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WHAT

TO DO

Chipley
Christmas Parade
The annual
Downtown Chipley
Christmas Parade will
be held on Dec. 3 at
3:30 p.m.
If you are planning
to enter the parade,
the deadline is 1 p.m.
on Friday, Dec. 2. For
more information, call
the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
at 638-4157.

Wausau Annual
Christmas Parade
The Town of Wausau
will hold its annual
Christmas parade on
Dec. 10 at 10 a.m.
Lineup will begin
at 9 a.m. Any one
wishing to be in the
parade please contact
Margaret Riley, Town
Clerk at 638-1781,
Santa is going to be
at the Possum Palace
after the parade to
meet with the children,
refreshments will be
served.

Correction
In the Nov. 16
editions of the
Washington County
News and Holmes
County Times-
Advertiser, an
advertisement for
Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
lists Dr. Adam Peaden,
DPM as Board
Certified, when he is
not. The News and
Times regrets the error.

INDEX
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Opinion................................ A4
Livestock Report .................. A8
Sports ................................ All
Extra.................................... B
Faith ............................... ..... B4
Obituaries ............................ B5
Classifieds...................... ...... B6


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Proposals threaten hospitals


By Chris Segal
Florida Freedom Newspapers
BONIFAY For critical-
access hospitals, reduc-
tions to reimbursements
rates or changes to the
pay structure have the
potential to kill rural
hospitals and jobs, health
care officials said.
"Anywhere from 41 to
45 percent of critical-ac-
cess hospitals are already


operating at a loss while
providing a necessary
or mandatory service,"
said Pat Schlenker, CEO
of Northwest Florida
Community Hospital in
Chipley. "Reductions for
rural hospitals can kill
a hospital, kill access to
care and kill jobs."
With 275 employees,
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital, for ex-


ample, is one of the larg-
est employers in Wash-
ington County. Schlenker
said the organization's
loyalty is to their associ-
ates, but if and when cuts
come down, everything
will have to be looked at
to reduce costs.
Like Northwest Flori-
da Community Hospital,
Doctors Memorial Hos-
pital in Bonifay is desig-


nated a critical-access
hospital.
"Critical-access hos-
pitals are very critical
for the area because they
serve primarily Medicare
patients who would oth-
erwise have to travel for
medical services," said
JoAnn Baker, administra-
tor for Doctors Memorial

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Referendum vote to bring slot machines to Ebro approved


By Cecilia Spears
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY A large crowd
gathered Monday as Wash-
ington County Commis-
sioners voted unanimous-
ly to allow a county-wide
voter referendum on slot
machines be placed on the
Jan. 31 Republican presi-
dential primary ballot.
Washington County Ken-
nel Club, DBA Ebro Grey-
hound Park, requested
the referendum, which, if
approved, would authorize
the use of slot machines
exclusively at the Ebro
Greyhound Park.
"We should let the peo-
ple decide," said Commis-
sioner Donnie Strickland.


The facility without the
slot machines currently
provides the county with
$270,850 in county taxes.
According to park owner
Stockton Hess, a favorable
vote on the non-partisan
ballot would also allow the
park to move forward on
creating a full-scale fam-
ily resort and entertain-
ment complex, and bring
more than 1,200 jobs to the
county.
"Ebro Greyhound Park
and Poker Room has been
a major employer and
contributor to Washington
County over the past 57
years," said Stockton Hess,
president of the Washing-
ton County Kennel Club.
"An estimated $2 million
a year in additional income


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generated from slot ma-
chines and new forms of
retail opportunities would
be significant to the coun-
ty's annual budget, and
1,200 new jobs are estimat-


ed to be created to further
the growth and potential of
Washington County, said
Hess.
Hess said that "since
1955, Ebro Greyhound


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the development of a full scale
family resort and entertain-
ment complex, including, but
not limited to, hotel and spa,
entertainment for the family
and more."
He explained that the
WCKC plans to take things a
step further by ensuring a con-
siderable amount of the reve-
nue will remain in Washington
County.
"Our intent is that all mu-
nicipalities benefit, and we're
willing to go above and beyond
the 35 percent sales tax to the
state," said Hess. "We want to
make a commitment of addi-
tional money to the county."
WCKC currently has 225
employees with an annual pay-
roll of $1.2 million and more
than $5 million in total local
spending.
Until recently, the ability
to allow slot machines at any
state facility has been limited.
However, an amendment to
Florida Statute 551.102 pro-
vides a clear definition of what
an "eligible facility" for slot
machine operations and any
pari-mutual facility located in
the county.
The amendment allows for
a licensed pari-mutual facility


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in any county in which "the
majority of votes have ap-
proved slot machines at such
facilities in a countywide refer-
endum" to offer slot machines,
provided the facility has been
in operation at least two con-
secutive years.
"We've been operating
here since 1955," said Hess.
"It's not like we're promising
something we're not already
doing."
"With millions of potential
lost visitors to our area due to
more sophisticated entertain-
ment destinations elsewhere,
Ebro Greyhound Park will fill
the void and bring the devel-
opment of such entertainment
complex to Washington County
while serving as a catalyst for
rural economic development
and growth," said Hess.
In addition, WCKC would
also pledge that DBA, better
known as Ebro Greyhound
Park, requested that Wash-
ington County allow a county-
wide voter ballot referendum
to authorize the use of slot ma-
chines exclusively at the Ebro
Greyhound Park during the
board of county commission-
er's regularly scheduled meet-
ing on Monday, Nov. 21.


Statute Section 551.102 Definitions
(4) "Eligible facility means ... any
licensed pari-mutuel facility in any
other county in which a majority of
voters have approved slot machines
at such facilities in a countywide
referendum held pursuant to a statutory
or constitutional authorization after
the effective date of this section in the
respective county, provided such facility
has conducted a full schedule of live
racing for 2 consecutive calendar years
immediately preceding its application
for a slot machine license, pays the
required licensed fee and meets the
other requirements of this chapter."


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warrant on domestic Ashley
violence, Out of county Carpenter, 27,
warrant on theft Violation of probation
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HOSPITALS from page Al


Hospital.
Baker is optimistic
elected officials will sup-
port rural hospitals but
admits there is still a "lot
in the air" regarding the
legislation. One of the leg-
islative changes that could
negatively impact rural
hospitals is a change to the
payment structure.
Medicare pays critical-
access hospitals for most
impatient and outpatient
services on the basis of rea-
sonable costs. Larger hos-
pitals receive a standard
amount for each diagnosis
and procedure, Schlenker
said.
"Unless the whole con-
cept is changed, we are
reimbursed for the allow-
able costs," he said. "It is
yet to be seen how that will
change."
Political discussions are
ongoing on how to reduce
health care costs to help
balance the federal deficit.
A special deficit-reduc-
tion super committee even
discussed ways to change
the payment structure for
the more than 1,300 criti-
cal-access hospitals in the
nation.
"Standalone little hos-
pitals model will not last,"
Schlenker said. "The pub-


lic needs to know what we
are facing."
An example of the
changing health care land-
scape was a deficit-reduc-
tion proposal by President
Barack Obama that called
for reducing bad debt reim-
bursement of 25 percent to
all eligible providers start-
ing in 2013 and payment re-
ductions to critical-access
hospitals.
Schlenker said the im-
pact is the equivalent of
the hospital's payroll for a
month.
"At some point in time
we are going to get hit" by
reductions, Schlenker said.
For Northwest Florida
Community Hospital, said
his organization is actively
pursuing partnership pos-
sibilities to help outset
costs and further increase
internal efficiencies. Doc-
tors Memorial Hospital of-
ficials are working on con-
tingency plans, as well.
"We haven't had to cut
staff so far and hopefully
we can keep jobs," Baker
said.
Baker encouraged resi-
dents of rural communities
to support their local hospi-
tals and to try to stay aware
of the changes.


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Dealing with pet fears


Your cute puppy is usually a wonderful
little bundle of joy However, when lightning
flashes and thunder strikes, she transforms
into a terrified bundle of fear and bolts
straight to your lap knocking down your
grandmother's favorite china along the way.
Before wondering if your pet is unusual,
wait a minute; you are not alone.
"Pets can be fearful of all types of
things," says Dr. Mark Stickney, Clinical
Associate Professor, Texas A&M College
of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences (CVM). He gives a variety of
examples: thunderstorms, fireworks, cars,
hats, and even children. Separation anxiety
when you leave home can be destructive
and potentially cost thousands of dollars,
he remarks. So why do pets get scared?
All animals have evolved to recognize
threats, Stickney says. The fear physiology
in animals is similar to that in humans with
the heart rate, blood pressure, and body
temperature rising when frightened, he
explains.
Dogs, which are bred as pack animals,
want to be with their owners when afraid.
Cats, being more solitary, hide when scared
and may be less destructive because they
are smaller. Thus each animal responds
differently. But the greatest available body
of information on pet fears is on dogs. An
important factor in such animal behavior
is the critical socialization period a time
between 8 to 12 weeks (2 to 3 months) of
age for both kittens and puppies. During
this period, a young animal should get its
first series of vaccinations ... and then
be taken everywhere and be exposed to
all kinds of people, things, and sounds,
Stickney advises.
"If you plan to have the animal
accompany you while horseback riding,
take it to a place where it can see and smell
horses. If you plan to take the animal along
during hunting, take it to the field where it
can see and hear gunshots."
Another important practice is crate
training a place for the pet to feel safe
when you leave the house right from the
first day the puppy comes home.
"It's sort of like your favorite chair in the
house," Stickney says, "The crate should


always be a safe place, always a happy
place." The pet should never be put in these
crates to be punished or for any negative
experience.
Stickney also recommends puppy
daycare a place where puppies spend an
hour playing together. It includes obedience
training, helps them socialize, and makes
them more observant to social cues. In this
way, they learn to notice things they may
not otherwise pay attention to. One way
to overcome fear is to expose pets to the
feared objects and reward them when they
are brave. For example, you can expose
your puppy to a small scary noise but keep
it close by, pet it and give it a treat as a
positive reinforcement. Slowly, you can
keep increasing the threshold of the noise.
Thus, even if we do not change the fear,
we can at least desensitize the pet to such
cues. Some dogs experience separation
anxiety and freak out when they hear keys
being picked up. One way to desensitize
them is to frequently pick up keys and
then sit back at home or leave the house
for a minute and then come back. Animals
will slowly recognize to ignore these cues,
Stickney advises.
A recent market trend is tight-fitting
pet jackets. These help with modifying
behavior in mild problems.
"The idea is that animals feel safe and
secure when they are compressed, just like
babies when they are swaddled," Stickney
says.
For more severe fears, specialized
veterinary behaviorists prescribe a
combination of behavioral modification
and pharmacological treatments. Stickney
emphasizes that the pharmacologic
therapy only serves to help the behavior
modification.
"There is no such thing as a single
solution to fix the problem," he remarks.
ABOUT PET TALK
Pet Talk is a service of the College
of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M University. Stories
can be viewed on the Web at http://vetmed.
tamu.edu/pet-talk.
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Best Value.


CHIPLEY- The many and
varied collections belonging
to the late Mildred Yates
Farrior a long-time
resident of Chipley who,
along with her late husband
Daniel, amassed a number
of collections in a rainbow
of categories will be sold
at auction on Saturday, Dec.
3, at the Farriors' former
residence, located at 755 4th
Street in Chipley beginning
at 9 a.m.
The auction will
be conducted by The
Specialists of the South,
Inc. For the most part, the
auction will be absolute
(everything sells, regardless
of price), with just a few
items carrying reserves
(minimums). Online
bidding will be facilitated by
LiveAuctioneers.com.
"Mildred Farrior was
a beloved member of the
community who taught
second grade for over
forty years," said Logan
Adams of The Specialists
of the South, Inc. "Her late
husband, Daniel, was the
former owner of Dan's
Trading Post in Chipley
Many of their collections
sprang from his business,
but Mildred was very active
in selecting items and
knowing their value."
Mr. Farrior passed away
in the 1990s Mrs. Farrior
in August 2010. The couple
had no children and would
spend their spare time
scouring the flea markets
and yard sales of Panama
City and Washington
County, looking for that
next big find. In addition to
their collections, the couple
also accumulated some
wonderful furniture items
for their home. These will
be sold, too.
The furniture will
include Heywood Wakefield
bedroom chests, 20th
century mahogany bedroom
pieces, a cedar chest, a
sandalwood carved chest,
china cabinets, a chaise
longue (reclining sofa), an
occasional table, side tables,
Brentwood side chairs, a
mahogany Federal dining
room table with 3-turned
standards and reproduction
Victorian side chairs
made by the Liberty Chair
Company.
The collections,
amounting to between 400-
500 lots, are astounding
in their variety and depth.
They include Carnival
Glass, Milk Glass (to include
Open Lace), Depression


Glass, Haviland China (to
include a large service in
the mostly Berkeley pattern
but with some Oxford as
well, white, with gold edge
and pen line), Nippon
pieces, Fenton Glass, over
30 ladies' hats, some nice
artwork, tons of costume
jewelry (some of it to be
sold in multiple lots), hand-
painted china, ceramic milk
bowls, quilts and more.
Individual items of note
will feature a gorgeous
stoneware pitcher, a
wonderful Seth Thomas
mantel clock and a steeple
mantel clock, a Gone With
the Wind-style Milk Glass
floor lamp with painted
globe plus a variety of other
table and vanity Milk Glass
lamps, a Weller vase, an
Eastlake platform rocker, a
wrought-iron bench, a hand-
painted Nippon chocolate
set, a vintage daguerreotype
and more.
Also sold will be a World
War II-era parachute and
uniform (no insignias),
Coca-Cola collectibles
(mostly recent), vintage
children's books, over 40
collectible teapots (many of
them antique), primitives
(to include crocks, Mason
jars, about a half-dozen
insulators, an egg scale an
old washboard and vintage
tools, to include hand-
saws and planes), Goofus
glassware, a huge collection
of Rosepoint glassware,
Herringbone and Iris
glassware (marigold and
clear), other glassware in
many desirable patterns
(Floragold, Cabbage Rose,
Cherry Blossom, Mayfair
Open Rose, Sandwich,
Manhattan), fur coats
(including two mink stoles,
a full-length mink coat and
a cashmere coat), sterling
silver (to include a large
flatware service, Alvin
Chateau Rose), rugs (not
Persian antique), beautiful
handbags (including
evening bags), and
vintage camera and movie
equipment.
The Carnival Glass will
include highly collectible
single- and double-handled
nappies. Also sold will be
wall pockets (Hull Art and
Japanese Castle), Goebels
(angels and Madonna), sad
irons (molded cast-iron
triangular irons, about 6
inches on each side), cast-
iron skillets and other cast-
ironware, punch bowls and
cups, and vintage linens.
Returning to furniture,


other lots will include a
mahogany dumbwaiter and
drum table, a diminutive
oak entry table with two
drawers and backsplash on
an overshelf rocking chairs,
a medium-sized mahogany
fall-front secretary, a sturdy
20th century Windsor chair,
several nice Renaissance
Revival chairs, and an
upholstered Victorian sofa
with coffee table and end
tables.
Mildred was active in
organizations such as the
Garden Club, the Women's
Club, Friends of the Library
and the Daughters of the
Confederacy, She was also a
staunch, lifelong Democrat.
Declining health forced her
to spend the years 2005-2010
in a long-term care home,
leading up to her passing.
Daniel came from a long
line of professionals in the
area doctors, lawyers
and judges -and his father
was sheriff of Washington
County. Daniel broke
the mold by becoming a
retail store merchant, but
the business thrived and
without it he and Mildred
might not have been
the dedicated collectors
they became. Mr. Farrior
succumbed after a long
battle with lung cancer.
In addition to the online
bidding component, phone
and absentee bids will also
be accepted. Previews will
be held the week prior to
the auction, by appointment,
and on the morning of sale,
Dec. 3, from 8-9 a.m.
The Specialists of the
South, Inc., has been
serving the Panama City
community for over 30
years. The firm specializes
in a broad range of services,
to include estate auctions,
furniture refurbishing,
interior decoration,
personal property
appraisals and business
liquidation services. It has
been awarded the Small
Business of the Month by
the Bay County Chamber of
Commerce. The Specialists
of the South, Inc., is
always accepting quality
consignments for future
sales. To consign an item,
estate or collection, you
may call them at 785-2577,
or you may email them at
specialists@knology.net. To
learn more, or to register
for the Dec. 3 auction, you
may log on to either www.
SpecialistsoftheSouth.
com or www.
PanamaCityAuctions.com.


