Gilchrist County journal
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Title: Gilchrist County journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Thetis F. Fisher
Place of Publication: Trenton Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 2007
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Gilchrist -- Trenton
Coordinates: 29.615 x -82.817778 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1933.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1934).
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Serving Gilchrist County and Surrounding Area for over 77 Years
207 North Main Street, Trenton, Florida 32693
NPhone (352) 463-7135 Fax (352) 463-7393 $20,00 AYear In Tri-County Area (Gilchrist,
Vol. 77 No. 26 hone (352) 7135 Fa (2) 4637393 Trenton, Florida 32693 Thursday, October 18, 2007 Price 500 Dixie&LevyCounties),$2400OtherAreas
Sgilchristjournal@bellsouth.net Of Florida, $28.00 Out.Of State

Residents startled after 2 life-threatening accidents in 2 days

Trenton woman dies from injuries sustained in a head-on collision
By Carrie A. Mizell miles per hour when her 2007 Toyota ries sustained in the accident.
Towering pines hippedd in the collided head .on with a 1993 Ford Both drivers were reportedly wear-
wind as a ShandsCair helicopter pickup truck driven by Mark Bran- ing seatbelts when the accident oc-
landed in the middle of SR 26 last ford Lee, 32, of Alachua, according to curred. *
Thursday afternoon to transport a a Florida Highway Patrol report. Lee Traffic had to be diverted off SR
Trenton woman who was fatally in- had been traveling eastbound when 26 for over an hour, according to.
jured in a head-on collision to Shands the accident occurred just 1.8 miles Captain Tony Cruse, of the Gilchrist
Hospital just after 3 p.m. east of Trenton. After i oidino. the Co'nI', Sheriff's Office.
Soni.a Ethl;.n Allen.44, ofTrenton, vehicles separated coming to a final A.c,:ding to the Florida High.'. ,.
was taaveling v.estbound on SR 26 rest with Allen's cdar facing south est Panol report. damage to Allen's ve-
when she attempted to pass se' erli and Lee's truck facing northeasti. hide is estnnated at $18,000 while
vehicles. Allen was airlifted to Shands Hos- damage r, Lee's vehicle is estimated
Allen was traveling in excess of 80 pital where she later died from inju- at $2,000.

Flames erupt after car pulls into the path of oncoming tractor trailer

.By Carrie A. Mizell
The northbound lane of SR 47
was closed for five hours on Friday
after a car drove into the path of a
southbound. tractor trailer at the in-
tersection of CR 232. Both drivers
managed to escape the .'. wreckage just
before flames -n :lAfe-d the vehicles.
Leonard F. Pegram, 32, of Suwan-
nee County was tra'.eling south on
SR 47 in a 1999 Mack semi. It was
just after 3 p.m. when Pegram's ve-
hicle approached the intersection of

CR 232. Gilchrist County resident
Whitney Reed, 41, was traveling
west on CR 232 before stopping her
2006 Chrysler at the intersection of
SR 47. For an unbeknownst reason
Reed drove into the path of the on-
coming tractor trailer. After- impact
both vehicles traveled an estimated
140 feet, according a Fo'.ria Hoih-
way Patrol report, before coming to
rest in the northbound lane of SR 47.
The drivers were able to safely exit
their vehicles before the vehicles be-

City councilman resigns,

plans to challenge mayor

Joan Gamble, professional machine quilter, is shown putting the finishing stitches on a quilt.

Area quilter's work tells a rich story

By Cindy Jo Ayers
In the early morning you can find
Joan Gamble sitting on her shady


porch watching the waters of the
Suwannee River slowly drift by. At
first glance you might think Joan is
just enjoying her morning coffee but
actually her mind is busy thinking of
her next quilt design. Joan may also
be wondering if her entries in the lo-
cal quilt show will win a ribbon or
not. She will not have long to wait
because the Springhouse Bi-Annual
Quilt Show will be held October 26-
27 in Trenton.
Her first quilt, a log cabin design,
which now covers a table on her
porch was made just seven short years
ago. She was taught to quilt by friend
and at the time next door neighbor
Stephanie Metts. After working for
years for Raytheon in an accounting
position that took her to all the states
in the union except Alaska, Joan
found herself retired to our area with
a little too much time. After her fast-
paced job she chose Florida because
she had married a Tampa Bay native

who wanted to return to the sunshine,
state. Joan is a native of a small town
in Washington state where her family
still lives. She freely admits Florida's
heat has been hard to adapt to.
For years she enjoyed many kinds
of crafting projects including mac-
ram6, book making, beading, and a
great deal of woodworking. As she
worked on her first quilt back in 2000
she knew she had found her creative
niche. Less than three years ago Joan
purchased her long arm quilting ma-
chine and since that time her ability
as a long arm quilter has grown great-
ly. In fact she won the local bi-annual
Springhouse Quilt Show in 2005 with
her quilt "Rings and Things." In the
past two years she has won many rib-
bons for her machine quilting. Most
recently she won the award for Best
Machine Quilting of the entire Jack-
sonville quilt show. She also picked
up a best of show machine quilting
Continued to page 16

Springhouse Bi-Annual Quilt Show
Oct. 26-27

By Carrie A. Mizell
I A Trenton City Commissioner for-
mally submitted his resignation to
Florida Governor Charlie Crist on
Friday while announcing plans to
seek the office of mayor in the Dec.
4 city election.
In compliance with the resign to
run policy, Florida Statute 99.012(3),
Glen Thigpen submitted his resigna-
,tion as a city commissioner effective
Jan. 1,2008.
"I intend to seek the office of may-
or in the upcoming election," Thig-
pen stated in a letter addressed to
Crist, Kurt Browning, Department of
State, Division of Elections and Con-
nie Sanchez, Gilchrist County Su-
pervisor of Elections. "It has been an
honor to serve the City of Trenton in
this capacity and I hope to remain in
service to these fine citizens pending
the results of the Dec. 4, 2007 elec-
tion," Thigpen added.
Formal qualifying for the City of
Trenton's 2007 election will officially
start on Oct..29 and run through Nov.
2, according to Sanchez. A city com-
mission seat currently held by Arlene
Wilkes is up for election as well as
the mayor's seat, which is currently
held by Pete Randolph.
Randolph has served as mayor
for six years. In a phone interview
on Friday afternoon, Randolph said
he does plan to seek re-election so
he can continue working on several
projects within the city.
"I would like to see new water
lines put in and sewer lines run to the
old Schofield subdivision," Randolph
said. "Roads are not a top priority ex-
cept for 10th Street, it is a top prior-

Glen Thigpen

Pete Randolph

Any citizen who resides within
the City of Trenton and is interested
in seeking election to the Trenton
City Commission should stop by the
Gilchrist County Supervisor of Elec-
tions Office to pick up the necessary

came engulfed in flames.
Reed was transported by Gilchrist
County EMS to North Florida Re-
gional Medical Center where she was
treated before being released on Sat-
urday, Oct. 13.
According to a Florida High% a\
Patrol re port, Reed was charged with
Violation of Right of Way in this ac-

Hectic first

week for new

By John M. Ayers
Gilchrist County has hired two
EMT-firefighters to answer calls dur-
ing the day in the county.
Cliff Suber and Justin Schwab be-
gan working with Gilchrist County on
Tuesday, Oct. 9. Volunteer Assistant
Fire Chief Lee Schaltenbrand told the
Board of County Commissioners on
Monday that the two new firefighters
underwent orientation during their
first few days on the job.
On Thursday afternoon, Oct. 11,
Gilchrist County had a very serious
traffic accident on SR 26. The new
firefighters were the first to respond
to the scene. On Friday afternoon the
firefighters again responded to a seri-
ous traffic accident on SR 47 and CR
"I am very impressed with these
guys, they are young -and energetic
and are doing a great job," Shalten-
brand told the board.
The firefighters used Spring Ridge
Department's brush truck to respond
last week. This week the county fire-
fighters will be using the North Gil-
christ Department's brush truck. The
Gilchrist County Fire Department is
workii g to provide the firefighters
with a truck to carry the equipment
they need in an emergency.
The two young men.are also an-
swering emergency medical service
calls while on duty.
"They had a baptism under fire last
week," County Administrator Ron-
nie McQueen said. "I've heard great
things about how professional and
courteous they are to the public."
Suber is a Gilchrist County na-
tive and Schwab is originally from

County commissioners considering

recreation ordinance for straw ballot

By John M. Ayers
The Gilchrist County Commis-
sioners reviewed Ordinance 07-20
on Monday, Oct. 15 to consider if the
proposed ordinance would be placed
on the Presidential Preference Prima-
ry ballot on Jan. 29, 2008.
The ordinance is being considered
as a non-binding referendum to create
a county recreation municipal taxing
unit and give the public an opportu-
nity to review and decide if they are
in favor of placing a 4 of a mill tax

on the property owners in the county
for the operation of recreation in the
Gilchrist County.
Before the ordinance can be placed
on the ballot, the municipalities will
also have to approve it for their resi-
dent's consideration.
Gilchrist County Supervisor of
Elections Connie D. Sanchez ex-
plained that the information for the
upcoming primary ballot would be
submitted to the Florida Depart-
ment of Elections for placement on

the special primary election ballot in
January 2008.
The straw ballot referendum will
give the Board of County Commis-
sioners an opportunity to see how
the public feels about the proposed
funding for the operation of recre-
ation in the county. Suwannee Valley
League directors have been commu-
nicating with Commissioner Tommy
Langford to bring a proposal to the
Continued to page 2

Page Two 'Ct..JCLunJc..,'IJ -rO .. I I ,, tx I)x a.j i mIo

i. Character Council's featured personality of the month

Gilchrist County Sheriff's Deputy Meghan Wooten is shown stand-
ing in front of her patrol car.

Wooten is the only girl on the road

By Carrie A. Mizell
Make-up is not a necessity for
Gilchrist County Sheriff's Deputy
Meghan Wooten, it is a splendid in-
Sometimes, she said, it is a struggle
to maintain her identity as a female in
a male dominated work environment,
but there is nothing the 2002 Bell
High School graduate would rather
do for a living.
"The only difference between me
and the guys I work with is the pony-
tail," Wooten said.
She is the daughter of' Gilchrist
County Sheriff's Sgt. Anita Moore.
Growing up, Wooten said her fam-
ily's police scanner was constantly
turned on. She even remembers sit-
ting at the dinner table and listening
to dispatchers' voices break through
the monotony of dinner by toning out
calls over the scanner
"My mom has been a driving
force," Wooten said.
At 19, Wooten started working at
the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office
as a 911 dispatcher. During that time
her mother was working patrol, now
she works in the jail.
"I think I was overly attentive, ex-
cited and proud all at the same time,"
Wooten said. "It made me see her in
a whole different light. She was not

In any profession, details make a
difference. Thoroughness is knowing
what factors will diminish the effec-
tiveness of someone's work or words,
if neglected.
Being thorough' helps a person to
plan their work, pay attention to de- a d .
tails, make a list so tasks won't be
forgotten, finish what is begun and.
clean up along the way.
As inferred, the character quality .' ".
for this month is thoroughness. This
particular attribute comes from the
root word thorough which has the
same origin as through. Both terms
relate to holes.
A thorough person sees a project
through to the end, leaving no "hole" Michael Toal
unfilled, no detail incomplete. On the trees.-
the other hand, thoroughness also From its greatest and most obvious
addresses the "whole" of a matter, aspects down to the tiniest details,
While some individuals can't see the thoroughness allows nothing to fall
forest for the trees and others can't through the cracks. The concept of
see the trees for the forest, thorough thoroughness ensures the quality, ef-
individuals see both the forest and

fectiveness and completion of a task.
Quality work is lasting work. Effec-
tive work is practical work. Complete
work is fulfilling work.
This month another youth has been
selected to be a Character Council
personality. Michael Toal, a native
of Gilchrist County, he is the eldest
son of James and Michelle Toal. He
is an 1 th-grade student in the Health
Academy of Bell High School. His
hobbies range from computer games,
sharing his knowledge through pre-
sentations, to caring for animals.
While his earnest work is being ac-
tive in his educational school sched-
ule, he is also employed at the Tren-
ton Animal Hospital, as well.
Michael defines thoroughness
as doing whatever you are capable
of doing and giving 110 percent of
Michael explained that as a dual-
enrolled student with Lake City Com-
munity College, his ,.n..ledgc and
practice of -1i..'ulii -.. has given

him so many -opportunities to excel
in getting high grades in his courses.
He ascertains that being thorough in
his studies will allow him a college
scholarship. His goal for now is to
complete high school, get his Associ-
ate's degree from LCCC and then go
on to the University of Florida Veteri-
nary College.
His thoughts to encourage other
young people: Work each day at be-
ing thorough, for having thorough-
ness as part of one's everyday life
will increase opportunities for a
great career. Michael gives his fam-
ily credit for teaching him about be-
ing thorough and he has learned that
it's necessary to do one's best while

taking care of every detail, no mat-
ter what the cost in time, money or
With young people like Michael
Toal, living with thoroughness on
their mind, it surely gives us hope
for the future and demonstrates that
character determines success.

just my mom, but my co-worker."
When Wooten was 21 she left Gil-
christ County and went to work as a
911 dispatcher at the University Po-
lice Department while attending San-
ta Fe Community College Institute of
Public Safety.
"While Meghan was in school she
worked the night shift at UPD until 7
a.m. and would have to be at school
at 8 a.m.," said Moore. "She worked
so hard! At graduation she was given
two of the top four awards that were
given out."
After graduating from the academy
in July 2007, Wooten returned to the
Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office last
"I've been very lucky as a young
deputy .to be able to work at the Gil-
christ County Sheriff's Office," Woo-
ten said. "Being back has been like a
homecoming. I've reunited with a lot
of people I went to school with."
Woolen said one of the perks of her
job is that every day is different be-
cause every scenario a deputy works
is different. One has to get involved
and be emotionally invested to be
successful, according to Wooten.
"To be happy to go to work every-
day is something to be envied," Woo-
ten said.

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!
esubmi ed bats, aerialists,
The cir- jugglers and
cus is onm-^. a much, much
ing to to..% more!
The Looin, /. Doors will
BrothersCr- .' ... open one hour
cus will be prior to show
performing at the FFA Rodeo Arena time with elephant rides, cotton can-
on Hwy 129 on Friday, October 26th dy and popcorn.
at 7 p.m. and Saturday, October 27th Purchase your adult tickets now
at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. The Gilchrist Co. from the Sponsors and save $2.00 off
Character Council and American Le- the day-of-show price, children age
gion Post 91 will be sponsoring this 12 and under are admitted free with
event, paid adult. For ticket info please call
The circus features three rings with (1.52 i463-1473.
elephants, tigers, lions, clowns, acro-

Recreation ordinance is considered
Continued from page 1,

Gilchrist County Conmuission to
administer the operation of the rec-
reation program, provide recreation
facilities and provide recreation for
the entire county. The proposal, as
reported, would generate an estimat-
ed $170,000 in revenue which would
be used to fund a full-time recreation
director and many other needs within
the recreation program.

Commission Chairman Randy
Durden explained that the straw vote
is a non-binding action that ill gi, I
the county a better idea of how the
public feels about the piopoied ordi-
The county is expected to meet
with each of the municipalities to
go over the proposal in an 0up0 'iiing
meeting. 1

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Cooler temperatures brought fall-
like weather to an otherwise swelter-
ing Gilchrist County over the week-
end. If you're like me, you anticipate
the opportunity to get outdoors and
revel in the crisp air. I always look
forward to sending the boys off to the
football game or the liiihinM woods
and gathering up a few friends. We
rise early on Saturdays to take to the
streets in an effort to find treasure at
area fall festivals. While the Williston
Peanut Festival and the High Springs
Fall Festival have passed, there are
still plenty of opportunities to enjoy
all that autumn has to offer.
The 38th annual Cedar Key Sea-
food Festival will be held this week-
end. The two-day event features arts
and crafts and boasts great local sea-
food in the city park. In addition to
the festival, the lighthouse on Sea-
horse Key will be open to the public.
Exploring the ancient lighthouse and
walking the undisturbed beach is a
singular experience, just don't take
your flip flops off to walk the beach
or you'll feel the pinch of sharp sand-
spurs. Also, be prepared for sand

gnats...the pesky insects serve as the
island's welcoming committee.
If seafood isn't your specialty,
step back in time at McIntosh's
1890s Festival on Saturday. McIn-
tosh residents dress in 1890s clothing
and stroll the live oak lined streets
which are filled with arts-and-crafits'
vendors and musicians. Arrive early,
the good crafts go quick at this fun
Finally, on Saturday, Nov. 3 the
23rd annual Down Home Days will
be held at the Community Church of
the Nazarene. Unlike years past when
the event was hosted by the Gilchrist
County Chamber of Commerce,
this year's Down Home Days will
be hosted by the church as a church
fundraiser. This year's event will be
held on the church's property, located
two miles west of Trenton on SR 26.
Other fall festivals include the
Micanopy Fall Harvest Festival on
Nov. 3-4, the Florida Seafood Festi-
val in Apalachicola on Nov. 2-3 and
the Florida Folk Festival in White
Springs on Nov. 9-11.

