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By CECILIA SPEARS 547-9414 | @WCN_HCT cspears@chipleypaper.com BONIFAY Holmes County Board of County Commissioners and residents wished Commissioners Jim King and Phillip Music a fond farewell with a reception after the last regularly scheduled meeting theyd ever attend in an of cial capacity on Nov. 13. Im saying this partly as your attorney and partly as a citizen of Holmes County, said County Attorney Jeff Goodman. Ive worked for many counties and I can honestly say Ive never worked for such a county as this. You all set the tempo for the meetings, having had your differences still being able to come together with resolve and leaving each meeting with the same camaraderie. Goodman said this is an example that could be taught to the next generation. I only hope that the next board comes together as peaceably as this one has, said Goodman. On behalf of me and my family I appreciate all youve done. Commissioner Monty Merchant also said it had been good. Its been a pleasure, said Merchant. Theres a lot of years and experience thats going to be missed. Commissioner Kenneth Williams also said that he enjoyed working with King and Music. The board approved of the request Poplar Spring High School made through Merchant to pour cement for a tennis court over the Christmas holiday. BOCC says farewell to King, Music See BOCC A2 50 www.bonifaynow.com Wednesday, NOVEMBER 21 2012 Volume 122, Number 32 For the latest breaking news, visit BONIFAYNOW.COM Phone: 850-547-9414 Web site: bonifaynow.com Fax: 850-547-9418 INDEX Opinion ................................ A4 Arrests ................................. A6 Outdoors .............................. A8 Sports .................................. A9 Extra .................................... B1 Faith .................................... B4 Obituaries ............................ B5 Classi eds ............................ B6 IN BRIEF The Importance Of Being Earnest BONIFAY The Holmes County High School Theatre Department will present The Importance of Being Earnest at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, Saturday, Dec. 8, and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9, and Monday, Dec. 10, at the HCHS Auditorium. This play was written by Oscar Wilde. It revolves around an ingenious case of manufactured mistaken identity. The cast and crew are: Assistant Director Saylor Lake, Stage Manager Cassie Bell, John (Jack/Ernest) Worthing, J.P., Carlton Hedman, Algernon Moncrieff, Kole Forehand, Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D., Sam Wells, Lane, Thomas Parish, Merriman, Adam Faulkner, Gwendolen Fairfax, Haleigh Music, Cecily Cardew, Hope Bailey, Lady Bracknell, Julie Wells, and Miss Prism, Lydia Sheesley. The Importance of Being Earnest is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc. SkillsUSA/SGA fundraiser CHIPLEY The Washington-Holmes Technical Center SkillsUSA/SGA is selling smoked Boston butts and turkey breast as a fundraiser to help By CECILIA SPEARS 547-9414 | @WCN_HCT cspears@chipleypaper.com BONIFAY Many people dont know that local businesses offer Black Fridays and that its the local businesses that support the local organizations, said Robin Pemberton, owner of Badcock & More in Bonifay. They want us to support the community, but its our tax dollars that keeps our communities thriving. Pemberton said she enjoys Black Fridays. Black Friday is fun, she said. People come in and theyve been up all night and theyve got all kinds of stories. Some of them are pretty wild. Pemberton said that Badcock use to open at 5 a.m. with the rest of the stores involved in Friday and then chose to move it back to 9 a.m. This gives those who are searching other stores the chance to go there rst and then come here afterward, she said. We still get heavy traf c on that day. We may be crazy busy and run out of parking spots. She said this was the one day out of the year when the entire store is on sale, except for Tempur-Pedic and iComfort. Weve got things no one would think we do, like electronics and toys for the kids, she said. Weve got televisions, appliances, childrens toys, childrens recliners, battery operated ride-on toys, remote controlled fire trucks and monster trucks, laptops, Wiis, Xboxe360s, Black Friday deals coming to local stores By CECILIA SPEARS 547-9414 | @WCN_HCT cspears@chipleypaper.com BONIFAY Ken Barton and his family were named Farm Family of the Year at this years Holmes County Farm City 2012 Banquet held at the Holmes County Agricultural Center on Tuesday, Nov. 13. We are very proud to recognize the Barton Family as the Farm Family of the Year tonight, said Shep Eubanks, Holmes County IFAS Extension Director. I want to take just a few minutes to tell you a little bit about the family. Eubanks said that Ken Barton had lived his entire life in Holmes County except for a few years in his early childhood. Ken then returned to the community when he was in the fth grade, when his dad bought a small far to raise hogs and cows and grew some corn for feed, he said. And thats where he rst began to develop his love for agriculture. Barton knew he wanted to be farmer someday, said Eubanks, going through high school he worked at the farm and attended Bethlehem school. After graduation Barton went to attend a community college in Tampa where he studied electronics and after graduating he moved back home. It was when he moved back home that he met his wife Rhonda and they got married and he began farming with her father in 1979 on a share crop basis, said Eubanks. Not long after that Special to the News BONIFAY Andrew. Charley. Frances. Jeanne. Opal. For many Floridians, these arent just names, these are memories. Each year, the Atlantic basin receives an average of 9-10 tropical storms with at least 2-3 becoming major hurricanes. And, many times they leave in their wake millions of dollars in damage, broken lives, and sometimes, even death. While various preparations can be made, there is no form of prevention. Our only defense has always been response. After the storm has passed, and its havoc has been wreaked, emergency workers are the rst on-scene to help pick up the pieces and restore citizens to their normal routines. While much of what emergency responders accomplish during this phase is similar to their usual work, hurricanes and tropical storms bring with them a slew of challenges that can be dif cult to predict and handle. But, as the saying goes, sometimes the best defense is a good offense. Holmes County Emergency Management is taking just such a proactive stance. On Thursday, Nov. 15, the department hosted a hurricane tabletop exercise, at the Holmes County Emergency Operations Center, to give their staff and Farmer fanfare BY CECILIA SPEARS | Times-Advertiser Ken Barton and his family were named Farm Family of the Year at this years Holmes County Farm City 2012 Banquet, presented by Shep Eubanks, Holmes County IFAS Extension Director. Bartons named Farm Family of the Year Emergency Management holds hurricane exercise See HURRICANE A2 See BLACK FRIDAY A2 See FARMER A3 See how Washington County and Holmes County second graders would cook a turkey B1 See IN BRIEF A2 www.chipleypaper.com www.bonifaynow.com @WCN_HCT Be a FRIEND and FOLLOW us on and MOBILE too!

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Local A2 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Beltones BLACK FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE Will be on Monday/Tuesday Nov. 26th and 27th. TWO DAYS ONLY! THE FIRST 5 HEARING AID PURCHASES: Get either a $200.00 GAS CARD OR ANY ONE OF OUR WIRELESS ACCESSORIES FREE! ( Includes Remote; TV Link; Phone Link or MyPal Up to $395 value ) FREE Hearing test FREE Digital Demonstration of the Newest Technology FREE Video Otoscopy See for yourself, Is it just earwax? FREE Lifetime Instrument Care DOOR PRIZES & REFRESHMENTS Most insurances accepted. Benets of hearing instruments vary by type and degree of loss, noise environment, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper t. *Applies to select hearing aids. *Percentage discount depends on level of technology. Gas card to be given after 30 days from delivery of new hearing aids. Cannot combine coupons. No previous offers apply. 2012 Beltone Electronics. UP TO 40% OFF Hearing aids* $895 Opera Origin 2 100% Digital In-the-canal SAME AS CASH FINANCING or month-month. wac. See store for details. FREE Digital Demo Come in and test drive a new pair of the newest Digital technology FREE Video Ear Inspection See what your ear canal looks like. Closed Thurs. 11-22-12 & Fri. 11-23-12 This holiday season, take a stand. Our Beltone hearing screenings are quick and easy. You may not even have a hearing loss, but if you do, our new hearing aids are tinier than ever (even by elf standards). And, the sound quality is truly incredible. Savor the sounds of the season with a little help from Beltone. Why wait any longer? 2 DAYS ONLY NOV. 26 & 27, 2012 CALL FOR AN APPT. Allen Barnes HAS: BC-HIS 23 Years Experience CHIPLEY 1611 Main Street, Ste. 4 (850)387-4931 MARIANNA 3025 6th Street (850)387-4931 Wednesdays They told me they were told by the Holmes County School District that they were on their own as far as paid labor is concerned, said Williams. As far as material, theyve got it. They just need the labor. Chair Ron Monk said that he didnt agree with helping. It just seems like a snowball affect, said Monk. The more we do, the more they ask and the bigger the tasks become. Where do we say whoa? Williams said theyve done more for others. We should do it, said King. Theyre all taxpayers after all. The board approved of upgrading their 200-gallon gas tanks to 500gallon gas tanks. The board also approved of what should be done about replacing the logos on the company vehicles with the new logo. We shouldnt replace the old ones unless they need replacing, then well replace then with the new logo, Merchant said. They same will be done for all new vehicles. Thats how well get the new logo on all vehicles on an as needed basis. County Engineer Cliff Knauer gave an update that he was still searching out avenues to pay for the project of xing Yancy Lanes erosion problems. The commissioners had agreed with Merchants request to allow County Engineer Cliff Knauer to look into means of xing the erosion problem on Yancy Lane during their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Residents and business owners Johnny and Sandra Johnson had came before the Board Tuesday, Oct. 30 requesting to place a vending area up on their property of business located on County Road 160 across from the Bethlehem School. Its just going to be a sheltered area with vending machines housed in it, said Johnny Johnson. Theres one just like it in Graceville. He said their problem came with the Holmes County Health Department having issues with no bathrooms. Its not going to be a store, said Johnny. Its just going to be a place where vending machines are going to be located. The one in Graceville doesnt have a bathroom either. The board agreed to allow County Attorney Jeff Goodman to look into the matter and report back to the Board with his ndings at the next meeting, on Nov. 13. Goodman said due to the elections he had to put off contacting the health departments director. Ill get back with him personally, Goodman said. Swearing in of new Commissioners Bobby Sasnett and David Whitaker will be held at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 20. The next regularly scheduled meeting with the new commissioners will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 27. BOCC from page A1 other agencies the chance to plan and prepare for the future. The drill began at 8:30 a.m., and featured a multimedia format that simulates a hurricane scenario impacting Holmes County. Multi-agency responders were presented with challenging informational injects throughout the training to give them a feel of how demanding and overwhelming an event like this can be, as they make onthe-spot decisions that will affect their county. Emergency Management Director Wanda Stafford says that this exercise couldnt come at a better time. We have a new building, new resources, as well as new people all needing a chance to integrate with each other, said Stafford. Its not really ideal for that to happen during a real emergency. Thats what this exercise is going to provide. Its an opportunity for our people to familiarize themselves with each other, our countys plans and procedures, and the new tools that are at their disposal. Training like this is invaluable. The exercise is designed for a variety of responders but is not restricted to government agencies. One of our main goals for this exercise is to involve as many community partners as possible, said Program Coordinator, Tiffany Majors. In the event that a hurricane hits, it would impact our whole community, from emergency agencies to private industry to local citizens and we all need to be ready to respond. To that end, the training exercise featured quite an array of participants including personnel from Holmes County Emergency Management, Holmes County Commissioners Of ce, Holmes County EMS, Holmes County Fire/Rescue agencies, Holmes County Sheriffs Of ce, Holmes District School Board, Doctors Memorial Hospital, and the American Red Cross. Various county and state agencies/ departments are being invited to join including Building, Health, Road, Finance, Agriculture, Corrections, as well as the local Chamber of Commerce. Terry Schenk, the Exercise Director for Disasters, Strategies, and Ideas Group (DSI), the organization designing and running the exercise, praised the county for creating such widespread participation. When everyone is working as a cohesive team, it lays the groundwork to being better prepared for future emergencies, said Schenk. That commitment to teamwork translates into lives being saved. An evaluation team from DSI assessed the response with the goal of developing an after action report and improvement plan to be used by the participants in enhancing their response capabilities. Stafford explained that the purpose of bringing in an evaluation team is to nd strengths and weaknesses and use these ndings as a learning tool for improvement. With the practical certainty of future weather-related disasters, the need for local agencies to be better prepared has never been more important. This exercise, and the lessons learned from it, will serve to strengthen multi-agency coordination and help Holmes County continue to be a safe and peaceful place to live. HURRICANE from page A1 Playstation3s, Tablets, work benches for boys and vanities for girls. Were a Badcock and more. She said the store will be open at 9 a.m. and will close at 5 p.m. or later so that every customer is attended to on Friday, Nov. 23. They wont have to travel so far to get their Christmas presents, said Kristie Holmes of Freds in Bonifay, when asked the bene ts of shopping locally on Black Friday. They could just come to their local Freds. Weve got some really good deals this Black Friday and you wont have to go all the way to Panama City to get them. Some of those items on sale on Black Friday are toys, electronics, televisions, kitchen items, tools, hardware, Christmas decorations, cosmetics, indoor and outdoor home furnishings, appliances, etc. We get a lot of things in special just for these sales and the Christmas holiday, said Holmes. Like gift baskets, perfume sets and lots and lots of toys. She said the store would open up at 5 a.m. and close at their normal hour of 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 23. BLACK FRIDAY from page A1 them with competition travel and some community projects. The Boston butts are between 8-10 lbs and the turkeys are usually around 6-8 lbs. They sell for $20 each. If you are interested in purchasing either or both call Stephanie Halley at 638-1180 Ext. 303. Writers Group seeking members CHIPLEY The Writers Group welcomes anybody that writes stories, poems, whatever, or would like to start writing. We read our work to the group and get feedback and enjoy each others stories. Please come see what we are all about, we would love to have you. We meet at the Chipley library at 1 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month (unless a holiday). For more information, contact Audrey Payne, 676-4359, jpayne1@ panhandle.rr.com. Spanish Trail Playhouse to present Home for Christmas CHIPLEY The Spanish Trail Playhouse is proud to announce their third annual Christmas show Home for Christmas. The performance will be held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 1 at the Spanish Trail Playhouse Theatre, 680 2nd Street, Chipley. General admission is $10. This years show, directed by Jimmy Miller is lled with traditional holiday music and carols evoking timeless memories of Christmas past. We invite you to make this annual event a part of your familys Christmas traditions. IN BRIEF from page A1

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We have a Constitution that was written by God-Honoring Patriots. We have a nancially sound company that for over 60 years has been protecting Floridians home, auto and life. Yes, we are a Blessed People. We at the Farm Bureau want to thank the 3,000 Farm Bureau Member/Families that have placed their trust in the Washington & Holmes County Farm Bureau. We appreciate your business. SAVE ON HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE Barry Massey barry.massey@bic.com Agency Manager Jon Christmas Steve Bush 1361 Jackson Ave 1108 N Waukesha St Chipley, FL 32428 Bonifay, FL 32425 850-638-1756 850-547-4227 BY CECILIA SPEARS | Times-Advertiser Grand Prize Winners of the Third Grade Holmes County Farm City Coloring Book Contest were Kasey Duffell from Bethlehem, Marah Harrison from Bonifay, Brian Aguayo from Ponce de Leon and Aubrey Smith from Poplar Springs. started his own farm. He mentioned that Mrs. Rhonda has always been a big help on the farm. He said it wouldnt be uncommon to nd her tractor cutting cotton stalks or operating the module builder during the cotton harvest. The wives were just as an important part of the farm as the man is, said Eubanks. We just wanted to recognize Mrs. Rhonda as being equally as important in this thing. As the Bartons increased the size of their farm, the size of their family also grew. Their daughter, Tonya, was born in 1981 and their son, Chad, was born in 1983. After graduation Tonya attended Florida State University and Chad attended Enterprise State Community College. Tonya is married to Kevin Amerson and they have two children, Kason, 7, and Kolton, 4. Tonya is an elementary school teacher at Bethlehem School and Kevin is employed with Dothan Livestock as a eld representative, said Eubanks. Kevin also has a cow/calf operation and produces oats and hay. Tonya, Kason and Kolton are always eager to help with the hay operation or assist with in working with cattle. Chad is married to Ashley Miller and they have two children, Kenny, 4, and Kaylee, 2. Chad is employed at Fort Rucker as an aircraft machanic, he said. Chad is also a 50/50 partner in the row-crop operation of the Bartons farm. Ashley is a stay-athome mom and helps out on the farm by running errands, picking up parts or supplies. Kenny and Kaylee love the time they spend in the eld or in a tractor. In 2003 Ken scaled back his farming operation and took a job with the Florida Peanut Producers Association as their executive director. This is the check-off organization for peanuts in the state. They are involved in research, promotion, education and legislative activities, said Eubanks. Ken enjoys working for and representing the peanut farmers in the state of Florida. Ken, Chad and Kevin have full-time employment off the farm. To operate our farm we must use the best management practices and time management possible to make sure the work is done properly, ef ciently and in a timely manner, Ken said. Our family is committed to each other and our farm and without a true love of agriculture and family this farm would not prosper. We are thankful and grateful to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, that He allows us to be stewards of one of His Greatest Creations, Mother Earth. Representative of Congressman Jeff Miller, Helen Rigdon, was present to let everyone know that the award of Holmes County Farm Family of the Year 2012 to the Barton Family would be recorded and stored in the Library of Congress after being read to the House of Representatives on the House Floor. Ken and Rhonda Barton are Northwest Florida natives with a deep connection to the local farming community, read Rigdon as it would appear in the Library of Congress. Farming became a part of their childhood and way of life. Thirtythree years ago, they were married, and it then became a love they have since shared as husband and wife and one that they now share with their children and grandchildren. Together, they successfully operate a 1,200-acre farm, where they raise livestock and grow peanuts, cotton, oats, and hay. The success of the farm is largely due to the way in which the Barton family operates. Each plays a supporting role, while embracing the best management practices. It is through their tireless work and dedication that the Barton Family demonstrates a true love of agriculture and family. Outside of the farm, the family plays an active role in the community. Ken and Rhonda are heavily involved in numerous state agriculture associations, including the Florida Peanut Producers Association, the Southern Peanut Farmers Federation, the Florida Cattlemens Association, and the Florida Farm Bureau. In 2003, Ken FARMER from page A1

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As Thanksgiving Day approaches each year, the Prattler has cause to remember that this day is truly an American Holiday. My friend, Doyle Taylor, never failed to mention this fact to me when he saw evidence of rushing into the Christmas Season before giving full recognition to the signi cance of Thanksgiving. Doyle knew that Thanksgiving came from our Pilgrim Forefathers who set aside a day to give thanks to God and to honor and celebrate the great abundance that He had given them in bountiful crops, especially the essential staple food item, corn. During the festivities, feasting and offering prayers for the blessing received, constituted much of the celebration. The women of the colony spent many days preparing for the feast. The children helped by turning roasts on spits in front of open fires. Indians reportedly brought wild turkey and venison. The men furnished geese, ducks and fish. The women served the meats with and fish with journey cake, corn meal bread with nuts and succotash. Food was served outside on big tables, according to history. In later years of our history, the actual date of a Thanksgiving was changed many times. At one time it was set by presidential proclamation for the fourth Thursday in the month of November. But in 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed that Thanksgiving Day be celebrated one week earlier. His express purpose was to help businesses by making the shopping period longer between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Finally, in 1942, the U. S. Congress ruled that Thanksgiving would be observed on the last Thursday of November and that it would be a legal holiday. This continues to be the law of the land for both the United States and Canada. This was all brought to mind at the recent FarmCity Awards Banquet when the Washington County Extension Agent, Andy Andreasen in his opening address entitled Washington County Agriculture Highlights, mentioned the unusually high yields of certain crops enjoyed by farmers in the area. He especially named peanuts production as having reached yields far beyond expectations and corn would top record bushels per acre when all the data is in. In recent days, your writer has had many, many expression of Happy Thanksgiving wishes bestowed upon him. This has been observed coming form the employees of various businesses, the post office, banks and other professions of doctors and dentists. Hester and I frequently mention a television newscast dating back to our years in Panama City when a reporter went to an elementary school classroom to interview third graders as to what they had to thankful for at Thanksgiving. One young lady boldly came forward and told the news representative; I am thankful for a good bed! The two of us recalled this just recently as we tucked ourselves into a cozy, warm bed on one of the cool nights we have experienced lately. High on our list of Thanksgiving blessings is that our four sons and their families have a livable source of income, are in excellent health as far as we know and all seem eager and ready to visit us and check on our well being at every opportunity. These sons, and their wives, have given us eight healthy, loving and beautiful grandchildren consisting of five girls and three boys. Three of the girls and one on the boys are currently enrolled in three separate colleges with our oldest granddaughter expecting to graduate from the University of Georgia within a few weeks. Hester and I enjoy an above average degree of good health for which we are very thankful. Recently we heard Jeep Sullivan deliver a special dedication sermon at Washington Primitive Baptist Church (Hard Labor Church), a building which has recently been renovated after years of neglect and decay. Jeep used Psalms 107 as the basis of his Thanksgiving address, commenting that every day he was blessed to see the sun rise and learn that he was not on the receiving end of an IV tube, that he felt to be ahead of the game. That is our true sentiment also. Placing copies of the additional fourth printing of the Heritage of Washington County Book has proven an added blessing to me since August. Last weeks article brought several purchasers for the book and provided some ne visiting with a host of new people. Call me at 6381016, or email perry1000@ bellsouth.net for your book. If you emailed me recently and did not receive a response, please try again as my system crashed on Thursday and Friday of last week. The books are $64.20 each and will be excellent holiday gifts. They are available at our home, 950 Highway 277 Chipley, FL, 32428. The prattler has previously written in this column that he receives messages of spiritual comfort and uplifting from the host of gospel and traditional songs contained in his collection of records, tapes and CDs. The Ralph Stanley 1988 Rebel Records Album contains a special song, White Oak on the Hill that seems to apply to my feelings when I would find myself feeling low and needing encouragement. The lyrics are: Theres a White Oak on the hill near my old Clinch Mountain home, That stands straight and true on a windy point alone. And when the cold winds blow, it roots bend and moan, But when the storm is passed, It straightens up and goes on. (Chorus) Lord, let me be like that White Oak on the hill. And help me to live in your Almighty Will. Help me on my journey Lord, to travel on my own. And give me the strength to straighten up and go on. Happy Thanksgiving wishes are extended to all friends and readers from the Wells Household and we hope to see you again next week. Opinion A4 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012 CONTACT US PUBLISHER Nicole Bare eld: nbare eld@chipleypaper.com NEWS, SPORTS OR OPINION news@bonifaynow.com CLASSIFIED & CIRCULATION Melissa Kabaci: mkabaci@chipleypaper.com 1-800-645-8688 ADVERTISING 850-547-9414 The views expressed here are not necessarily those of this paper or Halifax Media Group. WANT MORE? Find us online at chipleypaper.com friend us on Facebook or tweet us @WCN_HCT POSTMASTER: Send address change to: Holmes County Times-Advertiser P.O. Box 67, Bonifay, FL 32425 USPS 004-341 SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN COUNTY 13 weeks: $12.61; 26 weeks: $18.90; 52 weeks: $30.45 OUT OF COUNTY 13 weeks: $16.17; 26 weeks: $24.20; 52 weeks: $40.95 The Times-Advertiser is published on Wednesdays by Halifax Media Group, 112 E. Virginia Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425. 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Please specify if the letter should be printed in the Washington County News or Holmes County Times-Advertiser. Questions? Call 638-0212. Thanksgiving is here and nothing is more southern than the cornbread dressing which is a mainstay of the thanksgiving feast. No one understands this if they werent raised in the south or have lived here for a while. Some time back, I wrote about how to cook turnip, collard, or mustard greens. It occurred to me that some of our young readers might like to learn how to make dressing. I have memories of helping my Mama, my Grandma and my Aunt Lelia make the dressing. Back then, we had to catch the hen, chop off her head, scald her, pluck the feathers, and draw out the entrals. If the hen was still laying eggs, a whole sac of eggs in various stages of development would be found. These were boiled along with the hen and used in the dressing or in the giblet gravy. Nowadays, I wait for the local grocery stores to supply the fresh hen from which to make the stock for dressing. When we lived with Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Creel, she taught me how to prepare the stock. First, remove the giblets from the cavity and rinse the hen inside and out thoroughly and place in a stock pot. Completely cover with water. Add plenty of salt. Instead of salt, I use soup or stock base, about three/fourth cup. After the hen comes to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for about two hours or until fork tender. Leave in the stock to cool. I usually set mine on the porch where the temperature is cool. Cooling the hen in the stock gives better avor to the meat and the broth. The next step is to bake the egg bread. Several years ago, I asked Virginia Chance how she made her dressing which I think is better than mine. She went to great pains to write out her recipe and it was so much like mine I felt bad that I put her to that trouble. For egg bread, mix 3 cups of Hoover Corn Meal, one cup our (plain or self rising), one tablespoon baking powder, 1 tablespoon salt, one/fourth cup sugar, 3 cups milk, and one cup of cooking oil or melted butter or oleo. Bake at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes. Cool and crumble 4 pounds of corn bread in a large mixing pan. Add one and a half pounds of stale bread crumbs, and one stick of saltine crackers. Remove the hen from the broth and reserve for slicing, chicken pot pies, chicken salad, or whatever. I dont usually put meat into the dressing as it is usually served with turkey or some other meat. Now, chop six large onions, one and one/half stalks of celery (12 or 14 ribs )which have been scraped of the strings) Saute the celery and onion in one stick butter till tender. Add to the bread crumbs and mix in eight cups (more or less ) broth till the mixture is soupy, but not watery. Bake in a 350 to 400 degree oven 45 minutes or until bubbly and evenly browned. If desired serve with giblet gravy. My family doesnt care for gravy as my dressing doesnt require it. But gravy can by made by using any white sauce recipe using chicken stock and the chopped giblets. Some even buy canned gravy, or a packaged gravy mix. This recipe makes 17 pounds of dressing which I usually make about a week before Thanksgiving and put in casserole dishes and freeze. I usually share some smaller dishes with other families. However, for the Wells Christmas gathering, I serve the whole amount. It will serve about 50. Sister-in-law Hester Wells usually makes a pan of dressing too, so there is plenty for the 75 or so who gather at Christmas. Of course, for a smaller group, you can divide the recipe. Turkey or pork, turnip greens, sweet potato casserole, fruit salad, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce or cranberry/orange relish with sweet tea, warm rolls, pumpkin or pecan pie complete our Thanksgiving feast. We take our maize in the form of the cornbread dressing. My mother usually boiled a fresh ham or shoulder for our Christmas dinner and she sometimes make dressing from the pork stock. It makes delicious dressing, too. I will confess that I dont usually do all the dressing making in one day. Thanks to the freezer, I make the egg bread well in advance and keep in the freezer till time to use it. The broth could be made ahead, too. Here is a recap of the ingredients for my dressing: 4 pounds egg bread, 1 and pounds day old bread crumbs, 1/4 pound saltine cracker crumbs, 1/4 pound melted butter, 6 large yellow onions chopped, 12 to 14 ribs of celery, chopped, and 8 to 10 cups broth. Have a blessed Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving a true American holiday SPECIAL TO THE TIMES-ADVERTISER Ralph Stanleys Ill Answer The Call album contains the song White Oak on The Hill. PERRYS PRATTLE Perry Wells Time to make the cornbread dressing HAPPY CORNER Hazel Wells Tison

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Local Holmes County Times-Advertiser | A5 Wednesday, November 21, 2012 By RANDAL SEYLER 638-0212 | @WCN_HCT rseyler@chipleypaper.com CHIPLEY Two Washington County Commissioners were present for their nal Board of County Commissioners meeting on Thursday. District 1 Commissioner Donnie Strickland and District 5 Commissioner Hulan Carter did not seek re-election this year, and Thursdays meeting was their last on the board. The board will reconvene at 1:30 on Tuesday to swear in two new commissioners, Lynn Gothard and Alan Bush, both of whom were elected on Nov. 6 in the General Election. Charles Brock will be sworn back in as District 3 commissioner, and he said he will be starting his 21st year of public service. Gothard will represent District 5, while Bush will represent District 1. I want to thank both Mr. Strickland and Mr. Carter for their service, said County Attorney Jeff Goodman. I have learned a lot working with them, and I appreciate the opportunity. Public Safety Director Roger Hagan came before to board seeking their approval of the nal step in the countys emergency plan, which was a request for proposals for the countys debris plan. The debris plan would specify who would haul the debris and who would oversee the collection of debris as required by FEMA. If the debris is properly handled, the county could receive 10 percent more FEMA money following a disaster such as a hurricane or tornado. You may remember back in March the board approved this plan, Hagan said. This is the last step in the process. Hagan noted the plan had been a process of several years in the making. The RFPs would seek bids from carriers and the county would pre-select who would haul debris off of county roadways in case of an emergency. Beat the Rush and Start Your Holiday Shopping! WEDNESDAY ONLY! Buy 1 Item, Get 2nd Item for Just $ 1! Regular Price, Sale & Clearance. Second item must be of equal or lesser value. Excludes all cosmetics, fragrances, YES! items, The Big Event Dept., gift cards and previous purchases. PRE-THANKSGIVING Mix & Match Throughout the Store! Thanksgiving Weekend Sale, Nov. 22-27! Stores Open Thursday 8pm-Midnight Friday 6 am-9 pm Plus, Wednesday Only... 40% OFF Online with Code 1140 *Excludes all cosmetics, fragrances, YES! items, small kitchen appliances, electronics and gift cards. Offer valid 11/21/12 only. OPEN 9AM-9PM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Most stores. OPEN THANKSGIVING NIGHT 8 PM MIDNIGHT OPEN EARLY BLACK FRIDAY 6 AM Hurry in... Doorbusters end at 1PM AND THURSDAY TOO! BLACK FRIDAY DOORBUSTERS light up the season! 1721 South Waukesha Street, Bonifay, FL (850) 547-2060 Expires 12/12/12 Expires 12/12/12 Expires 12/12/12 Expires 12/12/12 J.D. OWENS CARPET OU T L ET will save you money E V ER YD A Y!!! J.D. OWENS CARPET OU T L ET 2597 S pringcreek R oad, Marianna, FL 3 1/2 Miles East of Marianna on Hwy. 90 (850) 526-3619 J.D. OWENS CARPET OU Textured Plush Carpet 79 99 Super Thick 13 Loose Lay Vinyl 49 FHA Quality Vinyl SF SF SF Engineered Value Grade 3 Oak Plank $ 2 29 SF AREA RUG SALE! Over 200 In Stock carpettilemarianna.com Special to the News BETHLEHEM BIC, the world-renowned manufacturer of writing instruments and correction products, announced Patti Davis from Bonifay as the winner of its nationwide Back-to-School Sweepstakes during Bethlehem Schools Open House and Parent Night on Nov. 8. BIC awarded Bethlehem School $4,500 for school improvements and supplies. Bethlehem School Principal Zeb Brown made the announcement at the beginning of the event, a representative from BIC, along with the BIC BOY, presented the check. The BICs Back-to-School Sweepstakes is an opportunity to help promote awareness about the great need that many schools have for valuable resources. Consumers were invited to select their school for the chance to be awarded $4,500 in funding through the BIC Pen Pals Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bicpenpals. BIC USA Inc. (www.bicworldusa.com) is a leading distributor of stationery products, lighters and shavers. Since its founding more than 50 years ago, BIC has honored the tradition of providing high-quality, affordable products. Through this unwavering dedication, BIC has become one of the most recognized brands in the world today. Bethlehem School students and Principal Zeb Brown pose with the check they were awarded from BICs Back-to-School Sweepstakes. BIC presented the check during the schools Open House and Parent Night on Nov. 8. Principal Brown noted that the funds would be utilized for much-needed school improvements. SPEICAL TO THE TIMES-ADVERTISER Bethlehem school wins BIC contest Commissioners bid farewell to Carter, Strickland

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Local A6 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Holmes County Times-Advertiser Celebrates its 120th Anniversary On Wednesday, Nov. 28, the Times-Advertiser is publishing a Commemorative 120th Anniversary Edition, including an historical front page design and the top local stories we've covered over the years. HOLMES COUNTY 120 Anniversary th 1892-2012 The Holmes County Advertiser was founded in 1892 and merged with the Holmes County Times in the late eighties to become the Holmes County Times Advertiser Through the years it has remained the paper of record for Holmes County, chronicling the local events, activities and issues of the times, as well as the lives of its residents. Dont miss this anniversary edition coming Wednesday, Nov. 28 Available in area newsstands/stores; or subscribe by calling (850) 547-9414, or (850) 638-0212. Holmes County Advertiser was founded in 1892 and merged Holmes County Advertiser was founded in 1892 and merged Holmes County Advertiser Labor is Honest and Pluck Wins The WestPoint Home Factory Outlet is back in Chipley! Different location but same great product and great prices! WestPoint Home Factory Outlet 1055 Fowler Ave, Chipley, FL 32428 Located behind our Chipley factory in the Industrial Park. The address is 1055 Fowler Drive. Turn off of Orange Hill Hwy on Commerce Ave, turn right on Fowler Drive, Outlet on left. (850) 638-9421 New Store Hours: Thursday and Friday 9 AM to 5 PM Saturday 9AM to 3 PM WestPoint Home WestPoint Home Great selection of Famous name Comforters, Sheets, Towels, Pillows, Blankets, Throws in a true factory outlet atmosphere at factory outlet prices. and NOV. 4-10 Lela Cherie Anderson, 26, driving while license suspended or revoked Christopher Shawn Beasley, 24, hold for outside agency Joshua David Bishop, 21, hold for outside agency Issac Bracy, 21, driving under the in uence Tracy Nichole Bruner, 20, weekender Lester James Carmichael, 41, violation of probation on driving while license suspended or revoked Timothy Arland Carter, 30, driving under the in uence, grand theft auto Stephanie Laura Covell, 46, child support Charles Quinton Eldridge, 22, failure to appear Anthony Guntert, 27 hold for Hillsborough Edward Hutchins, 48, burglary of a structure, grand theft Jahari Akeem Hyacinthe, 20, hold for outside agency Joseph Fletcher Lee, 37, uttering forged notes James Ronald Lombardi, 31, criminal use of personal information, giving false information to law enforcement of cer, driving while license suspended or revoked third offense, driving under the in uence, refusal to submit to breath test Ezra Maddox, 22, hold for Hillsborough James L. McFayden, 49, hold for outside agency Anna Mary Mullins, 34, giving false information to law enforcement of cer, allowing unauthorized person to drive Jeffery Donnell Seymour, 41, hold for another agency Karen Shelton, 37, hold for Hillsborough Chris Lee Stasko, 19, hold for court Jason A. Van Avery, 26, housed for custody hearing Marvin Eugene Wells, 40, hold for outside agency Trevor Tyler Yates, 18, burglary of a dwelling, grand theft Special to the News BONIFAY We are now in our seven years at Bens Place Animal Rescue, and we are so thankful to all who have come forward over the years and have lent us a hand, Will Morales, owner of Bens Place, said. On Saturday, Dec. 8, we will have our annual open house and celebration of Jesus Christs birthday. The activities will start at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to meet our volunteers, sponsors, companions and residents and join us in a traditional worship and praise service follow by a meal. He attributed the success of Bens Place to the support shown by the community. Our success is the success brought forth when a community comes together to resolve issues that affects us all, Morales said. Over the years we have worked diligently with residents, churches, schools, merchants and government of Holmes County to remedy the problems that having stray dogs and cat cause. Three years ago Morales decided to rescue a homeless person with a dog that no one would rescue due to her furry companion named Holly. Since then we have continued to provide shelter and care for many other persons in need and their companions, said Morales. At our Open House we will have our inaugural viewing of our collection of Jesus Christ. We ask everyone to bring dog and cat food or donation. For more information, call Bens Place Animal Rescue 263-7693. Spirit Night has been a homecoming tradition for the past few years. During the week of homecoming, the HCHS band played school songs outside for a fundraiser at a local business. This year we performed outside the Bonifay Hardees during the fundraising event. The money raised will help support the HCHS band with logistical needs as the winning Blue Devil season continues. SPECIAL TO THE NEWS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS Residents with dogs from left to right: Rodney with Missy, Sally with Holly, James with Isaiah and Trinedy Lee, rescue manager, with Duke. Bens Place Animal Rescue to hold open house Arrest REPORT HCHS SPIRIT NIGHT