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Dear Editor:
Thanksgiving is a time
when we gather with our
families and reflect upon
the many blessings we
enjoy as a nation. One
of those blessings is a
safe, nutritious abundant
food supply produced
by out farmers and
ranchers. We also benefit
from other agricultural
products used to produce
the clothing, housing
medicines, fuel and other
products we use on a
daily basis.
Food, fibers and
fuels are available to
us because of a broad
partnership of farmers
and ranchers, processors,
brokers, truckers,
shippers, advertisers,
wholesalers and retailers.
The collaboration of these
members of our society
helps maintain standard
living.
In appreciation of this
farm-city partnership, the
President of the United
States annually proclaims
the week leading
up to and including
Thanksgiving Day as
National Farm-City
Week. On the seven days
leading to and including
Thanksgiving Day, Farm-
City Week is celebrated
nationwide.
As the president
of the Holmes County
Farm Bureau, I would
like to encourage local
residents to take a
moment this holiday
season to appreciate the
partnership that makes
our food supply safe,
affordable and abundant.
Rural and urban
residents are partners
in the production,
consumption and
distribution of agricultural
items. Farm workers,
researchers, processors,
shippers, truck drivers,


May we keep
the meaning of
Farm-City Week
in mind as we
give thanks
for all that
we eijoy.

inspectors, wholesalers,
agribusinesses,
marketers, advertisers,
retailers and consumers
all play important
roles in the incredible
productivity that has
made our nation's food
and fiber system the envy
of the world.
Holmes County
boasts a notable range of
agricultural production.
Crops produced in
Holmes County in 2010
were: corn, cotton,
peanuts, wheat and oats.
Livestock: beef cattle,
dairy cattle, goats, hogs,
sheep, also catfish,
vegetables and poultry.
Neither the farm
nor the city can
exist in isolation.
Interdependence creates
jobs, products, markets
and relationships that
build our economy and
support our collective
well being. As we
celebrate Thanksgiving,
I urge your readers
to remember the vital
farm-city partnerships
that have allowed us to
harvest a bountiful diet
from our rich agricultural
resources. We depend
upon each other for our
continuing quality of life.
May we keep the
meaning of Farm-City
Week in mind as we give
thanks for all that we
enjoy.
Raymond Thomas
Bonifay


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Ruby Lee Moore Bedford's death brings sadness to many


This fall has seen the
death of a number of our
ninety-something citizens
and one
life in
particular
touched
many of
us. Ruby
Moore
Bedford
HAPPY CORNER would e
Hazel Wells Tison been 100
been 100
on Dec.
16, 2011 when she passed
away last week. When
we were working on
The Heritage History of
Holmes County, I had the
privilege of interviewing
"Miss Ruby" and writing
her family story for the
book.
Her parents Walter
R. Moore and Cleddie
Barnhill Moore came to
Bonifay sometime between
1885 and 1890 along with
the Sessoms and Godwin
families who owned


turpentine operations
here. They continued to
work in that business for
many years. Mrs. Bedford
said that the family was
living in a house about
where the First Assembly
Church is now located.
She remembered playing
under two large oak trees
as a small child.
Many of us my age
and younger remember
her from her work at the
Holmes County Health
Department where she
worked as a nurse aid for
over 30 years. It was then
located in what had been
a residence just south of
the railroad where the
Nation Wide Insurance
office is now. When she
first started, the house had
no heat and no running
water so Miss Ruby would
come to work early every
morning to build fires in
the fireplaces and bring in
buckets of water.


Her first employment
had been with Dr. L.H.
Paul as a cook and general
helper. She learned many
nursing skills working
with him including child-
birthing. She told about
one father who was pacing
back and forth due to
the pain his wife was
experiencing. Dr. Paul
said, "Get over there and
sit down. These things
come with a price, you
know."
When Dr. Paul's cousin
was Sanitation officer for
the Health Department,
Ruby worked part time
there. Then when Mrs.
Gertrude Lee came as
Holmes County's first
Registered Nurse, Moore
worked with her and later
Mrs. Norma Sims and
others. That association
lasted for over 30 years.
That is where many of
us came to appreciate
her skill, her common


sense (Mother wit as Mya
Angelou called it), and
her patience and sense
of humor. Back then we
all took our children to
the Health Department
for their immunizations.
I remember our oldest
son taking the hair brush
with him. He intended
to fight back. Miss Ruby
just laughed and laughed
at him. She always
remembered his name.
She had a knack for that.
The Moore family
established a business
south of the Railroad on
Oklahoma Street next to
the cotton gin. The caf6,
grocery store, and shoe
repair shop kept the whole
family occupied. When I
named my column "The
Happy Corner" many who
remembered the Moore's
place of business thought I
got my name from that as
their store was called The
Happy Corner.


LETTER


I always enjoy reading
the Happy Corner column
by Hazel Wells Tison.
I learn so much about
the people and history
of Holmes County from
her fascinating stories.
Being from the north, I
do not know much about
southern cooking. I love
trying new dishes and


Mrs. Tison's column in
last Wednesday's column
inspired me to try her way
of making turnip greens.
I found a huge bunch of
turnip greens at the Piggly
Wiggly and tried it out.
They turned out delicious.
Thank you Mrs. Tison for
your wonderful recipe! I
am going to get some more


and make them for our
Thanksgiving potluck at
my mother's senior citizen
park in Deleon Springs,
FL. There are a lot of
people from Michigan and
Ohio I want to introduce
them to. I know they will
enjoy them as much as I
did. By the way, I think my
mother may be mad at me


because I can't go shopping
with her on Friday. I have
to drive back to Bonifay to
watch my favorite team,
the Holmes County Blue
Devils, play football in the
1-A Championship Regional
Finals Friday evening.
Happy Thanksgiving to


Lori Stade


HOLMES COUNTY COUNCIL ON AGING CELEBRATES

BIRTHDAYS AND THANKSGIVING


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Holmes County Council on Aging celebrated their November birthday/thanksgiving dinner sponsored by Doctors
Memorial Hospital. From left to right, Shirley Greer, Greg Wilmot, Patty Price, Dot Carrol, William "Ed" Steverson,
(not pictured) Iris Cooper. Holmes County Council on Aging would like to say thank you, to Doctors Memorial Hospital
and to the ladies that came out and served, so thank you all so much, and to the Piggly Wiggly for the birthday cake,
thank you.


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WCS office: Watch out for these scams


The Washington County
Sheriffs Office would like to
warn the community that in
the last few weeks an alarm-
ing number of residents have
been targeted by scams.
The most commonly re-
ported scams WCSO scam-
mers have received are the
following:

Fake Debt Collection
Agencies
Posing as a collection
agency, the con artist con-
tacts a victim, claiming
the person owes a specific
amount of money to a partic-


ular company. They will con-
vince the victims to give up
the delinquent accounts and
threaten to report overdue
bills to credit bureaus, take
legal action or even drain
money from the victims'
bank accounts.
Do NOT pay off these
scammers!
Instead, contact the actu-
al creditor to learn if some-
one opened an account in
your name.
Fake Check Scams
You have won a for-
eign lottery or sweepstakes.
That's impossible unless


you traveled to that country
to enter.
Foreigners e-mail
you with promises to deposit
riches into your account.
They pretend to be busi-
nesspeople, government
officials or royalty, but this
is a dangerous scam that is
never true.
Buyers offer over-
payments on items you ad-
vertised in classified ads or
an online auction. They ask
you to deposit the check in
your account and return the
excess to them. Never ac-
cept an overpayment.


Potential rental
tenants claim to be moving
from outside the area. They
send a check for more than
the deposit then ask you to
send some of it back.

Job Offers
You can avoid falling for
employment scams by doing
a little research before ap-
plying for the job or agreeing
to work for that "company."
Consult the Better
Business Bureau and the
Federal Trade Commission
to see if they have received
any complaints.


Confirm they are
licensed with the state they
claim to be out of. If you can-
not find them in that state
and are still interested, ask
them where they are li-
censed to do business and
then verify this information
yourself.
Avoid Jobs that re-
quire you to pay any money
up front this is usually a
warning that the job may not
be legitimate.
Avoid jobs that
guarantee high wages in a
short amount of time and
that require little to no


experience.
Avoid all envelope-
stuffing jobs. There are ma-
chines that do this.
The bottom line is "If it
sounds too good to be true,
it is." Avoid it. If you are still
in doubt, call the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's office
Fraud Line.
To receive a free copy
of your credit report each
year and to ensure there is
no inaccurate information
or unusual activity contact
us by visiting www.annual-
creditreport.com or by tele-
phone at (877) 322-8222.


Wells Fargo contributes to Florida's food banks


JACKSONVILLE Wells
Fargo announced Nov. 17 it
is contributing
$135,000 to 14 food banks
across Florida as they
struggle to meet critical
needs during the Thanks-
giving and holiday seasons.
The grants are being made
in partnership with the an-
nual Winn-Dixie Jackson-
ville Open, a golf tourna-


ment which benefits local
charities in Florida.
In North Florida, $47,500
will benefit America's Sec-
ond Harvest of the Big
Bend, Bay Area Food Bank,
Bread of the Mighty Food
Bank, First Step Food Bank
and Second Harvest Food
Bank. According to recent
U.S. Department of Agri-
culture data, more than


three million Floridians
face hunger every day.
Many food banks in
Florida worry about the in-
crease in demand for food
and services during the
holidays as a result of the
state's challenging econ-
omy and lagging unem-
ployment. "That's why we
felt these donations were
so important," said Scott


Coble, Wells Fargo regional
president for North Florida.
"We know the struggle the
food banks are experienc-
ing with supplies not being
able to meet the increasing
demands with more people
seeking help in the current
economy."
"We're very grateful to
Wells Fargo for this gen-
erous contribution," said


Rebecca Brislain, execu-
tive director of the Florida
Association of Food Banks.
"Monetary contributions
have a multiplier effect;
for every dollar given to
our food banks we can dis-
tribute $6 worth of food.
This gift really allows us
to leverage other donated
resources and provide so
much more to our neigh-


bors in need."
The food bank contri-
butions are in addition to
the $100,000 Wells Fargo
contributed to those orga-
nizations this past sum-
mer in conjunction with its
merger-related activities
and more than $11 million
that Wells Fargo will have
invested in Florida's com-
munities in 2011.


Library announces


Overdue Fine-Forgiveness


The Washington
County Public Library
would like to announce
that December will be
Overdue Fine-Forgiveness
Month. If you have
forgotten to return books
from any Washington
County Library, return
them during the month
of December and we
will forgive the overdue
fine. The books must
be returned to one of
the Washington County


Public Library locations,
which include the Main
Branch in Chipley, the
Sam Mitchell Branch
in Vernon, the Wausau
Branch and the Sunny
Hills Branch. This offer
ends Dec. 22.
If you have already
returned your books but
you have overdue fines,
we would like to take this
opportunity to wipe your
record clean of overdue
fines. To do this, visit


out webpage at www.
wcplfl.com and print out
the overdue forgiveness
coupon. Present the
coupon in person at any
Washington County Public
Library listed above and
we will delete the overdue
fines from your record.
Limit one coupon per
person. The coupon will
expire Dec.22, so don't
delay. Start out the new
year with a fine-free
record.


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Washington County Council on Aging Inc. grand opening


CHIPLEY Washington
County Chamber of
Commerce welcomed
Washington County Council
on Aging with a grand
opening and Ribbon Cutting
ceremony at 1348 South Blvd
in Chipley.
The council's goal is to
maintain elderly persons
in their own homes in a
safe environment, without
institutional care. The
agency provides homemaker,
personal care, in-home
respite and facility day respite
care. We also provide Meals
on Wheels for Washington
County and partner with


other agencies to provide
nice, clean activity/meal
centers across the county.
Locations days and times
of operation:
Chipley, Monday through
Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Ebro Town Hall, Monday,
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Vernon City Hall,
Wednesday and Thursday, 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
Greenhead New Vision
United Methodist Chruch,
Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
(bring a covered dish)
Sunny Hills Frank
McKenna Community Center,
Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


Hatch Mott MacDonald grand opening


Special to the Times-Advertiser
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
welcomed Hatch Mott
MacDonald with a grand
opening and ribbon
cutting ceremony at
1232 Jackson Avenue in
Chipley.
Hatch Mott MacDonald
specializes in highways
and bridges.
As the demand
on road and highway
infrastructure increases,
Hatch Mott MacDonald is
ready to help their clients
with comprehensive
civil, structural
and transportation
engineering skills.
HMM offers completely
integrated consulting
services that cover
all phases of new and
existing highway projects
from planning through
design to construction.
Emphasizing function,
sustainability, and
sensitivity to the
environment, Hatch Mott
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within an established
budget and timeframe.
Their areas of expertise
include freeways and
parkways, toll roads,


expressways, complex
interchanges, state and
provincial highways;
arterials, collectors,
distributors, municipal
and local streets, and


mining and forestry roads.
As one of the leading
transportation firms in
North America, with an
established reputation for
quality and innovation,


HMM provides services
for the design and
construction of new
bridge structures as well
as the renovation and
rehabilitation of existing


ones. HMM provides
extensive capabilities to
plan, design, inspect and
supervise construction
for all types of bridge
structures for highway,
rail, land and water
crossings using a variety
of materials including
wood, concrete and steel,
as well as composite
and hybrid materials.
Also, as infrastructure
continues to mature,
HMM is performing much
needed condition surveys,
inspections and structural
analyses, for general
repair and renovation,
seismic retrofit,
management systems, and
maintenance measures
to extend the life of these
valued facilities. Their
areas of expertise include
vehicular, taxiway, railroad,
pedestrian, moveable,
temporary, suspension,
cable-stayed, extrados,
arch, truss, girder and box
girder.
For a complete listing of
services, visit their website
at www.hatchmott.com.


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THANKS!


We appreciate everyone who participated in our Nov. 16 Turkey Hunt.
One lucky person will win $100, and we'll be drawing for lots of
other great prizes, listed below.*
We especially want to thank the local businesses where our turkeys "hid";
many also contributed prizes listed below. We encourage you to continue
your"hunt"for great deals on goods and services at these local businesses.


