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No Child Left
Behind report now
Vernon Elementary
School would like
all parents to know
that the 2008-09 No
Child Left Behind SPAR
and AYP report are
available upon request
at no cost. Anyone
interested may call
VES for a copy at 535-

Chipley City
Council meets
Chipley City Council
will hold a workshop
meeting on Thursday,
Sept. 3 at 5 p.m. in
the City Hall Council
Chambers at 1442
Jackson Avenue,


County Health Clinic
welcomed their
new dentist Monica
Williams, who
arrived August 11.




The trust company
for the Knight
property in Bay
and Washington
counties will soon
begin negotiations
with local officials
on developing
residential, retail and
environmental areas

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Managing Editor
CHIPLEY - US Rep. Jeff
Miller was on hand Saturday
afternoon for a combination
fish fry and town hall meet-
ing at the Washington Coun-
ty Ag Center. Miller found a
largely friendly crowd as he

guest at
discussed the issues of the
Congress is out for about
another week and Miller is
traveling the First Congres-
sional District including
Washington and Holmes
counties, and one major is-
sue is national health cire.
"I do not support the
legislation currently before

fish fry
us," Miller said. He supports
"some type" of reform, but
only if it helps with costs and
insurance rates. Other issues
that need to be addressed in-
clude keeping pre-existing
policies, portability and abil-
ity ,to sell insurance across
state lines.

DAVID BLANKENSHIP I Special to the Washington
County News


JAY FELSBERGI Managing Editor
Some 500 donors attended a fundraiser in honor of the late Rep. Sam Mitchell on Saturday, Aug.
29. More than $30,000 was raised to endow a scholarship in memory of the former state legislator
who played on Chipola College's first football and basketball teams in 1947. Here, Chipola
president Dr. Gene Prough presents a bouquet of flowers to Sam's wife Nellie. The event was hosted
by "Friends of Sam Mitchell" and sponsored by the Chipola Appreciation Club.

3am' remembered

rep, educator honored by scholarship in his name

Managing Editor

MARIANNA - Months of
work paid off Saturday night at
the National Guard armory in
Marianna. The packed house
was there to honor Washing-
SAM ton County's "Big Sam" Mitch-
MITCHELL ellby creating a scholarship in

his name. Family and friends
of late legislator, coach and
educator from Vernon worked
tirelessly to raise funds and
organize the event.
There were 51 corporate
and private tables purchased
for the event.
The Chipola College schol-
arship will be given to an area
student, with details and cri-

teria still being workedout. If
the attendance Saturday was
an indication, however, there
will be little trouble funding
the effort.
"I appreciate everybody,"
said Nellie Mitchell, Sam's
widow. "It's a wonderful event.
He's been gone for six years

US Rep. Jeff
Miller (right) was
on hand Saturday
afternoon for a
combination fish
fry and town
hall meeting at
the Washington
County Ag

JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Tax Collector Helen
Mclntyre helps a
customer on Aug. 31.

Lines finally

shorter at

tax office

'shopping' led to long
lines, system crashes

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY - Washington
County Tax Collector Hel-
en McIntyre finally had a
second to respond to media
questions Monday, Aug. 31.
It seems the state comput-
er system had crashed for
the umpteenth time that
That was standard
throughout the state as
Floridians formed long
lines at tax offices on the
last day before tag fees
doubled. Fee increases
were approved during the
last session of the legisla-
ture in part to offset budget
problems caused by declin-
ing state revenues.
That means the .extra
fees all go to state coffers,
but local offices were the
ones swamped by residents
trying to save some money.
Things were busy, to say
the least.
"It's been up and down
all day," McIntyre said
about the computer sys-
tem. She said the numbers
of customers started in-
creasing last week.
"It was busy all week
long, but Friday was the
busiest," McIntyre said.
"We never stopped and
they were waiting in line to-
day before we opened."
The staff was on hand as
long as there were custom-
ers Monday.

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and town hall

CHIPLEY - Washington County L
EMS, Chipley Fire Department and.
Washington County Sheriff's Office were
on the scene just before 3 p.m. Saturday .
when reports came in of the Wilkins -
trailer on fire on Nearing Hills Road just.... f
west of Chipley High School. Smoke .
was pouring from under the eaves when-.-
firefighters arrived, but the blaze was
quickly brought under control. There was
considerable interior damage but there
were no injuries. N.re coverage online
at chipleypaper.com.

JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor


A2 I Washington County News

Wednesday, September 2, 2009


New dentist at Washington County Health Clinic

CHIPLEY - Washington
County Health Clinic wel-
comed their newest dentist
Monica Williams, who ar-
rived August 11.
"So far so good; every-
one here has been really
nice to me," said Williams.
She graduated from Me-
harry Medical College in

Nashville, Tenn. in 2008.
Afterwards she was in-
volved in a residency pro-
gram for advanced educa-
tion in general dentistry at
Bay Pines VA Hospital in
the Tampa area and she fin-
ished in June of this year.
"I moved here to be
closer to my family, who
live in Atlanta," she said.
"Chipley is much like my
home in Arkansas so I feel
really comfortable here."

Williams said she
was originally from
"The clinic's
been going through
some renovations; .
we're making it 4
more kid friendly." . '
"I believe taking WI
care of your teeth
now can prevent fu-
ture problems," she said.
"Keep those appointments;
there's a policy that if you


miss two appoint-
ments in a row you
have to wait a whole
year before you can
make another one."
Williams ex-
plained that this
was mandated, not
by the dental clinic,
but by the medical

She explained that some
of the renovations involved
changing the color of

the interior.
"The walls were this
drab dark blues and grays
and now we've got more
pastel, cheerful colors,"
she said. "We want our
clinic to be as inviting and
kid friendly as possible."
She said, as a dentist,
she would stress the im-
portance of prevention.
"We serve children on
Medicaid only; ages 21 and
under and all services pro-

vided are free," she said.
"We try to make all visits
as quick, easy and painless
as possible."
Dental services include
exams, cleaning, sealants,
restorations, extractions
and root canal therapy.
Clinic hours are Mon-
day through Thursday, 7
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For more
information contact the
dental clinic at 638-6240
ext. 171.

Community BRIEFS

Fall Lassos and Hairbows
CHIPLEY - The Junior Woman's
Club of Chipley will hold its an-
nual Fall Lassos and Hairbows
Sale on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Washington
County Agricultural Center on
Highway 90 in Chipley.
Local moms and dads can sell
their kids gently used clothes,
toys, shoes, bedding, books more
quickly and easily. Get great deals
on these quality used items.
New this year: Bring in 10 non-

perishable food items and get in
to the Early Bird Presale on Fri-
day, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. All food will
be donated to local food liantries
and any unwanted, unsold clothes
and toys left from the sale will be
donated to local shelters.
For more information or to
download a seller's packet, visit
the website at w(vw.chipleyju-
niors.com or call 638-4555.

2009 Faith Festival
WAUSAU - The 2009 Faith Fes-
tival is scheduled for Sept. 26 at

7 p.m. at the Possum Palace just
off Hwy 77 South in Wausau. Fea-
tured singers are the Hoppers
and Royal City.
Seating is limited so take your
lawn chairs. Tickets are $6 in ad-
vance and $10 at the gate.
For more information call
Bunk Corbin at 638-5023 or 260-
6555. Dothan area, call 334-803-
2207 or 334-796-6222.

Washington County
Senior Day
Washington County Council

on Aging is coordinating the sec-
ond annual Washington County
Senior Day. Seniors from all over
Washington County are invited
to celebrate at Shivers Park in
Chipley. On October 6, business-
es all over Washington County'
are coming together to make
this day special for our seniors.
There will be a variety of enter-
tainment, i.e., dancing, music,
free food, games, door prizes,
Donations will be greatly ap-
preciated for Washington Coun-
ty Senior Day. The donations will

go directly to the Washington
County Council on Aging (501-c3
tax exempt) for items needed for
seniors in our community. Spon-
sors who donate will reserve
space for an Exhibit Booth and
the sponsor's name will be in-
cluded in our program.

Make check payable to: Wash-
ington County Council on Aging,
1348 South Boulevard
Chipley, Fl 32428
850-638-6216 * 850-638-6217
email: wccoa@bellsouth.net

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For the week ending Aug.
*Florida Liv'estock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$10,841 compared to $11,193
last week and $10,402 a year
ago. Compared to last week;
slaughter cows $1-2 lower;
bulls were unevenly steady;
feeder steers mostly steady;
heifers $1-2 lower; replace-
ment cows mostly steady.
* Georgia Livestock
Auctions: Receipts in 25
markets totaled $11,095
compared to $11,422 last
week and $10,782 a year ago.
Compared to one week ago;
slaughter cows were steady
to $2 lower and bulls $1
higher; feeder steers steady
to $1 lower and steer calves
were unevenly steady; heif-
ers mostly steady and heifer
calves steady to $1 higher;
replacement cows steady to
$2 lower.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$17,052 compared $19,435 a
week ago and $10,410 a year
ago. Compared to a week
ago; slaughter cows and

bulls steady to $1 higher;
feeder steers $1-2 lower;
feeder heifers $2-4 lower
and bulls $2 lower; replace-
ment cows and pairs sold
Feeder Steers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2.
300-400 lbs.: FL $103-
130- GA $99-126 - AL
400-500 lbs.: FL $86-113
- GA $94-113- AL $90-
500-600 lbs.: FL $82-100-
GA $88-105 -AL $81-102
Feeder Heifers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $85-108
- GA $90-108 - AL $89-
400-500 lbs.: FL $79-92 -
GA $85-100 - AL $84-100
500-600 lbs.: FL $77-89
- GA $79-94- AL $80-94
Slaughter Cows: 90 Per-
cent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $30-45
- GA $41-48 - AL $38-42
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL $50-58
- GA $56-65 -AL $55-59

Arrest report from the
Washington County Sher-
iff's Department for the
week of August 24-31, 2009.
Robin Michelle Adams:
11/30/71, Chipley, fraud (2
counts) and violation of pro-
bation on worthless checks.
Jonathan Blount:
6/25/84, Graceville, dealing
in stolen property.
Kimberly Capps: 9/2/69,
Marianna, driving while
license suspended or re-
Tony Caso: 1/18/77, Tal-
lahassee, violation of proba-
tion on possession of con-
trolled substance without
a prescription and fraud
to obtain a controlled sub-
Mack A. Chestnut:
6/14/67, Chipley, manufac-
ture of meth with in 1000 feet
of school/childcare/place of
worship, possession of list-
ed chemicals, possession of

paraphernalia, principal in
the first degree to burglary.
Raymond Herring:
12/24/46, Chipley, driving
under the influence.
Jayla Long: 8/5/90, Mari-
anna, disorderly conduct,
violation of probation on
worthless check
Steven Mendez: 10/3/79,
Midland City, Ala., viola-
tion of probation on driving
while license suspended or
AV Miles: 7/7/58, Chipley,
possession of parapherna-
Hayes Robinson Jr.:
1/30/67, Chipley, contempt
of court.
William Sheffield:
3/13/85, Panama City, fail to
pay fines.
Thomas Webb: 9/15/70,
Youngstown, violation of
probation on driving while
license suspended or re-


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At left, US Rep. Jeff Miller (lower right) talks with citizens. He is joined by his assistant, Helen Hunt Rigdon (center) and Washington County Commissioner and
Republican Party State Treasurer Joel Pate (right). At right, US. Rep. Jeff Miller enjoyed a crowd in tune with his message Saturday.
- -

Miller comes to Chipley for fish fry and town hall

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gressman Jeff Miller was ington County Ag Center invited to stop by enjoy a
on hand for the Community on Hwy 90 in Chipley. This free lunch and visit with
Visit and Luncheon on Sat- free fish fry was .open to Congressman Miller.
Above at left, US Rep. Jeff Miller talks with constituents about the issues of
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A4 I Washington County News


Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Pink Ward's experiences a visit from Dr. Dalton

The Prattler again
acquiesces the pages of the
column this week to guest
writer Gertrude Dunn
Weaver,for the
conclusion ofher
writing on Dr B.W .
Dalton's surgery bs
on Shell Landing
neighbor, Mr Pink
Readers will
note Gertrude PE
Weaver's ability to PR
write vicariously, Pen
with a vivid recall
ofher subject
matter, plus using
applicable vernacular of
the times.
Gertrude Dunn
Weaver's story from last
week continues:
"Now," Mr. Pink said,
"I made it to the doorsteps
and called for the bottle
asafetidaa) Ophelia had it to
me in no time."
"What in the world ails
you, Pink?" asked Mrs.
Ward. "After I had downed
about half the bottle with
no results, I said 'I'm sick'
you need to get Dr. Dalton.
"I was always a fussing
with Ophelia about driving
my old car too fast-always
telling her it was old and
wouldn't stand up long

under fast driving, but this
was one time I didn't care."
I said, "Jump in the car
and take it to our neighbor
and tell him to step
on the gas and
bring doc back in a
, . hurry, or I'm going
to die."
/a "Seemed like
eternity before the
doc got there. He
RRY'S just sniffed around,
thumped my belly
ATTLE a few times and I
y Wells said doc I think I'm
Ward quotes Dr. Dalton
as saying: "No Pink, you
are not dying, but if we
don't get that appendix out,
you are." He further said
that the doctor handing
Mrs. Ward a bottle of
alcohol with instructions,
"Scrub that table down
real good." And then asked
her if she had any "rum or
whiskey." She responded
that she did not drink, but
had a bottle of"medicine"
and Dr. Dalton said, "Get
it down him and I will be
back soon with my surgical
tools." As he was leaving,
Pink Ward called to the
doctor: "Doc, bring Mrs.
Lizzie when your return."
Great aunt, Elizabeth


Dr. B. W. Dalton,and wife,
(Lizzie) Parker Raley,
was a mid-wife. She and
grandma, Cynthia Parker
Dunn's homestead were
across River Road from
each other.
Both were young
widows who raised their
children by the work
of their hands on the
homesteads. Both were
Civil War orphans. Aunt

Ida V. Powell Dalton.
Lizzie was raised by a
doctor where she learned
mid-wifery skills.
Doc called back to the
sick man: "Pink, what in
the world do you want
with Mrs. Lizzie?" "Pink,
she's a mid-wife." Ward
replied: "Doc, if you are
wrong about what ails me,
from what they say about
birthing babies, I'm fixing

to have triplets!"
"Doc took me for my
word and brought both
Mrs. Lizzie and Cynthia
with him."
Grandma Dunn said
that Doctor Dalton stopped
at Aunt Lizzie's gate and
told her that he had to
-operate on Pink-than he
needed her and Cynthia-
that he would be back soon.
"We were ready
when he and his driver
returned," further
reporting: "When we,
reached the Ward home,
Pink was dog drunk and
accusing Ophelia of trying
to poison him."
Pink continued his
story. "Doc scrubbed
that table again. My wife,
Ophelia, Mrs. Lizzie and
Cynthia lifted me on that
table and when Doc put
that ether to my nose, I
was out of it." "Ophelia
said Doc had me open in
no time, rolled my innards
out on the table and cut
that appendix out!"
"He sewed me up and I
am as good as new."
In answer to the
question didn't it hurt?
"Not one bit" he said.
"A little while later, I was
down at the creek a fishing,

and a fellow stopped by and
said 'aren't you the man
Doc Dalton operated on
at your house?' Sure am, I
said." The man continued
'you mean you let that
little dried up quack cut on
you?' Pink Ward states he
"rise up from my seat" and
told the man: "You can call
him a dried up doctor all
you like, and I pointed my
finger at him and said, don't
ever let me hear your refer
to him as a quack again."
Pink Ward then
concluded his story by
stating: "Ain't no doctor
twixt here and New
Orleans half as smart as he
is. He saved my life. What
more can any doctor do!"
This story is especially
dedicated to Patsy Dalton
Herring, granddaughter
of Dr. B. W Dalton. She
is retired from Vernon
Elementary School as
Librarian. She inspired so
many elementary students
to read.
Thanks to Judge Wells
for allowing me to recount
this story in his popular
weekly Washington County
News Feature "Perry's
He will see you all next


Blood Drive mobile unit
The SCBC -blood drive mobile unit is
scheduled at the following location and
The Marianna center located at 2503
Commercial Park Drive is open 9 a.m. to 6
p.m., Monday through Friday. Anyone can
stop by the center to donate blood if you can't
stop by one of the following mobile units.
* Monday, Sept. 7; Chipley Wal-Mart 9
a.m.-3 p.m.

Power Aging/Yoga Classes
Power Aging/Yoga Classes will be held at
the Washington County Council on Aging in
September on Monday afternoons'from 1:30
until 3 p.m. and on Thursday evenings from
5:30 until 7 p.m. This is an intermediate yoga
class, progressing from light stretching to
more intensive poses. Individual attention
is given to each participant according to
his/her abilities. There will be a short dis-
cussion on power foods, beauty secrets and
alternative medicine at each class. Printed
material is distributed from time to time.'
Requirements are loose clothing (no
binding shorts or jeans), a yoga mat or cot-
ton blanket/quilt, two, 2-pound weights or
two 1-pound-cans, and a cotton tie 5-1/2 to
6 feet long. The instructor is Sandie Acosta.
Cost for each class is $25 per month. Call
638-6217 or 638-3838 for more information.

Chipley High School Cow Chip Festival Sept. 26

CHIPLEY - Chipley High School is
planning a Cow Chip Festival Satur-
day, Sept. 26 at new CHS Sports Fields
starting at 10 a.m.
Cow Chip Bingo will pit your luck
against the gastronomical actions of a
cow and her ability to do "what comes
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 School.
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 chip wins
$500 and the third chip wins $1,000,
actual amounts will be based on the
percentage of total parcels sold.
Your "deed" to a Cow Chip Bingo
square confers no actual rights of
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School at 638-6100.

