Title: Washington County news
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Publication Date: February 17, 2010
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DTF makes multiple arrests

CHIPLEY "Continuing
an aggressive attack on
methamphetamines, The
Washington County Drug
Task Force, consisting of
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office and Chi-
pley Police Department,
has once again had a busy
week," Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock said Monday. .

Haddock reported that
a month-long undercover
investigation ended Satur-
day night when officers and
investigators with the Drug
Task Force served a search
warrant on a residence at
951 Hutchins Road in Chi-
During' the .execution
of the search warrant, in-
vestigators located a large
amount of equipment and

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chemicals used in the man- an
ufacturing of methamphet- mi

paraphernalia, a police
scanner and a video sur-
veillance system in place
to detect and avoid law en-
Arrested as part of the
drug raid were:
Penny Fortune, 42, of
2113 Winbee Road in Chi-
FORTUNE GOLDEN pley, was charged with
manufacturing of metham-
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4-H'ers get ready
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in traffic accident

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JAY FELSBERG The Vernon softball team joined Nellie Mitchell as the new
Managing Editor field was dedicated in ,her honor. Mpre coverage online at ,:"
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com chipleypaper.com.

VERNON Nellie Mitchell
was in for a surprise Saturday
at Vernon High School. The
cafeteria was packed with fam-
ily, friends and former players
from her years as'coach and
teacher. The surprise wasn't
the big turnout, but the an-
nouncement that the brand-
new Vernon softball field was
to be named in her honor on
Nellie Mitchell Day.
Mitchell was showered with
roses, hugs and praise during
the reception and ceremony,
and then everyone headed out
back of the high school to un-
veil the sign at the field.
"I had no idea," Mitch-
ell said. "All I knew was to

Cherie Hicks (right) was one of many speakers Saturday.

CHIPLEY After a minor
delay, the Washington Coun-
ty Board of County Com-
.County Ad-
Pete .Her-
bert's letter
and terms
of resigna-
tion during
a special HERBERT
called meet-
ing on Feb. 12, effective im-
This special called meet-
ing was arranged after
Herbert was charged with
misdemeanor DUI charges
in Alachua County.
According to Alachua
County Sheriff's Office,
Herbert was seen "weaving
back and forth" and driving
20 miles per hour in a 70
mph zone heading north on
State Road 93.
Herbert had failed three
sobriety tests and refused
to take a Breathalyzer, ac-
cording, to the report. He
was booked into Alachua
County Jail and charged
with DUI, failure to exhibit
a driver's license and fail-
ure to maintain a single.
The terms of his "sepa-
ration and release agree-
ment" are that he is pro-
vided "a one-time lump
sum gross payment of
$17,530.88." The payment
is to be made within 14 cal-
endar days after the "effec-
tive date," and that he and
his family continue to be
provided with health care
coverage for 90 days.
The complete agree-
ment is online at chipley-
The Board approved of

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A2 'KWashinaton County News


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

National Wear Red Day for Women celebrated

CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
Friday, Feb. 5 was the 7th Annual National Wear Red Day for Women, a public
awareness day encouraging people to "go red" and bring .attention to cardiovascular
disease, the number one killer of women in the United States. The event was celebrated at
Northwest Florida Community Hospital.

CHIPLEY-Friday, Feb. 5 was
the 7th Annual National Wear
Red Day for Women, a public
awareness day encouraging
people to "go red" and bring
attention to cardiovascu-
lar disease, the-number one
killer of women in the United .
States. The event was cele-
brated at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital..
The American Heart As-
sociation reports that heart,
.disease claims more female
lives than the next top five
causes of death in women
combined. To promote'

awareness, they encouraged
people to wear something
red, be it a three-piece suit or
a simple red pin, and "glow
red" by decorating homes
and public spaces with red
lighting or accessories.
The hospital provided
the following information on
women and heart disease:
Heart disease is not
just a man's disease, which
is why Go Red For Women is
dedicated to building aware-
ness of heart disease among
Heart disease is the No.
1 killer of women age 20 and
over, but it is largely prevent-
1 in 3 women has some

form of cardiovascular dis-
Cardiovascular disease
kills approximately 460,000
women each year, which- is*
about one every minute
More women die of car-
diovascular disease than the
next five causes of death
combined, including all
forms of cancer .
Only, 1 in 5 women be-
lieves that heart disease. is
her greatest health threat
Choosing to take care of
our hearts can help us beat
the No. Killer of women.
Research shows that
women who "Go Red" are
more likely to make healthy


Washington County arrest
reports for Feb. 8-15, 2010:
Christina Boyd, 32, Bonifay
petit theft,
Celie Brown, 19, Chipley,
produce meth
Pedro Carranza, 36, San Di-.
ego, Calif., driving while license
suspended or revoked
Author Chambers Sr., 49,
Caryville, battery
Terana Corbin, 40, Chipley,
grand theft
Christopher Daniels, 25,
possession of meth, produce
Desmond Davis, 31, Vernon,
aggravated battery
Larry Dixon, 37, Chipley,
child support Escambia County
Rebecca Duplesis, 25, Boni-
fay, Holmes County warrant for
violation of state probation on
felony possession of marijuana
Victoria Ewing, 42, Chipley,
reckless driving
Marty Faulk, 29, Chipley,
robbery by snatching, violation
state probation Holmes County
Kevin Finch, 35, Chipley, fail-
ure to pay game and fish fines
Tommy Forrester, 21, Chi-
pley, failure to register as a sex
Pendy Fortune, 42, Chipley,
possession marijuana less than
20 grams, possession of meth,
possession controlled substance
withoutprescription, possession
paraphernalia, produce meth,
possession police scanner
Paul Foster, 28, Panama
City, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked
SDavid Gipson, 24, Bonifay,
Holmes County warrant for vio-
lation of state probation for buir-
glary and larceny
Jeremy Golden, 19, Chipley,
produce meth
Mark Hunt, 42, Chipley,.j
violation county probation

on battery
Sharon Jenkins, 29, Vernon,
Holmes County warrant for
violation county probation for
worthless checks
Corene Jeiome, 27, worth-
less check
Michael Knight, 25, Altha,
possession controlled substance
without permission
Tony Lagman, 41, Cotton-
dale, possession meth, posses-
sion paraphernalia, possession
marijuana less than 20 grams
Jennifer Lynch, 30, Bonifay,
possession meth, possession
paraphernalia, possession mar-
ijuana less than 20 grams
Tracy Malig, 35, Jackson-
ville, driving while license sus-
pended or revoked
. Jessica Moore, 24, Sunny
Hills, battery
Wladyslaw Myszkowski, 54,
Arlington Heights, Ill., leaving
scene of accident
David Nelson, 28, Chipley,
driving while license suspended
or revoked
Billy Nettles, 36, Caryville,
resisting officer without vio-
lence, dealing in stolen prop-
Yolanda Shermon, 32, Jack-
sonville, possession of marijua-
na less than 20 grams
Winston Spencer, 38, Chi-
pley, dealing in stolen property
Roger Thomas, 25, Chipley,
failure to register motor vehicle,
possession paraphernalia, Hol-
mes County violation of county
probation on petit theft
Dalton Toole, 20, Chipley,
possession listed chemicals,
possession meth
John C. Webb, 50, posses-
sion marijuana less than 20
grams, possession parapherna-
lia, violation county probation
on possession of rharijuana less
than 20 grams

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February. 25, 2010, at 5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Washington County News I A3

_Info sought on counterfeit checks

Special to the News

Students Working Against Tobacco go to Tallahassee

,Special to the News
CHIPLEY On Feb. 3, 29
Washington County Stu-
dents Working Against
Tobacco (SWAT), had the
privilege of touring the
Capital in Tallahassee.
Two school sponsors,
Daragh Reed Gray and
Doug Smith, along with
the Tobacco Prevention
Specialists from the Wash-
ington County Health De-
partment, Sharron Hobbs
and Cathie Streckewald,
accompanied the students
on the trip.

The students repre-
senting both Chipley and
Vernon were allowed to
sit in the Senate Chamber
and were given a compre-
hensive overview on how
the Senate process works.
The students were also
given the opportunity to
do a mock debate con-
cerning the pros and cons
of banning candy favored
tobacco products. In ad-
dition to a tour of the
Capital buildings, by Sen.
Durell Peaden and Rep.,
Brad Drake's legislative
assistants, the students

were able to meet with
Drake and educate him
on the tobacco indus-
tries' manipulation ;: of
young people and women
with candy flavored and
brightly colored tobacco
Dueto time constraints,
the students.were unable
to meet with Sen..Peaden,
but were able to leave him
a comprehensive package
of information concerning
candy flavored products.
Washington, County
SWAT students along with
the Washington County

Tobacco Free Partner-
ship are- working to edu-
cate the community about
Candy flavored tobacco
products as well as the
health consequences of all
tobacco use. The partner-
ship is working towards
requesting a resolution to'
ban the sale of candy fla-
vored tobacco products in
Washington County.
Anyone interested
in participating ,on the
Tobacco Free Partner-
ship' should contact Sha-
ron Hobbs at 638-6240,
ext 134.

used a counterfeit check at
one Publix on Nov. 23,2009.

PANAMA CITY Investi- Investigators believe
gators with the Criminal the name she used on the
Investigations Division of counterfeit checks was not
the Bay County Sheriff's her real. name. They are
Office 'are attempting to asking for the public's help
identify a woman captured to identify this woman. She
on security video at a local appears to be in her 30s to
Publ store purchasing 40s with long dark hair. She
merchandise with counter- was wearing a white shirt
feit checks. and carried a dark colored
On Nov. 25, 2009, the shoulder bag. Anyone with
woman used counter- information on the iden-
feit checks at eight Pub- tityjof this woman is asked
lix stores from Okaloosa to call Investigator Kathi
County to the Publix on Bowker at the Bay Countmty
23rd Street in Bay County, Sheriff's Office at 747-4700
getting over $2,000 in items or Crime Stoppers at 785-
one day alone. She also TIPS.

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A4 I Washington County News

MITCHELL from page Al


Wednesday, February 17, 2010


MARIANNA Novelist and journalist Masha
Hamilton recently led a writing workshop and
cultural diversity lecture at Chipola College.
Hamilton is the author of acclaimed novels, 31-
Hours, Staircase of a Thousand Steps' and The
Camel Bookmobile. Here, Chipola Phi Theta
Kappa students Jessica Bradley (left) and Casey
Speers (right), present books to Hamilton (center)
.for the Camel Book Drive, a camel-borne library
in northeastern Kenya.