A&B Auto Chipley
Blossoms Boutique Chipley
Collection of Christmas Ornaments
Brock Auto Body Chipley
Shirt
C&C Bookkeeping Chipley
$50 credit on Tax Preparation
Chipley Hardware
Covington Music Chipley
Two packs of guitar strings
Dr. Ben Saunders Pediatric Dentistry
Marianna
Fashion Frenzy Bonifay
First United Methodist Church
of Chipley
Hasty Heating & Cooling Chipley
Turkey Gift Certificate
Kirkland Scrap Metal Bonifay

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1364 N. Railroad Ave.
Chipley, FL 32428
(850) 638-0212
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Nichols Auto Repair
Free Oil Change
Northwest Florida Community Hospital
Chipley
Piggly Wiggly Bonifay
Piggly Wiggly Chipley
Shirt
Townsend Building Supply Chipley
Car Strap
Trawick Construction Chipley
The Dog House Chipley
$10 Gift Certificate
Scott's Townhouse Restaurant
Bonifay
Styling Station Chipley
$20 off Color, $20 off Highlights,
3 free Tanning Sessions, free Hair Cut
Washington Nursing & Rehabilitation
Center

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Bonifay, FL 32425
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wishes all of our patients a
Happy & Healthy Thanksgiving (
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877 3rd St., Suite 4 Chipley, FL
305 East Byrd Ave, Suite B, Bonifay
850-547-4555


Giving thanks
f/or you, our customers, t/his
SThanksgiving and wishing you
a blessed Thanksgiving holiday
from your friend at
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1 1396 Jackson Ave.,Chipley, FL (850) 63 18 05
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Join us for Our First
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Sat., Nov. 26th 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Meet Designer Kelly Hamlin and receive
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Chuck and Connie and all
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We would like to wish everyone a


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From
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119 S. Main St. Bonifa 850-547-4225


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Unique Gift Baskets
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FLORIDA LIVESTOCK AUCTIONS
At Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled $10,290 compared to $11,756 last
week and $11,075 last year. According to the Florida-State Livestock Market News
Service: Compared to one week ago, slaughter cows were $1-3 lower, bulls were
mostly steady, feeder steers $1-3 higher, heifers $2-4 higher, replacement cows were
mostly steady.

Feeder Steers:
300-400 lbs $135-174
400-500 lbs $127-151
500-600 lbs. $117-134

Feeder heifers:
300-4001bs. $124-137
400-5001bs. $110-136
500-6001bs. $106-115

Slaughter Cows:
90% Lean 750 12001bs. -
85% Boner 1200 15001bs. -


Slaughter Bulls:
Yield Grade No. 1 2 1500 -


21001bs. $72-90


Community BRIEFS


Two-Toed Tom
Festival
The Town of Esto, FL
announces the return
of the Two-Toed-Tom
Festival. The festival will
be held at John Clark
Park in Esto on April
14-15, 2012. The festival
will feature vendors,
live music, children's
events and other events.
Vendors and musical acts
are being sought. For
information call Darlene
Madden at 850-263-3201 or
email phonedar@yahoo.
com

"Third Annual Cloud
of Ideas"
PANAMA CITY This


season's gift giving comes
in a "CLOUD OF IDEAS!"
Panama City Artists'
third annual shopping
event begins Wednesday,
November 16th and will
continue through Friday,
December 23rd.
A variety of original
art work from local
artists is presented in a
unique cloud like effect at
CityArts Cooperative in
downtown Panama City.
Each work is packaged
in clear plastic and
can be purchased for a
donation of $5. Selection
includes watercolors,
acrylics, drawings, prints,
photographs, and pottery.
These original art works
are perfect hostess gifts,
make a great little gift
exchange item or that


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for those you wish to
remember during the
holidays.
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16 through December 23
at CityArts, 318 Luverne
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Community Involvement
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special opening reception
and shopping opportunity
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November 15, 6pm to
8pm, during Panama City
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HCHS Drama Department



presents 'Smokey Joe's Cafe'


Special to the News

HCHS Drama
Department will present
Smokey Joe's Cafe on
Tuesday Nov. 29, Saturday
Dec. 3, Sunday Dec. 4,
and Monday Dec. 5 at the
HCHS Auditorium. There
will be a 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
show on Saturday Dec. 3
and a 2:30 show on Sunday
Dec. 4.
If Holmes County
High School has a play off
football game on Friday
night Dec. 2, the shows on
Saturday will begin at 1
p.m. and 5 p.m.
Smokey Joe's Cafe is a
musical revue showcasing
37 pop standards,
including rock & roll and
rhythm & blues songs
written by songwriters
Jerry Leiber and Mike
Stoller.
The Original Broadway
cast recording, Smokey
Joe's Cafe: The Songs
Of Leiber and Stoller
won a Grammy Award in
1996. The revue opened
on Broadway on March
2, 1995 at the Virginia
Theatre and closed on
January 16, 2000 after
2,036 performances.
In 1995, the show
had several Tony Award
nominations including
Best Featured Actor in a
Musical, Best Featured
Actress in a Musical, Best
Choreography, and Best
Direction of a Musical.
The original cast
recording won the
Grammy Award for Best
Musical Show Album in
1996.
Hundreds of artists
have recorded songs
written by Leiber and
Stoller. Some of these
artists include The
Coasters, Elvis Presley,
The Drifters, Ben E.
King, Willie Mae "Big
Mama" Thornton, Little
Willie Littlefield, The
Clovers, Peggy Lee,
Wilbert Harrison, Sha Na
Na, Johnny Mathis, and
Michael McDonald.
Songs Smokey Joe's


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Cafe include Hound Dog,
Jailhouse Rock, Treat Me
Nice, Stand By Me, There
Goes My Baby, Charlie
Brown, Yakety Yak, and
many more.
Director, Ricky Ward,
says that this is one of
the most energetic shows
that the HCHS Theatre
Department has produced.
He compares the energy
of this show to others
performed such as Grease
and Back to the 80's.
The cast includes Kayln
Hardin, Haylee Harris,
Chelsey Cullifer, Heather
Burlew, Alana Sheffield,


Mikayla Moore, Haleigh
Music, Hope Bailey, Devin
Miles, Nic Bell, Jeremy
Bailey, Braeden Cooper,
Carlton Hedman, Holton
Adams, Dylan Chitty, &
Lydia Sheesley. The band
includes Zac Garner, Sam
Nolen, Hannah Howell,
Drew Howell, & Grant
Harris. There will also be
a special performance by
Mrs. Cynthia Brooks.
Come out and enjoy
the music, dance, and live
band. Tickets go on sale
Monday Nov. 14. Ticket
prices will be $5 advanced
and $7 at the door.


Elevated risk of rip currents expected at

beaches through Thanksgiving weekend
TALLAHASSEE- Florida current risk. On Wednesday, to identify hazards. Ask
vision of Emergency a cold front is forecast to a lifeguard about the
management officials are traverse the state with conditions before entering
going beachgoers to use strong northeasterly winds the water. This is part of
ution this week as an developing in its wake. their job.
evated risk of dangerous These breezy conditions will Learn how to swim in
) currents is expected bring an elevated risk of rip the surf. It's not the same
ong the entire Florida currents to Nassau County swimming in a pool or lak(
ast Coast. Persistent and through Flagler County Also, never swim alone.
wrong onshore winds may on Thanksgiving Day and Stay at least 100 feet
feet the coastline from along the entire Atlantic away from piers and jettie
assau County southward Coast Friday and Saturday. Permanent rip currents
to Miami-Dade County A second cold front is often exist alongside these
rough the upcoming forecast to move through structures.
lanksgiving weekend. An the Sunshine State late Consider using
evated rip current risk is this upcoming weekend polarized sunglasses whei
so expected to develop and will bring a shift in the at the beach. They will hel
ong the Gulf Coast later wind direction. This change you to spot signatures of r
is holiday weekend as will cause the rip current currents by cutting down
wrong winds increase risk to increase along glare and reflected sunligl
*er the Gulf of Mexico. Panhandle beaches, from off the ocean's surface.
hen red flags are flying, Escambia County eastward Pay especially close
*achgoers should use through Wakulla County, attention to children and
ution when considering on Saturday and will affect persons who are elderly
swim in Florida's coastal all beaches along the Gulf when at the beach. Even ii
waters. Coast on Sunday. shallow water, wave action
"These strong rip A rip current is a narrow, can cause loss of footing.
irrent conditions can powerful current of water If caught in a rip currei
)se a hazard to residents that runs perpendicular Remain calm to
id visitors who plan to to the beach, out into the conserve energy and think
iter the water this holiday ocean. These currents may clearly.
weekend Deputy State extend 200 to 2,500 feet (61 Never fight against th
meteorologist Michelle to 762 meters) lengthwise, current.
palmer said. "Beachgoers but they are typically less Think of a rip current
id surfers should be sure than 30 feet (9 meters) wide. like a treadmill that canno
check the rip current Also, rip currents can often be turned off, which you
itlook before heading out move at more than 5 miles need to step to the side of.
id to swim in sight of a per hour (8 kilometers per Swim out of the curre
guard. Remembering to hour) or faster and are not in a direction following
eck the beach warning always identifiable to the the shoreline. When out
ig system before going average beachgoer. of the current, swim at
to the water can help to When at the beach: an angle-away from the
sure a safe and enjoyable Whenever possible, current-towards shore.
orida beach experience." swim at a lifeguard- If you are unable to
For Palm Beach, protected beach. swim out of the rip current
toward, and Miami-Dade Be cautious at all float or calmly tread water
)unties, onshore winds times, especially when When out of the current,
mbined with tidal effects swimming at unguarded swim towards shore.
11 bring a high risk of rip beaches. If you are still unable
irrents to their beaches Pay attention to beach reach shore, draw attentic
rough mid-week. These warning flags and know to yourself by waving your
me conditions will put the what the colors mean. arm and yelling for help.
*aches of Nassau County Obey all instructions If you see someone in
rough Martin County and orders from lifeguards, trouble, don't become a
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Wednesday, November 23, 2011


Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser I A9


NFRC recovers from 400-inmate flu-like outbreak


BY Cecilia Spears
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Officials at the
Northwest Florida Recep-
tion Center in Washington
County said a little over
400 inmates started show-
ing flu-like symptoms on
Wednesday, Nov. 2.
Washington County
Health Department Direc-
tor Rick Davis explained
they had received a report
of a massive out break of
diarrhea in inmates from
several different blocks as
well as several food service
employees.
"It could have just been
a sick food service employ-
ee that came to work and
spread it to other employ-
ees and to the inmates,"
said Davis.


"These things happen to us all
during cold and flu seasons ...
Especially in schools, offices and
anywhere you have large groups of
people residing in close quartersfor
long periods oftime."

Paula Bryant
Department of Corrections


The Washington County
Health Department Direc-
tor Rick Davis confirmed
that test results returned
negative for bacterial or
viral.
Paula Bryant with the
Department of Corrections
explained that all affected
inmates were moved into
one dormitory to keep


them from possibly spread-
ing whatever was contract-
ed and weekend visitations
were canceled.
No new inmates were
accepted into the facility
and no inmates were being
moved until the cause of
the illness was known.
To follow protocol the
reception center would


not accept or move any
inmates till the very last
inmate was moved out of
quarantine.
"The last inmate was
released from quarantine
Monday, Nov. 14," said Bry-
ant. "We're under strict
obligation to hold every in-
mate under quarantine for
72 hours after symptoms
have disappeared."
The Northwest Florida
Reception Center is now
back up and running as
normal and all inmates
are now symptom free said
Bryant.
"These things happen
to us all during cold and flu
seasons," said Bryant. "Es-
pecially in schools, offices
and anywhere you have
large groups of people re-
siding in close quarters for
long periods of time."


Air Force Airman 1st Class
Daniel A. Propst graduates
from basic military training


Air Force Airman 1st
Class Daniel A. Propst
graduated from basic
military training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
The airman
completed an intensive,
eight-week program
that included training
in military discipline
and studies, Air Force
core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare
principles and skills.


Airmen who
complete basic training
earn four credits toward
an associate in applied
science degree through
the Community College of
the Air Force.
Propst is the son
of Dawn Green and the
stepson of James Green
of Manglebee Drive,
Ponce de Leon.
He is a 2009
graduate of Ponce de
Leon High School.


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Al 0 I Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Local


Wednesday, November 23, 2011


Holmes and Washington County students tell us all


HOW TOCoQ


Kate M. Smith Elementary
School
First, I would put sum sesen.
Second, I would then stuf it. Third,
I would put it in the uveen for 16
minis. Lastly, my family and I would
enjoy the delicious turkey I cooked
for them.
Drake

First we have to wosh the turkey.
Then we have to take the bones
out. ASnd then we have to cook
the turke. The End
Aaryon

First you get a turkey and
seen the turkey really good.
and throw it in the oven for 20
minits. and take the turkey out
in 20 minits put the turkey on
a long table. and have a good
thansgiveing.
Nikila

first you will decrate you tuckey.
second you put sesuningon you
tuckey. You put the tuckey in the
uven for 20 minits.
Fredrick

One time we went to cacha
tucky a nice one it took a long time
to get their. We had to take a cab,
a train and a car. Then we finly
got one. We took it home and we
cleann it and grild it we put some
season on it. we put solt on it..
When it was time to eat it tost so
good and that was the time i aet
a tercy.
Reanna Guadiana

November is when
Thanksgiving starts. You can go to
Wal-Mart for a turkey or go use a
shotgun or a crossbow to kill it. You
can make your crispy in the oven
with seasoning. Some people have
a thermometer in the tukey to keep
teak of the temperature
Nathan

When you cook a turkey It can
be fownd in the woos Some People
like there turkey crisp. Some turkeys
can be fownd in stores like Piggly
Wiggly. besides some people can
find turkey ineawear.
Mia

Well you can buy one from
Wal-Mart and some times you can
find them in the woods but this is
how to Cook a Turkey of you habe
a Turkey you tkae out it's fether's
out then you cut it's head off an
then you put it in a pot.
Madison

You turn n the oven then you
put the turkey in the oven when
you,ve done that you just standard
wait you take it out, check it, put it
back in we always get out turkey at
Piggly Wiggly.
Sydney

When you cook a turkey you
need to gather seasoning timer,
and set the oven. Step one go to
the market. Step two put seasing
on. Step three in the oven. Step
four take it out and make the other
foods. Then take it out whenits
golden brown and enjoy you
thanksgiving meal. Plus make your
family happy.
lChristn


First bu the turkey fror
that has fresh turkey. Ne
timer for 30 minutes and
degrees for 350 degrees
cook it for 30 minutes ar
it out ofn the oven, Finna
turkey on thanksgiving d
was a good turkey!


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love turkey!


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turkey and give my fami
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turkey


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it in the oven for four mir
you tak it out of the oven
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Frist you Kill it with a gun and
pick the feathers off of it then you
boil it and then you put it in the
oven fo 66 miints


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you take off its skin. And
take its fethers off and the
its guts out and it musels
you cook it for 55 togrec
then you eat it. When yo
out and it tast food. but
som salt.


turkeys hate this time a
you will set the timeer to
you will stuf the turkey wi
and stuf it with cake or p
thin make shar you save
you will stuf those in their.
sesinonit and the sesin is
thin put it in the timer gos
because you will probile
and a dog.