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MITCHELL from page Al

and I was afraid they had
forgotten him, but they
didn't and we appreciate it
so much."
"It's awesome," said
nephew Kenny Ray Mitch-
ell, one of the principal or-
ganizers of the event. "I'm
excited by this scholarship
for high school seniors
throughout the area."
Mitchell was definitely
not forgotten. Many old
friends from Vernon and
Washington County were
on hand, as well as several
elected officials among the
Washington County
Commissioner Charles
Brock noted that Mitch-
ell picked him up for little
league. "I never would have
played ball except for Sam
Mitchell," he said.
The county might not
have gotten a prison either
except for ~itchell. "During
my first term as commis-
sioner he called and said
there was one more prison
for Washington County if
you want-it.
"He touched a lot of peo-
ple, and to a lot of people
Sam Mitchell was a second
Washington County
Council on Aging Director
Mary Enfinger and sup-
porters had a table. Mitch-
ell played an important role
in getting the WCCOA facil-
"In 1985 he said bring
us the plans, so we got the
plans," Enfinger said. "He
put them in his back pock-
et. We got about $100,000
and had the building about
a year later. It was a good
"Sam's first year in the
state legislature he served
with my grandfather, J.
Troy Peacock of Jackson
County," said District 5
State Rep. Brad Drake.
Drake occupies the seat
formerly held by Mitchell.
"My granddad always
referred to Sam as a friend,
and Sam told me that some
of his best times were help-
ing people in this area. He
was chair of the General
Government Appropria-
tions Committee, and he
always said the man that
controls the money con-
trols the honey."
US Rep Jeff Miller
worked for Doyle Conner
at the Department of Agri-
culture when Mitchell was
on the Agriculture Commit-

tee, and met with him many
"Where in the world
could you get a crowd like
this except to honor Sam
Mitchell?" Miller asked.
"And all age groups are

"He knew the system
back and forth and he knew
what it took to get some-
thing done. "That's a lost
art. He worked across the
aisle and he worked for all
the people of Florida."
Miller even mentioned
Mitchell's famous seafood
shack "The world would
be at peace with some mul-
let and grits made by Big
"This is truly a Washing-
ton' County event," said for-
mer Vernon Principal and
Washington County School
Superintendent Jerry Tyre.
"Sam gave me my first
job when he was principal
at Vernon. It's incredible
that he could do what he did
with his humble beginnings
and that he improved the
lives of so many people."
Mitchell even introduced
Tyre to his future wife, who
was also a teacher.
"He was our coach and
our mentor," Washington
County Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock said. "He was a true
leader and a true states-
man. As a legislator his yes
was a yes and his no was
a no, and he would tell you
why he couldn't support
Daniel Everitt said that
Mitchell was his coach
from Little League base-
ball all the way through
high school football. Everitt
and his brother, Rick, were
also heavily involved in the
event. He said Mitchell was.
a tough coach.
"He would scrimmage
with us, with us in pads and
him in shorts and sneak-
ers," Everitt said. He said
that one time Mitchell
needed to make a point and
picked up a player "by the
shoulder pads with his feet
Everitt is a successful
businessman, and he as-
cribed much of his success
to what he learned from
"Work hard during the
year, always give your best
and never give up."
More coverage online at
chipleypaper.com and on
Page A6

Drug bust
CHIPLEY - On Friday,
August 21, Officer James
Webb of the Chipley Police
Department, Trooper C.
Ellis and Trooper C. Har-
rison of the Florida High-
way Patrol apprehended
Johnathon Jerome Pryor
for outstanding warrants
at a residence in Chipley.
Pryor, who had earlier
this year been convicted
for the sale and delivery
of crack cocaine, has been
evading law enforcement

leads to two arrests in Chipley


since he had vi(
terms of his cc
control on May 3
Pryor was fou

under the kitchen sink at a
residence on Maybell Way
. i Officers on scene con-
n -. ducted a search of the
S residence where crack
----- cocaine, marijuana, and
other items used in the
sale and distribution
were located within the
PRYOR residence. The tenant of
the residence, Lenicia K.
elated the Brown, was also arrested
community for possession of marijua-
1. na more than 20 grams.
ind hiding "We're glad to get Pry-

or off the streets, as he
has been evading us for
almost 3 months," said
Chief Kevin Crews
Pryor was arrested for
outstanding warrants for
Violation of Community
Control, Resisting an Of-
ficer with out violence and
driving with a suspended
or revoked license
Brown was charged
with Possession of Mari-
juana more than 20

DCA considers sector strategy in north Bay County

SFlorida Freedom Newspapers
PANAMA CITY - The trust
company for 55,000 acres in
Bay and Washington coun-
ties will soon begin nego-
tiations with local officials
on developing residential,
retail and environmental ar-
eas, officials said Monday.
The Florida Department
of Community Affairs has
given the go-ahead for a
process similar to what led
to the West Bay Area Sector
Plan, the keystone of which
was the new Panama City-
Bay County International
Airport, said property trust-
ee senior vice president
Steve Lynch.
"The whole process will
now start with getting with
various government offi-
cials," all of whom will have
to agree to the final blue-
print, Lynch said.
Roughly 7,500 acres of
the 55,000-acre tract known
as the James L. Knight
Trust are located in north
Bay County. Officials with
property trustee Northern
Trust Company have been
pushing to implement a Sec-
tor Plan such as the West
Bay Area Sector Plan for
the entire Knight property,
which stretches into Wash-
ington County.
Negotiations with city

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Map of the planning area for the
Map Courtsey of Knight Trustees.

and county officials could owner
lead to an over-arching thousa
map for land use and envi- sale.
ronmental set-asides that "W
would give long-range cohe- of sett
siveness to development in acres,
the area, Bay County Com- .is onl3
missioner Mike Thomas long p
said Monday. is a gr
Only 5 allowed: whole
Such comprehensive sec- Lyr
tor plans, only five of which by the
are allowed in Florida, are the ai
authorized by the Florida gotiati
Legislature for large tracts official
of land and include public Bay ci
participation and intergov- ofEbr
ernmental coordination. Th(
Thomas said such plans work
allow communities to pre- depart
pare future infrastructure to dev
and preserve crucial envi- that w
ronmental parcels, rather of loca
than allowing a large land- who e

See a
of the
area at.

Knight property

to simply rope off
hands of 1-acre lots for

e have the possibility
ing aside thousands of
" Thomas said. "This
y the start of a very
process, but I think this
eat opportunity for the
nch said the go-ahead
SDCA gives the trust
authority to begin ne-
ons with government
Is in Washington and
counties and the town
e trust will begin
ig with local planning
tments of each entity
'elop a land-use map
ill meet the approval
1 government officials
eventually must vote

the proposal up or down.
More than 100 govern-
ment officials, citizens and
agency heads met in Ebro
last December to discuss
such a sector plan and the
form it could take, including
residential units, mixed-use
development and environ-
mental set-asides.
In Bay County, for in-
stance, trust officials said
a residential village could
be built near Court Martial
Lake, and mixed-use resi-
dential and retail develop-
ment was possible along
State 20 and at its intersec-
tion with State 77.
Other development op-
portunities exist in Wash-
ington County near Ebro,
along the north corridor of
State 79 and near Tiller Mill
Lake and Big Blue Lake.
The Ebro meeting was
sponsored by the West
Florida Regional Planning
Council, which has since
forwarded its positive rec-
ommendation to the DCA.
Both Lynch and Thomas
said workshops last year in
Jackson and 'Washingtop
counties about a future pub-
lic/private toll road from the
Alabama state line to Bay
County played no part in the
sector planning.
"The people who are in-
terested in that have not ap-
proached us," Lynch said.

MILLER from page Al

"If your insurance com-
pany has to compete with the
federal government guess
who wins?" Miller said that
people could certainly keep
their insurance plans ps long
as the insurance company
stays. in business and could
meet federal standards.
The bottom line, "Scrap
everything proposed so far
and come back to the table,"
Miller said. That could be

hard, Miller said, as long at
President Barrak Obama
and Congressional Demo-
crats insist on a public option
being part of health care leg-
"I hope when we come
back to DC they can figure
out what America wants,"
Miller said, "but they have
the votes to pass whatever
version they want." Normal-
ly Democrats would need 60

votes in the Senate, butifthey
use a trick called "reconcilia-
tion" they would only need 51
votes. Miller suggested that
while health care may pass,
it might not be the best idea
to use reconciliation.
"If they do that to press
this thing through like they
are talking about it would be
a big mistake," Miller said.
He believes that it would be
proof to the public that they

have lost control of the issue
and would pass health care
with or without public sup-
"Every day they push
this legislation forward and
don't listen to the American
people is a day closer to a
Republican House."
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Wednesday's paper, online
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Robert Trammel served as emcee.

'Big Sam' Mitchell's legacy honored with fundraiser

Special to the Washington
County News
MARIANNA - The late leg-
endary leader "Big Sam"
Mitchell was honored at a
ceremony, dinner and dance
celebrating his life on Aug.
29 at the National Guard Ar-
mory in Marianna, hosted
by "Friends of Sam Mitch-
ell" and sponsored by the
Chipola Appreciation Club.
The event honored the
former Florida legislator's
legacy while raising money
to create a perpetual schol-
arship in his name at Chipo-
la College, where he played
on the college's first football
and basketball teams in
"Big Sam" developed
a larger-than-life persona
during his 40-year career as
a coach, principal and father
figure to thousands of chil-
dren in Vernon and Wash-
ington County.
He began his coaching
career at Campbellton High
School in 1952, where he had
a 24-2 record in his first sea-
He was called to ser-
vice in the U.S. Army, and
upon returning home from
military duty, Mitchell es-
tablished himself at Ver-
non High School, where
he compiled an overall ca-
reer record as a basketball
coach of 396-59. As a football
coach, Mitchell compiled
an impressive record of 113
wins and only 17 losses.

Mitchell's basketball team
won the state championship
in 1957. He was chosen as
basketball coach of the year
in 1957 and football coach of
the year in 1961.
Mitchell was appointed
principal of Vernon High
School in 1967 and served
until 1977. He was elected
to the Board of Directors
of the Florida High School
Activities Association from
1968-1975, and served as
vice president from 1975 to
Mitchell was elected by
the people of this area to
serve in the Florida legis-
lature. He served for more
than 20 years, receiving
many legislative awards.
He completed his term as
speaker pro-tempore dur-
ing the 1988-1990 sessions.
At the time of his retire-
ment, Mitchell was one of
the longest serving and
most respected members
in the history of the Florida
After retiring in 1994,
he worked with the Florida
Lakes Department.
Mitchell was born Aug.
2, 1929, in Chipley. He mar-
ried Nellie Henders on Sept.
4, 1951, and they had two
children, Brenda and Sam-
mie Jean. After retirement
he settled down in Vernon,
where he ran a small sea-
food business as a hobby,
which allowed him to make
new friends until his death
in November 2003.

Rick Everitt (right) put together the slideshow for the special event.

S. *
State Rep. Marti Coley talks with former Washington County School
Superintendent Jerry Tyre.

TOP: Nellie Mitchell and Robert Trammell.
MIDDLE: W.T. Waller and wife Paula
were among those present to honor Sam
Mitchell. BOTTOM: Chipola President
Dr. Gene Prough was a guest speaker.

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Walton falls to Holmes

in preseason tune-ups

PHOTOS BY DAVID BLANKENSHIP I Sputal Ito' the Hr.lnms Cuunrn Tn!t.-Ad.lkrtilr' W.L-hingtlon C,-unn Ne~s-
Port St. Joe's Calvin Pryor races upfield against Chipley,

Port St. Joe takes Chipley 28-14 in kickoff action

SManaging Editor

CHIPLEY - Port St. Joe's
speed was the key as the
Tiger Sharks downed host
Chipley 28-14 in a kickoff
The Tiger Sharks domi-
nated the first half, unof-
ficially tallying 171 yards
and taking a 21- 0 halftime
PSJ struck first through
the air as quarterback
Zach Smith hit Trubias Hill
for a 43-yard scoring pass
on the Tiger Sharks' first
drive to make it 6-0. The
visitors recovered a Chi-
pley fumble on the ensuing
drive and seven plays later
Smith hit Quincy Welch
with an eight-yard touch-
down pass. The two-point
conversion by Jacobie
Chamber made it 14-0.
Calvin Pryor finished
up first-half scoring with a

Chipley's Shonquelle Swain gets good yardage
before being taken down.

twisting 49-yard run with
2:54 left in the half, with
the kick making it 21-0.
Pryor scored on a 14-
yard run early in the third
quarter with the kick mak-
ing it 28-0 Port St. Joe.
Chipley finally got on the
board with 3:28 left in the
third quarter on a four-
yard quarterback sneak by
Josh Myers. Backup quar-

terback James Vorhees!
finished up with a 25-yard
touchdown run with 19
seconds lelt in the game.
The varsities played
throughout, although most
of those suited up got to
"Big plays and turn-,
overs killed us," said first-
year Chipley Coach Rob
Armstrong. "They were

the, difference in the ball
"They are as skilled a
football team as we will
see this year."
PSJ Coach Vern Barth
complimented the young
Chipley team. "They made
some great adjustments
and made some great long
drives," he said.
Barth said his team
"never really panicked"
even when Chipley threat-
ened to score. He said.
there was work to do on
defense before the season
opener with Bay.
"The defensive ends
need to be squeezing the
ball," Barth said. "The pe-
rimeter needs to tighten
up at the edge, and we
gave up too many yards off
tackle tonight.
Chipley opens at Ver-
non Friday night.
Football preview edition
in this week's paper, more
coverage online

Chipley looks to improve as volleyball season moves ahead

Managing Editor

CHIPLEY - Chipley is a pe-
rennial local volleyball pow-
er, but this year's team may
need to improve a bit before
it can contend for titles. "We
don't have a lot of size," said
veteran Coach Jerry Corbin,
and the team only has two
seniors, Leigh Ellen Stone
and Brianna Webb..
They do have 30 girls par-
ticipating at various levels,
however, "and we have laid
the groundwork with young-
er players in preceding
seasons," Corbin said. The
result is a team that Corbin
expects to improve as the
season progresses.
"Our talent level is up and
they're a lot of fun to work
with so far," Corbin said.
"I hope we're good by then
One thing that changes
this year is that Chipley will
not host its annual 24-team
tournament that has been
its major fundraiser. Corbin
said that when the state re-

duced the number of games
each team could play to save
.money, it meant that there
were not enough games on
volleyball schedules to make
it possible to play in the an-
nual tournament.
Chipley High School Tiger
Volleyball 2009 Roster
Chelsea Carter - Sopho-
Ashley Ayers - Junior
Brittany Dilmore - Ju-
Lacey Mead - Sopho-
Hadley Harris - Sopho-
Michaela Bruner - Ju-
Janae' Ritter - Sopho-
Brianna Webb - Senior
Leigh Ellen Stone - Se-
Junior Varsity:
Katlyn Nelson - Sopho-
Abby Wigginton - Junior
Allie Brock - Junior
Hannah Young - Junior

Basia Alderman - Junior
Cierra Corbin - Junior
T'keah Starks - Sopho-
Meredith Saunders -
Caitlyn Obert - Fresh-
Kara Bush - Freshman
Lydia Alderman - Fresh-
Rokira Sorey - Fresh-
Corrie Wilkins - Fresh-
Ebony Williams - Fresh-
Jordan Nedeau - Sopho-
Hillary Shoemaker -
Denise Spraken - Fresh-
Tiffany Shirah - Fresh-
Heather Blanchette
- Freshman
Loretta Latham - Fresh-

CHS Tiger Volleyball
2009 Schedule
Sept. 1 - Bethlehem

- away- 5 p.m. JV/V
Sept. 10 - Ozark - away
- 4:30 p.m. JV/V
SSept. 12 - Mosley Tourn-
mament, TBA, V
Sept. 14 - Altha - away - 5
p.m. JV/V
Sept. 17 - Walton - away
- 5 p.m. JV/V
Sept. 24 - Marianna
- away - 5 p.m. JV/V
Sept. 29 - Vernon/Gracev-
ille at Graceville - 6 p.m., V
Oct. 1 - Catholic - home
- 5 p.m. JV/V
Oct. 5 - Altha/Graceville
- home - 3:30 p.m.
Oct. 8 - Bay - away - 5
p.m. JV/V
Pct 12 - Bethlehem -
away- 5 p.m. JV/V
Oct 13 - Walton - away- 5
p.m. JV/V
Oct. 15 - Arnold - away- 5
p.m. JV/V
Oct. 19-Marianna-home
- 4:30 p.m. JV/V
Oct. 20 - Cottondale
- home - 5 p.m. JV/V
Oct. 24 - Holmes County
- home - 5 p.m. JV/V
Oct. 27, 28, 29 - District
Tournament - Bay - time to
be announced.

Florida Freedom Newspapers
far as preseason tune-ups
go, Walton's left a little to
be desired.
The Walton football
team couldn't get out of
its own way and fell 19-13
to Class A Holmes County
in its Kickoff Classic at
Yates Memorial Stadium
on Thursday.
The Braves turned the
ball over five times in all
and were flagged for 11
penalties, one of which
wiped off a 27-yard touch-
down run from Tray Wil-
"I thought we made
some sloppy mistakes
and looking back on it,
it was probably to be ex-
pected," Walton coach
Lenny Jankowski said.
"We had a lot of guys play-
ing under the lights for
the first time, so we can
surely clean it up."
Holmes County suc-
cessfully hammered away
with the ground game
and racked up 176'offen-
sive yards, most of which
came from Holmes Coun-
ty quarterback Jomar
Concepcion on draws.
"When you have a
quarterback that's a run-
ner, it's kind of like hav-
ing 12 guys on offense,"
Jankowski said. "So they
can get a number advan-
tage, and he was a tough
Walton had 246 yards
of total offense and ben-
efited deeply from junior
quarterbackLiam Miller's
connection with junior
wide-out Corliss Stone.
Miller connected with six
different receivers but
none more than Stone,
who had seven catches for
84 yards. When the Walton
JV squad left the field, the
Blue Devils held a 12-0
advantage thanks to two
close-range touchdown
The Walton varsity hit
the field in the. second
quarter but Miller threw
an interception on the
*Holmes County goal line
on his first attempt. Add-
ing to the tough quarter,
stalwart defensive tackle
Marrion Holmes limped
off the field on the very
next play and stood on the
sideline with his pads off
for the remainder of the

Miller finished 15-23
with 148 yards, one touch-
down and four intercep-
tions and rushed for 29
yards on three carries.
"He turned it over a
little bit but again, maybe
it was just missing a few
throws," Jankowski said.
"I think Liam will get bet-
ter each and every week.
As he learns to run an
offense and do the things
he needs to do other than
throwing the football, his
game is really going to es-
Walton cashed in on
its second possession,
which was punctuated by
a 43-yard scamper from
Williams and polished off
on a six-yard touchdown
birst up the middle by
Steven Myrick at the 4:44
mark in the second quar-
ter. Williams finished with
a team-high 89 yards on
13 carries.
"Our offense is a little
rusty and it was our first
game," Williams said.
"We'll get back in it. We
only played three quar-
As for the turnovers?
"A lot of them," Wil-
liams said, shaking his
head. Holmes County an-
swered on their next drive
minutes after Walton's
opening score on a 25-
yard touchdown connec-
tion through the air from
Concepcion for a 19-6 lead
followed by a blocked ex-
tra point attempt, which
was how it stayed into the
The Braves added an-
other when Miller con-
nected with Brandt Ellen-
berg for a five-yard score
with 2:07 left in the game
to cut the lead down to 19-
13, and Walton mounted a
promising drive as time
wound down. But a deep
Sbomb was intercepted on
the goal line as time ran
out to end the Braves'
comeback bid.
"I was pleased with
the effort, I thought the
effort on both sides was
strong, but I was disap-
pointed a little bit with
some of the sloppiness,"
Jankowski said. "We need
to take care of the football
and line up right and all
of those things, but those
are the reasons you play
a game like this." Holmes
County opens the regular
season hosting Jay on
Sept. 11

Combat Classic baseball

tournament to be held in Sept.