JAY FELSBERG I Washington County News
Family members joined many others in presenting Nellie Mitchell with roses Saturday.

be here."
Mitchell effectively started girls.'
sports at Vernon. "Before she .ar-
rived all there was just cheerleading
and the pep squad," Kim Simmons
Register said. Mitchell, the widow
of educator and political leader Sam
Mitchell, started volleyball (coach-
ing 1975-85), track and cross county
from girls and boys (1976-1985), and
softball (1976-85), including a trip to
the FHSSA final four in 1976.
And she also coached the
cheerleaders and the pep squad

from 1957-1978.
While Mitchell was a trendset-
ter in sports, "and she didn't like
to lose," said former player Pris-
cilla Brown, "she was always a true
southern lady in any situation,"
Connie Haskins Stufflestreet said.
"If she had it to do over again
she would do it the same," Brown
said of Mitchell's treating everyone
Her granddaughter, Kristeri
Thornton, echoed that statement,
as well as calling Mitchell, "a prayer

Washington Coun

Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, .Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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warrior who always taught us to be-
lieve in God.
"What a legacy you have given
us from generation to generation."
Softball Coach Jerry Tyre pre-
sented the new field "to the Yellow
Jacket nation" as he. and the team
joined Mitchell for the dedication.
Then former players, the Washing-
ton County School Board and others'
posed for pictures with Mitchell.
"It's wonderful," Mitchell said.
"I didn't 'deserve it but I appreciate
it." .


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MARIANNA Members of the Chipola College
Homecoming court are, from left: freshman Kaitlin
Porter of Chipley, freshman Taylor Reiff of Marianna,
freshman Ashleigh Lollie of Grand Ridge, 2010
Mr. Chipola, Quintin Beechum of Campbellton;
sophomore Tommy Melvin of Marianna; 2010
Homecoming Queen Sylvianna Garrett of
Greenwood; sophomore Tucker Nebel of Marianna;
2009 Homecoming Queen, Courtney Corbin of .
Graceville; 2009 Mr. Chippla, Kris Sampson of
Marianna; freshman Tory Brown of Orlando, junior
Anna Beth Parmer of Bonifay and sophomore Allison
Ellis of Chipley.

One killed in wreck
CHIPLEY A man has intersection, troopers said.
died following a crash Sat- An FHP report' called the
urday in a rural area'just site "a rural area without
south of Chipley. any artificial lighting."
Florida Freedom The other driver, 21-
Newspapers reports that year-old Sadie L. Pisarcik
Charles Henry Kowitz, 44, of Lynn Haven, who was
of Chipley, was killed after headed south on 77 in a
he missed a stop sign at '1991 Dodge pickup, suf-
County 276 (Clayton Road) fered minor injuries. She
and State 77 and drove into was taken to Northwest
the path of a pickup truck, 'Florida Community Hos-
according to the Florida pital.
Highway Patrol. Both drivers were wear-
Kowitz was headed east ing seat belts. Troopers
on Clayton in a 1994 Volvo said Pisarcik tried to avoid
when he drove through the the crash by braking.

ARRESTS from page Al

phetamines, possession of
drug paraphernalia, pos-
session of methamphet-
amines with intent to
distribute, obstruction of
justice and possession of
*Christopher Daniel,
25, of 2113 Winbee Road
in Chipley, was charged
with manufacturing meth-
amphetamines and pos-
session of methamphet-
amines with intent to dis-
*Celie Brown, 19, of
1452D Brickyard Road in
Chipley, was charged with
production of metham-
*Jeremy Golden, 20,
of 951 Hutchings Road in

Chipley, was charged with
production of metham-
"Having the ability to
collaborate with other ru-
ral departments such as
the Chipley Police Depart-
ment gives us invaluable
resources and exponen-
tially multiples the rate of
success during these types
of concentrated (narcotics
investigations," Haddock
"Because of the com-
bined efforts of these de-
partments as part of the
Drug Task Force, we have,
in the last six weeks, dis-
mantled sik meth labs and
.made 12 methamphet-
amines related arrests."

RESIGNATION from page Al

advertising for the position
of county manager as well
as a public works director
to be hired after the 90 days
are up.
One commissioner ob-
jected to the atmosphere
about the issue.
"This man's name has
been drug through the
mud enough," said Coun-
cil member Charles Brock.
"He's dedicated over 12
years to this county and
he's done it all under atro-
cious working conditions;
I say we finish this and let
the man get on with his
The Board approved of
Chairman Eddie Holman
filling in the position strict-
ly as an supervisor until the
90 days are up, with a vote
of 3-2, with Commissioners

Bill Howell and Joel Pate
voting no.
The question of the
chairman's eligibility for
the position came into
question but was reas-
sured by County Attorney
Gerald Holley that Holman
can fill the position as long
as he maintains a "supervi-
sor only" position. That led
to further discussion and a
special called meeting on
Tuesday, Feb. 16 to further
discuss the legal ramifica-
tions of whether Holman
could fill that position.
The Board originally
agreed that the details of
the positions and advertis-
ing would be discussed at
the next BOCC workshop
on Feb. 22.
Updates at chipleypa-

mm.wip '-,

JAY FELSBERG I Washington County News
CHIPLEY Dr. Kelly Smith,- OD and her staff at Eye Center of North Florida are joined by the
Washington County Chamber of Commerce as they celebrate the ribbon cutting at their new location in
Washington Square (State 77 south) in Chipley. The office offers a wide variety of eye care including
specialty eye surgery with state-of-the-art equipment, the largest variety of glasses in the region, a
dedicated contact lens department, and the only Low Vision Rehabilitation services in the region. The
center is also sponsoring Lasik for Local Heroes, a free Lasik procedure to a local member of the armed
forces, police officer, firefighter or nurse. Entries due.by March 31, For information about the drawing
and other services, call 638-7333 or e-mail jreal@eyecarenow.com.


.Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Washington County News I A5

Trucks throughout the ages

Larry Kelly, retired
District 3 Secretary,
Florida Department of
Transportation, called me
on a story. Larry asked
if I remembered his dad,
Emory Kelly, buying a
1978, long wheel base,
GMC truck from C. andD.
Pontiac agency in Chipley?
I recalled
a pickup
truck, but
did not
details of
body style PERRY'S
or color. PRATTLE
I could Perry Welrs
his late wife, Dorothy, by
his side in the truck.
Larry said it was a gray
truck which his dad kept
immaculately clean, well
maintained mechanically
and a vehicle he took great
pride in every regard. He
also told me the truck was
equipped with a 350 cubic
inch engine.
As years went by,
Emory drove the prized
machine less and less.
Upon retirement from the
DOT, he parked the truck
while the odometer still
showed low mileage. Decay
immediately set in.,
Now comes one Robert
Berry, Chipley resident,
retired DOT employee and
a longtime friend of Emory
Kelly. Robert became
interested in building and
racing older automobiles
and trucks. For months the
ideal racing GMC engine,
gradually declining in the
abandoned pick up truck,
kept plaguing Robert.
Finally contact was
made and the rest of the
story is history or maybe
fast becoming history. The
coveted, almost perfect,

This unidentified picture of a 1950 GMC pick up truck being serviced could be
of local origin. Can you identify the location and the parties shown?
-/ ,

engine was installed
in a 1980 Monte Carlo
Chevrolet chassis by Berry,
and his associate in the
sport, Doug Carlisle. Doug.
drives the vehicle and
participates in races in
Cottonwood and Haleburg
in Alabama. They hope to.
enter larger competition
later. "
Emory's GMC,
preceding the 1978, went to
his grandson in Houston,
Texas. Reportedly, it was
completely restored,
painted yellow and is still
in service.
Doyle Taylor owned
a new green GMC, short
body, pickup truck when
our family arrived in
Chipley. Malcolm Minchin
now owns the GMC, an
early '80s model, long body,
step side, purchased new
by his uncle Bill Minchin
while Bill was employed
at C. and D. dealership. It,
too, is a show piece.
Ruby Brock of Vernon
, kept her 1968 blue GMC
parked in the carport for

years before it was sold
just prior to her May 2009,
In my early life,
billboard signs and full
page magazine advertising
would show a full size
picture of a new GMC
truck with the only wording
being "It costs only $49
more to own a GMC."'
In 1944 my dad
purchased a 1938 GMC
work truck from Jack
Childs, owner of the
Bonifay cotton gin. He
drove the truck on many
runs to Columbus, Ga.
while working for Childs
during ginning season.
For a short time, the
prattler owned a 1953 half-
ton GMC pick up truck
purchased in Tallahassee
in Dec. 1964. It was a
"sharp" truck and your -
writer had pipe dreams of
owning it a long time and
giving it the utmost care.
The day after buying
the vehicle, my family and
I were involved in a serious
automobile accident which

hospitalized all of us for a
full week. Hester's brother,
Dan Lucas, a St. Joe.Paper
Mill employee, saw the new
purchase and immediately
fell in love with it. After our
wreck, we let Dan have the
prized item as his "mill"
truck. The good news is
that the machine gave
excellent service and ran
for many years. The bad
news.is that the chemicals
and salt water in Port St.
Joe took its toll on the
beloved GMC. Rust and
decay over came the body
causing it to give way while
the running gear remained
ready to carry on.
Your writer immediately
bought a new, 1970, green,
pickup truck from C. and D.
Pontiac to use in our Sears
business upon our arrival
here. My family accused
me of opening a business
to justify purchasing the
That truck was
passed on to Dempsey
and Tommie Guy in the
business transaction when

the Sears store was sold
to them.. Dempsey was
still using it when all the
catalog stores were closed'
by Sears.
Soon after opening the
Montgomery Ward Catalog
store, a second GMC was
purchased. It was red in
color, slightly used, but an
excellent delivery truck. It
went with the transfer of
the business to new owner,
Larry Pippin.
In 1980, our family
bought a brand new GMC,
yellow and tan in color, van
from the local C. and D.
dealership, took it to Mark
III Conversions in Ocala for
a complete transformation
into a customized camping
vehicle equipped for
traveling. We enjoyed
many trips to bluegrass
festivals and other events
in our van.
In 1971, my dad,
Hugh Wells, purchased a.
beautiful new GMC Sprint,
green, from the Chipley
agency. That vehicle
was the counterpart of
Chevrolet's El Camino.
Our mother, Marie, then
in her mid sixties, decided
that she could still learn
to drive. On her first
time driving the Sprint
alone, she crashed into a
wide, deep ditch on a clay
country road, thus sending
the short lived, highly
prized .vehicle, to its final
demise. Fortunately, mama
was not injured, but her
driving ambitions were
forever dashed.
In 1972, dad purchased
a bronze colored, long
wheel base, GMC pick
up truck in Chipley. He
boasted that this vehicle
helped him and fellow
farmer, Clyde Creel, make
money in a watermelon
growing venture than ever
See you all next week..