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Local Holmes County Times-Advertiser | A7 Wednesday, November 21, 2012 To learn how you can support our communitys university, contact Mary Beth Lovingood at (850) 770-2108 or mblovingood@pc.fsu.edu. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY PANAMA CITY THE CAMPAIGN FOR OUR COMMUNITYS UNIVERSITY Endowment for Tomorrows Jobs $4 ,50 0, 000 $50 0, 000 $1,50 0, 000 $2,50 0, 000 $3 ,50 0, 000 $4 ,50 0, 000 $0 $1, 000 000 $2, 000 000 $3 00 0, 000 $4 00 0, 000 $5 00 0, 000 GO AL Its time to GIVE THANKS! THANKS TO ALL WHO JOINED THE TURKEY HUNT! We appreciate everyone who participated in our Nov. 14 Turkey Hunt. One lucky person will win $100, and well 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 Brock Auto Body Chipley Chipley Financial Chipley Covington Music Chipley Harmonica and Guitar Strings Dales Chimney Sweep Bonifay Down Home Dental Center Chipley Eastern Diesel Bonifay Everything Must Go Chipley Fashion Frenzy Bonifay Hasty Heating & Cooling Bonifay Kathys Classic Touch Graceville Coee Mug Little Obsessions Chipley Magnet Luke Taylor, Attorney Bonifay Nichols Auto Repair & Towing Chipley Free Oil Change Dr. Ben Saunders Pediatric Dentistry Marianna Scrub Up Uniforms Chipley Teddy Bear T & B Hidden Treasures Chipley $15 Gift Certicate Talk O the Town Nutrition Chipley Wellness Evaluation and Free Lunch Townsend Building Supply Chipley Skill Saw WestPoint Home, Inc. Chipley Set of Towels 1364 N. Railroad Ave., Chipley, FL 32428 (850) 638-0212 chipleypaper.com 112 E. Virginia Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425 (850) 547-9414 bonifaynow.com *Due to early holiday deadlines, we are unable to publish the names of the top prize winners until the November 28 editions of the Times and News. By RANDAL SEYLER 638-0212 | @WCN_HCT rseyler@chipleypaper.com CHIPLEY After nearly a decade of historic growth and improvements for Northwest Florida Commu nity Hospital, an era is com ing to a close. On Dec. 15, NFCH CEO/ President Pat Schlenker will sell his majority stockhold ings in Northwest Florida Healthcare Inc. to Signature HealthCARE Systems. Signature owns Washing ton Rehabilitation and Nurs ing Center in Chipley. This is not an asset sell. NFHI will remain its own cor poration, Schlenker said on Friday. We will remain two separate organizations. This is really an excit ing time for us, said Bret Brown, administrator of WRNC. This will allow us to work together and com bine to be a model for rural health care. To continue to grow, NFCH needs to formally partner with a larger health care system. Schlenker said the neces sity for NFCH to align itself with a bigger organization became evident more than a year ago, when The Pa tient Protection and Afford able Care Act, also known as Obama Care, still loomed on the horizon. Now that it is unlikely Obamacare will be overturned, it is even more of a necessity, he said. With all the changes coming, it became evident that we would need a big ger organization to bundle with, he said. Bundling with a larger organization will make the reimbursement process more efcient. Partnering with a larger system will also help the hospital meet its growing need for cost containment, Schlenker said. If NFCH is going to continue to thrive in the coming years, I am con vinced it needs the econo mies of scale that a larger organization can provide, he wrote in a letter to the Washington County Board of County Commissioners, from whom NFHI leased the hospital back in 2004. Signature HealthCARE is a leading provider of longterm care services in the Eastern and Southeastern United States, operating 73 communities in seven states with more than 12,000 em ployees, according to the companys website. Additionally, Signature and its afliated organiza tions own and/or manage more than 20 critical ac cess hospitals in the eastern United States, Schlenker said. In addition to every thing else, Signatures local facilities will be a tremen dous source for referrals to the hospital and our physi cians. I am convinced this will take NFCH to the next level in volume and quality of services provided. Signature HealthCARE relocated its corporate of ces from Palm Beach Gardens, to Louisville, Ky., in 2010. Signature is grow ing rapidly, acquiring new facilities and developing in novations and businesses to better serve the aging population. Besides WRNC, Signa ture has 24 facilities in Flor ida, according to its website, with three of those being local DeFuniak Springs, Marianna and Graceville. Shaky start In March of 2004, Schlen kers corporation North west Florida Healthcare Inc. leased the Northwest Florida Community Hospi tal from Washington County for 40 years. At the time, the hospital was in big trouble it was millions of dollars in the hole and showed no signs of improving, Schlen ker said. As a representative of the Sacred Heart Health Sys tems, Schlenker had inves tigated the Chipley hospital as a possible investment for that company, but the sale didnt happen. Schlenker, after having done due dili gence, saw something that made him want to come to the Washington County fa cilitys rescue. I just fell in love with the community, and with the people, Schlenker said. He resigned from Sacred Heart and started his own company to run the hospital, but he could nd no willing investors. NFCH had lost almost $5 million in the four years prior to 2004, with $1.9 million of that being lost the year prior to the lease. The Schlenkers had to personally sign for a $1.5 million small business loan to help get NFCH back on track. That loan is almost paid off now, Schlenker said. That was a scary time, but I couldnt nd any investors. In Schlenkers ofce hangs a dry-erase board with the message: Mr. Schlen ker, thank you for believing in us. Good luck! The board is signed by employees and it was created in 2004 when NFHI took over the hospital. Eight years later, Schlenker still believes. Prayer was also part of Schlenkers secret for suc cess. I used to pray all the way over here from Milton, sometimes I had to pray that we would make pay roll, he said. There was no money in the hospital at all. Schlenker also took a 75 per cent salary decrease in his new role as CEO/President of NFCH. Of course, Northwest Florida Community Hospital is tremendously successful. We were successful in turn ing the hospital around in approximately 42 months, Schlenker said. Last year NFCH was rec ognized by the Florida Hos pital Association as the most improved hospital in the state of Florida for hospitals of 150 beds or less. There are about 150 hospitals of that size in the state. The hospital was also honored last year by be ing named the Washington County Chamber of Com merce Business of the Year. Most recently, the hos pital was listed in Inc. Mag azines 5,000 fastest grow ing business list, which includes all of the United States. When you think about how small the chances are of being on that list, its in credible, Schlenker said. Something like .001 percent chance. There are ve mil lion registered businesses in the U.S., and there were 650,000 that were considered for the list. Future growth Brown said the potential of NFCH and WRNC work ing together to improve lives, especially in elder care, will be greatly enhanced with the merger. There are models of elder care that can only be done in a rural setting, and Signature is a trendsetter in the industry, he said. This is really exciting for both of us. Schlenker said after he turns over his stock to Signature on Dec. 15, that doesnt mean he will be go ing anywhere. I will stay on as CEO and president for an other year, then I will move to hospital governance and advisory boards for another three years, The change will be ab solutely transparent and does not involve the leases, Schlenker said. Employee benets will not be affected as the hospital is not be ing sold. NFHI which holds the leases will continue to exist as an active Florida corporation. The new partnership be tween NFCH and Signature HealthCARE will allow the hospital to continue its repu tation for excellence under new management and al low me to retire in a year, Schlenker told the county commissioners. The best part, Schlenker said, is that after retirement as CEO/president, he will be able to continue to associate as a board member with the organization, community and associates he has grown to respect and love. Im 71 years old and I will be closer to 73 by the time the rst year ends. I cant do this forever, he said. It will also give me a chance to wean myself, Schlenker said. I care about the staff and the doctors here, I dont think I could just leave all at once. ON THE WEBSIGNA TURE HEALTHCARE ltcrevolution.com NOR THWEST FLORIDA COMMUNITY HOSPIT AL nfch.org WASHINGTON REHABILIT A TION AND NURSING CENTER washingtonrehabandnursing.com S PECI A L TO THE T I M ES A DV E R TISE R Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Administrator Bret Brown, left, congratulates Pat Schlenker, CEO/President of Northwest Florida Community Hospital, on the upcoming partnership between the hospital and WRNCs parent company, Signature HealthCARE, based in Louisville, Ky. Signature Health Care Systems to partner with NFCH Company owns WRNC

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OUTDOORS Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Page 8 www.bonifaynow.com | www.chipleypaper.com Send your Outdoors news to news@chipleypaper.com A Section By TINA HARBUCK 654-8440 | @DestinLogTina tharbuck@thedestinlog.com After the last sh is hung in the Destin Fishing Rodeo on Oct. 31 each year, several of Destins captains turn in their rod and reels and pick up their bows and guns and head off into the woods. Its time to get away from a rocking boat and see a different terrain, said Tony Davis, who captains the Anastasia. For the past ve years, Davis has been traveling up to Kentucky and hunting on a lease with one of his guys that comes down and shes with him during cobia season. We almost froze yesterday, Davis said Thursday afternoon of the 40degree temperatures. But hes not complaining. Its peaceful up here and you dont have to worry about anything. You just go sit and take your time and relax, Davis said. Davis said they had seen some deer but he hasnt shot one yet. Im trying to shoot a whopper. For Justin Destin, who captains the Full Draw he said, Its something I do every chance I get. Its just another way to keep enjoying the outdoors. Its another way of harvesting off the land and enjoying some of Gods creations. We only get so many sunrises and sunsets; got to get out and enjoy them, Destin said. Although he gun hunts, Destin said, I prefer bow hunting. I hunt deer and pigs anything that is willing. Plus theres a lot of tradition in hunting. Destin said that he always looks forward to going hunting with his dad at Thanksgiving. Capt. Eric Thrasher of the Daybreak likes to take the kids and go hunting on their lease just north of DeFuniak Springs. Its not so much about killing something anymore as it is about getting away, Thrasher said. Just getting in the woods and relaxing. Thrasher is usually already in the woods by now, but due to a shoulder injury he had to pass on bow hunting deer. But Ill probably go duck hunting on Saturday, he said. In addition to hunting deer and ducks, he also likes turkey hunting. Thrasher noted that turkey season coincides with the start of cobia season. And they have been known to go turkey hunting in the morning and come back and catch a cobia in the afternoon for a little surf and turf as he called it. Craig Mann, who captains the Mary Lou has been hunting the last nine years on a 100-acre lease in Americus, Ga. When Oct. 31 hits, its like somebody flips a switch and all the people are gone, which is a perfect opportunity to come and sit in the woods, Mann said. Mann says hell stay in his little cabin in Americus for about four or five weeks. Ive seen a lot of young bucks that I let walk and found some bigger ones that I couldnt get a shot at, Mann said. But he has taken two, a 175-pound buck and a 120-pound doe. I prefer bow hunting, Mann said. Its a little more difficult because youve got to get closer. I think its just a little more sportsmanlike. But the thing he likes most about hunting is its secluded and serene. Plus its a good time to reflect on the season and the season to come. PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS, TIMES-ADVERTISER Left: Craig Mann shows off a buck he took last November on his lease in Americus, Ga., where he is currently looking to take down another. Right: Capt. Justin Destin of the Full Draw took this deer last season here in Okaloosa County. Captains trade rod and reels for bows and guns Give thanks for farm-raised turkey By S TAN KIRKLAND FWC When Thanksgiving arrives next week, millions of us will sit down to a meal of turkey and all the trimmings. The vast majority of the turkeys we now consume are domestic birds, which is as opposite to the wild turkey as day is to night. As pointed out in the book Wild Turkey Country, by Lovett E. Williams Jr., turkeys were domesticated from wild birds by the Indians of North America, perhaps as far back as 2,000 years ago. Spaniards took some of those domesticated birds back to Europe, where they were bred extensively and even brought back to the United States. The availability of domestic turkeys and the practice of eating them at Thanksgiving became widespread, and it has largely replaced eating baked goose. While there are a number of breeds of domestic turkeys, most are white in color. A few breeds are bronze in color, which makes them look similar to wild turkeys. But, thats where any similarity to the wild turkey ends. The ve subspecies of wild turkeys are found from northern Mexico through the United States and to southern Canada. They tend to be bronze and black in color, a color adaptation that allows them to remain concealed in the wild. Domestic turkeys are bred for size and their plump white breast meat. These birds can weigh 25 to 30 pounds, and even more if held from one year to the next. Although wild turkey toms, particularly in western and midwestern states, can get to 22 to 24 pounds, mature gobblers in southern states rarely weigh more than 21 pounds. Where farmers and ranchers need to protect their domestic birds from predators, wild turkeys possess an unbelievable wariness and eyesight. Wild turkeys notice anything out of place in their environment. Experienced turkey hunters will tell you that a careless move or lack of concealment will send the birds packing and a hunter home empty-handed. Startled wild turkeys can quickly become airborne and reach speeds of 55 miles per hour in seconds. If theres any practice that confounds wildlife biologists across the country, its the mistaken belief that domesticated turkeys, even those bronze in color and resembling their wild counterparts, can be released in the wild and manage to survive. Nothing could be further from the truth. Regardless of color, domesticated turkeys dont possess the wild genes to survive, and the birds wind up being food for any of a host of predators. Domesticated turkeys can also be immune to certain diseases, but they can introduce those diseases into wild birds. So when you sit down to your Thanksgiving meal, give thanks. However, if you want a lesson in humility, then take your gun (season and regulations permitting) and go bag that bird for your family. My bet is if you go the latter route, it will make you all the more amazed about the wild turkey.

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Notre Dame Southern California CHEC K HE R E FO R E A CH WEE K S W I NNE R November 17 Winner William Gardner Sunny Hills 1 miss SP O RTS www.bonifaynow.com Wednesday, November 21, 2012 A Page 9 Section By RANDAL SEYLER 638-0212 | @WCN_HCT rseyler@chipleypaper.com Friday night, the Blountstown Tigers ensured the rivalry will decide the Region 1-2A football championship as they shut out Holmes County 10-0. The two squads seemed evenly matched and traded forays into each others territory, but neither team could seem to nd the end zone. At least until the fourth quarter. The Tigers scored rst with just 1:02 left to play in the rst half when Andrew Bennett nailed a 27-yard eld goal to give Blountstown a 3-0 lead. The eld goal capped a 73-yard, 17-play drive that stalled at the Holmes County 10-yard line. The Blue Devils tried to return the favor when their nal drive of the half ended with them reaching the Tigers 15, but the Blue Devils eld-goal attempt went wide. In the fourth quarter, Blountstown was able to parlay a third-quarter turnover by Holmes County into the lone touchdown of the game. A Blue Devils fumble gave the Tigers the ball at their 44 with 4:02 to play in the quarter. Seven minutes and a quarter change later, the Tigers Chason Roulhac drove up the middle to score from the 3. Bennett was good with the extra point and the Tigers had gained a rematch with Liberty County. The Tigers nearly scored again in the nal minutes of the fourth quarter, gaining 60 yards on four successive personal fouls charged against the Blue Devils. The Tigers began the last drive when Dylan Lee intercepted a Blue Devils pass inside the Blountstown 30. The outcome decided, the Tigers elected to take a knee inside the Blue Devils 20. PHOTOS BY RANDAL SEYLER The Blountstown Tigers shut out the Holmes County Blue Devils 3-0 Friday night at Bonifays Memorial Field in the 1-2A regional playoff opener. Bottom left: Holmes Countys team captains meet their Blountstown rivals for the pre-game coin toss Friday night at Memorial Field. Bottom right: 03 Blue Devils seniors Jacky Miles Jr. (3) and Chris Newton (5) scramble to try and stop the Tigers defense during Friday nights 1-2A regional playoff game in Bonifay. By TINA HARBUCK 654-8440 | @DestinLogTina tharbuck@thedestinlog.com GRACEVILLE Freeports defense held strong for a 26-21 win over the Graceville Tigers Friday night in a Region 1-1A semi nal. The Bulldogs, 6-5, will travel next Friday to Northview take on the Chiefs in the 1-1A championship game. Freeport led 20-14 at the half after taking advantage of a couple of early turnovers. At the start of the fourth quarter, Freeport capped an 86-yard, 10-play drive with a 9-yard run by Owen Cole. Gabe Moores extra-point kick went wide right and the Bulldogs led 26-14 just seconds into the quarter. Graceville, 8-3 answered in 35 seconds with a touchdown. C.J. Miller broke loose up the middle for a 56-yard scamper to the end zone. Toquille Franklin kicked the point for a 26-21 total with 10:03 left to play. The Tigers had the ball two more times, but the Bulldog defense held its ground. Freeport forced a punt on the rst possession and then stopped Graceville on downs with just 1:14 left. Freeport drove the opening kickoff into position for a eld-goal attempt, but Moore missed from 30 yards. Graceville made ve rst downs on its rst possession, but nally was turned back when Rasheed Campbell, who rushed for 86 yards, was dropped in the back eld on fourth down. Graceville scored on its next series when Jarrett Brogdan went over from 3 yards to cap an eight-play drive. Campbell and Brogdan were the workhorses on the drive. Franklin booted the point after for a 7-0 edge early in the second quarter. Freeport responded quickly. Moore connected with Joseph Scarpaci for 17 yards and Zach Fordem for 10. Two plays later, Morgan Hardee ran a reverse 7 yards and it was 7-7. The Tigers muffed the ensuing kickoff and Freeports Dalton Raymond recovered. Cole clipped off 26 yards, then scored on the next play from 4 yards. Graceville fumbled and Cole recovered for Freeport. The Bulldogs scored in less than 2 minutes as Moore connected with Fordem for a 30-yard TD pass. Graceville scored moments before halftime on a Preston Nichols to Campbell connection for a 34 yards to make it 20-14 at the break. Freeport rushed for 223 yards with Cole leading with 110 yards and two touchdowns. Nick Russell rushed ve times for 47 yards. Moore completed nine of 15 passes for 149 yards and one touchdown. Graceville rushed for 323 yards. Campbell carried the ball 12 times for 86 yards, while Jared Padgett and C.J. Miller each had 83 yards. Nichols was three of seven passing with one touchdown. From Staff Reports BONIFAY Holmes County High Schools very own Superstar basketball player Chris Walker signed on with the University of Florida at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14 surrounded by friends, family, coaches, peers and mentors. Sitting with Walker during his big day were Jeneen, Deniqua and Detavious Campbell. Walker said that he was very excited to be representing his home town and that he chose the University of Florida because it would help him excel when he goes on to play professional basketball. Ive had the opportunity to work with Chris going on three years, said Head Coach Poe White. Chris is a hard worker, he loves the game of basketball and he plays hard. Hes been given the opportunity to live out his childhood dream by going to one of the most prestigious colleges, the University of Florida. Blountstown shuts out Holmes County Freeport holds off Graceville Walker signs with University of Florida PHOTO BY CECILIA SPEARS | Times-Advertiser Holmes County High School senior Chris Walker signed his letter of intent with the University of Florida on Nov. 14 at the HCHS library.

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Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, NOVEMBER 21 2012 B PAGE 1 Section Washington County Christian School Im to gowing to cook a turkey poot chogr in it an bunanu barbcyoo on it sum chanse. Frst you got to cllen it. Cllen it with a brush. I nd it run ing in my haws and poot a turkey in a dag. Naye First things rst I gota to hunt the turkey. Next things next cook it. 3rd things 3rd put the spices on the turkey. 4th thing 4th you got to eat the turkey oooo I dont know how to cook a turkey. Ryan First you kill a turkey next you cut it. After you cook it foor 99 mines then you eat it in. last you vit all your frinds over. Tyler I nd a Turkey wen it is runing around. I clean a turkey with water and soap. Wen I am done I put it in the uven. And wen I am done with that I cut it up wen I done I eat it. J.D. I clean the turkey. Then I pat it and the uven on 350. It tase 40 minis. To get done. Then I chipe up anyis. I chip them up good. Put tpmpts on it. I get Kyle to tase it. He said it was good. The end Qaa Vernon Elementary School First I would bike it on the stove. Second I would get it off of the stove, kast I would serve it to my mom and dad, Connor J Morris First, I would bake it. Then I would put some carrots around it. I would also put potatoes around it. Then I would season it, I would use salt and pepper, my turkey is done! Justin Anderson First, you got to walmart and buy a bigfat turkey. Then, you goget a timer. Then, you check out, then, you go home and pot the time in the turkey. Then, you pit it in the oven, turn on the oven. Then, let it cook. Then you take out the terkey now yougot a cooked juicey turkey to eat on thankiving day. The End! Caitlin Allen I would put wood on a re. I would put sauce on the turkey and let it cook just for a second. I would like to see if its do ne and take it our. Now when its done then I eat it! Naiyana Peterson First, I put the turkey in the oven, t hen I grab it out of the oven. Next, I put solt and pepper, Last, I put it on a plat and eat it! Jason Bullard 1zt you kill a turcky. 2nd you put it on the stove eyes 3rd put meat on it 4th I put it off the stove eye 5th eat it Sarah First, you got to get the turkey out. Next, you put it in the oven, then, you take it out. Last you can eat it! Trinity Cooke First, I would nd a turkey in a barn. Second, I would pick the feathers out. Then, I would get the turkey some hot sauce. Then, I would cook some pie, to. Then, I would put the turkey in the oven. Roxann Rygula First, I would chop his head off! Then I would put him in the frying pan. Next, I take him out. Last, I eat that turkey! Nathan Hodges First, I will get a turkey out of the freezer and them I am going to get the boiler ready, so I can cook it and then take it to my family! Michael Lee First, we nd a turkey. Second, we kill it, third, we pull the feathers off. Finally, we cook it then we eat it. Wade Dockery First, I would put chocolate chips on it. Second, I would put marsh mellows on it then I would put it in the ovin for 10 seconds. Rheannah Hall You have to take the wrapper off. Then, you have to put stof ng in it, Next, you have to cook the turkey. Alissa Osburn First, you kill it and clen i. then put it in the oven, once it is done cooking take it our of the oven let it set and then eat it, Ryker Comton First, you put the turkey in the oven. Second, you wait a few hours. Then, you take the turkey our and pot pepper on it, last, you set the table, thats how you make a turkey. Toby Forhand First, I cook a turkey. Second, I get some mustard. Third, I get peppert and stuf ng and put on the hot turkey. Finally, I cook mashed potatoes and gravey. Sean Hammock First, I would put it on a stove. Then, I would turn the sove on Next I would take it out. Last I would cut it and I would eat it! Macon Evans Theis is how we cook a turkey at my house. First you tack it out the night befor so it can thaw, the next morning you clean it out and rinse it, Next you put dressing in it then wwrap it up. When all this is completed then you put the turkey in the oven to bake. When it is done y ou eat it. Yum yum. Jeremiah Tnis is how I eat my turkey. I eat my turkey with cram berry souce and tater sdlet, I wat bake turkey bake turkey is good but u dont eat frid turkey we kill the trukey thin we rinse it off then cook it when its done you can eat it. Yum yum. Joshua This is how we cook a ture at my house. At my house we cook tyrker like this, put ras in the turker thien we clen it out Anna This is how we coock a turckey at home. I take his guts out then i clean it. The I open it then I put the seaoning in it the I coock it. And eat it yu yum Alanna How you make a turkey at your house. First you go out and kill i. the next morning you clean the gust out of it and risne ir of. Next you put dressing in it ana rap it up. When this is all completed then you put it in the oven then bake it. And when its done then you eat the turkey. Yummy yummy yummy turkey is in my tummy, Lily Lamarre This his how my uncle cooks turkey. Me and my Uncle J-man (Jay) go hunting. We kill the turkey. We take it home. Cut his head off. And I take the gisserds ou. And then we take it inside, we skin it. Also the most important thing of all, th oven. And late on eating. MMMMMMMMMMMM! Dylan This is how we cook a turkey rst you tho it ovt over night in the moring we oeen it and er set the stov, and we git a pan and we set the pen on the stove and we kok it and we eat. Starla This is how we cook a turkey at my house. Firs you take ir out the night before so it can thow. Next night w e pull out the guts and rinse it. Thin we pat dressing in it. And we rost it. Riley This is how I cook a turkey at my house. First I leave it out oveer day so it can thaw, then I rinse it and clean it realy good. By night I cook it realy good. Next morning I eat. It is the best turkey ever!!!!! I cant wait to eat it again on Monday and on Sunday. Christopher Laine Nallick This is how we cook a turkey at my house. First my mom takes it our of the bag and thaws it out over night. My mom does not put anything in the turkey. My mom cooks the turkey and take it out. Then we eat the turkey for diner. Yum-yum. Issac Lyon This is how we cook a turk at my home. Frst my mom opens the bag of turkey the my mom takes the guts out. Lene wosh it. Len I put rob on the turkey. Lene my mom kuted the turkey. Then my mom and my and my two sisters eat the turk, Dale This is how I cook a turkey at my house. First you take it out of the night before so it can thaw. The next mornig u clean it out and rinse it. Next ou put ranch dressing and peper on it. And then wrap it up. When it is all done. You put it in the oven. When its all completed u wit and then you eat it, yum-yum that was good. Kaile Allen This is how we cook a turkey at my house. First we unerap the turkey the night before. Then we fry the turkey and we put pepper on the turkey. And we put salt on the turkey. Yummy in my tummy. Dailee Bell This is wo I cook a turkey. I take my turkey and I take it cuts out. Then I fri ir. Then I eat. Yum yum. Timothy Mason Lee This is how I cook a turkey. First my mom buys it, then I put grees on the turkey. And when Im done putting ggrees on it I put the turkey in the oven for the hole night. Tken it the morning I take it out of the oven. Then when its dinner time I eat it. Yummy in my tummy! I hope I make nother turkey next thanksgiving have you ever make a turkey? Marissa Heres how I woud make a turkey 1. Frist I will buy the turkey 2. then I put the suase on it 3. third I put it in the oven 4. and when its do cooking I let it cool 5. the wile it cooling I set the table6. I cook potatos and carv a pupkin 7. then I put the food on the table. 8. I pour pop in to cups for my family 9. the I add stuf ng in to a boul. 10. I put the chairs in to place. 11. I get the hiychair for my little sis 112. then I call my family to dinner 13. we sit down. 14 we hold hands 15 and we pray that is how I make a turkey dinner. Bailey Lambright If I was gowrg to cook a turkey I wlb go and bay a turkey. Thin I wude putet it in the uven. Then I will tacket awte and and thine im dun. Gracie Clark 1 heres hale you can make a turkey you can shot a turkey or you can buy one. 2. then you can put it in the uvin then you take it out. 3. then you can stuff it with the stu n. 4 then you have a turkey 5. I will have apals and cak and a pare. Jacob If I was cooking a turkey this I houw I would do it. 1. I would buy a turkey or shoot a turkey. My dad shoots turkeys but mom buys turkeys. 2. I would stuff it with stuff. 3. I would cook it on a grill. 4. Befor it is done coocing I would baste it couse you would not like it unbasted would you? 5. When its done you dig in. thats the youay you coock a turkey for thanksgiveing! Fancy Somerset A turkey is like put it on the pan and you put garlek on the turkey and you put it in the aven and then when it is son and then you eat it when you it it it taste good when you wat it. When your turkey is gone you can ceal a turkey you can eat it agene and then you fo to bed whe nit is night time you go to bed. Lexus Get a gun and shot it get the ckin off of it than put it and the ofvin and lit it cook and get it awt a it is don and you eat it than you gow agand Jacaury Peterson I hath to git a turakne you hath to pite paper you hath to tose it. You hath to coock it in the stov you hath to sesin the turckne. Kamry Nix you stuff it you cook it you put ouyl in it you ceck it Michael Seal If I ever eat a turkey I will put some solt and peper. I will eat apple with my turkey. 3. My turkey is good my family loves my turkey. I thank the turkey is good. Alicia Seaman You buy a turkey. You put sisning on it. You put it into the stove. Then you take the turkey out. Then you have a turkey. Gdnyd Peterson First you nd a turkey. Next you rip of the feathers. Then you get a pot. Next you put some water in the pot. Then you boil the water. Next you put the turkey in the pot. Then you put the pot on the stove. Devin Popp you kill the turkey you take it home skin the turkey cook the turkey eat the turkey Chevin Thes is how you kuk a torkey. First you kel a torkey. Then you kuket. Then you but some sos in it, then you tak et the kent I tok et the bons, then I it it olyon. Tyler Boss First my mom bus the turkey, then my mom cooks the turkey, net we held he cook the turkey. Last we eat at it all of us. Randi Smith First you haf to get a trky and unfrus the trky. Next you need t cook it. Way you are cookin it you haft to bot sum sezinon tob of it, then wat tell its doo. Then cut it up and eta it. Will Brown On Thanksgiving I go to my aunt Robins house and I help her make a big turkey. I put ower on the turkey and I put salt and peper on it and I put grese in the crok pot and put the turkey in the crokpot what so you do to your turkey on thanksgiving. Markia Angove First kill the turcky. Seconde go buy the turkey. Thurd put it in th uvine. Fourth put it on 100 minits lost eat it for your holday have a good day be eating it good buy. Kaylee On Thanksgiving my mom and dad poot sesinin on it then thay poot it in the uvin then thay poot the uvin on six drgrese after it is dun cookin we cut it. Olivia York How we cook a turkey is rst we put some sesen on the turkey, sencen we wrap up the turkey in ten foy. Then we cook in on the grel buttful. Faliny we eat the good turkey. Asiah On thanksgiving we had turkey. We had to make it and we did, rst we take the plastik off. Then we put it in the uvin and tyn it on. Nexst we take I t out and sesnin it. Last we put chary on it. Tanner Day We poot the turkey in the pot then we let it cook. We take it out. Then we sesen it. Then we eat it. Deonta First my mom goes and buys turkey at a market on Thanksgiving. She gets a really big pan out. And she puts it on the pan. She bakes it for sixty menes. After sixty menes is over me and my mom tacke it out of the oven. She sets it on are plates thats how we make a turkey. Courtney You cook a turkey on Thanks giving. I put senceaning on it. I turn on the ovin. The temper is 10 menits and 20 secentis. When its done I take it out of the ovin and I let it cool of. When it cools of I take it out of the pan. Then me and my family eats it. Tate frist go to a store to buy a turkey for Thanksgiving. Then you put gres on the turkey. Then you have to put it in a pan to cook. Then you git it out. Then you have a turkey to eat. Olandrea First you put seesin on the turkey. Second, you put it in the oven and cook it on 60 and you leave it in the oven for 10 menets. Then you take it our. Finlly you eat it. Eli First my dad kills my turkey. Then clens the turkey. Next he puts seneiog on the turkey. Then puts the turkey in the u n 4 2 hous. Then were ready for Thanksgiving. Bailey HOW TO COOK A TURKEY by Washington County and Holmes County 2nd-graders 1zt you kill a turcky. 2nd you put it on the stove eyes 3rd put meat on it I would put it in the ovin for 10 seconds. Rheannah Hall You have to take the wrapper off. Then, you have to put stof ng in it, Next, you have to cook the turkey. Alissa Osburn First, you kill it and clen i. then put it in the oven, once it is done cooking take it our of the oven let it set and then eat it, Ryker Comton First, you put the turkey in the oven. Second, you wait a few hours. Then, you take the turkey our and pot pepper on it, last, you set the table, thats how you make a turkey. Toby Forhand This is how we coock a turckey at home. I take his guts out then i clean it. The I open it then I put the seaoning in it the I coock it. And eat it yu yum Alanna How you make a turkey at your house. First you go out and kill i. the next morning you clean the gust out of it and risne ir of. Next you put dressing in it ana rap it up. When this is all completed then you put it in the oven then bake it. And when its done then you eat the turkey. Yummy yummy yummy turkey is in my tummy, Lily Lamarre This his how my uncle cooks turkey. Me and my Uncle J-man (Jay) go hunting. We kill the turkey. We take it home. Cut his head off. And I take the gisserds ou. And then we take it inside, we skin it. Also the most important thing of all, th oven. And late on eating. MMMMMMMMMMMM! Dylan This is how we cook a turkey rst you tho it ovt over night in the moring we oeen it and er set the stov, and we git a pan and we set the pen on the stove and we kok it and we eat. Starla This is how we and rinse it. Next ou put ranch dressing and peper on it. And then wrap it up. When it is all done. You put it in the oven. When its all completed u wit and then you eat it, yum-yum that was good. Kaile Allen This is how we cook a turkey at my house. First we unerap the turkey the night before. Then we fry the turkey and we put pepper on the turkey. And we put salt on the turkey. Yummy in my tummy. Dailee Bell This is wo I cook a turkey. I take my turkey and I take it cuts out. Then I fri ir. Then I eat. Yum yum. Timothy Mason Lee This is how I cook a turkey. First my mom buys it, then I put grees on the turkey. And when Im done putting ggrees on it I put the turkey in the oven for the hole night. Tken it the morning I take it out of the oven. Then when its dinner time I eat it. Yummy in my tummy! I hope I make nother turkey next thanksgiving have you ever make a turkey? Marissa Heres how I woud make a turkey 1. Frist I will buy the turkey 2. then I put the suase on it 3. third I put it in the oven 4. and when its do cooking I let it cool 5. the wile it cooling I set the table6. I cook potatos and carv a pupkin 7. then I put the food on the table. 8. I pour pop in to cups for my family 9. the I add stuf ng in to a boul. 10. I put the chairs in to place. 11. I get the hiychair for my little sis 112. then I call my family to dinner 13. we sit down. 14 we hold hands 15 and we pray that is how I make a turkey dinner. Bailey Lambright If I was gowrg to cook a turkey I wlb go and bay a turkey. Thin I wude putet it in the uven. Then I will tacket awte and and thine im dun. Gracie Clark 1 heres hale you can make a turkey you can shot a turkey or you can buy one. 2. then you can put it in the uvin then you take it out. 3. then you can stuff it with the stu n. 4 then you have a turkey 5. I will have apals and cak and a pare. Jacob If I was cooking a turkey this I houw I would do it. with stuff. 3. I would cook it on a grill. 4. Befor it is done coocing I would baste it couse you would not like it 5. When its done you dig in. thats the youay you coock a turkey for ADARA POWELL ERILYN SMITH See TURKEY B2