By Lauren Rudd

gears and change direction with
minimal effort as they find holes in
their industry that others have not
Seen or cannot fit into. Nonetheless,
\ not without risk and the punishment
for inadequate research can be quite
severe. Therefore, you want to look
Sfor companies that excel at keeping
4 costs low and have a solid strategic
plan designed around a patented
core technology, or a highly visible
Being a small cap company in
..;today's world is similar to being a
small fish surrounded by sharks. To be
p successful a small cap company must
a be able to elucidate the value received
.rn.1.all. h anyone can invest with a 30 second explanation of the
,ucceqstdi1i. There are literally what, the why and the wherefore.
dozens of well-known, high quality While you need to scrutinize the
blue chip companies that a long finances of any company, you invest
history of earnings and dividend in, this is especially true of small
growth with which you can build a caps. Look for unexplained changes
solid portfolio that will enjoy steady in financial accounting measures such
investment gains over time. as margins. An increase in margins
The difficulty for most investors is will usually signal an increase in
that while solid blue chip companies share price. Any accounting change
should be the bedrock of every begs for more in-depth analysis. If
portfolio, they do not have the you cannot do it yourself, get some
rapid growth and return rate that assistance.
you find in small cap companies. In analyzing small cap.companies,
By way of definition, a small cap you need to o be oind the finances
company is one ,, ah-see mart'L- p is nd in". r tige suc areas as a
under a billion dollars, '.i ah market o-,mpi.,, -,el., ionihip with its
capitalization being defined p rsharen wt
capitamuzationplied by thJned shae suppliers and customers. .Suppliers
price multiplied by the number of and customers that readily advertise
shares outstanding. their relationship with a company
Small cap companies are the race are an indication of product moving
cars of Wall Street. They can shift smoothly through the pipeline from

Date High Low High Low High
Thu 1.925 ft. 3.209 ft. 0.452 ft. 2.298 ft.
Oct 18, 07 12:19 AM 5:47 AM 1:46 PM 8:57 PM
Fri 2.026 ft. 3.022 ft. 0.516 ft. 2.411 ft.
Oct 19, 07 1:34 AM 6:59 AM 3:05 PM 10:14 PM
Sat 1.957 ft. 2.922 ft. 0.486 ft. 2.603 ft.
Oct20, 07 3:11 AM 8:38 AM 4:21 PM 11:07 PM
Sun 1.637 ft. 2.996 ft. 0.427 ft. 2.822 ft.
Oct 21,07 4:37 AM 10:11 AM5:25 PM 11:45 PM
Mon 1.141 ft. 3.177 ft. 0.422 ft.
Oct 22, 07 5:43 AM 11:27AM6:17 PM
Tue 3.049 ft. 0.577 ft. 3.358 ft. 0.510 ft.
Oct 23, 07 12:17 AM 6:37 AM 12:29 PM 7:01 PM
Wed 3.272 ft. 0.030 ft. 3.469 ft. 0.688 ft.
Oct 24, 07 12:47 AM 7:24 AM 1:25 PM 7:42 PM
First Quarter: 10/19 4:34 AM

by many in the rligion, community as a 'wholesome
doctrine.' The Westminster Confession of Faith, Ch.iptcr
176 says, "They whom God hath. accepted in His
Beloved, c inFtaidh' called and sanctified by His Spirit,
can neither totally nor finally fall away from the state of
grace, but shall certainly persevere therein to the end and
be eternally saved." The Baptist Faith and Message, a
statement adopted by the Southern Baptist Convention
May 9, 1963 states: "Those whom God has accepted in
Christ, and sanctified by His Spirit, will never fall away
(f-)."n the state of grace, but shall persevere to the end.
B,.' ,,. Ir may fall into sin through neglect .and
'.', i ,.';iti.'. whereby they grieve the Spirit, impair their
;:-, a:.- and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of
';, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they
shall be kept by the power of God through faith unto
The consequences of believing that when a person
obeys i~ ...pcl of Christ, there is nothing the person can
do to ever lose their soul is profound. This means that
Satan can do i .thirn to cause the child of God to lose
'" soul. If this were true, why does Satan even bother
to tempt the a'. t:,n : He knows that it is impossible for
him to do _rn,.-hn. to destroy the faith of the child of
Peter warns in 1 Peter 5:8, "Be sober, be vigilant;
because cmat adversary the devil walks about like a
roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour." The
dp; : tl.- was writing to the "ELECT (emphasis mine/keh)
according to thW firi k whiithder, of God the Father,
through ,'i tfo ii uiin of the Spirit, unto obedience and

)Yfeef eTr N )e!Yli4gv

Name: Rick Reed
Lives: Bell
Family: Wife of 33 years, Sue;
two sons: Jonathan, 27, and Ste-
phen. 24
%1orks: Principal of Bell Eleinen-
ta;\ S~hiool for tI.o \ears. Prio 1to
that. he %worked as assistant prin-
cipal at BES foi sr. 'i,eas anid bie-
fore that he taught at Trento'n Iliigh
School fiom 1993 to 2)00
Like about *our jobh- -The pliplei
and students. It's challengin' liii
I cin't think at an~ithiig 1 tkiOld
ailliei he d ine nrihlu no'\ l 'et to'
\ v 0\ v. i th i lot of P great pe -pl- ""
lislike about iou ,job: "It'

Shli is educating children .so
important to you? "It all abwuit
oppoilu-tnites :;ind i\ ing p.Lrenlts
-ind kid, the opporturiirL to bet-
ter themsel es in itiilnm lileliong
learning in a child. 'A.\ iOhlut th.it tde-
sire their spirit is dead Tou hiive to
continue t) lcarn thlurtghouit sourt
enine life. to change mid ad.lapt."
Hobbies. Gr'w ing ri'sc.. leading
the music .it chuciiih and eeneal-
Favorite mofie: It v.a "Di
ZIn.t go" foi n a Ing time. but that
changed lth i "Titi.nic." I donii
necessarily' like hismorical ficion.
but thee\ did s tih ;L .,oid job letell-
in it "
Favorite food: "'lhei 1 k ;is d id
it ri t fried ciken, butll :1 good
steak can't be beat."
What is something not many
people knot about oiou? I have
a trache>t'lsto>iN scai. I ad pneu-
nionia \\lien I \\as II a;nd I[ \\ sn'l
supposed to li e."

production to sales.
Be aware of any acrimonious
behavior in the executive suite.
Squabbling among management
is more prevalent in small caps as
founders are often forced to relinquish
control in order to raise capital and
quiet dissident shareholders.
An excellent example of a small
cap company on its way to becoming
a profitable large cap company is
Actuate Corp. Actuate manufacturers
computer software that enables
organizations to easily access the
data necessary to maximize their
revenue and profits by streamlining
the decision process. The company
has' over 4,000 customers worldwide
in a wide spectrum of industries.
Actuate is a true small cap with a
market capitalization that is roughly
$447 million. During the first half
of the year, the company earned 13
cents per share and I am projecting
that it will earn 8 cents this quarter
and 10 cents in the fourth quarter, for
a total of 31 cents per share in 2007
and 38 cents per share in 2008.
The company is expected to
announce its third quarter earnings
on October 29. A result equal to or
exceeding 8 cents should have a
positive' impact on the stock price,
which is currently at a 52 week high
of $7.38 per share. Anything less than
8 cents will likely have a negative
Intrinsic value should be an
integral part of any analysis and
Actuate is no exception. Using a
discounted earnings approach, with
an earnings growth rate of 20 percent
and a discount rate of 15 percent, the
intrinsic value is $11.49 per share.
The more conservative free. cash
flow to the firm approach yields an
intrinsic value of $9.68. My 12 month
price target for the shares is $9.75, for
a potential annual gain of 32 percent.
You can write to financial columnist
Lauren Rudd at 5 Gulf Manor


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By Cindy Jo Ayers

Future plans. "Mits. Reed and
I. ilone v. ith the Da.h-, lii\'ave
bought ploperti in Noin h it o-
lina. We're going Lo tli'. a sunil-
iner home in the niountaint 'A lien
%e retire, but it hasn't been builih
What's uilh all iour fun co%-
tiInmes? "\\ hetn \\Ias in tl0i orl
10[th giade I had a terrible irte:-
iolI l\ couple I \as \el" sh,1\ I
When I started teaching recall ,
before that. \khen I '.as in college
I c.n.me out of min shell be,.ause ot
different experience,: Une tlung
led to another.. It'.; really\ all
about support tor the kids .and mno-
liatmin thIe kids." From a polka
dot ci.bo'1 hat and clI '.n Ih.I to
a hat \\ ith a giant gobbler on top .
"I'l don't know that I have a fauor-
ite! It's jist a fun %i \a to engage
tile kids. The costumes .re lusit i'e
and m\ personalti\ "

Drive, Venice, Fl. 34285 or email at
LVERudd@aol.com. Prior columns
are available at RuddReport.com.

Bell FFA Alumni News
The Bell FFA Alumni met on Mon-
day, October 8th at the Bell Ag shop.
We were very pleased at the atten-
dance for this meeting.
First order of business was discuss-
ing what fund raisers we should take
on this year. The annual cake auction
was a huge success in September.
Many ideas were presented and we
look forward to some new fundraiser
for our organization. Be sure to look
for upcoming fund raising events that
will support the kids.
Officer elections were held for
2007-2008. The tollov. iig are a list
of new officers: President Emory
Wilson, Vice-President Joy Powell,
Secretary Regina Roberts, Trea-
surer Kathy Sites, Reporter Tanya
Rolling, and Historian Alana Prid-
These new officers look forward
to working with the members of the
Bell Alumni. We hope to see our
organization continue to grow. Any
one who has an interest in support-
ing the FFA, we invite you to come
join us. Our meetings are held in the
Bell Ag shop the second Monday of
the month at 7:00 p.m. We begin our
meetings with a covered dish dinner.'
The next meeting will be the Thanks-
giving dinner. This would be a great
time for you to come out and see
what we're all about. We encourage
you to join us.
The alumni would like to remind
you that the Jr and Sr chapters are
very active this time. of year. The Jr
chapter is having a fundraiser at this
time. It is a drawing for a tree stand

Lottery Numbers
October 10
Lotto Drawing:
There are no winners of the 19
million jackpot.

5-Digit Winners:
87 at $5,484.50

4-Digit Winners
5,604 at $69.00

3-Digit Winners:
114,670 at $4.50

Play 4 Drawing:

Cash 3 Drawing:

October 13
Lotto Drawing:
1 winner of the $25 million jack-

5-Digit Winners:
125 at $5,196.50

4-Digit Winners:
7,085 at $74.50

3-Digit Winners:
146,008 at $5.00

Play 4 Drawing:

Cash 3 Drawing:

Well girls, it's finally open. I've
been hearing for the past month or
so that the The Ivy House of Alachua
would be opening soon. I spoke to
Waica Huggins one of the owners on
Tuesday and she gave me the low-
down, bless her heart.
For those of you who are not famil-
iar with the Ivy House Restaurant in
Williston, its one of the best restau-
rants in our area. I i that special place
where we girls like to go. Of course
from time to time we coax our men
folks into accompanying us there.
Mrs. Marjorie Hale along with
her daughter Evelyn Nussel, grand-
daughter Waica Huggins and long
,time friend Kraig Depue of Gaines-
ville have teamed up to bring this
new restaurant to Alachua.
The restaurant is located in old
downtown Alachua in the Williams-
LeRoy House. The two story Vic-
torian home was built in 1902. The
restaurant will serve food much like
the Ivy House in Williston with items
like Crispy Chicken and their won-
derful homemade mashed potatoes.
They have added a Coffee Bar in-
side the restaurant in Alachua that
will feature Green Mountain Roast-
ers Coffee. Wonderful homemade
cakes and desserts will be served in
the Coffee Bar. They will also feature
other breakfast items such as muffins

and four other great prizes. Be sure to
see one of the members. Both groups
are preparing and working hard for
many competitions as well. We look
forward to seeing how they do.
If you have any questions, please
contact us at (352)222-0309.
Tanya Rolling
Bell Alumni Reporter

Come help cleanup the
Santa Fe River
Please join Current Problems on
Saturday, November 10th on the San-
ta Fe River for a dive cleanup to clear
the river bottom of trash, weather and
water conditions permitting. We are
teaming up with the good folks at
Karst Environmental/Karst Produc-
tions, along with AAA Porta Service,
Ad'.entitie Outpost, Blue Springs,
Ginnie Springs, Gilchrist County, and,
Santa Fe Canoe Outpost to conduct
this event. We will work from a loca-
tion downstream of the site cleaned
last fall to the 47 Bridge, possibly a
little beyond. Many volunteers are
needed for this cleanup. We need
people to work on land, people to
.work from canoes and kayaks, people
to make trash pickups in power boats,
and snorkelers to dive for trash.
You are welcome to bring your

and quiche.
Just in case you are fond of shop-
ping, the ladies have also opened
a gift shop in one of the upstairs
The restaurant will be open for
lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mon-
do,. ti,.',' '.,aiura-.i and on Sunday
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dinner will
be served Monday rlOHiigh Saturday
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The ('io;l,:.: Bh inside the restau-
rant will hI.- open from 7 a.m. to 9
p.m. Monday thr,-,ihia; Saturday and
from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday. If
you need finklici- information about
the restaurant you may call (386)

Q) tace's/ Joo 1 large pack of Lime Jell-O
or any other flavor
1 medium can crushed pineapple
with jui.:e
2 c i ips buttermilk
2 cups ( ,-i .1 Whip
1/2 cup c..''pp',:-d pecans
In a i'edi'rn ,saucepan. heat the Jell-
O and pini.-:-pple ind juice to boiling.
Remove the pan from the heat, add
:-I- buttermilk and nuts. Refricerare
anntil cool .-id ihicl:ened Fold in the
Cool Whip and pecans. Serves quite
x :' ,

own kayak or canoe, although we
will have some available for use. If
you plan to snorkel, then you will
need to plan on bringing mask, snor-
kel, and fins. Bring dive flags if you
have them. Other than that, just bring
yourself wearing appropriate clothes
and footwear for the weather that day.
Wetsuits are not a bad idea for those
working in the water, especially if
you are one to get cold easily.
Meet us about 9:30 a.m. at the 47
Bridge Boat Ramp Park. Our plan is
to finish up by 2 p.m. or 3:QQ p.m.
Lunch and snacks will be provided
for volunteers. Won't you please
consider spending a few hours with
us to make a real difference on this
popular stretch of the river? We'd
sure appreciate it, and so will many
other people as well as the wildlife.
It should be a good day on the river
and a good time in addition to provid-
ing a valuable service.
We'd like to know if you are plan-
ning to attend, but should you get a
last minute urge, you'll be more than
welcome to show up. Call (352)264-
6827 ore-mail aar@currentproblems.
org for further information or to let us
know you will be coming. Hope you
can come! That's Saturday, Novem-
ber 10th at 9:30 a.m.

you, and peace, be multiplied" (1 Peter 1:2). Why
would Peter need to warn the "elect" to be sober or
*igi:int about Satan if they could never fall? How can
he dc-: il be an "adversary" of those who are once saved
always saved? If the elect are eternally secure with no
possibility of falling from grace, what is Satan going to
"devour"? I
The consequences of this man-made doctrine is that it
matters- not how a person lives or acts salvation can
never be lost. Jesus said the names of God's people can
be blotted out of the book of life (Revelation 3:5). A
child of God can deny the faith (1 Timothy 5:8,12). The
Holy Spirit'said a child of God can depart from the faith
(1 Timothy 4:1). Faith can be overthrown (2 Timothy
2:18). Brethren are warned about "departing from the
living God" (Hebrews 10:29). We are saved by grace
but we can fall from grace: "You have been severed
from Christ, you who are seeking to be justified by law;
you have fallen from grace" (Galatians 5:4). A
Christian can be led away with the error of the wicked
(2 Peter 3:17).
The Titanic was praised as an unsinkable ship. Its
designers believed once floating always floating. It
sank! Once saved always saved sails on the same course
as the Titanic. "Keeping faith and a good conscience,
which some have rejected and suffered SHIPWRECK
in regard to their faith. Among these are Hymenaeus
and Alexander, whom I have handed over to Satan, so
that they will be taught not to blaspheme" (1 Timothy