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Special to tho News

la College will host a
Black History Month
Program, Friday,
Feb. 26, from. 6 to
8 p.m., in the Con-
tinuing Education
building. Dinner will
be served.
The theme for the
program is "Accen-
tuating the accom-
plishments, navigat-
ing the streams of
change and poised
for the future."
The guest speaker
is the Rev. Bernard
Hudson of Havana.
Helis a 2003 graduate
of Florida A&M Uni-
versity with a B.S. in
Computer Informa-
tion Systems. He is a
Health Services and,
Facilities Consultant
supervisor with the
Agency, for Health
Care Administration.
Hudson was ap-
pointed pastor of St.
John African Method-
ist Episcopal Church '
in December of 2007.
He was ordained as
an Itinerant deacon
in 2005 in the 11th
District of the Afri-
can Methodist Epis-
copal church. He is
currently pursuing a
Master's of Divinity
from Payne Theologi-
cal Seminary.
. For information
about the event, con-
tact Dr. Willie Spires
at 718-2232.


CHIPLEY -7 Fifth United Holiness
Church Women's Department of
Chipley, along with the Christian
Women Fellowship, will -host a
black history program Monday,
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8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Saturday and Sun-

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Kaitlyn Carroll moves the ball upcourt for Ponce de Leon against Graceville.

Three-pointer gives PdL first-round regional win

Managing Editor

PONCE DELEON It was a bat-
tle between power- and finesse
and in the finesse got the win as
freshman Ashley Harper calmly
drained a three pointer with 51
seconds left to give Ponce de
Leon (25-3) the win in the Region-
al quarterfinals over Graceville
(22-6) 49-45.
The Lady Pirates faced Cot-
tondale in Ponce de Leon Tues-
day night in the next round of the
regional, playoffs. Check boni-
faynow.com and chipleypiper.
comr for updates.
Cottondale defeated Ponce de
Leon in- PDL in their only meet-
ing this year.
Poncbede Lon Coach Tim Al-
ford said that he set up the play,
"at least to give Ashley a look" at
a three after Graceville's Jessica
McClendon drained a free throw
to give Graceville a 45-43 lead
with 1:01 left in the game.
The contest was close all the
way as Graceville used its strong
inside game against Ponce .de
Leon's carefully drawn offense.
Both teams used strong defense
to. take the other out of their of-
fensive rhythm to keep the score
Wynterria Pittman's shot at
the buzzer gave Graceville a 12-
10 first-quarter lead, while Ashley
Harper's first three-pointer gave
the Lady Pirates a 23-22 halftime

Sha-Lea Yates fires the ball toward a teammate against

lead. Another Ashley Harper
three tied it 34-all after three.
Then the Lady Tigers began
to take charge. Shanekia Jones
scored five straight points to put
Graceville up 39-34 and McClen-
don's layup made it 41-34. The vis-
itors stretched their lead to 4440
before Jasmine Flock hit a three
and McClendon made a free.
throw to make it 45-43 and set up
Ashley Harper winning shot.
"We expected a battle and
that's what we got," said Gracev-
ille Coach Jon Habali. "We're
young and it shows when you're
outscored like that down the
Graceville has no seniors and
PdL has one, Kelsi Trim.
Hillary Harper and Sha-Lea
Yates each scored 13 points to
lead PDL, while Ashley Harper
had 11 points. Mychea William Id
Graceville with 13 points and Mc-

Clendon had 1.

MARIANNA Pensacola Catho-
lic met No. 8 Chipley in the second
game of the boys District 1-3A,
Tuesday, with PC edging Chipley
53-52. .
; The Tigers 26-15 trailed at the
half but came back with a 17-11
third quarter to get back in the
game. A.J. Roulhac led the Tigers
with 23 points.

Girls playoffs
*Class 1A regional quar-
terfinals: FAMU 56, Bethlehem
34. Bethlehem was led by Heidi
Kriser's eiot and Alex Potter
chipped in six for the Wildcats.
FAMU High's leading scorer, Pre-
cious Hall, scored 25 points while
Valerie Leland chipped in 20.

*Class 2A regional quarterfi-
nal: Cottondale 54, Jay 32. Shay
Wright and Kiki Paul combined
for 39 points Thursday night to
lead the Cottondale Lady Hornets
to a 54-32 win over.Jay in the first
round of the 2A playoffs. Amber
Steadham led Jay with 17 points,
with Tessa Hendricks adding 12.

Boys playoffs
District 2-2A Cottondale
60, Vernon 35. The Cotton-,
dale Hornets started hot and.
cruised to a 60-35 victory over
the Vernon Yellowjackets. Mon-
day night, in the first round of
the District 2-2A tournament in
Blountstown. Cottondale led 26-
15 athalftime.
Graceville 70, Bozeman 54.
Bozeman was eliminated by"
Graceville Monday night Lead-:
ing the Bucks were Nick Gutier-
rez with 14 points and Dylon Ken-
neywith 13.
n*District 1-2A: Jay 58, Ponce
de Leon 40.

Vemon 5, Chipley 3
CHIPLEY Josh Coppedge had
an RBI.double, Jesse Barrentine
had an RBI, and Dylan Lee had
the game-winning two-run home
run in the top of the seventh in
the preseason classic. Lee was
winning pitcher in relief. Vernon
opened its regular season Tues-
day against Ponce de Leon.

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Special to Sports
CHIPLEY The Roulhac
Middle School Lady Tiger
softball team traveled to

Grand Ridge on Saturday,
Feb. 12 to play in the 2nd
Annual Ducky Johnson Me-
morial Softball Tournament
The ladies were ready to

play beating Cottondale 15-
0 and Grand Ridge 6-2. The
Lady Tigers kicked off their
regular season Tuesday,
Feb. 16 against Bonifay

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ers from smaller schools
earned all-state honors in
Class 1A for their play last
Port St. Joe's Calvin
Pryor arid Darrell Smith'
earned first-team hon-
ors. Holmes County's
Jomar Concepcion made
the second team. Liberty
County's Terrance Evans,
.Keith McCray and Kevin
McCray and Bozeman's
Tyler Grier and Travis
Register were named
honorable mention. ,
Concepcion was a sec-.
.ond-team athlete. The
quarterback and .special
teams dynamo passed for
1,789 yards and rushed
for more than 1,000. He
also had 410 kickoff return
yards and contributed to
34 touchdowns.
:Pryor. was an offensive
and special teams catalyst
and his play netted him a
spot at athlete on the first
team. The junior rushed
for more than 800 yards,
was a potent receiver and
also lined up at quarter-
back for the Tiger Sharks,
who fell short in the Dis-
trict 2-1A tiebreaker.
Smith was a first-team
linebacker, who signed
with the .University of
Arkansas. He had 264
tackles over his final two
seasons, leading the team
both years, and was sec-
ond in the area this sea-
son behind Arnold's Cul-
len Thompson.
Evans was- listed, at
athlete after leading the
Bulldogs at 'quarterback
and safety and into the re-
gional playoffs. Keith Mc-
Cray was listed at running
back and Kevin McCray at
Register finished his
Bozeman career with
more than 1,500 yards
passing and 12 touch-
downs last season. Grier,
a running back, nar-
rowly missed his second
straight 1,000-yard rush-
ing season.
The Class 1B, 2A and
2B teams also were re-
leased, but no area play-
ers made the lists.

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at a glance

Hunters Safety
BONIFAY First Bap-
tist Church in Bonifay is
hosting an Internet only
FWC Hunters Safety
Course at FBC Bonifay
on Feb. 26 and 27., Call
Jeep Sullivan at 850-326-
1771 for more informa-

Afternoon tea
at Chautauqua
ternoon tea started in
Victoria England around
1840. This elegant cus-
tom, recreated in all it's
splendor, will, be hosted
by Ellen Mayfield, cater-
er, and the St. Agatha's
Episcopal Church Tea'
Lady Volunteers for the
2010 Chautauqua Assem-
bly. You are invited to the
home of Mrs. Joyce An-
drews, 1270 Circle DR in
DeFuniak Springs, from
2-5 on Feb. 26, 27, and 28
to enjoy the elegance and
grace of another time!
This event is in its 14th
year. All are welcome
to enjoy the chance, to
step back in time. Some'
"dress" for the occasion
while others come in
causal attire.
Reservations are
needed for large groups
since seating is limited.
Call Ellen at 850-892-2662
or 850-307-2228. Tickets
are $20 per person and
can be purchased in ad-
vance at Nook and Cran-
ny (Main Street) and Bo-
gey's (Hotel DeFuniak)
or at' the door. Profits"
benefit St. Agatha's Epis-
copal Church Preserva-
tion Fund. The church is
listed as a contributing
site on th& National Reg-
ister for the DeFuniak
Springs Historic District.
For more information

'Riding Safely in
Holmes' begins
first Monday
of the month
BONIFAY Beginning
March 8, the Holmes
County Healthy Start
will begin "Riding Safe-
ly in Holmes County."
This Program will allow
Healthy start eligible
participants (pregnant
women or families with
children 3 arid under) to
receive a carseat/boost-
er seat. The car seat
class will be held on the
first and third Monday of
each month from Sept.
30- Oct. 30. There will be
a $10 fee for participat-
ing in the class. Upon
completion of the class,
the parent or guardian
will receive a convertible
car seat or booster seat.
(Limit will be one seat
per child.)

Society......................... Page B2
Faith............................ Page B4
Classifieds... ....... Page B9

Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events' at
or www.bonifaynow.com
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The Spanish Trail Playhouse provided a celebration of dining and romance, during their Valentine's Day dinner theatre,
which included a musical presentation as well as their production of "Love Letters," the evening of Feb. 13 at the
Community Center in Vernon. ..

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Valentine's dinner theatre

production a success

Staff Writer
csDears@chipleyDaDper.com '

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S.VERlON The Spanish Trail Playhouse proy~d.da celebra-
lion of dining and romance during their Valentife's Day dinner
theatre, which included a musical presentation as well as their:t '
production of "Love Letters," the evening ofFebli13 at the Com-
munity Center in Vernon.
An Italian dinner was prepared by Chef Emil Terranova of .
the El FPorno Italian Restaurant in Elijay, Ga. while music was .
provided by members of the Spanish Trail Playhouse. ,'.
After the musical rendition, "Love Letters," a Pulit'cer win- *
ning dramatic play by A. R. Gurney which focuses only on two
characters, Melissa Gardner and Andrew Makepeace Ladd IL,
was performed. ,'.
The play is a narration of letters sent betweenGardner and
Ladd during their lives, starting from the first invitation sent by
Ladd to Gardner to attend his birthday party and ending almost
50 years later with Ladd sending a letter of sympathy to Gard-
ner's mother stating his regret of her daughter's passing.
Though the two were always apart from one another they
stayed close through their letters, which expressed the events
, of their lives, including -victories, defeats, love,, heartbreak, ,
'dreams, ambitions, trials and regret. .,...
The Valentine's Dinner was funded in part by the Washington
,County Tourist Development Council. ... '.
"I would like to thank all those who have supported us anid
made this presentation possible," said President of the Play-
house Kevin Russell. "I' look forward to seeing you all again at
our next production of 'The Curious Savage'."
"The Curious Savage" will be shown at the Spanish Trail
Playhouse March 25 27.
For more information on the Spanish Trail Playhouse, visit
their Web site at www.spanishtrailplayhouse.com.
For photos and videos visit www.chipleypaper.com and look
under photo galleries and recent videos. .

