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Southern Baptist Convention president in Chipley

The Rev. Johnny Hunt
holds men's conference at
First Baptist Church
Managing Editor
CHIPLEY The pews at First Baptist Church
were full Friday night and Saturday morn-
ing as the president of the Southern Baptist
Convention held a men's conference. The Rev.
Johnny Hunt of Woodstock, Ga. was inChipley
to teach, "Triple Play The Trilog' of Men's
Struggles" in the areas of sex/lust, material-
ism/greed and pride.
'"The real tragedy is when those 'three
strikes' send a man back to the dugout in
shame," Hunt said, "having lost much more
than a simple game, but a marriage,. a career,
a congregation and often his entire life." The
conference material is among that provided
through Hunt's It's A New Day ministries.
Hunt was elected president of the SBC at
the annual convention in June 2008 in a time
of concern about several major issues within

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At right, The Rev. Johnny Hunt; president
of the Southern Baptist Convention, talks
to Bruce Christmas of Chipley Saturday at
First Baptist Church in Chipley.
America's largest evangelical denomination.
One is membership.

The Associated Press reported in April 2008
that the number of people baptized in South-
ern Baptist churches fell for the third straight
year in 2007 to the denomination's lowest level
since 1987, while total membership dropped
by nearly 40,000.
.Baptisms in 2007 dropped nearly 5.5 per-
cent to 345,941, compared to 364,826 in 2006,
according to an annual report released by
LifeWay Christian Resources, the publishing
arm of the Southern Baptist Convention. The
SBC claims to have more than 16.6 million
members in 44,000 churches throughout the
SThe denomination is second in size in the
U.S. only to the U.S. Ronman Catholic Church.
The Southern Baptist Convention and the Ro-
man Catholic Church the two largest Chris-
tian communions in the country-- have joined
the ranks of mainline denominations in re-
porting membership losses, the latest church
yearbook shows.
After years of continuous growth, member-
.ship in the Roman Catholic Church dropped
by 0.59 percent and the Southern Baptist Con-
vention decreased by 0.24 percent in 2008, ac-
cording to the 2009 edition of the Yearbook of
American .and Canadian Churches, published

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Austell for many years and they had both been
thinking of this type of travel for some time be-
fore they got together as a couple.,..
"I've always dreamt of taking this trip and
I became so excited when I found out.he had
the same dream," said Robson. "So at the first
chance, we packed up and headed out." -
With 1,200 miles down and over 3,000 miles
left to go the couple said their taking.their time.
"We're just taking it all in and savoring ev-
ery moment," said Austell. "Each town we go to
and every person we meet, we just take out time
talking, laughing and learning."
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3 still sought
Managing Editor /
CHIPLEY Chipley-
Police Department
held its annual spring
roundup for alleged' drug
dealers recently, with
seven alleged dealers ar-
rested and three suspects
"The month of March
ends a three-month un-
dercover operation within
the city where we target-
ed the sale and distribu-
tion of illegal drugs," said
'Chief Kevin Crews.
"These transactions
during the investigation
took place in various parts
of the city. These are some
of the areas where we ac-
tually ,completed illegal
drug transactions with
the drug dealer; Holley
Avenue, Orange Street,
Main Street, Plum Av-
enue, Second Street, and
at least three parking lots
of local businesses.
"The charges range
from sale and delivery of
crack cocaine, sale and
delivery of marijuana,
and dealing in prescrip-
tion medication."
SArrested were Cody
Parrish, Bonifay; Michael
Williams, Bonifay; Keenan
Hill, Bonifay; Edna Gray,


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Washington County News I A3

From staff reports
Community Easter egg hunt
CHIPLEY The annual Community
Easter egg hunt will be at Shivers Park
on April 4 from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. The
Washington County Chamber of Com-
merce has donated hundreds of candy
filled Easter eggs for the 10 a.m. Easter
egg hunt. Children' through fourth grade
be sure to take your an Easter basket to
fill. There will be entertainment for the
whole family Kids of all ages will enjoy
Sthe giant slide, jumping house, snow
cones and popcorn. There will also be
crafts and carnival type games with lots
of prizes and free hotdogs for everyone
while supplies last.
Several area-wide churches will be do-.
nating their time and resources for this
event. Shivers Park is at 500 5th Street in
Chipley. For more information call First.
Baptist Chipley at 638-1830.

Twilight now showing
CHIPLEY The Washington County
Library in Chipley will show the movie
Twilight on March 27 at 4:30 p.m. Take a
snack to share or a bottle of soda.

S Ed Traut to minister
March 23-24
Grace and Glory Independent Church
Son Railroad Avenue in Chipley announced

that Ed Traut with Prophetic Voice Min-
istries will minister to the congregation
on March 23 and 24. Everyone is invited
to attend. Services start at 7 p.m. each

Florida Trail Association to hold
events in Panhandle
Trail Association is holding the following
events during March:
March 21 at 8:30 a.m. A 7.6 mile
hike on Eglin from US. Highway 85 to Jr.
Walton Pond. Details: 683-0803.
March 21 at 8 a.m. -Volunteers need-
ed by the Florida Trail Association for
trail maintenance in Blackwater Forest.
Details: 983-2557.
March 22 at 8 a.m. A hike in Black-
water River State Forest on the Jackson
Red Ground Trail. Details: 939-0966.
March 24 at 6 p.m. Monthly meet-
ing of the Florida Trail Association at La-
Rumba Restaurant .in Niceville. Visitors
welcome. Details: 682-6098.
March 27 The Florida Trail Asso-
ciation for the Annual Conference and
Hiking, Festival at Stephen Foster State
Park at White Springs. Details; 1-877-
March 28, 29 at 8 a.m. A hike from
Karick Lake to Hurricane Lake with op-
tional camping. Details: 623-1646.
For more information or a more detail
schedule of events,.visit the FTA Website
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Arrest report from the
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Robert Acree: 6/3/87,
Chipley, cruelty towards
child (2 counts), harass-
ing phone calls (2 counts).
Scott Beall: 6/26/81,
Chipley, Bay County war-
rants for trespassing,
Thomas Brown: 8/14/86,
Chipley, battery.
. Isidro Buesp: 6/14/81,
Miami, Holmes County
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Youngstown, parole viola-

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David Collins: 8/20/72,
Thonotosassa, child sup-
Timothy Daughtery Jr.:
12/20/89, Chipley, resist
Lewis Henry Jr.:
7/31/80, Freeport, worth-
less check.
Michael Hilburn: 8/2/63,
Panama City, child sup-
Leisa Jones: 3/27/67,
Bonifay, battery.
Thomas Land: 11/26/63,
Chipley, possession of
meth, possession of co-
caine, possession of para-
Jessica Mathis: 8/29/88,

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while license suspended or
Mathew Miller:,
10/13/85, Clanton, Ala., vio-
lation of probation on child
cruelty and aggravated
Ashley Register:
4/19/80, Chipley, violation
of probation on possession
of listed chemicals.
Sean Russell: 3/30/65,
Wausau, fail to register as
sex offender.
Joshua Shulte: 8/3/87,
Chipley, battery.
Justin Sowell: 10/1/81,
Chipley, battery.
Brandon Tyus: 12/17/88,
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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

"I believe that we
are on the verge
of revival or ruin.
... we must make
to come together
for the common
cause of the Great

Rev. Johnny Hunt


from page A1
in February.
Hunt noted, however,
that even with these recent
declines that the SBC and
America, are not in a post-
Christian culture.
"We're not' there yet,"-
Hunt said Saturday, not-
ing the figures that show
jqst two percent of Briton
polled express a belief in
Christianity, as well as very
low, numbers from Western
Europe. In his response'
to a questionnaire from
the Baptist Press, Hunt
stressed the importance of
preaching repentance and
the Gospel to attract people
to Christianity.
"I believe that we are
on the verge of revival or
ruin. That certainly iS not
an original statement with
me, but we must make our
minds up to come together
for the common cause of
the Great Commission,"
Hunt said. "We must make
much of Jesus and His Gos-
"Regenerating .church
membership should always
be a concern. It was a con-
cern in the early 1900s with
Southern Baptists and it
should never be less than
a major concern. We ought
to be overwhelmingly con-
cerned that we are making
a clear presentation of the
Gospel, making sure that
the people that we present
the Gospel to un.tmderstand
S that the only way to Christ
is through repentance and
believing the Gospel.
"We host a new mem-
Sbers'. class (at Woodstock
Baptist Church) and strong-
ly encourage all new mem-
bers and new believers to
attend. We have found that
the majority does attend.
S"As it pertains to the
SBC, I would certainly
encourage the churches
to involve their people in
small. groups, but I believe.
the ultimate response be-
longs with the local church.
Also, I believe expositional
preaching is the best meth-
od of preaching to disciple
from the pulpit."

BONIFAY The Emerald Coast EAA Chapter 1464 Tri-County Aviation, LLC southeast
Alabama EAA Chapter 351 will host the 61h Annual Experimental Aircraft Fly-In on Saturday,
March.21 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Tri-County Airport in Bonifay. For more information
call 547-6519.

Down Home Street Festival this weekend

Managing Editor
BONIFAY City Council Member
Joann Foxworth had an idea last
year, and that idea is about to be-
come reality as the first-ever Bon-
ifay Down Home Street Festival is
held this weekend.
Foxworth proposed the festival
shortly after she was elected to
Bonifay City Council. A committee
was formed and after much hard
work everything is ready to go.
The festival features a number
6f family friendly events:
*Pickin in the Park is Friday
night at Middlebrook Park Nyesa
Wilkins will be emcee also featur-
ing Grass Roots, Cornerstone and
Straight and Narr6w bands begin-
ning at 6 p.m. Bonifay Fire and
Rescue will sell concessions.
Ribbon Cutting for the festival
is at 9 a.m. Saturday. Event hours
are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
*Horse and Buggy Home Tours
will begin at Bank of Bonifay and
will tour many historical -homes
ending with a walk through at Waits

Mansion. Local entertainment will
perform all day Saturday.
*Bree Sison, Channel 13 inorn-
ing anchor will be festival emcee.
Local gospel singers, will
perform inside The First Baptist
Inflatable kids games
Food and vendors.
Dancing in the streets includ-
ing square dancing, Goober Gam-
boleers, Kountry Folk Kloggers
and more.
SBlack-Eye Pea Cook-off:
Judging begins at 11 a.m. and as
long as supply lasts everyone in
line 'when the noon whistle blows
can sample the black eye peas and
SDon't 'forget the Antique Car
show Saturday on State 79 north'
beside the First Baptist Church
annex. Registration 8-11 a.m.
Dash plaques and a 50-50 draw-
ing part of show. For information
call 547-1787 or 547-3615; Registra-
tion $20, mail to Susan Sims'at 714
Banfill Ave., Bonifay 32425.
*The Caring Hands Caring
Heart 5K walk-run registration is

Saturday, 7:30 -8 a.m. at Middle-
brook *Park on Banfill Avenue.
Ages six and under free,'ages 7-14
$15 and ages 15 and up $20. For in-
formation call 547-8193.
*The Down Home Archery
Tournament is at the Holmes
County Fairgrounds with registfra-
tion beginning at 8 a.m. and tourna-
ment beginning at 9 a.m. $10 entry
fee. For information call Donnie
Bush at 547-4215.
The Blackeyed Pea beauty pag-
eant was held last weekend. Win-
ners were Baby Mr., Landon Coo-
per; Baby ,Miss, Kinslee Adams;
Toddler Miss, Abbie Melacon; Wee
Miss, Caelynri H6pe Dolar; Tiny
Miss, Haylee White; Little Miss,
Nalla Jasman; Young Miss, Shay-
lyn Harris;.Teen Miss, Melea Kirk;
Junior Miss, Makala Hicks and
Miss, Jessica Nicole Bennett. The
queens were immediately put to
work, appearing on the Ann Var-
num Show to promote the festival.
For more information about
any event go to www.Bonifay-
StreetFestivaLcorn or email


ROUND-UP from page Al

Graceville; Margaret Cordes,'
Chipley; Jonathon Pryor, Chi-
pley;. and Daniel Sharp, Ver-
CPD is still seeking the fol-
lowing suspects: Antonio Lev-
erett'e, Vernorn; Ryan Kirby,
Tallahassee; and Brian Brew-
er, Bonifay. '
"We urge the public to
continue to call in the tips no
matter how small they might
think it is," Crews said. "The
public's involvement in want-
ing to make their neighbor-
hoods a better place to live is
a direct reason some of the
investigations on the above
listed people were started in
the first place."
For information call
Chipley Police Department at


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Can't enough of the
insightful commentary
by Mkichael Reagan, ,
Bill Steigerwald, Tom
Purcelle and others? You
can find
them all at

Divided wealth and perverted science

Tony Perkins of l
"Washington Update"
reported March 9 that "For
eight years,'President
George Bush proudly
displayed in the Oval
Office a bust of Sir Winston
Churchill on loan from FRC
Great Britain. As ,a gesture HI
of goodwill, the British Tin
government offered to let
President Obama keep the
statue during his term as a symbol
of our longstanding friendship.
Obama declined, shipping the
bust back to England and with it,
the reminder of Churchill's great'
wisdom. It was he who warned that
if evil prevails 'all that we have
known and cared for will sink into a
new Dark Age, made more sinister
.... by the lights of perverted
Perkins made that statement
because oh that same day
President Obama by executive
order took the first step iA
overturning the restrictions on
taxpayer-funded embryonic stem
cell research. Those who have
encouraged President Obama to
make this decision "are quick to
point out that Americans won't be
financing the death of embryos."
But what they fail to share is that
while we will not be funding the
killing, we will be funding the
killers. They also fail to share that
this order puts the government
in a business which is not only
unethical but also medically

Unnecessary because
P private and commercial for-
profit companies who have
better accountability for
dollars spent for research
Shave now moved beyond
Embryonic cell research to
OM THE adult cell research which
EART does not destroy life but
im Hall' actually seems to be able to
do more to cure the diseases
such as Juvenile "diabetes,
Parkinson's and Heart problems
because the cells of the person
being treated are using their own
cells, and the body is less likely
to reject the curing cells being
introduced back into the body.
As we pay attention to what
is taking place around us, by the
legislation being considered and
passed by those who the people
elected to office, it reveals to us
what we truly believe as a nation.
That is, it's alright to sacrifice one
person for the benefit of another.
Which is also proved by the new
"share the wealth'" philosophy that
is so easily being pressed upon us
as we continue to bail out large
badly'managed corporations for
the benefit of a few with our tax
dollars. President Obama's stem
cell ordei with the recent funding
of abortions here and abroad, the
stimulus package being issued
with no accountability regulations
attached, mostly for research for
things which have nothing to do
with stimulating the economy as
it does with stimulating politicians

wallets, says that we as a nation are
how accepting and believing that,
one person's life is more important
than another person's life.
I recently read an e-mail, which
stated that early, in his ministry, Dr.
Adrian Rogers said, "You cannot
legislate the poor into freedom
by legislating the wealthy out of
freedom. What one person receives
without working for, another person
must work for without receiving.
The government cannot give to
anybody that the government does
not first take from somebody else.
When half of the people get the"'
'idea that they do not have to work
because the other half is going to,
take care of them, and the other
half gets the idea that it does no
good to work because somebody
else is going to get what they work
for, that my dear friend, is about
the end of any nation. You cannot
multiply wealth by dividing it."

This message has been brought
to you From the Heart of Tim
Hall, Senior Pastor, Gully Springs
Baptist Church, and author of
"Church Go To Hell! Please?"
P.O. Box 745, 2824 Highway 90
West Bonifay, Florida 32425.
Located;,three miles west of the
light at Highway 79, 850-547-3920,
E-mail: timhall_2000@yahoo.com.

Editor's note: The opinions
expressed here are not necessarily,
those of Florida Freedom


The road to

progress is ,

paved with cold

- or hot mix?


CHIPLEY Discussion
of affordable yet durable
materials for paving roads
was a large portion of the
Washington County Board
'of County Commissions
workshop meeting Monday
County Engineer Cliff
Knauer explained to the
board the difference be-
tween cold and hot mix
being that cold mix costs
twice as much as hot mix
and isn't as reliable.
Knauer was presented
with new ideas, like chip-
n-seal and micro surfacing.
Knauer said he is research-
ing every avenue that
would benefit Washington
County both financially and
A review of roads being
worked on included the
paving of Old Bonifay Road,
from the second bridge to
State Road 77 and areas
that need to be widened for
safety purposes. Progress
is said to be in the works to
get lighting to State Park
Road and Falling Waters
and a grant is being looked
into that will fix the boat
ramp at Hick's Lake with
Sno expense to the county.
More information will
become available as re-
search and estimates are
made for the next Board of
County Commissions meet-
ing, March 26. I
Any citizen with road,
ditch or other such affiliated
troubles should contact the
Public Works Department
at 638-6280 or 638-6111.

Nicole Barefield: nbarefield@chipleypaper.com
Jay Felsberg: afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

Brenda Taylor: btaylor@chipleypaper.com

(850) 638-0212



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Wednesday; March 18, 2009


Washington County News I A5

E.W. Carswell books the prattler's new hot item

Just as the Heritage of
Washington County book
winds down in sales, the writer
is finding himself enjoying
getting deeper involved into -
the distribution of the E.W
(Judge) Carswell books, which
were donated recently to the
Historical Society by the family.
Unless more Heritage
books are located in the
publishing center in the
Clanton, Ala. center, the
"prattler" is ready to "
declare the prized piece
of history as a complete
sellout. I am also giving
a tip of the hat to all
the unpaid, voluntary PER
committee men and PR
women.who worked Pr
tirelessly to bring the
publication to full fruition.
It seems"many opportunities
are unfolding allowing the
Carswell books to be placed in
good hands. Roger Laney and
his wife, Karen, invited Hester
and me to meet with the 1949
Chipley High School's 60th class
reunion on Feb. 28 at Southern
Barbeque in Graceville. I knew
practically every member in
attendance which made it easy
for me to deliver my jokingly
labeled "key note" speech.
I had already spoken to Davis
(Dave) Gardner and wife when
they came into the Historical
Museum. They live in Auburn.
I knew I had a listening ear
when I saw Dalton Carter and
wife, Maidy, in attendance.

Bruce Dasinger and wife
came from Connecticut, Ross
Junior Cox from Atlanta. Billy
Retherford, George' Williams, -
Ruby Wilson Williamson, and
Jim and Joan Ackerman are
all people we are acquainted
with. We also met Pam DeBoer
Kitchings, Lucy McGeachy Gray,
SKathryn Nelson Proctor and
Opal Lassiter. The story
on the availability of.
the Carswell books was
included in my talk.
I have had
opportunity to place
books at two meetings
Sof the Vernon High
RRY'S School monthly alumni
ATTLE gatherings. The Holmes
yWells County High School
S alumni group meets
Quarterly, and the books
were well received by members
of that event.
Thanks to my friend, Chick
Yates, it was my honor to speak
to the Chipley Kiwanis Club on,
March 3, regarding the current
happenings at the Washington
County Historical Society
Museum. A "limited" supply of
Mr. Carswell books were carried
along and used in the "show and
tell" presentation.
From that visit, local attorney
Gerald Holley purchased the
Perry Wells "blue light" special
package of all eight books for
$80. Dr. Bruce Christmas picked
up the special deal package,
finalizing the purchase his wife,
Addie Ann Cartledge Christmas,

Remembering WrldM War I

had called for earlier.
Darrin Wall is buying his
set one at a time. The book he
purchased, "Holmes Valley," is
the one that is in short supply, so
if anyone desires that particular
one, they should act fast or miss
As a result of the Kiwanis
visit, Jim Town from Sunrny Hills,
made a visit to the museum and
went away with his collection
of books. Jim told me that
although not a native son, he
always enjoying learning history
of any area he lives in, thus he
found great interest in the books
by E.W Carswell.
SI sat at the table with Jim
and observed his method of
assigning Pancake Breakfast

tickets to all the members who
are expected to sell them in time
for the noted Kiwanis Pancake
Breakfast on April 3 at the Kate
Smith Elementary School. I
believe the writer learned a few
sales techniques in observing
chairman Jim dole out the
tickets for the popular annual
pancake event.
In conversation with Jim
Town, I learned he is a native of
Jackson County Michigan.
After a wide course of travel,
Jim finds himself in Washington
County and has reunited with a
' life long friend, GaryHartman,
dating back to seventh gradq in
MN ichigan. Gary is also a Sunny
Hills resident. Both he and Jim
are active in the Washington
County Chamber of Commerce
in conjunction with Jim's
work in Business Evaluation- '
Since purchasing the package
of historical books, I saw Jim
Town at the local post office and
he immediately told me that the
Carswell book, "Before Kilroy"
piqued his interest right away
as it covers the travels of the
author all the way through the
European Theater of World War
II as a member of the 13th Field
Artillery Brigade. This was the
same path of service for Jim's
father who was in the thick of
battle and endured some of the
same struggles and hardships
outlined in the Carswell book
remembering World War II.
Veterans of the war will,

well remember the slogan,
"Kilroy was Here." The hand-
lettered message, along with
other graffiti, was scrawled on
walls, trees or anywhere space
allowed. Even though Carswell
notes that the "announcement"
greeted him everywhere he
went from Rome to the German-
Austrian border, this is not the
thrust of his book. He describes
the contents as essays which
originally appeared in the
Pensacola News-Journal several.
years after his return from the
war torn areas, and all have
interesting stories reporting
specific experiences of the
SThis Carswell chronicle is the
one which relates his publication
of "The Barrack Bag Express,"
a newspaper written by Carswell
and one which had approval
of the U.S. Army as a morale
The real heart-rending
notation in the "Before Kilroy"
book is the dedication to
the writer's parent with the
message: "The war was long for
them too."'
I Visitors to the Historical
Museum continue to increase
as the facility, is open on each
Thursday and Friday from 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. and on the first
Saturday of each month from
nine until noon. We look forward
to seeing you there. Come in now
while the supply of books are still
See you all next week.