Trenton Church of Christ
463-3793 502 Northeast 7th Street Trenton, Florida 32693
Please it www.trentonchurchofchrist.com Email kerux@bellsouith.net

The Bell Christmas Parade is in
full swing, eight, seven, six, the
countdown continues.
'The seasons are changing with
nature's paint brush splashing beau-
tiful color on the trees, and pump-
kins are appearing everywhere. Hal-
loween, Thanksgiving, and then the
Town of Bell's 27th Annual Christ-
mas Parade. Can't you feel the ex-
citement in the air? If you haven't
started to plan your entry yet, then
this is a great day to get started.
Start with the theme "A Storybook
Christmas" and remember the 27th
annual parade on December 1st.
Now jot down your ideas and let's
get started.
If you would like to be part of this
excitement and fun, please get your'
application in today, there is plenty
of room for everyone, we just need
to know how many. Stop by the
Town Hall/Train Depot for your en-
try forms or call the number at the
bottom of this article and one will be

mailed out to you. Remember there
is no charge to enter the parade or
set up in the arts and craft section.
We need horses, antique cars, floats
from families, businesses, churches,
and civic organizations. We need
beauty contestants, crown hold-
ing queens, former queens, bands,
walkers, bikes, clowns, elves, baton
twirlers and more. The Gilchrist
Emergency/Law Enforcement ve-
hicles have been challenged to dec-
orate for the traveling trophy. It will
be interesting to see who wins this
year. If you have a craft or art that
you would like to display or sell we
need you too.
The parade begins at 2 p.m. with
the line up at 1 p.m. Come be a
part of the 27th Annual Christmas
Celebration on Saturday Decem-
ber 1, 2007. You'll be glad you
did. For information call the Town
Hall at 463-6288 or Susan White at

.MNw md a7Tkten

By Carrie A. Mizell

Page Three

Once Saved. Allays Saved Titanic Consequences
(Kent Heaton)

The doctrine of "Once Saved, Always Saved," is held sprinkling of the blood.of Jesus Christ: Grace unto

S 27th Annual Bell

C hrstmas Parade A

Storybook Christmas"

) Suwannee Valley Precast, Co.
Owner Gerald Roberts
Bell Chiefland
463-2504 Fax: 463-0390 493-4055

New Septic Tanks Installed Drain Fields Repaired
Septic Pump-Outs Septic Tanks Certified
Portable Toilets Backhoe Work Fill Dirt
S* State Certified *



Showcased in the Chamber office
this month is: Cross stitch & sup-
plies, by Lynn's Country Cross Stitch,
-located at 409 N. Main St. in Tren-
'.ton; Art Work,
"by Sharon Bard;
and an array of
.,gift items from
'Hope Scents, by
:Hope Arrington.
"Loving ,
-Stitches" Quilt
-Show, presented
by the Spring- Y
house Quilters Gilchi
Guild, is to be Coun
,held at the First
'United Methodist \ Florid
Church located at
203 NW Second
Street in Tren-
ton. This event .
,will take place on
-Friday, October
26th from 9 a.m.
to'6 p.m. and Saturday October 27th
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost of do-
nation is three dollars. For show info
and registration please contact Ruth
.at (352)463-8804.
The chamber is seeking volunteers
to help in the Chamber office a cou-
ple of hours a week, if you are inter-
ested in volunteering your services
please contact the Chamber office at
-(352)463-3467 between the hours of
-8:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Monday
-ihru Friday.
The Community Church of the
jNazarene will be presenting this
year's "Down Home Days" Arts &
,Crafts Festival as a fundraiser for
their church. The festival will be pre-
sented on the grounds of the Commu-
.nity.Church of the Nazarene, located
-west of the Trenton City light on SR
-26, on November 3rd at 9 a.m. thru 3
-p.m. Vendor booths are still available
-and if you would like to participate
in the 2007 "Down Home Days" Arts
and Crafts festival please contact
Merle at 463-1057, John 463-7282,
-or Bill 463-7349.
Capital City Bank will be hosting
-a Chamber Mixer on October 16th
:from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Immedi-
:ately following the mixer from 6:30
-p.m. to 7:30 p.m. they cordially invite
,you to stay for a free and informative

presented by guest speaker, Megan
Quinn. Megan is a registered rep-
resentative of the Invest Financial
Corp. Come
join us to learn
how much in-
surance you
need, the many
uses for insur-
ance and much
Ayers Health
and Rehabili-
ist station Center
ty will be host-
ing a Chamber
Mixer on Tues-
day, November
13th from 5:00
p.m. to 6:30
Sp.m., as always
Jo Buckles and
the employees
at Ayers Health
and Rehab Center are planning a fun
evening for everyone. If you would
like to promote your place of business
and meet other Chamber members by
having a Chamber Mixer please con-
tact Maureen at the Chamber office
(352)463-3467 or (352)463-4047. If
you are a new business or an individ-
ual and would like more information
on how to become a member of the
Chamber of Commerce give us a call
at (352)463-3467.

Trenton Senior Center
hosts open house
The Trenton Senior Center is hav-
ing an open house on Friday, October
26th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The senior center is located at 1107
N. Main Street, across from the Gil-
christ County Library.
We will be offering lunch and in-
formation services.

"Committed to living and sharing the message of God's love."

Bible Study 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Worship 11 a.m. & 7 p.m.
Prayer & Discipleship Wed. 7 p.m.
Youth Praise & Worship Wed. 6:30 p.m.
Ai ana Program Wed. 6:30 p.m.
71.1 ') S.V CR- 334A Trenton, FL 32693
....- astor: Jake Cravey
Youth Director: Aaron Bachle
bethelit@bellsouth.net www. backtobethel.org



(352) 463-1562
5509 S.W. County Road 232, Bell, Florida
(Between Bell & Trenton 2.5 miles West of SR 129)

Sunday School.........................*10:00 AM
Morning Worship.......................11:00 AM +
Evening Worship.......................6:00 PM
Wednesday Night Prayer/Youth...7:30 PM
Be a part of an exciting time of Worship and Bible Study.

Pastor Jerry Milton

Youth Director Josh Dease


6259 $.E.,75TH AVENUE NEWBERRY, FL 32669
SUNDAY SCHOOL ................................ 9:45 AM

MORNING WORSHIP .....................O.........6.... 11 AM
EVENING WORSHIP ..................................... 6 PM

CHURCH PHONE: 352-472-3845


ripst Oaptist Churchk


Welcomes You
"Embracing the Past and Reaching Toward the Future."
Comer of NE Second St. and Highway 26 in Trenton
(Nursery provided for all services)
Sunday School 9:45 AM (classes for all ages)
Sunday Morning Worship & Children's Church 11 AM
Sunday Night Bible Study 6 PM
Wednesday Nights:
Awana 6:20 PM
Youth Bible Study, Praise & Worship 6:30 PM
Adult Bible Study & Prayer 7 PM

Call 463-2038 for more information


Society meeting
The Gilchrist County Histori-
cal Society will meet at the Trenton
Community Center on Tuesday, Oc-
tober 23, 2007 at 7:00 p.m.. All in-
terested parties are encouraged to
attend as we acknowledge those who
helped with activities in the past, and
plan for the upcoming Veterans Day
Parade and Celebration. Refresh-
ments will be served and certificates
awarded to those who 'have gracious-
ly committed their time and talents to
recognize the contributions our men
and women in uniform.
We need your help in planning and
participating for our Veterans Day
activities. Please contact Mr. Murph
Everett at (352)463-2933 for further

Never play peek-a-boo with a child
on a long plane trip. There's no end
to the game. Finally I grabbed him
by the bib and said, "Look, it's al-
ways gonna be me!"
Rita Rudner


Ebenezer Baptist we will "Pray for Children" in con-
Church invites you to junction with all the CCW units in
(Church invites you tO the United States.
their 147th Homecom- October 1st the Knights of Co-
ing Celebration lumbus installed their new offi-
cers. Congratulations to Lee Stone
Ebenezer Baptist Church would Grand Knight, Raul Hernandez
like to invite you to join us for our Deputy Grant Knight, Michael
147th Homecoming Celebration on Bryant Recorder, and Pat Cilo
Sunday, October 28, 2007. Cilo Chancellor. May God bless
We are having two morning ser- you with a successful year.
vices: one at 9:45 a.m. with Bro. Don't forget our ongoing week-
Danny Quincey bringing our mes- ly events. Every Tuesday Bingo
sage and one at 11:00 a.m. with starts at 6 p.m. with the Early
Bro. Clifford Quincey preaching. Bird Games. The rosary has been
Dinner on the grounds will follow changed to Wednesday at 6 p.m.
and all evening services have been before Bible Study at 6:45 p.m. in
canceled. The church is located at the church hall.
12250 NE 30th Ave, Chiefland.
From more information call (352)
St. Madeleine Catholic
Church Mission
First United Methodist "MAKE IT KNOWN!" with
Church hosts a Holiday, Rev. Andre Patenaude, M.S. (aka
Fr. Pat) of the Our Lady of La-
Craft Fair and Cookie Salette Missionaries. Mark your
calendars! Father Pat will be at
WaThe holiday craft fair and cook- St. Madeleine Catholic Church in
ie walk will be at the First United Hig Springs on November 3rd
Methodist Church of Chiefland on thru 7th for a beautiful mission.
Saturday, November 3, 2007, from Father Pat is a priest who has
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. A light lunch will made music an integral part of his
be available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. unique ministry of healing' and
We are featuring handmade thousands have experienced the
Arts and Crafts and our FAMOUS healing' touch of his unque mi-
" Cookie Walk." So come on out istry. Lives are forever changed
and do your Christmas shopping spiritually, emotionally, and physi-
early and let us do your holiday cally.
cookie baking, eat lunch and re- He has traveled to Germany d
member: where he ministered to our wound-
"All proceeds from our craft and ed soldiers and he has touched the
cookie sales goes to missions and lives of many in the United States,
charitable community projects." Europe, and Asia. f
Our Church is located at 707 N., Everyone is invited to St. Made-
Main Street in Chiefland whichis leine Catholic Church for a church
one block south of highway 129, on mission beginning with Father Pat
19 and 98. speaking at all Masses on Saturday
I Our Fair will be downstairs in the & Sunday, November 3rd and 4th.
Fellowship Hall. The mission will be Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday, November
5th, 6th and 7th at 7:00 p.m. with
Tui Point Mass, Reconciliation and a Heal-
rning Point ing Service on Tuesday evening'
Ministries, Inc finishes Come and witness this beautiful
new building experience. Anyone can view Fa-
The congregation of Turning their Pat's website at www.father-
Point Ministries, Inc., a non-demi- pat.orgse feel free to contact the
national gathering, is excited. Our St. Madeleine mission coordinator
)new building will be ready for the Jeannette Chapdelaine at (386)497-
first service this month. 31n7
The building has been under con- 3179
struction for a year and is located
at 16750 NW 60th Ave County
Road 341." ,The First United
For further information regarding Methodist Church
the church and its ministry, please Ciefli nd ho-st its
call the church office at 493-8005 of Chie lan hosts its
during regular business hours 3rd annual "Trunk-N-
Watch for our Grand Opening! Treat"
Looking for a safe alternative
to trick-or-treating? Not excited
Holy Cross Mission about going door-to-door for hours
Meet The Pastor Sun- while your young goblins try'to fill
Sup their candy sacks? Want to see
/day something different and fun?
The parishioners of Holy Cross The First United Method-
Mission INVITE ALL AREA ist Church of Chiefland, right on
CATHOLICS, old members, cur- US 19, is hosting its 3rd annual
rent members, new members and. "Trunk-N-Treat." Everyone is in-\
future members, TO CELEBRATE vited whether bringing children
MASS WITH US ON SUNDAY, to go from trunk-to-trunk or bring
OCTOBER.28, 2007 AT 11:30 a.m. your decoratedtrunk and give out
Come 'Meet the Pastor,' Fr. Joe Mc- candy. Last year.there were about
Donnell, after Mass while enjoying 31 vehicles (and drivers) decorated
*a ham and turkey lunch. There will for the occasion with fiearly 1200
be plenty of food and fellowship so kids' coming through for a visit
please join us on October 28th. and to get their bags filled with
On October 7th about 25 mem- candy. The hay ride is' always fun
bers of Holy Cross joined other as it takes the costumed youngsters
Christian churches in the area for around the neighborhood. Last
-the 21st Annual Life Chain on year there were kids from Bron-
Hwy 19 by the high school. God son, Tienton, Cross City, as well
"baptized" the event with a down- as, Chiefland.
pour but all those in the Life Chain We ask that vehicles partici-
stayed' to proclaim their Pro-Life parting arrive and set up between
belief. Afterwards we enjoyed the 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. The actual
gracious hospitality of the First event will be open to the kids at
Baptist Church of Cross City. and 6:30 p.m. and run until 8:30 p.m.
toured their beautiful Women's on Saturday, October 27th. Look
SCenter. for the large Frankenstein head for
The women of Holy Cross are the entrance, right by the Pumpkin
still busy raising money for our an- Patch.
nual Thanksgiving Dinner for the Any questions please call Roger
Elderly of Dixie County on Tues- Bell (Youth Specialist) or Michele
day, November 13th. On Saturday, Bell (Children's Coordinator) at
lOctober 13th we had a "Rosary (352) 490-8879 or the Church of-
JRally" and October 23rd thru 25th fice at (352) 493-4627.

Gilchrist Historical []

On October llth the Mt. Nebo
Baptist Senior Saints took a field trip
in the church's bus to Noah's Park
and Planetarium located in the Mid-
Florida Baptist Assembly grounds
between Branford and Mayo off of
We toured the museum under the
direction of Pastor Tom Baird and
then went into the auditorium for a
talk about the fossils and how they
relate to information in the Bible.
This was followed by a question and
answer session. The 16 Seniors who
attended were very well informed

about the past history.
Following this, we gathered for a
"Brown Bag" lunch under huge live
oaks and next to a dried up lake that
used to be Lake Pickett. Anyway,
this was a great day of Christian Fel-
lowship and a good time was had by
all who attended.
For more information about taking
yoAr group on a tour of the museum,
feel free to call Pastor Tom Baird, at
(386)209-1180. '
Nancy Padgett
Senior Saints Director

A musician must make music, an artist must.paint, a poet must write, if he
is to be ultimately at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be.
Abraham Maslow

Trenton Communit Nazarene Church

(2. miles west of traffic light on 5R-2Z6)

10:50 a.m. Sunday Worshi Service

7:00 p.m. Wednesday Worship Service

+65-1057 Pastor Merle Goodrich

Trenton United
Methodist Church'
9:30 am Sunday School
11:00 am Morning Worship Service
6:00 pm Wednesday Bible Study
Nursery provided 9-12 Sunday Morning
203 N.E. Second Street. Trenton ,

Office: 463-2877 Rev. H.D. "Hank" Cribb, Sr.

t 16655 N. W. CR-339 Trenton, Florida 32693 t
Bro. Greg Douglas, Pastor
Bro. Rickey Whitley, Minister of Students
Charles Brock, Music Director
Sunday School/Bible Study......................9:15 AM
Morning Worship Service.................1... 0:30 AM,
Children's Church......................... 10:30 AM
Evening Worship Service......................6:00 PM
Wednesday: Prayer Meeting, Youth..........7:00 PM
AW A NA .......................... ..................... 6:30 PM
~ Nursery Provided for All Services ~

We Welcome You To
Mt. Nebo Baptist Church (SBC)
4200 N.W. CR-340, Bell, FL 32619
(3 miles North of Bell on Hwy-340 West)
Sunday School ............................... 9:45 am
Morning Worship ............................ 11 am
Evening W worship ................................... 6 pm
Wednesday Evening Services:
AWANA 6:15pm, Youth "JAM" night & Adult Bible Study... 7 pm
Pastor: Rev. Jimmy Corbin
Minister of Youth: Matt Holtsclaw
Church Phone: 386-935-3575
"Committed to Reaching People for Christ"

Mt. Nebo Baptist Senior Saints


Bethel Baptist Church

to celebrate its 131st

Homecoming & Revival

Sunday, October 28 31, 2007

Speaker: Evangelist Bill Bozeman

Youth Night: Wednesday

October 31st Pizza Will Be Served


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Rock and roll at the
Sock Hop sponsored by
Legion Auxiliary 383
Legion Auxiliary 383 is sponsoring
a "SOCK HOP" on Sunday, October
21st, starting at 2 p.m. There will be
1950s and 1960s rock & roll music,
prizes, raffles and dinner, so put on
your "ole rock and roll" clothes and
come on down. The post is located at
1297 NE 82nd Avenue in Old Town.
The cost is only $ 6.00 each. For more
information or directions call 542-
Mary Christians, publicity
Mary Byrd Christians