, An Italian dinner was prepared by Chef Emil Terranova of
* the El Forno Italian Restaurant in Elijay, Ga.

Music was provided by members of the Spanish Trail Playhouse.-

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Washington County Youth Fair schedule announced

Special to Extra
CHIPLEY It's time for the an-
nual Washington County Youth
Fair hosted by Washington County
4-H. Each year, youth in kinder-
garten through 12th grade have
the opportunity to exhibit projects
they have made to be judged and

awarded premiums and ribbons.
Washington County 4-H and FFA
youths will also exhibit their beef
and swine projects to be judged
and sold. The fair will be held at
the Washington County Agricul-
tural Center on U.S. Highway 90 in
Below is the fair schedule:

*Wednesday, Feb. 17, rabbit
and poultry check-in, 3-5 p.m., Ag
Center West Wing
*Thursday, Feb. 18, beef and
swine check-in, 3-6 p.m., Livestock
Barn; livestock exhibitors' meet-
ing, 6 p.m., Livestock Arena
..Friday, Feb. 18, spaghetti
supper, 4:30-6:30 p.m., auditorium

Swine Show & Showmanship,
6 p.m., Livestock Barn
*Saturday, Feb. 20, Steer
Show, 9 a.m., Livestock Barn
Heifer Show
Beef Showmanship
Livestock Auction, 6 p.m., Live-
stock Barn
Tickets for the spaghetti supper

may be purchased at the Washing-
ton County Farm Bureau or Wash-
ington County Extension Office or
from Farm Bureau members.
. For more information on the
Washington County Youth Fair,
call UF/IFAS Washington County
Extension agent Julie P Dillard at


Holmes Correctional Institution
Spotlight Employees
BONIFAY Each month, the Morale
Committee selects three staff members
to be Spotlight Employees. One employ-
ee from the work camp and two employ-
ees, one security and one non-security,
are selected from the main unit.
The selected employees are recog-
nized and given the privilege of parking
in the designated front-row Spotlight,
Employee parking spot.
February's Spotlight Employees are:
Holmes Work Camp: Patricia Hall,
clerk typist specialist
Holmes CI: Randy Jackson, academic
Holmes CI: Carey Slack, correctional
"These employees have been cho-
sen because of fheir outstanding job
performances. They often go above and
beyond their normal job duties. We are
. proud that they are members of the
Holmes CI Team," spokesperson Meldra
Jackson said.

Military BRIEFS.

Gray completes basic training
Marine Corps Pfc. Briana M. Gray,
daughter of Kristine J. Gray of Cotton- '
dale and Rhondon Gray of Cottondale,
recently completed 12 weeks of basic
training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot,
Parris Island, S.C., designed to chal-
lenge new Marine recruits both physi-
cally and mentally.

Griffin completes basic training
Marine Corps Pfc. Christopher L.
Griffin, son of Deana L. and Larry He-
drick of Bonifay, recently completed 12
weeks of basic training at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C.

:. Engagements

Jonathon NealBush, Melanie Bush '
Faircloth and Stacey Bush Enfinger are
pleased to announce the engagement and,
forthcoming marriage of their.mother,
Rhonda Arlene Bush, to Terry William
Newsome, father of Jessica Venise New-.
some and Kayla Renee Tyus.
Rhonda Arlene Bush was born in King-
sport, Tenn., to Una V Brickey Hilton and
Willard Kyle Greer (Rusty), both deceased.
Brothers of the bride, Michael Lynn Greer ,
of Inverness and Steven Preston Greer of
Blountstown, will give the bride away.
Terry William Newsome was born in
Port St. Joe to Virginia and J.C. Newsome,
both of Clarksville. Sister of the groom, Iva
Lily Watson of Panama City, will be officiat-
ing the ceremony.
A wedding ceremony will be held April
16, 2010, in Panama City. Invitations are be-:
ing sent to family and friends. After a hon-
eymoon in Branson, Mo., the Newsomes
will reside in Calhoun County.

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Seeking artwork for
display at Legends & Lore
CHIPLEY The Washington
County Arts Council is seeking
participation in the Legends &
Lore event to be held at Falling
Waters State Park April 16 and 17.
Legends & Lore organizers are
looking for a few artists interest-
ed in displaying and selling their
artwork. They are looking for
artwork that depicts nature set-
ting, regional animals and plants,
homesteads, farms or any other
artwork that would promote the
natural and cultural history of
the area. Anyone interested in
displaying artwork should con-
tact Amy Sweeney at 415-1636 or

Help asked for
uitlies for seniors
CHIPLEY The Washington
County Council on Aging is
creating an account to assist
seniors during the heating and
cooling months, when the cost
of heating and cooling become
overwhelming for those on a
fixed income. Donations can
dropped off at or mailed to Wash-
ington County Council on Aging,
1348 South Blvd., Chipley, FL
32428. The Washington County
Council on Aging now has a Web
site at www.washcocoa.com.

Guardian Ad Litem
needs volunteers
Abused and neglected chil-
dren need a voice in court. The
14th Circuit Guardian Ad Litem
Program wants these children
spoken for. Be a strong, depend-
able voice appointed by the court
to support these children. Call

638-6043 for more information
and an application.

Digital camera workshop
CHIPLEY A digital camera
workshop will be offered at the
Washington County Library,
1444 Jackson Ave. in Chipley, at
6 p.m. Feb. 25 for beginners. If
you have taken pictures before
but are new to the digital world,
have never been good at taking
pictures and have a new digital
camera, or are thinking about
getting a digital camera and'
can't decide which one to get,"
this is the workshop for you.
. While we cannot recommend.
a particular brand, we can tell
you what all the numbers mean
and which numbers you might
want to consider when buying a
Emmanuel Vann will show
you how to use your digital
camera to get the best picture
For more information, call
Linda at the Washington County
Public Library in Chipley at
638-1314. This workshop is in
partnership with the Washington
County Arts Council.

Chili cook-off
CHIPLEY The Sons of Am-
vets, Post 7, will be having a chili
cook-off Saturday, March 6, at
9 a.m. It will be at Panhandle
Shrine Club, Brickyard Road,
Chipley. This is the first of an
annual event in which the pro-
ceeds will be used to benefit our
veterans and community. Cook-
off entry fee is $15; booths for
the sale of food, crafts and other,
items may be rented for $10.
Cost of admission (includes sam-
pling chili) is $5. For kids'and 10
and under admission is free. For
entry and booth information, call
Ronny Fletcher at 850-323-0707
or James Nelson at 850-326-0541.
Prizes to be awarded.

Wild Game Expo
PONCE DE LEON The first com-
munitywide Wild Game Expo
will be held Saturday, Feb. 27, at
Ponce'de Leon High School. A

,3D Pop Up Archery Tournament
will take place from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the school soccer field.
There are no entry fees, and
registration will be on site; this
is a nonsanctioned tournament.
Concessions will be available.
The Free Wild Game Dinner
consisting of deer, pork, chicken,
quail and all the trimmings will
be served beginning at 5 p.m.
Mike Cook with One80 Outdoors
Hunting Ministries in Mobile,
Ala., will be the featured guest.
He will be showing hunting vid-
eos and talking about his hunting
adventures. Many great door
prizes will be given to those who
register ahid are in attendance.
There will be several hunting,
fishing arid other outdoor recre-
ation -related vendors on site.

Tax assistance
CHIPLEY Washington County
Council on Aging and AARP
will be taking appointments for
the 2009-2010 tax season. Tax
returns will be prepared each
Monday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
through March 15, then each
Monday from 8 a.m. to noon be-
ginning March 22 through April
12. Call the Washington County
Council on Aging at 638-6216 or
638-6217 to make an appointment.

Quit Smoking Now classes

day camps for children ages 4-
11. Camps are $25 per child for
members and $30 per child for
nonmembers. Registration is
required. Each camp is limited
to the first 15 children.
Registration for members
began Feb. 8,,and nonmember
registration began Feb. 15.
Download the brochure at www.
The StarLab Planetarium
will offer special programs on
March 15-19 and 22-26 at 2 p.m.
Learn about the night sky in
season and how to identify stars
and constellations. Shows are
not recommended for children
u. nder 5. Tickets to the StarLab
Planetarium are $1 for nonmem-
bers and free for park members.
Call 334-794-3452 to register for a
planetarium program.
Landmark Park, home of the
Alabama Agricultural Museum,
is a historical and natural sci-
ence park on US. Highway
431 N. in Dothan. For more
information and to register for
a program, call the park at 334-

Quilting retreat
DOTHAN, Ala. Landmark
Park will host a quilting retreat
Feb. 26 and 27., Sherry Burkhal-
'ter and Adele Kuszmaul, orga-
nizers of Landmark Park's fall
quilt show; will host the retreat.

CHIPLEY Are you ready to quit Participants will meet in the
smoking now? Attend our class Interpretive Center at Land-
and support group: Quit Smoking mark Park from 5-9 p.m. Feb. 26.
Now, with a curriculum devel- for a slide presentation and to
oped by ex-smokers for those begin cutting fabric. The retreat
who want to become ex-smokers. will continue.on Feb. 27 from 9
Meeting is once weekly at noon a.m. to 5 p.m. The pattern will be
on Wednesday beginning March "Boughs of Pomegranates," a 60-
3 at the North Florida Commu- by-60 pattern with appliqud, and
nity Hospital Education Room. "Scarlet Yuletide," an 80-by-80
There is no cost to attend. Indi- pattern without applique by Fig
vidual counseling is available by Tree Quilts. An evening snack,
appointment free of charge. Free light breakfast, lunch, drinks and
nicotine replacement therapy afternoon snacks will be pro-
available for class participants. vided, as well as the quilt pattern
Call Doreen Freer, R.N., at 850- and some special supplies.
415-8198 for more information. Cost for the retreat is $75,
plus paid gate admission to
Day camps, Planetarium Landmark Patk. Regular ad-,
programs at Landmark mission is $4 for adults, $3 for
programs at Landmark kids and free for park members.
DOTHAN, Ala. On March Registration is required. A sup-'
15-17 and 23-24, from 9 a.m. to ply list will be provided upon
noon, Landmark Park will offer registration.

Landmark Park is on U.S.
Highway 431 N. in Dothan. For
more information or to register,
call the park at 334-794-3452.

Meet the snakes
DOTHAN, Ala. Landmark
Park will give visitors a chance
to meet our snakes face to face
at 4 p.m. the second Sunday of
each month.
The feeding program is free
with paid gate admission. Daily
park admission is $4 for adults,
$3 for kids ages 4-15, and free for
children 3 and younger and park
Landmark Park, home of the
Alabama Agriculturdl Museum,
is on U.S. Highway 431 N. in Do-
than. For more information, call
the park at 334-794-3452.