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Sa store shoot a turkey with my un
xt, set a kin it and get the frathers
set the We also cut its neck off a
s. The, a bucket and put the turkey
nd the take it and let the blood flow c
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ay. That seasoning on it and let it
with Al sauce. We then s
Meredith lemons on it and cook it
2 hours. Then we get it ou


thanksgiving is a perfect time
to cook a turkey. First, I shoot the
turkey with my friend Charles.
Second I pick off the feathers and
throw them away. Third I cut it
open and get the bullet out of the
turkey. Fourth I put the turkey in the
oven to cook and I can hardlywait
to eat it. Fith I get the table ready
and I get the turkey and put it on
the table. Turkey is so good to my
family!
Bruce

Thanksgiving in a perfect time
to kill and cook a turkey. Here is
how. First you go out and kill it.
You can use a rifle or a shot gun.
You can choose. I'v actually shot
one with a rifle. Next, we pluck
its feathers. You have to pull hard
to get them off. When I got them
off, it smelled bad. Then, you put
it in the freezer. When you take it
out you thaw it out. It takes about
one hour. Last, you cook it, I like it


sure its a pretty color brov
put sock things on its feet,
corn ricem Al Sauce anc
tea. We have a great fea


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walmart and get a turkey.
gives it a big but rub. My
mushes potatoeson it. Th
mom puts it in oven and t
mom invites people over.
Sputs it on 200. Then we e
green beans, and corn


I shoot a turkey with a
Thanksgiving. We hunt fo
My dad cooks the turkey
degrees. We eat it with g
have ice cream when we


Every Thanksgiving mE
my mom goes to walmart
a turkey for Thanksgiving


t sause. I take it home and me and m
starts to take the goot out a
Will seedsson the turkey with g
seedsson. She puts it in the
is the best for 350. When the turkey is
Smom We have turkey and green
at the store and mashed potatoes with
hunting. S
:00. Then
ut the Every Thansgiving my m
cut the I go to the pigaly wigaly to
ly a peice. turkey we come home and
nake a guts out. We put the tuky in
uvin for 350 we eat it with
Keygan batatos pie and desset.

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nites. Last goes and buys a turkey at t
i and put Piggly Wiggly. She puts bu
avy on it. I and she puts it in the oven
it to 500. After she takes it
Aryanna eat it with mash patatos and
berry pie.


Vernon Elementary


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sat it on thenty-one saks on
ey. than wude it out eat it oL gone.
then we Kearri
en we take
and then how to cook a turkey I w
e. And take it out the tapper and tt
u take it I would take tooth piks and
needed cholres and pinappels on it
would put it in the oven for
Jccosson 20 miuts and then I would I
cool off and when it cools c
of year. ok would fix my family a plat
100. thin would all eat and I would c
ith fethers to tell me to see how good
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d the eyes


thin put I would take all the ingre
peparonis first. Next I would tak it out
off in joy a minute or so. Then I woul
seea cat it in the oven. last I would to
out and eat it. It was delos!
Brianna turkee.

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icle. We I would go by the trky a
Soff. I would cut it up then I wou
nd get solt on it then I would put it
ey over oven at 4 then I would take
Dut and and put it on a plat.
but some
marinate
squish you cut the Fat off of it.
on 90 for you cook it an put it in the
ut, make 19 minutes you cut the met
wn, and and you have a turkey you
, We eat with cechup.
drink
st.
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and clean it. Don't forget tc
e go to the fethers or it won't taste i
SMy mom Next you need to get all of
mom and other nasty stuff out of
en my some people put stuffing in
hen my turkey. We do not do that. "
Then she we put it in the oven and se
eat it with about 45 muiunits. Then we
out and let it cook. Last we
Jena

DMA on First I buy the turkey. The
)r turkeys. is saw out to cook it. I put to
on 500 stuffing in the turkey. I put s
ravy and on the turkey. Then I put it ii
are done. oven. Finally I take it out.
Haydn Tevon

e and For Thanksgiving I will g
to get buy a turkey then put it in th
.We When it's done I will put sti


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nd she
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I put it on the table. The
Thankgivin.


First you got to kell th
Next you got to pull the
off. Then you ranes it of
you put it on 1:00 minn
well be done. Then you
it. Finally youwell have
Thanksgiving.


Robert First I get a bow and
and shoot the turkey. Ar
mom I cut the head off and ci
he stomach and let my gra
tter on it do the cooking.
and sets
out we
d blue First I get a wild turkE
I kill the turkey. Then I c
Trace turkey and I put him in t
set it for 1000 degrees fc
hool and we aet him I put ba
School sous on it.
in I will
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First you go and get
Brown from PigglyWigglies. N
buy the turkey. Then you
wouldd home and cook it to 50
ien for 5 minnets. Then you
pt oven. Last you get the fc
then I knifes and eat the turkey
about
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and we put it ion 300 minits The
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it is. eats turkey.
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for market. Next I will coke
d pu oven. Then I will make r
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I love eat it.

Kaitlyn
First you biy a Turkey
nd then cook a turkey. Last you
Id por you ita it.
in the Izac
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first you buy the turkE
Caylin store. then you put it on
next ou put it in the over
Than the oven for 350 degree:
oven for minutes. When it is don
you eat it.
eat it

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the ouvn dugres on one
:ey thted I put the turkey in I
pick fath, I put the ouvon to
good. turkey for 30 mit. Laast
the guts mom eat the turkey.
it. Then
their
Then Firts I shoot the turke
it it for clean the turky so it is n
i take it Then I set the timer for 1
eat! and put the turkey in. Fi
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and eat it.
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cook. first you nee to go
then you need to give t
goot it and bring it hom


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plum drinks.
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you put it in the ovan and have
some turkey
Chayton

This is my treky for thanesfeven,
and I must kill it before I eat it. but
I do not like to kill anumls and
nekst I will eat it neket.
Calista

you have to get a gun an than
you wait for a turkey and when
you see a turkey then you shoot it
then you cut the head off then you
c ook it then you have to put it on
the tadle.
Collin

The killed the turkey and me
and my faimly are it.
Zachary

First you shoot the turkey seiand
you need an bullet to put the
dethers in. third take off the beak
forth take out the eyes dith cut it
waddle. Six xlean it Seven out it in
the oven for 80 minutes. eith finley
its done.
Jeremiah

My mom cooks in the evin an
she stufs it
Zellee

How I cook a thanksgiving
turkey. I shot him first. Next I rowl
him and cook him. Then I also sell
him to chinae. Last they eat him
Zarah


Eden first you git a trcke tand thin bet
it in the uvin and you check it to
he tarkey. see if it is dan and if it is dan you
fethers can edet four thens given.
f. Last Alissa
it then it
can eat How to cook a Turkey when
a good you cook a turkey you should have
a knife an a fork and when you
Jazlynn Put it on the stove do not leave it
on the stove long. or ir will torn
arrow black,
nd clean it Lexie
ut there the
ndmother first you git a turkey and you
put the turke in the oevn. and you
Nicholas put the trnt the oevn on. and take it
out the oevn and put a side bish.
ey and then Samuel
ook the
he ovin and First you thol the turkey. Thin
or 5 mintens yuo cook the turkey. Next yuo chek
lurbucu the turkey if the turkey is not dun
yey yuo put the turkey back in the
Trenton fvan. then you kut the turkey. then
yuo eat the turkey.
a turkey Marissa Barnes
lext you
u take it Today Im cooking a turkey
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Allie Yesenia Holley

in secint to If I wanted to cook a turkey I
erd to wait would first put the turkey in then I
e famley will 2000 pepermints in then 600
tomatoes and 9000 cherry's and
Gabe after that I will put 300 cups of
shuagar and two pices of peper
e food ad a loin main plus a loin tail cat
it in the fur and the last engreedyent a
my plat. lunch box. And that is how to cook
ast I will a turkey!!!
Wyatt Wilson
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Blue Devils victorious in 1-1A semi-finals


Special to the Times-Advertiser

BONIFAY Holmes County
has its Blue Devils. Liberty County
has some demons of its own.
Holmes County scored 35 unan-
swered points after trailing by two
touchdowns, and Liberty County
turned the ball over on three of its
final four possessions in the Blue
Devils' 35-14 win in the Region 1-1A
semifinals Friday night at Memorial
Stadium.
Holmes County, which placed
first in District 3-1A, improved to
10-1 overall. Liberty County, the
runner-up in District 4-1A, ended its
season 8-3.
The Blue Devils will host Chipley
next Friday in the Region 1-1A fi-
nals for an opportunity to play in the
Class 1A state semifinals on Dec. 2.
Jacky Miles, who finished with
112 rushing yards on 10 carries,
scored the go-ahead touchdown
with 54 seconds left in the third
quarter to give the Blue Devils a 21-
14 lead. That completed a comeback
from a 14-0 deficit in the first half.
Kodi Russ led Holmes County
with 19 carries for 141 yards, and he
added a 13-yard touchdown run af-
ter a Bulldog fumble to give HCO a
28-14 lead with 4:26 left in the game.
He also scored a touchdown on a


1-yard run in the third quarter that
pulled the Blue Devils within 14-13.
Following another Liberty Coun-
ty fumble, Miles punched the ball
into the end zone for his third touch-
down, this time on a 14-yard scam-
per to provide the final margin.
Holmes County quarterback
Ethan Russ successfully rebound-
ed from a 9-3 loss at Marianna last
week. He completed 6 of 11 passes
for 94 yards, including three passes
to receiver Jonathan Williams for 53
yards.
Liberty County was plagued by
turnovers in each of its three losses
this year. A fumble deep in its own
territory enabled Bay to score its
only touchdown in a 7-0 win over
the Bulldogs on Sept. 9. Liberty
County suffered five turnovers in
its only district loss, a 20-7 defeat at
Blountstown on Oct. 21.
The miscues spoiled a marvel-
ous rushing performance by the
Bulldogs' talented tandem of Alex
Marlowe and Terryal Jenkins. Mar-
lowe darted for 139 yards on 25 car-
ries, and Jenkins topped the cen-
tury mark, too, with 103 yards on 10
rushes.
Marlowe raced 32 yards down the
sideline in front of his team's bench
for the game's first touchdown and
a 7-0 lead just 2-and-a-half minutes


SPECIAL TO THE TIMES-ADVERTISER


into the game. Marlowe carried the
ball five times for 53 yards on a 64-
yard drive.
Jenkins stretched the Bulldogs'
lead to 14-0 with just over eight min-
utes left in the second quarter with
a 43-yard sprint through the middle
of Holmes County's defense.
Holmes County countered on
its ensuing possession, marching
63 yards in nine plays to halve its
deficit at halftime with Miles' 6-yard
touchdown run with 4:20 left in the
quarter. Miles had one catch and
four rushes during the drive, ac-


counting for 40 total yards.
Liberty County controlled the
ball for much of the first half and
outgained the Blue Devils 207-116
through two quarters. Marlowe had
15 carries for 104 yards and Jenkins
complemented that with six rushes
for 85 yards.
Holmes County's potent offense,
meanwhile, largely was held in
check Miles and Kodi Russ were
limited to a combined 57 rushing
yards on 10 carries through two
quarters.
They finished with 253 on 29.


Freeport eliminates Vernon


VERNON Sophomore quar-
terback Gabe Moore ran for two
touchdowns and passed for anoth-
er to lead Freeport to a 32-18 victo-
ry over the Vernon in their Region
1-1A semifinal Friday night.
Moore's impact was felt early
and often, and helped offset 257
total yards by Vernon triple threat
Hunter Dobbs.
Moore broke loose on the
second play of the game for a
59-yard touchdown run, and then
hit Brandon Head on a catch-and-
run for 46 yards and the second
touchdown. Moore scored his
other touchdown late in the third
quarter on a 22-yard dash.
"We just had better ball se-
curity tonight," Freeport coach
Jim Anderson said. "But Vernon
played hard.
"They had us scared all week
... so we're happy to get the win."
Freeport, 8-3, advanced to the
Region 1-1A championship game
next week. Vernon ended 4-7.
After Moore got the first touch-
down of the game, Vernon came
back with a quick strike from
Dobbs on a 62-yard scoring run.
Head's TD reception gave the Bull-
dogs a 14-6 edge just three minutes
into the game.
The Bulldogs stopped Vernon
on its next possession and re-
sponded with an eight-play drive
capped by a 27-yard touchdown
run by Jordan Varner. The Jackets
answered when quarterback Dylan


(Top) BREAKAWAY: Freeport's Jordan Varner breaks away
from a Vernon Yellow Jacket for a 27-yard touchdown run
late in the first quarter. (Right) ON THE RUN: Freeport's James
Leogrande rushed 1 1 times for 52 yards in the 32-18 win


Kirk passed to Dobbs in the right
corner of the end zone for a 28-yard
TD.
On Freeport's next play from
scrimmage, Owen Cole broke
loose for a 71-yard dash and it was
26-12 still in the first quarter.
The score remained that way at
halftime.
Freeport converted an inter-


ception into a 22-yard touchdown
run by Moore in the third quarter.
Dobbs completed the scoring early
in the fourth quarter on a 10-yard
run.
Moore completed 8 of 16 passes
for 134 yards and a touchdown, Ca-
leb McCormick with three recep-
tions for 42 yards. Moore had nine
carries for 135 yards and James


Leogrande 11 for 52.
Dobbs paced Vernon with 19
carries for 180 yards, caught three
passes for 34 yards and also was 4
for 4 passing for another 43. Jovani
Bell rushed six times for 29 yards
for the Yellow Jackets, Kirk was 6
of 17 for 64 yards passing and Aus-
tin Brown caught four passes for
48 yards.


Chipley overcomes Blountstown 34-33


Special to the Times-Advertiser

BLOUNTSTOWN-Chipleyfoot-
ball coach Rob Armstrong made a
decision that his hometown fans
would either love him or hate him
for on Friday night. Their hugs
and smiles showed the result.
Chipley scored on a 2-point
conversion with 29 seconds to play
and held on to beat Blountstown
34-33 in a Region 2-1A semifinal at
Bowles Field. Chipley (9-2) rallied
from a 13-point deficit to advance
to play Holmes County in next
week's regional championship.
Blountstown finished 6-5.
Chipley's Josh Myers scored
from 4 yards on fourth-and-3 to
pull Chipley within 33-32. Chipley
already had missed two extra
points, so Armstrong made the
call to go for 2. It was a gamble,
but he felt confident in his burly of-
fensive line to give one last push.
James Voorhees went over
on the conversion run to cap the
scoring.
"It came down to stopping a
running play for a 2-point conver-


sion," Blountstown coach Greg
Jordan said. "Last week we were
on the good end, this time we
came up short."
Armstrong seemed as shocked
as anyone that his gamble paid
off. He would have liked to say he
planned the move all along, but
that wasn't the case.
"I wish I had a good answer
that says 'man, that sounds good
to say in the paper,' but I don't,"
Armstrong said.
Upon quick reflection he added
more meat to his answer.
"We felt we could get it, we
were confident in our offense and
in our line," Armstrong said. "It
worked out big."
Jawon Mosley's 34-yard run
with 5:26 to play gave Blountstown
a 33-26 lead. Mosley led Blount-
stown with 133 yards on 12 carries
and also returned a punt return
for a TD in the first half.
Blountstown moved ahead 26-
13 on a 37-yard fumble return by
Javakiel Brigham early in the third
quarter. Kobe McCrary, who led
all rushers with 181 yards includ-


ing 127 in the second half, scored
twice for Chipley to tie the game
26-26 less than six minutes later.
McCrary had three touchdowns.
The teams had met in a low-
scoring game in early September.
They later forged identities, with
Blountstown improving under a
young quarterback and Chipley
producing one of the area's top
running games.
The growth in the teams was
evident in the first half when they
combined for 33 points, 10 more
than in the previous meeting. And
like the first game, Blountstown
took the early lead only to see Chi-
pley rally
Blountstown quarterback
Hunter Jordan went in on his
back from 1 yard and a missed
extra point gave Blountstown a
6-0 lead. Chipley went ahead 13-6
early in the second quarter on a
47-yard connection between My-
ers and McIntyre and a 19-yard
McCrary run.
Blountstown tied the game 13-
13 on Jordan's only completion
of the first half, for 21 yards to a


wide open Anthony Jones. Mos-
ley returned a punt 62 yards to
give Blountstown a 20-13 halftime
lead.
Jordan struggled with two in-
terceptions in six attempts. Chi-
pley also squandered opportuni-
ties, including late in the half when
Myers stretched for a score from
the 1-yard line but fumbled out of
the end zone to give Blountstown
possession to run out the clock.
Following Voorhees' conver-
sion, Chipley gave Blountstown
the ball at its 32 with three botched
kickoffs, all of which went out of
bounds. Jordan had two attempts
at a miracle finish, but both pass-
es were incomplete.
Coach Jordan took time af-
ter the game to counsel his se-
niors, their run ended. Chipley's
continues.
"We have a chance and we just
need to keep up with them" Arm-
strong said of Holmes County.
"The last time we played them we
didn't score in the second half. We
can't give a team like that a two-
score lead and expect to win."