Regional BRIEFS

Chamber to hold
membership banquet
CHIPLEY- The 2009 Chamber
Annual Membership Banquet
is scheduled for Thursday, April
9. A punch reception will start
. things off at 6 p.m. with dinner
at 7.
The Spanish Trail Playhouse
will provide entertainment with
"A Stroll Down Broadway."
Tickets are $25 per person.:-.
Make checks payable to
Washington County Chamber of
Those wanting to attend
should make reservations early,
as there are only a limited
number of tickets available.
Call the Chamber at 638-4157 to
make your reservation.

Your "deed" to a Cow Chip
Bingo square confers no actual
rights of ownership to the land.
It is only valid on the day of the
event for the duration of the
Other planned events include
Kiss the Cow, Cow Chip Tossing,
hay rides for the kids, 5K "Cow
Trot", Jail and Bail, barbeque,
baked goods and concessions.
Official sponsors are
Professional Printing and
Designs, Stones Chipley Packing
co., Washington County Farm
Bureau, Washington-Holmes
Cattleman's Association and the
Westerner, Inc.
For more information,
contact Alex Webb or Bryan Lee
at Chipley High School at 638-

Finance and fraud seminar
CHS Cow Chip Festival to be March 25

CHIPLEY Chipley High
School is planning a Cow Chip
Festival Saturday, Sept. 26 at
new CHS Sports Fields starting
at 10 a.mn..
Cow Chip Bingo will pit your
-luck against the gastronomical
actions of a cow and her ability
to do "what comes naturally."
A 50 x 50 yard playing area will
be divided into squares. Each
square represents a "land deed
parcel" that can be purchased
for $5'each. Checks should be
made payable to Chipley High
At noon on Sept. 26 the cows
will be brought onto the field
and the first three "chips' will be
recorded and measured by the
Cow Chip Judges. They will then
Locate the land deed parcels and
determine the winners. First
chip wins $250; second chiip wins
$500 and the third chip wins
$1,000, actual amounts will be
based on the percentage of total
parcels sold.

CHIPLEY Northwest Florida
Community Hospital will host'
a financial abuse and fraud
seminar at Washington County
Council on Aging March 25 from
10-11 a.m. The seminar is free to
the public.

Health clinic welcomes
new nurse
CHIPLEY The Health Clinic,
formally Dr. Craven's office,
welcomed their new staff
member Advanced Registered
Nurse Practitioner Teresa L.
Moore, who will be working
with Dr. Khan and Dr. Malik at
1351 South Blvd. in Chipley.
Theclinic's services include
"health care for the whole
family, including pap smears
and preventive health care."
The clinic is open Monday.
through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5
For more information or for

an appointment, call 638-1230.

Residents will 'Dine
Out for, Life'
"Dining Out for Life" will be
April 23 at several restaurants ir
Okaloosa, Walton and Escambia
counties. They will be teaming
up with OASIS (Okaloosa AIDS
Support and Informational
Services Inc.) to host Dining
Out for Life, a once-a-year
nationwide event to raise funds
for the fight against AIDS.
Participating restaurants will
donate a generous percentage ou
their proceeds that day to OASIS
to be used locally in its mission
of preventing-the spread of HIV
and supporting those affected
Sby HIV and AIDS in Northwest,
Some of the restaurants
participating include Aegean
Restaurant in Shalimar; Perry's
Legendary Seafood and Steaks
in Niceville; Cactus Flower 1, 2,
3 in Pensacola; Hibiscus Coffee
and Guesthouse in Grayton
Beach; Magnolia Grill; Caffe
Italia; Brooks Bridge BBQ and
Cafe; Old Bay Steamer in Fort
Walton Beach.
Check the Dining Out for
Life Web site shown below
for additional participating
restaurants. Volunteer
greeters are needed. For more
information or to volunteer to
help, call OASIS at 314-0950,
or go to www.diningoutforlife;
com and click the map on Fort
Walton Beach.

Archaeology Society
to meet Saturday,
March meeting of the Emerald
Coast Archaeology.Society will
be at 1 p.m. March 21 in the'
education room of the Temple

Mound Museum. Bill Lucas,
excavation coordinator, will give
a power point presentation on
our recent dig on Brooks Street
behind Merlin's Jewelers. See
how the dig was planned and
Carried out, and get an update
on what is left to be done. The
artifacts recovered will be on
exhibit. For more information,
call Pat Balanzategui at 862-

Pet Nation Open House
to offer discounts
3 Year Anniversary Open House
is planned at Pet Nation from 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. March 2,. A huge
sidewalk sale will highlight the
event with rock-bottom prices
on top-quality pet supplies.
Raffle tables, light refreshments
and free product samples will
be available. The Easter Bunny
will be visiting with gifts for the
kids. Event is open to the public.
Pet Nation 'is in downtown Fort
Walton Beach, in the Publix
Plaza on U.S. 98. Call 833-5016
for more information.

Science Friday Seminars
continue this week
NICEVILLE The Science Friday
seminars hosted by the Science
Department at Northwest
Florida State College (100
College Blvd.) will continue at
11 a.m. March 20 in the Robert
E. Greene Jr. Science building
/ on the Niceville campus in the
main lecture hall, Room S-110.
Dr. Ralph Calhoun will present
",The Sun, Solar Weather, and
Impacts on Our Weather."
Calhoin will speak on the
structure of the sun, sunspots,
flares, coronal mass ejections,
solar activity cycles, and
connections to weather on earth.

The final seminar of the Spring
2009 semester will be April 17
and will feature Julie Terrell,
director'of the Choctawhatchee
Basin Alliance, who will discuss
the water chemistry of the
Choctawhatchee Bay. For
more information about this or
future'seminars, contact the
NWF State College Science
Department office at 729-5376.

Children's Miracle
Network Golf Tournament
NICEVILLE A Children's
Miracle Network Golf
Tournament is set for March 21
at Eglin Golf Course. Anyone
may play and helpus support
the, Children's Miracle Network.
For more information, visit www.
nhskey.com/golf. To register,
e-mail golf@nhskey.com or call
830-7756. Make checks payable
and mail to: NHS Key Club, 1597
Ruckel Drive. Lunch is provided
to every paid golfer, and there
will be prizes.

Dance like the stars
PANAMA CITY Dance like the
stars to popular music at Grand
Square Hall, 11th Street and Bob
Little Road, from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
March 21. Argentine/American
Tango workshop at 6:30 p.m.
Cost is $4 at door. For more
information, call 248-3371 or
e-mail armandgrassi@knology.

Prayer Coffee
Woman's Club of Panama
City will have its 28th Annual
Community Prayer Coffee at
9:30 a.m. today, March 18. The
program will begin at 10 a.m.
The prayer coffee will be on
Cove Boulevard at 4th Street.
Everyone is invited.

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Torimy Smith, WHTC Director, Dr. Fred Lavender,
John Dougherty, Darrin Wall, WHTC Foundation

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WHTC receives donation honoring John Dougherty

CHIPLEY Washington-Holmes
Technical Center Foundation re-
ceived a generous $1,000 donation
from a retired, local pediatric doctor
and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Lav-
ender to honor John Dougherty.
Dougherty worked side by side
with Wayne Saunders, the first Di-
rector of WHTC, to establish the
articles of incorporation for the
Foundation in 1987. Dougherty was
appointed the first\Chairman of the
Foundation and has continuously

served the Foundation as an officer
since ifs origination.
Lavender and Dougherty became
friends many years ago through
their participation in several local
community service organizations
including The Washington County
Chamber of Commerce and Friends
of the Library. Dougherty stated,
"I'm very flattered to be honored by
Fred and Jeanne. The WHTC Foun-
dation is very close to my heart and
I believe it has helped many of our

citizens become successful in the
Dr. Lavender was extremely
pleased to know that his contribu-
tion would be doubled by a state-
matching grant to provide scholar-
ships to students needing financial
assistance. "This 'is an important
cause for our community we need
people supporting those who want
to improve their technical and trade
skills and be productive and compet-
itive in the workforce."

Camp Timpoochee offers summer fun

School will soon be out -
no more homework or study-
ing for tests, but that doesn't
mean your child's education
has to stop for the next two
and a half months: Canoe-
ing, swimming, archery,
meeting new friends, marine
and environmental science
can all be found in one place
for one week this summer.
4H Camp Timpoochee, on
the bay in Niceville, is just
waiting, to be explored by'
your child.
Washington County
youth, age 8-13, are eligible
to attend 4H Camp Tim-
poochee. They do not have
to be an active 4H member
to attend camp. Youth from
Washington County will
camp June 12-15. The total
cost for camp is $200 which
includes all meals, transpor-
tation to and from camp, dai-
ly canteen, overnight accom-
modations for four nights
and a campt-shirt.
Summer is a time for kids
to relax and rejuvenate be-
fore the new school year be-
gins, but that doesn't mean
they should1spend the day
sleeping until noon or fixed
in front of the TV or com-
puter becoming a couch po-
tato or video game junkie. At
Camp Timpoochee,.they can

exercise their whole body
and minds and meet new
friends face to face not just
through email or My Space.
4H Camp Timpoochee
offers traditional camping
activities with the addition
of some new and exciting
activities. Because of its
location on the bay, marine
science studies are em-
phasized in a modern lab
equipped with microscopes
and saltwater aquariums.
Environmental studies in-
clude day hikes where stu-
dents explore the plant life
and wildlife around them to
learn about the forest and
its inhabitants. Nightly
"owl prowls". Recreation
activities include swim-

ming, volleyball, archery
and games. Campers have
free time to choose their
activities and set up games
of volleyball, softball or
basketball. At night, camp-
ers can sing karaoke or
make up their own skit on
skit night. Evening camp-
fires end each night where
campers sing favorite camp
songs. The legend of Tim-
poochee is told on the final
night of camp.
While your child is at
camp, they will experience
group living in a cabin set-
ting where important life
skills are learned. Skills
that all kids and adults
need, such as getting along
with others, consideration

for those around you and
doing your part, will be ex-
perienced at camp. Camp-
ers assume full responsi-
bility for their cabin and
compete for the daily clean
cabin award as well as help
with dining room chores
and general camp choices
in a team atmosphere.
4H Camp Timpoochee
features air-conditioned
log cabins, with bunks for
8-10 campers and attached
bath facilities between
bunk houses. The staff
is well trained in dealing
with children and camping
programs and nutritious,
well-balanced meals are
Prepared three times a day
for campers in the air-condi-
tioned cafeteria, the camp is
open to all youth ages 8-13.
Camp registration and
full payment is due May 22,
2009. If necessary, a camp
paymentplan can be set up
for you. If you would like a
camp registration packet,
please contact Julie Pigott
Dillard, 4H/Ybuth Agent, at
638-6180, or drop by the UF/
IFAS Extension Office, locat-
ed in the Washington County
Agricultural Center, for a
packet. Camp packets are
also available on our web-
site: washington.ifas.ufl.edu.

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From staff reports
'Tour of Gardens'
CHIPLEY Chipley Garden Club's
"Tour of Gardens" will be followed
by an English Tea on March 28 and
April 4.
The tour will start at the home
of Edwina Showers, 750 Fifth Street,
in Chipley at 9 a.m. and continue to
Glenda Wilson's home, 2071 Orange
Hill Road, Chipley at 10:30 followed

by an English tea.
An English tea consists of two
kinds of sandwiches, scones with
strawberry jam and mock Devon-
shire cream, together with English
SCost is $7 for garden club mem-
ber and $10 each for non-members.
Tickets are available from Edwina
Showers 638-1777 or Glenda Wilson
638-9138. Tickets will be sold on first
come basis and are limited to 40 each

day with no exception and no tickets
sold at the door.

Candlelight ceremony
to be held in Samson
SAMSON, Ala. -A Citywide Candle-
light Ceremony is being planned
for March 20 at 7:30 p.m. The event
' will be held at the fountain in Sam-
son, next to the Samson Banking

Flip-Flop season is right
around the corner.
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science camp
This home-school sci-
ence event is three days
of hands-on science. Blast
rockets, build robots, wire
up burglar alarms, play
with lasers and more. A
real engineer, scientist
Sand university instructor
teach the classes for ages
7-18 years. Students learn
basics in aerodynamics,
electromagnetism, ro-
botics, engineering and
Science Camp, 7-11
years old, and Robo-
Camp, 12-18 years 'old,
will be held in Orlando
at the University of Cen-
tral Florida from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. May 25-27. Cost
is $140 per child plus $55
($85 for Robocamp) mate-
rial fee.
For information regis-
tration, call 805-617-1789
Sor log on to http://www.

Mature driving class
Washington County
Council on Aging and
-AARP are co-sponsoring
a mature driving class for
individuals 50 years and
older from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
SMarch 20.
This eight-hour course
was developed especially
.'for for the senior driver
with years of driving ex-
perience. Classes will
be held in Chipley at the
Shriner's Club on Brick-
' yard Road (just past
'-Sherwood Apartments).
The National Safety
'Council course reviews
basic driving knowledge
and new traffic laws and
introduces techniques
to help offset the effects
,of the aging process on
driver performance. It is
geared toward drivers'
safety needs and helps
compensate for age-re-
lated changes.
This mature driving
class is approved by the
DHSMV for a three-year
insurance premium re-
There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee
-of $12 for AARP members
and $14 for non-members.
.To enroll, call Washington
-County Council of Aging

at 850-638-6217.

at library
Scott-Ireton, director of
the Florida Public Ar-
chaeology Network, will
be digging up some trea-
sure for the kids, and
perhaps their mummies
at 3 p.m. March 18 in the
Washington County Pub-
lic Library in celebration
of Florida Archaeology
For more information
on this and' other activi-
ties at the library, call Ze-
dra at 638-1314 or e-mail

registration at KMS
Smith Elementary will
begin kindergarten reg-
istration from 7:30 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. April 13 in the
school office.
To register for kinder-
garten, your child must
be 5 years old by Sept. 1,
2009, and a Washington
County resident.
Please bring your
child's birth certificate,
Social Security card and
updated immunization re-
cord (Florida Blue Card).
A Florida physical is re-
quired before school be-
gins. For more informa-
tion, call the school office
at 638-6220.

Lassos and hairbows
consignment sale
CHIPLEY The spring
lassos and hairbows kids
consignment sale was
held March 14 at the
Washington County Ag
Center on Hwy. 90. Great
deals were found on gen-
tly used children's cloth-
ing, toys and gear at the
semi-annual sale spon-
sored by the Junior Wom-
an's Club of Chipley.
The CJWC, organized
in 1991 to encourage pub-
lic spirit in the commu-
nity, sponsors numerous
annual events including
the Adopt-A-Road trash
pickup, spring canned
food drive, back-to-school
drive and annual scholar-

Vote for and Re-elect

Henry Prescott

WFEC Board Member, District 9

* Has served onWFEC's board of trustees since 1980
* Successful business owner for 51 years, cattle
rancher and timber farmer
* Lifelong Holmes County resident ,
* Active in civic and community affairs, including the
Shriners, Gideons International, Holmes County
Planning Commission and the Pine Log Vol. Fire Dept.
* Experienced, Honest and Fair

Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. for and approved by Henry Prescott

Kiwanis briefed on home health care

CHIPLEY The pro-
gram for the weekly Ki-
wanis luncheon on March
10 was presented by Me-
lissa Finch, RN, direc-
tor of services at NHC
HomeCare in Chipley.
Finch pointed out that
NHC HomeCare is part of
the National Health Care
Corporation, which is a
publicly traded company
that provides full health
care service through 76
long-term health care cen-
ters and 32 HomeCare of-
The Chipley office ser-
vices Washington County
and small portions of ad-
jacent counties as part of
a network that includes
Carrabelle, Crawfordville,
Marianna, Panama City,
Port St. Joe and Quincy.
NHC HomeCare pro-
vides its services in-home
based upon physician or-
ders. The broad range of
services available include
skilled nursing, physi-
cal therapy, occupational
therapy, speech/language
therapy, home health
aides, master social work-
ers, psychiatric nurses,
and registered dietitians.
NHC HomeCare provides
its services through prop-
erly licensed and trained
health care professionals
who prefer to work with
the in-home arrangements
rather than working shifts
in a hospital, nursing
home, therapy center or
assisted living facility.

Melissa Finch,
HomeCare in
March 10.

RN, director of services at Nn-
Chipley spoke at the Kiwanis luncheon

Services and treatment
are funded by a combina-
tion of private insurance,
Medicare, workers com-
pensation, veterans ad-
ministration and private
pay arrangements. Typi-
cally, the physician will
determine the needs and
then NHC HomeCare will
work from the physician's
order to structure an ini-
tial 60-day plan, or suf-
ficient time to complete
the services needed if less

than 60 days. There is no
time limit on services as
long as there is a physi-
cian order and the pay-
ment arrangements are
NHC HomeCare oper-
ates 24 hours a day, seven
days a week, according to
the patient's needs, and
scheduling for services is
Other than the NHC
HomeCare offices in the
Florida Panhandle, the


Kiwanis Club plans pancake breakfast April 3 ALWAYS

Club of Chipley will hold
its 54th pancake breakfast
at Kate Smith Elementary
from 6 to 9 a.m. April 3.
Tickets are $5 and can be
purchased from any Ki-
wanis member.
Two ways to enjoy
breakfast: dine in at KMS
Cafetorium or pick up a
carry out tray on your way
to work.
For three or more or-
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breakfasts and delivery
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in Ocala, Merritt Island,
and Vero Beach. Nation-
ally, NHC operates in 10
states from its headquar-
ters in Murfreesboro,
Tenn. For additional infor-
mation, Melissa Finch can
be contacted at 638-8118 in
Chipley, or information on
NHC is available at www.
nhccare.com on the Inter-
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been pro-
viding support to youth
oriented events and pro-
grams for 68 years and last
year supported 36 orga-
nizations throughout the
county. Next on the fund-
raising schedule is the Ki-
wanis 54th annual pancake
breakfast April 3 at Kate
Smith Elementary School.
Tickets are available
from any Kiwanis Club of
Chipley member at $5 per
meal, at the door, or for
three or more meals de-
livery is available within
five miles of the school by
calling 638-0212. Breakfast
will be served from 6 to 9
a.m., and carry out service
is also available.
The club meets Tues-
days at Pattillo's Res-
taurant in the middle of
the Washington-Holmes
County Technical Center
(WHTC) at noon. For an
invitation to lunch, con-
tact any Kiwanian or call
Elaine Chadwell, mem-
bership chairperson, at

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Young adult choir from St. Luke A. M. E. perform, We've Come this Far by Faith.

Praise dance team from New Beginnings Worship
Center presents a moving rendition of, The Battle is
Not Yours, it's the Lord's.

Miss Erika Dotson,
media center specialist at
Vernon High Schoolwas
the.guest speaker for the

VMS students honor

African American history

Middle School students and
faculty members honored
the contributions of African
Americans on Friday, Feb.
27, with a special program.
The assembly featured
youth and young adult
choirs from the Spirit-Filled
Church of God in Christ
(Caryville) and St. Luke
A. M. E. (Vernon), dance
team from New Beginnings
Worship Center (Grand
Ridge),, VMS Band, and

VMS Drama Club.
After a brief welcome
from principal, Chris Beard,
Assistant principal Kim
Register welcomed the
guest speaker, Miss Erika
Dotson is the media
center specialist at Vernon
High School and holds
in the community. She is a
commissioned officer in the
U. S. Army and served her
country proudly for fifteen

months in Iraq. She shared
a song and poem with the
students before she listed
various African Americans
who rose above all odds to
make lasting contributions
to our history. She then
encouraged students that
they must also rise to follow
in the footsteps of their
Comical elements of
the speech included her
impersonations of present

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Loc ,al

Spanish Trail Playhouse kicks

off membership campaign

CHIPLEY The Spanish
Trail Playhouse, originally
organized in the 1960's,
is kicking off its 2009
Membership Campaign,
with an offering of several
levels of Membership and
Sponsorship available.

For more information on
the Spanish Trail Playhouse,
as well as complete
information on how you
can support arts and
County, please visit www.

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well-established title agency that
has been serving the Panhandle
area for over 60 years and is
still going strong. The In-House
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information to help in securing.
your investments.
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of an outstanding, service-oriented
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VES Kindergarten enjoys

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VERNON In honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday, the first week of March is deemed
"Read Across America Week." Last Week at Vernon Elementary School, Mary
Ward's Kindergarten class celebrated by reading the Dr. Seuss book, Green
Eggs and Ham.
In order to make the book "come to life," Ward served up her specialty
- which is none-other-than, "green eggs and ham!" The students were very
curious about the concoction and to their surprise; it actually tasted a lot like
the original ham and eggs that they eat at




Thursday, March 18, 2009 w w w.Cw h i p Ici pleypaper. c o m Page 9

renewing their annual rivalry in Area sof, baseball in ll swing
softball and baseball this season.

S RBI for Holmes County. 10 over Rouhlac's B team.,.
SOFTBALL. Whitley Aubury was charged

VERNON Lauren Register
had 14 strikeouts and gave up
only two hits in Vernon's victo-
ry. Joelie Fondo was 2 for 3 with
two RBIs and Haley Adkison
was 2 for 3 for the Yellow Jack-
ets (3-2,1-2 District 1-2A).

Chipley 2, South Walton 0
Jessica Bush (7-1) pitched a.
three hitter with nine strike-
outs and only one walk.,
Chipley (10-2) scored two',
runs in the first inning. Sara
Gore and Skylar Davis singled
and scored on a two-run double
by Rachel Fowler.
''Fowler added two singles to
lead the Tigers' six-hit attack.