Happy Birthday wishes to
Ashia Henry, Lewis Burnham,
and Julie Watson on October
I Sth: Sandh Zirrmnerman and
L',dia Cook on October 19th.
Peggy Keeling. Shannon Spears
Rodnguez. Rick\ Slaughter.
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4-Pets Sake
With cooler weather approaching
birds will find it more difficult to ob-
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tasty meals for them. 2 cups crunchy
peanut butter, 2 cups cornmeal, 1 cup
sunflower seeds, 1 cup flour, fruit,
berries, peanuts, raisins, and nut bird-
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We were unable to bring more
items to the yard sale because of rain;
but all things considered we made
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the doors opened at 8 a.m. because we
couldn't get there until after 9 a.m.
Every so often 4-Pets Sake will set

up a yard sale at Bells and Whistles
storage. If you see Mr. Emenecker
there stop by and chat.
We are up to 475 surgeries and
453 rabies shots; looks like that goal
of 500 will be achieved. Enjoy this
beautiful weather before we start say-
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Local Middle School high
achiever selected for National
Leadership Conference

ton Middle School
This fall, local middle school stu-
dent, Miss Amanda Gordon will
take part in an extraordinary leader-*
ship conference in Washington, D.C.
Themed Voices of Leadership: Re-
flecting on the Past to Create the Fu-
ture, the Junior National Young Lead-
ers Conference (JrNYLC) introduces
young people to 'the rich tradition
of leadership throughout American
history, while helping them. develop
their own leadership skills. Miss
Gordon was nominated for JrNYLC
by Ms. Marianne Moore of Trenton
Elementary School.
The aim of the Junior National
Young Leaders Conference is to in-
spire students to recognize their own
leadership skills, measure their skills
against those of current and former
leaders and return home with new-
found confidence in their ability to
exercise positive influence within

Bell FFA Alumni News
The Bell FFA Alumni met on Mon-
day, October 8th at the Bell AG shop.
We were very pleased at the atten-
dance for this meeting.
First order of.business was discuss-
ing what fund raisers we should take
on this year. The annual cake auction
was a huge success- in September.
Many ideas were presented and we
look forward to some new fund raiser
for our organization. Be sure to look
for upcoming fund raising events that
will support the kids.
" Officer elections were held for
2007-2008. The following are a list
of new officers: President Emory
Wilson, Vice-President Joy Powell,
Secretary -Regina Roberts, Treasure
- Kathy Sites, Reporter Tanya Roll-
ing, and Historian Alana Pridgeon.
These new officers look forward
to working with the members of the
Bell Alumni. We hope to see our
organization continue to grow. Any
one who has an interest in supporting
the FFA; we invite you to cme join
us. Our meetings are held in the bell
AG shop the second Monday of the
month at 7:00 p.m. We begin our
meetings with a covered dish dinner.
The next meeting will be the, Thanks-
giving dinner. This would be a great
time for ,you to come out and see
what were all about. We encourage

their communities, said Mike Lasa-
day, Executive Director of the Con-
gressional Youth Leadership Coun-
cil the organization that sponsors
JrNYLC. Young people are not only
welcome in Washington, D.C., they
actually keep this city and our coun-
try running.
During the six-day program,
scholars take part in educational ac-
tivities and presentations; scholars
may also meet with elected officials
and key congressional staff mem-
bers on Capitol Hill. Students visit
relevant sites, such as the historic
district of Philadelphia, PA; Harpers
Ferry, WV; and Washington D.C.'s
monuments and memorials.
In addition to examining notable
U.S. leaders and historic figures, stu-
dents study the impact of leadership
throughout critical periods of Ameri-
can history including the Civil War
and Reconstruction World War II,
the Great Depression and the Civil
Rights Movement. Upon completion
of JrNYLC, students gain a greater
understanding of the role individu-
als play in American democracy, as
well as the responsibilities of being
a leader.
CYLC is a nonpartisan educational
organization. Since 1985, the Coun-
cil has inspired more than 200,000
young people to achieve their full
leadership potential. Nearly 400
members of the U.S. Congress join
our commitment by serving on the
CYLC Honorary Board of Embas-

you to join us.
The alumni would like to remind
you that the JR and SR chapters are
very active this time of year. The JR
chapter is havthg a fund raiser at this
time. It is a drawing for a tree stand
and four other great prizes. Be sure to
see one of the members. Both groups
are preparing and working hard for
many competitions as well. We look
forward to seeing how they do.
Tanya Rolling
Bell Alumni Reporter

Informational meeting
on Costa Rica 2008
Attention: Gilchrist County School
Children, grades 3rd through 6th.
Hiking through rainforests, zip lin-
ing through the tree tops, whitewater
rafting, -seeing an active volcano.
Does this sound like an adventure
you would be interested in?
Mr. Vogel and Ms. Joyce Philman
will host a "Windows to the World"
meeting to discuss and plan the 2008
Costa Rica Educational Expedition.
Meeting October 18th at 7 p.m. in
Mr. Vogel's room, 112, building 4 at
Trenton Elementary School.


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Pictured is the Bell High School JROTC at the Taylor County Drill

Bell High School

On Wednesday, October 3, 2007 the Bell High School JROTC program
competed in the Taylor County Drill Meet. The meet consisted of several
events: Color Guard, Let One Drill Team, Unarmed Drill Team, and the Raid-
er team.
The JROTC programs that were represented at the competition were Bell
High School, Jefferson High School, and Taylor County High School. The
Bulldogs took first place in the Cadet Challenge which consisted of the ohe
mile run, sit and reach, chin-ups, and sit-ups: The Color Guard placed third,
Let One Drill placed fourth, and the Unarmed Drill team placed second. All
the. cadets did a terrific job.

Trenton High School
Parent Teacher
The Trenton High School Parent
Teacher Organization has been very
busy this year planning fundraising
activities to provide student recog-
nition and funds for classroom proj-
ects. The PTO is currently sponsor-
ing a weekly "Caught Doing Good"
program. Students are recognized in
their classrooms for doing well be-
haviorally and/or academically. Then
their name is submitted into a weekly
drawing to receive rewards like free
movie rentals and pizza, or Burger
Spot gift certificates.
The PTO is also sponsoring a 5th
and 6th grade "Masquerade" Dance
on October 18, 2007 from 3:00 p.m.
to 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Cos-
tumes are allowed, but must meet
standard dress code requirements, and
no toy accessories (plastic swords,
water guns, silly string, etc.) will be
permitted. Students must be picked
up at the auditorium gate by a par-
ent'at 5:30 p.m. Parents who would
like to donate treats or drinks for the'
dance may send them in with their
child. Dance tickets will be $5.00,
and students will have the opportu-
nity to have their picture made with
their friends in costume. Students
must pre-pay $3.00 for each picture,,
which will be printed and distributed
at school the following week.
All interested members of the THS
community are invited to join the
PTO anid support the academic inter-
est of our students. Membership dues
are $5.00. The Trenton High School
PTO meets the second Tuesday of
every month in the high school caf-
eteria. The next meeting will be on
Noemniber 12, 2007 ,at 7:00 p.m.
Interested parties who would like to
volunteer to assist the PTO with arn
upcoming even should call (352)463-
3210 or email Ms.Carroll at car-

Cadet Captain Thomas Stephari
Public Affairs Officer

Bell Band fundraisers
This is the last week to purchase
cookie dough from the Bell Band
program, Proceeds are to benefit the
purchase of much. needed instru-
ments. When a student approaches
you, please give generously.
On a diet or not into cookie dough?
The band program will be having a
jewelry fundraiser starting in No-
vember with delivery scheduled be-
fore Christmas break. This will also
benefit our instrument replacement.
Thanks for all your support.

23rd annual Down
Home Days
As the weather cools, it brings with
it the scent of excitement and an-
ticipation of the 23rd Annual Down
Home Days.. Join the community
on November 3rd for fun, food, and
crafts. Our Down Home Days is being
'hosted this year at the Trenton Com-
munity. Church, just 2 miles west of
the traffic light in Trenton. So grab
your neighbor and meet us there on
Saturday, November 3rd. from 9:00
a.m. until 3:00 p.m. For more infor-
mation or to be a vendor, please con-
tact Merle at (352)463-1057.

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Trenton Tiger

JV cheerleaders
After long practices and games the Trenton Tiger JV Cheerleaders
finish the year off with a bang! Captain Katie Wilkerson did a great jobl
leading the other seven cheerleaders in cheers and chants. The squads
worked hard this. year and are now getting ready for their homecoming
performance. Kee u the good work, Go Ti ers!!


From October 18, 2007 to October 24,2007
Gilchrist County Superintendent's Office 1-800-884-9131
Transportation Office 1-800-833-5702
Date Time Event Place
10/18 End of 1st Nine Weeks
10/19 No School- Teacher Workday
10/18 3:15 p.m. PTAMeeting Media Center
10/22 Red Ribbon Week
10/18 6 p.m. MS Football vs. St. John
10/20 8 a.m:/9 p.m. Marching Band MPA @ Columbia HS Lake City
10/23-25 4 p.m. Varsity Volleyball Districts Gym
10/23 CPT Testing
10/23 High Q Meet vs. Bradford County Starke
10/24 Plan Testing .
.10/17-31 Pumpkin Patch
10/18 3/5:30 p.mn. Drama Practice
10/20 Multi-Year Reunion for Trenton Scho.ols
10/22 2:45/4 p.m. Sign Language- Grades 3 & 4
10/23 2:45/4 p.m. Sign Language- Grades 1 & 2
10/23 3/5:30 p.m. Drama
10/23 3/6 p.m. AR Reading Time'
10/18 I -' I" I 'E ,.'.m,- bI ,ck Claise -; k: 0 s
10/18 3:30 p.m. Dance-.Grades 5 & 6 Cafeteria:
1.0/18 5:30 p.m. Volleyball (JV/V) vs. Williston Gym
10/19 5/7:30 p.m. SGA Dinner Before Game (Fish/Chicken)
10/22-25 4p.m. Volleyball Districts Bell

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Branford stops Bell win
Bell traveled to Branford last Fri-
day to try and improve their record to
6-1, and beat the Bucs for the second
time this year. It was a great night for
football, without a cloud in the sky I
am happy to report.
The Bucs won the opening coin
toss and deferred to the second half.
The Bulldogs offense sputtered and
elected to punt. The Bucs were fired
up, seeing as how it was their hoine-
coming game, and chugged their way
down the field. After some great de-
fensive stands, the Bulldogs' defense
finally gave way and allowed Brett
Suggs a touchdown. The kickoff gave
the Bulldogs the ball at the 26-yard
line. Trying to prove that he could
get fired up too, Lee Carlisle bolted
seventy-four yards for a touchdown
with' 4:24 left in the quarter. When
Branford received the ball, they took
a chance and went for it on fourth
down. Taking this choice personally,
Austin "Lumpy" Upshaw and Chris
Wilkerson crushed the Buccaneer
ball carrier and made Branford turn
it over on downs. Bell would get the
ball at the Bucs' 43-yard line.
As the second quarter started, the
Bulldogs were faced with a 4th and
2 deep in Buccaneer territory and
couldn't convert. But, neither offens-
es seemed to be in sync and Branford
punted away to the Bulldogs. This
however, would be a successful
drive for Bell. It would include a one
handed grab by Mitchell Cannon, a
4th down conversion, a 25-yard re-
ception by Paul Clark, and would
end with a 4-yard touchdown run by'
Justin Fowler. After the touchdown,
Bell and Branford would trade punts.
When Branford got the ball, costly
penalties and blown coverage would
cost them a Brett Suggs touchdown.
But, the snap for the kick was high,
and Branford couldn't take the lead.
The half would eventually end with
the score knotted at 13-13.
The second half would start off
slow, with the teams trading punts.
Branford wouldn't have a chance to

THS Band Boosters
~Proud parents of a superior band-
We are on our way to a great march-
ing season so far. Thanks to everyone
for your support.
Parents, as a reminder, we have
competition on Saturday, October
20th all day. We are currently sell-
ing ads for our Christmas and Spring
concert programs. One program for
$50.00 each .'r hot h tl -5.iI.i Pie i,
call Heather Faison at 352,' 231 -u11':
for more information.
We invite all band and flag corps
parents to come to out next booster
meeting on November 12th ,at 7:00
p.m. in the band room. We appreciate
new members as.well as fresh ideas.
We hope to see you all there.

Steven Cox

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We would like to thank those who
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season. Thank you to all of the chap-
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do appreciate your time and energy.
Without you our band wouldn't be
able to go and show Trenton.Tiger
On November 3rd we will be at
Hitchcock's with a $50.00 Hitch-
cock's gift .certificate raffle, as well
as Down Home Days we will have,
a big jump for the kids, please come
out and show your band spirit.
Good luck in the competition on
Saturday, October 25th!
Bringing a child into :the world,is
the greatest act of hope there is.
Louise Hart

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* Stripping Floors
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Mrs. Akins class
learns about fire safety
Last week Mrs. Akins' class learned several fire safety tips in case of
a fire. We learned how to stop, drop, and roll, and how important it is to
kmow what to do in case of a fire. We had lots of fun making firefighters,
Dalmatians, and getting a visit from the Alachua County Fire Dept. On
Friday we also took a walk to the Trenton Fire Station where we got to
spray the water, see the fire dog and learn more about firefighters. All the
iiefi'-hicLr did a gle ij job le.Lllill-j us fiic s'afeCt lip. s W i a fuin and e\cil-
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punt a second time, as Mitchell Can-
non pounced on a Branford fumble.
The Branford offense would get back
on the field though, as a high long
snap on a punt attempt gave the Bucs
great field position. But, the momen-
tum would shift once again when Paul
Clark intercepted his 7th pass of the
year. The Bulldog offense couldn't
capitalize, and they gave the Bucs
back the ball. Something had to give,
and unfortunately, it was the Bulldog
defense. Brett Suggs would score his
third touchdown of the night to end
the third quarter with Branford lead-
ing 20-13.
The fourth quarter started as badly
as the third had ended, with yet an-
other high snap putting the Bulldog
defense in a hole. Branford had lots
of momentum by now and it showed
as they scored on a nifty reverse play.
When Bell got the ball back, they
made short work of the Branford de-
fense, driving down the 1-yard line
on a diving catch by Tommy Calla-
han. Justin Fowler would score his
second rushing touchdown of the
night one play later. Branford would
get great field position on the kickoff,
but the Bulldogs played great defense
and forced them to turri it over on
downs. But, Branford's defense ral-
lied and turned the same trick. John
Perry would score on a busted play
a few plays later, extending the Buc-
caneer lead to 33-21. A late turnover
would end the Bulldogs' chances of
The game was exciting to watch,
with the momentum shifting back
and forth. Ultimately, the big plays
given up by Bulldogs are what cost
them the game. Paul Clark had a
great game for the Bulldogs. He had
3 receptions for 44 yards, and added
6 tackles and an interception. Lee
Carlisle had 19 carries for 137 yards
and a touchdown. He now has 1,074
yards on the season. He also added
9 tackles.
Bell is off this week, but they will
play St. Joseph's Academy in St. Au-
gustine at 6:00 p.m.
By Joel Elliott


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FWC Officers Kevin Locee and Israel Istre talk to Bell High School
students on Friday.

Two alligators and three officers
from the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission (FWC)
stopped by Bell High School on Fri-
day to talk with students who are
eagerly considering future career
At the .request of his wife Jessica
Istre, a teacher at Bell High School,
FWC Officer Israel Istre volun-
teered to speak to students in grades
9 through 12 about what it takes to
get into an agency like FWC. Joined
by fellow officers Kevin Locee and
Zac Clark, Istre told students to work
hard in school, keep their grades up
and stay out of trouble.
"You must have 45 semester hours
of college or military experience to
get my job and you can't have any
criminal history," Istre said. "The de-
cisions that you are making now are
important for any job you might con-
sider down the road." .
An FWC officer for five years, Is-
tre considers himself very fortunate
to be able to work in the outdoors,
"At their age (high school) they all

love to hunt and fish and the outdoor
aspect of my job is amazing,". Istre
said. "I think it is the opportunity to'
work in the woods and the water that
appeals to them."
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Star Teachers .