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B ONIFAY Offering Inpatient and Outpatient Therapy Occupational Physical Speech N URS IN G & REH AB CE N TER Choosing the road to Recovery 24-hour Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation Gym Admissions 7 Days a Week ROGERS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Serving You Is Our Most Important Product *Property Insurance is not available in the state of Florida from Auto-Owners Insurance. *Property Insurance is not available in the state of Flordia from Auto-Owners Insurance. Wednesday, November 21, 2012 B2 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | Washington County News Extra First you put it in the uvph. Second you put it on 40. Third take it out. Fourth you kes it sit for awayl. Fith you get to eat it. Ian Thanksgiving. 4 mentenites. I put my turkey on the griayl. Firs sikl it. I lov to eat turkey. Have agood day. I love thun and turkey. Then put sesen on it Bradlee At thanksgiving. Forst you to to the stor. Thin you put it in th o n. You cok it for nin ninits. Tak it out. Evt jaml chrr or I, the nyou put it and pepr then put tater the taol. Then you reake some this els then you evtseom atlaterof. Hunter This is how you cook a turkey. First you go to the stor and get the turkey. Then you put sezning on it. Put it in the oven put the tepenter on 20. Then hete it up for an haror or so. When the timer goses off it is time to eat it for thanksgiving. Isabella At thanksgiving I will cook a turkey for thanksgiving. First we will buy the turkey for thanksgovong. I put sos on it and cook it. Lila I wok at 1-00 ther I put my cam of lauge then I got in my car there I went hint ther I killed the turkey ther I went home to cook I pu t hin in a dig pot in the soue. There I et there I eat in the Tiffany Barnes Cela turkey.and kut the scin tace out guts. Kut the hrt and luns. Put in a big big pan. Put in solt and pepr. Matthew Walters Hint a chrkey wid my dad. We din to chrkeys show up din I snowt the chrkey my dad hra o had chot the chrkey hery din we clen the lous uv the chrkey din I powt pipryon the chrkey welll we doid at we lkan eat the crke the in Gage Brock First I wokv perley to go hunt in gprop turkey and clen the and thef etn I bot it tdc it o it, Dalaine Seven years ago I hunted all day long. I was fresing to death. I was hunting fr turkey, wit my dad. My dad ded get yur ri son. I got my ri and shot a big turkey. We tuk hom. Ce cant eat it yet, we cut his hed off. We dont wont the feders so we have to tak them off. We have to get his stomak out. Then we get som watr in a pot and put him ove a camp r mama puts salt and pepr in it and then brbq. It cooks a long time and then I eat it. Brycen Pruett Fist I get up in the mooig. Then I pet my camo ouge. Then I go two the truck. Then go we drove in. I get home will cut the turkey hed. Then I vut the foot. Then she pet the ufn. She pet the pet dowr. My foesy eat the turkey. Jayme Baker I go wit mom to the grosry stor. We nd a fat turke. Mama pad thirty dollars for it. We took it hom and took the stuff out of it. We cut the turke off the bones. Mama lets me put a lot of pepr on it. Then we pored something out of a red box it the pot. Thn I hav to turn the stov on to get hot. Thn my mom sticks it in the stov. I wach it thru the window. It turns brown and we get it out and eat it with som corn. Logan Hallmark First by the turkey at the groshry store. Second go home and cook the turkey for 30 minutes and win the turkey done tuke the turkeys fetars abd take the fetars, then put things like vinger last jet the tuble. Christopher First you kill the turkey. Second you pull off the feathers and put it in the oven or the turkey cooker. Then you turn the oven on high. Finally you get the table set up. And last you eat the turkey with your family or by your self. Have a great day. Peyton Gainey First you buy the turkey at the stor. Next you un rap the turkey. Then you cook the turkey. Last you stuff the turkey. Finaley you can have a delishous turkey. Mason Brock First you go to the growshrey stor and you can by a turkey with $.20 for one pound. Second you tack it home and boil the turkey. Then you put it in the aven and pat it on for 30 minits. Last you eat the turkey. Kill the boy turkey it is the tasteyest of all. Boy. Kiersten First get the turkey. Second put the turkey in the oven cut the oven on 60 dugres Farinhit. Then sesen the turkey. Last you get the turkeyout of the oven. Finally you share it Hallie Fowler First you put it on a pan thin you put it in the ovin. Second you let it backe for a littit. Last you take it out of the ovin you take the turkey on plates thin when you put it on the plate you let it cool off when it cools off you can eat it. Jack Shackelford First you cut open the turkey and wash the turkey. Second you take the faat out of the turkey. Then you seasen the clean turkey. Next you stuff it. Finally you put it in the oven on meadeem high. Thats it. Oh and enjoy. Kirstyn Brown First poot the turkey in the oven. Second poot the oven o 15 minets. Then poot peper on the turkey. Finally tack the turkey out of the oven and let it cool of. Last you can eat it. Mason G. This is how to cook a turkey. First you bie the turen and when you get home sesen the turkey. Second you put the turkey in the uven. Then you take the turkey out and stuff it with the turkey meat. Last if you are eating at someones house you take it to there hous. Finally you get to eat the turkey. Allyson Duke First you by a turkey. Second you sesen it. Then you get the oven the write temptrer. Finly you put the triangl in it. Last you take the tringl out and eat the turkey. Grace Rutherford First you warm uo the pane then you put the turkey in the pan. Second you cook the turkey. Then youtake it and cut the turkey. Finally you sisin in it last you eat the turkey. Mason Shef eld First you get the turkey alt of the frezer. Second you make sher you have a pen. Then you can hvnt the turkey or you can pbe it. Finally you can put it in the uvin. Last it is dun and you can eat it. Haiden First you go huntin for a tukey. Second than you take it home. Then take the thers off. Finally stick it in the uvin. Last you have you meal. Jacob Duke First you cub the turkey wheth buterr and second you put him in the oven and eat turkey. And it will be good. I love it. These is oles hiss love. These yayan rashcz. I love Mrs. Smothers. Tayken First you to to the stor duy a tarkeys int foet. Something to cook the turkey. Then you gut it in th turkey in the pot. Filly you tet to cook. Last you tak it out and ate it. Sean First you got to buy the turckey. Next, to let it fall out of the bag. Then you got to put it in the offen for 100 minnits. And then you got to tack it out of the offen and whant inteel it cooks off. Finnally you can eat the turckey and put spisses on it. Winter First mom gets the turkey. Next you let it thow out. Then gandmall backs the turkey in the oven. Finally we eat it by. Amber Moore First my mom and dad buys the tukey. Next my mom staff it then put it in the one. Then my mom cut the tukey. Finally then we eat the tukey all gone. Jassmine Brock This rst is how you cook a terky. First you let the terky thow out next then you put the water in tth pot then put in the terkey. Finilly you put in your ingreateends. Last you take it our and eat it yam! Yam? Yam! Blake I put the trcey in the ovenene. My family trcey is dun. You let it cool off. We ate the tracey. Corey First you go to the refrigerater and get the turkey. Next you let the turkey thow out in water. Then you stuff in the turkey. Finally you can bake the turkey Teina Firat you by the terckey and take it out. Next you put salt, pepper, slap ya mama sesin, and garleck. Then you cook it. Than you take it out. Last you eat it. Pweied end of story by by see you later. James Garner First I by a trcky. Next I let it thow out. Then I put it in the oven. Finally I eat some trcky. Brianna First you biy the trky. Next you dfrost the trky. Then you poot it in the uvin. Finally you take it out of the uvin in poot it on the plates in poot it on the table. Tice Paul First you got to cill the turcky. Next you take the skin off. Then you put it in the uven. Finally you take it out of the uven and you can eat it. Abby First you put some good stuff on the trge. Next you put the trge in th uven and take it out. Then put some leves all around it. Mary First I go to the store. Next we buy the turkey. Then we go home when we get home we stuff it nally we put it in the oven. When it is done we all eat it. James First you kill the turcky. Next you stuff the turkey then you bake the turcky. Finally you eat the turcky Makenna First I catc the turkey. Next I stuff the turkey. Then I cook the turkey. Finally I eat the turkey at thanks giveing. Alesia Forst o hunt the turcenck. Next my mom cook it. Then my mom puts it in the oven. Last my mom take it out then we eat it. Tom GRACE AND GLORY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL cill 2 turkeys pluk it fethers cut fat and sed of his haad boil about 2 hours dot wont to hot salt it peper it spicis to take one out take the uther out cut it square slices put a bunch of kechup on it make dressing put it on slices of lettes put around tuckerys vallaw Raean Corbin go nd a turkey and kill it clen it seon it rap it in tenfol and put it in a pan and cook for hours and not done cook for 3 minits. Mykenzie Weeks buy a turkey meat ion a store wash it very good put it in the oven then put it on a plate and wala. Mia Carrillo You get the turkey You poot into the ofen Then you poot it in the ofen for one more main Thank you eat Janzen Kindelspire kill it and droil the turkey and cook it and give it to the store Gabriel Verill Cook the turkey Put on the lemon seasoning Cook mashed poatatos Put it in for an hour Put timer on the oven Set the table for the turkey Eat it with some tea Jerryamah Robinson buy it cook it for a 1 oururers take out the bones scrap off the bood Quincy Worthington Got to the stor Put the turkey in the fridge. Then put some seasoning on the turkey and put it on the stove and then let it cook and then cut it. Madison Hayes First you cill the turkey thin you suck up the vlud and cook it and seasoning and thats all Nathan Get a turkey take the feather of the turkey so it is clean. Then you put some special seasoning. Time to cook put it in the oven for 1 half of an hour Time to set the diner table. The turkey is ready take it out get some cranbetty sauce and peas. Well done. By. Claudia Bella Boyd Bonifay Elementary School I think how to cook a turkey is to uf it whith seasoning then put it in the oven for 1 awer then tak it out and let it cool then when it is cool tack it out side then invite your fanily and injoy your turkey Karlee Chitty First you kill the turkey. Second you pluck the turkey. Third you clean the turkey. Fourth you season the turkey. Fith you stuff the turke with cornbread. Sixth you cook the turkey. Seventh you eat the turkey. We are thinking about having lasagna for thanksgiving. If you have lasagna for thanksgiving we wouldnt have to kill one. Casey Johnson Capcher a turkey then get it fat for 2 bunch of meat then get a ri or a nutheher wepen and shot it and then take it in side and put it in oven and cook it. Bradly Marell I thenk I no haw to mak a turkey you friy it and you put drokle in it and ten you put it wn a plat and you have thants geveng dinr the in. Railee Oost First put the turkey in the oven. Next then you take it out of the oven. Last then you eat the turkey. Taylor Powell First you put it in a pan and then you put it in the oven and you cook it then it is dune. Jaylee Patterson First you put it in a big pot. And thin you put it in the oven. Pasiley Williams How do you think to cook a turkey. Cut the turkeys head. And cook the turkey. Skyle Ssapia Puts sesen in it and put it on the uvin and sesen it more and wine it is dune lete it cole dune. Jacob Broxton I thank how to cook a turkey you buy a turkey from the store and you put it in the oven and you let it set in oven for a fyow minitse in thin tack it ant in thatse how I hank you cook a turkey. Terra Peacock I think the way too cook a turkey is rst you buy the turkey. Next you un rapit. Next you cook the turkey. Last dut not lest you eat the turkey. Cameron Lindesy First you back the turkey then you sesene the turkey with all difrint sesene. My mommy pots salt and peper. Abby I thin the way to cook a turkey is rst you buy the turkey and thin you unrape the turkey and thin you cook the turkey. Creek Kelly Stip 1 by the turkey. Stip 2 phot the turkey in the uven. Stip 3 what for the uven to go ding that is ol the stips. Robert Sprague Step 1 : hunt a turkey. Step 2: pluk it. Step 3: wash it good. Step 4: put 1 or 2 spices and cookit. Radie First you need to defrost the turkey. Then you need to get a big bowl then you need to wash it. After that you need to spice the turkey. Last you need to cook the turkey. Jordon You can hunt a turkey. We can defreeze. You can cook it on a grill. You own cook a turkey on the stove. Shakana First put it in water. You put secaning on it. You put a can in it. Then you can add some more secaning to the turkey. Than mack shore there are no more fat in it. Cook it. Then eat it. Aubry I go to the stuw and buy a turkey. Ttin I run whotr thin I put the turkey in the whotor. I wate for 10 mints ttin I put butr on my turkey. And I put the turkey in the uvin. Ashlyn First hunt or diy. Sekcon you cluck the fethers thered you wash the turkey. Fourth wy youre cooking the turkey poot it in the sesneaing. Fith you poot it in the oven. Sixth, you chop it up. Seventh you eat it, Ana-Lynn You want to cook a turkey for a hour or tow and rst you want to defrosen your turkey. Nathan You can cook it and ckile it you can butrit cook the turkey in the grille or the uvin. Selena You have to kill it. You cluck the fethers. Your wash it. You cook it. You have to give it out. Now you eat. Hunter Buy a turkey or hurt a turkey. Put a turkey on the oven thay put sum sot on the turkey. Thay cop it up. Thay you get a plat. Thay you get a fook. Thay you or rit to eat the turkey. Dylan I go to kil the turkey in the woods with my dad and then wii kooc the turkey on the stov and poot sisining solt on it Ryan You can hunt it you can buy it you can clean it out you put it on gril or stove or roste it. Zachary First you kill it or buy it and then you pull out the fethers out or defrost after that cook it and after that you seson it and thed you eat it. After you eat it you brak the wish bone. Gabe First you faft to hunt don the turkey then you cook the turkey then you pluck the fether rhen cook the turkey then enjoy. Aiden Firt I would by the turkey from the store. Then I would defrost it. And then I would butter it. Then I would put seasoning on it. And then I would cook it. And last I would eat it. Mikayla Firt you have to cile the turkey and then you have to pluck the feths off of the turkey and then you have to put it in the pan. Morgan First, my dad goes to nd a turkey and gets the turkey. He puts it in the oven or stove we love it and they put there stuff on it and I put my stuff on it sometime my mom. My put the same stuff on it and cus hers up or Ijust puts it plain but my daddy I dont now he put his but I will now how I thaink we put it in the oven put it on 5 mintis or more some times it haink we accshu put ketchup on my brouthers. We stuff it up with salt, pepper, and vegetables all the time to make it tastey and heal thy and good my family comes to come sellabrate Thanksgiveing my nanny, more more my grate granny, papa, mommy daddy. Savannah Porter How to bake a Thanksgiving turkey fecst grownsug at and fryer and pineapples you get a pan and bred grtlse wden bake it and salt and that is cll. How to back a Thanksgiving turkey Xavier First you git a twkey then you take the fethers off of it then you but gut it the you turn the oven on for 5 haurs then you out it in the oven then you set up the table. First you pour the drinks in the cups you about need 14 cups and then the oven ring then you take the turkey our of the oven and then you put BBQ sauce on it and then eat Jax I stuff the turkey and then I put in the oven and then I akit owt and I put coklet on it and I put butter on it and I put a apple hi in mooth and then I put leted no the turkey and then I cut tmatoe and put it arownd the turkey. Haley I now how to make a Thanksgiving turkey you go to the store and buy oil and get back in the car and go hom then get a pan and than get a knife than get the turkey and put it in the oven and put 10:00 min than get it out of the oven than stuff the turkey and put some BBQ on it than your done. That is how to make a Thankgiveing turkey. Alesha How to bak a turey. Frast you cling it thin you cut it you stof it thin thin you put it in the oven thin you wat a little bit thin you are duon. Erin How to bake a Thanksgiving turkey you put the turkey in the ze. Wine it is dune you put it in a pan wine you do that you git the salt and rude it in the turk wine you do that wine you put it in the oven. Wine you do that you drae it out them ruo turkey is dune. Jewels 1st get turkey fryer out. 2nd turn it on 3rd get turkey. 5th get oil out on turkey fryer. 6th I would get a preety plate to put it on when im done but im not done. 7th then start ippen it for a shile. 8th then after you ippled it about 5 minutes again and then youe done. 10th fwt plate and BBQ and ketchup and ranch. 11th. Get some fruit and vegatbles to set around twrey. 12th get salt and pepper. Carmen bread apple brown sugar choclate grapes cinnamon butter cinnamon sugar salt pineapples BBQ Hot sauce Hot ciped Sugar Ressie Salt Apple jackes Cookie crumes Cupcake sprikles Icine NOAH MITCHELL TURKEY from page B1 HARLEY See TURKEY B3

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Spices sugar Apple sauce Oven Lane First get a turkey next cinnimin next BBQ next ranch next butter then put it in the oven get it out and put salt and pepper on it the put hot sause on it River I am going to bak at urkr forst. Furst pot the turkrt for and a hav mis and put som butter and thin put some our and thin put som brown sugar and salt and ranch and cut sum apple and pinea apple Jaylee I use our. Then I put it in the stove. Then I put ketup on the turkey. Then I put bread in the fryer. Then I put BBQ on it. Then I stufng in it. Then I cook it with a pan. Then I pat ranch. Then I put salt on it. Then I put grease on it. Then I put brown sugar on it. Then I pat butter on it. Then I put apple on it. Then I put oil on it. Then I put it in the oven. Then I put hot sauce. Aleczandra How to kake a thanksgiveing turkey. First you yos oil then you yos salt then you yos rach then you yos a apple theny you yos BBQ then you yos our then you yos gas butter then you yos hot sauce then you yos vegetables then you yos lettuce then you yos ketchup then you yos poter then you yos brown sugar then you yos pan then you yos a stove then you yos hat then you yos ered then you yos stufng. Hayle Revels How to bake t a thinkgiving turkey. Thikgivin is fun. My mom is the best turkey baker. My dad is beter then my mom by baken a turkey. This year my ant is baken a turkey. I never sin her baken a turkey befor. I hop it will be good. I Love thankgiving it is fun. Next year my dad is baken a turkey. Hannah Anderson How to bake a thanksgiving turkey. Ou put in a pan then put it on the stove and put oil and then put ourand then put apples n it then let it cook for about a hour then ster it and put ranch and put some of brown sugar and put a lot of lettuce than you chek on it and it it is not done than put brad on it then see if it is done and if it is done you can take it out. Kylee Duplesis How to bake a terky poot it in a pan and poot butter aon the and poot bbq sose on the terky and terkey baste thak the terkey. 2 houre Matthew Thakgiving is a holiday my pernts set the ovin on 15 mints when the turkey is done they put salt perpe and getle it the turkey Michael How to make a turkey. On Thanksgiving we make a turkey. We stuff the turkey then we poor souse o n it. Me and my brother like to help but they want let us. They put seasaning on it. Then we put it in the ove. Then w eat it. Then the kibs go outside and play games. Me and my friend Madison sellers like to play hide and go seek. One time know onw could nd me nely I poped out of my hideing place they nely fond me. i won the game one of my friends Austin Gndlesperger got mad at me Levi Hodge was jumping on the trenplen and he fel down. Kadence On Thanks giveing you nd a turkey. Then you cook the turkey and then when it is done you cut the turkey and then you eat it. Caitlyn Terkey is cook bie my gamoa and me st my gramoa pops the tukey in the ovin and in 15 mins the turkey is done and my grama put pen on the tueken and then my grama pus sot no the turkey they turkey is done. Alexis The pot gos on the tabk. And you eat it together. It is good. My mom macks it good on thanksgiving. Kaleigh I love thanksgiving but ther is one othor thang that I love about Thanksgiving and that is the turkey I love the turkey becus it feds my famule. My mom cooks the she poots a little buter on the turkey then she cooks grits and she poots sum chis on the grits. Landon Crosby On Thanksgiving my grandma cooks a turkey she stufs it and we eat it. Every holiday my grandma makes a big diner. Paten Me and my dady go out in the woodes and go shooting turkey. And me and my grama cook turkey. Me and my brother play vido games. Austin On Thanksgiving I help my mom cook a turkey on Thanksgiving and she invist friends and family to ate food and have fun. Hannah On Thanksgiving I eat turkey at the church and I eat turkey at my house. I eat turkey at my Grannys I eat tuekey at my Grammys my mom cooks turkey in the uvan Alexis We eat turkey together. Me and my mom make turkey together. Some time I make tukey by my self. I love turkey. So does my family. I love thanksgiving. Kimberley We wat turkey together. My mom and dad bake it in the oven. Kalen You get a turkey and then you bake him and stuff him then put solt and papr on him then you eat it Levi We poot hot soce in the turkey in thin coock the turkey and the next mornen we eat him Chance The way you get a turkey ready for Thanksgiving is you go to the store get a turkey. Then you put it in the oven. Then when it is done take it out of the oven. Cade Stof a turkey and kacke and make shor you check your turkey and macke it rite. Lariah On thanksgiving day my dad cels a turkey and vit sit it in the uven then stuffs it then we all eat. Then we play game Clay How to kook a terkey put it in the uvin keep it in the uvin for a our. Take the terkey out of the uvin. Let theterkey cool doun. Whin it is thakxgitveing. I go to my ant and I eat whith my family Jayden Hou to cook a thaxkgive I put my trke in the uvin fo 1 mini. Caremy The ferst step is to put it in the oven for 5 owrs then take it out of the oven then you let your parentes ckut it in to slisies Jacob My mom boys at uke fp the ks giving put the turke in the ufen 57 menes Dominic I wode cook a terkey ferst I would clen the terkey then I wood briy the terkey and poot it on the chrau and I wood pop it in the oven that is hawe I wood cook a terkey Dellany My mother will cook a turkey on thanks giving on thanks giveing my family and me celubrate thanks giveing. My family love thanks giveing. My family cook a turkey on thanks giveving. Ethan How to make a tukie. Frist my mom washis the tukie. Second you put it in a pan. Third you bake. Four you take the tukie out of the oven. Five you see ef it is hot enof. Six you bake alittle longer. Seven you kute it up. Eight you set it on the counter let it set for 2 min. nine you let it set for alittle longer. Ten you put some sous on the tukie. Elefen you put the tukie in a pan and you take the tukie and if you dont have children who dont like peper ef they do put peper. Thelve ef you dont like peper dont put peper. Therten ef you do like peper you do put peper on it. Grace First tack the tirke and put it in the pan and wat about 20 min and then ip it over and tack the tirke and put it in the oven and add ower and mix it togther. Tack the tirke and then put soues on the tirke put soult on it to. Tack it and lay it on a napken. Amelia I cook my torkey like this I put it in the uven then I take it out and seasand it and I put it back in the uven I take it out of the uven and seasand it and a test it to see if it is done and it was done and we ate it som and I shar with my parents. Makayla How to cook a turky rst you buy the turky. Then you skin it alittle. Tird you spice it up alittle bit. 4th put it in the huven for 20 mitne. 5th take it out and then you cut it up and havit you famliy over and have a geat meal. And then you famliy would love your food and they will come over every thanks givein. Cheyenne Hawou to cook a turcke ferst get a netle and shuve it in the turcke and get the loose aout of the turcke then cook the turcke for ten menets then cute the turcke that haweu to macke a turcke. Kyle Halle to macke a torcke. you wosh a pan you cook the torck in a pan you cook the torcke in the uvin for 5 minis thin you tack the torck alte of uve then put shrip ierald it. Emma My famly cooks a turkey for Thanksgiving and this is how they do it. rst they buy the turkey then they put it in the oven and let it set for about ve minutes then they take it out of the oven and then they stick a beer bodle up its butt and then we eat it. Xavier How to make a turke arst you clene it than you put it in a pan than you put it in then on than you coke it than you put a kide of soice than you take it out of the on. Tanner if Ill cook a turcky i would put it in a pan and i would fry it omyomy it is good Brianna First me and my dad go hunting for a turkey. Next, we clean him. Then my mom washed him. Later we all help cook him. After we fry him. Last we set the table get ready to eat the turkey. Keegan This is how you make a turkey. Buy a turkey than put it in the oven. Than take it out of the oven. Than you cut it up and your parnts needs to help you cuting. Than put it on a plate and eat it. Clayton Frst I buy ir. Naex I get the ingredse. Last I put it in the oven and then I let it coul off. Kateyn First you hafto put it in the oven. Nexs you haf to put it on a timer. Last you sait it on the tabl so it can cool of. I am gowing to eat it. Taylor Dirst by a turkey at the storey. Second put spara on the pan. Thand put the turkey on the pan. Fourth put the turkey i the oven. fth take the turkey ote oevn. Sith let the turkey cole of. Kaydence I hunt turkeys on thanks giving for a thanks giving deat. First i get a pot and strae it so the turkey would not stike. Then I ll the pot with hot water. Nest I put the turkey in the pot to let it boil and I set it for two minenis when the turkey is done it is time for thanks giving. Kendall I will hunt a turkey. I will put it in the stove. Then I will do my job. And my freinde was pleshd to give me anout her one. So I was fell. So I give him one to. We where done. We had all ate the turkey. The end. Christopher First I willl go to the store and buy a turkey. Next: I will let my turkey thaw out. Then: I will boil my turkey and then let it cool off. Last: I will season the turkey and put vegtables around it and eat it. Rebecca First Ill put it on the grill. Next Ill let it cook. Last Ill get it out. Then Ill let it cool off then well eat it. Courtney My mom bies a turkey frum the stor and macks the turkey. for thancs giving she poots it in the oven. and she licks it very mutch. So I love my mom the end. Corey First Ill put it in the oven. Next Ill take it out of the oven. Then Ill wate for the turkey to cool off. Last Ill eat it. Loreili I will hunt to cuce a turkey. Then I towe the turkey in the oven. Then I take the turkey out uve the oven. Then we all eat the turkey. Gabe First you biy one. Next you put the turkey in the oven. Last you eat it. Abi Firt I will put the turkey on the stove. and I will put sum sot on the turkey and eat it. Aligah First I will buy a turkey. Next I will cook the turkey in the oven. Last I will eat the turkey. Xander I will biy it frome the stor then tack it home. thenn put in the sove then I will put it on 95 minits then tack it out uv the uven check the thumometer and if it not dun put It back in the uven then let it sit in a little longer the cum back then check it a gen now its dun. then I and mi famliy and my Brothers and Sister will eat it all Adara Before you cook a turkey. You must catch one. Then you must breany the turkey home. Then you must cook it on the stove. And thhen win it is done you must take it off the stove. And the you must let it cool off and then it is time to eat the turkey. Zeb You catch a turkey then you cut it then you put it in the oven Payton 1. Stuff the turkey 2. season it 3. put it in the oven 4. wait for the turkey 5. eat it Allie 1. I turn on the oven. 2. I get the turkey out of the fridge. Then i put the souse on it. Thne i put it in the aven. Jose turn on the oven and put it in the oven Lacie First turn on the oven and then you put turkey in the oven and then you wair ore until it is ready. Ben frist bute the turkey in the oven Then turn on the oven to bake then turrkey anb eat the turkey. Katherine rst We fo to the shop to get some turkey. Second you stuf it up. then you poot it in the oven. last you eat the turkey. Tyler Fistr you biy the turkey feam the stor. Socnd you stof the turkey with stong than you coke the turkey. LeeAnn rst take the fethers out. Arer that put it in the oven. then take it out of the ovun and eat it. Hunter First you buy the turkey turn on the oven then out the turkey and then lay it on the palant and eat and if you lie it buy one. Kayla turn on the oven let it wham up then put the turkey in the oven fore 60 mitnit Carson frst ur corf it ten ur put it in the hurfen ten ur eit it. Kollin Firs, you turn on the oven. second you put the stuff on it. then, you let it bake Next your getit oute Last, you eat it. Savanna Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Extra Washington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | B3 Crossword PUZZLESOLUTION ON PAGE B5 TURKEY from page B2 See TURKEY B6JAX SIMS

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By THE REV. JAMES L. SNYDER Special to Extra Let me make it clear right up front that Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. I admit I am not too fond of many holidays. Can a week go by without some holiday that shuts down everybody? I celebrated Veterans Day, for example, on Sunday, and the next day I went to the bank and discovered the bank was celebrating Veterans Day on Monday. Dont they know what day it is? I trust these people with my money? Of all the holidays we have, Thanksgiving is high on my list. I used to have a high regard for my birthday, but so many of them have come that I do not like them anymore. I am ready to cancel that holiday. My birthday only means I am one year older and not one whit wiser. I am not thinking just about the scrumptious Thanksgiving dinner. OK, maybe I am, a little. Down through the years, I have been great fraternity buddies with eating. We have bonded so great throughout the years that even now, that bonding is beginning to show. I like Thanksgiving, and so I am a little confused about these sanity-challenged buffoons who are allergic to the word Thanksgiving. They want to use names like, Turkey Day, and the latest one T-Day. What the T stands for is anybodys guess. I know what D-Day stands for, but all the gray matter has leaked out of my skull trying to gure out what T-Day stands for. Given the rationality of these purveyors of insanity, I can only guess. Looking at what is happening to this great holiday, I have uncovered a con so covert that most people do not know it is going on. I call it the great Thanksgiving con. This is especially true for those who call it Turkey Day. First off, everybody says nice things about the turkey. The more the turkey struts, the more the compliments ow his way. What the turkey does not know is that when these Turkey Day people are looking at the turkey, they are also licking their lips. It is not the beautiful feathers that interest them. It is not the way the turkey proudly struts back and forth. The frame these people want to see the turkey in is a roasting pan. They want to get rid of all those feathers the turkey is so proud of and strip him bare so that he ts nicely in the roasting pan. The last few weeks of the turkeys life are rather remarkable. These people will give the turkey everything it wants. More food than the turkey can gobble up. What the turkey does not know is that there is a destiny in store for him. With all the attention paid him, he has the idea that everybody appreciates him for his looks. If this turkey would ever spend an evening watching television with his human host, he would gather the idea that the most important thing in all the world is how you look. Looking into the mirror, the turkey is quite proud of what he sees. He assumes what he sees looking in the mirror is what his human host sees when they look at him. How wrong can a turkey be? The con begins to unfold. Rumors are ying about that there is a great banquet being prepared in his honor. Any turkey would be proud of this kind of development and look forward to being the guest of honor. In fact, as the turkey struts back and forth in front of his human hosts, he hears them saying, Wont that turkey look good at our dinner table? Whose head wouldnt turn hearing this kind of a compliment? What the turkey does not know is that being a guest at a dinner table is a one-time event for a creature like himself. Any turkey worth his feathers does not think beyond this great feast being held in his honor. I can imagine the gobble back in the turkey pen with the other turkeys. This great big, goodlooking turkey, is telling all the others how important he is on the other side of the fence. Being the kind of turkey he is, his gobble wins over the admiration of the other turkeys. Im so special, the turkey gobbles to his inferiors, that those humans are having a special banquet, and I am the special guest of honor. The rest of the turkeys are ooohing in his direction, for they never seen anyone quite as special as this turkey. The fatal day arrives. People come for the turkey, and the rest of the turkeys have gathered around giving him a special turkey sendoff. They cannot wait to hear his report when he gets back from the special banquet. I say this is a con to beat all cons. Wrong messages are being sent to the turkey population. Thinking they are the guest of honor, they turn out to be the main dish on the banquet table. This is why I am against the term Turkey Day. It sends the wrong message. The focus around our table on this special occasion will not be the turkey but rather giving thanks to God who has been so good to us. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name (Psalms 100:4 KJV). The Rev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship, PO Box 831313, Ocala, FL 34483. He lives with his wife, Martha, in Silver Springs Shores. Call him at 866-552-2543, email jamessnyder2@ att.net or visit www. jamessnyderministries. com. But when the holy Spirit comes upon you, you will be lled with power, and you will be my witnesses... Place your message here for only $8.00 per week. First Baptist Church come as you are Mike Orr, Pastor 1300 South Blvd. PO Box 643 Chipley, Florida (850) 638-1830 Place your message here for only $8.00 per week. Saying Grace The act of sa ying grace before meals is common to most cultures, and has its roots in antiquity. The common Catholic grace which runs Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from thy bounty, through Christ our Lord, Amen is found in the Gelasian Sacramentary, a Catholic service book which dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. An even simpler grace is the prayer which runs Lord, bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others. If you grew up saying grace before each meal, as I did, you may have become deaf to the meaning of the words. We are often struck most when we hear a prayer or a poem When I recently heard an even simpler version of the above prayer, i.e., Bless this food to our use and us to thy service, I was moved by its simplicity. Growing up Catholic, however, and hearing the Catholic grace every single day of my life, I grew numb to that prayers renewed meaning in the prayer, when I realized that the relatively short prayer contains three separate prayers, a prayer of petition (Bless us, O Lord), a prayer of Thanks (implicit in the words gifts and bounty), and a prayer of exaltation (through Christ our Lord). There are many ways to say Grace, and perhaps the simplest way is to bow your head and thank God for His goodness. BROWN FUNERAL HOME 1068 Main Street, Chipley 638-4010 Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser This Message Courtesy of For everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it isre ceived with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 FAITH Wednesday, November 21, 2012 B Page 4 Section www.bonifaynow.com | www.chipleypaper.com St. Matthews plans Thanksgiving Day service CHIPLEY St. Matthews Episcopalian Church in Chipley will hold a Thanksgiving Day service of Holy Communion at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22. Leonia Baptist Church Thanksgiving Dinner LEONIA Leonia Baptist Church will have a free, community-wide Thanksgiving dinner at noon Thursday, Nov. 22, at the church, 1124 Gillman Road off Highway 181. Come join us, and bring a friend. For more information call 956-9992. Church to host Miracle Baby Testimony BONIFAY Rachael Hatcher will speak at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25, at Bethany Baptist Church, giving testimony about a baby that wasnt supposed to be born because of complications, but because of a miracle of God was born with a minor handicap. Please come and hear what God has done. The church is at 1404 Highway 70 North, 10 miles north of Bonifay. For more information, call Pastor Johnie Bradshaw at 547-2550 or Herman Sellers at 548-5801. Life Recovery meetings at FBC BONIFAY The Life Recovery Group will provide Christcentered, 12-step recovery meetings from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the annex adjacent to First Baptist Church Bonifay. The meetings are free, and the group is certi ed by the Florida Department of Children and Families as a Faith-Based Outpatient Recovery Group. Most of us have struggled with some addictive behavior abusing alcohol, tobacco, food, pornography or legal or illegal drugs. If you or anyone you know has been struggling with any of these or other addictive behaviors and seriously wants a change in his or her life, he or she is welcome at these meetings. For more information, call us at 547-2420. Bro. Jackie Register, 63 of Graceville went home to his Lord and Savior on Monday, Nov. 12, 2012. Bro. Jackie was born in Holmes County, on May 9, 1949. A graduate of Poplar Springs High School, Class of 1967 and a graduate of Florida Baptist Theological College (now known as BCF), Class of 1998. He was a former pastor of Rocky Creek Baptist Church, Ariton Baptist Church, Piney Grove Baptist Church and Malone First Baptist Church. Bro. Jackie was also a Chaplain with Covenant Hospice of Marianna. He was a supporter of Heavens Way Biker Church. A loving son, husband, father, grandfather, brother, nephew and friend, who will be truly missed by all. Preceded in death by his father, Lloyd Register. He is survived by his beloved wife of 41 years, Linda Allen Register; mother, Bonnie Ceil Register; children, Susan Kerr (Rick), and Chris Register (Shonda) all of Graceville; siblings, Mary Lou Johnston (John), Slocomb, Ala., Betty Sue Taylor (Ken), Panama City, Myrle Worley (Dale), Graceville, Gerald Register (Janice), Graceville, Allen Register (Mary Ann), Chipley, Wanda Gail Mattox (Estal), Graceville; grandchildren, R. D., Andrew, Cody, Blake, Stetson, and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. A graveside service was held at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 at Marvin Chapel with Bro. Chris Franklin of ciating, with James & Lipford Funeral Home in Graceville directing. In lieu of owers family request memorials be made to Covenant Hospice 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E. Marianna, Florida 32446. Expressions of sympathy can be made at www.jamesandlipford. com/. Jackie Register Mr. Wilford Forehand, age 76, of Bonifay, passed away Nov. 12, 2012, at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. He was born Jan. 9, 1936 in Bonifay, to the late Leslie and Vera Mae Cooper Forehand. In addition to his parents, Mr. Forehand was preceded in death by his wife, Clemmie Forehand; a son, Wayne Thomas; and a greatgrandson, Caleb Ward. Mr. Forehand is survived by a son, Earl Forehand and wife, Donna, of Caryville; a daughter, Kathy Bonner and husband, Rodney, of Corsicana, Texas; three brothers and their families, Wilmer Forehand of Bonifay, Wayne Forehand of Westville and Robert Forehand of Bonifay; two sisters and their families, Jearlean Carnley of Bonifay, and Phyllis Mancill of Crestview; 12 grandchildren, Craig Pitts, Jeremy Thomas, Sheila Ward, Clinton Forehand, Matt Hughes, Zachary Skinner, Jaime Maines, Stetson Edwards, Sierra Forehand, Anthony Forehand, Kyndall Forehand, and Aubrey Adkins; and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, at Church of Jesus Christ in Caryville, with the Rev. Edward Williams of ciating. Interment followed in the Sellers Cemetery with Peel Funeral Home directing. Family received friends from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Peel Funeral Home. Wilford Forehand Mr. Huey Teddie Ted Cullifer, age 61, of Westville, passed away Nov. 10, 2012, at his home. He was born July 27, 1951, in Chipley. Mr. Cullifer was preceded in death by his father, Huey Nathaniel Cullifer; his parents, Fred and Wilma Cullifer; and a grandson, Chuck Watson. Mr. Cullifer is survived by his wife, Kathy Lee Price Cullifer of Westville; two daughters, Belinda Watson and husband, Gary, of Westville, and Mitzi Edwards and husband, John, of Westville; one sister, Alice Reeder of Slocomb, Ala.; one half-brother, Rickey Odom of Warner Robins, Ga.; one halfsister, Brenda Fitzmorris of Pensacola; mother and stepfather, Mary Nell Odom and Alton Odom of Geneva, Ala.; three grandchildren, Courtney Watson, Kole Hicks and Megan Jennings; ve step-grandchildren, Cody Edwards, Dusti Edwards, Lacey Edwards, Ethan Edwards and Ty Jennings, and one stepgreat-grandchild, Kiley Edwards. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at Open Pond Church with the Rev. Steven Connell of ciating. Interment followed in the Camp Ground Cemetery with Peel Funeral Home directing. Family received friends from 1-2 p.m. Wednesday at Open Pond Church. Huey T. Cullifer Obituaries See OBITUARIES B5 Dont fall for the great Thanksgiving con Faith BRIEFS It is not the beautiful feathers that interest them. It is not the way the turkey proudly struts back and forth. The frame these people want to see the turkey in is a roasting pan.

