Title: Washington County news
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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: October 7, 2009
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Wednesday,0OCTOBER 7, 2009 w-ww.chipleypap~er.com Volume 85, Itumber 51 50(


i ~JAY FEL5BERG | Mlanaging Editor

Electri cal fire detry Chipley barn

CHIPLEY -- Chipley Fire a~nd Rescue was on the scene Wednesday evening when a call came in of a fire at. ARC on South..
Boulevardi Fire Chiief FloydI Aycock said the barn housing tw/o "gator" vehicles and other' equipment wNas halfway engulfed in
flames when firefighters arrived. The fir 'was quickly broulg ht under control, but: the equipment inside was for the most part a
total loss.~ Aycock said the state Fire Marshal said anl electrical short wa~s the cause of the fire.

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Managing Editor
BONIFAY Bodiay Ki-
wanis Club President Herb
Peel had. a- relaxed look on
his face Saturday night.
Leaning back against the
stairway at the competitor's
pavilion, Peel survyd the
crowded grandstands as
the 65th annual! Northwest
Florida Championship Rio-
deo came to an end. ~
He liked what he saw. "A
Typical Saturday night," he
said with a sritie. Peel and
his committee have run the

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Election balnquet
CHIPLEY -. Chipley
City Council will, hold
its election bariquet
Thursday, Oct. 8: at
5:30 pam.. in the City
Hall on Hlighway
90 in Chipley. The .
City Council meeting ~
will follow qt 6 p.m.
in the City Council
Chambers. Council
Members Price Wilson
and ~Cheryl McCall will
be sworn in.

Harvest Day
Festival planned
Churches are
sponsoring a Harvest
Day Festival on Nlov. 7
from 10 com. to 3 p.m~.
The festival` will be.
held at the Sportsplex
across from .Vernon
. High School on SR
Plenty of free
entertainment, games,
food, prizes for
eve ~yone to enjoy. For
more information, call,
Travis Mask at 8~50-


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arrested at a Marianna
trick stop after purchas-
ing.! hydrocodfone. Dykes
has 'been charged` uith
'trafficking hydrocodone
over 14' grams and intro-

duction of contraband into
a state correctional facility,
the release said.
Authorities from sev-
eral agencies said ~Dykes
had been purchasing med-

ication to smuggle into
the' Northwest' Florida
Reception ~Center in
Greenhead. Dykes was
booked into the Jackson~
County Jail.

A~ maintenance vo-
cational instructor at a
Washington County prison
faces dr~ugcharges after
authorities said he tried to
purchase a prescripjtion-

ordy narcotic from an :un-
der~cover offier.
According to a Jackson
CountyrDrug Taski Force
news release, Timothy Je-
rome Dykes, of Bristol, was


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Driesbach was 'wanted
Sfor failure to appear for
possession of cocaine anid
drug paraphernalia:

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A2 | washington Cbunty News

Florida Highway Patrol will conduct
driver license and vehicle inspection check-
points during the month of October on th~e
roadways listed below in Holmes, Jackson
and Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger presented to
the public by defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated with defects such
as bad brakes, worn tires and defective light-
ing equipment. In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers who would violate the

driver license laws of Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads No. 2, 10,
69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277, and 286 dur-
ing the month,
County roads with inspection points in-
clude No. 69A, 162, 164, 165, 165A, 167, 169,
173, 177, 177A, 179, 181, 185, 271, 276, 2791 280,
284, and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints to
be an effective means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of all motorists.

Lance E. Berry was
sworn in as a member of
the Florida Bar Associa-
tion on Friday, Sept. 25 in
Marianna. The Honorable
Herman Laramore with
the 14th Judicial District
administered the oath,
Berry is a 2002 graduate
of Chipley High School. He
earned a Bachelor of Sci-
ence in Business Adminis-
tration at the University of
Florida in 2005 and gradu-
ated magna cum laude
from Levin College of Law
in Mlay 2009.
He is the son of Lillian
and Charles "Bo" Berry of
Chipley. His grandparents
are the late Ida and Leo
Guettler of Chipley and the
late Mavis and Broward
Berry, also of Chipley. He

Arrest report from the Washington
County Sheri~ffs Department for the week
of Sept. 28-Oct. 5, 2009.
Axel Allen: 2/23/86, Vernon, battery. .
Martha Baker: 6/11/60, Vernon, battery.
David Blankenship: 12/15/55, Chipley,
Alachua County warrant for sex offense.
James Coleman: 8/28/53, Vernon, intro-
duction of contraband, petit theft, posses-
sion of marijuana, Okaloosa County war-
rant for battery.
Frederick Cooper: 12/28/87, Chipley,
driving while license suspended~ or re-
voked, Holmes County warrant for viola-
tion of probation on driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Victor Cosh: 8/1/88, Santa Rosa Beach,
tag attached not assigned, driving under
the influence,
Dail Dyb~dal: 10/4/74, Chipley, posses-
sion oflisted chemicals.
Thorn Evins: 7/11/90, Chipley, driving
while license suspended or revoked and vi-
olation of probation on driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Wesley Gilmore: 6/21/91, Westville, pos-

session of listed chemical.'
Tammy Gomillion: 6/10/75, Caryville,
petit theft-
Zachary Green: 10/12/65, Vernon, crim-
inal mischief-
Rayrmond Lukasile 12/29/79, Chipley
battery, violation of probation on hit and
run, vehicle theft, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.
Jeffrey Mitchell: 2/7/72, Port St. John,
possession of marijuana, and possession of
paraphernalia, tamering with evidence
Jerid Pal~ier: 8/24/90, Geneva, Ala.,
possession of paraphernalia, possession of
meth. -
Brittany Pitts: 7/9/91, Bonifay, posses-
sion of paraphernalia, possession of mari-
Christopher Reinhardt: 2/1!5/82, Chi-
pley, petit theft, battery, obstruct without
violence. ,
Richard Stone: 3/20/79, Apopka, pos-
session of paraphernalia, possession of
Jimmy Williams: 6/19/70, Cowarts, Ala.
violation of state pcirk rules.

is married to SarahLed-
ford Berry, formerly of
Daphne, Ala. .
He works at the law of-
fices of B. Shannon Saun-

ders, EA. in Marianna and
will be practicing in the
areas of personal injury,
criminal defense and pro-

Agricultural Center on
Highway 90 in Chipley.
Renowned local flo-
rist Kirby Holt, AIFD, will
again demonstrate a va-
rie'ty of decorating tech-
niques for the holidays.
Displays of trees, wreaths
and other holiday arrange-
ments wNill be sold at a
discount. Proceeds from
this major fundraiser ben-
efit the local cominunity
through scholarships and
ohe raontri utions to or-
T ckes to tahnede evnt ar

hfom any Woman's Club
member. The event also
includes refreshments and
door prizes. For more in-
formation, call 638-0053-

~Eaton guest speaker
The topic of the Repub-
lican Club of West Flpr'ida
Oct. 13 meeting will be how
the courts have misinter-
preted the First Amend-
ment to thie Constitution
in regard to government
and religion.
Thie meeting will be
Imidsat nob on Oct. 13 at
On Sept. 17, U:S. Dis-
trict Judge Casey Rodg-
ers ruled, that Pace High
School Principal Frank
Lay. and Athletic Director
Robert Freeman did not
vriolate an agreement with
the American Civil Liber-
ties Union that teachers
are not allowed, to lead
prayer groups.
The two men were ac-
,cused of violating the
agreement by blessing the
food atan athletic banquet
that` might have been at-
tended by students. They
were brought up on Fed-
eral charges and could be
imprisoned, fined and lose
their teachers pensions
and as convicted felons
lose their right to vote in
Florida. .

Pastor Eddie Eaton of
the` West Pittman Baptist
Church of Westville will
discuss the Lay/Freeman
trial and the meaning
of what has come to be
known as the "Separation
of Church and State" in
our constitution.
Pastor Eaton wl
explain why the First
Amendment's "Congress
shall make no law respect-
ing and establishment of
religion.a." hahl re rmn

to r th n in o ern ent
are banned. What was the
intent of our founding fa-
t~hers? How has blessing
a meal become a Federal
Eaton grew up in Ver-
non and served as pastor
of the Mlt. Olive Baptist
Church in Bonifay for

miisij asat West Ptmnni
Baptist Church in May of:
Questions and 'com-
ments from the audience
will be gladlyr accepted. All
are welcome rega rdless of
political affiliation.

GOSpel Concert at T.J.:
ROUln 10C COrI
The ~T.J. Roulhac En-
richment `and Activity
Center, 651 Pecan Street
in Chipley will sponsor and
host a Gospel Concert, on
Saturday, Oct. 10 starting
at 6:30 p.m. Featured en-:
tertainer is Kevin Edwards'
of Vernon.
Tickets $10 for adults;:
$5 children ages 6-18;'
Children age 5 and under:
admitted free of charge.
SProceeds from the concert
will go to the T.J. Roulhac
Center for expenses and
For more information,
call Sallie Johnson at 638-

Amnesty Da
For' all' Washington
County residents, Amnes-
`ty Day will be on Saturday
Oct 10, -fr~om.8 a.m--noon
at the Recycling Center on
Highway 77 just north of

Library book sal0
CHIPLEY Friends of
Sthe Washington county Li-
brarywill hold its Fall Book
sale on Friday, Oct.16 and

~at the Histoiic Library on
5th Street next door to the
Washington Chamber of
Commerce. .
Anyone interestedmndo-
naatinusedobo ks Cy to d
SJohnson at 638-1983.

Better Breatlers

The Bettef- Breath-
e~rs Club will meet Friday,
Oct. 9, from 2-3 p.ni. in the
Hudnall IVedical Bxiilding
ofoJackson Hospi al, 20
annpia. Guiesti sp akr is
Matthew Dallefeld,~MSRD,
Dietitian for Jackson
SHospital, presenting : Nti-
tritional. Facts for Better
Breathers. Friends and
caregivers welcome: For
.more information, contact
Jackson Hospital's Respi-
Sratory Department at 850-

Holiday Decorating
The Woman's Club of
Chipley will host its annual
Holiday Decorating Ex-
travaganza on Thursday,
Oct. 29. This annual fund-
raiser starts .at 6:30 p.m.
at the Washington Courity

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009


washington County News I A3


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CHIPLEY--Tickets for the
Spanish Trail Playhouse
production of "Barefoot
In The Park" are on sale
to members and sponsors
and will go on sale to the
general public on Sept.
28. Tickets are $10 each
at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
located at 672 5th Street
in Chipley. Call the Cham-
her at 638-4157. Based on
the subject matter of this
production, children un-
der 12 are not encouraged
to attend.
Trouble in paradise!
Newlyweds Corie arrd
Paul Bratter return from
their honeymoon ready
to start their exciting new
life together, but things
aren't 'exactly going' as
planned. Things get a lit-
tle too cozy for the young
couple, and hilarityi en-
sues as the power of love
gets tested to its limits.
Neil Simon is at his best in
this heart-warming com-
edy about sacrifices, new
beginninigs and not letting
obstacles get in the way of

what truly matters.
The cast includes Kara
Hewitt as Corie Bratter,
Arthur Obar as the Tele-
Sphone Repair Man, Kevin
Russell as Paul Bratter,
Terrie Garrett as Corie's
Mother Mrs. Banks, Dan-
ny Page as~ Victor Velasco,
and Garrett Brolund as the
Delivery Man. The staff
Includes Kevin Russell as
Director, Rachel Webb as
Producer, Chelsea Bush
as Stage Manager, Jimmy
Miller as Technical Direc-
tor, and Steve Yates as Set
Neil Simon's Barefoot
In The Park will take the
stage Oct. 17-18 and Oct.
22-25 with Thursday-Sat-
urday shows starting at 7
p.m. and Sunday's shows
starting at 2 p.m.
The Spanish Trail Play-
house is at 680 Second
Street in Chipley inside
the Historic Chipley High
School. For more infor-
mation, visit www.span-
ishtrailplayhouse.com or
e-inail spanishtrailplay-

Highus ay 79 (Next to Subway)'* Bonifay

The Washington County Sheriffs Office values
and recognizes the need for public assist nce in
tracking fugitives. The fugitives shown here are
wanted on active, outstanding Washington
County Warrants. .

If you have Information regarding the where-
abouts of a wanted person: TAKE NO ACTION
ON YOUR OWN. Report any such information to
the Sheriffs office at (850) 638-6111.

If you WIsh to remain anonymous please call our
tl S i~ne at .

Updated 10-5-2009 8:30 A.11.

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Rodney Eugene Martin
DOB 12-22-1967
SWhite Male
Height 5'08

Derrick B Thomas
DOB 09-14-1965
Black Male

Keith Edward Capps
DOB 06-28-1969 '
White Male
Height 6'02

Schedule for the Washing-
ton County Library in Chi-
1 e: Oct. 8 spiders; Oct.
15ey bats; Oct. 22 pm-
kins. AH events ,stp pta
10:30 a.m. each Thursday.
There will be no story time.
.on Oct. 29 because of fall`

Trunki or Treat in

CHIPLEY Trunk or
Treat is scheduled foi Oct.
31 fronri 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
'This. year's' events will be
held at the old Chipley.
High School track with lots
of 'door prizes,.candy, fun
arid music. Sponsored by
the Merchanits of Historic
Downtown Chipley.

Gary Lee Sauders
DOB 03-14-1952
White Male
Height 6'00

.,,, `

William Walter Woody
DOB 09-16-1966
White Male
Height 6'00

James Dwone Creamer Jr.
DOB 01-30-1980 ,
White Male
Height 6100 :

Martin Coutino
DOB 08-08-1969
White Maie
Height 5'09

Margie Holland Slater
DrOB 01-14-1962
White femal~
Height 5'O2

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'Barefoot In The Park' tickets on sale

Was hin gton County

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Jessica Marlene Granger
.DOB 12-12-1969
SWhite F~emale
sleight 5'08


Tle Great Banqluet
HIlPLEY A Thanksgiv-
ing D~ay ~dinner, for Wash-
inigton Coounty residents in
need, is planned for Thurs-
day,. Nov. 26 froni 11 a.m.
- 2 p~m. in the Wlashlirigton
County Ag Center, High-
way 90 in Chipley.
;Make reservations for
your family by calling 638-
0182. Proof of residence
may be required. The
'Christian ~Fellowship com?
mittee sponsors event. Vol-
~uhteei's are needed.

October Story Tinl9
Sat library
CHIPELY -Folldwing is
the OctoberS~t~ory Time

Willie Genie Boyett
DOB 09-08-1978
White Male
Height 5'05

Walkl[-I Welcomelr
Appointments Preferreall

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Nicole P. Balrefield, -Publisher
Jay Felsber~g, Mannagingg Editor
Came'ron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodlyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
The News is published every Wednesday and Satu~rday by
Florida Freedom Newspapers Inc., 1364 N.. Railroad| Avenue,
Foida 2oyigh b 09 iorid F eedo Ne sars Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The entire contents of the Washington
county News are fully protected by copyright and cannot be
reproduced in any form for any purpose without the expressed
permission of Florida Freedom Newspapers Inc.

