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Wednesday, MAY 6, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com Vol ume 119, N um be r 4 50(


MISS HOLMES COUNTY PEANUT
Future Little
Miss Montana
Maggard, Little
Miss Reanne
I ~jsMosser, Junior
Miss Keltcee
: Berry and Miss
iyr Britney English
were crowned
Saturday at the
Miss Holmes
County Peanut
pageant. More
-'f coverage
. On Pages 8,
p. 0 9A and at
bonifaynow
com
JAY FELSBERG | Holmes CountyTimes-Advertiser


H01mes countyy district pleased with FMA writing scores


L.Ocal Owners, Local Management, Local Decisions


'Into the Woods' at H {HS
Homes County High School Drama
will present the musical Into the
Woods on Thursday May 7, Friday
May 8, Monday May I I, and Tuesday
May I2 at the HCHS auditorium
beginning at 7 p.m.
See Extra, Page B5.


creased to 4.0; for grade
8 increased to 4.3, with a
slight decrease for grade
10 to 3.8, as compared
to last year. Additionally,
the percent of students
scoring 3.5 or above on
the essay increased to
85 percent for grade 4, 90
percent for grade 8, and a
slight decline in grade 10
to 77 percent when com-
pared to the 2008 scores.
Holmes and Washing-
ton scores at bonifaynow.
com.

Holmes County
FCAT Writin S oe
Grade 4
State mean score
Combined: 4.0
Percent combined 3.5
or better (possible 6.0): 85
percent
Percent combined 4.0
or better: 73 percent

Holmes County
Poplar Springs: 3.6
combined; 3.5 or better 75


percent, 4.0 or better 50
percent
Bethlehem: 3.6 com-
bined; 3.5 or better 95
percent, 4.0 or better 92
percent
Ponce de Leon: 3.6
combined; 3.5 or better 76
percent, 4.0 or better 57
percent
Bonifay: 4.0; 3.5 com-
bined or better 83 percent,
4.0 or better 75 percent

Grade 8
State mean score
Combined: 4.3
Percent combined 3.5
or better (possible 6.0): 90
percent
Percent combined 4.0
or better: 80 percent
Holmes County
Poplar Springs: 3.8
combined; 3.5 or better 74
percent, 4.0 or better 52
percent
Bethlehem: 4.2 com-
bined; 3.5 or better 94
percent, 4.0 or better 83
percent
Ponce de Leon: 3.7


combined; 3.5 or better 70
percent, 4.0 or better 57
percent
Bonifay: 4.4; 3.5 com-
bined or better 95 percent,
4.0 or better 86 percent

Grade 10
State mean score
Combined: 3.8
Percent combined 3.5
or better (possible 6.0): 77
percent
Percent combined 4.0
or better: 60 percent

Holmes County
Poplar Springs: 3.8
combined; 3.5 or better 71
percent, 4.0 or better 50
percent
Bethlehem: 3.7 com-
blned; 3.5 or better 77
percent, 4.0 or better 60
percent
Ponce de Leon: 3.2
combined; 3.5 or better 48
percent, 4.0 or better 28
percent
Bonifay: 4.4; 3.7 com-
bined or better 69 percent,
4.0 or better 58 percent.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY The Holmes
County School district
likes what it sees overall
with the recently released
FCAT writing scores.
"We're very pleased,"
said Administrator of
Curriculum Instruction
Sherry Brooks, noting
Improvement in several
areas.
"The need for solid
writing skills demon-
strates itself throughout
our lives and is absolutely
essential for the prosper-
ity of our children," said
Commissioner of Educa-
tion Dr. Eric. J. Smith. I
commend our teachers
for their great work in
making writing a priority
and look forward to con-
tinued improvements in
years to come."
In looking at the state
statistics, the average es-
say score for grade 4 in-


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Health Fair 2009
BONIFAY -The
Holmes Council on
Aging annual Health Fair
is scheduled for May
15 starting at 9 a.m. in
the Holmes County Ag
Center on Hwy 90 in
Bonifay.
There will be
door prizes, local
entertainment, arts
and crafts, cake walks'
vendor booths and
much more.A meal
will be provided free of
charge for participants
age 60 and over and
booth vendors.

H {HS heads
forward in the

Itayoffs
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
alelsberg@chipleypaper.com

MARIANNA -The
Holmes County Blue
Devils took another
step in the state playoffs
by defeating Chipley and
Marianna to capture the
Class 3A District 2 title.
The Blue Devils
started off beating
Chipley 7-3 as Jesse
Gavin went the distance
Over seven Innings,
scattering eight hits.
Gavin helped his own
cause with a three-run
double. Cole Long hit a
triple and Aaron Mollet
had an RBI single.
Holmes County
toktdhef grnh t
Marianna I 9-4, with Will
Thompson getting the
win. Mollet worked two
innings.
Mollet was also 3-
3 scoring four runs
and driving in five RBl.
Clayton French was 4-
4 with six RBI,Jeremy
McGowan was 3-5 and
scored four runs. Gavin
drove in two runs with
two sacrifice flies, jomar
Concepcion was 2-4 and
Cole Long hit an RBI
single.
Holmes County (22-
6) hosted Northside
Bratt (14-10)Tuesday
night. Marianna (13-10)
went on the road to
Pensacola Catholic (24-

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BONIFAY The Holmes
County Board of County Com-
missioners will not renew the
annual contract of its first-
ever County Administrator,
Greg Wood, after two years
of service. Wood received
word that he would not be re-
newed at the Board's regular
meeting 'lI~esday night. His
contract will end May 21. The
county administrator's ordi-
nance and contract will be
subject of a BOCC workshop
at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Wood presented his an-
nual report and claimed a
number of accomplishments,
including seeking a Broad-
band communications grant,
seeking an energy efficiency
block grant, doing union nego-
tiations by himself and saving
the county money, writing or-
dinances himself and saving
more money, getting certified
to run the mosquito program,
the SHIP program, and work-
ing on grants for the library,
paying Lake Victor Road, and
grants under the Stafford Act
that could bring in as much as
$1.4 million.
Wood also said he would
waive his two percent pay
raise due to the economic con-
ditions. He also said he has no
income other than this job.
County Attorney Brandon
Young and some commission-
ers expressed concern over
terms of Wood's contract, in-
cluding severance pay lead-
ing to considerable discussion
about what sort of contract
would be offered to Wood or
anyone that applied for the
position.
Wood asked the Board to
give him some reassurance
that he would be rehired. He
noted that he and his family
planned to make a life and to
retire in the county. Wood also
said he needed to know if he
would be rehired so he could
clear up any loose ends before
hs vral ete le spoke
strongly on Wood's behalf.
Benny Little said he told
Wood that, "he had better
be one tough dude" to take
the administrator's position.
"People don't like accountabil-
ity and Mr. Wood introduced
some accountability," Little
said. Little also noted that
Wood hired the best qualified
person to run the ambulance
service and worked in Talla-
hassee and with regional or-
ganizations to get things done
for the county.
Ryan Hills said that it was
"unfair" not to tell Wood what
the Board's plans for him
were. Hills also praised Wood
for holding people account-
able and as a man of integrity.
The decision you make about
Mr. Wood will have ramifica-
tions on future candidates."
"You owe it to Mr. Wood,"
said county employee Eddie
Whitehurst. Whitehurst cred-
ited Wood as a person that got
answers and got grants for
the county. "It's not time to
bail out," Whitehurst said.

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John Brickner, 39,
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for Orange County.
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Lisa Dearman, 44,
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Wednesday, May 6, 2009


A4 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser


The decision (or refusal,
takce your pickc) of the
Holmes County Board of
County Commissioners
not to renew County
Administrator Greg Wood's
contract drew one ~of he
largest number ofresponses
ever Here are some ofthe
more recent. More online
at boniffaynow~com

County giant- I will NOT
give you a break. Mr. Wood
has been treated shamefully
and disgracefully.
Everyone is accountable,
EVERYONE including
the commissioners and
THEY are going to be held
accountable on voting day if
not before then. For too long
the commissioners of this
county have not been held
accountable and they hate
like poison having to be now.
They COULDN'T come up
with anything to show that
he was derelict in his duties
for crying out loud! Here's
someone with knowledge
on how to help this county
get out of the dark ages it's
been stuck it and people
Hike yo want to do nothing

he's not like YOU or any
of your cronies. Those
commissioners couldn't see
past the end of their noses,
much less see what the
citizens see.
intelligent design?

For the county grammar
police, I would encourage
you to read your own
post for grammar. Mine
does, however, have two
misspellings, that is not
grammar errors. As for Mr.
intelligent, give us a break.
Mr. Wood's services are just
not needed. Accountability
exists and we have a
great group of County
employees. I too would like
to see more citizens attend
THEIR meetings and you
will see the oversight our
Commission has without
Mr. Wood's input. It's just
a good way for this County
to move forward. Good
job Commission! Finally
listening to what the
citizens see.


about that AND several
other items of interest that
this was a drama and witch-
hunt that was instigated
by those whom you seek to
defend. The commissioners
couldn't bring up or wouldn't
bring up anything that Mr.
Wood had done wrong.
I believe that's because
there's NOTHING to
bring up. They just don't
like ACCOUNTABILITY!
Because that's the way it's
always been and to their
thinking that way works
best for them!
intelligent design?

County giant, I hope
your sorry !@#$ isn't
sending messages on
county time and from a
county computer. Too bad
we can't get articulate
employees that can write
complete, grammatically
correct sentences. Witch-
hunt? It is witches doing
the hunt though.
county voter

Mr. Wood's services are
just not needed. No witch
hun n ddaa Slry to
save money and put better
management in place.
Look at the fool Wood put
at the ambulance. The
negotiations with unions?,
you have to be kidding.
As for Mr. Wood retiring,
retire down south were
you come from.
County giant

Everybody needs to
make sure they start
attending the regular
meetings. SOMETIMES
they may have a meeting
in the morning hours. Be
vigilant, make sure you
get the correct meeting
times. They may try to pull
a fast one on us by slipping
something in during a
morning meeting.
intelligent design?

Is it possible to
petition for a "Recall" on
the commissioners? Or
perhaps Impeachment?
intelligent design?


I play hearts online. While
I play, I chat with the other
players. More than once,
when the other players have
learned I'm from Texas, the
next question has been "Are
you a cowboy?" People do not
understand Texas.
Recently I read an essay ONIE '
by Andrei Codrescu, a voice Andrew
on National Public Radio.
He wrote that Texans know
nothing about magic. But he lives
and breathes Louisiana. What does
he know about Texas magic? Texas
is shrouded in mystique. Something
special. Different. Magic abounds
here.
Texas has natural magic: rugged
mountains, grassy plains, dense
piney woods, arid desert and a salty
coast. Pecan groves near El Paso,
apple orchards in Medina, lost maple
trees in the hill country, citrus in
the Valley. Texas boasts Big Bend
National Park and the dark green
waters of the Pecos River. Texas
owns the rights to the greatest
natural air show around, the annual
bird and butterfly migration.
Texas has fun magic. Here we


can fish and sail and tan
and relax at our beaches
from Brownsville to
Beaumont. Two Gallerias,
the Arboretum, the
Colonnade, Prime Outlets
and Tanger Outlets, and
Nuevo Progresso offer a
wide range of shopping.
Canyon is home to an
incredible amphitheatre. And
amusement parks? Fiesta


than any other territory in the history
of the U.S. We put the destiny in
Manifest Destiny. Oh, and remember
the Alamo?
Texas has sports and technology
magic. We claim the several-time
NBA Champions, the San Antonio
Spurs. Super Bowl Champions
Dallas Cowboys are also ours
(although one could argue they're
part of Texas's history magic).
The best highways in America
traverse Texas, connecting NASA
with windblown Sanderson. Can
you imagine Kevin Bacon saying,
"Minneapolis, we have a problem"?
I think Mr. Andrei Codrescu
just had a bad case of sour grapes
when he said Texas knows nothing
about magic. The last time he tried
to enter Texas, he was stopped at
the border and asked to present his
passport.
After all, Texas is a whole anotherr
country.

Andrew Hollinger is the author
of "One Word" and the co-author
oflNKSTAIN, available on i~unes.
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Texas, SeaWorld, Six Flags, and
Schlitterbahn top the list.
Texas has people magic. Only
in Texas will anyone find cowboys
and businessmen, cowboys that
are businessmen, and everyone in
between. We sport every fashion
from Austin's ultra-chic to South
Padre Island's beach bum. We've got
"Howdy!" and the world's friendliest
university, Texas A&M.
Texas has history magic. Our
Lone Star State has witnessed six
different flags. "Honor the Texas
Flag. I pledge allegiance to thee,
Texas, one and indivisible." That's
the pledge to the Texas flag. Does
any other state have a pledge? Texas
succeeded at going it alone longer


Ideas do have
consequences, and
this is quite evident
with the current
administration's
adoption of what s
has been labeled
- or mislabeled
- "libertarian TIBOR I
paternalism." Guest c
Two political
economists, Richard
Thaler and Cass Sunstein,
proposed the notion that
what government should
do is not intervene in the
market forcefully, the way
champions of the New
Deal would advocate, but
by establishing incentives
that would nudge people
to do the right thing. (This
approach is nicely laid out
in Franklin Foer and Noam
Scheiber, "Nudge-ocracy,"
The New Republic, May 6,
2009.)
The approach
favored by Thaler and
Sunstein is one that is
gaining much respect
from center-left liberals
because it avoids the
failed and not too popular
policies of aggressive
interventionism, the
sort that in fact had a
lot to do with America's
current economic mess.
(It involved, for example,


requiring mortgage
Providers to offer
very low rates,
ones that would
never have been
possible in a
S/ bona fide market
economy.) Not ever
ACHAN wishing to give up
lumnist on the policy of
messing with the
market instead of leaving
it to its own resources,
left-of-center liberals
are happy to embrace
nudge-ocracy since it
keeps a bunch of conceited
technocrats in charge of
society. And here is where
the problem lies.
Thaler, Sunstein, Foer,
and Scheiber simply ignore
one of the most important
insights of modern
economics, namely public
choice theory. Advocates
of nudge-ocracy divide the
country into two groups
economic market agents
whose judgments they do
not trust because they are
supposedly baffled by the
myriad choices available
to them, versus the
politicians and bureaucrats
in Washington and
other corridors of power
who have the benefit of
superior wisdom, foresight,
prudence, and even


omniscience with which to
manage the economy.
But as public choice
theory shows, first and
foremost these politicians
and bureaucrats are
not disinterested,
neutral parties, but have
agendas of their own.
Filrthermore, considering
how difficult it is to know
just what objectives
should be pursued by the
government, there is the
additional problem that
partisan, biased regulators
(or nudge-ocrats) cannot
help advance their own
priorities.
Just consider how
difficult it is to know all
the details of the public
interest. Interventionists
suffer from the conceit
that they know what
people ought to choose
and proceed to set up their
structure of incentives
accordingly. But this is
a fatal conceit, as E. A.
Hayek so aptly described
it these folks do not
know how people should
choose; they only imagine
they know. They have all
kinds of nifty ideas of what
sort of insurance programs
are best for us all, what
retirements programs
workers should sign up


for, whether people should
save or spend money, etc..
The nudge-ocrats make no
secret of their confidence
that they know it all. But
this confidence is entirely
unjustified. The problem
is that since they do not
know what is best for
us all, when they make
general policy, they cannot
get it right. There is simply
no way to get it right for
millions of people with
their varied priorities and
opportunities.
But the nudge-ocrats
insist that they do know
it and proceed to forge
elaborate schemes to steer
us in the direction they
believe we all ought to aim
for. Since, first of all, this is
a myth and, second, they
have goals of their own
which they mistake for the
goals of those whom they
propose to nudge, they will
mostly foul things up.
With just a bit of
attention to Hayek's thesis
of the fatal conceit and
the 'lI~llock-Buchanan's
thesis of public choice,
the error of nudge-
ocracy could become
evident. But the conceit
prevents these folks from
even considering these
obstacles to their outlook.


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some of the highest paid
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unny you Yes they are some of the
y one to highest paid in the state. We
lance need to support Mr. Woods
That this to make sure OUR money
and WITCH is spent on projects for the
red bya county instead of going into
idual who the hands of the District
someone Kings. Just when I thought
ear to them we were coming out of the
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By THOMAS J. LUCENTE Jr.
The Lima News

LIMA, Ohio The ability of human
beings to overreact never ceases to
amaze me.
Of course, I am referring to the
unwarranted and silly reactions to
the swine flu outbreak.
People, get a grip!
Seriously.
This minor outbreak has the
Egyptian government slaughtering
hundreds of thousands of pigs, even
though no cases of swine flu have
been reported there. Othrcutre,
such as China, Russia and Indonesia,
have banned the importation of pork
products, despite the fact that you
cannot catch the flu from bacon, pork
or any other food product. Schools
are closing their doors, and President
Barack Obama has suggested
closing more schools. People are
wearing silly masks, which health
officials have repeatedly said offer no
protection against the swine flu.
Moreover, on Thursday, the
buffoon occupying the Admiral's
House, Vice President Joe Biden
well known for his gaffes, told a
national television audience that he
was urging his own family to stay
off commercial airliners and out
of subways for fear of catching the
swine flu. An apology from the White
House quickly followed.
Scientists studying this flu have
said it is milder than your typical
flu strain. You have more danger of
dying from a run-of-the-mill flu bug
than you do this swine flu.
Swine flu aside, influenza kills
tens of thousands of Americans
every year and hundreds of
thousands of people worldwide. In
the U.S., between 5 percent and
20 percent of the population becomes


ill every year and 36,000 people die
- a mortality rate of between
0.24 percent and 0.96 percent.
Yet, as I write this, the only swine
flu fatality in the U.S. was a toddler
visiting from Mexico.
The Los Angeles Times reported
Thursday that Dirk Brockmann, a
professor of engineering and applied
mathematics at Northwestern
University in Evanston, Ill., used a
computer model of human travel
patterns to predict how this swine flu
virus would spread in the worst-case
scenario, in which nothing is done to
contain the disease.
After four weeks, almost 1,700
people in the U.S. would have
symptoms, according to his model,
the newspaper reported. That is just
a fraction of the country's millions of
yearly flu victims.
Still, that has not stopped the
opportunistic administration of
President Barack Obama to use the
crisis to further his fascistic social
agenda. Obama has requested
$1.5 billion to fight a disease that has
killed precisely one person in this
country. That's $1.5 billion.
To put that in perspective, during
the swine flu outbreak in 1976,
President Gerald Ford launched
an ambitious program to inoculate
every American against the disease
after the death of a soldier at Fort
Dix, N.J. The program only cost
about $500 million in today's money.
Obama wants three times as much.
Ford's program, by the way, ended
when it turned out the inoculation
was more dangerous than the swine
flu. That is what happens when
government tries to do good. Some
30 people died from the shot by time
Ford halted the program and the
pandemic never materialized.
Moreover, where is the


avian flu pandemic government
scaremongers have been warning us
about for nearly the last decade?
Still, as Obama's chief of staff,
Rahm Emmanuel, once infamously
quipped, "You don't ever want
a crisis to go to waste; it's an
opportunity to do important things
that you would otherwise avoid."
That is the same sentiment
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has
expressed concerning global climate
change and it seems to be the mantra
of the Obama administration. The
president is using every single crisis
that presents itself, real or imagined,
as an excuse to further reach
government's tyrannical tentacles
into every aspect of our lives.
It is quite sickening, actually,
and much more dangerous than the
swine flu.
There are certainly larger threats
to public health than this swine flu,
yet there does not seem to be the
same sense of urgency.
Unfortunately, instead of
shedding light on the situation and
informing the public in a sane and
rational matter, the U.S. media are
part of the scaremongering problem.
That leads me to the real fear that
if the media are no longer serving as
a legitimate check on government,
tyranny is sure to follow.

Thomas J. Lucente Jr is a
columnist with The Lima (Ohio)
News, a Freedom Communications
newspaper. He is also a veteran of
the Iraq war and a law student at
the University of'lbledo in 'lbledo,
Ohio. Visit his blog at http://www.
lucente.org. Readers may write to
him at The Lima News, 3515 Elida
Road, Lima, Ohio 45807-1538, or
tlucenteelimanews.com. His phone
number is 800-686-9924, ext. 2095.


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If you've traveled
anywhere recently along
major highways, you must
have noticed the beautiful
wild flowers in bloom.
I have always wanted
to go and see the Texas
Bluebonnets, but never
have. Florida has any
number of specimens that
are perhaps not as showy,
but just as beautiful.
Returning from
Dothan the other
day, I was impressed
with the beauty of
the blue flowers
along the roadside. C
The lacy blue weeds >
and tall, deep-blue
pesky spiderwort, HAPPI
combined with the Hazel
wild verbena are
a beautiful display
along with the spring
greens everywhere.
Another mass of blue
flowers are the wild lupine
growing along Hwy 77 in
the sand hills. They are not
making the show this year
that I have seen in previous
years.
A recent trip to
Gainesville showed us a
colorful display of wild
phlox, wild verbena and
Florida's state wildflower,
coreopsis. Its bright yellow
dark centered blooms come
in many varieties of what
we always called black-eyed
Susans and they bloom
in every part of the state
especially in the spring
and in the fall. Interstate
75, between I-10 and
Gainesville, is a sight with


the combination of light and
dark pink phlox combined
with the purple verbena
and highlighted in places
with the yellow coreopsis.
Often the color extends into
nearby fields.
It is easy to see why
Juan Ponce de Leon called
our state Florida meaning
land of flowers.
Today with highways
and development,
the highway
department plants
some of the wild
flowers, but we
S in the rural areas
can enjoy them
still growing in the
Y CORNIER woods. My sister,
Wells Tison Muriel'lIrner,
is somewhat
of an expert on
wild flowers and just
finished her certification
as a University of Florida
Master Garden. Our dad
told her that where most
people see weeds she sees
flowers.
Perhaps we got our love
of flowers from Grandma
Wells, though by the
time Muriel and Gail, my
younger sisters, came along
Grandma did not have the
yard full of flowers she had
when we older ones came
along. My brother, Clyde,
also gained a love of flowers
from Grandma, with whom
he spent a lot of time. He
grew roses and belonged to
the rose society. My mother-
in-law, Pearl Meeker Tison,
loved flowers and loved to
propagate them.


In their day, the only
way to have flowers was
to get cuttings or seeds
from others and grow your
own. Many farmsteads had
old tires used for planters
holding beds of verbena
gracing the clean swept
yards. This was done with
brush brooms made from
gallberry branches tied
together and allowed to dry.
The main purpose was to
prevent woods fires from
spreading to the home.
However, it would have
been difficult to grow grass
due to chickens having the
run of the yard. Grandma
had bantam chickens in the
yard, but they didn't scratch
up her flowers as the white
Leghorns that were kept
in a fenced chicken yard
would have done. I can
still picture her yard with
the walk from the front
gate lined with periwinkles
which she called penny
winkles. The planter boxes
along the steps held what
she called touch-me-nots
because when you touched
the bloom it closed. Only
footpaths led to the rear
of the place on either
side. The remainder was
a jumble of her penny
winkles, black-eyed Susans,
zinnias, and marigolds.
Beside the front porch
was her gigantic blazing
star, which we now know
as hibiscus. She also had
a patch of asparagus fern
growing there. Over the
bathroom window (no
indoor plumbing) was a


trellis where her Mother's
Day roses grew. These may
be called seven sisters, but
we called them Mother's
Day roses because they
were always in bloom on
that special day.We might
wear one to New Effort
to the sing. She also had
several varieties of old-
fashioned tea roses. In
her front and side yard,
she might also have had a
gladiola or two springing
up. She might even let us
use them with some of the
fern for a corsage.
The back yard, except
for a patch of ornamental
cane, was reserved for the
real garden, the vegetables
and the strawberry patch,
though wisteria grew in
the magnolias bordering
the yard. There were also
gigantic bamboo plants
used for windbreaks on
both sides of the yard. Clyde
and Max tried to make
fishing poles of them, but
it was hard to dry them
straight enough for that.
Today, we can spend
many dollars to have a
beautiful flower garden,
but nothing can compare
with the beauty and the
fragrance of Grandma's.
What a privilege it was
to walk with her as she
carried her "foot tub"
and dipper and gave her
precious jewels a drink on
late summer afternoons.
"From the heart of a
godly grandmother, Living
water flows, Refreshing the
family."


From the left are Mark Bateman, 1 SG (RET) Randy
Burlew, and LTC (RET) John Gross at the annual
JROTC awards banquet.




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BONIFAY April 24, the
JROTC program at Hol-
mes County High School
hosted their 24th annual
awards banquet. Mark
Bateman, along with his
wife, Jene, drove in from
Hobbs, N.M. to donate an
extraordinary barbeque
meal for the banquet.
Mark Bateman, a suc-
cessful ex-oil rig worker
has successfully turned his
daily duties into doing what
he likes to do best, cook
barbecue. He has been
invited to and competed
in, the National Barbeque
Cook-off on two different
occasions.
Mark lit his barbeque
pit Friday morning at 5:30
a.m. While the aroma of
fresh pulled pork filled
the air around the school
grounds, Batemn was in-
vited into the classroom
where he gave a block of


instructions on discipline.
The cadets got to learn
the difference between
grilling and barbequing.
Friends and family mem-
hers of the cadets as well
as the cadets themselves
(approximately 197 hungry
people) were treated to a
fine barbeque meal this
evening.
The Holmes County
High School JROTC Pro-
gram expressed their ap-
preciation for Mark and
Jene Bateman's outstand-
ing support during the
annual JROTC awards
banquet. 1SG Burlew per-
sonally thanked Bateman.
"Mr. Bateman's selfless
dedication to prepare and
donate a superb barbecue
meal to the JROTC pro-
gram, directly contributed
to a very successful 24th
annual awards banquet,"
said Burlew.


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PONCE DE LEON "In a
regular classroom setting
a child is in a stationary
position and told to remain
still and listen," said Donna
Wissinger, performer for
Actz Out Loud, a duo per-
forming the History of the
American Revolution at
Ponce de Leon Elementary
School on April 23. "We want
to bring life to facts, have the
students participate and re-
ally get them into learning
by making it interactive."
Chipola College, Chipola
Regional Fine Arts Associa-
tion, Chipola Regional Arts
Association and various
other private patrons who
want to bring art back into
education sponsored the
members of Actz Out Loud,
Wissinger and Joy Myers.
"The arts are such a
powewfu si l ein e uaio,
ing that leaders of the com-
mnisy have founded twit i
tiative to bring and keep the
arts alive."

ersw sep te fodrth My-
fithhgrald h onsta tl
of two musicians in George
Washington's army.
"Musicians were very
important to the army be-
cause that was how they
communicated with one
another," said Wissinger to
the children. "And commu-
nication is the key to any
successful operation."
The main theme was
History being a connection
of words "his" and "story."
"History is his story and
her story and it will help you
in writing your story," said
Wissinger. "And your story
will be called L-I-F-E, the
story of your life."
They went over interest-
ing facts of the American
Revolution, such as the
meaning of the song Yankee
Doodle.
"Yankee was a deroga-
tory term to make fun of,


an outstanding leader was
when the battle was won
and the colonists wanted
to 'talk smack' to the looser
British, Washington put a
stop to it,
"Remember that we are
to be leaders of a free and
just world," said Myers as
she imitated Washington.
"We must show that we
have the integrity to do
what's right."
The next lesson to learn
from Washington was to
never give up, because it
was his selfless determina-
tion that endowed us with
the freedom to life, liberty
and the pursuit of happi-
ness, Wissinger explained.
"And John Hancock
showed us that our names
mean something, that's
why his name was written
so large that even the king
with his bad eyes could
see," she said. "So remem-
ber that when you sign your
name ony r hmmwr
something and the only one
who can hold you back is
you efsaid that bringing
history alive and interactive
for the children would leave
a lastingnimpre hildre

come in and eventually
will warm up and get into
it," Wissinger said. "I know
they'll never forget how
they got to play the part of
a king or a soldier and feel
as though they were a part
of history."
Wissinger explained that
children need a release and
need to feel that they are in-
volved.
"If you want kids to get
into what they're learning,
my philosophy is that they
literally get into a role," she
said. "Teachers don't have
to be all that talented to get
students involved because
children are already so very
imaginative on their own
and the extra effort will take
you farther than you could
ever imagine."
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SUBMITTED PHOTOS|ISpecial to the Times-Advertiser
Student role playing was an important part of the
presentation.


Donna Wissinger and Joy Myers are performers
for Actz Out Loud, a duo that performed the history
of the American Revolution at Ponce de Leon
Elementary School recently.


not those from the north but
for all of those living in the
13 colonies," she said.
The reference to sticking
a feather in the hat and call-
ing it macaroni was about
the low class colonists pre-
tending to be military mate-
rial.
They explained that in
the British army only the
rich could be placed into the
military and the ornament
on their uniform to show
that they were military was
called macaroni.
"What started out as
a song making fun of the
colonists, turned out to be
a song that reminded them
what they were fighting for,"
she said.
They went over such bat-
tles as the Battle of Lexing-
ton, the Battle of Saratoga,
the Battle of Valley Forge,
the Battle of Cowpens and


the Siege and Surrender of
Yorktown.
"George Washington set
an awesome example for
what a leader should be,
showing the world that if
you do the right thing and
stick by it, people will fol-
low," she said.
She gave an example
of what the victory over
the British would be like in
comparison to the here and
now.
"Imagine that the Pitts-
burg Steelers came here
to play against the Ponce
de Leon Pirates," she said
watching the children's re-
actions. "Now imagine what
it'd be like if the Ponce de
Leon Pirates won against
the Pittsburg Steelers and
this is the insurmountable
odds that we've overcome.
Another trait Washing-
ton had that showed he was


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morns who take great care of their
children and families.
Your corniitinent, hard work and love
make the world and our corniunity
a better place.

May God Bless You!



First Baptist Church

311 N. Waukesha St., Bonifay, FL 547-2420


OnMy3aon
9:50 p.m. a two-vehicle
accident on I-10 at
mile marker 159, near
Sneads in Jackson
County left one man
dead and two people se-
riously injured.
According to the
Highway Patrol Re-
port Ronald Platt, 28, of
Sarasota was traveling
westbound very slow-
ly or had stopped his
BMW in the left hand
lane. According to a
witness the vehicle did
not have any lights on.


a 2005 Chrysler, driven
by Daniel Montgomery,
69, of St. Petersburg
failed to see the BMW
in time to avoid a colli-
sion. Montgomery and
an unknown female of
St. Petersburg were se-
riously injured and tak-
en to Jackson Hospital.
Platt was taken to
Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital where he later
died as a result of his
injuries. Investigating
officer was Trooper Ed-
die Elmore.


Shelly Chandler, Pastof
David Lauen, Associate Pastor, Minister of MUSIC
Doug Hemanes, Associate Pastor, Youth Minister
Jeep Sullivan, Associate Pastor, Senior Adult & Men's Minister
Ashley Unzicker, Children's Minister


Monday, May 4, a Disas-
ter Recovery Center (DRCs)
opened to help Floridians re-
cover from severe storms and
flooding that began March 26.
Federal and state disaster-
recovery representatives are
currently meeting one-on-one
to speed the recovery process
at DRCs across the 14 disas-
ter-designated counties.
WALTON COUNTY
Walton County 'Itaining
Bldg., 552 Walton Road in De
Rmniak Springs, FL 32433.
HOLM/ES COUNTY
New Hope Vol. Fire Dept.,
1243 Hwy. 179-A, Westville, FL
32464
WASHINGTON COUNTY
Wausau City Hall, 1607 Sec-
ond Ave., Wausau, FL 32463
DRCs are open from 8a.m.
to 6 p.m. seven days a week un-
til further notice.
Storm survivors who visit
the centers may apply for as-
sistance, check the status of
an existing Federal Emer-
gency Management Agency
(FEMA) application and get
additional information about
resources available to eligible
applicants. The centers are
staffed with specialists from
FEMA, the State Emergency
Response Team (SERT), the
U.S. Small Business Adminis-
tration (SBA) and a variety of
disaster-recovery representa-
tiVes from local and voluntary
agenCIeS. They have access to
important resources and can
help individuals on the road to

COUntieS in Which ap-
plicants may be eligible for
Individual Assistance from
FEMA include: Calhoun, Di-
Xie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Hol-
meS, Jackson, Lafayette, Lib-
erty, Madison, Okaloosa, Santa
Rosa, Suwannee, Walton and
Washington counties. Visiting
a DRC is not mandatory, but
those wishing to do so may go
to any center for help.


It is recommended that
homeowners and renters reg-
ister before visiting a DRC.
This can be done online at
www.disasterassistance.gov,
or by calling FEMA's toll-fr~ee
registration and Helpline at 1-
800-621-FEMA (3362), or TTY
800-462-7585 for those with a
speech- or hearing-impair-
ment. Multilingual operators
are available. Representatives
will provide assistance from 7
a.m to 10 p.m. local time, seven
days a week until further no-
tice.
Registering for assistance
from the American Red Cross
is different than registering
with FEMA, so those seeking
FEMA assistance must call
the toll-free telephone num-
ber, go tothe Web site or visit
a DRC.
The SBAoffers low-interest
disaster loans to homeowners'
renters, businesses of all sizes
and certain private non-profit
organizations. These loans are
to repair or replace homes'
businesses and personal prop-
erty not covered by insurance
and damaged by the severe
storms in Florida.
SBA representatives will be
on hand at the DRCs to meet
with individuals and business
owners to answer any ques-
tions about SBA's disaster loan
program, help them complete
their SBA disaster loan appli-
cation and accept completed
applications.

DRC Ihud Ia te BTA Csa
tomer Service Center from
8 a.m. to 9 p.m. EDT Monday
through Friday and 9 a.m. to
9 p.m. EDT Saturday toll-fr~ee
at 800-659-2955 for information
and assistance or visit the SBA
website at www.sba.gov.
Those affected by the di-
saster may apply for disaster
loans from SBA's web site at
https :/disasterloan. sba.gov/
ela.


where the driver has
a view of approaching
traffic on the intersect-
ing roadway before en-
tering the intersection.
"After having
stopped, the driver shall
yield the right-of-way to
any vehicle which has
entered the intersection
from another highway
or which is approaching
so closely on said high-
way as to constitute an
immediate hazard dur-
ing the time when the
driver is moving across
or within the intersec-

tio H. Lee, 45, of Ft.
Walton Beach was killed
in the wreck at the in-
tersection of US 98 and
Geronimo Avenue at
about 5:30 p.m. He was
pronounced dead at the
scene. His passenger,
Young S. Kwon, 36, of Ft.
Walton Beach, was seri-
ously injured and was
taken to Sacred Heart
Medical Center.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipl yaer.com

FT. WALTON BEACH A
Westville woman in-
volved in a fatal wreck
in Ft. Walton on March
2 has been charged.
The information was re-
leased Tuesday by the
Florida Highway Patrol.
FHP re orts that
Holly Amber Blaine, 36,
is charged with a viola-
tion of Florida Statute
316.123.2a, which states:
"Except when directed
top edr cyacpolice
signal, every driver of
a vehicle approaching
a stop intersection in-
dicated by a stop sign
shall stop at a clearly
marked stop line, but if
none, before entering
the crosswalk on the
near side of the inter-
section or, if none, then
at the point nearest the
intersecting roadway


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BONIFAY Holmes
County High School is
planning for the upcoming
visit of Alex Flinn, awarded
young adult author, on Fri-
day, May 8. While at HCHS,
she will be conducting
reading workshops with
the students of the reading
classes in grades 9 through
12 and be available to do
book signing.
haShe tie n v ora ao g
adult novels.
The school would like to
be able to help provide each
student who would like one
with a book for her to auto-
graph. The cost is about $8


per book. If you would like
to donate, contact Maelynn
Hatfield from 9a.m. tonoon
at 547-9000. You also can
drop a donation off at the
school office or mail to: 825
Hwwy 90 West, Bonifay, FL
32425. Please put to atten-
tion: Literacy Flind.
In addition, a book fair
provided by Books Unlimit-
ed from Panama City will be
le ampus.hAnyon omdln b
just those of Alex Flinn's.
The book fair will be set up
in the media center.
For more information
about Alex Flinn, visit www.
alexflinn.com.


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BETHLEHEM Beth-
lehem High School will
present their spring mu-
sical performance of "An-
nie" on May 14 and 15
as a dinner theater, with
a matinee on Saturday,
May 16. Dinner theater


will start at 6 p.m., and
matinee will start at 2
p.m.
Dinner theater tickets
are $10 each, and matinee
tickets are $5. For more
information, call Bethle-
hem School at 547-3621.