Competitive Sports, Inc.
will sponsor a Combat
Classic Baseball Tourna-
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ball NIT tournament will
be held Sept. 19-20 in the
James Messer Sports
Complex, 2803 Jackson
Bluff Road in Tallahas-

Fees are: 8U (CP)
$295; 9U-12U $350; 13U-
14U $375; 15-18-U $400.
Entry deadline is Sept.
16. Combat will be giving
away baseball bats and
prizes valued at more
than $20,000.
For more information
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Holmes County and Chipley looks for a successful season

Managing Editor
BONIFAY - The Holmes Coun-
ty Blue Devils have what Coach
Brandi Jordan called, "a real young
team." The Blue Devils lost several
veterans, but four seniors return
and another joins the team.
Setter Shelby Boles, outside hit-
ter Deniqua Campbell, outside hit-
ter Jenna Steverson and back row
Victorial Ward are joined by backup
setter of Alyssa Glover will bolster
the 2009-10 team.
The Blue Devils will not lack for

effort. "We've been working solidly
all summer," Jordan said.

Holmes County Volleyball
2009 Schedule
All games start at 5 p.m. and 6
p.m. JV and Varsity
Sept. 1 - *Graceville - away
Sept. 3 - *Cottondale - away
Sept. 8 - *Bozeman - home
Sept. 10 - *Blountstown - away
Sept. 14 - Bethlehem - away
Sept. 15 - *Sneads - home
Sept. 17 - *South Walton - away
Sept. 21- Chipley - home
Sept. 22 -*Vernon - home

Sept. 24 - *Graceville - home
Sept. 28 - Marianna - away
Sept. 29 - *Cottondale - home
Oct. 1- *Bozeman - away
Oct. 6 - *Blountstown - home
Oct. 8 - *Sneads - away
Oct. 12 - Marianna - home
Oct. 13 - *South Walton - home
Oct. 15 - *Vernon - away
Oct. 19 - Bethlehem - home (se-
nior night)
Oct. 22 - Clipl.' - away
Oct. 26 - 29 - District Plavoffs in
*District games
Coach, Brandi Jordan; Asst.
Coach. Judy Bradshaw.

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"It was a project highly recom-
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years to come and always feel a
sense of pride and ownership every
time they glance at it."
Suggestions included nature,
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Holmes County Fair
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BONIFAY - The annual
Holmes County Fair and
Livestock Show is com-
ing up on Sept. 22-26 at
the Holmes County Fair-
grounds on Sandpath
Road. The show will fea-
ture entertainment ev-
ery night, a midway and
contests including booth
exhibits, canned foods,
handiwork, art, photog-
raphy, plant show, youth
poultry, youth rabbits,
baked goods, youth beef
and steer show, dairy
show and market lamb
and goat show.
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is the destination for
thousands of students
in grades K-12 in pub-
lic, private and home
schools. Visit the Web
site at www.landmark-
park.com to download
the 2009-2010 education
Seasonal sessions,
including Harvest Hey-
days, Cane Grinding Day
and Christmas Past, are
filling up fast, so make
sure to book as soon as
Other field trip
choices include history
programs, nature pro-
grams and more. Teach-
ers are also encouraged
to use the park as their
own outdoor classrooms
with a self-led tour of the
boardwalk and nature
trails. The Barnyard
playground is also open
to school groups.
Landmark Park,
home of the Alabama
Agricultural Museum,.
is a 100-acre historical
and natural science park
located on U.S. Highway
431 North in Dothan, Ala.
For more information or
to register your class,
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At left, story time for a group of three-year-olds at Westville
Head Start Center is a nice way for the first-time students to
get acquainted. At right, four-year-old students listen to a
storyduring Monday's opening day activities at Westville
Head Start Center. Below, the playhouse in the four-year-old
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WESTVILLE - The Westville
Head Start program got under-
way Aug. 24 \with 77 three- and
four-year-olds. Kathy Shull is co-
ordinator for the center, which
serves Washington and Holmes
counties. Tri-County Community
Council ITCCC), based in Boni-
fay, administers the program.
Classes are held weekdays
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. In some
instances, the program also pro-
vides services for infants and
toddlers. A voluntary Pre-K pro-
gram is available from 2-5 p.m.
at the Westville Center.
There is no cost for the Fed-
eral program, according to
Shull, who said, "it's free to low-
income families who qualify" In
most cases, the family fills out an
application that includes finan-
cial information and information
about family members. After
evaluation, the family is noti-

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Children with special needs, ie:
disabilities, orthopedic impair-
ment. ADHD'ADD or autism
are given enrollment priority.
Head Start offers free medi-
cal and dental care, healthy
meals and snacks and lots of
learning, indoors and out.
Shull says the program helps
children grow mentally, socially,
emotionally and physically. They
are taught to wash their hands
before lunch and brush their
teeth following meals. Class-
room time includes many dif-
ferent activities and story time,
which was a big part of the
first school day this year. The
children seated in a circle on
the floor were allowed to move
around and visit the front of the
room to look at pictures in the
The Center is at 2499 Cypress
Street in Westville. For more in-
formation, call 850-548-5630 or

At left, teacher assistant Becky Stafford helps Thomas Moss,
left, ard Loreili Siniand fill large white pages with ink prints at
a table in the writing center. Above, Trinity Davis plays with
artificial food in the kitchen of a classroom for four-year-olds.
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    Wednesday, September 2, 2009


    Marianna Day festivities planned

    MARIANNA - Marianna Day, cel-
    ebrating the 145th anniversary of the
    Battle of Marianna, is scheduled for
    Sept. 25-27. Festivities begin Friday
    at the Citizens Lodge Park at 9 a.m.
    The Civil War Camps will be open to
    the public from 1:30-9 p.m., featuring
    musical entertainment, vendors, sut-
    lers, and arts and crafts.
    Saturday activities begin in down-
    town Marianna at Confederate Me-
    morial Park honoring the 10 heroes
    that died in the Battle of Marianna.

    United Daughters of the Con-
    federacy, Chapter 1039 is seeking
    relatives of those who fought in
    the battle. Call 482-3477 or 663-2560
    with any information on living rela-
    tives of the following: Henry O Bas-
    sett, James H. Brett, John C. Carter,
    M.N. Dickson, Arthur Lewis Sr.,
    Woodbury Nickels, Solomon Sullivan,
    Francis Allen or M.A. Butler Littleton
    Other Saturday activities include
    a parade at 10 a.m. followed by re-en-


    Belcher and Tillis

    Laura Michelle Belcher
    and Bryan Robert Tillis
    were united in marriage
    Saturday, April 25, 2009,
    at Inlet Beach in Panama
    City Beach. Fred Campbell
    of Panama City officiated
    the ceremony.
    The bride is the
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    John Belcher of Troy, Ala.,
    and the granddaughter of
    Weleska Weeks and the
    late Marcus Eugene Weeks
    of Westville, and the late
    John and Frances Belcher
    of Troy.
    The groom is the son
    of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tillis
    of Enterprise, Ala., and
    the grandson of Athol
    and Gloria Brackin of
    Enterprise and Mary Alice
    Tillis and the late Edd
    Tillis of New Brockton, Ala.
    Given in marriage by
    her father, the bride wore
    a long ivory draped, silk
    Dupioni, portrait-neckline,
    fishtail gown with shoulder
    straps embellished with
    crystal broaches. A
    long row of silk-covered
    buttons adorned the
    back, leading to a chapel-
    length train. She wore an
    ivory sheer fingertip veil,
    her mother's pearls and
    a pair of diamond and
    pearl earrings, borrowed
    from a bridesmaid. The
    bride's bouquet was white
    long-stemmed roses with
    greenery and tied with silk
    ivory ribbon.
    Emily Belcher
    Brookins, sister of the

    bride, of Troy, served
    as matron of honor.
    Bridesmaids were Megan
    Tillis, sister of the groom,
    of Enterprise, Tate
    Seither of Grady, Audrey
    Walden of Montgomery,
    and Megan Outlaw,
    Samantha Johnson, Alecia
    Farmer and Sheena
    Taylor Green, all of Troy.
    The bridesmaids wore
    sapphire-colored halter,
    knee-length bubble
    dresses. Abby Kate
    Forshey, of Montgomery,
    Matalie Green and Payton
    Langford, both of Troy,
    served as flower girls.
    Bob Tillis, father of the
    groom, served as best
    man. Groomsmen were
    Tyler Brackin, cousin of
    the groom, of Dothan,
    Josh Woodson of Troy, Ben
    Gregory of Destin, Brian
    Goodson of Birmingham,
    Jeremy Bell of Ariton,
    and Robert Cannon, Will
    Leib, Rodney Thornton
    and Brent Howell, all of
    Enterprise. Kade Brookins,
    nephew of the bride,
    served as the ring bearer.
    A reception followed
    at Wild Heron Clubhouse,
    where guests were
    entertained with music by
    the J. B. Roberts' Band.
    John Berry also provided
    music for the wedding.
    The guests waved
    sparklers as the couple
    left the reception. After a
    honeymoon cruise to the
    Bahamas, the couple now
    resides in Atlanta, Ga.

    Gracie Majors

    Gracie Lorraine Majors
    celebrated her first birthday
    June 5. Gracie is the daughter
    of Shane and Tanya Majors
    of Caryville. Her paternal
    grandparents are Eddie and
    Candee Majors of Caryville, and

    her maternal grandparents are
    Dwayne Skipper of Hartford, Ala.,
    and Linda Glenn of Chipley. Her
    brothers, Chandler and Tucker,
    along with other friends and family,
    helped her open presents and had
    cake and ice cream.

    Cayson Foster Sherrouse

    Cayson Foster Sherrouse
    celebrated his first birthday on July
    2, with a birthday party at Shivers,
    Park with family and friends.
    Cayson's parents are Craig and
    Angela Sherrouse of Bonifay. His
    paternal grandparents are Calvin
    and Marsha Sherrouse of Bonifay.
    Great-grandparents are Pauline
    Farmer and the late Max Foster

    Farmer, Sr., and Claude and Billie
    Jo Sherrouse, and his great-great-
    grandmother is Sue Kuykendall, all
    of Bonifay.
    Cayson's maternal grandparents
    are Fred and Cyndy Byler of Altha,
    and his great-grandparents are
    Albin and Martha Byler of Altha
    and Louie and Helen Posey of

    actors behind the parade re-enacting
    the battle all the way to the court-
    Activities at Citizens Lodge Park,
    noon to 9 p.m., will include Bluegrass
    music festival, vendors, sutlers and
    arts and crafts. Battle re-enactment
    begins at 3 p.m., with cannon and py-
    rotechnics larger than the downtown
    Sunday participants will break
    camp. Church service to be held at


    Seth Bell
    Army National Guard Pvt. Seth M.
    Bell has graduated from basic com-
    bat training at Fort Jackson, Colum-
    bia, S.C.
    He is the grandson of Stafford Bell
    of Graceville and son of Alisa Bell
    Dervours of Livingston, Mont. Bell is
    a 2008 graduate of Park High School
    in Livingston.

    Blake Shelton,

    Billy Ray Cyrus

    to appear at

    Mullet Festival

    NICEVILLE - The 33rd Annual Boggy
    Bayou Mullet Festival is scheduled
    for Oct. 16-18 and will he held at the
    intersection of Highway 85 North and
    College Boulevard.
    -Entertainment on the children's
    stage will include and array of clown
    shows, magic shows and cartoon
    characters each day of the festival.
    Chuck Wicks is scheduled as the
    Friday night entertainer. Doctor
    Zarr's Amazing Funk Monster will
    take the stage both Friday and Satur-
    day night.
    Blake Shelton will entertain the
    crowd on Saturday night.
    SSeveral church groups are sched-
    uled throughout the day on Sunday
    and Billy Ray Cyrus will close out the
    festival Sunday.
    For detailed information on the
    entertainers and other activities, vis-
    it the Web site at www.cityofniceville.
    org and link to the Mullet Festival or
    call 850-729-4545.

    Sheriff's golf

    tourney set

    for Sept. 12

    PANAMA CITY - The Florida Sher-
    iff's Youth Ranch Golf Tournament
    is scheduled for "Sept. 12 at the Bay
    Point Golf Resort Club. The Wash-
    ington County Sheriff's Office and
    Bay County Sheriff's Office will again
    team up as sponsors of the event.
    Sponsors and donations are need-
    ed. The money raised from this bene-
    fit will go directly to the Youth Ranch,
    which runs solely on donations. The
    Youth Ranch takes children from
    troubled homes and difficult situa-
    tions and gives them a safe, nurtur-
    ing home and an education.
    To sign up, make a donation or for
    more information, contact the Boy's
    Ranch, Washington County or Bay
    County sheriff's departments.


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    The annual Will Baxley's reunion
    will be held Sept. 5 at the home of
    WT. Baxley in Leonia. Relatives and
    friends invited. Bring a favorite cov-
    ered dish to share.

    Finch Family Reunion
    CHIPLEY - William Dallas Finch
    descendents reunion is planned for
    Sept. 5 in the Washington County

    Ag Center in Chipley. Lunch will be
    served at 12:30 p.m. Everyone is en-
    couraged to arrive early with a well-
    filled basket and any photos and sto-
    ries to share. For more information,
    call Kenneth Finch, 638-5307.

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    Chipola Artist Series event Sept. 10

    MARIANNA - Tickets for the Sept. 10 Chipola Artist
    Series event, "An American Portrait: On Wings of Free-
    dom," are on sale in the Chipola Business Office.
    Season tickets for all four artist series events also are
    available through Sept. 10.
    "An American Portrait" celebrates two centuries
    of American milestones as our country's story is told
    through the songs that united and inspired its people.
    Audience members will be treated to our nation's. di-
    verse regions through the music that captures their es-
    sence. The finale is pure patriotism, as America's most
    beloved anthems are performed with eloquence and maj-
    This stirring, evocative homage to our homeland
    comes alive through the legendary piano work of Mac
    Frampton and the powerful voices of Sam Hagan and
    Dawn Marie.
    Three other events are scheduled in the 2009-10 Art-
    ist Series. "Celebrating the Season" is Thursday, Dec. 10.
    Perfect for the holiday season, the show features Chipola
    music faculty, who will delight the audience with' their
    musicianship, skill and showmanship.
    "Cantus," one of America's finest professional male
    vocal ensembles, performs Feb. 1. The ensemble is
    known for adventurous programming spanning many
    periods and genres, including chant, Renaissance music,
    contemporary works, art song, folk, spirituals, world mu-
    sic and pop.
    Violinist Sarah Geller will perform March 18. As a
    winner of the Artists' International Special Presentation



    Award, Geller made her Carnegie Hall solo recital debut
    in 2002. Geller performs a variety of music, from Latin
    American and flamenco treasures to traditional favorites
    and unknown gems of mainstream composers.
    The artist series is funded through Chipola's Perform-
    ing Arts Fund, with grants from the National Endowment
    for the Arts, the Southern Arts Federation, the Florida
    Division of Cultural Affairs, the Chipola Regional Arts As-
    sociation and corporate donors.
    Season tickets - $40 for all four events - include same-
    seat reserved seats and "Meet The Artist" receptions spon-
    sored by Tyndall Federal Credit Union, Bank of Bonifay,
    First Capital Bank and Regions Bank Season ticket holders
    also receive the quarterly CRAA arts calendar.
    For performance information, contact Joan Stadsklev
    at 850-718-2301 or stadsklevj@chipola.edu.
    For ticket information, call the Chipola Business Of-
    fice at 850-718-2220.

    DAR essay contest open for applications

    MARIANNA - Local students will vie for more than $500
    in prizes to be given in December to winners of the DAR
    American History Essay Contest (for grades 5-8) and the
    Christopher Columbus Essay Contest (for grades 9-12).
    Chipola Chapter, NSDAR sponsors both contests. The
    deadline to enter is Nov. 16. Research should begin as
    soon as possible as a complete bibliography of sources is
    required and considered by the judges.
    The topic for the DAR American History Essay is
    "The Transcontinental Railroad." The essay should tell
    about the golden spike ceremony at Promontory Summit,
    Utah, on May 10, 1869. It should give the viewpoint of one
    Sof three groups and consider the feelings of either a Chi-
    nese or Irish worker who worked on the railroad, a settler

    planning to use the railroad to travel to a new home in
    the west or a Native American whose way of life would
    be changed by the railroad. The length of the essay for
    fifth-graders is 300 to 600 words, and students in grades
    6-8 must write 600 to 1,000 words.
    The topic for the Christopher Columbus Essay Contest
    is "Christopher Columbus' Early Influences." The essay
    should discuss and analyze Christopher Columbus' early
    influences and experiences and show how these contrib-
    uted to success and failures in his voyages of exploration.
    The essay may not be more than 750 words.
    For entry forms and complete guidelines, please con-
    tact DAR American History Chairman Mary Robbins at
    snoopyxii60@hotmail.com or 850-209-4066.