Taters in your garden
at Landmark
DOTHAN, Ala. On Saturday,
Feb. 27, at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.,
Landmark Park will offer a pro-
gram on planting potatoes in
your kitchen garden. This pro-
gram will be presented by mas-
ter gardener and park volunteer
Tom Boyle and farm manager
Sid Brannon.
Participants will gather on
the Wiregrass Farmstead, and
Boyle and Brannon will give tips
on planting potatoes. They will
demonstrate some of the meth-
ods used 100 years ago.
These farm programs will be
offered the fourth Saturday of
every month except March, Oc-
tober and December. Other ten-
tative topics for the year include
planting peanuts and cotton,
syrup-cooking, stripping fodder,
watermelon harvest and sam-
pling, soap-making, chair-caning
and peanut-stacking.
Registration is required. The
programs are free with paid gate
admission, $4 for adults and $3
for kids. The Farm Programs are
co-sponsored by the Alabama
Agricultural Museum.
'Landmark Park is on U.S.
Highway 431 N. in Dothan. For
more information and to register
for a program, call the park at


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Delta Theta members in attendance at the District I
meeting are, from left to right, Debbie Bush, Susan
Roberts, Paula Wilson, Kathy Yarbrough, Linda
Howell, Joli Hartzog, Ruth McCrary, Beverly Helms
and Merle Jones. Not available for the photo were
Judy Riviere and Elizabeth Bell.

Women Educators

meet at Bay Point

Special to Extra

On Feb. 6, 11 members
from the local chapter of
women educators gathered
with educators from 17
other chapters at Bay Point
Marriott. Educators from
Perry to Pensacola attend-
ed. Delta Theta chapter
members who participated
were, President Joli Hartz-
og, Linda Howell, Debbie
Bush, Elizabeth Bell, Su-
san Roberts, Judy Riviere,
Kathy Yarbrough, Paula
Wilson, Beverly Helms,
Ruth McCrary and Merle
The chapter received
recognition from the state
president for increasing
the visibility of the chapter,
its members and activities.
President Joli Hartzog pre-
sented the hospitality gifts
to the directors from other
districts, in attendance.
Judy Rivere, from Chipo-
la, conducted a workshop
for the participants. Deb-
bie Bush orchestrated the
chapter's gift basket that
was raffled off to support
a statewide project, the

Southeast Regional Con-.
ference in 2013. Geraldine
DeFelix, of Phi Chapter, is
serving as District I Direc-
Delta Theta met again
in February at the PAEC
Office. Hartzog conducted
the meeting.. The group
received tips from the Pro-
fessional Growth and Ser-
vices Committee on ways
to eat healthier. Linda Tyre,
from Vernon, gave the de-
votional and Sharon Mitch-
ell asked a blessing on the
meal. Recommendations
for new members were re-
ceived. Newly elected of-
ficers, who will be installed
'in April, are: Linda Howell,
president; Elizabeth Bell,
1st vice president;. Kathy
Yarbrough, vice president;
Paula Wilson, recording
secretary; and Debbie
Bush, corresponding sec-
retary. Merle Jones will
serve as treasurer and Dr.
Beverly Helms will serve
as the parliamentarian.
The next meeting will be
held in conjunction with
Phi chapter in Marianna
on April 8 at 6 p.m.

-Special to the Extra
A huge indoor yard sale will be held on
Saturday, March 6 from 7 a.m.- noon at Poplar
Springs High School, located at 3726 Atomic
Drive.in Graceville. All proceeds will benefit the
Poplar Springs JR. Beta club's trip to Kentucky.in
June; where they will compete in seven differentL.
categories at the National JR Beta Convention'.To
donate items for the sale please contact Kim Tate"
at 850-263-6298. For any other contributions ,
contact sponsor Shirley Owens at 850-263-6260..


PONCE DI LEON Ponce de Leon's
Pre K class enjoyed- many activities"
during Homecoming week this year.
Amanda Hudson read them some
of her favorite books,-two little pigs
came for a visit and the children cel-
ebrated finishing a book program
with an ice cream party!


Sixth grade
Caleb Short, Tyler Smith
Seventh grade
Austin Burnette, Dusty Griffin,
Elisabeth Jackson, Shelby Ramer,
Shelby Rushing, Julia, Williams,
Crete Zorn
Eighth grade .
Brason English, Haley Goddin,
Taylor Manning
Ninth grade
Ashlee Freeman, Christan Ham-
ilton, Makala Hicks, Matthew Hicks,
Ethan Merchant, Stephanie Moore,
Holly Parson, Desiree Rushing
10th grade
Ty Alford, Kaitlyn Carroll, Ashley
Davis, Reid Davis, Brianna Free-
man, Dustin Landers, Brista Locke,
Jessie Martin, Logan Taylor
llth grade
Alex Roberts, Allie Rushing
12th grade
Brandi Baker, Jamie Barnhouse,
. Justin Brannon, Melodie Hinton, Ty-
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Caleb Short, Tyler Smith
Seventh grade
Dusty Griffin, Elisabeth Jack-
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Shelby Simmons, Crete Zorn
Eighth grade
Brason English, Taylor Manning
Ninth grade
Ashlee Freeman, Christan, Ham-
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Ethan Merchant, Stephanie Moore,
Desiree Rushing
10th grade
Ty Alford, Eli Burgess, Derek
Cooey, Ashley Davis, Reid Davis,
Brianna Freeman, Dustin Land-
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Tyler Smith, Logan Taylor, Alicia
llth grade
Jessica Brooks, Shanae Little,
Alex Roberts, Allie Rushing
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Brandi Baker, Jamie Barnhouse, .
Justin Brannon, Brittany Brown, .
Melodie Hinton, Tyler Hudson,
Johnny Locke, -Brittany Manning,

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Special to Extra
effort to inspire the coun-
try to help raise funds for
Children's Miracle Net-
work, the 220,000 mem-
bers of Family, Career and
Community Leaders of
America have adopted a
brand new ,National Out-
reach Campaign, called
DIG IT!, for the 2010 school
The Ponce de Leon FC-
CLA Chapter has set a goal
for the year to raise money
for Children's Miracle Net-
work. Money raised will
go to Sacred Heart Hos-
pital in Pensacola. There
will also be bake sales and
fundraising campaigns
within the school to raise
money for Children's Mir-

acle Network.
In December we were
able to go to Sacred Heart,
along with the other FC-
CLA Chapters in our coun-
ty, to meet with the direc-
tor of Children's Miracle
Network at, the hospital.
She told members about
the children in the hospi-
tal and about what servic-
es they provided. We also
talked. with some of the
children and families that
have used the hospital.
This was an eye .opening
experience for our FCCLA
members. Some of the
children had cancer that
was being treated and oth-
er had illnesses that they
were born with.
Our national spokes-
person, Simon Curtis, is
a nickelodeon actor who

beat Leukemia to follow
his dreams. His parents
met in the hospital where
each of their first spous-
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lost the fight. After' los-
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remained pen pals and
eventually got married.
Ten years later, their first
son, Simon, was diagnosed
with the same disease that.
had claimed the ones they
loved so much just a de-
,cade before.
They didn't have insur-
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luxury of having a CMN
hospital nearby to help pay
for the years of expensive
treatment Simon's care
would require. Simon beat
the odds to achieve his
dreams, but his family still

feels the repercussions of
his battle to this day.
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Delilah Bass, Mariah Burns,
Kristan Campbell, Maranda Car-
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win, Austin Knight, Trevor Mercado,
Hunter Miller, Brianna O'Neal, Anna
Robertson, Riley Seago-Werner,
Shelby Simmons, Christopher Stout,
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Eighth grade
Kaitlyn Bailey, Erika Brookshire,
Cody Goddin, D. J. Martin, Cassie
Pauley, Marissa' D. Powell, Dakota
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Melody Barney, Cody Best, Jose-
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llth grade
Taylor Bowers, Jessica Brooks,
Stephanie Carroll, Hillary Harper,
Cody Land, Shanae Little
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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

School News

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* Ponce de Leon Elementary HONOR ROLL


Second grade
Kaeli Brannon, Colby Bryan,
Malacie Campbell, Amber Knight,
Hannah Lamarre, Heather Rush-
ming, Kyndall Tate, Bryce West
Third grade
Abby Alford, Kelby Contreras,
Savanah Hougland, Briar Jones,
Micah McVay, Cameron Paulk,
Zachariah Prescott, Hunter Red-
mon, Cheyenne Skipper
Fourth grade
William Epps, Britni Godwin,
Angela Grant, Nicholas Hugu-
ley,- Charmayne Jackson, Ashley
Meeks, Mikayla Morgan, Alex-
ander Parson, Madison Powell,
Amanda Rushing, Taylor Sasnett,
Colten Short, Randi Tolbert, Taylor
West -
Fifth grade
Taylor Brannon, Makayla Davis,
Nicholas Price, Robert Rushing

'AB' honor roll
Allie Alford, Jessica Bowden,
Tyler .Boyette, Koleman Brooks,
Luke Byrd, Marissa Campbell, Da-
vid Chapman, Kai Cruz-Findley,
Madisen Donaldson, Jordan Dra-
gula, Richard Driggers, Charles
Edwards, Joseph Ellis, Joshua
Fair, Matthew Freeman, Gage Gal-
loway, Brian Grant, Caitlyn Graves,
Stephen Grecco IV Skyler Hager,
Hannah Harris, Logan Harris,
Shealeigh Hudson, Colby Jones,
Hannah Leathers, Hope Lee,
Jamison Lewis, Daniel Lightner,
Jonathon Lindsey, Faith McGowan,
Lindy Motley, Carlie Myers, Amylia
Pringle, Alex Pritchett, Kayleigh

Rhodes, Hope Sasnett, Bailey Slay,
Shannon Tolbert, William Worley,
Darren Yates, Hunter Young
First grade
Summer Alford, Turner Arban,
Taylor Burgess, Ava Byrd, Tay-
lor Callahan, Alexandria Creel,
Kayla Daimler, Adam Eldridge,
Gavin Harrington, Jesse Hicks,
Troy Huguley, Cheyenne Johnson,
Alyssa Knowles, Hope Krueger,
Tia Leathers, Christian Leavins,
Levi Leavins, Ethan Lee, Lela
Lewelling, Ruby Lindsey Macken-
zie Mckee, Logan Myers, Lauren
Petty, Alicia Prather, Kypten Red-
mon, Kirra Reynolds, Roger Rice,
Coleman Scott, Courteney Short,
Stetson Simmons, Jocelyn Skiv-
ington,Joelyn Smith, Alexis Taylor,
Alejandro Teck, Makayla Thomas-
son, Macy Ward, Thomas West,
Hannah Wilson, Destiny Yates,
Gracie Young *
Second grade
Joseph Carroll, Kimberly Da-
vis, Makenzie Davis, Lacey Ed-
wards, Cortney Freeman, Jordyn
Frost, Dakota Grantham, Katrina
Griffiths, Logan Hicks, Sailor Lang-
ner, Larry Lightner, Chazadie Lind-
sey, Garrett McVay, Jordan Rolling,
Wesley Rushing, Joyce Simmons,
Isabela J. Teck, Timothy Thomas,
Sydney Watson, Chloe Weavers
Third grade
Alan Carroll, Kaitlyn Craft, Sage
Cruz-Findley, Haleigh Dunn, Rob-
ert Griffiths, Ethan Harris, Jesus
Hernandez, Charles Holley, Chris-
topher Johnson, Sterling Johnson,
Emily Knoblock, William Larrick,
Cary Miller, Easton Permenter,
Baylee Reynolds, Haley Rodgers,
Marissa Rushing, Tyson Sutton,
Clara Sweat, Michael Tadlock,
Daisy Ward