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REWARD OF UP TO $1000.00 FOR INFORMA TION LEADING
TO THE LOCATION AND ARRESTS OF THESE SUBJECTS.


Thank goodness for Goodman


Amal am vs.
For well over a hun-
dred years, dentists have
ifilledi teeth with den-
tal amalgam. Basically,
dental amalgam consists
mostly of silver with
trace amounts of cop-
per and tin mixed with
virtually pure mercury
to produce a putty-like
mass, which hardens
in about an hour. In
my grandfatheris day
this mixed with a mor-
tar and pestle, but now
there is a machine spe-
cialky made to mix these
components together.
The resulting ifill-
ingi is very hard, but is
colored silver to black,
which makes it cosmeti-
cally questionable in
todayis esthetically-con-
scious market.
About fifty-years ago,
composite resin filling
material burst upon the
market. Basically a very
high-grade, specialized
plastic, composite was
originally two pastes
mixed together to then
set or harden within
a few minutes. This
means that they set only
on an exposure to a very
intense blue light, gir-
ing the dentist almost
unlimited time to shape
or contour the filling.
Todayis composites are
extremely varied as to
strength and polishabili-
ty re electing the require-
ments called for in dif-
ferent parts of mouth.
Teeth are etched with
a mild acid, producing


Composite
microscopic grooves in
the enamel. Composite
is then bonded into the
individual teeth and,
when property done,
is almost impossible to
separate from the tooth
without the proper den-
tal equipment. Best of
all, they are tooth-col-
ored, with hundreds
of shades available to
match any particular
tooth producing a very
life-like result.
For many years, the
dental community has
been split on the appro-
priateness of using den-
tal amalgam in humans.
Many accusations have
been leveled at amal-
gam, including sugges-
tions that mercury leak-
ing from the restorations
causes everything from
Multiple Sclerosis to Au-
tism. Alany studies have
been done over the years
and results have been
produced to support
every possible position.
This continues to be a
hot topic in dentistry
However, the American
Dental Association has
continued to endorse the
use of dental amalgam


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without reservation.
Composite resin is
slightly more expensive
than amalgam, due to
the fact that it is some-
what more labor inten-
sive and the materials
are more expensive.
Nevertheless, most pa-
tients today opt for
composite for esthetic
reasons. This certainly
seems to be the direction
operative dentistry is go-
ing. Millions of dollars
each year are invested in
research related to mak-
ing composites stronger,
more beautiful, and lon-
ger lasting. Amalgam is
what it always has been
and probably always
will be: a utility dental
material with limited
application.


QSend in a clear, sharp, recent photo of your child or

grandchild enjoying the summer. You may enter as
many children as you wish, but only one child per
entry. Photos will NOT be returned! Please do not
submit your only copy.
Choose which category to enter the child:
First Category: Newborn 2 yrs. old
Second Category: 3 yrs. old 5 yrs.old

You can submit your entry three ways:
1.Complete and mail entry form along with a $10 entry
fee to: Cutest Summer Baby Contest INIE, P O. Box
1940, Panama City, Florida 32402.
2. Enter online at www. newsherald.com, look for the
"Cutest Summer Kids" icon and instructions.
3. Drop off form, photo, and entry fee at
The News Herald, 501 W. 11th Street, Panama City.
Deadline for all entries is May 14, 2009 by 12 p.m. (CST)

STwo rounds of public voting will run from May
18 through June 12. You may vote online at
newsherald.com, mail-in your votes, or drop them
off at The News Herald office. Each vote is just $1.oo
and you can vote as many times as you'd like. Don't
forget to tell your family and friends to vote! All proceeds
from the contest will benefit Newspapers In Education.

The first place winners along with the rest of the top
C~"six vote getters from each category will be featured on
a "Cutest Summer Kids" keepsake insert in The News
Herald on Wednesday, June 24th and online Saturday, ,
June 13. Also, First, Second, and Third Place for each
category will receive fabulous prizes.
For more information call 850-747-5008

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Holmes County High accepts Angel


Fod od r
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ofnGod CurchM hs ite f r
Agel Fo iites, i
taking orders for May. The
last day to order is May 18;
delivery will be May 30.
Angel Food Mimistries
rse ves the right tdo su

availability, cost and qual-
ity. Food stamps (EBT) are
aceltle is Julie at 547-
9559 between 8:30 a.m.
and 1 p.m. Monday or be-
tween 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday for a list of
items available and to

place a rder uou 1pso

Whitaker Road, Bonifay,
FL 32425, as long as it is
received by the due date.
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about Angel Food Minis-
tries and to see a detailed
list of items available, visit
www.angelfoodminitries.
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Winners in the Miss Holmes County Peanut pageant held May 2 in Bonifay are:


WINNERS OF THE
SIDE AWARDS ARE:
Baby Miss: Best
Dressed, Kinslee
Adams; Prettiest
Eyes, Kiara Clopton;
Prettiest Hair
Keira Boswell and
Photogenic, Keira
Boswell.
Toddler Miss:
Best Dressed, Alicia
Johnson; Prettiest Eyes,
Kayleigh Beckner;
Prettiest Hair, Hope

iute an Pshstogetnic,

Dressed, Makaley
Boswell; Prettiest Eyes,
Audrea Slater; Prettiest
Hair, Jesse Taylor;
Photogenic, Cassie
Hildebrand.
Ad Back cover tie
superior queen, Jesse
Taylor.
Young Miss:
Best dressed, Morgan
Cross; Prettiest Eyes,
Sarah Johnson;
PrtnesshH nr, Brooke
Photogenic, Morgan
Cross.
Interview Winner
and Best Ad went to
Morgan Cross.
Petite Miss: Best
Dressed, Isabella
Scott; Prettiest Eyes,
Nikea Smith; Prettiest

Har,c B icey F awoth;

Interview Winner,
Nikea Smith.
Teen Miss:
Best Dressed, Kelli
Mcintosh; Prettiest
Eyes, Kaitlyn Bailey;
Prettiest Hair, Kelli
Mciitosh i otogenic,
Future Little
Miss: Best Dressed,
Lydia Riley; Prettiest
Eyes, Nalla Jasman;
Prettiest Hair, Montana
Maggard; Photogenic,
Nalla Jasman.
Verbal
Communication, Lydia
Riley.
Interview Winner
was Montana

^AdBaradk cover tie
superior queen Emily
Butler.
MViewersMCh ice,L
Little Miss*
Best Dressed, Kaley
Edminson; Prettiest
Eyes, Kaley Edminson;
Prettiest Hair, Reanne
Mosser; Photogenic,
Reanne Mosser.
Verbal
Communication tie,
Kaley Edminson and
Reanne Mosser.
Interview Winner,
Reanne Mosser.
Written
Communication,
Reanne Mosser.
Junior Miss:
Best Dressed, Keltcee
Berry; Prettiest Eyes,
Makala Hicks, Prettiest
Hair, Keltcee Berry,
Potogenic, Keltcee
Verbal
Communication,
Keltcee Berry.
Interview Winner
tie Makala Hicks and
Keltcee Berry


eaglsh; PD t est E yes,
Prettiest Hair, Anna
Lee; Photogenic, Anna
Lee.
Britney English
won Verbal
Communication,
Interview and Written
Communication.
More coverage
online at
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BabY
Miss:
Queen, r-
Kinslee
Adoin-l 5
first

Keira
Boswell,

alernte,
C opton.


PHOTOS BY JAY FELSBERG | Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Toddler
Miss.
Queen,
Alicia
Johnson.
first
alternate,
Kaylke g
second
a ter atee

Butler,


Tiny Miss: Queen, Jesse Taylor; first alternate, Cassie Hildebrand, second
alternates, Kadence Green and Audrey Slater (tie).


Young

Brooke
Mcntosh;

a tenate,
Morgan
cerosnd
alternate
sarah '
Johnson.


Petite
Miss:
Queen,
Isabella
Scott; first
alternate
Baily
Foxworth.
second
alternate,
N ike
Smith.


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Future
Little Miss:
Queen:
Montana
Maggard,

alternate,
Lydia Riley,
second
alternate,
Nalla
Jasman,
third
alternate,
Emily Outler.


Little Miss: Queen, Reanne Mosser; first Junior Miss: Queen, Keltcee Berry; first a ternate, Makala
alternate, Kaley Edminson. Hicks.


Proceeds winl be used to purchase a
computer for the residents.


Miss:
Queen,
Britney
English;
first
alternate,
Anna Lee;
second
alternate,
Hannah
Durden.


Katelynn Cooper, seventh grade, participates in the
1600-meter run.


2 10 dy Pifae OfOS(m ete


In f Og 10 me et
PONCE DE LEON Ponce
de Leon Lady Pirates had
two team members, Jessie
Martin and Katelynn Coo- -
per, compete in the Region c
1-1A Track and Field Meet
on April 25 at Godby High tiI
School in Tallahassee.
Jessie Martin competed
in the Discus and finished
tenth in the Region with a
throw of 76 feet, 6 inches. - l
Katelynn Cooper, competed
in the 1600-meter run and IT-3 F
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At right, Jessie Martin,
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New Garden Club


officers to be


installed in May
The Friday meeting of Bonifay Garden Club will
install officers for the upcoming bi-annum. A special
feature of that meeting will be an in-house auction
where items brought in by members will be auc-
tioned to members and guests. These could include
plants, containers, decorative items, hand-crafted
handbags and other craft objects.
April's luncheon April 10 at Simbo's Restaurant
featured fresh potted tulips and other spring colors
as table decorations. Annie Thompson gave an in-
spiring program on arranging yard flowers using
seasonal flowers and greenery. She showed a vari-
ety of containers and ways to use them.
The committee to beautify the hospital courtyard
gave a report at that meeting. The large pots have
been filled with blooming summer petunias in hold
colors. Maxine Strickland, club member and also
Hospital Auxiliary member, agreed to fertilize them
regularly. Other Auxiliary/club members will also
assist in keeping the plants watered. The two Drake
Elm and the four Crape Myrtle trees planted last
year look to be thriving and compliment the cen-
tral fountain. Hospital employees have expressed
appreciation for the improvement in the courtyard
For new business, the club voted for a motion
by Eloise LaBarre to have an in-house auction as
the program for the May 8 luncheon meeting. Each
member is encouraged to bring an item for the sale
and also plan to bid on the items. Such things as
plants, containers, decorative items, and handi-
crafts will liven the bidding. Joan Manuel Steverson
is responsible for securing an auctioneer.
The nominating committee will also bring a re-
port to the May 8 meeting. Election of officers and
installation will follow.
In addition to items for the auction, members are
urged to bring prospective members and guests to
this last meeting before the summer holidays. Dues
of $12.50 will be collected then so that yearbook in-
formation can be compiled and printed before the
September meeting.
Hostesses for the April meeting were Faye
Helms, Joan Manuel Steverson, and Eva Rich.
Marcia Agner and Hazel Tison are hostesses for
the May 8 meeting at Simbo's Restaurant at noon.
For reservations call Martha Brown at 547-1639 or
the restaurant.
Guests are welcome and encouraged to attend.





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EQUAL HOUSING


FAIR HOUSING / EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY

It is illegal to discriminate based on race,
color, religion, sex, national origin, age,
disability, or familial status when renting,
selling or financing a home or property.

You Have Rights!! If you feel you have been
discriminated against when buying or rent-
ing a home please contact Ms. Donna Gillis,
Town Cerk of Westville (850) 548-5858.

The Town of Westville is a Fair Housing Advo-
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d discrimination.

A copy of this ordinance can be obtained at
the Town of Westville Town Hall in addition
information on Fair Housing and Fair Hous-
ing Law can be obtained by contacting the
Housing Discrimination Hotline at, 1- 80 0 -
669-9777 (Voice) 1-800-927-9275 (TTY) or
on the world wide web at http://www.hud.
aov/offices/fheolindex.cfm-


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BONIFAY A ribbon cutting was held Friday for
the Townhouse Restaurant in Bonifay. New owners
Rocky and Kelcey Duke were joined by the Holmes
County Chamber of Commerce, local leaders and
county beauty queens. They offer daily lunch specials
at $6.99, a Blue Bell ice cream parlor, and a
salad bar. The Dukes also hosted a grand opening
Saturday. Hours are Monday Thursday 6 a.m. 8
p.m., Friday and Saturday 6 a.m. 9 p.m. and
sunday 6 a.m. 2 p.m.


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PONCE DE LEON There were 19 teams on hand
as Ponce de Leon Diamond Sports held its grand
opening Saturday, April 25. Each team came
onto the field and was introduced to the large
crowd in attendance. More coverage online at
boni aynow.com.





for business

FEMA include: Calhoun, a week until further notice.
Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Registering for assis-
Holmes, Jackson, Lafay- tance from the American
ette, Liberty, Madison, Red Cross is different than
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Su- registering with FEMA, so
wannee, Walton and Wash- those seeking FEMA assis-
ington counties. Visiting a tance must call the toll-free
DRC is not mandatory, but telephone number, go to the
those wishing to do so may Web site or visit a DRC.
go to any center for help. The SBA offers low-
It is recommended that interest disaster loans
homeowners and renters to homeowners, renters,
register before visiting a businesses of all sizes and
DRC. This can be done certain private non-profit
online at www.disasteras- organizations. These loans
sistance.gov or bycalling are to repair or replace
FEMA'stoll-free registra- homes, businesses and per-
tion and Helpline at 1-800- sonal property not covered
621-FEMA (3362), or TTY by insurance and damaged
800-462-7585 for those with by the severe storms in
a speech- or hearing-im- Florida.
pairment. Multilingual op- Those affected by the di-
erators are available. Rep- saster may apply for disas-
resentatives will provide ter loans from SBA's web
assistance from 7 a.m to 10 site at https:/disasterloan.
p.m. local time, seven days sha.gov/ela.


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week until further notice.
Storm survivors who
visit the centers may ap-
ply for assistance, check
the status of an existing
Federal Emergency Man-
agement Agency (FEMA)
application and get addi-
tional information about re-
sources available to eligible
applicants. The centers are
staffed with specialists from
FEMA, the State Emergen-
cy Response Team (SERT),
the U.S. Small Business
Administration (SBA) and a
variety of disaster-recovery
representatives from local
and voluntary agencies.
They have access to impor-
tant resources and can help
individuals on the road to
recovery.
Counties in which ap-
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Individual Assistance from


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BONIFAY Women in
Holmes County are encour-
aged to take simple steps to
lead longer, happier, health-
ier 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 Wom-
en's Health Week include:
National Women's Check-
Up Day on Monday, May 11
and a 5K Run/Walk on May
starting at 6 p.m.
National Women's
Health Week empowers
women across the country
to get healthy by taking
action. During the week,
families, communities,
businesses, government,


health organizations and
other groups work together
to educate women about
steps they can take to im-
prove their physical and
mental health and prevent
disease.
These steps include:
Engage in physical activ-
ity most days of the week;
choose healthy foods; Visit
a healthcare provider to
receive regular check-ups
and preventive screenings
and Avoid risky behaviors,
like smoking and not wear-
ing a seat belt.
May 11 is National
Women's Check-Up Day
This day encourages
women to visit health care
professionals to receive or
schedule a checkup. It also


promotes regular check-
ups as vital to the early
detection of heart disease,
diabetes, cancer, mental
health illnesses, sexually
transmitted infections, and
Other conditions.
Participants should con-
tact their doctor or nurse
to discuss these and other
tests or vaccines they may
need to have; Schedule an
appointment for at least
one of the tests or vaccines
to take place in the next 90
days and celebrate their
health every day.
*SK Run/Walk on May 14
Holmes County Health
Department is partnering
with Tri County Communi-
ty Council and the Florida
Tobacco and Prevention


Control Program to spon-
sor a 5K run/walk to raise
awareness for women's
health on May 14 at 6 p.m.
The race will start and end
at Middlebrooks Park. T-
Shirts will be available two
weeks after the race for all
participants.
Pre-Register by May 7 at
the Holmes County Health
Department or download
the registration form at
www.holmeschd.com.
The day of the race, reg-
istration begins at 5 p.m. at
Middlebrooks Park. Cost is
$10 per person. Proceeds
benefit the PINK program
to pay for mammogram
screenings to Holmes
County women under 50
years old.


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County employee Tink
Brown said she agreed
with everything she heard,
"but who is he accountable
to? How many times has
something happened and
you heard about it on the
streets?" Brown said that
Wood did not go by his own
book dealing with employ-
ees and had a wrong opin-
ion of her because she had
been to prison.
County Extension Agent


Shep Eubanks said that
Wood was, "a huge help to
me." Eubanks said Wood
always dealt with him with
honesty and integrity.
"I feel teamwork has
developed with Greg," Eu-
banks said, calling it the
best in 15 years he has been
in the county. "Give him an
answer."
Pine Log Fire Chief Scott
Prescott also praised Wood.
"Every day he gets up he


does his best for Holmes
County."
Young said the Board le-
gally had four options:
*Find that Wood met all
the goals and objectives and
renew his contract at the
same terms
*Let the contract run out
as of May 21
*Make changes in the
contract and give Wood
right of first refusal
"Advertise for resumes


Commissioner Kenneth
Williams made a motion to
offer Wood right of first re-
fusal but the motion died for
a lack of a second. No fur-
ther action was taken by the
Board on this issue.
"That was the worst
I have ever seen a man
treated by commissioners,
and don't think I'll forget it,"
Little said.
"It was disgraceful,"
Hills said.


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Bethlehem advances in playoffs


'W Want a level playing field'. Coaches sound off


the girls because they've
battled hard all year," Hol-
mes County coach Chad
Whitaker said. "They went
through their tough times,
but they've been executing
better and the work is pay-
ing off."
Holmes County tray-
els to Jacksonville to face
Bolles in the regional final
on 'Iesday.

Graceville 11, Rocky
Bayou Christian I
Bayou (7-8) fell to Gracev-
ille in the Class 1-A regional
quarterfinals, ending the
Knights' season. Rocky
Bayou hung with Graceville
through the first three in-
nings, but Graceville scored
10 runs over the last three
innings.

Cottondale 7, Baker 6:
Baker took a one-run
lead into the bottom of the
seventh but ocouldn't lose

across two runs to edge
the Gators in its Class 2A
regional semifinal. Baker
trailed 3-1 and 5-2 before
surging back to take the
lead before Cottondale ral-
lied in the seventh inning.

Be 15ile 12,
GRACEVILLE -The Gracev-
ille Lady Tigers made it two
in a row over their district
rivals Friday night, beating
Bethlehem 12-5 in the 1A re-
gional semifinals in Gracev-
ille.
The victory puts the
Lady Tigers one win away
from the state semifinals,
with Graceville headed to
Jacksonville 'Iesday to face
Eagle's View. Bethlehem
scored a run in the third in-
ning, another in the fourth
and two runs in the fifth.

Cottondale 4, Vernon 3
COTTONDALE Brianna
Curl hit an RBI single in the
bottom of the eighth inning
to score Shaunte Forward
and give the Cottondale
Lady Hornets a 4-3 win over
Vernon 'Iesday night in the
first round of the state 2A

plaC ndale advances to
Friday's regional semifinals
against Baker in Cotton-
dale.
Curl's hit helped the Lady
Hornets escape a scary
first-round game against
the Lady Yello jackets and
their formida le pitcher,
Lauren Register.

Graceville 12,
Bethlehem 10
GRACEVILLE -The Gracev-
ille Lady Tigers scored
three runs in the top of the
seventh inning to beat Beth-
chaem i shi nl2-10 Thurs
day niht in Graceville -
S aey Sadler tied the
gamedblthan RBldo le; a
groun bl by AnPerce
was misplayed by Bethle-
hem to allow Sadler and
Meagan Sanders to score
te winning rtms. pthda
complete game for the Lady

t-ut bas runar i thof
bottom of the seventh in-
ning, but struck out the final
Bethlehem batter to end the
game.

as eball
M/alone 9, Graceville 4
MALONE The Malo-
ne Tigers took a 9-4 vic-
tory Thursday night over
Graceville in the district
tournament championship
game in Malone, holding off
a late Graceville rally for the
win.
Malone led 9-0 entering
the top of the seventh inning
before Graceville reeled off
four runs with just one out.
However, Malone starter
Derek Orshall got Jackie
Miles to pop out, and struck
out Garrett Steverson to
end the game.


WILLIAM GAMBLIN|IFlorida Freedom Newspapers
The Bethlehem Lady Wildcats crushed Allentown Central 1 8-6 to
advance in the playoffs.


(EllLIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY Holmes County High School
athlete Joshua French signed up with Ohio
Wesleyan University on a football scholar-
ship, joining the Bishops as a wide receiv-
er
"It feels great," said Joshua.
He said that he is going to the university
for physical therapy.
"I'm just so excited for him," said his
mother, Hope French. "I'm going to miss
his extremely."
Also there to share the occasion was his
father, Alan French, and his grandparents,
Margaret and Kenneth French.
"Josh is a great kid," said HCHS Prin-
cipal Eddie Dixon. "He's worked so very
hard to get where he's going and we all
know he's going to do very well."


SUBMITTED PHOTO
Holmes County High School athlete Joshua French signed
up with Ohio Wesleyan University on a football scholarship,
joining the Bishops as a wide receiver.


RANDY DICKSON
Florida Freedom Newspapers

GRACEVILLE Florida
High School Athletic Asso-
citio ExeDuiv gD r tor

hand last week to hear the
doncen sr sof chmss an
rural schools across North-
west Florida.
"We just want a level
playing field between small
rural public schools and the
private schools," Graceville
assistant principal Danny
Sims said.
Sheeads o llesyball coa h
group it was frustrating
for her and her peers at
the small rural schools to
get a team to the state fi-
ba Ifo r, sn o g s sb~e
said it made the girls feel
as if they were n a middle

the University of Florida.
Baker head football
coach and athletic director
Bob Kellogg's experience
with the Gators has been
an eye-opener after work-
ing as an assistant coach at
big schools throughout his
30-plus-year career.
"This is the first time in
my career I feel like I don't
have a chance (to compete
for a state championship),"
Kellogg told Dearing.
Jay football coach and
athletic director Elijah Bell
has carried the torch on
the issue for years, and he
isn't just thinking in terms
of football.
"We want it (some sort
of re assignment or re-
alignment) for all sports
not just football," he said.
"We might be willing to try


something on an experi-
mental basis.
Walton coach Lenny
Jankowski has been on
both sides of the issue. He
coached at John Carroll
in Fort Pierce before tak-
ing the job in DeE~linak
Spt g private school of
600 you are never going to
have a down year because
Mids will go to a school
because it has tradition,
behsaild. "1At a rural pushl
good athletes, but once we
get past district, (winning)
won't happen because we
hvehto play aNorthFlori
ola) Catholic '
Dearing mentioned sev-
era pohpos e om c a n
those present. Dearing
admitted other proposals
made largherb schools un
might push private schools
from Class 1A and 2A to 3A
and 4A.
Dearing promised to
put together a committee
of athletic directors and
find a workable solution,
but he warned it wouldn't
happen overnight.
The coaches were en-
couraged by what they
heard.
Seeing Dearing at the
meeting was a good first
step for Bell.
"I think they've been
receptive to at least com-
ing and meeting with us on
things that I feel like are
important to every student
in every one of these rural
schools," he said.
Like Bell, Kellogg
thought Dearing's pres-
ence at the meeting sent a


positive message from the
FHSAA.
"The number one thing
I heard that is encouraging
to me is we now have an
executive director who will
listen to the concerns and
realize there is a problem
Mr enhit cmes ttoe tph ru

schools," he said. "The oth-
er thing I really like is he
is willing to go out and put
together committees of the
nepetha anreaoto ti e
rectors, and understand
the problems.,,
Opinion online at chi-
pleypaper.com and boni-



The state should do
something but you know
they never will or it seems
thyare taking th irr tie

started Friday, who will be
good, bad, or ugly.
old timer

Fan it was TRIED in 02.
1. Vernon and 1A school Ft.
Meade in Polk County were
the only ones not to sign on
to that similar idea. 2. At
THAT point the FHSAA
decided to divide 1A and 2A
into 1A and 1B and 2A and
2B. I agree that it's getting
to be a bit of a problem.
But what if the rural pub-
lic schools pull out? Are
people going to argue that
Jay and their 25 boys will
never beat Chipley or Free-
port who are both twice the
size? The last I knew there
was an independent NA-
TIONAL league for private
schools. The issue then
becomes how do you get


NFC and Jacksonville 'lk~in-
ity and the like OUT of the
FHSAA and into this other
league?
03Jacket

The point of the article
isn't for people to whine
aboutitse Ikt football

three years in a row that
CHS baseball had the best
public school team in the
state and was turned away
every year by a team full
of players from the Do-
minican Republic playing
at Boles. Georgia has a

sho an Isey hav oae
of the best high school ath-
letic systems in the nation
maybe the FHSSA should
take note
Juity


broke for ln time s a
talked with the FHSSA for
the last several years about
this, and I can tell you noth-
ing will ever be done. It's all
about money. If you want to
fix it, pull out of the FHSAA
and form a new group. This
has been done, but every
public school has to sign off
for it to work.


It's about time this is
getting attention. I sat in
the airport about year and
a half ago and listened to a
young man and his parents
talked of all the recruiting
that goes on at NF Chris-
tian. They had moved from
Georgia just to play football
at that school. How in the
world can that befairodr


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DOTHAN Troy University
Head Football Coach Larry
Blakeney invites children
ages 6 to 13 to join him Thurs-
day, June 4, on the field at Rip
Hewes Stadium in Dothan for
the sixth annual Larry Blak-
eney Troy University Football
Camp.
Coach Blakeney and his
staff will help participants im-
prove in the areas of running,
passing, pass protection and
zone coverage during the one-
day camp.
The morning session, which
is designed for students in 1st
through 4th grades, runs from
8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The after-
noon session, which is for those
in 5th through 8th grades, is

set cos for achamper is
$20. A photo and camp t-shirt
are included. For registration
information, contact Hannah
Hines at (334) 983-6556, ext. 1-
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South Walton edges
mhpley

Willggg PRHA
Florida Freedom Newspapers

SANTA ROSA BEACH For
everything Shelby Watson
did for the South Walton
softball team on Tuesday, it
was ultimately something
she didn't do that pushed
the Seahawks on to victory.
With no outs and the
bases loaded in the eighth
inning, Watson watched a
pitch from her outstanding
counterpart Jessica Bush
squirt past the catcher to
plate the winning run to
help South Walton(20-6) top
Chipley 2-1, triggering a
euphoric celebration from
the Seahawk faithful.
'Iesday's Class 2A
regional quarterfinal
marked the first time in
trlearest sstret hngheback
ahawks scored on Bush. It
also avenged a loss to Chi-
pley in last year's regional
playoffs, which ended the
Seahawks' season.
"We split with them dur-
ing the season and knew
coming in that it was going
:hbead dofgt Sal wk
what I kept telling our
coaches, was that you knew
it was going to be like this."
On display Tuesday was
a pitching duel from a pair of
unflinching hurlers in Wat-
son and Bush, and there's
not much more either could
have done to extend their
respective seasons. Bush
struck out 10 batters to
Watson's eight, and up until
the seventh inning neither
pitcher allowed more than
one hit in a single inning.
"I felt good, I felt pretty
strong," Watson said. "The
first couple innings were
a little rough, but I came
through and pitched my
game."
Watson uncharacteris-
tically walked two batters
over the first two innings,
the second of which came
around to score on a throw-
ing e ron fea uran ball

dugout for a 1-0 Chipley
The Seahawks had th i
chan to back Wat eir
eaal ebsut simply failed t
cap italize.
nernhth Watona nutrulne
first, third, fourth and sixth
hnonengsanbu couldn't binb d
ing a tight play at the plate
in the fourth that went Chi-
pley's way.
But the South Walton of-
fense came through when
it mattered most, and per-
haps least surprising of all,
it was Watson who tied the
gamneup in tebsixthe wt
Mackenzie Watson scored
in the eighth,
"I didn't hit it that hard
but I saw it get in the gap,
but I knew the girl on first
was going to score," Watson
sid. t'That wa a reli ef
pitcher is very good.

Holmes County 1,
South Walton o
BONIFAY- Mary Elizabeth
Pippin continued her mas-
tery of South Walton with
another shutout in leading
the Blue Devils to a third
regional final in four sea-
sons. Pippin struck out 10
and gave up three hits and
now has held South Walton
scoreless for 22 innings this
season.
Frankie Greenlee scored
the game's only run in the
bottom of the sixth on an il-
legal pitch by loser Shelby
Watson. Jenna Belser had
two hits and Greenlee and
Anna Keen contributed the
other two hits for Holmes
County (17-9).
"This is special for


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Al 2 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Wednesday, May 6, 2009


BONIFAY Carrying
on a legacy is important
to most sons. Don Hers-
man Jr. is no exception.
Although markedly differ-
ent than his father, who
was extremely outgoing
and never met a stranger,
Don Jr. is introverted,
quiet, reserved and a little
uncomfortable in the spot-
light, but he has a dream of
continuing what his father,
Don Sr., started.
"I wish I was more like
my daddy," he said. "He
could walk up to a stump
and get it to talk to him. I'm
different, but I love Bonifay
and want to be here as long
as I can selling groceries
to the people of this com-
munity."
April's Business of the
Month, selected by the
Holmes County Chamber
of Commerce, is the Pig-
gly Wiggly. It has an inter-
esting 49-year history. On
June 10, 1960, J.B. Miller
sold the Shopworth Store
in Bonifay to W.T. Benson


of Benson Wholesale Com-
pany in Geneva. The name
changed within several
weeks to Piggly Wiggly and
was located where John-
son's Pharmacy is today.
Frank Summerlin became
the meat manager in 1961.
James Edward McFat-
ter shared a 1968 ad from
the Piggly Wiggly. You
could buy two half-gallons
of ice milk for 79 cents.
Apples were 25 cents per
pound, and you could get
a 10-pound bag of round
white potatoes for 39 cents.
The same items are a little
pricier today. The best sell-
ing items in the store, ac-
cording to Hersman, are
milk, bananas and bread.
Fleda Taylor began
working at the "Pig" in
1973 and has been the head
cashier for many years. In
1974, W.T Benson sold his
stores to Fleming Compa-
nies Inc. On July 11, 1976,
the Piggly Wiggly was
moved from downtown
Bonifay to what old-tim-


Above, the first customers to the store when it
relocated in 1976. Pictured from the left, Kathryn
Bomann wit her 3-year o son, Ross, Don Hersman
Sr. and Fleda Taylor. Above right, the original
site of the Piggly Wiggly was in downtown Bonifay
at what is now Johnson's Pharmacy. At right, the
current site of the Piggly Wiggly store.


ers called "Pepper Town,"
which was north of Boni-
fay and its present site to-
day. Three-year-old Ross
Bomann and his mother,
Kathryn, were the first
customers at the store's
opening in its new location
in 1976.
David Strickland be-
gan working at the Piggly
Wiggly in August 1981 and
became store manager
in 1985. Fleming Compa-
nies Inc. was fortunate to
have many up and com-
ing people in its organiza-


tion. In 1982, all sectors of
the retail industry were
adversely affected by the
economic conditions that
prevailed, but Don Hers-
man Sr. was recognized as
the recipient of The Chair-
man's Award for that year.
With his direction, the 55
Dixieland corporate stores
showed distinguished per-
formance in a market area
characterized by high un-
employment, low inflation
and increasingly keen com-
petition. At that point in his
career, Don Hersman Sr.


had more than 26 years of
experience in food retail-
ing, serving as president
of Dixieland Food Stores
since 1976. Prior to his as-
sociation with Dixieland,
he spent 10 years with Pick
'N' Pay Supermarkets in
Cleveland, Ohio.
On Jan. 23, 1989, Don
Hersman Sr., as division
president of Fleming, left
the organization and asked
to buy one of the Fleming
stores. There were more
than 73 stores at that time,
and he chose the one in


Bonifay.
The Bonifay Piggly Wig-
gly had new owners, Don
and Frances Hersman.
While Don Sr. became the
"face" of the Piggly Wiggly,
his wife, Frances, was his
competent and supportive
partner.
Three years prior to the
Hersman's move to Bonifay,
Pat Bryant and Jeff Stew-
art were hired. Jeff would
later become the produce
manager in 1991, but Pat
was hired as the head cook,
and the deli continues to
serve the best food for the
price in Bonifay. Every day,
approximately 300 meals
cross the sales counter in
the back of the store. More
often than not, customers
have to get in line and "vis-
it with each other" while
they wait briefly to order
their meal.
Don Jr. came to the
family business in 1990 and
was moved to management
in 1997. The store has been
remodeled twice, the sec-
ond time in 1999 when the
produce room, dairy frozen
coolers, register stands,
new refrigeration cases
and shelving were added.
The store also had a "face-
lift" with the addition of the
outside canopy.
Sam Bailey joined the
management team as as-
sistant manager in 2000,
and Joe Edminson became
night manager in 2004.
Chuck Dockery, now the
owner and manager of the
Bonifay IGA, along with
his wife, Penny, also of the
Bonifay IGA, was once a
Campbell Soup represen-
tative for the Piggly Wiggly.
"There's enough business
in Bonifay for both gro-
cery stores, and I was glad
to see Chuck and Penny
become owners," Don Jr.
said.
The business has been a
member of the Chamber of
Commerce for many years,
and Don Sr. served on the
board for several of those
years. Bonifay and, indeed,
Holmes County have ben-
efited from the business.
Contributions to schools,
churches, individuals and
groups occur with regu-
larity. The opportunity for
employment of thousands
of high school and com-
munity college students in
the past 20 years has been
invaluable. Currently, the
business employs 65 indi-
viduals. Don Jr. became a
partner in the business in
2008, and upon the passing
of his gregarious father, he
is now a co-partner with
Frances Hersman.
An active member of
First Baptist Church and
director of the R.A.'s, a
boy's mission organiza-
tion, Don Jr. is married to
the former Dawn Robuffo
and has a young son, with
another one on the way.
He hopes, regardless of
the differences in their
personalities, he can help
carry on the tradition of
the friendly, quality, full
service store started by his
father. He wants the legacy
that he will leave his sons
to be similar to that which
his father left to him.


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Individual teaching was part of the mission trip's
activities.
was very eye-opening," he said. "We were the first ones to teach
them the true Gospel.
"It was a great experience," he said. "We had been praying
for months and our prayers were really answered."
The Rev. Eddie Eaton of West Pittman Baptist Church made
his second visit to Peru, and called the experience "awesome."
"We baptized two people in the water of a stream off a moun-
tain," Eaton said. "It was cold, cold water and it was the fastest
baptism on history."
Eaton said the two people baptized were among four that
made a decision for Christ. The other two would be baptized on
the next trip at the end of May. 'Two young college students will
also stay in the village on their own.


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(left) The Rev. Eddie Eaton leads a baptism in Peru.


(tisonti o eu(op) There was a great deal


Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Miss Vernon
pageant
VERNON The Miss
Vernon Pageant is
scheduled for 3 p.m.,
Saturday, May 16, in the
Vernon High School au-
ditorium. 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;
4-5 years, Future Little
Miss; 6-7 years, Little
Miss; 8-9 years, Young
Miss; 10-12 years, Mid-
dle Miss; 13-14 years,
Teen Miss; 15-16 years,
Junior Miss; 17-21 years,
Miss; any age married,
Mrs. Vernon; advertise-
ment sales winner, Miss
Vernon Pride.
Pageant entry fee is
$50 each, photogenic $10
a so shoetsa ad: $5
payable to Vernon High
School. Registration
condof es Ia bemM::i
Middle and High school
of fices or atrehearsal.
Deadline for applica-
tions is May 11. No late
applications accepted.
Deadline for advertise-
ment sales is May 8.
Photos should be 4x6 or
5x7 color or black and
white. Photos should be
turned in with the ap-
plication or at the May
15 rehearsal that begins
at 6 p.m. Pageant at-
tire is heirloom or pag-
eant dress. For more
information, call Lori at
547-5566 or 527-9018.



presentation
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
along with Sacred Heart
Senior Spirit Creative
Living Series will pres-
ent "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.

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Surrounding Counties
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TALLAHASSEE The State
of Florida has opened a
toll-free telephone service
where residents can call to
receive health information
about swine flu.
Concerned citizens can
call call 1-800-342-3557. The
line will be staffed from 8
a.m. to 8 p.m. daily until
further notice. After hours
calls will be handled by an
automated service.