    Northwest Florida Equine
    Management School
    A management program for
    horse owners and breeders will be
    broadcast via teleconference and
    will be available in 12 locations
    in Florida, including Washington
    County Agricultural Center.
    Broadcast dates are Monday,
    Sept. 14; Monday, Sept. 28;
    Monday, Oct. 12; and Monday, Oct.
    Course registration is $40
    per farm and $10 per additional

    attendee, which covers drinks and
    snacks for the four-week program.
    For more information, contact
    Any Andreasen at 850-638-6180 or
    at amajr@ufl.edu. ,

    Growing & Cooking
    With Herbs
    Horticultural Extension Agent
    Collin Adcock and Consumer
    Science Extension Agent Judy
    Corbus will present the classes from
    9:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept.

    Registration is $12 per person,
    and the classes will be held at the
    Washington County Ag Center.
    Please RSVP by 4 p.m. Sept. 14.
    For more information and
    registration, contact Collin Adcock at
    850-638-6180 or at colinwa@ufl.edu,
    or Judy Corbus at 850-638-6180 or at
    For more information on other
    programs offered by the University
    of Florida IFAS Extension Service,
    visit them online at www.washington.
    ifas.ufl.edu or call the office at 850-

    Community BRIEFS

    Teen Challenges
    offers Digital Video
    Production class
    BONIFAY - Starting this
    October, students at West
    Florida Teen Challenge will
    have the opportunity to take
    a digital video production
    class as an elective course.
    Trinity Media Education
    presents the course. Trin-
    ity Media Education (tMe)
    is an educational training
    program that teaches digi-
    tal video, audio and graphic
    arts production with exten-
    sive hands-on training. Stu-
    dents who take this course
    learn everything from help-
    ing their church develop
    its own television show to
    learning all aspects of cre-
    ative production to start
    their own businesses.
    Course instructor Mike
    Barfield, has extensive ex-
    perience in the music and
    entertainment industry. His
    experience includes: Direc-

    tor and producer for broad-
    cast television and digital
    media, contract commer-
    cial and advertising work
    with production crews,
    syndicated sitcoms, public
    service contracts, music
    videos, feature vignettes
    and promotional videos for
    national and local organiza-
    tions. Along with produc-
    ing more than 200 features
    articles and shows, he also
    works with CBS affiliate,
    WTVY in Dothan, Ala.

    Free training session
    MARIANNA -The Chipola
    College Athletic Depart-
    ment will host a free pro-
    gram featuring profession-
    al personal trainer Tony
    Cress, Wednesday Sept. 2,
    at 6 p.m., in the Milton H.
    Johnson Health Center.
    Cress will present a
    program on sport-specific
    workouts that include car-
    dio, plyometrics, and/or
    weight training. He has de-

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    Cress will be available after
    the presentation to answer
    Coaches and individuals
    who would like to attend, or
    who have questions, should
    contact Lady Indians bas-
    ketball coach David Lane
    at 850-718-2234.

    Western Star
    Rodeo Pageant
    BONIFAY - The annual
    Western Star Pageant is
    scheduled for Saturday,
    Sept. 26 at the Holmes
    County Ag Center. There
    are age categories for boys,
    infant through six years
    and girls infant through 21
    years of age. The required
    attire is western wear.
    For more information
    call Wanda at 547-4810 or
    Bernyce at 547-3474 or

    768-1150. Entry forms can
    be picked up at New to U

    Yarbrough Family
    NEW HOPE - The annual
    Yarbrough family. reunion
    will be held on Sept. 6 start-
    ing noon at the New Hope
    Fire Department, just off of
    State 2 in Holmes County.
    Family and friends are in-
    vited to take a covered dish
    to share.

    Family Reunion
    The Worthington family re-
    union is scheduled for Oct.
    10 at Hinson Crossroads'
    Fire House. A covered-dish
    meal will be served at noon.
    Family and friends are in-
    vited to take a well-filled
    basket to share. Call John-
    ny Worthington at 535-0310.

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    Dancing The Calories Away: Wed, Fri: 5:15-6:15pm
    Total Workout:Tues: 8-9pm
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    Membership: $30/month or $10/week
    Come to as many classes as you want!
    Located at The Dance Connection
    1365 S. Railroad Ave. Chipley
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    Concerned American
    Patriots meeting
    Concerned American
    Patriots of Jackson
    County will be meeting
    on Sept. 21 at 6-7 p.m.
    at the Ag Center on
    Highway 90 West (next
    to the National Guard
    Armory). Guest speaker
    will be Rebecca O'Dell
    Townsend is an
    Appellate. Attorney,
    practicing full-time
    before the U.S. Supreme
    Court, Eleventh Circuit
    U.S. Court of Appeal
    and Florida Supreme
    Court. She is also
    an Alliance Defense
    Fund allied attorney
    and a member of its
    honor corps. She
    has been traveling
    around the country
    as a featured
    speaker at numerous
    events speaking on "Our
    Current Constitutional
    Crisis." This entails.
    explaining the
    Constitution and each
    branch's role within the
    For more information,
    call 850-482-4314 or
    Elaine at 579-4173.

    Cemetery cleanup
    WAUSAU - The
    Gap Pond Cemetery
    Committee is hosting a
    cemetery clean up day
    on Sept. 12 from 8 a.m.-
    noon. If you have family
    buried in the cemetery,
    then you are encouraged
    to help clean. For more
    information or to make
    a donation, contact
    Margaret Riley at 260-
    5766 or Lowell "PeeWee"
    Johns at 638-0247.

    County fair
    booth applications
    Holmes County Fair
    Association is taking
    applications for booths.
    Anyone needing a booth
    is asked to contact
    the association at 306
    Minnesota Ave., Bonifay,
    FL 32425 or call 547-

    Ward named Career
    Employee of the Year
    MARIANNA - Patricia
    Ward has been named
    Chipola College's Career
    Employee of the Year for
    2009. Ward has served
    as a custodian in the
    college's Physical Plant
    Department since 2005.
    She says, "I really enjoy
    working here at the
    college. I like everything

    about it, especially the
    . Ward is a member
    of Chipola's chapter of
    Florida Association of
    Community Colleges
    and the Chipola's Career
    Employees Association.
    Ward has
    five children, 19
    and five great-
    grandchildren. She
    is active in the Ever
    Increasing Word of Faith
    The Employee of the
    Year award recognizes
    the exceptional work of
    Chipola's career service
    employees. Candidates
    are nominated by fellow
    employees for exhibiting
    courtesy, motivation
    and professionalism.
    Annual winners receive
    a $1,000 bonus, reserved
    parking for a year, a
    one-year membership
    in FACC and a $100 gift
    certificate from the
    college Book Store.

    Chipola auditions
    for 'Musical Comedy
    Murders Of 1940'
    MARIANNA - Chipola
    College Theatre will
    host open auditions
    Sept. 8 and 9 for "The
    Musical Comedy
    Murders of 1940."
    Auditions begin at 6 p.m.
    each night in the college
    Performances are set
    for Nov. 5-9.
    This comedy enjoyed
    a long run both on
    and off Broadway.
    Poking fun at the more
    ridiculous aspects
    of "show biz" and
    the corny thrillers of
    Hollywood's heyday,
    the play is a non-stop
    barrage of laughter as
    those assembled (or at
    least those who aren't
    killed off) untangle the
    mystery of the "Stage
    Door Slasher."
    As the actors and
    director prepare
    their performance,
    a blizzard cuts off
    any possible retreat,
    bodies start to drop
    in plain sight, knives
    spring out .of nowhere,
    masked figures drag
    their victims behind
    swiveling bookcases
    and accusing fingers
    point in all directions.
    The bumbling police
    inspector snowshoes
    in to investigate, and
    the mystery is solved in
    the nick of time and the
    "slasher" is unmasked.
    For information, call
    theatre director Charles
    Sirmon at 850-718-2227,
    or e-mail sirmons@

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    Angel unaware

    Many of you, who have been
    reading that which the Lord
    has given me for a long time,
    know that I believe and know
    that as a disciple of Christ,
    through him and his work
    on Calvary and our faith in
    him, we have a very special
    relationship with God Almighty.
    Judy and I have been
    married over 33 years. They
    have been wonderful years, but
    not years without problems.
    Through the years, we have
    faced many problems and
    trials and have trusted the
    Lord when it seemed he
    had forgotten us. But every
    time those times came, as
    we passed through them
    and looked back, we usually
    laughed, praised the Lord
    and thanked him for another
    memorable and wonderful
    adventure in which we were
    able to see his hand intervene
    in our lives.
    One of the most recent
    incidents of this was on this
    last trip that we made up to
    Little Rock, Ark., to see our
    oldest son, who is career Air
    Force. This was a two-week
    trip, which we had planned
    for some time, in which we
    planned to spend a week with

    our son and his family,
    spend sole time
    resting and then some
    time with our parents in
    North Georgia.
    When we travel like
    this, we like to travel in
    our 37-foot diesel motor
    home we have had for
    some time now. The HE
    trip got off to a rough Tin
    start to begin with. We
    experienced some trouble with
    a couple of tires and a battery,
    which were all fairly new. After
    getting all that settled, we were
    on the road. But when we did
    stop, which is not often'when
    you travel in a motor home,
    most stops are mostly to fuel
    and let the dogs take a little
    walk. I had begun to notice
    something collecting on our car
    that we were towing, and I had
    noticed that it seemed we were
    using more fuel than usual.
    Finally, after about 300 miles
    of this, I noticed that what
    was gathering on the car was
    diesel fuel, because it was now
    dripping on the ground at a
    pretty good rate. So no wonder
    I wasn't' getting my normal
    eight miles a gallon, and it
    could have been dangerous.
    At this point, it was getting


    S dark and a storm was
    coming our way. So I
    decided to pull into a
    Flying J Truck Stop, as
    most of the trucks had
    - J begun to do because
    S of the weather. As we
    THE pulled in, Judy noticed
    a truck garage up on
    ART the hill behind it and
    Hall said, "Look, I believe
    it's open." A truck
    garage, open at 9 at night, I
    thought, "No way." But I drove
    up to it, and it was open.
    The beautiful part of this
    story is that the RV and the
    car fit just enough inside the
    doors, so they were able to
    close them, as an awesome
    storm came through with very
    strong winds that would have
    blown, us off the road. The
    mechanic replaced the fuel
    line, which had rubbed against
    the body and rubbed a hole in
    it, in less than an hour. When
    he was through, the storm
    had passed over. As we left,
    Judy mentioned what another
    wonderful adventure we had
    had, and asked me whether I
    had noticed the name of the
    town we were in, the name of
    the garage, and the name of
    the mechanic who got us in

    and out, who kept us out of
    the storm and charged us a
    very fair price for the work. I
    hadn't, but she had. She said,
    "We were in Olive Branch,
    Miss., at Angel's Garage, with
    a mechanic by the name of
    I know Hebrews 13:2 says,
    "Be not forgetful to entertain
    strangers: for thereby some
    have entertained angels
    unawares" (KJV). Personally,
    I know that we were not the
    angels. But as we looked back
    on this, another great little
    adventure, with the many other
    things that had happened on
    this trip, we considered the
    time that we were praying
    and thinking about which is
    the best thing that we should
    have done. I am thankful that
    we have our relationship with
    The Lord and that we did not
    have to worry at any moment,
    because we know he has our
    best interest in mind, though
    we might not understand it at
    that particular time. That's
    why he encourages us to live
    faith, not sight, in 2 Corinthials
    Chapter 5.
    We are very thankful for our
    relationship with each other
    and with him, who brought us

    together, and for his words that
    we apply to our lives, such as
    Matthew 6:25-30, which tells
    us that to we should "... not
    worry about your life, what
    you eat, or what you will drink;
    nor about your body, what you
    will put on. Is not life more
    than food, and the body more
    than clothing? ...., if God so
    clothe the grass of the field,
    which today is, and tomorrow
    is thrown into the oven, will He
    not much more clothe you ...?"
    I personally hope you have
    that same relationship and
    assurance, because he loves
    you and desires to know you.
    You will definitely need him
    in the troublesome days and
    adventures ahead of us in this
    country, as the Scriptures are
    being fulfilled right before our
    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?" PO. Box 745,
    2824 Highway 90 West, Bonifay,
    FL 32425, located three miles
    west of the light at Highway 79;
    850-547-3920; e-mail: timhall

    Ministry NEWS

    Homecoming at Gully Springs
    BONIFAY - Gully Springs Baptist Church cel-
    ebrates 92 years service during Home Coming
    celebrations Sunday, Sept. 21, beginning at 10 a.m.,
    featuring music from the Gully Springs Adult Choir,
    Youth Choir plus many more. Speaker is Jeep Sulli-
    van, former youth minister, who now serves at Bon-
    ifay First Baptist as Men and Senior Adult director.
    Services will be followed by dinner. For more infor-
    mation, please call 547-9527. The church is at 2845
    Highway 90 West, three miles west of Bonifay.

    Evergreen Baptist fundraiser
    WESTVILLE - Evergreen Baptist Church in West-
    ville will hold a benefit fundraiser on Sept. 12, start-
    ing at 11 a.m. Barbecue chicken dinner plates,
    choice of white or dark meat, with two sides, des-
    sert roll and tea.Cost is $6 per plate, with proceeds
    going to the church building fund. Call 548-5949 for
    more information.

    Gospel jam
    WAUSAU - Christian Haven Church will be havy
    ing its gospel jam Saturday, Sept. 5, starting at 6
    p.m. with a covered-dish dinner and the jam start-
    ing immediately after.
    Come and enjoy an evening of music and fellow-
    ship. The church is located about 1�z miles east of
    Wausau on Finch Circle. For information, call 638-
    0836 or 773-2602.

    Homecoming at Harris Chapel
    Harris Chapel Holiness Church will celebrate
    homecoming on Sunday, Sept. 6. Morning service
    starts at 10 a.m. Guest speaker will be the Rev.
    Earnest Hodge, with special singing and dinner
    on the grounds. The church is eight miles north of
    'Caryville on Highway 179. For more information,
    call the Rev. Norman Harris at 547-3888.

    Yard sale
    BONIFAY - Lighthouse Assembly of God Wom-
    en's Ministry will hold a yard. sale in the church
    fellowship hall on Friday, Sept. 4, from 7 a.m. to 4
    p.m. at 1201 Waukesha St. in Bonifay. Donations are
    welcome. Proceeds go toward the Women's Minis-
    try projects. For more information, call Marie at

    New Start for Single Moms
    Holmes Creek Baptist Church is offering New
    Start for Single Moms. It is a 10-week class start-
    ing Wednesday, Sept. 2, at 5 p.m. Single moms
    who wish to overcome the past, find power in the
    present and accomplish their dreams should call
    church secretary Molissa Snell at 638-1406 to sign
    up. The church will provide child care and meals.
    Local transportation to and from the church will
    also be available.

    Noma A/G 83rd Homecoming
    NOMA - Noma Assembly of God will hold its
    83rd Homecoming celebration on Sept. 13 at 10:30
    a.m. The church is at 1062 Tindel St. in Noma. Bro.
    Bobby Thompson will be guest speaker, and dinner
    will follow in the fellowship hall.

    Homecoming at Orange Hill Methodist
    ORANGE HILL - Orange Hill Methodist Church will
    hold Homecoming services on Sunday, Sept. 6, at
    11 a.m. Lunch will be served in the fellowship hall
    following services. The church is on Sunday Road
    (County 156) two miles off of Orange Hill Road
    (County 273), about seven miles south of Chipley.

    A young lady named
    Sally relates an experience
    she had in a seminary
    class given by her teacher,
    Dr. Smith. She says Dr.
    Smith was known for his
    elaborate object lessons.
    One particular day, Sally
    walked into the class and LET
    knew they were in for a LIGHT
    fun day. On the wall was a Wes
    big target, and on a nearby
    table were many darts. Dr. Smith
    told the students to draw a picture
    of someone that they disliked or
    someone who had made them
    angry, and he would allow them to
    throw darts at the person's picture.
    Sally's girlfriend drew a picture
    of a girl who had stolen her
    boyfriend. Another friend drew a
    picture of his little brother. Sally
    drew a picture of a former friend,
    putting a great deal of detail into'
    her drawing, even drawing pimples
    on the face. Sally was pleased at the
    overall effect she had achieved.

    The class lined up and
    began throwing darts, with
    much laughter and hilarity.
    Some of the students threw
    their darts with such force
    that their targets were
    ripping apart. Sally looked
    forward to her turn and was
    'OUR filled with disappointment
    SHINE when Dr. Smith, because
    Webb of time limits, asked the
    students to return to their
    seats. As Sally sat thinking about
    how angry she was because she
    didn't have a chance to throw
    any darts at her target, Dr. Smith
    began removing the target from
    the wall.
    Underneath the target was a
    picture of Jesus. A complete hush
    fell over the room as each student
    viewed the mangled picture of
    Jesus; holes and jagged marks
    covered his face, and his eyes were
    pierced. Dr. Smith said only these
    words: "In as much as ye have
    done it unto the least of these my

    brethren, ye have done it unto Me."
    (Matthew 25:40). No other words
    were necessary; the tear-filled eyes
    of each student focused only on the
    picture of Christ.
    "You have heard that it was said,
    'You shall love your neighbor and
    hate your enemy.' But I say to you,
    love your enemies, bless those who
    curse you, do good to those who
    hate you, and pray for those who
    spitefully use you and persecute
    you." (Matthew 5:43-44, NKJ)
    "For all the law is fulfilled in one
    word, even in this: 'You shall love
    your neighbor as yourself.' " (Gal.
    5:14 NKJ)
    I ask you these questions. What
    does your picture of Jesus look
    like? How well are you treating
    your neighbors, family, friends, co-
    workers and even your brethren?
    This'message has been provided
    by Wes Webb, evangelist, Chipley
    Church of Christ, 1295 Brickyard
    Road, Chipley, FL 32428; phone:

    Joint youth mission team from Leesburg, Ga., Slocomb, Ala., and Tallahassee, a total of 48 youths, formed a
    united team of workers.