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Wednesday, October 7, 2009

A4 Washington County News

shocked to find her body
was gone. After several
calls, I found out that YoYo
had been taken away by the
FDOT (Florida Departm~ent
of ll~ansportation) and
thrown away into a landfill.
I was horrified! I worked
back and forth with the DOT
and with YoYo's mom and
dad in order to resolve this
horrible tragedy
Here is an account of
what happened written by
YoYo's mom.
"We ar devastated by
the loss of our liet. But what
compounded this tragedy
was the inhumane and
inconsiderate actions taken
by the DOT While we were
out searching for her, a
stranger left a message on
our recorder toilet us Imow
what happened and where
to find her. This kind woman,
we later learned, rescues
animals all over the area.
We went to the location she
gave us, but our YoYo was
not there. We then found out
that the DOT within hours,
and without proper notice to
our family, took her remains .
to the dump!
"This action deprived our
family of giving our beloved
pet, YoYo, a proper burial
in our yard. What should a
parent ofa a 1-year-old say -
when he asks:'Where is
t'ifter we found out what
happened to YoYo we were
able to contact the DOT
driver and his supervisor
and became even more
heartbroken and appalled
by the unconscionable
behavior andl attitude of the

"This was ouwr family
pet, our baby! If this
would have happened to
you, wouldn't you want
some kindness shown?
Shouldn't the Department
of Transportation be of
service and accountable
to the taxpayers of this
community? Since we
are in fact paying their
salary, should we not
expect competence and
compassion with this job?
"In short, we should
harve received both a call
and a message from the
DOT as well as a reasonable
amount of time for us to
claim her remains! Instead,
what they did made our loss
that much more painful.
"If not for the
thoughtfulness of a stranger,
we would still be looking
and forever wondering what
had become of our beloved
fozr legged baby, YoYo. We
do not want this to happen
to anyone else. A change
of police and procedure
must be made! Please think
hard about this, it is just too
important to ignore!"
An added-note: Ijust
want everyone to Imow that
when the above owner told
the DOT supervisor she
spoke with that she was
going to the papers with
this article, his response
was: "If you do that I will
just slap a big fine on you
for letting your dog out!'
Please note, that the owner
of YoYo had out-of-town
company and thie dog got
out accidentally withoixt
anyone's Imowledge.
Terry 5fti

Native American; Native
Americans have dark skin
also. Will you have the Army
come down and remove
f us from our land because
we speak out to you and
offended by the use of your
Georgia born language such
as, "The South is racists."
M~r. Carter you walk on the
fighting side of the Native
Americans when you make
such statements; you speak
out of both sides of your
mouth. We do not judge a
man because of his color;
but by what he does and .
liow he does it. Hovrmany
who read this, will agree
with me?
Jessie Grey Wolf Mills
Chief Mid South Cherokee and
Creek Council

Please don't let
t iIS hta OH t0 yUf
fGmlly pet -
As I was driving my child
to school one morning, I -
noticed a dog lying in the
street. As I am accustomed
to doing, I stopped, pulled
the dog oil the road into
the grass and checked
her for any signs of life.
Unfortunately she was
already dead and so I lay
her broken collar across her
broken body and called the
phone number written on
her collar only to leave the
news of her death on the -
answering m~achine. YoYo .
was the name inscribed on
the collar so I prayed that
YoYo's parents would call
soon and they did. Iwas
able to meet YoYo's dad at
the place I left her, but was

PrOSident Carter's
press release
I am confident that you
have made yourself aware od
the press release by former
president Carter on Sept.
15, 2009 on Fbx News and
nationwide. Mr. Carter really
showed the attributes of a
full-blown Pol-troon when
he made kmown his belief
that the people of the South,
and some in the North were
racist. Because they do not
like the legislatiori that Mr.
Obama proposes. He said
we condemn Mr. Obama be-
cause of his skin color.
I write this letter to
inform especially those
of this county, who have
become frightened by the
Congress addl Senate in
Waashington; they work for
the people; the people voted
them into office. It seems
that the Congress is not
accountable to those w~ho
voted them into office; the
Democrats like Carter have
forgot-ten who thiey work for
and have tried to force the
wiHl of Mr. Obama upon the
people of this country.
"We~the people" and
our Constitution are
disregarded. Like members
of Congress, Mr. Carter
further divides the people
by his reinarks. Therefore,
people have become
reluctant to speak out in '
regards to our government
for fear of~retaliation
from the administration.
However, Ithave responded
to Mr. Carter, and to Fbx
Newrs in the following
S"Mr. Carter, I am a

common good freedom
is tossed aside.
Oh, there are numerous
excuses for this, yes,
but one thing is for sure.
Once the compromise is
accomplished, it is nearly
impossible to recover
the principle that is
being violated. Consider,
for example, that one
argument in favor of a
public option--- that is to
say, government provision
of health insurance paid for
'by taxpayers whether they .
choose to or not is that
Americans have already
accepted 1Medicare and
many other government ,
welfare measures, so how
can they insist on rejecting
government interference
in this case? Surely not on '
principle! So why nowwhy .
Yes, perhaps the
answer is that enough
is enough but this just
will nothwork qThe ogic

defeats it. Once you
accet tht ove0cy n

personal, private, and
social as distinct from
public problems, there
is no principled reason to
rej~ct the next step toward
further government:
encroachment. It may
cost too much but then it
is always possible to soak
the rich or somethiing, -
since no principle protects
them or anyone elise .
whose resources can
be confiscated to fund
it all-- or just borrow .
against members offu ur
generations who aren't
around to even vote!
'Republicans who -
'protest that the pubic
option is socialized
medicine have no leg to
standl on, given AMrTRAK
and the US Postal
Service anih~~undreds,
even thousands of other
measures they accept
which amount to robbing
Peter to pay Paul in our
society. That is the price of
compromise you have
lost the~ argument since
you have no principle on
which to base it.
The pragmatists say,
you need to judge things
on an individual basis but
this is basically nonsense,
like saying we should judge
rape that way:
Without principles
there is no way to jizdge, to
evaluate. All that's left is
power do you have it to
get jour way or don't you?

Freedom Newspapers

I'm driving to the office,
mug of hazelnut cream java
in hand and focusing a bit
too much on the day ahead.
I catch myrself as I approach
a stopped school bus. The
Sworktplace issues can wait.
Keep your mind on getting
there in one piece! Just as
rny head begins to slightly
nod to its own advice, I
witness an act of omlission
from another driver that
Sthankfuilly didn't end up m
.trag .
SAs I happened upon that
driver at tie next tragic
stop, my head once again
began to shake. This timhe. ~

it wasn't up and down.
Itwas side to side, and -
accompanied with, "Well; no
wonder." The driver (who
looked not a day over 16)
was tailkng awa on her
cell In my opinion, she still
hasn't noticed that mlulti-
ton-brigh~t -yellowv-lights-
Flashin~g school bus; The
traffic light changed and off
she sped, chatting away on .
that cell.
I'm not here today
to bust the chops of teen
drivers, nor am there
to nagparents. Parents
with teen's owning a new .
driver's licenses have
enough worries. But get
~'this: Thou ghJoe 'hen now
ha~shis very owndriver's .

license, parents have the
right anid the responsibility
..to continue to be yigilant.
Safety comes first, so don't
feel like a hovering nag:by
talking with your teen about
Sthe issues.
All parents warit to
believe tha.t their teens
will not drink and drive.
Unfortunately the statics ,
prove otherwise. Ask,
Yourself this: As' parent,
can I really look the other
way? Talk to your t~een a few
minutes upon arrival home.
This little chat needs to be .
up close and personail--- so
you will immediately Imow if
he's` been drinking. This isn't
being untrusting. It's being
the responsible parent.

Explain to your new-
driver that multi-taskiridg is a
good thing irl many arenai~
but driving a vehicle down
the highway isn't one of
.Finatlly, remnind them no
speeding and no tailgating
other vehicle's. Both may
`only lead to not having
enough time to react. Your
teenag~er may not likeitbu
-that's OK, now isn't it?

SBryan Greeson, a
natioanally certified school'
psychologist residing
in Gastonia, N.C., uill
answer your p~arenting
questions. E-maEiil hith,
at parentconnection@


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comments, onlline...

"The reason these
people ~keep getting
probation is because
there is money involved.
If there wasn't the would
be shipped off the first
time. As long as the
COUntyl can make money
off of probation and drug
tests for the people on
probation they will keep
handing out probation.
After the 3rd or Ath time
then they will send them
off- for fear of losing
their cushy position. The
system is just.a corrupt as
the meth ~heads "
i do knowu

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Understanding the

pnice o compronuse

111)or R. Macian
Politics is sometimes
said to be the art of
compromise and this
rings true enough,
given the messiness of
contemporary politics.
Over the centuries those
who asp~ired to rule and the
later govern others had to
contend with the fact that
many don't like to be ruled
and when it comes to being
governed, they hold that '
certain standards apply to
those who would govern.
So compromises became
the norm between the two
The most important
standard for making
progress mn governance
is to institute a legal
order that amounts to the
protection of the rights of
citizens, to secure their -
individual human rights. ~
However much matters
m yvar prwn iem t
so log as whtis tissue
oshmuman csmmreit Siee
same and this is such a
one, namely that human
beings require for their
flourishing in life to be free
of coercion. Oppression,
regimentation, forcible
maniipulation are all
enemies of humanity,
even wen many people
fail to aclmowledge this -
Sand placidly submit. In
persohial relations, too,
people often refuse to
assert themselves but
this doesn't make their
subservience good thing ~
for them!) .
The principles of
human liberty, however
universally valid for all
individuals, are always
under threat fi-om
people who would rather
subdue others than deal
with them on inutually
agreed to terms. This is
Evident today in nearly
Small the controversies that
domiinate~ public affairs.
TPake-that horrible war
~ 1on drugs.Hereis a cause
that is mostly pushed by
conservatives and it is a :
clear compromise of the
principle of individual
liberty. Or iake such by
no~w complied to policies
as social security and .
Medicare. For the sake
of some people running
somre other people's lives
to secure them certain
apparent benefits --often
promoted under the
banner of the public or

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lap. Her grandfather is Harry Thomas (Tommy) Brock; her great-grandfather is C~harles Brock; and
her great-great grandmother is Effie Lee Brock.

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For those of you
who may not know,
Hester and I quietly
clbaed eur 5tahry
on Sunday, Oct. 4. Yes,
it was Saturday, Oct.
4, 1952, when the two
of us, accompanied by
Hester's sister, Martiel
Lucas and rthy college
friend, Randall Roberts,
made a prearranged
trip to Cottonwood, Ala.
ahd were married in the
liome of Reverend E. E.
Henry, a former pastor
in Holmes Coun~ty for
Hester, and her family.~ .
Our children
hosted a 50th wedding
anniversary celebration
!ii(')0oi hond~~ring oui
long tenure of marriage.
That historic and well
attended evant is still
fresh in oxi:inemory
and a mlisch talked about
happening in our lives.
.Ohe of Hester's
greatest pleasures is her
continued involvement
as a third year student
in the Washington-i
Holmes Vocational
Center. She is enrolled ini
the sewing class under
the able leadership of
gG rldine Me 11lough
regad assa true friend
instructor in sewing.
Mention has been made
previously of Hester's
accomplishmentst in quilt
making since becoming a
student in the art.
The social
contact with new
friends made at
the school has
proven important
to her also. I hear
the names of .
fellow students ,
after almost PEI
every Wednesday PR,
session of her day Penr

SdBMITTED~ PHOTO | Special to the WCN~
Brenda Taylor shown with Kayne Taylo, the Bonifay niati~ie described in this

beautiful mountain
ranIge' of ~e nt u cky or the
Dollyw~ood Theme Park `
Ssituated in the Gre~at
Smroky Mountains of
Tennessee. Remember,
we wrere employed
t`liere in the ~
summer of 1997.

the "Destin Girls"
has reported to r
Hest~er of the
RitY'S coincidental -
ATTLE' meetirig of a local
:y Wells person while she

Blue pearly waters piled
upop uvhite' silver sarid,"
(song front~ the early
1950sl giving the area the
name of The Worlds Most
Beautiful Beaches."
The you ng, nia n
immediately reported
being from 1Bonifay a~nd
travring visited the Destin
Beaches mnany times. His
name is Kayne Tayrlor, ~
son of Ronald and Sandr~a
Taylor. He visited his
sister'and brother-in-l'aw,
Krista~ andi Harry Hansen
in: Crete and'fell in love

,church ~
Taylor a
family re
have rec
their kin
sonie ba
Durl Od
~Wells, th-
The pas
my neph
Judge K
and his

which is richly
in area heritage.
O'dom and Ron
.ttend the samie
union and they
cently developed
Ship by doing
~sic family `
gy .research.
om is personally
ted with Esteena
re wife of~my late
Clyde B.Wells.
tor also knows
lew, Circuit
;elvin Clyde Wells
wife, Amy and
ung daughter,
er and I were
id to be in the
ere my brother,
s still highly
ed and well`
,ered even though
h occurred Feb.
Esteena attended
ur Walton County
Sdid not meet
of the magnitude
da and Barry
't's chance
Sof the young
person, Kayne
on their recent
Such incidentS
re old adage
ften that "it's a
orld we live in"
reassuring to
hers regard
rilege highly as
y and Hester
,ou all next week.

in class. and husband, with the area. He is the their yol
One groxip of ladies retired U. S.' assistant manager of the ,Reagan.
comes to the school from Army Lieutenant Colonel restaurant and has been~ Hest~
Destin. Hester simply Barryr Lambert, were on there for 18 months with delighte
refers to them as the overseas travel. no plans to retitr to area wh
"girls from Destin." That It was a beautiful the "states" in the near Clyde, ir
party has now narroiied sunny Mediterranean future. Kayne says ~hi' respect
to Brenda and Kay. She afternoon while the to everyone in Bonifaly. rememb
also has Linda and Gwen vacationing couple were Harry Hansen is a Navy his deat
from Geneva, Ala. and on the Island of Crete. Chaplin and a Lieutenant 2, 1990. i
Bonnie from Compass The jLamberts stopped at 'Coinmander, the cone
Lake. Marle~he Brock is the U. S. Navy Air Station Our Oct. 4 anniversary On o~
a member of the class located at Souda Bay to celebration took us on visit, we
and is responsible for visit the Navy Exchange. a relatively short trip any one
enlisting Hester in the Upon entering the to the Sunday evening of Brene
school. NMavy's, "Graffiti's"' service at the historic Lamber
Down through the restaurant for coffee, Red Bay Presbyterian meeting
years Hester and I they struck up a .Church, where Durl~ B~onifay
have enjoyed the same conversation with a Odom is pastor. We Taylor, (
interest in orir limited young American working were especially invited travels.
travels and the fact at the coffee bar. The because of our newfound prove th
that we felt sure we topic of the beauty kinsman, Ron Taylor of heard o~
would meet up with of the beaches there 'Red Level, Ala., being small wt
someone we knew brought up the subject on the program. He was and it is
should wve find ourselves that- the visitors were accompanied by his. learn ot
at Opryland in the from the Emerald Coast wife, Mavis. Ron sang this pri~
Music City of Nashville, of Northwest Florida approximately thirty do Perr
the Berea Bluegrass where the Gulf of Mexico minutes of well known. Wells.
Festival located in the delivers daily the deep gospel music in the See y

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VERNON Vernon Elementary ..,
School students in Bettie Smith's
fourth grade social studies classes
made a natural regions map of
Florida with clay. It depicts the
lowlands, highlands and wetlands
of Florida in different colors.
Labels for each region are written
aond dentife r thn bck eaanrnr
identified with labels. ed ; "
The landmarks above sea level are
represented with raised clay.

Local man faces sex charges in Alachua

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Sat. & Sun., Nov. 21-22, 2009

Washington County Agricultural Cediter
SChipley, Florida

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Some residents in Jack-
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received letter from BMA
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in 2008 arid reported
the incident to a liam-
ily member on MVay
12, 2009, when the mn-
vestigation began.

also under court or-Baknh i
der to have no con-
BLANKNOHIPtact with the alleged
BLAKENHIPor any unsupervised
contact with any mi-

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY -A local man has
been arrested on sex charg-
es on a warrant issued by
the Alachua Police depart-
ment. David Keith Blankten-
ship, 53, was arrested Tues-
Sday by Washington County
, deputies. .
The office of the Eighth
Circuiit state Attorney's Of-
fice representing Alachua
County reports that Blan-
kenship is. charged with

felony first degree
lewd and lascivi-
ous molestation on
a child under age
12. His bond was
originally requested
at $100,000 but was
reduced to $5,000 by
Judge Thoinas Ja-
worski, according to
the .State Attorney's

According to Detective
Carrie Lund of the Alachua
Police D'epartmrent a nine-
year-old girl alleged that
Blankenship molested her

Blankenship br~as a pho-
.tographer in the Chipley
area and for a period of time
submitted: photos to the
Washington County News.

Bged to ride for eight sec-
onds Saturday night.
Thursday, brought a
large crowd of children who
received a free ticket with
a playing adult..Local busi-
~nesses and organizations
provided sponsorship, par-
ticularly for events and the
two annual parades, as well
as boofs at the rodeo.
.The parades on Fridcay:
and Saturday afternoons
drew very large numbers of
spectators along Waukesha
Street and both had over 100
entries ~froth wagon tramns,
to floats, to four-wheelers to
dozens ohlebac~k riders

"~TheyT ra iy wonderfully "
said organizer Katrina Car-
roll. "They ran smoothly
with no problems. Also,
there was no rain."

been up when the economy
is downl, according to Stress-
man. "We've had a contin-
ued growth pattern for ~the
last 20 years; but this year
it's phenomenal growth,"
Stressman said. People are
staying closer to home and
`enjoying the combination of
action and entertainment at
mordern r~odeos. he said. ,
The action in ~onifaywas
traditional bull, riding,
:calf and steer roping, bar-
rel~ racing and brone bust-
ing. Clowns and trick roping
w~ere popular attractions as
wrell, if crowd response was
cnidiadion. The only oe

poijixted were' the cowboys
that were strapped on to
.the powerful Brahma bulls
provided :by Klein Bros. of
Louisiana. Nobody man-

rodeo since l975.
Indeed, with gas prices
down and rodeo~attendance
up. nationwide according
to the Associated Press,
the crowds have been back
in Boniifay for the last two
years. After bad weather
crippled the rodep in 2007,
things have been back to
normal for Bonifayr's big-
gest event of theyjear. Arid
Bonifay' isn't alone among
rodeos chjoying good' for-
The Bonifayr rodeo is part
Of the Professional Rodeo
Cowboys Assodiation cir-

me PRA C m ssisum-
Karl Stressman expressedd
his pleasure at the two-year
surge usnad~tornd~de aten-
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Anita Bryce, aka Curly Grandma, talks to Linda Norton about her plans to hold workshops. Bryce was guest
speaker at the Oct. 1. meeting of Friends.