Holmes County 10, PDL 0
Gavin had 13 strikeouts and
gave up two :hits to lead Hol-
mes County (6-6-2) past Ponce
de Leon in six innings. Mary
Elizabeth Pippen had a double
and an RBI, Jenna Belser went
2 for 4 with a. double and Mor-
gan Johnson went 2 for 3 with a
double for Holmes County.

Holmes County 10,
Bethlehem 0
BONIFAY Mary Elizabeth
Pippin had 12 strikeouts and
gave up six hits to lead Holmes
County (7-6-2) past Bethlehem
'in six innings. Morgan Johnson
went 2 for 4 with two doubles
and two RBIs, Anna Keen went
2 for 3 with a double and RBI,
Pippin went 2 for 3 with an RBI,
Rachel Gavin went 2 for 3 and
Carley Long had a double and

Graceville splits a pair
The Grace-ille Lady Tigers
took a 5-2 win over archrival
Cottondale in Cottondale, then
fell 15-5 to Slocumb on the road.
Meagan Sanders started and
pitched a complete game for
the win, striking out six Lady
Hornets batters. Stacey Sadler
and Liza Johnson each- led the
Lady, Tigers' offense with two
hits each.
An eight-run, inning for Slo-
comb in the third blew the road
game open and had the Lady
Tigers playing catch-up the
rest of the way.

Grand Ridge 10,Chipley 5
CHIPLEY -.Grand Ridge Lady
Indians softball team continued
to rack up the wins, making it
six in a row with a 10-5 road
win over Chipley. The Lady In-
dians traveled to Chipley and
served up a dish of revenge for
their earlier season loss. Grand
Ridge's Brandi Strickland re-
sponded with a complete game
to get the win.

Marianna takes a pair
CHIPLEY The Marianna
Middle School' Lady Bullpups
picked up a pair of victories,
with both the A and B team. tak-
ing wins from the Lady Tigers
of Rouhlac in Chipley.
. The A team had to come
from behind in the seventh in-
ning after trailing 2-1 at the
end of six. Marianna picked up
three runs in the top of the sev-
enth and held Rouhlac score-
less to notch the win..
The Lady Bullpups won 16-

Sneads 3, Cottondale 1
SSNEADS The Sneads Lady
Pirates softball team bounced
back froni a heartbreaking loss
to Bonifay on Thursday with a
3-1 victory over Cottondale.
S Sneads fell to Bonifay 2-1 in
ninene innings the game before in

Holmes County 16,
Graceville 0
BONIFAY Jesse Gavin give
up two hits with four strikeouts
in improving'to 3-0.
Gavin also had a two-run
double; Aaron Mollet was 3 for
3 with a double, home run and
five RBIs; Jomar Concepcion
2 for 3 with three runs scored;
Jeremy McGowan had a double
and scored four runs; and Will
Thompson added an RBI for
Holmes County (8-2).

Freeport 8, Vernon 0
FREEPORT Michael Graziani
threw a complete-game one-
hitter and had five strikeouts
to blank Vernon and come away
with a win to open District 1-2A

PDL 11, Pensacola
Christian 3
fin was the winning pitcher
with nine strikeouts against
four hits,: Leading hitters were
Griffin, 2 for 4 with a three-run
homer; AlexPropst, 2 for 4 with
a triple and four RBIs; and
Colton Campbell, 3 for 4 with
two RBIs for the Pirates (3-3).

Enterprise 16-13,
Holmes County 14-19
BONIFAY Holmes County
split a high-scoring double-
header. In Game 1, Clayton
French was 3 for 4 with a two-
run home run and four RBIs
and Aaron Mollet 2 for 4 with
two runs scored. Mollet took
the loss in relief.
In Game 2, French had a
two-run homer, Mollet was 2
for 4 with an RBI, Jomar Con-
cepcion was 4 for 4 with two
doubles and three RBIs, Devin
Bice was 3 for 4 with a liome
run, two doubles and three
RBIs, Jeremy McGowan was
3 for 5 with an RBI and Will
Thompson and Travis Mosley
each went 2 for 4 with two RBIs.
Thompson earned the win with
three innings of relief.
Enterprise's Chris Morris
hit two home runs in Game 1
and finished with six RBIs. He
also hit a grand slam in Game
2 .. \ ,
Holmes County (9-3) is at
Marianna on Tuesday.

Cottondale 8, Sneads 5
SNEADS The Cottondale
Hornets took an 8-5 win over
Sneads. The Hornets improved
to 2-3 on the season and 141 in
district play. Aaron McClain
started and pitched three in-
nings for Cottondale to get
the win. He gave up just one
earned run on one hit and four
walks. Cody Saye pitched four.
innings in relief, giving up five
hits, a walk and four earned
Jared Whitehead led the
Cottondale offense, going 2 for
4 with three RBI and two runs,
while Chris Clemmons also'
drove in three.

Cottondale 10-13, West
Gadsden 3-8
dale Hornets swept a double-
header in Chattah9ochee, beat-
ing the West Gadsden Panthers
10-3 in the first game and 13-8
in the second.
Drew Bellamy started and
picked up the win for Cotton-
dale in the first game, going
three innings and surrendering
just one hit and one unearned
run -with three strikeouts. Jar-
ed Whitehead had a big night
offensively for the Hornets, go-
ing 2 for 3 with a .triple, three
RBI and three runs scored.
Bellamy helped himself out
at the plate with two doubles
and an RBI. Nick Jackson went
2 for 2 with a triple, two RBI and
'two runs.'Aaron Obert drove in
a pair and scored pair for Cot-
tondale, which is now 4-3 on the
season and 1-1 in district play.
In the second game, it was
Patrick McClain who ,started
and got the victory for the Hor-
nets, pitching three hitless in-
nings and striking out five.
Jackson gave up three
earned runs in one inning of
relief, with Jared Whitehead
closing it out with a scoreless

Malone 9, Bethlehem 4
MALONE The Malone Ti-
gers baseball team (4-1) got a
9-4 win over Bethlehem Thurs-
day at home in the Tigers' dis-
trict opener.
Will Dunaway started on
the mound for the Tigers and
pitched 4 1/3 innings for the
win, striking out nine and.giv-
ing up four runs on one hit and
four walks. Dunaway also drove
in a pair of runs at the plate.

' .Sports SHORTS

Chamber golf tourney
to be Friday
SBONIFAY The second
annual Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce
Golf Tournament will
be Friday, March 20, at'
The Dogwood Lake Golf
Course near Bonifay.
.. This year's tournament
will feature more than
$2,000 in prize money.
Door prizes include a
two-night stay at the
Sandestin Resort near
Destin. .
New to this.year's
tournament is the chance
to win a brand new, all
aluminum boat 'from
Xtreme Industries Inc. of
The 28 four-,
person teams will
play in two flights in
a scramble format.
Promotional sponsorship
opportunities, including
tee-box signage, still
are available, and
slots are open for
singles interested in
Registration and
breakfast will begin at 7
a.m. First flight off the tee
is scheduled for 9 a.m.
SLunch will be
served. Businesses and'
individuals interested
in participating should
contact the chamber
office at 547-4682.
For information about
the course or tee times,
call 850-547-GOLF.

'Caring Hands, Caring
Heart' 5K run
Memorial Hospital and
the Holmes County .
Tourist Development
Council will co-sponsor
the "Caring Hands,
Caring Heart" 5K Run/
Walk on March 21 during
the Bonifay Down Home
Street Festival.
The run starts at 8
Registration will be
at Middlebrook Park at

7:30 a.m., or you may pre-
register by going online to
com and downloading
your application.
Early registration
fees are $15 for adults 15
years and up and $10 for
children ages 7-14. Race
day registration will be
$20 for adults and $15 for
All proceeds will go
to the DMH Auxiliary to
fund special projects for
the hospital. For more
information, call 547-8193.

HCHS baseball camp
28, Holmes County High
School will host a baseball
camp from 9 a.m. to noon
for ages 8-15. Cost is $25.
Registration begins at 8
There will be free
admission to the HCHS
baseball fundraiser
game from 1-3 p.m. Plate
lunches will be $6 each.
An alumni game is
scheduled for 4 p.m. The
alumni participants entry
fee is $25.
For more information,
call Coach Dixon at 547-
9000 or Carrie Thompson
at 326-0609.

Hunter safety course
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free
hunter safety Internet
completion course in
Washington County..
The course will be at
the Mud Hill Range at 2238
Mud Hill Road in Wausau.
Instruction will be from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., March 29.
Individuals must
complete the Internet
course before coming to
class and are required to
bring a copy of the final
report from the computer
portion of the course to be
admitted. The final report
form does not have to be
An adult must

accompany children under
16 years of age at all times.
The hunter safety course
is required for anyone born
on or after June 1, 1975, to
purchase a Florida hunting
license. The FWC course
satisfies hunter safety

training requirements
for all other states and
Canadian provinces.
Register at MyFWC.
corn or by calling the
FWC's regional office in
Panama City at 850-265-

Vernon 4, Jay 2 with the loss.


The Roulhac Middle School Lady Tiger softball
team finished its regular. season on Friday with a
win over the Vernon Middle School Lady Jackets.
The Lady Tigers are in first place heading into the
Tri-County District.Tournament next week. Other
teams in the tournament will be Bonifay, Grand
Ridge and Vernon. RMS will host. the tournament
Monday and Tuesday, March 23-24. The Lady
Tigers will play Vernon at 6:15 p.m. Monday.



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MARCH 21, 2

The 1st Annual Bonifay Down Home Stree
along J Harvey Ethridge Street and a

Antique Car & Motorcycle Show
Truck Show
Black-eye Pea Cook-Off
"Pickin in the Park" ..
Bluegrass Gospel ..
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Down Home Street Festival
Event Schedule
Saturday, March 21, 2009 P
Bree Sison from Channel 13 WMBB,
festival emcee
6:45 Black Eye Pea Cook-Off Begins
8:00 5k Run/ Walk
9:00 Ribbon Cutting
9:00 Archery Tournament (Fair Grounds)
9:00 Cake Decorating Contest l -
8:00-11:00 Antique Car Show & Truck
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12:00 Black Eye Pea & Cornbread
Sampling B g
1:00 Announcement of winners/Cook-off
& Cake DecoratingC '
1:15 Cake Auction h
1:45 -3:00 Dancing in the Streets
2:00 Car Show Judaina g

Festival committee would like to say
a special Thank You to their Gold
Sponsors for all their support!
The Bank of Bonifay
The Tourist Development Commission
Community South Credit Union
Hatch Mott MacDonald
Tobacco Free Florida
Regions/Bonifay Branch
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Holmes at a glance

Master Gardeners plant
sale to be Saturday
MARIANNA'-March 21 not only
will herald in the'first day of spring,
but the Jackson County Master
Gardener's annual plant sale on
the Extension Service grounds and
pavilion on the north side of the
facility at 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
SThe sale will be from 7 a.m, to 2 p.m.
Saturday, March 21. .
This year, the Master Gardeners
will be focusing on edible plants.
This decision comes on the wings,
of the current, well-attended program
S / the Extension Service is putting on
called "Backyard Vegetables."
"We have more calls these
days on food crops," said Master'
Gardeners President Anita Crossley.
"Homeowners seem to be more
interested in their tomatoes than their
'-lawn. Maybe it's due to the economy,
but we can't rule out the recent food
quality problems either."
The group also will have bare-root
Chinquapin, Mayhaw and Crab Apple
trees, an assortment of landscape
.plants and even some pots of the
carnivorous plant, Saracena.Rubra
i Red Picture Plant). In addition
to a variety of plants, crafts, used
gardening books, baked goods and
food and drinks will be available.
Master Gardener Phillip Smith will
demonstrate how to inoculate oak logs
for Shitake Mushroom production. If
you are not up to the task, logs will be
available for purchase. A few farmers
will be selling their wares while local
S4-H students help you with your
The Master Gardeners hope to.
eventually earn enough money to
build a greenhouse on the property
so they can begin a Junior Master
Gardener Program, provide year-
round education to local residents
and do their own plant propagation.
The greenhouse would be shared with
area 4-H groups, and extension agents
could provide potential greenhouse
growers with some hands-on ,
For more information, call 482-9620 ,
and ask for a Master Gardener.

SHome and Garden Expo.
to be May 8-9
CHIPLEY The TH-County Home.
S: Builders will host the 2009 Home
and Garden Expo May 8-9 at the
"Washington County Agriculture
SCenter on U.S. 90 in Chipley. Show
hours are 3-7 p.m. May 8 and 8 a.m. to
; 4pm. May9. "
If you are a business owner or
tradesman, this is an opportunity
for you to introduce new equipment,
materials, products and services
along with other professionals in
construction, heating and cooling,
floor covering, interior decorating and
screen rooms.
S Indoor 8-by-8-foot spaces cost $125
Each and include one 8-foot table, 8-foot
black drape, 3-foot side drapes, two
chairs and a 110-volt electrical outlet.
Outdoor tents are $125 and include
one 8-foot table and thvo chairs.
This event is expected to draw
more than 500 people who are
interested in building a new home or
improving their existing home.
The proceeds from this event will
fund the Tri-County Home Builders
Association Community Service
Foundation, which is designated for
the improvement and assistance
in home repairs for low-income
homeowners and those with special .
needs, such as wheelchair ramps and
heating systems.
For more information or to reserve
your booth, contact Debbie McCrary
at 638-4436 or 850-482-8802.

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SAbove right, Hank Locklin, the Mayor of McLellan, sings "Send-Me The Pillow That You' Dream On" on Hank
Locklin Day in May at the Imogene Theater. This was one of Locklin's last appearances on stage. The country
music legend March 8 at his home in Brewton; Ala. He was 91. Left: Locklin performs at the Grand Ole'
Opry in 1979 (photo courtesy of the Grand Ole' Opry HistbOry'Book '

'Country star Hank
Locklin dies at 91

Perry. Wels
Lawrence Hankins, known as
Hank Locklin, vwell-knownm country
singer for more than six decades,
died March 8 in his Brewton, Ala.,
home at the age of 91.
Locklin was born Feb. 15, 1918,
Sin McClellan, just outside Munson,
in Santa Rosa County. Locklin,
91, grew up in Santa Rosa County
and was affectionately known as
theJ.Mayor of McLellan. He picked
Cotton as youth. At the age of 9,
he was seriously injured when hit '
by a schoolbus. It wasthen that
he learned to play the guitar. As a
teenager, he got his start in music
onWCOA radio inPensacola.
This resulted in a move to
"the Big D Jamboree of KRLD in
SDallas, with Hank later joining The
Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport,
La., in 1949.
His beautiful tenor singing
voice, his song-writing ability and
guitar playing talents brought a
bid to the world famous Grand Ole
Opry in 1960. His last performance
there was Sept. 8,2007.
Hank Locklin recorded for
RCA Records for 19 years. "Send
Me The Pillow That You Dream
S On," written by Hank, was a'hit
.in 1958. "Please Help Me I'm
SFalling" became a 1960 signature
: song, spending 14 weeks at the top
spot in the Billboard charts and
remaining on the country charts
for 36 weeks. Billboard's 100th
Anniversary issue listed "Please
Help Me I'm Falling" as the No.
2 most successful country single
of the Rock and Roll era. The
Song also won Locklin a Cash Box
SAward for Best County Song.
Other familiar music by Hank
included "Let Me Be The One,"
"Geisha Girl," "Why, Baby, Why"
and "Its' a Little More Like
Heaven." Many more of his songs
became top sellers for the noted
artist as his career skyrocketed.
In the 1970s, Hank hosted TV
shows in Houston and Dallas. In
2001, he released "Generations
in Song," his first album in two
decades. Country singers Dolly
Parton and Vince Gill joined him on
this album. He recently recorded



Country music artist Hank Locklin solc
15 million records, was also a three-
time Grammy award finalist and was
a member of the Grand Ole Opry for
47 years.

his 65th album, "By The Grace of
During-his recording career,
Locklin sold 15 million records.
He was also a three-time Grammy
award finalist.
"I've been blessed to have hit
songs that are timeless and appeal
to the generations," Hank said in a
2001 interview. In speaking humbly
About his accomplishments in2004,
Hank said "I never thought about
Being big. You let otherpeople
think about what you are."
Ron Taylor of Red Level,
Ala., a country music performer
and promoter, described Hank
as having a "great personality,
and a command of the stage
when performing, which came
from knowing that he could sing
and entertain. He neverforced
his singing he just let it come
SPhil Cohron, a great nephew of
Hank Locklin, currently performs
ina group called Three C's Gospel.
The writer heard this band in
January in Andalusia. Phil sings
his uncle's songs with ease and
with a likeness to that of the
beloved artist.
Eddie Stubbs of WSM radio
fame did a two-hour tribute to the
life and music of Hank Locldip on
his March 11 broadcast entitled
Way Back Wednesday.
The singing legend was
honored May 9 at one of the last
music shows in the-Imogene
Theater. In 2007, he was inducted
into Florida's Hall of Fame in
Hank's survivors are his wife,
Anita; a daughter, Margaret
Locklin Kent of Chipley; his son,
Hank Adam Locklin; and a host of
other family members.
The family held a private
funeral service March 12 in
Brewton, where Hank had resided
for the past 25 years.
Later in the afternoon, a
visitation and memorial service
was heldin the church Hank
attended, First Baptist Church in
Brewton. Throngs of Hank's music
fans, fellow musicians, friends
and extended ,family came to pay
respect to the life of a truly great
singer who thrilled and blessed the
hearts of those he sang to.

Florida Freedom Newspapers'
Bill Gamblin contributed to this

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Brandon and Tiffany
Stevenson are proud to
announce the birth of
their daughter Ava McK-
enzie. She was born Dec.
21, .2008 at, Southeast
Alabama Medical Center
and weighed 71bs and 15
ounces and was 21 inches
long. .
Her maternal grand-
parents are Rhonda
Porter and Sam Graf of
Cottondale, 'Danny and
Dr. Annette Garter-Por-
ter of Chipley and Rick-
ey and Penny Raley of
Bonifay. Maternal,great-

grandparents are Paul
and Merle Rebuck of Bon-
ifay, Curtis and Annette
Porter'of Vernon and El-
ton and Betty Crutchfield
of Bonifay.
Paternal grandparents
are Calvin and Joyce Ste-
venson of Vernon! Pater-
nal great-grandparents
are the late William and
Ruby Stevenson of Chi-
pley and Freeman and
Polly Davidson of Calla-
Ava was welcomed
home by her family and

Duke is top Chipola

employee of the month

Chastity Duke, right, has been selected the Chipola
College Faculty/Administrator of the month for March.
Duke has served as Assistant Professor of Nursing since
2003. Here, Duke accepts the award from Chipola senior
vice president Sarah M. Clemmons.



Mr. and Mrs. William
Crutchfield of. Graceville
are pleased to announce
the forthcoming marriage
of their daughter, :Jessica
Ashley to James& Matthew
Woodham son of Dr. and
Mrs. James Meggs Wood-
ham of Cottondale.
The ,bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Lucille
Crutchfield and the late Jim
Crutchfield, Joan Sheph-
rd and the. late James A.
Shepard, all of Graceville.
Jessica is a 2003 graduate of

SSpecialist M atneyjoins

- Woodham to wed the National Guard

Graceville High School and
a 2008 graduate of Florida
State University Panama
City where she earned a
bachelor of science in civil
The Prospective groom
is the grandson of Virginia
Woodham and the lat J.B.
Woodham of Cfiipley and
the'late Mr. and Mrs. H.N.
Sorrells of Arcadia. Matt
is a 2001 Graduate of Chi-
pley High School and is
employed with UPS in Chi-

Raley Odum to wed

Adrienne Raley and Kev-
in Odum will be married in
a private ceremony with
their families on March 28.
Adrienne is the daughter of
Roger and Linda Raley of
Bonifay and Kevin is the son

of Lillian Odum and the late
Hollie Odum of Graceville.
A reception celebration
with friends and family will
begin at 5 p.m.' at the Waits
Mansion at 209 W Kansas
Avenue in Bonifay.

Griffin makes Dean's List
Justin B. Griffin. of
Dothan, Ala. has been
named to the Dean's List
at the University of Ala-
bama for the 2008 fall se-
mester.-This is his third
semester on the Dean's
List. To qualify he had to
maintain a 3.5 grade point
average on a 4.0 scale.
Justin is the son of
Belcher and Nancy Grif- -. '
fin of Dothan. His grand- ,'
parents are Thomas and
Connie Maher of Dothan, P--,' i,.
also Tressie Griffin and J "i .
the late Frank Griffin of

Russ makes Deans List

Amy Michelle Russ, of
Chipley, :made the Deans
List, of Academic 'Honor
for the 2008 fall semester
at. Oglethorpe University
in Atlanta, Ga.' She' was
also inducted into the Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, National
Leadership Honor Society
during the fall semester.
Russ recently returned

from Austin, Mass, where
she represented Ogletho-
rpe Phi Eta Sigma, Na-
tional Honor Society for the
top 10 percent in the nation.
She is a 2006 High Honors
graduate of Chipley High
School and is a senior at
Her parents are Bessie
and Jimmy Russ of Chipley

Specialist Mitchell
"Cody" Matney, son of De-
nise and Coleman Arm-
strong; joined the Nevada
National Guard and gradu-
ated basic training at Fort
Jackson, S.C. in June 2007.
He went on to do his AIT
at Fort Sill, Okla. as a fire
support specialist forward
observer. He graduated
with top honors. His unit 1-
221-CAV of the Nevada Na-
tional guard will deploy to
Afghanistan this summer.