As Florida responds to
swine flu, the Florida De-
partment of Health offers
the following recommen-
dations:
People with respiratory
illness or fever should stay
home from work or school
to avoid spreading infec-
tions, including influenza,
to others in the commu-
nity.
Avoid close contact with


people who are coughing
or otherwise appear ill.
Avoid touching your
eyes, nose and mouth,
Wash hands frequently
to lessen the spread of re-
spiratory illness.
Symptoms of swine
flu are rapid onset fever,
cough fatigue and in some
cases vomiting and diar-
rhea.
If you think you have the


flu, please call your health
care provider and discuss
whether you need to be
seen in their office or an
emergency department, or
stay home.
Swine flu is not trans-
mitted by food and you
cannot get swine flu from
eating pork products.
The State of Florida is
receiving frequent update s
from the CDC, and working


with local health depart-
ments to monitor the situ-
ation and immediately fol-
low up on suspected cases.
The Florida Department
of Health has created a
webpage with information
at www.doh.state.fl.us, and
the CDC has a web page at
www.cdc.gov/swineflu
Updates online at chi-
pleypaper.com and boni-
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Washington County's
Relay for Life is coming
up on Friday and Satur-
day, May 8 and 9; there
are many exciting activi-
ties taking place through-
out the night and into the
next morning. Starting


off at 6 p.m. are the open-
ing ceremonies, which
include the welcome and
the survivor recognition
and the survivor lap. Next,
the Luminaria Ceremony
will take place followed
by performances by Cow-


town, a local country band,
and the Kountry Liners, a
local line-dancing group.
A meet your local heroes
event will take place the
next morning at 8:30am.
This is a chance to get
to know the Washington


County EMS, the Chipley
Fire Department, the Chi-
pley Police Department,
and the Washington Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office. Neysa
Wilkins will also be giving
a performance followed by
a Disney costume contest.


Throughout the entire
event, there will be numer-
ous games and activities
and a large assortment of
food. Everyone is encour-
aged to attend and help
support the fight against
cancer.


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BONIFAY The Holmes County Baptist Association's second
of five planned trips to Peru left March 20 to spread the gospel
in that South American nation,
The Rev. Todd Unzicker of the HCBA was among the 12
members from eight churches in Holmes County that went to
Chavina, Peru to become acquainted with the local community
by visiting with the mayor, schools and health clinics.
"There are over 3,000 groups of people who do not have ac-
cess to the Gospel," said Unzicker, the HCBA missionary. "The
HCBA, which is made of 37 churches, adopted one of these
groups."
He said the attendance for the first week was 10 and for the
next week was 15, with six coming to know Christ and two hap-
tized.
Ronnie Dewees, one of those who went on the last trip said,
"It was great. My wife asked me what my favorite part of the trip
was and I would have to say it was praying that God cleared a
path for us to go and being able to see it happen."
He said that the church had prayed for weeks for the path to
be cleared, for them to have a safe journey and that the hearts of
the people be softened.
"It's watching God answer prayers," he said. "It's going to
take time, but I believe that we made a difference." He felt the
call to go, he said.
"God's done a lot in my life and I felt He was calling me to
go," Dewees said. "I don't understand if this trip was for me or
for those of Holmes County, but I know it's made a difference in
my life."
James Daniels, another member of the trip said his reason
for going was to share the love of Jesus Christ. "They have a
completely different lifestyle than we do," said Daniels. "They
work for their food and don't have the comforts we do, such as
hot showers and heaters."
He described the houses as being made of mud and straw. "It


Relay for Life opening ceremony Friday, 1May 8





Engfagements and WEDDING


B2 | Washington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Society


Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Mr. and Mrs. Travis
Sr. and Becky Brock of
New Hope announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Amanda Nicole, to Gil Lee
Scott Jr. of Ebro. Gil is the
son of Gloria M. Tharp of
Vernon and Gilford L. Scott
Sr. of Ebro.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Exie M.
Pettis and the late H.T.


Brock of Vernon and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Holley of
Spring Hill. She graduated
from Vernon High School
and is employed at Vernon
Discount Drugs.
The prospective groom
has two sons, Brandon and
Austin.
The wedding is planned
for 3 p.m. Saturday, May 16,
at Calvary Hill Pentecostal
Church in Vernon.


Joey and Felecia
Fisanick along with
Tim and Angie Lewis
announce the marriage of
their daughter, Elizabeth
Nicole Lewis, to Quinn
Martin Williams, son
of Sidney and Betty
Johnson. The outdoor
wedding will take place
on Saturday, May 16, at 4
p.m. at 1528 Hilltop Drive
in Bonifay.


Beth is a 2003 graduate
of Holmes County High
School and is attending
Chipola College, where she
is majoring in elementary
education.
Quinn is a 1995
graduate of Geneva High
School. Friends and family
are invited to attend.
A reception will follow
immediately after the
ceremony.


lan Joshua Fowler was
born April 7 and weighed 5
pounds, 9 ounces and was
19 inches long. His parents
are Joshua Earl Fowler,
formerly of Chipley, and
his wife, Sheri. His brother
Ethan and sister Ashlyn
welcomed him home. The
family is stationed in Fort


Stewart, Ga.
Joshua's grandparents
are Paula Cuspid of
Louisiana, Richard Fowler
and Lisa Davidson, both
of Chipley. His great-
grandparents are Donnie
and Irma Glass and Billie
Ray and Wanda Corbin, all
of Chipley.


Mark Allen Lent and
Kimberly Dawn Mitchell
were married on Feb. 14
at the Calypso resort in
Panama City with minister
Kevin Cordell performing
the ceremony.
The bride's daughter,
Ashley Radford of
Columbus, Ga., served as
maid of honor. Kimberly's
son, Shane Radford, gave
her away.
Best man was the
groom's son, Mark Lent


Jr. of Chipley. His son,
Matthew Lent, was
the ring bearer, and
granddaughter, Kayleen,
was the flower girl.
Out-of-town guests
included his brother
Duane Lent and his family
from London; his sister
Lisa Antognolil, from
Pennsylvania; and other
family and friends from
Georgia and Alabama.
A reception followed the
ceremony.


Sammy Hayes and
Beth Hayes announce the
engagement and upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Meagan Leanne, to Clinton
Terry Painter Jr., son of
Rhonda Stewart and Terry
Painter.
Meagan is a 2005
graduate of Vernon
High School and attends
Gulf Coast Community
College, majoring in
elementary education. Her
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. George Cone, Mr. and


Mrs. J.E. Hicks and the
late Dennis Hayes.
Clinton, a 1998 graduate
of Pebble-Brook High
School, is employed by
Benning Construction
in Smyrna, Ga. His
grandparents are Jean
Collins, Sara Painter, John
Hunnings and the late
Wayne Painter.
The ceremony is
planned for May 9 at the
Bay Point Marriott with
the reception following at
the Boatyard Restaurant.


Heather Andrews and
Michael Crouch announce
the birth of their son,
Jacob Talan. He was born
Jan. 1 in Jackson Hospital
in Marianna and weighed 6
pounds, 7 ounces and was
19 inches long.
Jacob's maternal
grandparents are Audrey
'Ituett and Wesley
Hargrave of Bonifay and


the late Wayne Marsh.
Paternal grandparents are
Theresa Cole of Bonifay
and Brad Starling of Starke.
His great-grandparents are
Grace and Archie 'Ituett
of Bonifay and Francis
and Doris Cole of Starke.
His big sister Alyssa and
cousin Tristin welcomed
him home along with other
family members.


CHIPLEY A
retirement party for
Dr. Ada Brown, Marketing
Instructor of WHTC, will
be held Friday, May 15,
from 11a.m. to 1p.m. in


the Marketing classroom.
All friends, former and
present students, and
family are invited to stop
by and visit with
Dr. Brown.


Navy Seaman Dawn M.
Metz Andrews, daughter of
Deborah L. Metz Andrews
of and Robert S. Andrews,
of Chipley, recently
completed U.S. Navy


basic training at Recruit
Training Command, Great
Lakes, Ill., with honors.
Metz Andrews is a 2006
graduate of Chipley High
School of Chipley.


Navy Seaman Tabitha
N. Golden, granddaughter
of Elaine E. Whitehead of
Chipley recently completed
U.S. Navy basic training


at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Golden is a 2007 graduate
of A.C. Mosley High School
in Lynn Haven.


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CHIPLEY The Spanish
Trail Playhouse will hold open
auditions for its summer
production of "Schoolhouse
Rock Live!" at 6 p.m. May 11
and 12 at the Historic Chipley
High School, 680 Second St. in
Chipley. No children will be cast
in this production. Anyone age


16 and older may participate in
the auditions. No experience
is necessary. Come dressed
comfortably, as auditions will
consist of singing and dancing.
This Saturday-morning edu-
cational cartoon series is one
of the most fun and energetic
musicals ever to hit the stage.


Tom, a schoolteacher nervous
about his first day of teaching,
tries to relax by watching TV
Suddenly, various characters
representing facets of his
personality emerge from the
set. They proceed to show him
how to win his students over
with imagination and music


through beloved "Schoolhouse
Rock" songs that cover a variety
of subjects: math, science,
history and grammar. Like the
classic television series, this
show is a hip, entertaining and
educational treat that shows
young people that learning


make it.
"Schoolhouse Rock Live!" will
take the stage August 6-8 and will
mark the second production of
the 2009 season.
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Confederate Sons Association members decorate Euchee Valley Cemetery in honor of Confederate Memorial Day.


Confederate Sons decorate soldiers' graves


Area members of the Confed-
erate Sons Association observed
Confederate Memorial Day by
decorating the graves of Confed-
erate soldiers at the Euchee Val-
ley Cemetery in Walton County.
This cemetery is the final rest-
ing place for more than 50 veter-
ans of the War Between the States.
The State of Florida has designat-
ed April 26 of each year as an offi-
cial holiday to honor these men.
Walton County had the distinc-
tion of having the highest percent-
age of its citizens serve the Con-
federacy of any county in Florida.
Among those honored were
John L. McKinnon, a Confeder-
ate officer and the author of the
well-known "History of Walton
County."
The Confederate Sons Asso-
ciation is a nonpolitical heritage
organization made up of Walton,
Holmes, Jackson and Washington
county men who are descendants
of Confederate soldiers. Also in-
cluded in the membership are
legionnaire members are nonde-
scendents, both male and female,
who wish to honor the memory of
Confederate soldiers. Information
about the CSA can be obtained
by calling 850-946-5087 or www.
csaflorida.org.


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Fred McKnight and Robert
Johnson, decorate the
grave of James R. Granger.
Granger was a member of
Co G, 2nd Florida
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Cemetery.
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Queen. The pageant crowns queens
in ten age groups, from birth to
age 22.
Queens crowned in the Miss Wa-
termelon pageant may also compete
at the state level for the crown of Miss
Florida Watermelon Queen 2010.
Because this is a benefit pageant,
the overall sponsorship winner will
also be crowned.
Proceeds from pageant fees, pro-
gram sales, concessions and door en-
try fees go to benefit the Tri-County
Community Council's Toys for Tots
program.
This year, the annual Panhandle
Watermelon Pageant will be held
June 13 at the Washington County
Ag Center in Chipley. Doors open at
11 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend
the pageant.
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9 a.m. 4p.m. 'Twelve
gad ns ilb uh ighted
In addition to the private
gardens, the all-inclusive
ticket allows access to
Fendall Hall, which is
known for its botanical
murals.
On the grounds, there
will be garden vendors,
entertainment and
demonstrations. A picnic
area will be available as
well.
Tickets are $20 if
purchased 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;
Eufala/Barbour County
Chamber of Commerce,
Schaub's Flowers and Gifts
on East Broad Street and
Shorter Mansion on North
Eufala Ave.
Proceeds benefit
Friends of Fendall Hall
Landscape Restoration
project. Call 334-687-8469 for
more information.

2009 DCP

SigAUp under way
Enrollment for the 2009
Direct and Counter-cyclical
Payment (DCP) Program
for farms with base acres
is underway both online
and at local USDA Service
Centers and will continue
until June 1, 2009.
The electronic DCP
(or eDCP) service saves
producers time, reduces
paperwork and speeds
up contract processing
at USDA Parm Service
Agency (FSA) officers.
It is available to all
producers who are eligible
to participate in the DCP
program and can be
accessed at http://www.fsa.
usda.gov/dcp.
To access the
service, producers must
have an active USDA
eAuthentication Level 2
account, which requires
filling out an online
registration form at http://
www.eauth.egovrusda.gov
followed by a visit to the
local USDA Service Center
for identity verification.

USDA of Iicial remindS
Of disaster programs
GAINESVILLE De b
Folsom, Acting Statbby
Executive Director for
USDA'sFarm Service
Agency (FSA),reminded
farmers and ranchers that
the 2008 Parm Billecreated
five new disaster programs,
one of which is the
Emergency Assistance for
Livesocs, HneyhBcos, and

(ELAP) .


ELAP provides
emo u ncyo reifs ck,
honey bees, and farm-
raised fish to aid in the
reduction of losses because
of disease, adverse weather,
or other conditions,
such as blizzards and
wildfires, as determined
by the Secretary, during
the calendar year, that
are not covered by the
Supplemental Revenue
Assistance Payments
Program (SURE),
Livestock Indemnity
Program (LIP), and
Livestock Forage Disaster
Program (LFP).
Additional information
about LDAP is available at
FSA County Offices or by
visiting the national FSA
website at www.fsa.usda.
gov or http://www.fsa.usda.
gov/Internet/FSA
Notice/Idap_.pdf.

MILC Pfogf0m
Under way
USDA's Farm Service
Agency (FSA) announced
that signup for the Milk
Income Loss Contract
Program (MILC) is
underway and will
continue through the
program's expiration date,
September 30, 2012.
More information on
MILC is available at local
FSA offices.

Make nursing award
HOMinations
TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Health Care
Association (FHCA) is
seeking nominations to
recognize Registered and
Licensed Practical Nurses
employed in long term
care facilities and make
outstanding contributions
when caring for Florida's
elderly and/or citizens with
disabilities.
The deadline is Friday,
May 8, 2009
Nurses who have been
employed by an FHCA
member nursing home for
at least one year and have
a standard license for a
minimum of 30 months are
eligible for the awards.
Also, Certified Nursing
Assistants (CNA) working
in long term facilities can
enter to win up to $500 in
scholarship monies by
submitting a personal story
of up to 500 words for the
FHCA 2009 CNA Essay
contest. This year's theme
is "Human Moments" and

haoc -t-fc m erciu to
help facilitate successful
outcomes for residents and
the workplace.
To download copy of
the awards nomination
form or the CNA essay
contest submission form,
visit the What's New section
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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
short presentation followed
by a question and answer
session at the following
locations: Washington
County Public Library, 1444
Jackson Avenue in Chipley
on'lI~esday, 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.dty.gov/
For more information you
may call 638-1314.

Air Heart 2 to
hold 0pe H us
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.
Information on Air Heart
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 3p.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.

Eufala Garden
Fes as gtivo I t to b gin
EUFALA, Alal.- Eufala
is reported to befamous
for its tour of historic
homes. Now, the Friends of
eandall Hall ar holding itl
on Saturday May 16 from


MARIANNA Chipola
College will hold summer
registration for new
and returning students'
Monday, May 11, from 8
a.m. to 6 p.m.
Summer I classes begin
May 12. Late registration
continues through May 13.
Summer II classes begin
June 29.
Many evening and
distance learning courses
are available during the
two six-week summer
sessions. Some classes
have been extended to run
for 12 weeks rather than
six. Online registration
also is available for
students who qualify.
Fees for early
registration must be paid
on the day of registration.
Scholarship otretcipientnh

Business Office to declare
fee payment method.
Students from Georgia
and Alabama pay in-state
tuton.dahih
Gra uaing hg
school seniors who take
at least one class during
either summer term may
register early fr Fa2009
classes.
Applications for
Admission are available
in the Admissions Office
located in the Student
Service Building or on-
line at www.chipola.edu.
Chipola offers the
Associate in Arts
Degree, the Associate
in Science Degree,


EARLY REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER CLASSES AT CHIPOLA:
Sharon Sapp and Alton Rogers of Vernon perform an
experiment in a Chipola College science lab.


Workforce Development
programs. The college
also offers Bachelor's
Degrees in Secondary
and Middle School
Education with majors
in Math and Science,
Business, Nursing,


Special Education and
Elementary Education.
The new Summer
Schedule is available
online at www.chipola.
edu.
For information, call
850- 718-2211.


CHIPOLA'S "BEANIE AND THE BOOK MACHINE": Aaron Moore of Bethlehem plays
the role of Beanie in the Chipola College children's play, "Beanie and the
Bamboozling Book Machine." The show will be presented to hundreds
of elementary school children in May. A public performance is set for
Thursday, May 14, at 7 p.m. General admission tickets-$5-are on sale
now. The 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
Wizard of Oz. Beanie must get them back into the books with help from
the good guys. For information about Chipola Theater, call 71 8-2227.


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School News Washington


County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | B5


of the FHCA website, ww.
fhca.org.

rOUp OffefS SUMMef
camps for artists
PANAMA CITY This
summer the Visual and
Performing Arts Division
of Gulf Coast Community
College will offer "Summer
Camps in the Arts" for Bay
County's middle and high
school students.
The first Arts Camp for
middle school students is
scheduled for June 1 -5,
from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the
Amelia G. Tapper Center for
the Arts. Students entering
grades six through eight
in the fall of 2009 will have
the opportunity to rotate
through classes in art'
dance, music and theatre.
Cost is $200 and registration
will be held May 26 through
29 at the Amelia Tapper
Center for the Arts office
from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
High school students
entering grades 9 12 in the
fall of 2009 and interested
in art, dance, music or
theatre, may enroll in the
high school Camp in the
Arts. The camps will have
two sessions: June 8 -12, and
June 15-19. Morning session
hours are from 9 a.m.
until noon, and afternoon
sessions from 1- 4 p.m.
Students can choose from
classes in Music Technology
Acting, Dance, Chamber
Chorale/Voice, Theatre
Technology and Visual
Art (including Drawing,
Painting, Ceramics and
Sculpture).
All camp instructors
are GCCC faculty and stafE
Registration will be held at
the Amelia Tapper Center
for the Arts office from June
1 to 5 for the first session,
and from June 8 12 for the
second session. W~ition cost
is $175 for the week.
For more information,
call Sherri Renfr~oe at 872-
3886.


Technical Center to
11014 gradUation
CHIPLEY Washington
Holmes Technical Center will
hold graduation ceremonies
on May 7 starting at 7 p.m. in
the Washington County Ag
Center on Highway 90 '

Office accepting neW
GI Bill 0 picOions

PANAMA CITY According
tooAnthony Cobb Gulf
College's Veterans

t intt ptio cenu nly
has about 250 students
attending college on the GI
Bill
When asked about
the new Post 9/11 GI Bill
Cobb said there are some
definite factors to consider
before applying for the new
bill. The Department of
Veterans Affairs has started
accepting applications
for the new GI Bill, but
payments will not be
processed until August 1,
2009
Cobb recommends first
exhausting benefits under
the old GI Bill. If you have
entitlement remaining
under the current GI Bill
and switch to the new bill,
the number of months of
Post-9/1 1 GI Bill entitlement
you will be eligible for will
be equal to the number
of months remaining
under the current GI
Bill. However, if you exhaust
all of your current GI Bill
entitlement, you may be
entitled to a maximum of
12 additional months of
entitlement under the Post-

Under the Post 9/11 GI
Bill you may receive: tuition
and fees payment (paid
directly to the school) not
to exceed the tuition and
fees at the most expensive
state institution of higher
learning; monthly housing
allowance based on basic


allowance for housing for
an E-5 with dependents.
This amount is based on
the ZIP code of the location
of the school you are
attending; and an annual
book stipend of $1,000 paid
proportionately based on
enrollment.
For more information
on the new GI Bill, go to
www.va.gov or contact
Anthony Cobb in the GCCC
Admissions Department at
769-1551 ext. 3210 '

VPK re istration
to begin f or f all
Holmes County
Voluntary Pre-
Kindergarten (VPK)
Specialist Olivia Haines
has announced Fall VPK
registration 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 children
who turn four years old on
or before Sept. 21, 2009 and
are not eligible to attend
kindergarten.
Required documents for
registration include: Proof
of child's date of birth
(birth certificate); Parent/
Guardian photo I.D. and
proof of physical residence
(License/Utility Bill);
Child's Social Security
Number (Optional).
Due to 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
Second Street in Chipley to
pick up a VPK certificate.
The certificate should
then be taken to the school
of your choice, Bethlehem,
Poplar Springs, Bonifay
Elementary or Ponce
de Leon Elementary to
complete registration. The
certificate may be taken to


the school of your choice
immediately. First come,
first on the list. Take the
same information with
you (Social Security, Birth
Certificate, up to date
physical and shot record)
to register at the school
site.
Questions can be
directed to Olivia Haines at
850-547-3631, ext. 244.

HCHS to present
'Into the Woods'
BONIFAY Homes
County High School
Drm 11l pent
the ms al' "I he
Woods" on Thursday May
7, Friday May 8, Monday
May 11, and R~esday May
12 at the HCHS auditorium
beginning at 7 p.m.
An ambivalent
Cinderella? A feisty Little
Red Ridinghood? A Prince
Charming that's less than
sympathetic? A Witch...who
raps? They're all among
the cockeyed characters in
James Lapine and Stephen
Sondheim's fractured fairy
tale. When a baker and his
wife learn they've been
cursed with childlessness
by the witch next door, they
embark on a quest for the
special objects required to
break the spell, swindling,
lying to and stealing from
Cinderella, Little Red,
Rapunzel and Jack (the
one who climbed the
beanstalk).
Everyone's wish is
granted at the end of act
one, but the consequences
of their actions return
to haunt them later,
with disastrous results.
What begins a lively fairy
tale becomes a moving
lesson about community
responsibility and the
stories we tell our children.
Tickets are $5 in
advance and $7 at
the door. For more
information or to reserve
your tickets please call
HCHS at 547 9000.


MARIANNA Dr. Will
Holcombe, chancellor
for Florida's Community
College System, will
deliver the address to the
Class of 2009 at Chipola
College's Commencement
on Thursday, May 7.
Dr. Holcombe has
more than 30 years of
experience in educational
leadership and collegiate
administration.
Holcombe, who
completed his
undergraduate studies at
Baldwin-Wallace College,
earned both his Master's
in Education and Ph.D.
in College Administration
from the University of
Florida. A former U.S.
Marine Corps Captain,
Dr. Holcombe began his
teaching career at Ford
Junior High School in
Brook Park, Ohio. He
later joined Florida's
Community College
System, serving as an
English professor at
Santa Fe and Broward
Community College,
where he eventually
became president in
1987. Holcombe has also
served as Vice President
of Brevard CC, provost
and academic dean
for Broward's Central
Campus and assistant
to the President for
Broward CC.
Since Florida's
Community Colleges
are the primary access
point to higher education
in the state for more
than 800,000 students,
one of Chancellor
Holcombe's highest
priorities is facilitating
and maintaining
postsecondary
opportunities for our
students. Community
colleges provide


the state's broadest
range of educational
options, including adult
continuing education,
recreation and leisure
programs, certificate
training, Associate's
degrees which provide
university parallel
and/or career technical
preparation, and
Baccalaureate degrees
in areas of critical
workforce need.
Dr. Holcombe
continues to be a strong
advocate for student
success, seamless
articulation and economic
development. As
Chancellor, Holcombe
works to build consensus
with other stakeholders
in higher education
including K-12, workforce
development entities, and
public and private four-
year institutions.
A highly sought after
speaker and presenter,
Dr. Holcombe has
represented Florida's
Community Colleges at
various state and national
conventions. He has
also provided consulting
services to colleges
throughout the country.
Some 371 Chipola
graduates make up the
class of 2009. They will
join the ranks of more
than 10,000 Chipola
alumni. Counted as
members of the class are
all who completed their
degrees or certificates
from December of
2008 to May of2009 or
who will complete work
during the summer of
2009. Chipola's fifth class
of bachelor's degree
graduates in Secondary
Education will receive
degrees during the
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On Thursday, May 7,
small and large groups
of people will gather
together from the Capitol
steps in Washington,
D.C., to courthouses and
public parks, for the
58th National Day of FRO
Prayer to pray for this HI
nation. This year's theme Ti,
makes a statement
about the only hope,
not only for America but this
world, as the theme is "Prayer
... America's Hope!" The theme
is based on Psalm 33:22, which
says, "May Your unfailing love
rest upon us, O Lord, even as we
put our hope in You,"
Personally, every year I
look forward to the NDP as
Americans come out and stand
bold, unashamedly in the streets
and other areas to lift our voices
together, across denominational
lines, as the body of Christ,


submitting ourselves
and all that makes this
country great to our
Lord, proclaiming our
need for his intervention
in these desperate times
in which we live.
Every year since 2000,
I have received a blessing
as I have joined with
the Chipley Ministerial
Association and brothers


warriors around the Lake, hand
to hand, at the De~lniak Springs
Lake yard. They also invite
everyone who loves the Lord
Jesus Christ and is concerned
about the sinful condition of
America and the world we live
in to join them. They encourage
everyone to begin to come on
down to the sidewalk by the lake
to sign-in and begin circling the
lake at 5:30 p.m., to begin praying
at 6 p.m. for the government,
military, media, businesses,
education, church and families,
which have been the backbone
that made this nation so great in
the past.
You can find out more
about the National Day of
Prayer and prayer events
throughout the nation at www.
NationalDayofPrayer.org.
Many of you may be saying,
as people do, "I can pray just
as well at home or at my local


church." And that might be so,
but you should also know that
there are millions of people
around the globe who would
love to have just one time that
they could stand in public
without fear of persecution or
of breaking their local laws
to pray to the Lord they love.
Plus with all the regulations
that have been attached to
the "stimulus" money being
grabbed by local municipalities
and school systems, the "Hate
Crime" law, (which will make
30 sexual orientations federally
protected, which include
behaviors that are felonies or
misdemeanors in most states),
and the "Fairness Doctrine"
that is before the House and
Senate, this might be the last
time that we as Americans will
be able to do so without fear of
imprisonment.
If you haven't noticed,


America has turned her back
on the God who has blessed
her far more than we deserve.
It is time that America now
bless God and return to the God
of our childhood, for He has
promised, "If My people who are
called by My name will humble
themselves, and pray and seek
My face, and turn from their
wicked ways, then I will hear
from heaven, and will forgive
their sin and heal their land" (2
Chronicles 7:14 NKJV). "Prayer
... America's Hope!"
This message has been
brought to you From the Heart
of Tim Hall, Senior Pastor;
Gully Springs Baptist Church,
and author of "Church Go 'lb
Hell! Please?" RO. Box 745, 2824
Highway 90 West Bonifay, FL
32425, located three miles west
of the light at Highway 79,
850-547-3920, E-mail: timhall
2000@yahoo.com


and sisters in Christ from the
surrounding area on the steps
of the Washington County
Courthouse. And I understand
they send out a welcome to all
again to join them on May 7 from
12:15-12:45 p.m. to lift our voices
and hearts before almighty God
and praise him for all he has
done and to ask his blessings
upon this great nation and its
leaders.
Last year was my second
time to also join with 1,100 prayer


Highway 79.
6 p.m. Holmes County
Tax Watch meets at Simbo's
Restaurant on Highway 79 in
Bonifay.
6 p.m. Ponce de Leon
City Council meeting.
8 p.m. Narcotics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Highway 2 in Hol-
mes County.

Friday May 8
CLOSED Wausau Li-
brary.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chi-
pley Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and social-
ization.
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.
1-6 p.m. Vernon Library
open.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveaways. Refresh-
ments available.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chi-
pley.

Saturday, May 9
CLOSED Wausau Li-
brary, Chipley Library, Ver-
non Library
8 a.m. to noon Holmes
County Library open.
7-10 p.m. -Geneva
Senior Citizens Dance at
Geneva Community Center,
North Iris Street, every Sat-
urday for those 21 and older.
Country music by the Flat
County Band. Admission is
$4, 50-50 giveaway, refresh-
ments, no smoking or alco-
hol.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking
or alcohol. Door prizes and
50/50 giveaways. Refresh-
ments available.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous meeting, held at Boni-
fay Methodist Church, Boni-
fay, on Oklahoma Street.

Sundy Mar S *
1 p.m. Abate of Flor-
ida, a Motorcyclist Rights
Organization, meets at
2229 Bonifay-Gritney Road.
For information, call 850-


548-5187.
8 p.m. -Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held in
the board room at Gracev-
ille-Campbellton Hospital in
Graceville.

Monda% May 11
CLOSED -Holmes
County Library, Wausau Li-
brary, Vernon Library.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, ac-
tivities, hot meals and social-
ization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches. For
reservations, call 638-6217;
donations accepted.
6-7:30 p.m. Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a
domestic violence support
group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the
SADVP Rural Outreach of-
fice at 1461 S. Railroad Ave.,
Apartment 1, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m. Esther Masonic
Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, on Highway 177A,
Bonifay.

TUeSday, May I 2
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vernon
Library open.
9 a.m. Holmes County
School Board, District Of-
fice, Pennsylvania Avenue in
Bonifay.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches; For
reservations, call 638-6217;
donations accepted.
Noon Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship,
Chipley.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
5:30 p.m. Chipley Down-
town Merchants Association,
827 Main St.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each 'lI~esday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
7 p.m. Westville City
Council meeting.
7 p.m. Esto Town Coun-
cil meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held at
First Presbyterian Church,
Chipley.
8 p.m. -Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


In Matthew 7:15-20,
Christ says, "Beware of false
prophets, which come to
you in sheep's clothing, but
inwardly they are ravening -=
wolves. Ye shall know them
by their fruits. Do men gather
grapes of thorns, or figs of
thistles? Even so every good LET
tree bringeth forth good fruit; LIGHT
but a corrupt tree bringeth Wes
forth evil fruit. A good tree
cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither
can a corrupt tree bring forth good
fruit. Every tree that bringeth not
forth good fruit is hewn down, and
cast into the fire. Wherefore by their
fruits ye shall know them."
Christ tells His disciples to watch
out for those false teachers who
would lead them astray. The question
I ask you is, are you watching out
for them as Christ instructed? Are
you paying close attention to those
who are instructing you in the word
of God? Are they teaching the same
things that are taught in the Bible?
First of all, we need to be able to
recognize and rebuke false teaching.
In Acts 17:11, Luke records, "These
were more noble than those in
Thessalonica, in that they received
the word with all readiness of mind,
and searched the scriptures daily,
whether those things were so."
Why were these said to be more
noble? Because they searched the
Scriptures daily to see whether what
they were being taught was true.
Do you search the Scriptures to see
whether what you are being taught is
correct, or do you just take someone's
word for it?
In 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Paul writes,
"All scripture is given by inspiration of
God, and is profitable for doctrine, for
reproof, for correction, for instruction
in righteousness: That the man of
God may be perfect, thoroughly
furnished unto all good works."
This is a scripture many of us
know and can quote, but do we use
it? Are you familiar enough with the
word of God that you can use it to
see if someone is teaching error? We
should never stop searching the word
of God.
I believe we need to realize that
some false teachers come from
within. Some congregations have
been ripped apart because of this.
In 1 Timothy 4:1-3, Paul wrote to
Timothy and said, "Now the Spirit
speaketh expressly, that in the latter
times some shall depart from the
faith, giving heed to seducing spirits,
and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies
in hypocrisy; having their conscience
seared with a hot iron; Forbidding to
marry, and commanding to abstain
from meats, which God hath created to
be received with thanksgiving of them
which believe and know the truth."
Paul makes it very clear that some
will leave the faith and begin to teach
contrary to the word of God. In Acts
20:29-31, Luke records the words
of Paul: "For I know this, that after
my departing shall grievous wolves
enter in among you, not sparing the
flock. Also of your own selves shall
men arise, speaking perverse things,


to draw away disciples after
them. Therefore watch, and
remember, that by the space
of three years I ceased not to
warn every one night and day
with tears."
Paul told them specifically
that some from among their
OUR own would rise up and tear
SHINIE the flock apart. Some say that
WVebb this will never happen to their
congregation. I am sure that
is what others have said just before it
happened to them.
We must also stand against those
who teach things contrary to the word
of God.
In 2 Timothy 4:1-5 Paul writes, "I
charge thee therefore before God,
and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall
judge the quick and the dead at his
appearing and his kingdom; Preach
the word; he instant in season, out
of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort
with all long-suffering and doctrine.
For the time will come when they will
not endure sound doctrine; but after
their own lusts shall they heap to
themselves teachers, having itching
ears; And they shall turn away their
ears from the truth, and shall be
turned unto fables. But watch thou in
all things, endure afflictions, do the
work of an evangelist, make full proof
of thy ministry." We must always
be willing to stand for the truth and
never waver.
Paul also told Timothy in 2 Timothy
2:15-16, "Study to show thyself
approved unto God, a workman that
needeth not to be ashamed, rightly
dividing the word of truth.
But shun profane and vain
babblings: for they will increase unto
more ungodliness."
Too many times, there have been
those who have given in just a little,
and before they realize, they have
been engulfed by false teaching.
The only way we can rightly divide
the word of truth is by knowing and
understanding what the Scriptures
teach.
In conclusion, we need to
remember that we each are
responsible for the destination of our
own soul.
In Philippians 2:12 Paul says,
"Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have
always obeyed, not as in my presence
only, but now much more in my
absence, work out your own salvation
with fear and trembling."
The final destination of my soul is
too important to me to let someone
else tell me what I need to do. I am
going to search the Scriptures to find
out all I need to be doing to make sure
I have a home in Heaven. I will listen
carefully to what is being taught in
my congregation, and I will search
the Scriptures to see whether it is
true. I urge you to do the same. The
Scriptures are very clear that some
will be lead astray by false teachers.
If you care where you will spend
eternity, then you should be willing to
search the Scriptures for the truth.
This message has been provided
by Wes Webb, evangelist, Chipley
Church of Christ, 1295 Brickyard Rd.
Chipley, FL 32428, 850-638-2366.


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Community CALENDAR


Wednesday, May 6
CLOSED Wausau Li-
brary.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the pub-
lic every Wednesday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meetings are
the fourth Wednesday of the
month at 2 p.m.
10:30 a.m. Chipley Gar-
den Club luncheon/meeting.
Call 638-2111 for information.
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 Boni-
fay.
1-6 p.m. Vernon Library
open.
1 p.m. Line dancing,
Washington Council on Aging
in Chipley.
7 p.m. Depression and
Bipolar Support Group meets
at First Baptist Church edu-
cational annex building in
Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m. -Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church
on Main Street in Ponce de
Leon.

Thursday May 7
CLOSED Vernon Li-
brary
8 a.m. Holmes County
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches. For
reservations, call 638-6217;
donations accepted.
11:30 a.m. Friends of
the Washington County Li-
brary meeting, held at Chi-
pley Woman's Club building.
Noon Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New
Life Assembly Fellowship,
Chipley.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
4 p.m. Chipley City
Council workshop, held at
Chipley City Hall.
4:30 p.m. Holmes Coun-
ty Historical Society meet-
ing, held at Historical Society
building, 412 Kansas Ave. in
Bonifay.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m. TOPS meet-
ing, held at Mt. Olive Bap-
tist Church, located three
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MCinistry NEWS


Appreciate x our mUotne
|t 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 g rowing up. A saintly A.3-
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
throughout their lives. Nothing
Changes a person's life more than
having children,and becoming a MI?
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 unique and special 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.
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day morning services begin at 9:30
followed by the regular worship ser-
vice.
Sunday evening services will be-
gin at 5 p.m. Evening services, Mon-
day through Thursday, will begin at
7 p.m.


Mini-concert

at Mt. Olive Baptist
Mt. Olive Baptist Church will host
a mini-concert featuring Jennifer
Strickland during morning service on
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10. Sun-
day school starts at 9:45 a.m. followed
by morning worship and concert at
11 a.m.


is scheduled for Saturday, May 9, at
the Rock Hill church and cemetery.
Everyone with family buried there is
encouraged to go out and help clean
up the grounds. Take a covered dish
to go with the fish for the noon meal.
Donations are needed to help with
the cost of mowing. Call 638-1911 or
638-1103 for directions or to make
donations.


Harris Chapel to hold revival
CARYVILLE Harris Chapel Ho-
liness Church will host a revival
and special singing by Bro. Mark
Blalock and Redeemed on Sunday,
May 10, until further notice. Sun-
day services start at 11 a.m. and


First Freewill Baptist

Gospel sing
BONIFAY Gospel sing featuring
Corner Stone Praise and Worship,
6 p.m. May 2 at First Freewill Baptist
Church of Bonifay, corner of Kansas
and Oklahoma Street. Refreshments
will be offered following the sing.