FOL hosts 'Curly Grandma'

Special to the Washington
County News

CHIPLEY Some nick-

m make it elim oS ien

Anyo de wouInew 1 oa
Grndea was tobeC te
guest speaker for Thurs-
day's meeting of Friends
of the Library would have
been able to pick her out; of
tim crou Slhie dedn'He lo
Grandmother but her hair
Sis very curly.
Curly G adma ak a
Anita Bryce, was scaol o
teacher, and had two chil-
dren; and seven grandchil
dren witthu ho hshe ha '

ing letters decorated with
drawings and stamp pad
art. #he has krept copies of
the letters and eventually
turned them into a book. '
"As.time progressed, I
foilmd I could 1811 my' li'e
story in these letters',"` ex-
plained Bryce. "So they be-
came a collection that was
a ty~pe~ of autobiography."
At some point, .while
writing- her ~book, "Curly .
Grandma's Letters,"
Bryce decided she'd like to
help others start their own
autobiography. 'She has
plans to hold workshops to
help people learn how to
tell their life story through

letters. These workshops
will show people how to
get started and, give tips
on how to make the colr-
~rspnenad painsu ces,

important to have such a
Anita' suggested inte~r-
estedl grannies write about
anything and everything.
To begmn, all that is needed
is typical school supplies
-crayons, pencils and
paper. 'Just remember,
Bh led rdded youra let
She said it's okay not
to mail a letter right away.
She didn't always' and still
has some waiting to be
mailed. "You can holda it
reti ihnext daht so yhoau
will let you make sure it's
not offensive in any w~ayr of
grammatically sinful," she
.said. ,
Bryce is marr-ied to Ver-
non native, James Russ.
They have lived Vernon for
the past five years and are
"extremely happy." Read-
ers can visit her and order
a copy of the book at wwvw.
curlyrgrandmna.com. '
FOL President Kalthy
Foster conducted the
Thursday meeting and
several officers gave their
reports. It was noted that
Brett and Pam Butler have
paid dues and are patrons
of Friends. Others paying

dues recently or joining as
newv members are Marlene
Ray, Audrey and Robert
McCain and Roger and Wi-
nona VanLandingham.
Friends of the :Library
meet the ~first Thursday of
each month at Blue Lake
Community Center in Chi-
ple~.- A catered lunch is
served for $8.50 per per

son. Those who wish to at-
tend ~the meeting without
lunch~ are welcome, how-
ever, lunch reservations
~must e made by noon
on the Mlonday before the
Notices with names of
the speakers and other
information are printed in
the local newspaper.

Glenn P
Boutwell, t
RN Vice
President .


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heifers and heifer calves $1--2 lower;

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deorOt~ing Contest
CHIPLEY Washington
County Library will hold
its fifth annual Pump-
kin Decoration Contest
Oct. 19 23. This year's
theme is "'Favorite Book
Character." No carving or
punctures will be allowed.
Pumpkins can be decorat-
ed with all kinds of items
including paint, markers,
crayons, glue on eyes and
hair, etc.
SStop, by any library

branch to pick up. a copy of
contest rules and an entry
form. Decorated pump-
kins may be dropped on at
the Chiipley Library start-
ing.oet. o.

Depression Recovery
Progrom~ clcible
sion Recovery program is
being offered at the Boni-
fay Seventh Day Adventist
Church on Olct. 19 starting
at 7 p.m. The program will
cover how to identify de-
pression and its causes
and different ways to t reat
The church address
is, 604 Mathushek Street,

across from the IGA Store
in Bonifay. For more in-
formation call Pastor Jeff
Westberg at 850-982-1852.

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Hammond's Place start-
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information, contact Etta
Carter at 850- 476-3962 or
byv e-mail attecarter@ya-
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Wednesday, October 7, 2009 w ww. chiple ypaper .com Pag~e 9

Chlicley wins its first of the season


.ROSpite best attempts, Holmes falls to South Walton Fniday night

showing by the offense. That
made first-year Coach Rob
Armstrong a happy man.
"The defense has played
ivell all year and has kept
us in all the games," Arm-
strong said Mlonday as the
Tigers began preparing for
the district opener against
Walton Friday night at Phil-
lip Rountree Stadium. "A
couple of scores were set
up by a short field caused by
Interceptions gave the Ti-

gers two possessions in the
Hornets' half of the field that
led to scores in the first half,
while the kickoff return that
opened the second half gave
the Tigers the ball inside the
Cottondale 20-yard line.
"We'vre got to capital-
ize on these sort of things,"
Armstrong said.
And they did. Shonquille
Swain~ led off the scoring
with an 8i-yard touchdown
run earlyin the second qu~ar-
ter, with Jared Bozarth's

kick making it 7-0 Chipley.
Later in the quarter quar-
terback Josh Myers hit tight
end Josh Smith for another
score, with Bozarth's ~kick
making it 14-0 at the half.
Johrlny Watford finished
off the opening drive of the
second half with~ a -2-yard
touchdown run.
Armstrong said that
quarterback Mlyers is com-
ing along, "even though we
have thrown a lot at him
since mid-July." He said that

Myers, knowss what we are
looking for and knows what
we expect" as he gains expe-
The defense planned to
stop the Hornets' running
attack, Armstrong said. "We
wanted to make them throw
it, and rush the passer little
bit better. That gave us more
focus on pass coverage."
Walton lost to FAMU Fri-
day night on the last play of
the game, and lost to Mari-
anna' in overtime the week

before, so the Braves will
be here to play, Armstrong
said. He hopes his improv-
ing team can rise to the oc-
"They're coming in here
and we will try and build
on last Friday," Armstrong
said, "to play good defense
and take advantage of op-
Cottondale ;hosts Jef-
ferson County (2-3), a 54-0
winner over Bronson Friday

Managng Editor
drought is over as the Chi-
pley Tigers (1-3) took their
first victory since 2007 Fri-
day night. The Tigers went
on the road and beat the Cot-
tondale Hornets (0-4) 28-0.
It was another sound
performance by the Chipley
defense, and this time it
was coupled with a strong

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Freeport Quarterback%ole Weeks brings his team to th~ [ine,

Vernon loses Homecoming to: Freep~i ~5-21

WMe Im~ew coming in that they`
were a4 good team," Rogers said.
attempt bt suils oead frtd o
one-yard runi by Cody Bender, with
a two-point conversion making it 8
0 with, 3:40 left in the first quarter. ~
Vernon countered on the very
next play ~from; scrimzIilage with
a 63-yard touchdown pass from
Dylan Lee to Markeith Bell, with
Cody Small's kick making it 8-7
Freeport with 3:27 left in the first
Freeport took advantage of a


Managing Editor
VERNON Freeport (3-1) spoiled Ver-
non's Homecoming with a 35-21 victory in
While it wasn't a wiiin, Viernon (2-2)
Coach Russ Rogers was happier with Fri-
day night's game than he was with the de-
feat to Holmes County the week before.
'We played a lot better than we; did last
week,~" Rogers said. "We had a good prace
The Yellow J~ackiets started tough but
were ou~tmatched by a talented, veteran
Bulldog team.

Tina Harbuck
Florida Freedom Newspaperg
Waltoli got the better of an ex-
change of fumbles for a 37-27
victory over Holmes County on
:Friday in District 1-A action.
After taking the ball 45 yaids
down inside the Holmes Coun-
ty 5-yard line, the Seahalvks
coughed up the ball on th~e 2.
On the Blue Devils' first play,
the Seahawks (5-0, 4-0) stuffed
the quarterback and forced a
fumble in the end zone with Zack
Parker coming up with the go-
'ahead touchdownand a 30-27

Seahawk lead.
With less thian three minutes
to play, Holm~es .Countyr (1-3, 1-
) 2) got the ball again, but.Bryant
Adams and Jonathan Duncan
made big stops for a loss for the
Seahawks. .
South Walton tried to run the
clock out but stBl had to -punt
with 30 seconds left.
With the ball on their own
9-yard line, Hohnes County's
Jomar Concepcion threw an in-
terception to South Walton's An-
drew Priest, who ran it back 35
yards for the score.
Holmes hiad the ball ~once
more with' 13 seconds remain-

ing, but Priest picked off one fi-
nal pass.
The Seahawks led the first
three quarters and scored first
on a 5i-yaird run by Jay Gatto,
who finished with, 44 yards on
the ground.
In the second quarter, South
Walton struck again as Dennis
Smith threw to Benny Spencer
for an 18-yard touchdowns. Smith
completed 11 of 19 passes for 171
Holmes County answered
with a 32-yard touchdown pass
~from Concepcion~to Ethan Russ.
Before the half, South Wal-
ton's Chris Shock scored on a

7-yard run and the Blue Devils
kicked a 27-yard field goal for a
21-10 score at the break. Shock
rushed 14.times for 95 yards.
Holmes. County scored in the
third on a 25-yard pass play from
Concepcion to Darus Steverson
for a 21-17 game.
The Blue Devils closed the
gap with a 37-yard field goal by
Camreron Bailey at the start of
the fourth.
South Walton answered with
a 32-yaird field goal by O'Hara.
Holmes County took its only
lead of the game on an 80-yard
kickoff return by Concepeion
with 6:331eft to play. .

out of the locker room with super
intensity, which rubbed off n the
whole team.
Blane scored 10 points, had one
rebound and four assists; J. Belser
had four rebounds and one assist;
A.Yates scored eight points, had
one assist and one rebound; H.
H-owell scored 10 points, had seven
rebounds and one assist; L. Concep-
cion, two ~points with one rebound
and two assists; D. Miles scored
four points and had one assist; C.
Knowell scored two points and had
two rebounds; J. Taylor scored two

BMS vs Marsonna
A Team (11-0) 35 Marianna 18
C. Blane scored 10 points, three
rebounds and three assists; H.
Howell, 15 points, seven rebounds;
A Yates, three points, one rebound
and three assists; J. Belser, two
points, four rebounds and three as.
sists; L. Concepcion, four points and
one assist; D. Miles three points,
two rebounds and one assist; J.
Taylor, four points, two rebounds,
one assist; C. Syfrett, six points five
rebounds and one assist.

In B Team action it was Roulhac Middle School

12, Bonifay Middle School 6. |B Team -BMS 44 Grand Ridge. B Team (9-0) 47 |
I16 Marianna 15. I



Bloun tstomn


G toceville 14-3

Florida Freedom Newspapers

GRACEVILLE An early[ score of-
ten is a precursor to a shootout.
Not on Friday night.
After' Blountstown's Paul M~os-
ley executed a perfect scoop-and-
score on a Graceville fumble in
the first two minutes, eight sec-
onds of Blountstawn's 14-3 win
-over Graceville both teams ate up

.But they didn't spit out many
sho it hoesty u teatm d
first half," Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said. "We weren't
:The game lasted,almost exactly
2 hours because of 316 coinbined
rsi yars; an j evendtota
the only points of the first half,
scoring came at premium.
Blountstown's Darren Huff led
all players with 69 rushing yards
on 14 carries. Graceyille's Leron
Hoover nearly matched Huff with
63 yards on 13 carries. Graceville's
grotind attack was more than just
Hoover, as it out-rushed Blount-
stown (4-0) 182 to 96. Graceville-'s
Jeremy Wat~ford added 47 yai'ds
and quarterback Jacky M~iles 37.
Miles was chas~ed from the
pocket- on the garne's fifth play and
hit before he could unload the foot-
ball.' Mosley returned 28 yards to
give Blountstown a 7-0 lead.
Blountstown's defensive line
played in the shadows of Gracev-
ille's larger offensive front, Blount-
stown coach Greg Jordan said, so
scoring early relieved some of the
pressure for Blountstown's of-
"We knew Graceville was a very
physical team," Jordan said. "That
was a tough, physical game."
Neither team could capitalize
for the remainder of the first half.
There were three failed fourth-
down attempts and two Jiunts.
Blountstown could have added to
its lead midwayy through the first
quarter, but a fumbled snap to
SquarterbaFk Charles Buggs Jr. on
Graceville s 7 was recovered by
the home Tigers.
Graceville` .(1-3) needed a
'boost coming out of halftime and
Ssqluibbed the kickoff,off the chest
of. an unsuspecting Blountstown
player, Gi-aceville recovering on
Blountstown's 48. .The ensuing
drive' peaked with a 36-yard field
goal by Jay Parent, cutting its defi-
cit to 7-3:
"We had a good game plan,"'
Wertenberger said. "We just came
out flat. Sometimes that hap-
Blountstown's next possession
consisted of 10 consecutive run-
ning plays, capped by a' 1-yard
quarterback keeper by Buggs.
"They were so much bigger
than us," a relieved Jordan said.
"We couldn't block them, Their
players up front were bigger than
any team in our district."
Blountstown 7 0 7 0 -- 14
Graceville 0 030 3
SFirst quarter
BHS: Mosley 28 fumble return
S(Gar'rett kick), 9:52.
Third quarter
GHS: FG Parent 36, 7:34
BHS: Buggs 1 run (Garrett
kick), 2:20

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LOci Del U8ISWIpe out tne competition
BEM VS Grand Ridg0 Coach Mliller said that the B
Team played excellent defense that
A Team BMS 42 Grrand Ridge resulted in many fast break points.
11 C. Pou scored 12 points; K. Works,
Te 'aC 1 Mdle w rd tht atte A eight o ns; A.Choambers, 4;n H
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Al 0 | washin ton coun s

people attending the Wash-
ington County Chamber
of Commerce's November
Third Thursday meeting on
Nov. 19 at 7:30 a.m. at Pa-
tillo's on the campus of the
Washington-Holmes Techni-
cal Center,
Winners will be an-
nounced at the Washington
County Outdoor .Expo on
Nov. 21 at the Washington

County Ag Center where all
photos entered into the con-
test will be on display. '
Entry deadline is Nov.
2 at 5 p.m. Entries may be
dropped off at the Washing-
ton County Chamber of Com-
merce office located at 672
Fifth St. in Chipley or mailed
to PO. Boxr 457, Chmipley, FL
32428. Entries should be in
an envelope marked "Out-

door Expo Shoot Out," age
group and category. A com-
plete list of rules and entry
forms may be picked up
at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce of-
fice from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday. For
more information, please
call Candace Croft at 263-
3231 or e-mail ceroft@west

fr~om all contest entridls. First
Place Over-all will receive a
cash prize of $75; Second
Place Over-all will receive a
cash prize of $50 and Third
Place Over-all will receive
$25. First place winners will
be chosen in each category
and awarded a prize to be
determined at a later date. A
"Best in Show" prize will be
determined by a vote of the

A photography contest
will be held in conjunction
with the Washington County
Outdoor Expo taking place
Nov. 21-22, 2009 at the Wash-
ington County Ag Center.
'All contest entrants must
be students in -Washington
County public, private or
home schooled and age sev-
en to eighteen.
There are two age groups

.to choose from: 7-12 and 13-18
and five categories: Wildlife,
Nature/Landscapes, Out-
door Activities/Recreation/
People Enjoying the Out-
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bad~ hike on a punt and a
squib kick to take over on
their own 39-yard line. On
the sixth play of the drive
Cole Weeks' fade pass to
Nick Ellinlgtonn went for 27
yards and a score to make it
14-7 Freeport with 8:47 -left
in the first half.
Freeport Started their
next drive on their own 15,
and 1.0 plays later We'eks hit
Ellington with anotheI' fade
for a 21-y~ard touchdown
pass to make it 21-7 with the
point after.
Vernon wasted little time

responding, as Shaquelle
Powell's 47-yard run set up
a one-yard run by Dylan
Lee for a score with 1:36.
left in the half. Small's kick
made it 21-14.
The Bulldogs stopped
Vernon in a fourth down at
the Jackets' 46 put togeth-
er a 14-play scoring drive.
Weeks hit Caleb M/cCormick
vhith a nine-yard touchdown
pass to make it 28-14.
Freeport took over on
downs at their own 39 and
sealed the win when Cody
Binder dashed 63 yards up

the.middle to give the Bul
dogs a 35-14 lead with 9:38
left in the game.
Vernon's. J.J. Roche fin-
ished scoring with 42-yard
run on the next play frpm
Rogers -saw progress
from the week before, but
realizes his tearn~ has a
'ways to go.
"We're getting to where
we want to be, but Freeport
is just a better team," he
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Jared Jenkins and volunteers held the second annual Rodeo Round-uip Revival in Bonifay at
Memorial Field Wednesday night.

sold our old ilfe in preparations for the new
one w~e havle in Christ," Jenkin~s said. "And
that's what these children here tonight hale
done and now they come before y~ou to pro-
fess their faith and begin their new life as
Christians." .
He explained that once you've sold some
thing it was no longer yours to go back to,
''"and that's w~hat you shoulld do with the old
parts of your lives and be sold out for Jesus."
He then presented awards to~thie "most
improved cowboy and cowgijrl"' of the round-
up, Cody Hinote of Chipley and :Brittney Wil-
Eiams of Graceville.
T he riessage was ~a call to "'take ,up your
bed and walk."' -
Jenkins started by~ reading Johnl 5:1 8.
wrhich set the scene of a pool of water that ~
was used to heal the sick. lame an~d wounded
on certain occasions when the waters were
stirred byl angels.
It went on to tell about a par~alzed man
wh~lo w'as iving by' the pool for 38 years, wait-
ing for his turn to be healed.
"This man had beenl litifig thei~e for 38
years. which meant someone had to tak~e care
of him." Jenklins said. '-And Jesus came upon
himt and asked 'do you wanut to get wrell?' What

a question to ask."
He explained that the question was neces-
san: because if that mlan w~ere to be healed
he would have to get up and get to whork.
"Don't you think it would be tempting to be
taken care of for the rest of your life," he said.
'A4nd that's how it is in our life in~ sin; some-
times it's so much easier not to w;ork on get-
ting your life together."
He gave his testimony of his life: in drugs
and despair and his call to "take up his bed
and walk."
"Ilt's not going to be an easy road, but the
Bible saysp that wide and broad is the road that
leads to dest ruction, and many enter t through
it, but small is the gate and narrow the road
that leads to Life, and only a few~ find it." he
said. "Be one of those few who finds that road
that leads to Life."
The evening was wrapped up with a show~
of the participants' new skills in barrel racing.
beginner horsemanship. bull riding and calf'
For more information on Cowboy Church
contact Jarrod Jenkins at 863-634-951;.
For video and photos, go to was~boni-
faynowrrcom or chipleypaper.com under re-
cent lideos-and photo galleries.