    Student pastors lead youth mission team

    GRACEVILLE - Team organizers called
    it Mission Possible II, but at Baptist
    College of Florida (BCF) in Graceville,
    it was known as "A Job Well Done!"
    Youths and sponsors from three
    churches - Leesburg Baptist Church
    in Leesburg, Ga., New Hinson Baptist

    Church in Slocomb, Ala., and Faith
    Baptist Church in Tallahassee formed
    a united team of workers.
    Led by BCF alumni and Student Pas-
    tors Ty Greene (2005) from Leesburg
    and Gary Martin (1986) from Slocomb,
    a total of 48 youths conducted backyard

    Bible schools in Tiger Park, worked on
    BCF campus renovation projects, and
    helped out at My Father's Closet on
    Cliff Street in Graceville.
    For more information on mission
    projects at Baptist College of Florida,
    call 850-263-3261, ext. 465.

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    Dr. Wayne
    Barber, senior
    pastor of
    Church in
    N.M. and founder
    of To Live is
    Christ Ministries,
    preaches during
    the 2008 Prayer
    Conference at The
    Baptist College of

    BCF Prayer Conference planned

    GRACEVILLE - Each fall, Baptist Col-
    lege of Florida (BCF) in Graceville
    hosts a three-day conference focused on
    prayer. This year's Prayer Conference
    will be held Sept. 14-16 in the R. G. Lee
    Chapel, beginning each day at 10 a.m.
    BCF welcomes back Wayne Barber,
    senior pastor of Hoffmantown Church
    in Albuquerque, N.M., and founder of
    To Live is Christ Ministries, and Rick
    Shepherd, director of prayer and spiri-
    tual awakening at the Florida' Baptist
    For more information on the Prayer
    Conference and upcoming conferences
    or chapel services, call 800-328-2660,
    ext. 446.

    Dr. Rick
    director of
    prayer and
    at the Florida
    speaks at the
    2008 Prayer
    at The Baptist
    College of

    Houses of WORSHIP

    African Methodist Episcopal
    Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin
    Luther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
    Larry Brown.
    New Bethel AME: U.S. 90 in Bonifay.
    Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
    St. John AME. 3816 Clemmons Road,
    Vernon. Service on first and third Sundays
    at 11:15 a.m. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
    St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe
    Sheffield Road, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
    Roy Hudson.
    St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson
    Community Road, Vernon. Service on
    second and fourth Sunday at 11 a.m.
    Pastor is the Rev Leon Singleton.
    Assembly of God
    Bonifay First Assembly: 1009 S.
    Waukesha St. Pastor is John Chance.
    Carmel Assembly of God: County
    160 in the Bethlehem Community. Pastor
    is Tommy Moore.
    Cords of Love Assembly of God: 2060
    Bethlehem Road in the Kynesville area:
    Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
    Ebro Assembly of God: State 79
    South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
    Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
    Road behind Poplar Springs School.
    Pastor is Charles Carlton.
    Grace Assembly of God: 567 N. Main
    St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
    Graceville First Assembly of God:
    5565 Brown St. Pastor is Charles
    Lighthouse Assembly of God: 1201 S.
    Waukesha St. (State 79), Bonifay. Sunday
    School 10 a.m., Sunday services 11 a.m.
    and 6 p.m., every second Wednesday
    fellowship supper. Pastor is Michael
    Little Rock Assembly of God: 1923
    Highway 173, six miles north of Bonifay.
    Pastor is the Rev. Ben Peters.
    Live Oak Assembly of God: Just off
    Highway 177-A north of Bonifay. Pastor is
    Danny Carnley.
    Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Highway
    179-A off Highway 2. Pastor Thomas
    Ealum Jr.
    Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
    Highway 179-A, eight miles north of
    Westville. Pastor is the Rev. Clyde Smith.
    New Bethany Assembly of God:
    Shaky Joe Road just off Highway 280
    at Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Leon
    New Life Fellowship Assembly of
    God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley. Pastor Vince
    New Smyrna Assembly of God,
    Adolph Whitaker Road six miles north of
    Bonifay. The Rev Josh Garner is pastor.
    Noma Assembly of God.: 1062 Tindel
    St., 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
    Highway 177-A. Pastor George Stafford.
    Vernon Assembly of God Church:
    3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
    Rev. Wesley Hall.
    Wausau Assembly of God: Highway
    77. Pastor is Danny Burns.
    Westville Assembly of God: Highway
    181 North. Pastor is Lavon Burke
    Winterville Assembly of God:
    Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
    Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
    Street in Vernon.
    Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hills
    Road in Chipley Pastor is Jesse Bowen
    Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of
    Bonifay on Highway 79. Pastor is Ed
    Bethlehem Baptist: Highway 177
    Pastor is Dr Wesley Adams.
    Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey Road a
    half-mile off Highway 81. Pastor is David
    Blue Lake Baptist Southeast corner
    where 1-10 and Highway 77 cross on
    the lake.
    Bonifay First Bapt'st 311 N
    Waukesha Pastor Shelley Chandler.
    Bonifay Free Will Baptist Corner of
    Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street.
    Pastor is Tim Schneider
    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 Pastor is Ben Hull.
    East Pittman Freewill Baptist half-mile
    north of Highnay 2 on 179 Pastor is
    Herman Sellers
    Eastside Baptist Highway 277,
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    Esto First Baptist: 1050 N. Highway
    79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.
    Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church,
    The Fellowship at Country Oaks:
    574 Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast
    of Chipley off Orange
    Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
    Blvd. in Sunny Hills, Interim Pastor is the
    Rev. George Cooper.
    Gritney Baptist Church, 2249 Highway
    179. Pastor Rodd Jones
    Gdlly Springs Baptist: Three miles
    west of Bonifay on Highway 90., Pastor
    .Tim Hall.
    Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory Hill
    Road (Highway 181 N), Westville.
    Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
    northwest of Chipley.
    Holyneck Missionary Baptist'
    3395 Cemetery Lane, Campbellton.
    Pastor Richard Peterson Sr.
    Jerusalem Missionary Baptist:
    614 Benrett Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson
    is pastor.
    Leonia Baptist: Church ip located in
    northwest Holmes County Pastor is Stacy
    Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
    1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Pastor
    is Henry Matthews.
    Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:
    1233 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley. Pastor is
    Dr. H.G. McCollough.
    Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
    Highway 2, one mile west of Highway 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 Highway'.177. Pastor
    James Carley.
    New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
    Highways 2 and 179A.
    New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
    (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
    New Orange Baptist: 782Alford Road.
    SPastor is Alcus Brock.
    New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
    Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is Kermit
    New Zion Baptist: Highway 177-A
    north of Highway 2.
    Noma Baptist. Highway 175 north of
    Highway 2.
    Northside Baptist: Intersection of
    Highways 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 Gainer
    Road. Pastor is Phillip Gainer.
    Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
    816 Sunday Road, Chipley Pastor is the
    Rev. James Johns.
    Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
    S1783 Piney Grove Rd, south of Chipley.
    Pastor is Tim Owen.
    Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist:
    1900 Pleasant Hill Road
    Poplar Head Independent Free Will
    Baptist: Poplar Head Road Pastor is the
    Rev. James Pate
    Poplar Springs Baptist. 1098
    Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor is
    John Howell.
    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
    Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
    Kynesvile Road (Highway 276) between
    Cottondale and Alford. Pastor is Donnie
    Sand Hills Baptist 6758 Highway 77.
    Pastor is T Keith Gann
    Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955
    Highway 177-A, Bonifay 547-3517.
    Shiloh Baptist Church located on
    Highway 277, three miles south of
    Highway 90 tn Chipley
    Shiloh Missionary Baptist 3013
    Moss Hill Road in Vernon Pastor Rev
    Marcehious Wlls Jr
    Sunny Hills First Baotst. 1886 Sunny
    Hills Blvd Pastor Is Mike Swingle
    Union Hill Baptist Highwvay 177
    a mile south o' Hign,vay 2 Pas::r s
    Maur ce Je'�-rs
    Urity Bacts: 327F R ver RCoa
    Hinscns C-'ssroas. Pastor s L'dsey
    Vernon Frst BaDtist. 2886 C-ucn St
    Wausa. Frst Bac':s; H gr-i,,',a, T-e
    Pastcr iss Ch-,s Bu.rgc
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    Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
    Bonifay Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
    Blessed Ttinity Catholic: Highway
    177-A in Bonifay.
    St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
    Highway 77 South, Chipley.
    St. TheresaCatholic Church: Sunny
    Hills Boulevard, Chipley
    Church of Christ
    Chipley Church of Christ: 1295'
    Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is minister.
    Esto Church of Christ: 1247 N.
    Highway 79.
    Church of God
    Bonifay Church of God: Brock
    Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey
    Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
    St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T Powell.
    Tabernacle of Praise Church of God:
    Highway 77 South. Pastor is Victor Fisher.
    Church of God in Christ
    Spirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
    2128 Pate Pond Road, Caryville. Pastor is
    Elder Tony Howard.
    Yes Lord Deliverance Church of God
    in Christ: 739 Seventh St. (next to the
    Natiohal Guard Armory) in Chipley. Pastor
    is David Woods Jr.
    Church of God in Prophecy
    Bayview Church of God Prophecy:
    1097 New Bayview Church Rd. Bonifay
    Pastor Herbert Foskey
    Church of God of Prophecy: 1386 W.
    Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Ernest
    St. Matthew's Episcopal: Highway 90
    West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S Clarke.
    Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
    north of Caryville on Highway 179.
    Pastors are the Rev. Norman and Judy
    Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin
    Road, Cottondale.
    Third United Holiness: 608 W. Eighth
    Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
    Jehovah's Witnesses
    Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
    2048 Highway 77, Chipley
    Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses:
    Highway 90, Bonifay.
    Temples are available in Dothan and
    Panama City.
    Mosque available in Blountstown.
    Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness
    church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley Pastor
    is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor
    is Evangelist B. Snipes.
    First United Pentecostal: 1816
    Highway 90 W., Chipley Pastor is James
    First United Pentecostal:-2100
    Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason
    Open Pond United Pentecostal: 1885
    Highway 179-A, Westville. Pastor is Ray
    Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
    Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
    Greenhead. Pastor is Larry Willoughby.
    True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
    SLittle Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis
    D. Brown.
    Turning Point First United Pentecostal:
    Highway 90 West. Chipley Pastor is
    James Caudle.
    Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
    Pioneer Road Pastor is James Barwick.
    Seventh Day Adventist
    Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604
    Mathusek St Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
    Bethlehem United Methodist Highway
    177, look for sign
    Bonifay United Methodist Oklahoma
    Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
    miles vest of Miller Crossroads on
    Highway 2 Pastcr is John Hnkle
    Chipley Frst United Methodist
    1285 Jackson Ave
    East Mt Zion United Methodist:
    Highway 173 N . 10 m- es from Bonray
    Lakevr'ew Unr"ed Meticaist. Highway
    279 -ear Five Pcnts, 1970 Lakeview
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    2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
    Poplar Head United Methodist: 1.5
    miles north of Highway 2 on Highway 163.
    Red Hill United Methodist: State Road
    2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor is the
    Rev. Buddy Pennington.
    Vernon United Methodist Church;
    3540-A Main St., Vernon; 535-2655;
    Pastor Steve McCoy
    Wausau United Methodist: Highway
    Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
    and Watts Avenue.
    Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
    Country Club Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth
    Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
    Assembly: 3253 Highway 2. Pastor is
    Bobby Tidwell.
    Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
    Caryville Road. Pastor is Devon Richter.
    Bonnett Pond Community Church:
    2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
    Wausau and Vernon. Pastdr is the Rev.
    Teddy Joe Bias.
    Caryville Evangelistic Center: Wright's
    Creek Road in Caryville, just north of
    Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne Brannon.
    Christian Fellowship Center, 1458
    Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley, Pastor is
    Isaac Harmon.
    Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
    Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
    The Church of Jesus Christ of
    Latter-day Saints, North Ride, Bonifay, FL
    32425: 850-547-1254 or 850-547-4557
    Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua Bowen
    Chipley Ward: Bishop Charles Munns
    Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
    1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
    Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
    Pastor is Larry Capan.
    Cornerstone Harvest Outreach:
    Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
    Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
    Hagan. ,
    ,Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton Road,
    Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
    Covenant Community Fellowship,
    844 Main Street, Chipley. Pastor is Joey
    Cypress Creek Community Church:
    2.5 miles west of Alford at 1772
    Macedonia Road. Pastor is James
    Faith Covenant Fellowship: Highway
    277 half-mile south of 1-10.
    Family Worship Center: 531 Rock Hill
    Church Road.
    Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
    Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
    Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
    Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
    Holmes Valley Community Church:
    3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
    Pastors Willis arfd Drucile Hagan.
    House of Prayer Worship Center:
    763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B
    Liberty Church: Creek Road in
    Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett.
    Moss Hill Church: Second and fourth
    Sunday, 2 p m Off Highway 279.
    New Effort Church New Effort Church
    Road, Bonifay Pastor is Brent Jones.
    New Faith Temple Church of Prayer
    FFA P, 841 Orange Hill Road, Chipley,
    638-4982, Pastor Annie Holmes
    Northwest Florida Christian Church
    4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at
    6 p.m for Bible study) Pastor is Fred
    Pine Hill Church 1675 Robins Bridge
    Road, Bonifay 32425 Pastors B T
    Owens and James Bush.
    The Potter's Hands Greenhead at
    corner pf Highway 77 and Pine Log
    Road Pastors are Robert and Sheila
    Sapp Holness Church 2207 Sapp
    Road. Cottondale
    Someone To Care International
    Ministries Inc- 1705 P:neer Road.
    ChoD'ey Just 2 5 r-,es east of caution
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    presents Building 429, Todd Agnew and Kimber Ris-
    ing in concert on Thursday, Oct. 1, in the BCF As-
    sembly Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; concert be-
    gins at 6:30 p.m.
    General admission is $12 per person; Preferred
    seating is $17 per person.
    Tickets are available at the BCF business office,
    800-328-2660, ext. 418, and at Eagle Eye Outfitters in
    Dothan, Ala.
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    Slow Down

    During the 1960s and 70s, social scientists often pre-.
    dicted that labor-saving devices such as the computer,
    and more efficient modes of doing business would
    make our lives easier and free up more time for leisure
    activities. However, it is doubtful whether most of us
    have more free time today than we had twenty or thirty
    years ago.These so-called
    "labor-saving" devices have, *- "',
    if anything, made us busier,
    and we seem to live in such
    a fast-paced
    world that many of us spend
    the bulk of our time rushing
    from one harried activity
    to another. On top of that,
    we seem to believing more
    distracted lives, where one
    noisy alarm after another seems to call for our attention,
    with e-mail,text messages and cell phones all clamoring
    for our undivided consideration. It is easy to get off task
    in such a world, and to actually forget why
    we are here in the first place.We should remember that
    our chief aim is to glorify God and to serve our fellow
    human beings.We should work diligently, but with care
    and mindful attention to our work. Remember, God is in
    the details.

    My son, why increase your cares, since he who is avid
    for wealth will not be blameless? Even if you run after it,
    you will never overtake it; however you seek it, you will
    not find it. One may toil and struggle and drive, and fall
    short all the more.
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    Wednesday, September 2, 2009

    Community CALENDAR

    CLOSED: Wausau Library.
    8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes Coun-
    ty Library open.
    9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
    1-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open
    10 a.m.-noon-Holmes Council
    on Aging provides hot meals and
    10 a.m. - 2 p.m.-The Vernon
    Historical Society Museum is open
    to the public every Wednesday from
    10 a.m. till 2 p.m. and meetings are
    Sthe fourth Wednesday of the month
    at 2 p.m.
    10:30 a.m.-Chipley Garden
    Club luncheon/meeting. Call 638-
    2111 for information.
    11 a.m.-Washington Council
    Son Aging (located in Chipley) senior
    lunches, for reservations call 638-
    6217, donations accepted.
    Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club
    weekly meeting, held at Simbo's
    Restaurant in Bonifay.
    1 p.m.-Line dancing, Washing-
    :ton Council on Aging in Chipley
    7 p.m.-Depression and Bipo-
    lar Support Group-meets at First
    Baptist Church educational annex
    'building in Bonifay Call 547-4397.
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    meeting, held at Ponce de Leon
    Methodist Church on Main Street in
    SPonce de Leon.
    CLOSED: Vernon Library
    8 a.m.-Holmes County Library
    9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
    1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
    10 a.m.-noon-Holmes Council

    on Aging provides hot meals and
    11 a.m.-Washington Council
    on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
    lunches, for reservations call 638-
    6217, donations accepted.
    11:30 a.m.-Friends of the Wash-
    ington County Library meeting, held
    at Chipley Woman's Club building.
    Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
    open meeting, New Life Assembly
    Fellowship, Chipley.
    1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
    4 p.m.-Chipley City Council
    workshop, held at Chipley City Hall.
    4:30 p.m.-Holmes County His-
    torical Society meeting, held at His-
    torical Society building, located at
    412 Kansas Ave. in Bonifay.
    6-9 p.m.-GED Prep classes
    each Tuesday and Thursday at
    Washington-Holmes Technical Cen-
    ter, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
    6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at
    SMt. Olive Baptist Church, located
    three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy.
    6 p.m.-Holmes County Tax
    Watch meets at Simbo's Restaurant
    on Hwy 79 in Bonifay.
    6 p.m.-Ponce de Leon City
    Council meeting.
    8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
    meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
    Catholic Church in Bonifay
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    meeting, held at New Hope Volun-
    teer Fire Station, located on Hwy. 2
    in Holmes County.
    CLOSED: Wausau Library
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County
    Library open.
    1-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open
    9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley Li-

    brary open.
    10 a.m.-noon-Homes Council
    on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
    games, activities, hot meals and so-
    10:30-11 am.Wausau Library
    preschool storytime.
    11 am.-Washington Council
    on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
    lunches, for reservations call 638-
    6217, donations accepted.
    7 p.m.-Slocomb VFW dance
    until 10 pm. Music by the Country
    Boys. Admission $5; Children 12 and
    under free with parents. No smok-
    ing or alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50
    giveaways. Refreshments available.
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    open meeting, held at Presbyterian
    Church in Chipley.
    CLOSED: Wausau Library, Chi-
    pley Library, Vernon Library
    8 a.m.-noon-Holmes County
    Library open.
    7-10 p.m.-Geneva Senior Citi-
    zens Dance at Geneva Community
    Center, North Iris St., every Satur-
    day for those 21 and older, country
    music by the Flat County Band.
    Admission is $4, 50-50 give-away, re-
    freshments, no smoking or alcohol.
    7 p.m.-Slocomb VFW dance
    until 10 p.m. Music by the Country
    Boys. Admission $5; Children 12 and'
    under free with parents. No smok-
    ing or alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50
    giveaways. Refreshments available.
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    meeting, held at Bonifay Method-
    ist Church, Bonifay, on Oklahoma
    1 p.m.-Abate of Florida, a

    Motorcyclist Rights Organization,
    meets at 2229 Bonifay-Gritney Road.
    For information call 850-548-5187.
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    meeting, held in the board room at
    Graceville-Campbellton Hospital
    Boardroom, Graceville.
    CLOSED: Holmes County Li-
    brary, Wausau Library, Vernon Li-
    9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
    10 a.m.-noon-Holmes Council
    on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
    games, activities, hot meals and so-
    11 a.m.-Washington Council
    on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
    lunches, for reservations call 638-
    6217, donations accepted.
    6-7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army
    Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis
    Program (SADVP) will be hosting
    a domestic violence support group
    each Monday. The meeting will be
    held at the SADVP Rural Outreach
    office at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue,
    apartment one, in Chipley. Call
    Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
    7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge
    No. 144, Bonifay.
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    open meeting, held at Blessed Trin-
    ity Catholic Church, located on Hwy.
    177A, Bonifay.