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


Emeriti missionary Martha Ha good served 1 2
years in Japan and 28 in Nigeria. She was
one of the oldest missionaries present at the
first Wiregrass Area International Missions
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Gospel sing Bible School begin at 7 p.m. The church is
Lakeview Methodist Church will at Nortlisitle Ba tist eight miles north of Caryville on
hold a Gospel sing on Sunday, May 10, Highway 179.
starting at l p.m. Featured singer will PONCE DE LEON Northside Bap-
be Gold Harbor with Darlene Chap- tist Church in Ponce de Leon NOW WOrSilip times
man. The church ison Highway 279 has scheduled Bible School for b
at Pate Pond Road. July 6-10 from 9 a.m. to noon each at Living A ove
day. This year's theme is Boomerang CHIPLEY Living Above Ministries,

Church of Christ Express. 844 Main St. in Chipley, has new wor-

Gospl metingFish fry fundraiser, shSundaycsesv is at 3 p.m., and
ESTO Esto Church of Christ will cmtr lau R k i Thursday services start at 7 p.m.
hold a gospel meet May 17-21 with emtrclauatR kHilPastors are Glen and Rhonda
Cecil May Jr. as guest speaker. Sun- A workday and fish fry fundraiser Gipson.


sions Fellowship Lun-
cheon on April 18.
The two oldest mis-
sionaries present were
both 87. Martha Hagood,
oldest emeriti mission-
ary, served 12 years in
Japan and 28 in Nigeria,
and Forrest Weed (Kay),
served as a missions
volunteer on several
assignments.


GRA(EVILLE 'Twenty-
three International Mis-
SiOn Board (IMB) mis-
SiOnaries, retirees, former
missionaries, and short-
term retired volunteers of
the Southern Baptist Con-
VetiiOn (SBC) gathered
at The Baptist College of
FlOrida (BCF) in Gracev-
ille for the first Wiregrass
Area International Mis-


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 Sundays
at 11 15 a m Pastor Is the
Rev Leon Singleton

She feld oa C~hlplie Pa t r I he Rev
Roy Hudson
St Luke AME 4009 Jackson
Community 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
Carmel Assembly of God
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 services
11 a m and 6 p m every second
Wednesday fellowship supper Pastor
Michael Presley
Little Rock Assem bly of God
1923 Highway 173, six miles north of
Bonifay Pastor Is the Rev Ben Peters
Live Oak Assem bly of God Just off
Highway 177 A north of Bonifay
Mt OliveAssemblyd God Highway
179-Aoff Highway 2 Pastor Thomas
Ealum Jr
Mt Pleasant Assembly of God
Highway 179 A, eight miles north of
Westville Pastor Is the Rev Clyde Smith
New Bethany Assembly of God
Shaky Joe Road just off Highway 280
at Hlnson'sCrossroads Pastor Is Leon
Jenkins
New Life Fellowship Assembly of
God 695 Fifth 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
St ,Noma Pastor Is Jerry Lelsz
Northside Assem bly of God
1009 N Rangeline St across from
Bonifay Elementary Pastor Edwin Bell
Smith Chapel Assembly of God
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Highway 177 A Pastor George Staff ord
Vernon Assembly of God Church
3349 McFatter Ave Pastor Is the Rev
Wesley Hall
Wausau Assembly of God
Highway 77 Pastor Is Danny Burns
Westville Assembly ofGod Highway
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 Highway 77
Bethany Baptist 10 miles north of
Bonifay on Highway 79 Pastor Is Ed
Barley
Bethlehem Baptist Highway 177
Pastor Is Dr Wesley Adams
Beulah Anna Baptist Coursey Road a
half-mile off Highway 81 Pastor Is David
Hldle
Blue Lake Baptist Southeast corner
where |-10 and Highway 77 cross on
the lake
Bonifay First Baptist 311 N
Waukesha Pastor Shelley Chandler
Bonifay Free Will Baptist Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street
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 Highway 2 on 179 Pastor Is
Herman Sellers


Eastside Baptist Highway 277,
Vernon
Esto First Baptist 1050 N Highway
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 H ghway 79 Pastor Rodd Jones
west of Bonifay on Highway 90 Pastor
Tim Hall
Hickory Hill Baptist 1656 Hlckory Hill
Road (Highway 181 N), Westville
Holmes Creek Baptist Cope Road
northwest of Chipley
Holyneck Missionary Baptist
3395 Cemetery Lane, Cam pbellton
Pastor Richard Peterson Sr
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley Price Wilson
Is pastor
Leonia Baptist Church Is located In
northwest Holmes County Pastor Is Stacy
Stafford
Lovewood Free Will Baptist
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale Pastor
Is Henry Matthews
Mt Ararat Missionary Baptist
1233 Old Bonifay Rd Chipley Pastor Is
Dr HG McCollough
Mt Zion Independent Baptist
Highway 2, a mile west of Highway 79 In
Esto Pastor Is Steve Boroughs
New Beginning Baptist 1049 Sanders
Ave, Graceville Pastor Is Rudolph
Dickens
New Concord Free Will Baptist
James Paulk Road off Highwayl77
Pastor James Carnley
New Hope Baptist Intersection of
highways 2 and 179A
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
Greenwood
New Orange Baptist 782 Alf ord
Road PastorIs Alcus Brock
New Prospect Baptist 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor Is Kermit
Solleau
New Zion Baptist Highway l77 A
north of Highway?
Noma Baptist Highway 175 north of
Highway?
Northside Baptist Intersection of
Highway 81 and 90 In Ponce de Leon
Pastor Is Ken Harrison
Oakle Ridge Baptist Corner of
Orange Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads,
southeast of Chipley
Orange Hill Baptist 3 6 miles east of
Wausau, off Ploneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road Pastor Philllp Gainer
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
816 Sunday Rd Chipley Pastor If the
Rev James Johns
Piney Grove Free Will Baptist
1783 Piney Grove Rd. south of Chipley
Pastor Is Tim Owen
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist
1900 Pleasant Hill Rd
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist Poplar Head Road Pastor Is the
Rev James Pate
Poplar Springs Baptist
1098 Lovewood Road, Graceville Pastor
John Hcwell
Salem Free Will Baptist
2555 Kynesville Road (Highway 276)
between Cottondale and Alford Pastor Is
Donnie Hussey
Sand Hills Baptist 6758 Highway 77
Pastor 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 Matthew's Missionary Baptist
4156 St Matthew's Road, Caryville Pastor
Is the Rev James Johns
Shady Grove Baptist Church
1955 Highway 177 A, Bonifay 547-3517
Pastor Is Tim Shumaker
Shiloh Baptist Church located
on Highway 277, three miles south d
Highway 90 In Chipley
Shiloh Missionary Baptist 3013
Moss Hill Road In Vernon Pastor Rev
Marcellous Willls Jr
Sunny Hills First Baptist 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd Pastor Is Mike Swingle
Union Hill Baptist Highway 177, a
mile south df Highway 2 Pastor Is Maurice
Jenkins
Unity Baptist 3274 River Road,
Hlnson's Crossroads Pastor Is Lindsey
Martin
Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church
St Vernon
West Bonifay Baptist 609W Indlana
Ave
Lutheran


Grace Lutheran Highway 90 East,
Bonifay Interim pastor Is Jerry Conley
Catholic
Blessed Trinity Catholic Highway
177-A In Bonifay
St Joseph the Worker Catholic
Highway 77South, Chipley
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ
1295 Brickyard Road Wes Webb Is

mlno Church of Christ 1247 N
Highway 79
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God Brock Ave
Pastor Is John Stamey
Tabernacle of Praise Church of
God Highway 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 Seventh St (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 Highway 90
West, Chipley Vicar Is Ward S Clarke
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness Elght miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179
Pastors are the Rev Norman and Judy
Harris
Sweet Gum Holiness 105 Corbln
Road, Cottondale
Third United Holiness 608 W Elghth
Ave ,Graceville Pastor Is Arthur Fulton
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses 2048 Highway77, Chipley
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses Highway90, Bonifay
Jewish
Temples are available In Dothan and
Panama City
Islam
Mosque available In Blountstown
Pentecostal
First United Pentecostal
1816 Highway 90 West, Chipley Pastor
is James Caudle
First United Pentecostal
2100 Highway 90 West, Westville
Pastor Jason Campbell
Open Pond United Pentecostal
1885 Highway 179-A, Westville Pastor Is
Ray Connell
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead Pastor Is Larry Willoughby
True Holiness Pentecostal
5099 Little Rock Circle, Ebro Pastor Is
Louis D Brown
Turning Point First United
Pentecostal Highway 90 West, Chipley
Pastor Is James Caudle
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness
2201 Ploneer Road Pastor Is James
Bawilck
Fifth United Pentecostal Holliness
church, 776 Peach St Chipley Pastor Is
Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor Is
Evangelist B Snipes
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist
604 Mathusek St Pastor Is Jeff
Westberg
Methodist
Bethlehem United Methodist
Highway 177, look for sign
Bonifay United Methodist Oklahoma
Street
Cedar Grove United Methodist
Two miles west of Miller's Crossroads on
Highway 2 Pastor Is John Hinkle
Chipley First United Methodist
1285 Jackson Ave
East Mt Zion United Methodist
Highway 173 North, 10 miles from
Bonifay
Lakeview United Methodist Highway
279 near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive Pastor Mike Weeks
Mt Ida Congregational Methodist
Just off Highway 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 Highway 81 (look
for sign)
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hlnson


Crossroads
Poplar Head United Methodist
1 5 miles north of Highway 2 on
Highway 163
Red Hill United Methodist State
Road 2, two miles west of SR 79 Pastor
Is the Rev Buddy Pennington
Vernon United Methodist
Highway 79 Pastor Is John Kramer
Wausau United Methodist

P ebyeri~an
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 Road, Chipley
Pastor Isaac Harmon
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints, North Ride, Bonifay,
FL 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 Highway
77 Pastor Is William E Holman
Northwest Florida Christian Church
4465 Highway 77
Amazing Grace Falth Fellowship
Assembly 3253 Highway 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 building,
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 630p m,
Sunday, 230-4 30 p m TG Hobbs,
pastor
Vernon Evangelistic Highway 79
Pastor Keith Mashburn
White Double Pond Pastor Is
Michael Monk
Liberty Church Creek Road In
Vernon Pastor Is Dennis Boyett
Graceville Community 1005 E Prim
Ave Pastor Dale Worle
The Word Church 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale Pastors are Buddy and
Jeanne Steele
Grace & Glory Worship Center
1328 Rallroad Ave Chipley Pastor Is
Debble Willlams
House of Prayer Worship Center
763 West Blvd Pastor Is Anthony B
McKinnie
Northwest Florida Christian Church
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at
6 p m for Bible study) Pastor Is Fred
King
Moss Hill Church Second and fourth
Sunday, 2 p m Off Highway 279
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
Vernon Pastors are Willls and Drucile
Hagan
Pine Hill Church 1675 Robins
Bridge Road, Bonifay 32425 Pastors
B T Owens and James Bush
Cypress Creek Community Church
2 5 miles west of Alford at
1772 Macedonia Road Pastor Is
James Vickery
Bonnett Pond Community Church
2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
Wausau and Vernon Pastor Is the Rev
Teddy Joe Blas
The Potter's Hands Greenhead
at corner of Highway 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 Road Pastor Devon Richter
Sapp Holiness Church 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale
Falth Covenant Fellowship
Highway 277, half-mile south of 1-10
Caryville Evangelistic Center
Wright's Creek Road In Caryville, just
north of Highway 90 Pastor Is Wayne
Brannon
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc 1705 Ploneer Road,
Chipley Just 25 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


FAITH


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Houses of WORSHIP





Mary W. Vickers
1916 2009

Mary W. Vickers, 92 of Panama City, went home
to be with the Lord while sur-
rounded by her family at Bay /
Medical Center on Wednes-
day, April 29, 2009.
She was a skilled
seamstress who enjoyed .


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Obituaries


Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Lena Boston, 90, of
Chipley died April 26 at her
home. She was a native
of Cottondale but lived
in Washington County
most of her life. She was a
homemaker and a member
of the Jerusalem Baptist
Church in Chipley.
Her husband, Henry;
three sons, Frank, Thomas
and Donald Lee and a
daughter, Viola Wright,
preceded her in death.
Survivors include her
children, Norman Boston
and wife, Vanna, James
Boston and wife, Minnie,
Fannie Wilson and husband,
the Rev. Price Wilson, Pearl
McDonald and husband,
Charles, Alice Boston,
Inez L,
Inez L. Gregg, 98, of the
Shady Grove community
died April 26, in Marianna.
A life long resident of
Jackson County, she was a
former employee of Quincy
Cigar Company and a
member of Shady Grove
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Albert L. Gregg.
Survivors include one
step-son, Doyle Gregg of
Greenville, SC; three step-
daughters, Carlos Fisher
Eula L,
Eula Lee Smith, 92, of
Bonifay died April 24 at
Doctors Memorial Hospital
in Bonifay. She was born
Aug. 9, 1916, in Georgiana,
Ala. to the late George W.
and Rosa Boutwell Herring.
In addition to her
parents, her husband,
Henry Leamon Smith, and
one daughter, Iva Smith,
precede her in death.
Survivors include five
sons, Wendell Smith and
theMaryan f R e
Ray Smith and wife
Sandra, Ronnie Sm th and
wife, Jane, all of Bonifay
and Roy Smith and wife,

Sharon K.
Sharon Kay Woodbury,
67, of New Hope, died April
26 at Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. A native
of Tampa, she had been a
resident of New Hope for
the past 23 years. She was a
homemaker and member of
Live Oak Baptist Church.
Survivors include:
three sons, Charles Earl
Longieliere and wife, Jenny,
of Daryl, Ga., Michael Lloyd
Keister and wife, Kelly,
of Fort Meade, Timothy


Willie Boston, Jake Boston
and wife, Rhonda, Jeanette
McDonald and husband,
James, Mary Campbell and
husband, Chester, all of
Chipley: 52 grandchildren;
59 great-grandchildren; 16
great-great-grandchildren
and many other relatives
and friends.
Services were held
on May 2 at Jerusalem
Baptist Church with the
Revs. Price Wilson, Cleve
Wedderman, Malcom
Nelson and Woodrow
Wilson officiating.
Interment followed in
the Northside Cemetery
in Chipley with Cooper
General Home in charge of
arrangements.

. GreSS
of Chipley, Shirley Gregg of
White Springs and Virginia
Proctor of Tavares; two
sisters, Velma S. Linton
and Wilma S. Linton both of
Crawfordville and several
nieces and nephews. .
Services were Apnil 29
at Shady Grove Baptist
Church with Rev. James
Swafford officiating.
Interment followed in the
church cemetery with
James & Sikes Ekneral
Home Maddox Chapel
directing.

.Smith
Linda, of Thousand Oaks,
Calif.; two daughters,
Shirley Hill and husband,
Jim, of Aurora, Colo., Linda
Sue Johnston and husband,
Tom, of Denver, Colo.; three
sisters, Jewel McNaughton,
Nettie Cartwright, both
of Greenville, Ala., Betty
Kelley of Prattville, Ala.;
17 grandchildren, 26 great-
grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren:
Services were held Apil
e8at Pn HinlieChu h ih
officiating. Interment
followed in the church
cemetery with Peel Elneral
Home of Bonifay, directing.

Woodbur
Greg Keister and fiance,
VaLena, of New Hope; one
brother; Wayne Wilson of
Plant City; a sister; Shirley
Johnson of Dover; 15
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.
Memorialization by
cremation under the
direction of Brown Elneral
Home in Chipley will
be followed by private
memorial services at a later
date. Sign online register at
brownfh.net.


Charles A. Barrentine,
80, of Graceville died April
25 at his home following a
brief illness. He was born
in Cottondale, Dec. 1, 1928
to the late James Allen
and Camellia McGowan
Barrentine. A retired Staff
Sergeant with the U. S. Air
Force following over 20
years of service. He and
his crew hold the "longest
record of staying aloft in
a C-130." Barrentine also
retired as a cottage parent
with Sunland Training
Center in Marianna
following 15 years. He
was a member of the First
Assembly of God Church in
Graceville.
He is preceded in death
by his parents; three
children, Jerry, Steve and
Karen; two sisters and two

Buddy
Buddy L. Eaton, 62, of
Vernon died April 28 at his
home. A native of Bristol,
Tenn., he was resident
of Vernon for the past 25
years after coming from
Orlando. He was a U.S.
Army veteran of Vietnam,
serving as a medic. He
was a member of the VEW.
Vernon Post and was of the
Protestant faith,
Survivors include his
wife, Wanda L. Eaton, of
Vernon; one son, Buddy
Edward and wife, Diane
Eaton, of Westville;
one daughter, Tina and
husband, Bruce Locklear,
of Vernon, his mother,
Willidean Eaton of Bristol,
Tenn.; a brother; Dennis


brothers.
Survivors include his
wife of 57 years, Wilma
Barrentine of Graceville;
two sons Michael "Mike"
Barrentine of Tallahassee,
Gregory "Greg"
Barrentine of Graceville;
two brothers Chalmas
Barrentine of Sneads, Billy
Barrentine of Graceville;
eight grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren and
several nieces, nephews
and cousins.
Services were held
April 28 at the First
Assembly of God Church in
Graceville with the Revs.
John Broome and Charles
Jackson officiating. Burial
followed in Pilgrim Rest
Cemetery with James &
Lipford Ekneral Home in
Graceville directing.

L. Eaton
Eaton of Blountville,
Tenn.; a sister, Glenna
Kassem of Bristol; six
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Services were held
May 1. in the funeral home
chapel Hwy 77, Chipley,
with the Revs. Eddie Eaton
and Don Quick officiating.
Cremation will follow under
the direction of Brown
General Home in Chipley
In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to
Florida Baptist Children's
Home, 8415 Buck Lake
Road, Tallahassee, Fl.
32317. Friends and Family
may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.
net


John Wilmer Curry,
84, of Bonifay died April
23 at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan,
Ala. He was born Oct.
29, 1924, in Bonifay to the
late George William and
Elizabeth Nancy Scott
Curry.
In addition to his
parents, he is preceded
in death by two brothers,
Aubra Curry and Ray
Curry; two sisters, Irene
Crews and Muriel Curry.
Survivors include his
wife, Lady B. Brown Curry,
of Bonifay; three sons,
Larry Curry and wife,
Rhonda, Lynn Curry, and

Edna M.
Edna Maxine West
Hughes, 68, of Geneva, Ala.
died Apnil 27.

194Shein ont Wnshing n
to the late Charlie Adoskie
and Vada Barton West. She
was assistant manager
of Bill's Dollar Store in
Geneva for fifteen years
and was a member of
Mt. Olive Assembly God
Church for many years.
In addition to her
parents, a brother, Charles
Hubert West, preceded her
in death.
Survivors include her
husband, Charlie E Hughes
of Geneva; one daughter,
Kim and husband, Will


John Curry Jr. and wife,
Jeanna, all of Bonifay; one
daughter, Diane Brown and
husband, Fred, of Bonifay;
two sisters, Sue Strickland
and husband, Billy, and
Marie French, all of Lake
City; nine grandchildren,
10 great-grandchildren and
one great-great-grandchild.
Services were held
April 26 at Izagora
Congregational Methodist
Church with the Revs.
Tom Whiddon James Dye
officiating. Interment
followed in the church
cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay
directing.


Hughes
Smith, Leonia; three sisters
and brothers-in-law, Mary
and Dixion Lee, Catherine

dhro anS dimHowell,
all of Geneva; one brother,
Jimmy (Cheryl) West,
Bonifay; one grandchild and
several nieces, nephews,
other extended family and
friends.
Services were April 29 at
Mt. Olive Assembly of God
Church in Holmes County
with the Revs. Thomas
Ealum, Cloys Joiner and
Charles Pettis officiating.
Burial will follow in the
church cemetery with
Sorrells Ekneral Home of
Geneva directing.


Mg[
Mary Francis Landers
84, of Westville died April
29. She was born Sept.
27, 1924, in Dale County,
Ala iaontheolrat Columbus
Mellie Whitener. Her
favorite past time was
fishing and working in
her garden. She was
a very loving mother,
grandmother and great-
grandmother.
In addition to her
parents, her husband,
James Lavillon Landers,
and a son, Kenneth
Jefferson Landers,
preceded her in death.
Survivors include


F. LgM OfS
three sons, Jimmie and
wife Ann Landers, Tim
Landers and Ted Landers
and two daughters, Gencie
Cmma deroandeMta gret

five grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren and
other extended family and
friends.
Service was held May 2
in the funeral home chapel
with the Rev. Kenneth
Bradley officiating. Burial
followed in the Hickory
Hill Baptist Church
Cemetery in Holmes
County with Sorrells
General Home of Geneva
directing.


Ruby Pennington
Ruby Hood Pennington, Pennington and wife,
99, of Ponce de Leon died Carolyn, of Panama City;
April 24 at her home. She four sisters, Lavelle Brooks
was born August 4, 1909 of Ponce de Leon, Pauline
in Westville to the late Luechauer and husband,
Charles Dana and Amanda Dan of Hollywood, Grady
Arnold Hood. Sue Williams and husband,
In addition to her Buford, of Chipley, Glendine
parents, she is preceded Haneline and husband,
in death by her husband, Don, of Jacksonville; 10
Henry Grady Pennington; grandchildren, 17 great-
one son-in-law, Charles grandchildren and two
Brooks; one great- great-great-grandchildren.
granddaughter, Abigail Services were held April
Mattox; six brothers, Curtis 28, at Northside Baptist
Wade, Howard Hood, Church in Ponce de Leon
David Crockett Hood, John with the Revs. Kenneth
Randolph Hood, Kimmie Harrison, Dan Padgett,
Hood, Wilbur Glenn Hood; Buford Williams and
three sisters, Annie Lee Calvert Wallace officiating.
Wade, Geraldine Hood Interment followed in
Guntner; Annie B. Hood the Ponce de Leon City
Windham. Cemetery with Peel
Survivors include Ekneral Home of Bonifay
one brother, Charles directing.

Jerry A. Kent


Gertrude Albritton
Skinner, 91, died Apil
23. One of nine children
she grew up in rural
Washington County and

ie inmFa ete cha aa i ing
her family and helping
on the family farm. After
haerr husband retie frotme
Dothan Nursing Home for
12 years.

years ,Calnde .Solder,
and two sons, James Alan
and Charles Earl Skinner
preceded her in death.
Survivors include three
daughters, Dorothy Wisler
and husband, Charlie, of
Graceville, Judy Williamson


and husband Mike, of
Panama City Beach, Lisa
Marie Crosby and husband,
Sam, of Jacksonville; three
sons, Wayne Skinner and
wife,dC ronyn,rof Fdtte,

Gloria, of Panama City
Beach, William Skinner and
wie T ers ofRD han,
Albritton of Cottondale; 11
grandchildren, 19 great-
tradchildren; irehn great-
many nieces and nephews.
Services were held
April 25 at Mount Calvary
Baptist Church in Fadette.
Williams Ekneral Home of
Graceville was in charge of
arrangements.


Jerry Allen Kent, 61,
of Alford, died April 26 in
Wa ng naie andnl I og
resident of Alford, served
in the US Army for two
years and was stationed
in Germany. He retired as
owner-operator of Kent's
Cabinet Shop with more
than 25 years of service to
the community.
He is preceded in death
by his parents, Benjamin
and Marie Kent; daughter,
Brandy Kent and
granddaughter, Tristen
Sims.
Survivors include three
daughters, Bengie K. Sims
and husband, Anthony of
Marianna, Wendy Burke


and husband, James of
Sneads and Andi Kent

re~nd ad foteh of
his children, Sue Kent of
Dellwood; one brother,
Benjamin Kent, Jr. of
Panama City; three
sisters, Neoma Finch of
Wausau, Ann Briggs of
Cottondale and Linda
Harris of Alford; three
grandchildren, and many
friends.
Services were in
Eastside Baptist Church
on April 29 with Dr. Steve
Canada officiating. Burial
followed in Sink Creek
Cemetery with James
& Sikes Elneral Home
directing.


Sheryl L. White
Sheryl Lynn White, husband, James Allen
49, of Dothan, formerly of White, of Dothan; two
Cottondale died April 29 at daughters, Kimberly
her home. She was born "Kim" Hamilton of Taylor,
in Panama City Feb. 10, Ala. and Kacie Conner of
1960, to the late Horace Dothan; a stepdaughter,
and Arlene Christmas Brooke Lunseth of Dothan;
Gay. She lived in Arcadia two sisters, Cindy Sloan
for several years before of Panama City and Vickie
turning t oonalda.d fBrorgdoan if ottrondale;

was an inspiration to all; several aunts, uncles,
especially to her dad as nieces, nephews, cousins
together they received and friends.
their high school diplomas. Services were May 2
In addition to her at Piney Grove Baptist
par nts, heregr ndparents, Curch withhRbem. Ellis

(Benefield) Gay and Ellis officiating. Burial
H. and Mattie (Burke) followed in the church
Christmas she was cemetery with James &
preceded in death. Lipford Ekneral Home in
Survivors include her Graceville directing.


coo ngl anl eng w~
her family as they brought
her great joy. She had been a
resident of Bay County sincr
1956.


She is survived by 2 sons, Bill Vickers( Rut h)
of Bonifay, FL, Jim Vickers (Belinda) of Pensacola,
FL; 3 daughters, Helen Mims (Drafton) of Bonifay,
FL, Virginia "Jenny" Smith of Pensacola, FL, Deb-
bie McLain (George) of Panama City, FL; 17 grand-
children, 34 great grandchildren and 9 great great
grandchildren.
Mary is preceded in death by her husband of 72
years, William C. Vickers, Sr., a granddaughter, Bar-
bara Mims and son-in-law, Roy K. Smith,
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, May 2,
2009 at 4:00 PM and the family will receive friends
from 3:00 4:00 PM in the chapel of Kent Forest
Lawn Funeral Home with the Rev. Tommy Moore
assisted by Rev. Jerry Moore officiating. Interment
will follow service at Evergreen Memorial Gardens.
Her grandsons will serve as pallbearers, Randy
Vickers, Eddie Vickers, Kel Smith, Ronnie Mims,
Mitchell Vickers, Daniel McLain, and Charles
McLain,
Memorial Contributions may be made to Cov-
enant Hospice 107 W. 19th Street, Panama City, FL
32405; Red Hill Methodist Church, 3035 Van Land-
ingham Road, Bonifay, FL 32425; or Carmel As-
sembly of God, 1485 Carmel Church Road, Bonifay,
FL 32425, in Mary Vickers name.
Special heartfelt Thank You goes out to Dr. Ad-
hal, Dr. Richard Walker, Covenant Hospice, the
nurses and staff at Bay Medical Center Stepdown
and Tripp Shipman.
Kent Forest Lawn, 2403 Harrison Avenue, (850)
763-4694


Ralph E. Taylor
Ralph Edward Taylor, Bradshaw and husband,
60, of Bonifay died Apnil 23 Royce, of Hartford, Ala.,
at Shands at University of Joyce Moss and husband,
Florida in Gainesville. He Ernest, of Panama City;

B niaytot elat 1 Icm tT 1 o adier ario a
and Idella Barentin Taylor. Eugene Taylor and wife,
In addition to his Betty, all of Bonifay.
parents, one brother, Lewis Services were held
Taylor, and one sister, Apnil 27 at New Smyrna
Bonnie Lee, precede him Assembly of God Church
in death, with the Revs. Josh
He is survived by his Garner, Mike White and
wife, Marilyn Joyce Sasnett Michael Tadlock officiating.
Taylor, of Bonifay; one son, Interment followed in the
Justin Wade Taylor and Union Hill Baptist Church
wife, Krista, of Lakeland; Cemetery with Peel
three sisters, Lavern Ekneral Home of Bonifay
Gilley of Bonif ay, Carolyn directing.
Verng M. Ig(f0W


Frank E~
Frank E. Wilkins, 69,
of Caryville died April 29
at the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
in Chipley. He lived in
Caryville since 2002
moving from Kissimmee.
He was retired from the
local union 803 as a heating
and cooling technician.
Survivors include three
sons, Dean Wilkins and
wife, Lorrie, of Chipley,
Scott Wilkins of St. Cloud
and Mark Wilkins of
Kissimmee; one daughter,


. Wilkins
Dania Timmons of
Kissimmee; two brothers,
Joe Egolf of Melbourne
and Chuck Egolf of
California; one sister,
Debbie of Melbourne;
seven grandchildren and
one great-grandchild.
Service was May
3, in Oceola Memory
Gardens Elneral Home
with the Rev. Billy Rigsby
officiating. Burial followed
in Pleasant Hill Cemetery
with Obert Ekneral Home
of Chipley directing.


Verna Mae Tedrow, 79,
of Chipley died April 28 at
her daughter's residence
in rural Washington
County. She was born July
18, 1929, in Johnstown,
Penn. She served as
a nurse in the United
States Navy and was a
homemaker.
Her parents, Chick and
Vada Custard, preceded


her in death.
She was survived by
her three daughters,
Cathy Soto of Chipley,
Rose Areas of Greensboro
and Vada Lamb of Alba,
Ala.; 11 grandchildren and
10 great-grandchildren.
Memorialization by
cremation was arranged
by Peel Ekneral Home of
Bonifay


Charles A. Barrentine


John W. Curry


Lena Boston


Gertrude Skinner


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Peter Lloyd Paul, Jr.,
92, of Bonifay died April
28 at his home following
a brief illness. He was
born April 16, 1917, in the
Prosperity community to
the late Peter Lloyd and
Nelle Bullard Paul. Lloyd
grew up in his father's
turpentine business. In
1941 he moved to Bonifay
and he married Virginia
Drummond Paul April 25,
1943. He proudly served
his country in World War
II in France and Germany.
Following his return
from the war, Lloyd was
employed by the Bank
of Bonifay. He once


Community

EVENTS


Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement's watch
the bats is May 8
Come and join us for
Bat Night at the Panhan-
dle Pioneer Settlement on
May 8, at 6:30 p.m.
Bring your lawn chairs
and help us count the bats
as they come out of their
house for their nightly
feeding. It is a very un-
usual site.
aiAdlts en~nd 11sild eun
national event. Ice cream,
other refreshments and
bat houses will be avail-
able for a donation. There
will also be a free movie.
Bring blankets or lawn
chairs and come and enjoy
the evening.
The Panhandle Pioneer
settleme taisoi osamml A

west of the intersection of
Hwy 71 and Hwy 20. For
more information, contact
the Settlement at 674-2777
For directions and in-
formation on the historic
buildings at the Settlement
go to: www.ppmuseum.org

New Hope School
reunio~nato b~e held


NEW HOPE New Hope
School will hold its 17th
school reunion on May 30
at the New Hope Volun-
teer Fire Department at
the Hwy 2 and Geneva/
Westville Road crossing in
Holmes County.
Reunion festivities be-
gin at 10 a.m. with a cov-
ered dish lunch at noon.
Be sure to take a covered
dish, tea or cold drinks.
Paper goods and utensils
will be furnished. All for-
mer students are invited
to attend.
For more information,
call Posie Vaughn, 956-
2502; Gordon Huggins,
956-2688 or Pearl Thomp-
son, 956-4537.


Covenant Hospice
announces oar en
Gala event
MARIANNA Covenant
Hospice will hold its 4th
Annual Garden Gala from
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 27
at the National Guard Ar-
mory, 3645 Hwy 90 West in
Marianna.
Hosted by WJHG's
Neysa Wilkins, the eve-
ning 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 pro-
ceeds will go to support un-
der-funded and non-reim-
bursed special programs
at Covenant Hospice.
For more information
about the event or spon-
sorship opportunities,
contact Jennifer Griffin at
850- 82- m I, 850- 0- 22

griffinecovenanthospice.


org.
Also, visit our website
at www.covenanthospice.
org/marianna.


again served his country
during the Korean
Conflict. Upon his return
in 1952 he bought the
Holmes County Erniture
Company from John
Kirkland and sold the
business in 1988.
He was an active
member of the First
United Methodist Church
of Bonifay. He was the last
living charter member of
the Bonifay Kiwanis Club.
In 2001, the Kiwanis Club
honored Lloyd as Bonifay
Man of the Year.
He was a mason of
the Ester Lodge #144 in
Bonifay and was a Shriner


of the Shaddai Temple in
Panama City. He was a
lifetime member of the
American Legion and
the Veterans of Foreign
Wars and was the oldest
member of the Bonifay
Hunting and Fishing Club.
Lloyd was preceded
in death by his parents
and one sister, Hazel Paul
Presnell.
He is survived by his
wife of 66 years, Virginia
Drummond Paul; two
sons, Peter Lloyd Paul
III and wife, Joanna
Patterson, of Pensacola
and Addison Drummond
Paul and wife, Melissa


Parker, of Enterprise,
Ala.; one grandson and a
host of friends.
Services were held
Maylat the First United
Methodist Church of
Bonifay. Burial followed
in the Bonifay Memorial
Cemetery with Peel .
General Home directing.
In lieu of flowers,
contributions may
be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette
Street, Suite C, Marianna,
Florida 32446, or The First
United Methodist Church,
202 North Oklahoma
Street, Bonifay, Florida
32425.


Florence Chambliss
Green, 66, of Graceville
died April 24 at the home of
her daughter following an
extended illness. She was
born Nov. 4, 1942, to the
late Zed Melvin and Mattie
Lee Fears Chambliss.
A native and life long
resident of Jackson
County, she was a retired
seamstress with Vanity
Fair Mills and worked as
a caregiver for the past
several years.
Her parents, two
brothers and two sisters
precede her in death.
Survivors include her


children, David Green
of Dothan, Ala., Kenneth
Green, Kimberly Green
Cobb, both of Graceville
and Robert Green of
USAF: Hawaii; five
brothers, two sisters, eight
grandchildren, three great-
grandchildren, numerous
nieces and nephews.
Service was April 27
at New Hope Assembly
of God Church with the
Revs. Marrell Turvin and
Johnny Shepard officiating.
Burial followed in church
cemetery with James &
Lipford Ekneral Home in
Graceville directing.