Mrs. Arndt Mr. Price
This week's Star High School Teacher is one of our newest teachers, but
she has jumped right in and taken on all the responsibilities of organiz-
ing the Student Government Association, as well as organizing the 2008
Ilomecoming. We are recognizing Ms. Kristin Arndt for all the hard work
she has put in to make our Homecoming a success. She has wasted no time
in getting SGA officers elected, putting together fund raisers, and getting
everyone excited about all the homecoming activities. We really appreciate
all that she is doing. Congratulations Mrs. Arndt!
Our Middle School Star Teacher is also a newer teacher at TM/HS. This
is his second year here. We chose Mr. Price as the Star Teacher because of
his commitment to his students. He is always willing to go the extra mile
for them, and he makes sure that each student is given the same opportu-
nity to learn. His dedication is really making a positive difference in ilie
Ii. c,'f his students. Way to go Mi'. Price!
) i i[ job' .i ln0 i and keep up tle rej i work!


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Gilchrist County Clerk
of Court offers passport
processing services
The office of the Gilchrist County
Court is pleased to announce that
they are again processing passport
applications on behalf of the U.S.
Department of State.
U.S. citizens planning international
travel may apply for their passports
at the Gilchrist County Courthouse,
in the Recording Department of the
Clerk's office Monday thru Friday
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
In addition to processing passports,
the Clerk's office can also process the
2x2 photos that are required for pass-
ports, concealed weapons or anything
else that uses photos of this size.
For application forms, information
on documentation required and fees,
please contact the Clerk's Office at
(352) 463-3170, and for a wealth of
other passport and international trav-
el information, visit the only official

website for passport information at,

North Gilchrist
Volunteer Fire
Department pancake
The North Gilchrist Volunteer Fire
Department will hold its monthly
pancake breakfast on October 20,
2007 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
For a donation we offer eggs, pan-
cakes (blueberry, pecan and caramel)
sausage, juice and coffee or tea.
Come out and enjoy a great break-
fast with your friends and neighbors.
Don't forget to buy raffle tickets
for our patriotic basket full of great
goodies! Proceeds will benefit the
fire department.
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miles East of 129. We hope to see,
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Gilchrist County
Sheriff's Volunteers
During the month of September
2007, Crime Watch vehicles were
driven 962 miles and volunteers
contributed 100 hours of their time
while patrolling county roads, direct-
ing traffic at the Trenton Elementary
School, assisting at the Bell High
School Homecoming Parade and
football game, Trenton and Bell High
School football games and the Ayers
Nursing Home.
CARE callers made 61 calls to
those requesting the service as well
as making four home visits.
The next meeting will be held on
November 6th at 6 p.m. in the Sher-
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unteers and other interested parties
are urged to attend.
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Bell Band News
The Purple Powerhouse Marching
Band spent a very long Saturday at
the Echoes of Excellence Competi-
tion in Middleburg, Florida. The band
left at 7 a.m. and returned at 10 p.m.
The band had a great performance
and our hopes were high, but we
came away with only two trophies.
Congratulations to Cory Edwards
and Erica Dahlgren for receiving Su-
perior with Distinction as our Drum
After a review of our taped perfor-
mance, we realized this competition
was not about music or marching,
but gimmicks and gimcrack. Colum-
bia High School and Santa Fe High
School also, had a rough day, but we
congratulate Sante Fe and Gaines-
ville High School from our District
for getting into the finals.
Kudos to our drumline members,
Travis Kortessis and J.D. Gray for
performing despite their pain and
discomfort. Travis broke his, wrist
and J.D, had a severe ankle sprain.
What troopers!
Thanks to all our chaperones and
parents who made the long trek to
support the band, Elaine Lagassee,
Dermot Burke, Gloria Crawford,
James Griffith, Joy Railey, Mary
Kortessiss, Stephanie Gray, Darlene
Andrews, Cinnamon McPearson, Mr.
Spoehr, and Mr., Hunter. Thank you to
David Aderhold for pulling the trailer
and to our Band Director's parents
for traveling from Vero Beach to sup-
port their daughter and us. We love
If you wanted'to see your child per-
form, but couldn't make the trip you
are in luck. They will perform this
Saturday at the 'Florida Bandmas-
ter's MNPA a Columbia High School
in Lake Ci\t. Oui performance is at
2:30 p m Make a day of it with good
food and music.
Attention Alumni:, The alumni
night' is Thursday, November 1st.
Same, time, different date. Please
note this change.
Noteworthy news: Thursday, No-

vember 8th we are honored to be a
part of the Bell JROTC's awesome
Veterans Proar.m. If von are a vet-
eranror have never e'.penenced ihis
pi'.gimu. please plan on being there
This program always brings tears to
my eyes. Friday, November 9th is se-

nior night. All senior football players,
cheerleaders and band members are
honored. We have 17 seniors in band.
December 1st is the Bell Christmas
Parade. December 2nd is the Prism
Concert at Florida State University.
nocomhber RSth i the, Winter crnctertt

This is not the same old concert. It
will be on Saturday night at 7 p.m.
Come and expect the unexpected, as
the Band program adds some won-,
derful additions for your listening.
and viewing pleasure.

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She has been teaching in the Polk
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A\pnl is a 1987 graduate of Trenton
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14th District Masters
and Wardens meeting
William T. Carlton Lodge No. 46,
free and accepted masons, located
behind the former Tri-County Bank
building in Trenton, will be hosting
the '14th Masonic District Masters
and Wardens Association meeting
on Thursday, October 25th with a
meal at 7 p.m. and the meeting at 8
p.m. The meeting is open to all Mas-
ter Masons and worshipful Master
Jim Campbell has invited all Lodge
members to attend. There is a $7.00
donation for the meal.
The Masters and Wardens Asso-
ciation meetings are less formal than
a regular Lodge meeting and it is a
great time to interact with Masons
from all over the 14th District, which
includes Gilchrist, Levy and Alachua
counties. There is an award given
out each meeting called The Travel-
ing Gavel. It is awarded to the Lodge
that has the most number of members
present at that meeting. You don't
need to be a member of the Masters
and Wardens Association to partici-
pate, only that you are a Master Ma-
son. Wm. Campbell encourages all
Wm. T. Carlton Lodge members to
come so that the Lodge can win this
award for the month. Carlton Lodge
has never won it before, but it is
hoped there will be enough members
present to win the gavel. So come on
out and let's get the gavel!
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Senior Deacon

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
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will provide flu shots to members of
its Medicare Advantage BlueMedi-
care HMO and PPO programs at no
cost to enrollees. Flu shots will also
be available to the general public at
a cost of $30. The shots will be of-
fered at convenient locations state-
wide through Nov. 17.
"The flu vaccine works in prevent-
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M.D., M.P.H., vice-president of pro-
fessional relations, BCBSF. "Look-
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from previous years, the majority of
our members who receive flu'shots
do not report any flu-related illnesses
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The clinics, specifically target the

The Trenton Police Department
represented by Chief Billy Smith took
the time last week to recognize Joe
Roberts. Mr. Roberts, a local resident,
has worked for the last 18 months on
the Citizens Patrol.
In fact Roberts is the first and only
member of the Citizens Patrol and
he will be greatly missed. He and
his wife have moved to Las Vegas to
be near their five children who live
Roberts said, "It has helped me fill
in some time, it's been an opportunity
to meet and talk to local residents. I
like to make people feel comfortable
knowing that someone was looking
out for them." CHlief Smith said that
Roberts was a real asset to his force
and he hopes others might be inter-
ested in becoming involved with the
Citizens Patrol. For more information
about the program please call 463-
over 65 population. Because this is
part of the Medicare benefit, there
is no charge to BlueMedicare HMO,
BlueMedicare PPO, and BlueMedi-
care Group PPO members who pres-
ent a flu shot coupon that was recent-
ly mailed to them, along with their
BCBSF ID card and a valid driver's
license or other ID. For beneficiaries
with proof of traditional Medicare
coverage and valid identification,
Maxim Health Systems, the compa-
ny administering the shots, may bill
Medicare on their behalf. For others.,
age nine and above, shots are $30 by
cash or personal check for as long as
the vaccine supply lasts. Local dates,
locations and times are available on-
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calling 1-877-962-9358.
"Given the serious health risk and
financial impact of influenza on older
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Bell High School Class of 1957 Reunion

Front Row: Mildred (Hall) Prescott, Wynelle (Carver) Durden, Julianne (Bright) Mathis, Mabel
(Douglas) Hasert, Doris (Strickland) Aderholt, Emma Lee (Martin) Gay, Charlene Sanders, Yvonne
(Cannon) Pridgeon, and Maxine (Douglas) Adams. Middle Row: Daniel Jenkins, Sidney Philpot,
Ray Cannon, Dale Philman, Our Class Sponsor Mrs. Betty Jo Goodson, James Estes, Willie Sheffield
and Gary Martin. Back Row: Emory Roberts, Dean Mathis, Vernon Rolling, Dolan Beach, Leonard
Daniels, Bascom Akins and Arnold O'Steen.

Bell High School class of 1957 ebrate their 50th year class reunion.
will meet at 3 p.m. at Akins BBQ Everyone is welcome to come by,
in Bell on October 27, 2007 to cel-

Trenton Tigers 2007
multi-class reunion
October 20
The 2007 Trenton High School
Class Reunion is set for October 20th
at 1 p.m. at the Elementary School
Cafeteria in Trenton. The committee
members are asking the alumni to call
and make their reservations today.
A delicious meal is being prepared
and catered by a Trenton "home
grown" man. The menu will include

pork, chicken, sausage, wild rice, po-.
tato casserole, beans, creamed corn,
fruit salad, garden salad, rolls and
Please send $15.00 per person and
make checks payable to Diana Harri-
son, and mail to her at 4599 SW 90th
Ct., Bell, FL 32619-1935 or you can
pay at the door, however, they need
to know how many are coming. Just
call Diana at 463-2147 or e-mail her
at rharrison@huges.net. Hope to see
you there!
Reunion Committee

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Annual Cook Out
The Trenton High School Class
of 1979 is holding its 3rd Annual
Covered Dish Cook Out on Satur-
day, October 20th at 5:00 p.m. It will
be held at the home of Regina and
Edward Marsh in Cross City. Call
Holly at (352)339-0983 or Regina at
(352)498-5931 to RSVP.,

October Art Show to be
held in Fanning Springs
Point of View Antiques in Fanning
Springs would like to invite the pub-
lic to its 2nd Annual OctoberFest Art
Show to be held October 26th and
28th. The show will feature local art-
ists displaying a variety of artwork in
photography, oils, watercolors and
pen & pencil.
Join us for a "Meet the Artist" re-
ception on Friday, October 26th from
4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The art show will
kick off on Saturday at 10 a.m. with a
free lunch of hotdogs and all the fix-
ings being served from 11 a.m. until.
2 p.m. Door prizes will also be given
away at the event. '
Point of View Antiques is located
on.Hwy. 19 just north of the"Home-
stead Restaurant in Fanning Springs.
For more information please call
(352) 463-0718 or check us out on
the web at www.PointofViewGifts.

Habitat for Humanity
safety course
We have been able to add another
day to the Habitat safety training,
courses. It will be held on October,
27th, at 11 a.m. at the Good Sheph-
ard Lutheran Church, 4 miles North
of Chiefland on US 19. Everyone
should allow an hour to an hour and a
half for ithe training.
Only those volunteers who are
working directly .with the construc-
tion of the home are required to take
it; for those who are it is a MAN-
DATORY training. If volunteers are
assisting the workers in other ways
such as serving meals, logging com-
munity hours worked, etc, they are
not required to attend.
We invite anyone interested in par-
ticipating in this exciting chapter in
Habitat's history to come to the train-
ing. Hope to see you there.

Haven Hospice
Haven Hospice's Love and Re-
membrance Memorials are open to
anyone in the community who has
lost a loved one. Attendees are en-
couraged to bring pictures and me-
mentos of loved ones that can be
placed on our Table of Memories on
Thursday, November 8th at 6 p.m. at
the Tri-Counties Hospice Care Cen-
.ter Garden located at 311 N.E. 9th
St., in Chiefland. Refreshments will
be served.
For more information, contact Nina
Powell at (352) 692-5100, (800) 727-
1889 or mnpowell@havenhospice.
Haven Hospice is North Florida's
expert in end-of-life and palliative
care and is one of eight 2007 Circle
of Life Award honorees nationwide
to be recognized as leaders in improv-
ing the care of patients near the end
of life or with life-threatening condi-
tions. Haven Hospice has also been
recognized as a Florida Pacesetter
for its leadership in promoting living
wills. Licensed in Florida since 1980
as, a not-for-profit hospice, Haven
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Springhouse quilt show
The Springhouse Quilters' Guild
will present their 'Loving Stitches'
Quilt Show on Friday, October 26,
2007 from 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
and again on Saturday, October 27,
2007 from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
The show will be held at the Unit-
ed Methodist Church in Trenton with
additional displays at the First Baptist
Church. There is an admission dona-
tion. Please call 463-8804 for further
Thank-you for your consideration.
Ruth Davis; publicity
Springhouse Quilter's Guild

Springhouse Quilters'
Springhouse Quilters give begin-
ning quilting classes each year from
January to March. Approximately
10 classes are provided. Each class'
is designed to teach a specific tech-
nique with the students making 6 to
8 blocks, all different. The blocks
are assembled and made into a small
quilt. The teaching process gives the
beginner quilter most of the funda-
mental techniques needed to make
almost any type quilt desired after
finishing the classes. New members
joining Springhouse Quilt Guild,
are given the opportunity to take the
classes. To be eligible to take the
classes, a prospective member is re-
quested to pay the very nominal an-
nual dues. The classes are designed
for members with the hope that after
the classes end, the new member will
remain a part of Springhouse. Any-
one interested in joining Springhouse
.should contact Mary Rawlins at 493-
7401, or Lois Scott at 463-2207.
The quilt show time is fast ap-
proaching. It is scheduled for Octo-
ber 26th and 27th with check in and
registration at the Trenton United
Methodist Church. The First Bap-
tist Church fellowship hall directly
across the street is also being used
to hang those quilts that will not fit
into, the Methodist Church. Both fel-
lowship halls should be full of quilts,
demonstrations, door prizes and oth-
er quilting related items. If you have
failed to see any announcement about
the show, Springhouse invites you to
come visit the show and see how cre-
ative today's quilters can be.
Lois Scott, Publicity

Celebrate National
Wildlife Refuge Week at
Cedar Keys' Lighthouse
Lower Suwannee .and Cedjr Ke;. s
National Wildlife Retuges invite you
to join in the celebration of National
Wildlife Refuge Week. The historic
Cedar Keys Light Station on Sea-
horse Key opens its doors FREE
to' the public Saturday and Sunday,
October 20 & 21, from 9:30 a.m. to
5:00 p.m.
The lighthouse and the ancient
sand dune it was built upon are nor-
mally closed to the public in order to
protect the bird rookery. This Open-
house is the perfect opportunity to
connect with your Florida heritage,
observe the tranquil beauty of the
refuge island, and enjoy the activities
provided by our partners and volun-
teers. The Florida Lighthouse Asso-
ciation will be providing tours of the
refuge's historic facility. Research-
ers from the University of Florida
Marine Lab will staff displays and
touch-tank exhibits for the enjoyment
of young and old alike.
You must arrange your own trans-
portation. A boat is needed to reach
this offshore island; visitors may use
their own boat or contact group tours
that leave from Cedar Key City Ma-
rina. Contact Cedar Key Chamber of
Commerce for more information at
The lighthouse was originally built
in 1854 to assist with navigation into


Betty Dillon has just finished quilitng this printed "Double Wedding Ring."
They are all beautiful and make the work much easier as they don't have to
be pieced.