    CLOSED: Vernon Library
    8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County
    Library open.
    8:30 a.m.--Orange Hill Soil and
    Water Conservation District meet-
    ing at the Ag Center in Chipley.

    9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
    1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
    9 a.m.-Tourist Development
    Council meeting.
    9 a.m.-Holmes County Com-
    mission meeting.
    9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Li-
    brary open.
    10 a.m.-noon-Holmes Council
    on Aging provides hot meals and
    11 a.m.-Washington Council
    on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
    lunches, for reservations call 638-
    6217, donations accepted.
    Noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club
    weekly meeting.
    Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
    open meeting, New Life Assembly
    Fellowhship Hall, Chipley.
    5:30 p.m.-Holmes Council on
    Aging Board meeting
    5:30p.m.-Chipley Downtown
    Merchants Association, 827 Main
    6-9 p.m.-GED Prep classes
    each Tuesday and Thursday at
    Washington-Holmes Technical Cen-
    ter, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley
    6 p.m.-Holmes County Devel-
    opment Commission meeting.
    6 p.m.-Chipley City Council
    6 p.m.-Ebro City Council meet-
    7 p.m.-Caryville City Council
    7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic
    Lodge meeting.
    8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
    meeting, held at Presbyterian
    Church in Chipley.
    8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
    meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
    Catholic Church in Bonifay


    Michael A. Peet

    Margie Taylor

    Nella V. Roath

    Michael Allen Peet, 49,
    * of Daleville, Ala., died Aug.
    19, 2009 at his home. He
    was born June 18, 1960 in
    SNew Milford, Conn. to Har-
    :riet and Raymond George
    SSr. Peet. He was a truss
    :builder and had been a
    resident of Daleville for the
    Past year, moving there
    from Dothan, Ala..
    SSurvivors include one
    .daughter, Chelsea Mae
    Peet of Kansas; two broth-

    ers, Raymond George
    Peet, Jr. of Sacramento,
    Calif. and Frederick Lee
    Peet of Dothan; two sis-
    ters, Evelyn Isabella Vin-
    son of Abbevile, Ala. and
    Cynthia Williams of Cot-
    tondale. Memorialization
    by cremation with Brown.
    Funeral Home of Chipley
    is in charge of the arrange-
    ments. Friends and family
    may sign the online regis-
    ter at www.brownfh.net.

    Margie Taylor, 42, of
    . Chipley died Aug. 26, 2009
    at Southeast Alabama
    Medical Center in Dothan,
    Ala. She was born Nov. 28,
    1966 in Geneva, Ala.
    She is preceded in
    death by her parents,
    Gladys Merle Ward Taylor
    and Richard Lee Taylor.
    Survivors include her
    daughter, Mary MOlly Rob-
    ertson of Chipley; three
    brothers, Marty Taylor

    and Benny Taylor, both of
    Bonifay and Lee Taylor
    of Dothan; three sisters,
    Barbara Ann Sasser of
    Chipley, Brenda Lewis
    and Cricket Worley, both
    of Bonifay. Services were
    held Aug. 26 at Bethany
    Baptist Church with the
    Rev. Ed Barley officiating.
    Interment followed in the
    church cemetery with Peel
    Funeral Home of Bonifay

    Nella Virginia Roath, 78,
    of Chipley, died Aug. 20,2009
    at her home. She was born
    June 10,1931 in Clarksville to
    the late Gus and Lois Bras-
    well. She had been a resident
    of Chipley since 1981, coming
    from Panama City She was
    a seamstress and was of the
    Protestant faith.
    Survivors include one
    son, Ronald C. Odom of
    Chipley, one daughter, Nora
    and husband Sam Sloan of

    Graceville and two grand-
    Fnmeral services will be
    held Aug. 25 in the Bonnett
    Pond Community Church,
    with the Rev. Teddy Bias of-
    ficiating. Interment followed
    at Evergreen Memorial Gar-
    dens in Panama City. Brown
    Funeral Home of Chipley
    is in charge of the arrange-
    ments. Friends and family
    may sign the online register
    at www.brownfh.net.

    Faith C. Carter and John Z. Carter

    Carol Dean Justice

    Elnora Goodwin

    Faith Crystal Carter, 23,
    and infant son John Zacha-
    riah Carter of Bonifay died
    Aug. 22,2009 at her resi-
    dence in Bonifay. She was
    ,the daughter of John Carter
    and Debra (Dickerson)
    Carter of Westville.
    Survivors include her
    one daughter, Zoey Marie
    Carter of Bonifay; a sister,
    Angela Lynn Carter of Bi-

    loxi, Miss.; grandparents,
    Everett and Barbara Dick-
    erson of Pittsville, Md. and
    grandmother Louise Carter
    Sof Williamsburg, Va.
    Memorial service was
    held in the funeral home
    chapel Aug. 29, with the Rev.
    Doug Hemenes officiating.
    Memorialization was by cre-
    mation with Sims Funeral
    Home of Bonifay directing.

    Carol Dean Justice, 68,
    of Chipley died Aug. 24,
    S2009 at her residence.
    She was born Nov. 28,
    1939 to Ernest and Naper
    Hollingsworth. She had
    lived in Chipley for the past
    year coming from Rome,
    Ga. She was a homemaker
    and of the Baptist faith.
    Survivors include a son
    Jeffrey Chapman of Sunny

    Hills; a daughter, Kathy
    Denton of Chipley; two
    grandchildren and four
    A memorial service was
    held Aug. 26 in the funeral
    home chapel with the Rev.
    Sue Nelson officiating.
    Cremation will follow with
    Obert Funeral Home of
    Chipley in charge of ar-

    Elnora Goodwin, 71, of
    Chipley died Aug. 26,2009
    at her home. She was born
    Aug. 24,1938 in Graceville
    to the late Leslie and Velma
    Crutchfield. She was a
    former Nurse at Southeast
    Alabama Regional Medical
    Center in Dothan.
    Survivors include a
    brother; Leslie Crutchfield
    of Marianna and three

    grandchildren. Funeral
    services were held Aug. 27
    in the funeral home's Main
    Street chapel with the Rev-
    erend Michael Orr officiat-
    ing. Interment followed in
    Glenwood Cemetery in Chi-
    pley. Brown Funeral Home
    of Chipley is in charge of the
    arrangements. Friends and
    family may sign the online
    register at www.brownfh.net.

    Raymond M. Bushong

    James B. Drury

    S Wilma L. Brock

    Raymond Merrill Bush-
    ong, 95, of Sunny Hills, died
    SAug. 20,2009 at his home. A
    native of New Stark, Ohio,
    he had been a resident of
    Washington County for the
    past 31 years coming from
    Cleveland, Ohio. He was
    a chemical engineer with .
    Union Carbide and of the
    Methodist faith.
    Survivors include his
    wife, Merle Bushong of
    Sunny Hills; one step-son;
    Anthony Glenn Schultz of

    Ocala; five daughters; Susan
    Wallen of Beaumont, Texas,
    Nancy Stockman of Nebras-
    ka, Jane Revera of Austin,
    Texas, Patty Joe Bushong
    of Georgia and Shannon
    Wright of Panama City,
    eight grandchildren and five
    great-grandchildren. Me-
    morialization by cremation
    with Brown Funeral Home
    of Chipley is in charge of the
    arrangements. Friends and
    family may sign the online
    register at www.brownfh.net.

    James "Jim" Butler
    Drury, 77, of the Dogwood
    Lakes community in Boni-
    fay died Aug. 23, 2009, at
    Flowers Hospital in Do-
    than, Ala. He was the son
    of the late James Drury
    and the late Othera (But-
    ler) Drury.
    He is survived by his
    wife Martha (Brooks)
    Drury; three daughters,
    Donna Meyers of Stras-
    burg, Ohio, Mary Jo Zetti
    and Brenda Murphy, both.

    of New Philadelphia, Ohio;
    a stepdaughter, Jodie
    Jones of Dothan, Ala.; a
    stepson, Larry Jones of
    Rocky Mount, N.C.; six
    grandchildren and two
    Memorial service was
    held in the funeral home
    chapel on Aug. 27 with the
    Rev. John Y Chance of-
    ficiating. Memorialization
    was by cremation with
    Sims Funeral Home of
    Bonifay directing.

    Wilma Louise Brock,
    90, of Vernon died Aug. 25,
    2009 at Doctors Memorial
    Hospital in Bonifay. She
    was born Feb. 17, 1919 in
    Vernon to the late Curtis
    and Kinnie Miller McKei-
    In addition to her par-
    ents, her husband, Otto
    Brock and one brother,
    W.C. McKeithen, precede
    her in death.
    She is survived by one
    son, Ferrell Brock of Ver-

    non; two grandchildren
    and five great-grandchil-
    dren; one sister, Curtina
    Andrew of Cleveland,
    Services were held
    Aug. 29 at Vernon Evan-
    gelistic Church with Rev.
    Keith Mashburn officiat-
    Interment followed
    in the Ebenezer Church
    Cemetery with Peel Fu-
    neral Home of Bonifay

    . Betty L. Williams
    Betty Lou Bishop Williams, 70, of Ponce De
    Leon died Aug. 24, 2009."She was born Febru-
    ary 1, 1939 in Freeport to James and Ola Brown
    Bishop. She was a resident of Ponce De Leon
    she was Pentecostal by faith and a member of
    the Westville United Pentecostal Church. She
    was affectionately known as "Mama Betty."
    In addition to her parents, James and Ola
    Bishop, three brothers, James "Monk" Bishop,
    Alvin Bishop and William "Buddy" Bishop and
    one baby sister precede her in death.
    Survivors include her husband, Glen L. Wil-
    liams of Ponce De Leon; one son, Kris Williams
    and wife Trina of Knoxville, Tenn.; three daugh-
    ters, Edith Yacks and husband Gary of Knoxville,
    Candus Nash and husband Vance of DeFuniak
    Springs and Karen Hutchins and husband Toby
    of Fort Payne, Ala.; one brother, Roy Bishop of
    Red Bay; two sisters, Virginia Matthews and
    husband Tony of Red Bay and Ruby Williams
    and husband Gorden of Freeport; seven grand-
    children and numerous nieces and nephews.
    Funeral services were conducted Aug. 28 in
    the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Jason
    Campbell officiating. Burial followed in the
    Black Creek Cemetery with Clary-Glenn Free-
    port Chapel Funeral Home in charge of arrange-
    You may go online to view obituaries, offer
    condolences and sign guest book at www.clary-

    L.C. Cooper
    L.C. Cooper, 77, of Bonifay died
    Aug. 22, 2009 at Bonifay Nursing and
    Rehab Center. He was born Nov.
    8, 1931 in Bonifay to the late Lewis
    Cleveland and Dellia Arnold Cooper.
    In addition to his parents, he
    is preceded in death by one son,
    Daniel Cooper; one daughter, Shelia
    Ramsey; two brothers, J.D. Cooper
    and Earl Cooper; one sister, Edith
    He is survived by his wife, Betty
    Jean Strickland Cooper of Bonifay;
    one son, Michael Cooper and wife,
    Amy of US Navy Washington State;
    four daughters, Lori Ellis and hus-
    band, Ronald of Middletown, Ohio,
    Margaret Riley and husband, Mark
    of Hamilton, Ohio, Cornelia Cooper
    of Grand Ridge and Deborah Harcus
    of Bonifay; one brother, Robert Coo-
    per and wife, Iris of Bonifay; one sis-
    ter, Christilla Gay and husband, Cary
    of Caryville; 10 grandchildren and 12
    Funeral services were Aug. 24 in
    the funeral home chapel with the
    Rev. Rodd Jones officiating. Inter-
    ment will follow in the Dyson Cem-
    etery with Peel Funeral Home of
    Bonifay directing.


    The 2009 Harvest Festival Pag-
    eant will be held Saturday, Sept. 12, at
    2 p.m. and at 6:30 p.m. in the Gracev-
    ile Civic Center. The entry fee is $50
    with all proceeds going to Graceville
    Harvest Day celebrations.
    This is an open pageant, spon-
    sored by the City of Graceville, and
    would be an excellent opportuniity for'
    National Peanut Festival (NPF) pag-
    eant participants as it will be the final
    pageant prior to the NPF event.
    The younger categories start at 2
    p.m. and contestants should arrive
    at the Civic Center no later than 1:15
    Baby Miss, 0-12 months, should
    be dressed in Sunday wear; Tod-
    dler Miss, 13-23 months, heirloom or
    Sunday attire; Tiny Miss, 2-3 years,
    pageant wear; Future Little Miss, 4-5
    years, pageant wear; and Little Miss,
    6-7 years, pageant wear.
    The following categories start
    at 6:30 p.m. All contestants must be
    dressed in pageant wear.
    Petite Miss, 8-9 years; Miss Pre-
    Teen, 10-12 years; Jr. Miss, 13-14
    years; Teen Miss, 15-16 years; and
    Miss, 17-21 years.

    Applications can be picked up at
    Bush Paint and Supply, Graceville
    City Hall, Graceville News, Carolyn's
    Fashions in Chipley and Forget Me
    Not Photography in Bonifay.
    Deadline for applications is Sept.
    4 along with the entry fee. Checks
    should be made payable to the City
    of Graceville.
    Applications may be dropped by
    or mailed to Bush Paint and Supply,
    Attn: Teresa Bush, Pageant Director,
    971 Sixth Ave., Graceville, FL 32440.
    Applications can be delivered per-
    sonally by the Sept. 18 deadline.
    Winners will receive a large tro-
    phy, large crown and banner. Alter-
    nates and participants will receive
    trophies. Photo packages will be
    Admission at the door will be $4
    for adults. This applies to all individu-
    als with the exception of contestants.
    Admission is free for children three
    and under.
    For more information, call Teresa
    Bush (day) 850-263-4744 or (night)
    850-263-3072. You can also call, Mi-
    chelle Watkins, City of Graceville,


    Wednesday, September 2, 2009


    Washington County News I Holmes County Times-Advertiser I B7

    Fish & Wildlife Hunting SCHEDULE

    FWC announces 2009-
    10 hunting season dates.
    Seasons and dates are
    not applicable to wildlife
    management areas.

    Archery opens on
    Oct. 17 - Nov. 15 in the
    Northwest Zone;-Sept. 26
    - Oct. 25 in the Central
    Zone and Sept. 12 - Oct.
    11 in.the South Zone.
    Deer-dog training from
    Oct. 31 - Nov. 19 in the
    Northwest Zone; Oct. 3-22

    in the Central Zone and
    Oct. 3-22 in the South.
    Crossbow opens
    Nov. 30 - Dec. 6 in the
    Northwest; Oct. 26-30 in
    the Central Zone and Oct.
    12-16 in the South.
    Muzzleloading gun;
    Nov. 20-22 and Feb. 18-
    28 in the Northwest; Oct.
    31 - Nov. 8-in the Central
    Zone and Oct. 17-25 in the
    General gun, Nov. 26-
    29 and Dec. 12 -Feb. 17

    in the Northwest; Nov. 14
    -Jan. 24 in the Central
    zone; Oct. 31 -Jan. 10,
    South zone.
    Antlerless deer, Dec. 19-
    25 in the Northwest; Nov.
    21-27, Central and Nov.
    7-13 in the South zone.
    Fall turkey*, Nov. 26-
    29 and Dec. 12 -Jan. 17
    in the Northwest; Nov. 14
    -Jan. 10 in the Central
    zone and Nov. 14 -Jan.
    10 n the South.
    Quail and gray squirrel-

    -Nov. 14 - March 7 in
    the Northwest; Nov. 14
    - March 7 in the central
    zone and Nov. 14 - March
    7 in th South zone.
    Bobcat and otter, Dec. 1
    - March 1 in the Northwest;
    Dec. 1 - March 1 in the
    Central zone and Dec. 1
    - March 1 in the South.
    Spring turkey** opens
    March 20 - April 25 in
    the Northwest; March 20
    - April 25 in the Central
    zone and March 6 - April

    11 in the South.

    Wild hogs, rabbits,
    raccoons, opossums,
    skunks, nutrias, beavers and
    coyotes may be taken year-.