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Plaintiff tec 8 31 1 SO LN ADRGTO South Waukesha St. Bonl- run by local service agen- gle Family Mortgage Reve- sloners
-VS ~~~feet, thence NO 07 32 E DEFENDANT(S) WAY LINE 82.27 FEET TO fa l 22.Wl odaclesin the area. The Local nue Bonds In multiple Holmes County, Florida
CHARLES T. VOCELLE 582.54 feet to the point of THE POINT OF priate or. public sale hond Ba rdiepnlo series from time to time. As published In the
beginning.ntso NOTICE OFBGINING recommending agencies The proceeds of such Holmes County
| 1100 | 3dCELLwEf, LOI at public sale, to the high- FORECLOSURE SALE Any person claiming an th otpt fhs to receive these funds bonds together with funds Times-Advertiser May 6,
Defendants etadbs idrfrNTC S HRB Interest In the surplus from in to Fl. Statute 83, made available through fo te ore via 09
cash at 11:00 on the 21st GIVEN pursuant to a the sale, Ifany, other than 80.3.0. ean a the ARRA. ble to the Authority, will be
FORM OF ADVERTISE- CLERK S NOTICE OF day of May, 2009, at the Summary Final Judgment the property owner as ofunl30hoMa209t Under the terms of the used to finance, or refund
MENT FOR COMPLETION SALE frn oro h omsof Foreclosure dated 4/16, the date of the Ils pend- 1:0Ato nfulNogrant from the National outstanding obligations,
NOTICE IS HEREBY County Courthouse, Bonl- 2009 entered in Civil Case ens, must file a claim checks. temofpa generally Board, local agencies cho- the proceeds of which will
LEGAL NOTICE GIE htprun otefay, Florida. No. 30-2008-CA-000362 of wihn6 ay fe hecs hou ehol sorage n.ra sen to receive funds must: be used to finance the pur- Notice of Sale
Notceisheebygientht IVntaluget pusatof Foel-DTDti 4hdyo the Circuit Court of the sale Bouieldn 3 nt15 ToInya 1) be private voluntary chase of single family resl- 1) Thomas, Suanne Kelly
StriklanContruciona suread SleenteoFred n prl,209 14TH Judicial Circuit In Dated this 20 day of April, Johns: PO box 976 Bonl- non-profits or units of gov- dences to be occupied pnl- 1989 Mazda, 2 dr, Grey
Copay f anmaCiyte aue enin i teCODY TAYLOR and for HOLMES County, 2009. faF.345ernment; 2) have an ac- marily by first-time home V I N
In.,Cotacor asco-Circuit Court In and for CLR FCUT BNFYFoia ilCD ALRAs published In the counting system, 3) prac- buyers of moderate, mid- 1YVGD31A8K5241672
pleted the Contract for Hle ony lrd BY: Angela D. Purvee sell to the highest and best lr fteCrutCut Holmes Cu ty tce nondiscrimination, 4) dle or lesser Income within 2) Cassandra L Dawson
Construction of ben aen.0-4-A Deputy Clerk bidder for cash at the By: Diane Eaton TiesAdetierM y6 have demonstrated the ca- Holmes County, Florida 1995 Dodge Neon
HOLES OUNY te undcaerIned clerk wil As published In the FRONT of the Courthouse Deputyvrtse Cler 13 09pblt t eie mr and various other counties V I N
EMEGECY OPRA sllthe ud rtyne siuaer win Holmes County at the HOLMES County THE LAW OFFICES OF agency food and/or shelter In the State of Florida. 3B3ES47C3ST341391
TIONS ENTY OER A Hollmhes pontys loriat TIme-detse pi9 Courthouse located at 201 DAVID J. STERN, PA., LEGAL NOTICE programs, and 5) Ifthey The bonds and Interest Notice Is hereby given that
117 E igway90,Bo l- esbe asuy folows &Ma 6 209 NORTH OKLAHOMA ATTORNEY FOR are a private voluntary or- thereon shall not constitute on the 11th of May 2009,
fay, FL 32425 Tract 1: Commence at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT STREET In BONIFAY, Flor- PLAINTIFF HOLMES COUNTY HAS ganization, they must have a debt or Indebtedness of DownTown Automotive re-
For the HOLMES COUNTY NE corner of NW % of SW OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL Ida, at 11:00 a.m. central 900 South Pine Island BEEN AWARDED FED- a voluntary board. Qualify- the Authority within the serves the right to sale this
COMMISSION, Owner, % of Section 12, Township CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR time, 10:00 p.m. eastern Road Sulte 400 ERAL FUNDS THROUGH Ing agencies are urged to meaning of any provisions vehicle according to the
and have made request for4Not Rne1WstHOMSCUTFL- time onthe 28 day of May, Plantation, FL 33324-3920 THE AMERICAN RECOV- apply. or lmitations of the stat- Florida Statutes, Section
finl ettemnt f ai Holmes County, Florda, IDAME 2009Y th oloig e (5)3380 ERY AND REINVESTMENT Request for funds must be utes or Constitution of the 713.78. This sale will be
Contract. All persons hav- and run N87 33'10 W GENERAL JURISDICTION scribed property as set 08-69147 ALS ACT OF2009 (ARRA) FOR submitted no later than State of Florida, Holmes conducted at 7:00am, at
Ing any claim for labor, along the North lne of said DIVISION forth In said Summary FI- IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EMERGENCY FOOD May 14, 2009 @4:00 p.m. County, Florida, or other 2896 Hwy 81 North, Ponce
material, or otherwise In NW%,of SW%730 feet to CASE NO. nal Judgment, to-wit: THE AMERICANS WITH AND SHELTER NATIONAL with an outline of how the participating counties or de Leon, Florida 32455.
conectonwit ths roj th PintofBegnnig;30-008CA00062 COMMENCE AT THE DISABILITIES ACT, BOARD PROGRAM. funds will be used to: housing finance authorl- We wll not take any bids
cnect soul Imeiahtely nro- thenc cont Bgninue AUROR8-A LOAN SER NORTHWEST CORNER persons with disabllties Holmes County has been Janice Richards, Executive ties, but will be payable before such date as stated
Ofy N7 3310 Walon aid ICES LLCOF THE SOUTHEAST needing a special chosen to receive $4,962 Secretary solely from payments above, and we reserve the
HtchMttMc;nl North ine 94.6 eetn toi PLAINTIFF QUARTER OF THE accommodation should to supplement Emergency Trl-County Community made from the revenues right to refuse any bid.
PO. BOX 1290 the NW corner of NW%'/ of VS. SOUTHWEST QUARTER contact COURT ADMINIS- Food and Shelter pro- Council Inc. generated from the hous- As published In the
1 5A5L43652 Sln tn f AN AW AS A W S PCTI0NNOR36, TATItON.Ca tHOLMEaS h asf dsthe ecouny POO.Bo 1r210 Olhm I e a prgare advsed msdertse Aunt9
Srcklpand Co PnsmCtrucio NWofS 523 ADAL NNONR S CO1UNTY WLEOSR- 1-8500-955-8771- 1 bO) Or t ma eiA n avblRtehcrery Bolay FL 32425 tphea nth decionmdem ea &My609
I.CompnyoamaC ty, f6e0et9thenfeetS8 3t OEHCAN G IDA, AND RUN S 89 15 41" 1-800-955-8770, via Florida and Reinvestment Act of For Information contact this public hearing, they
252 NBo~taAv.,Pan N 0 32E 8254 ee t AGINT HE ERINE ALONG THE CENTER- Relay Service. 2009 (ARRA). Cindy Lee at (850) will need a record of the
ama ity FL3245, he oin ofbegnnig: AME INIVIUALLINE OF BANFILL AVE- As published In the The selection was made 547-3688. proceedings, and for such
NUE, 491.08 FEET: Holmes County by a National Board that Is As published In the purpose, they may needto Public Auction
Times-Advertiser April 29, chaired by the U.S. De- Holmes County ensure that averbatim rec-
PER SO N A L PR PER TY TA X S& May 6 2009. panrtent of Homeland Se- Times-Advertiser May 6, ord of the proceed ngs Is T, f ~n e c
PE SO NA L PRO ER Y A X ESIN THE CIRCUIT COURT curity s Federal Emer- 2009. made, which record in- be sl atw gub| a cton a
Pursuant to Chapter 197.402, Florida Statutes, notice is hereby. OF THE FOURTEENTH 9e y anMana rmne H INOTC FPBI cde steheutestimnya Eastern Diesel & Auto
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF HEARING a cnit edne po hc e Wrecker Service, Inc. 2005
given that Tangible Personal Property taxes assessed for 2008 are TESAEOFLRD re eseentativesfrornaAhmere aeal Istoab basedfie S Waukesha Bonifay FL.
now delinquent and beginning April 1, 2009, such taxes are drawing ICOUANN FOR HOLMES ChrteS;Nt onal heofpturp teeofaSe~cioen frsi ulchaigpra080 .~oINaan
interest of eighteen (18) percent per year. A penalty and the cost of CII IVSO ouncil of the Churches of nue0 Cod e ofend 196 s oswo per ilb soae
publishing this notice are also due. Unless the delinquent taxes are TFINAa0LOE3-tlonn themUS.AUnie amended notice Is heeby gwven atnhl o ruwnl x #1TX244A76 N
paid, warrants will be issued thereon pursuant to 197.413, Florida SRIE NC Jewis Communitieesad Couen ty e Comsoners ofagnsthprosdos04FdPcku
Statutes, and the Tax Collector will apply to the Circuit Court for Panter" nThed Loal Bo amrd was ar)sc ud writte commnts recvd a Jme hLSArbtog~ast
an order directing levy upon and seizure of the personal property of UNNW EIS EI charged ao chstribute fud a ubihe Bard ing on Tues- e o7 thetr WiterHaen FL.
the taxpayer for the unpaid taxes. GENSEEGRANES AS-O aeepn the, ca pac- 609 Ot ee000 the Board will be consid- ImsbsunTesd
LIENORS, TRUSTEES OF Ity of food and shelter pro- aspracticable, In the e cred. nc viht ertiser May 6,2009.
1 P-0003800 $18.26 23 P-0082700 $12.70 FAEQ RNLYD-grams In high-need areas Bado onyCmi-I codnewt h
01002700 13001537 CEASED: SAM TAYLOR,
ANDERSON JOHN C MARELL JAMES C HEIR; TERRY BRANTLEY 1
HEIR; IF LIVING, INCLUD-
2 P-0004400 $15.88 24 P-0083100 $106.71 ING ANY UNKNOWN
01003830 13001560 SOS F SI
ANGERBRANDT JOEY MARSH PAMELA pEND
CEASED, THE RESPEC-
3 P-0023300 $78.64 25 P-0083800 $25.73 TIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
03001960 13003575 DEVISEES, GRANTEES, r *
CARROLL WILTON MAYO DIANNE ESTATE ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS,
LIENORS, AND TRUS- f I ;'I
4 P-0028500 $18.26 26 P-0087800 $230.19 TEES, AND ALL OTHER
03007225 13007900 RSONGSH,CLUANMI R HRENG -ON Giv~ .rseli a bi.:l..:i ll 0 i*I' RUBY JOYCE
COBIA JOHN T MILLER LESLIE AGIS HENMS4 pD.ese:nlv:Iae E SU n
DEFENDANT(S); UN- MIIrR- Ir.:.m :.:rner lI.:.:.:rner. FVI
5 P-0035200 $749.29 27 P-0089200 $182.89 KNOWN TENANT #1; UN- mli- w 1300 Railroad Avenue 1:..:111:r..11>3:1
04000601300900KNOW TEANT 2; N- (1Chipley. Florida 32428 .
D & D RANCH MIXON DOUGLAS E KNOWN TENANT #3; UN- .l FI .Eif t
KNOWN TENANT #4; (850) 638-8183 E PUBLIC AUCTION R ==I
6 P-0041100 $638.03 28 P-0094800 $2,474.90 Defendant(s)
05001025 14001992 NOWC .FSL HW Ii,Bo00f18 FISee jane work Every Monday e:Ern e
ELLENBURG WADE NPCR INC NotTIC OuahieA yt gie /IlTr- !A
that, pursuant to a Final \ lni9 rvc SELRWATDr.. nar..
7 P-0041300 $379.14 29 P-0094900 $1,379.67 Summary Judgment of Open 24Hours. Self. 850-547-547 UES EDD
05001375 14001993 Foreclosure entered In the cell 850-768-1311 ilJi e I 0:l~ner
ELMORE RONNIE NPCR INC aovet-stC rt cause, Inte94'l lrto ole SMIe, F80 DepOjSit, sees,,,4,|,, Col~~l Jim Dee0 (Auctoneer

8 P-0042300 $6,084.18 30 P-0097600 $34.15 Cony lrdIwl el UnltS Are Carpete igpsrijprhae AL805709
0500215016000075the property situate In Call I.:r esh1male lI.:av. . ... .i. .-~
ENVIRONMENTAL MFG & SUPPLY CO PACANIS TOMASresdaut Foda
Lot 5 and 6, Block P
9 P-0044600 $1,130.69 31 P-0101400 $178.76 TOWN OF NOMA, FLOR-AW
06001085 16005200 IDA, according to the plan O ll M
FILL UPS FOOD STORES Ill INC PERRY VICTOR of survey of said town by
P Habicorn In July 1902, 7 ufc p lI
10 P-0044700 $1,353.17 32 P-0103500 $45.40 located In Holmes County, 'dec.;r~ 's&=1 111.1
06001086 16008250 Florida, Section 27, Town-
FILL UPS FOOD STORES Ill INC POLY-TRIPLEX TECHNOLOGIES INC ship 7 North, Range 14 Irial:nIilll:n
11 P-0047700 $26.19 33 P-0104800 $1,194.26 tND 1,,,,7 n 8 -al:5* -a.rantractofs, Inc.
06003460 16009500 Block P all In the TOWN 11i r9'ahn:
FRAVEZZI WETONA POWELL WAYNE OF NOMA accrdin to |_al1= p? ..iir. 50 547-3816
the plan of survey made
12 P-0056500 $410.74 34 P-0106200 $65.92 by P Habicorn In July 90l'' I*Il[1~1. 1
08000650 18000350 1902, Section 27, Town- 1 II .)11s11.
HAPPY ACRES ASSISTED LIVING RALEY MILISSA shi t Idn sRa ng y4 547-0071 n ::' B".i., L:.dl

13 P-8001590 $16.94 35 P-0106500 $55.22 ro Inde a: l_..nI. .I ...n 111w Ip ..* .1..
08001 590 18000450 1996 Skyline VIN L
HARRELL FRANCES RAPINCHUK JOHN 8U16201201A 69440890
1996 Skyline VIN R O D
14 P-0058600 $129.49 36 P-0118600 $37.80 8U6201201B 69440889
08002580 19005550 A/K/A
HATCHER WILLIAM DAVID SLAY JIMMY WAYN E & B 344EsL Sre O FN
Bolay, 34 "
at public sale, to the high- li e
15 P-0064100 $2,266.95 37 P-0119800 $5004 est and best bidder, for OR C ulllrllH me Re air
08006855 19007200 cash, On the Front Steps
HOLMES MFG CORP SMITH KENNETH of the Holmes County ,. $9ficOS
Courthouse, Bonifay, Flor- e :.- n Il:.- :1
16 P-0064300 $18.26 38 P-0123200 $38.90 Ida at 11:00 a.m., on May LaOpD rna n.uull irnmjnrl D.:.r\n ::r.
TOOL 8E6S5NELL 1F OD DAVID D & MYRTIS J 0 HIS 28 DAY OF inn I a mn -- E

17 P-0067300 $70.69 39 P-0127900 $145.39 Anselres nsthecl anngsa In IL Y BR C AR S..
08010010 20000975 the sale, If any, other than 11111 npsI 5 l11ln Se n .nt
HURST PATRICK TAYLOR MARTY the property owner as of 850-373-7908 850-547-2934
the date of the Ils pend- 185(11 6.i8-122 1 85111 .126-151 ,
18 P-0069100 $391.71 40 P-0128000 $97.72 ensl must file a claim -r -r * JERM SHORT LAND CLEARING 009LR90MELISSA te ss0ccsdan th.,0 rbin SandlII
of th s cout on the 28 day ly n I;.u :.n..n u .! rr
19 P-0070800 $88.17 41 P-0129900 $158.88 of April, 2009....
10002450 20002850 CLERK OF CIRCUIT i.:u r..n..r ,.Ir
JOHNSON SIDNEY J THOMLEY BRUCE COURT re. r ,:uI .-rtthb t


By Cindy Jackson WYAY NES3 .~ ~ I. .-..,:.e a
20 1 @071500 $97.72 42 2P-013 500 $40.51 DeutyN CRkUETP- JUNK YARD S'' nt,-nue. ....
JONES TONY WALKER CLIFF PARE Bnc s of Danel C U .ED AlUTO IPARTE You Call, We Haul -rr.2 :r ,o -r-..
U.-ugr 1.IJ .hard 3, a id O r..) .I 1.11 .
21 P-0074700 $59.02 43 P-0136700 $2,121.86 9200 aigPalm Drive .I Chnara I'.Ia R1:*I 03..3,5 I .:ellent Referer.:e:
11002056 23001025 Tampa, FL 33619-1328 H.:.ulf C1.:. -l, 0:1 01LII
KIRKLAND ROY WALTON RANDALL & SHEILA Phone: 813-915-8660 n 1.-
Attorneys for Plaintiff 3 TROY CORBIN Hm58-44Cl:2 -19
22 P-0077800 $59.57 44 P-0149500 $81.82 In accordance with the .illab-:*::nl, 638-4630 Nadine
12001785 25001205 American with Disabllties 547-3993 111Hl.52401Cl:5718
LEAVINS DONALD & ANN YARBROUGH CHRISTINA Act of 1990, persons need- 1_~ ,,a : 9-01 el 5718
Ing a special accommo-
dation to participate In this *
As published in the Holmes County Times-Advertiser, May 6, 2009. proceeding should contact






Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, May 6, 2009*11B H


|3100 | 330 4100 114100 |6110 |I 6140 |1 6170 |6170
Wanted To Buy antiques, Loving Caregiver, 10 Healthcare 1BR Apartment In 3BR/2BA House for rent. 2&3BR Traller for rent. Call Nice 2BR MH. CH/A, utility
collectibles, gold, silver, years CNA experience. Chipley. Good location. No pets. Application 548-5548. room, covered porches.
dinnerware, collections, References available. Also General Massage Therapist posl- No pets. 638-4640. needed. Call 638-1918. Smoke free environment.
paintings, call Al Schmidt available to clean houses. t al o at3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile In secure setting. $500
850-638-7304 More Info, 415-6636 Handy-Man needed. Must n, ajsness In Chiple I o rt 20B Aptew 68 19A1j Pubishr' ht 115S ut~h lBPamnh.55-62
STEE rC iate~d0-125 eorh -862- ume, to or 850-258-5521. Notice I209 8 2209-5696 or oooc dem len n e2
|311o BUILDINGS based on experience and I~Garage Apartment, 1BR. All real estate advertising In park, near schools. Rea-
8 43 oun ae tp adsucto.9 ga~m-2h519200 de- ti esH~papsube tto h B A l3/4S oil from sonable rn86580-535-2680
Must2 Move6 Now'5 test and background makes n Illegal to advertise Hwy 177A. Call 547-3746.
MSeli fore Baa* ceeig. Cl 4100 LARGE 3BR/1BA apart- any preference, Ilmltation .Transmitter Mobile Home
18,000 BTU Air Free Delive ne 8056028Wn osllo u vn ment over 960 sq, ft. $600, or dscrimination based on Bonifay, BONUS 1/2 Park, on Transmitter Rd, In
Conditioner 1-800-211-9594 ~x88 Cal850-814-7966 AsorM- ley, convenient location. handicap, familllal status or Idep. 3BR/2BA, $450. I Circle J Mobile Home Park
Window unit. Works Great! WneToByUsd3calIamaAnsls-Rent Includes stove, refrig- tnationoalmoargena ors hn nen Io B/B 45 o In Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.;
We put In central air $300 wheel bicycle. Call pesnerator, city water, sewer, erenc,t Imiteatnys or di- 85-9939 &o Gracevll 5262 Alabam
Call Heldl 850-547-3052 638-4197.gabe.Srynptso crimination" Famillal status """ "" "" St. 2&3 /BR units for rent,
HealthCare HUD. 850-638-3306. Icue hlde ne h For Rent 3 BR, 2 BA Dou- starting @ $350 per mo
age of 18lving with parents blewide. In Bonifay. No For Info call 260-3026 or
.~~ j Butterfly Rehabilitation or legal custodians, preg- Pets, Call cell # 850-527-0336
| 3220 |A leading provider of 4130 nant women and people se- 850-373-8938
$499 100% Microfiber | 3310 | Rehablltation Therapy | 6140 curing custody of children Vernon 2BR Mobile
Sofa/Chair matching set. LESSONS AVAILABLE: II Programs has Other 2RBAHuefren n under 18. 11For Rent. Nice 3BR/2 Full Home, workshop, 2 fish-
Still In crate, never used. Limited space. Plano, Gul- per diem opportunities Chipley. Two story with Baths. Nice yard, all elec- Ing ponds, private drive.
Candeliver 850-545-7112 tar, Bass Drums, Banjo, availablefor Physical Mystery Shoppers, get basement on Blue Lake. 6 This newspaper will not tric. Nopets.Justoff Brick- Call 850-535-2680 or
Mandolin, Violin, Flute. and paid to shop Retall/dining Arsln.Rtsfr knowingly accept any ad- yard Rd, Chipley. 850-849-5068
7-pc Sleigh Bedroom Set. Open Mon-Sat. Occupational Therapist. establishments need un- $1000 per month with whh I n lolraloln test 63-30o6814.
NEW $699. Delivery avall- Covington Music. PT & OT Assistance, derercover clients to judge $00scrt eoi.lw u edr r eey FrRn:2&3bd
able. 850-222-7783 Downtown Chipley. In our Bonifay Facility qality customer0.sery ce. Rayfrimdaeoc- Ifre htaldelns mbl oe nBn
ALL EATER OFA 85-63-505. Cll ffic Cal ( 8)-23-013 pancy. Progressive Realty, advertised In this newspa- Call 850-547-3462
LOE ATLst sl,$0.Nel99I Fax 3 58 -308006 63-820 rrteatellb sis Tac For Rent: 2BA single
crates, Ilfetime warranty. /E-mail 2 BR/1BA House for rent. plain of discrimination call wide, mobile home, north
all-425-8374. Delivery rehabiltatit4698@bell- HwyM77nSR t 3 mlesof t3-D toe-fore a o3nfycurst
Sfor Info. hang mpre s 850-547-3969 or REALETAEFRAE
B&B FurnitureC p34 y e B/1AFam ose 1-800-927-9275. 850-547-9196 70 oe

paytcash for clean qulalloty s so t~he cutrg ner ete 352 M~oRl A amee/soer r ntc r10 ec o
89-41 o 6C~a yn~s o 4100 Help Wanied Helhar ELESAEFO ETslt. 535-a0 8. amu I ies aes o TVeo h PI-7 Frm & Ranhchuess
KIG iz BrmSe.7c 130 Employment InermHelhcr eo Busi er8sal 3BR/2BA Large Country one 3Rd. 85-638-9933 or 75 o adH /Lrets
Solid wood -dovetailed ha nImdae 61 prmns home In Alford. $650 a r7170 -Waterfront
drawers. New still In opening for LPN s In the 6120 Beach Rentals month. 3BR/1BA In th *3A 8250-6338-7315. 71s0- obl HmsLt78- Investment
boxes. Worth $4k give Alford and Caryville 6130 Condoffewnhouse Clty of Cottondale. $500/ | 6170 Mobile Homes In Cot- Property
awa $199 Ca dlivr. 4100 area 6140 House Rentals month. Deposit & 2 BR Mobile Home. tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 ml- 7190 O t-ofTow
850-425-8374 Administrative 1We are also looking for 610-Roommatre Wanted reference required. Furnished, Clean, CH/A, les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, 7200 i sar
IUE IILWO CN i h Sny il 6170 Mobile Home/Lot 850-579-4317. carport, 2 decks, nice & 2br, 2ba, avall. Total
te~ & N Ti-ounty mmniy I Iterd eeasecal- a as3B H I l rde Neepac s Cpl 0 8 plus ele~c.0(850)0-258-4886884r
full warranty. is accepting or come by @ $650 month, $300 de- 2BR Mobile Home for www~charloscountrylly- | 7100
850-222-7783. Delivery I applications for a 4306 5th Ave., posit. No pets. rent. Water and sewer In- Ing.com
available FsaAsitn MaanaFL324. *850-814-2625 eluded. Behind Falling Wa-
for the Amln office In | 10 | B/BADl Hueintr. 850-665-5095 or SETTIE'S COUNTRY REAL T
I~:ct II Executive Office Space Chipley. Newly renovated 85-26-013 Ioblnite, o BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
| 3230 SUMMARY OF for rent downtown Chipley kitchen & bathroom floors. 2B oieHmgo Hdf' (Florida & Alabama)
Big ardSal; My 8h & DUTIES: All util. Incl d 638-1918 Stove & refrigerator In- location In Chipley. No 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
9th, Frida& SaturdMay, be- I Perform general office & I Sales/Business Dev eluded. Call 547-3746. Pets. 850-638-4640. 1 850 T 547-351 O
hind Armory. (Bonif ay) accounting duties; el -Bonifay, 2BR/1BA House. 2BR/1%BA Large Trailer O0 NB KLOMOME. ELS900---RFDSUHECDAM O RO-VE R2B BLANGOS ERNROGN
Desk, desk chair, lawn IIass~s Fsa personnel Salesperson Soepets ok. $280 furnished. Out side city REDUCED REDUCBEDA516i.000---2 BR HOME OR OFFICE BUILDING OWNER
chairs, Clothes, shoes, In all aeas of operation Nwextngrdosaon| 6110 | month plus deposit. lmits. Smoke free environ- FINAN 0 -5READCRCESD 2 R O B BRICB OL0PPNELT T-REBDR2
dishes, what-knots to In te account Ing i ong g o nage-Cottondale, 2BR/1 BA ment. No pets. $400 HoE ON4 ACREsS 8jO I90--5ACRES LANN D ORSCON-4,0--
much stuff to Ilst! YA'LL II department. sle efstrig o l-! BEST RFATYES IN BONI- House. CH/A. Some pets month plus $300 deposit. DRSWGr HH H79 EDU ~NDALE000E-1~ COMEI0-0F8FI
COM~~~l QUALIFICATIONS: Ivated salesperson. Hboh 602 S. Weeks St. Effl- ok$675am tplse 638-272 ARGE00-SH1P50NB RS2PBTAC.BUCORDS- OSK-NFH PNA3NL8NT
Caa oie Thale. veral IHg coo lm Ia amm op tn uton yWork clency, 1/bdrm and 2 poI .2BR/2BA 16' Wide on D E 0 03 R2A AN ROA RcL- 2C4 0---100C
urs ay g (GED); and 1 year frmh e.Enupt bdrm $350 $470/month For Rent.3BR/1BA Frame large lot In country In ACRESWOD-440--2+REHYAD10FOTA EDC-
7t e8hs 8a-nl.177A related experience. y160 (47 8nul Call Cnt tl w Op st coatro Hou e. N~ewcpealnt & ref lgn Washing on COuntym New 10 ~HROM -BHAOLRN PSP 02E S40000ME2ESBR A
tun igt Fllw instoI REQUIREMENTS: Iremodeled Call: area. $325 month. Call $300 deposit. WE GET RESUEIS NAITIONAL MLS
2100 Buck Treadwell Rd. Current driver s Ilcense 1 (850)557-7732 850-259-9113. 850-918-7876 or 535-0665.
Something for everyone and proper vehicle
from baby to adult. Insurance.
InsideMYardthSale, Satur- II Must bewllilngto ANNOUNCEMENTS chevys jeeps! for listings (800)366- if qualified -Housing available. CALL
Realty, 1103 S Waukesha I:background screening : 9813 ext 9499 Aviation Institute of Maintenance
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Week Of

May 3-9, 2009


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PUBLIC NOTICE TO BID-
DERS
HOLMES COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY
COOMGM SIOSNSEORLSCISHIG
SEALED BIDS FOR MOD-
EROANTE AND REHABILITA
Holmes County SHIP Pro-
gram Office will accept
sealed bids for the follow-
Ing owner occupied prop-
erty:
1862 Odom Lane,
Ponce de Leon, FL 32455
Sealed bids will be re-
ceived beginning with a
Mandatory Pre-Bld Walk
Through on May 13, 2009
at 8:00 a.m., at the Holmes
County Courthouse, SHIP
Program Office, 201 N. Ok-
lahoma Street, Sulte 203,
Bonifay FL 32425,
850-547-1119 until May 21
2009 at 4:00 p.m., at which
time the bids will be publl-
cally opened and read
aloud. The bid packages
wilb provided at the
For bids to be considered,
dllseale opd tmds e -
client s name, date, time of
bid opening, all Itemized
osns, tn hal cborst, gub
censed contractor Any bid
tahbveo rqunjemnts wi
not be considered. Holmes
County reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Faxed bids will not be ac-
cepted.
As published In the
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HOLMES COUNTY

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90BO 85 -55-91 5 $0 Community South Credit $350.00. 850-548-5555 or nw$000 u oIl
Union, 1044 Hwy 90 E., leave message ness. 850-535-2680 or

ChlReSA~Ll. 2002 Suzuki 7l~ ey
197 ChvyGa t ob10M After mark 8240 pusher. Super slide. Lots
Ad Copy 350 motor, work Mileage, 12,900. Price, For Sale. 20 HP Seaking o extras522.$30.
horse, shows age, but $5,500. 850-258-0096 20 HP Mercury, 25 HP85-452.
solid, asking $700. Call 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFl. Johnson, 9.5 Evlnrude, 13'
850 326-2084or 326-2087 Snorkeled with gorilla Gheehnoe Boat & Motor
axles. 27" wheels with ga- Trallor. 850-260-5501
t19rd F 1a50. $25e00 ol tc, ire Ate mar CMPEE AKAE
value. 263-3259 or Price~ $5 500. Call (850) FO
326-4081. 258 0096 for more Info. -FO
For Sale: 87 Nlssan83 0 I 4 9 5
rikpwtlh tol bcD'ncd, Cross HCoontmt u.M 0 All Welded, AllAluminum
truck, $1,200.00 |8210 |nice, low mileage. Looks 808ts
850-547-2563 great. Everything works. BO TS O
2002Pola 17f, FG CC Large generator. $5,500,
S .Flats Boat. 90HP Yamaha. sell or trade. R S T
801b troll mtr. Calv trailer. 95 Ford Custom Van. Boi oid
| 8160 1$8000 NADA. Must sell. Nice, runs good. $3,000. oia lrd
2004 Kawasaki KLR 650, Sacrifice $6000. 89 Ford Probe. Looks IIwww~xtremeindustries.com
5k miles, dual-purpose. 850-638-0560 or great, runs good. $1 500.
$3k firm. Call 260-2813 352 284-2338. Call 415-7192.


Ca&C eBookkeeping ada Lihtuk anty Wokus
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call potRcSn n y hogging; disc, dirt level-
(850)638-1483 press Mulch. Pick up or ing; push ng small trees: &
deieed Cal 773-33490or bush tdligg haoleso u
' Front End Loaders. One
Headliners and Vinyl S lve rd o nstalled Ce c s
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the tlpede and 419 Bermuda.
work at your home or West Florida Turf (850)
workplace. Reasonable 415-0385; (850) 638-4860. ~ rr
rates on new vinyl tops Established 1980
and auto carpeting. Free
estimates. Call anytime, I B&M Mower Repair &
leave message. (850) Service. Quality work at a
638-7351 fair price. Pickup & Delly-
ery Available. Bill or Mary
(850)638-4492
mmnn For Rent first In Chipley, Sewing Machine and Vac-
Minl Warehouses. If you uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
don t have the room, "We anteed service on all
Carpentry, pressure wash- Do" Lamar Townsend makes and models. Free
Ing, lawn care, patio & wn- (850)638-4539, north of estimates. Western Auto,
dow re-screening. great Townsends. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
rates. (850)638-4492 547-3910


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For Sale By Owner. Block 3.5 Acres for sale by
3 Homes in Chipley for Home, 5BR/2BA, owner on Union Hill Rd.,
sale. Reasonably priced. 2045sq.ft. West Blvd., Bonifay. 1.3 miles off Hwy.
Call for details, 547-2091. Chipley, FL. 850-638-4827. 79. Call; 941-722-2859


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05 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
Sharp Car, Come See! ...............$13,949
07 DODGE CARAVAN
Nice Mini Van ........................$'13,949
07 TOYOTA CAMRY
"HYBRID", Sharp & Priced At Only..$1 6,549
06 TOYOTA TUNDRA
ACCESS CAB, Nice Truck!...........$'16,949
08 DODGE CREW CAB
1500, V-8, Sharp Truck...............$17,888
08 TOYOTA PRIUS
Nice, Great Gas Mileage! ............$1 8,979


06 TOYOTA COROLLA
4 Door, Nice, #9102688 ................ $9,749
06 FORD RANGER
Automatic ...........................$1 0,588
07 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
Sharp, Come And Get It!.............$'10,788
07 CHEVY MALIBU LT
Sharp, Clean Car, Must See!.........$1~0,988
07 CHEVY HHR
Sunroof, Check It Out!...............$'1 1,$88
07 TOYOTA MATRIX
XR, Sunroof Nice....................$ 13,747


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REAL PROPERTY TAXES

NOTICE OF TAX CERTIFICATE SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 197.432, FLORIDA STATUTES,
SUBSECTION (16) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
2009 TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT HOLMES COUNTY
PROPERTY TAXES WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE ON
THE HOLMES COUNTY TAX CERTIFICATE AUCTION
WEBSITE AT www.holmestax.com BIDS CAN BE ENTERED
ON THE SITE STARTING ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2009.
TAX CERTIFICATES WILL BE AWARDED ON WEDNESDAY,
MAY 27, 2009. BIDDERS ARE ASKED TO REGISTER AT w.
holmestax.com PRIOR TO THE SALE.
HARRY B. BELL III, TAX COLLECTOR


Wednesday, May 6, 13, 20, 2009, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 1C


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133 R-0160100 $59.42
0419.00-000-000-024.000
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19.59 AC OR BK-0429 PG-0124


1404R200 080000-000-00 .500$198
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135 R-0162900 $280.15
0420.00-000-000-009.600
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TU3RNARCFAONRKBK-0420 PG-0133

137 R-0165500 X$2159.31
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138 R-0166800 $206.34
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139 R-0170500 HX$1,11.90
0421.00-000-000-008.000

A V5SOALCC OR BK-0377 PG-01874



141 R-0176200 HX$1,13.98
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142 R-0178300 HX $682.47
0426.00-000-000-006.1000

BR EARCMOO BKMEO 9 IGH-0845

143 R04R26 0000-0-000 $428.83


1404R27 0080000-000-008.0001044

H40LOM0ASCJEON 8-0380 PG-0088

145 R-0181500 HX$105.20
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A V3SOALCC OR BK-0383 PG-0417

146 R-0182100 HX$923.91
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147 R-0184080 $10401.3
0429.00-000-000-019.000

C00ALAA COHR OR438 EPGR0108

148 R-0189100 $358.83
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149 R-0191600 HX$195.83
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152 R-0196200 HX$111.13
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1.00 AC OR BK-0215 PG-0452

153 R-0199500 HX $80.58
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154 R-0199600 HX $1,59.85
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W200RLACJOH BKB0E4N25PM0289

156 R-02062000 HX $561.15
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157 R-0202300 $1,23.97
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W5EllTOAEY AOR BK<-0374 PG-0784

158 R-0209900 HX $1259.01
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REBU5AKCTEOB OR )-302 P-K286

159 R-0204000 $245.63
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1560 05R20 4050-0-00 400 $5114.9


1105RO0 5020000-000-041 000 115
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162 R-0206100 $1216.71
0502.00-000-000-016.000
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GRIFFICH TRISTINESBBE


2 O 0AC ORBK-0157 PG-0721


1405RO5104070010-000-002.000$745

N10S2E7 ECR BK<-0344 PG-0772

165 0RO80 0080000000 200 $502.39


LONG JOHN E & MICHALA S
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32 R030449-60000-000H4X0$847.63
LONG JOHNOER& B7-CO LAP-68



330305.0500000-000-031.00012.3
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34 R03053740000020H3X 0$161.68
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35 R030519-200000D0H1X 0$508.45
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36 R030610000000T0 000 $133.65


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38 R-0063000 $349.15
0327.04-001-001-013.000
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3903 706440000-00J-014.000$4.4

S.l3PO ROOR TK-A0192 PG-0835

40 R0306443000K03.000441.91


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.41 AC OR BK-0392 PG-0227


42037064650000-00N-00H5X000$7.6

.89 AC OR BK<-0227 PG-0622


43037064720000-000-005106.0 5
DVICKESAN MARTIN H
.27 AC OR BK-04929PG-0947


44037064790000-008-005.00011.9

.10 AC OR BK<-0072 PG-0325


4503 706480000-008-008.10005.3

.20 AC OR BK-0183 PG-0564


46037064880000-010-00H2X000$2.6
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47 03064890000-1003.016.63


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.31 AC OR BK-0255 PG-05609

49 R-0069100 X$456.48
0327.04-001-010-005.000
HAELSO JIAMNES H AYAN
.31 AC OR BK-042 PG-0451


50037064-40000-010-008.000$4.0
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5103 707402000-011-00H7X000$8.2
MACKS DAVID & AIEMRE
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52 R-0073300 $472.65
0328.02-000-000-009.000
HAEDLN JOMSHN OGA & MR N
.34 AC ORBK-04024PG-0453

53 R-0076900 $85.80
0328.02-000-000-012.000

.73 AC OR BK-0260 PG-0546


5403 0723040000-0100-0H4000$9.2
BIEN JOSEPH FRANKC & AMMY
.71 AC OR BK-0260 PG-0546


55038072420000-000-017.10010.3
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.90 AC OR BK<-0288 PG-0810


56038072470000-000-023.00038.0
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57 R03072580000-0S-0200$63.15


58038072620000-02S-002.000$6.8
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.32 AC OR BK-0378 PG-0595

59 R03074260000-0S-050069.95


600302840002-08S00-003.10007.7

JO42E6ATCONOR BK-0185 PG-0331


610380728800002-12N-00.000$6.2



AD0AM BOBOR BKOE361 PG-0446


1 R-0001100 $94.10
0120.00-000-000-002.000
A3RM7STARCONGOLROBUKVE 8E PHG-01


A6RM2S2ARCONOROBUKVE8E PHG-0095

3 R-0003000 $107.76
0121.00-000-000-009.000
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4 R-00068000 $145.50
0128.00-000-000-008.100