Local


receives


Cinch


Award

Koren Anderson
School Counselor
Ponce de Leon High School

Congratulations once
again to Ty Alford for being
the male recipient of the
Cinch Academic Award for
the Alabama High School
Rodeo Association.
Cinch, a sponsor of the
National High School Ro-
deo Association, annually
recognizes one male and
one female student with
the highest grade point
average in each state asso-
ciation. This is the second
year in a row that Ty has
received this honor, which
includes a scholarship to
be used at the college of
his choice. Ty maintains a
4.0 unweighted GPA while
taking the most rigorous
classes including several
dual enrollment courses.
Ty, currently a senior at
Ponce de Leon High School,
is the son of Tony and Carol
Alford. The family regular-
ly travels throughout the
Southeast while Ty com-
petes in team roping and
calf roping. He has quali-
fied three times to compete
at the National High School
Rodeo Finals in Gillette,
Wyo. and has won several
buckles, saddles and schol-
arships as well as cash.
We are very proud of this
young man and his success
in the classroom and rodeo
arena.


Local

recognized

by USTA


Special to the Times-Advertiser

The United States Ten-
nis Association (USTA)
recognized local player Wil
Spencer, who competed in
the USTA/ITA National In-
door Intercollegiate Cham-
pionships at the USTA Bil-
lie Jean National Tennis
Center in Flushing, N.Y
The tournament features
top college players from
across the country. Spen-
cer is from Ponce de Leon,
Fla. and is a senior at the
University of Georgia.

About Will Spencer
As a junior, competed in
the boys' singles draw at
the 2005 U.S. Open and was
named to the 2005 Junior
Davis Cup team.
Transferred to Georgia
for the fall after taking a
year off from 2009-2010 and
playing two seasons at Tex-
as A&M
SEC Indoor singles
champion with a win over
No. 2 Eric Quigley of UK
Became the 10th Geor-
gia men's tennis player to
win the singles crown at
the USTA/ITA Southeast
Regional, using straight-
set scores of 6-4 and 6-2 to
defeat 43rd-ranked Clint
Bowles of Florida State in
the finals to secure a place
in the National Indoor tour-
nament in New York City
Reached as high as No.
12 in singles rankings and
finished at No. 14
Voted to the All-SEC
First Team
Southeast Region Osuna
Award recipient for sports-
manship and leadership
characteristics


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Wednesday, November 23, 2011


Community CALENDAR


TUESDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (Chipley)
senior lunches; for
reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations will be accepted.
Noon: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley
6 p.m.: Holmes County
Commission meets every
second T'lesday of the
month.
7 p.m.: Narcotics
Anonymous meeting,
Blesses TYinity Catholic
Church, on U.S. Highway
177A


WEDNESDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (Chipley)
senior lunches; for
reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations will be accepted.
1 p.m.: Line dancing,
Washington Council on
Aging in Chipley.
7 p.m.: Depression and
Bipolar Support Group
meets at First Baptist
Church educational annex
building in Bonifay. Call
547-4397.

THURSDAY
7:30 a.m.: Washington


County Chamber of
Commerce breakfast every
third Thursday
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
public 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
Library preschool story
time.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (Chipley)
senior lunches; for
reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations accepted.
11 a.m.: Care Givers


Support group meets
the third Thursday of
every month at the First
Presbyterian Church
at 4437 Clinton St. in
Marianna.
Noon: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting
at New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley
6 p.m.: The Holmes
County Historical Society
meets the first Thursday of
each month at 6 p.m. The
public is invited to attend.
6:30 p.m.: TO.PS Mt.
Olive Baptist Church on
U.S. Highway 79 North.
7 p.m.: Narcotics
Anonymous meeting,
Blesses Trinity Catholic
Church, on Hwy 177A


FRIDAY
10 a.m. to noon: Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and
socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington
Council on Aging (Chipley)
senior lunches; for
reservations, call 638-6217.
Donations accepted.
11 a.m. 12:30 p.m.:
Every third Friday,
Washington County Council
on Aging (Chipley) will have
a plate lunch available to
anyone as a fundraiser for
our local senior citizens.
Plates are $6. Reservations
must be made, call 638-6216
or 638-6217
6p.m.: Marianna's


Gathering Place Foundation
is holding a get together
for 50 + senior singles,
widowed, or divorced on the
last Friday of every month
at Winn Dixie in Marianna
from 6-8 p.m. Come join
the fun for games, prizes,
snacks and you can also do
some shopping. For more
information call 526-4561.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting
at Chipley Presbyterian
Church.

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


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Holmes and Washington County students tell us all





HO TO COOK A URK[Y


Poplar Springs School
My family is having a
turkey for Thanksgiving.
Here is how we will get
started. First we will sols it.
Second we will thro it in the
ovin Next we will sesiniti.
Kassy Ky.

My mom and dad and
brother are going to eat it
down to the ground. Me an
my brother are the turkey.
My mom and dad are going
to hunt for turkey. After day
after day after day after
day after day after day and
finenle they ket it thay.
David B.

My mom and did cooked
a big beautiful turkey for
thanksgiving. We set the
oven to 300 degreesAnd
thay put seasoning on it and
then thay gave the turkey
to the family and the family
engowd it. We engoed and
the next day I shered my
story to my class and thay
liked my story and so did I.
Chloe K.


I am a good turkey to eat
and a nice turkey to chase.
I wud put the turkey in the
oven 4 75 minins.
Whiyjiegh

My sister and I are
going to cook a turkey for
Thanksgiveing. Here is how
we will get started. First we
get a turkey second we thaw
it out. Then we pit it on 300
next we make my daddy
eat it.
Kayleigh B.

Me and my family are
going to thaw and cook
a Turkey! It is going to
be delicious I can't wait!
We are going to measure
the Turkey then we will
seasoning the TUrkey Then
put it in the oven.Then we
will eat it for Thanksgiving!
Aubrey S.

Me and my nany are
going to cook a turkey. First
we thaw it out. Second wee
tos it in the oven. Then we
thro it away. Next we make
m crazy pawpaw eat it, and
my werd cousin, and my
littel cousin, and my oldest
cousin, and my brother Wes,
and Graceneat it. Then we
will thro them a way.
Emma Holley

Me and mommy are
going to cook a turke for
thanksgiving. First we will
thaw the turke out. second
we will get the ovenstarteda.
third we get a pan. fourth
we get a turkey. fifth we
throw it on the oven. sixth
we put it on a plat. Seventh
we cut it us and split it and
eat it that was good.
Emily E.

My family and I are
going to cook a Turkey fot
Thaksgiveing. This is how
we will get started. First you
thaw it out then you cut it
open and put it in the oven
the degrees is 350 when it is
done you take it out and you
eat it is delicious yum.
Makincee S.

My granny and I are
going to cook a turkey for
Thanksgiving. Here is how


we will get started. First stufin in it en then roste it en
seasonings, pan, oven and then it whod be purfict good
then we will eta it. to eat I Love turke and I cook
Bailey S. my turke at ten tugrez.
Melvin


My mom and I are
going to cook a turkey for
Thanksgiving. Here is how
we will get started. First we
will buy a turkey.Second we
season it. Third we cook it.
Finally ohno dad ate it.
Bayley N.

Bethlehem Elementary
School
Preheat oven to 350.
Take it's guts out. Clean the
turkey. Put stuffing inside the
turkey. Inject flavor into the
turkey. Sprinkle spices on top
of turkey. Put turkey in a big
pan. Cover the turkey with
tinfoil. Cook until done.
By Jaelyn Ladley

Get the turkey clean it
out. Then smere the buter.
Put salt and peper and garlik
on it. Then put corn bread
stuffing init. Put it in the oven.
Bake it on 350 for 4 ourers.
Trinity Yarbrough

I would cook a turkey
about like 79 minutes and I
would put it in a pan, And
then I would bake it about
like 2 hours. Then I would
bast than I would take it out
and eat it. I love turkey that I
would eat it all!
Harley

buy turkey
thaw it out
take out giblets
washout turkey
season with slap your
mama and salt and pepper
cut onions and celery and
stuff for flavor
rub with vegetable oil
place in baking bag
bake at 325 f for 4 to 5
hours enjoy that thanksgiving
smell.
Justin

Buy a turkey, Bring it
home and wash it. Stuff it
with a apple. Put it in the
oven and cook it until that
little red thing pops out. Then
it's time to eat some good
turkey.
Recipe by Kaylin Rogers

unmelt the turkey for 2
hours pull his head off then
pull his insides out stuff him
with anything you want. you
shoot the juices in turkey
over throw in oven on 120
for 2 hrs.
Jacob

1. You can by it in then
you can take it out of the
paper.
2. in then you put it in the
uven on tinpcher.
3. you can put in dressing
it is sow good
4. it is 100 degrees on the


uven
5. Thay cut the trcrey
6. you can have it for
diner
7. you can eat it.
Klo


ver


before you cook it you
clen it than you put it in the
uven than you put the teoher
is40 than you take it out of
the ufen than you eat it.
Grant

Whoch it good. the put


1. Buy a turkey
2. wash it.
3. Then you put it in the
oven.
4. set it for 8 hours
5. set it to 8,72578
degrees
6. eat it
Halee

I get the and we poot it
in th seek. We woohk it then
we pook it to 2,707. then
we 2 mienets pepper then
we eat it.


My mom cooke
the stove for 2:00
wn it's dun we eat
plate.


1. You bie the ti
2. take out of th
3. put the trke ii
4. cook it for 1(
at 100 agress.
5. then you take
the aven
6. you eat it


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payle on the bake
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My mom dens the
and then she cook it
poots stofing and the
poots it in the ofin an
poots it on 5 dgres a
she poots it on a par
the she raps it in tin f
when dad get home
it 5 awrs.


Washington C(
Christian Sch
1. Skin the turkey
2. Clean the turkey
3. Put it in the ove
about twenty minutes
minutes
4. Then set your to
5. Then enjoy
Brycen T

1. Put it into tinfoi
2. Then put it in Ic
3. Then put it in th
to 50 to 60 minutes
4. And take it out
Jak

skin the turkey pu
oven and cook it and
table and call your fc
to eat.
Britten Chase

1. Get it from the
2. Skin it
3. Set it for 313.7
4. put it in the ove
5. let it beep
6. Take it out
7. Wait for ot to c
8. eat it
9. Was it good?
10. I hope
Ansleigh Nol

1. Tinfoil it until m
in the freezer
2. skin it
3. put on the girl
4. put salt and pe
and seasing
5. wait until morn
git it out


6. and set the table
7. cut it
8. and enjoy
its in my belly
Sydney Hagan

1. wash the turkey
2. wait for it to dry
3. set the stove to 212
ferenhet
4. wait about 25 minutes
5. set the table while you
wait


6. tale it out of the oven.
S 7. have a feast
Kaylen Hagan

1. Skin the turkey
2. Put the turkey in the
oven set it for 375 degrees
3. When it is done take


Matthew it out
4. Call your mom and


r trke in
mines and
it on a

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dad
5. Help your mom and
dad set the table up
6. Then eat the Turkey
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i the oven Elementary School
00 mente First I wood go to Wal-
mart with my dad and we
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section and look in the
coolerr and I wood get the
Zachary little own And take it home
and I wood cook it in the
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Kai Findley

Frst i go to the woods spy
on a turkey and kill it and
cook it for 30 minutes and
cut the wings off thas the end
of a Turkey's life
Timothy Barnhill


oyl and first I would look in the
we eat freezer section. I would
pick a little turkey I would
Alyssa go home stuffit with stuffing
and put it in the oven oen on
county 365 for abour 4 1.2 hours I
|ool would take it out and carve it
other serve it to my family.
Luke
Dy
an for First wash it a long time.
Sto thirty Rub it with butter. Salt and
pepper it. Put it in the ufin.
able Skyler

shorten First I will go to Wal-Mart
then I will go to the freeser
S section second I find the
owerys biggest then I I go
ie oven home and hen I put
salt and pepper .,
then I put it in the
:e Riley ovin then for 5
minutes. then I tack
t it in the it out then I eat it.
J set the Alexis Turner
family
First you
Bossert buy it. In then you
prehet the oven.
store Next put it on 400
F. Then you ce Ik it
7 be before you eat.
en If it looks rite you can ,
eat it. Last you set
down at the tabal.
:ool off Ethan Driggers

First you kill it '.
then you clen it. And
I Steele then you cook it in
the oven. Then you
morning cook it for 400 F. Then
you put sauce on it
Bailey Slay

ipper First you kill it and le -
you take off the fethers. Thrn
ing and you cut the turkey. After that
you put it in the oven. Thirdd


you put it on 12 F win you
lake it out you wai and let it
cool off and eat it for dinner.
This is how to cook a turkey
Lindy Motley

First you kill it then you
put it in the oven. Set it for
201 F then wait for a second
then you season it with Al
Then you eat it yum yuml
Koleman Brooks

First you buy the turkey.
Then you go home an cook
it. Then you put it in the
bowlin oil. The you put it in
the oven. Next you put the
thermometer in the turkey.
Then you put the seasoning
on it. Then put it on 400 F.
Then it is four lunch. Then
you eat it. That is how I
make turkey.
Marissa Campbell

First you shot the turkey.
Next you bring the turkey
home. Then you cut the
feathers off the turkey. Third
you cook the turkey and you
cook it for 2 in a haf minits.
Then you take the turkey
out of the oven and cut the
turkey. Finally you eat the
turkey for dinner. This is how
I think you make a turkey.
Caitlyn Graves

First you kill it with a
shotgun. Then you take it
home. Third you put it in a
bowl. Fourth you put season
on the turkey. Then you put it
in the oven. Then again put
in the time on the oven I will
put the time on 505 F. I will
cook it 1 hour. Then I will let
it cool. Then I will eat it. This
is how I cook a turkey.
Faith McGowan

Bonifay Elementary
School
if you want make a turkey
you havet to hunt for 1. you
can being a gun or a bow
and arowe win you git 1
being it home and put in on
the stove win its done you
wrety to eat it yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!! I I I I I
Travis Keteham

first you cre the trkey nest
we cut the tcjy kast we wat
the trkey.
Mamels Layne


and you kcuc the turkey, and
you eat the turkey and you
ser the turkey.
Haley Forehand

First I kill the turky. Next I
cut up the turky. Then I wash
the turky. Then I will frie the
turkey. Last I will eat the turky
for Thanksgiveing
Jevin Johnson

First i kill on nest i clean it
an it dens all of the boodie
nent i cook it for 5 owers
wene it is done Last then i
seate it on the tadele then
we say out blessing then we
eat.
Michale Perry Porter

First I will biy a turkey.
Then I will cook the turkey.
Last I will eat it.
Heaven Raby

First I will by a turkey
frum the stor. Nest i will
wosh the turkey. thin i will
pode paper in it thin i will
pode stuffing in it thin i will
pot it the turkey in the uvin
and win it is dune.
Racheal McCormick

First buy it. Nest put it in
the aven and than she sbice
it than she put froos and
vaerdles aruond it and then
my family eat all up.
Haley Hudson

spice it bake it boill it
smoke it hot sose it
Erik Sapp

First pull the fethers off it.
Then cut the feet off it. Next
cut the head off it. Next put
gerlic poutter on it. Last cook
it for A hoer.
Lucas Howell

Fist they shoot it, then
they get the head off, then
they chop fethers off, then
they stuff it then she puts a
little bit of spice in it then we
bake it and then it's time to
eat.
Rayha Littlefield

They spice it pot it in the
uven and put pineapples on
it kut in to it and then eat it.
Jordyn Anderson

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Congratulations, GRADUATE

Morgan Clarissa Davis
graduated Summa Cum Laude
with a Bachelor of Arts in
Communicative Disorders
and a minor in Spanish from -
the University of Alabama in
Tuscaloosa, on May 7. The
commencement ceremony
was held on Aug. 6, in Coleman
Coliseum, Morgan was in the
Honors College and Phi Eta
Sigma (Honors Society), and she
graduated with a 3.963 GPA out of
a 4.0 scale.
Morgan is the daughter of
Glen and Anita (Cumbie) Davis
of Dothan, Ala. Her are Brenda
(Rabon) Cumbie-Adams, Carlton
Adams, the late Doyle R. Cumbie
of Wicksburg, Ala., and of Chipley,
the late Erline Atkinson, and the
late Lee A. Davis of Dothan. Her
great-grand parents are the late
Mallie L. and Clara (Wiggins)
Rabon and the late Daniel R.
and Mollie Luverne Cumbie of
Chipley.