BONIFAY This year's Rodeo Round-up
SRevival came to a close Wednesday night as
friends and famih came to witness the prog-
4-ess made by~ those 55 children that partici-
pated in the three days of learning the ropes,
ofrodeo and Jesus Christ.
"This isn't your conventional church-type
setting, because I: doubt. the church you're
used to has calf-roping and buill riding." said
pastor olthe Cowboy Church J~errod Jenkns.
".But Jesus sa~s..'rwhere :two or more gather
in IVSy namne, there am~I- with them,' and we
ar.e here to w~orshiip Him." : -
He said that Jesuls wasn't~ conven~tional
"Like wvhen he put mnud on the blind mnlus
:eyes to make himt see.'" he said. "He wanted
to make y'ou think outside the box and outside
Sthe conventional realm of'reasoning." ;
The evening started with praise an~d wor;
ship with a local Christianl band called ":Con-
sumed." i
After the praise and w~orshipl Jenkns bap-
Stized eight children, one of which w~as saved
during the r'evivl.
--Our motto this ~o~und-up w~as 'Sold the
Old and Do the Ne\u:' which means we have

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Pulling for
Education Tractor
Show coming soon
VERNON -The Wash -
ington County Schol-
arshipj Trust w~ill
be sponsoring
its Eighth An-
nual Pulling
for Educa-
totion Tra'c-s~~I

and Pull on '
Saturday, Oct. 10.
The event will have a
antique tilactor pull that
will be last~ali day along
with garden tractors.
Many demonstrations
wiill be` onsite, such as
blacksmithing, grind-
ing cornmeal. running
.stationary engines and
soap making. This is
an event for the entire
family. ~Food vendors
will be serving up all
kinds of great food. as
well as merchandise
vendors, with various
wares for sale.
Any vendors wrish-
ing to participate in the
show contact Deborah
Metz Andrews at 638-
4606. For additional in-
formati~on, contact Rob-
ert Davi s at 638-4017..

'Legends in the Fall
(HIPLEY -- Legen~ds;
in the Fall Festival is
planned: for Oct. '10.
from 5-10 p.rit in Fall-;
ing Waters Pai~k, three'~
miles south of Chipley
off Hwy. 17.. Talke along
your lawn chair to enjoy
stories, music, and leg-
ends of the liast.
Enteraine~rs include:.
The Grace N~otes, Wi-
nona VanLandiighaml.
Sho Nuf" Roxie, lorida
Publicly .4 ch8;eology
Networkk~ ,1Vfax Wells,
Gator Browrn.Ernest.
Toole, -Debra Bush and
much more.
For more inforina
tion visit www.Wash-

Cellebrationi o~f ArtS
Paniama ~City Artists
(PC~A) and FSU Pan-
ama Cityr Carppus for
a Celebration of ArtLs,
Saturday, Oct. 17;' fron
10~ a.m.3 p.m .
*Whetihpr you sketch
'dabble` in watercolors
:sing, or play music -
~ ,enjoy' a relative day in
the ~pairk.
,To help Celebrate
the Arts, FSU has ar-
ranged live stage per-
formarices all day. All
com-munity groups
are welcome. Contact
Panama Citjr Artists for
niore information: 850-
769-0608 or info@pan-

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Gill, Loadholtz~engaged
Benny and Peggy GEil of Westville announce the engagement of their son, Bret to
Dana Loadholtz, daughter of Raymond and Ann Loadholtz of Glen St. Mary.
Dana is the granddaughter of Mertie Maeloaidholtz and the late Rosco
Loadhoiltz and Venita Kerce and the late Lester R Kerce all of Glen St. Mary. Dana
is~ a registered nurse employed at Lake Butler Ho'spital, in Lake Butler.
Bret is the grandson of Zula Gill and the late James C. Gill of Montgomery,
Ala. and Opal Padgett and the late Charles Q. Padgett of Westville. He is a law
enforcement officer with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in
Unibn County.
The wedding ceremony is planned for Oct. 10 in To~wnsend, Tenn. A reception
.Jvill be he~ld in their honor on Oct. 16, at 7-p.m. at'leonia Baptist Church in Westville.

Taylor Benton won queen at the pre- '
teen level in the Western Star Pageant
on Set. 26. She also won IMiss Photoge-
nic, Best Western Dress and Prettiest
Eyes. Her parents are Laura and John
Benton. Her dad is serving overseas in Dellany DanielS
Afghanistan for a year.
Her grandparents are Liddie and Dellany Daniels, daughter of James
Chuck Aronhalt of Bonifay and Phyllis and Summer Daniels won the title ~of
and Terry Tice of Dothan, Ala. Tiny Mliss Western Star.

Olivia Reeves turns four
SOlivia Marguerite Renee ReevGes
turned four years old on August
17 with an African Safari themed
party. She is the daughter of SSgt
Allan Reeves (USAF) and Dyan
(How~ells Reeves, of M~ountain ~
Home, Idaho. Her grandparents
are John and Deborah Hoilvell
of Robinson, Texas, Rodney and
Elainie Wil~son of Shialimar. She is
the great-granddaughter of Addis
and Sarah Howell of Bonifay. Her
sisterAldidisn "Addy" and her good
-friends Conne'rDavi's.Elianna, and
MVaggie were among the guests.

MARIANNA --Registration'for F'allTerm
C at Chipola College is Oct. 15. Classes
begin Oct.16 arid run through Dec: 16.
College officials added the C term to
the Fall semester of classes to give stu-
dents anoth~et opportunity :to :enroll. Thie
six weeks terin is open to new students
and to those currently enrolled.
The following courses will he
offered: American History to,' 1865,
.(AMH 2010), 3 hours, online; Introduc-
tion to Biological Science (BSC 10057,
3 hours, 12-1:50 p.m., Monday, ITuesday,
and Thursdajr; Microcompu~ter Applica-
tions for Business and Economics (CGS
1100), 3 hours, ~partially online; Human
Grd'wth and:D~evelopment, (DEP 2004),
3 hours, online; Communications Skills
I, (ENC 1101), 4 hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.,

Friiday; Introduction to International
Business (GEB 3356), 3 hours, online;
Business Internship GEB 3940), TBA;
Humnanities with Writing (HU1VI 2216),
4 hours credit, online; College Algebra
(MAC 1105),j 3 hours, 5:30-8:30p.m., M~on-
day and Thursday; Math for Liberal ~Arts
II (MGF 1107), 3 hours, 12-1:50 p.m., Mon~
day, Txesday, and Thursday; Business-
Statistics (QMB ~2100), 3 hours, 4-5:50
p.nt., Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
Advanced Readinig (REA 1205);,2 hours,
12-1:50 p.m.,, Monday and Wednesday;
Orientation (SLS 1101), Thour, 6-9 p.m.,
Wednesday,` and'Intermeiliate Spanish I
S(SPN 2220),` 4 hours, 2-3:50 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday, ~Wednesday, and Thursday.
For more information, call 850-718-
2311, or visit www.chipola~edu.



Daiden PaIul Hardy
Daiden Paul Hardy turned two-on
Sept. 11. He celebrated with family
and friends with a barnyard them~ed
party on Sept. 12. He is the son of
Ashley and Joe Hardy Jr. of Bonifay.
His grandparents are Dianne and
.Joe Hardy Sr. and Sheila and Eddie
Paiul, all of Bonifay
Daiden is the great-gran~dson of
Thelma Garrett, the late' Jim Garr~et
and the late Kristine and W.O. (Bill)
Hardy, Peggy and Odell Paul and
M1Vyrel Frame and the late John
.Frame, all of Bonif~ay.~

Bill and Brenda Butler celebrate 50th anniversary
Friends and ~family
will gather Saturday
Oct. 10 in Jacksonville .
to celebrate D~r. and
Mrs. Butler's golden
wedding anniversary.
Bill and Brenda are
the grandparents of
Zackary, Nickolas,
and Kimberly Butler,
the children of Brett
I ' and Pamela Butler of
Bil Butler is the
nephew of the late~
.;-# Alma and Valery
St.. <.* Butler.

Jones, Free wedding
Chuck Jones of DeFtmiak
;Springs and Cindi A~nderson
Sof Kinston, Ala. announce the `
upcoming marriage of their
Daughter. Terra Nicole, Jones
to Jeretty\ Ed wa rd Free, son ':
'of Johnny and Tammy Fred of
Ponce De Leon,
SThe ceremony will take
Place at 5 p.m. on Saturday,
Oct. 10, 21009 at the Quai
Ridge Hunting Lodge, 2470'
Highway 81 North, Ponce de
SA reception will
immediately follow the
ceremony. All friends and
f miy are invited to attend.

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The descendants
of Franklin Posey and
Callie Viola (Prescott)
K~irkland will hold a
family reunion on
Sunday, Oct. I8 .
at the New Hope
Florida EMS/Fire
De artment. Dinner
will be served at
approximately 12:30
p.m. Take a well-filled
basket to share. F~or
more information call
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Chipola College Theater'
B is in full rehearsal fo/
the upcoming, "Musical ,
Comedy Murders of 1940.
Performances of the show
are set for Nov. 5-9. The
a~~ comic~romp po es oun at te
more ridiculous aspects of
~ "show biz" and the corny
thrillers of Hollywood's
i-heyday, Pictured from left,
Kristina Lopez, Kayla Todd,
t' Piper Williams, Brenna
~d Kneiss and Sarah Lovins.
For information, call Theatre
director Charles Sirmon at
850-718-2227, or e-mail


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activities for kids, displays, demon-
strations, games and more.' Spon-
siored by all area fire departments'
Gulf Coast Commumity College, Bay
Medical Center EMS, Florida Di-
vision, of Fortestry, and the Flor~ida
State 'Fire MVarshiall's office.
For more information about this
educational fun event for the family,
contact Sherrie Lock, Coordinator
for Health and Environmental Edu-
cation at GCCC, at 850-769-1551, Ext.
3819. If you would like to find out
more about Fire Preve~ntion Week
2009, please visit the Web site at

PANAMA GITY In honor of Fire
Prevention Week, area firefighters,
emergency medical staff, and first
responders will host the second an-
m~ial Fire Prevention Fest at Gulf
Coast Community College Satur-
day, Oct. 10, from 10 a.m --2 p.m. The
event is free and open to the public.
This year's fire prevention week
is themed "Stay Fire Smart! Don't
Get Burned" and focuses on burn
awareness and prevention, as well
as keeping homes safe ~from the
leading causes of home fires.
A special ceremony at 10 a.m.
will open the event with plenty of


Holmes High i
Class of '1999

High Sc~h ml ICount
of 1999 will hold its '
10-Year High School
Reunion on Homecoming
weekend, Nov. 13 and
14. E-mail hchsco99@
hotmail.com for more
information regarding
the upcoming reunion

Odom Family
The C~dom Fami y
reunion is scheduled for
3 p.m. On Oct. 10 at
the home of .Edna Merle
Odom, 610 Odom Road,
.Chipley. Fanilly and friends
invited to take a favorite
covered' dish to share
alnan' w ith an oit r s

be served d~bout 4 p.m.

Worthington Famlly
-The Worthington family .
reunion is scheduled
for Oct. 10 at Hinson
Crossroads' Fire~ House. A
covered-dish meal will be
served at noon. Family and:
friends are invited to take a
well-filled basket to share.
Call Johnny Worthingtoni at
535-031 0.

Dianne Green is Chipola College's Career
Employee for Oct ber. Green serves as te <
.Physical Plant/Residence Hdll Coordm'ator and has
worked at the college since 2003. ~Ab~ove, Green
is congratulated by Chipola president Dr. Gene


Dec. 13 and Tuesday Dec.
15 at the HCHS Auditori-
um. The Sunday afternoon
performances will begin
at 2:3(j p.m. with weekday
performances bdginninig at
:7 p.m.
SOn- Saturday Dec. 5,1 a
dinnler will be served be-
ginning at '5 p.m. with the
HCHS Chorus providing
Kr:'Tis Kiringle is the per-
son~ification of good wiill and

Segrest's paintings visit

Sing widi; the Ch ola

la College Chamiber Chorus
invites all area singers to
join with the chorus in sing-
ing~aportion of their upcom-
ing Fall Concert.
:Rehearsals will be held ~
Mlonday evenings from~n 6
t& 8 p.m., Nov. 2, 9 and 16,
and Satur'day, Nov. 21, at
10 a~m. The performance
is set for Sunday, Nov 22, at
2:30 p.ml. in thle Chipola A~rts
The program includes
Handel selections as well

membei-s willjoin in singing
as eoralmobve nits ofioro-
The Chamber Chorus is
. under the direction of Beth-
any Kiral and accompanied
by Dr. Joshiza Martin.
Music,; rehearsal CDs
and other information-wil
be available Imginnitig Oct.
12 for pick-up in the Mlu-
s~ie Offie in thie Fine Arts
Material~ also -may be
mailed by contacting Joan
Stadskley at stadsklevj@
chipola.edu or by phone at

holiday' spirit. As Mcacy's
Holiday Santa, he enchants
children and shoppers
so completely that he is
deemed dangerous ~by fel-
low employees who ques-
tion his ~comhpetency and
plot to ruin him. A: small
girl's belief in Santa and
the magic, of tht~e holiday
is at stake in a climactic
courtroom decision.
Ticket information will
be available at a later date.


The Church of Godi of
Prophecyr will host the
Womanless: Beauty~ Pag-
eant on Ocdt. 17 star-ting at
1 p.m. in the Wasitingto'n
County Ag Center. There
wiill be a youth din~sion and
an adult division.
First prize is $100. see-
ond prize. $50 and third.
prz es 2P5h Sponsor fees
Entry Iforms may by
picked up at Chipley Auto
Parts, RS & M Electric.
Townsend's:Building Sup-
ply, Advanced Auto Parts.
and Rustin i Vault Cdom-
at nau nsrProedswlty
go to the church building
fun 1 Wanda Wasson at
527-0440 for more infor~ma-

'Miracle Oli 34th
Street' performed by
Holmtes High

eihScho Dramao e
apartment will present "Mir-
acle on 34th Street" on Sat
urdajr Dec. 5, Sunday Dec.
6; Tuesday Dec. 8; Sunday,

CRA meets
lic is invited to the Chipola
Regional Arts Association
meeting at Jim's Buffet,
Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 11:30
a.in. Pine-weaver Lynn D.
Crain will present a pro-
gram about baskets and
wall art made from pine
For- information, on
weavm~g pme needles visit
For information on the
Oct. 20' meeting, contact
Homer Hirt at 850-593-6907.

Segrest paintings
On display
The Visual and Perform-
ing Arts Division of Gulf '
al presn "Ab tractor' t e
Paintings of Jane Segrest, ~

paintings will be on display
at the Amelia. G. Tapper
Center until Nov. 6. Gallery
hours are Moriday through
Friday fror 00 a.m.-'4 p.m.
.Prior to the.opening of
the exhibit, Segrest will give
a lecture about her work
inth main gallery of the

froin1- 2p.m.
Segrest lives in Bonifay,
where ethe has her studio.
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Odon completes'
ba1sic training
Armdy National
Guard Pfe. Heather
A. Odomi has gradu-
ated from basic com-:
bat_ training at Fort
Jackson, Colum~-
bia,' S.C. She is the
daughter of Cheri-`
lynne ~Odom of Chi-
pley. Odorh is ti 2009
graduate of Chipley
High School.