PI9E6R JEREMBK 3E8L5LPG-0604

5 R-0009600 $277.509
0128.00-000-000-024.300
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7 R-0010100 $271.23
0128.00-000-000-029.3000
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.58 AC OR BK-0386 PG-07526

8 R-0010500 $1107.33
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W25LACX LRORLBK-0238 PG-0354

11 R-0019100 $1.36.4
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12 R-0024400 $130.44
0132.00-000-000-035.000

MIL9L9ARCMICRABLKK90 PG-0716

13 R-0024500 $985.44
0132.00-000-000-036.000


032.00-000-000-0328.000 9


15 R-0012400 $33.71
0133.00-000-000-001.000
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16 R-0025100 $426.04
0133.00-000-000-002.100

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17.0 02060000-000-012.00052.0

C269E9RAOCN JOSR BK02R9L7N-0531

18 R-0026500 $754.98
0133.00-000-000-015.000

49.86AC OR BK-0426 PG-0480

19 R-0026700 $340.46
0133.00-000-000-017.000

SHAWADCONOR BK<-0415 PG-0683

20 R-0028200 $638.73
0133.00-000-000-030.000

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21 R-0031300 $31.92
0134.00-000-000-0021.000

C12RBIACAMARDABKUQ2U6APGOOSE8OHG,

22 R-0031400 $525.37
0204.00-000-000-001.000
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36.36AC OR BK-0426 PG-0480

23 R-0033300 HX $116.71
0204.00-000-000-015.000

FO9WOLOARCPARCBAK 1N7E2SPG-0457

24 R-0034500 HX$2322.99
0205.00-000-000-003.000
D7R8 DON DOR N N EAM

25 R-0035000 $681.85
0205.00-000-000-030.000

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26 R02041006000-0-023008.94


270204.0100000-000-00H4100 $8.4
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28 R-0041400 HX $486.76
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290204.0200000-000-01H3X000$7.4

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.16 AC OR BK-0079 PG-0216

235 R-0325700 $51.46
0531.04-001-030-009.000
LEE ALFRED LEONARD
.16 AC OR BK-0079 PG-0214

236 R-0326500 HX $444.78
0531.04-001-032-002.000
JOHNSON SHERYL K
.17 AC OR BK-0141 PG-0183

237 R-0326600 $57.55
0531.04-001-032-003.000
CARR ELLA ESTATE
.17 AC

238 R-0326900 HX $58.59
0531.04-001-033-002.000
JOHNSON KELVIN D & TONYA
.03 AC OR BK<-0233 PG-0082

239 R-0329400 $562.53
0531.04-001-103-001.000
FLOWERS CRYSTAL
.30 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0709

240 R-0330600 $740.27
0531.04-001-110-003.000
SHERRER MATHEW CHET
1.19 AC OR BK-0379 PG-0257

241 R-0341800 $7,930.44
0605.00-000-000-005.000
ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPLY INC
1.30 AC OR BK-0203 PG-0400

242 R-0341900 $1,860.47
0605.00-000-000-006.000
ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPLY INC
1.25 AC OR BK-0203 PG-0400

243 R-0343500 $106.28
0605.00-000-000-019.000
ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPLY, INC
1.00 AC OR BK-0312 PG-0109

244 R-0344400 $758.42
0606.01-000-000-004.100
HADDOCK PRESTON & MARY
.15 AC OR BK-0338 PG-0322

245 R-0346300 HX $451.07
0606.01-000-000-020.000
LUCAS LISA MARIE
.40 AC OR BK<-0333 PG-0288

246 R-0346700 $1,518.13
0606.01-000-000-024.000
COCHRAN JAMES A & ALEXANDRA
40.00 AC OR BK-0413 PG-0012

247 R-0348000 HX $1,797.48
0606.02-000-000-003.000
CHILDREN HOWARD MICHAEL &
1.46 AC OR BK-0264 PG-0738

248 R-0349300 $88.25
0606.02-000-000-012.300
ADAMS ALTA Y
.83 AC

249 R-0351000 HX $1,090.49
0606.02-000-000-028.000
BRUNICK CHARLES R
1.45 AC OR BK-0300 PG-0607

250 R-0352100 $2,300.73
0606.02-000-000-035.000
ROSS JOSEPH BROWN
2.19 AC OR BK-0213 PG-0526

251 R-0352900 HX $7,061.93
0606.02-000-000-044.000
SANTOSHI MA INC
2.24 AC OR BK-0195 PG-0033

252 R-0353000 $3,439.16
0606.02-000-000-045.000
GARDNER ISSAC T & FRANCES
.09 AC OR BK-0120 PG-0375

253 R-0353700 $1,349.64
0606.02-000-000-054.000
CUNNINGHAM EUNICE
.33 AC OR BK-0151 PG-0139

254 R-0355900 $54.90
0606.02-001-001-012.000
SPIRES DANNY BRUCE
.15 AC OR BK-0173 PG-0097

255 R-0356100 $330.72
0606.02-001-002-002.000
WHITE ROSANNA ESTATE
.16AC

256 R-0357000 $55.57
0606.02-001-003-006.000
BRINKLEY BURT O &
.16 AC OR BK-0404 PG-0423

257 R-0357500 HX $121.32
0606.02-001-004-004.000
FEURTADO GEO W & EDNA W
.16 AC OR BK-0121 PG-0231

258 R-0357600 HA $176.64
0606.02-001-004-005.000
DAVIS ESTELLAR ESTATE
.16AC

259 R-0358100 $69.31
0606.02-001-005-003.000
SWAIN ROSA LEE
.16 AC OR BK-0072 PG-0697

260 R-0359000 $147.26
0606.02-001-006-003.000
SPIRES DANNY BRUCE
.32 AC OR BK-0173 PG-0097

261 R-0363100 $689.32
0606.02-004-004-005.000
BELL SANDRA M
.33 AC OR BK-0101 PG-0102

262 R-0363200 HX $319.06
0606.02-004-004-006.000
CHASON KENNETH W
.32 AC OR BK-0378 PG-0321

263 R-0365300 HX $551.23
0606.03-000-000-008.000
DUBOISE JOHN C JR & LYNN
7.66 AC OR BK-0276 PG-0231

264 R-0366900 HX $1,192.30
0606.03-000-000-022.000
ROSS JOSEPH BROWN & DONNA
24.91 AC OR BK-0420 PG-0195

265 R-0367800 $651.78
0606.03-000-000-027.300
NELSON KRISTEN TREADWELL &
.57 AC OR BK-0285 PG-0032

266 R-0368500 $282.33
0606.03-000-000-033.000
PEGG DONALD L & SCOTT L &
1.89 AC OR BK-0109 PG-0215

267 R-0369500 HX $694.37


0606.03-000-000-045.000
MCGHEE KENNETH & WENDY
.70 AC OR BK-0406 PG-0013

268 R-0373600 $547.41
0606.04-000-000-014.000
COCHRAN JAMES A & ALEXANDRA
.73 AC OR BK-0420 PG-0200

269 R-0376800 HX $285.81


0607.00-000-000-011.000
BOWEN JOSHUA B &
1.39 AC

270 R-0378900 HX $713.81
0607.00-000-000-023.000
BOWEN NOAH H & MEGAN N
.68 AC OR BK<-0335 PG-0084

271 R-0379100 $1,015.00
0607.00-000-000-025.000
BOWEN ROBERTS
.39 AC OR BK-0397 PG-0117

272 R-0383500 HX $119.12
0607.02-000-000-012.000
SINIARD SCOTT
5.00 AC OR BK-0329 PG-0423

273 R-0386200 HX $1,715.77
0607.02-000-000-030.500
ANEES KAUKAB
.51 AC OR BK-0269 PG-0616

274 R-0388600 $3,789.99
0607.02-000-000-054.000
SON-IN-LAW ROAD LLC
8.26 AC OR BK-0415 PG-0775

275 R-0388700 $117.81
0607.02-000-000-055.000
BARNES LYGIA LEE
.48 AC OR BK<-0277 PG-0627

276 R-0388800 $285.67
0607.02-000-000-056.000
PIPPIN ROBIN T
4.50 AC OR BK<-0325 PG-0672

277 R-0393100 $927.18
0608.00-002-000-016.000
NELSON KRISTEN TREADWELL &
.45 AC OR BK-0285 PG-0032

278 R-0393200 HX $471.92
0608.00-002-000-017.000
MATERA MICHAEL ALBERT & ANGIE
.45 AC OR BK-0379 PG-0373

279 R-0393500 $970.28
0608.00-002-000-025.000
NELSON KRISTEN TREADWELL &
.45 AC OR BK-0285 PG-0032

280 R-0393700 $901.62
0608.00-002-000-027.000
NELSON KRISTEN TREADWELL &
.45 AC OR BK-0285 PG-0032

281 R-0396300 $298.17
0617.00-000-000-007.000
CIUPERCA LIVIU VALENTIN
3.30 AC OR BK-0397 PG-0272

282 R-0398700 HX $727.18
0725.00-000-000-003.000
WILLIAMS CHARLES P & NELDA N
3.00 AC OR BK<-0354 PG-0864

283 R-0400800 $914.65
0727.00-000-000-003.000
KELLY BILLY WAYNE
80.00 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0100

284 R-0411400 $76.94
0731.00-000-000-011.000
JUSTICE JENNIFER RENA
22.66 AC OR BK-0314 PG-0306

285 R-0412300 $223.86
0731.00-000-000-021.000
GIBSON APRIL DAWN
.84 AC OR BK<-0435 PG-0118

286 R-0412900 $1,498.54
0732.00-000-000-005.000
ANDERSON FRAZIER
176.50 AC OR BK-0235 PG-0153

287 R-0415100 HX $461.08
0733.00-000-000-010.200
CARVER MARY NELL
1.50 AC OR BK<-0322 PG-0323

288 R-0418700 $615.27
0735.00-000-000-014.000
GAMMONS RALPH
7.58 AC OR BK-0292 PG-0834

289 R-0423100 $954.02
0801.00-000-000-012.100
PARKER HEATHER
9.10 AC OR BK-0287 PG-0864

290 R-0423400 HX $150.47
0801.00-000-000-014.100
WHITAKER YVONNE
5.00 AC OR BK-0158 PG-0586

291 R-0425900 $318.14
0802.00-000-000-013.000
GAMMONS RALPH
2.66 AC OR BK-0292 PG-0834

292 R-0426200 $2,120.04
0802.00-000-000-016.000
BARONE FRANK C
191.25 AC OR BK-0368 PG-0496

293 R-0426300 HX $821.84
0802.00-000-000-017.000
GILLEY SIDNEY L & KIMBERLY
2.56 AC OR BK<-0422 PG-0595

294 R-0426900 HX $3,008.46
0803.00-000-000-004.000
FIRST FINANCIAL BANK
19.60 AC OR BK<-0437 PG-0759

295 R-0427300 $174.10
0803.00-000-000-007.100
MILLER SAMUEL B
73.20 AC OR BK-0346 PG-0638

296 R-0427700 HX $494.41
0803.00-000-000-012.000
WILLIAMS MARCIA MILLER
3.13 AC OR BK<-0332 PG-0422

297 R-0430700 $215.25
0805.00-000-000-013.000
MILLER LEE ALLEN
1.00 AC OR BK-0394 PG-0694

298 R-0431200 $1,100.22
0805.00-001-000-020.000
DAVIES ELDON & TAMI
4.00 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0678

299 R-0432100 HX $152.36
0806.00-000-000-008.000
POWELL MICHELLE
1.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0335

300 R-0435900 $1,105.27
0807.00-000-000-017.000
BARNES JESSE A & CYNTHIA
8.00 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0635

301 R-0436700 $385.17
0807.00-001-000-024.000
BARWICK CLAUDE F
6.00 AC OR BK<-0435 PG-0628


302 R-0437300 HX $35.04
0808.00-000-000-004.000
MILLER BOBBY DON
6.21 AC OR BK-0143PG-0114

303 R-0438000 HX $362.20
0808.00-000-000-012.000
WING WESLEY & AMBER M
3.75 AC OR BK-0249 PG-0399


200 R-0266900 $148.00
0531.01-001-037-002.000
BOWEN ROBERT S & TIFFANY
.51 AC OR BK-0433 PG-0661

201 R-0268300 HX $493.09
0531.01-001-053-001.100
BOSSERT JASON J
.51 AC OR BK-0263 PG-0353

202 R-0270900 HX $358.30
0531.01-001-131-004.100
LAKE ROY A
.48 AC OR BK-0286 PG-0218

203 R-0271000 $2,320.60
0531.01-001-132-001.000
VOCELLE CHARLES T & LORI L
1.92 AC OR BK-0416 PG-0926

204 R-0277500 $228.04
0531.02-002-00B-002.000
TRANT WILLIAM NILO
.16 AC OR BK-0263 PG-0596

205 R-0278600 HX $438.30
0531.02-002-00F-001.000
EDMINSON GENE E Ill & KERI M
.24 AC OR BK-0319 PG-0710

206 R-0284500 HX $113.19
0531.02-005-040-002.000
ATKINS DWAYNE & MILDRED A
.32 AC OR BK-0362 PG-0620

207 R-0286100 HX $513.96
0531.02-005-044-010.000
SKlPPER CHERI CALINA
.48 AC OR BK<-0342 PG-0176

208 R-0288000 $515.77
0531.02-005-048-006.000
ENGLISH JEFFERY CRAIG
.16 AC OR BK-0214 PG-0356

209 R-0290100 $762.08
0531.02-005-066-003.000
SIMS JON A & HEIDI SIMS
.29 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0614

210 R-0290700 HX $332.94
0531.02-005-067-003.000
BENNETT RONNIE E & BRENDA G
.17 AC OR BK<-0325 PG-0857

211 R-0291500 $6,423.00
0531.02-005-068-003.000
BARONE FRANK C
1.20 AC OR BK-0403 PG-0046

212 R-0291700 $5,440.03
0531.02-005-069-003.000
MARYLANE APARTMENTS LTD
.64 AC OR BK-0190 PG-0197

213 R-0291800 $5,523.17
0531.02-005-069-007.000
MARYLANE APARTMENTS LTD
.64 AC OR BK-0190 PG-0197

214 R-0295100 HX $385.85
0531.02-005-135-004.000
AMERSON WM P & FRANCES C
.32 AC OR BK-0136 PG-0485

215 R-0296000 $360.02
0531.02-005-137-004.000
DEVER CHERI C
.13 AC OR BK-0330 PG-0244

216 R-0302600 $760.08
0531.03-003-007-002.000
BEASLEY'S APPLIANCE SERVICES
.04 AC OR BK-0438 PG-0524

217 R-0309100 $2,126.16
0531.03-003-025-005.000
BARONE FRANK C
.26 AC OR BK<-0372 PG-0944

218 R-0309200 $422.51
0531.03-003-025-007.000
BARONE FRANK C
.03 AC OR BK<-0372 PG-0944

219 R-0310400 HA $451.16
0531.03-003-027-005.000
BROWN LOUISE ESTATE
24 AC

220 R-0312200 $718.04
0531.03-003-114-007.000
FARROW STEPHEN G
.46 AC OR BK-0421PG-0455

221 R-0312400 $85.44
0531.03-003-114-010.000
GRIFFIN CLIFFORD ESTATE
17 AC

222 R-0314400 $47.05
0531.03-003-116-008.000
FLOWERS CHARLES & OLLIE M
.05 AC OR BK-0412 PG-0106

223 R-0314600 HX $64.35
0531.03-003-117-002.000
BRITT MONICA LOU
.36 AC OR BK-0072 PG-0348

224 R-0316400 $399.24
0531.03-003-120-003.000
YELVINGTON JERRY RAY
.02 AC OR BK-0399 PG-0363

225 R-0316500 $707.73
0531.03-003-120-004.000
YELVINGTON JERRY RAY
.04 AC OR BK-0399 PG-0363

226 R-0317800 $1,815.88
0531.03-003-121-006.000
SIMS JON A & SIMS DAVID C
.08 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0640

227 R-0318500 $1,162.85
0531.03-003-122-002.000
CALLAHAN RICKEY D SR &
.08 AC OR BK-0174 PG-0578

228 R-0320100 $1,147.53
0531.04-001-009-002.100
MCDANIEL MICHELE
.24 AC OR BK<-0427 PG-0877

229 R-0321300 HX $448.85
0531.04-001-012-003.000
PAUL JERRY L
.32 AC OR BK-0420 PG-0306

230 R-0321400 $1,674.91
0531.04-001-012-005.000
PANHANDLE ICE OF BONIFAY INC
.36 AC OR BK-0340 PG-0062

231 R-0324100 $430.99
0531.04-001-029-001.000
TREADWELL KRISTEN
.32 AC OR BK-0270 PG-0329

232 R-0324400 $809.87
0531.04-001-029-004.000
GOLDEN HARVEST INVESTMENTS,1NC


.16 AC OR BK-0416 PG-0627

233 R-0324900 $215.29
0531.04-001-030-001.000
LEE MABEL W ESTATE
S16 AC

234 R-0325400 $51.46
0531.04-001-030-006.000
LEE ALFONTO PURVIS ESTATE


DYKES JOHN E &TERESA L
3.00 AC OR BK-0241 PG-0875

166 R-0223000 HX $376.93
0509.00-000-000-011.000
LOSEE SHANNON
2.50 AC OR BK-0236 PG-0347

167 R-0223500 $1333.26
0509.00-000-000-016.000
CONNER NANCY J & JAMIE F
4.00 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0787

168 R-0225900 $523.45
0510.00-000-000-023.000
MACKEY MICHELLE
10.00 AC OR BK-0391PG-0717

169 R-0226000 $523.45
0510.00-000-000-024.000
MACKEY MICHELLE
10.00 AC OR BK-0391PG-0717

170 R-0226100 $523.45
0510.00-000-000-025.000
MACKEY MICHELLE L &
10.00 AC OR BK-0391PG-0717

171 R-0227700 $55.13
0511.00-000-000-008.000
POWERS JOHN D & BRENDA L
11.33 AC OR BK<-0437 PG-0321

172 R-0228200 $27.11
0511.00-000-000-009.500
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE &
7.00 AC OR BK-0128 PG-0127

173 R-0229500 HX $245.22
0511.00-000-000-017.000
POWELL CHRISTOPHER JAMES
2.00 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0363

174 R-0229700 $135.48
0511.00-000-000-019.000
MELDON DANIEL J
1.80 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0964

175 R-0229800 $85.44
0511.00-000-000-020.000
GOURLEY DEBRA L
1.00 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0964

176 R-0231600 $514.45
0512.00-000-000-001.100
MELDON DANIEL J
9.82 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0964

177 R-0232200 $314.87
0512.00-000-000-005.000
GOURLEY DEBRA L
5.00 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0964

178 R-0232900 $448.87
0514.01-001-00B-002.000
PAYNE ROBERT & BARBARA
3.45 AC OR BK-0362 PG-0932

179 R-0233300 $286.25
0514.02-001-00F-001.000
NUNLEY GLENN & STEVE
4.51 AC OR BK-0364 PG-0082

180 R-0234100 $425.66
0516.00-000-000-003.000
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE &
147.40 AC OR BK-0219 PG-0214

181 R-0237000 HX $341.58
0518.00-000-000-006.000
MAYO STEVEN D & SIMONA C
34.60 AC OR BK-0262 PG-0762

182 R-0240400 HX $456.75
0519.04-000-000-012.000
BEST JIM & TERRY
3.40 AC

183 R-0241100 $1429.56
0519.04-000-000-018.000
MIXSON HERMAN L
1.14 AC OR BK-0154 PG-0218

184 R-0242500 HX $1,747.39
0520.00-000-000-003.700
NELSON KALVIN & KRISTEN
3.05 AC OR BK-0320 PG-0499

185 R-0243800 $1,947.82
0521.00-000-000-001.000
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE &
206.70 AC OR BK-0219 PG-0214

186 R-0248500 HX $598.84
0529.00-000-000-005.000
PACANINS TOMAS & MERCEDES
.35 AC OR BK-0240 PG-0149

187 R-0248900 $1,461.80
0529.00-000-000-005.400
PACANINS TOMAS & MERCEDES
72.14 AC OR BK-0240 PG-0149

188 R-0249600 $776.26
0529.00-000-000-011.000
POWELL LEROY D & JUDY A
120.27 AC OR BK-0092 PG-0484

189 R-0251200 HX $560.49
0530.01-000-000-005.000
ANDERSON DEBBIE ANN SIMS
2.78 AC OR BK-0349 PG-0921

190 R-0251400 $151.60
0530.01-000-000-007.000
POWELL JUDY &LEROY D
60.14 AC

191 R-0252300 $141.83

PO EL OLODE 1E.000 UDY A
40.00 AC OR BK-0126 PG-0453

192 R-0254600 $133.42
0530.02-001-00B-001.000
SINGH RAMAN JIT
.54 AC OR BK-0431 PG-0308

193 R-0255200 $217.42
0530.02-001-00B-010.000
SINGH INDER & RAJ MEET
.95 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0203

194 R-0260200 HX $571.23
0530.03-000-000-042.000
BRASWELL GARY D WAN DA K
1.75 AC OR BK-0285 PG-0961

195 R-0260400 HX $347.11
0530.03-000-000-043.100
BAILEY RICHARD D & PAMELA
.61 AC OR BK-0173 PG-0656

196 R-0263500 $81.26
0530.03-002-00E-006.000
OWENS J STANLEY & CYNTHIA
.34 AC OR BK-0271PG-0007

197 R-0264600 $671.96
0530.04-000-000-002.000
POWELL JUDY &LEROY D
95.06 AC


198 R-0264700 HX $320.43
0530.04-000-000-002.100
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE & JUDY A
1.36 AC OR BK-0182 PG-0113

199 R-0264800 $573.14
0530.04-000-000-002.200
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE &
4.64 AC OR BK-0182 PG-0113


304 R-0438800 $395.81
0808.00-000-000-020.000
HURST TRAE D & CARRIE A
.96 AC OR BK-0417 PG-0329

305 R-0439400 HX $707.22
0808.00-001-000-008.000
DIRKSEN STEVEN P
5.10 AC OR BK-0403 PG-0972

306 R-0442300 HX $385.59
0809.00-000-000-015.000
PITTS SAMANTHA L
1.01 AC OR BK-0237PG-0524

307 R-0444800 HX $71.92
0810.00-000-000-013.000
MILLER CHAD A & KELLY R
13.00 AC OR BK-0361 PG-0735

308 R-0445700 $130.02
0811.00-000-000-008.000
BARONE FRANK C
37.50 AC OR BK-0368 PG-0496

309 R-0445900 $1,724.87
0811.00-000-000-010.000
NORTH CENTRAL EXPANDING
6.80 AC OR BK-0203 PG-0225

310 R-0446800 $112.95
0811.04-001-000-008.000
DOPPLERDAVE INC
.54 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0266

311 R-0446900 $112.95
0811.04-001-000-009.000
MAZUR FRANK & LILLIAN
.54 AC OR BK-0221 PG-0847

312 R-0447000 $112.95
0811.04-001-000-010.000
DOPPLERDAVE INC
.54 AC OR BK-0381PG;-0266

313 R-0447100 $112.95
0811.04-001-000-011.000
DOPPLERDAVE INC
.54 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0266

314 R-0447400 $106.28
0811.04-001-000-014.000
CONSUMER PROPERTIES INC
.50 AC OR BK-0421 PG-0260

315 R-0447500 $106.28
0811.04-001-000-015.000
HIXSON JOHN
.50 AC OR BK-0404 PG-0280

316 R-0447900 $89.59
0811.04-001-000-019.000
BRUDER LEO
.50 AC OR BK-0231PG-0005

317 R-0448200 $94.93
0811.04-001-000-022.000
KRISTELLE LLC
.54 AC OR BK-0415 PG-0858

318 R-0449000 $89.59
0811.04-001-000-030.000
ELBA ROBERT DELL & SHERRY
.50 AC OR BK<-0235 PG-0091

319 R-0449100 $89.59
0811.04-001-000-031.000
GULF & SOUTHERN CORPORATION
.50 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0965

320 R-0449300 $89.59
0811.04-001-000-033.000
CONSUMER PROPERTIES INC
.50 AC OR BK-0421 PG-0260

321 R-0450200 $121.97
0811.04-002-000-002.000
RYDER EDWARD J & VICKIE JO
.33 AC OR BK<-0272 PG-0523

322 R-0451800 $121.97
0811.04-002-000-031.000
CATANZARO STEPHEN
.33 AC OR BK-0338 PG-0992

323 R-0451900 $124.97
0811.04-002-000-033.000
CATANZARO STEVEN M
.34 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0887

324 R-0452000 $124.97
0811.04-002-000-034.000
CATANZARO STEPHEN M
.34 AC OR BK-0363 PG-0672

325 R-0452100 $152.00
0811.04-002-000-035.000
CATANZARO STEPHEN M
.43 AC OR BK<-0352 PG-0371

326 R-0453300 HX $210.56
0812.00-000-000-008.000
LEEDER DION JOHN &
17.50 AC OR BK-0211 PG-0174

327 R-0455600 $435.91
0813.00-000-000-004.300
HOLLAND CARLA E, &
4.00 AC OR BK-0348 PG-0887

328 R-0455700 $648.69
0813.00-000-000-004.400
HOLLAND GEORGE R & CARLA E
5.00 AC OR BK-0348 PG-0888

329 R-0455800 HX $403.22
0813.00-000-000-005.000
WILHITE MURRAY S
22.11 AC OR BK-0280 PG-0430

330 R-0457100 HX $139.61
0813.00-000-000-019.000
KENT KIMBERLY
4.00 AC OR BK-0398 PG-0155

331 R-0457400 $486.72
0813.00-000-000-023.000
CARMICHAEL JOYCE
4.20 AC OR BK-0321 PG-0069

332 R-0457900 $85.44
0814.00-000-000-001.100
HOLLAND CARLA E & HOLLAND GARY
1.00 AC OR BK-0348 PG-0887

333 R-0464100 $94.07
0815.00-000-000-042.000
BROWN ZEB T
16.78 AC OR BK-0400 PG-0684

334 R-0465200 $122.02
0816.00-000-000-008.000
MILLER W R & ELEANOR
25.19 AC

335 R-0470100 HX $464.52
0817.00-000-000-013.000
MEADOWS JAMES E &SHARON R
15.69 AC OR BK-0371PG-0557

336 R-0471300 $804.83
0819.00-000-000-001.000
WARD ARNOLD


2.16 AC

337 R-0473700 HX $197.29
0819.00-000-000-018.000
DEVER WILLIAM E JR
8.00 AC OR BK-0330 PG-0238

338 R-0474000 $458.89
0819.00-000-000-021.000


2C, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, May 6, 13, 20, 2009









MILLER BOBBY DON
1.75 AC OR BK-0407 PG-0180

339 R-0474700 $122.98
0819.04-001-000-007.000
LEWIS SHAWN & RHONDA
.75 AC OR BK<-0357 PG-0766

340 R-0474800 $105.61
0819.04-001-000-008.000
MERKLIN WALTER
.62 AC OR BK-0240 PG-0869

341 R-0474900 $89.59
0819KOE4-t00E1 ROEY009.000
.50 AC OR BK-0404 PG-0283

342 R-0475000 $89.59

00L1E 0ZKd0 0GE E .0S00PHIE
.50 AC OR BK-0319 PG-0702

343 R-0475300 $153.67
C8A1T9 04ZA0-00TOE013E.000
.98 AC OR BK-0210 PG-0052

344 R-0475500 $129.65
0819.04-001-000-015.000
CATANZARO STEPHEN
.80 AC OR BK- PG-0236

345 R-0475800 $284.50
008190 E 0 -000-R 800TUT
1.96 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

346 R-0476100 $340.56

01b0H4-COE TORL 0E2A0NDING
2.38 AC OR BK-0167 PG-0130

347 R-0481500 $252.20
0822.00-000-000-010.200
WHITEHEAD OPAL
15.00 AC OR BK<-0323 PG-0942

348 R-0482700 HX $193.67
0822.00-000-000-015.000
CURRY JAM ES A &
21.44 AC OR BK<-0422 PG-0688

349 R-0484000 HX $109.76


1.00 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0802

350 R-0484300 $373.28
T82.0 E 0-00-H N28.0A E P
7.00 AC OR BK<-0422 PG-0688

351 R-0487000 HX $121.62
0823.00-000-000-025.000
RIDLEY JOHNNR OILM2 G082

352 R-0494200 $105.44
0826.02-001-000-002.000
BRUDER LEO
.33 AC

353 R-0494900 $107.94
0826.02-001-000-013.000
LO4CK JAM EBK-0435 PG-0916

354 R-0495600 $105.44
0826.02-001-000-021.000
MAZUARCFRAONRKK O L2L NP-85

355 R-0496000 $105.44

TR206NO -A0HN1 00 0.ORRAINE
.33 AC OR BK<-0247 PG-0834

356 R-0496200 $488.40

EQ2U61 T OIMT(EOD2 PNERSHIP
1.86 AC OR BK-0420 PG-0371

357 R-0498800 HX $175.29
0827.00-000-000-013.000
CURRY JIM
5.00 AC OR BK<-0354 PG-0430

358 R-0502600 $477.43

PA2L8MER 0A0NOROEW 00 NGA
10.00 AC OR BK-0379 PG-0111

359 R-0503000 $51.35
0828.00-000-000-011.100
KRYSTOPA ARLENE INEZ
20.00 AC OR BK-0139 PG-0341

360 R-0503900 HX $1 907.45
0828.00-000-000-021.000

W2NI5NOGACR BRC NBS-0357 PG-0261

361 R-0504600 $3 907.33
OC8A2S9.R001-000-OO O
41.57 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0542

362 R-0505100 $2 290.54
0829.00-001-000-007.000
FRANCIS MARK & LAUREN
20.00 AC OR BK-0398 PG-0127

363 R-0506100 $453.98
0829.00-001-000-12A.000
SNEED ALISHA
3.60 AC OR BK-0420 PG-0420

364 R-0506200 $415.71
0829.00-001-000-12B.000
ANDRE JEAN ERIC
5.39 AC OR BK<-0425 PG-0029

365 R-0506400 $446.89
0829.00-001-000-12G.000

L2W88LASCA OR BK-0420 PG-0372

366 R-0508500 HX $301.74
0830.00-000-000-009.300
BUTTERWORTH CANDICE L F
12.02 AC OR BK-0128 PG-0388

367 R-0509300 $99.62
0830.00-000-000-015.000
STEWART YVONNE E
.92 AC OR BK-0192 PG-0778

368 R-0508701 HA $490.52

SW3 0ON00d0Rpl0S 000KIMBERLY R
6.98 AC

369 R-0510500 $3,156.96


33.54 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0081

370 R-0511500 HX $294.68
08E31N00-A000D-000-R005.0N00L
1.00 AC OR BK-0192 PG-0736


371 R-0511600 $398.29
D8E31N00-000 000 OU6 TOO
7.50 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0220

372 R-0512300 $1 368.88

OC8H3RE JOL 10SEO 26.& VALERIE DM
331R 100A OR BK-0381P-051388


0831.00-001-000-027.000
CLARKE CARROLL C & CHERYL B
13.47 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0694

374 R-0513200 $1,297.95
0831.00-001-000-035.000
LAWRENCE RODNEY T & DIANA M
10.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0369

375 R-0513300 $1,510.70
0831.00-001-000-036.000
CURLEY JOHN D JR &
15.00 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0003


3608R31103080010-000-041.0001,6.8
BEADLE EASTON K
10.00 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0425


3708R31104000010-000-043.0001,3.7
MORGAN CHARLES E & DONNA K
13.89 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0684


3808R31 10 0010-000-044.0001,4.7
TRASPUESTO JOSE & AIDA
12.61 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0650

379 R-0514500 $2,148.95
0831.00-001-000-048.000
OWENS LARRY S & WANDA F
20.15 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0960


3008R31105020010-000-057.0002,9.9
RODRIQUEZ ALVARO & JACQUELINE
22.37 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0065


3108R31105040010-000-060.0001,2.5
LAURENCIN GUILLAUME & ANN GREl
15.06 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0994

382 R-0515500 $2,197.18
0831.00-001-000-061.000
GRAHAM LARON S & MILDRED AW
15.33 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0177

383 R-0516000 $732.08
0831.00-001-000-52B.000
ELVIR FRANKLIN & CAROLINA
8.00 AC OR BK-0422 PG-0464


3408R32107070010-000-068.0002,4.5
TEKEH BEATRICE, TEKEH QUINTA,
20.00 AC OR BK-0389 PG-0539


3508R321070-0010-000-071.0002,7.6
EASLEY KENNETH A
26.85 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0221

386 R-0518300 $2,148.95

3UL NA E TOEOR ORSES INC
26.54 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0590

387 R-0518400 $2,148.84
0832.00-001-000-076.000
POISSON MICHELINE &
20.33 AC OR BK-0396 PG-0233

388 R-0518700 $1,794.37
H83A 00 101-0N0E-079.000
15.73 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0740

389 R-0519100 $1,156.12

3ERt0AND0E1Z-0E D A8 0A& SANDRA S
8.89 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0568


3008R32109020010-000-086.0001,9.5
ROGALSKI KEITH & MARIE
9.17 AC OR BK-0381 PG-0632


3108R3505050010-000-00 .000 $8.3
SULLIVAN KAREN RAE & DARRELL A
4.77 AC OR BK-0379 PG-0368

392 R-0525900 $864.55
0835.00-001-000-006.000
CAPPUCCIO THOMAS R JR & CAROL
3.87 AC OR BK-0390 PG-0890


3308R3608000000-000-017.000$3.1
PITTS MICHAEL J
9.25 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0664

394 R-0528600 $1,637.65
0901.00-000-000-003.000
CB CREATIONS LLC
2.10 AC OR BK-0392 PG-0272

395 R-0528900 HX $409.61

OIHOWER 00AM OES4.ADIS Ill
14.00 AC OR BK-0340 PG-0221


3609R0109020000-000-005.200$0.2
LAWSON TIMOTHY ADAM
2.87 AC OR BK-0342 PG-0167

397 R-0530600 HX $611.19
0901.00-000-000-016.000
GARDNER ISAAC T JR & FRAN
2.00 AC OR BK-0183 PG-0181

398 R-0531900 $779.76
0901.00-000-000-031.100
SINGLETARY JOSEPH & BESSIE
1.00 AC OR BK-0138 PG-0477

399 R-0532000 HX $200.02
0901.00-000-000-032.000
STEVERSON CHARLENE
6.25 AC OR BK-0349 PG-0071

400 R-0532400 $185.88

OM9A COLLO -S ON-L3A0A0ROSR
2.18 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0669

401 R-0532900 $85.44
0901.00-000-000-041.000
WHITAKER CHARLES WAYNE
1.00 AC OR BK-0258 PG-0158

402 R-0534400 $997.26
0902.00-000-000-011.200
HOLMES ROBERT H
7.02 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0706

403 0RO20 50400000002.01,357.77
HOLMES ROBERT H IV
40.00 AC OR BK-0304 PG-0955

404 0RO20 600000-0-2.0$47.87
BOYETT JOHNNY M
.30 AC OR BK<-0335 PG-0687


40509R409040000-000-003.000$3.5
COMPSTON RICHARD E
43.76 AC OR BK-0296 PG-0481


40609R409060000-000-005.000$9.3
DOCKERY DARYL RAY
14.67 AC OR BK-0269 PG-0110


40709R409080000-000-005.200$9.7
RUSHING EDOWARAB-H2 5MPGOL7E2


DDPL LLC
71.10 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0612

443 R-0599200 $87.80
0914.00-000-000-008.000
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE &
40.00 AC OR BK-0284 PG-0594

444 R-0599500 HX $431.62
0914.00-000-000-012.000
VICKERS DIANA
.81 AC OR BK-0358 PG-0559

445 R-0599600 $91.70
094.E0 00 ONOAO-013.000
1.10 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0253

446 R-0604000 HX $408.24
0917.00-000-000-013.000
SEWELL ROBERT E
7.03 AC OR BK-0413 PG-0536

447 R-0605600 HX $1,399.59
0918.00-000-000-007.000
MARSHALL DOY HJR
5.00 AC OR BK-0395 PG-0080

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GIBSON DONNY A & DEBRA D
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455 R-0616800 HX $78.99
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456 R-0617000 HX $127.40
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GRIFFIN ROBERT A & ALMA E
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BOYD PATRICIA A
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HARRIS AND ASSOC PAINTING INC
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467 R-0649100 $218.21
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SALLAS JOPSEPH F JR & MARY R
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LANE MIKI N ESTATE
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469 R-0655900 HX $69.04
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ADAMS LELANRDBFKSOR 2P-05