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He worked as a cattle rancher. He was preceded in death by his father and his brother, Terry Keith Hogan. He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Glenda Hogan of Vernon; mother, Selma Joyce Hogan of Minneola; son, Ricky Hogan (Ashley) of Ponce de Leon; two daughters, Chrystal Hood (Michael) of Geneva, Ala., and Amanda Perry (Adam) of Wausau; three brothers, Huey Hogan of Coleman, Bently Hogan (Valerie) of Summerset, Ky., and Timothy Hogan of Liberty, Ky.; and three grandchildren, Autumn, Jenifer and Jesika Perry. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, with visitation one-hour prior at Abigail Free Will Baptist Church with the Rev. John Cook Jr. of ciating. Cremation followed with Obert Funeral Home of Chipley in charge of arrangements. Eston Hogan Dr. Andrew Jack Leavins, age 73, of Westville, passed from death unto life Nov. 8, 2012, at Flowers Hospital, Dothan. He was born Nov. 29, 1938, in Bonifay, to the late Dave and Mary Leavins. Dr. Leavins was a graduate of Florida State University, University of West Florida and Auburn University, where he earned a doctorate in vocational education. He was a retired teacher, having taught math, chemistry, physics and vocational skills to Holmes County students for more than 30 years. He was several times named Teacher of the Year for his work in instituting a comprehensive vocational program at Hillcrest School in Bonifay. A retired military of cer with the rank of Captain, he was the recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart for his service during two tours of duty in Vietnam. At Westville Baptist Church, Dr. Leavins taught Sunday school for many years and served as an active deacon as long as his health permitted. He enjoyed hunting and was an avid sherman. Jack is survived by his loving wife, Marjorie Leavins; sons, Andrew and David Leavins; daughter, Dr. Emily Evelyn Leavins Sketo and husband Tony; one granddaughter, Gabrielle Adora Leavins; one sister, Virginia Money, and numerous nephews and nieces. Funeral services were held Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012, at Westville Baptist Church beginning at 2 p.m. with Pastors David Davis, Alfred Long, and John Y. Chance of ciating. A time of visitation was held one hour prior to the service. Committal services followed at Hickory Hill Cemetery with full military honors provided by the United States Army. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.daviswatkins.com. Arrangements and services are under the direction of DavisWatkins Funeral Home of DeFuniak Springs. Andrew J. Leavins Miss. Edna Joyce Mims of Mims Road, Westville, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, after a very courageous battle with cancer. She was 64. Edna was born July 8, 1948, in Holmes County, to the late Oscar Loyd and Mable Ingalls Mims. She was a 1967 graduate of Bethlehem High School and later graduated from Enterprise Junior College. She never asked for anything, but gave so much. She was an inspiration to everyone who knew her; the epitome of a Christians walk with God was shown through Edna. During her battle with cancer when asked how she was doing, she would always say, Im ne. Her faith in God never wavered for she knew He was with her all the way. She was very devoted to her family, especially her son and grandchildren. For several years Edna was a very active and devoted member of Poplar Head United Methodist Church. In addition to her parents, two brothers, Ed Mims (Lucille) and Earl Mims (Louise), as well as three brothers-inlaw, Charles Grantham, Wayne McDuf e and Jerry Prescott, all preceded her in death. Survivors include one son, Brad Mims (Amy); four grandchildren, Dalton and Ella Mims, and Colby and Cody Hatcher, all of Slocomb, Ala.; ve sisters, Geraldine Gillman (Ralph), Christine Prescott, Elizabeth McDuf e, and Darlene Hudson, all of Westville, and Mary Grantham, Bishopville, S.C.; one brother, Earvin Mims, Westville; special friends, Mary Jo Craft, Barbara Williams and Rachel Townsend, and several nieces, nephews, other extended family and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at Poplar Head United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jim Mashburn and the Rev. Chuck Grantham of ciating. Edna was placed into the church one hour prior to service time. Burial followed in the church cemetery with Sorrells Funeral Home of Geneva directing. The family received friends at the funeral home Sunday, Nov. 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. Flowers will be accepted or memorial contributions may be made to the Poplar Head United Methodist Church, 904 N. Wilson St., Geneva, AL 36340. Edna J. Mims Mrs. Betty Sue Williams, age 70, of Gaskin, passed away Nov. 13, 2012. She was born April 25, 1942, in Coffee County, Ala., to James Oliver Mathews and Martha Miller Mathews. Mrs. Williams was a resident of Gaskin. She was Baptist by faith and a member of the Gaskin Baptist Church. She worked in farming for many years with her family. Mrs. Williams is preceded in death by her parents; her rst husband, Crockett Bowers; her second husband, Wayne Williams; two brothers, Douglas Ray Mathews, and Ronnie Mathews; two nephews; one niece and one grandson. Mrs. Williams is survived by one son, David Bowers and wife Judy of Samson, Ala.; three brothers, Leon Mathews and wife Sheila, Wesley Mathews and wife Mavis and Conrad Mathews and wife Charlotte; two sisters, Carla Chavis and husband Lee, and Carolyn Ritchey and husband Ronnie; one sister-law, Sue Bellamy; three grandchildren, Courtney Bowers, David Bowers II, and Samantha Roper and husband Thomas; seven great grandchildren; two greatgreat grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. A time of visitation was held from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home Chapel; 230 Park Avenue, DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, 2012, at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John Knoppes and the Rev. Joel Glenn of ciating. Pallbearers were, David Bowers II, Kenneth Pridgen, Wesley Ard, Wendall Ard, Laurie Ard and Eric Jordan. Honorary pallbearer was Larry Tedder. Floral arrangements are being accepted. Burial will follow in the Gaskin Cemetery. You may go online to view obituaries, offer condolences and sign guest book at www.clary-glenn. com. Clary-Glenn Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements. Betty S. Williams BETTY S. WILLIAMS Mrs. Pauline Cullifer, 87 of Westville, died on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. Born Thursday, Sept. 10, 1925 in Holmes County, she was the daughter of the late Ed McDuf e and the late Cozetta Chitty McDuf e. She was a member of the Bethlehem Eastern Star Chapter. Surviving are sons, Robert Cullifer of Westville, and Mike Cullifer of Westville; daughter, Rachel Kuhn of Westville; eight grand children, and 10 great grand children. A Funeral service was held at 11 a.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 at Camp Ground Church with the Rev. Mitchell Holsonback of ciating. Interment followed in Camp Ground, Westville, with Sims Funeral Home directing. The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Sims Funeral Home Chapel. Pauline Cullifer Mr. James Phillip J.P. Baxley, II, of Dothan, Ala., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. He was 25. J.P. was born Oct. 9, 1987, in Enterprise, Ala. He was a graduate of Bethlehem High School and was currently employed with Southeast Alabama Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his uncle, T.J. Ellenburg. Survivors include his wife, Brenda Hall Baxley, Dothan; parents, James Phillip Phil and Crystal Jean Crissy Ellenburg Baxley, Bonifay; one brother, Joseph Evan Ellenburg (Jennifer), Bonifay; grandparents, Bo and Jean Motley and Marie Garmon, Bonifay; mother and father-in-law, Daniel and Marilyn Hall, Abbeville; brothers and sisters-in-law, Dana Hall, Daniel Hall (Angela), all of Abbeville, Debra Brooks (James) La.; nieces and nephews, Daniel Hall, Jaycee, Molly and Landri Brooks, and Alexis and Ayden Ellenburg; aunts and uncles, Bettie Whitehead, Ronnie Baxley, and Lynn and Stacy Ellenburg; cousins, Ale and J.D. Ellenburg; his Medical Center family, and other extended family and friends. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17, in the Noma Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Jerry Moore and the Rev. Jonathan West of ciating. Burial followed in the Union Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Hwy 177, Bonifay, with Sorrells Funeral Home of Geneva directing. The family received friends at the church Friday, Nov. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. Flowers will be accepted or memorial contributions may be made to the UAB Childrens Hospital. Sorrells Funeral Home of Geneva, 334-684-9999, is in charge of arrangements. Express your condolences in our guest book at www. sorrellsfuneralhomes. com. James P. Baxley, II Mrs. Katie Malzy Parrish, 84 of Bonifay, died on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. Born Friday, Oct. 12, 1928, in Bonifay, she was the daughter of the late Gaston Still and the late Lucille Money Still. Surviving are son, Donnie Parrish of Bonifay; daughters, Sheila Moore of Bonifay, and Phyllis Payne of Port St. Lucie; brother, Leonard Still of Graceville; six grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. A funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Carmel Assembly of God with the Rev. Jerry Moore of ciating. Interment followed in Little Rock Cemetery, Bonifay, with Sims Funeral Home directing. The family received friends 1-2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Carmel Assembly of God, Bonifay. Katie M. Parrish Minnie Lee Loftin, 100, of Esto, died, Nov. 13, 2012. Funeral services were held Nov. 16, 2012, at Sims Funeral Home Chapel. Interment followed at Hartford City Cemetery with Sims Funeral Home directing. Minnie L. Loftin Hurdis Angus Brock passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, in Crestview, after a hardfought battle with cancer. He was born Aug. 31, 1926, in Washington County, and raised in Vernon. He was the 1944 Valedictorian of Vernon High School, and he served his country in the United States Army during WWII in Germany and Okinawa. He was the rst of his family to attend college, enrolling in Florida State University shortly after the conclusion of WWII. He was recalled to active duty during the Korean Con ict, and after completing his military service, returned to Florida to begin his career in the automotive parts industry. In 1955, he became the manager of Taylor Parts and Supply Company in Ft. Walton Beach, growing it to be the largest and most successful in this southern chain of stores. He also served on the Taylor Parts Board of Directors and was a key leader in the transition to CarQuest Auto Parts. Brock served his community as a member of the Fort Walton Beach City Council from 1971 to 1979. He was most proud of his active role in fostering community relations with Eglin Air Force Base and creating and improving city recreational facilities and opportunities for all residents. He was a longtime member of the Fort Walton Beach Lions Club, serving as President from 1970-1971. In addition, he held leadership positions in the Florida Automotive Wholesalers Association, Foxwood Country Club, Ft. Walton Beach Yacht Club, Krewe of Bowlegs, and Los Caballeros. In addition, he was the Commissioner of the Ft. Walton Beach Little League and a charter member and rst president of the Crestview Rotary Club. Brock loved his community, and especially the people of North Florida. He leaves behind a strong legacy of belief in and support for local businesses. He had a passion for helping those less fortunate in his community, especially those suffering from hunger. He never met a stranger and was blessed to call many friend. He was beloved by his family and known to his grandchildren and greatgrandchildren as Pop. Brock is preceded in death by his rst wife, Dot; his father, Angus Brock; his mother, Laura Brock; his father-in-law, Clete Lane; his mother-in-law, Martha Lane; his brothers, Clarence, Ned, J.N., Josh, Leslie, and James Brock; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his best friend and brother-in-law, Oakley Hightower. He is survived by his wife, Dora Merle Sal Hudson Brock; his sons and daughters-in-law, Steve and Pat Brock, Stan and Kay Brock, and Scott and Suzi Brock; two very special grandsons, LtC Steve Brock, Jr., his wife Amy, and Andrew Brock, his wife, Bonnie; greatgrandchildren, Tory, Trey, Jackson, Delilah, Emma, and Dylan; brothers, Bill, his wife Betty, and Drexel, his wife Ollie; many nieces, nephews, and cousins; Sals niece, Beverly Moore and her sons, Bill, his wife Tulsa, their children Moya, Blanca, and William, Troy, Michel, his wife Megan, and their children Matthew, Marcus, Mason, and Daniel. The family received friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home. The funeral was held Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Crestview. Condolences may be expressed to the family by signing the guest book at www.whitehurstpowell funeralhome.com. Hurdis A. Brock Obituaries Crossword SOLUTION

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I put it in the oven then whin it is done I put it on a plate and then eat the turkey. Codi 1.st tack the fethers off 2nt put it in the oven 3rd in then bake it 4th put it one then diner table Abbi I turn on the oven then I wosh the turkey let it driye then i put it in the oven to bake. Austin My mom backe good turkey. She puts sale and peper onit. She cocks it in a pan with grase in a stove. then we eat it with hotsouse. Winston Frist i whould got to the chikin yred and get a turkey. Then i woulld pluk its fethers. Then i would set the oven on anour. Then I whould clean it. And then i whould pud it in the oven. and that is how i whuld cook a turkey Kamila First you by it. Then you clean it. Then you put the stu ng in it. Next you put it in the oven. For about 40 dagrees for 20 minits. Seven Im cooking a thank giveing turckey rst i will put it in the oven. then i will take it and cut it and put on plats then we will eat it. Then i mite make more Gunner First you clinit. then ou wosh it. then you stuf it. then you sesun it. then you putet it. the oven for 30 mines then you let it cool of. Wess I well gi git thin I will obint. thin I will polt it in a Hot uvin thin I eat it. Lyla we will put salt and pepper on out thanksgiving turkey. whey put it on the oven put it on 6:30 mines Paris We will back out turkey on Thanksgiving Day. Back it for 6:30 I love turkey. She put salt and pupper. Kara Turkey we poot salt ad pepper as spise ad put hour. Charles We use solt and pper and a barbuqa the that all Earl We will poot it in the uven in then poot it on the table Lacie I will cook it in the ovin ve mints. Joshua First you buy the turkey. Then you pluk the turkey. Then you clean it. Then you put it in the oven for an our. and thats how you make a turkey. Kinsley I am making a turey rst you pit the uvin on ve minits and pit the turkey in the uvin and thin pit the spisis on the turkey. Chad Frist, I get a Turkey and stuf it. Then, I would put jresing on it. next, I would set the oven on 30 mins. Kamryn I am making a furkey rst you buy it and then and then you clean it and put it in the oven and leave it in there for a hour and you take it out and eat it. Laney Sot pet etg stpt wet Lee I well bac a trkee bi shoot. i wil tan the fethers an Brittney Poplar Springs School Ho to cook a turkey it is easy all you half to do is go and buy it frum the story then put it in the microwave then you put it in a pot put the pot in the stove and boil it then ou put in a turkey on a plate then put green leaves around the plate and you are ready fout Thanksgiving? Trenity First go get yhe turkey from the store. Second you need to thaw it. Third put it in the oven. Next, turne the twmpweature on one hour. Finally you can enjoy. McCade First catch the turkey. Then shoot it. Then cook it and put salt and pepper on it. Then season it and eat it. Joel First put the turkey in the microwave. Second put the microwave on high temperature. Thired take the turkey out and season it. Next stuff the turkey Finally enjoy. Caden First cut the turkey all up. Second you get the bones out of the turkey. Third put the turkey in the pepr. Next you put the turkey in the oven. Finally and you eat the turkey. Mara Frst you have to go to the store then you have to bring it home. then you have to un raped it then you cook it. then you will have a good turkey. Ethan I went to the store and bought a turkey. Then I put it in the hot wtr. Then I put it in the oven. Dustin First Catch a turkey and kill it. Then start the oven. Next wash the turkey. Finally put it in the pan. Last eat and enjoy your food. Noah First catch a turkey. Second clean it. Third season it. Next put it in the microwave. Finally wat it. the End. Harley First you go to the store and you gite a turkey. Then you throw the turkey in the oven. Ten you wash the turkey. then you cook the turkey. then you eat the turkey. Colten First go to the store and buy a turkey. Second when you get home beat it with a hammer. Third cook it for ten minets. Next stuff it with penut butter. Finally put sprinles on the top and squirt lemon juice on it and then eat. Erica First you get a gun. Second you shoot the turkey. Third you put a mustash on you. Next you paint the tukey red and put it in the microwave for 3 seconds. Finally you eat the spanked turkey. Erilyn Kate M. Smith Elementary School First you kill it and take it home. Next, you cut a hole in it. Then you take the organs out of the turkey. Last, you cook it and and then you can eat it. Alex First w ckill it. Next we take the feathers out. Then we out it in the oven. Last we eat it. Brittany First we pull the meat of the turkey. next we garlic the turkey. Then we put the turkey in the oven. Last we eat the turkey. Kailey First we kill it. Next we take the stuff out. Then we cook it. Last we eat it. Finley First you take the turkey out of its tray. Next, you cleon the turkey. Then you cook the turke. Lasy you eat the turkey. Seth First I put the turky in the oven to let it cook. Next, get it out and let it col off. Then you cut it inhalr. and Last you eat it. Christian First I put it in the pan. Next, put it in the oven. Then I waight into 10:30. Last we eat it. Mia First I put the turkey in the oven to cook. Next, I let it out of the oven to let it cool. Then, I cut all of the pieces. Last, I eat the turkey. Morgan First you cut it. Next, you put it on the grill. Then, you cook it. Last, you eat it. Keley First you get a turkey in the woods and put it in the house. Next, you cut the turkey and wash the turkey. Then, you take the wings off the turkey. Las you cook the turky and oriat and eat it. Ashtan First you by a turkey. Next, you cut the turkey. Then pot it in the oven and make it. Last you eat the turkey. Jamison First, nd a turkey. Next cut it up. Then put it on the grill. Last, cook it on the grill. Kyrarik First, you hunt a turkey down. Next, you cook the tukey in the oven. Then you take the turkey out of the oven. Last, you eat the turkey. Jason First you will need a turkey to put in the pan tostart with. Next I put oil in my pan. Then I will put the turkey in the pan. Last, you will put the turkey into the oven and when it is nsh you can eat the turkey together. Tiare First we ceal it. Next we cut off the fat. Then we cook it. Last we eat it. Jasmine First you cil a turkey. Next you take the skin of. Then you put it in the uven for fur minets. Last, you let it coll and you have turkey. Angelina First we put it in the oven. Next, we put 30 cekehts. Then, when its done I take the turkey out. Last, you sit out the plates and eat it. Austin Bethlehem First buy a Turkey. Then take the giblets out. Then stuff it with stuf ng. Then cuver it with tenfool. nally you puoot it in the uven at 325 for 3 hours. Roman We like out Thanksgiving turkey frid. First, you buy a big turkey from Walmart maybe about 25 powns. Next, you will wash it clean. Then you poke it with a big needle to put in the avor. Cook the turkey in a big pot of oill until it is crisbe and golden brown. It will be juicy and delishus! Kason First you need to by a turkey from the grosre store then bring him home to mom for her to cook it. Then you got ta clean him get a pan put ten Foil in the boutum of the pan you then eed to poor broth and a cup of water in the pan lay the Turkey in it. After this pre heat the uven too 450 rf you will need to leace the foil open a litte bit so the turkey can breath. Then you are all raady to put him in the oven and cook it. dont forget check it every few mentues after its done you take it out but make sure you yous a oven mit the pan will be vere hot! Make sure you tun the oven off! Cut the turkey no you are eat the turkey!!! Prisila When cooking a turkey, rst of all you must get a turkey. preheat you oven to 3750. I like to begin with taking the plastic off the turkey. Then get a large baking pan and place your turkey inside it. Season the turkey with sessonings of your choice. Get a food injection needle and inject the turkey with broth or garlic butter to make it moist put into oven for your baking time. Remove you tukey, carve it and nally enjoy! Happy Thaksgiving!! Chloe First, you buy a turkey. Then you kaje sure it is not frozen. You put sose on it. Then you put it in a pot of gres. The bigr the turkey the longer you cook it. Austin First you thaw out turkey in ice box. Set oven at 350 to 275. Unwrap turkey. Check both ends for neck, gizzards,, liver and heart. Wash the turkey, cover pan with foil. Cover turkey with butter. Stuff turkey with dressing. Put turkey in baking pan. Cover turkey with foil. Put in oven. Bake for 3 to 4 hours. Check on turkey and baste. Turkey is done when folden brown. Then you can eat Thanksgiving Dinner with you family. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Caleb get a big turkey tuen oven to 500 dgrees buter the turkey pt in one inch water cover bake for 1 hower turn off oven do not open until morning. Dylan nd a turkey clean the turkey put the turkey in a pan. cook the turkey in the oven. take out of the oven. Put on the table then eat. Matthew First, you have to wash a turkey. Then you are gowing to cut the scin. Then, you have to put sesning on it. Next, you put ten foil on it. Then, you put it in the uvin and put it on 1 hour and take it out and let it cool for 2 minits. Finally, my family can injoy their meal. Makaley Preheat oven to 325 degrees. F (165 degrees c) place rack in the lowest position of the oven. Remove the turky neck and giblets rince the turky. and pat dry with paper towels. place the turky on a rack in the toasting pan. rub the skin with the softend butter. season with sal and peper. position an aluminum foil tent over the turky. Palce Turky in ocen. pour 2 cups turky stock into the bottom of the roasting pan. baste all over every 30 minutes. cook for about 4 hours. and no we can eat it! Gwen First you move the gbllets then wash it then bute it then put a meat thermometer into the leg. Put the turkey in a rasting pan. cook 350 degree four to ve hours when the turkey is done the thermometer ieill rach 165 segrees the end. Nathaniel In the morning we go hunting turkeys. After we get the perfect one we go home and pluck its feathers. Clayton First I would go outside and catch my turkey. Then, I would shoot my turkey. so that I could pluck it, clean it and stuff it. With all the good stuff like bacon bitts, and lettace. Then put it in the oven for 400 and thats how you cook a turkey!!! Cadence take it out of the freezer. rub butter and oil on it. Put it in the oven till its gold brown. Jonathan You wash it. You put it in pan. You stuff it with cornbread stuf ng. You cover with foi. You put in oven. You bake it at Ehtee hundred 50fty degrees for four hoyrs. Jasmine First you buy a turkey. Then you put seasoning on it. Next you put it in the oven. Bake it for two hours or until done. Then eat it. Kaden First Put turkey in pan. Put turkey in the oven. Cook 15 min. at sixty agrees. Cut it open put hot sauce inside of it. Put some lemon juice init. Dip in Ranch or BBQ sauce. Malcom put in a pan put salt per. thin yr stu t with cene. put it in the uvn. Jared First you wush it then you pull the bag out of his butt. you sstab it with seasons. you coo it for two mencts at three degres. Trista First you have to defrost the turkey for a lat of hours in water. then you have to seson the turkey with lot of sesonings like salt peper and lots of other stuf. then you have to sutf the turkey with this bread stuf. then it is time to cook it you put it in a turkey pan and put it in the oven that is heted to 350 for about 10 to 12 hours. Madisen I will let it thaw out put salt pepper and alot of butter and a lot fo croenbread stufen and put it in the an and cover with foil and pot it in the oven and cock for 6 awers at 450. Fashawana Heat oven to 375 put turkey seasoning into syringe and inject it into put turkey into baking pan and put it in the oven until its done and the outicle is golden brown. Tayler Wash turkey. Then take out inddes of turkey. Put turkey in big pan. Put ove on 360. not bate turke with buttr and salt, pepper. Stuff turkey with dressing. turey gose in oven for 15 min per pound that the turcy weighs. Cole First you have to clean the inside out. Second you injectit. Third you put it in the oven and let it cook. Katilyn. First you thaw out turkey in ice box. Set oven at 350 to 375. Unwrap turkey. Check both ends for neck, gizzards, liver and heart. Wash the turkey. Cover pan with foil. Cover turkey with butter. Stuff turkey with dressing. Put turkey in baking pan. Cover turkey with foil. Put in oven. Bake for 3 to 4 hours. Check on turkey and baste. Turkey is done when golden brown. Then ou can eat Thanksgiving Dinner with you family. Seth Our family makes tow turkeys. My mom bakes one and my dad fries one. When my mom buys one she take off the package and she washes it really good. She cover it with oil and covers it tinfoil and puts it in the oven. A big turkey three gallons og cooking oil heate the oil to 350 then put the turke in for 3 minutes per pound then take it out and eat. Kadence Go to the store then you buy the turkey. Take the turkey home. Put it in the freezer unil in the moring. Start to cook it. Put it in the oven for 500. Make sure the insides are out. Let the turkey cool. dnt nee no spicing. Turkey is good the way it is. Serve it hot or cold. Nephi rst you defrost the turkey for 100 hours then is time to season the turke. you season the turke with a big nedle thing with juce stuf in it you stic the nedle in the turke and then squeze the juce in you do that a lot of times all ove the turke my ir is rede to fri you hove to fri the turke outside in a big pot with lots of oil, Let the oil stuf get rel hot the drop the turke in and let it cook 1 to 5 hours. Heather The 1st thaeng you do is unrapit. Pute it in a pal. Oute it in the stove fur 2 owhers. In then you take it alte of the stove. Joey First wosh the turkey then we season it with butter pepper solt garlic limen pepper a little rosmery ever glades seasoning ll the smocker full of peacn wood wait ontil the coals get just righ then you cook the turkey for a few hours then you carefully take the turkey out then you cut the turkey then you put the turkey on plated and you eat. Kurt buy it put it in a pane put butten on it put in have for 7 or 8 hours. Then put papr on it then its done. Dillan by the Turkey. thaw the Turkey warsh the Turkey. pat Turkey with oil. aplie siesin to ouut of TUrkey. loasin turkey skin. aplie siesing and orbs under the turkey skin. cut apple into corder and place in cafade. cuffer in foyl bake for 4 5 hours. cut turkey and eat. Lydia Set you fryer outside. Get big pot and you will need about 2 gallons so about 4 or of oil then you take a 100 pound turkey and season it with hout sauce. Get to olil heated to about 4 dergees and you will cook it for about 7 or 8 mins if you it cippy. Colby Go to town and buy a turkey when you get home with it open package. Wash it salt and pepper i. Pre heat oven at 350. Cook for about 4 hours by the time the turkey is done everthing else will be done ant its time to eat. Enjoy you turkey and all the trimmings. Happy Turkey Day! Marisa First I preheat the oven to 325. Then i would take out the neake and gilblits. next I would greast the boady with butter, salt, peper, spises. I would put strings arond the boay. and put the turkey in the pan. Then I would put ameat thmomerter in the thie of the turkey. Then I would cover it with foil. Then I wald cook the turkey untell the tempertuch is 180. Then I would eat it. Callie THE PANAMA CITY PICTORIAL BOOK IS HERE! $ 39 .95 + TAX BUY NOW! THE NEWS HERALD M AKES THE PER F ECT G I F T F OR F AMILY AN D F RIEN D S ______Copies at $39.95 plus $3.00 tax per book and pick up my order at The News Herald oce. 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Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Extra | Classieds Washington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | B7 Beekeepers Field Day and Trade Show CHIPLEY There will be a Beekeepers Field Day and Trade Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Washington County Extension Ofce. The cost of the program will be $15 and $10 for each additional family member. Pre-register no later than Nov. 23 by calling 638-6180 or 547-1180. Topics to be taught are Hive Assembly, Open Hive Demonstration and Winter Hive Management. All topics will be taught in rotations. Senior Group to experience Christmas in Branson WASHINGTON/HOLMES COUNTY Senior Group will experience Christmas in Branson, Mo., Nov. 25 to Dec. 1. This trip will include seven shows over seven days and six nights. For more information, call Merita Stanley at 594-9980. Spanish Trail Playhouse to present Home for Christmas CHIPLEY The Spanish Trail Playhouse is proud to announce its third-annual Christmas show Home for Christmas. The performance will be at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Spanish Trail Playhouse Theatre, 680 Second St., Chipley. General admission is $10. This years show, directed by Jimmy Miller is lled with traditional holiday music and carols evoking timeless memories of Christmas past. Noted musicians are the Spanish Trail Playhouse band, Doug Salter, A.D. Davis, Scotty French, Jimmy Miller and Kirk Thompson. Performers include: Mike Jacobs, Seth Cook, Kevin Russell, Phillis Sloan, Rob Nixon, Casey Johns, The Grinch, Rachel Webb, Rosalyn Scott, Hunter Harden, Zedra Hawkins, Terrie Garrett, Trish Brannon, Emory Wells, Jacqueline Stewart, Tea Creamer, McKayla Christmas, Noah Beckley, Rebekah Wolfe and Holly Collins. Come enjoy Home for Christmas. We invite you to make this annual event a part of your familys Christmas traditions. Chipleys Annual Christmas Parade CHIPLEY Chipley will hold its annual Christmas parade at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 1. All parade entries will line up at the old Chipley High School Track on railroad Avenue at 2:30 p.m. Children of all ages are invited to join Santa and Mrs. Claus for photos at the Chipley Farmers Market located at 685 Seventh St. in Chipley. Photo times will be from 2-3 p.m. and immediately after the parade. Parade applications are available at the Washington County Chamber or by calling 638-4157. Tree of Lights Presented by Covenant Hospice MARIANNA Covenant Hospice invites you to join the annual Tree of Lights, a celebration of life, beginning at 6 p.m. Dec. 4 at Evangel Worship Center, at 2645 Pebble Hill Road in Marianna. The ceremony will feature speakers reections, recitation of loved ones names, holiday music, refreshments and fellowship. Cottondale Christmas parade set COTTONDALE The Cottondale Christmas Parade is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Dec. 8. There is no entrance fee or limit to the number of entries. For more information, call City Hall oat 352-4361 or email tbrannencoc@ embarqmail.com. Wausau sets Christmas parade WAUSAU The Annual Wausau Christmas Parade will be at 10 a.m. Dec. 8. Anyone wishing to be in the parade should call Town Hall at 6381781. Santa will be at the Possum Palace after the Parade to meet with the kids. Vernon plans Christmas parade VERNON The Vernon Christmas Parade will be at 1 p.m. Dec. 8. The public is invited to attend and enjoy. The Importance Of Being Earnest BONIFAY The Holmes County High School Theatre Department will present The Importance of Being Earnest at 7 p.m. Dec. 6, Dec. 8 and Dec. 10 and 2:30 p.m. Dec. 9 at the HCHS Auditorium beginning. This masterpiece, written by Oscar Wilde, probably is the most famous of all comedies. It revolves wittily around the most ingenious case of manufactured mistaken identity ever put into a play. The cast and crew is: Assistant Director, Saylor Lake; Stage Manager, Cassie Bell, John (Jack/Ernest) Worthing, J.P., Carlton Hedman, Algernon Moncrieff, Kole Forehand, Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D., Sam Wells, Lane, Thomas Parish, Merriman, Adam Faulkner, Gwendolen Fairfax, Haleigh Music, Cecily Cardew, Hope Bailey, Lady Bracknell, Julie Wells, and Miss Prism, Lydia Sheesley. The Importance of Being Earnest is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc. Two-Toed Tom Yard Sale ESTO The Two-Toed Tom festival will host a Christmas Garage sale and bake sale beginning at 7 a.m. Dec. 8 at John Clark Park. Spots are going fast, so call Darlene at 263-3201 to get yours. Spots are $10 for inside and $5 for outside. Christmas Food and Toys WASHINGTON/HOLMES COUNTY The Salvation Army will have applications for Christmas food and toys for Washington and Holmes County residents. To apply you must bring with you: A picture I.D. for applicant and all adults in your household; Birth certicate for all children 12 and younger (child must be 12 on or before distribution day for Salvation Army to serve) (Tri-County Community Council will serve children older than 12); Social Security cards for everyone in the household; Guardians must prove custody of any children, grandchildren and or any minors living with you. Proof for your expenses, such as rent receipt or mortgage payment, electric bill, gas bill, telephone or cellphone bill, cable bill, car payment or any other expenses you may have. Proof of your income, which may include a recent pay stub, Social Security check or letter, child support, retirement pension or any other form of income you may have. Application will be taken in Washington County from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 22 at the Ag Center at 800 U.S. 90 in Chipley. Items will be distributed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 18 at the same location. Applications will be taken from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ag Center at 1169 U.S. 90 in Bonifay. Items will be distributed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 14 at the same location. Kid Safety and Fun Expo CHIPLEY MPE and H&H will sponsor a Free Kid Safety and Fun Expo from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 15 at Wal-Mart in Chipley. There will be baby twin deer at the expo and much, much more. Literacy Volunteers Needed WASHINGTON COUNTY DOKELWFOTIH (take with food) this is what these people who cannot read see. If you have one hour a week and would be willing to held someone to read, write, math, speak English, study for a GED, to get their drivers license or to get their citizenship call 638-6317 and leave a phone number, we will return you call. Literacy Volunteers of Washington County Inc. is an all-volunteer program. We have learning sites in Caryville, Chipley, Country Oaks, Greenhead and in Vernon, so no mater where in the county you live, we will try to serve you. Writers Group seeking members CHIPLEY The Writers Group welcomes anybody who writes or would like to start writing. The group offers readings and feedback beginning at 1 p.m. second Thursdays at the Chipley library. For more information, call Audrey Payne, 676-4359 or email jpayne1@panhandle.rr.com. E-reader Classes to resume in January CHIPLEY The Washington County Library would like everyone to know that the monthly E-reader classes will resume in January after the holiday season. Community EVENTS AIRLINES ARE HIRING -Train for hands on Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified -Housing available CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866)314-3769 For Rent first in Chipley, Mini Warehouses. If you dont have the room, We Do Lamar Townsend (850)638-4539, north of Townsends. C&C Bookkeeping and Tax Service. Open 5 days a week. 8am to 5pm. Call (850)638-1483 Can You Dig It? Heavy Equipment School. 3wk Training Program. Backhoes, Bulldozers, Excavators. Local Job Placement Asst. VA Benefits Approved. 2 National Certifications. (866) 362-6497 Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser | B7 11-5164 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No 12PR84 IN RE: ESTATE OF PERRY LONALD HOWARD Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Perry Lonald Howard, deceased, File Number 12PR84, by the Circuit Court for Holmes County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 N. Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, Florida 32425; that the decedents date of death was June 19, 2012; that the total value of the estate is $30,300.00 and that the names of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: NAME/ ADDRESS: Tim Howard, 2241 N. Highway 81 Westville, Florida 32464; Rusty Flick, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; Misty Howard, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; Alexis Peters, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; Tyler Gay, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is October 31, 2012. Attorney for Person Giving Notice: Clayton J.M. Adkinson E-mail Address: clayton@adkinsonlaw.com Florida Bar No. 171651 Adkinson Law Firm, LLC Post Office Box 1207 DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435 Telephone: (850) 892-5195 Person Giving Notice: Faye Cain 2001 N. Highway 181 Westville, Florida 32464 As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser October 31, November 7, 14, 21, 2012. 11-5168 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2011CA000384 CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION. VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE, INC., a Tennessee corporation authorized to transact business in Florida, Plaintiff, vs. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES OF LOLA ST. CLAIR a/k/a LOLA G. ST. CLAIR, DECEASED, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTS; THE UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION OF 3488 E. WHITE ST., BONIFAY, FL 32425, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Plaintiffs Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 18, 2012 in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on November 29, 2012 at 11:00 A.M. (CST), at the Holmes County Courthouse, 201 North Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, FL 32425 for the following described property Lots 1 and 35, and the East Half of Lot 2 and the East Half of Lot 34, all being in Block M according to Plat of Noma, Florida, Section 27, Township 7 North, Range 14 West, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 10 in the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Holmes County, Florida. Together with Mobile Home: Year 1993, Manufacturer Buccaneer, Model Buccaneer and VIN or ID No. ALBUS17370A and ALBUS17370B. Property Address: 3488 E. White Street, Bonifay, FL 32425. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTERST 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. As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser November 14, 21, 2012. 11-5170 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 09-571-CAUNITED STATES OF AMERICA acting through the United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, f/k/a Farmers Home Administration, a/k/a Rural Housing Service, Plaintiff, vs. MARGO NAYFEH SHAW a/k/a MARGO N. SHAW, a/k/a MARGO SHAW, a single woman; and HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 18,2012, by the above entitled Court in the above styled cause, the undersigned Clerk of Court or any of his duly authorized deputies, will sell the property situated in HOLMES County, Florida, described as: Commence at FND 4X4 lightwood stake and the Northeast corner of the NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 14, Township 4 North, Range 17 West, Holmes County, Florida and run S024243W along the Section line a distance of 844.03 feet to the Point of Beginning (P.O.B.) thence continue S024243W a distance of 236.97 feet, thence N864254W a distance of 174.02 feet to the Easterly right-of-way line of Ennfinger Lane, thence N185224E along said right-of-way line a distance of 244.90 feet, thence depart said right-of-way line and run S871732E a distance of 105.85 feet to the Point of Beginning (P.O.B.) being and lying in Section 14, Township 4 North, Range 17 West, Holmes County, Florida. Containing 0.8 acres, more or less at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash on November 29, 2012, at the front door of the Holmes County Courthouse, 201 N. Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, FL 32425, beginning at 11:00 A.M. Central Time, subject to all ad valorem taxes and assessments for the real property described above. 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 SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Bay County Courthouse, 300 E. Fourth Street, Panama City, Florida 32401, (850)747-5338, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. DATED on October 19, 2012. CODY TAYLOR Clerk of Circuit Court P. O. Box 397 Bonifay, FL 32425 By: Diane Eaton Deputy Clerk. As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser November 14, 21, 2012. 11-5173 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Tony O. Moore Last known address of: 1876 Moore Dr Bonifay, FL 32425 Jennifer A. Jones Last known address of: 2328 Hwy 177A Bonifay, FL 32425 You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to contact the Supervisor of Elections, in Holmes County, Florida, no later than thirty(30) days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser November 21, 2012. COLOR SELLS! Get Your Classified Ad in color! Call now for details and be noticed! 638-0212 or 547-9414 Single white male retired Army SSG. Owns home, looking for relationship between ages 65-75. For details call (859)620-8115. Single White Male. Owns home.Looking forrelationship between ages of 35-55. Send picture & letter to 4023-B Wilderness Rd,Vernon FL 32462 ABSOLUTE AUCTION 79+/-Bank Owned Assets in GA, NC, TN Nov. 27 @ 6pm, Lithia Springs, GA. Nov. 28 @ 6pm, Ellijay, GA. Online & Live Bidding. GAL AU-CO002594, NCAL8935, TN5733 RowellAuctions.com (800)323-8388 AUCTION Nov. 28th thru Dec. 1st 35 Million Dollars in Construction/ Marine Equipment and Vehicles. 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By CECILIA SPEARS547-9414 | @WCN_HCT cspears@chipleypaper.com BONIFAY Holmes County Board of County Commissioners and residents wished Commissioners Jim King and Phillip Music a fond farewell with a reception after the last regularly scheduled meeting theyd ever attend in an of cial capacity on Nov. 13. Im saying this partly as your attorney and partly as a citizen of Holmes County, said County Attorney Jeff Goodman. Ive worked for many counties and I can honestly say Ive never worked for such a county as this. You all set the tempo for the meetings, having had your differences still being able to come together with resolve and leaving each meeting with the same camaraderie. Goodman said this is an example that could be taught to the next generation. I only hope that the next board comes together as peaceably as this one has, said Goodman. On behalf of me and my family I appreciate all youve done. Commissioner Monty Merchant also said it had been good. Its been a pleasure, said Merchant. Theres a lot of years and experience thats going to be missed. Commissioner Kenneth Williams also said that he enjoyed working with King and Music. The board approved of the request Poplar Spring High School made through Merchant to pour cement for a tennis court over the Christmas holiday.BOCC says farewell to King, MusicSee BOCC A2 50www.bonifaynow.comWednesday, NOVEMBER 21 2012 Volume 122, Number 32For the latest breaking news, visitBONIFAYNOW.COMPhone: 850-547-9414 Web site: bonifaynow.com Fax: 850-547-9418 INDEXOpinion ................................A4 Arrests .................................A6 Outdoors ..............................A8 Sports ..................................A9 Extra ....................................B1 Faith ....................................B4 Obituaries ............................B5 Classi eds ............................B6 IN BRIEF The Importance Of Being Earnest BONIFAY The Holmes County High School Theatre Department will present The Importance of Being Earnest at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 6, Saturday, Dec. 8, and 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 9, and Monday, Dec. 10, at the HCHS Auditorium. This play was written by Oscar Wilde. It revolves around an ingenious case of manufactured mistaken identity. The cast and crew are: Assistant Director Saylor Lake, Stage Manager Cassie Bell, John (Jack/Ernest) Worthing, J.P., Carlton Hedman, Algernon Moncrieff, Kole Forehand, Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D., Sam Wells, Lane, Thomas Parish, Merriman, Adam Faulkner, Gwendolen Fairfax, Haleigh Music, Cecily Cardew, Hope Bailey, Lady Bracknell, Julie Wells, and Miss Prism, Lydia Sheesley. The Importance of Being Earnest is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc. SkillsUSA/SGA fundraiser CHIPLEY The Washington-Holmes Technical Center SkillsUSA/SGA is selling smoked Boston butts and turkey breast as a fundraiser to help By CECILIA SPEARS547-9414 | @WCN_HCT cspears@chipleypaper.com BONIFAY Many people dont know that local businesses offer Black Fridays and that its the local businesses that support the local organizations, said Robin Pemberton, owner of Badcock & More in Bonifay. They want us to support the community, but its our tax dollars that keeps our communities thriving. Pemberton said she enjoys Black Fridays. Black Friday is fun, she said. People come in and theyve been up all night and theyve got all kinds of stories. Some of them are pretty wild. Pemberton said that Badcock use to open at 5 a.m. with the rest of the stores involved in Friday and then chose to move it back to 9 a.m. This gives those who are searching other stores the chance to go there rst and then come here afterward, she said. We still get heavy traf c on that day. We may be crazy busy and run out of parking spots. She said this was the one day out of the year when the entire store is on sale, except for Tempur-Pedic and iComfort. Weve got things no one would think we do, like electronics and toys for the kids, she said. Weve got televisions, appliances, childrens toys, childrens recliners, battery operated ride-on toys, remote controlled fire trucks and monster trucks, laptops, Wiis, Xboxe360s, Black Friday deals coming to local stores By CECILIA SPEARS547-9414 | @WCN_HCT cspears@chipleypaper.com BONIFAY Ken Barton and his family were named Farm Family of the Year at this years Holmes County Farm City 2012 Banquet held at the Holmes County Agricultural Center on Tuesday, Nov. 13. We are very proud to recognize the Barton Family as the Farm Family of the Year tonight, said Shep Eubanks, Holmes County IFAS Extension Director. I want to take just a few minutes to tell you a little bit about the family. Eubanks said that Ken Barton had lived his entire life in Holmes County except for a few years in his early childhood. Ken then returned to the community when he was in the fth grade, when his dad bought a small far to raise hogs and cows and grew some corn for feed, he said. And thats where he rst began to develop his love for agriculture. Barton knew he wanted to be farmer someday, said Eubanks, going through high school he worked at the farm and attended Bethlehem school. After graduation Barton went to attend a community college in Tampa where he studied electronics and after graduating he moved back home. It was when he moved back home that he met his wife Rhonda and they got married and he began farming with her father in 1979 on a share crop basis, said Eubanks. Not long after that Special to the NewsBONIFAY Andrew. Charley. Frances. Jeanne. Opal. For many Floridians, these arent just names, these are memories. Each year, the Atlantic basin receives an average of 9-10 tropical storms with at least 2-3 becoming major hurricanes. And, many times they leave in their wake millions of dollars in damage, broken lives, and sometimes, even death. While various preparations can be made, there is no form of prevention. Our only defense has always been response. After the storm has passed, and its havoc has been wreaked, emergency workers are the rst on-scene to help pick up the pieces and restore citizens to their normal routines. While much of what emergency responders accomplish during this phase is similar to their usual work, hurricanes and tropical storms bring with them a slew of challenges that can be dif cult to predict and handle. But, as the saying goes, sometimes the best defense is a good offense. Holmes County Emergency Management is taking just such a proactive stance. On Thursday, Nov. 15, the department hosted a hurricane tabletop exercise, at the Holmes County Emergency Operations Center, to give their staff and Farmer fanfareBY CECILIA SPEARS | Times-AdvertiserKen Barton and his family were named Farm Family of the Year at this years Holmes County Farm City 2012 Banquet, presented by Shep Eubanks, Holmes County IFAS Extension Director.Bartons named Farm Family of the YearEmergency Management holds hurricane exerciseSee HURRICANE A2 See BLACK FRIDAY A2 See FARMER A3 See how Washington County and Holmes County second graders would cook a turkeyB1See IN BRIEF A2 www.chipleypaper.com www.bonifaynow.com@WCN_HCTBe a FRIEND and FOLLOW us on and MOBILE too!