Retherford Reunion
Retherford family and
friends are invited to the
annual Retherford re-
union Saturday, April 4,
at Curry's Landing in an.
attempt to recapture the
family spirit from where it
was first'originated. There
will be lots of fun, food and
'fellowship. The festivities
will get started around
10:30 a.m. with a fish fry
and continue on into the
afternoon with entertain-
Take your favorite dish-
es, a comfortable chair,

and the entire family for
"A Reunion" on,'the Choc-
tawhachee River.
For more' information
contact Phyllis Retherford
at 334-6842101 or Larry
Retherford at 850-229-2546
or 850-665-1070.

Pipkin Reunion
The Pipkin Family Re-
union will be held March
21 at noon in the Bethel
Primitive Baptist Church
on Hwy 173. Take a favorite
covered dish to share. For
more information call Ber-
nell Pipkin at 547-3328.

Local girl lives dream

CHIPLEY Angela De-
Lois Butler is living her.
' lifelong dream. She has ap-
peared in the trailer clip for
the movie Madea Goes to
Jail and as an extra in the
movie (look for the lady in
gree n. Butler has also ap-
peared in two FSU produc-
tions, The Disability Factor
and Deaf Men Finish Last.

She has held positions of
radio talk show commenta-
tor as far away as Califor-
nia and appeared on Tele-
vision DCP-Atlahta with
Another Bad Creation.
Butler is a 1988 gradu-.
ate of Chipley High School.
Her mother is Bessie Russ
and her stepfather is Jim-
mie Russ, of Chipley.

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Geneva Festival on the Rivers to be held in April

GENEVA, ALA The 34th annual
Geneva Festival on the Rivers
will be held April 24-26.
*April 24; downtown parade
line up at 4 p.m. parade begins
at 4:30 p.m. pt the First Baptist
Church and ends at Robert Fowl-
er Memorial Park for the annual
ribbon cutting to officially open
the festival.
Encore dance students under
the direction of Kelli Smith will

be per-forming at the park im-
mediately after the ribbon cut-
April 25 gates open at 8 a.m.
Enjoy events such as; worm fid-
dling, tug-of-war, coin scramble,
world championship sculling
contest and canoe race and chil-
dren's games.
There will be a car show, food
vendors, arts and crafts and oth-
er ven-dors and music through-

out the day.
Take a step back in time with
the River Festival heritage ac-
tivities, re-enactors of 1814 era,
Civil War, WWI and WWII. along
with a basket maker, bowl carv-
er, blacksmith, Riverboat John's
Strolling Banjo play-ing and sto-
rytelling time and more.
Culminating with talent
search winners, The Springs,
Carolina Rain and Sammy Ker-

For ticket information, call
334-313-8177, vendor informa-
tion, 334- 248-2432, 334-313-8177,
*April 26, Praise and Worship
begins at 11 a.m.
Beginning at 1 p.m. Prayer:
Jeremy Forehand; Star Span-
gled Banner Song By: Candace
Dixon, Gospel Talent Search
Winners, Amy Fore-hand, Safe

Harbor (Piney Grove, Samson)
and Lynn Hartline, Mercy Rain,
The Master's Men, And The
Bring your family back to
the festival grounds on Sunday.
Food vendors and the food court
will be open, so plan to eat at the
food court after church for an
afternoon of fun and rexlatation
at geneva festival on the rivers.
Bring your lawn chair both days.

__Community NEWS

CHS Yearbooks
CHIPLEY Attention Chi
pley High School students
and parents: you can still
purchase your yearbook on
line, but time is running out
Until March 31, 2009, you
can pre-order your year
book for $50 at jostensyear
You also may order with
check or cash on campus
during the week of March
23-27. This will be the fi.
nal on-campus presale, sc
make plans now to order
your yearbook this month.

Easter Star Beauty
BONIFAY The Easter
Star Beauty Pageant will be
held on Saturday, April 4 at
the Holmes County Ag Cen-
ter in Bonifay.
Contestants: Boys; 0-6
years and Girls 0-21 years.
The dress is Easter attire.
A portion of the proceeds
will go to Easter Seals. The
first five paid contestants
will get a discount. Pick up
forms at New To "U", down-
town Bonifay.
For more information
call Wanda at 547-4810. or
Bernyce at 547-3474 after 5

Financial abuse and
fraud seminar
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging
will sponsor a free Financial
Abuse and Fraud Semi-nar
at Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital in Chipley
on March '24 from 10 11

Civil War headstone
day, March 28, at 11a.m. the
United Daughters of the
Confederacy and the Sons
of Coinfederafe Veterans will
hold a Civil War headstone
ceremony at the Old and
New Sardis cemeteries, in
EnterpriseFree Will Baptist
Church and a private family
cemetery located on High-
way 39 North. There will be
seven headstones erected
for the following Civil War
'veterans: Allen White (1827-
1894) Cobb'Guards, Geor-
gia Infantry Co A attached
to the 22nd Battalion GA
Artillery as Co G; William
Sanders White (1838-1884)
17th Georgia Infantry Regi-
ment Co D Decatur Guards;

Daniel White (1812-1905)
5th Regiment Georgia Vol-
- unteer Co C Privates; Ed-
s ward Aman (1833-1889) Co
1 G, 13th Regiment, Georgia
- Volunteer Infantry, Evan's
SBrigade, Gordon's Division,
a Army of Northern Virginia,
- C.SA., Early County GA,
- 5th 'Corporal; Washington
Nobles (1819-1890) 5th Regi-
Sment Georgia Volunteer Co
s C Privates; Warren Nobles
1 (1846-1930) 5th Regiment
SGeorgia Volunteer Co C.
SPrivates; and James Alfred
r Brownlee (1845-after 1888)
Co E, Regiment 13, Georgia
The headstone for James
Alfred Brownlee will be a
memorial marker only, not
Sthe actual grave site which
Sis unknown to the family.
t These veterans are descen-
Sdents of the Brownlee, No-
bles, White, Goocher, Aman,
'Robinson, Driver, Temples,
Sirmons and Davis families.
SAll descendents, as well as
Sthe general public, are en-
couraged to come out and
witness the event.

S BBQ Cook-Off in
* MARIANNA Barbecue
teams and individuals are
heating up the grills as they
practice their favorite award
winning recipes and pre-
pare to take home the cash
prizes. Barbecue chairman
Richard Kunde invites local
cooks to fire up their favor-
ite recipes in the Backyard
Barbecue and Ancillary
Anyone can enter com-
petitions in the following
categories: chicken, stew,
sauce, anything but pork
and dessert. Entry fee is
$25' per category or $100 for
all five:
For, barbecue connois-
seurs, a fee of $3 will let you
be the judge in the People's
Choice Award. Your taste'
buds will determine the
winner of some of the fin-
est barbecue in the south as
you get to judge the pro-fes-
sional barbecue teams.
At least 20 professional
barbecue teams are expect-
ed to enter several festival
competitions which are pre-
liminaries to the Memphis
in May national barbecue
competition, held in Mem-
phis, Tenrm. in May.
For more information
regarding the. barbecue
contests, contact Richard
Kunde at 209-2959 or e-mail
him at richardkunde@hot-

Annual Geneva
County Pageant
'SAMSON, ALA The an-
nual Geneva County pag-
eant will be held Saturday,
April 25 in the Samson Ele-
mentary Cafetorium.
Baby Miss, 0-23 moths;
Tiny Miss, 2-3 'years; .Fu-
ture Little Miss, 4-6 years;
Young Junior Miss, 7-9;
Junior Miss, 10-12.
There will be no prac-
tices and no interviews for
these divisions. These age
division are open to any-
one in Alabama, Florida
and Georgia.
Little Miss, first grade;
Teem Miss, 13-16; and
Miss, 17-21 divisions will
be held at 7 p.m. Miss and
little Miss contestants
must reside or go to school
in Geneva County an will
represent Geneva County
in the National Peanut
Festival Pageants in Oc-
Teen Miss division is
open to anyone in Ala-
bama, Florida and Geor-
gia. All three divisions will
have interviews and two
Winners from the morn-
ing pageant will be spe-
cial guest at the evening
pageant, be presented on
stage and assist in the
crowning ceremonies. All
visiting queens from other
areas are welcome and
will re-ceive special recog-
For more information,
contact Terri King at (334)
898-7508, Lauren Fountain
at (334) 726-3544 or Fladen
Ward, (334) 449-1616.

Payment Limitations
and Payment Eligibility
Debby Folsom, Acting Ex-
ecutive Director for the US-
DA's Farm Service Agency
(FSA) in Florida announced
that the comment period
for the regulation defining
actively en-gaged participa-
tion in a farming operation
has been extended for an
additional 60 days, FSA is
seeking a diverse range of
comments from different ar-
eas of the United States and
farming communities.
SWith this extension, the
public may continue to sub-
mit comments until April 6,
2009. The extension docu-
ment is available at www.

Spring Farm Day at
Landmark Park
mark Park will offer visi-
tors a glimpse into, what
rural life was like a century
ago during the 26th annual
Spring Farm Day on Satur-
day, March 21, 2009, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
The day's activities will
include -demonstrations
of old-fashioned skills and
crafts like plowing with
mules and horses, shearing
sheep, blacksmithing, i and
more. Volunteers dressed
in 1890s attire will invite
visitors to the historic dwell-
ings to observe the house-
hold pursuits of times past.
They will quit, sew by hand

and with a treadle-powered
sewing machine, cook on a
wood stove and on the open
hearth, wash clothes and
make soap, demonstrate
home crafts and games,
and relate their own memo-
ries of farm life.
A crowd favorite will.be
the 23rd annual Old-Time
'Fiddlers' Convention. Con-
testants will compete in
four age categories, and
acoustical musicians can
gather in the Fiddlers' Cor-
ner for jam sessions during
the day
The third annual Ala-
bama State Horse and
Mule Plowing Contest will
serve as Alabama's official
plow-ing competition. Con-
testants will be judged in a
variety of areas, including
depth of furrow, straight-
ness of furrow and cleanli-
ness of sidewall.
The park's Martin Drug
Store and Shelley General
Store will be open for busi-
ness, providing visitors
with treats from the oper-
ating soda fountain or old-
fashioned items typical of a
country store. Conces-sions
will be available during the
Admission is $8 for
adults, $6 for senior citi-
zens, $4 for children, and
free for children ages three
and under. Park members
are admitted free.
Landmark Park, home
of the Alabama Agricultural
Museum, is a 100-acre his-
torical and natural science
park. For more information,
contact the park at 334-794-

Battle of the Bands
Spring Arts and Crafts Fes-
tival and Battle of the Bands
will be held March 28 from
9,a.m. 6 p.m. at Compass
Lake in the Hills Lodge, 645
Compass Lake Drive, just
south of Alford. Admission
is free of charge and open to
the public.
This fund raising event
for the Compass Lake Vol-
unteer Fire Department
will include arts and crafts
vendor, food vendors back-
yard home. improvement
vendors, partners for Pets,
public service vendors,
music, children's activities,
door prizes and raffles and
much more.
For more information or
to participate call 850-579-

2009 Local Color
Juried Art Show
DOTHAN The Dothan
Wiregrass Art League will
sponsor the 2009 Local Col-
or Juried Art Show on April
17-19 at the Cultural Arts
Center, 909 S. St. Andrews
Street in Dothan. There is
no entry fee.
A reception and presen-
tation of awards will be held
Friday from 6-8 p.m. Show
hours are 10 a.m. 8 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday and
Sunday Afternoon from 1-4
* All artwork will be avail2
able for viewing and pur-
chase during the show. To
submit your works of art for
the show, contact Dothan
Wiregrass Art League at
(334) 792-9655.

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Chipola advances in Brain Bowl competition

MARIANNA For the second
- straight year, the Chipola College
Brain Bowl A team finished second
in the Community College NAQT
National Championship.
Chipola A and Chipola B finished
second and sixth respectively in
the 24-team field at the national
championship held Feb. 28 at Valencia
Community College.
Chipola A finished second in the
nation for the second year in a row.
Teams were initially bracketed into
threebrackets of eight. The top
two finishers in each bracket then
advanced to the top bracket, where
they played each other in another
round robin. Chipola A finished the
initial round undefeated, but lost two
of the four matches in the re-bracket,
giving them a 9-2 overall record.
J. Sargent Reynolds College
finished with a 10-1 record, giving
them a place in the finals. Northeast
Alabama and defending champion
Valencia also finished with a 9-2
record, making it a three way tie for
second place. Chipola A then defeated
Northeast Alabama and Valencia
in back-to-back games in a jam
packed auditorium to advance to the
championship game, where they lost
to J, Sargent Reynolds.
Chipola B may have been the
real story of the tournament. The
number three team in their bracket,
Chipola B, knocked off number
two seed Snead State and top seed
J. Sargent Reynolds in the initial
round robin. This was the only loss
in the tournament for the eventual
champion, J. Sargent Reynolds.
By finishing with a 6-1 record in
the first round robin, Chipola B also
made their way to the top bracket of
six. Chipola B had a tougher time in
the top bracket, losing all four games,
including the game against Chipola A,
but the all-freshmen team had a very
impressive tournament.
This was the first separate
community college national
championship that has ever been
held. It is not affiliated with the
FCCAA State Championship.
Therefore, both Chipola A and
Chipola B still have a chance to win
the Florida state championship,
which be held at Brevard Community
College on March 27-28. Chipola is the
defending state champion.
By virtue of their success at

CHIPOLA BRAIN BOWLERS FINISH SECOND AND SIXTH AT NATIONALS: For the second straight year, the Chipola College
Brain Bowl A team finished second in the Community College NAQT National Championship. Chipola B
finished sixth in the 24-team field at the national championship held Feb. 28 at Valencia Community College.
Gold team members are: Brad Wells, Anthony Garrett, Jordan Belser and Ryan Wells.

Chipola Brain Bowl Blue team members are: Nathan Hooppell, Ethan Hewett, Cody Pickens, Anthony Berkeley
and Drew Padgett.

the community college national
tournament, both Chipola teams
now advance to the Division II
Championship, which will be held in
Dallas, Texas on April 3-4.
The top six finishers at the
community college championship
automatically qualify for the Division
II Championship, which will include

first and second year players from
four year colleges including Cornell,
Davidson, Northwestern, Ohio State,
Princeton, UCLA, Vanderbilt and
Chipola A Team Members and their
high school alma maters are: Jordan
Belser, Holmes County High; Anthony
Garrett, Marianna High; Brad Wells

and Ryan Wells, Altha High.
Chipola B Team Members
are: Anthony Berkley, Holmes County
High; Ethan Hewett, Sneads High;
Nathan Hooppell, Sneads High; Drew
Padgett, Graceville High and Cody
Pickeris, Sneads High.
Chipola Brain Bowl coaches are
Stan Young and Dr. Robert Dunkle.

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TROY Alumni
welcomes new
DOTHAN, Ala. -The
Wiregrass Chapter of Troy
University's Alumni As-
sociation inducted new of-
ficers during the group's
first meeting of the year
on Tuesday, March 10.
.The new officers are
Ben Armstrong, 'presi-
dent; Scott Childers, vice
president (president
elect); Brandi Gilland,
secretary and Steve Kin-
gry, treasurer.
Members of the Wire-
grass Chapter .board in-
clude: Doug .Wynn, past
president; Gayla White,
Deborah Pettway, Linda
Casey, Brian Holloway,
SCarl White, Shannon Col-
lins, Susan Holmes, Tara
Brackin, Stan Eldridge
and Ken Lambert.
The 6 p.m. meeting was
-held on the Dothan Cam-
pus, inside the Harrison
Room in Malone Hall.

Featured speakers for
the event were Richard
Shaughnessy, TROY foot-
ball strength and condi-
tioning coach, and TROY.
graduate Leodis ,McKel-
vin, who was drafted by the
Buffalo Bills llth overall in -
the 2008 NFL draft.

New Chipola College
short courses
College will offer a vari-
ety of short courses in the
coming weeks.
The following Manda-
tory training for Child
Care Facility Personnel
and Family Child Care
Home is scheduled: Spe-
cial Needs Appropriate
Practices, April 1i; 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Costs is $43.
An Observing & Re-
cording Child Behavior
course will meet Monday
& Wednesday, May 13
through June 22 from 6 to
9:20 p.m. Cost is $191. ,
Chipola also offers
custom workshops. The
following are available:

Eat That Frog: Stop Pro-
crastinating and Get More
Done; Whale Done: The
Power of Positive Rela-
tionships; The Pygma-
lion Effect: Managing the
Power of Expectations;
Discussing Performance;
The Attitude Virus: Cur-
ing Negativity in the Work-
place; Team Building:
What makes a Good Team
Player?;. and, After All,
You're the Supervisor!
Gatlin Education Ser-
vices (GES) offers, open
enrollment, online cours-
es in: health care, internet
graphics/web design, busi-
Sness, law and travel. Reg-
ister online at www.gatlin-
Education To Go of-
fers online programs in:;
computers, photography,
languages, writing, enter-
tainment, grant writing,
business, sales, account-
ing, test prep, finance,
health, child care, parent-
ing, art; history, psychol-
ogy, literature, statistics,
philosophy, engineering,
law and nursing. For dates

and course outlines, visit
For information about
any of these non-credit
courses, call 850-718-2395.

St. Jude Children's
Research Hospital
There will be a Walk-
A-Thon for St. Jude Chil.
dren's Research Hospital
March 21, from 9 a.m. to
noon in the Ponce de Leon
City Park. Contact Debbie
Kolmetz at 850-836-5116
for more information.

Sixth annual
'Legends and Lore'
CHIPLEY Bill Maphis,
president- of Friends of
Falling Waters State an-
nounced the sixth annual
Legends and Lore Festi-
val to be held March 27-
28. Free admission from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m., both days.'
This heritage event, di,
erected toward education

of the youth and gE
public, is an oppor
to learn about the h
legends, lore and
that are a vital part
area's heritage.
Exhibitors and
teers are encourage
participate in presE
and telling the corn
ty's story, through
and demonstrations
Friday, March 27
voted to area schoc
dren. Saturday, Mar
the festival suggests
nation toward the si
of the event.
For full details o
Legends and Lore
val and information
Friends of Falling V
State Park, contact
Maphis at 850-638-8
visit www.Friends

New Phi Thei
Kappa member
Gulf Coast Cc
nity College's newe
Theta Kappa me
include: Jennifer Gi

of this

Westville, Nichole Krause,.
Chipley and Juli Worley of

Tax help

volun- MARIANNA -- In order
,ed to to help more local citizens
serving get the most refund due
[muni- them; Chipola College
crafts business instructor Lee
Shook and his student vol-
is de- unteers are providing free
)1 chil- tax preparation and free
rch 28 electronic filing.
s a do- The free service-for
ipport individual tax returns
only-is available from 10
)n the a.m. to 2 p.m., on Wednes-
Festi- days, through April 15.
about Other times maybe sched-
Vaters uled by appointment.
At Bill The free service usu-
243 or ally takes no longer than
ofFall- 30 minutes. For faster
refunds, taxpayers are
asked to bring a personal
tia check which has- routing
information needed, for
Drs electronic refunds.
)mmu- To make an appoint-
;st Phi ment for free tax assis-
mbers tarice, call Lee Shook at
roce of 850-718-2368.


Food safety recalls also affect pets

It seems like more and
more cases are reported
every day of eontamina-
. tion to -our food supply.
The recent case of Sal-
monella found in peanut
Butter' products is just
one example of this poten-
tially dangerous problem.
While the media coverage
about these outbreaks: iti
typically centers on the di
human food supply, there an
is also a danger to the food Bz
Swe feed -our pets as well.
Dr. John Bauer, Pro- th
fessor of Small Animal til
Medicine &'Faculty of Nu- pe
Strition at the Texas A&M- v(
University College of Vet- pi
Seminary Medicine & Bio-
medical- Sciences, puts it ar
this way, "Petfood safety m
Sis family food safety. Not- to
only are pets increasingly ca
part of our families, but or
any food we prepare for n'
them will come in contact fo
With our hands or kitchen b-
surfaces." sc
While people are more. W
and more concerned with pi
their pet'S well being, it la
is also important to note co
that there isasiniijarityin
-the physiology of humans ei
and our pets. Therefore,, st
we can contract manyy of w
the same diseases, disor- c(
ders and syndromes that, r
they can from contami- st
nated food. of
"Salmonella, E. coli, tc
Sand Lysteria are the most hi
common of the harmful ..
bacteria that .are found mi
-in both human and pet sa
food. All three of these fo
can cause mild to very ar
serious gastro-intestinal t
problems including vom- cc

As with humans, those that
are the most susceptible to these
bacteria are pets that are very
young, very old or immune-
compromised in any way.