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"I was
parked in
front of the ,-.
mall wiping
off my car. I
had just come
from the car
wash and was
waiting for LET YOUR
my wife to get LIGHT SHINE
out of work.. Wes Webb
my way from across the
parking lot was what society
would consider a bum. Fr~om
the looks of him, he had '
no car, no home, no clean
clothes and no money. There
are time's when you feel
generous but there are other
times that you just don't
want to be bothered. Thlis
woas on of those don't want
'I hope he doesn't ask me
for any money,' I thought. He
didn't. He came and sat on
the curb in front of the bus

to even ride the bus.
After a few minutes
he spoke. 'That's a very
pretty car,' he said. He was
ragged, but he had an air
of dignity around him. His
scraggly blond beard kept ~
more than his face warm. I ~
said, 'thanks,' and continued
wiping off my car.
He sat there quietly as
I worked. The expected .
plea for money never came.
As the silence between us
widened something inside
said, 'ask him if he needs
any help.' I was sure that he '
would say 'yes,' but I held
true to the inner voice.
'Do you need any help?'
I asked. He answered in
three simple, but profound
words that I shall never
forget. We often look for
wisdom ini great men and
women. We expect it ~from
those of higher learning
and accomplishments. I
expected nothing but an
outstretched grimy hand. He
spoke the three words that
shook me.
'Don't we all?' he said.
I was feeling high and
mighty, successful and~ .
important, above .a bu nt m
the street, until those three
words hit me like a 12--gauge
shotgun. Don't we all?
I needed help. Maybe
not for bus fare or a place
to sleep, but I needed help.
Those three little words
still ring true. No matter
how much you have, no
matter how much you havie
Accomplished, you need help
too. No matter how little you
have, no matter how loaded
you are with problems,
even without money or
a place to sleep, you can
give help. Even if it's just a
compliment, you can give
You never know when .
you may see someone that
appears to have it all. They
are waiting on you to give
them what they don't have.
A different perspective on
life, a glimpse at something
beautiful, a respite from
daily chaos, that only you
through a torn world can
Maybe the man was
just a h eles s ranger
Ma be he was more tl an
that. Maybe he was sent by a
power, that is great and wise,
.to minister to a soul too
comfortable in themselves.
Maybe God looked down
called an angel, dressed'
him like a bum, then said,
'go minister to that man
cleaning the car, that man
needs help.'
Don't we all?"

This mes ag has b'
provided by Wes Webb, .
evangelist, Chipley Church
ofChrist, 1295 Brickyard
Road, Chipley, FL 32428;

1illStnry N EWS

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guests, Pea River Singers. Oak
Grove is two miles north of state
Highway 2 on State Road 179,~
Bonifay. For more, information
please call 334-588-6052 or e'-mail
at sandnbgrass@alaweb.com.

Red Hill Medsodist
Fell0wshinp Hal Dedicaltion
Red Hill Methodist Church
will hold a dedication ceremony
for the Roy K. Smith Fellowship
Hall on Sunday, Oct. 11, at 11:45
a.m. following mbrning worship.
Lunch served at noon.
EIed Hil United Methodist
Church is at 3104 Highway 2,

Rock Hill Homecoming
Rock Hill Church will hold
homecoming services on Sun-
day, Oct. 11. A covered dish meal
will be served at 12:30 p.mn. along
With music and singing.


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'PHOTO BY JAY FELSBERG | Managing Editor
of students and supporters were on hand at the annual See You at
tion at Holmes County High School.

world to come to the church. It
actually sends the; church into
the world to lead them to Christ.
The problem is that the
church has bought inito the *
politically misleading conception
of the separation of church and
state, which was designed to
keep government out of religion,
not to keep the church out of .
government. Though many
so-called Christians are afraid
to step up and be counted,
I'm pi'oud of men like Mike .
Huckabee, Eddie Eaton, Chris
Nelson and others, who have
begun to rally and basically say
we are not going to letAmerica
go'to Hell in a basket.
.The problem today is that
church has gotten out of politics,
and when that happens, morality
and truth go out the window. I
believe that today God is.looking
for men and women to starid as
He did in Ezekiel's day when
He cried out, "And I sought for .
a man among them, that should
make up the' hedge, and stand ~
in the gap before me for the
land, that I should not destroy it:
brit I found none" Ezekiel 22:30
(NKJV) .
You see the problem today in
~America is not with politicians
or even the media, but the local
"The church today is
spiritually anemic. We have a
High view of ourselves and a low
view of Jesus Christ. We set our
spiritual standards low, and then
struggle to meet them. Then
congratulate ourselves thinking
we have done some good job. We

tend to magnify the good while
tolerating the evil wiithin our own
churches. We brag on the choir,
the bus ministry, the fellowship.
dinners, and our overcrowded
schedules, but have little to say
about the spiritual depth of our
people." (Del Febsenfeld Jr.).
Ini Matthew 15:8, Jesus said it
very clearly: "These people draw
near to me with their inouth,
and honor me with their lips; but
their heart is far from nie."
As Fehsenfield describes, "We
can wear our best clothes, be on
our best~behavior, and even talk
our best talk to impress others,.
but none of that impresses God!
God is only impressed with the`
sinless life of His Son. Unless
His life is released in us, all else
is vain."
Church, until we impress
God, we are not going to impress
this world. Before we can expect-
the wb~rld to return to God, His
church must-first return and get
her strength and power from
Christ said, "I am the vine,
you are the branches: He that
abides in Me, and I in him, bears
.much fruit; for without VI~e you
can do nothing" ~(John 15:5).
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?" RO.; Bo2- 745,
2824 Highway 90 West Bonifay,
Florida 32425. Located; three
miles west of the light at
Highway 79, 850-547-3920, e-
mail: timhall_2000@yahoo. com.

As I look at the world
around me, I often get
very depressed and
upset at the direction our
country and the world
seem to be heading
because if you step back
and take a good hard' FR(
look at the last 100 years H
politically, economically T
.and morally, it looks as if .
we are on a slippery slope
to destruction.
On the other hand, I also get
excited because not only do I
read history and ~keep up with
the news, but I also read the
Bible, and I see that it is just as
it has ahirays been.
The Bible is true in every
detail and being fulfilled right
before my eyes. I then realize
that miy greatest concern is not
actually for our~ country, but the
.I also realize that the Lord
God who created everything
and everyone ;also has the
people as His main concern
and that returning to Him and .
His Word is the only hope for
mankind. After that I ask, "Well
what is God doing to lead people
.to return to Him." Yes, He
prepared an awesome salvation
for all mankind more than 2,000
years ago as He sent His Son
(Jesus Christ) to Calvary's
cross, to die for our sins. Yet, His
expression of love did not stop
at Calvary. He then called and
anointed His church (people) to
reach out and lead people from
the road of destruction that they
are on to the Spring of Eternal ~

Life. (By the way, that
Sis our motto at Gully
"aSprings Baptist Church,
S"Leading people from
Sthe gullies of life to the
SSpring of Eternal Life.")
I believe that is one
M THE of the three reasons for
iART the church to exist in
m Hall this world today. We the
church exist to exalt the
savior (worship Him),
equip the saints (discipleship)
and eya~ngelize 'the sinner
(evangelism) in arid outside
the walls of the local church
With all that in mind you
would think that the world would
be running to churches and
churches would be overflowing
all across this land. But you and
I know that is not what's taking
.Why? Is it because the church
has become complacent and
As I ask these questions, I
was reminded of the words of '
Del Fehsenfeld Jr. the founder ~
of Lif~e Action ministries, who in
his book "Ablaze with His Glory,"
answered these question by
Saying: "The chur~dh is waiting
for the world to come to Christ
Sand get saved, buit the world is
.waiting for the church to come
to God and get right. Without
the power of God in our lives,
we have nothing to offer this
world that can really make a
This is so true because, as,
I read the scripture, never do
I read where it instructed the



Miracles from Jack, Ala., The
Larch Family from Weturnpk~la,
Ala. and One Accord from Phe-
nix City, Ala. Special guest Evan- '
gelislt- Gerald Crabb will brling
the message. A love offering will
be taken. For more information,
call. 334-~726-1204. .

Ever reen B tist Church
Fag FOSIiva
Evergreen M~issionary Bap- .
tist Church will hold its fifth an-
nual Fall Festival in the Westville
Park on Oct. 17 from 4-6 p.m.
there will be plenty of free food,
games, prizes and candy for ev-
eryone. Fore more information,
call 850-548-5949-

Fifst BalptiSt of Esto
preat mg event
The First Baptist Church of
Esto will hold its seventh annual '
Fabulous Fall of Great Preaching
during the month of October.
On Oct.' 6, the Rev. Kent
oampp ptor ofaBethellBlae l'
Baptist Church Choir provided
special music.
On Tuesday, .Oct. 13, Dr. Joel
Bridenbaugh, pastor of First
SBaptist Church Sweetwrater in (

Orlando will bring the message
wiith special music froni the' First
Baptist Church of Esto.
Modndaiy, Oct. 19, Dr. Johni Sul-
liyan, executive director of Flor-
ida Baptist Convention, will be
guest speaker with speciainiusic
from 4 Plus 1;..
Tuesday, Oct. 27, Dr. Rich El-
lingson, professor of missions at
the Baptist College oflilorida will
speak. Special music providedb~y
One Accord.
Light refreshments will follow

ILakeview UM(
G0spe ~ing ~
Lakeview MWethodist Church
will hold a gospel sing on Sunday'
Oct. 11 starting at 1p.m. The fea-
tured singe'rwill be Janice Mitch.
ell Stuckey, daughter of Pastor
Herman Mitchell. The church
is on Highway 279 at Pate Pond
Road. Call 373-8280 for more in-

POStor A jreciation DG
The Bonifay Seventh Day Ad-
ventist Church at 604 Mathushek
Street Will hold a Visitors and
Pastor Appreciationli Day on Sat-
urday, Oct. 10. Study hour starts
at 9:30 a.m. with morning wor-
ship at 11. A fellowship lunch will
follow. Fore more information,
call Jane Justice at 547-5474.

Calvary Hill
Homeconting 2009
Calvary Hill Pentecos-
tal Church, across from Ver-
non Elementary, will hold, its
2009 Homecomm~ig services on
Oct. 11. The Spirit Filled Singers
wilprovi e special music bgin-
ning at 10 a.m. Guest speaker is
Pastor Bro. Preston Haddock.
Dinner on the grounds will fol-
low in the fellowship hall. CaH
535-0033 for more information.

Annual Clay bank
Gd0 Of MUSit JUbilee
Thespubilee is to be held at
Ozark Praise and Worship, 185
Bermuda Street in Ozark, Ala.
with old fashioned brush arbor
singing and preaching. Special
putsic provided by The Singing

Unity Baptist homecoming
Oak Grove Gospel Sing' Unity Baptist Church at 3274
Oak Grove will host .its River Road hit Vernon will cel-
monthly Bluegrass Gospel Sing, ebrate its 128th Homecomjng:
Oct. 9 starting at 7 p~m. with on Oct. 11., Services begin at
Host group: Straight and Nar- 10:30 a~m. Guest speaker is the
row Bluegrasss and special Rev.Lavon rrke.


You at the Pole

Students celebrate

Managing Editor

BONIFAY Students from the area joined oth-
ers throughout the nation in celebrating See
You at the Pole on Wednesday, Sept. 23. Holmes ~ ?
County High School was no exception as several .b
dozen students organized the annual event at
the flagpole in front of the high school. ~i
High school faculty and staff, Bonifay Mayor
Eddie Sims, local pastors and a large contingent
from' the Florida Department of Corrections
joined the students.
Several students led Biblb: readings and led
in songs, with speakers urging'those present
to engage God in conversation to better under-
stand His will, and to pray for their: school, their
neighbors, their town or community, and for
those not saved.,
According to a news release from Liberty
University that hosted a large See You at the
Pole event, The See You at the Pole event began
iiear Fort Worth in the town of Blirleson, Texas,
in 1990. SYATP invites students in public and pri- /
vate schools to gather together at their school's

faaletas, aykn Gd t ring Ioa n s iritauna A' large number
awakening to their campuses and to America. the Pole celebra

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BCF Music and Worship Division Chdir,- Don Odom, leading the college choir during the first week of chapel.

GRACEVILLE The Mrisic and Worship Division of G. Lee Chapel. musical compositions.
The Baptist College of Florida in Graceville will hold Regarded as one of the greatest composers .The public is invited to attend. F~or more informa-
a'a concert in celebration of the life and music of of all time and called the "Fathier of IModern tion, please call 850-263-3261 extensionn 427. Admis-
Johann Sebastian Bach on Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. in the R. Church Music," Bach wrote more than 1,000 | sion is free.

Houses of WORSHIP

Km dnes s

In St. Paul's inventory of the fruit of the spirit, in the fifth
chapter of Galatians, we find kindness, the translation
of the Greek word "chrestotes."The Grd~ek word "chres-
totes" has the connotation of goodness, a~nd hot just
goodness as a quality, but goodness as expressed in
.actions or deeds.The person who exemplifies this type
of kindness will be a genuinely good person, expressing-
thijr goodness by acting in ways that are gentle, patient
and self-controlled.The person who is kind in this sense
will naturally put others at ease because they can be
more relaxed, knowing that this person will be kind
and gentle.We do well to remember that when St. Paul
.speaks of the "fruit of the spirit,"that fruit is singular, not -
, plural. If we are truly walking by the spirit, we will ipos-
Sess all Of theSe VirtueS.ThiS Surely does not mean that
we won't struggle, perhaps with some more than others, r
but rather that we should strive for the kind of overarch-
ing goodness or kindness that makes us a thoroughly .
good person. And, not just good in this or that respect,
but good across the board. Of course, no one is perfect,
but by striving to be kind and good in all of our dealings,
both at work and at home, and with our friends as well
as our adversaries, we will be well on our way to perfect-
ing our character and becoming more go lie.

Put on then, as God's Chosen ones, holy and beloved,
CO 05ssion, kindness, lowliness, meekness and
patience. R.S.V. Colossians 3:12

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Bo~f~yChipley, FL 638-4251
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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
Singleton. -
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 K~ynesville area.
Pastor is Jerry Sanford. -
SoEbro Ass mbly of Go:State 79
Faith Assemtyly 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 Asserrbly 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. Paster 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
Spencer i
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles north of
Bonifay. The Rev. Josh' Garner is pastor
Noma Agsembly of God: 1062 Tindel
SSt., 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:
S3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall. -
Wausau Assembly of God: Highway
77. Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly ofi God: Highway
181 North. Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembljr 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 Ba~ptist: 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 Baptist: 311 N. -
Waukesha. Pastor Shelley Chandler
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street.
Pastor is Tim Schneider,
Caryville Baptisi: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South Blvd.
Pastor is Michael Orr. .
Chipley Rrst Free Will Baptist:
1387 South Blvd. Pastor is Ben Hull.
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: half-mile
north of Highway 2 on 179. Pastor is
Herman Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Highway 277,

Vmon f

~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
Gully 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 Bennett.Drive, Chipley. Price Wilson
is pastor
Leonia Baptist: Church is located in
nrthwest Holmes County. Pastor is Stacy

Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cqttondale. Pastor
is Henry Matthews.
SMt. 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 Carniey
.New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 2and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
-(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford Road
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road,.Chipley. Pastor is Kermit
Soileau. -.
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 qf
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:
1783. Piney Grove Rd, south of Chipley
Pastor is Tim Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist:
1900 Pleaisant Hill Road.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate.
SPoplar Springs Baptist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor is
John Howell.
St. John Free V II Baptist: St. John's
Road, Bonifay.
St. Mattheid's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St. Matthew's Road, Caryville. Pastor is
the Rev. James Johns. .
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555
Kynesville 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 in Chipley
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 30113
Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev.
Marcelious Willis Jr
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Sunny
-Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist: Highway 177,
a mile south of Highway 2. Pastor is
Maurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road,
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey
Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church St.,
SWausau First Baptist: Highway 77. The
Pastor is Chris Burghoff.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W Indiana
Ave. .

Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
Bonifay Interim pastor is Jerry Conley -
Blessed Trinity Catholic:-Highway
177-A in Bonifay. .
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Highway 77 South, Chipley.
St. TheresaCatholic Church: Sunny
I-ills Boulevard, Chipley. .
Chuch of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295
Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is minister.
Esto Churchqf Christ: 1247 N.
Highway 79. .
Chumch of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Avenue. Pastor is John Sfamey -
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
SSpirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
21'28 Pate Ponb Road, Caryyille. Pastor is
Elder Tony Howard.
Yes Lord lieliverance Church of God
in Crist: 79 Seventh Stir h pt .o stor

is David Woods Jr.
Church of God in Pmophecy
Bayview Church of God Prophecy:
1097 New Bayjiew Church Rd. Bonifay
Pastor Herbert Foskey
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386 W
Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Ernest
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Highway QO0
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 a~re available in Dothan and
Panama City
Mosque available in Blountstown. .
Pentecostal .
Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness ~
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley. Pastor
is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor
is Evangelist B. Snipes.
First Unlited 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
Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis
D. Brown.
Turning Point First United Pentecostal:
Highway 90 West, Chipley. Pastor is
James Caudie.
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 kiethodist: Two ~
miles west of Miller's Crossroads on
Highway 2. Pastor is John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Methodist;
1285 Jackson Ave,
East Mt. Zion U'nited Methodist:
Highway 173 N., 10 miles' from Bonifay.
Lakeview United Methodist: Highway
279 near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive. Pastor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ida Congregational Methodist:
Just off Highway 2 in Holmes County's
New Hope community. Pastor is the Rev
Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United Methodist: State
Road 79 south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodist: Sunday
Road off Orange Hill Road. Pastor is Ron
Otter Creek United Methodist: North
of Ponce de Leon off Highway 81 (look
for sign).
Pleasant Grov United Methodist:

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 Rirst Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
SSunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is Ken~neth
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
Weua gdy ibernon. Pastor is the Rev.
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 B/anch,
Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton Road,
.Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley. Pastor is ~oey
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Ailford at 1772
Macedorila Road. Pastor is James
Vicker .
Faith CdvenantFellowship: Highway
277 half-mile south of 1-10.
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock Hill
Church Road.
Grace & Giory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
Graceville Community: 1005 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
Holmes Valley Community Churchi
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Verhon.
Pastors Willis and 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
F.F.A.P.; 841 Orange Hill Ro'ad, Chipley;
638-4982; Pastor Annie Holmes.
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at,
6 p~m. for Bible st,0dy). Pastor is Fred
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pastors: B.x
Owens and James Bush.
SThe Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Sapp Holiness Chutch: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Someone To Care International -
Ministries Inc.; .1705 Pioneer Road, ~
Chipley. lust 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the Rev. S. J.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Highway 77.
Pastor is William E. Holmart.
Trinity Free Church, Living, Loving
God, old Howell Chevrolet building,
Tuesday and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
each night; Sunday, 2:30-4:30 p.m. T.G.
Hobbs, pastor.
Vernon Evangelistic: Highway 79. .
Pastor Keith Mashburn.
White Double Pond: Pastor is Michael
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy and
Jeanne Steele.

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Lampp officiating. Burial
followed in Brown-Bush-
Tindel Cemetery with
James & Lipford Flmeral
Home directing.
Memorial donations
may be made to Brown-
BushrTindel Cemetery,
c/o Donna Tate 1088 Hwy.
173, Graceville, FL 32440
or Bethel Baptist Church
Building FLmd, 1349 Hwy.
173, Graceville, FL 32440.

Fountain and numerous
nieces, nephews and
several special friends.
Services were Sept. 18,
at.Sandy Creek Baptist
Church with the Revs.
Kenneth Harrison, Toby
Stone and Dan Padgett
officiating. Burial
followed in the Sandy'
Creek Cemetery with
Clary-Glenn Flm~eral
Home in charge of.
arrangements. Offer
condolences and sign
guest book, at www.elary-
This notice should
. have previously run, the
W~ashington County News
apologizes for the delay.

one grandchild and several
nieces and nephews.
Services were Oct. 3 at
Grace Assembly of God
Church with the Revs.
Clinton Howell and Dallas
Pettis officiating. Burial
followed in Wachob Forest
Lawn Cemetery with Obert
FL~meral Home of Ch~ipleyi in
charge of arrangements.
Memorial donations
may be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayet~te
St., Suite C, Marianna, FL

Leonard Durell Bush,
83 of Graceville, in the
Poplar Springs community,
died Sept. 25, 2009. He was
born in Holmes County on
Aug. 22, 1926, to the late
Thomas Brock Bush and
Carl Cleav Brown Bush.
A graduate of Poplar
Springs High School
Class of 1944, he retired
from G.E.A. following 30
years of service. He was

Lillian Jane Ramer
Blankenship of Ponce de
Leon died Sept. 16, 2009.
She was born in Holmes
County on April 11, 1919 to
George Pickett and Clory
Ann Powell Ramer. She
was a granddaughter of
Elias and Elvira Ramer
who homesteaded and .
established the Sandy
Creek Baptist Church in
the late 1800s. She was a
Sunday school teacher at
Sandy Creek' for 30 years.
She taught at the Oakland
School in the Sandy Creek
Her grandparents,
parents and three
brothers Johnnie, Alchus

Terry Allen Corbit~, 54,
of Chipley died Sept. 30,
2009, at his home. He was
born in Austin, Texas on
June 21, 1955, to C.C. and
Callie Corbin and lived hir
Chipley since 1968 coming
from Enterprise, Ala. He
was g truck driver for ANMX
truckng and a member of
Oakie Ridge Baptist Church.
He loved to play golf, but his
true love was to his Savior
Jesus Christ and his family.
His father C.C. Corbin
preceded him in death.

Leonard D. Bush
a carpenter by trade and a
member of Bethel Baptist
His wife Rubye Bush
preceded him in death.
Survivors meclude
a special friend, Nora
and several nieces and
Services were held
Sept. 29 at Bethel Baptist
Church with the Revs.
Chester Padgett and Kent

Lillian J. Blalnkenshi
and Lester Ramer
preceded her in death
Survivors include
her husband of 69% '
years Charles Darrell
Blankenship of Ponce De
Leon; daixghters, Dolores
Ann Cook and husband,
Jim, of Ponce De' Leon,
and Glenda Jane Goodwin
and husband, Cecil, of
Theodore, Ala.; two sons,
Elton Darrell Blankenship
of Ponce De Leon
Christopher Douglass
Blankenship of Cheraw, -
S.C.; four grandchildren;
11 great grandchildren;
one great-great
granddaughter;'her sister,
Toby Lee Ramer Pate of

Terry A. Corbin
SHe is survived by his
mother, Callie Corbin, of
Chipley; two sons, Arllen
Corbin and wife, Mallory,
of Alford and Dillon Corbin
and his mother, Debra
Corbin, both of Chipley; a
daughter: Julianne Corbin
and fiance, Todd Beasley,
of Montgomery, Ala.;
brother Chuck Corbin and
wife, Debby, of Chipley;
two sisters: Lora Bell
and husband, Dwight, .
of Alford, and Sherlene
Christen ofRaleigh, N.C.;

husband Roy 0. Watford;
three brothers, L.C.
Hodges, Millard Hodges
and Buford Hodges,
She is survived by her
only child Roy Wallace .
Watfford of Dothan; one
sister Frances Roberts
of Tallahasse~e, and one
brother Joe Bill Hodges of
Graceville; one niece and a
great nephew.
Services were conducted
Oct. 3 at the Graceville First
United Methodist Church' I
with the Rev. Dan Rhodes
officiating. Burial followed
in Marvin Chapel Cemetery
with James & Lipford
Fmneral Home directing.
Memorials may be made
to the Graceville Fit'st
United Methodist Church
or the United iviethodist
Children's Home.

and a host of friends.
Services were
conducted Sept. 30, in
the funeral home chapel
with Chuck Grantham .
officiating. Burial &
followed ih the Poplar
Head United M/ethodist
Church cemetery with
Sorrells Flmeral Home
of Geqeva directing.
Express condolences in
our~guest book at www.

Lillie Pompey of Vernon; 23
grandchildren and 15 great-
Services were conducted
on Oct. 3 at New Bethel
AME Church in Vernon
with the Revs. Linda Dukes
and Jerome Goodman
officiating. Interment
followed in the Sylvania
Cemetery in Vernon with
Cooper Flmeral Home

Mary Evelyn Hodges
Watford, 95, of Graceville
died Sept. 30, 2009. She
was born in Holmes
County lived in Graceville
her entire life. She was
a graduate of Graceville
High School, received
the Bachelor of Science
SDegree in Elementary
Education from Florida
State University, and
the Masters in School
Counseling and School
Administration from Troy
-State University. A retired
teacher, she taught at
Campbellton, Fadette and
- in Gracevrille for thirtyr-two
years. She was an active -
member of the Graceville
SFirst United Methodist
SChurch where she had
: taught Sunday school, .
o n both the junior high

Phillip Dewayne
Stevens, 34, of Westville
died Sept. 27, 2009. He
. was born April 10, 1975,
in Geneva County, Ala.
He was employed with
.Michelin Tires as a systems
Preceding himin i
death was his father-in-
law, Wayne McDuffie; .
grandparents, Arcus and
Mary Lou Hendrix and
Herbert and Mary Stevens.

Nellie Pompey Greeni 86,
of Vernon died Sept. 28 at
her home, She was a native
of Washington County and
of the Methodist faith.
Survivors include her
children Wilmar Green
Jr. of Atlanta, Ga., Willa
Peterson and husband
Paul, Gwendolyn March
Sand Portia Green, all of
'Vernon, Isaac James Gr~een
and wife Joyce of Panama

Mary E. Watford
department and the Mary
Martha Class for senior
women. She had served on
the Worship Committee,
the Administrative Board,
was church historian, and
an active member of the
Joy Circle. She was former
member of the Honorary
Teachers Sorority Delta
Kappa Gamma, the
Graceville Garden Club,
Graceville Woman's
Club and was an active
member of the Jackson
County Retired Teachers
Association. She was a
charter and life member of
the Graceville Historical
Society. She was also a
United Methodist Woman of
the Year.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A.A. Hodges; her

Phillin D. StevenS
Survivors include his
wife, Keisha McDuffie
Stevens; one son, Kalabe
SStevens, both of Westville;
parents, A.C. and Rebecca
Hendrix Stevenis of
Headland, Ala.; ~two
brothers, Tim and Chris
Stevens; mother-in-law,
Elizabeth Mims McDuffie;-
sister-in-law, Erica and
husband Richard Gilmore
and a niece, all of Westville
and other extended family

9 Spl@SM Gr
City, Alonzo Green and
wife Janet of Toledo, Ohio,
the Rev. Vivian Green
and Shirley Green, both
of Stone Mountain, Ga.,
Roger Green and wife
Miranda of Bonifay, Sean
Green and wife Angela of
Sunniy Hills; one brother
Samuel Pompey of Panama
City; sisters-in-law Eulene
Green and Vida Pompjey,
both of Panama City and

can be sent to rehabilitation
"Rehab centers will
have specialized equipment
to deal with more difficult
cases," Carter said. "This
can beanythiiing from .
24/7 monitoring to water
In order to avoid
expensive procedures and
painfulirijuries the best
prevention is to be aware of
your horse's surroundings
and try your best to keep
them in good physical
condition for their.activities.`
Of course when injuries do
oedur, it's important Imow
how to spot them and wh~at
to do in order to keep your
four legged athlete in tip top
shape. '

Once the problem
is identified and th'e
veterinarian performs te
treatment regimen there
is always a chance that the
horse will either not heal
completely or will require
additional rehabilitation.
"While I would say that
for the most part we can at
least benefit most horses
with lameness, we can't
heal everyone," Carter said.
"W~ie can, however, improve
the outcome in the majority
of cases."
Most horses wiith
laniieness problems will
probably have to have
soine form of rehabilitation.
While most rehab is do~ite
at horne by owners, in more
severe cases the horses

Many horses are.
trained athletes that are
bred and conditioned for
a specific sport such as
racing, jumping, western .
pjerformance or dressage. ~
While these sports are '
relatively safe, just like a
human athlete, there, is
1 always a possibility of injury
and in most cases with
Shores the injury terids to
be lameness. Lamenels
is an abitormality of gait
that is caused by pain or
restriction of movement.
"Most of the injuries we
Ssee are musculari!skeletal
lameness," said Dr. K~ent
Carter, professor of equine
lameness and chief of
rqedicine at the Texas
A&M University College

of Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences Large
Animal Hospital,
The type of lameness
is generally dependent
on the horse's use. For
example, race horses tend
to present injuries such
as bowed tendonli or bone
chip'sin joints. Jumperas on
the other hand t~endito have
more soft tissue injuries.
:''Prlobably the greatest
number of cases we see are
soft tissue injuries in the ,
foot and Iower limb," Carter
said. ,
Of course, your horse
doesn't have to be an elite
athlete to. suffer an injury. .
Some can happen as the
result of accidents such as
stepping in a hole or on a

rock during a trail ride and
twisting an ankle. Horses
can even injure themselves
while buci~n~g and playing in
a pasture.
As a hiorse owner, it is
~fairly easy to recognize if
your horse is lame as most
likely there will be some
limping. If the injury is
further up in the leg it is
also possible to see swelling
of the leg.
"If yoth notice that your
horse is limping or its leg .
is swollen the first thing
y~ou want to do is stop ,
exercising them. If you
are Imowledgeable you can
also apply a pressure wr~ap 1
around the leg," Cartetsaid
"If it is not getting better
or if the limp is severe you

should take them to their .
veterinarian as soon as
Depending on the type,
severity and location of
the injury there are many
types of treatment that a
veterinarian can perform.
S"We prefer to start with
rest and support wraps,
but when the injilry is
more severe we can do
anything fr~om pain killers
and injectionrs of anti-
inflammatory drugs to
surgery,": Carter said.
Of cofirse you~can't treat
a ~problem until you caii
diagnose what the problem
is and some lamenesses
don't present at all or not
fully until rider is on the ,

giveaways. Refrceshments
available. .
S8 p.m. Alcoholics Aniony-
Methodist Church, Oklaholia
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held in
the board room at Graceville-
Campbellton Hospital Board-
room, G~raceville.
MVONDAk: OC'lt 12
SCLOSED: Wausau' Li-
brary, Vernon Libray.
9 a~m.-6 ~p.m. Chipley Li..
brary open.
10 a~m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Agiing provides
bingo, exercise, games, activi-
ties, hot ineals anid socializa-
tion. ;
11 ~m.- Wstngton
Council ori Aging Gocated in
Chiplley) senior lunches, for
Reservations call 638-6217, do
nations accepted. *
5 p.m. VFW Post 10085
regular monthly meeting,
held at posthome, located on
Highway 279 North in Vernon.
For more information, call 638-
5:30 p.m. Washington
County School Board meet-
6 p.m 7:30 p.m. Salv~a-
tionArmyDomestic Volence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a do-
mestic violence support group
each Monday. The meeting
will be held at the SADVP Ru-
ral Outreach oftp~e at 1461 S.

Railroadl Avenue, apartment
one, in Chipley. Call Emma or
Jess at 415-5999.
6:00 p.m. Bonifay City
Council meeting.
6:00 p.m. Five Points
Crime Watch Suppei will
be served at 6 p.rn. For more
information, call 535-2312 or
6:30-8:30 p~m. Conver-
sational English classes for
internationals, held at Shi-
loh Baptist Church. Contact
church office, 638-1014 or Kar-
ma Cook,; 638-8418.
7 p.m. Vetrnon City C~un-
cil meeting.
S7 p.m. Vernon Lodge 164
F&AM. CallJohnny Worthing-
ton at 535-0310.
7:30 p.m. Vernon Mason-
ic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous' open rMeeting, held
at Blessed 11inity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy. 177A'
CLOSED: Vernon Li-
Cou ml.b- p.m.-Holmes
8:30 a~m. Orange Hill
Soil and Water Conservation
District meeting at the Ag
Center in Chipley.
9 a~m.-6 p.m. Chipley Li.
brary open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m. Wausau Li.
brary open,
9 a.m. 'Iburist Develop..
ment Council meeting.
9 a~m. Holmes County
Commission meeting.) i

9:30 a&m.-4 p.m. Wausau
Library open.
10 a~m.12 p.m. Holmes
Council on. Aging provides
hot meals and sodializsition.
.11 a~m. -Washington
Council on Aging Gocated in
.Chipley) seriior lunches, for
Sreservations call 638-6217, do-
nations accepted.
Noon Chipley Kiwanis
Club wyeekly meeting.
Noon Altoholies Anony-
mous open meeting, New Life
Assembly Fellowhship Hall,
Chipley .
.5:30 p.m.;- Holmes Coun-
* cil on Agig Board meeting
. 5;30. p.m. Chipley Down-
town Merchants Association,
8271VMain Street
6 p.m. 9 p.m. GED
Prep classes each 'lI~esday
and Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center, 757
Hoyt St. in Chipley!
6 p.m. Holmes County
Development Commission
6 p.m. Chipley City
Council meeting.
6 p~m. Ebro City Council
7 p.m. Caryville City
Council meeting.
7:30 p.m. Wausau Ma-
sonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Pres-
bjrterian Church in Chipley.
8 p.m. Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed '11-inity Catholic
Church'i Bonifay.

CLOSED: Wausau Li-
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9 a~m.-6 p.m. Chipley Li-
brary open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Vernon
Library open
10 a~m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization,
10 a~m. .2 p.m. The
Vernon Historical Society
Museum is open to the public
every Wednesday from l0 a~m.
till 2 p.m. and meetings are
the fourth Wedniesday of the
month at 2p.m.
10:30 a~m. Chipley Gar-
den Club luncheon/meeting.
Call 638-2111 for information.
11 a~m. ashington
Council on Aging located in
Chililey) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, do-
nations accepted.
Noon Bonifay Kiwan-
is Club weekly meeting,
held at Simbo's Restaurant
in Bonifay.