Log Cabin Quilters met on Thurs-
day October 11th at the Levy Co.
Quilt Museum. Two Log Cabin Quilt
tops were put together and quilting
will start. We thank the members who
put quilts together, it takes time and
patience to get them ready to quilt.
B.J. brought in a beautiful "Dresden
Plate" we hope she puts in the fair.
We enjoyed having Rainy Miller,
her husband, sister and friend, come
up from Crystal River. Rainy plays
the piano and if I could play like she
does, I'd never do anything else. She
also writes a lot of her music and we
look forward to her being with us in
the coming weeks.
We had a big load of clothes, dish-
es, books and what-have-you and we

the busy port of Cedar Key. Later,
it was' used as a detention center for
captives during the Second Semi-
nole War, then as a prison during the
Civil War. The light was decommis-
sioned in 1915. Seahorse Key and its
lighthouse; became part of the Cedar
Keys National Wildlife Refuge in
1939. Beginning in 1952, the light-
house was. leased to the University of
Florida as a marine laboratory for use
in research and education, and still
serves that purpose today.
So bring your camera and step onto
one of Cedar Keys National Wildlife
Refuge premier holdings. Shots from
the tower in the morning are spectac-
ular, railroad vine covers the beach
and wading birds seem to pose for the
camera. You don't want to miss this
S Both the Cedar Keys and Lower
Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge
are a part of the U.S. Fish and Wild-

are getting ready for our porch sale.
Through the year we have had so
much brought in and we never use it
all, so we need to get it cleaned out
and make room for more.
Nick Turner and six boys were out
Tuesday and we had a great day. We
got a strawberry patch planted, more
onions and broccoli planted, too. The
yard got mowed, rugs got washed and
so much more. Thank Yqu Lancaster.
Today was chicken day with po-
tatoes, cheese and macaroni, slaw,
peas, carrots cabbage, pea salad,
macaroni salad,; coconut and choco-
late pie, fruit cake and so much more.
15 members were present.
Winnelle Home, Director

life Service. We work with partners.,
to conserve, protect, and enhance,
fish, wildlife and plants and their
habitats for the continuing benefit
of the American people. The Service
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Poultry Seminar
There will be a Poultry Seminar on '
October 20, 2007 from 10:00 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds in Fan-
ning Springs. The guest speaker will'
be Cindy Kinard the Florida Poultry
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Mrs. Jane Buckner
Jane Buckner Erwin of Chiefland
passed away Monday, October 8,
2007 after a lengthy illness. She was
70 years old.
Mrs. Erwin was born to Leonard
and Gladys Buckner in 1937. She
was a Lee High School graduate and
active member in the initial graduat-
ing class at Jacksonville University.
After graduation, Jane had a long and
distinguishing career in the Duval,
Broward and retiring from Gilchrist
County School Systems after thirty
five years of service. Teaching and
counseling with the young adults,
assisting disabled citizens, and her
church were her passions in life.
She enjoyed family, fishing and her
continued correspondence with her
former students. Jane was an active
member of Turning Point Church in
Jane is preceded in death by her
husband, Louis T. Erwin, Sr. and her
sister, Lenouise Buckner.
Survivors include her two children,
Louis T. Erwin, Jr. (Sheila) of Craw-
fordville and Nancy Erwin of Fanning
Springs; a sister, Peggy Lu Allison
(Cecil) of Jacksonville; mother-in-
law, Amelia Erwin of Williston; sis-
ter-in-law, Margie Erwin Rawls (Jim)
of Perry; brothers-in-law, William
Wofford Erwin (Shirley) and Robert
Joseph Erwin (Eleanor) of Jackson-

ville; seven grandchildren, and thir-
teen nieces and nephews.
The family received friends at
Hiers-Baxley Funeral Service in
Chiefland on Friday, October 12th.
Funeral services were held at Hiers-
Baxley Funeral Services Chapel on
Saturday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Kent
Zimmermann officiating. Burial took
place at Ellzey Cemetery following
the service.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests memorial contributions be
made to Community Hospice at 5450
Ramona Blvd., Jacksonville, FL

Mrs. Hazel Sanders
Mrs. Hazel Sanders Meyle passed
away on Friday, October 12, 2007.
She was 71 years old.
Hazel was born in Gilchrist Coun-
ty on December 11, 1935. She moved
back to Gilchrist County in February
of 2007 from Pennsylvania. Hazel
was a homemaker and of the Baptist
She is survived by her daughter,
Terri (George) Kiriakidi of Pennsyl-
vania; three sons, Darren (Wendy)
Meyle,' Ricky Meyle and Ronnie
(Mary) Meyle all of Pennsylvania;
one sister, Charlene Sanders of Bell;
three brothers, Hugh (Avie Lou)
Sanders, Ray (Frances) Sanders and
Mike (Tammy) Sanders all of Bell;
and five grandchildren, Drake and
Tyler Meyle, Ronnie, Nichole and
Kyle Meyle.
Graveside service will be on Fri-

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day, October 19, 2007 at 11:00 a.m.
at Bell Cemetery with Reverend
Paul Watson conducting the service.
Arrangements are under the care of
Watson Funeral Home in Trenton.

Ms. Frances Corinne
Ms. Frances Corinne Moore,
slipped peacefully into God's loving
embrace on October 9, 2007, while
holding her beloved cousin Barby's
hand and listening to gospel music
softly playing. She was 64 years of
Corinne was a long-time resident
of Sunshiners Group Home in Wil-
liston, where she was a cherished
friend to the othdr residents and staff.
Prior to her retirement due to illness,
Corinne was a consumer at Levy
Association of Retarded Citizens
(LARC) in Otter Creek, where she
learned life skills, engaged in pro-
ductive work therapy, and socialized
with her many friends.
She was the granddaughter of early
South Miami settlers, and daughter
of the late Lucille Dowling Clark
and the late Carmel Moore. In addi-
tion to her Sunshiners Group Home
"family," Corinne is survived by her
sister Carmen McBrayer, two nieces
and a nephew, her adoring cousin and
pal Barbara Jean Powell, many other
loving cousins, and her dear friend
and support coordinator Ann Sliney,
of People Systems.
Corinne was blessed at birth with
a genuinely pure spirit, and was both
innocent and wise beyond measure.
She loved music and Southern-fried
cooking, and enchanted all she met
with her good humor and unique per-
spective of the world around her. Her
last weeks of life,. were contentedly
spent at Haven Hospice Care Center
in Chiefland where the entire staff be-
stowed dare, comfort, and love upon
her. For this kindness her family is
profoundly grateful.
She faithfully attended Archer
Church of the Nazarene and the
church's "Angels" Sunday school
class. A service in song and prayer
celebrating Corinne's extraordinary
life will take place on Sunday, Octo-
ber 21, 2007 following the church's
regular evening service which com-
mences at 6:00 p.m. at 13327 SW
State Road 45, Archer, FL.
Contributions in Frances Corinne
Moore's memory may be made to
Haven Hospice of the Tri-Counties,
.4200 NwV Oi0th BI %d, Gainesville, FL,
or to L.XRC, PF() Box .'n. O)icl Cicek.
FL, 3:o '. '

Sidney "Tighe" Laurest
Moore, III

Mr. Sidney "Tighe"
Laurest Moore, III
Mr. Sidney "Tighe" Laurest Moore,
III was born on November 18, 1955
in West Falouth, Massachusetts. He
passed away in Old Town, in Sep-
tember 2007 as a result of an accident
at the Old Town home of his sister,
Tina C. Tester (Paul) LaLonde. He
had homes in both Zurick, Switzer-
land and Osterville, Massachusetts.
Mr. Moore was taking a hiatus as a
computer technician while recuperat-
ing from a severely fractured ankle.
Mr. Moore served in the United'
States Coast Guard in the mid 1970s.
He then went on to work in the Prod-
uct Design Field and computer cor-
porate service most recently as a
network engineer at ABB KeyCom,
Switzerland. He succeeded in putting
through 252 patents in Europe also
with Econis AG, Switzerland; Tech-
nical Sales and Support, INDUCTA
AG, Switzerland; Sales marketing,
and technical support: Converse
Government Systems (ConverseInfo-
Sys) digital voice recording systems;
Laboratory Technician, Dow Europe
S.A, Switzerland to formulate and
test application lattices; as a comput-
er graphic designer for Cornm Partners
AG, Switzerland to formulate and
test for corporate presentation and
identify using primarily Freehand
graphics and Genigraphic software;
for HydrostressAG, Switzerland he
was Product Manager for new prod-
uct development, and adaptation of
American products to European stan-
dards and conversely sales and mar-
keting support; he did technical and
sales support for service level man-
agement tool "Vital Suite," network
management software, product of
Lucent Technologies.
He loved Old Town, its people,
and all of its natural beauty and ame-
nities. He was particularly fond of
Shired Island just off of the Suwan-
nee River. -He also enjoyed what he-
called- "Pro' idiin: the c ritertinnien1i
at the local pubs '. nih hi; solo Austra-
lian Fi,\ or d.iinc- .irid nhis melodi-
ous voice until 10:00 p.m. Then, he
would head to his bunk and then on
to help one of his many friends build
their home early the next morning be-
fore the Florida sun became too hot
to work in. After that he used to love
to sit on the back porch and watch the
multitude of boats go by, towed by
the biggest little trucks in America.
Old Town's simple, life kept him very
content. He was a great asset to the
North Central Assembly of Fine Art-
ists as their Volunteer computer tech-
nician.. He is a well known marine
artist of the Rockport and Cape Cod,
Massachusetts scene. In fact, Tighe
enjoyed art even at an early age; he
had a one-person art show at the age
of ten at the Franingham County Li-
He is survived by his mother, Bar-
bara C.R. Moore of Old Town and
Osterville, Massachusetts; a brother,
. Barnstable Police Officer, Anson
Palmer Moore (Magdalena) of Ma-
shee, Massachusetts; sisters, Anne
Laurest and Amy Katherine Moore
of Napa, California, Tina C. Tester
(Paul) LaLonde of Old Town and
Amherst, Massachusetts and Mar-
garet A. Tester (Jerry) Goldberg of
Palm Beach and Edwards, Colorado.
Memorial services are scheduled
to be held at Hinton Landing, Old
Town; and a Military Salute at the
Putnam Avenue Grave site of Carl-
son/Moore, Cotuit, Massachusetts,

Every person, all the events of your
life are there because you have drawn
them there. What you choose to do
with them is up to you.
Richard Bach

Mrs. Mary Maude
Mrs. Mary Maude Mosier of Stein-
hatchee passed away on Saturday,
October 13, 2007 at Haven Hospice
of Tri Counties in Chiefland. She was
74 years old.
Mrs. Mosier moved to Steinhatchee
in 2002 from Melbourne. She was a
member of the American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 291, where she held
the office of Sergeant-at-Arms.
She is preceded in death by her
son, Richard Mosier.
She is survived by her husband,
Bill Mosier of Steinhatchee; her
daughters, Debbie (Brett) Baker of
Palm Bay, Treresa (Don) Hyatt of
Ocala and Karen (Larry) Tidwell of
Steinhatchee; brothers, Pete Wilson
and R.J. Wilson both of Elizabethton,
Tennessee; four grandsons and one
Funeral Services were held Tues-
day, October 16, 2007 at 7 p.m. at
the Rick Gooding Funeral Home in
Cross City with Rev. Ron Coward of-
ficiating. A visitation was held prior
to services. In lieu of flowers the fam-
ily requests that donations be made to
Haven Hospice of the Tri Counites,
311 NE 9th Street, Chiefland, Florida
32626, (352)493-9898.
Arrangements were placed under
the care of the Rick Gooding Funeral
Home in Cross City.

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Card Of Thanks
We would like to say thank you to
all our friends for the food, flowers,
phone calls, cards and especially the
prayers during the'loss of our loved
Jimmy Summers and family

Card Of Thanks
We wish to thank everyone in the
community for the overwhelming
support that we received during the
loss of our son, Brandon. The cards,
telephone calls and visits were appre-
ciated more than we can express.
Donald and Susan Thorsen
and Chana Gilbert

Free computer
There will be two workshops on
October 26th, 2007 at the Gilchrist
County Public Library, Introduction
tot he Internet and Microsoft Excel.
These free workshops are designed
for the beginner computer user. Class
size is limited so call (352)463-3176
or stop by the library to register. In-
troduction to Internet will begin at 10
a.m. and go until 12 p.m. Microsoft
Excel will start at 1 p.m. and end at
2 p.m.

Children are the bridge to heaven.
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Under, and by virtue of the power
vested in me as Mayor of the Town of
Bell on Tuesday, December 4, 2007, for
the purpose of electing officers to serve
as follows:
(a) Group 1: Town Council Member
Seat, two (2) year term, currently held
by Iris Roberts;
(b) Group 2: Town Council Member
Seat, two (2) year term, currently held
by Ray Sanders;
(c) Town Clerk: Two (2) year term,
office currently held by Interim Town
Clerk, Tammy E. Jones.
The election shall be held at Bell Com-
munity Center, 1180 NE Main Street,
Bell, Florida and the polls shall be open
at 7 a.m. on said day and shall close at 7
p.m. on the same day.
The date for the run-off election,
should it be required, will be on Tuesday,
December 18, 2007.
Candidates for office must be residents
of the Town of Bell, and qualified elec-
tors. The qualification period for candida-
cy for this election is from Monday, Oc-
tober 29,2007 through Friday, November
2, 2007 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. each day, at the office of the Super-
visor Of Elections for Gilchrist County at
the Gilchrist County Courthouse, Tren-
ton, Florida.
Given under my hand and the official
seal of the Town of Bell, Florida this 28th
day of September 2007.
Darryl A. Bryan
Pub. October 4,11,18,25, 2007.

Under, and by virtue of the power vest-
ed in me as Mayor-Commissioner of the
City of Trenton, Florida, the regular gen-
eral election is hereby called to be held in
the City of Trenton on Tuesday, Decem-
ber 4. 2007, for the purpose of electing
officers to serve as follows:
(a) Mayor-Commissioner, two (2)
year term, seat currently held by C.A.

"Pete" Randolph;
(b) Group 1: City Commissioner, two
(2) year term, seat currently held by Ar-
lene Wilks;
The election shall be held at Trenton
City Hall. 114 North Main Street, Tren-
ton. Florida and the polls shall be open at
7:00 a.m. on said day and shall close at
7:00 p.m. on the same day.
The date for the run-off election,
should it be required, will be on Tuesday,
December 18, 2007.
Candidates for office must be residents
of the City of Trenton, and qualified elec-
tors. The qualification period for candi-
dacy for this election is Monday, Octo-
ber 29. 2007 through Friday, November
2 2007 at the office of the Supervisor
of Elections for Gilchrist County, at the
Gilchrist County Courthouse, Trenton,
Given under my hand and the official
seal of the City of Trenton, Florida, this
4th day of October, 2007.
C.A. Pete Randolph,
Jered Ottenwess
Clerk/City Manager
Pub.October 11, 18 ,25, 2007b.

Public Notice
Notice is hereby given the City Council
of the City of Fanning Springs will meet
in a special meeting on Tuesday, October
23, 2007 at 1:00 p.m. in the City Hall As-
sembly Room at 17651 NW 90th Court.
The Agenda is:
1. Service Area
Pursuant to Florida Statutes 286.01105
that if a person decides to appeal any
decision made by the City Council with
respect to any matter considered at such
meeting he/she may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings is
made. Which record includes the testimo-
ny and evidence upon which the appeal is
to be based.
DATED this 15th day of October 2007.
By Sheila Watson, City Clerk, City of
Fanning Springs, Florida.
Pub. October 18, 2007b.

Gilchrist County
Land Transactions
John Min Ayers III to Joseph Law-
ton Deenr, Jr. and Julianne Deen, war-
ranty deed, $107,000.00.
Buryl Johnson and Jean Johnson to

Douglas Allen Johnson and Lisa L.
Johnson, quit claim deed, $10.00.
Gordon Francis Baker to Pickard
Family Limited Partnership, warran-
ty deed, $10.00, Lot 4 Unit 2 Mill-
hopper Estates.
Reginald James Castor and Nancy
Anni Castor to Reginald James Cas-
tor and Nancy Anne Castor, statutory
warranty deed, $10.00, Campsites
No. 146,147, and 148 of Unit One of
Waccasassa Campsites.
Nace Hopple, Jr. to Nace Hopple,
Jr. and the Nace Hopple, Jr. Living
Trust, warranty deed, $10.00.
Loretta. J. Lyell to Forrest Melvin
Lyell, quit claim deed, $10.00.
Donald Frankenfield and Diane
Frankenfield to Kirk Bobleter and
Natalie Bobleter, warranty deed,
Leroy F. Snider and Carolyn Sue
Snider to Ronald Lee Spears and
Katherine Faye Spears, warranty
deed, $10.00, Lot 4 Suwannee-Gil
Farms Unit 3.
Robert P. Drake to Robert P. Calla-
han and Trena D. Callahan, warranty
deed, $12,795.00, Lot 12 Millhopper
Harold A. Johnson to Norma
Jean Plemmons, warranty deed,
$15,000.00, Lot 21 of The Lakes.
Deborah Selph to Dwayne S.
Selph, quit claim deed, $10.00.
Debra Lynn Taylor to Carol Ellen
Anderson, quit claim deed, $10.00,
Lot 2 of Turkey Trail.
Debra Lynn Taylor to David Jason
Taylor, quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot 4
of Turkey Trail.
Debra Lynn Taylor to Karen Ann
Heaton, quit claim deed, $10.00, Lot
3 of Turkey Trail.
Juan C. Gamboa and Jennifer L.
Gamboa to Lester Spielman and Amy
Spielman, corrective warranty deed,
Alton 0. Douglass and Leonard A.
Douglass to Leonard A. Douglass,
special warranty deed, $10.00.1
Joseph W. Gilliam, Clerk of Court,
Alex Hudson, and Sherry Hudson to
Wachovia Bank, certificate of title,
$10.00, Lot 202 Waccananna Camp-
sites Unit 1.