Ing, diarrhea and dehy-
'ation in both humans
id animals," explains
As with humans, those
Lat are the most suscep-
ble to these bacteria are
its that are very young,
iry old or immune-com-
romised in any way.
"For these 'at risk'
animals, food contami-
ation can cause symp-
ims so severe that it can
iuse, neurological dis-
rders and even death,"
otes Bauer. Although
od. contamination can
1 dangerous, it is also
)mewhat .preventable.
'ashing and cooking food
properly can reduce a
rge portion of biological
"Food safety is ev-
yone's responsibility,"
;ates Bauer. "People
ant to blame the food.
)mpanies, the restau-
ants or the grocery
stores, but safe handling
d food 'should extend,
Show it is handled at
Some foods that are
lost susceptible to food
ifety issues are raw
oods and meats. Fruits
nd vegetables can con-
ain biologically active
montaminants if they are.

grown with non-potable
water or if run-off from
animal facilities gets into
the ground water.
"There seems to be an
increased interest in feed-
ing pets a raw diet," notes
Bauer. "While I personal-
ly recommend cooking all
food you give your pets,
if you do feed your pets
raw foods make sure you
are handling and washing
them properly. .However,
no matter what food you
give to your pets, consult
your veterinarian to make
sure that it is safe and
contains the proper nutri-
ents your pet requires."
-In addition to safe food
handling and prepara-
tion, pet owners should
also be diligent in making
sure that the food they
are feeding their pets is
not currently suspected
of contamination. '
"The American Vet-
erinary Medical Associ-
ation's (AVMA) website
has a variety of resources
and alerts users to any
pet food re-calls and sus-
pected contamination,"
recommends Bauer. "The
FDA also has an animal
and veterinary: section
that included warnings of
known pet food contami-

While these resources
can- be helpful in avoid-
ing foods that are already
known to contain harmful
contaminants,, unfortu-
nately there may be some
out there that have not
yet been recognized.
"If you think your pet
has eaten something that
has made it sick your first
line of defense should
Always be your veteri-
narian," advises Bauer.
"Veterinarians are just as
worried about all aspects
of. pet safety as you are
and it's important that
they. are aware of any
possible food contamina-
Stion so any problem is
identified and dealt with
as quickly as possible."
Although the FDA,
Food companies, and pet.
food companies test for
all contaminants tl~ey
know can cause illness,
it's impossible to test -for
all the unknowns.
S"If everyone whose pet
is experiencing problems
with a particular food or
product takes their pet
to the veterinarian then
a pattern can emerge
quickly and fewer ani-
mals will ultimatelybe af-
fected," concludes Bauer.

Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine &. Biomedical
',Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can
be viewed on the Web at
edul. Suggestions, for
future topics may be di-
rected to editor@cvm.

Community NEWS

Car show
ROSEMARY BEACH Eighth Annual Route 30-A An-
tique and Vintage car show is scheduled for March 28
. from 10 a.m. 3 p.m. on Rosemary Beach. There will be
Live music; many demonstrations and a Peoples Choice
Award will be presented. For more information, call
HIilltop Productions at 850-951-2148.

2009 DCP signup underway
Enrollment for the 2009 Direct and Counter-cy-
clical Payment (DCP) Program for farms with base
acres is underway both online and at local USDA Ser-
Svice Centers and will continue until June 1,2009.
Producers are urged to make use of the eDCP au-
tomated website to sign up;. however, producers can
visit any USDA Service Center or their administra-
tively assigned center to complete their 2009 DCP
The June 1, deadline is mandatory for all partici-
pants. USDA will not accept any late-filed applica-
tions., '
SThe electronic DCP (or eDCP) service saves
producers time, reduces paperwork and speeds up
contract processing at USDA Farm Service Agency
(FSA) officers. It is available to all producers who are
eligible to participate in the DCP program and can be
accessed at http://www.fsa.usda.gov/dcp.
To,access the service, producers must have an ac-
tive USDA eAuthentication Level 2 account, which re-
quires filling out an online registration format http://
www.eauth.egov.usda.gov followed by a visit to the lo-
cal USDA Service Center for identity verification.

ABWA Scholarship Application
The Emerald Coast Chapter of the American Busi-
ness Worien's Association (ABWA) donates proceeds
from the ABWA Billy Bowleg Boating Poker Run to
scholarships for local men and women.
In 2008, $16,000 was awarded to students through-
out Okaloosa County. The 2009 Scholarship program is
under way and the scholarship application and instruc-
tions are available below. The application and required
materials are dide by March 20,2009.
Applications and instructions can be retrieved from
Students may also pick-up applications at their per-
spective high school; please see your guidance coun-
selor for more information. Ifyou have any questions
about the scholarship program, please contact Elaine
Sheldon, the Education Chair, at 850-225-4200.
Return the completed application to:
Elaine Sheldon; Education Committee Chairper-
son; Emerald Coast Chapter, ABWA; PO. Box 731; Fort
Walton Beach, FL 32549-0731.

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,BCFWomen's Ensemble'

to perform inIChipley

CHIPLEY -' The Women's Ensemble each one requiring an audition to par-
at The Baptist College of Florida will ticipate. They will present a collection of
perform at 6 p.m. March 22 at Sand Hills musical compositions, including classical
Baptist Church in Chipley. The elite per- and contemporary choral works forwom-
formance group is directed by BCF'pro- en, spirituals and hymn arrangements.
fessor Buford E. Cox and accompanied For more information on the Womefi's
on the piano by Linda Vaughn. Ensemble or other music programs of-
The ensemble consists of 14 female fered at The Baptist College of Florida,
singers and four distinct vocal sections, call 800-328-2660 ext. 427. The Women's Ensemble at The Baptist College'of Florida

No one cares for my soul

When Saul was pursuing David to kill him, Da-
vid hid in a cave to escape Saul. During his time
in the cave, David writes Psalm 142. In the first
four verses David writes, "I cried unto the LORD
with my voice; with my voice unto the LORD did
I make my supplication. .
I poured out my complaint before him; I
showed before him my trouble. When my spirit
was overwhelmed within me, then thou knewest
my path. In the way wherein I walked have they
privily laid a snare for me. I looked on my right
hand, and beheld,, but there was no man that
would know me: refuge failed me; no man cared
for my soul." David says that no one cares for his
soul. It is interesting to read the account of this
in 1 Samuel 22 arid see that there are 400 men
willing to die for David that are with him in that
Do you ever feel like this sometimes? That no
one really cares for you? This is the way David
feels here. This is the way it is, though, many
times. People wish us well and want us to do
well, but at times, we just feel like
Sno one cares what happens to us.
In this article, I hope you will see
that there are those who care for
I believe God cares for your
soul" In Romans 5:8, Paul writes,
"But God commendeth his love
toward us, in that, while we were
LET YOUR yet sinners, Christ died for us."
LIGHT SHINE God truly cares for us because
WesWebb He gave us His Son. What more
could anyone ever give than their
only son. In 2 Peter 3:9, it says, "The Lord is not
slack concerning his promise, as some men
count slackness; but is long-suffering toward us,
not willing that' any should perish, but that all
should come to repentance." See God loves all
mankind, and all God wants is for us to come to
Him in repentance and obey all of His command-
'ments. God truly loves us and cares for our soul.
I believe Jesus Christ cares for our soul.
Imagine going to. some third-world country and
being deprived of all the benefits we have been
accustomed to here. Having to sleep where they,
sleep and eat where they eat. Christ left far more
when he left Heaven for me? Luke 19:10 says,
"For the Son of man is come to seek and to,save
that"which was lost."
Christ came to seek and to save you and me.
We need to take it personally. Christ died for me.
Paul wrote in Galatians 2:20, "I am crucified
with Christ; nevertheless I live; yet not I, .but
Christ liveth in me: and -the life which I now live
in the flesh I live by the faith, 6f the Son of God,
who loved me, and gave himself for me." Christ
gave Himself for me. Are we willing to give of
ourselves in return? What more could anyone
give to you to show you that they care for you?'
Probably most important of all is whether you
care for your own soul or not. You have to care.
No one is going to be drug into heaven kicking
and, screaming. When Paul was before Felix in
Acts 24, Paul told Felix what he needed to know,
and Paul even says that Felix knew within him-
self, but in Acts 24:25 Felix says, "And as he rea-
soned of righteousness, temperance, and judg-
ment to come, Felix trembled, and answered, Go
thy way for this time; when I have a convenient
season, I will call for thee." Felix knew he was not
right, but he told Paul to go away He didn't care
enough about himself to change.
Once again, we see a man of position and pow-
er in Simon the Sorcerer, who needs to make a
change in his life. In Acts 8, we see that Simon
wants to buy the gift of the Holy Spirit so he can
use it to make a profit, but Peter rebukes him
because his heart is not right. Acts 8:22-24 says,
"Repent therefore of this thy wickedness, and
pray God, if perhaps the thought of thine heart
maybe forgiven thee. For I perceive that thou art
in the gall of bitterness, and in the bond of iniq-
uity. Then answered Simon, and said, Pray ye to
the Lord for me, that hone of these things which
ye have spoken come upon me." Here we see a
man who cared for his bwn soul. We must start
with ourselves. We must care for our own souls
to make any good come out of our lives.
I believe there are those who care for your
soul. I know God cares and Jesus Christ cares
by all that they have done for us. The next time
you are down and think that no one cares for you,
think about all they have done for you. I really
believe the real question is, do you care enough
for yourself to make a change and obey their will
and be saved?
This message has been provided by Wes
Webb, evangelist, Chipley of Christ, 1295 Brick-
yard Rd. Chipley, FL 32428, 850-638-2366.

BCF alum Rickey Baxley' leads worship at The Baptist College of Florida.

BCF alum returns to lead worship

Baxley, a 1992 graduate of
The Baptist College of Flor-
ida in Graceville returned
to campus. March 9 to lead
worship in the R. G. Lee

Currently serving as the
minister of music at the
First Baptist Church of Lynn
Haven, Baxley has passed
on his love for music to all

his children. His daughter,
Christina Baxley, is a. cur-
rent student at BCF, major-
ing in music education and
a member of the Women's

To learn more about the
music programs offered at
The Baptist College of Flor-
ida, call 800-328-2660 ext. 460
or visit the Web site at www.

The Baptist College of Florida's College Singers

Concert scheduled at BCF March 26

GRACEVILLE The Music and Wor-
ship Division at The Baptist College of
Florida will perform "The Peaceable
Kingdom" by Randall Thompson at 7
p.m. March 26 in the R. G. Lee Chapel.
The concert will not only feature

The College Singers in a 25-minute
unaccompanied choral work based on
passages found in the book of Isaiah,
but also include instrumental music
from George Gershwin and perfor-
mances by the Male Chorale, Women's

Missions rummage sale planned

BONIFAY Suzanne Artley, recently returned
from a seven-week study in the Holy Land, in-
vites everyone to a missions rummage sale
March 21 on the Corner of Kansas and Wauke-
sha, next to Region's Bank at Sim's Insurance.
All shoppers are welcome, and boxes of "jurtk"
to be turned into treasure at the sale area be-
ing accepted. All proceeds will go to fund future
Artley is scheduled to join a small group going
'H ,:' to Laos in May after graduation from SEU. This
R . /' "-.. .,\ evangelism is organized by Carmel Church.
She is the daughter of Don and Lynda Carroll
'B '*7' Sand is making a missionary commitment to serve
S" at Surfing the Nations starting in the summer of
2009; Artley will be raising all her own expense
SuznneArteyCall Lynda at 547-2098 to make arrangements
Suzanne Artley to drop off donations.

Ensemble, College Winds and the BCF
music faculty
Admission is free and open to the
public. For more information, please
contact the Music and Worship Divi-
sion at 850-263-3261 ext. 427.

Karyn Brinkmeyer

to perform
Singer/songwriter Karyn
Brinkmeyer will be in concert at
6 p.m. March 22 at East Pittman
Freewill Baptist,
1255 Hwy 179,
Bonifay. Record-
ing as an inde-
pendent artist,
AIRA in New
York voted her
one of their top
female vocalists,
and Embassy BRINKMEYER
Music in' Nash-
ville selected her
as one of the Top 40 indepen-
dent vocalist chosen to sing at
Opryland Hotel.

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Ministry NEWS

Business program offered
GRACEVILLE In direct re-
sponse to the, growing need
among Christian businessmen
and women for biblical prin-
ciples and 'business training,
The Baptist College of Florida
in Graceville is offering a'29-se-
'mester-hour concentration in
business as part of the' Bachelor
of Arts in Leadership and Chris-
tian Education degree.
The new business concentra-
tion in the Bachelor of Arts in
Leadership and Christian Edu-
cation degree includes courses
in accounting, business finance,
economics, business law and
ethics, biblical business prin-
ciples, diot-for-profit business, as
well as several others-.
For more information on the
business concentration, please
contact BCF at 800-328-2660 ext.

New pastor
CHIPLEY Grace and Glory
Independent Church, on Rail-
road Avenue in Chipley, is proud
.to announce that Ed Traut is
coming to minister on March
23 and 24. The public is invited
to attend. Traut started his min-
istries at Prophetic Voice Min-
istries in South Africa and now
lives in San Antonio, Texas. Ser-
vices will start at 7 p.m.
/ .* ..

Ole Time Camp Meeting
BONIFAY Bethany Baptist

Church will host an Ole Time
Camp Meeting through March
20. A meal will be served at 6
p.m., followed by evening ser-
vices at 7 p.m. nightly. Bro. Scott
Roper will be special guest
speaker, and Vessels of Clay
will perform. Bethany Baptist
church is 10 miles north of Boni-
fay on Highway 79.

Blessed Trinity fish fry
BONIFAY Blessed Trinity
of Bonifay will host a catfish and
grouper fish fry from 4 to 7:30
p.m. March 27 and April 3. Plates
cost $7 for adults and $4 for chil-
dren. You may eat in or take out.
The church is at 2331 Hwy. 177A
in Bonifay.

Creation Science
Ministry conference
BONIFAY Have you ever
pondered how science and the
Bible work together?
JIt actually does if you take the
time to put everything together
with, the right understanding.
You can launch, into an in-depth
study on your own or you can at-
tend the Rev. Bob Swinson's Cre-
ation Science Ministry confifer-
ence March 22 at Gully Springs
Baptist Church and West Pitman
Baptist Church.
.One pastor noted after his
church hosted the conference:
"It was very scholarly but also
practical. It was scientifically
accurate, but it was Biblically

based. It was challenging for
the highly knowledgeable, and
yet it was understandable to the
baby Christians," said Dr. Gene
You can attend the conference
at Gully Springs Baptist Church
during any or all of the' three
,sessions at 9:30 a.mf., 10:45 a.m.
or 1 p.m. .There also will be an
evening conference at West Pitt-
man Baptist Church at 6 p.m.
Contact the Rev. Tim Hall at
547r3920 or the Rev. Eddie Eaton
at 956-4100 for more informa-

Date night
with babysitting
BETHLEHEM Dinner and
a movie is sponsored by the
Transitions Ministry of Carm-
el Church starting at 6:30 p.m.
March 20. Tickets are $12 each.
A portion of the ticket sales will
.help send Transition members
to summer mission trips, includ-
ing a small group going to Laos
and a group going to Nicaragua;
other planned missions are to
Ireland and Greece. ,
Dinner will be prepared and
served followed by the movie
"Fireproof," a newly released
movie from the makers of "Fac-
ing the Giants." Childcare is pro-
Svided so that you can relax and
enjoy your evening out.
Transitions is the college-
and career-aged ministry that
meets at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday

nights and Sunday mornings
with Pastor Jerry Moore leading
the group with a message. Mem-
bers, including Brian Parker.and
his sister, Chelsey Parker, lead
contemporary music worship.
Mark your calendar for Friday
and contact Suzanne Artley for
tickets at 547-2098.
Call Bro. Jerry Moore at 547-
3266 for more details on Transi-
tions Ministry or how you can
help support this outreach. All
are welcome whether married
or single to enjoy dinner and a
movie at Carmel Assembly of
God on Highway 160.

New Bethany sing
VERNON New Bethany As-
sembly of God will host its Fifth
Sunday Sihg March 29, featuring
the Hall Family. Lunch will be
served in, the Fellowship Hall at
12:30 p.m. ,
The church is at Hinson
Crossroads just north of Vernon.
Call Leon Jenkinslat 773-3003 for
more information.

Otter Creek sing

Creek Methodist Church will
Shot singer Mercy Rain at 7 p.m.
March 21. The church is four
miles north of Ponce de Leon off
Highway 81.

Gospel sing
GRITNEY Union Pentecos-

tal Church will host a gospel sing
starting at 6 p.m. March 21. .In-
dividual and group singers are
'welcome or you can just listen.
The church is on Bonifay/Gritney
Road in Gritney. Fellowship and a
covered dish are afterwards. For
more information, call Pastor Mi-
chael Goodson at 850-956-240i or
Jerry Hall at 373-5099.

St. John's revival
BONIFAY St. John's Free
Will Baptist Church, 975 St.
John's Road in Bonifay, will
hold revival service March 22-
27. There will be special singing
each night. Evangelist( Jerry T.
Smith will bring the message.
Sunday service starts at 6 p.m.
and Monday to Friday services
start at 7 p.m.

Prophetic Summit '09
kley, prophet, will conduct Pro-
phetic Summit '09 April 9 to 11
at the Graceville Civic Center
in Graceville. Services start at
7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and
at 6 p.m. on Saturday. For more
information, call Brinkley at 263-

Bradys in concert

The Bradys will be in concert
at the Unity Baptist Church on
March 21. Dinner will be at 4:30
p.m., and the concert will start at

- Houses of WORSHIP

African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Ta6erna6le AME: 577 Martin .
Luther King, Chipley. Pastor Is the Rev.
Larry Brown. '
New Bethel AME: Hwy. 90 in Bonifay,
Pastor is'AIIce Hennessey.
St. John AME:-3816 Clemmons Road,
SVernbn. Service on first and third
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev
Leon Singleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe Sheffield
Rd., Chipley..Pastor is the Rev. Roy
Hudson. "
SSt. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson Communit'
Road, Vernon. Service on second and
, fourth Sunday at-11 a.m.,The Rev. Leon
Singleton, pastor.
Assembly of God
SBonifay First Assembly: 1009 S. Wauke-
sha St. Pastor is John Chance. '
SCarmel Assembly of God: County Road
160 in the Bethlehem Community. Past
is Tommy Moore.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main.St
Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Cords of Love Assembly of God: 2060
Bethlehem Road, off Hwy. 276, in the
Kynesville area. Pastor is'Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: Hwy. 79 South.
SPastor is Lloyd Lykint: ,
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
SRoad behind Poplar Springs School.
Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Graceville First Assembly of God: 5565
Brown Street. Pastor is Charles Jackson.
.. Lighthouse Assembly of God, 1201 S.
'Waukesha Street (State 79) Bonifay.
Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday-ser-
vices '1 a.m. and 6 p.m., every second
Wednesday fellowship supper. Pastor
Michael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923 Hwy.
173, six miles north of Bonifayl, Pastor is
the Rev.*Ben Peters.
SLive OakAssembly of God: Just off Hwy
177-A north of Bonifay. Pastor is the Rev,
William Walker. "
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy. 179-A
off Hwy. 2. Pastor Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly Of God: Hwy.
S179-A, eight miles north of Westville.
Pastor is the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethapy Assembly of God: Shaky
Joe Road just off Hwy. 280 at Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Leon Jenklns.
New Life Fellowship Assembly of-God:
' 695 5th St., Chipley. Pastor. Vince
Spencer' ,
New Smyrna Asse'mbly of God. Adolph
Whitaker Road six miles north of Bonifay
The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor.
Noma Assembly of God: 1062'Tindel
Street, Noma. Pastor Is Jerry Leisz.
Northside Assembly of God: 1009 N '
Rangeline St., across from Bonifay
Elementary. Pastor Edwin Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God: 2549
Smith Chapel Road, just off Hwy. 177-A.
Pastor George Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of.God Church: 3349
McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the Rev.
Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy. 77.
Pastor is Danhy Burns.
SWestville Assembly of God; Hwy 181
North. Pastor is Lavon Burke. .
Winterville Assembly of God: Dogwood
Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch Johnson.
Baptist i
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins Street
in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hills Road
in Chipley. Pastor is Jesse Bowen.
Wausau First Baptist: Hwy. 77.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of Boni-
fay on Hwy. 79. Pastor is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist: Hwy. 177. Pastor is
Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
half-mile off Hwy. 81. Pastor is David
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corrjer
where 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on
the lake.
Bonifay-First Baptist: 311 N. Waukesha.
Pastor Shelley Chandler..
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street.
Pastor is Tim Sohneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217,Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South Blvd.
Pastor is Michael Orr,
Chipley First Free Will Baptist: 1387
South Blvd.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks: 574 .
Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast of

Chipley off Orange ,
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: 1/2 mile
north of Hwy 2 on 179. Pastor is Herman
Sellers. '
Eastside Baptist: Hwy. 277, Vernon.
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N Hwy 79. Pastor
is Ryan' Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
Gap Pond'Free Will Baptist: 1980.Gap
Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor is the
Rev. George Cooper.
S Gritney Baptist Church, 2249 Hwy 179.
y Pastor Rood Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles west
of Bonifay oh Hwy. 901 Pastor Tm Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist:*1656 Hickory Hill
Road (Hwy. 181 N), Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
Northwest of Chipley.
Holyneck Missionary Baptist: 3395
r Cemetery Lane, Campbelltoni.Pastor
Richard Peterson Sr.
I. Jerusalem Missionary Baptist: 614'
Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson is
pastor. :
Leonia Baptist: Church is located in
northwest Holmes County. Pastor is
Stacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: 1745'
Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Pastor is"
Henry Matthews. I
'Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:'1233 Old
Bonifay.Rd., Chipley. Pastor is Dr. H.G.
S McCollough.
'Mt. Zion Independent Baptist: Hwy 2.
one mile west of Hwy 79 in Esto. Pastor
is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049 Sanders
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is. Rudolph
New Concord Free Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off Hwy. 177. Pastor James .
New Hope Baptist: 'Intersection of Hwys.
S 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,'
New Orange Baptist:, 782 Alford Road.
Pastor is Alcos Brock..
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New.
Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is Kermit
Soileau.' .
New Zion Baptist: Hwy. 177-A north of
Hwy. 2.
,Noma Baptist: Hwy. 175 north of Hwy. 2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of Hwys.
81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon. Pastor.is
Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads, southeast
of Chipley. ,
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east of
Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485 Gainrer
Road. Pastor Phillip Gainer.
Orange Hill Missionary Baltist, 616
Sunday Rd., Chipley. Pastor if the Rev.
James Johns'. ,
Piney GroVe Free Will Baptist: 1783 Piney
Grove Rd, south of Chipley Pastor is ,
Tim Owen. '
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist: 1900 .
Pleasant Hill.Rd.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor Is the
Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baptist; 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor John
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555 Kynesville
Road (Hwy. 276) between Cottondale
and Alford, Pastor is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Hwy. 77. Pastor
.is T. Keith Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955.High-
way 177-A, Bonifay. Pastor, Tim Shumaker.
St. John Free Will Baptist: St. John's
Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St. Matthew's Road, Caryville. Pastor is
the Rev. James Johns.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955 High-
way 177-A, Bonifay. 547-3517. Pastor is
Tim Shumaker.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located on Hwy.
277, three miles south of Hwy. 90 in
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013 Moss Hill
Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev Marcelious
Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny Hills
Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist: Hwy. 177, a mile south
of Hwy. 2. Pastor is Maurice Jenkins:
Unity Baplist: 3274 River Road, Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey Martin.