Walhing on Conceil dnAi g
in Chipley
7 p.m. Depression and
Bipolar Support Group
meets at First Baptist Church
educational annex building in
Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Ponce
Sde Leon Methodist Church on
Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
CLOSED: Vernon Li-

brary .
8 a~m. Holmes County
:Library open. .
9 a~m.-6 p.m. Chipley Li-
brary open. ~
1 p.m.-6 jp.l. Waiisau Li-
brary open. .
10. asm.-12 p.m. Holm~es
Council on Agmhg provides
hot meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a~m. Chipley Li-
brary pr~eschool story time.
11 a~m. ~Washington
Council on Aging Gocated in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217,ado-
nations accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New Life
Assembly 'Fellowship Hall,
1 p.m.-6 p.m. Wausau Li-
brary open.
5:30 p~m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, held at
1360 Fbxworth Road in Chipley
6 p.m. .- 9 p~m. GED
prep classes each 'lI~esday
and Thursday at Washington-
Holmes 'Oachnical Center, 757
Hoyt St. mn Chipley.
cH( p.m -asu Ciy u-
6 p.m. TOPS thneet-
ing, held at Mt. Olive Baptist
Church, located three miles
north of Bonifay on Hwy 79.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Highway 2 in Hol-
mes County. .
8 p.m.- - Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, held
at Blessed 'Itinity Catholic

Church in Bonifay.
CLOSED: Wausau Li-
8 a~m.-5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open. "
1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Vernon
Library open .
9:30 a~m.-1 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games, activi-
ties, hot meals and socializa-
S11 a~m. Washingtpn
Council on Aging. Located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, do-
nations accepted-
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; Children 12 arid under free
with parents. No smoking or
alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50
giveaways. R efr~eshments
8 p.m..- Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chi-

CLOSED: 8 a~m.-12 noon
-Holmes County Library
CLOSED: Wausau Li..
brary, Chipley Library, Ver-
non Library
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 smoking or
alcohol. Dopr prizes and 50/50



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Christ in Marianna at 1:30
p.m. Oct. 11. The program
will feature a DVD about
Ovle an Wibu Wght.
explain the JAC programs
and contests for this year..
Before the meeting,
the C.A.R. Kids Helping
Kids Committee will hold
a mini bake sale to help
children with cancer.
Contact C.A.R. Senior
President Mary Robbins at
209-4066 or snoopyxii60@
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starting at 6 p.m., at Jim's
Buffet and Steakhouse on
Highway 90 in Marianna.
Cost is $6 per person.
This month's dance is Oct.

laPeopleof allage
groups, married, single,
seniors, professional,
college and high school
students are welcome.
Canned and dried food is
also being collected for the
Chipola Food Pantry. For
more information, call 850-

Planting clarss
County Extension Service
and the Jackson County
Master Gardeners
will present class on
planting late fall and
winter vegetables at the
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'TOXtUFOS, Surfaces,
& DimeHSi0HS
Visual and Performing
Arts Division at Gulf Coast
Community College is
proud to present "Textures,
Surfaces, & Dimensions,"
an exhibit of mixed media
works by local artists .
Celeste H~ansel, Deborah
Kivett, Emilie Pritchard,
Joanne Coughlin, Marie
Brusher, Pat Phillips,
Susan McMurry and Cindy
Strawn. The exhibit will be
on display in the Amelia
G. Tapper Center Annex
The opening reception
will be held Oct. 9 from
6-8 p.m. Gallery hours are
Monday through Friday
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
through Nov. 6. Admission
is free.

Headland Harvest
Day Festivall
Heactland Chamber of
Commerce is making
plans for its 38th annual
Harvest Day Festival, to
be held Saturday, Oct. 10,
Around the Town Square of
Festival activities
from 9a.in. to5 p~m. will
include live entertainment
throughout the day and
plenty of arts and crafts,
food vendors and games
for all ages, which include
moon walks, pony and
train rides, a wall climber,
a bull ride, a bungee jump
and many other rides. -
Admission is-free of ch~arge.
The Headland Chamber
is now taking applications
for vendors. For more
information or to have
your name put on our
vendor mailing list, call the
Chamber office at 334-693-
3303 or write to Harvest
Day Festival, Headland
Chamber of Commerce,
E O. Box 236, Headland,
AL 36345. An inforritation
liacket will be mailed to
you. You can get a vendor
form and a rules and ~`
re ;atioils form at wnww.

Children of the
Americaln Revolution,
Junior Amesrican

Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna, Thursday, Oct. 15,
from 6-8 p.m. Registration
starts at 5:30 p.m.
Topics include which
vegetables grow best in
the cooler months, what
type of planting method
is best for each, and clool-
weather fertilizer and
irrigation needs. Raised>
vertical and regular irn-
ground planting will be
demonstrated outside, so
dress accordingly
Cost is $10 per
individual and includes
all reference materials,
snacks and door prizes.
Pre-registration by Friday,
Oct. 9, is required. Pre-
paid registrants will be
entitled to two door prize
Call the Extension
Service at 482-9620 or
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Annual Boggy Bayou
'Mullet Festival is
scheduled for Oct. 16-18
and will he held at the
intersection of Highway
85 North and College
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 Flmk
Monster will take the stage
Friday and Saturday night.
Blake Shelton will
entertain the crowd

Saturday night.
Several church groups
are scheduled throughout
the day on Sunday, and .
Bily Ray Cyrus will close
out the festival Sunday.
For more information,
visit the www.cityof
niiceville.org and click on
the Mullet Festival or call

Goat Day 2009
Blountstown Itotary Club
presents the 23rd anriual
festival on Saturday, Oct..
17, at Sam Atkins Park in
This year's event
will feature vendors
specializing in handmade
goods and crafts. A
highlight of the festival
will be the reintroduction
of live goats, with a goat
show and parade. In

addition, there will be
plenty of food vendors and
live music.
Gates open at 9 a.m.,
and vendors will be
present until 3 p.m. Cost
is $5 per person, with
children younger than
1 admitted free. Please
note that all children's
activities will be free of
charge; featuring: pony
rides, train rides, inflatable
jumping activities, coin dig,
greased pig chase, moon
walk and the addition of a
chicken chase this year.
For more information,
call 850-674-5449 or visit

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- Thursday, Oct. 22, at
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(850) 638-8428
Cell 260-6225

south of the project site.
The mitigation site is to be
placed under a conserva-
tion easement granted to
the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection,
is hereby granted unless a
sufficient petition for an ad-
ministrative hearing is
timely filed under sections
120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes as pro-
vided below.
The activity is located
north of Highway 90 on the
east side of Pecan Street
in Chipley, Class Ill Waters
of the State, Latitude:
30"46'56 Longitude
85"31'50", Section 3 Town-
ship 4 North, Range 13
West, Washington County,
The procedures for peti-
tioning for a hearing are
set forth below.
A person whose substan-
tial interests are affected
by the Department's-action
may petition for an admin-
istrative i proceeding
(hearing) under sectibns
120.569 and 120.57 of the
Florida Statutes. The peti-
tion must contain the infor-
mation set forth below and
must be filed (received by
the clerk) in the Office of
General Counsel of the
Department at 3900 Com-.
monwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station 35, Tallahassee,
'Florida 32399-3000.
Because the administrative
hearing process is de-

a new water transmission
line that will connect the
new well into the Town's
water distributior system.
The improvements are
needed to construct a new
well on the western side of
town and make the well
operational. The new well
wil| produce water of a bet-
ter quality than the water
quality being produced by
the existing well adjacent
to Town Hall. It has been
determined that such re-
quest for removal of envi-
ronmental conditions will
not constitute an action
significantly affecting the
quality of the human envi-
ronment; accordingly, .the
above-named recipient
has decided not to pre-
pare an Environmental Im-
pact Statement under the
National Environmental
~Policy Act of 1969 (PL
The reasons for the deci-
sion not to prepare such
Statement are as follows:
1. Project is not located in
a floodplain.
1. .Project is not harmful to
the Environment
2. Project calls for no in-
voluntary relocation.
3. Project calls for no
forced acquisition of land.
An Environmental Review
Record respecting the
above project has been
made by the above-named
recipient which documents
the environmental review
.af the~ pro ect and me~re

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moval of environmental
All interested agencies,
groups and persons disa-
greeing with this decision
are invited to submit writ-
ten comments for consid-
eration by the recipient to
Mr. Roger Hagan, Mayor,
1607 2nd Avenue, Wau-
sau, Florida 32463. Such
written comments must be
received at the address
specified on or before Oc-
tober 23, 2009. All such
comments so received will
be considered and the re-
cipient will not request the
removal of environmental
conditions or take any ad-
ministrative action on the
above-named project until
the date specified in the
preceding sentence.
The recipient will under-
.take the project described
above with Black Grant
Funds from the U.S. De-
partment of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD)
under Title 1 of the Hous-
ing and Community De-
velopment Act of 1974
through the State of Flor-
ida. The recipient is certi-
fying to DCA that its envi-
ronmental certifying officer
identified above, in the offi-
cial capacity as Mayor
consents to accept the ju-
risdictional responsibilities
in relation to environmental
reviews, decision making
and action; and that these
responsibilities have been
rtfisfied The legsI effect

upCA~ Ii i tha apFl:. l ..:3r I
e;inl ronmejnal Hljl.* re, 1

cates omission of a re-
quired decision finding or
step applicable to the proj-
ect in the environmental
review process, Objec-
Itions must be prepared
and submitted in accord-
ance with the required pro-
cedure (24 CFR part 58)
and may be addressed to
Florida Department of
Community Affairs, Bureau
of Community Assistance,
2555 Shumard Oak Bbule-
vard, Tallahassee, Florida,
Objections to the removal
of .environmental condi-
tions, on basis other than
stated above will not be
considered by DCA. No
objection received after
November 15, 2009, will
be considered by DCA.
As published in the Wash-
irigton County News Octo-
ber 7, 2009.
A 209-CA-000164 N:

ide r ,j.i Irne proper1~ a

FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
followingproperty: .
BOOK 3, PAGE 184, OF
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
Plaintiff's attorney whose
address is 900 South Pine
Island Road #400, Planta-
tion, FL 33324-3920 on or
before Noverhber 2, 2009,
(no later than 30 days from
the date of the first publi-
cation of this notice of ac-
tion) and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; other.
wise a default will be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded~ in the
complaint or petition filed
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court at
Florida, this 28 day of Sep
tember, 2009
BY: K. McDaniel -

Farl~l 1305 34.?L

of August, 2009.
As published in the Wajsh-
ington County News Octo-
ber 7, 14, 2009.
This intent to issue a per-
mit (File No.
67-0263928-002-DF) to
Washington County, 1331
South Blvd, Chipley, Flor-
ida 32428, to impact 8.82
acres of jurisdictional
wetlands and the tempo-
rary impact of 1.25 acres
of jurisdictional wetlands
for the construction of ap-
proximately 2400 1.f. of as
phalt roadway to service
the Washington County In-
dustrial Park. The pro-
posed road will be 24,
wide with 8' shoulders, 2'
deep swales at 4:1 slopes
and will have a 100,
right-of-wat that will be
maintained by Washingtor
County. Road will start at
Pecan Street and run east-
ward along north side.of
existing CSX railroad Ilne.
An 18 acre mitigation site
for this ctje is located
on the ws side of SR 277

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1150 -Personals
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DATE: October 7, 2009
ADDRTSS: 1607 2nd Av-
NUMBER: (850) 638-1781
Wausau, FL 32463
To all Interested Agencies,
Groups and Persons:
On or about October 30,
2009, the above named
Town of Wausau will re-
quest that the Florida De"
apartment of Community Af-
fairs, designated by the
U.S. Department of Hous
ing and Urban Develop-,
ment remove the environ-

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Washington County News
October 7, 14, 2009.

The City of Ebro, Florida
will hold Qualifying for
Seats 1,3, and 5
Any resident voter desir-
ing to beconte a cani-
date for the office of
Councilperson may do
so by filing a written no-
tice of candidacy with
tlie City Clerk. A quali-
fying fee of $5.00 for
Councilperson will be
required. All other forms
necessary for qualifying
can be picked up at Ebro
Town Hall. The qualify-
ing of candidates will
begin at 8:00 a.m. Octo-
ber 19, 2009 and end at
1:00 p.m. on October 22,
The City of Ebro adheres
to. the Americans with
Disabilities Act and will
make reasonable accom-
modations for access
upon request.,Please call
the City Clerk at (850)
535-2842 to make a e
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Washington County
New's September 23, 26,
30 & October 3, 7, 10,
14, 17,2009 -
FIED that the Board of
County Commissioners of
Washington County, Flor-
ida, will hold an Executive
S~ssion for the purpose of
discussing settlement ne
gotiption, strategy and liti-
gation expenditures in a
matter of pending litigation
2009, commencing at 9:00
a.m. The meeting will be
held at the Board's regular
meeting place located at
1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida.
The meeting will convene
in public session, after
which the executive ses-
sion will commence. The
only persons permitted to
attend the Executive
Session are: the Board
Members, the Chief Ad-
ministrative Officer of the
Board, the Board's Attor-
neys, Planning Official,
and an Official Court Re-
porter. Followirag the Exec
utive Session, the Board
will reconvene in public
session for the purpose of
taking any official action
required and for adjourn-
ing this meeting.
DATED this 27th day