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LocalA2 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Beltones BLACK FRIDAY OPEN HOUSE Will be on Monday/Tuesday Nov. 26th and 27th. TWO DAYS ONLY! THE FIRST 5 HEARING AID PURCHASES:Get either a $200.00 GAS CARD OR ANY ONE OF OUR WIRELESS ACCESSORIES FREE!( Includes Remote; TV Link; Phone Link or MyPal Up to $395 value ) FREE Hearing test FREE Digital Demonstration of the Newest Technology FREE Video Otoscopy See for yourself, Is it just earwax? FREE Lifetime Instrument Care DOOR PRIZES & REFRESHMENTS Most insurances accepted. Benets of hearing instruments vary by type and degree of loss, noise environment, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper t. *Applies to select hearing aids. *Percentage discount depends on level of technology. Gas card to be given after 30 days from delivery of new hearing aids. Cannot combine coupons. No previous offers apply. 2012 Beltone Electronics. UPTO40% OFF Hearing aids*$895Opera Origin 2100% Digital In-the-canalSAME AS CASH FINANCINGor month-month. wac. See store for details.FREEDigital DemoCome in and test drive a new pair of the newest Digital technologyFREEVideo Ear InspectionSee what your ear canal looks like. Closed Thurs. 11-22-12 & Fri. 11-23-12 This holiday season, take a stand.Our Beltone hearing screenings are quick and easy. You may not even have a hearing loss, but if you do, our new hearing aids are tinier than ever (even by elf standards). And, the sound quality is truly incredible.Savor the sounds of the season with a little help from Beltone.Why wait any longer?2 DAYS ONLY NOV. 26 & 27, 2012CALL FOR AN APPT. Allen BarnesHAS: BC-HIS 23 Years ExperienceCHIPLEY 1611 Main Street, Ste. 4 (850)387-4931 MARIANNA 3025 6th Street (850)387-4931Wednesdays They told me they were told by the Holmes County School District that they were on their own as far as paid labor is concerned, said Williams. As far as material, theyve got it. They just need the labor. Chair Ron Monk said that he didnt agree with helping. It just seems like a snowball affect, said Monk. The more we do, the more they ask and the bigger the tasks become. Where do we say whoa? Williams said theyve done more for others. We should do it, said King. Theyre all taxpayers after all. The board approved of upgrading their 200-gallon gas tanks to 500gallon gas tanks. The board also approved of what should be done about replacing the logos on the company vehicles with the new logo. We shouldnt replace the old ones unless they need replacing, then well replace then with the new logo, Merchant said. They same will be done for all new vehicles. Thats how well get the new logo on all vehicles on an as needed basis. County Engineer Cliff Knauer gave an update that he was still searching out avenues to pay for the project of xing Yancy Lanes erosion problems. The commissioners had agreed with Merchants request to allow County Engineer Cliff Knauer to look into means of xing the erosion problem on Yancy Lane during their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Residents and business owners Johnny and Sandra Johnson had came before the Board Tuesday, Oct. 30 requesting to place a vending area up on their property of business located on County Road 160 across from the Bethlehem School. Its just going to be a sheltered area with vending machines housed in it, said Johnny Johnson. Theres one just like it in Graceville. He said their problem came with the Holmes County Health Department having issues with no bathrooms. Its not going to be a store, said Johnny. Its just going to be a place where vending machines are going to be located. The one in Graceville doesnt have a bathroom either. The board agreed to allow County Attorney Jeff Goodman to look into the matter and report back to the Board with his ndings at the next meeting, on Nov. 13. Goodman said due to the elections he had to put off contacting the health departments director. Ill get back with him personally, Goodman said. Swearing in of new Commissioners Bobby Sasnett and David Whitaker will be held at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 20. The next regularly scheduled meeting with the new commissioners will be held at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 27. BOCC from page A1other agencies the chance to plan and prepare for the future. The drill began at 8:30 a.m., and featured a multimedia format that simulates a hurricane scenario impacting Holmes County. Multi-agency responders were presented with challenging informational injects throughout the training to give them a feel of how demanding and overwhelming an event like this can be, as they make onthe-spot decisions that will affect their county. Emergency Management Director Wanda Stafford says that this exercise couldnt come at a better time. We have a new building, new resources, as well as new people all needing a chance to integrate with each other, said Stafford. Its not really ideal for that to happen during a real emergency. Thats what this exercise is going to provide. Its an opportunity for our people to familiarize themselves with each other, our countys plans and procedures, and the new tools that are at their disposal. Training like this is invaluable. The exercise is designed for a variety of responders but is not restricted to government agencies. One of our main goals for this exercise is to involve as many community partners as possible, said Program Coordinator, Tiffany Majors. In the event that a hurricane hits, it would impact our whole community, from emergency agencies to private industry to local citizens and we all need to be ready to respond. To that end, the training exercise featured quite an array of participants including personnel from Holmes County Emergency Management, Holmes County Commissioners Of ce, Holmes County EMS, Holmes County Fire/Rescue agencies, Holmes County Sheriffs Of ce, Holmes District School Board, Doctors Memorial Hospital, and the American Red Cross. Various county and state agencies/ departments are being invited to join including Building, Health, Road, Finance, Agriculture, Corrections, as well as the local Chamber of Commerce. Terry Schenk, the Exercise Director for Disasters, Strategies, and Ideas Group (DSI), the organization designing and running the exercise, praised the county for creating such widespread participation. When everyone is working as a cohesive team, it lays the groundwork to being better prepared for future emergencies, said Schenk. That commitment to teamwork translates into lives being saved. An evaluation team from DSI assessed the response with the goal of developing an after action report and improvement plan to be used by the participants in enhancing their response capabilities. Stafford explained that the purpose of bringing in an evaluation team is to nd strengths and weaknesses and use these ndings as a learning tool for improvement. With the practical certainty of future weather-related disasters, the need for local agencies to be better prepared has never been more important. This exercise, and the lessons learned from it, will serve to strengthen multi-agency coordination and help Holmes County continue to be a safe and peaceful place to live. HURRICANE from page A1Playstation3s, Tablets, work benches for boys and vanities for girls. Were a Badcock and more. She said the store will be open at 9 a.m. and will close at 5 p.m. or later so that every customer is attended to on Friday, Nov. 23. They wont have to travel so far to get their Christmas presents, said Kristie Holmes of Freds in Bonifay, when asked the bene ts of shopping locally on Black Friday. They could just come to their local Freds. Weve got some really good deals this Black Friday and you wont have to go all the way to Panama City to get them. Some of those items on sale on Black Friday are toys, electronics, televisions, kitchen items, tools, hardware, Christmas decorations, cosmetics, indoor and outdoor home furnishings, appliances, etc. We get a lot of things in special just for these sales and the Christmas holiday, said Holmes. Like gift baskets, perfume sets and lots and lots of toys. She said the store would open up at 5 a.m. and close at their normal hour of 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 23. BLACK FRIDAY from page A1them with competition travel and some community projects. The Boston butts are between 8-10 lbs and the turkeys are usually around 6-8 lbs. They sell for $20 each. If you are interested in purchasing either or both call Stephanie Halley at 638-1180 Ext. 303.Writers Group seeking membersCHIPLEY The Writers Group welcomes anybody that writes stories, poems, whatever, or would like to start writing. We read our work to the group and get feedback and enjoy each others stories. Please come see what we are all about, we would love to have you. We meet at the Chipley library at 1 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month (unless a holiday). For more information, contact Audrey Payne, 676-4359, jpayne1@ panhandle.rr.com.Spanish Trail Playhouse to present Home for ChristmasCHIPLEY The Spanish Trail Playhouse is proud to announce their third annual Christmas show Home for Christmas. The performance will be held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 1 at the Spanish Trail Playhouse Theatre, 680 2nd Street, Chipley. General admission is $10. This years show, directed by Jimmy Miller is lled with traditional holiday music and carols evoking timeless memories of Christmas past. We invite you to make this annual event a part of your familys Christmas traditions. IN BRIEF from page A1

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"Freedom from Eye Glasses, Now a reality for many." www.mulliseye.com Chipley Office We are located directly across the parking lot from the Walmart in Chipley"WE WELCOME NEW PATIENTS,CALLTODAY FOR YOUR PRIORITYAPPOINTMENT" FOR NEW PATIENTS 59 AND OLDERThis certificate is good for a complete Medical Eye Exam withTodd Robinson, M.D. In Our Chipley OfficeBoard Certified Eye Physician and Surgeon.The exam includes a prescription for eye glasses and tests for Glaucoma, Cataracts and other eye diseases.FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT CALL: 850-638-7220 ELIGIBILITY: U.S. Citizens living in the Florida Panhandle, 59 years and older, not presently under our care. Coupon Expires: 11-30-12 FREEEYE EXAM CODE: WC00ToddRobinson,M.D.BoardCertified Eye Physician and CataractSurgeon LeeMullis,M.D.BoardCertified Eye Physician and CataractSurgeonSmart LensesSM We As Americans Should Be Truly ThankfulWe have a Country that was built on Godly Principles. We have a Constitution that was written by God-Honoring Patriots. We have a nancially sound company that for over 60 years has been protecting Floridians home, auto and life. Yes, we are a Blessed People. We at the Farm Bureau want to thank the 3,000 Farm Bureau Member/Families that have placed their trust in the Washington & Holmes County Farm Bureau. We appreciate your business. SAVE ON HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE Barry Massey barry.massey@bic.com Agency Manager Jon Christmas Steve Bush 1361 Jackson Ave 1108 N Waukesha St Chipley, FL 32428 Bonifay, FL 32425 850-638-1756 850-547-4227 BY CECILIA SPEARS | Times-AdvertiserGrand Prize Winners of the Third Grade Holmes County Farm City Coloring Book Contest were Kasey Duffell from Bethlehem, Marah Harrison from Bonifay, Brian Aguayo from Ponce de Leon and Aubrey Smith from Poplar Springs.started his own farm. He mentioned that Mrs. Rhonda has always been a big help on the farm. He said it wouldnt be uncommon to nd her tractor cutting cotton stalks or operating the module builder during the cotton harvest. The wives were just as an important part of the farm as the man is, said Eubanks. We just wanted to recognize Mrs. Rhonda as being equally as important in this thing. As the Bartons increased the size of their farm, the size of their family also grew. Their daughter, Tonya, was born in 1981 and their son, Chad, was born in 1983. After graduation Tonya attended Florida State University and Chad attended Enterprise State Community College. Tonya is married to Kevin Amerson and they have two children, Kason, 7, and Kolton, 4. Tonya is an elementary school teacher at Bethlehem School and Kevin is employed with Dothan Livestock as a eld representative, said Eubanks. Kevin also has a cow/calf operation and produces oats and hay. Tonya, Kason and Kolton are always eager to help with the hay operation or assist with in working with cattle. Chad is married to Ashley Miller and they have two children, Kenny, 4, and Kaylee, 2. Chad is employed at Fort Rucker as an aircraft machanic, he said. Chad is also a 50/50 partner in the row-crop operation of the Bartons farm. Ashley is a stay-athome mom and helps out on the farm by running errands, picking up parts or supplies. Kenny and Kaylee love the time they spend in the eld or in a tractor. In 2003 Ken scaled back his farming operation and took a job with the Florida Peanut Producers Association as their executive director. This is the check-off organization for peanuts in the state. They are involved in research, promotion, education and legislative activities, said Eubanks. Ken enjoys working for and representing the peanut farmers in the state of Florida. Ken, Chad and Kevin have full-time employment off the farm. To operate our farm we must use the best management practices and time management possible to make sure the work is done properly, ef ciently and in a timely manner, Ken said. Our family is committed to each other and our farm and without a true love of agriculture and family this farm would not prosper. We are thankful and grateful to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, that He allows us to be stewards of one of His Greatest Creations, Mother Earth. Representative of Congressman Jeff Miller, Helen Rigdon, was present to let everyone know that the award of Holmes County Farm Family of the Year 2012 to the Barton Family would be recorded and stored in the Library of Congress after being read to the House of Representatives on the House Floor. Ken and Rhonda Barton are Northwest Florida natives with a deep connection to the local farming community, read Rigdon as it would appear in the Library of Congress. Farming became a part of their childhood and way of life. Thirtythree years ago, they were married, and it then became a love they have since shared as husband and wife and one that they now share with their children and grandchildren. Together, they successfully operate a 1,200-acre farm, where they raise livestock and grow peanuts, cotton, oats, and hay. The success of the farm is largely due to the way in which the Barton family operates. Each plays a supporting role, while embracing the best management practices. It is through their tireless work and dedication that the Barton Family demonstrates a true love of agriculture and family. Outside of the farm, the family plays an active role in the community. Ken and Rhonda are heavily involved in numerous state agriculture associations, including the Florida Peanut Producers Association, the Southern Peanut Farmers Federation, the Florida Cattlemens Association, and the Florida Farm Bureau. In 2003, Ken FARMER from page A1

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As Thanksgiving Day approaches each year, the Prattler has cause to remember that this day is truly an American Holiday. My friend, Doyle Taylor, never failed to mention this fact to me when he saw evidence of rushing into the Christmas Season before giving full recognition to the signi cance of Thanksgiving. Doyle knew that Thanksgiving came from our Pilgrim Forefathers who set aside a day to give thanks to God and to honor and celebrate the great abundance that He had given them in bountiful crops, especially the essential staple food item, corn. During the festivities, feasting and offering prayers for the blessing received, constituted much of the celebration. The women of the colony spent many days preparing for the feast. The children helped by turning roasts on spits in front of open fires. Indians reportedly brought wild turkey and venison. The men furnished geese, ducks and fish. The women served the meats with and fish with journey cake, corn meal bread with nuts and succotash. Food was served outside on big tables, according to history. In later years of our history, the actual date of a Thanksgiving was changed many times. At one time it was set by presidential proclamation for the fourth Thursday in the month of November. But in 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed that Thanksgiving Day be celebrated one week earlier. His express purpose was to help businesses by making the shopping period longer between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Finally, in 1942, the U. S. Congress ruled that Thanksgiving would be observed on the last Thursday of November and that it would be a legal holiday. This continues to be the law of the land for both the United States and Canada. This was all brought to mind at the recent FarmCity Awards Banquet when the Washington County Extension Agent, Andy Andreasen in his opening address entitled Washington County Agriculture Highlights, mentioned the unusually high yields of certain crops enjoyed by farmers in the area. He especially named peanuts production as having reached yields far beyond expectations and corn would top record bushels per acre when all the data is in. In recent days, your writer has had many, many expression of Happy Thanksgiving wishes bestowed upon him. This has been observed coming form the employees of various businesses, the post office, banks and other professions of doctors and dentists. Hester and I frequently mention a television newscast dating back to our years in Panama City when a reporter went to an elementary school classroom to interview third graders as to what they had to thankful for at Thanksgiving. One young lady boldly came forward and told the news representative; I am thankful for a good bed! The two of us recalled this just recently as we tucked ourselves into a cozy, warm bed on one of the cool nights we have experienced lately. High on our list of Thanksgiving blessings is that our four sons and their families have a livable source of income, are in excellent health as far as we know and all seem eager and ready to visit us and check on our well being at every opportunity. These sons, and their wives, have given us eight healthy, loving and beautiful grandchildren consisting of five girls and three boys. Three of the girls and one on the boys are currently enrolled in three separate colleges with our oldest granddaughter expecting to graduate from the University of Georgia within a few weeks. Hester and I enjoy an above average degree of good health for which we are very thankful. Recently we heard Jeep Sullivan deliver a special dedication sermon at Washington Primitive Baptist Church (Hard Labor Church), a building which has recently been renovated after years of neglect and decay. Jeep used Psalms 107 as the basis of his Thanksgiving address, commenting that every day he was blessed to see the sun rise and learn that he was not on the receiving end of an IV tube, that he felt to be ahead of the game. That is our true sentiment also. Placing copies of the additional fourth printing of the Heritage of Washington County Book has proven an added blessing to me since August. Last weeks article brought several purchasers for the book and provided some ne visiting with a host of new people. Call me at 6381016, or email perry1000@ bellsouth.net for your book. If you emailed me recently and did not receive a response, please try again as my system crashed on Thursday and Friday of last week. The books are $64.20 each and will be excellent holiday gifts. They are available at our home, 950 Highway 277 Chipley, FL, 32428. The prattler has previously written in this column that he receives messages of spiritual comfort and uplifting from the host of gospel and traditional songs contained in his collection of records, tapes and CDs. The Ralph Stanley 1988 Rebel Records Album contains a special song, White Oak on the Hill that seems to apply to my feelings when I would find myself feeling low and needing encouragement. The lyrics are: Theres a White Oak on the hill near my old Clinch Mountain home, That stands straight and true on a windy point alone. And when the cold winds blow, it roots bend and moan, But when the storm is passed, It straightens up and goes on. (Chorus) Lord, let me be like that White Oak on the hill. And help me to live in your Almighty Will. Help me on my journey Lord, to travel on my own. And give me the strength to straighten up and go on. Happy Thanksgiving wishes are extended to all friends and readers from the Wells Household and we hope to see you again next week. OpinionA4 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012CONTACTUSPUBLISHER Nicole Bare eld: nbare eld@chipleypaper.com NEWS, SPORTS OR OPINION news@bonifaynow.com CLASSIFIED & CIRCULATION Melissa Kabaci: mkabaci@chipleypaper.com 1-800-645-8688 ADVERTISING 850-547-9414 The views expressed here are not necessarily those of this paper or Halifax Media Group. WANT MORE?Find us online at chipleypaper.com friend us on Facebook or tweet us @WCN_HCT POSTMASTER: Send address change to: Holmes County Times-Advertiser P.O. Box 67, Bonifay, FL 32425 USPS 004-341 SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN COUNTY 13 weeks: $12.61; 26 weeks: $18.90; 52 weeks: $30.45 OUT OF COUNTY 13 weeks: $16.17; 26 weeks: $24.20; 52 weeks: $40.95The Times-Advertiser is published on Wednesdays by Halifax Media Group, 112 E. Virginia Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425. 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Please specify if the letter should be printed in the Washington County News or Holmes County Times-Advertiser. Questions? Call 638-0212. Thanksgiving is here and nothing is more southern than the cornbread dressing which is a mainstay of the thanksgiving feast. No one understands this if they werent raised in the south or have lived here for a while. Some time back, I wrote about how to cook turnip, collard, or mustard greens. It occurred to me that some of our young readers might like to learn how to make dressing. I have memories of helping my Mama, my Grandma and my Aunt Lelia make the dressing. Back then, we had to catch the hen, chop off her head, scald her, pluck the feathers, and draw out the entrals. If the hen was still laying eggs, a whole sac of eggs in various stages of development would be found. These were boiled along with the hen and used in the dressing or in the giblet gravy. Nowadays, I wait for the local grocery stores to supply the fresh hen from which to make the stock for dressing. When we lived with Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Creel, she taught me how to prepare the stock. First, remove the giblets from the cavity and rinse the hen inside and out thoroughly and place in a stock pot. Completely cover with water. Add plenty of salt. Instead of salt, I use soup or stock base, about three/fourth cup. After the hen comes to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for about two hours or until fork tender. Leave in the stock to cool. I usually set mine on the porch where the temperature is cool. Cooling the hen in the stock gives better avor to the meat and the broth. The next step is to bake the egg bread. Several years ago, I asked Virginia Chance how she made her dressing which I think is better than mine. She went to great pains to write out her recipe and it was so much like mine I felt bad that I put her to that trouble. For egg bread, mix 3 cups of Hoover Corn Meal, one cup our (plain or self rising), one tablespoon baking powder, 1 tablespoon salt, one/fourth cup sugar, 3 cups milk, and one cup of cooking oil or melted butter or oleo. Bake at 400 degrees for about 30 minutes. Cool and crumble 4 pounds of corn bread in a large mixing pan. Add one and a half pounds of stale bread crumbs, and one stick of saltine crackers. Remove the hen from the broth and reserve for slicing, chicken pot pies, chicken salad, or whatever. I dont usually put meat into the dressing as it is usually served with turkey or some other meat. Now, chop six large onions, one and one/half stalks of celery (12 or 14 ribs )which have been scraped of the strings) Saute the celery and onion in one stick butter till tender. Add to the bread crumbs and mix in eight cups (more or less ) broth till the mixture is soupy, but not watery. Bake in a 350 to 400 degree oven 45 minutes or until bubbly and evenly browned. If desired serve with giblet gravy. My family doesnt care for gravy as my dressing doesnt require it. But gravy can by made by using any white sauce recipe using chicken stock and the chopped giblets. Some even buy canned gravy, or a packaged gravy mix. This recipe makes 17 pounds of dressing which I usually make about a week before Thanksgiving and put in casserole dishes and freeze. I usually share some smaller dishes with other families. However, for the Wells Christmas gathering, I serve the whole amount. It will serve about 50. Sister-in-law Hester Wells usually makes a pan of dressing too, so there is plenty for the 75 or so who gather at Christmas. Of course, for a smaller group, you can divide the recipe. Turkey or pork, turnip greens, sweet potato casserole, fruit salad, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce or cranberry/orange relish with sweet tea, warm rolls, pumpkin or pecan pie complete our Thanksgiving feast. We take our maize in the form of the cornbread dressing. My mother usually boiled a fresh ham or shoulder for our Christmas dinner and she sometimes make dressing from the pork stock. It makes delicious dressing, too. I will confess that I dont usually do all the dressing making in one day. Thanks to the freezer, I make the egg bread well in advance and keep in the freezer till time to use it. The broth could be made ahead, too. Here is a recap of the ingredients for my dressing: 4 pounds egg bread, 1 and pounds day old bread crumbs, 1/4 pound saltine cracker crumbs, 1/4 pound melted butter, 6 large yellow onions chopped, 12 to 14 ribs of celery, chopped, and 8 to 10 cups broth. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.Thanksgiving a true American holidaySPECIAL TO THE TIMES-ADVERTISERRalph Stanleys Ill Answer The Call album contains the song White Oak on The Hill. PERRYS PRATTLEPerry Wells Time to make the cornbread dressingHAPPY CORNERHazel Wells Tison

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LocalHolmes County Times-Advertiser | A5Wednesday, November 21, 2012By RANDAL SEYLER638-0212 | @WCN_HCT rseyler@chipleypaper.com CHIPLEY Two Washington County Commissioners were present for their nal Board of County Commissioners meeting on Thursday. District 1 Commissioner Donnie Strickland and District 5 Commissioner Hulan Carter did not seek re-election this year, and Thursdays meeting was their last on the board. The board will reconvene at 1:30 on Tuesday to swear in two new commissioners, Lynn Gothard and Alan Bush, both of whom were elected on Nov. 6 in the General Election. Charles Brock will be sworn back in as District 3 commissioner, and he said he will be starting his 21st year of public service. Gothard will represent District 5, while Bush will represent District 1. I want to thank both Mr. Strickland and Mr. Carter for their service, said County Attorney Jeff Goodman. I have learned a lot working with them, and I appreciate the opportunity. Public Safety Director Roger Hagan came before to board seeking their approval of the nal step in the countys emergency plan, which was a request for proposals for the countys debris plan. The debris plan would specify who would haul the debris and who would oversee the collection of debris as required by FEMA. If the debris is properly handled, the county could receive 10 percent more FEMA money following a disaster such as a hurricane or tornado. You may remember back in March the board approved this plan, Hagan said. This is the last step in the process. Hagan noted the plan had been a process of several years in the making. The RFPs would seek bids from carriers and the county would pre-select who would haul debris off of county roadways in case of an emergency. Beat the Rush and Start Your Holiday Shopping! WEDNESDAY ONLY! Buy 1 Item, Get 2nd Item for Just $1!Regular Price, Sale & Clearance. Second item must be of equal or lesser value. Excludes all cosmetics, fragrances, YES! items, The Big Event Dept., gift cards and previous purchases. PRE-THANKSGIVINGMix & Match Throughout the Store!Thanksgiving Weekend Sale, Nov. 22-27! Stores Open Thursday 8pm-Midnight Friday 6 am-9 pm Plus, Wednesday Only... 40% OFF Online with Code 1140*Excludes all cosmetics, fragrances, YES! items, small kitchen appliances, electronics and gift cards. Offer valid 11/21/12 only.OPEN 9AM-9PM WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21Most stores.OPENTHANKSGIVING NIGHT 8PM-MIDNIGHTOPEN EARLY BLACK FRIDAY 6 AMHurry in... Doorbusters end at 1PM AND THURSDAY TOO!BLACK FRIDAYDOORBUSTERS light up the season! 1721 South Waukesha Street, Bonifay, FL (850) 547-2060 Expires 12/12/12 Expires 12/12/12 Expires 12/12/12 Expires 12/12/12 J.D. OWENS CARPET OUTLETwill save you money EVERYDAY!!! J.D. OWENS CARPET OUTLET2597 Springcreek Road, Marianna, FL3 1/2 Miles East of Marianna on Hwy. 90 (850) 526-3619 J.D. OWENS CARPET OU Textured PlushCarpet7999Super Thick 13 Loose LayVinyl49FHA QualityVinylSF SF SFEngineered Value Grade3 Oak Plank$229SFAREA RUG SALE!Over 200 In Stockcarpettilemarianna.com Special to the NewsBETHLEHEM BIC, the world-renowned manufacturer of writing instruments and correction products, announced Patti Davis from Bonifay as the winner of its nationwide Back-to-School Sweepstakes during Bethlehem Schools Open House and Parent Night on Nov. 8. BIC awarded Bethlehem School $4,500 for school improvements and supplies. Bethlehem School Principal Zeb Brown made the announcement at the beginning of the event, a representative from BIC, along with the BIC BOY, presented the check. The BICs Back-to-School Sweepstakes is an opportunity to help promote awareness about the great need that many schools have for valuable resources. Consumers were invited to select their school for the chance to be awarded $4,500 in funding through the BIC Pen Pals Facebook page at www.facebook.com/bicpenpals. BIC USA Inc. (www.bicworldusa.com) is a leading distributor of stationery products, lighters and shavers. Since its founding more than 50 years ago, BIC has honored the tradition of providing high-quality, affordable products. Through this unwavering dedication, BIC has become one of the most recognized brands in the world today.Bethlehem School students and Principal Zeb Brown pose with the check they were awarded from BICs Back-to-School Sweepstakes. BIC presented the check during the schools Open House and Parent Night on Nov. 8. Principal Brown noted that the funds would be utilized for much-needed school improvements.SPEICAL TO THE TIMES-ADVERTISERBethlehem school wins BIC contest Commissioners bid farewell to Carter, Strickland

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LocalA6 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Holmes County Times-Advertiser Celebrates its 120th Anniversary On Wednesday, Nov. 28, the Times-Advertiser is publishing a Commemorative 120th Anniversary Edition,including an historical front page design and the top local stories we've covered over the years. HOLMES COUNTY 120 Anniversaryth1892-2012 The Holmes County Advertiser was founded in 1892 and merged with the Holmes County Times in the late eighties to become the Holmes County Times Advertiser. Through the years it has remained the paper of record for Holmes County, chronicling the local events, activities and issues of the times, as well as the lives of its residents.Dont miss this anniversary edition coming Wednesday, Nov. 28Available in area newsstands/stores; or subscribe by calling (850) 547-9414, or (850) 638-0212. Holmes County Advertiser was founded in 1892 and merged Holmes County Advertiser was founded in 1892 and merged Holmes County Advertiser Labor is Honest and Pluck Wins The WestPoint Home Factory Outlet is back in Chipley! Different location but same great product and great prices!WestPoint Home Factory Outlet1055 Fowler Ave, Chipley, FL 32428Located behind our Chipley factory in the Industrial Park. The address is 1055 Fowler Drive. Turn off of Orange Hill Hwy on Commerce Ave, turn right on Fowler Drive, Outlet on left.(850) 638-9421New Store Hours: Thursday and Friday 9 AM to 5 PM Saturday 9AM to 3 PM WestPoint Home WestPoint Home Great selection of Famous name Comforters, Sheets, Towels, Pillows, Blankets, Throws in a true factory outlet atmosphere at factory outlet prices. and NOV. 4-10Lela Cherie Anderson, 26, driving while license suspended or revoked Christopher Shawn Beasley, 24, hold for outside agency Joshua David Bishop, 21, hold for outside agency Issac Bracy, 21, driving under the in uence Tracy Nichole Bruner, 20, weekender Lester James Carmichael, 41, violation of probation on driving while license suspended or revoked Timothy Arland Carter, 30, driving under the in uence, grand theft auto Stephanie Laura Covell, 46, child support Charles Quinton Eldridge, 22, failure to appear Anthony Guntert, 27 hold for Hillsborough Edward Hutchins, 48, burglary of a structure, grand theft Jahari Akeem Hyacinthe, 20, hold for outside agency Joseph Fletcher Lee, 37, uttering forged notes James Ronald Lombardi, 31, criminal use of personal information, giving false information to law enforcement of cer, driving while license suspended or revoked third offense, driving under the in uence, refusal to submit to breath test Ezra Maddox, 22, hold for Hillsborough James L. McFayden, 49, hold for outside agency Anna Mary Mullins, 34, giving false information to law enforcement of cer, allowing unauthorized person to drive Jeffery Donnell Seymour, 41, hold for another agency Karen Shelton, 37, hold for Hillsborough Chris Lee Stasko, 19, hold for court Jason A. Van Avery, 26, housed for custody hearing Marvin Eugene Wells, 40, hold for outside agency Trevor Tyler Yates, 18, burglary of a dwelling, grand theftSpecial to the News BONIFAY We are now in our seven years at Bens Place Animal Rescue, and we are so thankful to all who have come forward over the years and have lent us a hand, Will Morales, owner of Bens Place, said. On Saturday, Dec. 8, we will have our annual open house and celebration of Jesus Christs birthday. The activities will start at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to meet our volunteers, sponsors, companions and residents and join us in a traditional worship and praise service follow by a meal. He attributed the success of Bens Place to the support shown by the community. Our success is the success brought forth when a community comes together to resolve issues that affects us all, Morales said. Over the years we have worked diligently with residents, churches, schools, merchants and government of Holmes County to remedy the problems that having stray dogs and cat cause. Three years ago Morales decided to rescue a homeless person with a dog that no one would rescue due to her furry companion named Holly. Since then we have continued to provide shelter and care for many other persons in need and their companions, said Morales. At our Open House we will have our inaugural viewing of our collection of Jesus Christ. We ask everyone to bring dog and cat food or donation. For more information, call Bens Place Animal Rescue 263-7693.Spirit Night has been a homecoming tradition for the past few years. During the week of homecoming, the HCHS band played school songs outside for a fundraiser at a local business. This year we performed outside the Bonifay Hardees during the fundraising event. The money raised will help support the HCHS band with logistical needs as the winning Blue Devil season continues.SPECIAL TO THE NEWS SPECIAL TO THE NEWSResidents with dogs from left to right: Rodney with Missy, Sally with Holly, James with Isaiah and Trinedy Lee, rescue manager, with Duke.Bens Place Animal Rescue to hold open house Arrest REPORT HCHS SPIRIT NIGHT

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LocalHolmes County Times-Advertiser | A7Wednesday, November 21, 2012 To learn how you can support our communitys university, contact Mary Beth Lovingood at (850) 770-2108 or mblovingood@pc.fsu.edu. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY PANAMA CITYTHECAMPAIGN FOR OUR COMMUNITYS UNIVERSITYEndowment for Tomorrows Jobs $4,500,000 $500,000 $1,500,000 $2,500,000 $3,500,000 $4,500,000 $0 $1,000,000 $2,000,000 $3,000,000 $4,000,000 $5,000,000 GOAL Its time toGIVE THANKS! THANKS TO ALL WHO JOINED THETURKEY HUNT!We appreciate everyone who participated in our Nov. 14 Turkey Hunt. One lucky person will win $100, and well 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 Brock Auto Body Chipley Chipley Financial Chipley Covington Music Chipley Harmonica and Guitar Strings Dales Chimney Sweep Bonifay Down Home Dental Center Chipley Eastern Diesel Bonifay Everything Must Go Chipley Fashion Frenzy Bonifay Hasty Heating & Cooling Bonifay Kathys Classic Touch Graceville Coee Mug Little Obsessions Chipley Magnet Luke Taylor, Attorney Bonifay Nichols Auto Repair & Towing Chipley Free Oil Change Dr. Ben Saunders Pediatric Dentistry Marianna Scrub Up Uniforms Chipley Teddy Bear T & B Hidden Treasures Chipley $15 Gift Certicate Talk O the Town Nutrition Chipley Wellness Evaluation and Free Lunch Townsend Building Supply Chipley Skill Saw WestPoint Home, Inc. Chipley Set of Towels 1364 N. Railroad Ave., Chipley, FL 32428(850) 638-0212 chipleypaper.com112 E. Virginia Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425(850) 547-9414 bonifaynow.com*Due to early holiday deadlines, we are unable to publish the names of the top prize winners until the November 28 editions of the Times and News. By RANDAL SEYLER638-0212 | @WCN_HCT rseyler@chipleypaper.com CHIPLEY After nearly a decade of historic growth and improvements for Northwest Florida Community Hospital, an era is coming to a close. On Dec. 15, NFCH CEO/ President Pat Schlenker will sell his majority stockholdings in Northwest Florida Healthcare Inc. to Signature HealthCARE Systems. Signature owns Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Chipley. This is not an asset sell. NFHI will remain its own corporation, Schlenker said on Friday. We will remain two separate organizations. This is really an exciting time for us, said Bret Brown, administrator of WRNC. This will allow us to work together and combine to be a model for rural health care. To continue to grow, NFCH needs to formally partner with a larger healthcare system. Schlenker said the necessity for NFCH to align itself with a bigger organization became evident more than a year ago, when The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as Obama Care, still loomed on the horizon. Now that it is unlikely Obamacare will be overturned, it is even more of a necessity, he said. With all the changes coming, it became evident that we would need a bigger organization to bundle with, he said. Bundling with a larger organization will make the reimbursement process more efcient. Partnering with a larger system will also help the hospital meet its growing need for cost containment, Schlenker said. If NFCH is going to continue to thrive in the coming years, I am convinced it needs the economies of scale that a larger organization can provide, he wrote in a letter to the Washington County Board of County Commissioners, from whom NFHI leased the hospital back in 2004. Signature HealthCARE is a leading provider of longterm care services in the Eastern and Southeastern United States, operating 73 communities in seven states with more than 12,000 employees, according to the companys website. Additionally, Signature and its afliated organizations own and/or manage more than 20 critical access hospitals in the eastern United States, Schlenker said. In addition to everything else, Signatures local facilities will be a tremendous source for referrals to the hospital and our physicians. I am convinced this will take NFCH to the next level in volume and quality of services provided. Signature HealthCARE relocated its corporate ofces from Palm Beach Gardens, to Louisville, Ky., in 2010. Signature is growing rapidly, acquiring new facilities and developing innovations and businesses to better serve the aging population. Besides WRNC, Signature has 24 facilities in Florida, according to its website, with three of those being local DeFuniak Springs, Marianna and Graceville.Shaky startIn March of 2004, Schlenkers corporation Northwest Florida Healthcare Inc. leased the Northwest Florida Community Hospital from Washington County for 40 years. At the time, the hospital was in big trouble it was millions of dollars in the hole and showed no signs of improving, Schlenker said. As a representative of the Sacred Heart Health Systems, Schlenker had investigated the Chipley hospital as a possible investment for that company, but the sale didnt happen. Schlenker, after having done due diligence, saw something that made him want to come to the Washington County facilitys rescue. I just fell in love with the community, and with the people, Schlenker said. He resigned from Sacred Heart and started his own company to run the hospital, but he could nd no willing investors. NFCH had lost almost $5 million in the four years prior to 2004, with $1.9 million of that being lost the year prior to the lease. The Schlenkers had to personally sign for a $1.5 million small business loan to help get NFCH back on track. That loan is almost paid off now, Schlenker said. That was a scary time, but I couldnt nd any investors. In Schlenkers ofce hangs a dry-erase board with the message: Mr. Schlenker, thank you for believing in us. Good luck! The board is signed by employees and it was created in 2004 when NFHI took over the hospital. Eight years later, Schlenker still believes. Prayer was also part of Schlenkers secret for success. I used to pray all the way over here from Milton, sometimes I had to pray that we would make payroll, he said. There was no money in the hospital at all. Schlenker also took a 75 percent salary decrease in his new role as CEO/President of NFCH. Of course, Northwest Florida Community Hospital is tremendously successful. We were successful in turning the hospital around in approximately 42 months, Schlenker said. Last year NFCH was recognized by the Florida Hospital Association as the most improved hospital in the state of Florida for hospitals of 150 beds or less. There are about 150 hospitals of that size in the state. The hospital was also honored last year by being named the Washington County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year. Most recently, the hospital was listed in Inc. Magazines 5,000 fastest growing business list, which includes all of the United States. When you think about how small the chances are of being on that list, its incredible, Schlenker said. Something like .001 percent chance. There are ve million registered businesses in the U.S., and there were 650,000 that were considered for the list.Future growthBrown said the potential of NFCH and WRNC working together to improve lives, especially in elder care, will be greatly enhanced with the merger. There are models of elder care that can only be done in a rural setting, and Signature is a trendsetter in the industry, he said. This is really exciting for both of us. Schlenker said after he turns over his stock to Signature on Dec. 15, that doesnt mean he will be going anywhere. I will stay on as CEO and president for another year, then I will move to hospital governance and advisory boards for another three years, The change will be absolutely transparent and does not involve the leases, Schlenker said. Employee benets will not be affected as the hospital is not being sold. NFHI which holds the leases will continue to exist as an active Florida corporation. The new partnership between NFCH and Signature HealthCARE will allow the hospital to continue its reputation for excellence under new management and allow me to retire in a year, Schlenker told the county commissioners. The best part, Schlenker said, is that after retirement as CEO/president, he will be able to continue to associate as a board member with the organization, community and associates he has grown to respect and love. Im 71 years old and I will be closer to 73 by the time the rst year ends. I cant do this forever, he said. It will also give me a chance to wean myself, Schlenker said. I care about the staff and the doctors here, I dont think I could just leave all at once. ON THE WEBSiIGnNAt TUReE HeEAlthLTHCARARE ltcrevolution.com No ORthwest THWEST FloLORiIDA CoOMMUnityNITY HospitOSPIT AlL nfch.org W AshinSHINGtonTON RehREHAbilitBILIT Ation TION AnND NURsinSING CenteENTER washingtonrehabandnursing.com Speci PECI Al L toTO theTHE Ti I Mes ES -A A DVe E Rtise TISE RWashington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Administrator Bret Brown, left, congratulates Pat Schlenker, CEO/President of Northwest Florida Community Hospital, on the upcoming partnership between the hospital and WRNCs parent company, Signature HealthCARE, based in Louisville, Ky. Signature Health Care Systems to partner with NFCHCompany owns WRNC