Connie Wheeler and Peggy Libby
to Connie Wheeler, quit claim deed,
$10.00, Lot 11 Block 13 Suwannee
River Estates North.
Suwannee River Springs, Inc.
to Dean A. Adams,' warranty deed,
$100.00, Lot 5 and 6 Block 7 Suwan-
nee River Estates South.
Floyd Tyler and Helen Tyler
to Craig Ruede, warranty deed,
$71,415.00, Lots 92 and 93 Ayers
Stephen K. Sasser and Margaret
Ella Sasser to Coy W. Faught and Jo
Anne Faught, general warranty deed,
Bradland Investments, Inc. to Napa
Auto Parts, LLC, corporate warranty
deed, $10.00, Lot 1 of Trenton 26

From The Desk Of
Gilchrist County Sheriff
David P. Turner
Weekly Sheriff's Report For Week
October 15, 2007
On October 8, 2007, Brain M. Jor-
dan, 2/3/89, was arrested on charges
of FTA/Possession of Marijuana un-
der 20 Grams, FTA/Possession of Al-
cohol under the age of 21 and FTA/
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
On October 8, 2007, Cheyenne
R. Barkley, 8/6/66, was arrested on
charges of Felony Criminal Mischief
and Grand Theft.
On October 10, 2007, Camron T.
Cross, 9/30/89, was arrested on the
charge of Aggravated Stalking.
On October 10, 2007, Bryan M.
Jewel, 10/4/77, was arrested on a
Writ of Bodily Attachment.
On October 10, 2007, Judson H.
Kern, 9/16/75, was arrested on the
charge of Writ of Bodily Attachment/
Child Support.
On October 11, 2007, Seth .L.
Forster, 4/9/88, was arrested on the
charge of False Report to Law En-
forcement Officer.
On October 11, 2007, a 'Juvenile
was arrested on the charge of Resist

Arrest with Violence.
On October 11, 2007, a Juvenile
was arrested on charges of Aggravat-
ed Battery on a School Official and
Disruption of School Function.
On October 11, 2007, Wendy N.
Hodges, 12/13/74, was arrested on
charges of False Report to Law En-
forcement Officer and Introduction
of Contraband Drug Paraphernalia
into a County Facility.
On October 12, 2007, Thomas H.
Richardson, 6/16/77, was arrested on
two charges of Failure to Appear out
of Alachua County and a Gilchrist
County Warrant with the charge of
Battery/Domestic Violence.
On October 12, 2007, Kara Mc-
Quiston, 7/11/86, was arrested on the
charge of VOP/Worthless Checks.
On October 12, 2007, Kelly J.
Downing, 7/10/68, was arrested on
the charge of DUI.
On October 13, 2007, Benjy D.
Lamb, 1/31/73, was arrested on the
charge of DUI.
On October 13, 2007, Harvey T.
Rodovich, 5/15/60, was arrested on
charges of DWLSR/Knowingly and
On October 14, 2007, David W.
Nobles, 12/13/85, was arrested on
four counts of Battery/Domestic Vio-

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7am 10:30am
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1/2 mile north of Fanning Springs on SR-26
For more info call: 352-542-9284

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Ayypications can be pickecdup at T'renton & 'BeffSchools,
'Daycares, gi(christ County journalor
by contacting 'Ronda dkins, Ayril Aiins, or
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Applications are to be turned in by
'Monday, October 29, 2007
to 'Roncda Adk'ins, (April(Akins, or WKrista 'Perryman
at 'TES, or Gqilchrist County Journal
Admission is $2.00

Garage Sale by Jennings
Lake Cemetery Group
The group will meet on October 20,
2007 at Akins Grill at 6 p.m. Among
other things they will be planning a
garage sale for November 1st, 2nd
and 3rd. The sale will be at the Bell
Community Center on Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday. Anyone interested
in helping please try to be at the Oc-
tober 20th meeting. If you cannot be
at the meeting then please consider
assisting with the sale on November
1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Also, anyone wishing to donate
anything to the sale please see the
following people, Lorin Bass, Ann
Bass, Emma Gay, Margaret Roberts,
George Jones, Katherine Jones, Ray
Cannon, Dell Cannon, Arnette. Can-
non, Murph Everett, Midge Everett,
Evelyn Green, Leroy Sapp, Pat Sapp,
Diane Zimmerman, Leo Sanchez,
Betty Pope and Brent Williamson.
After the garage sale the group will
not meet again until January 26,2008
at 6 p.m. at Akins Grill.
Respectfully Submitted by,
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kitchen & dining area (and breakfast nook), and lots more, with paved frontage within 2 miles of town...$295,000 (each).
DIXIE CO. BRICK HOME ON HIGH RIVER BLUFF: 3 BR/3 BA: Over 165' river frontage, with tremendous views of the Suwannee River, at this
Old Town property (located right by US-19). Has over 1,700 inside sqft. of comfort, includes spacious; BRs, full-service kitchen & more. Outer features
include built seawalls, attached river deck & dock, 26x48 detached garage/workshop & more...Priced below appraised value...$454,900.
OLD TOWN RIVER-AREA HOME & J+ LANDSCAPED ACRE: 3 BR/2.5 BA: Well-built two-level CB home, on neatly kept 1.06-acre property,
located within stone's throw of the Suwannee & Nature Coast Trail/Bridge (includes S/Ds private boat entry). Over 2700 inside sqft. of comfort, with
16x36 attached covered patio deck (w/hbt.tub); also has bonus rooms, 20x24 work bldg., and more--call office for Jean/Jim for details...$265,000.
WELL-BUILT HOME AT NICE TRENTON NEIGHBORHOOD: 3 BR/2 BA: Over 1900 sqft. of living space, for this remodeled, frame/CB home, on
landscaped 110xl50 tract in town. Has spacious living room/dining area,.bonus room w/fireplace, full kitchen (includes china cabinetry), 2-car garage &
lots more...$179,900.
COUNTRY. COTTAGE ON WOODED ACREAGE: 2 BR/2 BA: This. property would make a great weekend retreat, a 3.97-acre tract with paved
frontage North of Bell (also within short drive to river boat dock), with frame-built cabin & more; home placed behind wooded front to allow for some
privacy--call Barbara/office for full details...Owners have priced to sell...$144,900.
'CRACKER' FRAME HOME ON TREED LOT IN TOWN: 3 BR/2 BA: Frame-built home, on spacious 115x164 tract, in NE Trenton. Owners have
priced to sell, in 'as is' condition, and home has wood floors, bonus room & attached carport, storage outbuilding & more...excellent 'fixer-upper'
opportunity for handyperson...$105,000.
NICELY-KEPT 'CRACKER' HOME NEAR DOWNTOWN TRENTON: 2 BR/1 BA: Recently upgraded frame-built home at quiet neighborhood on
comer tract, with new cabinetry, counters & appliances in kitchen, new carpet over original wood flooring, and lots more...Priced to Sell...$79,900.
OWNER-FINANCE POSSIBLE, FOR M/HOME w/ACREAGE NEAR BELL: Two separate Manufactured Homes, each on 5-acre wooded tracts near
CR-340, and Owner will consider financing, pending credit check (w/following minimum terms: 20% down pymt., 9.5% yearly interest & 10-20 year loan
term)--call or email our office for all details...$114,900 (each).
WELL-KEPT, SPACIOUS M/HOME NEAR FANNING: 3 BR/2 BA: 1990 24x58 Manufactured on open 100x300 tract, with paved frontage along
CR-346A (close to US-19). Has roomy living, family & dining rooms, lots of cabinetry in kitchen & more. Owner will cc.'i fi ,rf ..o w/minimum
terms: 20% down payment, 9.5% yearly interest rate, 15-20 yr. term--call/email office for the details...$78,900.
back-to-nature location close to Fanning Springs, with great future investment of over 25 acres in panted pine. Spacious 27x76 Manufactured needs some
'TLC'--property also has 4-vehicle carport, 20x20 pole barn (w/electric) and more. Call or.email to Babara of Jean for further property info...$234,900.
Just Reduced (From $74,000)--SPACIOUS HOME & LANDSCAPED TRACT IN TRENTON: 3 BR/2 BA: Well-kept 28x56 M/Home, with two
large attached screened porches & 2-wide carport, on 115x120 property at Ayers Estates. Inside has roomy BR's & lots of closet space, large living room,
full kitchen...$69,995.
10 WOODED ACRES, PRIVATE HOME-SITE & MORE NEAR BELL: 3 BR/2 BA: Spacious 27x60 Manufactured Home, located on a
natural-woods 10-acre tract (including a spring), with paved road frontage near Bell & theSuwannee River. Has attached bonus room, large screened porch,.
24x48 metal barn (w/office, RV parking), and more...$224,900.
REDUCED (From $265,000)--SPACIOUS M/HOME, HORSE BARN, 11 ACRES & MORE: 4 BR/2 BA: Plenty of room to spread out, with
fully-fenced 11.34-acres.(2 side-by-side tracts), roomy 27x70 2002 Manufactured Home, 33x33 metal barn (with 4 horse stalls/tack-room), all located in
East Gilchrist Co., within short drive to Gainesville/Alachua Co.--Owners motivated, say bring offers...$219,900.
WOODED ACREAGE & NICE M/HOME NEAR RIVER: 3 BR/2 BA: A spacious 28x76 2001 Manufactured Home, on wooded/secluded 9.4-acres,
within one mile of Wannee boat ramp. Over 2,000 inside sqft. of comfort, including full living, dining, family/game rooms, outbuildings & more; call or
email Barbara/office for details...$179,900.
LARGE D/WIDE MIHOME ON 5 LANDSCAPED ACRES: 3 BR/2 BA: Wooded country acreage, good location close to CR-337 & SR-26 in east
Gilchrist. Has well-kept 27x60 Manufactured (with wood deck/porch & 15x30 metal barn), along with nice mix of pine & oak, dug-in pond & more on
fenced tract...$159,900.
5 PASTURE ACRES & HOME-SITE NEAR FANNING SPRINGS: 4 BR/2'BA: Would make a fine horse/home property, for this 5-acre fenced tract
along paved County Line Rd., with 14x52 Home, and newly built 24x24 frame addition. Property also has wrap-around porch and lots more...$149,900.
NEAT/CLEAN M/HOME ON 5 ACRES NEAR TRENTON/SR-26: 2 BR/2 BA: Spacious 2000 16x66 split-plan manufactured, located on mostly-open
5-acre tract just East of town, with seclusion at road cul-de-sac. Has full kitchen/dining area, large living room, workshop bldg., fenced 1/2-acre animal pen
& more...priced to sell...$119,900. .
WELL-KEPT M/HOME & 2+ ACRES NEAR BELL: 2 BR/2 BA: Neat & clean 16x76 2000 Manufactured home, on a landscaped, rolling 2.13-acre
tract, close to Bell schools. Has spacious split-plan format; with garden tub/separate shower for Main bath, full-appliance kitchen, attached screened
porch/deck & lots more... Owner is ready to sell...$97,900.
REDUCED (From $82,500)--5.5 WOODED ACRES, NEAR WACCASASSA LAKE: 3 BR/1 BA: Wooded, secluded property, close to SR-26 for
quick drive into Gainesville. Manufactured Home being sold in 'as is' condition; property also has pole barnm & outbuildings. Owner motivated...$77,900.
PROPERTY PRICED TO SELL--M/HOME AT AYERS ESTATES: 3 BR/2 BA: Affordably-priced being sold in 'as is' condition, the 26x50
Manufactured (w/metal-garage addition) is on landscaped tract in town, call or e-mail for full details...$64,900.
44 ACRES--PAVED FRONT, IN EAST GILCHRIST: Quality larger acreage tract, a nice mix of woods & pasture. Also has frontage along CR-337, with
well, fencing/gates...$499,900.
SUWANNEE RIVERFRONT TRACTS FOR SALE: Two separate unspoiled 5+ acre tracts available, wooded properties each with at least 200' frontage
along the Suwannee, both located at Shady Bend Air Park S/D near Bell. Call/email our office, for full property details...5.06-acres for $169,900;
6.28-acres for $249,900.
20 ACRES--DIXIE CO. WOODED TRACT, PAVED FRONTAGE: A naturally-wooded tract, with road frontage along 2 sides (along Spillers Hwy.), so
potential for multiple home-sites; also next to county park near Old Town...$220,000.
10-or-20 ACRES--WOODED, PRIVATE ACREAGE NEAR BELL: A 20-acre tract, a wooded property near Bell. Owner will consider splitting to two
10-acre tracts--call/email Barbara for the details...$160,000 (20 acres)/$89,500 (10 acres)
5-ACRE TRACTS AVAILABLE: Seven separate properties available, throughout the Gilchrist & North Levy Co. area--each ready for new home-site,
some with paved front, check with office for all the locations...tract prices start from $49,900/those with improvements start at $69,900.
LOTS TO HALF-TO ONE-ACRE TRACTS--We have a variety of city lots & half-acre to one-acre tracts available, all located in the Gilchrist/Levy
County area-check with our office for the full details/locations...1/2 acre-sized start from $9,900, acre tracts start from $19,900; Two city lots for
You can call our agents after regular business hours, for more information on any of our listings,
at the main office number above, or at our agents' cell numbers below:


Jim or Jean Troke
(386) 935-3357

Paul Troke
(352) 221-2999

Barbara Mayo
(352) 222-0427

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1998 FORD EXPLORER CLEAN $500 DOWN .......'5,900
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1998 DODGE RAM HIGH TOPPER V8 LOADED ....... '6,900
1990 FORD F350 RC FLATBED WITH DUMP DIESEL ........'7,900
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2000 FORD WINDSTAR V6 LOW MILES ....... '8,900
2002 CHEVROLET S-10 CLEAN $750 DOWN *...... 8,900
1997 CHRYSLER SEBRING LXI LEATHER ...........'8,900
2000 FORD EXPLORER XLS CLEAN ................ 8,900
2002 NISSAN PATHFINDER EXTRA CLEAN .......... '9,900
2002 FORD RANGER SC AUTO V6 ........ 10900
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2000 FORD 1560 SC 4X4 V8 .........'........... 10,900
2004 FORD TAURUS LOW MILES ................. '11,900
2008 FORD TAURUS ............... ..... 11,995
1999 FORD FI50 SC AUTO V8 ................... 12,900
2004 FORD FP50 SC XLT AUTO .................. '13,900
2004 DODGE 1500 CREW CAB SLT .............. 13,90
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Elementary Education., Must meet
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Maintenance Worker Journey Level
District Wide
High School Diploma or equivalent.
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room, owner's suite with jetted tub and
separate shower, front and back covered
patios and more. Includes granite counters,
laminate wood flooring and ceramic tile
throughout. Walking distance to A Rated
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roof!! All appliances included laminate
wood flooring, ceramic tile. Open floor
plan, owner's suite has jetted tub and
separate shower. Covered front patio.
Walking distance to A Rated schools -
Sure to please!! $155,900 MLS #756609

Jim King Realty, Inc.
Main Office (352) 493-2221
315 N. Main Street (US-1.9), Chiefland, FL 32626
Fanning Springs Branch Office (352) 463-6144 or 542-0009
17871 U.S. Hwy. 19, Fanning Springs, FL 32693
Suwannee Branch Office (352) 542-9007
23382 SE 349 Hwy., Suwannee, FL 32692
office@jimkingrealty.com or www.jimkingrealty.com REALTOR*

This 2 bedroom, 2 bath, beautiful place in the Lovely 2bd/2ba Block Home on 1 Acre. This
country. Quiet, peaceful, but only one mile to home has an attached carport, garden area,
public boat ramp on the Suwannee and one screened porch, shed, pecan, cedar, and citrus
mile to the golf course and five miles to trees. Conveniently located to Trenton,
Walmart. $89,500. (LR-753661-RH) 493- Gainesville, & Chiefland. $150,,000 (GR-
2221 756257-JW) 463-6144

BEAUTIFUL, UPSCALE Suwannee River Beautiful and modem 3/2 home in a great
Canal Home. This exquisite 3 'BR, 2.5 BA split location, convient to everywhere. The lawn is
floor plan home, w/bonus room is in perfect beautifully landscaped, the gourmet kitchen is
condition with too many amenities to list, and inviting & the rooms are large and comfort-
it is just minutes from relaxing on the able. $259,500. (LR-755305-RH) 493-2221
Suwannee River or fishing in the Gulf!
$675,000. (DW-753500-JW) 463-6144