. Verhon First Baptist. 2888 Church St., '
West Bonifay Baptist: 609W Indiana
Grace Lutheran: Hwy. 90 East, Boni-
fay. Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Hwy. 177-A-
in Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic: Hwy.
77 South, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295 Brick-
yard Road. Wes Webb is minister. '
Esto 'Church of Christ 1247 N. Hwy. 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God" Brock Ave.
Pastor is John Stamey. '
Tabernacle of Praise Church of God:
Hwy. 77 South. Pastor is Victor Fisher.
Church of God by Faith7 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T. Powell.
Church of God in-Christ "
Yes Lord Deliverance' Church of God
in Christ: 739 7th Street (next to the
National Guard Armory) in Chipley.
'Pastor is David Woods, Jr.
Spirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
2128 Pate Pond Rd. Caryville. Pastor
is Elder Tony Howard.,
Church'of God in Prophe6y.
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386
W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pastor is -
Ernest Dupree.
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Hwy. 90
West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight mites
north of Caryyille on Hwy. 179. Pas-
tors are the Rev. Norrian and Judy
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin Rd.,
Cottondale. "
third United Holiness: 608 West 8th
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
2048 Hwy. 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Hwy. 90. Bonifay.
' Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Mosque available in Blountstown.
First United Pentecostal: 1816 Hwy. 90
W., Chipley. Pastor is James Caudle, '
First United Pentecostal: 2100 Highway
90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason
Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
Hwy. 179-A, Westville. Pastor is Ray
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle: Hwy. 77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead.
Pastor Is Larry Willoughby.
' True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099 Little
Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis D.
Brown. '
Turning Point'First United Pentecostal:
Hwy. 90 West, Chipley. Pastor is James
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick.
Fifth United Pentecostal Holliness
cl.urch, 776 Peach Street, Chipley. Pas-
tor is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant
Pastor is Evangelist B. Snipes.
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604 .
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Bethlehem United Methodist: Hwy. 177,
look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist: Qklahoma
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
miles west of Miller's Crossroads on
Hwy. 2. Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist: 1285
Jackson Ave.
EastMt. Zion United Methodist: Hwy.
173, N., 10 miles from Bonifay.
Lakeview United Methodist: Hwy. 279
near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview Drive.
Pastor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational Methodist: Just
off Hwy. 2 in Holmes County's New
Hope community. Pastor is the Rev.
Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist:

Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist: North
of Ponce de Leon off Hwy. 81 (look
for sign). '
Pleasant Grove United Methodist:
2430 Shakey Joe Road. near Hinson
Poplar Head United Methodist: 1.5
miles north of Hwy. 2 on Hwy. 163:
Red Hill United Methodist: State Road
2, two miles westof SR 79. Pastor is the
Rev. Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Methodist: Hwy. 79. Pas-
tor is John.Kramer.
Wausau United Methodist: Hwy. 77.
Presbyterian .
,Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny tills, Presbyterian: 3766 '
Country Club. Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth
' The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- '
ter-day Saints,North Ride, Bonifay,
Florida 32425 (850)547-1254 or .
(850)547-4557 Bonifay Ward: Bishop
Joshua Bowen Chipley Ward: Bishop
Chariek Munns ,
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton Road.
Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street. Chipley. Pastor Joey
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock Hill
Church Road.
SSunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Hwy. 77.
SPastor is William E.' Holman.
.Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy. 77.
Amazing GTace'Faith Fellowship As-
sembly: 3253 Hwy. 2. Pastor i's Bobby'
New Effort Church: New Effort Church
Road, Bonifay. Pastor is Brent Jones.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau, Pastor Carlos Finch.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy. 79. Pastor
Keith Mashburn.
White Double Pond: Pastor is Michael
Liberty Church: Creek Road in Ver-
non. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave'. Pastor Dale Worle'.
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy and
Jeanne Steele.
Grace & Glory Worship-Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Deb-
bie Williams.
House of Prayer Worship Center:'
763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy. 77 (Mreets Sundays at 6
p.m. for Bible study). PastoP is Fred
Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
Sunday, 2 p.m. Off Hwy. 279:
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach: Corner
of Reno and Fanning Branch, Vernon.
Pastors are Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Pihe Hill Church: 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pastors: B.T.
Owens and James Bush.
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Alford at 1772 Mace-
donia Road. Pastor is James Vickery.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Rd. between
Wausau and Vernon, Pastor is the Rev,
Teddy Joe Bias.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Hwy. 77 and Pine Log Road.
Pastors are Robert and Sheila Smith.
Holmes Valley Community Church:'
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
Pastors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Rd. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Faith Covenant Fellowship: Hwy. 277
half-mile south of t-10.
Caryville Evangelistic Center: Wright's
Creek Road in Caryville, just north of
Hwy. 90. Pastor is Wayne Brdnnon.
Someone To Care International
Ministries, Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Rd.
Chipley. Just 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the Rev. S. J.
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.

The Praise of Spring

Spring is the favorite season for many people, perhaps
because the ,world seems to come back to life after its
long winter dormancy. In some parts of the country, win-
ter is so long and cold that we really are left to wonder
how anything living outside could survive such drastic
conditions. But then, every
spring the robins return, lo
the trees burst forth with h
greenery, and flowers .. .
bloom, seemingly over-
night. From the first tender '.
buds to the newest hatch-
lings, the new life of spring
is truly a vestige of creation
and should remind us that i '"
creation is an ongoing pro-
cess and the unfolding of ..... ...
God's beneficent plan.And '".
although none ofus fully
understand God's pjan, '
each spring as we witness
the renewal of life on our planet, and simultaneously
feel the life flow back into our veins, we know intuitively
that it is good.At this time of year, we should remember
to thank God for the return of spring and abundant life
which it brings. ,

The earth brought forth vegetation, plants yielding seed ac-
cording to their own kinds, and trees bearing fruit in which
is their seed, each according to its kind. And God saw that it
was good.. -R.S.V.Genesis1.12

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Johnny C. Toole, 65,
died March 6 at his home,
where he was recovering
from a cancer surgery.
, John was a Christian and
a -member of Evangelistic
Temple. He was born
June 18,1943, to George
C. "Jack" Toole and
Jonibele Burkhalter Toole
of Palestine, Texas. John
went to Four Pines and
Westwood Schools. He
enjoyed playing the guitar.
He enlisted in the Army
in 1963 and spent two
years in Vietnam with "B"
Company, 1st Battalion,
6th Artillery. After the
military, he attended
George Wallace College
in Dothan, Ala., where he
majored in computers.
His father and a
daughter preceded him in
Survivors include his
wife, Phyllis Lee Hayes
Toole and mother, Jonibele
Toole, all of Palestine;
son, John C. Toole Jr.;
daughter, Angle C. Toole
of Dothan, Ala.; two
stepchildren,- Melissa
Dudley of Bonifay and

Sarah Frances (Dot)
Hall, 72, of Chipley, died
March 10 at Gulf Coast
Medical Center in Panama
\City She Was born Dec.
4, 1936, in Chipley to
Wilburn and Jennie Bell
(Tharpe) Kent. She was
of the Baptist faith and a
member of the Blue Lake
Baptist Church.
Survivors include
three sons, Joe Hall and
wife, Donna, Jeff Hall
and wife, Linda, and
Michael Hall and wife,
Carol, all of Panama City;

Withhold (Vick) Beleckas.
.88, of Sunny Hills, died
March 8 at North Florida
Community Hospital.
I He was born Jan. 21,
1921, in Maspeth Queens,
N.Y, to John and Veronica
(Inflauskas) Beleckas.
He was of the Catholic
faith and a member of St.
Theresa Catholic Church,
a member of the Sunny
Hills Civic Association,
Kiwanis and Knights of
Survivors include his
wife, Geneviene Beleckas
of Sunny Hills; two sons,
John Beleckas and wife,
Madeline, of Maspeth

Royce L
Royce Lee Grant, 77, of
Ponce de Leon, died March
'9 at Joyce White Adult
Foster Home in Bonifay.
He was born April 27,1931,
in Westville to the late Alto
and Lecie Singletary Grant.
SHe was preceded in
death by his parents; wife,
Marie Grant; one daughter,
Helen Marie Harielson;
one great-grandson, Grant
Reed; and sister, Jean
.Survivors include one
son, Royce Lamar Grant
and wife, Joann, of Bonifay,;
three daughters, Barbara
Hauenstein of Chipley,
Lisa Ellenburg of Ponce

Chad Bass of Southport;
one grandson; five
stepgrandchildren; sisters,
Donna Bland and husband,
Richard, of San Antonio
and Alice Higginbotham
and husband, Travis,
of Palestine; brothers,
George C. Toole and wife,
Dorma, of Milton, Glynn
Toole and wife, Cintha,
of Palestine, Lynn Toole
and fiancee, Lupe Tyer, of
Palestine; four sisters-in-
laws and brothers-in-law,
Carole Finn and fiancee,
Jake Jacobs, Cher Hicks
and husband, Randy,
Frank Hayes and wife,
Alicia, and Rick Hayes and
wife, Diann; and numerous
nieces and nephews.
Graveside services
were held at Brown-Bush-
Tindel Cemetery with
the Rev. Chester Padgett
officiating and James &
Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.
In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made
to Brown-Bush-Tindel
Cemetery Fund c/o
Donna Tate 1088 Hwy. 173,
Graceville, FL 32440.

one daughter, Michelle
and husband, Michael
Harrell, of Panama City;
one brother, Buddy Kent of
Compass Lake; one sister,
Helen Deitz of Chipley; 13
. grandchildren; and two
Funeral services were
held March 14 at New ,
Orange Baptist Church
with the Rev. Alcus Brock
officiating. Interment
followed in the New
Orange Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home

, Queens, N.Y, and Paul
Beleckas and wife, Peggy,
of Oviedo; three daughters,
Villa Hayes of New York
City, Diane Koerner of
Pahoa, Hawaii, and Ann
Doherty and husband,
Tom, of San Leandro,
Calif.; one sister, Jean
Plukas of Santa Monica,.
Calif.; 10 grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.
SServices were March
12 at St. Theresa Catholic
Church with Monsignor.
Francis Szczykutowicz
officiating. Interment
followed at Calvary
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

Lee Grant
de Leon and Cheryl Lynn
Archer and husband, John,
of Baker; one brother,
Wilmer Grant and wife,
Vida, of Caryville; two
sisters, Bernice Arrant of
Pensacola and Edna Earl
Brannon and husband,
T.J., of Conroe, Texas; five
grandchildren; and five
Services were held
March 11 at Otter Creek
United Methodist Church
with the Rev. Greg Alford
officiating. Interment
followed in the church
cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay

Harry Andrews, 75, of
Ebro, died March 3 in Bay
Medical Center in Panama
City. He was a native of
Ebro and of the Holiness
faith. He was also an avid
Survivors include his
wife, Johnell Andrews;
his children, Gloria
Davenport, Melvin and
wife, Flora Douglas, Glen
Andrews and wife, Peggy,
Lawrence Douglas, Lillie
Bell, Bridgett Andrews, all
Sof the Vernon-Ebro area,
Harry Andrews Jr. and
wife, Debra, of Panama
City, Vivian Hogans, Walter
Douglas and wife, Lorene,
Rebecca Peterson and
husband,' Fermon, Alma
Douglas, Lonnie Andrews
and wife, Dana, Lena
Brown, Letisha Brown
and husband, Elvis, Jamie

Diane Jean O'Halloran,
50, of Chipley, formerly
of North Hollywood,
Calif., died March 10 in',
the Jackson Hospital in
SShe was born in
Winston Salem, N.C., the
daughter of Jeannette
Ellithorpe and Charles
A. Nance. She was a
graduate of Grant High
School in North Hollywood;
Calif., and attended Lake
City College, where she
received a degree in
business management.
She was employed as a
payroll clerk before she
became ill. She enjoyed
quilting and writing.
Survivors include
her mother, Jeannette
Ellithorpe of North
Hollywood; father,
Charles A. Nance of

Alma Ruth Gaskins, 69,
of Chipley, died March 6 in
the Washington Nursing
and Rehabilitation Center
in Chipley.
She was a native of
Whitesville, N.C., but
lived most of her life in
Washington County. She
was of the Methodist faith
and received a nursing
certificate from Florida
A&M University She,
worked for several years
at Sunland Hospital in
Survivors include her
son, Eugene Gaskins and
wife, Sandy, of El Paso,
Texas; three daughters,
Lesia M. Hayes of Clarkton,
N.C., Cynthia Dixon Olds
of Chipley and Wanda
F Dixon of Tallahassee;
two sisters and two

Horrell Pitts "Jump
Dog," 73, of Bonifay, died
March 8 at Bonifay Nursing
and Rehab. He was born
Nov. 7, 1935, in Bonifay to
the late Horace and Ethel
Lee Pitts.
He was preceded in
death by his parents and
wife, Patricia Pitts.
Survivors include one
daughter, Angle Urquhart
and husband, Ronnie, of
Bonifay; one son, William
Harold Pitts and wife,
Patricia, of Donalsonville
Ga.; a brother, Winston IRtts

Murray and godchild, Lynn
Andrews, of Vernon; four
sisters and two brothers-
in-law, Sarah and Johnny
Sawyer, Madie Baker of
Panama City, Fannie and
Clarence Brown and Millie
Jackson; two brothers
and two sisters-in-law,
Bishop John and Katherine
Andrews, James and
Eldiest Andrews all of
Vernon; 37 grandchildren;
14 great-grandchildren; and
many other relatives and
FIuneral services were
held March 7 at McQueens
Temple Church in Ebro
with Elders John 0. Brown
and Louis Brown officiating.
Interment followed in the
St. Luke Memorial Garden
Cemetery in Vernon with
cooper Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Chipley; four sons,
Christopher Ellithorpe,
Jordan Ellithorpe, both
of Tampa, Zachary
Austin (Adrian) and Ein
Austin, both of Chipley;
siblings, Michelle Marie
Lambert of California,
Dana Rene Hill of Arizona,
Lily Nance of Wausau,
Kim Barnes of Biloxi,
Miss., Kathy Ashton,
Charlotte Harrison,
both of Tallahassee,
and Christopher
Nance of Chipley; five
grandchildren; several
aunts and uncles; three
nieces; two nephews; and a
host of other relatives and
was by cremation with
McKinnie Funeral Home of
Campbellton in charge of

brothers-in-law, Linda and
Ray Johnson of Chipley
and Auvella (Gaskins)
and Ralph Monroe
of Tallahassee; three
brothers and one sister-
in-law, Ernest Gaskins
of Tallahassee, Earlie
Gaskins of Clarkton and
Joseph and Betty Gaskins
of Chadbourn N.C.; seven
grandchildren; and four
A funeral service was
held March 14 at Grant
Tabernacle A.M.E. Church
in Chipley with the Revs.
Larry Brown, Price Wilson
and George Davis and
Minister Tommy Davis
officiating. Interment
followed in the family plot
in Northside Cemetery
with Cooper Funeral Home
of Chipley directing.

of Bonifay; a sister, Carolyn
Collett of Columbus, Ga.;
three grandchildren; two
special friends, Stephen
Parmer family of Bonifay;
and several nephews and
Services were March
10 in the funeral home
chapel with the Rev.
Tommy Moore officiating.
Interment followed in the
New Bayview Church of
God of Prophecy Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.

Sonya Marie Lolley
Smith, 43, of Samson, Ala.,
died March 10.
She was born Feb.:7,
1966, in Orlando to the
late William Grover and
Melba Creech Lolley She
loved everyone, especially
her family. She was a very
hardworking person and
always saw to everyone's
needs. She attended Shady
Grove Assembly of God
In addition to her
parents, her grandparents,
A.D. and Mildred Creech
and John and Lula Lolley
preceded her in death.
Survivors include her
husband, Wilfred Wade
Smith; one daughter,
Chelsea Lee; one son,
Wilfred Tyler Smith, all of
Samson, Ala; one stepson,
Christopher Wade Smith
of Defuniak Springs; one
sister, Kathy Lolley; one
brother, Freddie Lolley,

Gregory Wayne Nelson,
38, of Chattahoochee, died
March 10 in Thomasville,
Ga. He was born Sept.
25, 1970, inChipley to
Harvey Lee and Kathryn
(Coleman) Nelson. He
had been a resident of
Chattahoochee for the last
20 years. He was a lineman
with Mastec and was
Baptist by faith.
His father, Harvey
Lee Nelson of Chipley,
preceded him in death.
Survivors include
his mother; his wife,
Julia Lavern Nelson of
Chattahoochee; stepson,

John Wayne Outler Sr.,
55, of Bonifay, died March
7 at Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. He
was the son of the late
James Outler and the
late Juanita (Burns)
Williamson, and he served
in the Army.
Survivors include
a daughter, Michelle
(Outler) Webb of Bonifay;
one son, John Outler Jr. of
Bonifay; one sister, Jennie

Linda Louise Williams,
53, of Vernon, died March
8 at her home. She was
born on Nov. 11, 1955 in
Indianapolis to Thomas
and Cora (Wark) Parks.
She lived in Vernon for the
past nine years, coming
from Columbus, Ga.
Survivors include her
husband, Terry Williams
Jr. of Vernon; son, Chris
Sand wife, Mindy Williams,
Columbus, Ga.; daughter,
Tara and husband, Trint

Annie Carol
Williamson, 75, of Bonifay,
died March 9 in Bonifay.
She was born Sept. 18,
1933, in Ozark, Ala., to
the late Amos Cleveland
and Anna Alberta Miller
She is survived by two
daughters, Judy Diane
Williamson Ward and
husband, Marion C., of
Bonifay, and Margaret

both of Samson; three
nephews; two nieces;
father and mother-in-
law, Wilfred and Ruth
Smith; sister-in-law, Cindy
(Kenny) Jones, all of Sweet
Gum Head community;
and several special aunts,
uncles, cousins, other
extended family and
Funeral services
were March 14 in the
Shady Grove Assembly
of God Church with
the Rev. Donnie Earles
officiating. Burial
followed in the church
cemetery with Sorrells
Funeral Home of Geneva
directing. Sorrells
Funeral Home of
Geneva was in charge of
arrangements. Express
your condolences at www.
Memorial contributions
may be made to the Shady
Grove Cemetery Fund.

W. Nelson
Ricky Whittington
of Chattahoochee;
stepdaughter, Teresa
Brown of Chattahoochee;
one stepgrandchild; two
sisters, Tammy Nelson
of Chattahoochee and
Pamela Roberts of Quincy;
a host of aunts and uncles;
a niece and a nephew;
and several special great-
Funeral services were
March 13 at the funeral
home's Brickyard Road
chapel: Interment followed
in the New Orange
Cemetery with Brown
Funeral Home directing.

Kay Buxton of Sanford;
two brothers, James Earl
Outler of Bonifay and
Jerry Outler of Fountain;
and three grandchildren.
/, A funeral service
was held in the funeral
home chapel March 13
with the Rev. Jay Stamey
officiating. Interment
followed at Westville
Cemetery in Westville with
Sims Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.

Lockhart, Box Springs;
Ga.; brother, John Parks,
Phoenix City, Ala.; sister,
Peggy Parks, Pine
Mountain, Ga.; and five
grandchildren.. '
Memorial services
were held March 11 at the
funeral home chapel on
State 77 in Chipley with
the Rev. Ronnie Wright
officiating. Memorilization
by cremation with Brown
Funeral Home of Chipley

Elizabeth Williamson of
Marianna; one brother,
Hershel Taylor of Bonifay;
and one sister, Bernice
McLendon of Bonifay.
Services were held
March 14 in the funeral
home chapel with Elder
Josh Bowen officiating.
Interment followed in the
Bonifay City Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.

Community CALENDAR

10 a.m. to noon: Holnies
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging in Chipley has senior
lunches; Call 638-6217.
Noon: Bonifay Kiwanis Club
meeting at Simbo's in Bonifay.
1 p.m.: Line dancing,
Washingtoi Council on Aging.
7 p.m.: Depression and Bipolar
Support Group at First Baptist
Church in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting at Ponce de Leon
Methodist Church, Main Street.

7:30 a.m.: Washington County
Chamber of Commerce breakfast.
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization. '
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Ve.rnon
Historical Society Museum open

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meetings are
fourth Wednesdays at 2 p.m..
10:30-11 a.m.: Chipley Library
preschool storytime.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging in Chipley has senior
lunches. Call 638-6217.'
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
.. 2 p.m.: Hospice of the Emerald
Coast grief support group at
Jackson County Public Library.'
3 p.m.: Vernon Garden Club
6-9 p.m.: GED Prep class at
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.: TOPS meeting at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church.
8 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous
meeting at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting at New Hope Volunteer
Fire Station, Highway 2.

10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging in Chipley has senior
lunches. Call 638-6217.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.

8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at Bonifay Methodist
Church, Oklahoma Street Bonifay.