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OUTDOORS Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Page 8www.bonifaynow.com | www.chipleypaper.comSend your Outdoors news to news@chipleypaper.com ASection By TINA HARBUCK654-8440 | @DestinLogTina tharbuck@thedestinlog.com After the last sh is hung in the Destin Fishing Rodeo on Oct. 31 each year, several of Destins captains turn in their rod and reels and pick up their bows and guns and head off into the woods. Its time to get away from a rocking boat and see a different terrain, said Tony Davis, who captains the Anastasia. For the past ve years, Davis has been traveling up to Kentucky and hunting on a lease with one of his guys that comes down and shes with him during cobia season. We almost froze yesterday, Davis said Thursday afternoon of the 40degree temperatures. But hes not complaining. Its peaceful up here and you dont have to worry about anything. You just go sit and take your time and relax, Davis said. Davis said they had seen some deer but he hasnt shot one yet. Im trying to shoot a whopper. For Justin Destin, who captains the Full Draw he said, Its something I do every chance I get. Its just another way to keep enjoying the outdoors. Its another way of harvesting off the land and enjoying some of Gods creations. We only get so many sunrises and sunsets; got to get out and enjoy them, Destin said. Although he gun hunts, Destin said, I prefer bow hunting. I hunt deer and pigs anything that is willing. Plus theres a lot of tradition in hunting. Destin said that he always looks forward to going hunting with his dad at Thanksgiving. Capt. Eric Thrasher of the Daybreak likes to take the kids and go hunting on their lease just north of DeFuniak Springs. Its not so much about killing something anymore as it is about getting away, Thrasher said. Just getting in the woods and relaxing. Thrasher is usually already in the woods by now, but due to a shoulder injury he had to pass on bow hunting deer. But Ill probably go duck hunting on Saturday, he said. In addition to hunting deer and ducks, he also likes turkey hunting. Thrasher noted that turkey season coincides with the start of cobia season. And they have been known to go turkey hunting in the morning and come back and catch a cobia in the afternoon for a little surf and turf as he called it. Craig Mann, who captains the Mary Lou has been hunting the last nine years on a 100-acre lease in Americus, Ga. When Oct. 31 hits, its like somebody flips a switch and all the people are gone, which is a perfect opportunity to come and sit in the woods, Mann said. Mann says hell stay in his little cabin in Americus for about four or five weeks. Ive seen a lot of young bucks that I let walk and found some bigger ones that I couldnt get a shot at, Mann said. But he has taken two, a 175-pound buck and a 120-pound doe. I prefer bow hunting, Mann said. Its a little more difficult because youve got to get closer. I think its just a little more sportsmanlike. But the thing he likes most about hunting is its secluded and serene. Plus its a good time to reflect on the season and the season to come. PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS, TIMES-ADVERTISERLeft: Craig Mann shows off a buck he took last November on his lease in Americus, Ga., where he is currently looking to take down another. Right: Capt. Justin Destin of the Full Draw took this deer last season here in Okaloosa County. Captains trade rod and reels for bows and gunsGive thanks for farm-raised turkeyBy STAN KIRKLANDFWC When Thanksgiving arrives next week, millions of us will sit down to a meal of turkey and all the trimmings. The vast majority of the turkeys we now consume are domestic birds, which is as opposite to the wild turkey as day is to night. As pointed out in the book Wild Turkey Country, by Lovett E. Williams Jr., turkeys were domesticated from wild birds by the Indians of North America, perhaps as far back as 2,000 years ago. Spaniards took some of those domesticated birds back to Europe, where they were bred extensively and even brought back to the United States. The availability of domestic turkeys and the practice of eating them at Thanksgiving became widespread, and it has largely replaced eating baked goose. While there are a number of breeds of domestic turkeys, most are white in color. A few breeds are bronze in color, which makes them look similar to wild turkeys. But, thats where any similarity to the wild turkey ends. The ve subspecies of wild turkeys are found from northern Mexico through the United States and to southern Canada. They tend to be bronze and black in color, a color adaptation that allows them to remain concealed in the wild. Domestic turkeys are bred for size and their plump white breast meat. These birds can weigh 25 to 30 pounds, and even more if held from one year to the next. Although wild turkey toms, particularly in western and midwestern states, can get to 22 to 24 pounds, mature gobblers in southern states rarely weigh more than 21 pounds. Where farmers and ranchers need to protect their domestic birds from predators, wild turkeys possess an unbelievable wariness and eyesight. Wild turkeys notice anything out of place in their environment. Experienced turkey hunters will tell you that a careless move or lack of concealment will send the birds packing and a hunter home empty-handed. Startled wild turkeys can quickly become airborne and reach speeds of 55 miles per hour in seconds. If theres any practice that confounds wildlife biologists across the country, its the mistaken belief that domesticated turkeys, even those bronze in color and resembling their wild counterparts, can be released in the wild and manage to survive. Nothing could be further from the truth. Regardless of color, domesticated turkeys dont possess the wild genes to survive, and the birds wind up being food for any of a host of predators. Domesticated turkeys can also be immune to certain diseases, but they can introduce those diseases into wild birds. So when you sit down to your Thanksgiving meal, give thanks. However, if you want a lesson in humility, then take your gun (season and regulations permitting) and go bag that bird for your family. My bet is if you go the latter route, it will make you all the more amazed about the wild turkey.

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The Blue Devils tried to return the favor when their nal drive of the half ended with them reaching the Tigers 15, but the Blue Devils eld-goal attempt went wide. In the fourth quarter, Blountstown was able to parlay a third-quarter turnover by Holmes County into the lone touchdown of the game. A Blue Devils fumble gave the Tigers the ball at their 44 with 4:02 to play in the quarter. Seven minutes and a quarter change later, the Tigers Chason Roulhac drove up the middle to score from the 3. Bennett was good with the extra point and the Tigers had gained a rematch with Liberty County. The Tigers nearly scored again in the nal minutes of the fourth quarter, gaining 60 yards on four successive personal fouls charged against the Blue Devils. The Tigers began the last drive when Dylan Lee intercepted a Blue Devils pass inside the Blountstown 30. The outcome decided, the Tigers elected to take a knee inside the Blue Devils 20.PHOTOS BY RANDAL SEYLER The Blountstown Tigers shut out the Holmes County Blue Devils 3-0 Friday night at Bonifays Memorial Field in the 1-2A regional playoff opener. Bottom left: Holmes Countys team captains meet their Blountstown rivals for the pre-game coin toss Friday night at Memorial Field. Bottom right: 03 Blue Devils seniors Jacky Miles Jr. (3) and Chris Newton (5) scramble to try and stop the Tigers defense during Friday nights 1-2A regional playoff game in Bonifay.By TINA HARBUCK654-8440 | @DestinLogTina tharbuck@thedestinlog.com GRACEVILLE Freeports defense held strong for a 26-21 win over the Graceville Tigers Friday night in a Region 1-1A semi nal. The Bulldogs, 6-5, will travel next Friday to Northview take on the Chiefs in the 1-1A championship game. Freeport led 20-14 at the half after taking advantage of a couple of early turnovers. At the start of the fourth quarter, Freeport capped an 86-yard, 10-play drive with a 9-yard run by Owen Cole. Gabe Moores extra-point kick went wide right and the Bulldogs led 26-14 just seconds into the quarter. Graceville, 8-3 answered in 35 seconds with a touchdown. C.J. Miller broke loose up the middle for a 56-yard scamper to the end zone. Toquille Franklin kicked the point for a 26-21 total with 10:03 left to play. The Tigers had the ball two more times, but the Bulldog defense held its ground. Freeport forced a punt on the rst possession and then stopped Graceville on downs with just 1:14 left. Freeport drove the opening kickoff into position for a eld-goal attempt, but Moore missed from 30 yards. Graceville made ve rst downs on its rst possession, but nally was turned back when Rasheed Campbell, who rushed for 86 yards, was dropped in the back eld on fourth down. Graceville scored on its next series when Jarrett Brogdan went over from 3 yards to cap an eight-play drive. Campbell and Brogdan were the workhorses on the drive. Franklin booted the point after for a 7-0 edge early in the second quarter. Freeport responded quickly. Moore connected with Joseph Scarpaci for 17 yards and Zach Fordem for 10. Two plays later, Morgan Hardee ran a reverse 7 yards and it was 7-7. The Tigers muffed the ensuing kickoff and Freeports Dalton Raymond recovered. Cole clipped off 26 yards, then scored on the next play from 4 yards. Graceville fumbled and Cole recovered for Freeport. The Bulldogs scored in less than 2 minutes as Moore connected with Fordem for a 30-yard TD pass. Graceville scored moments before halftime on a Preston Nichols to Campbell connection for a 34 yards to make it 20-14 at the break. Freeport rushed for 223 yards with Cole leading with 110 yards and two touchdowns. Nick Russell rushed ve times for 47 yards. Moore completed nine of 15 passes for 149 yards and one touchdown. Graceville rushed for 323 yards. Campbell carried the ball 12 times for 86 yards, while Jared Padgett and C.J. Miller each had 83 yards. Nichols was three of seven passing with one touchdown.From Staff ReportsBONIFAY Holmes County High Schools very own Superstar basketball player Chris Walker signed on with the University of Florida at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14 surrounded by friends, family, coaches, peers and mentors. Sitting with Walker during his big day were Jeneen, Deniqua and Detavious Campbell. Walker said that he was very excited to be representing his home town and that he chose the University of Florida because it would help him excel when he goes on to play professional basketball. Ive had the opportunity to work with Chris going on three years, said Head Coach Poe White. Chris is a hard worker, he loves the game of basketball and he plays hard. Hes been given the opportunity to live out his childhood dream by going to one of the most prestigious colleges, the University of Florida.Blountstown shuts out Holmes County Freeport holds off Graceville Walker signs with University of FloridaPHOTO BY CECILIA SPEARS | Times-AdvertiserHolmes County High School senior Chris Walker signed his letter of intent with the University of Florida on Nov. 14 at the HCHS library.

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Washington County News Holmes County Times-AdvertiserWednesday, NOVEMBER 21 2012 BPAGE 1SectionWashington County Christian School Im to gowing to cook a turkey poot chogr in it an bunanu barbcyoo on it sum chanse. Frst you got to cllen it. Cllen it with a brush. I nd it run ing in my haws and poot a turkey in a dag. Naye First things rst I gota to hunt the turkey. Next things next cook it. 3rd things 3rd put the spices on the turkey. 4th thing 4th you got to eat the turkey oooo I dont know how to cook a turkey. Ryan First you kill a turkey next you cut it. After you cook it foor 99 mines then you eat it in. last you vit all your frinds over. Tyler I nd a Turkey wen it is runing around. I clean a turkey with water and soap. Wen I am done I put it in the uven. And wen I am done with that I cut it up wen I done I eat it. J.D. I clean the turkey. Then I pat it and the uven on 350. It tase 40 minis. To get done. Then I chipe up anyis. I chip them up good. Put tpmpts on it. I get Kyle to tase it. He said it was good. The end Qaa Vernon Elementary School First I would bike it on the stove. Second I would get it off of the stove, kast I would serve it to my mom and dad, Connor J Morris First, I would bake it. Then I would put some carrots around it. I would also put potatoes around it. Then I would season it, I would use salt and pepper, my turkey is done! Justin Anderson First, you got to walmart and buy a bigfat turkey. Then, you goget a timer. Then, you check out, then, you go home and pot the time in the turkey. Then, you pit it in the oven, turn on the oven. Then, let it cook. Then you take out the terkey now yougot a cooked juicey turkey to eat on thankiving day. The End! Caitlin Allen I would put wood on a re. I would put sauce on the turkey and let it cook just for a second. I would like to see if its do ne and take it our. Now when its done then I eat it! Naiyana Peterson First, I put the turkey in the oven, t hen I grab it out of the oven. Next, I put solt and pepper, Last, I put it on a plat and eat it! Jason Bullard 1zt you kill a turcky. 2nd you put it on the stove eyes 3rd put meat on it 4th I put it off the stove eye 5th eat it Sarah First, you got to get the turkey out. Next, you put it in the oven, then, you take it out. Last you can eat it! Trinity Cooke First, I would nd a turkey in a barn. Second, I would pick the feathers out. Then, I would get the turkey some hot sauce. Then, I would cook some pie, to. Then, I would put the turkey in the oven. Roxann Rygula First, I would chop his head off! Then I would put him in the frying pan. Next, I take him out. Last, I eat that turkey! Nathan Hodges First, I will get a turkey out of the freezer and them I am going to get the boiler ready, so I can cook it and then take it to my family! Michael Lee First, we nd a turkey. Second, we kill it, third, we pull the feathers off. Finally, we cook it then we eat it. Wade Dockery First, I would put chocolate chips on it. Second, I would put marsh mellows on it then I would put it in the ovin for 10 seconds. Rheannah Hall You have to take the wrapper off. Then, you have to put stof ng in it, Next, you have to cook the turkey. Alissa Osburn First, you kill it and clen i. then put it in the oven, once it is done cooking take it our of the oven let it set and then eat it, Ryker Comton First, you put the turkey in the oven. Second, you wait a few hours. Then, you take the turkey our and pot pepper on it, last, you set the table, thats how you make a turkey. Toby Forhand First, I cook a turkey. Second, I get some mustard. Third, I get peppert and stuf ng and put on the hot turkey. Finally, I cook mashed potatoes and gravey. Sean Hammock First, I would put it on a stove. Then, I would turn the sove on Next I would take it out. Last I would cut it and I would eat it! Macon Evans Theis is how we cook a turkey at my house. First you tack it out the night befor so it can thaw, the next morning you clean it out and rinse it, Next you put dressing in it then wwrap it up. When all this is completed then you put the turkey in the oven to bake. When it is done y ou eat it. Yum yum. Jeremiah Tnis is how I eat my turkey. I eat my turkey with cram berry souce and tater sdlet, I wat bake turkey bake turkey is good but u dont eat frid turkey we kill the trukey thin we rinse it off then cook it when its done you can eat it. Yum yum. Joshua This is how we cook a ture at my house. At my house we cook tyrker like this, put ras in the turker thien we clen it out Anna This is how we coock a turckey at home. I take his guts out then i clean it. The I open it then I put the seaoning in it the I coock it. And eat it yu yum Alanna How you make a turkey at your house. First you go out and kill i. the next morning you clean the gust out of it and risne ir of. Next you put dressing in it ana rap it up. When this is all completed then you put it in the oven then bake it. And when its done then you eat the turkey. Yummy yummy yummy turkey is in my tummy, Lily Lamarre This his how my uncle cooks turkey. Me and my Uncle J-man (Jay) go hunting. We kill the turkey. We take it home. Cut his head off. And I take the gisserds ou. And then we take it inside, we skin it. Also the most important thing of all, th oven. And late on eating. MMMMMMMMMMMM! Dylan This is how we cook a turkey rst you tho it ovt over night in the moring we oeen it and er set the stov, and we git a pan and we set the pen on the stove and we kok it and we eat. Starla This is how we cook a turkey at my house. Firs you take ir out the night before so it can thow. Next night w e pull out the guts and rinse it. Thin we pat dressing in it. And we rost it. Riley This is how I cook a turkey at my house. First I leave it out oveer day so it can thaw, then I rinse it and clean it realy good. By night I cook it realy good. Next morning I eat. It is the best turkey ever!!!!! I cant wait to eat it again on Monday and on Sunday. Christopher Laine Nallick This is how we cook a turkey at my house. First my mom takes it our of the bag and thaws it out over night. My mom does not put anything in the turkey. My mom cooks the turkey and take it out. Then we eat the turkey for diner. Yum-yum. Issac Lyon This is how we cook a turk at my home. Frst my mom opens the bag of turkey the my mom takes the guts out. Lene wosh it. Len I put rob on the turkey. Lene my mom kuted the turkey. Then my mom and my and my two sisters eat the turk, Dale This is how I cook a turkey at my house. First you take it out of the night before so it can thaw. The next mornig u clean it out and rinse it. Next ou put ranch dressing and peper on it. And then wrap it up. When it is all done. You put it in the oven. When its all completed u wit and then you eat it, yum-yum that was good. Kaile Allen This is how we cook a turkey at my house. First we unerap the turkey the night before. Then we fry the turkey and we put pepper on the turkey. And we put salt on the turkey. Yummy in my tummy. Dailee Bell This is wo I cook a turkey. I take my turkey and I take it cuts out. Then I fri ir. Then I eat. Yum yum. Timothy Mason Lee This is how I cook a turkey. First my mom buys it, then I put grees on the turkey. And when Im done putting ggrees on it I put the turkey in the oven for the hole night. Tken it the morning I take it out of the oven. Then when its dinner time I eat it. Yummy in my tummy! I hope I make nother turkey next thanksgiving have you ever make a turkey? Marissa Heres how I woud make a turkey 1. Frist I will buy the turkey 2. then I put the suase on it 3. third I put it in the oven 4. and when its do cooking I let it cool 5. the wile it cooling I set the table6. I cook potatos and carv a pupkin 7. then I put the food on the table. 8. I pour pop in to cups for my family 9. the I add stuf ng in to a boul. 10. I put the chairs in to place. 11. I get the hiychair for my little sis 112. then I call my family to dinner 13. we sit down. 14 we hold hands 15 and we pray that is how I make a turkey dinner. Bailey Lambright If I was gowrg to cook a turkey I wlb go and bay a turkey. Thin I wude putet it in the uven. Then I will tacket awte and and thine im dun. Gracie Clark 1 heres hale you can make a turkey you can shot a turkey or you can buy one. 2. then you can put it in the uvin then you take it out. 3. then you can stuff it with the stu n. 4 then you have a turkey 5. I will have apals and cak and a pare. Jacob If I was cooking a turkey this I houw I would do it. 1. I would buy a turkey or shoot a turkey. My dad shoots turkeys but mom buys turkeys. 2. I would stuff it with stuff. 3. I would cook it on a grill. 4. Befor it is done coocing I would baste it couse you would not like it unbasted would you? 5. When its done you dig in. thats the youay you coock a turkey for thanksgiveing! Fancy Somerset A turkey is like put it on the pan and you put garlek on the turkey and you put it in the aven and then when it is son and then you eat it when you it it it taste good when you wat it. When your turkey is gone you can ceal a turkey you can eat it agene and then you fo to bed whe nit is night time you go to bed. Lexus Get a gun and shot it get the ckin off of it than put it and the ofvin and lit it cook and get it awt a it is don and you eat it than you gow agand Jacaury Peterson I hath to git a turakne you hath to pite paper you hath to tose it. You hath to coock it in the stov you hath to sesin the turckne. Kamry Nix you stuff it you cook it you put ouyl in it you ceck it Michael Seal If I ever eat a turkey I will put some solt and peper. I will eat apple with my turkey. 3. My turkey is good my family loves my turkey. I thank the turkey is good. Alicia Seaman You buy a turkey. You put sisning on it. You put it into the stove. Then you take the turkey out. Then you have a turkey. Gdnyd Peterson First you nd a turkey. Next you rip of the feathers. Then you get a pot. Next you put some water in the pot. Then you boil the water. Next you put the turkey in the pot. Then you put the pot on the stove. Devin Popp you kill the turkey you take it home skin the turkey cook the turkey eat the turkey Chevin Thes is how you kuk a torkey. First you kel a torkey. Then you kuket. Then you but some sos in it, then you tak et the kent I tok et the bons, then I it it olyon. Tyler Boss First my mom bus the turkey, then my mom cooks the turkey, net we held he cook the turkey. Last we eat at it all of us. Randi Smith First you haf to get a trky and unfrus the trky. Next you need t cook it. Way you are cookin it you haft to bot sum sezinon tob of it, then wat tell its doo. Then cut it up and eta it. Will Brown On Thanksgiving I go to my aunt Robins house and I help her make a big turkey. I put ower on the turkey and I put salt and peper on it and I put grese in the crok pot and put the turkey in the crokpot what so you do to your turkey on thanksgiving. Markia Angove First kill the turcky. Seconde go buy the turkey. Thurd put it in th uvine. Fourth put it on 100 minits lost eat it for your holday have a good day be eating it good buy. Kaylee On Thanksgiving my mom and dad poot sesinin on it then thay poot it in the uvin then thay poot the uvin on six drgrese after it is dun cookin we cut it. Olivia York How we cook a turkey is rst we put some sesen on the turkey, sencen we wrap up the turkey in ten foy. Then we cook in on the grel buttful. Faliny we eat the good turkey. Asiah On thanksgiving we had turkey. We had to make it and we did, rst we take the plastik off. Then we put it in the uvin and tyn it on. Nexst we take I t out and sesnin it. Last we put chary on it. Tanner Day We poot the turkey in the pot then we let it cook. We take it out. Then we sesen it. Then we eat it. Deonta First my mom goes and buys turkey at a market on Thanksgiving. She gets a really big pan out. And she puts it on the pan. She bakes it for sixty menes. After sixty menes is over me and my mom tacke it out of the oven. She sets it on are plates thats how we make a turkey. Courtney You cook a turkey on Thanks giving. I put senceaning on it. I turn on the ovin. The temper is 10 menits and 20 secentis. When its done I take it out of the ovin and I let it cool of. When it cools of I take it out of the pan. Then me and my family eats it. Tate frist go to a store to buy a turkey for Thanksgiving. Then you put gres on the turkey. Then you have to put it in a pan to cook. Then you git it out. Then you have a turkey to eat. Olandrea First you put seesin on the turkey. Second, you put it in the oven and cook it on 60 and you leave it in the oven for 10 menets. Then you take it our. Finlly you eat it. Eli First my dad kills my turkey. Then clens the turkey. Next he puts seneiog on the turkey. Then puts the turkey in the u n 4 2 hous. Then were ready for Thanksgiving. BaileyHOW TO COOK A TURKEYby Washington County and Holmes County 2nd-graders 1zt you kill a turcky. 2nd you put it on the stove eyes 3rd put meat on it I would put it in the ovin for 10 seconds. Rheannah Hall You have to take the wrapper off. Then, you have to put stof ng in it, Next, you have to cook the turkey. Alissa Osburn First, you kill it and clen i. then put it in the oven, once it is done cooking take it our of the oven let it set and then eat it, Ryker Comton First, you put the turkey in the oven. Second, you wait a few hours. Then, you take the turkey our and pot pepper on it, last, you set the table, thats how you make a turkey. Toby Forhand This is how we coock a turckey at home. I take his guts out then i clean it. The I open it then I put the seaoning in it the I coock it. And eat it yu yum Alanna How you make a turkey at your house. First you go out and kill i. the next morning you clean the gust out of it and risne ir of. Next you put dressing in it ana rap it up. When this is all completed then you put it in the oven then bake it. And when its done then you eat the turkey. Yummy yummy yummy turkey is in my tummy, Lily Lamarre This his how my uncle cooks turkey. Me and my Uncle J-man (Jay) go hunting. We kill the turkey. We take it home. Cut his head off. And I take the gisserds ou. And then we take it inside, we skin it. Also the most important thing of all, th oven. And late on eating. MMMMMMMMMMMM! Dylan This is how we cook a turkey rst you tho it ovt over night in the moring we oeen it and er set the stov, and we git a pan and we set the pen on the stove and we kok it and we eat. Starla This is how we and rinse it. Next ou put ranch dressing and peper on it. And then wrap it up. When it is all done. You put it in the oven. When its all completed u wit and then you eat it, yum-yum that was good. Kaile Allen This is how we cook a turkey at my house. First we unerap the turkey the night before. Then we fry the turkey and we put pepper on the turkey. And we put salt on the turkey. Yummy in my tummy. Dailee Bell This is wo I cook a turkey. I take my turkey and I take it cuts out. Then I fri ir. Then I eat. Yum yum. Timothy Mason Lee This is how I cook a turkey. First my mom buys it, then I put grees on the turkey. And when Im done putting ggrees on it I put the turkey in the oven for the hole night. Tken it the morning I take it out of the oven. Then when its dinner time I eat it. Yummy in my tummy! I hope I make nother turkey next thanksgiving have you ever make a turkey? Marissa Heres how I woud make a turkey 1. Frist I will buy the turkey 2. then I put the suase on it 3. third I put it in the oven 4. and when its do cooking I let it cool 5. the wile it cooling I set the table6. I cook potatos and carv a pupkin 7. then I put the food on the table. 8. I pour pop in to cups for my family 9. the I add stuf ng in to a boul. 10. I put the chairs in to place. 11. I get the hiychair for my little sis 112. then I call my family to dinner 13. we sit down. 14 we hold hands 15 and we pray that is how I make a turkey dinner. Bailey Lambright If I was gowrg to cook a turkey I wlb go and bay a turkey. Thin I wude putet it in the uven. Then I will tacket awte and and thine im dun. Gracie Clark 1 heres hale you can make a turkey you can shot a turkey or you can buy one. 2. then you can put it in the uvin then you take it out. 3. then you can stuff it with the stu n. 4 then you have a turkey 5. I will have apals and cak and a pare. Jacob If I was cooking a turkey this I houw I would do it. with stuff. 3. I would cook it on a grill. 4. Befor it is done coocing I would baste it couse you would not like it 5. When its done you dig in. thats the youay you coock a turkey for ADARA POWELL ERILYN SMITHSee TURKEY B2

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Evt jaml chrr or I, the nyou put it and pepr then put tater the taol. Then you reake some this els then you evtseom atlaterof. Hunter This is how you cook a turkey. First you go to the stor and get the turkey. Then you put sezning on it. Put it in the oven put the tepenter on 20. Then hete it up for an haror or so. When the timer goses off it is time to eat it for thanksgiving. Isabella At thanksgiving I will cook a turkey for thanksgiving. First we will buy the turkey for thanksgovong. I put sos on it and cook it. Lila I wok at 1-00 ther I put my cam of lauge then I got in my car there I went hint ther I killed the turkey ther I went home to cook I pu t hin in a dig pot in the soue. There I et there I eat in the Tiffany Barnes Cela turkey.and kut the scin tace out guts. Kut the hrt and luns. Put in a big big pan. Put in solt and pepr. Matthew Walters Hint a chrkey wid my dad. We din to chrkeys show up din I snowt the chrkey my dad hra o had chot the chrkey hery din we clen the lous uv the chrkey din I powt pipryon the chrkey welll we doid at we lkan eat the crke the in Gage Brock First I wokv perley to go hunt in gprop turkey and clen the and thef etn I bot it tdc it o it, Dalaine Seven years ago I hunted all day long. I was fresing to death. I was hunting fr turkey, wit my dad. My dad ded get yur ri son. I got my ri and shot a big turkey. We tuk hom. Ce cant eat it yet, we cut his hed off. We dont wont the feders so we have to tak them off. We have to get his stomak out. Then we get som watr in a pot and put him ove a camp r mama puts salt and pepr in it and then brbq. It cooks a long time and then I eat it. Brycen Pruett Fist I get up in the mooig. Then I pet my camo ouge. Then I go two the truck. Then go we drove in. I get home will cut the turkey hed. Then I vut the foot. Then she pet the ufn. She pet the pet dowr. My foesy eat the turkey. Jayme Baker I go wit mom to the grosry stor. We nd a fat turke. Mama pad thirty dollars for it. We took it hom and took the stuff out of it. We cut the turke off the bones. Mama lets me put a lot of pepr on it. Then we pored something out of a red box it the pot. Thn I hav to turn the stov on to get hot. Thn my mom sticks it in the stov. I wach it thru the window. It turns brown and we get it out and eat it with som corn. Logan Hallmark First by the turkey at the groshry store. Second go home and cook the turkey for 30 minutes and win the turkey done tuke the turkeys fetars abd take the fetars, then put things like vinger last jet the tuble. Christopher First you kill the turkey. Second you pull off the feathers and put it in the oven or the turkey cooker. Then you turn the oven on high. Finally you get the table set up. And last you eat the turkey with your family or by your self. Have a great day. Peyton Gainey First you buy the turkey at the stor. Next you un rap the turkey. Then you cook the turkey. Last you stuff the turkey. Finaley you can have a delishous turkey. Mason Brock First you go to the growshrey stor and you can by a turkey with $.20 for one pound. Second you tack it home and boil the turkey. Then you put it in the aven and pat it on for 30 minits. Last you eat the turkey. Kill the boy turkey it is the tasteyest of all. Boy. Kiersten First get the turkey. Second put the turkey in the oven cut the oven on 60 dugres Farinhit. Then sesen the turkey. Last you get the turkeyout of the oven. Finally you share it Hallie Fowler First you put it on a pan thin you put it in the ovin. Second you let it backe for a littit. Last you take it out of the ovin you take the turkey on plates thin when you put it on the plate you let it cool off when it cools off you can eat it. Jack Shackelford First you cut open the turkey and wash the turkey. Second you take the faat out of the turkey. Then you seasen the clean turkey. Next you stuff it. Finally you put it in the oven on meadeem high. Thats it. Oh and enjoy. Kirstyn Brown First poot the turkey in the oven. Second poot the oven o 15 minets. Then poot peper on the turkey. Finally tack the turkey out of the oven and let it cool of. Last you can eat it. Mason G. This is how to cook a turkey. First you bie the turen and when you get home sesen the turkey. Second you put the turkey in the uven. Then you take the turkey out and stuff it with the turkey meat. Last if you are eating at someones house you take it to there hous. Finally you get to eat the turkey. Allyson Duke First you by a turkey. Second you sesen it. Then you get the oven the write temptrer. Finly you put the triangl in it. Last you take the tringl out and eat the turkey. Grace Rutherford First you warm uo the pane then you put the turkey in the pan. Second you cook the turkey. Then youtake it and cut the turkey. Finally you sisin in it last you eat the turkey. Mason Shef eld First you get the turkey alt of the frezer. Second you make sher you have a pen. Then you can hvnt the turkey or you can pbe it. Finally you can put it in the uvin. Last it is dun and you can eat it. Haiden First you go huntin for a tukey. Second than you take it home. Then take the thers off. Finally stick it in the uvin. Last you have you meal. Jacob Duke First you cub the turkey wheth buterr and second you put him in the oven and eat turkey. And it will be good. I love it. These is oles hiss love. These yayan rashcz. I love Mrs. Smothers. Tayken First you to to the stor duy a tarkeys int foet. Something to cook the turkey. Then you gut it in th turkey in the pot. Filly you tet to cook. Last you tak it out and ate it. Sean First you got to buy the turckey. Next, to let it fall out of the bag. Then you got to put it in the offen for 100 minnits. And then you got to tack it out of the offen and whant inteel it cooks off. Finnally you can eat the turckey and put spisses on it. Winter First mom gets the turkey. Next you let it thow out. Then gandmall backs the turkey in the oven. Finally we eat it by. Amber Moore First my mom and dad buys the tukey. Next my mom staff it then put it in the one. Then my mom cut the tukey. Finally then we eat the tukey all gone. Jassmine Brock This rst is how you cook a terky. First you let the terky thow out next then you put the water in tth pot then put in the terkey. Finilly you put in your ingreateends. Last you take it our and eat it yam! Yam? Yam! Blake I put the trcey in the ovenene. My family trcey is dun. You let it cool off. We ate the tracey. Corey First you go to the refrigerater and get the turkey. Next you let the turkey thow out in water. Then you stuff in the turkey. Finally you can bake the turkey Teina Firat you by the terckey and take it out. Next you put salt, pepper, slap ya mama sesin, and garleck. Then you cook it. Than you take it out. Last you eat it. Pweied end of story by by see you later. James Garner First I by a trcky. Next I let it thow out. Then I put it in the oven. Finally I eat some trcky. Brianna First you biy the trky. Next you dfrost the trky. Then you poot it in the uvin. Finally you take it out of the uvin in poot it on the plates in poot it on the table. Tice Paul First you got to cill the turcky. Next you take the skin off. Then you put it in the uven. Finally you take it out of the uven and you can eat it. Abby First you put some good stuff on the trge. Next you put the trge in th uven and take it out. Then put some leves all around it. Mary First I go to the store. Next we buy the turkey. Then we go home when we get home we stuff it nally we put it in the oven. When it is done we all eat it. James First you kill the turcky. Next you stuff the turkey then you bake the turcky. Finally you eat the turcky Makenna First I catc the turkey. Next I stuff the turkey. Then I cook the turkey. Finally I eat the turkey at thanks giveing. Alesia Forst o hunt the turcenck. Next my mom cook it. Then my mom puts it in the oven. Last my mom take it out then we eat it. Tom GRACE AND GLORY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL cill 2 turkeys pluk it fethers cut fat and sed of his haad boil about 2 hours dot wont to hot salt it peper it spicis to take one out take the uther out cut it square slices put a bunch of kechup on it make dressing put it on slices of lettes put around tuckerys vallaw Raean Corbin go nd a turkey and kill it clen it seon it rap it in tenfol and put it in a pan and cook for hours and not done cook for 3 minits. Mykenzie Weeks buy a turkey meat ion a store wash it very good put it in the oven then put it on a plate and wala. Mia Carrillo You get the turkey You poot into the ofen Then you poot it in the ofen for one more main Thank you eat Janzen Kindelspire kill it and droil the turkey and cook it and give it to the store Gabriel Verill Cook the turkey Put on the lemon seasoning Cook mashed poatatos Put it in for an hour Put timer on the oven Set the table for the turkey Eat it with some tea Jerryamah Robinson buy it cook it for a 1 oururers take out the bones scrap off the bood Quincy Worthington Got to the stor Put the turkey in the fridge. Then put some seasoning on the turkey and put it on the stove and then let it cook and then cut it. Madison Hayes First you cill the turkey thin you suck up the vlud and cook it and seasoning and thats all Nathan Get a turkey take the feather of the turkey so it is clean. Then you put some special seasoning. Time to cook put it in the oven for 1 half of an hour Time to set the diner table. The turkey is ready take it out get some cranbetty sauce and peas. Well done. By. Claudia Bella Boyd Bonifay Elementary School I think how to cook a turkey is to uf it whith seasoning then put it in the oven for 1 awer then tak it out and let it cool then when it is cool tack it out side then invite your fanily and injoy your turkey Karlee Chitty First you kill the turkey. Second you pluck the turkey. Third you clean the turkey. Fourth you season the turkey. Fith you stuff the turke with cornbread. Sixth you cook the turkey. Seventh you eat the turkey. We are thinking about having lasagna for thanksgiving. If you have lasagna for thanksgiving we wouldnt have to kill one. Casey Johnson Capcher a turkey then get it fat for 2 bunch of meat then get a ri or a nutheher wepen and shot it and then take it in side and put it in oven and cook it. Bradly Marell I thenk I no haw to mak a turkey you friy it and you put drokle in it and ten you put it wn a plat and you have thants geveng dinr the in. Railee Oost First put the turkey in the oven. Next then you take it out of the oven. Last then you eat the turkey. Taylor Powell First you put it in a pan and then you put it in the oven and you cook it then it is dune. Jaylee Patterson First you put it in a big pot. And thin you put it in the oven. Pasiley Williams How do you think to cook a turkey. Cut the turkeys head. And cook the turkey. Skyle Ssapia Puts sesen in it and put it on the uvin and sesen it more and wine it is dune lete it cole dune. Jacob Broxton I thank how to cook a turkey you buy a turkey from the store and you put it in the oven and you let it set in oven for a fyow minitse in thin tack it ant in thatse how I hank you cook a turkey. Terra Peacock I think the way too cook a turkey is rst you buy the turkey. Next you un rapit. Next you cook the turkey. Last dut not lest you eat the turkey. Cameron Lindesy First you back the turkey then you sesene the turkey with all difrint sesene. My mommy pots salt and peper. Abby I thin the way to cook a turkey is rst you buy the turkey and thin you unrape the turkey and thin you cook the turkey. Creek Kelly Stip 1 by the turkey. Stip 2 phot the turkey in the uven. Stip 3 what for the uven to go ding that is ol the stips. Robert Sprague Step 1 : hunt a turkey. Step 2: pluk it. Step 3: wash it good. Step 4: put 1 or 2 spices and cookit. Radie First you need to defrost the turkey. Then you need to get a big bowl then you need to wash it. After that you need to spice the turkey. Last you need to cook the turkey. Jordon You can hunt a turkey. We can defreeze. You can cook it on a grill. You own cook a turkey on the stove. Shakana First put it in water. You put secaning on it. You put a can in it. Then you can add some more secaning to the turkey. Than mack shore there are no more fat in it. Cook it. Then eat it. Aubry I go to the stuw and buy a turkey. Ttin I run whotr thin I put the turkey in the whotor. I wate for 10 mints ttin I put butr on my turkey. And I put the turkey in the uvin. Ashlyn First hunt or diy. Sekcon you cluck the fethers thered you wash the turkey. Fourth wy youre cooking the turkey poot it in the sesneaing. Fith you poot it in the oven. Sixth, you chop it up. Seventh you eat it, Ana-Lynn You want to cook a turkey for a hour or tow and rst you want to defrosen your turkey. Nathan You can cook it and ckile it you can butrit cook the turkey in the grille or the uvin. Selena You have to kill it. You cluck the fethers. Your wash it. You cook it. You have to give it out. Now you eat. Hunter Buy a turkey or hurt a turkey. Put a turkey on the oven thay put sum sot on the turkey. Thay cop it up. Thay you get a plat. Thay you get a fook. Thay you or rit to eat the turkey. Dylan I go to kil the turkey in the woods with my dad and then wii kooc the turkey on the stov and poot sisining solt on it Ryan You can hunt it you can buy it you can clean it out you put it on gril or stove or roste it. Zachary First you kill it or buy it and then you pull out the fethers out or defrost after that cook it and after that you seson it and thed you eat it. After you eat it you brak the wish bone. Gabe First you faft to hunt don the turkey then you cook the turkey then you pluck the fether rhen cook the turkey then enjoy. Aiden Firt I would by the turkey from the store. Then I would defrost it. And then I would butter it. Then I would put seasoning on it. And then I would cook it. And last I would eat it. Mikayla Firt you have to cile the turkey and then you have to pluck the feths off of the turkey and then you have to put it in the pan. Morgan First, my dad goes to nd a turkey and gets the turkey. He puts it in the oven or stove we love it and they put there stuff on it and I put my stuff on it sometime my mom. My put the same stuff on it and cus hers up or Ijust puts it plain but my daddy I dont now he put his but I will now how I thaink we put it in the oven put it on 5 mintis or more some times it haink we accshu put ketchup on my brouthers. We stuff it up with salt, pepper, and vegetables all the time to make it tastey and heal thy and good my family comes to come sellabrate Thanksgiveing my nanny, more more my grate granny, papa, mommy daddy. Savannah Porter How to bake a Thanksgiving turkey fecst grownsug at and fryer and pineapples you get a pan and bred grtlse wden bake it and salt and that is cll. How to back a Thanksgiving turkey Xavier First you git a twkey then you take the fethers off of it then you but gut it the you turn the oven on for 5 haurs then you out it in the oven then you set up the table. First you pour the drinks in the cups you about need 14 cups and then the oven ring then you take the turkey our of the oven and then you put BBQ sauce on it and then eat Jax I stuff the turkey and then I put in the oven and then I akit owt and I put coklet on it and I put butter on it and I put a apple hi in mooth and then I put leted no the turkey and then I cut tmatoe and put it arownd the turkey. Haley I now how to make a Thanksgiving turkey you go to the store and buy oil and get back in the car and go hom then get a pan and than get a knife than get the turkey and put it in the oven and put 10:00 min than get it out of the oven than stuff the turkey and put some BBQ on it than your done. That is how to make a Thankgiveing turkey. Alesha How to bak a turey. Frast you cling it thin you cut it you stof it thin thin you put it in the oven thin you wat a little bit thin you are duon. Erin How to bake a Thanksgiving turkey you put the turkey in the ze. Wine it is dune you put it in a pan wine you do that you git the salt and rude it in the turk wine you do that wine you put it in the oven. Wine you do that you drae it out them ruo turkey is dune. Jewels 1st get turkey fryer out. 2nd turn it on 3rd get turkey. 5th get oil out on turkey fryer. 6th I would get a preety plate to put it on when im done but im not done. 7th then start ippen it for a shile. 8th then after you ippled it about 5 minutes again and then youe done. 10th fwt plate and BBQ and ketchup and ranch. 11th. Get some fruit and vegatbles to set around twrey. 12th get salt and pepper. Carmen bread apple brown sugar choclate grapes cinnamon butter cinnamon sugar salt pineapples BBQ Hot sauce Hot ciped Sugar Ressie Salt Apple jackes Cookie crumes Cupcake sprikles Icine NOAH MITCHELL TURKEY from page B1HARLEYSee TURKEY B3