    * No fall harvest of
    turkeys allowed in Holmes

    **Spring turkey season
    is limited to March 20
    - April 4 in Holmes County.

    Options and opportunity in the local art scene

    After the hot lazy summer days,
    back to school for kids means back to
    the easel for visual artists with a gear-
    ing up of several exhibit opportunities
    for local visual artists.
    The Annual Art Alive 2009 Ex-
    hibit is open September 11-15 at the
    Veterans Memorial Civic Center in
    Bristol. Sponsored by the Liberty
    County Council of Arts there will be
    an Artists' Reception Thursday night
    on Sept. 10. More information can be
    found at www.libertycountyartscoun-
    At the Art Coop in Panama City at
    535 Mercer Ave there will be a work-
    shop on Saturday, Sept. 5, to create
    art for the upcoming "Through the
    Looking Glass" exhibit at the Rab-
    bit Hole Coffee Shop in keeping with
    their "Alice in Wonderland" theme.
    Working from 10 a:m. - 4 p.m. Artists
    are to bring their own materials, a

    brown bag lunch and $2 donation for
    the use of the Art Coop facilities. All
    work will be available for sale at the
    exhibit at the coffee shop. For infor-
    mation and to register, call contact
    Paulette 215-0705.
    The very active Artists Guild. of
    Northwest Florida will have their
    monthly meeting on Saturday, Sept.
    . 12, at 9 a.m. in the historic Russ House
    in Marianna. This group includes mu-
    sicians, writers, photographers and
    film-makers as well as visual artists.
    Work will be on display and for sale at
    their booth at the Battle of Marianna
    on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Citizens Park
    Lodge and there will be historical re-
    - enactors camping there as well.
    Also this month in Marianna, the
    Chipola Regional Arts Association
    holds their monthly Dutch treat lin-
    cheon at Jim's Buffet on Sept. 15 at
    11:30 with an arts related program.

    Get ajump on Christmas shopping
    at the Art Coop's Annual 50 Percent
    Off Exhibit and Sale also at 535 Mer-
    cer Ave in Panama City on Saturday,
    Sept. 19, from 10 a.m.-6p.m.
    The Washington County Arts
    Council holds its Annual Meeting on
    Tuesday, September 22, at 6PM at the
    Washington County Public Library in
    There are several openings on the
    Board of Directors for interested per-
    sons dedicated to promoting the Arts
    in Washington County. Local artists
    also have an opportunity to display
    their work for sale at the Washing-
    ton County Chamber of Commerce,
    which changes out quarterly.
    For more information, please con-
    tact President Karen Roland 638-9968
    or blueorchidoasis@yahoo.com or
    check out www.washingtoncounty-

    Local BRIEFS

    Irene V. Blaine
    The family of the late
    Irene V. Blaine will com-
    memorate her years of
    service in the field of
    Education and the com-
    munity with a $600 schol-
    Blaine retired from
    the Washington County
    School system in June
    1985. She taught at Ver-
    non Elementary for 18
    To be eligible, the
    candidate must live in
    Jackson or Washington
    County and be enrolled
    as a student at Chipola
    College majoring in edu-
    cation with a 2.5 grade
    point average.
    Applicants must pro-
    vide proof of residency,
    past classes, grades
    and a brief essay listing
    past experienced, future
    hopes in the area of edu-
    A detail of commu-
    nity activities and affili-
    ations along with church
    and civic organizations
    and address and phone
    number should also be
    Mail application to:
    Blaine Scholarship
    Committee, 3639 Blaine
    Drive, Marianna, FL
    32446. Deadline is Sept.
    19, 2009.
    The winner will be an-
    nounced Oct.-4 by mail
    from Chiploa College.
    Anyone wishing to do-
    nate to this scholarship
    may do so by mailing a
    check to Chipola Founda-
    tions Scholarship, Irene
    Blaine Scholarship, 3094
    Indian Circle, Marianna,
    FL 32447 or Irene Blaine
    Scholarship Fund, 3639
    Blaine Drive, Marianna,
    FL 32446.

    Commercial citrus
    inventory to be
    The USDA, NASS,
    Florida Field Office will
    release the results of the
    Commercial Citrus In-
    ventory on Sept. 18. The
    publication will include
    all citrus acreage. Acre-
    age and tree numbers by
    county and variety will in-
    clude comparisons to the
    three previous biennial
    censuses. Beginning in
    2009, the field work is be-
    ing divided over the two-
    ,year period with groves

    in the northern half of
    each township visited in
    odd years and those in
    the southern half visited
    in even years.
    Additional work will
    be preformed as time
    permits. For more infor-
    mation, visit www.hass.
    usda.gov/fl and select
    citrus publications.

    Local art exhibit
    and sale
    PANAMA CITY - Browse
    the Artcoop's Annual 50
    Percent Off Local Art Ex-
    hibit and Sale and meet
    over 20 local artists dur-
    ing this mini-art festival
    at the indoor and outdoor
    booths. All artists' works

    are 50 percent off this one
    day only, Saturday, Sept.
    19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    at 535 Mercer Avenue in
    downtown Panama City.
    For more information,
    call 850-769-0608, email
    net, or visit online at


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    CASE NO: 67-09-CA-197
    CHANTS BANK, a Florida
    banking corporation,
    HOMES, INC., a Florida
    corporation; GREENFIELD
    HOMES, INC., a dissolved
    Florida corporation; SUM-
    INC., a dissolved Florida
    corporation; BRIDLEGATE/
    AUDUBON, INC., a dis-
    solved Florida corporation;
    a dissolved Florida corpo-
    ration; CREEK SIDE
    HOMES, INC., a dissolved
    Florida corporation; ASH-
    dissolved Florida limited li-
    ability company;
    LLC, a Florida limited lia-
    bility company; SOUTH
    Florida limited liability
    company; CENTURY DE-
    HASSEE, INC., a Florida
    corporation, , jointly and
    severally; FREEPORT
    -BUILDERS, LLC, a Florida
    limited liability company
    PORATION, a Delaware

    GIVEN that the under-
    signed, the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court for Wash-
    ington County, Florida, un-
    der and pursuant to the Fi-
    nal Judgment heretofore
    entered on the 20th day of
    August, 2009, in that cer-
    tain cause pending in the
    Circuit Court' of the Four-
    teenth Judicial Circuit, in
    and for Washington
    County, Florida, being Civil
    Action No. 67-09-CA-197,
    in which the Plaintiff is
    CHANTS BANK, a Florida
    banking corporation
    ("FMB"), and the Defend-
    ants are TURNER HERIT-
    AGE HOMES, INC., a Flor-
    ida corporation ("Turner");
    INC., a dissolved Florida
    corporation ("Greenfield");
    HOMES, INC., a dissolved
    Florida corporation
    ("Summerbrooke"); BRI-
    INC., a dissolved Florida
    corporation ("Bridlegate");
    a dissolved Florida corpo-
    ration ("Easton"); CREEK
    SIDE HOMES, INC., a dis-
    solved Florida corporation
    ("Creek Side"); ASHTON
    BUILDERS, LLC, a dis-
    solved Florida limited lia-
    bility company ("Ashton");
    LLC, a Florida limited lia-
    bility company
    ("Wakulla"); SOUTH
    Florida limited liability
    company ("South
    County"); CENTURY DE-
    HASSEE, INC., a Florida
    corporation ("Century"),
    jointly and severally;
    LLC, a Florida limited lia-
    bility company ("Freeport")
    PORATION, a Delaware
    corporation ("Deltona"),
    and under and pursuant to
    the terms of the said Final
    Summary Judgment will
    offer for sale at public out-
    cry to the highest and best
    bidder for cash, on the
    front steps of the Wash-
    ington County Courthouse,
    located at 1293 Jackson
    Avenue, Chipley, Florida
    32428, on the 30 day of
    September, 2009, at the
    hour of 11:00 a.m., the
    same being a legal sales
    day and the hour a legal
    hour of sale, the real and
    personal property situated
    in Washington County,

    Florida and legally de-
    scribed as follows:
    Real Property
    Lot 16, Block 1094, of
    Sunny Hills, Unit 19, ac-
    cording to the plat thereof
    as recorded in Plat Book
    3, Pages 65 through 79, of
    the Public Records of
    Washington County,
    Florida.together with all
    improvements, appurte-
    nances, tenements and
    The property aforesaid, to-
    gether with all improve-
    ments, buildings, fixtures,
    tenements, hereditaments
    and appurtenances thereto
    belonging, or in anywise
    .appertaining, is being sold
    to satisfy FMB's claims un-
    der said Judgment.
    Any person claiming an in-
    terest in the surplus from
    the sale, if any, other than
    the property owner as of
    the date of the lis pendens
    must file a claim within 60
    days after the sale.
    DATED this 20 day of Au-
    gust, 2009.
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Washington County, Flor-
    By: JC Rogers
    Deputy Clerk
    true and correct copy of
    the foregoing has been
    furnished by U.S. Mail de-
    livery to JOHN M. BREN-
    NAN, ESQ.,
    GrayRobinson, PA., Post
    Office Box '3068, Orlando,
    Florida 32802-3068
    (Attorneys for FMB);
    ESQ. and JENNIFER M.
    FERRIS, ESQ., Mowrey
    Law Firm, PA., 515 North
    Adams .Street, Tallahas-
    see, Florida 32301
    (Attorneys for Turner Herit-
    age Homes, Inc., Green-'
    field Homes, Inc., Sum-
    merbrooke Homes, Inc.,
    Bridlegate/Audobon, Inc.,
    Easton Builders, Inc.,
    Creek Side Homes, Inc.,
    Ashton Builders, LLC,
    Wakulla Builders, LLC,
    South County Homes,
    LLC, Century Development
    of Tallahassee, Inc. and
    Freeport Builders, LLC)
    and CHARLES E. BERK,
    ESQ., Post Office Box
    5056, Ocala, Florida 34478
    (Attorneys for Defendant,
    The Detona Corporation),
    this 20 day of August,
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    Washington County, Flor-
    By: JC Rogers
    Deputy Clerk
    As published in the Wash-
    ington County News Au-.
    gust 26, September 2,
    CASE NO.

    WILLIAM J. SABATA, et al,
    GIVEN pursuant to a Final
    Judgment of Mortgage
    Foreclosure dated August
    20, 2009 and entered in
    Case No.
    67-2008-CA-000479 of the
    Circuit Court of the FOUR-
    TEENTH Judicial Circuit in
    and for WASHINGTON
    County, Florida wherein
    is the Plaintiff and WILLIAM
    BANK; are the Defendants,
    I will sell to the highest and
    best bidder for cash at,
    11:00AM, on the 24 day of
    September, 2009, the fol-
    lowing described property
    as set forth in said Final
    11 AND 16, LYING NORTH

    A/K/A 825 5TH STREET,
    CHIPLEY, FL 32428
    Any person claiming an in-
    terest in the surplus from
    the sale, if any, other than
    the property owner as of
    the date of the Lis Perid-
    ens must file a claim within
    sixty (60) days after the
    the seal of this Court on
    August 25, 2009.
    Linda H. Cook
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By:J.C. Rogers
    Deputy Clerk
    Publish in WASHINGTON
    Invoice To: Florida Default
    Law Group, RL.
    PO. Box 25018
    Tampa, Florida
    As published in the Wash-
    ington County News
    September 2, 9, 2009.
    CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-125
    DEBBIE MARKS a/k/a/
    TO:DEBBIE MARKS a/k/al
    Last Known Address:
    1139 Page Avenue
    Chipley, FL 32428
    an action for Dissolution of
    Marriage has been filed
    against you. You are fur-
    ther notified that in said ac-
    tion Petitioner is request-
    ing that the Court transfer
    your interest in the follow-
    ing described property to,
    Flint Adams, in satisfaction
    of special equity/unequal
    distribution and/or for
    lump sum alimony, and/or
    for the amount currently
    due Petitioner in child sup-
    port and alimony:
    Commencing at a hub on
    the west property line of lot
    2 in the W '/%.of the SE 'A
    of Sec. 3, T4N, R13W, ac-
    cording to plat of Dekle
    Land Co., subdivision on
    file in office of Clerk of Cir-
    cuit Court,: Washington
    County, Florida, proceed-
    ing due South 128.22 feet,
    more or less, thence due
    East 85 feet to a point of
    beginning, thence East 85
    feet, thence South 165
    feet, more or less, thence
    West 85 feet, thence
    North165 feet, more or
    less to a point of beginn-
    ing. It shall be further
    known that the following
    easements shall be bind-
    ing against this property at
    all times. (On the north
    boundary a 25 foot wide
    strip for street (Page Ave-
    You are required to serve a
    copy of your written' de-
    fenses, if any, to the action
    on Petitioner's attorney,
    whose name and address
    is Scott Manion , Esq., Le-
    gal Services of North Flor-
    ida, Inc., 211 East 11th
    Street, Panama City, Flor-
    ida 32401, on or before the
    30day of September, 2009,
    and file the original with
    the Clerk of this Court, ei-
    ther before service on
    Petitioner's attorney or im-
    mediately thereafter; other-
    wise a judgment will be
    entered for the relief de-
    manded in the petition.
    WARNING: Rule 12.285,
    Florida Family Law Rules
    of Procedure, requires that
    you provide to the other
    party in this lawsuit access
    to or copies of certain doc-
    uments and information.
    Failure to do this can result
    in the court taking action
    against you, including dis-
    missal (throwing out your
    case) or striking of plead-
    ings (throwing out part of
    your case).
    WITNESS my hand and
    the seal of this Court on
    this 21 day of August,
    Unda Hayes Cook
    As Clerk of the Court
    By:K. McDaniel
    Deputy Clerk
    As published in the
    Washington County News
    September 2, 9, 2009.

    Pursuant to Chapter 83,
    Part IV, Notice is given
    pursuant to the
    Self-Storage Act, Florida
    Statutes Chapter 83, Part
    IV, that Mrs. Lamar L.
    Townsend, owner of
    self-storage facility will sell
    by auction to .the highest

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    bidder, the contents of
    space rented to the follow-
    ing lessees.
    Name Space No. Property
    The same will be held at
    the self-storage facility lo-
    cated at Railroad Av. &
    Griffin Road, Chipley,
    Washington County, Fla.
    on Saturday, Sept. 5,
    2009, at 8:00 A.M.
    As published in the
    Washington County News
    August 29, September 2,
    Public Notice
    Ordinance No. 09-001
    Town of Wausau
    The Town of Wausau will
    hold the final reading of
    Ordinance No. 09-001 of
    the Town of Wausau, Flor-
    ida. An Ordinance adopt-
    ing a budget for the Fiscal
    Year 2009-2010 for the
    Town of Wausau, Florida
    and appropriating the
    funds for appropriation for
    said fiscal year. The Meet-
    ing will be held on Sep-
    tember 10, 2009 at 6:00
    PM or as soon thereafter
    as possible at the Wausau
    Town Hall. located at 1607
    Second Avenue, Wausau
    Florida. The first reading
    of this Ordinance was held
    on August 24, 2009 at the
    Wausau Town Hall. A ver-
    batim record will not be
    kept of the meeting. Any-
    one wishing to have a ver-
    batim record of this meet-
    ing shall keep such. Any-
    one needing assistance to
    attend this mEeting will
    need to contact the Town
    Clerk 48 hours prior to any
    meeting at 850-638-1781.
    2009-2010 Proposed
    Budget Summary
    Town of Wausau
    All Departments
    General Funds
    General Funds
    10,200.00 Street
    10,200.00. F i r e
    Department 53,600.00 Fi r e
    Department 53,600.00
    Recreation 4,000.00
    Recreation 4,000.00
    850,000.00 .CDBG
    FRDAP 1135,611.00
    FRDAP 1135,611.00
    FRDAP 11135,611.00
    FRDAP 11135,611.00
    Volunteer Fire
    Volunteer Fire
    31,500.00 Total
    1,465,662.00 Total
    A complete copy of the
    above Ordinance and the
    full proposed budget is on
    file at the Wausau Town
    hall for inspection or re-
    view. As published in the
    Washington County News
    September 2, 9, 2009.

    The Department an-
    nounces receipt of appli-
    cations from Eddie
    Bourkard, File Nos.
    67-0296965-001-DF and
    30-0296968-001-DF to re-
    cover pre-cut submerged
    timber from the Choc-
    tawhatchee River beginn-
    ing at near Bear Hewitt
    Landing and ending at the
    State Road 20 Bridge. The
    timber recoveries will be
    conducted in Holmes, Wal-
    ton and Washington Coun-
    This application is being
    processed and is available
    for public inspection dur-
    ing normal business hours,
    8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
    Monday through Friday,
    except legal holidays, at
    the Northwest District of-
    fice at 160 Governmental
    Center, Pensacola, Florida
    As published in the Wash-
    ington County News Sep-
    tember 2, 2009.

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    Tuesday & Saturday, live
    music before Auction.
    Live-band Friday nite,
    (family atmosphere) Hwy.
    79, Esto. Maxie Yates Auc-
    tion Company LLC
    AU3017, AB2343.

    B&B Furniture 1342 North
    RR Avenue, Chipley. We
    pay cash for clean, quality
    furniture. 850-557-0211 or
    850-415-6866. Ask for
    Pasco or Carolyn

    For Sale: Dinette, queen
    bed, sideboard with
    mother of pearl, tables,
    lamps, entertainment cen-
    ter, bar stools, & misc
    items. 850-373-8826

    Nordic Track Elliptical
    Machine. $600 firm. Large
    rocking chair, $60. Large
    computer desk & chair,
    $50 each. 850-415-1152.

    5-Family yard Sale; Satur-
    day, 8a.m.-until, 921 4th
    Street, behind Chipley Mc-
    Donalds. clothes all sizes,
    home-interior, toys,
    whatknots, junk. Come

    Big Yard Sale: Saturday,
    September 5th, 8 a.m. -
    until. .751 Dalton St. inside.
    Vinyl building, beside brick
    house, off Highway 90
    West, behind A&B Auto
    Sales, Air conditioned

    FF: Bonifay, 110 Usenby
    Dr., 79 North to End of City
    Limits Left on Usenby . 4th
    house on right, 3, 4 & 5,
    Fri-Sat7am - 1Pm
    Yard Sale
    We have something for
    everyone. Music CD's
    video tapes . Clothing ,
    tools , small .furniture,
    Brick-a-brack , household
    items, etc

    Friday & Saturday, huge
    multi Family yard sale, 7
    a.m. until. Hwy. 77, 3 miles
    south of 1-10. Furniture,
    clothes, household items.
    Don't Miss It!.

    Huge Yard Sale: Friday &
    Saturday, 7a.m. until, 1832
    Adolph Whitaker Rd, ap-
    prox. 4/2 miles, Bethlehem
    Hwy, 177 north.