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signed to re-determine 11- an administrative hearing A petition that disputes the dispute the material facts City, Florida 32405. UNIQUE CATS
nal agency action on the is filed, other persons material facts on which the on which the Department's As published in the Wash- and kittens. Mousers, Get Wanted To Buy antiques, ~ ~ ~
application, the filing of a whose substantial interests Department's action isato sbsdsalsaeington County News Octo- rdo oruwne olcils od ivr
petition for an administra- will be affected by the out- based must contain the that no such facts are in ber 7, 2009. MICE. Therapy Pets with dinnerware, collections, Sharp 9" TV. LCDH HDV SALE, Saturday, Oct.
tive hearing may result in a come of the administrative following information: dispute and otherwise unique personalities, great paintings, call Al Schmidt PC input, Dolby Digital. 10th, 6a.m., Hwy 90 East,
modification of the permit process have the right to (a) The name and address shall contain the same in- wtthedrl niend850-638-7304 Brand new, in original car: 730 Sewell Farms Road,
and lease, or even denial petition to intervene in the of each agency affected formation as set forth Tap&SnMiitogeoutside cats. MUST BE A ton. $175. 850-638-0846. Girls Newborn-3T,:
of the application. Accord- proceeding. Intervention and each agency's file or above, as required by rule in hiple wil hold an soale GOOD HOME. Must leave Woe' n aent
ingly, the applicant is ad- will be only at the discre- identification number, if 28-106.301. Under sec- on thipese nithldas, fo name and address if adop- eCohn, Friue
vised' not to commence tion of the presiding officer known; tions 120.569(2)(c) and (d) non-payment of rent. Ten- tig.Cntc Jm atGmeDbo admoe
construction or other actwv- upon the filing of a motion (b) The name, address, of the Florida Statutes, a ants will have until October 5741 10| 3 3
ities under this in compliance with rule and telephone number ofi petition for administrative 17, 2009 to pay in full. No 3Fml adSl.St
permit/Iease until the 28-106.205 of the Florida the petitioner; the name, hearing must be dismissed Checks accepted. 1* Bar-
deadlines below for filing a Administrative Code. address, and telephone by the agency if the peti- bie Lewis, Chipley 2. Mar- .X f
petition for an administra- In accordance with rules number of the petitioner's tion does not substantially vin Finch, Chipley 3. Mi- White English Bulldog 3 aiyYr ae aYard Sale. Frl. & Sat.,
tive hearing, or request for 28-106.111(2) and representative, if any, comply wth the above re- chelle Abavzuq, Alford 4., mix. Shots &neutered. in- AUCTION Oct 10th, 7am-untill. Name Oct. 9&10. 1134 lola Dr.,
an extension of time have 62-110.106(3)(a)(4), peti- which shall be the address quirements or is untimely B.J. Davis, Chipley, 5. April side or outside dog. 3-4yrs brand clothes, furniture, Orange Hill Hwy., around
expired. tions for an administrative for service purposes dur- filed. Batr otnae -od 804220 a. c.0settomc opt tKays Corner. 7am-Untill.
Under rule 62-110.106(4) hearing by the applicant ing the course of the pro- This action is final and ef- Sot Duic, Cot-. 850-272-2678. 8:00 A.M. 658 Rays Place, Hwy 90 Fish plates will be sold.
of the Florida Administra- must be filed within 21 ceeding; and an explana- fective on the date filed Sotonae 8.Unknow Wes
tive Code, a person whose days of receipt of this writ- tion of how the petitioner's with the Clerk of the De- Aspublised 8 in theWas- Leslie Miller Estate Wet
substantial interests are af- ten notice. Petitions filed substantial interests are or apartment unless a petition ington 60unty News Sep- : 30WVerness Road BIa YARD SALE. Next t
Tfected by the Department's by any persons other than will be affected by the is filed in accordance with tme 0 coe I 2 3 enn L aaJcsBQ-55
action may also request an .the applicant, and other agency determination; the above. Upon the timely 2009. Frnom, Hwy 79NHy 7, Gcobreenhe. Sat Yard jSale Oct. 9&10
extension of time to file a than those entitled to writ (c) A statement of when filing of petition this orderVennFLrdyOcor10h Hw 90jstptGul
petition for an administra- ten notice under section and how the petitioner re- wille notber effetive unatil Wp. ildress Rd Wet S rns Church. Turn
tive hearing. The Depart- 120.60(3) of the Florida ceived notice of the frhrodro h eat p. ie nrgtr 7lo in oHw
ment may, for good cause Statutes, must be filed agency decision; ment. For Sale: goat family, Watch for signs ett Drive.
shown, grant the request within 21 days of publica- (d) A statement of all dis- This permit constitutes an pygmy, nanny, bill and 2 Selling house contents, gjfl ~rgt olwsgst e-
for an extension of time. tion of the notice or within puted issues of material order of the Department. 1 g z kids, (born 9/11). $200. yard & garden tools. Big Yard Sale; October 9
Requests for extension of 21 days of such notice, re- fact. If there are none, the The applicant has the right Need money for Xbox 360. Many Antiques. & 10. Collectables, new ,
time must be filed wth the gardless of the date of petition must so indicate; ,to seek judicial review of Call Johnathan Info: Gerald Mason, #642 dolls, some clothing, misc.
Office of General Counsel publication. (e) A concise statement of th6 order under section PCIOICOjRSELLS 850-547-0224, Leave mes- 850-849-0792. 743 Third St 7 a.m. till. YadSe. ouh f
of the Department at 3900 Under section 120.60(3) of the utiinate facts alleged, 120.68of the Florida Stat- I Getd YorCasfedA aeCi ley nHy7. Corner
Commonwealth Boule- the Florida Statutes, how- including j the specific facts utes, by the filing of a no- I g Poultry to buy & or sale. Dimndi' Ch of Falng HWae Rd. & Hwy
vard, Mail Station 35, Tal- ever, any person who has that the petitioner con- tic oflin appeal ude rul HOOI. Dcs es, hce n imn ims' 7.St,8m1m
Iahassee, Florida asked the Department for tends warrant reversal or 9.110 of the Florida Rules Call now for details gnes Cal Public Auction, HG AAEETT
32399-3000,before the ap- notice of agency action modification of the of Appellate Prcdue1, n e oicd 5057312 9 or C1Cell # B79 U33. AE: 1290 HWY. 173, V
plicable deadline. A timely may file a petition within 21 agency's proposed action; with the Clerk of the De- I.638-0212 11 850-415-2998. 1300 E Railrod Ave, SLE: uth ofY PS3 scol
request for extension of days of such notice, re- and patmnent in the Office of or Chipley, FL. 850-547-0397. mil sout fP col
time shall toll the running gardless of the date of (t) Astatement of the spe- General Counsel, 3900 I I Buyers wanted, Friday & Saturday, Octo- I 324
time period for filing a peti- publication. cdic rules or statutes that Commonwealth Bol-g .... 1Sellers needed. ber 9th&10th. 91 rangerLedultsfreodig
tion until the request is The petitioner shall mail a the petitioner contends re- vard, Mail Station 35, Tal- Every Monday, 6PM pick up, Legend electric .30 ad~l tsoi .45 caln. ml
acted upon. If a request is copy of the petition to the quire reversal or modifica- lahassee, Florida, scooter, reloading equip- loading projectiles..New 38
filed late, the Department applicant at the address tion of the agency's pro- 32399-3000; and by filing a en T r yt'special ammo.
may still grant it upon a indicated above at the time posed action; copy of the notice of the ,,an .n WEEKLYosta cumminsbulletsandlube
motion by the requestihg of filing. The failure of any (g) Astatement of the relief appeal accompanied by MISCELLANEOUS ble Saw, drill press, cann- .com. 1-800-741-9707,
party showing that the fail- person to file a petition for sought by the petitioner, the applicable filing fees AUCTION ing equipment and jars' hply
ure to file a request for an ari administrative hearing stating precisely the actibn with the appropriate dis- T* MRHNIE 33 anS.Vrot Lcast iron. skillets, router Cily
extension of time before or pursue mediation as Ithat the petitioner wishes trict court of appeal. The .Hwy. 79 South and accessories, exercise
the deadline was the result provided.below within the the agency,to take with re- notice of appeal must be 3100 qntiques(2dBidnonlf) eup ntcots,99
of excusable neglect. appropriate time period spect to the agency's pro- filed within 30 days from 31s a tiac c2? sttsin SAURA NIGHTS7M Teddlpent ingtersew ma-9 25
In the event that a timely shall constitute a waiver of posed action. the date when the final or- 310-Acin ut-elr.Slcin chine, bundle bed com- F "I'
and sufficient petition for those rights. A petition that does not der is filed with the Clerk of ena I'ML 3140 aby items wui-Sll v ry frm elektion plte etl eecor LFam C
the Department. Requests 2100 Pets 3150 Building Supplies weekly some furniture, too many II Green Peanuts for
for review before the Land 2110 Pets: Free to .8160 Business Cah rd/ei ad. Others to list.I Boln
rnomisio emu ae fie 2120 Pt Su~po as 3170 uol cmi les Michele R fs Ij 1567 Parisg OGuoe Rd.
wih heScrtayof the 2130 Farm Animafls/ 3180 Computers Mihl n,pls-y
wih heSerear e Suptplies 3100 Electronics Auctions U MF. 8-6 S-or 8-1 34
Commission arid served 2140 -Pets/i.vtistock 3200 Firewood FL AU3014 AB2224. Moving Yard Sale. Inside I 850-838 5002.: I
~~~~~on the Departm~ent within wanted 3210 Free Pass It On 850-547-9140. &, Ot. Sat & Sun, 85 B0-260j-5003. ~I
ve th fina imrder eis 2150 Pi t Memorialard Sales 7am-oUuntill. 5310 Hwy 77, i 850 57-13380
3240 Guns South of Sunny Hills. Ap-
me appli~c~ateo fs ailabl G20 gelh Fts Eat unle, lots of houe
lor public inspection dur- 2100 3280 Machinery/ 3220 hold items. 3280
or0 amalt busine hpu 3-1/2 FTIGUANA 39 Mdc 3equ nment B&B Furniture 1342 North 25 Gal Fuinto Tank er 5e
.. .. ,Monday -through Friday, With 4 fR. cage and access~ 3310 Musical instrmmrnts RR Avenue, Chipley. We neve Ga used, $6k,50. Wtrfl
~s~I nm~ ~except legal holidays, at series, Very gentle Female 3320 -Plants & Shrubs/ pay cash for clean, quality Multi-Family Yard Sale. roller, $500. Built by. J&H.
Department of' Environ- approx. 4 years-old Only ;,Supplies fumiture. 850-557-0211 or Oct 10 at 1321 Forrest 7FT high platform with
Stricklen's Carpentry. SOD &SEED on the farm, mental. Protection, 2353 $150 (lrm) for everything. 3330 Restaurant/Hotel 850-415-6866. Ask for Av.7m1m fi anforks on 3 pt hitch, $450.
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ing garages, .windows, ery Available. Bill or Mary
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clea gegup niping ean 4tpdr 3ba. $217/mo!. HUD
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rals/usnes ev 54BR/3V2BA Furnished 3BR/1BA House for sale Ihro 5 acres & One 10 ac-
aa g House for rent. In New w/1BR/1BA apartment & 6 res on Buddy Rd. One 10
ForSal; et f 1 ich A verisng IHopet .n85 ces $1,30 cRpeduC3d 5 car ogarae. n eo s uile. 6LandaFor Sale:Yatres ete i One l3eacresnocn o:
bottom plows, $300., Hay I Sales Publisher's like brand new, beautiful ment Road, Washington ing For more info call Mil- UfC o wns ~H
fork, $75., Hay spear, I lot w/pond on 3 acres. County. Large oaks, high ton Peel @850-638-1858.
$150., 2- row cultivator, I Washin tn a Notice Only 45 mins. to Panama & dry, quiet country living, 1- 0 ant que & Collectibles
$350., single wing hay t City Beach. Owner may fi- | 71so yet close to town. For 8120 Sports Utility Vehiles
rake, 4- wheel, $250., deep I County NeWS I Allreal state advertising in nance or give $10,000 more information, Call 8130 Tracks
well pump, $250., garden II Holmes County this newspaper is subject to cash back. $139,900. Defunlak Springs, 4 day; 850-547-5070 ask for 8140:~ ~ ss Vans
tiller, 5 HP walk behind Times-Advertiser the Fair Housing Act which OBO. (314) 346-3303. I acre lots in city wNith alll MaryAnn, Night; 7100 | als -Commercial
with reverse, $250. Call makes it illegal to advertise I city utilities available. I 850-573-0253 ask Michael 8160 Motorcycles
850-535-2050 after 6 p.m. 1IDo you want a career ,andisprmnlo e atid $5'donad 20 16X80 2BR/2BA w/new 8170 -Au c ories
850-260-1157 I where you can make al race,~ coor, religion, sex, mot.80-9-59carpet, new pain. etup820- oas
difference? Are you a handicap, familial status or Large vacantiatforsale L icue.$750Cll8220- Personal Watercraft
I o ed al s d I tr tal moan nors hnint n- on Spring Pond in 8 BTTIIE'S COUNTR V REAL T V 85-73-78 I boat& Ms i
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chair, throttle control. Ex- Iyou! Fedmwns icdechdrnuerte iimmdd ercio.Bld205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425 pole, A/C incld. Clean, you 8320 AW/Dff Road Vehicles
klnitc can iin.a 250 I motivated AMulti-media ae of18 sd sgit paet fC ow elreambomorhola ew3 (80 4-5 oe 1,0.684 Cam ers & Tranlers
needs to hook to a reese ecutives. You will have curn tso dy ef ildsePnam CityE Aipot Selr m3 RCAC RE E $5 f003--3 BR EEI DELDDUFCRDM 392 Dulwd
hitch for carrying on vehi Ithe opportunity to join a under 18. motivated,only $60,000. $79,900---15 ACRES NO RESTRICil0NS-$45,000--- 2 BR 3R2A Dulwd
cle. $400. 850-956-2037. Idynamic and energetic MLS 388290 HOME 1+ ACRE-$59,900---94 ACRES-$282,000---45 ACRES- w/newN carpet and paint.
ses prograrn and This newspaper will not DWMH-8ARN-PA5TUJRE-$b199,000---37 ACRES FRONTS HWY 90 With set-up included, '"
hinnoairBi op vee, ii~ acc epalanestat Century 2 lemmander $ C-oo-~PPo D89,90 --1 AE $250- ,EORODH-5 B0-76-7780. Cl 10
|3300 liyie spirit to make an I which' is inviolation of the Realty,1nc. 5 ACRES HOME AND DOG KENNELS- $79,900---10 ACRES 3 BR 2
ct stolaw. Our readers are hereby Victor Jedat850-819-2188 BA MOBILE HOME- 9,900---3 BR 2 BA AT DWL-$8 900---20
dt~~~ Iimpac on our cu tm-1 informed that all dwellings. ACRES WESIVILLE- 5000---2 BR BRICK EDGE TOWN- 85,000- 3BR/2BA New Zone III 2006 Mitsubishi Galant.
ers, our organization, advertised in this newspa- or yourprivateviewingormore --37 ACRES HWY 79- 125,000---3 BR 1 1/2 BA HOME INTOWN- 16X80 w/glamour bath, is- $10,500. Can been seen
I and your own career. I per are available on a equally information. '19900---74 AC 3 BR 2 BA DWHM-379,000---9+ ACRES land kitchen: Set-up~ in- at: Community South
Hayi Fo ae x pl.IL il toucmsoataikme- ortuni o iscrmnto cal no Ge RLTS NL FS- 5 00 eluded, $38,900. Call Brad Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
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Administrative R oR Bonifay, 3BR & 2BR,
6100- Business/ M: l375to 5:l mo, No;
CONSUMER BILLING Commercial Pers 851499-3j599
COORDINATOR.. 16110 apartments - -
We~st Florida Electric 6120 Beach Rentlals F,,r Rent: 2 ; 3 tajd
Cooperative is accepting 6130 Conde/Townhoulse roo~m rnl~et.le ho~me r.l I
resumes for this position, 6140 House Rentals .ru-Cl
locatedminGraceville 60 oma ter antte 1( 8 *:5: !2
Requires good time 0180 Out-of-Town Rentals For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mobile
management and eleo Timeshare Rentals Homes $300. month, plus
computer processing: 6200 Vacation Rentals $300 deposit, no pets.
skills. Call 850-547-2043. Leave
Qualdfied candidates must I message.
have atwvoyear 6100 ~ For Rent: 2BR/2BA Mo-
exe r c iaus nss Executive Office Space be oeL4O ot
offc ernvirodnment ora for rt down own Cipley pU &3ost gaer prvied.
business or accounting
with three years Office .Space for rent in For Rent: Real, nice
experience. Dunn Building, 3 private 3BR/2BA rhobile home.
Salary is commensurate offices, carpet,: heat/air, nice location in the cotin-
wihhexperipnce and 2nd floor, privacy. Call try, located between Or-
education. Dutch 850-579-2821. ange Hill Road & Hwy. 231
Send resumes to IIon ~Rudd Road. Da3;
West Florida Electric -~T 1.850-638-8462, 1 night;
Cooperative Assn., Inc., I "S 6C. 850-6381434
ATTNPersnnel6110 For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom
Department, .1BR Apartment in trailers, total electric, $300..
RO. Box 127, CpeyGodlctn.& $350. month, $200. de-
G F No pets. 638-4640. posit. 850-548-5541
.received in the Graceville CHIPLEY Mobile Home~ for Rent:
office by Friday, 1 BR/1 BA, $400, SD $200; 3Bedroom 2 bath, $425.
SOctober 9, 2009., 2BR/1BA$475, SD $225, monthly, $100. ~deposit
DRUGFREEWORK 3BR/1 BA $600, SD $300 ,850-547-3650
PLAE & QUAL ALL aparts w/pH/A, ceiling Mobile Homes in Cot-
OPPORUNITYfans, stove &- refrigerator. tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-
EMPLOYER. F R; E ., E les E. ofChipley. 3br, 2ba,
Caregiver position open water/sewer/garbage! & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
at Holmes CreekALF in Sorry no pets-or' HUD. elec. (850)-258-4868 or
Vernon. Tuesday thru Sat- 638-3306 ~ 8 5 0-2 09 -8 84 7
urday. No experience nec- wwcalsonrlvn~
Sessary. Must be clean and For rent Sleepy Hollow om
dependable, have good Duplex Apartments Transmittr Mobile Horrie
cooking skills and possess HUD not accepted Re
a valid driver's license. Du- 3BR/1BA. Water, garbage, Park, on Transmite Rd, in
ties incitide cooking, lawn care included. Spa- Panama City 850-960-0619
cleaning and assisting res- clous, energy efficient with Circle J Mobile Home Park
idents with other daily liv- private yard. Gr Cile,92 6NA 2da at
gdeqireent p lca 50-68-728.St. 2&3 /BR units for rent,
facility located behind For Rent: Unique satn 30prm
Dee's Restaurant in Ver- 2BR/2BA screened porch .Forinfo call850- 691-9224
non. 850-260-1 871 iaparment.Non Smokeir, 1 ~
Small pet, references a
HOUSEKEEPER 850-547-3494 of
Energetic woman wanted 850-532-2177 U L
10 -15 hours per week.
Cleaning and meal prep FTHE INEW RIDGE.I Transml er Mijobile Home
MF 40 ep Bcnkcgr ud I 00 30sART NTTS5 I rj inSa nsme 0d 61
or Jim547-4415 C|.l~ BA1 rcul- r Malile I Irria Park
Chipley Physical lu~~~i storlu in Chi edg:850- 9-922
Therapy, Inc. I L I- -- -- -- 5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR
units for rent, starting @
Career Opportunity $350 per mo For info call
Public Relations .I1 g g4g 8ll50-691-9224
Manager Chipley 3br, 1ba House.
We are looking for a Storage shed, CH&A, W/D t
Conn, WS&G incl. $600
hardw rkin~g energetic o, $300 dep No Pets ...

poaito bse ne For Lease/Sale ,,,,
our Chipley office. 2 br, 1 ba House in Chip- REIESIAyE FDR I
Enthusiastic work ley $750 month w/WSG &
environment. Must lawn maint. included De- 7100 -Homes
have excellent Public posit & References Re- 7105- Open House
Relations skills, quired Owner Financing 7110 BreeapCehrHo~me/
Available 850-333-0133 1 Cmeca
excellent personal mm hue
presentation, outgoing For Rent 2BR/1BA tradler, 7140 -Farms & inches
personality with clean, $250. month. 7150 Lots and Acreag*
good organizational 3BR/2BA trailer, $325. 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
skills and ability to month, Ponce de Leon 717o waterfront
work autonomously. area. Call 850-259-9113. P 18 -Inesten A
orExperenre ish meRntsCo olu t-owe

ry ng ~For Rent/sl: 3BR/2BA in5.+ acres, 3R/BA
grfrettigdone Prp once inChle Lo, Countr HPoOTme. Wrel&Seic
Pleasiefx riesume to 00 settng, 5. pe mnth cAllwneicue
86259 a ls eeis eplus $40. darepost. $15,0000
(954)ae 7. 850-265-3166 ,n Fort Info:729 85068701


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