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Spices sugar Apple sauce Oven Lane First get a turkey next cinnimin next BBQ next ranch next butter then put it in the oven get it out and put salt and pepper on it the put hot sause on it River I am going to bak at urkr forst. Furst pot the turkrt for and a hav mis and put som butter and thin put some our and thin put som brown sugar and salt and ranch and cut sum apple and pinea apple Jaylee I use our. Then I put it in the stove. Then I put ketup on the turkey. Then I put bread in the fryer. Then I put BBQ on it. Then I stufng in it. Then I cook it with a pan. Then I pat ranch. Then I put salt on it. Then I put grease on it. Then I put brown sugar on it. Then I pat butter on it. Then I put apple on it. Then I put oil on it. Then I put it in the oven. Then I put hot sauce. Aleczandra How to kake a thanksgiveing turkey. First you yos oil then you yos salt then you yos rach then you yos a apple theny you yos BBQ then you yos our then you yos gas butter then you yos hot sauce then you yos vegetables then you yos lettuce then you yos ketchup then you yos poter then you yos brown sugar then you yos pan then you yos a stove then you yos hat then you yos ered then you yos stufng. Hayle Revels How to bake t a thinkgiving turkey. Thikgivin is fun. My mom is the best turkey baker. My dad is beter then my mom by baken a turkey. This year my ant is baken a turkey. I never sin her baken a turkey befor. I hop it will be good. I Love thankgiving it is fun. Next year my dad is baken a turkey. Hannah Anderson How to bake a thanksgiving turkey. Ou put in a pan then put it on the stove and put oil and then put ourand then put apples n it then let it cook for about a hour then ster it and put ranch and put some of brown sugar and put a lot of lettuce than you chek on it and it it is not done than put brad on it then see if it is done and if it is done you can take it out. Kylee Duplesis How to bake a terky poot it in a pan and poot butter aon the and poot bbq sose on the terky and terkey baste thak the terkey. 2 houre Matthew Thakgiving is a holiday my pernts set the ovin on 15 mints when the turkey is done they put salt perpe and getle it the turkey Michael How to make a turkey. On Thanksgiving we make a turkey. We stuff the turkey then we poor souse o n it. Me and my brother like to help but they want let us. They put seasaning on it. Then we put it in the ove. Then w eat it. Then the kibs go outside and play games. Me and my friend Madison sellers like to play hide and go seek. One time know onw could nd me nely I poped out of my hideing place they nely fond me. i won the game one of my friends Austin Gndlesperger got mad at me Levi Hodge was jumping on the trenplen and he fel down. Kadence On Thanks giveing you nd a turkey. Then you cook the turkey and then when it is done you cut the turkey and then you eat it. Caitlyn Terkey is cook bie my gamoa and me st my gramoa pops the tukey in the ovin and in 15 mins the turkey is done and my grama put pen on the tueken and then my grama pus sot no the turkey they turkey is done. Alexis The pot gos on the tabk. And you eat it together. It is good. My mom macks it good on thanksgiving. Kaleigh I love thanksgiving but ther is one othor thang that I love about Thanksgiving and that is the turkey I love the turkey becus it feds my famule. My mom cooks the she poots a little buter on the turkey then she cooks grits and she poots sum chis on the grits. Landon Crosby On Thanksgiving my grandma cooks a turkey she stufs it and we eat it. Every holiday my grandma makes a big diner. Paten Me and my dady go out in the woodes and go shooting turkey. And me and my grama cook turkey. Me and my brother play vido games. Austin On Thanksgiving I help my mom cook a turkey on Thanksgiving and she invist friends and family to ate food and have fun. Hannah On Thanksgiving I eat turkey at the church and I eat turkey at my house. I eat turkey at my Grannys I eat tuekey at my Grammys my mom cooks turkey in the uvan Alexis We eat turkey together. Me and my mom make turkey together. Some time I make tukey by my self. I love turkey. So does my family. I love thanksgiving. Kimberley We wat turkey together. My mom and dad bake it in the oven. Kalen You get a turkey and then you bake him and stuff him then put solt and papr on him then you eat it Levi We poot hot soce in the turkey in thin coock the turkey and the next mornen we eat him Chance The way you get a turkey ready for Thanksgiving is you go to the store get a turkey. Then you put it in the oven. Then when it is done take it out of the oven. Cade Stof a turkey and kacke and make shor you check your turkey and macke it rite. Lariah On thanksgiving day my dad cels a turkey and vit sit it in the uven then stuffs it then we all eat. Then we play game Clay How to kook a terkey put it in the uvin keep it in the uvin for a our. Take the terkey out of the uvin. Let theterkey cool doun. Whin it is thakxgitveing. I go to my ant and I eat whith my family Jayden Hou to cook a thaxkgive I put my trke in the uvin fo 1 mini. Caremy The ferst step is to put it in the oven for 5 owrs then take it out of the oven then you let your parentes ckut it in to slisies Jacob My mom boys at uke fp the ks giving put the turke in the ufen 57 menes Dominic I wode cook a terkey ferst I would clen the terkey then I wood briy the terkey and poot it on the chrau and I wood pop it in the oven that is hawe I wood cook a terkey Dellany My mother will cook a turkey on thanks giving on thanks giveing my family and me celubrate thanks giveing. My family love thanks giveing. My family cook a turkey on thanks giveving. Ethan How to make a tukie. Frist my mom washis the tukie. Second you put it in a pan. Third you bake. Four you take the tukie out of the oven. Five you see ef it is hot enof. Six you bake alittle longer. Seven you kute it up. Eight you set it on the counter let it set for 2 min. nine you let it set for alittle longer. Ten you put some sous on the tukie. Elefen you put the tukie in a pan and you take the tukie and if you dont have children who dont like peper ef they do put peper. Thelve ef you dont like peper dont put peper. Therten ef you do like peper you do put peper on it. Grace First tack the tirke and put it in the pan and wat about 20 min and then ip it over and tack the tirke and put it in the oven and add ower and mix it togther. Tack the tirke and then put soues on the tirke put soult on it to. Tack it and lay it on a napken. Amelia I cook my torkey like this I put it in the uven then I take it out and seasand it and I put it back in the uven I take it out of the uven and seasand it and a test it to see if it is done and it was done and we ate it som and I shar with my parents. Makayla How to cook a turky rst you buy the turky. Then you skin it alittle. Tird you spice it up alittle bit. 4th put it in the huven for 20 mitne. 5th take it out and then you cut it up and havit you famliy over and have a geat meal. And then you famliy would love your food and they will come over every thanks givein. Cheyenne Hawou to cook a turcke ferst get a netle and shuve it in the turcke and get the loose aout of the turcke then cook the turcke for ten menets then cute the turcke that haweu to macke a turcke. Kyle Halle to macke a torcke. you wosh a pan you cook the torck in a pan you cook the torcke in the uvin for 5 minis thin you tack the torck alte of uve then put shrip ierald it. Emma My famly cooks a turkey for Thanksgiving and this is how they do it. rst they buy the turkey then they put it in the oven and let it set for about ve minutes then they take it out of the oven and then they stick a beer bodle up its butt and then we eat it. Xavier How to make a turke arst you clene it than you put it in a pan than you put it in then on than you coke it than you put a kide of soice than you take it out of the on. Tanner if Ill cook a turcky i would put it in a pan and i would fry it omyomy it is good Brianna First me and my dad go hunting for a turkey. Next, we clean him. Then my mom washed him. Later we all help cook him. After we fry him. Last we set the table get ready to eat the turkey. Keegan This is how you make a turkey. Buy a turkey than put it in the oven. Than take it out of the oven. Than you cut it up and your parnts needs to help you cuting. Than put it on a plate and eat it. Clayton Frst I buy ir. Naex I get the ingredse. Last I put it in the oven and then I let it coul off. Kateyn First you hafto put it in the oven. Nexs you haf to put it on a timer. Last you sait it on the tabl so it can cool of. I am gowing to eat it. Taylor Dirst by a turkey at the storey. Second put spara on the pan. Thand put the turkey on the pan. Fourth put the turkey i the oven. fth take the turkey ote oevn. Sith let the turkey cole of. Kaydence I hunt turkeys on thanks giving for a thanks giving deat. First i get a pot and strae it so the turkey would not stike. Then I ll the pot with hot water. Nest I put the turkey in the pot to let it boil and I set it for two minenis when the turkey is done it is time for thanks giving. Kendall I will hunt a turkey. I will put it in the stove. Then I will do my job. And my freinde was pleshd to give me anout her one. So I was fell. So I give him one to. We where done. We had all ate the turkey. The end. Christopher First I willl go to the store and buy a turkey. Next: I will let my turkey thaw out. Then: I will boil my turkey and then let it cool off. Last: I will season the turkey and put vegtables around it and eat it. Rebecca First Ill put it on the grill. Next Ill let it cook. Last Ill get it out. Then Ill let it cool off then well eat it. Courtney My mom bies a turkey frum the stor and macks the turkey. for thancs giving she poots it in the oven. and she licks it very mutch. So I love my mom the end. Corey First Ill put it in the oven. Next Ill take it out of the oven. Then Ill wate for the turkey to cool off. Last Ill eat it. Loreili I will hunt to cuce a turkey. Then I towe the turkey in the oven. Then I take the turkey out uve the oven. Then we all eat the turkey. Gabe First you biy one. Next you put the turkey in the oven. Last you eat it. Abi Firt I will put the turkey on the stove. and I will put sum sot on the turkey and eat it. Aligah First I will buy a turkey. Next I will cook the turkey in the oven. Last I will eat the turkey. Xander I will biy it frome the stor then tack it home. thenn put in the sove then I will put it on 95 minits then tack it out uv the uven check the thumometer and if it not dun put It back in the uven then let it sit in a little longer the cum back then check it a gen now its dun. then I and mi famliy and my Brothers and Sister will eat it all Adara Before you cook a turkey. You must catch one. Then you must breany the turkey home. Then you must cook it on the stove. And thhen win it is done you must take it off the stove. And the you must let it cool off and then it is time to eat the turkey. Zeb You catch a turkey then you cut it then you put it in the oven Payton 1. Stuff the turkey 2. season it 3. put it in the oven 4. wait for the turkey 5. eat it Allie 1. I turn on the oven. 2. I get the turkey out of the fridge. Then i put the souse on it. Thne i put it in the aven. Jose turn on the oven and put it in the oven Lacie First turn on the oven and then you put turkey in the oven and then you wair ore until it is ready. Ben frist bute the turkey in the oven Then turn on the oven to bake then turrkey anb eat the turkey. Katherine rst We fo to the shop to get some turkey. Second you stuf it up. then you poot it in the oven. last you eat the turkey. Tyler Fistr you biy the turkey feam the stor. Socnd you stof the turkey with stong than you coke the turkey. LeeAnn rst take the fethers out. Arer that put it in the oven. then take it out of the ovun and eat it. Hunter First you buy the turkey turn on the oven then out the turkey and then lay it on the palant and eat and if you lie it buy one. Kayla turn on the oven let it wham up then put the turkey in the oven fore 60 mitnit Carson frst ur corf it ten ur put it in the hurfen ten ur eit it. Kollin Firs, you turn on the oven. second you put the stuff on it. then, you let it bake Next your getit oute Last, you eat it. Savanna Wednesday, November 21, 2012 ExtraWashington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | B3 Crossword PUZZLESOLULUTION ON PAGEE B5 TURKEY from page B2See TU URKEEY B6JaAX siSIMsS

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By THE REV. JAMES L. SNYDERSpecial to Extra Let me make it clear right up front that Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. I admit I am not too fond of many holidays. Can a week go by without some holiday that shuts down everybody? I celebrated Veterans Day, for example, on Sunday, and the next day I went to the bank and discovered the bank was celebrating Veterans Day on Monday. Dont they know what day it is? I trust these people with my money? Of all the holidays we have, Thanksgiving is high on my list. I used to have a high regard for my birthday, but so many of them have come that I do not like them anymore. I am ready to cancel that holiday. My birthday only means I am one year older and not one whit wiser. I am not thinking just about the scrumptious Thanksgiving dinner. OK, maybe I am, a little. Down through the years, I have been great fraternity buddies with eating. We have bonded so great throughout the years that even now, that bonding is beginning to show. I like Thanksgiving, and so I am a little confused about these sanity-challenged buffoons who are allergic to the word Thanksgiving. They want to use names like, Turkey Day, and the latest one T-Day. What the T stands for is anybodys guess. I know what D-Day stands for, but all the gray matter has leaked out of my skull trying to gure out what T-Day stands for. Given the rationality of these purveyors of insanity, I can only guess. Looking at what is happening to this great holiday, I have uncovered a con so covert that most people do not know it is going on. I call it the great Thanksgiving con. This is especially true for those who call it Turkey Day. First off, everybody says nice things about the turkey. The more the turkey struts, the more the compliments ow his way. What the turkey does not know is that when these Turkey Day people are looking at the turkey, they are also licking their lips. It is not the beautiful feathers that interest them. It is not the way the turkey proudly struts back and forth. The frame these people want to see the turkey in is a roasting pan. They want to get rid of all those feathers the turkey is so proud of and strip him bare so that he ts nicely in the roasting pan. The last few weeks of the turkeys life are rather remarkable. These people will give the turkey everything it wants. More food than the turkey can gobble up. What the turkey does not know is that there is a destiny in store for him. With all the attention paid him, he has the idea that everybody appreciates him for his looks. If this turkey would ever spend an evening watching television with his human host, he would gather the idea that the most important thing in all the world is how you look. Looking into the mirror, the turkey is quite proud of what he sees. He assumes what he sees looking in the mirror is what his human host sees when they look at him. How wrong can a turkey be? The con begins to unfold. Rumors are ying about that there is a great banquet being prepared in his honor. Any turkey would be proud of this kind of development and look forward to being the guest of honor. In fact, as the turkey struts back and forth in front of his human hosts, he hears them saying, Wont that turkey look good at our dinner table? Whose head wouldnt turn hearing this kind of a compliment? What the turkey does not know is that being a guest at a dinner table is a one-time event for a creature like himself. Any turkey worth his feathers does not think beyond this great feast being held in his honor. I can imagine the gobble back in the turkey pen with the other turkeys. This great big, goodlooking turkey, is telling all the others how important he is on the other side of the fence. Being the kind of turkey he is, his gobble wins over the admiration of the other turkeys. Im so special, the turkey gobbles to his inferiors, that those humans are having a special banquet, and I am the special guest of honor. The rest of the turkeys are ooohing in his direction, for they never seen anyone quite as special as this turkey. The fatal day arrives. People come for the turkey, and the rest of the turkeys have gathered around giving him a special turkey sendoff. They cannot wait to hear his report when he gets back from the special banquet. I say this is a con to beat all cons. Wrong messages are being sent to the turkey population. Thinking they are the guest of honor, they turn out to be the main dish on the banquet table. This is why I am against the term Turkey Day. It sends the wrong message. The focus around our table on this special occasion will not be the turkey but rather giving thanks to God who has been so good to us. Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name (Psalms 100:4 KJV). The Rev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship, PO Box 831313, Ocala, FL 34483. He lives with his wife, Martha, in Silver Springs Shores. Call him at 866-552-2543, email jamessnyder2@ att.net or visit www. jamessnyderministries. com. But when the holy Spirit comes upon you, you will be lled with power, and you will be my witnesses... Place your message here for only $8.00 per week.First Baptist Churchcome as you areMike Orr, Pastor1300 South Blvd. PO Box 643 Chipley, Florida (850) 638-1830Place your message here for only $8.00 per week.Saying GraceThe act of saying grace before meals is common to most cultures, and has its roots in antiquity. The common Catholic grace which runs Bless us, O Lord, and these thy gifts, which we are about to receive, from thy bounty, through Christ our Lord, Amen is found in the Gelasian Sacramentary, a Catholic service book which dates from the late 7th or early 8th century. An even simpler grace is the prayer which runs Lord, bless this food to our use and us to Thy service, and make us ever mindful of the needs of others. If you grew up saying grace before each meal, as I did, you may have become deaf to the meaning of the words. We are often struck most when we hear a prayer or a poem When I recently heard an even simpler version of the above prayer, i.e., Bless this food to our use and us to thy service, I was moved by its simplicity. Growing up Catholic, however, and hearing the Catholic grace every single day of my life, I grew numb to that prayers renewed meaning in the prayer, when I realized that the relatively short prayer contains three separate prayers, a prayer of petition (Bless us, O Lord), a prayer of Thanks (implicit in the words gifts and bounty), and a prayer of exaltation (through Christ our Lord). There are many ways to say Grace, and perhaps the simplest way is to bow your head and thank God for His goodness.BROWN FUNERAL HOME1068 Main Street, Chipley638-4010 Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser This Message Courtesy ofFor everything created by God is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it isreceived with thanksgiving, for it is made holy by the word of God and prayer. 1 Timothy 4:4-5 FAITH Wednesday, November 21, 2012 BPage 4Sectionwww.bonifaynow.com | www.chipleypaper.com St. Matthews plans Thanksgiving Day serviceCHIPLEY St. Matthews Episcopalian Church in Chipley will hold a Thanksgiving Day service of Holy Communion at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22.Leonia Baptist Church Thanksgiving DinnerLEONIA Leonia Baptist Church will have a free, community-wide Thanksgiving dinner at noon Thursday, Nov. 22, at the church, 1124 Gillman Road off Highway 181. Come join us, and bring a friend. For more information call 956-9992.Church to host Miracle Baby TestimonyBONIFAY Rachael Hatcher will speak at 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 25, at Bethany Baptist Church, giving testimony about a baby that wasnt supposed to be born because of complications, but because of a miracle of God was born with a minor handicap. Please come and hear what God has done. The church is at 1404 Highway 70 North, 10 miles north of Bonifay. For more information, call Pastor Johnie Bradshaw at 547-2550 or Herman Sellers at 548-5801.Life Recovery meetings at FBCBONIFAY The Life Recovery Group will provide Christcentered, 12-step recovery meetings from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the annex adjacent to First Baptist Church Bonifay. The meetings are free, and the group is certi ed by the Florida Department of Children and Families as a Faith-Based Outpatient Recovery Group. Most of us have struggled with some addictive behavior abusing alcohol, tobacco, food, pornography or legal or illegal drugs. If you or anyone you know has been struggling with any of these or other addictive behaviors and seriously wants a change in his or her life, he or she is welcome at these meetings. For more information, call us at 547-2420. Bro. Jackie Register, 63 of Graceville went home to his Lord and Savior on Monday, Nov. 12, 2012. Bro. Jackie was born in Holmes County, on May 9, 1949. A graduate of Poplar Springs High School, Class of 1967 and a graduate of Florida Baptist Theological College (now known as BCF), Class of 1998. He was a former pastor of Rocky Creek Baptist Church, Ariton Baptist Church, Piney Grove Baptist Church and Malone First Baptist Church. Bro. Jackie was also a Chaplain with Covenant Hospice of Marianna. He was a supporter of Heavens Way Biker Church. A loving son, husband, father, grandfather, brother, nephew and friend, who will be truly missed by all. Preceded in death by his father, Lloyd Register. He is survived by his beloved wife of 41 years, Linda Allen Register; mother, Bonnie Ceil Register; children, Susan Kerr (Rick), and Chris Register (Shonda) all of Graceville; siblings, Mary Lou Johnston (John), Slocomb, Ala., Betty Sue Taylor (Ken), Panama City, Myrle Worley (Dale), Graceville, Gerald Register (Janice), Graceville, Allen Register (Mary Ann), Chipley, Wanda Gail Mattox (Estal), Graceville; grandchildren, R. D., Andrew, Cody, Blake, Stetson, and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. A graveside service was held at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 at Marvin Chapel with Bro. Chris Franklin of ciating, with James & Lipford Funeral Home in Graceville directing. In lieu of owers family request memorials be made to Covenant Hospice 4215 Kelson Ave., Suite E. Marianna, Florida 32446. Expressions of sympathy can be made at www.jamesandlipford. com/.Jackie RegisterMr. Wilford Forehand, age 76, of Bonifay, passed away Nov. 12, 2012, at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. He was born Jan. 9, 1936 in Bonifay, to the late Leslie and Vera Mae Cooper Forehand. In addition to his parents, Mr. Forehand was preceded in death by his wife, Clemmie Forehand; a son, Wayne Thomas; and a greatgrandson, Caleb Ward. Mr. Forehand is survived by a son, Earl Forehand and wife, Donna, of Caryville; a daughter, Kathy Bonner and husband, Rodney, of Corsicana, Texas; three brothers and their families, Wilmer Forehand of Bonifay, Wayne Forehand of Westville and Robert Forehand of Bonifay; two sisters and their families, Jearlean Carnley of Bonifay, and Phyllis Mancill of Crestview; 12 grandchildren, Craig Pitts, Jeremy Thomas, Sheila Ward, Clinton Forehand, Matt Hughes, Zachary Skinner, Jaime Maines, Stetson Edwards, Sierra Forehand, Anthony Forehand, Kyndall Forehand, and Aubrey Adkins; and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012, at Church of Jesus Christ in Caryville, with the Rev. Edward Williams of ciating. Interment followed in the Sellers Cemetery with Peel Funeral Home directing. Family received friends from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Peel Funeral Home.Wilford ForehandMr. Huey Teddie Ted Cullifer, age 61, of Westville, passed away Nov. 10, 2012, at his home. He was born July 27, 1951, in Chipley. Mr. Cullifer was preceded in death by his father, Huey Nathaniel Cullifer; his parents, Fred and Wilma Cullifer; and a grandson, Chuck Watson. Mr. Cullifer is survived by his wife, Kathy Lee Price Cullifer of Westville; two daughters, Belinda Watson and husband, Gary, of Westville, and Mitzi Edwards and husband, John, of Westville; one sister, Alice Reeder of Slocomb, Ala.; one half-brother, Rickey Odom of Warner Robins, Ga.; one halfsister, Brenda Fitzmorris of Pensacola; mother and stepfather, Mary Nell Odom and Alton Odom of Geneva, Ala.; three grandchildren, Courtney Watson, Kole Hicks and Megan Jennings; ve step-grandchildren, Cody Edwards, Dusti Edwards, Lacey Edwards, Ethan Edwards and Ty Jennings, and one stepgreat-grandchild, Kiley Edwards. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, at Open Pond Church with the Rev. Steven Connell of ciating. Interment followed in the Camp Ground Cemetery with Peel Funeral Home directing. Family received friends from 1-2 p.m. Wednesday at Open Pond Church.Huey T. Cullifer ObituariesSee OBITUARIES B5Dont fall for the great Thanksgiving con Faith BRIEFS It is not the beautiful feathers that interest them. It is not the way the turkey proudly struts back and forth. The frame these people want to see the turkey in is a roasting pan.

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He worked as a cattle rancher. He was preceded in death by his father and his brother, Terry Keith Hogan. He is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Glenda Hogan of Vernon; mother, Selma Joyce Hogan of Minneola; son, Ricky Hogan (Ashley) of Ponce de Leon; two daughters, Chrystal Hood (Michael) of Geneva, Ala., and Amanda Perry (Adam) of Wausau; three brothers, Huey Hogan of Coleman, Bently Hogan (Valerie) of Summerset, Ky., and Timothy Hogan of Liberty, Ky.; and three grandchildren, Autumn, Jenifer and Jesika Perry. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, with visitation one-hour prior at Abigail Free Will Baptist Church with the Rev. John Cook Jr. of ciating. Cremation followed with Obert Funeral Home of Chipley in charge of arrangements.Eston HoganDr. Andrew Jack Leavins, age 73, of Westville, passed from death unto life Nov. 8, 2012, at Flowers Hospital, Dothan. He was born Nov. 29, 1938, in Bonifay, to the late Dave and Mary Leavins. Dr. Leavins was a graduate of Florida State University, University of West Florida and Auburn University, where he earned a doctorate in vocational education. He was a retired teacher, having taught math, chemistry, physics and vocational skills to Holmes County students for more than 30 years. He was several times named Teacher of the Year for his work in instituting a comprehensive vocational program at Hillcrest School in Bonifay. A retired military of cer with the rank of Captain, he was the recipient of the Bronze Star and Purple Heart for his service during two tours of duty in Vietnam. At Westville Baptist Church, Dr. Leavins taught Sunday school for many years and served as an active deacon as long as his health permitted. He enjoyed hunting and was an avid sherman. Jack is survived by his loving wife, Marjorie Leavins; sons, Andrew and David Leavins; daughter, Dr. Emily Evelyn Leavins Sketo and husband Tony; one granddaughter, Gabrielle Adora Leavins; one sister, Virginia Money, and numerous nephews and nieces. Funeral services were held Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012, at Westville Baptist Church beginning at 2 p.m. with Pastors David Davis, Alfred Long, and John Y. Chance of ciating. A time of visitation was held one hour prior to the service. Committal services followed at Hickory Hill Cemetery with full military honors provided by the United States Army. Memories and condolences may be shared with the family at www.daviswatkins.com. Arrangements and services are under the direction of DavisWatkins Funeral Home of DeFuniak Springs.Andrew J. LeavinsMiss. Edna Joyce Mims of Mims Road, Westville, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, after a very courageous battle with cancer. She was 64. Edna was born July 8, 1948, in Holmes County, to the late Oscar Loyd and Mable Ingalls Mims. She was a 1967 graduate of Bethlehem High School and later graduated from Enterprise Junior College. She never asked for anything, but gave so much. She was an inspiration to everyone who knew her; the epitome of a Christians walk with God was shown through Edna. During her battle with cancer when asked how she was doing, she would always say, Im ne. Her faith in God never wavered for she knew He was with her all the way. She was very devoted to her family, especially her son and grandchildren. For several years Edna was a very active and devoted member of Poplar Head United Methodist Church. In addition to her parents, two brothers, Ed Mims (Lucille) and Earl Mims (Louise), as well as three brothers-inlaw, Charles Grantham, Wayne McDuf e and Jerry Prescott, all preceded her in death. Survivors include one son, Brad Mims (Amy); four grandchildren, Dalton and Ella Mims, and Colby and Cody Hatcher, all of Slocomb, Ala.; ve sisters, Geraldine Gillman (Ralph), Christine Prescott, Elizabeth McDuf e, and Darlene Hudson, all of Westville, and Mary Grantham, Bishopville, S.C.; one brother, Earvin Mims, Westville; special friends, Mary Jo Craft, Barbara Williams and Rachel Townsend, and several nieces, nephews, other extended family and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at Poplar Head United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jim Mashburn and the Rev. Chuck Grantham of ciating. Edna was placed into the church one hour prior to service time. Burial followed in the church cemetery with Sorrells Funeral Home of Geneva directing. The family received friends at the funeral home Sunday, Nov. 11, from 6 to 8 p.m. Flowers will be accepted or memorial contributions may be made to the Poplar Head United Methodist Church, 904 N. Wilson St., Geneva, AL 36340.Edna J. MimsMrs. Betty Sue Williams, age 70, of Gaskin, passed away Nov. 13, 2012. She was born April 25, 1942, in Coffee County, Ala., to James Oliver Mathews and Martha Miller Mathews. Mrs. Williams was a resident of Gaskin. She was Baptist by faith and a member of the Gaskin Baptist Church. She worked in farming for many years with her family. Mrs. Williams is preceded in death by her parents; her rst husband, Crockett Bowers; her second husband, Wayne Williams; two brothers, Douglas Ray Mathews, and Ronnie Mathews; two nephews; one niece and one grandson. Mrs. Williams is survived by one son, David Bowers and wife Judy of Samson, Ala.; three brothers, Leon Mathews and wife Sheila, Wesley Mathews and wife Mavis and Conrad Mathews and wife Charlotte; two sisters, Carla Chavis and husband Lee, and Carolyn Ritchey and husband Ronnie; one sister-law, Sue Bellamy; three grandchildren, Courtney Bowers, David Bowers II, and Samantha Roper and husband Thomas; seven great grandchildren; two greatgreat grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. A time of visitation was held from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012 at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home Chapel; 230 Park Avenue, DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 16, 2012, at Clary-Glenn Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John Knoppes and the Rev. Joel Glenn of ciating. Pallbearers were, David Bowers II, Kenneth Pridgen, Wesley Ard, Wendall Ard, Laurie Ard and Eric Jordan. Honorary pallbearer was Larry Tedder. Floral arrangements are being accepted. Burial will follow in the Gaskin Cemetery. You may go online to view obituaries, offer condolences and sign guest book at www.clary-glenn. com. Clary-Glenn Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements.Betty S. Williams BETTY S. WILLIAMSMrs. Pauline Cullifer, 87 of Westville, died on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2012, at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. Born Thursday, Sept. 10, 1925 in Holmes County, she was the daughter of the late Ed McDuf e and the late Cozetta Chitty McDuf e. She was a member of the Bethlehem Eastern Star Chapter. Surviving are sons, Robert Cullifer of Westville, and Mike Cullifer of Westville; daughter, Rachel Kuhn of Westville; eight grand children, and 10 great grand children. A Funeral service was held at 11 a.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2012 at Camp Ground Church with the Rev. Mitchell Holsonback of ciating. Interment followed in Camp Ground, Westville, with Sims Funeral Home directing. The family received friends from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Sims Funeral Home Chapel.Pauline CulliferMr. James Phillip J.P. Baxley, II, of Dothan, Ala., passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. He was 25. J.P. was born Oct. 9, 1987, in Enterprise, Ala. He was a graduate of Bethlehem High School and was currently employed with Southeast Alabama Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his uncle, T.J. Ellenburg. Survivors include his wife, Brenda Hall Baxley, Dothan; parents, James Phillip Phil and Crystal Jean Crissy Ellenburg Baxley, Bonifay; one brother, Joseph Evan Ellenburg (Jennifer), Bonifay; grandparents, Bo and Jean Motley and Marie Garmon, Bonifay; mother and father-in-law, Daniel and Marilyn Hall, Abbeville; brothers and sisters-in-law, Dana Hall, Daniel Hall (Angela), all of Abbeville, Debra Brooks (James) La.; nieces and nephews, Daniel Hall, Jaycee, Molly and Landri Brooks, and Alexis and Ayden Ellenburg; aunts and uncles, Bettie Whitehead, Ronnie Baxley, and Lynn and Stacy Ellenburg; cousins, Ale and J.D. Ellenburg; his Medical Center family, and other extended family and friends. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 17, in the Noma Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Jerry Moore and the Rev. Jonathan West of ciating. Burial followed in the Union Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, Hwy 177, Bonifay, with Sorrells Funeral Home of Geneva directing. The family received friends at the church Friday, Nov. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. Flowers will be accepted or memorial contributions may be made to the UAB Childrens Hospital. Sorrells Funeral Home of Geneva, 334-684-9999, is in charge of arrangements. Express your condolences in our guest book at www. sorrellsfuneralhomes. com. James P. Baxley, IIMrs. Katie Malzy Parrish, 84 of Bonifay, died on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, Ala. Born Friday, Oct. 12, 1928, in Bonifay, she was the daughter of the late Gaston Still and the late Lucille Money Still. Surviving are son, Donnie Parrish of Bonifay; daughters, Sheila Moore of Bonifay, and Phyllis Payne of Port St. Lucie; brother, Leonard Still of Graceville; six grandchildren, and 16 great-grandchildren. A funeral service was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Carmel Assembly of God with the Rev. Jerry Moore of ciating. Interment followed in Little Rock Cemetery, Bonifay, with Sims Funeral Home directing. The family received friends 1-2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Carmel Assembly of God, Bonifay.Katie M. ParrishMinnie Lee Loftin, 100, of Esto, died, Nov. 13, 2012. Funeral services were held Nov. 16, 2012, at Sims Funeral Home Chapel. Interment followed at Hartford City Cemetery with Sims Funeral Home directing.Minnie L. LoftinHurdis Angus Brock passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, in Crestview, after a hardfought battle with cancer. He was born Aug. 31, 1926, in Washington County, and raised in Vernon. He was the 1944 Valedictorian of Vernon High School, and he served his country in the United States Army during WWII in Germany and Okinawa. He was the rst of his family to attend college, enrolling in Florida State University shortly after the conclusion of WWII. He was recalled to active duty during the Korean Con ict, and after completing his military service, returned to Florida to begin his career in the automotive parts industry. In 1955, he became the manager of Taylor Parts and Supply Company in Ft. Walton Beach, growing it to be the largest and most successful in this southern chain of stores. He also served on the Taylor Parts Board of Directors and was a key leader in the transition to CarQuest Auto Parts. Brock served his community as a member of the Fort Walton Beach City Council from 1971 to 1979. He was most proud of his active role in fostering community relations with Eglin Air Force Base and creating and improving city recreational facilities and opportunities for all residents. He was a longtime member of the Fort Walton Beach Lions Club, serving as President from 1970-1971. In addition, he held leadership positions in the Florida Automotive Wholesalers Association, Foxwood Country Club, Ft. Walton Beach Yacht Club, Krewe of Bowlegs, and Los Caballeros. In addition, he was the Commissioner of the Ft. Walton Beach Little League and a charter member and rst president of the Crestview Rotary Club. Brock loved his community, and especially the people of North Florida. He leaves behind a strong legacy of belief in and support for local businesses. He had a passion for helping those less fortunate in his community, especially those suffering from hunger. He never met a stranger and was blessed to call many friend. He was beloved by his family and known to his grandchildren and greatgrandchildren as Pop. Brock is preceded in death by his rst wife, Dot; his father, Angus Brock; his mother, Laura Brock; his father-in-law, Clete Lane; his mother-in-law, Martha Lane; his brothers, Clarence, Ned, J.N., Josh, Leslie, and James Brock; many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his best friend and brother-in-law, Oakley Hightower. He is survived by his wife, Dora Merle Sal Hudson Brock; his sons and daughters-in-law, Steve and Pat Brock, Stan and Kay Brock, and Scott and Suzi Brock; two very special grandsons, LtC Steve Brock, Jr., his wife Amy, and Andrew Brock, his wife, Bonnie; greatgrandchildren, Tory, Trey, Jackson, Delilah, Emma, and Dylan; brothers, Bill, his wife Betty, and Drexel, his wife Ollie; many nieces, nephews, and cousins; Sals niece, Beverly Moore and her sons, Bill, his wife Tulsa, their children Moya, Blanca, and William, Troy, Michel, his wife Megan, and their children Matthew, Marcus, Mason, and Daniel. The family received friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, at Whitehurst-Powell Funeral Home. The funeral was held Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012, at 10 a.m. at First Baptist Church of Crestview. Condolences may be expressed to the family by signing the guest book at www.whitehurstpowell funeralhome.com.Hurdis A. Brock Obituaries Crossword SOLUTION