    GOODS SALE. Friday and.
    Saturday, September 4th
    & 5th, 2009.
    8:00AM-5:00PM. Located
    on the bypass (Maple Ave-
    nue), Geneva, AL. Near

    Large Multi-Family yard
    sale, Saturday, September
    5th, 8:00 until. Furniture,
    small appliances and
    much more. Hwy. 160, '/2
    mile east of Bethlehem
    School. Rain or Shine

    MOVING SALE. 2 fami-
    lies; Friday & Saturday,
    September 5&6, 8am-until.
    971 Nearing Hills Road,
    Chipley. 4 piece king size
    bedroom suite
    w/mattresses, 3 piece liv-
    ing room suite, bedding,
    kitchen appliances, house-
    hold items, children's,
    ladie's and men's clothing
    and more.

    Moving Sale; Saturday,
    September 5th, 8:00 until.
    Entertainment center,
    small freezers, 2 dog pens,
    lots of misc. 2558 Bodie
    Lane, Bonifay,
    Multi Family Garage Sale,
    1012 Carlisle Rd, Chipley.
    Something for everyone,
    Saturday, September 5th,
    7a.m. - noon. For info;
    Multi-Family yard sale at
    Hampberry Cross roads,
    Hwy. 2 and 179 at the
    Watson's Country Corner
    store. September 5th, 7
    Storage Unit Sale @
    Tharp & Sons Storage
    Units, #526, on 09/05 at
    7:30am. Sofa, TV., enter-
    tainment center, dinner ta-
    ble w/chairs and various
    household items. Priced
    Yard Sale Saturday, be-
    side Chavers' Brock.
    washer, dryer, furniture,
    mattresses, household
    items, stove, lamps,
    clothing, recliners, oak
    dinette. Great prices.
    Yard Sale. Sept. 4 & 5,
    8-1. Friends & family,
    Back-Side & Front yard
    sale. 659 5th St., Chipley.
    Yard Sale; Saturday,
    9-5-2009, 847 South 8th
    Street, block behind Brock
    Paint & Body

    | 3240
    Lead Bullets For Sale. 30
    to 50 Cal. cum-
    minsbulletsand lube.com.
    Knight BP inline .50 cal
    Rifle. 1-800-741-9707,

    2100 - Pets
    2110 - Pets: Free to
    Good Home
    2120 - Pet Supplies
    2130 - Farm Animals/
    2140 - Pets/Livestock
    2150 - Pet Memorials

    AKC Registered English
    bulldog puppies, male and
    female free to caring
    home. Contact

    Shep/Wolf Pups
    1st shots, regular
    de-wormings, 1st heart-
    worm prevention & health
    certificates. $500. $100 de-
    posit required. (850)
    638-4891, (850)532-5808

    Siamese Kittens
    1st shots, regular
    de-wormings, litter box
    trained, health certificates.
    $350. $100 deposit, re-
    quired. 850-638-4891 or

    S 2110
    One Laberdoodle, one
    short haired part Lab &
    Boxer. Both excellent pets,
    good w/children. Shots up
    to date. 535-9672.

    For Sale: Ducks, geese,
    chickens and guineas. For
    information 850-547-3129
    or Cell # 850-415-2998.

    Jungle Fowl,
    Mostly Roosters, $1.50
    Each Call 850-415-6444

    3100 -Antiques
    3110 - Appliances
    3120-Arts & Crafts
    3130 - Auctions
    3140- Baby Items
    3150 - Building Supplies
    3160 - Business
    3170- Collectibles
    3180- Computers
    3190 - Electronics
    3200 - Firewood
    3210 - Free Pass It On
    3220 - Furniture
    3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
    3240 - Guns
    3250 - Good Things to Eat
    3260 -Health & Fitgess
    3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
    3280 - Machinery/
    3290 - Medical Equipment
    3300 - Miscellaneous
    3310 - Musical Instruments
    3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
    3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
    3340 - Sporting Goods
    3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)

    Wanted To Buy antiques,
    collectibles, gold, silver,.
    dinnerware, collections,
    paintings, call Al Schmidt

    For Sale: RV Appliances,
    like new, majic chief stove
    & snapper lawn mower,
    Norcole Refrigerator, 2
    sets dinning room tables
    and chairs, Swency leather
    couch & chair with auto-
    mon. For more info Please
    Call 850-956-3033

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    I Cottage is closed I
    I Merchandise still availa-
    ble 50% off!! By ap-
    I pointment only! I
    I 850-547-3494, 2074 N.
    Hwy 79, Bonifay

    Sat., Sept., 12th.
    8:00AM. Hwy 261 N.,
    Campbellton, FL.
    2 Farm dispersals,
    Contractor dispersal,
    Estate sell out, city,
    county, plus
    Mason Auction & Sales,
    LLC #642.
    850-263-0473, office;
    850-258-7652. Chad:
    850-849-0792 Gerald.

    3234 Main St. Vernon. FL..
    Hwy 79 South
    (2nd Building on left)
    Multi-Sellers Selection
    will vary from week to
    Cash. credit/debit cards.
    Michelle Roof
    Michelle & HC's
    FL AU3014 AB2224.

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    Plants, Trees &Shrubs
    i Landscape Design, Contracting,
    Maintenance and Management

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    , (850) 638-1202 (850) 326-1500



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    I M-F; 8-6 Sat., 8-4:30.
    S 850-638-5002,

    U Pick Grapes.
    Muscadine, Noble.
    7 days week.
    5 Ibs, $4.00.
    Clayton Rd., Chipley.

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    low signs on 177A out of
    Bonifay or - call
    850-547-2326, Klaus Dittus


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    rior painting by the job or
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    Dennis Glenn
    850-535-0145 or

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    INVESTOR to do a refi-
    nance on my home. Value
    $80,000. Need $25,000.
    Call if interested.
    Wanted, cash paid for an-
    tiques, glassware, collecti-
    bles, gold, silver, tools
    some furniture, vcr & dvd
    movies. We buy out gar-
    age sales. Best prices!
    Wanted: Junk appli-
    ances, lawn-mowers, farm
    and garden equipment,
    golf carts, satellites for
    free. I will pick up. Call

    Guitar, Bass, Drums,
    Banjo, Mandolin, Violin,
    Flute. Covington Music.
    We buy used musical in-
    struments. Downtown
    Chipley. 850-638-5050.

    4100 - Help Wanted
    4130- Employment

    Grounds Keeper
    The City of Chipley
    is accepting
    applications for a
    Grounds Keeper.
    Minimum Qualifica-
    Must have completed
    W.C.I. inmate
    supervisor training
    course and have a valid
    W.C.I. card, or be
    eligible for card; general
    knowledge of lawn care;
    basic knowledge of the
    functions of lawn
    equipment;.ability to
    Project a courteous and
    polite attitude to public,
    supervisors and
    subordinates; and able
    to communicate
    t effectively both orally
    and in writing.
    Mail or hand deliver
    application and/or
    resume to
    City Clerk,
    City of Chipley,
    RO. Box 1007,
    Chipley, Florida 32428.
    September 11, 2009,
    4:00 RM.
    EOE/Drug Free

    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
    workplace. - Reasonable
    rates on new vinyl tops
    and auto carpeting. Free
    estimates. Call anytime,
    leave message. (850)

    Tri-County Community
    Council, Inc., is accepting
    applications for Center As-
    sistant for the Head Start
    Program. Responsibility:
    Primary responsibility is to
    maintain a clean center.
    Assist teacher in all activi-
    ties as needed. Minimum
    Qualifications: High
    School (GED); 1-3 months
    related experience or train-
    ing. Must have Current
    driver's license and proper
    vehicle insurance cover-
    age. Must comply with
    health and background
    screening. For additional
    information and qualifica-
    tions call Bridgett
    Cassiday. Office Assistant
    (850) 547-3689. Applica-
    tions may be obtained
    from any Tri-County Com-
    munity Council, offices
    and submitted by Septem-
    ber 08, 2009 at 4:30 p.m.
    Successful applicant will
    be subject to
    pre-employment drug test.

    Northwest Florida
    Community Hospital
    is seeking qualified candidates
    for the following position:
    Laboratory Manager
    Requires Fl. Supervisor License
    Bachelor's Degree and at least 3 years
    experience in the field preferred
    NFCH offers competitive benefits including
    medical, dental, life, disability, and 401k.
    Fax resume to 850-638-0622
    or email to sbyrd@nfch.org
    Applications may be submitted to the
    NFCH Human Resource office
    NFCH is an equal oppollunity employer.

    SOD & SEED on the farm,
    delivered or installed. Cen-
    tipede St. Augustine Ber-
    muda. West Florida Turf
    (850) 415-0385; 638-4860.
    Established 1980

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

    Bush Hogging, Disking,
    food plots, gardens,
    ditches, fix roads, move
    dirty. Works only on Satur-
    day & Sunday.

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



    Community South
    Credit Union
    S in Chipley, Florida, is
    seeking an experienced
    candidate for the
    position of
    Vice President of
    The ideal individual will
    possess great leader-
    ship and communica-
    tion skills to succeed in
    this institution where
    honesty, integrity and
    personal character
    make the difference.
    Excellent technical and
    interpersonal skills and
    the ability to work in a
    team environment are a
    Strategic planning, fi-
    nancial reporting, ac-
    counting, budgeting,
    forecasting, asset liabil-
    ity management, invest-
    ments, product pricing
    and financial planning.
    A Bachelor's degree
    required and a mini-
    mum of five years expe-
    rience in a management
    role in finance or ac-
    counting preferred.
    Please submit resume
    and cover letter by
    Sept 9th to
    .net and reference VP,
    Finance and Account-
    ing. If you have any
    questions you may
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    dress or contact Kay
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    $450.00 month.
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    2BR/1'/2BA Apartment for
    rent. No pets. 638-1918.
    1BR/1BA, $400, SD $200;
    2BR/1BA $475, SD $225,
    3BR/1BA $600, SD $300
    ALL parts w/CH/A, ceiling
    fans, stove & refrigerator.
    F R E E
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    For Rent: One Bedroom
    apartment , $200. deposit
    $375. a month, Includes
    water, garbage, sewer.

    S10B * Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser * Wednesday, September 2, 2009

    -6110 6140 "6170 7100 7150 7160 8110 8130
    For Rent: Unique Home for sale or rent. For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo- 2602 Hwy 173 S. NiceMustan 5 eed 82 Chevy LWB must sell
    2BR/2BA screened porch 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage, bile Homes $300. month, home on 2.23 acres. Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- Very Clean Doublewide. tan , $800. firm w/extra parts. 2
    apartment. Non Smoker, 1 brick home. Like new plus $300. deposit, no 3BR/2BA with 1762 sq.ft. res on Buddy Rd. One 10 New carpet, new paint, 171 Ford Po 2500.0 & WD go scoot needs work,
    small pet, references $800 month. 3BR/1BA pets. Call 850-547-2043. $64,900. For more infor- acres & One 13 acres on newappliances. Set-upin new parts, make offer
    850-547-3494 or home. $500 month. De- Leave message. mation, contact Eric Gainer Rd. Owner finance cluded. $17,900. Call Brad 390, 4 speed. $900.00 850-527-3741
    850-532-2177 posit & reference required. Gleaton Realty @ ing For more ino call Mil- @ 850-763-7780. 850-547-3737
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    Furnished 1BR Apart-m obile home. Water &1 2006 Mitsubishi Galant. d , A M cae,
    ment. $380 month. Free Lovely 1 Bedroom Home for Sale or rent, power, towing package,
    bage, pest ctrol a1g, |n ar6g pnd, or re clean. $395. No Pets se new 2BR/1BA with at- at: Community South good condition,. 24000.
    1-888-7444793. Large yard, deck, storage 850-547-4606 tached garage. 1 acre, 7160Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90 850-638-2446
    . building, Frontline dogs l tc 2 he acres 7 0 E., Chipley, FL.
    Th NEW Rdgewod o:k. Near Bonifay, $600. HwyGreenhead area. 2, Holml e to Chocta , watchee E., Chipley, FL.
    apartments, BEST i per month. 1st, last & se- enhead For nfo8506387701 central air & heat. hee Motorcycles
    2 br, 2 ba, on Sun y il s 850-638-46-40. M4Bobe Homie H R uer 5 850-763i7780.5 Acres81 Part wooded96-
    RATEES IN BONIFAY curity.Ca802 9646 for rent. per month, $79900. or $1,28x6 3BR/2BA Moil
    studio starting at $275 ,.down Home. 642 Moonseed Ln., 8 1
    per month Rent in e $450 security deposit. Im $500. month. ipley FL 32428Phone 1989 Dodge/Ram, 1 ton
    I cludes ALL uimediate occupancy. 850-956-2642 or 8 1 1O8OlvE, M ~mNE passenger van, runs good.

    & 4Erndsofgo773-3619 Rent. Quiet Family Park No 850-547-3650 like brand newg beautiful Homes of Merit. 3BR/2BA 8230 - Sailboats
    51123 638-8220. Progressive Re- 850-326-5886 )4 5 , RCREA 5 6 50MALINE pa
    bage, pest control 1,2,3 6170 mn th Plus D 9:00am.-7:n 8 2000 Chevrolet Slvuburado $160

    bedroom.. 547-4232 Mobile Homes in Cot- Only 45 mins. to Panama pit, carpet, vinyl, appli- ie Truck. Long wheel base 02 Suzuki Intruder,
    2br 8 -- 21BR/ MH for rent with utility Land & Home Package . 8110 - Ari tck lw mea,000. Can bae seen Corolla-S, $,38 mpg
    building, window air Holmes Codnty 2BR/1BA, 5,5+ acres, 3BR/2BA 120 -SportsUtilityVehicles at: Community South like-new, 61299/miles,
    I A 535-2657. very clean, w/s/g included. Home. Well & Septic Al- 16x80 3BR/2BA w/new 813 - Trucks Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90 $500.00 take over pay-
    $450 mo $200 dep. Call lowance included, carpet, paint, appliances, 814o - vans E., Chipley, FL. ments. 4 old-town like new
    [ I6130 2BR Mobile Home, good 850-547-5195 $105,000.00 set-up. $18,900. Includes 8150 - Commercial ie canoes, $400. each.
    Sbr, 2 ba, H location in Chipley. No Fo r nfo: 850-638-7701 central air heat. 810 - Motorcycles 8 5 0 - 53 5 - 0 1 4 5
    2Sunny Hls, on Sunny Hl Pets. 850-638-4640. Mobile Home for Rent: 850-66-7780. 8170 - AutoParts 850-596-4143

    20882. deposit. TedWhddn,685-353. /. . 0^ 0. 8,8^ -- L------------------------------------
    Golf Course, new carpet, Bedroom 2 bath, Reduced 50K Accessories This G reat Sale!
    $750/mo+dep incls W/S/G ile 3Bedroom 2 bath, Reduced 50K. 8210 Boats
    month 2bbA Moble Home For $450/month, $200 deposit Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA 822- P rsonal Watercrt 8130
    S4 rnds of golf 773-3619 Rent. Quiet Family Park No 850547-3650 like brand new, beautiful Homes of Merit. 3BR/2BA 23-0 SailboatsW
    pets. $400 month Plus De- otw/pondon 3 acres. Doublewide with new 8240-Boat & Marine 1983 Chevy Sllverado 8160
    posit. 547-4232. Mobile Homes in Cot- Only45 mins, to Panama paint, carpet, vinyl, appli- Supplies Truck. Long wheel base, 02 Suzuki Intruder,
    tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- City Beach. Owner may fi- ances. Set-up w/air. 8245 - Boat Slips & Docks low mileage, new battery, dressed out, $5,000. or
    6140 2BR/2BA MH, south of les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, nance or give $10,000 $23,900. Call Brad @ 8310- Aircrat/Aviatlion res, carburetor. Sony trade for small Toyoto or
    br, 1 ba, New Home in Chipley. Country setting. & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total cash back. 139,900. 850-763-7780 or toll free 8330 -Camper &Traer Stereo. Recovered seats. Nissan truck of equal
    Sunny Hills. w/d hkup No pets, smoke free envi- elec. (850)-258-4868 or OBO. (314) 346-3303. 1-866-732-7607. 8348 - Motorhomes $2,400. 638-4266. value. 850-547-2074
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    modeledLarge yard. New mo from Chipley Mc- Jorge Says Don't MissEPT. 5th ThiCLOSED MONDAY, LABOR DAY
    fridge, carpet, paint, bath, months ren t plus security
    storage building, vinylmd epo s ecfrity

    flooring & C. $525 ronment, no pets Transmitter Mobile Home

    Notice 2Br/2BH09 front porch .. 8 27.YnS OF SERVICE * NO GAMES. NO GIMMI
    month. 850691-831 n n/mongh. Call Park on Transmitter Rd, in
    -38R/2BA Home for rent. 5 638-4857. Panama City 850-960-0619 M AI I
    miles south of -10 Circle J Mobile Home Park .s
    Caryville exit. $700 3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from in Chipley, 850-691-9224
    month, $350 deposit. Bonifay Elem School. On 921 N 2nd St.; & Graceville
    850-260-9607. Hwy 177A. Family oriented 5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR
    park. Call 547-3746. units for rent, starting @
    For Rent: 3BR/2BA 7brick1$350 per mo For info call
    home and 3BR1BA brick 3BR/2BA mobile home in 850 691-9224
    home. 850-638-1918 call Chipley area. Quiet neigh- - -Tr ! Mo
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    nished, no pets. $500. a ba Country living w/
    For Rent: 3BR/2BA par- month. 850-638-1171 or dock-$635 monthly + sec. S
    tially furnished home in 850-258-1594 dep., 850-233-436
    Leisure Lakes, gated comn- r -- -! - -
    munity. Lake & poolprivi- Bonifay, 3BR/2BA, -SA. a5 8 2R
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    All real estateadverteising in non-smoking environment, 2 L l h , , L ,OM E CHECK IT OUT!!!
    this newspaper is subject to nice, quiet, secure. $475.CruisePERDE
    the Fair Housing Act which month. 850-535-9672 7100 - Homes
    makes it illegal to advertise $ 7105 - Open House
    "any preference, limitation For. Rent. 3BR/2BA 7110 -Beach Home NEW 2009 NEW 2009
    or discrimination based on Tailer Large yard HUD Propulies CHE CIK O T NEW 2 9 NEW
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