ROULHAC MIDDLE SCHOOL HONORS VETS


The students
of Roulhac Middle
School honored
U.S. veterans on
Friday, Nov. 11.
Veterans from
all branches of
service came
and participated
in the event
sponsored by the
student council.
The band played
several pieces,
including "Taps".
The event ended
with each student
shaking hands and
personally thanking
each veteran for
their service.


WHTC's Automotive Service

Technology program reaccredited


Washington-Holmes
Technical Center's
Automotive Service
Technology Program has
achieved reaccreditation
by the National Institute
for Automotive Service
Excellence. The program
was evaluated according
to strict standards set by
the automotive industry.
The evaluation was
performed by the National
Automotive Technicians
Education Foundation
(NATEF) in all areas from
facilities to the number of
instructional hours. The
WHTC Automotive Service
Program has ASE certified
instructors and the latest
tools and equipment. Now,
more than ever, WHTC
graduates will be prepared
to enter the workforce.
This is a coveted and
necessary recognition of
WHTC's ability to produce
competent technicians and
employable graduates so
desperately needed by the
automotive industry.
NATEF is an
organization that was
founded to develop,
encourage, and improve
automotive technician
education. ASE
certification through
NATEF ensures that
certified training
programs meet or exceed
the industry's uniform


standards of excellence.
The evaluation process
involves two major
steps: an extensive self-
evaluation followed by
an on-site evaluation.
Mike Bowyer, WHTC's
Automotive Service
Program Instructor and
a certified ASE Master
Automotive Technician,
began preparing for
this evaluation over 18
months ago. Preparation
included verifying the
curriculum is up to date,
providing copies of lesson
plans, class assignments
and tests, and insuring
the training lab and
equipment met NATEF
standards. He submitted
the application and self-
evaluation materials to
the NATEF office. Once
NATEF determined the
program appeared to meet
all standards, the on-site
evaluation was scheduled.
The on-site evaluation
was conducted by an
Evaluation Team including
Gordon Allen, the
Evaluation Team Leader
and Automotive Service
Instructor from Autaugo
County Technology Center
in Prattville, Alabama;
Robert Vargo, Automotive
Service Instructor from
Chipola College; and Matt
Cox, Vehicle Maintenance
Technician from the


Washington County
Sheriff's Office.
Today's motor vehicle
repair industry has taken
on a new sophistication,
explained Mr. Bowyer. "It's
not like the 1950s when
American autos were
typically limited to three
major manufacturers.
The long list of makes
and models now require
advanced technical training
as well as computer
literacy." Today, integrated
electronic systems and
complex computers
regulate vehicles and their
performance while on
the road. This increasing
complexity of automobiles
requires workers to use
electronic diagnostic
equipment, computerized
shop equipment and
electronic components
while also maintaining
their skills with traditional
hand tools.
According to the
Occupational Outlook
Handbook, jobs as
automotive service
professionals will be
plentiful for persons who
finish certified training
programs those offered
at Washington-Holmes
Technical Center and who
earn ASE certification.
WHTC's program also pays
for its students initial ASE
certifications.


Kason and Hunter Nelson celebrated
their birthdays with a fun filled birthday
party at Chuck E Cheese. Lots of family
and friends were there to share this
birthday celebration. Kason Jay Nelson
turned 5 on Oct. 24, and Hunter Jayce
Nelson turned 1 on Nov. 12.


Kevin and Deanna Nelson of
Chipley, are the proud parents of Kason
and Hunter. Their grandparents are
Cooper and Marilyn Nelson and Sam
and Debbie Slater all of Chipley, and
also Ronnie and Susie Hutchins of
Cottonwood Ala.


POPLAR SPRINGS FFA PLACES 3RD IN COMPETITION
SStudents
from Poplar
Al Springs
High
School FFA
participated
in a District
Land
Judging
Competition
in Marianna,
- on Nov. 10.
They placed
A3rd.


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Browning. Back: Jake Wangle


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peper Grease it cut it cook it
season it pineappless serve
it eat it
Torrie Wilson

egg and pepor sawt
grese and cook it mom was
cooking in the kichen i was
playing tn the room.
Hayden Hatcher

For thanksgiveing I
wood shot a turkey for
thanksgiveing and eat it it
will be fun and frit I wood
chop off the head and than I
wood take the fethers off and
than we will cuke it forr a
big diner for my daddy and
he will Loe it and she will
put sum sesning on it and
than my daddy tearrin cody,
papw, memaw susie and me
will eat it.
Charlie French

buy it Then cook it. and
Then put sum solt and GarLik
on it Than wolo you have a
turkey to eat.
Kelbee

Cathch a Turkey and the
killit and cook it in the stove
and till its done and put it in
the sink and let the ice melt
before you cook it.
Mason


I luve Turkey and sesing
on my turkey and I like it
deep frost and i cook it 14
minis and you can cook it on
the gril.


First bui it thole it .Then
cut it up wash the turkey.
Next take the fathers o the
turkey. last you put it in the
oven.
Daniel

You have to gut the turkey
in the oven. Then you have
to sesen the turkey. And you
have to gut it on a plate.
Then you have to chech the
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First you buy a turkey at
the stor. Next you clean it
and let it though. Then you
mayerinate it. Last you put it
in the oven. Then you set the
timpictur. Finely it is done.
Lydia

First, you ountholl the
turtey. next you put on
inigeadense on. your turkey
and then put it in the stove.
last you put limon on it to
make at taost good aon then
you need to let it cool down
and you can eatit.
Elizabeth

First you wosh it then you
put the turkey in a big pot
and then you put it in the
oven and cook it for 2 hoers
then tack it out and it's done.
Breanna

haw to make a turkey
is to pot walter in the pan
wene the turkey is dane you
are dane.
Mackennize

put it in to a pot for 500.
then you put it in a pan for
50
Jesse

My mom Rnews how to
make a Turkey She nooes a
fat chinen for the Turkey she
out the Turkey in the oven
she the oven she the time
to 178 than the turkey was


done.


Haleigh


My mom cooks a turkey.
She putsthe turkey in the
pan. Then she puts it in the
oven. shecooks it for 30
miinits. She lets it cool of.
then it is done. then we eat.


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you will put the turkey in ssose a turkey. But it for 7 Then I would chop it up. turkey out of the bag.
the pat and set the uven to ores uoy caneta it with smast Next I would pt it in the Second, I would put seakning
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take tge turkey iwt if the uven Jose Coenejo oven on. After 18 minits put the turkey in the oven
stuf the turkey. I would get it out. Then I and cook it for ten minutes.
Chance First I would catch the would season it with salt and Lastly, my family and I would
turkey. Then I would cook it. peper.. Then I would pick enjoy the delicious turkey I
The Time on the Turkey Next I would cut the turkey the feathers off. Then I would cooked for them.
1 our and 4 minutes and in hafe. Then I would put salt serve it. Keystina D. Peel


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a store than you car
it with vegstedles the
put it in the oven for
than you take it out (
season it and then y
have a big feast if y
this than cook it and
will be good
Anakay

firt you ckel the ti
then you kuce the tu
you lite the stove the
put 5 minits
Kateland El

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and than you put it i
and put it in the ove
5 minutes 33 soconc
after that is all don )
some pepper out an
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Anna L

put it in for six m


and pepper. Then I would
put it on the table and serve
it to the people. I would
always make sure that it is
not dry and I would make
sure it is good and salty. I
would put the sauce on the
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table to.


Sarah Tate


Amiya Go and skin it geit some
pepper and salt it and I
ot would stuff it with vegetables
and and garlic it and put some
key in live oil on it and I would
Syou put it in the oven for 13:
,n take minuted and get teddy to set
the table and get it out at
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and serve it Befor we eat we
itt cook say grace.
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have otl. fist you kill it. then y
Jordan pull tha feathers off of
turkey. then you put it
ey on oven to cook it. win yc
don't burn it out the turkey then y
ledice on the side.
Clinton Ethan Edm

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t up in then I will put sum tma
t out fifth sauce put a hafe of gc
t t it and then sum BBQ s
en cut it
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and a little bit of spice
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thanut stuffing in it and you
turn the stove on and let it
cook for one minit then wat
and whrn it is redey then
cook it for six wer in a haf
minits
Hailey Turner

find a Turkey and skin it
an put it in the uvin for 30
minits and it is dun.
Kyndell Rany Forehand

you need some turkey
meat and you need some
salt vetchble and put it in the
uven for 20 minits
Jacob Pridgen


Makayla biye a turkey or hunt a


to eat


Michael Forehand


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the stuffing in it.
pepper on it. Pu
oven. Turn the c
on it to get done
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on it. Put it on a
vegetables arou
then serve it.


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Put salt and


Mason Ard

You by it. You cook it.
You pot in garlic. You make
gumbo.
Landon

first yuo stuf the turkey up
writh garlic then yuo put the
turkey in the oven aftar yuo
put it in the oven and whrn
the turkey is done yuo serve
it to the table.
Tyson

I will make my husband
go an kill a turkey I will put
salt and pepper on it. Then
I will cook the chicken with
the turkey. Then it's a happy
Thanksgiving.
Abigail Lauren Bowman

Kate M. Smith
Elementary School
My mom by the turkey
at Warmart tha tallt $500.
Then we will take thathome
with us. Then we cook
truckey put that truckey in
the mitesvrereved then we
eat that.
Thomas Jones

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you can shor a trkey. firt you
cling the trkey sekedt you
cook the trkey thenyou eat it.
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Remembering to be thankful


So often we question living in what we refer to
why we are persecuted, why as the tribulation period. In
we suffer, why things don't the first part of the chapter
always go as we thought he affirms them that they
God wanted them to go. are still living in the day of
In 2 Thessalonians Paul Grace for the "Man of sin"
addresses such questions has not shown himself. He
to the church that had been also says that the "man of
established there. Though sin" will not be revealed
they were sold out to do the until the church is taken
work the Lord had called out.
them to do, they felt and With this he knows that
had even been told by false they will then ask as we ask,
teachers that they were "Then why are we being




Faith BRIEF

Chipley site to open to collect
gift-filled shoe boxes
CHIPLEY While many Chipley families
are busy with holiday activities, a group of
local volunteers is focused on filling empty
shoeboxes with school supplies, toys, hygiene
items and notes of encouragement for
needy kids overseas. Chipley families are
participation in the world's largest Christmas
project of its kind Operation Christmas Child
an effort that has hand-delivered 86 million
gifts to kids worldwide since 1993.
This year-round project of the Samaritan's
Purse is coming to its peak, s local businesses,
churches and schools prepare to collect gift-
filled shoe boxes during National Collection
Week, Nov. 14-21. Volunteers can drop off their
shoeboxes gifts at one bustling location in the
area to help kids in 100 countries know they are
loved and not forgotten.
Shiloh Baptist Church, on Shiloh Lane in
Chipley will be the Washington County and
West Pittman Baptist Church, at 1603 Bradley
Road in Westville will be the Holmes County
drop off point. Hours of operation are Monday
and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to noon, and on
Thursday from noon to 6 p.m.



GIVING THANKS
As we near the annual celebration of Thanksgiving,
many of us reflect on the many reasons that we have to
be thankful. And, given the abundance of things to be
thankful for, it is certainly wise and appropriate to do so.
But, shouldn't we be thankful during the rest of the year
as well, and shouldn't this attitude
extend beyond the typical things for $
which we are thankful, such as our
families, our work, and food on our
plate? Indeed, if we pause to reflect
on the ultimate source of our being
and life itself, we realize that grati-
tude should be a fundamental part
of our lives and a constant mode
of our being in the world. That is,
our very lives, and existence itself are things for which
we should be profoundly thankful. And though some may
consider the question of existence (and where it all came
from) to be a fundamental mystery, certainly no one is
responsible for bringing himself into existence. And thus,
we owe our existence to someone or something outside of
ourselves. Existence is indeed something to be reveren-
tially thankful for, and not surprisingly, the more gratitude
we have in our lives the better our lives seem to become.
Those cynics who look around and see war, famine, and
injustice are quick to point out that it is hard to be thankful
for the evil we see in the world; however, they neglect to
see that the people who are perpetrating crime and injus-
tice are themselves lacking in this fundamental attitude of
Thanksgiving. So, we can make our lives better by mak-
ing every day a day of Thanksgiving, and taking time each
day to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for.
In everything give thanks;for this is the will
of God in Christ Jesusfor you. New K.J.V. 1 Th 5:18

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persecuted, why do
we suffer as we do?"
Paul realized that
the Thessalonians
were going through
the deepest, darkest ..
valley or storm of A
their lives and he FRO
prays for them in
verse 16 and 17, but Ti
he does not pray
that God remove
the storm but that He gives
them strength to make
it through the storm. A
prayer very similar to the
one Jesus prayed for His
disciples in John 17:15, "I
do not pray that You should
take them out of the world,
but that You should keep
them from the evil one."
(NKJV)
We are like the disciples
so often, when storms
come we want them to be
calmed immediately, for
we don't realize that the
Lord has sent the storm to
help us grow in our walk
and our faith. For you see
the most direct route to
maturity is THROUGH the
storms, not around them.
One of the most powerful
scriptures in God's Word
is Isaiah 43:2 which says,
"When you pass through
the waters, I will be with
you; And through the
rivers, they shall not


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overflow you. When
you walk through
the fire, you shall
not be burned, nor
shall the flame
scorch you." Did
you notice the word
STHE THROUGH used
kRT three times? In
Hall other words God
does not guarantee
a life that is full
of sunshine or free from
storms. What He does
guarantee, however, is
that His watchful eye is
over us as we go through
those times. The calm in
the storm is God's loving
watchful eye. In your
storms do you focus on
the wind and the waves, or
do you make eye contact
with the One Who holds
you precious in His sight?
Actually your focus can
determine whether you
sink in your circumstances
or walk above them, like
Peter in Matthew 14:29-30.
When we learn to trust
our Lord through the
storms then we become
vessels that He can use
to help others in their
times of need. We can then
wonderfully testify to His
power to be with us and we
can know by experience
that we can truly trust
Him with all things. It's


then and there that we can
understand why He says
we should be thankful in all
things.
What do you have to
be thankful for today?
If you can't think of
anything, let me share
with you something that
an unknown author wrote
many years ago. It's
entitled "Be thankful for
what you have." It reads,
"Should you find something
on your dinner plate that
doesn't appeal to you, don't
complain. There are people
who don't have anything
on their plate. Should you
find yourself stuck in the
traffic, don't despair. There
are people in this world for
which driving is an unheard
of privilege. Should you
have a bad day at work,
think of the man who has
been out of work for years.
Should you despair over
a relationship gone badly,
think of the person who
has never known what
it's like to love and be
loved in return. Should
you grieve the passing of
another weekend, think of
the woman in dire straits,
working twelve hours a day,
seven days a week to feed
her children. Should your
car break down, leaving
you miles away from


assistance, think of the
paraplegic who would love
the opportunity to take that
walk. Should you notice a
new gray hair in the mirror,
think of the cancer patient
in chemo who wishes
she had hair to examine.
Should you find yourself
at a loss and pondering
what is life about? What is
my purpose? Be thankful.
There are those who didn't
live long enough to get the
opportunity. Should you
find yourself the victim of
other people's bitterness,
ignorance, smallness or
insecurities, remember,
things could be worse. You
could be them!"
(Please be advised that
my articles are purposely
meant to be challenging
and at times, controversial.
They should no way reflect
negatively on the paper in
which you read it)

Tim Hall is senior pastor
of Gully Springs Baptist
Church, 2824 U.S. Highway
90 in Bonifay, three miles
west of the light at State
Road 79. He can be reached
at timhall_2000@yahoo.
com, timothyjhall.org or
c/o Gully Springs Baptist
Church, PO. Box 745, 2824
Highway 90 West, Bonifay,
FL 32425.