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I put it in the oven then whin it is done I put it on a plate and then eat the turkey. Codi 1.st tack the fethers off 2nt put it in the oven 3rd in then bake it 4th put it one then diner table Abbi I turn on the oven then I wosh the turkey let it driye then i put it in the oven to bake. Austin My mom backe good turkey. She puts sale and peper onit. She cocks it in a pan with grase in a stove. then we eat it with hotsouse. Winston Frist i whould got to the chikin yred and get a turkey. Then i woulld pluk its fethers. Then i would set the oven on anour. Then I whould clean it. And then i whould pud it in the oven. and that is how i whuld cook a turkey Kamila First you by it. Then you clean it. Then you put the stu ng in it. Next you put it in the oven. For about 40 dagrees for 20 minits. Seven Im cooking a thank giveing turckey rst i will put it in the oven. then i will take it and cut it and put on plats then we will eat it. Then i mite make more Gunner First you clinit. then ou wosh it. then you stuf it. then you sesun it. then you putet it. the oven for 30 mines then you let it cool of. Wess I well gi git thin I will obint. thin I will polt it in a Hot uvin thin I eat it. Lyla we will put salt and pepper on out thanksgiving turkey. whey put it on the oven put it on 6:30 mines Paris We will back out turkey on Thanksgiving Day. Back it for 6:30 I love turkey. She put salt and pupper. Kara Turkey we poot salt ad pepper as spise ad put hour. Charles We use solt and pper and a barbuqa the that all Earl We will poot it in the uven in then poot it on the table Lacie I will cook it in the ovin ve mints. Joshua First you buy the turkey. Then you pluk the turkey. Then you clean it. Then you put it in the oven for an our. and thats how you make a turkey. Kinsley I am making a turey rst you pit the uvin on ve minits and pit the turkey in the uvin and thin pit the spisis on the turkey. Chad Frist, I get a Turkey and stuf it. Then, I would put jresing on it. next, I would set the oven on 30 mins. Kamryn I am making a furkey rst you buy it and then and then you clean it and put it in the oven and leave it in there for a hour and you take it out and eat it. Laney Sot pet etg stpt wet Lee I well bac a trkee bi shoot. i wil tan the fethers an Brittney Poplar Springs School Ho to cook a turkey it is easy all you half to do is go and buy it frum the story then put it in the microwave then you put it in a pot put the pot in the stove and boil it then ou put in a turkey on a plate then put green leaves around the plate and you are ready fout Thanksgiving? Trenity First go get yhe turkey from the store. Second you need to thaw it. Third put it in the oven. Next, turne the twmpweature on one hour. Finally you can enjoy. McCade First catch the turkey. Then shoot it. Then cook it and put salt and pepper on it. Then season it and eat it. Joel First put the turkey in the microwave. Second put the microwave on high temperature. Thired take the turkey out and season it. Next stuff the turkey Finally enjoy. Caden First cut the turkey all up. Second you get the bones out of the turkey. Third put the turkey in the pepr. Next you put the turkey in the oven. Finally and you eat the turkey. Mara Frst you have to go to the store then you have to bring it home. then you have to un raped it then you cook it. then you will have a good turkey. Ethan I went to the store and bought a turkey. Then I put it in the hot wtr. Then I put it in the oven. Dustin First Catch a turkey and kill it. Then start the oven. Next wash the turkey. Finally put it in the pan. Last eat and enjoy your food. Noah First catch a turkey. Second clean it. Third season it. Next put it in the microwave. Finally wat it. the End. Harley First you go to the store and you gite a turkey. Then you throw the turkey in the oven. Ten you wash the turkey. then you cook the turkey. then you eat the turkey. Colten First go to the store and buy a turkey. Second when you get home beat it with a hammer. Third cook it for ten minets. Next stuff it with penut butter. Finally put sprinles on the top and squirt lemon juice on it and then eat. Erica First you get a gun. Second you shoot the turkey. Third you put a mustash on you. Next you paint the tukey red and put it in the microwave for 3 seconds. Finally you eat the spanked turkey. Erilyn Kate M. Smith Elementary School First you kill it and take it home. Next, you cut a hole in it. Then you take the organs out of the turkey. Last, you cook it and and then you can eat it. Alex First w ckill it. Next we take the feathers out. Then we out it in the oven. Last we eat it. Brittany First we pull the meat of the turkey. next we garlic the turkey. Then we put the turkey in the oven. Last we eat the turkey. Kailey First we kill it. Next we take the stuff out. Then we cook it. Last we eat it. Finley First you take the turkey out of its tray. Next, you cleon the turkey. Then you cook the turke. Lasy you eat the turkey. Seth First I put the turky in the oven to let it cook. Next, get it out and let it col off. Then you cut it inhalr. and Last you eat it. Christian First I put it in the pan. Next, put it in the oven. Then I waight into 10:30. Last we eat it. Mia First I put the turkey in the oven to cook. Next, I let it out of the oven to let it cool. Then, I cut all of the pieces. Last, I eat the turkey. Morgan First you cut it. Next, you put it on the grill. Then, you cook it. Last, you eat it. Keley First you get a turkey in the woods and put it in the house. Next, you cut the turkey and wash the turkey. Then, you take the wings off the turkey. Las you cook the turky and oriat and eat it. Ashtan First you by a turkey. Next, you cut the turkey. Then pot it in the oven and make it. Last you eat the turkey. Jamison First, nd a turkey. Next cut it up. Then put it on the grill. Last, cook it on the grill. Kyrarik First, you hunt a turkey down. Next, you cook the tukey in the oven. Then you take the turkey out of the oven. Last, you eat the turkey. Jason First you will need a turkey to put in the pan tostart with. Next I put oil in my pan. Then I will put the turkey in the pan. Last, you will put the turkey into the oven and when it is nsh you can eat the turkey together. Tiare First we ceal it. Next we cut off the fat. Then we cook it. Last we eat it. Jasmine First you cil a turkey. Next you take the skin of. Then you put it in the uven for fur minets. Last, you let it coll and you have turkey. Angelina First we put it in the oven. Next, we put 30 cekehts. Then, when its done I take the turkey out. Last, you sit out the plates and eat it. Austin Bethlehem First buy a Turkey. Then take the giblets out. Then stuff it with stuf ng. Then cuver it with tenfool. nally you puoot it in the uven at 325 for 3 hours. Roman We like out Thanksgiving turkey frid. First, you buy a big turkey from Walmart maybe about 25 powns. Next, you will wash it clean. Then you poke it with a big needle to put in the avor. Cook the turkey in a big pot of oill until it is crisbe and golden brown. It will be juicy and delishus! Kason First you need to by a turkey from the grosre store then bring him home to mom for her to cook it. Then you got ta clean him get a pan put ten Foil in the boutum of the pan you then eed to poor broth and a cup of water in the pan lay the Turkey in it. After this pre heat the uven too 450 rf you will need to leace the foil open a litte bit so the turkey can breath. Then you are all raady to put him in the oven and cook it. dont forget check it every few mentues after its done you take it out but make sure you yous a oven mit the pan will be vere hot! Make sure you tun the oven off! Cut the turkey no you are eat the turkey!!! Prisila When cooking a turkey, rst of all you must get a turkey. preheat you oven to 3750. I like to begin with taking the plastic off the turkey. Then get a large baking pan and place your turkey inside it. Season the turkey with sessonings of your choice. Get a food injection needle and inject the turkey with broth or garlic butter to make it moist put into oven for your baking time. Remove you tukey, carve it and nally enjoy! Happy Thaksgiving!! Chloe First, you buy a turkey. Then you kaje sure it is not frozen. You put sose on it. Then you put it in a pot of gres. The bigr the turkey the longer you cook it. Austin First you thaw out turkey in ice box. Set oven at 350 to 275. Unwrap turkey. Check both ends for neck, gizzards,, liver and heart. Wash the turkey, cover pan with foil. Cover turkey with butter. Stuff turkey with dressing. Put turkey in baking pan. Cover turkey with foil. Put in oven. Bake for 3 to 4 hours. Check on turkey and baste. Turkey is done when folden brown. Then you can eat Thanksgiving Dinner with you family. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Caleb get a big turkey tuen oven to 500 dgrees buter the turkey pt in one inch water cover bake for 1 hower turn off oven do not open until morning. Dylan nd a turkey clean the turkey put the turkey in a pan. cook the turkey in the oven. take out of the oven. Put on the table then eat. Matthew First, you have to wash a turkey. Then you are gowing to cut the scin. Then, you have to put sesning on it. Next, you put ten foil on it. Then, you put it in the uvin and put it on 1 hour and take it out and let it cool for 2 minits. Finally, my family can injoy their meal. Makaley Preheat oven to 325 degrees. F (165 degrees c) place rack in the lowest position of the oven. Remove the turky neck and giblets rince the turky. and pat dry with paper towels. place the turky on a rack in the toasting pan. rub the skin with the softend butter. season with sal and peper. position an aluminum foil tent over the turky. Palce Turky in ocen. pour 2 cups turky stock into the bottom of the roasting pan. baste all over every 30 minutes. cook for about 4 hours. and no we can eat it! Gwen First you move the gbllets then wash it then bute it then put a meat thermometer into the leg. Put the turkey in a rasting pan. cook 350 degree four to ve hours when the turkey is done the thermometer ieill rach 165 segrees the end. Nathaniel In the morning we go hunting turkeys. After we get the perfect one we go home and pluck its feathers. Clayton First I would go outside and catch my turkey. Then, I would shoot my turkey. so that I could pluck it, clean it and stuff it. With all the good stuff like bacon bitts, and lettace. Then put it in the oven for 400 and thats how you cook a turkey!!! Cadence take it out of the freezer. rub butter and oil on it. Put it in the oven till its gold brown. Jonathan You wash it. You put it in pan. You stuff it with cornbread stuf ng. You cover with foi. You put in oven. You bake it at Ehtee hundred 50fty degrees for four hoyrs. Jasmine First you buy a turkey. Then you put seasoning on it. Next you put it in the oven. Bake it for two hours or until done. Then eat it. Kaden First Put turkey in pan. Put turkey in the oven. Cook 15 min. at sixty agrees. Cut it open put hot sauce inside of it. Put some lemon juice init. Dip in Ranch or BBQ sauce. Malcom put in a pan put salt per. thin yr stu t with cene. put it in the uvn. Jared First you wush it then you pull the bag out of his butt. you sstab it with seasons. you coo it for two mencts at three degres. Trista First you have to defrost the turkey for a lat of hours in water. then you have to seson the turkey with lot of sesonings like salt peper and lots of other stuf. then you have to sutf the turkey with this bread stuf. then it is time to cook it you put it in a turkey pan and put it in the oven that is heted to 350 for about 10 to 12 hours. Madisen I will let it thaw out put salt pepper and alot of butter and a lot fo croenbread stufen and put it in the an and cover with foil and pot it in the oven and cock for 6 awers at 450. Fashawana Heat oven to 375 put turkey seasoning into syringe and inject it into put turkey into baking pan and put it in the oven until its done and the outicle is golden brown. Tayler Wash turkey. Then take out inddes of turkey. Put turkey in big pan. Put ove on 360. not bate turke with buttr and salt, pepper. Stuff turkey with dressing. turey gose in oven for 15 min per pound that the turcy weighs. Cole First you have to clean the inside out. Second you injectit. Third you put it in the oven and let it cook. Katilyn. First you thaw out turkey in ice box. Set oven at 350 to 375. Unwrap turkey. Check both ends for neck, gizzards, liver and heart. Wash the turkey. Cover pan with foil. Cover turkey with butter. Stuff turkey with dressing. Put turkey in baking pan. Cover turkey with foil. Put in oven. Bake for 3 to 4 hours. Check on turkey and baste. Turkey is done when golden brown. Then ou can eat Thanksgiving Dinner with you family. Seth Our family makes tow turkeys. My mom bakes one and my dad fries one. When my mom buys one she take off the package and she washes it really good. She cover it with oil and covers it tinfoil and puts it in the oven. A big turkey three gallons og cooking oil heate the oil to 350 then put the turke in for 3 minutes per pound then take it out and eat. Kadence Go to the store then you buy the turkey. Take the turkey home. Put it in the freezer unil in the moring. Start to cook it. Put it in the oven for 500. Make sure the insides are out. Let the turkey cool. dnt nee no spicing. Turkey is good the way it is. Serve it hot or cold. Nephi rst you defrost the turkey for 100 hours then is time to season the turke. you season the turke with a big nedle thing with juce stuf in it you stic the nedle in the turke and then squeze the juce in you do that a lot of times all ove the turke my ir is rede to fri you hove to fri the turke outside in a big pot with lots of oil, Let the oil stuf get rel hot the drop the turke in and let it cook 1 to 5 hours. Heather The 1st thaeng you do is unrapit. Pute it in a pal. Oute it in the stove fur 2 owhers. In then you take it alte of the stove. Joey First wosh the turkey then we season it with butter pepper solt garlic limen pepper a little rosmery ever glades seasoning ll the smocker full of peacn wood wait ontil the coals get just righ then you cook the turkey for a few hours then you carefully take the turkey out then you cut the turkey then you put the turkey on plated and you eat. Kurt buy it put it in a pane put butten on it put in have for 7 or 8 hours. Then put papr on it then its done. Dillan by the Turkey. thaw the Turkey warsh the Turkey. pat Turkey with oil. aplie siesin to ouut of TUrkey. loasin turkey skin. aplie siesing and orbs under the turkey skin. cut apple into corder and place in cafade. cuffer in foyl bake for 4 5 hours. cut turkey and eat. Lydia Set you fryer outside. Get big pot and you will need about 2 gallons so about 4 or of oil then you take a 100 pound turkey and season it with hout sauce. Get to olil heated to about 4 dergees and you will cook it for about 7 or 8 mins if you it cippy. Colby Go to town and buy a turkey when you get home with it open package. Wash it salt and pepper i. Pre heat oven at 350. Cook for about 4 hours by the time the turkey is done everthing else will be done ant its time to eat. Enjoy you turkey and all the trimmings. Happy Turkey Day! Marisa First I preheat the oven to 325. Then i would take out the neake and gilblits. next I would greast the boady with butter, salt, peper, spises. I would put strings arond the boay. and put the turkey in the pan. Then I would put ameat thmomerter in the thie of the turkey. Then I would cover it with foil. Then I wald cook the turkey untell the tempertuch is 180. Then I would eat it. Callie THE PANAMA CITY PICTORIAL BOOK IS HERE! $39.95+ TAX BUY NOW! THE NEWS HERALDMAKESTHEPERFECTGIFT FOR FAMILYAND FRIENDS! ______Copies at $39.95 plus $3.00 tax per book and pick up my order at The News Herald oce. 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Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Extra | ClassiedsWashington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | B7Beekeepers Field Day and Trade ShowCHIPLEY There will be a Beekeepers Field Day and Trade Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Washington County Extension Ofce. The cost of the program will be $15 and $10 for each additional family member. Pre-register no later than Nov. 23 by calling 638-6180 or 547-1180. Topics to be taught are Hive Assembly, Open Hive Demonstration and Winter Hive Management. All topics will be taught in rotations.Senior Group to experience Christmas in BransonWASHINGTON/HOLMES COUNTY Senior Group will experience Christmas in Branson, Mo., Nov. 25 to Dec. 1. This trip will include seven shows over seven days and six nights. For more information, call Merita Stanley at 594-9980.Spanish Trail Playhouse to present Home for ChristmasCHIPLEY The Spanish Trail Playhouse is proud to announce its third-annual Christmas show Home for Christmas. The performance will be at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 at the Spanish Trail Playhouse Theatre, 680 Second St., Chipley. General admission is $10. This years show, directed by Jimmy Miller is lled with traditional holiday music and carols evoking timeless m emories of Christmas past.  Noted musicians are the Spanish Trail Playhouse band, D oug Salter,  A.D. Davis, Scotty French, Jimmy Miller  and Kirk Thompson.  Performers include:  Mike Jacobs, Seth Cook, Kevin Russell, Phillis Sloan, Rob Nixon, Casey Johns, The Grinch, Rachel Webb, Rosalyn Scott, Hunter Harden, Zedra Hawkins, Terrie Garrett, Trish Brannon, Emory Wells, Jacqueline Stewart, Tea Creamer, McKayla Christmas, Noah Beckley, Rebekah Wolfe and Holly Collins. Come enjoy Home for C hristmas.  We invite you to make this annual event a part of your familys Christmas traditions.Chipleys Annual Christmas ParadeCHIPLEY Chipley will hold its annual Christmas parade at 3:30 p.m. Dec. 1. All parade entries will line up at the old Chipley High School Track on railroad Avenue at 2:30 p.m. Children of all ages are invited to join Santa and Mrs. Claus for photos at the Chipley Farmers Market located at 685 Seventh St. in Chipley. Photo times will be from 2-3 p.m. and immediately after the parade. Parade applications are available at the Washington County Chamber or by calling 638-4157.  Tree of Lights Presented by Covenant Hospice  MARIANNA Covenant Hospice invites you to join the annual Tree of Lights, a celebration of life, beginning at 6 p.m. Dec. 4 at Evangel Worship Center, at 2645 Pebble Hill Road i n Marianna.  The ceremony will feature speakers reections, recitation of loved ones names, holiday music, refreshments and fellowship.Cottondale Christmas parade setCOTTONDALE The Cottondale Christmas Parade is scheduled for 3 p.m. on Dec. 8. There is no entrance fee or limit to the number of entries. For more information, call City Hall oat 352-4361 or email tbrannencoc@ embarqmail.com.Wausau sets Christmas paradeWAUSAU The Annual Wausau Christmas Parade will be at 10 a.m. Dec. 8. Anyone wishing to be in the parade s hould call  Town Hall at 6381781. Santa will be at the Possum Palace after the Parade to meet with the kids.Vernon plans Christmas paradeVERNON The Vernon Christmas Parade will be at 1 p.m. Dec. 8. The public is invited to attend and enjoy.The Importance Of Being EarnestBONIFAY The Holmes County High School Theatre Department will present The Importance of Being Earnest at 7 p.m. Dec. 6, Dec. 8 and Dec. 10 and 2:30 p.m. Dec. 9 at the HCHS Auditorium beginning. This masterpiece, written by Oscar Wilde, probably is the most famous of all comedies. It revolves wittily around the most ingenious case of manufactured mistaken identity ever put into a play. The cast and crew is: Assistant Director, Saylor Lake; Stage Manager, Cassie Bell, John (Jack/Ernest) Worthing, J.P., Carlton Hedman, Algernon Moncrieff, Kole Forehand, Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D., Sam Wells, Lane, Thomas Parish, Merriman, Adam Faulkner, Gwendolen Fairfax, Haleigh Music, Cecily Cardew, Hope Bailey, Lady Bracknell, Julie Wells, and Miss Prism, Lydia Sheesley. The Importance of Being Earnest is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc.Two-Toed Tom Yard SaleESTO The Two-Toed Tom festival will host a Christmas Garage sale and bake sale beginning at 7 a.m. Dec. 8 at John Clark Park. Spots are going fast, so call Darlene at 263-3201 to get yours. Spots are $10 for inside and $5 for outside.Christmas Food and Toys WASHINGTON/HOLMES COUNTY The Salvation Army will have applications for Christmas food and toys for Washington and Holmes County residents. To apply you must bring with you: A picture I.D. for applicant and all adults in your household; Birth certicate for all children 12 and younger (child must be 12 on or before distribution day for Salvation Army to serve) (Tri-County Community Council will serve children older than 12); Social Security cards for everyone in the household; Guardians must prove custody of any children, grandchildren and or any minors living with you. Proof for your expenses, such as rent receipt or mortgage payment, electric bill, gas bill, telephone or cellphone bill, cable bill, car payment or any other expenses you may have. Proof of your income, which may include a recent pay stub, Social Security check or letter, child support, retirement pension or any other form of income you may have. Application will be taken in Washington County from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 22 at the Ag Center at 800 U.S. 90 in Chipley. Items will be distributed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 18 at the same location. Applications will be taken from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ag Center at 1169 U.S. 90 in Bonifay. Items will be distributed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 14 at the same location.Kid Safety and Fun ExpoCHIPLEY MPE and H&H will sponsor a Free Kid Safety and Fun Expo from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 15 at Wal-Mart in Chipley. There will be baby twin deer at the expo and much, much more.Literacy Volunteers NeededWASHINGTON COUNTY DOKELWFOTIH (take with food) this is what these people who cannot read see. If you have one hour a week and would be willing to held someone to read, write, math, speak English, study for a GED, to get their drivers license or to get their citizenship call 638-6317 and leave a phone number, we will return you call. Literacy Volunteers of Washington County Inc. is an all-volunteer program. We have learning sites in Caryville, Chipley, Country Oaks, Greenhead and in Vernon, so no mater where in the county you live, we will try to serve you.Writers Group seeking members  CHIPLEY The Writers Group welcomes anybody who writes or would like to start writing. The group offers readings and feedback beginning at 1 p.m. second Thursdays at the Chipley library. For more information, call Audrey Payne, 676-4359 or email jpayne1@panhandle.rr.com.E-reader Classes to resume in JanuaryCHIPLEY The Washington County Library would like everyone to know that the monthly E-reader classes will resume in January after the holiday season. Community EVENTS AIRLINES ARE HIRING -Train for hands on Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified -Housing available CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866)314-3769 For Rent first in Chipley, Mini Warehouses. If you dont have the room, We Do Lamar Townsend (850)638-4539, north of Townsends. C&C Bookkeeping and Tax Service. Open 5 days a week. 8am to 5pm. C all (850)638-1483 Can You Dig It? Heavy Equipment School. 3wk Training Program. Backhoes, Bulldozers, Excavators. Local Job Placement Asst. VA Benefits Approved. 2 National Certifications. (866) 362-6497Wednesday, November 21, 2012 Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser | B7 11-5164 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No 12PR84 IN RE: ESTATE OF PERRY LONALD HOWARD Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS (Summary Administration) TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of Perry Lonald Howard, deceased, File Number 12PR84, by the Circuit Court for Holmes County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 201 N. Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, Florida 32425; that the decedents date of death was June 19, 2012; that the total value of the estate is $30,300.00 and that the names of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are: NAME/ ADDRESS: Tim Howard, 2241 N. Highway 8 1 Westville, Florida 32464; Rusty Flick, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; Misty Howard, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; Alexis Peters, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; Tyler Gay, Post Office Box 702 Ponce De Leon, Florida 32455; ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is October 31, 2012. Attorney for Person Giving Notice: Clayton J.M. Adkinson E-mail Address: clayton@adkinsonlaw.com Florida Bar No. 171651 Adkinson Law Firm, LLC Post Office Box 1207 DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435 Telephone: (850) 892-5195 Person Giving Notice: Faye Cain 2001 N. Highway 181 Westville, Florida 32464 As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser October 31, November 7, 14, 21, 2012. 11-5168 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2011CA000384 CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION. VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE, INC., a Tennessee corporation authorized to transact business in Florida, Plaintiff, vs. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, CREDITORS, LIENORS, AND TRUSTEES OF LOLA ST. CLAIR a/k/a LOLA G. ST. CLAIR, DECEASED, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING B Y, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE NAMED DEFENDANTS; THE UNKNOWN TENANT IN POSSESSION OF 3488 E. WHITE ST., BONIFAY, FL 32425, Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in accordance with the Plaintiffs Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 18, 2012 in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on November 29, 2012 at 11:00 A.M. (CST), at the Holmes County Courthouse, 201 North Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, FL 32425 for the following described property Lots 1 and 35, and the East Half of Lot 2 and the East Half of Lot 34, all being in Block M according to Plat of Noma, Florida, Section 27, Township 7 North, Range 14 West, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 10 in the Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court, Holmes County, Florida. Together with Mobile Home: Year 1993, Manufacturer Buccaneer, Model Buccaneer and VIN or ID No. ALBUS17370A and ALBUS17370B. Property Address: 3488 E. White Street, Bonifay, FL 32425. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTERST 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. As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser November 14, 21, 2012. 11-5170 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HOLMES COUNTY CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 09-571-CAUNITED STATES OF AMERICA acting through the United States Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, f/k/a Farmers Home Administration, a/k/a Rural Housing Service, Plaintiff, vs. MARGO NAYFEH SHAW a/k/a MARGO N. SHAW, a/k/a MARGO SHAW, a single woman; and HOLMES COUNTY, FLORIDA, Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on October 18,2012, by the above entitled Court in the above styled cause, the undersigned Clerk of Court or any of his duly authorized deputies, will sell the property situated in HOLMES County, Florida, described as: Commence at FND 4X4 lightwood stake and the Northeast corner of the NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of Section 14, Township 4 North, Range 17 West, Holmes County, Florida and run S024243W along the Section line a distance of 844.03 feet to the Point of Beginning (P.O.B.) thence continue S024243W a distance of 236.97 feet, thence N864254W a distance of 174.02 feet to the Easterly right-of-way line of Ennfinger Lane, thence N185224E along said right-of-way line a distance of 244.90 feet, thence depart said right-of-way line and run S871732E a distance of 105.85 feet to the Point of Beginning (P.O.B.) being and lying in Section 14, Township 4 North, Range 17 West, Holmes County, Florida. Containing 0.8 acres, more or less at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash on November 29, 2012, at the front door of the Holmes County Courthouse, 201 N. Oklahoma Street, Bonifay, FL 32425, beginning at 11:00 A.M. Central Time, subject to all ad valorem taxes and assessments for the real property described above. 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 SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. REQUESTS FOR ACCOMMODATIONS BY PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Bay County Courthouse, 300 E. Fourth Street, Panama City, Florida 32401, (850)747-5338, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. DATED on October 19, 2012. CODY TAYLOR Clerk of Circuit Court P. O. Box 397 Bonifay, FL 32425 By: Diane Eaton Deputy Clerk. As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser November 14, 21, 2012. 11-5173 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Tony O. Moore Last known address of: 1876 Moore Dr Bonifay, FL 32425 Jennifer A. Jones Last known address of: 2328 Hwy 177A Bonifay, FL 32425 You are hereby notified that your eligibility to vote is in question. You are required to contact the Supervisor of Elections, in Holmes County, Florida, no later than thirty(30) days after the date of this publishing. Failure to respond will result in a determination of ineligibility by the Supervisor and your name will be removed from the statewide voter registration system. As published in the Holmes County Times Advertiser November 21, 2012. COLOR SELLS!Get Your Classified Ad in color! Call now for details and be noticed! 638-0212 or 547-9414 Single white male retired Army SSG. Owns home, looking for relationship between ages 65-75. For details call (859)620-8115. Single White Male. Owns home.Looking forrelationship between ages of 35-55. Send picture & letter to 4023-B Wilderness Rd,Vernon FL 32462 ABSOLUTE AUCTION 79+/-Bank Owned Assets in GA, NC, TN Nov. 27 @ 6pm, Lithia Springs, GA. Nov. 28 @ 6pm, Ellijay, GA. Online & Live Bidding. GAL AU-CO002594, NCAL8935, TN5733 RowellAuctions.com (800)323-8388 AUCTION Nov. 28th thru Dec. 1st 35 Million Dollars in Construction/ Marine Equipment and Vehicles. Detailed list @www.hendersonauctions.co m (225)686-2252 Livingston, Louisiana Call To Place An Ad In Classifieds. Washington County News (850) 638-0212 Holmes County Times-Advertiser (850) 547-9414 Classieds

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B8| Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser Wednesday, November 21, 2012 An Advertising Breakthrough A SAVINGS OF $32.01 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE 20 Words 8 Weeks One LOW Price!THE WHEEL DEALTo place your ad, call850-638-0212 850-547-9414Washington County News Holmes County Times-Advertiser Weekly Advertiser*Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers. Have a car, truck van or motorcycle you are wanting to sell? We'll run your ad in all three publications for8 WEEKSFOR$19.99* B B USINESS USINESS G G UIDE UIDE To Place An Ad Call 638-0212 or 547-9414 To Place An Ad Call 638-0212 or 547-9414 Advertise your business or service here for only$10.00per week8 week minimum638-0212 547-9414HastyHeating & CoolingLic. #1814468, ER0013265, RF0066690, AL 03147 THARP & SONS MINI STORAGEHwy. 77 S., Chipley, FL(850) 638-8183Hwy. 177A, Bonifay, FL(850) 547-0726 5x5 $25.68 5x10 $35.31 10x10 $46.01 10x20 $80.25Open 24 Hours, Self-Service, No Deposit, Units are Carpeted Dentons RecyclingNEWBERRY LANE, BONIFAY, FLORIDAWE BUY ALL SCRAP METAL $$$ALUMINUM, COPPER, BRASS, IRON, STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, WASHERS, DRYERS$ TOP $ PAID FOR JUNK CARS, TRUCKS & FARM EQUIPMENTMon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Call For Sat. Hours(850) 547-4709 Electrical Installation, Services and Repair Electrician on Sta Serving Washington, Holmes and Jackson Counties for 19 Years With Friendly and Reliable Service!Sales & Service on all Air Conditioner Brands Sales For Residential & Commercial Commercial Refrigeration638-3611 HODGES ROOFINGLet us show you how to save $100s or maybe $1,000s on a new metal roof. 850 348-9399Lic. #RC0066509Advertise your business or service here for only$10.00per week8 week minimum638-0212 547-9414 1997 Dodge Van 3500. Runs and drives great. Clean with lift in rear. $2500 OBO. (850)956-4506 or (850)557-8975. FOR SALE 2005 Yamaha Motorcycle. 15,000 miles Excellent condition, windshield, locking hand bags, floorboards, after market seats. $4500.00. Call 850-638-8540 Tri-County AirportHanger for Rent60 x 60 Corporate Hanger, Office plus Bathroom, Also Box Hanger & T Hanger; Call Airport Manager 850-547-6519 Small 125 Four Wheelers. Two to choose from. Call for details. (850)547-2096. Christmas Ponies available. COMPLETE PACKAGES FROM $4,995All Welded, All Aluminum BoatsBonifay Floridawww.xtremeindustries.com(850) 547-9500 B oni f a y Florida www.xtrem ein dus tri es.com Xtreme BoatsFACTORY DIRECT Park your car in Classified and see it take off in the fast lane! Land For Hunting Lease Several parcel of land for yearly rent. For more information call 638-1911 cell 326-0044 Prime Property. Two 8 acres on Bedie Rd, Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres & One 10 acres on Buddy Rd. One 10 acres on Gainer Rd. 10 acres on Hwy 77. Some owner financing For more info call Milton Peel @ 850-638-1858 or 326-9109. Mobile Home with acreage ready to move in, great for pets. Lots of space for the price, 3Br 2Ba, serious offers only, no renters. (850) 308-6473 Firewood. Smoking wood, Fat lighter, seasoned or green. Split & delivered $55.00. (850)547-9291 or (850)373-7027. Indoor Flea Market opening Nov 16th, 166 Hwy 77 N, Chipley. Open Tues-Sun. Spaces available. Call 850-348-1628. 100 gallon propane gas tank $125.00. 4 wheeler loading ramp $40.00. Solid oak armoir $450.00, great for storage or entertainment center. (850)956-2037. Piano Tuning & Repair. Over 40 yrs experience. Olen Barfield, 850-638-7105. Wanted to Rent; Farm land or pasture in Chipley & suroundding areas for the year 2013. 850-718-1859. WANTED; Musical Instruments of any kind in any condition. Piano, banjoes, drums, guitars, amps. LESSONS. Covington Music, Chipley. 850-638-5050. BURFORDS TREE Now hiring Groundman, Climber-trimmers & Foreman. Must have valid D.L. & be able to pass background check. Call Bill at (850)336-1255 or Charles (850)375-9306. Panama City & Chipley area. DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW! Learn to drive for Stevens Transport! Earn $700 per week! No experience needed! Local CDL Training. Job ready in 15 days! (888)368-1964 Loving teacher needed for 2 year old class. Experience needed. (850)547-1444. Tri-County Community Council, Inc. is accepting applications for a Cook Assistant for the Westville Head Start Program. Great Benefits. SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Assist in all areas of meal preparation and maintaining clean facility. QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or GED. Current drivers license and proper vehicle insurance coverage. Must comply with health and background screening. Applications may be obtained from any Tri-County Community Council office and submitted by Monday, November 26, at 4:30 p.m. For information and an application call LeaAnn, Personnel Tech, (850) 547-3689 or online www .tricountycommunity council.com. Successful applicant will be subject to pre-employment drug test. Only qualified applicants will be considered. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DRUG AND SMOKE FREE WORKPLACE. AIRLINE CAREERS Become an Aviation Maintenance Tech. FAA approved training. Financial aid if qualified -Housing available. Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866)314-3769 Apply Now, 12 Drivers Needed Top 5% Pay & Late Model Equip Guaranteed Home for Xmas. Need CDL Class A Driving Exp (877) 258-8782 www.ad-drivers.com Drivers Class A Flatbed, HOME EVERY WEEKEND! Pay 37?/mi, Both ways, FULL BENEFITS, Requires 1 year OTR Flatbed experience. (800)572-5489 x227, SunBelt Transport, Jacksonville, FL Experienced OTR Flatbed Drivers earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to qualified drivers. Home most weekends. Call: (843)266-3731 / www. bulldoghiway.com EOE MEDICAL CAREERS begin here -Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. 888-203-3179 www. CenturaOnline.com NURSING CAREERS begin here -Train in months, not years. Financial aid if qualified. Housing available. Job Placement assistance. Call Centura Institute Orlando(877) 206-6559 TIRED OF LIVING PAYCHECK TO PAYCHECK? Theres great earning potential as a Professional Truck Driver! The average Professional Truck Driver earns over $700/wk*! 16-Day CDL Training @ NFCC/ Roadmaster! Approved for Veterans Training. CALL TODAY! (866) 467-0060 *DOL/BLS 2012 ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice, *Hospitality. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. Call www. CenturaOnline.com 888-203-3179 Beauty Shop or Office Space on Main St., downtown Vernon. Call 535-2237. Commercial Bldg For Rent downtown Ideal for office, salon, computer repair, or your choice. Call Progressive Realty. 850-638-8220 Commercial space on E. Railroad Ave., Chipley. 1800 sq. foot, tiled, AC, front & back parking. (850)209-3291. Sophia Swart. Executive OfficeSpace for rent downtown Chipley. All util. incld 638-1918 WANTED: Commercial property for lease with adjacent parking lot, can be shared with joining business; Convent Store Ideal. Call 850-428-1973. 2 Bedroom partially furnished apt. in Bonifay. Call (850)844-0078. FOR RENT 1 Bed apartment, convenient location in Chipley. No pets. 850-638-4640 For Rent: Nice Townhouse apartment. 2BR/2.5BA, one car garage in downtown Bonifay. NO PETS. Call (850)547-3129, (850)326-2586. Possible 2/Br upstairs apartment. Kitchen, living room & walk-in closet. Refrigerator, stove & new carpet. New shower & new tile floor. W/S/Garbage included. 108 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Bonifay. (850)329-8381 RIDGEWOOD APARTMENTS OF BONIFAY Studio, 1 Bedroom available. City Utility & Pest Control Included. Ask about our Move in Special. (850)557-7732. THE GROVES RESORT Vernon, Florida. 2 Condos for rent 2 Bedroom/2 bath, utilities included-electric, Dish TV, trash, water plus all P ark amenities -ATV, Horse & hiking trails, fishing. Pets welcome (deposit required). $795/mo + depo (850)773-3992 (850)520-0496 2 Bdrm/1 bath house on 465 N. 2nd street,Chipley. $475/mo. $400/depo. (850)547-2061 or (850)768-2556 3BR/2BA Doublewide Large patio backporch. Front porch w/roof on .7 acre, 179A, near Geneva line. $650.00/mth, avail Dec. 1st. 547-3746. For Rent 2 Bedroom 1 Bath Duplex. Chipley. Background check & references required. 638-7128 Homes for rent, Bonifay Country setting. $1,000/mo., fully furnished. Call for details (850)547-2096. In town Bonifay. 3/Bdr 2 1/2/Bath, LR, FR, double garage, pool, 3200 sq. ft., CH & A, $1000/mo. No pets. (850)849-1270. Room For Rent Daily and weekly. Call 850-296-8073. 2 Bdrm/1 bath MH, Hwy 173 Graceville/Bonifay. $375/mo, depo required (850)393-3094. 3 Bdrm/2 Bath Doublewide. Water & sewage included. $650/mo. 4 1/2 miles from downtown Chipley. (850)638-2999 14x70 3BR. 14x60 2BR. New everything in both MHs. In Vernon. Call 535-2237. Clean 2BR Furnished MobileHome. On Bonnet Pond Rd. $500/mth $200/dep. No Pets 850-638-1462 or 260-5928. Doublewide completely remodeled. New carpet & vinyl throughout. 2 large Bdrm/1 Bath. Large deck & back yard, carport & utility room. Bonifay. No pets. Background check required. $595/mo. (850)547-4606. FOR RENT Nice mobile home excellent location in Chipley. No Pets. 850-638-4640 MH for rent. Very nice 3/Br, 2 full Ba on Donnell Rd, Chipley. Sorry, no pets. Day phone 8-5= (850)638-4630. Nice 3 Br/2 Ba. Quiet area outside Chipley city limits on Hwy 90E. Sorry, no pets. $500/mo. Day phone 8-5= (850)638-4630. Coastal Cottage! Deepwater Ocean Access with boat slips only $69,900. SALE Sat 12/1. New ready to finish cottage. Prime coastal Georgia location. Gated entrance, paved roads, underground utilities. FREE water/sewer tap. Historically lowest financing. Call now (866) 952-5303. x 1641 Stewart Lake 6 acres, Cabin, 600 ft Waterfront, 3 wells, 2 septic tanks, 2 power poles, fenced, $180K OBO; 850-769-4340/814-3955 Call To Place An Ad In Classifieds. Washington County News (850) 638-0212 Holmes County Times-Advertiser (850) 547-9414