or an Inten- 7140 Farms & RanchesChvy~2on4 D. ~ ~ ~ ,'""'$150 B ATHO
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