Fourth grade vis, Nicholas Price, Robert Rush- Second grade
Bailey Arban, William Bishop,. ing, Koby Townsend Kyle Alford, Malacie Campbell,
Jacob Butts, Jade Covington, Ryan Joseph Carroll, Kimberly Davis,
Eldridge, Sierra Gillis, Olivia Hall, 'AB' honor roll Makenzie Davis, Lacey Edwards,
Delanie' Harlow, ,Walker How- Cortney Freeman, Jordyn Frost,
ell, Christopher Hudson, Gracie Kindergarten Katrina Griffiths, Logan. Hicks,
Mclean, Bethany Miller, Marissa Allie Alford, Jessica Bowden, Hannah Lamarre, Sailor Langner,
Moran, Willow Motley, Jocelynn Tyler Boyette, Koleman Brooks, Larry Lightner, Chazadie Lind-
O'Steen, Mahaley Owen John Pow- Marissa Campbell, David Chap- sey, Garrett McVay, Christopher
ers, Madison Rudd, Victoria Shortt, man, Kai Cruz-Findley, Madisen Ponds, Jordan Rolling, Joyce Sim-
Bryson Slay, James Waddell, Aka- Donaldson, Jordan Dragula, Rich- mons, Isabela J. Teck, Timothy
cea Weavers ard Driggers, Charles Edwards, Thomas, Sydney Watson, Chloe
Fifth grade Joshua Fair, Matthew Freeman, Weavers
Mikayla Appelt, Rebecca Bow- Gage Galloway, Brian Grant, Third grade
ers, Logan Burgess, Nathan Frost, Caitlyn Graves, Skyler Hager, Alan Carroll, Kaitlyn Craft,
Joshua George Tyler Griggs, Ma- Hannah Harris, Logan Harris, Sage Cruz-Findley, Haleigh Dunn,
gen Jennings, Raven Leavins, Shealeigh Hudson, Dylan Hurst, Benjamin Geruc, Jesus Hernan-
Ashton Locke, Breanna McDuffie, Colby Jones, Hannah Leathers, dez, Christopher Johnson, Em-
Robert Austin Shirley, AleMn- Hope Lee, Jamison Lewis, Daniel ily Knoblock, William Larrick,
der tone, Mollie Sweat, Morgan Lightner, Jonathon Lindsey, Faith Jonathan Moore, Christian Pea-
Thomas, Koby Townsend, Isum McGowan, Lmdy Motley,, Carlie cock, Easton Permenter, Hunter
Turner, Christian Ward, Clayton Myers, Alex Pritchett, Kayleigh Redmon, Baylee Reynolds, Haley
Williams Rhodes, Hope Sasnett, Darren Rodgers, Marissa Rushing, Chey-
Yates, Hunter Young enne Skipper, Tyson Sutton, Clara
2N GRADING PERIOD *First grade Sweat, Michael Tadlock
2ND GRADING PERIOD Summer Alford, Turner Arban, Fourth grade
All M Timber Bradley, Taylor Burgess, Bailey Arban, Jade Covington,
Ava Byrd, Taylor Callahan, Alexan- Ryan Eldridge, Sierra Gillis, Britni
Second grade dria Creel, Kayla Daimler, Adam Godwin, Olivia Hall, Charmayne
Kaeli Brannon, Colby Bryan, Eldridge, GaviHarrington,Jesse Jackson, Marissa Moran, Willow
Amber Knight, Heather Rushing, Hicks, Troy Huguley, Cheyenne Motley, Jocelynn O'Steen, Mahaley
Kyndall Tate, Bryce West Johnson, Alyssa Knowles, Hope Owen, Madison Powell, Madison
Third grade Krueger, Tia Leathers, Chris- Rudd, Colten Shbrt, Bryson Slay,
Abby Alford,; Kelby .Contreras, tian Leavins, Levi Leavins, Lela Charlenna Stephens, James Wad-
Robert Griffiths, Savanah Houg- Lewelling, Ruby Lindsey, Mack- dell, Akacea Weavers
land, Briar Jones, Micah Mc- enzie McKee, Nicholas McSpad- Fifth grade
Vay, Cameron Paulk, Zachariah den, Jordon Merrell, Tyler Moran, Mikayla Appelt, Ravynn Ben-
Prescott Logan Myers, Lauren Petty, Alicia ton, Rebecca Bowers, Logan
Fourth grade Prather, Kypten Redmon, Kirra Burgess, Nathan Frost, Joshua
William. Epps, Angela Grant, Reynolds, Roger Rice, Shane Sas- George, Cassidy Goodwin, Tyler
Walker Howell, Nicholas Huguley, nett, Coleman Scott, Courteney. Griggs, Brandon Hewett, Magen
Ashley Meeks, Bethany Miller, Mi- Short, Stetson Simmons, Jocelyn Jennings, Raven Leavins, Ashton
kayla Morgan, Alexander Parson, Skivington, Joelyn Smith, Alexis Locke, Breanha McDuffie, Robert
Amanda Rushing, Taylor Sasnett, Taylor, Alejandro Teck, Makayla Austin Shirley, Alexander Stone,
Randi Tolbert, Taylor West Thomasson, Macy Ward, Thomas Mollie Sweat, Morgan Thomas,
Fifth grade West, Hannah Wilson, Destiny Amante Tolbert, Isum Turner,
Taylor Brannon, Makayla Da- Yates, Gracie Young Christian Ward, Clayton Willianis

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Tyler Nixon, Dishaal Patel,
Keaton Peak, Desirae Pratt

Sixth grade
Delilah Bass,
Burnette, Mariah
Jessica Godwin,


Miller, Brianna O'Neal, Ri-

ley Seago-Werner, Christo-
pher Stout, Tony Summer-
lin, Julia Williams
Seventh grade
Delilah Bass, Kristan
Campbell, Maranda Car-
roll, Tyler Cullifer, Camden
Davis, Nikki Demauro, Jes-
sica Godwin, Austin Knight,
Trevor Mercado, Anna Rob-'

ertson, Riley Seago-Wer-
ner, Shelby Simmons, Chris
Stout, B.J. Travis, Julia Wil-
Eight grade
Brittany Alford, Kaitlyn
Bailey, Erika Brookshire,
Haley Goddin, Marissa
D. Powell, Dakota Pryor;
Boone Slay, Seth Stafford

Ninth grade ,
Cody Best, Josephine
Carlson, Mossad El San-
kary, Mercedes Fuller, Ash-
ley Harper, David Lindsey,
Holly Parson, Klayton Peak
10th grade
Ashley Brooks, Ian Car-
michael, Kaitlyn Carroll,
Clay Jackson,. Kacie Kol-

metz, Jaicee Mayo, John
Sumpter, Kaycee Tate, Sky-
lar Vickery, Amanda Wright
llth grade
,Taylor Bowers, Stepha-
nie Carroll, Hillary Harper,
Cody Land, Madalyn Mc-
Combs, Chad Tidwell
12th grade
Lakisha Cassidy, Justin

Ellis, Morgan Ford, Ste-
phen Grant, Jessica Her-
ring, Randi Hudson, John
Lewelling, Reva Locke,
Michael 'Lunt, Tyler Mayo,
Alan Parson, Samantha
Radney, Tori Rushing, Tim-
othy Sewell, Andy Staffdrd,
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Cold weather stirs talk of global warming

After, a person lives
in Florida for a few
years, anything under 50
degrees becomes cold
weather, and we have C
had a lot of weather
under 50 lately even
some in the 30s.
So may I ask why is FROM
there so much talk and HE/
concern about global .m
warming? When I was in
school, warm meant not cold.
There is a lot of money being
spent actually I should say
being collected by politicians
and the Hollywdod elite to fight
global warming. But somebody
needs to ask them where are
they spending the money, where
is the army that is actually fight-
ing this so-called global warm-
ing? I'm sure some of it is help-
ing to warm somebody's wallet,
but we won't go there.
Lately I have seen reports
from both sides in the science
world. Some who say we must
stop sending pollutants that are .
destroying the O-zone in the air,


while others are saying
there are only Chicken
Little claims that the
sky is falling and that we
should be more afraid
of the Ice Age returning
(Fox News).
More are saying that
global warming is all a:
hoax, which is what I

I believe we have po-,
litical leaders in Washington D.C.
who are pushing toward a one-
world government, and they are
using the scare of global warm-
ing to sign a treaty that will put
us in position for, it.
What has gotten to me and
has caused me to finally address
this issue is they have begun us-
ing the sympathy card. They are
putting children in front of the
cameras and telling them to tell
us to save the world for them. If
I were a betting man, I would bet
that the people using children to
help warm the pockets of these
global warming gurus are the
same people who endorse the

cruel murder of innocent chil-
dren through abortion. If that is
so, don't they realize there won't
be any children to save the work
Let me give you something
else to think about. If global
warming is a real problem, can
any amount of money raised by
the elite, coming from the poor,
actually reverse it? Is global
warming actually caused by hair
spray, refrigerants and fuels be-
ing released into the air, or is the
Earth getting warmer because
it is getting closer to the Sun, as
it has since God created it to do
That's right; I have read
where scientist says that the
Earth continues to move closer
to the Sun and always has as
the Sun gets smaller as it burns
out, which explains a lot of
things as-I see it. .
, Something else we.should
take note of is that in 2 Peter
3:10, Peter writes, "But the day
of the Lord will come as a thief :
in the night; in the which the

heavens shall pass away with a
great noise, and the elements
shall melt with fervent heat, the
d earth also and the works that
are therein shall be burned up"
So what better way would
there be for this to take place,
'than after God has removed His
church from this Earth, purged
it through the tribulation period
with the great plagues, which
may include darkened skies and
great heat and fire falling upon
the Earth, because God has al-
lowed the Earth and the Sun to
become closer to each other?
In my simple mind, it works.
Then I come again to the ,
conclusion that if it is the Sun*
and the Earth are getting closer
together because it is in God's
wonderful plan, then how in this
world is money being sent any-
where going to change a thing?
It's not money being sent to
Hollywood or politicians that
is going to save this world, but
prayers being sent up to a Holy
God and receiving His forgive-

'ness for our sins, by receiving
the gift of eternal life purchased
by His son Jesus Christ on the
If the globe is warming, it
should not send us into some
doomsday syndrome of fear, but
into a time of rejoicing and shar-
. ing as we can see the Word of
God being fulfilled right before
our eyes, and that our redemp-
tion is drawing near. Halleluiah!
(Luke 21:25-28) No, it's not time
to run to the hills, but it's time to
be broken before a loving, Holy
'God Who has made preparations
for everyone to live with 'Him in a
place where there will be no fear,
lying or death (Romans 3:10,23;
5:12; 5:8; 6:23 and 10:9-13).,
This message has been
brought to you from the heart of
Tim Hall, senior pastor, Gully
Springs Baptist Church, and
author of "Church Go To Hell!
Please?" PO. Box 745, 2824 High-
way 90 West Bonifay, FL 32425.
Located 3 miles west of the light
at Highway 79, 850-547-3920, e-
mail timhall.2000@yahoo.com.