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

10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging has exercise,

bingo, games, activities, hot meals.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging in Chipley has senior
'lunches. Call 638-6217.
6-7:30 p.m.: Salvation Army
Domestic Violence and Rape
Crisis Program domestic violence
support group at 1461 S.
Railroad Ave., Apt. 1, in Chipley.
.Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6 p.m.: Bonifay City Council
7 p.m.: Vernon City Council
7 p.m.: Vernon Lodge 164
F&AM. Call Johnny Worthington
at 535-0310.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.

10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington Council

on'Aging has senior lunches. Call
Noon: Chipley Kiwinis Club
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
5:30 p.m. Chipley Downtown
Merchants Association, 827 Main
S6-9 p.m.: GED Prep class at
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.: Holmes County
Commission meeting.
6:30: Washington County
Republican Party meeting at 794
Third St. in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.: Wdusau Masonic
Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
closed meeting at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
8 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous
meeting at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.

Mna~ra~i~amra~rs~r~~~il~ceA8-- *

Johnny C. Toole

Harry Andrews

Sonya M. Smith

Diane J. O'Halloran

Sarah F Hall

Withold (Vick) Beleckas

Alma R. Gaskins

John W. Outler Sr.

Linda L. Williams

Horrell Pitts

Annie C. Williamson

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Chipley students place in math, computer science olympiad Kiwanis Club inducts

DOTHAN, Ala. Chipley High School
attended the 27th Annual Tri-State
Math and Computer Science Olym-
piad at Wallace College on Feb. 27..
There were more than 900 students
from 40 schools who participated in
different content areas such as Alge-
bra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Advanced
Math and Comprehensive Math. The
Comprehensive Exam 1st place win-
ner in each division received a schol-
arship to Wallace College.
Chipley High School participated

in the Middle Division B. Chipley
High School students who partici-
pated are as follows (winners are
notated): Kacey Aukema (6th place in
Geometry), Michael Pritchard, Luke
Hinson, Adrian Gonzalez, Anagabri-
ella Medina, Mattea Harbour, Mere-
dith Saunders, Jessica O'Keefe, Adri-
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Munns, Katyn Christmas, Hillary
Saunders, MaryBeth Alderman, Jus-
tin Chambers (4th place-Comprehen-
sive Competition), Nathan Chauhan,

Skylar Davis, Kristen Garney, Sheri-
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Prichard (2nd place-Comprehbnsive
Competition), Alexandra Rodriquez,
Miranda Shaw (5th place-Compre-
hensive Competition), Cody Sikora,
Ashley Stephens, Tiffany Stoe, Mat-
thew Strickland, John 'Tomkiewicz
(3rd place-Comprehensive Competi-
tion), Cierra Corbin, Micaela Goines,
Emily Stewart,Meghan Wilder, Alexis
O'Neal, Jordan Nedeau, Kyndall Whit-
son, Tlyler Oliver and Samuel Carroll.

.Symphonic Band
performed at the
SDistrict Concert
Band Assessment,
Which they hosted
at Chipley High
School on Friday,
March 13.

CHS band gets superior rating at contest

CHIPLEY Chipley High School
"Spirit of the Tiger" Symphonic Band
participated in the annual Florida
Bandmasters Association District 2
Concert Band Music Performance
Assessment in Chipley and Panama
'City on March 13-14. The CHS band
performed its three concert' selec-
tions before a large crowd and three
judges in the CHS Performing Arts
Auditorium. Each band's perfor-
mance on stage was evaluated in the
areas of performance fundamentals,
technical preparation and musical
Following the stage performance,
Safety checkpoints
BONIFAY The Bonifay Police
Department will be participating
in several safety campaigns in the
upcoming months, including "Click
it or Ticket" and "Buckle up in Your
The Bonifay Police Department
will be conducting safety check-
points though the city limits of Bon-
ifay on the following roads: State 79,
U.S. 90, Hwy 173, Hwy 177A, Jen-
kins Boulevard, Saint Johns Road,
Caryville Road, Hubbard Street,
Weeks Street, Oklahoma Avenue,
McGee Road and Banfil Avenue.

ELC meeting
Early Learning Coalition will
hold an executive committee meet-
ing'at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, March 24,
in the Workforce Center in Panama
This meeting is open to the
public. For more information, call
850-747-5400, ext. 100 or visit www..

each band moved to the sightreading
room, where they were evaluated on
their ability to perform a march and
an overture they have never seen be-
fore. The judges in each area rated
each band's performance on a five-
point scale ranging from superior to
1 On stage, the CHS Symphonic
Band performed John Philip Sousa's
"Nobles of the Mystic Shrine March,"
"Loch Lomond" and "American Riv-
ersongs" and was rated superior by
all judges. In sightreading, the band
also was rated superior. The Roulhac
Middle School Band also performed

well and received excellent ratings
on stage and a superior in sightread-
ing. Of the 30 bands participating in
the assessment, only nine bands re-
ceived straight superior ratings.
CHS' Band Director Richard
Davenport said this year's results
confirms a tradition of excellence at
Chipley High School, making this the
16th consecutive year the band has
been rated superior at FBA District
Concert Assessment.
The band will perform at the FBA
State Concert Band Assessment
in April at Fort Walton Beach High

Project Challenge students. travel to Landmark Park
A VI DOTHAN, Ala. Project'
Challenge, the Washington
County School 'District'8
Gifted Program, traveled to
Landmark Park in Dothan for
Alabama Aerospace Week on
]-.Feb. 25.
Students in Jennifer
Sapp's classes enjoyed a,day
i 'p of high-flying adventure and
out-of-this-world fun. They
participated in hands-on flight
activities, a planetarium show
focusing on the stars and con-
stellations in our current night
"U sky and a radio-controlled
flight demonstration. They
also enjoyed picnic lunch at
the Barnyard Playground in
Landmark Park.
For additional information
about the Washington County
School District's Gifted Pro-
gram,, contact Jennifer Sapp
at jen-sapp@yahoo.com. or

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County Hwy. 393 North, GIVEN that pursuant to, a By: K. McDaniel Westville, Florida
ANNOUNCEMEM Santa Rosa Beach, FL Summary Final Judgment As Deputy Clerk 32464-3418.
- Le Adverti sing 32459. of Foreclosure, dated the As published in the Wash- ALL INTERESTED PER-
1110- Classified Notices Copies of the CONTRACT 2nd day of March 2009, ington County News S S ARE NOTIFIED
1120 Public Notices/ DOCUMENTS may be ob- in the above-styled case, I March 11, 18, 2009. creditors of the Dece-HAT:
An" neal ae tte 1-wl el h e ____________All creditors of the Dece-
Annoincmsonts tained at the following lo- will sell the following de- dent and persons having
1130-Adoptions cation upon payment of scribed property situated IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, claims or demands against
1140 Happy Ads cam rdmrd gis
1150- Personals $150.00 for each set. in WASHINGTON County, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL the estate of the Decedent
160- Lost (Non-refundable). Florida, described as: CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR other than those for whom
1170- Found Washington County Ad- Thirty two (32) feet off of WASHINGTON COUNTY, provision for full payment
ministrative Office, 1331 the West side of Lot num- FLORIDA. was or will be made in the
SSouth Blvd., Chipley, FL ber 237, in the SI/2 of the PROBATE DIVISION. Order of Summary Admin-
32428. NE 1/4 of Section 4, Town- CASE NO: 67-08-CP-10 istration must file their
The Board reserves the ship 4 North, Range 13 claims with this Court
ADVERTISEMENT FOR right to waive Informalities West, according, to the IN RE: THE ESTATE OF WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
BIDS in any bid, to accept L.W. Mordt Map of the City SAMUEL H. HENDRIX, De- ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
and/or reject any or all of Chipley, Florida, on file ceased TION 733.702 OF THE
WASHINGTON COUNTY bids on the whole or in in the office of the Clerk of FLORIDA PROBATE
COMMISSION part with just cause, and to Circuit Court of Washing- NOTICE TO CREDITORS CODE.
COMSSO accept the bid that in their ton County, Florida. (SUMMARY ADMINIS- ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
Separate sealed BIDS for judgment will be in the at public sale, to the high- TRATION) MANDS NOT SO FILED
WASHINGTON COUNTY best interest of Washing- est and.best bidders for TO ALL PERSONS HAV- WILL BE FOREVER
CR 166 (Old Bonifay ton County. cash, at the front steps of ING CLAIMS OR DE- BARRED.
Road) RESURFACING As published in the the Washington County MANDS AGAINST THE NOTWITHSTANDING ANY
AND WIDENING will be re- Washington County News Courthouse, at 1293 Jack- ABOVE ESTATE:You are OTHER APPUCABLE TIME
ceived by the Washington March 11,18, 2009. son Avenue, Chipley, hereby notified that an Or- PERIOD, ANY CLAIM
County Board of County Washington County, Flor- der of Summary Adminis- FILEDTWO (2) YEARS OR
Commisioner at1 te I THida, at 11:00 a.m., on the ration will be or has been MORE AFTER THE
Commissioners at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 8 day of April, 2009. entered in the estate of DECEDENT'S DATE OF
ministrative Office until CIRCUIT IN AND FOR THAT ANY PERSON OR ceased, File Number Tedt ffrtpbia
3:00pm (CST)' March WASHINGTON COUNTY, ETHITYOPERSON The date of first publica-
25. 2009p The bid will be F AS ENTITY, OTHER THAN 67-08-CP-10, by the Circuit tion of this Notice is March
25 209 Te idwil eFLORIDA THE PROPERTY OWNER Court for Wasigo 18, 2009.
awarded atthe next sched- Case No. 67-08-CA-319 AS OFTHE DATE OF THE CoutProbate for Peshingtonon Giving
uled Washington County AOFTEDEOFHECunty, Florida, Probate Attorney for Person Giving
Commisshinon Meeting. WUS PENDENS CLAIMING Division, the address of Notice:
Commission Meeting. WILLIAM J.MONGOVEN, AN INTEREST IN ANY which is c/o Mrs. Linda WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL
The CONTRACT DOCU- Plaintiff, SURPLUS FUNDS FROM HayesCook, Clerk of the BAR #0179121)
nent attachmenats- neces- v.E THE SALE, IF ANY, MUST Court, Re.Box 647, Chip- Re. BOX 564
inordertfortdersn toes- DENNIS CARRASQUILLO, FILE A CLAIM FOR SAID lay, Florida 32428-0647; Chipley, Florida
sary in order forS H^ bidders toChpl Florida
,osary respondderS ALLY CARRASQUILLO, FUN4DS WITH THE COURT that the Decedent's date of 32428-0564
properly respond. The and PARK FINANCE OF OF COURT WITHIN death was October 14, 850-638-7268/Office
documents may be exam- BROWARD, INC., an ad- SIXTY(60) DAYS AFTER 2008; that the total value of 850-638-7263/Fax
ned at the following oca- ministratively dissolved THE SALE. the estate is $21,080.00, Person Giving Notice:
tions: Florida corporation, and that the names and WAYNE G. BRAXTON
Washington County Ad- Defendants. WITNESS my hand and addresses of those to PO. Box564

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Chipley, Florida As published in the Wash---
Ch42ple5, F ington County News rC-O---- -- L--- For'Sale: Kenmore har-For Sale. 2 large Book Sale, Saturday, WANTED: good used
32428-064March 18, 2009, SELLS! vest gold 19:2 cubic foot living-room chairs. Harvest 3-2109, 8 a, 2 p.m. Need Help with Spring propaneD o
Personal Representaive n 1 IGel YourClassifiedAd refrigerator. Works well gold. $150 for the pair. Reasonable prices. Li- cleaning or other light a B Holland
As' published in the --- In CliifeA and is very clean (no rust). Call after 5:00 to see. braryAnnex housework (vacuuming, 5054727gallon tank19 Ben
Washington County'News PUBULIC NOTICE OO MERCADISE $100.850-547-4061 415-5494. __________ dusting, mopping, bath-
WashngtnOLORI. "P ff ," -rooms)? Call 415-5711 and
March 18, 25, 2009. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Call now r details, 3100- Antiques Furniture & Matresses leave mess 15-5711 a nd g
FlED that the Board of and be noticed 3110 -Appliances Furnitur & Mattresses
NOTICE OF MEETING Count Commissioners of I 6380212 3120-Arts & Crafts Low, low, low overhead ["--I
SUNNY HILLS UNITS Washington County, For- or, 3130-Auctions guarantees low, low, low
SUNNY HILS UNITS Washington County, Flor- -547-9414 3140 Baby Items 3130 prices. P&S Discount Fur- For Sale: 20 HP 3310
12-15 id, will on the 26th day of L: .3150 Building Supplies niture, Chipley. (Since Convert-A-Phase Tracker Work. Can do
DEPENDENT DISTRICT March, 2009; at its Regular. 310 Business Auction 1973) 850-638-4311 Converts single phaseto3 front end loader work; LESSONS AVAILABLE:
Meeting 1-Place at the EquipmentAuto
A meetingoftheDsrc C e a t 1331 30 Collectibles Saturday, April 4th. phases $1500.00 call bush hogging; risking, dirt Limited space. Piano, Gui-
meetinglof the District County_ Annex at. 1331, -31 E ^ J^:^ 0' ^ ... 547-t001 for details leveling; pushing small tar, Bass Drums, Banjo,
Board of the Sunny Hills South Boulevard, Chipley, i 3180- Computers 8:00 AM. t547-r001 for d details leveling; d pushing small tar, Bass Drums, Banio,
3190 Electronics Hwy 231 N., trees; digging stumps up. Mandolin, Violih, Flute.
12-15 Dependent District Florida, consider the adop- 1120 3200- Firewood, Campbalton, Fl. Wanted to Buy, farm all Two Kubota Front End Open Mon-Sat.
will be held on Friday, tion of the following'ordi- 3210-Free Pas it On 3230 ub Trator equipment Loaders One Excavator. Covington Music.
March 27, 2009'at 2:00 PM nance, 3220 Furniture Selling: 2 Farm Cub Tractor uipment. Loaders. One Ex at O s
CST at the Enrbrgency Op- AN ORDINANCE OF The Practice of 3230 Garage/Yard Sales Dispersals, County, 2 Family Garage Sale. Bill Thomas. Call No job too small. Downtown Chipley.

11 Rd. Sat' 373-822. 80-63850
rations Center, 1331 WASHINGTON COUNTY, Maurice Marholin, D.O. 3240-Guns City, Bank Repos, plus 1526 Orange Hill Rd. Sat., 850-956-2972 373-8922. 850-638-5050.
South Blvd, Chipley, FIor- FLORIDA;, AMENDING will be closing 3250- Good Things,to Eat Consignments. March 21, 8am-lpm.
ida32428. The meeting is SECTION 6 OF PRIOR Effective March 28, 320 Health & Fitness Mason Auction & Sales
opento the public rand will 'COUNTY ORDINANCE 2009 3270 Jewelry/Clothig LLC #642. Bag Sale, through Satur- Fresh Concrete.Mixed On Site.
,3280- -Machinery/ 850-263-0473-Office day, March 21st, Sr. Mary
be conducted in accord- NO. 2001-4, AS AMENDED Patients may acquire Equipment day Main Ent ,ha ou U Ma
ance with the provisions of BY PRIOR COUNTY OR- their medical records 3290-Medical Equipment 850-258-7652-Chad Francis Waite Low-income Pay for Only What You Use
Flbrida Law for Dependent DINANCE NO. 2007-02; by calling 3300 Miscellaneous 850-849-0792-Gerald clothing give-away,
Districts. A copy of the PROVIDING FOR THE' (850)415-185 3310 Muslal Instmments www. masonauction. Monday & Tuesday, March
meeting agenda may be PRESENT ADVISORY or come by the officeA Supplies ,Shb/23&4EBA Y
obtained from the District COMMITTEE MEMBERS, located at 3330 Restaurant/Hotel CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Manager at 201 East Pine WHOSE TERM HAS NOT 1360 Brickyard Road, 3340 Sporting Goods y Yard Sale. Fri. & Sat., 2
Street, Suite 950, Orlando, EXPIRED, TO CONTINUE Chipley, FL32428. 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) miles South of Sunny Hills la uo
FL 32801. TO SERVE; PROVIDING Recrs will be retained Fountain Entrance on Hwy Land Clearing, Hauling, Demolition.
FOR THE REMAINING AD- for 2 years at the'!3220 77. 8am-until. No early
The meeting may becon- VISORY COMMITTEE Northwest Florida 0- -0 sales. Fishing gear, tools, All Types. of Concrete Work
tinuedito adate, time and MEMBERS TO'BE SE- Family HealthClinic .. B&B Furniture 1342 North bullfloat, Jitterbug, miter Fill Dii Gravel and sand.
place asevidniced'bymo: LECTED BY THE COUNTY located at Wanted ToBuy antiques RR Avenue, Chipley. We saw, Echo power pole
tion -of the majority of COMMISSION FROM RE- 1360 Brickyard Road. collectibles,, gold, silver, pay cash for clean, quality pruner, furniture, pictures,
Board Members participat- SUMES SUBMITTED; __dinnerware, colactions furniture. 850-557-02,11 or. collectibles, clothing, CALL.850-836-4500
ing.r There may be occa- PROVIDING THAT SAID paintings call A Schmidt850-415-6868. Ask for shoes, DVD's, much more
sons when one Supervisor ADVISORY COMMITTEE 850-638-7304 Pasco or Carolyn good stuff.
will participate by tele- MEMBERS SHALL SERVE, -\.
phone. THREE MONTHS PER .. .
Pursuant to provisions of FICALLY CALLED INTO0 1 0 8110 ]8110
the. Americans with Disa- SESSION BYTHE BOARD; Wanted. full-hookup for ,. .
abilities Act, any, person re- 'AND PROVIDING THAT RV on private property,
quiring special accom- THEY SHALL MAKE monthly around $250,
modation to paricipate in FUNDING RECOMMEN- month. Deaf;'writ G. Ste-
Sthis meeting is asked to DATIONS, RECOGNIZING phen, P0 Box 937,
advise the District Office at THAT MOST, IF NOT ALL, DeFuniak Springs, FL N
(407) 841-5524 at least five OF THE FUNDS WILL BE 32435
calendar days prior to te APPIIED TO DEBT N RE-"son -n f i v
meeting. If you are hear- sTIREMENTo. PROVD ING
ing or speech impaired,, AN EFFECTIVE DATE. .... ;P LOE E
please contact the Florida PERSONS DESIRING TO oY OMITE.MSTdge Is D-IVR
Relay Service' '(800)
956-8770, who can aid you ,OYCMI' EMS
9-7woca Ing the Distryou BE A RESIDENT AND/OR N E2"DG 10-A
OfniconatngteDititPROPERTY OWNER
Office. WITHIN THE BENEFIT Stock #102200.5.7L V-8 Hemi MDSVVTEngine,
UEach peron who decides UNIT PERSONS DESIR- 5-Speed- Automatic 545RFE Transmission, Big
to appeal any action taken ADVISORY COMMITTEE UIORebates As Horn Package, Chrome Accents Group
atthe meetings is ad- MUST SUBMITA RESUME 2100 Pets -As
vised that person will need TO THE COUNTY OFFICE .2110 Pets: Free to
a record of the proceed- BY APRIL 1, 2009. '. ; Good Home o Qualified SAVE $105863
h. 2120 Pet Supplies
ings and that accordingly, The time of this meeting, -2120 Far spiel Busers
the person may, need.to will be 1:00 p.m. or as supplies 50 Fr na
ensure that a verbatim rec- soon after as possible. 2140 -Pets/Livestock.uppl
ord of the proceedings, is DATED this 13th day of Wanted PAY
made, including the testi- March, 2009.
. mony and evidence upon Peter Herbert ONLY .59 8
which such appeal is toube Administrator *All discounts and factory incentives applied. Picture for illustration purposes only,
based. Washington CountyO0
George S. Flint As published in the For Sale. Red Nose Pit 0 ChrysleChrysl
Governmental Manager Washington County News Bull puppiesReady March
ment Services CentralasRed March 1,12,09.T w oP r ie
Florida, LLC Manager M51st: $104- each6
.... 4 62 Loaded, Nice Car, Local All Power
r.. rade. #102196A #P1415f"

I" LA CL IULLEGU IS now accepting Pekingnese
applications for NURSING INSTRUCTOR Pekingne
Full-lime and part-time positions available. Puppies
CKC, Health Certificate, 2
Clinical Instructor: Bachelor's Degree* in $200.,850-326-7912
Nursing and valid state, Registered'Nursing
License required. .' Tea Cup Yorkle Puppies'
Classroom Instructor: Master's Degree for adoption. If you:.are in-
withat least 18 graduate semester -hours- terested please e-mail me.
in Nursing.or Master's Degree with a major davidpeter4190@hotmal.c
in Nursing required. Valid state Registered
Nursing License required. -
ALL Vorkie and Yorkie. mix
ALL DEGREES AND COLLEGE COURSEWORK breeders, for sale because
MUST BE FROM A REGIONALLY of health problems. Make
ACCREDITED COLLEGEAND/OR UNIVERSITY. offer, call between six and
eight p.m. 850,547-4048
Provide suitable classroom and/or clinical. ______,
instruction and. supervision in multiple
areas of nursing knowledge, procedures jS M^ 4t .
and techniques in the. -Registered Nursing 21 j0
and, Practical Nursing Programs. Duties
associated with college instruction and the For Sale: young chickens,
institutional mission of the College Will aiso Rhode Island Red, Par-
e pt of te i r bridge Rocks, anconas,
be part of the instructor's role. dominiques, black
APPLICATION DEADLINE: carnish, (large-size),, all
OPEN UNTIL FILLED pure breeds. Bill Thomas
Interested applicants should submit'a-letter 850-956-2972
bof application, a completed Chipola College
employment -application (available from Call To Place An Ad
Human Resources); resume; references With In Classifieds.
current addresses ahd telephone numbers, Washington Coubty
copies of college transcripts and current .News'
Nursing License to CHIPOLA COLLEGE, "(850) 638-0212
Human Resources, 3094 Indian Circle, Holmes County
Mariarina, FL 32446 TImes-Advertiser

J&J Carpentry &
Handyman Services.
Decks, porches, mobile
home repairs, interior trim..
Call 850-896-8119 or
Ask for James or John.