VETS HONORED AT RED HILL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH


Ten Veterans were honored at
Red Hill United Methodist Church
(RHUMC), Sunday, Nov. 13,
including Summer Toscano,
currently serving with the U.S.
Navy in San Diego, California.
Roger Whitaker opened the
service with the patriotic song,
God Bless America, followed by
a brief slide show honoring the
Veterans. Sgt. Segers and the
Chipley JROTC were on hand to
present the colors. Bro. Danny
Wilkins, RHUMC Youth Pastor
lead those present in the Pledge
of Allegiance, the National
Anthem was sung by Roger
Whitaker. Pastor Matthew Rich
presented the Veterans with a
plaque in appreciation for their
service.


Visiting my family is a relative experience


By Rev. James Snyder

I was reminded recently that the
only thing growing in my family tree
are fruits and nuts. Personally, I am
not sure if I am a fruit or a nut. Just do
not ask my wife.
I had been away for so long I had
forgotten many things about my
family. My recent visit served as a
refresher course reminding me why
I had moved away in the first place.
Memory sometimes pays little tricks
causing us to remember the "good old
days" and forgetting that sprinkled in
among the good are ample portions of
what I call good-challenged moments
and characters.
I cannot speak about anybody
else's family; my family seems to
run the gamut between good and
bad. I certainly have some wonderful
relatives but then, I also have those
who are on the other side of that
description. Overall, they serve to
make my family what it is today.
I enjoyed visiting with some of my
relatives I had not seen for years. In
fact, I could not remember the last
time I had seen some of them. For the
most part, it was a wonderful time of
family reunion.
I had really forgotten about good
old aunt Bessie. She has always been
one of my favorite aunts. Nobody
knows how old she really is, and she
ain't telling. Conferring with some
of my older relatives none could
remember a time when good old
aunt Bessie was not around. Some
of us have guessed her age and we
figure she is probably our oldest living
relative.
One of the oddities about good
old aunt Bessie has to do with her
physical appearance. As far as


anybody could remember, she was
always consumed with her looks. Not
just her clothing but her face as well.
The one thing that was anathema to
her was a wrinkle. She has what we
all said behind her back, a wrinkle-
phobia. If I had the money she spent
on wrinkle creams I could retire and
live a life of luxury.
I do remember a time (and I had
forgotten it until now and I just hoped
she did) when I was not aunt Bessie's
favorite nephew. It was years ago and
I had not seen her for a while and
when I did see her, I said, half jokingly,
"Is that a new wrinkle, aunt Bessie?"
You would have thought I had shot
her only child. She shrieked and then
went to the bathroom to examine her
face. She was so irate with me that she
did not speak to me for over a year.
Of course, looking back, there was
no downside to that. I was tempted
to remind her of that incident, but I
remembered the old hymn, "Yield not
to temptation, for yielding is sin."
Then there was Uncle Harold.
I had not seen him for I cannot
remember how long. When I saw him,
I noticed he had not changed. I think
he was wearing the same suspenders
he wore the last time I saw him. His
suspenders were a fashion statement,
according to him, but nobody knew
exactly what they were saying.
The great thing about Uncle
Howard was his stories. He had a
repertoire of stories that he repeated
ad nauseam. Behind his back we
often said, "Uncle Howard will tell no
stories he hasn't told a thousand times
before." Probably the most amusing
thing about his stories was the fact
that he often confused the punch-line
of one-story with the punch-line of
another story. None of his punch-lines


ever went with the story. That made
them even funnier. We laughed, he
thought we were laughing at his story,
we were really laughing at him.
Just before I was ready to leave,
who should come in but dear old Aunt
Sylvia. As soon as I saw her, I smiled.
Not only was I glad to see her, but I
remembered her. If anybody was the
cat's meow, it was Aunt Sylvia.
She loved to go out to eat,
particularly with a group. I thought
of the last time we all went out to eat
together and Aunt Sylvia was with us.
One of her peculiarities was along the
line of tipping the waitress. She was
the self-appointed guru of making
sure the waitress got a good tip. When
everybody finished eating and the
bill had come, Aunt Sylvia would take
charge.
She would collect money from each
person for the tip. If you did not give
enough, she made you dig into your
pocket again until you came up with
an amount she was happy with to
give to the waitress. With appropriate
pomp and circumstance, she would
call the waitress over to our table and
present her with the tip of the evening.
As I was flying home, a thought
tugged at my mind; if the world is
made up of such people like my
relatives, what chance does the world
really have?
The world, as God has designed it,
is made up of all kinds of people that
He loves with an everlasting love. "For
God so loved the world, that he gave
his only begotten Son, that whosoever
believeth in him should not perish, but
have everlasting life" (John 3:16 KJV).
Thinking of my family on the plane
coming home I thought, why am I the
only sane person in my family? Then
another thought emerged. Or, am I?


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Obituaries


Mrs. Doris Bush
Scott, 92, passed away
Nov. 10, at Healthmark
Regional Medical
Center in DeFuniak
Springs. A native of
Holmes County, she
was born Jan. 21, 1919,
to John Allen "T-Bone"
and Rosalie Windham
Bush. Mrs. Scott was
a 1942 graduate of the
Florida College for
Women (now Florida
State University).
Retirement after
teaching school for
approximately 40 years
was fulfilling for her. She
continued to substitute
teach, volunteered at
West Florida Family
& Pregnancy Center


and was a very active
member of Bridge
Creek Baptist Church
in Ponce de Leon. She
was a member of the
Holmes County Retired
Educators Association,
the Red Hat Society,
Holmes County
Historical Society and
active in local politics on
her son's behalf.
In addition to her
parents, Mrs. Scott was
preceded in death by
her husband, Pitt M.
Scott Jr.; three brothers,
Willard 'Pat' Bush,
Cortez Bush, and Ward
Bush; one grandson,
Perry Scott Jr., and two
great-grandchildren.
She was survived by


five sons, Perry Scott
and wife Dot of Stone
Mountain, Ga., Clark
Scott and wife Kay of
Tallahassee, Bob Scott
and wife Jeanette of
Lee, Mike Scott and
wife Teri of Newborn,
Ga., Gary Scott and
wife Wilma of Ponce de
Leon; 12 grandchildren,
Debbie, Donna, Darla,
Tiffany, Chris, Sonya,
Debbie, Eli, Sarah, Ben,
Kevin and Kelly and 20
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services
were held Monday,
Nov. 14, at 10 a.m., at
Bridge Creek Baptist
Church with the Rev.
Gary Scott, the Rev.
Bob Scott and the Rev.


Mike Scott officiating.
Interment followed at
2 p.m. in the Brown-
Bush-Tindel Cemetery
in rural northeastern
Holmes County near
her birthplace, with
Peel Funeral Home
directing. In lieu of
flowers contributions
to the following will
be appreciated: Sandy
Creek Cemetery Fund,
1554 Government
Street, Ponce de Leon,
FL 32455; Brown-Bush-
Tindel Cemetery Fund
1088 Highway 173,
Graceville, FL 32440;
West Florida Family &
Pregnancy Center 402
North Avenue, Bonifay,
FL 32425.


Michael Jesse Maulden,
59, passed from this life Nov.
11. Maulden was born May
7, 1952, in Corpus Christi,
Texas, to Jesse Maulden and
Dessie Leona (Boutwell)
Maulden. He's lived in
Washington County most of
his life, he was a Baptist by
faith, and he worked as an
electrical supervisor with
Allied Signal in Lynn Haven.
Mr. Maulden was also a
veteran of the U.S. Army.
Mr. Maulden is survived
by his wife, Pat Maulden, of
Chipley; one son, Michael
E. Marksvury, of Hudson;
one daughter, Sandra R.
Prickett, of Zephyrhills; four
sisters, JoAnn Williams of
Pensacola, Shirley Hill of
Pensacola, Jeanette Reedes


of Marianna, and Carolyn
Ransdell of Pensacola, and
five grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 2
p.m., with the Rev. Donnie
Jackson officiating at Brown
Funeral Home Chapel
on Main Street. Family
received friends one hour
prior to services. Interment
followed at the Wausau
City Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing. The family would
especially like to thank the
Select Specialty Hospital
for the service that was
rendered them while Mr.
Maudlen in their care.
Friends and family may sign
the online register at www.
brownfh.net.


Samuel "Sam"
Daniel Martin,
82, of DeFuniak
Springs, began
his journey home
surrounded by his
loved ones on Nov.
11. Sam passed
from this life to SA
the next life from a MA
long, lengthy illness. Sam
was born July 27, 1929, in
Castleberry, Ala., to Evie
and John Martin. He was
one of seven children.
His family owned and
operated a dairy farm.
Sam graduated from
Conecuh High School. As
a young man, Sam worked
for Service Transport as
a truck driver. He stayed
at a boarding house
owned by Hank Williams'
mother. On the weekends,
he had the honor of
driving Hank Williams
around the Montgomery,
Ala., area. Sam served
as a corporal on a U.S.
Army water purification
team in Korea during
the Korean War. After
the war, Sam accepted
a job with Western
Geophysical, where he
traveled to South Africa,
West Africa, Trinidad and
the Middle East for fifteen
years. During this time,
he married Maggie Bell
and they were blessed
with three children. In
1969, Sam began his own
business, Sam Martin Well
Drilling. He was able to
drill wells till the age of 72,
and at that time he handed
down the business to his
son, John. The business
is now known as Martin
Well Drilling. Sam enjoyed
watching football games,
fishing with Jerry Darby,
gardening, attending
church at Indian Creek
Baptist Church where
he was a member, and
spending time with his
granddaughters.
He is preceded in
death by his parents and


four sisters, Ruth
Martin, Rhoda
Franzoni, Dean
Reynolds and Ann
Masters.
Survivors
., include his wife,
S Maggie, of 57
S years; one son,
LRTIN John Martin of
DeFEniak Springs; two
daughters, Yolinda Foy and
husband, Jody of DeFuniak
Springs, and Charlotte
Montgomery and husband,
George of Ponce De Leon;
four granddaughters,
Rachel Fisher and
husband, William,
Kathleen and Kathryn Foy
and Lauryn Montgomery;
two brothers, John Martin
and wife Leola of Brewton,
Ala., and Jim Martin and
wife, Dot, of Bay Minette,
Ala.
The family would like
to thank Dr. Howell and
his staff, Chautauqua
Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center staff and
Regency Hospice. A time
of visitation was held from
2-3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 13,
at Clary-Glenn Funeral
Home Chapel in DeFEniak
Springs. Funeral services
were held a 3 p.m., Sunday,
Nov. 13, at Clary-Glenn
Funeral Home Chapel with
the Rev. Scott Keppel and
the Rev. Lonnie Wright
officiating. Burial followed
in the Alaqua Methodist
Church Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Luke
Cotton, Jared Bell, Kenny
Owens, Ike Holden, Chris
Holden, Randall Holden,
Will Boland and Mark Bell.
Honorary pallbearers were
Gordon Lawyer, Dennis
Beck, David Johnson,
Robert Hill, Loyce Kelly
and Leonard Lindsey.
You may go online to
view obituaries, offer
condolences and sign the
guest book at www.clary-
glenn.com. Clary-Glenn
Funeral Home is entrusted
with the arrangements.


Charles Wesley (Wes)
Davis, 70, of Cottondale,
passed away Monday,
Nov. 14, at his home.
Davis was born Jan.
13,1941, in Cottondale to
the late James Edward
and Yukibelle (Newton)
Davis. He had been a
resident of Cottondale
for the past 21 years,
moving there from
Chipley. He had retired
as an E5 sergeant with
the 144th Transportation
Unit of the Florida
National Guard and had
served during Operation
Desert Storm and had
also retired from the
Florida Department
of Transportation. He
was a member of the
Lovewood Free Will
Baptist Church.
Survivors include
two sons, Tim Allen
Davis of Cottondale
and Michael Craig
Davis of Chipley; one
daughter, Wendy Corbin
and husband David of
Cottondale; five brothers,


Mr. Victor Moroni
Drysdale Jr, 67, of
Headland, Ala., passed
away Nov 13, at Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab
Center in Bonifay.
He was born Oct. 23,
1944, in Christopher,
Ill., to the late Victor
Moroni Drysdale and
Audrey Maxine Wilmore
Drysdale.
In addition to his
parents, Drysdale is
preceded in death by his
wife, Luann Drysdale.
Drysdale is survived
by six children, Daren
Drysdale and wife
Lori of Headland, Ala.,
Robert Drysdale and
wife Rhonda of Golden,
Colo., Shelia Stegg of
Dothan, Ala., Richard
Drysdale and wife Shawn


James Earl Davis of
Campbellton, Donnell
Davis of Alford, Gary
Davis of Bentonville,
Ark., Charles Miles of
Steel City and Don Miles
of Kansas City, Kan.; four
sisters, JoAnn Jernigan
Pennington of Panama
City, Agnes of Dothan,
Ala., Martha Mott
Howard of Marianna and
Bonnie Griggs of Malone,
and six grandchildren.
The family received
friends Wednesday, Nov.
16, from 5-8 p.m., at
Brown Funeral Home,
Brickyard Road Chapel.
Funeral services were
held Thursday, Nov. 17, at
2 p.m., at Brown Funeral
Home, Brickyard Road
Chapel with the Rev.
Henry Matthews and the
Rev. Kenneth Adkison
officiating. Interment
followed in Pilgrim's
Rest Cemetery with
military honors. Friends
and family may sign the
online register at.


of Cottonwood, Ala.,
Steven Drysdale and
wife Marissa of Newville,
Ala., Vicky Neiwerth
and husband Matthew
of Grand Ridge; three
brothers, Greg Drysdale
and wife Linda of Mesa,
Ariz., Alan Drysdale
and wife Lucia of Show
Low, Ariz., Donald
Drysdale and wife Carol
of Milton, and numerous
grandchildren.
Funeral services
were held at 6 p.m.,
Wednesday, Nov. 16,
at Peel Funeral Home
Chapel with Bishop
Josh Bowen speaking.
Interment followed in the
Mesa City Cemetery in
Mesa, Ariz. Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay was in
charge of arrangements.