This 4 Br. 2 Ba. Triple wide Home on 15
beautiful acres in pasture. Ready for Horses or
Unique Suwannee River Home 2 bedroom, Cattle. Property is just off paved road on
loft, 2 bath stilt home. Large covered porches private lane. Very convenient approx. 3 mile.
offer beautiful view of the River. Come enjoy North of Hwy. 26. Property Features New AC
the peaceful serenity the Suwannee River has to unit, large screen porch, 4 car carport and other
offer. Priced to sell. $395,000. (GW-755516-D) out buildings. RV hookup and more.
493-2221 $237,500.00 (GMH-757050-K) 493-2221



Help Wanted
Bus Driver Trainees;
Substitute Bus Drivers.
High School Diploma. 40 hours of in-
service training will be provided for
qualified applicants. Flexible training
hours. Part of the training prepares
trainees for the driver portion of the
Class B Florida CDL. For information
or questions, contact the Transportation
Department at (352) 463-3230.
Highly Qualified
Substitute Teacher Pool
We are accepting applications for our
Highly Qualified Substitute
Teacher Pool. Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree or higher with a
current or former Florida teaching
certificate in a core subject area. Once
approved, highly qualified substitutes
would be eligible for substituting at $130
a day in pre-approved situations where
there is a long-term absence in a core

subject area. All other daily substituting
would be at current daily rates. Contact
the District Office for an application and
more information.
Obtain and submit application to:
Gilchrist County School District,
310 NW lth Avenue,
Trenton, FL 32693
(352) 463-3200.
Application may be downloaded at:
Attach a resume and any
additional information as
necessary. All applications will
be screened. Not all applicants
will be interviewed.
Applications will be accepted
until positions are filled.
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7tb, 10-18-11-29
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neighborhood, $900/month. (352) 226-
8240, 538-5337.
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side pets-only. NO SMOKING. $1,000,
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wooded, high & dry, owner financing, no
down payment, only $359/mo. $34,900.
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in 2006 in nice community located close to Newberry & Gainesville.
Low Gilchrist Co. taxes. Perfect for first time buyer or newlyweds. Call
William Gillespie, 352-225-1921. $79,900. #280144
ONE ACRE CORNER LOT with concrete block home in Bell. Nice
in-ground pool, 1024 Sq. Ft. workshop, detached garage, new kitchen
& appliances, fireplace, screened-in back patio & fenced-in yard. A
must see! Call Deena Erickson-Klacko, 494-2404. $195,000. #272810
vintage pool home located on 2 lots in Trenton (IRes & 1 Com) was
completely renovated. Gracefully landscaped with fruit trees, roses &
flower beds. Irrig. Sys. & green house included. Call Isabel Smith,
352-318-7829 or Tony Boothby, 352-262-1159. $235,000. #283479
WANT ACREAGE? 23.88 fenced acres with lovely trees & Ag.
Exemption close to springs & rivers. 1994 singlewide included.
Convenient location. Call Tony Boothby, 352-262-1159 or Isabel
Smith, 352-318-7829. $250,000. #275146, 275147
LOCATION, LOCATION, is the truth for this beautiful river-front
home on the Santa Fe River. 2337 Sq. Ft, 3BR, 2BA home sits on a hill
looking over the river & a nice pastured backyard. There is a boat
ramp, dock, patio & much more. This is a must see! Call Deena
Erickson-Klacko, 352-494-2404. $428,500. #282109
36 ACRES with approx. 1600 Ft. on the beautiful Suwannee River. 666
Ft. on county road. Beautiful Oaks adorn this pastureland. Lg Cypress
& hardwoods are in the heavy wooded area towards the Riverfront,
with your own private pond. 2nd homesite available. Call Martha
Barnes, 352-339-4069. $675,000. #283816
restricted community. Twenty-seven 1.5 to 2.5 acre lots w/
underground power. Only a short drive to Chiefland or Gainesville.
Call Perry McDonald today, 352-278-0310. Starting at $50,000 to
$79,000. #277792







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walk-inclosets. MLS#751687 $105,000 pumpshed & more. MLS#756374 $475,000 MLS#756112 $82,000

3BI/2BA 2005 DWMH with poured concrete footer on 3.28 WOWI Expansive Suwannee River 3BR/3BAHome with 2652 sf, UPGRADED 4BR/2BA Fleetwood home w/l2280 sf. Beautiful
acres.34x36 workshop, full length porch with concrete floor, tree tall ceilings, brick fireplace, pinewood trim and wainscot, 7 sliding scenic setting, paved road/comer lot. 45'x 60' barn, landscaped.,
house and fenced & cross-fenced, glass doors overlooking the river & huge living room for Home on 5 acres for $210,000 or on 9,5 acres for $275,000 MLS#
MLS#754487 $149,941 entertaining. Plus morell MLS#756164 $375,000 756440

Very nice 3BR/2BA doublewide mobile home on 1.32 acresjust 3BR/2BA 1620 sq.ft. Fleetwood DWMH situated on nicely treed I Attn: Hose LoversI 3BR/2BA 1240 Sq.ft. home on fenced &
south of Bell. Home features front & back deck, fireplace, formal acre lot. Island kitchen, separate LR & Fpg Extra large master bath & cross fenced 5 acres. SS appliances, term cotta tile & new
dining room, large bonus room & utility shed. Mostly cleared with walk-in closet & brand new front deck. MLS#756348 $93,000 carpeting, large screened back porch, 2 stall horse bam. Less
scattered oaks. MLS#756385 $88,000 than mile to both Suwannee & Santa Fe Rivers. MLS#
753224 $225,000

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situated on very nice 5 acre parcel. Many upgrades: tape & texture equestrian training facility or bed & breakfast are just few of the area, front & side porches, hardwood flooring & 2 car garage. S/D
walls, arched doorways, French doors & more MLES 752967 many possibilities. Both homes are beautiful and the land is amenities to include, club house, community pool, & walking trails.
$159,000 Available on 12 Acres for $199,900 breathtaking with large oaks and board fencing, MLS#756830 MLS# 753902 $199,900


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.i October 26 and 27, 2007

Hosted by:

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We greatly appreciate the use of these
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"Loving Stitches" Quilt Show
Presented by: Springhouse Quilters' Guild, Trenton, FL


October 26 and 27, 2007

Time: Friday 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday 9 am to 3 pm

First United Methodist Church
203 N. E. Second Street
Trenton, FL 32693
(Go to Methodist church to enter show.
Additional displays in Baptist church across the street.)



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.19 acre tract, City limits of
Trenton. Great rental
investment property.

2 Homes for the price of 1!
Features 4/3, spacious living,
brick fireplace, FL room, all on
3.5 acres. Additional 2/1.5

WATERFRONT! 3BR/2BA, floating
dock, seawall, .73 ac., 1,300 sq ft,
paved driveway, fenced, homes only.
Call Terri Anderson 352-356-1961.

.11 ac Suwannee
.14 ac Suwannee
.18 ac River Walk
.18 ac Trenton
.22 ac Trenton
.30 ac Chiefland
.42 ac Trenton
.58 ac Trenton
.70 ac Trenton
.82 ac Chiefland
.94 ac Old Town
I ac Bell

1.14 ac Trenton
1.25 ac Fanning
1.80 ac Trenton
1.8 ac Trenton
1.8 ac Trenton
1.81 ac Trenton
1.83 ac Trenton
1.85 ac Trenton
2 ac Bell
2 ac Trenton
2 ac Trenton
2.04 ac Trenton
2.21 ac Trenton


2.21 ac Trenton
2.22 ac Trenton
2.29 ac Trenton
2.3 ac Trenton
2.44 ac Old Town
2.45 ac Trenton
2.92 ac Old Town
3 ac Old Town
4 ac Chiefland
4.31 ac Bell
4.45 ac Bell
4.54 ac Trenton
4.71 ac Trenton

3BR/2BA SWMH, 1,216 sq ft,
2.04 ac., well maintained, deed'
restricted, 16x16 storage shed,
garden tub w/his & her sinks.

2BR/1.5BA Cracker style home,
.31 acres fenced, storage shed,
screened in back porch,
Ig Oak trees.

3BR/2BADWMH, 1,456 sq ft, 10.01
acres, fenced, log fireplace,
MOTIVATED Sellers!! Call Rebecca
Woodin 352-494-8233.


4.77 ac Bell
4.82 ac Trenton
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5 ac Trenton
5 ac Trenton
5 ac Bell
5 ac Trenton
5 ac Bell
5 ac Bell
5 ac Bell
5 ac Chiefland
5.04 acres, Bell
6.07 ac Trenton

Deed restricted community! 3/2
concrete block home on 3.57 ac,
features 20x24 carport w/attached
workshop. Home is 1,378 sq ft, built
in 2001.

kept 3/1 block home situated
on.23 ac (mol). .

3BR/2BA, .34 acre, 1,500 sq ft,
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separate pantry. Call Jonl Reed



6.08 ac Trenton -
7.72 ac Chiefland
8 ac Trenton
9.14 ac Bell
9.63 ac Bell
9.63 ac Chiefland
9.65 ac Old Town
9.7 ac Trenton
9.88 ac Chiefland
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10 ac Chiefland
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3BR/2BA, 1, 150 sqft,
.48. acre in City of Trenton.

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2 Brand New 3/2 DWMH. 1,056
sq ft, .28 ac, split floor plan,
upgraded, sliding glass door,
glamour tub.

3BR/2BA, 2003 DWMH on 5 acres,
2,340 sq ft. upgraded amenities galore,
stainless steel appl., hardwood floors,
so much more! Call Lisa Baxter
10 ac Bell $127,500
10 ac Trenton $139,900
10.06 ac Old Town $120,000
10.8 ac Inglis $175,000
13.76 ac Chiefland 79,900
14.97 ac Bell $131,250

20 ac Bell $160,000
20 ac Bell $255,000
20 ac Bell $259,000
25 ac Trenton $380,000
25 ac Trenton $275,000
29.94 ac Bell $262,500

4BR/3BA home on 10 acres, new
kitchen cabinets, granite countertops,
flooring, new plumbing & electrical
work. Feels like a new home.

2BR/2BA, 780 sq ft, freshwater
canal, new metal roof, partially
furnished, concrete driveway,
deck, boat dock, metal seawall.
Call Jack Schofill 352-214-8108

30 ac Trenton
31.33 ac Chiefland
43.7 ac Trenton
57.37 ac Chiefland
68.49 ac Trenton
80 ac Chiefland
100 ac Trenton
105.08 ac Chiefland
152 ac Trenton
154 ac Bell
160 ac Trenton
160 ac Trenton


Contact: Ruth Davis (352)463-8804

for show info and registration.


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Continued from page 1
ribbon at the Gainesville quilt show
which was held in July.
What started out as a hobby has
now turned into a cottage industry for
Joan. Her fairly new business is call
Sew Artfully Quilted and on any giv-
en month she machine quilts 20 or so
quilt tops made by clients. Her busi-
ness has tripled in the last year and

she hopes to add additional clients
in the future. Joan said, "The more
quilts I quilt the better I become and
I could not be the professional quilter
I am today without my first clients
who trusted me .with their quilt tops."
Joan only makes three to four quilts
in a year and her favorite part of the
process is designing the quilts, pick-
ing out fabric and machine quilting
the finished quilt tops. She said many

.Atte a1 brief disc.,-itin the om-n
iissioiiers agieed with the theorN
of the memorial park and agreed to
help lund it posstbl uLsing Com-
inimnu, Rede'.elopmernt funds. The
Cit,, Comunissioners asked NlIc-
Queen to \ isit their mreetni ,gatn
". hen additional plans are made and
a dra. ing of the site is ,.. a-ilable.
The tenmpoliar\ permit for a haunt-
ed house that is planned for Hal-
lv, een \-eek also came into qLies-
.tin at the. meeting. Angel \Villiams
represented a group of citizens \~ ho
hat;e been behind this local e\ent
for ithe past S \ears 1i the Cit\ of
Tienton. If the permit is issued the
haunted house e. ent '. ill be held on
the piopert\ next to Trenton Medi-

\outth to to for Hallo\ een.
One of the agenda items \\as a
notice from Waste-Pro requesting
an increase in the fee charged to the
Ctt, of Trenton for garbage sern ice.
The increase \tas in the anlmont of
$4.500.00. Commissioner Glen
Thigpen made a motion to den\ the
increased charge. Thigpen said that
the budget process is o\er and the
company! should ha\e made then
request during the budget planning
time. The motion v, as seconded b\
Rand\ Rutter. The 'ote %\as unam-
mous to deny the request.
Tuesday. Oct 30 hlias been se-
lected at the official Trick-or-Treat
night in Trenton b\ the Conmmis-

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Area quilter's work tells a rich story

The quilt pattern shown above is Moon Over the Mountains.

.of her original machine quilting de-
signs have evolved from doodling
with pencil on paper.
Like most quilters Joan likes to
visit quilt stores where she is inspired
by new fabric lines and the artistic
designs of others. She loves not only
the cottons preferred by most quilters
but flannels as well as wool fabrics.
Her favorite three quilt stores in-
clude Olde Green Cupboard in Jack-
sonville, Anna Lena's Quilt Shop in
Washington state and of course the
Suwannee Valley Quilt Shoppe in
The Trenton quilt store is owned
incidentally by Stephanie Metts who
first introduced her to quilting. She
also likes to take an occasional quilt
class which she said stretches her
creativity and makes her work out-
side the box. Joan attends as many.
long arm quilting shows as possible
and often takes classes at these shows
with the intent of keeping up with the
newest innovations. She said that of
all the quilts she has made traditional

quilts are still her favorite.
This year she machine quilted a
quilt for a client that took 89 hours
to complete, to date this is the most
time she has spent on any one quilt.
That quilt went on to win a machine
quilting award.
Anyone interested in viewing part
of Joan Gamble's quilts collection
may do so at this time. Her quilts
will be on display for the next few
weeks at The Suwannee Valley Quilt
Shoppe in Trenton. The shop is lo-
cated on North Main Street and is
open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday
through Saturday. You can also view
over one hundred locally made quilts
at the Springhouse Quilt Show which
'is open to the public and will be held
October 26 and 27. The quilt show
will be held at the United Methodist
Church and across the street at First
Baptist Church in Trenton.
Joan Gamble who does traditional
and contemporary long arm quilt-
ing can be contacted at Sew Artfully
Quilted at (352) 542-9792.



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Trenton City Commission

y Cindy Jo Ayers cal Center. Williams explained to
During the regular Trenton City the commissioners that the funds
commission meeting held on Mon- raised go to a local organization
ay evening, Oct. 15, Ronnie Mc- each year. According to \\ililams
ueen came before the Commis- the proceeds \ ill go to the Trenton
owners to solicit the support of the Quarterback Club.
ity Commission for a project that After some discussion between
e County plans to move forward the board members and a concerned
ith. For the past se'.eral months a neighbor \ ho lit es across the street
group of citizens appointed b> the from the property it \\as decided to
ilchrist County Commissioners meet again on Thursda, October
ave been meeting to plan a memo- IS at 6 p.m. The commissioners
at park. McQueen eplailned that v ill decide at that time to issue or
e courthouse laitn no\ has se\ not to issue the permit. Williams
al large monuments v which ha'e said that she and her group were
een erected by the Gilchrist Coun- not trN ing to get out of the $50.00
Historical Societ) to honoi those permit fee but in the past %'.hen she
.rving in past ve'ars. Room on the came before the concussion it \. as
te has become an issue since e'\ not mentioned.
ral moei mniiuments are planned Bill\ Rogers said that part of hius
the nea.ii intiie. The citizen' concerns had been ans eied at thie
mnunrLee. hcihl, includes Tren- meeting Those concerns being the
in l.,',.:r Pete Randolph. is plan- safety\ of children 'walking to the
n, on locating this 'V.alk-through haunted house and parking on the
emoial l partk beit\.een the Count, right-of-'.\a, He v as assured that
o'mnusi-ii N Meetin, Room and the a parking attendant ', would be at the
weeks Buildinc hInch houses the e'.ent on October 27.. 2 and 30
unit, Building Department MeI- Williams said that her husband and
ueen stated that benche a.is ,v..ell their family as ,'.ell as friends and
a p.',,ible brick side'.alk \\ill be a large number of teenagers v.ork
tilt so people can .ie'A the monuI- on thec decorations for this e% ent for
'eni_ and -pend a fe\ minutes in ,\eeks in ad ance each Near She
\%ell landscaped park gettingg to explained that it had become a nia-
llcct the great price paid b\ those edition in the Trenton area and it is
honored. a safe place for local children and




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