Ministry BRIEFS

Angel Food Ministries
BONIFAY New Smyrna
Assembly of God Church,
host site for Angel Food
Ministries, is taking orders
for February. The last day
to order is today, Wednes-'
day, Feb. 17; delivery will
be on Saturday, Feb. 27.
Angel Food Ministries
reserves the right to sub-
stitute any of the items
due to availability, cost
'and quality. Food Stamps'
(EBT) are accepted. Call
Sister Julie at 547-9559,
between 9 a.m. and noon
on Monday, and from 1-6
p.m. on Wednesdays for a
list of items available and
to place an order. Order on,
line at www.angelfoodmin-
istries.com with a credit or
debit card and pick up at
New Smyrna.
For more information
about Angel Food Minis-
tries and to see a detailed
list of items available, visit

VERNON Unity Baptist'
Church of 3274 River Rd.,
in Vernon would like to

invite you to a revival Feb.
21-27 at 6 p.m. nightly. For
more information call 535-
4669 or 956-1272.

BCF adds faculty
tist College of Florida in
Graceville announced an
addition to the business
concentration in the Lead-
ership and Christian Edu-
cation degree as M.J. Albin
joined the faculty in Janu-
ary. Albin comes to BCF
with more than 27 years
of teaching experience, as
well as an impressive voca-.
tional background.
Albin was born in New
Orleans, but claims Pasca-
goula, Miss., as his home-
town. He and his wife,
Edith, have one son, Marc,
who lives in Austin, Texas,
and one daughter, Molly,
who lives in Fort Walton.
Albin retired after 22
years of teaching at the
University of Southern
Mississippi when his two
grandsons enticed him and
his wife to move to Florida.
They spend three days per
week in Jackson County
teaching at BCE.
During the Spring Se-

mester, Albin is teaching
three business classes
found in the Bachelor of
Arts in Leadership and
Christian Education de-,
gree: accounting, econom-
ics, and business law and

Top 30 Bull Riding
BONIFAY God is Faith-
ful Ministries presents the
Second Annual Top 30 bull
riders versus the Top 30
bulls in the southeast on
Saturday, March 20, and
Sunday, March 21 at Me-
morial Field in Bonifay.
Activities include bull
riding, freestyle bullfight-
ing, games, pony rides and
more than $6,000 in prize
money. .
On Saturday, the gates
open at 5 p.m. with the
bull riding starting at 6:30
p.m. On Sunday, Cowboy
Church is at 11 a.m. with
a special guest to be an-
nounced. Rodeo events
that start at 2 p.m. are
Mutton Bustin, Calf Rid-
ing, Steer riding and Jr.
Bull riding.
On Saturday, advance

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Is that a casket in the corner?

in the


GRACEVILLE -- Often the first day of class
is filled with trepidation as professors in-
troduce the semester's coursework, but
can you imagine what goes through the
minds of young men when they are greet-
ed by a shiny gray and white casket sitting
in the corner of their classroom?
Hundreds of baptisms, communions,

weddings and funerals have taken place on
the campus of the Baptist College of Flor-
ida in Graceville throughout its 66-year
history because of the pastoral leadership
classes. Anyone seeking a ministry degree
at BCF must take the course, consisting


Don't allow looks to slow

spreading the gospel

Have you ever looked at some-
one and thought that they would
not be a good Christian?
Maybe the lifestyle they lead .
or the job they are in caused you
to think that. Christ never said
that we were to pick and choose
who we would tell about the
gospel, and even Christ Himself LET
showed no partiality in those who LIGHT
he taught. We!
I believe we need to stop look-
ing at the outward shell of a person and
start thinking about the soul that lies
within. Everyone has the right to hear
the gospel, and we as Christians have
been given the responsibility to share it
with others. The following is an interest-
ing e-mail I received that talks about the
way we today might judge one's ability or
character and then contrasts that with
the way Christ looked at individuals. The
author of the following is unknown.

TO: Jesus, Son of Joseph The Wood-
crafter's Carpenter Shop Nazareth 25922
FROM: Jordan Management Consul-
tants Jerusalem 26544
RE: Personnel Evaluations
Thank you for submitting the resumes
of the twelve men you have picked for
managerial positions in your new orga-
nization. All of them have now taken our
battery of tests, and we have not only
run the results through our computers,
but also arranged personal interviews
for each of them with our psychologist
and vocation aptitude consultant.
It is the opinion of the staff that most
of your nominees are lacking in back-
ground, education and vocational apti-
tude for the type of enterprise you are
undertaking. They do not have the team
concept. We would recommend that
you continue your search for persons
of experience in managerial ability and
proven capacity. We have summarized

the findings of our study below:
Simon Peter is emotional, un-
stable and given to fits of temper.
Andrew has absolutely no quality
of leadership: The two brothers,
James and John, the sons of Ze-
bedee, place personal interests
above Company loyalty. Thomas
cYOUR demonstrates a questioning at-
SHINE. titude that would tend to under-
Webb mine morale.
We believe it is our duty to
tell you that Matthew has been black-
listed by the Greater Jerusalem Better
Business Bureau. James, the son of
Alphaeus, and Thaddeus, definitely have
radical leanings. Additionally, they both
registered high scores on the manic de-
pressive scale.
However, one of the candidates shows
great potential. He's a man of ability
and resourcefulness; he is a great net
worker; has a keen business mind; and
has strong contacts in influential circles.
He's highly motivated, very ambitious
and adept with financial matters. We
recommend Judas Iscariot as your Con-
troller and Chief Operating Officer. All
the other profiles are self-explanatory.
We wish you the utmost success in your
new venture.
What if Jesus had chosen the twelve
based on the modern methods of leader-
ship selection.? Most of them would have
never had a chance to participate. Jesus
chooses people not for who they are, but
for what they can become in Him. Aren't
you glad that when Jesus looked at you,
He didn't take you for what you were (a
sinner); but He took you for what you
could be? Jesus sees the potential in all
of us, and has called us to be disciples.
Jesus is still saying, "Follow Me!"
This message has been provided by
Wes Webb, evangelist, Chipley Church of
Christ, 1295 Brickyard Rd. Chipley, FL
32428; 850-638-2366.


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BRIEFS from page B6

tickets will be $8 for adults and $6 for
children. Gate tickets will be $10 for
adults, $8 for children and children
five and under are free. On Sunday
all tickets are only $6. A portion of
the proceeds to benefit ovarian can-
cer awareness.
For more information contact
Jerrod Jenkins 863-634-9517, Jamie
Hightower 850-708-1213, or Josh
Hodge 850-258-0910.

Gospel Jam
New Orange Baptist Church,
located at 728 Alford Rd. is having a
Gospel Jam on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 6
p.m. A covered dish meal will follow.
You are invited to come and enjoy
this time of worship and praise.

Otter Creek Methodist sing
Heirs will be singing at Otter Creek
Methodist Church, Saturday, Feb.
20, at 7 p.m. The church is located
four miles north of Ponce de Leon off
Highway 81. Everyone is invited.

Participate in worship at BCF
GRACEVILLE Following the

Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville's preview day activities
on Friday, March 12, there will be a
combined worship experience enti-
tled "I AM" incorporating students,
faculty, staff, prospective students,
and guests from the community.
The inspirational musical "I
AM," conducted by BCF Music and
Worship Division Chair Don Odom
will feature 2006 Church Music
graduate Stephen Wolgamott as
the guest soloist. Wolgamott, serv-
ing as the Worship Pastor at the
First Baptist Church in Leesburg,
is married to Jennifer, 2005 BCF
Church choirs, praise teams, and
music groups are invited to-attend
rehearsal at 3:30 p.m. and experi-
ence the once-in-a-lifetime perfor-
mance open to the public at 7 p.m.
in the R. G. Lee Chapel. Individuals
who would like to participate should
contact the BCF Music and Worship
Division at 850-263-3261 ext. 427 to
get all of the details.

Kid's Closet
The First Presbyterian Church
Kids' Closet will be open this

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Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010 front
until Noon. The closet is loca
1063 Circle Dr. in the Henry I
Education Building. For more
mation please call 892-5832.
Closet is joyfully providing bas
cessities -to infants and toddl
families in need in Walton Cou

Lenten services at
St. Joseph The WorkE
CHIPLEY The following I
services will be held at St. J
The Worker Catholic Church
Main St./Highway 77 in Chiple
*Ash Wednesday Penance
Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 6 p.m.;
*Stations of the Cross at I
on Wednesday during Lent;
*Parents with Toddlers lun
on Feb. 28 after Sunday Mass;
*Adult Bible Study every
day at 10 a.m. during Lent.
*Mass is held Tuesdays at
and Sundays at 11 a.m. Earl;
bingo games begin at 6:30 p.
Tuesday, followed by regular
sions at 7 p.m.
For more information cal
638-7654, Tuesdays and Thursi
a.m. to 2 p.m.

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SHouses of WORSHIP

African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev
Larry Brown.
NewBethel 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
Gdd:'2060 Bethlehem Road in the'
Kynesville area. Pastor is Jerry
Ebro Assembly of God: State 79
.,South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins. .
Faith Assembly of God: Underwooi
Road behind Poplar Springs School.
Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N.
Main St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Graceville First Assembly of God:
5565 Brown St. Pastor is Charles
Lighthouse Assembly of God: 1201
S. Waukesha St. (State 79), Bonifay.
Sunday School 10 a.m., Sunday
services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., every
second Wednesday fellowship supper
Pastor is Michael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God:
1923 Highway 173, six miles north of
Bonifay. Pastor is the Rev. Ben Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just
off Highway 177-A north of Bonifay.
Pastor is Danny Carnley.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God:
Highway 179-A off Highway 2. Pastor
Thomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Highway 179-A, eight miles north of
Westville. Pastor is the Rev. Clyde
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Highway 280
at Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Leor
New Life Fellowship Assembly of
God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley. Pastor
Vince Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles north
of Bonifay. The Rev. Josh Garner is
Noma Assembly of God: 1062
Tindel St., Noma. Pastor is Jerry Leisz
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N. Rangeline St., across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin Bell
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Highway 177-A. Pastor George
Vernon Assembly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hpll.
Wausau Assembly of God:
Highway 77. Pastor is Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God:
Highway 181 North. Pastor is Lavon
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Dawkins
Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing
Hills Road in Chipley. Pastor is Jesse
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north of
Bonifay on Highway 79. Pastor is Ed
Bethlehem Baptist: Highway 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey
Road a half-mile off Highway 81.
Pastor is David Hidle.
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 ol
.Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street
Pastor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South
Blvd. Pastor is Michael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will Baptist:
1387 South Blvd. Pastor is Ben Hull.
East Pittman Freewill Baptist:
half-mile north of Highway 2 on 179.
Eastside Baptist: Highway 277,
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N. Highway
79. Pastor is Ryan Begue.