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MIMS NOLIA
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474 R-0663100 HX $96.29
0936.03-000-000-017.000
GAINEY KRISTY
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0936.0 -000-000-016.000
D &B LLC
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SHAWLEY EXA M
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LANE EDWARD A &
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THARP LEROY J &NAOMIESTATE
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THARP LEROY AND NAOMI ESTATE
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BALLARD VANCY ESTATE
.25 AC

485 R-0671400 HX $425.04
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DUREN SONJA K
.57 AC OR BK-0390 PG-0342

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HARRIS W HAROLD
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487 R-0676000 $118.43
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STRICKLAND C L ESTATE
.21 AC

488 R-0677300 $2,823.44
1001.01-000-000-009.100
STARR GORDON F & NYLA J
2.00 AC OR BK-0333 PG-0139

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MOMART INC
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1FOOROUE OL OUI 0 2R IE
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POWELL RAY R & MARY ESTATE
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NAPIER JIMMY TRUSTEE
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MOORE SHERRY S
.52 AC OR BK-0416 PG-0674

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1HOOD DTEOR -0G 2 U. NNE N
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TR UPHOOB0S NEOS LOC
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HOLMES MANUFACTURING CORP
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VOCELLE CHARLES T & LORI L
.37 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0766

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SMITH GREGORY T FAMILY PARTNER
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1013.00-000-000-007.200
SMITH GREGORY T
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SCHACK ANDY & MICHELLE
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511 R-0712400 $1,043.47

SM11H OREOE0RO 1FA0 LY PARTN


408 R-0539900 $313.20
0904.00-000-000-005.300
HENRY BEATRICE
5.80 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0867

409 R-0543600 HX $357.77
0905.00-000-000-015.000
JORDAN RAY CONNER JR
5.00 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0325

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0906.00-000-000-001.100
HARWICK FAMILY CEMETERY
.04 AC OR BK-0176 PG-0431

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0906.00-000-000-007.000
WENRICH NAVONEE CHERIE
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PADGETT HERMON
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0907.00-000-000-009.300
BUTLER RONNIE D & JOAN F
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.34 AC OR BK<-0324 PG-0928

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0908.01-005-00E-005.000
NESBITT DAVID A
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0908.03-000-000-005.000
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.87 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0719

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0908.03-000-000-006.000
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0908.03-000-000-007.000
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0908.04-000-000-004.000
LOLLEY JAMES EARL
20.00 AC OR BK-0216 PG-0116

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0908.04-000-000-025.000
MOORE JERRELL & FRANCES
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0909.02-004-000-006.000
MALDONADO ROBERT T
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0909.02-004-000-017.000
HOLMES ROBERT H
.46 AC OR BK-0229 PG-0646

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0909.02-006-000-037.000
MIDDLEBROOKS ROBERT ROGER
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0909.03-002-000-014.000
ROSSBURG RA
.49 AC OR BK-0361 PG-0100

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FLOOD CYNTHIA
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0909.03-002-000-039.000
HALL LINDA WARD
.13 AC OR BK-0152 PG-0668

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0909.03-002-000-042.000
NEUBERT JILL L ETAL
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0909.03-004-000-020.000
HUFF EDWARD LEE & DONNA LYNN
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0909.03-004-000-021.000
HUFF EDWARD LEE & DONNA LYNN
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0909.03-006-000-008.000
CLARK PAMELA ETAL
.54 AC OR BK-0340 PG-0270

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0909.03-006-000-011.000
RUSHING EDWARD H & MYRTLE
.40 AC OR BK-0068 PG-0220

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LOLLEY JAM ES & SHERRY
.72 AC OR BK-0072 PG-0279

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0909.04-000-000-004.000
SCOTT TIMOTHY JEROME & TRACY T
14.28 AC OR BK-0349 PG-0864

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0909.04-000-000-004.100
TAYLOR TRACY L
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BOSSERT MICHAEL W & DENISE
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0910.00-000-000-014.000
CUNNINGHAM KEVIN, RAHMES KATY
13.70 AC OR BK<-0435 PG-0463

437 R-0592200 $606.84
0911.00-000-000-023.000
SANDERS DAVID W
1.62 AC OR BK-0414 PG-0754

438 R-0594000 HX $163.68
0912.00-000-000-010.000
MITCHELL SUE
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0912.00-000-000-014.000
STRICKLAND CHARLES JIMMY
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440 R-0597000 $29.77
0913.00-000-000-006.000
POWELL LEROY DEWAYNE &


3.46 AC OR BK-0284 PG-0594

441 R-0598200 HX $488.57
0914.00-000-000-004.200
FORMAN JAMES G & DEBORAH L
15.88 AC OR BK-0358 PG-0562

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477 R 06400 $85.44









1.60 AC OR BK-0415 PG-0355

512 R-0717700 HX $476.85
1014.00-000-000-002.170
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1014.00-000-000-004.200
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1015.00-000-000-007.300
STANALAND JERRY A
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1015.00-000-000-013.000
SNAIDMAN ROBERT W & IDA G
29.43 AC OR BK-0318 PG-0070

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1125.00-000-000-002.100
GAMBRELL VANDA DELAYNE
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1125.00-000-000-009.000
GAMBRELL VANDA DELAYNE
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1125.00-000-000-010.100
BRUNER LIZZY MAE &
1.00 AC OR BK-0265 PG-0901

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1125.00-000-000-014.000
BRUNNER LIZZY MAY & TRACEY
1.00 AC OR BK-0289 PG-0508

521 R-0727100 $223.55
1126.00-000-000-002.000
PADGETT MARGIE MAE ESTATE
.50 AC OR BK-0298 PG-0026

522 R-0727200 $154.26
1126.00-000-000-002.200
SOWELL LORETTA & TONY
3.00 AC OR BK-0161 PG-0605

523 R-0729600 $86.04
1127.00-001-000-001.000
ROSS RICHARD G & ANTHONY J
1.01 AC

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1129.00-000-000-003.000
YARBROUGH FRANKLIN & SHIRLEY
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1129.00-000-000-004.100
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86.73 AC OR BK-0240 PG-0601

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1129.00-000-000-004.200
GRAHAM ALBERT & LYNDA
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1129.00-000-000-006.000
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1129.00-000-000-019.100
YARBROUGH TONY E &SHARON
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529 R-0736400 $133.38
1131.00-000-000-004.000
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531 R-0739800 $34.26
1132.00-000-000-007.000
MOTLEY LARRY L & LINDA K
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1132.00-000-000-009.000
TRAMMELL EVELYN
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533 R-0741800 HX $1,240.58
1133.00-000-000-005.000
MOTLEY LARRY L & LINDA K
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534 R-0745200 HX $289.16
1135.00-000-000-018.000
HAWTHORNE KAREN M
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535 R-0746700 $47.00
1136.00-000-000-005.000
WATSON RANDY E & BETTY J
7.06 AC OR BK-0226 PG-0214

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1136.00-000-000-010.000
WATSON RANDY E & BETTY J
17.94 AC OR BK-0226 PG-0212

537 R-0750000 $254.24
1202.00-000-000-003.000
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1202.00-000-000-003.100
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1202.00-000-000-003.200
POPE RODNEY & WANDA
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1202.00-000-000-018.200
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1202.00-000-000-025.000
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542 R-0754900 $80.43
1204.00-000-000-003.000
MOTLEY LARRY L & LINDA K
40.00 AC OR BK-0120 PG-0414

543 R-0756400 HX $1,057.05
1205.00-000-000-008.100
LEAVING EVERETTE B SR
14.49 AC OR BK-0124 PG-0586

544 R-0756800 HX $481.73


1205.00-000-000-012.000
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27.44 AC OR BK-0200 PG-0641

545 R-0756900 HX $48.46
1205.00-000-000-012.100
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6.00 AC OR BK<-0223 PG-0247


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.33 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0956

616 R-0844900 $91.70
1317.01-001-000-007.000
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617 R-0845000 $50.37
1317.01-001-000-008.000
DEVICO LOUIS
.33 AC

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1317.01-001-000-009.000
GULF & SOUTHERN CORPORATION
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619 R-0845700 $91.70
1317.01-001-000-016.000
GULF & SOUTHERN CORPORATION
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GULF & SOUTHERN CORPORATION
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FITZGERALD FRANK
.92 AC OR BK-0180 PG-0426

622 R-0847900 $85.44
1319.00-000-000-007.000
POWELL JOEESTATE
1.00 AC

623 R-0848000 $124.84
1319.00-000-000-008.000
CERRO GORDO DEVELOPERS
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624 R-0849300 $122.98
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ROGERS FRANCES G
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1319.02-00B-000-004.000
BOLES RAYMOND R
.38 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0195

627 R-0851700 $144.74
1319.02-00B-000-014.000
WILSON JENNELLA
.57 AC OR BK-0261 PG-0863

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LEWIS SHAWN & RHONDA
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BOLES RICHARD
.33 AC OR BK-0311 PG-0618

630 R-0853700 $60.30
1319.02-00B-000-034.000
ROGERS FRANCES ESTATE
.43 AC OR BK-0311 PG-0925

631 R-0853800 $61.36
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BOLES RAYMOND RICHARD
.59 AC OR BK<-0323 PG-0484

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DONALDSON RANDALL
.34 AC OR BK-0256 PG-0408

633 R-0855400 $47.87
1319.02-00B-000-052.000
MATHEWS H B
.34 AC OR BK-0136 PG-0520

634 R-0858000 $31.37
1319.02-00D-000-015.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.61 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

635 R-0858200 $69.40
1319.02-00E-000-001.000
GEESLIN J ARTHUR
1.15 AC OR BK-0430 PG-0544

636 R-0859800 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-001.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

637 R-0859900 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-002.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

638 R-0860000 $103.14
1319.02-00F-00A-003.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

639 R-0860200 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-006.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

640 R-0860300 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-007.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

641 R-0860400 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-008.000
CARNLEY JEANNETTE M
.34 AC OR BK-0195 PG-0497

642 R-0860500 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-009.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

643 R-0860600 $47.87
1319.02-00F-00A-010.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

644 R-0860800 $35.37
1319.02-00F-00A-012.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

645 R-0860900 $35.37
1319.02-00F-00A-013.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.34 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

646 R-0861300 $35.23
1319.02-00F-00B-004.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

647 R-0861600 $47.64
1319.02-00F-00B-007.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543


648 R-0861700 $47.64
1319.02-00F-00B-008.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

649 R-0861800 $47.64
1319.02-00F-00B-009.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543


650 R-0861900 $47.64
1319.02-00F-00B-010.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC

651 R-0862400 $42.67
1319.02-00F-00C-002.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

652 R-0862500 $40.20
1319.02-00F-00C-003.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

653 R-0862600 $32.75
1319.02-00F-00C-004.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

654 R-0862900 $47.64
1319.02-00F-00C-007.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

655 R-0863000 $47.64
1319.02-00F-00C-008.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

656 R-0864600 $689.35
1319.02-00F-00E-001.000
BOLES RAYMOND R & GWENDELYN &
7.30 AC OR BK<-0242 PG-0281

657 R-0865200 $51.64
1319.02-00F-00F-006.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.83 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

658 R-0865300 $52.12
1319.02-00F-00F-007.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.97 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

659 R-0865500 $52.39
1319.02-00F-00F-009.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
1.11 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

660 R-0865600 $52.39
1319.02-00F-00F-010.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
1.11 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

661 R-0866000 $29.09
1319.02-00F-00G-001.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.27 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

662 R-0866100 $29.09
1319.02-00F-00G-002.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.27 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

663 R-0866200 $43.69
1319.02-00F-00G-003.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.27 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

664 R-0866300 $28.75
1319.02-00F-00G-004.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.27 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

665 R-0866400 $29.44
1319.02-00F-00G-005.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.30 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

666 R-0866500 $29.98
1319.02-00F-00G-006.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.33 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

667 R-0866600 $49.88
1319.02-00F-00G-007.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.37 AC OR BK-0183 PG-0063

668 R-0866700 HX $560.65
1319.02-00F-00G-008.000
BOLES RAYMOND RICHARD
.37 AC

669 R-0866800 $51.14
1319.02-00F-00G-009.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.38 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

670 R-0866900 $51.14
1319.02-00F-00G-010.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
.38 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

671 R-0867000 $30.37
1319.02-000-000-001.000
ROGERS FRANCES
10.00 AC

672 R-0867100 $470.84
1319.02-002-000-001.000
ROGERS FRANCES G
5.78 AC OR BK-0206 PG-0543

673 R-0869500 $1,346.72
1322.00-000-000-004.000
BAUST FRED G & VERONICA L
20.00 AC OR BK-0395 PG-0535

674 R-0870900 $1,102.92
1322.00-000-000-016.000
PITTS PAUL & MARCIA
7.00 AC OR BK-0390 PG-0779

675 R-0871900 $101.56
1322.00-000-000-025.000
SELLERS ALFRED M ESTATE
1.11 AC OR BK-0173 PG-0522

676 R-0872000 $100.85
1322.00-000-000-026.000
SELLERS MANDIE
1.10 AC

677 R-0872900 $238.37
1322.00-000-000-037.000
HARRIS RONNIE
1.00 AC OR BK-0320 PG-0739

678 R-0873700 $5,319.94
1323.00-000-000-005.000
WRIGHTS CREEK FARM LLC
45.00 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0676

679 R-0875300 $726.35
1323.00-001-000-011.000
SIBUCA RAYMUNDO JR
5.44 AC OR BK-0393 PG-0001

680 R-0875700 $276.71
1323.00-001-000-016.000
BACK CATHERINE J
1.83 AC OR BK-0391 PG-0474

681 R-0875800 $418.56
1323.00-001-000-027.000
SALGADO LOURDES
2.76 AC OR BK-0395 PG-0224

682 R-0876000 $785.94
1323.00-001-000-029.000
GONZALEZ FRANCISCO V & MARGOT


4.82 AC OR BK-0393 PG-0001

683 R-0876300 $249.76
1323.00-001-000-033.000
ONG FRANSISCO A JR
1.02 AC OR BK-0393 PG-0001

684 R-0876500 $1,051.12
1323.00-001-000-035.000


581 R-0790900


1206.00-000-000-011.000
MOTLEY LARRY
.87 AC OR BK-0320 PG-0904

547 R-0761300 $153.98
1206.00-000-000-014.300
CONNER JIMMY &SANDRA A
5.00 AC OR BK-0177 PG-0703

548 R-0763100 HX $366.34
1206.00-000-000-030.000
CONNER PERRY W
8.69 AC OR BK<-0423 PG-0347

549 R-0763300 HX $35.32
1206.00-000-000-032.000
HALL JAMES
1.81 AC OR BK-0345PG-0074

550 R-0765500 HX $449.00
1207.00-000-000-005.400
MATHEWS STAN & LSA
8.70 AC OR BK<-0333 PG-0770

551 R-0765700 HX $55.84
1207.00-000-000-005.600
PHILLIPS LEONARD TERRANCE
5.37 AC OR BK-0301 PG-0748

552 R-0766700 $148.00
1207.00-000-000-008.300
VAUGHAN TERRY
2.00 AC OR BK-0133 PG-0325

553 R-0769400 HX $584.21
1208.00-000-000-001.200
SCONIERS DALE
42.62 AC OR BK-0196 PG-0622

554 R-0769500 $223.26
1208.00-000-000-002.000
SCONIERS DALE & ALESIA M
109.61 AC OR BK-0216 PG-0675

555 R-0769700 $306.10
1208.00-000-000-003.200
HALL RICHARD E & ALICE R
4.85 AC OR BK-0186 PG-0571

556 R-0769800 HX $186.32
1208.00-000-000-004.000
HALL RICHARD E
1.46 AC

557 R-0770900 $178.03
1208.00-000-000-022.000
STEELE ELIZABETH D
2.48 AC OR BK-0139 PG-0285

558 R-0772100 $704.90
1210.00-000-000-006.000
SOWELL J M
16.89 AC OR BK-0155 PG-0651

559 R-0773100 $196.95
1210.00-000-000-015.000
KEITH CABIN FOUNDATION CORP
.90 AC OR BK-0362 PG-0670

560 R-0773400 HX $85.65
1210.00-000-000-017.000
CHAPMAN BROWARD L & FLORENCE
1.00 AC

561 R-0774000 HX $444.66
1210.00-000-000-022.000
LEWIS KENNY SHAWN & RHONDA L
1.00 AC OR BK-0291 PG-0)108
562 R-0777200 $39.55
1211.00-000-000-015.000
SOWELL JM & ETAL
.20 AC OR BK-0101 PG-0691

563 R-0777500 $97.94
1211.00-000-000-017.000
COVINGTON JOHN
1.20 AC OR BK-0286 PG-0514

564 R-0780500 $322.86
1211.00-000-000-043.000
ADAMS FLORENCE
9.32 AC OR BK-0320 PG-0682

565 R-0782300 $240.17
1212.00-001-000-001.000
WOODHAM FRANK E & MELBA P
10.00 AC OR BK-0293 PG-0039

566 R-0782900 $62.06
1213.00-000-000-004.000
LEWIS KENNY S & RHONDA
13.00 AC OR BK-0315 PG-0909

567 R-0783000 $278.15
1213.00-000-000-005.000
SELLERS JEFFERY MACK & STARLA
5.10 AC OR BK<-0422 PG-0081

568 R-0783500 HX $515.91
1213.00-000-000-008.200
SELLERS LARRY
1.00 AC OR BK-0276 PG-0870

569 R-0784700 HX $330.04
1214.00-000-000-003.000
KIRKLAND JAMES R & CAROLYN
44.02 AC OR BK<-0422 PG-0654

570 R-0784800 $144.60
1214.00-000-000-003.100
KIRKLAND JAMES R & CAROLYN
1.00 AC OR BK-0097 PG-0016

571 R-0785700 HX $445.11
1215.00-000-000-002.000
GALE MICHEAL, THOMPSON JOAN
4.03 AC OR BK-0389 PG-0844

572 R-0786900 HX $143.58
1215.00-000-000-010.700
SANDERS LCOMMER &
.70 AC OR BK-0403 PG-0537

573 R-0787000 $117.57
1215.00-000-000-010.800
JONES CHARLES HOUSTON
.70 AC OR BK-0362 PG-0252

574 R-0787200 $551.70
1215.00-000-000-011.000
LI MARGARITA
2.72 AC OR BK-0247 PG-0327

575 R-0788200 $1,286.60
1215.00-000-000-019.000
PITTS PAUL & MARCIA
7.87 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0808

576 R-0788300 $1,707.03
1215.00-000-000-020.000
ELLENBURG CHARLES WADE
25.60 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0750

577 R-0788600 HX $444.75
1215.00-000-000-023.000
PHILLIPS WALTER LEE
1.00 AC OR BK-0290 PG-0437

578 R-0788800 $85.44
1215.00-000-000-025.000
CARROLL HILDA
1.00 AC OR BK-0120 PG-0192


579 R-0789600 $119.63
1215.00-000-000-033.000
HOWELL MARLENE
1.16 AC OR BK-0326 PG-0831

580 R-0790700 $619.40
1216.00-000-000-003.100
CLAPPER JAMES ALAN
13.00 AC OR BK-0202 PG-0607


1216.00-000-000-005.000
PORTUGAL REYNALDO & ALEJANDRO
40.10 AC OR BK-0215 PG-0613

582 R-0795800 $279.82
1221.00-000-000-004.000
LABORDES PIERRE
4.40 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0331

583 R-0799400 $177.15
1222.00-000-000-008.000
STOUTAMIRE WILLIAM F SR
80.69 AC OR BK<-0247 PG-0465

584 R-0799600 $35.88
1222.00-000-000-008.200
LEAVING DONALD
5.00 AC OR BK<-0335 PG-0515

585 R-0799800 HX $196.22
1222.00-000-000-009.100
LEAVING DONALD & ANNA M
5.60 AC

586 R-0803300 $150.27
1225.00-000-000-009.000
BUTTERWORTH CANDICE LEE F
70.00 AC OR BK-0318 PG-0891

587 R-0803800 $88.87
1226.00-000-000-002.000
BRINKLEY BURT O & MARY J
40.00 AC OR BK<-0375 PG-0591

588 R-0804500 $164.96
1227.00-000-000-004.100
EPLEY JANET
1.00 AC OR BK<-0225 PG-0484

589 R-0806300 HX $308.23
1228.00-000-000-005.000
THOMAS WILLIAM GREGORY
1.50 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0993

590 R-0809300 $722.98
1229.00-000-000-010.400
FRAVEZZI BERT L JR
13.00 AC OR BK-0387 PG-0302

591 R-0809400 $523.45
1229.00-000-000-010.700
EDWARDS KAREN
10.00 AC OR BK<-0375 PG-0286

592 R-0812900 $85.44
1232.00-000-000-006.500
CARROLL HILDA
1.00 AC OR BK-0103 PG-0215

593 R-0813300 $307.75
1232.00-000-000-008.000
FOREHAND ELZIE & DAISY
1.60 AC OR BK-0178 PG-0186

594 R-0828500 $97.94
1309.00-000-000-009.000
STYER RANDALL M & KAREN I
1.20 AC OR BK-0251PG-0271

595 R-0829700 HX $434.74
1312.00-000-000-006.000
FOSKEY KIMBERLY K
2.00 AC OR BK<-0272 PG-0819

596 R-0830300 $3,193.28
1312.00-000-000-009.100
BELLINO SHERRY F LIVING TRUST
95.00 AC OR BK<-0323 PG-0325

597 R-0832200 $2,640.25
1314.00-000-000-007.000
WRIGHTS CREEK FARM LLC
22.24 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0676

598 R-0832900 $1,220.01
1314.00-000-000-014.000
HOLMES JENNIFER
32.40 AC OR BK-0390 PG-0458

599 R-0833900 $872.44
1314.00-001-000-045.000
MORENO JOSE D
4.87 AC OR BK-0390 PG-0683

600 R-0834300 $560.38
1314.00-001-000-049.000
GUTIERREZ ALFREDO & VASQUEZ
1.86 AC OR BK-0391 PG-0669

601 R-0836300 $356.75
1315.00-000-000-013.000
HENDERSON HOWARD C ESTATE
6.67 AC OR BK-0162 PG-0246

602 R-0838200 $971.75
1315.00-001-000-003.000
ALI RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES
6.09 AC OR BK-0395 PG-0634

603 R-0839200 $47.44
1316.00-000-000-005.000
FRENCH TRAVIS & SHERRY
12.83 AC OR BK-0310 PG-0618

604 R-0839300 HX $614.47
1316.00-000-000-006.000
FRENCH FARRELL
2.50 AC OR BK-0263 PG-0283

605 R-0839400 $530.20
1316.00-000-000-007.000
FRENCH TRAVIS E & SHERRY E
3.50 AC OR BK-0420 PG-0233

606 R-0839900 $184.30
1316.00-000-000-010.000
MANCILL DAVID CLIFTON
4.06 AC OR BK-0397 PG-0098

607 R-0840200 HX $38.86
1316.00-000-000-012.100
MANCILL EUGENE & KATHY
10.34 AC OR BK-0156 PG-0395

608 R-0840400 HX $351.52
1316.00-000-000-013.100
MANCILL HELEN
1.00 AC OR BK-0091 PG-0724

609 R-0841300 HX $562.51
1316.00-000-000-018.100
MAJORS JAMES E & CANDEE
19.00 AC OR BK<-0332 PG-0054

610 R-0842200 $86.97
1316.00-000-000-022.000
MANCILL JAMES ERWIN & MELISSA
2.05 AC OR BK-0397 PG-0100

611 R-0842300 $151.13
1316.00-000-000-023.000
MANCILL EUGENE
2.05 AC OR BK-0214 PG-0661

612 R-0842500 HX $553.19
1316.00-000-000-025.000
FRENCH TRAVIS
16.01 AC

613 R-0842600 $398.29
1316.00-000-000-027.000
FRENCH FARRELL
7.50 AC OR BK-0263 PG-0283


614 R-0842700 $97.32
1316.00-000-000-028.000
GARNER J W
1.19 AC OR BK<-0342 PG-0688

615 R-0844600 $91.70
1317.01-001-000-004.000


546 R-0760800


$670.53


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JENKINS MARK L
3.65 AC OR BK-0390 PG-0609

685 R-0879200 HX $152.77
1326.01-000-000-004.000
YANCEY GREGORY H & CINDY K
20.00 AC OR BK<-0352 PG-0121

686 R-0880200 $42.38
1326.03-000-000-009.000
HARRIS CASSIE C
26.00 AC OR BK<-0335 PG-0163

687 R-0881900 $47.41
1326.03-001-001-020.A00
HOWELL VIRGINIA B
.22 AC OR BK-0180 PG-0186

688 R-0882600 $47.41
1326.03-001-001-025.000
LEWIS SHAWN & RHONDA
.22 AC OR BK<-0357 PG-0771

689 R-0882700 $47.41
1326.03-001-001-026.000
LEWIS SHAWN & RHONDA
.22 AC OR BK<-0357 PG-0774

690 R-0883300 $47.41
1326.03-001-001-031.000
DOCKERY D J & RUTH TRUST
.22 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

691 R-0884100 HX $177.87
1326.04-001-000-001.300
PETERS PATSY N
3.00 AC OR BK<-0242 PG-0396

692 R-0884500 HX $179.96
1326.04-001-000-001.700
HENDRICKSON JEFFREY L &
2.00 AC OR BK-0339 PG-0279

693 R-0884700 $81.26
1326.04-001-000-002.000
LEWIS SHAWN & RHONDA
.70 AC OR BK<-0357 PG-0768

694 R-0885500 $92.10
1326.04-001-000-021.000
HARTZOG JERRY O & VERMONA,
.83 AC OR BK<-0427 PG-0627

695 R-0885900 HX $178.40
1326.04-001-000-028.000
PETTINGILL ROBERT J & BETTY L
1.24 AC OR BK-0215 PG-0667

696 R-0886100 $338.54
1326.04-001-000-030.000
HARRIS W HAROLD
1.03 AC OR BK<-0347 PG-0907

697 R-0886200 $76.45
1326.04-001-000-031.000
NECENCE MARC & AMIDE P
.35 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0680

698 R-0886300 $296.00
1326.04-001-000-032.000
HOPKINS SHARON
.89 AC OR BK<-0272 PG-0133

699 R-0886400 $40.39
1326.04-001-000-034.000
CREMEANS ROBERT AND SARAH L
.11 AC OR BK-0404 PG-0894

700 R-0886500 $40.39
1326.04-001-000-035.000
CREMEANS TROY & SARAH
.11 AC OR BK-0085 PG-0036

701 R-0887900 $256.45
1326.04-001-000-059.000
KING CHEYENNE & DAKOTA
4.00 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0322

702 R-0888000 HX $113.20
1326.04-001-000-060.000
HARCUS SHONDA & RONALD
1.00 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0324

703 R-0889700 $56.75
1327.03-000-000-002.400
TAYLOR MATTHEW & MICHELLE
1.04 AC OR BK-0153 PG-0554

704 R-0890100 $94.19
1327.03-000-000-005.000
HARVAN JOSEPH P
1.14 AC OR BK<-0344 PG-0191

705 R-0891000 $93.97
1327.03-001-000-020.000
FLOYD ALLEN J
1.96 AC OR BK-0201 PG-0102

706 R-0892600 $356.83
1327.04-000-000-001.200
HALL FRANCES ETAL
3.66 AC OR BK-0216 PG-0598

707 R-0892800 HX $200.05
1327.04-000-000-003.000
HARRIS CASSIE
7.50 AC OR BK-0331 PG-0598

708 R-0895900 $73.58
1327.04-001-002-096.000
AFFORD RUPERT E, II
.47 AC OR BK<-0324 PG-0534

709 R-0896600 $71.97
1327.04-001-002-105.000
BICKEL JOHN G & OLETA
.44 AC

710 R-0897000 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-110.000
DOCKERY D J & RUTH TRUST
.22 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

711 R-0897100 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-111.000
DOCKERY DJ & RUTH TRUST
.22 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

712 R-0897400 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-114.000
RIPROCK HOMES INC
.22 AC OR BK-0411PG-0302

713 R-0897600 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-116.000
RIPROCK HOMES INC
.22 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0300

714 R-0898800 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-128.000
NETTLES HARRY W
.22 AC OR BK-0158 PG-0029

715 R-0899900 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-140.000
RIPROCK HOMES INC
.22 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0030

716 R-0900000 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-141.000
DOCKERY D J & RUTH TRUST
.22 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037


717 R-0900800 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-149.000
RIPROCK HOMES INC
.22 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0300

718 R-0900900 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-150.000
BOUTWELL JULIA C
.22 AC


719 R-0901500 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-157.000
FRANKLIN JACOB ASHLEY
.22 AC OR BK-0394 PG-0594

720 R-0901700 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-159.000
RIPROCK HOMES INC
.22 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0300

721 R-0904000 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-194.000
GOD'S LAND STEWARDS LLC
.22 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0710

722 R-0904600 $55.45
1327.04-001-002-203.000
REGISTER WILLIAM ANTHONY
.22 AC OR BK<-0223 PG-0261

723 R-0904700 $470.62
1327.04-001-002-204.000
REGISTER WILLIAM ANTHONY
.22 AC OR BK<-0223 PG-0261

724 R-0905200 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-210.000
FRANKLIN JACOB ASHLEY
.22 AC OR BK-0394 PG-0594

725 R-0905800 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-217.000
FRANKLIN JACOB ASHLEY
.22 AC OR BK-0394 PG-0594

726 R-0905900 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-218.000
MARCUKAITIS DAVID A SR
.22 AC OR BK-0117 PG-0460

727 R-0906900 $47.41
1327.04-001-002-228.000
LOWMAN DAVID L
.22 AC OR BK-0430 PG-0090

728 R-0910100 $419.41
1330.00-000-000-014.100
CERRO GORDO DEVELOPERS
6.79 AC OR BK-0369 PG-0899

729 R-0911400 $347.51
1332.00-000-000-006.000
LANGFORD KENNETH MICHAEL
14.15 AC OR BK-0300 PG-0405

730 R-0911500 $190.20
1332.00-000-000-007.000
LANGFORD RUTH RUSSELL
14.85 AC

731 R-0912700 $54.13
1332.00-000-000-019.000
RUSSELL ELVIN MAXWELL ESTATE
1.00 AC

732 R-0913900 $246.08
1334.01-001-002-238.000
SELLARS ARDYTHE M
.22 AC OR BK-0309 PG-0427

733 R-0914000 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-239.000
DOPPLERDAVE, INC
.22 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0078

734 R-0915400 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-259.000
MCELWAIN LEIGHTON & JOYCE
.22 AC OR BK-0118 PG-0304

735 R-0915700 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-262.000
LEWIS SHAWN &RHONDA
.22 AC OR BK<-0357 PG-0759

736 R-0916400 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-269.000
DAY MERLE & WILLIAM E SR
.22 AC

737 R-0917700 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-290.000
PATE SAMUEL KENNETH &
.22 AC OR BK-0141 PG-0051

738 R-0918000 $114.97
1334.01-001-002-293.000
GRIFFITHS JEFFREY & CLAUDIA
.82 AC OR BK<-0375 PG-0804

739 R-0918100 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-295.000
DOCKERY D J & RUTH TRUST
.22 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

740 R-0918300 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-297.000
GOD'S LAND STEWARDS LLC
.22 AC OR BK-0421 PG-0169

741 R-0918700 $71.97
1334.01-001-002-309.000
SAl REAL USA INC
.44 AC OR BK-0414 PG-0600

742 R-0919200 $96.53
1334.01-001-002-317.000
DOCKERY D J & RUTH TRUST
.66 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

743 R-0919300 $48.49
1334.01-001-002-320.000
WOLFLEY CHRISTOPHER J & MARY A
.22 AC OR BK-0230 PG-0621

744 R-0920500 $57.84
1334.01-001-002-334.000
ARCHER FITZROY
.31 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0946

745 R-0923100 $75.06
1334.01-001-002-362.000
SMITH OLLIE Ill
.46 AC OR BK-0398 PG-0394

746 R-0924100 $47.41
1334.01-001-002-371.A00
RIEDLINGER THOMAS
.22 AC OR BK-0376 PG-0752

747 R-0924300 $128.02
1334.01-002-000-001.000
GARRETT DONALD KEITH,
1.00 AC OR BK-0408 PG-0693

748 R-0925700 $60.35
1334.01-003-001-009.000
BASS JOHNNIE A
.50 AC OR BK-0103 PG-0332

749 R-0927900 $60.35
1334.02-003-001-011.000
JACKSON MICHAEL D
.50 AC OR BK-0258 PG-0870

750 R-0929200 $25.80
1334.04-000-000-001.000
PATE MARY C
3.94 AC OR BK-0251 PG-0602

751 R-0929300 $42.13
1334.04-000-000-002.000
WAGNER PAUL DALE & KATHLEEN E


25.71 AC OR BK-0373 PG-0385

752 R-0929900 $41.28
1334.04-001-002-375.A00
INTERNATIONAL TIMBER CO
.22 AC

753 R-0933600 $52.16
1335.02-000-000-011.000


PATE CASEY W & AMANDA G
10.00 AC OR BK-0407 PG-0447

754 R-0935000 $565.81
1335.03-000-000-004.000
PATE MARY C
24.20 AC OR BK-0299 PG-0079

755 R-0935200 $111.61
1335.03-000-000-006.000
WAGNER PAUL DALE & KATHLEEN E
65.33 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0385

756 R-0935300 $381.79
1335.03-000-000-007.000
PATE MARY C
22.00 AC OR BK-0344 PG-0006

757 R-0936500 HX $445.11
1335.04-000-000-010.000
THOMAS ANDREA J
1.00 AC OR BK<-0354 PG-0383

758 R-0937900 HX $134.82
1335.04-000-000-012.250
CARTER DAVID D & BRENDA L
2.24 AC OR BK-0329 PG-0456

759 R-0938800 HX $325.52
1335.04-000-000-013.000
COOPER ROBERT L & IRIS J
5.00 AC OR BK-0400 PG-0023

760 R-0939700 $662.54
1335.04-000-000-023.000
PATE MARY C
10.00 AC OR BK-0334 PG-0116

761 R-0940800 $42.87
1335.04-000-000-035.000
BATEMAN TOM ESTATE
.24 AC

762 R-0941100 HX $795.50
1335.04-000-000-038.000
COOPER KEVIN & GINNY
5.00 AC OR BK-0400 PG-0023

763 R-0943300 $93.78
1404.03-000-000-010.000
SHEPHERD GARY L
.85 AC OR BK-0139 PG-0515

764 R-0946000 $1,649.18
1405.04-000-000-001.000
BENNETT JULIAN
40.61 AC

765 R-0946100 $53.10
1405.04-000-000-002.000
GAINEY KILBY N & EVELYN S
16.26 AC OR BK-0251 PG-0609

766 R-0948100 $783.01
1405.04-001-062-009.000
BRUHN DALTON A & BARBARA A
.51 AC OR BK-0366 PG-0572

767 R-0948300 $85.44
1405.04-001-063-002.000
CALBERT MARY ANNIE ESTATE
.51 AC

768 R-0948500 $85.44
1405.04-001-063-007.000
MAYO EARL D
.50 AC OR BK-0307 PG-0147

769 R-0948600 HX $507.61
1405.04-001-064-001.000
SELLERS JOEY CLAY & SHERRY N
1.03 AC OR BK-0409 PG-0154

770 R-0949300 $130.81
1405.04-001-065-007.000
MAYO VIOLET DIANNE
.17 AC OR BK-0199 PG-0438

771 R-0949700 $116.71
1405.04-001-072-002.000
MAYO EARL D
.85 AC OR BK-0280 PG-0446

772 R-0949800 $179.20
1405.04-001-072-002.100
MAYO EARL & CATHY M
.85 AC OR BK-0216 PG-0334

773 R-0950700 $1,215.76
1406.00-001-000-002.000
LEROY SOLANGE & DESIR GARY
10.51 AC OR BK-0424PG-0155

774 R-0950800 $974.53
1406.00-001-000-003.000
FELT TAMMY
7.95 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0620

775 R-0951000 $896.60
1406.00-001-000-005.000
DOSANJH GURIT
6.65 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0652