Mr. Dwight Brewer
Bradshaw, 64, of Bonifay,
passed away Nov. 12
at his home. He was
born Nov. 12, 1947, in
Roseboro, N.C., to the
late Monroe Purvis and
Jewel Lee Matthew
Bradshaw.
Mr. Bradshaw
is survived by two
brothers, Jimmy
Bradshaw and wife
Judy of Bonifay and


Regina Caruther, 38,
of Chipley, passed away
Nov. 12 at Northwest
Florida Community
Hospital in Chipley.
Mrs. Regina was born
Jan. 4,1973, to Jerry
Caruthers and Faye
(Caruthers) Corbin.
She was a lifelong
resident of Chipley and
a truck driver for Benny
Whitehead Trucking.
Mrs. Regina was of
the Baptist faith and a
member of Noma Baptist
Church.
She is preceded in
death by her father, Jerry
Caruthers, and a brother,


Mary Carolyn Harrell
Mullens, 55, of Bonifay,
passed away Friday,
Nov. 11, at Southeast
Medical Center. Mrs.
Mullens was born June
27, 1956, in Chipley
She was a registered
nurse at the Northwest
Florida Community
Hospital. Mrs. Mary was
a resident of Bonifay for
15 years coming from
Chipley.
She is predeceased
by her parents, Andrew
Harrell and Mary Etta
(Ritter) Harrell.
Survivors include
husband, James


Roy Bradshaw of
Stedman, N.C.; two
sisters, Edith Ward
and husband Johnny
of Spring Lake, N.C.,
and Rhonda Hair and
husband Kenny of
Linden, N.C.; several
nieces and nephews.
Memorialization
was by cremation with
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay in charge of
arrangements.


Jerry Russell Caruthers.
Survivors include
mother, Faye Corbin, of
Chipley, grandmother,
Louise Corbin, of
Chipley, and half brother,
Jeremy Caruthers of
Plant City.
Funeral services were
held at 2 p.m., Monday,
Nov. 14, at Brown
Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. Eddie
Biss officiating. Family
received friends from 1-2
p.m. Interment followed
at Glenwood Cemetery.
Friends and family may
sign the online register
at www.brownfh.net.


Mullens, of Bonifay; son,
Andrew James Mullens,
of Bonifay, and sister
Lilly Street of Caryville.
The family received
friends Sunday evening
from 4-6 p.m., at Brown
Funeral Home Chapel.
Funeral services were
held at 11 a.m., Monday,
Nov. 14, at Brown
Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. Carson
Fender officiating.
Interment followed
at Hard Labor Creek
Cemetery. Friends and
family may sign the
online register at.


Mrs. Esther Sneed
Albury, 67, of Bonifay,
passed away Nov. 15,
at her home. She was
born June 17, 1944, in
Greenport, N.Y to the
late Everett Emmitt and
Esther Adelaide Jones
Sneed.
Mrs. Albury is
survived by her husband,


Milton E. Lundeen

Milton Eugene
Lundeen, 72, of Chipley,
died Nov 13.
Funeral services
were held Nov. 17 at Peel
Funeral Home Chapel with
the Rev. Shelly Chandler
officiating. Interment
followed in the Bonifay
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home directing.


Viola Lewis

Viola Lewis, 76, of
Bonifay, died Nov. 14.
Graveside services
were held Nov. 18 at
Union Hill Baptist Church
Cemetery with Peel
FEneral Home directing.


Esther S. Albury

Wayne Kirkland Albury
of Bonifay; two sons,
Wayne K. Albury Jr.
and wife Joan of Peru,
Neb., and Jace E. Albury
and wife Melanie of
Bonifay; one sister,
Anita S. Merkel of
Virginia Beach, Va.; five
grandchildren, Whitley,
Morgan, Katherine,


Chad and Eli.
A memorial service
was held at 2 p.m.,
Friday, Nov. 18, at Peel
Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev. Buford
Williams officiating.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Peel
Funeral Home in charge
of arrangements.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR HOLMES
COUNTY FLORIDA,
CASE NO. 11-234 CA,
ROGER H. BROOKS
AND ROSIE LEE
BROOKS KING, Plain-
tiffs, vs. RONALD W.
STEWART, and others.
Defendants.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF
SALE UNDER FS.
CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that,
in accordance with the
Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure
dated October 11,
2011, in the
above-styled cause, I
will sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash, at the East door
of the Holmes County
Courthouse at 11:00
a.m. on Thursday, De-
cember 8, 2011, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty: Beginning at a
point 546 feet East of
SW Corner of the SW
1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section
36, Township 5 North,
Range 15 West and run
thence North 171 feet;
thence East 183 feet;
thence South 171 feet;
thence West 183 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Same being a part of
NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of
Section 36, Township 5
North, Range 15 West.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated this 15th day of
November, 2011.
CODY TAYLOR, Clerk
of Court by: /s/ Diane
Eaton, Deputy Clerk.
As published in the
Holmes County Times
November 23, 30,
2011.

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HOLMES COUNTY
FLORIDA. Case No.:
11-420DR, Division:,
Rebecca A. Knight, Pe-
titioner, and Yury
Kuverov, Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR PUBLICATION
TO: Yury Kuverov. YOU
ARE NOTIFIED that an
action for Dissolution of
Marriage, including
claims for dissolution of
marriage, payment of
debts, division of real
and personal property,
and for payments of
support, has been filed
against you. You are
required to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to this
action on Lucas N. Tay-
lor, Petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is
122B South Waukesha
Street, PO. Box 1267,
Bonifay, Florida 32425,
on or before December
7, 2011, and file the
original with the clerk of
this court at Holmes
County Courthouse,
201 North Oklahoma
Street, Bonifay, Florida
32425, either before
service on Petitioner's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the re-
lief demanded in the
petition. WARNING:
Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires
certain automatic dis-
closure of documents
and information. Failure
to comply can result in
sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of
pleadings. DATED this
21 day of October,
2011. CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT By:
Diane Eaton, Deputy
Clerk. As published in
the Holmes County
Times Advertiser No-
vember 2, 9, 16, 23,
2011.

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
HOLMES COUNTY
FLORIDA. Case No.:
11-409DR, Division:,
MICHAELE LEA FRAN-
COIS, Petitioner and
OLIVIER JEAN-LOUIS
FRANCOIS, Respond-
ent.
NOTICE OF ACTION


1100oo
FOR DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE TO: Olivier
Jean-Louis Francois,
2375 Defoors Ferry
Road, Atlanta, Ga.
30318. YOU ARE NOTI-
FIED that an action has
been filed against you
and that you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Michaele Lea Francois,
whose address is 116
N.Varner street, Boni-
fay, Fl. 32425, before
service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter.
If you fail to do so, a
default may be entered
against you for the re-



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1100
lief demanded in the
petition. Copies of all
court documents in this
case, including orders,
are available at the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office. You may
review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of
your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Flor-
ida Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at



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the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and infor-
mation. Failure to com-
ply can result in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings. Dated: No-
vember 1, 2011.
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT By:
Cindy Jackson, Deputy
Clerk. As published in
the Holmes County
Times Advertiser No-
vember 9, 16, 23, 30.
2011.



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NOTICE OF TAX DEED
APPLICATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN, That DENZEL
J. DOCKERY the
holder of the following
certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax
deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the description
of the property, and the
name in which it was
assessed are as fol-
lows: Certificate No.155
Year of Issuance May
31, 2007. Description
of Property: Parcel No.
0802.00-000-000-013.000


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CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT...............................$875
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH...........................$2,500
TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE.........................$1000
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W MSR6 ............................$36,380
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT........................$2,385
RETAIL BONUS CASH......................... $3,000
FMCC BONUS CASH ...................................$1,000
TRAD- IN ASSISTANCE.............................. $1,000
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SEC: 02 TWN: 06
RNG: 15 A lot or parcel
of land in Holmes
County, Florida more
particularly described
as: Commence at the
NE corner of Section 2,
Township 6 North,
Range 15 West for a
point of beginning;
thence run South along
section line 580 feet,
more or less, to State
Road #2, thence run
Westerly along State
Road #2 200 feet,
more or less, to a cul-
vert; thence run North
580 feet to section line;
thence run West 100
feet; thence run North



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1100 feet; thence run
East 300 feet to section
line; thence run South
1100 feet to the point of
beginning. Lying in
Section 2, Township 6
North, Range 15 West
and Section 35, Town-
ship 7 North, Range 15
West containing 10.24
acres, more or less.
Less all land lying in
Section 35, Township 7
North, Range 15 West
Name in which as-
sessed: RALPH GAM-
MONS. Said property
being in the County of
Holmes, State of Flor-
ida. Unless such certifi-
cate shall be redeemed



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according to law the
property described in
such certificate shall be
sold to the highest bid-
der at the courthouse
door on the 29TH day
of DECEMBER, 2011,
at 11:00 A.M. DATED
this 17TH day of NO-
VEMBER, 2011. Signa-
ture: Cody Taylor,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court Holmes County,
Florida. As published in
the Holmes County
Times Advertiser No-
vember 23, 30, Decem-
ber 7, 14,2011.





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M S R P.... .............. ..........................$ 32,610
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT........................ $1,615
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH..........................$2,500
FMCC BONUS CASH ..................................$1,000
TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE..............................$1,000
#11344







5.0 V8, LEATHER,
4X4, LUXURY PKG.,
20" WHEELS

MSR ............. ................$43,120
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT........................$3,125
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH............................$3,000
FMCC BONUS CASH..................................... $1,000
TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE.............................. $1,000
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11-3003
PUBLIC SALE
Tharp&Sonsin Chipley,
FL will hold a
sale on these units for
non-payment of rent in
accordance with the
FI. Statue Act
83-801-83-809. Tenants
will have until Decem-
ber 10, 2011 to pay in
full. No checks are ac-
cepted. 1. Laura Jones
Chipley, FI 2. Johnnie
Dudly Grand Ridge, FL
3. Unknown. As pub-
lished in the Washing-
ton County News No-
vember 23, 30

PUBLIC AUCTION
The following vehicle
will be sold at public
auction at Eastern Die-
sel & Auto Wrecker
Service, Inc. 2005 S.
Waukesha, Bonifay, Fl.
at 8:00 a.m. on Dec. 7,
2011 for towing and
storage: Vin #
1GCCS14R6P0194615
1993 Chevrolet S-10,
Hank & Sara Golden,
415 S. 12th St.,
Defuniak Springs, Fl.
32425. As published in
the Holmes County
Times November 23,
2011.



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CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT................................$940
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH...........................$2,500
FMCC CUSTOMER CASH............................$1,000
TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE..............................$1,000
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M S R P............................................................$37 ,090
CHIPOLA FORD DISCOUNT..........................$2,595
RETAIL CUSTOMER CASH..........................$3,000
FMCC BONUS CASH....................................$1,000
TRADE-IN ASSISTANCE..............................$1,000
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11 CHEVROLET f07 FORD SPORT 10 HONDA CRV

HHR TRACK LMT. EX-L

#P3326, pwdl, tilt, cruise, #R3296 4x4, leather, #1124A- leather,
27k mi., super savings! nice,50k mi. moonroof, 23k mi.
....................was $16,995 $1990, 5 ......................was $21,995 $189 .....................was $26,995 $24,995

06 TOYOTA COROLLA CE #R3301 09 DODGE JOURNEY RT #11327A 08 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW #11343A
73mile(...... wa 11,995 $9 5 leather, moonroof, $19, 5 Lariat, leather, moonroof, chrome $28O,49
73k miles................was$11,995 $9 9995 chrome whis., 32k mi..was $21,995 V 95 wheels, 40k miles.....was $30,995 YA6*899

06 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT #11360A 10 DODGE CHALLENGER #10319B 10 LINCOLN MKX #12157A
pwr. pkg., cruise, tilt, 44 9 2 dr., sporty, nice, leather, loaded,
82k miles................was $13,995 $11 999 37k miles................was$21,995 $19,995 32k milesather, loaded ...............was $31995995

10 NISSAN VERSA #P3334 11 KIA SORENTO SUV #P3315 08 FORD F-350 4X4 KING RANCH #11289A
pwr. pkg., cruise, 1 pwr. pkg., cruise, 1 9 leather, 20"wheels, 1 owner, $ 1 9
tilt, 38k miles...........was $14,995 $13995 alloys, 26k miles .......was $23,995 $2199 8k miles............. was $34,995 $31,995

09 CHEVROLET IMPALA LT #12159A 10 FORD ESCAPE XLT #R3321 11 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW #11343B
pwr. pkg., cruise, $1 Q liQ pwr. pkg., cruise, 601 QQl Lariat, leather, Ecoboost engine, $32 QQ&
tilt, 58kmiles...........was $14,995 tilt, 33kmiles...........was$24,995 $21995 20kmiles................was $34,995 32995

10 FORD FOCUS SE #R3312 10 FORD TAURUS SEL #P3324 10 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW #11343A
pwr. pkg., alloy $1 A pwdl, tilt, cruise, Lariat 4x4, leather, 20" wheels,
wheels, 26k miles......was $16,995 14995 Sync,45kmiles.........was $23,995 $21,995 ice,30kmiles ......... was$34,995 $32995

10 MAZDA 3 #P3317 10 FORD EXPEDITION XLT #P3336 10 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW #P3314
pwdl, CD player, $ 14 7 55 3rd row seating, pwr. pkg., $ 24 9 King Ranch, moon, nav., 20" wheels, Q$ 9Q95
43k miles................was$17,995 alloys,40kmiles........was $27,995 4x4,hardcover,11k....was$40,995


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3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
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3280 Machinery/
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3290 Medical Equipment
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3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



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850-415-6866. Ask for
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For Sale Glass Top
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dryer furnished, also
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$200/depo. Call (850)
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638-7601



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(850)547-3462.

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Chipley. No Pets. $
425/ mth plus deposit
638-0560 or 774-3034

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deposit $200. Both in
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d e c o r a t e d
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850-658-2267

2BR Furnished Mobile
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$200/dep.850-638-1462

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w/large addition on 2
acres, fenced. 2 stor-
age buildings. Smoke
free environment, no
pets. $550/month plus
deposit. Water & Sew-
age included.
850-258-2086.

2BR/2BA, 3BR/2BA
MH for rent. on Pio-
neer Rd. Call
8 5 0 6 3 8 7 3 1 5 ,
850-252-3035 or
638-9933.

For Rent 3 BR/ 2 BA
Doublewide in
Bonifay Sorry No Pets
Please call
850-373-8938

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527-0805

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No pets.
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Bethlehem area near
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clean, private location.
HUD OK.
850-547-1519

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3 BDRM/1.5 Bath
$400/month + security.
Call (850)258-3815.

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avail. Total elec.
(850)-258-4868 or
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on Hwy 280. 547-4606


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7100
3 Yr Old Custom Built
Home. 3/2 on 1 acre.
Pioneer Rd between
Wausau & Vernon. Ad-
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tional $ 1 55,000.
258-4684 or 638-5326

For Sale by Owner.
3/Bdrm 2/bath 2040
sq. ft. home on 2
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master BR suite
w/tub shower and
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w/fireplace, dining
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7150
5 acres Track has
wells, power, & septic
tank. Off hwy 79 South
of 1-10. For info call
Mike Stansberry at
423-253-4226

Home For Sale at
$230,000 Now RE-
DUCED to $170,00. 3
BD/ 3BA 2040 sq feet.
2 porches 10x50 ft ea
on 5 arces. 535-0711 or
258-6018

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res on Gainer Rd. 10
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Prim Property 20 Track
5 acers or more. Owner
financing For more info
call Milton Peel @
850-638-1858.



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