Carpentry, pressure wash-
ing, lawn care, patio & win-
dow re-screening, great
rates. (850)638-4492

Light Truck/flactor Work
Top Soil, Mushroom Com-
post, Rock, Sand and Cy-
press Mulch. Pick up or
delivered Call: 773-3349 or

Sod For Sale on the farm,
delivered or Installed. Cen-
tipede and 419 Bermuda.
West Florida Turf
(850)41 5-0385;
(850)638-4860. Estab-
lished 1980

For Rent first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" 'Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north of

Mini Storage in Chipley.
All sizes for rent. We
furnish the lock.

B&M Mower Repair &
Service. Quality work at a
fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
ery Available. Bill or Mary

Sewing Machine and Vac-
uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
anteed service on all
makes and models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.

C&C Bookkeeping and
Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call

Headliners and ,Vinyl
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or
rates on new vinyl tops
and auto carpeting. Free
estimates. Call anytime,
leave message. (850)

Jim's Barber
Unda Nye has, joined Jim
at 603 Magee St. in
Bonifay. 20 years experi-
ence cutting Mens
Womens. and Childrens
hair. Sunday,' Wednesday
& Thursday. Haircduts $7
& $S8 547-93d0

86 Ford F-150 Ext Cab
Nice truck


or Z$5wK**

$289 MO*

07 Dodge
Must See!

S199 MO

03 Dodge Ram
Regular Cab
#1 01928A


All Power #P1362
S199 MO

02 Kia Sedona
Nice Mini Van



07 Chiysler
Town & Country
Low Miles,

$239 MO

05 Chiysler
Leather Roof, Hemi,
Must Go! #101993A

$339 MO*

04 Saturn Ion
Great Starter Car, Very
Low Mileage, #P1371

s129 MO

97 Lincoln Mark VIII
Loaded! All Power Nice Car!
Pick This One Up
For Only


One Owner Trade


01 GRAND CHEROKEE LTD. V-8, 4WD, Sunroof, Leather, Owner's Demo
00 CHRYSLER TOWN &,COUNTRY LTD. Loaded, Must See, Make Offer

05 NISSAN ALTIMA All Power, Nice Car!
07 BMW 328 I Very Nice Car! Hurry And Pick This One Up!
05 GMC YUKON XL Loaded With Options, Sharp!

IWe flre.Proud To BeaThe ri-State Five Star Service

Department To Take Care Of All Your Service Needs!

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WANTED: PIANOS, For Rent: 3BR/2BA brick CepadriT Doublewide on 7 acres. 2005 Honda Road/Street
Hammond Organs, Gui- home, $675. per month. 3BR/1BA Brick Home for Business for Sale. Curves Cheap Land Priced To 4BR/2BA. 2000 plus sq.ft. Shadow Spirit Motorcycle.
tars, Amps, Violins, Call 850547-3542 sale. Very well kept. Go North on 79 to Twin for Woman. Out of town Sell; Corner lot in 3835 Wilderness Rd., Ver- $5,000. Can been seen at
Banjos, Mandolins, eI II Forent; 3BR/2BA dou- roFenced yard, laundry Lake DR, West, east cor- owner. MotiVated to sell fit- Caryville Campsites, non. $129K. May take Community South Credit
Bajs, Mnolns,^ |mFor Rent; 3BR/2BA dou- .room carort fireplace. Union 1044 Hwy 90^ E.,^ *
Basses, Drums, Band In- blewide trailer, no pets 'in 1, carport, fireplace. net. 8 miles from Piggly ness franchise with work- $3999.00, 1 acre near trade in. 850-763-2450.
strumentsEIA hbewuse, smokeraN look af- $109,000. Call 638-2165. Wiggly, light, crossroad, out equipment & office Bonifay, $6900.00, Z/F
strumentsho, nesrotnieayl Zone IoI New 16x80. Ch-_pe, F_.
Covlngton Music 6 100- Business/ ter property.' Rent negotia- -Brick house with metal supplies. 100 + members, $4,499.00, a acre in Glamour bath, open floor Fl
814 Main St. Chipley Commercial ble 850-535-3640 roof, 5.3 acres, 17 beanng $15,000. in Chip ley $4,499.00, with acr in Glan. $35mou r bath, open floor
850-638-500. 6110- Apartments Chlpley, 2/3BR, 2BA ,like pecan trees, 4" water well, 850-377-9845. Email; Chipley wither city lan. $35,90999.00,0. Cll Brad @
------------ b120- Beach Rentals New Home in Chipley tor brand new, beautiful lot 2 car garage, tree house galaga23@hotmail.com water/sewer, hile$3999.00, 50-763-7780.
-6130- CondolTownhouse rent, 2 br,2ba 1271 Holley w/pond on 3 acres. Only for the kids Hu barn big Offer expired End of March $3999.00, 2 acres Ja-614 Hous Rentals ren371 ons. frte ks b oeE chare
I' A >. BiB- Roo~mmateanted Ave. Call 850-535-0711 or 45 mins, to Panama City enough, 3BR/2BA, house, __________ cob $7499.00 ,1acreain
/6150 Roommate Wanted e
160- Rooms for Rent 850-258-6018. Beach. Owner may finance living room, kitchen, dinn- Defuniak Springs ,
6170 Mobile Home/Lot P ulse' or give $10,000 cash back... ing room. 850-547-2408 Commercial Building in owner financing Lhurs Open
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals Publisher's $139,900. OBO. Lowered Chipley with beer license. $10 500 Call Stephanie ihem nB
61a90.- Timashers Rentals 50K. (314) 346-3303. 112bokfo 0 akt Fisherman Boat
6200 Vacation Rentals Notice bock from 90 Wak to Bradly Tr County Re-
JITY Hwy 77. $60,000. A.J Re- alty at 850-541-1099 34' 1983
EEu" 0alty & Refrras 638-354IVEANE
Al real estate advertising in lrll t&_Referrals.638-351 .,T5csTwin 8.2 Detroit Die-
this newspaperAis subjecttoEC NNONRE A Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- sels, Fly Bridge, Out
4100 Help Wanted 6100 m theFsiigactwi 22291Jim Bush Rd., Bofla, Fl res on Buddy Rd. One 10 .. Riggers, Diesel Genera-
4130- Employment Executive Office Space "any preference, limitation acres & One 13 acres on tor (new), full cabin,
Informato for rent downtown Chipley: ordiscrimaoase (8501541-4784Cell8501951-5682 Gainer Rd. Owner finance Galley, Trim Tabs, Bait
638-19186 race, color, religion, sex, C 'arole Cannon, eoker7i ng For more info call Mil- 1998 Ford Escort Zx2, 2 Station, Platform with
Handicap, familial status or Cutom home on golf course at Dogwood ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. door, green colo, sunroof ladder, Bottom and
4"100 r Office space for lease wia any pen- Lakes sale pending Three Springs 11 / + acres, partly col air. Good Condition. Z inc's good. Runsade! Ask-
General4 v (Corerof erence, limitation "or 'dis- Farm in S. Washington County, 36+- acres, cared w/2 homesites, 2 *.$3, 000.00 Call Ing $39,000 OBO At
S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, crimination" Familial status .mas south of 1- 10,aHwy. 50 547n2017 -- Pnaa C M
$5/obrc ho e patr *Lo gTalH re 279, on Shull Rd. $35,000. I Panama City Marine slip
The Cty of Chpley $750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 includes children under the k 87150nymL_. _.____ 603. Call 850-871-9300
TheCityofChiple offices, 1 reception,1 age of 18 living with parents Ranch,20+-acres home barns; bldgs, creek 85o849-5280Anytime
is accepting bath kitchen parking or legal custodians, preg- frontage, B&B potential 6.87 acs surveyed, 3 .Singlewldes, All or 850-258-0996
applications for a ot, hardwood firs, nant women and people se- mobiles allowed $42,900 15.8+- acs, remodeled, all 3BR/2BAa @6I-816022 S
Water Crewman I 407-616-6890 curing custody of children paved road frontage $47,500 21+- acres, By Owner; 6.82 wooded' d7 Ca Bead OR SAE 2002 suzut r
RMinimum t 1 I under 18. half in hay fields, balance mature hardwoods acres, high and dry at the 850p763b7780 GSX R10 Aste mae COMPLETE PACKAGES
LiRireenoegof Office Space for rent. in This newspaper will not deep wel, improvements 4 bldgs. Reduced corner of Holmes Road p Mnocate FROM $4,995'
Limited knowledge Dunn Building, 3 private knowingly accept any .ad-, $89900 Large brick 4/2 home, metal roof, and Seth Road, south of Zone III 14x7o0 3BR/2BA. Mileage, 12,900. Price, AIWelded,iAluminumBoats
practls metho d offices, carpet, heat/air, vertlsing for real estate 0H/A, Dbl. carport, huge bonus/game room, Prosperity $20,000 or Home has plywood floors, 5, BOAT SHOW FRI. & SAT.
practices and 2nd floor, privacy.$350. which is in violation of tre here needs floor covering, reduced $117,000 $2,500. down, $158. new paint new appli- 2007 Artic Cat 700 EF BonAiTFloWdA
equipment used in Call Dutch 850-579-221. law. Our readers are hereby er-month. CaRchard @ aces, new carpet and we Snorkeled with gorilla eal
water facilities Ca Dutch 850579221. informed that all dwellings www.carolecannonrealty.cOm pner t7-37 Ra will set up. Call Brad @ axles. 27" wheels with ga- wwwxtremeindustries.cm
malhtenanc nd advertised In this nwpa- 850-547r 26378 7 w 7 s 0 up Cl Ba x 2 w -
ardh850s763-7780.ptor tires. After market
repair activities, per are available on a equal clutch kit. Radiator moved.
Education and 'e opportunity basis, To com- Price, $5,500. Call
'ExperienceM 1, s1: II plain of discrimination call (5)8-06froe
'Experience:110 HUD toll-free atWW50)258-0096 for more
High school diploma or 2 br, 1 ba $499 Moves You 1-800-669-9777. The .I s10110 8110110 info, 8110 ]
possession of an Inl tre.. E..rpnr,1,'l,, n re-r i-iit. 6 ',, r. iT.. ,,rib, ,
acceptable equivalency TAFB -19 S Benno ,,r 1 k., Z. -
diploma. Two'(2y years Panrn.cn City 850 236441,1 00V7is.u... 27
of experience in heavy Jorge Says Come Check It Out!
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8or i8o501 5.21 167__ _ _ TO YO TA-S
Job descriptions are Mob258.R/o1 e. 'us f' ". ,e -. __'
available upon request APARTMENTS FOR 2r M le H ro q 0 a
on all positions.h RENT i- tcri. Cr638 ii4'A
RENT Pee O 85' 638-4FI0
City participates in -the Beico ..ri .criiy icrn,..e N 9N
Florida Retirem ent b r u T Ouaitv 2BR o1' BA Large Trailer
System (FRS). GM- lerr.-i hAC 5ur,,,-e Out 5d1 o
Mail or hanrd deliver A pl St 1 'm O,13 80 0 .... im i. ST,,I.' ..Con t S.r'. .5.
application and/or lay Rd r AppCio Try iing r.erit li- per3 J450 ,
resume to '. I "p, ai'.ie, oT -Sl 9,h. .. v.T.i-$9r7rh plus Shep,,p _.
City Clerk, 6A 0134 'E.uai Hou; 1-38.17 QE II YF
Cityoft4 Chipley4 ,r g Op nunr, 2BRIBA MH C for rem
S1442 cJaokson mAve.Ro Box_007_ f"400 m .T,,9rir. 5 rri n,,,...... 16 8
P.O. Box 1007 FrRn:Eo hpir
Chipley, Florida 32428. For Ren0: Brightl :-R,2_8A So:ui oi TLO I H N Y E
Deadline: ssric er,-e poi fr ap nt. Lr 3BR,1.5BA 245 r u dI
March 24, 2009, at 4:00 mert di onr, Smot erA p.i r Cll ,bat hs nr [i y I ,T ,.1
:P.M. firrli pet rElerer,,C -iHUOD a .pro.A,
PM. nd.57.3.1918 Sory nr p26.-;5
E O E/D rug Free 850 ,5 3 4.2 t ,"7
Workplace. 850- 32 77 2BR,2BA Mobile Home
hSRIDGEWOOD :r D.,:er,- oI e pe t. 4 .. .
General ARTME O, osor; plu ..' ept:,.,
A PARTM EN TS )j X ," 32 o, 527-4911 a
Veterinary Assistant efic.)A 1 S Weeks St$1 ,' 1 2 54: t ** U
Needed part-time "'for Et'.n-+: y l c am rn,0 r, 2 2BR'2BA $5eu'n',or, ir, SP

^ ^ y~~~odim Cinar. n tre2 Stt02r miR UR hABo'', Cnp- .0 C EV A EOr ..
largb/small animal prac-rli. rI arr C.ALLr ORal.a P r, 03, 0n-i i, A Y 6oni
tice. Requires heavy liftingO T DET L iu.g C AL 2 re,' piu.4 r,1C n,,,r, rd.,s
eand includes mai DETAILn 41,gopei8 ca164,"2 rr .Vr6 C,,rr.rt er o!
and cleaning. 'Calln emo ye pettok1 0-os F. Neteren,: re
638-4857. quv red Cii F638487
H srncare i 6140 2BR'2BA 165 Wide ,:,r,... o, M....
I 1BR House. Apphance. I;irrge Iot .n cou/riy inr. .
Interim Healthcae ir.er, sew er gariF:Rae rur. 'aRnnirgt,:,r, C5u0ry, r, r e
ras an immet n neiate nd Su1cle 'or m0I jr' Heopa r Cee a ,Iat m an'onir, i
I opening for an LPN in IldSur i t.J ps-k $30 6 deposit t .z
the Bontfay area. I 3 I,50-,,,,, ,Be3,5,0.918.78.76 or m 535.0665
Please.c770' 1850.326.920 1119 3BR,'2BA, 3'4 ,,eIron.
B50-482-2770 dIodraBA,eSor,,rcy EEln', S,-nm,,.i OrtOnLei
or stbH by-H*V 177A e'.tran,:e 1i c
43065Sin Ave I 2BR cabin tIB n.o, pei-i. ,TIle rome park' Cai
-i .Marianne' ~ .. c ,J[ '-,ordr, ~I 3r,3 1a.r -547.3,7.16
ML .0,,n a __________a_
month. Depose required. 3BR12BA w/.arge addition
Local Title. 'Company (850)-326-2412. 8 miles on 2 acres, fenced. 2 stor-
seeking Experienced South Bonifay age buildings. Smoke free
Real Estate Title Re-
searcher. Fax resume 2BR/1BA, House for rent. onvirenment, no : pets.
to 850-547-95971 or call Hwy 77 SoutLh, 3 miles off $600 month plus deposit.
650-547-2025 for more Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 Call 850-258-2086. A
info. for info. Bonifay- Hwy 2 rental.
2BRI1BA SgIe Wide FI -
Restaurant 2BR/2BA House for rent in 772/340-4220
Chipley. 'Two story, with'
Now Hiring: Cooks & batementon Blue Lake. 6 Circle. J MobileHome
servers K.C.'S'Pizza & Acres "land. Rents for ParkinChiay 92'-,no AMPrcesandD AferAnyFsdoyReFactoryToDlientivei.PusTaxand a~ $ubacltoPresale Pcbsaretfriirsnaoanpxposeson
Grill. Apply in person. 684 $1000 per' month with St.;. & Grab e'.'-3,- nits
7th St., Chipley. $1000 security deposit. Alabama Sr 2re 3 ,sBar,$3
Live-In Nanny1s fhl Radyforimmediate occu-pfor rent, starting @.$350 GREAT iElETIOW OF PRE-OW NED ERTIFIED
Single father looking for pancy. Progressive Realty, SPer month. For'OF ififo call.IFIE
Live-in, Nanny 1lschool638-8220. 85G-260-3026_____l_____
age child. Must be For Rent, 2BR mobile 0F P eT S L
NON-SMOKER and 3BR/1BA Brick home for home wiwindow A/C. Call_ __ _
NON-DRINKER. Must have rent. Including W/D hook 535-2657. ECHOS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile )To ot' 160 Point Quality -rUNDNA
references. Call to set up up, fenced yard, smoke F COROLLAS "Limited Waeeant IGHLA-RuNNERS
interview 850-547-1001 free environment, no pets. mbil homes in Ponce do CAMaRYS. M=E sr el. r
$700/mo. Call monine ho oes Red CEliA S Years, 100,000 Mile eat election Fromt HIGHLANDERS
Wanted: Teacher with 40 8068-15 Leon, near schools. Rea- TCMsE &;Q.Rodieers 0,O t~sac**ie l~ldVh... o ollseto.,euias, SEQUOIAS
hour certification to work in sonable rent 850-849-508 AEXAMPLESA.e t seq a SYAR]S
'1 & 2 Year old class. 3BR/2BA Country Living or850-535-2680.
850-547-1444 on.45 acres. Fenced for For Rent:z2BR/2BA mobile 06 TOYOTA COROLLA 06 TOYOTA PRIUS
horses/cattle. 5 miles home, north of Westville396TO779CONaLig6 TiOTA rp ..
South of Caryville 1-10. on Hwy. 179-A..No pets
$700 month. Call Phone 850-956-1220 or Stock #910268,,,,,,", $NavigationSharp.
1-4130 260-9607. 850-956-2470
3BR/2BA House. Sunny For Rent: Vernon, 2BR 05 TOYOTA SOLARA 07 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
Mystery Shoppers, get Hills area. $600/deposit, .Mobile Home, work shop,;p y .. .. 6,849
paid to shop Retail/dining $750/month. Call fishing. Call 850-849-5068 t e- "H. ."
establishments need Un- 850-527-6262.finor l850-535-2 68
derercover clients to judge' or850-535-2680 08 TOYOTA YARIS 06 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
quality customer service. 3BR/2BA House for rent. Like.Now 16x8,0 $3BRR-206 888
Earn up to $150, a day. No pets..Application full baths onBrickyard Rd. Automatic, Nice ..m.,.h.a,-m-m-a.1 8 Limited, Nice!,. ..$, 7,
Call (888).-523-1013. needed. Call 63-1918. Sorry, no pets Day, -- --uu
638-4630; Night, 638-1434O 06 TOYOTA TACOMA DOUBLE CAB,
2BR/2BA, water/sewer and ,Stnrof, Sharp .1 l-
awseicfunse.miles east of Vernon on Pi- '.OR.T
.' '" ~ ~~~~~~~~oneer Rd. 850-636-9933 or ".+ o ~ DV H e iSS P RS L
,325-233-9224, or [,i '
850-638-7315. PR O W E VE I L SA E
'on Sapp rad '' : k:+e ~ CHECK I OUT!!!
Are you an energetic and dependable 8 miles east of Chipley. 3 ,' : CotnalUnSapRad ,'.' .. '"
~ ~~~~~~~~~br, 2 ba, and 2br 2 ba,'02M R U Y B E -. I 08c EilL
worker? If so, you qualifyv for an avial.Total a actric. 0202865r284 ME C R 08ACHEV AVE0O +
opporunt /to launch your career with( a www.charloscountryliv-S BL $4,888 Get a~ lae..'.,-,, 1 lll
growing company! You'must be Willing ringocom ..,4 Door, Clean ....,..'.u ;.....m ..;*.Gra a Mlae
to travel and have valid ID and 55 card. -., 03 TOYOTA CAMRY LE :,+ 06 FORD RANGER +
Com.byan p/atriueourefn df(E O u) .
We offer great benefits to qualifying $09,Y8A88NER0 BUICKer LACro o SSNi e!',,,,,' 1 4
employees such as 401Ik, group medical 'ELETT ~Rs. V-6, Clean....,.'..3....,...............$9 8 8 LahrSuofNc!.......$ 3 94
and dental insurance, employee stock 70 oe
pucae vaain lieanT 7110- BehHomes 06 FORD TAURUS' 06 NISSAN MAXIMA
inurnc; nfomsanpe ie.Pr2-opmerctyl Snof Leather, Must See!.....,.,,.. $9979 Leather, Loaded ,.,....u..t.......,....$ 8
inuacuiom n e im ,7130:- Condo/Townhousn RD EXPLORER
A4k41 tdq9#f'c'uto't 710 obieo mesa /Lots 05 FOR X LO E 08 DODGE 1500 CREW CAB
71'--Wae--'nt- Leatiler, Check It Out! .,..,.........$ 0,888 V-8, Sharp Truck! ,.......,,......,...1 9 979

Property : r -. '= '" ..
We_'1946" 7190 -frTown '- ,- ' MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
Real Estate
We are now taking applications for 7200- TimesharAll Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale.
-Mechanics R7100.ememberIN You
-Class A CDL Drivers 2.5 acres, 2002, 4BR/2BA, T
Sdoublewide, 1800 Sq/ FtI I Can'tCome To
-Equipment Operators totally renovated, pav
road, frontage, 1 mile from
-Construction Crew Laborers Bonifay and 1-10. $79,900. Us, Just Give Us
www.trawickconstruction.com 50-956-26422961 Penn. Ave., M a anna, L Cl rie
1900 square feet, split(850)" 5 3S11 1 Cl0 l, We'l 8V6
1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, FI level home for sale or(850) 52 -3511 --42 W
850.638.0429 lease, will sacrifice due to :a' t T 1 You.
850.638.0429 health. Call 850-849-5068 Check us out at: www.mariannatoyota.com
or 850-535-2680

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