776 R-0951500 $809.95
1406.00-001-000-01A.000
SALAMI TINYAN S &
5.27 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

777 R-0953200 $1,051.21
1406.00-001-000-044.000
RAGAN JENNIFER G
6.84 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

778 R-0954000 $798.72
1407.00-001-000-015.000
TOMASEVICIUS TADEUSAS &
6.28 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0650

779 R-0954400 $1,197.21
1407.00-001-000-024.000
BODDEN TERENCIO & EMELINA
9.38 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

780 R-0954900 $35.09
1408.01-000-000-002.100
GAINEY KILBY N & EVELYN S
6.90 AC OR BK-0251 PG-0609

781 R-0955300 $309.31
1408.01-001-001-001.000
BLANTON BARRY & MARGUERITE
.13 AC OR BK-0358 PG-0155

782 R-0956400 $411.78
1408.01-001-004-001.000
GRIFFIN LAYLA LOVE
1.01 AC OR BK-0400 PG-0144

783 R-0956600 HX $1,035.13
1408.01-001-004-001.200
GRIFFIN LAYLA LOVE
.84 AC OR BK-0400 PG-0144

784 R-0956900 $464.80
1408.01-001-005-004.000
MITCHELL PAUL R
.17 AC OR BK-0364 PG-0724

785 R-0957200 HX $49.02
1408.01-001-006-001.000
NOBLES CONNIE LYNN &
.68 AC OR BK-0299 PG-0705


786 R-0958700 $99.66
1408.01-001-017-005.000
RULS RICHARD JR, HANSON TAMMY
.34 AC OR BK-0416 PG-0344

787 R-0960300 HX $126.10
1408.02-000-000-007.000
MARTIN RODNEY E
20.00 AC OR BK-0383 PG-0517


RIDDLES THOMAS M
1.19 AC OR BK-0092 PG-0671

823 R-1030300 $142.99
1612.02-002-000-011.000
RODGERS MARY LYNN
1.92 AC OR BK-0366 PG-0714

824 R-1032300 HX $475.19
1613.00-000-000-015.000
PERRY VICTOR L & GLORIA K
67.00 AC OR BK-0115 PG-0293

825 R-1033000 HX $170.62
1613.00-000-000-026.000
CONNER PERRY WAYNE &
1.00 AC OR BK-0256 PG-0291

826 R-1035500 $1,045.91
1614.00-000-000-006.000
PEAK JAMES RICHARD & DEBORAH R
40.00 AC OR BK-0303 PG-0461

827 R-1035900 HX $102.94
1615.00-000-000-002.000
PEAK HOSEA JR
4.00 AC OR BK-0406 PG-0585

828 R-1038400 $366.77
1615.00-001-000-005.000
ANDREWS PEGGY
6.87 AC OR BK-0394 PG-0669

829 R-1042000 $206.23
1618.00-000-000-011.000
POPE GREGORY L & POPE RODNEY D
3.14 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0912

830 R-1051500 $148.00
1623.00-000-000-012.000
DEZAN TYLER LEE
2.00 AC OR BK<-0422 PG-0389

831 R-1052700 $1,008.99
1623.00-000-000-023.000
WATSON BRENDA
8.06 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0369

832 R-1053900 $554.58
1624.00-000-000-007.100
PERRY VICTOR L & GLORIA K
156.10 AC OR BK-0096 PG-0549

833 R-1056100 $314.87
1626.00-000-000-005.000
CURRY PATRICIA
5.00 AC OR BK-0163 PG-0614

834 R-1058400 HX $590.74
1626.00-000-000-020.000
HAYES MICHAEL SHAWN
5.00 AC OR BK-0330 PG-0906

835 R-1067100 HX $27.98
1631.00-000-000-009.000
ARRANT CHARLES C
20.00 AC OR BK<-0252 PG-0362

836 R-1068800 $247.48
1632.00-000-000-011.000
BOWERS RODERICK
118.00 AC OR BK<-0373 PG-0367

837 R-1070300 $311.94
1633.00-000-000-010.000
SMITH WILLIE JOE
41.58 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0672

838 R-1077400 $61.90
1701.00-000-000-007.000
PUPALAlKIS NANETTE SCONIERS
19.50 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0501

839 R-1079700 HX $37.78
1702.00-000-000-017.000
PEAK DEBORAH R
.14 AC OR BK-0234 PG-0012

840 R-1080600 HX $270.65
1702.00-000-000-023.200
WILLIAMS JEANETTE OOST
1.95 AC OR BK-0412 PG-0358

841 R-1083900 $89.08
1704.00-000-000-003.100
HARRELL MICHAEL L
10.00 AC OR BK<-0333 PG-0998

842 R-1084100 $35.44
1704.00-000-000-003.300
WHITFIELD GRADY EARL
4.34 AC OR BK-0376 PG-0451

843 R-1084200 HX $525.87
1704.00-000-000-004.000
WHITFIELD GRADY E
18.09 AC OR BK-0365 PG-0298

844 R-1084300 HX $144.87
1704.00-000-000-005.000
MIXON DOUGLAS E
37.07 AC OR BK-0363 PG-0791

845 R-1084400 HX $306.85
1704.00-000-000-005.100
MIXON DOUGLAS EDWARD & PAT
1.00 AC OR BK-0370 PG-0126

846 R-1085600 $314.87
1704.00-000-000-015.000
HARRELL MORGAN NICOLE
5.00 AC OR BK<-0332 PG-0491

847 R-1086900 $89.80
1704.00-001-000-015.500
JORDON ELIZABETH A
1.07 AC OR BK<-0374 PG-0117

848 R-1088300 $89.80
1705.00-001-000-015.100
JORDON ELIZABETH A
1.07 AC OR BK<-0374 PG-0117

849 R-1088400 $89.80
1705.00-001-000-015.200
JORDON ELIZABETH A
1.07 AC OR BK<-0374 PG-0117

850 R-1088500 HX $396.90
1705.00-001-000-016.000
BITTNER JERRY I &
5.30 AC OR BK-0248 PG-0884

851 R-1089500 $141.50
1706.00-000-000-002.000
ARRANT CHARLES C
31.35 AC OR BK<-0252 PG-0362

852 R-1090900 $31.64
1706.00-000-000-018.000
ARRANT CHARLES C
7.50 AC OR BK<-0252 PG-0362

853 R-1092900 $241.89
1708.00-000-000-008.000
BRUNSON MICHEAL DARREN
7.41 AC OR BK-0391 PG-0966

854 R-1096600 $62.91
1709.00-000-000-017.300
HARRISON JOHN & DIAN
.48 AC OR BK-0189 PG-0520


855 R-1096700 $39.63
1709.00-000-000-018.000
MCCART WILLIAM
10.50 AC OR BK-0401 PG-0255

856 R-1099700 HX $302.48
1710.00-000-000-013.000
BOWERS RODERICK D & WAN DA K
1.19 AC OR BK<-0373 PG-0845


788 R-0961000 HX $151.98
1408.03-000-000-004.000
COOEY SAMUEL T & KATHY N
5.61 AC OR BK-0220 PG-0646

789 R-0962300 $87.94
1408.04-000-000-015.000
CURRY HOWARD
.78 AC OR BK-0264 PG-0583

790 R-0962900 HX $262.26
1409.02-000-000-002.000
SHEPHERD GARY L
1.00 AC OR BK-0139 PG-0515

791 R-0964200 HX $334.57
1409.02-001-040-002.000
POZO FAMILY TRUST
.20 AC OR BK<-0434 PG-0698

792 R-0967000 $82.92
1417.00-000-000-009.000
CALLAHAN WILLIE D
.72 AC

793 R-0969300 $1,254.31
1417.00-000-000-029.000
NW FLORIDA INVESTORS LLC
30.75 AC OR BK-0400 PG-0307

794 R-0973600 $262.50
1420.00-000-000-007.200
O'STEEN GEORGE E & KAREN
20.00 AC OR BK-0185 PG-0578

795 R-0976100 HX $499.90
1429.00-000-000-003.000
O'STEEN GEORGE E & KAREN
.52 AC OR BK-0149 PG-0602

796 R-0976400 $2,119.73
1429.00-000-000-006.000
FULLER JOHN
33.00 AC OR BK-0314 PG-0484

797 R-0979800 $145.07
1430.00-000-000-011.000
COMMANDER RUTH RUSSELL &
79.92 AC OR BK-0283 PG-0067

798 R-0980000 $1,622.55
1431.00-000-000-004.000
LANGFORD KENNETH M
120.00 AC

799 R-0980100 $3,607.24
1431.00-000-000-005.000
COMMANDER RUTH RUSSELL &
501.79 AC OR BK-0283 PG-0067

800 R-0980300 $154.33
1431.00-000-000-005.200
CALLAHAN LANDON &
.96 AC OR BK-0431 PG-0458

801 R-0981500 $215.32
1432.00-000-000-009.100
WARD DAVID A
1.70 AC OR BK-0430 PG-0642

802 R-0981600 $36.53
1432.00-000-000-010.000
COMMANDER RUTH RUSSELL &
4.00 AC OR BK-0283 PG-0067

803 R-0981900 HX $35.85
1432.00-000-000-012.000
CURRY MARY
1.00 AC OR BK-0254 PG-0103

804 R-0982600 HX $413.83
1525.00-000-000-003.000
VAUGHAN CLARA J &
9.00 AC OR BK-0189 PG-0443

805 R-0983700 $2,755.07
1525.00-000-000-010.100
WALTON RANDALL G
45.50 AC OR BK<-0437 PG-0573

806 R-0983800 $35.30
1525.00-000-000-011.000
LEAVING EVERETTE SR
10.00 AC OR BK-0137 PG-0039

807 R-0985100 $913.96
1526.00-000-000-006.000
MILLER DERRICK E
18.85 AC OR BK<-0354 PG-0693

808 R-0985600 $83.16
1526.00-000-000-012.000
BROWN NEAL
20.00 AC OR BK-0346 PG-0773

809 R-0987300 HX $355.98
1527.00-000-000-007.100
BEAGLES CHAD B & TAMMY
1.31 AC OR BK-0250 PG-0685

810 R-0987700 HX $26.23
1527.00-000-000-011.000
GILMORE GREGORY C &
14.34 AC OR BK-0286 PG-0900

811 R-0988000 $1,995.46
1528.00-000-000-004.000
COTTON DON
22.43 AC OR BK-0359 PG-0127

812 R-0991500 $1,182.21
1530.00-000-000-008.000
DEZAN DOUGLAS SR & SHARON E
1.00 AC OR BK-0334 PG-0423

813 R-0992200 HX $2,203.60
1531.00-000-000-003.400
POPE GREGORY & CYNTHIA
30.84 AC OR BK<-0352 PG-0565

814 R-0992700 $1,507.42
1531.00-000-000-008.000
GALLOWAY DREW JR
95.58 AC OR BK<-0423 PG-0478

815 R-0999500 HX $348.72
1535.00-000-000-015.000
PICKRON RICHARD J
2.50 AC OR BK-0318 PG-0158

816 R-1000200 HX $2,720.58
1536.00-000-000-002.000
ELLENBURG RALPH JR
354.31 AC OR BK-0202 PG-0468

817 R-1001400 HX $1,689.91
1536.00-000-000-011.000
ELLENBURG CHARLES W & LISA N
2.00 AC OR BK-0376 PG-0006

818 R-1019500 HX $177.04
1610.00-000-000-005.100
BELL KIMBERLY K
1.10 AC OR BK-0320 PG-0799

819 R-1020600 HX $123.02
1610.00-000-000-014.100
WHIGHAM JIMMY
27.84 AC OR BK-0127 PG-0489

820 R-1021100 HX $150.40
1610.00-000-000-014.600
WHIGHAM STANLEY


2.00 AC OR BK-0172 PG-0006

821 R-1027800 $48.22
1612.02-001-00A-001.000
RIDDLES THOMAS M
.23 AC OR BK<-0272 PG-0168

822 R-1029900 $97.32
1612.02-002-000-007.000


Wednesday, May 6, 13, 20, 2009, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5C










LEGERE FREDERICK JOHN IV &
4.80 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

892 R-1154700 $1,292.20
1801.00-001-000-045.000
CHAMBERS CHERISE & KEITH
9.41 AC OR BK-0424PG-0155

893 R-1154800 $1,226.95
1801.00-001-000-046.000
ARCE JORGE A & CAICEDO YVETTE
8.20 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

894 R-1155500 $924.94
1801.00-001-000-081.000
HINTON MARCUS
5.43 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

895 R-1156700 $824.20
1801.00-001-000-094.000
URQUIDI ALVARO & JENNIFER,
6.30 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0592

896 R-1157500 $1,178.73
1801.00-001-000-33B.000
THEN JULIO ANIBOL &
8.29 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

897 R-1157800 $1,184.16
1802.00-000-000-004.000
HOLMES TIMBERLAND LLC
12.18 AC OR BK-0424 PG-0155

898 R-1158800 $645.50
1802.00-001-000-007.000
PAEZ GONZALO, PEREZ-MASPONS
2.61 AC OR BK-0424PG-0155

899 R-1159100 $747.31
1802.00-001-000-011.000
1440 REALTY GROUP INC
5.70 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

900 R-1159200 $1,668.01
1802.00-001-000-012.000
NELSON DIANA A
10.04 AC OR BK-0424 PG-0155

901 R-1160400 $909.32
1802.00-001-000-024.000
SALAMI IMUENTINYAN S &
5.12 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

902 R-1160600 $929.19
1802.00-001-000-027.000
COLLINS LEROY & P SMALL
5.13 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

903 R-1160800 $1,051.09
1802.00-001-000-035.000
CABRERA CHRISTIAN M
5.70 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

904 R-1162000 $517.86
1802.00-001-000-047.000
WILLIAMS BRYAN E & LESLIE L
3.77 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

905 R-1162100 $730.60
1802.00-001-000-048.000
VIRTO FERNANDO & ANTELO ANALIA
4.52 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

906 R-1162500 $858.19
1802.00-001-000-052.000
HERRERA GILBERTO E & SULVIA E
5.23 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

907 R-1163200 $459.70
1802.00-001-000-060.000
FARHAN AMJAD
2.53 AC OR BK<-0425 PG-0806

908 R-1163800 $1,065.29
1802.00-001-000-067.000
FLOWERS BRENDA & JAWARA
5.85 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

909 R-1165100 $878.06
1802.00-001-000-116.000
SUERO MIRIELLA B
5.24 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155

910 R-1165800 $2,511.80
1802.00-001-000-123.000
ACOSTA ELVIS & FATIMA R
30.00 AC OR BK-0432 PG-0618

911 R-1166700 $205.42
1804.00-000-000-003.000
HUGHES LEON
90.00 AC

912 R-1168600 $1,282.56
1805.00-000-000-003.900
BRAXTON RICHARD
.93 AC OR BK-0393 PG-0155

913 R-1173100 HX $175.17
1808.00-000-000-005.000
STANLEY ALFRED
40.00 AC OR BK-0225 PG-0701

914 R-1173300 HX $1,146.26
1808.00-000-000-007.000
ROACH EARL R SR & HEIDI H
4.30 AC OR BK-0369 PG-0619

915 R-1174700 $410.55
1808.00-000-000-020.000
BRUNSON MICHAEL
9.20 AC OR BK-0410 PG-0027

916 R-1175600 $396.78
1809.00-000-000-007.000
LANIER LARRY W & RONNIE
3.94 AC OR BK-0221PG-0137

917 R-1176200 $91.50
1809.00-000-000-012.000
PHILLIPS WALTER R & MAUREEN D
30.00 AC OR BK-0401 PG-0768

918 R-1176300 $210.59
1810.00-000-000-001.000
WELLBORN JACK
3.00 AC OR BK-0430 PG-0284

919 R-1176600 $527.06
1810.00-000-000-004.000
KELLY THOMAS & SUANNE
30.30 AC OR BK-0430 PG-0016

920 R-1177700 HX $1,862.84
1810.00-000-000-015.000
CARLSON JOHN D JR & JEANNE M
11.20 AC OR BK-0362 PG-0245

921 R-1179600 $909.30
1812.00-001-000-030.000
PUEYO RICHARD J
11.07 AC OR BK-0424 PG-0155

922 R-1180000 $829.90
1812.00-001-000-052.000
CELY OSCAR L
5.13 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0632

923 R-1180100 $781.59
1812.00-001-000-053.000
LABAZE ALINE
5.04 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0598


924 R-1182000 $1,107.85
1812.00-001-000-073.000
GUARINO BARBARA
7.06 AC OR BK<-0433 PG-0483

925 R-1182200 $923.45
1812.00-001-000-078.000
THOMAS RANZER A & RHONDA M
5.47 AC OR BK<-0424 PG-0155


926 R-1182500 $1,232.68
1812.00-001-000-33A.000
DOW JERRY A & NANCY D
8.55 AC OR BK<-0432 PG-0628

927 R-1184400 $85.44
1813.00-000-000-015.000
LUFKIN CHARLES
.75 AC

928 R-1189600 $32.69
1816.00-000-000-001.000
KROGGEL WERNER & HELEN
10.00 AC

929 R-1190400 $438.09
1816.00-000-000-002.300
GILLMAN DANIEL & VIRGINIA
4.81 AC OR BK-0376 PG-0170

930 R-1190700 $106.36
1816.00-000-000-002.600
STRICKLAND JOEY L
9.81 AC OR BK-0306 PG-0382

931 R-1192000 $423.32
1816.00-000-000-011.000
KROGGEL AARON R TRUSTEE
8.00 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0828

932 R-1192700 $870.54
1817.00-000-000-005.100
BRUNSON MICHAEL D
10.10 AC OR BK-0404 PG-0857

933 R-1192900 HX $538.61
1817.00-000-000-007.000
MEEKS ROBERT F & MILDRED
9.40 AC OR BK<-0377 PG-0460

934 R-1201000 HX $308.61
1820.00-000-000-013.100
MCCOMBS JOHN MONROE
5.72 AC OR BK-0363 PG-0629

935 R-1201300 $435.36
1820.00-000-000-014.300
LUNDY ROBERT F&
20.00 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0721

936 R-1202600 $1,115.66
1820.00-001-000-009.000
WHITTENBERG LEEDELL
2.44 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0358

937 R-1203400 HX $1,943.09
1821.00-000-000-001.100
MAYO LINDA
40.00 AC OR BK-0404 PG-0022

938 R-1204100 $631.63
1821.00-000-000-006.000
BELL ARRICA S
3.31 AC OR BK-0405PG-0174

939 R-1210100 $79.79
1823.00-000-000-011.000
HAMMOND PHILIP E & DONNA M
33.29 AC OR BK-0360 PG-0055

940 R-1210300 $1,056.65
1823.00-000-000-011.200
LABASTIE SAMUEL A
3.53 AC OR BK<-0375 PG-0057

941 R-1210700 HX $1,379.51
1823.00-000-000-011.600
HAMMOND PHILIP E & DONNA
10.08 AC OR BK-0171 PG-0017

942 R-1210900 $420.33
1823.00-000-000-012.000
ESTEY SLEILA
7.94 AC OR BK-0418 PG-0541

943 R-1216100 $192.51
1826.00-000-000-002.000
SAPP BENNIE H & GLADYS M
30.00 AC OR BK-0208 PG-0854

944 R-1218200 $153.92
1826.00-000-000-021.000
SANDERS DUWILLIA
1.12 AC OR BK-0228 PG-0131

945 R-1219200 $101.21
1827.01-000-000-008.100
LINDSEY KENNY & BARBARA E
1.00 AC OR BK-0266 PG-0472

946 R-1221400 $1,286.03
1827.02-000-000-004.000

HO LAACN EBE 8)-424 PG-0810

947 R-1222200 $2,483.64
1827.02-000-000-010.000
FISHER WILLIAM & JULIE HALL
9.68 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0603

948 R-1222900 $1,555.66
1827.02-000-000-018.000
MAYO HARTLEY WAYNE
1.26 AC OR BK-0231PG-0175

949 R-1223700 HX $535.90
1827.02-000-000-029.000
SAPP BENNIE H & GLADYS M
36.04 AC OR BK-0217 PG-0867

950 R-1224500 $664.51
1827.03-000-000-003.000
GODWIN TERRY W
1.25 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0146

951 R-1224600 $114.13
1827.03-000-000-004.000
GODWIN TERRY W
1.00 AC OR BK-0385 PG-0146

952 R-1225700 HX $330.69
1827.03-000-000-014.000
MCMILLAN SAMUEL M & LINDA M
2.50 AC OR BK<-0225 PG-0318

953 R-1226700 HX $286.99
1827.03-001-002-006.000
HARRIS SHERRY &
1.03 AC OR BK-0351 PG-0719

954 R-1226800 $125.27
1827.03-001-003-001.000
HUNTER STEPHEN & SANDRA V
1.20 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0819

955 R-1227100 $36.87
1827.03-001-006-001.000
TROUBLEFIELD MISTY
.11 AC OR BK-0428 PG-0949

956 R-1227500 $790.55
1827.03-002-000-003.000
BARONE FRANK C
.74 AC OR BK-0293 PG-0642

957 R-1227800 $355.47
1827.03-002-000-009.000
FARRINGTON RONALD B & AUDREY
.49 AC OR BK-0380 PG-0705

958 R-1227900 $656.59
1827.03-002-000-011.000
FARRINGTON RONALD B


.99 AC OR BK-0269 PG-0295

959 R-1234800 $255.60
1828.01-001-000-025.000
CASTLE DARRELL A
.89 AC

960 R-1235700 $194.25
1828.01-001-000-041.000


BIRD GLENDA JOYCE
.71 AC

961 R-1235900 $85.34
1828.01-001-000-043.000
GALLOWAY COREY A
.48 AC OR BK-0418 PG-0419

962 R-1237200 HX $212.88
1828.01-003-00A-003.000
PAULEY RODNEY G & CONNIE J
.22 AC OR BK-0074 PG-0012

963 R-1241500 HX $80.85
1828.02-000-000-004.000
GOFORTH PRESTON DEWITT JR &
31.38 AC OR BK-0405 PG-0961

964 R-1242000 $596.33
1828.02-001-000-003.000
ROJAS KERI STANLEY
.45 AC OR BK-0330 PG-0884

965 R-1242700 HX $391.59
1828.02-001-000-056.000
NEEL BRENDA
.62 AC OR BK-0271 PG-0328

966 R-1244000 $3,921.38
1828.03-000-000-005.200
DOCKERY DENZEL & RUTH TRUST
3.28 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

967 R-1244500 $341.15
1828.03-000-000-007.000
HARRELL FRANCES C ETAL
.38 AC OR BK-0388 PG-0713

968 R-1244700 HX $341.41
1828.03-000-000-008.100
DONALDSON BILLY WAYNE
4.50 AC OR BK-0307 PG-0212

969 R-1245000 $773.35
1828.03-000-000-009.200
RUTLEDGE MICHAEL J
.51 AC OR BK-0377 PG-0048

970 R-1246600 $53.72
1828.04-000-000-006.000
SUTTON AUBREY LEE
.37 AC OR BK-0436 PG-0298

971 R-1246800 HX $862.42
1828.04-000-000-008.000
DAVIS MELANEY M
6.82 AC OR BK-0389 PG-0926

972 R-1247500 HX $304.36
1828.04-000-000-014.000
JOHNSON CHARLES BRUCE & LINDA
1.52 AC OR BK-0417 PG-0156

973 R-1247800 $125.68
1828.04-000-000-017.000
CUTTS JOHN JR & TED LARRY &
.84 AC OR BK-0198 PG-0651

974 R-1248600 $1,298.96
1828.04-000-000-023.000
DAY CHARLIE
.62 AC OR BK-0366 PG-0119

975 R-1251800 HX $481.55
1828.04-001-000-023.100
CAIN JACKIE
1.34 AC OR BK-0327 PG-0988

976 R-1252000 $46.20
1828.04-001-000-025.000
SUTTON AUBREY
.13 AC OR BK<-0234 PG-0699

977 R-1252700 $476.87
1828.04-001-002-001.000
HAM MACK PAU L & J UDITH
.52 AC OR BK-0086 PG-0223

978 R-1254200 $596.27
1829.00-000-000-005.000
DOCKERY DENZEL & RUTH TRUST
2.65 AC OR BK-0426 PG-0037

979 R-1255000 $279.67
1830.00-000-000-002.100
HURST PATRICK D & JANET S
12.12 AC

980 R-1259200 HX $477.28
1833.00-000-000-006.000
SPIERS JESSE C & LYDIA B
15.29 AC OR BK<-0272 PG-0917

981 R-1260200 $97.12
1834.01-000-000-001.000
MURRAY ROBERT
40.00 AC

982 R-1260400 $1,223.09
1834.01-000-000-002.100
ANDERSON MIRANDA L
1.61 AC OR BK-0408 PG-0668

983 R-1263500 $106.28
1834.03-001-021-003.000
GOBLE ANNIE B
.22 AC

984 R-1263600 $104.49
1834.03-001-022-001.000
GOBLE ANNIE B
.44 AC

985 R-1266400 DH $607.95
1835.00-000-000-008.000
PADGETT DIANE CURRY
4.72 AC OR BK-0341 PG-0527

986 R-1269400 $91.05
1835.00-000-000-027.000
JORDAN REUBEN & TWYLA
1.09 AC OR BK-0428 PG-0157

987 R-1270500 $599.14
1836.00-000-000-006.000
WROTEN JUDY LYNN
4.07 AC OR BK-0412 PG-0800

988 R-1270700 HX $50.23
1836.00-000-000-007.100
SIMMONS LUTHER
4.08 AC OR BK-0130 PG-0597

989 R-1271200 $241.41
1836.00-000-000-010.000
LANGFORD KENNETH
80.00 AC

990 R-1280800 HX $389.94
1936.00-000-000-014.000
JOHNSON NATHAN J
7.36 AC OR BK-0282 PG-0922

991 R-1287900 $542.71
2013.00-000-000-008.000
PADGETT MARY B
20.00 AC OR BK-0217 PG-0114

992 R-1289800 HX $226.17
2023.00-000-000-002.100
WADE ROY E & KIMBERLY A
1.00 AC OR BK-0248 PG-0202


993 R-1290200 $849.88
2023.00-000-000-006.000
BARTLETT DEWAYNE
2.88 AC OR BK-0257 PG-0766

994 R-1290800 HX $450.55
2023.00-000-000-011.000
BOWERS CLARENCE E JR &
3.00 AC OR BK-0265 PG-0586


HX $2,839.37


995 R-1292400


857 R-1102200 $500.42
1711.00-000-000-013.000
MYERS BILLY R & RETHA
3.67 AC OR BK-0076 PG-0346

858 R-1103400 HX $1,090.93
1711.00-000-000-024.000
BARONE FRANK C
18.00 AC OR BK-0351PG-0441

859 R-1103600 $85.44
1711.00-000-000-025.000
BARONE FRANK C
1.00 AC OR BK-0417 PG-0327

860 R-1104000 HX $443.60
1711.00-000-000-029.000
COOPER JAMES D & KIMBERLY L
2.00 AC OR BK-0293 PG-0045

861 R-1105300 $919.93
1712.00-000-000-007.000
BARONE FRANK C
6.50 AC OR BK-0395 PG-0103

862 R-1112300 $515.43
1715.00-000-000-027.000
RAYBON NORA D
9.84 AC OR BK-0381PG;-0149

863 R-1112400 HX $475.37
1715.00-000-000-032.000
BASS JOSEPH H & HEATHER L
14.49 AC OR BK-0384 PG-0730

864 R-1112600 $197.20
1715.00-000-000-034.000
CINCHING UP WINNERS RANCH, LLC
30.71 AC OR BK-0352PG;-0572

865 R-1112700 HX $538.64
1715.00-000-000-035.000
WRIGHT JOHN T & CYNTHIA G
1.00 AC OR BK<-0352 PG-0570

866 R-1116900 $28.27
1716.00-000-000-040.000
ELDERIDGE JERRY L
2.00 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0983

867 R-1117000 $210.63
1716.00-000-000-041.000
ELDRIDGE JERRY L & BRENDA S
8.91 AC OR BK-0424 PG-0652

868 R-1119000 $154.01
1719.00-000-000-001.000
BROWN DORIS L
40.00 AC OR BK-0226 PG-0668

869 R-1120200 $1,052.12
1720.00-000-000-006.180
CHAPMAN DAVID R
5.80 AC OR BK-0413 PG-0581

870 R-1120300 HX $852.35
1720.00-000-000-006.200
FORD ROBIN & TERESA
15.10 AC OR BK-0419 PG-0590

871 R-1120500 HX $165.74
1720.00-000-000-006.300
POWERS JAMES G
2.52 AC OR BK-0276 PG-0831

872 R-1123300 $233.19
1721.00-000-000-009.000
BROWN SHERRY
1.51 AC OR BK-0319 PG-0402

873 R-1126700 HX $68.33
1722.00-000-000-014.400
JACKSON LAWRENCE W & DAWN R
1.04 AC OR BK-0379 PG-0099

874 R-1127500 HX $129.23
1722.00-000-000-026.000
STAFFORD STACEY EARL & CYNTHIA
1.00 AC OR BK-0276 PG-0714

875 R-1128500 $557.81
1722.00-001-000-012.000
KRESSLER LEROY R SR &
9.16 AC OR BK<-0253 PG-0596

876 R-1131800 $338.34
1724.00-000-000-020.000
CERRO GORDO DEVELOPERS
76.88 AC OR BK-0369 PG-0899

877 R-1132400 $480.26
1724.00-000-000-026.000
HARRIS SHERRY & M4ATTHEWS63M61STY


878 R-1132500 $306.51
1724.00-000-000-027.000
POWELL LILLIE
.28 AC

879 R-1137700 HX $203.01
1727.00-000-000-006.100
CORBIN DARLENE
18.00 AC OR BK-0159 PG-0716

880 R-1139000 HX $1,208.31
1728.00-000-000-005.000
BARNHILL SHANE A & MICHELLE
3.50 AC OR BK-0284 PG-0686

881 R-1142400 $108.88
1730.00-000-000-006.000
BROWN TERRE L & TINA
31.19 AC OR BK<-0425 PG-0953

882 R-1144400 $69.64
1731.00-000-000-012.000
FERRARO JOEL A
20.00 AC OR BK<-0253 PG-0658

883 R-1145100 $1,282.05
1732.00-000-000-002.000
FERRARO JOEL A
80.00 AC OR BK<-0253 PG-0658

884 R-1146300 $43.05
1732.00-000-000-012.000
FERRARO JOEL A
16.08 AC OR BK<-0273 PG-0614

885 R-1146600 $945.14
1732.00-000-000-016.000
DOCKERY DARYL OR ANGELA
14.72 AC OR BK<-0373 PG-0985

886 R-1147800 $1,065.32
1734.00-000-000-006.100
DUNN GARY & KAREN
20.00 AC OR BK-0378 PG-0055

887 R-1148200 HX $511.89
1734.00-000-000-009.000
BARROW KATHRYN C
5.25 AC OR BK<-0352 PG-0737

888 R-1148700 $423.32
1734.00-000-000-015.000
CARR CECIL C & JANICE M
8.00 AC OR BK-0416 PG-0346

889 R-1148900 $722.21
1734.00-000-000-015.200
STILL JUNIOR R & PAMELA


10.00 AC OR BK-0068 PG-0433

890 R-1150100 HX $170.12
1735.00-000-000-005.000
GRANT ALISON
2.50 AC OR BK-0428 PG-0261

891 R-1151100 $688.04
1735.00-001-000-030.000


2024.00-000-000-004.000
MERRITT JAMES THOMAS
140.00 AC OR BK-0258 PG-0003

996 R-1292800 $306.79
2024.00-000-000-008.000
GARNER NINA ROSEMARY
140.00 AC OR BK-0258 PG-0001

997 R-1296200 $104.52
2027.00-000-000-002.300
PADGETT RAY ETALS
39.77 AC OR BK-0367 PG-0948

998 R-1296700 $346.24
2027.00-000-000-006.100
MONTGOMERY JEAN
.77 AC OR BK-0260 PG-0618

999 R-1298000 $158.55
2034.00-000-000-003.000
CARROLL ALICE & JAMES
2.00 AC OR BK-0271 PG-0460

1000 R-1299100 HX $478.37
2034.00-000-000-008.000
CARROLL JAMES W & ALICE
4.03 AC OR BK-0371 PG-0281

1001 R-1301200 $119.41
2035.00-000-000-010.000
NORMAN NANCY M &
1.00 AC OR BK<-0252 PG-0397

1002 R-1301500 HX $625.97
2035.00-000-000-013.000
BUTTS JAM ES R & MELISSA C
6.46 AC OR BK-0421PG;-0143

1003 R-1307000 $200.41
2103.00-000-000-006.200
CARROLL DAVID & THERESA
3.04 AC OR BK-0226 PG-0287

1004 R-1307200 $658.27
2103.00-000-000-008.000
CARROLL DAVID & THERESA
13.61 AC OR BK-0315PG;-0396

1005 R-1308200 $107.80
2103.00-000-000-013.100
SELLARS ARDYTHE M
1.00 AC OR BK-0320 PG-0323

1006 R-1309800 HX $60.73
2103.00-000-000-025.000
DAVIS OUIDA M
3.23 AC OR BK-0286 PG-0761

1007 R-1310500 $364.93
2103.00-000-000-033.000
BUTTS MARGIE L
5.00 AC OR BK-0356 PG-0780

1008 R-1311900 $78.76
2110.00-000-000-012.000
MOORE RICHARD A
40.00 AC OR BK-0376 PG-0854

1009 R-1312800 $544.07
2110.03-000-000-39A.000
SMITH THOMAS B JR
.99 AC OR BK-0205 PG-0036

1010 R-1317400 $216.84
2123.00-000-000-003.000
BROWN TERRE L & TINA A
120.00 AC OR BK-0241 PG-0866

1011 R-1317800 $137.28
2124.00-000-000-004.000
BROWN TERRE L & TINA A
42.18 AC OR BK-0170 PG-0463

1012 R-1317900 HX $1,804.25
2124.00-000-000-004.100
BROWN DAVID L& WANDA L
80.52 AC OR BK-0392 PG-0470

1013 R-1318000 $86.63
2124.00-000-000-004.200
BROWN DAVID L& WANDA L
35.70 AC OR BK-0170 PG-0461

1014 R-1319100 $527.62
2125.00-000-000-008.000
VEREEN JACK MERRILL Ill
11.00 AC OR BK<-0425 PG-0477

1015 R-1320100 $412.98
2126.00-000-000-008.000

B1ROWN DOR RLBK-0244 PG-0459

1016 R-1320200 HX $2,518.23
2126.00-000-000-008.100
BROWN TERRE L & TINA
45.03 AC OR BK<-0244 PG-0458

1017 R-1322400 $298.82
2135.00-000-000-002.000
PRIME INVESTORS, INC
160.00 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0880

1018 R-1325700 $913.48
2201.00-000-000-008.100
HURST PATRICK D & JANET S
1.25 AC OR BK-0393 PG-0080

1019 R-1326700 HX $128.70
2201.00-000-000-016.000
MCMILLAN BOBBY W
1.00 AC OR BK-0411 PG-0152

1020 R-1326800 $252.85
2201.00-000-000-017.000
POSEY SANDRA
3.00 AC OR BK-0389 PG-0825

1021 R-1327100 $838.06
2202.00-000-000-002.000
PRIME INVESTORS, INC
450.00 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0880

1022 R-1328600 HX $106.69
2203.00-000-000-011.000
HANES TIMOTHY D & ANGELA
1.36 AC OR BK-0294 PG-0930

1023 R-1333300 $176.14
2210.00-000-000-032.000
STEPHENS SHEILA LYNN
2.45 AC OR BK<-0345 PG-0587

1024 R-1334000 $175.13
2211.00-000-000-004.000
PRIME INVESTORS, INC
80.00 AC OR BK-0382 PG-0880

1025 R-1336900 $950.99
2213.00-000-000-006.100
HURST PATRICK D & JANET S
2.00 AC

1026 R-1342700 $297.72
2224.00-000-000-015.000
RUSHING AMY D
1.17 AC OR BK-0394 PG-0081

1027 R-1343600 HX $790.59
2227.00-000-000-005.100
DAVIS ROGER B & STEPHANIE A
7.27 AC OR BK-0211 PG-0900


As published in the Holmes County
Times-Advertiser May 6, 13, 20,
2009.


6C, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, May 6, 13, 20, 2009




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