Evergreen Missionary Baptist:
V. 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 thp Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249
Highway 179. Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Thrde 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 northwest Holmes County. Pastor is
Stacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale..
Pastor is Henry Matthews,,, .: .
d Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist:.
1233 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley.
Pastor is Dr. H.G. McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
Highway 2, one mile west of Highway
79 in Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049
Sanders Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Rudolph Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist:
James Paulk Road off Highway 177.
Pastor James Carnley.
r. New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 2 and .179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood.
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.
n Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of
Orange Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads,
southeast of Chipley.
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east
of Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485
Gainer Road. Pastor is Phillip Gainer.
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist,
816 Sunday Road, Chipley. Pastor is
the Rev. James Johns.
I Piney Grove Free Will Baptist:
z. 1783 Piney Grove Road, south of
Chipley. Pastor is Tim Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist:
. 1900 Pleasant Hill Road.
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is
the Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baltist: 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor is
John Howell.
St. John Free Will Baptist: St. John's
Road, Bonifay.
St. Matthew's Missionary Baptist:
4156 St. Matthew's Road, Caryville.
Pastor is the Rev. James Johns.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555 '
Kynesville Road (Highway 276)
between Cottondale and Alford. Pastoi
is Donnie Hussey.
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: 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev.
Marcelious Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886
Sunny Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike
Unioo Hill Baptist: Highway 177,
a mile south of Highway 2. Pastor is
Maurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road,
Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsee
f Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church
St., Vernon.
Wausau First Baptist: Highway 77.
The Pastor is Chris Burghoff.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W.
Indiana Ave.
Blessed Trinity Catholic: Highway
177-A in Bonifay.
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic:
Highway 77 South, Chipley, 850-638-
St. Theresa Catholic Church: Sunny
y Hills Boulevard, Chipley.
Church of Christ

Chipley Church of Christ: 1295
Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is minister.
Esto Church of Christ:-1247 N.
Highway 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey.
Church of God by Faith: 3012
Church St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T.
Powell. ,
Tabernacle of Praise Church of
God: Highway 77 South. Pastor is
Victor Fisher.
Church of God in Christ
Spirit-Filled Church of God
in Christ: 2128 Pate Pond Road,
Caryville. Pastor, is Elder Tony Howard.
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of
God in Christ: 739 Seventh St. (next to
the National Guard Armory) in Chipley.
Pastor is David Woods Jr.
Church of.God In Prophecy
New Bayview Church of God of
Prophecy:.1097 New.Bayview Church
Road, Bonifay. Pastor Sylvia Foskey.
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386
W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pastor is
Ernest Dupree.
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Highway
90 West, Chipley. Vicar is Ward S.
Harris Chapelr Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179.
Pastors are the Rev. Norman and Judy,
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin
Road, Cottondale. I
Third United Holiness: 608 W.
Eighth Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Arthur Fulton.
Masid Dawah, 800 E. Highway 90,
Bonifay. Dr. M. Yunis, 547-4284.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: 2048 Highway 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: Highway 90, Bonifay.
Temples are available in Dothan
and Panama City.
Lutheran ',
Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
Bonifay. Interim pastor is Jerry Conley.
Methodist *
Bethlehem United Methodist: .
Highway 177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodist:
Oklahoma Street.
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
miles west of Miller's Crossroads on
Highway 2. Pastor is John Hijkle.
Chipley First United Methodist:
1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist:
Highway 173 N., 10 miles from
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.
s Orange Hill United Methodist: ,
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road.
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist:
North of Ponce de Leon off Highway
81 (look for sign).
Pleasant Grove United Methodist:
r 2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinson
Poplar Head United Methodist: 1.5
miles north of Highway 2 on Highway
Red Hill United Methodist: State
Road 2, two miles west of SR 79..
Pastor is the Rev. Buddy Pennington. '
Vernoni United Methodist Church;
3540-A Main St., Vernon; 535-2655;
Pastor Steve McCoy.
Wausau United Methodist: Highway
Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley.
Pastor is Elder Billy Wilson and
Assistant Pastor is Evangelist B.
y First United Pentecostal: 1816
Highway 90 W., Chipley. Pastor is
James Caudle.
First United Pentecostal: 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor
Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pentecostal:
1885 Highway 179-A, Westville. Pastor
is Ray Connell.
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills
and Greenhead. Pastor is Larry
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
y Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is Louis
D. Brown.
Turning Point First United

Pentecostal: Highway 90 West,
Chipley. Pastor is James.Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness:
2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor is James
1 Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth
Seventh-day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
Assembly: 3253 Highway 2. Pastor is
Bobby Tidwell.
Bonifay Bible Church, Living,
Loving God, old Howell Chevrolet
building, Tuesdays and Thursdays at
6:30 p.m. each night; Sunday, 2:30-
4:30 p.m. T.G. Hobbs, pastor.,
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826
N. Caryville Road. Pastor is Devon
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev.
Teddy Joe Bias. ,.
Caryville Evangelistic Center:
Wright's Creek Road in Caryville, just
north of Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne
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
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St..(old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach: .
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch,
Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton
Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley. Pastor is
Joey Robbins.
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2.5 miles west of Alford at 1772
Macedonia Road. Pastor is James
Faith Covenant Fellowship:
Highway 277 half-mile south of 1-10.
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock
Hill Church Road.
Grace & Glory Worship Center:
1328 Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor is
Debbie Williams.
Graceville Community: 1005 E.
Prim Ave. Pastor Dale Worley.
Holmes Valley Community.Church:,
3550 Fanning Branch Road, Vernon.
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 Sundays, 2 p.m. Off Highway
New Effort Church: New Effort
Church Road, Bonifay. Pastor is Brent
New Faith Temple Church of
Prayer FEA.R; 841 Orange Hill Road,
Chipley; 638-4982; Pastor Annie
Holmes. .
Northwest Florida Christian,
Church: 4465 Highway 77 (meets
Sunday at
6 p.m. for Bible study). Pastor is Fred
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins
Bridge Road, Bonifay. 32425. Pastors:
B.T. Owens and James Bush.
The Potter's Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and Sheila
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale.
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Road,
Chipley. Just 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the Rev. S.
J. Cunningham.
Spirit and the Bride Harvest
Ministries, 2059 Highway 177, Bonifay,
FL 32425; Pastors Mike and Debbie
Sasser; 850-373-7712.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Highway
77. Pastor is William E. Holman.
Vernon Evangelistic: Highway 79.
Pastor Keith Mashburn.
White Double Pond: Pastor is
Michael Monk. .
The Word Church: 335 Alford
Road, Cottondale. Pastors are Buddy
and Jeanne Steele.

of lessons, in leadership,
worship, administration of
the Lord's Supper and bap-
tisms, as well as officiating
weddings and funerals.
This practical training
course is both daunting and
exciting for first-time pas-
tors and. even those with
previous exposure.
"I have 10 years of ex-
perience as a pastor, but
never liked funerals. It is
difficult to think about the
heartache involved," fresh-
man David Ellis said.
Each student is required
to present three funeral
sermons before the end of
the semester. The sermons
are planned for the death
of a child or infant, the un-
timely death of a teenager,
and the death of an unsaved
While the funeral ser-
mons, are said to be the
most challenging part of
the course, sophomore
Donald Files said, "Bap-
tism is the most thrilling
part of the class because it
shows the evangelistic pro-
cess at work. To move from
an audience member to the
officiant's position, you get
to see the completion of
work as 'people are saved
and continue through with
believer's baptism." ,
S Typically, when a church
calls' a pastor, they expect-
* him to know how to preach,
perform weddings, bap-
tisms, funerals and com-
munion. '
BCF not only teaches
ministers techniques for
effective preaching, but
provides practical applica-,
tions for' all of the pastoral
ministry responsibilities
within a church. "Perform-

ing baptisms, weddings and
funerals are all a humbling
experience, they are ways
the Lord uses us in His
work," Ellis said.
Preaching Professor Ed
Scott is teaching the course
this semester and Files
said, "He doesn't just give
information or instructions;
he backs it up with experi-
ences covering many differ-
ent aspects of service."
One of the aspects thor-
oughly covered is what
pastor search committees
are seeking from potential
"We have learned that
there is a process to becom-
ing an effective minister,"
Carl Basey, BCF sopho-
more, said. "First we must
be preachers, then pastors,
and lastly, leaders. You have
.to earn leadership."
"The great thing about
this course is its practical-
ity and the confidence we
leave with," Ellis said.
Files summed up-the
heart of this program when
he said, "You can make mis-
takes in the classroom, but
to go into the field, into a
church, knowing that when
we encounter that first bap-
tism, wedding, communion
or funeral, it won't be our
first time, gives us an in-
valuable sense of peace."
The pastoral ministry
leadership course is con-
ducted in the restored Pine
Park Church from Cairo,
Ga., which was relocated
to Heritage Village in 2007.
It houses the preaching lab
and consists of a preaching'
podium, regular size bap-
tistery, and an actual casket.
donated from the local fu-
neral home.

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Accepting Our Life -

Being able and willing to accept where we are in
our lives can benefit our peace of mind and add
to our personal happiness. If, we can begin each
new day with an attitude that reflects how blessed
we are, and realize that we have so much to be
thankful for, our emotions will also be more posi-
tive. We all know that life is not always easy, and
that everyone has issues with which to contend;
however, our attitude and the way in which we
address our daily concerns defines our character
and well being. Just as much of our past mo-
mentous problems with which we were once so
concerned have now hopefully disappeared, future
problems will also be taken care of. Therefore we
should accept that life is always challenging and
make the best of what we have. Dealing with the
concerns of daily life helps us to develop atrust in
our Heavenly Father, and knowing that He loves us
should be comforting in times of stress. Everyone
has concerns in this world, but being truly satisfied
with our lives and accepting that we are exactly
where God wants us, is a reflection of the healthy
contented attitude of a well-adjusted person.
Let us then pursue what makes for peace and for
mutual upbuilding.
R.S.V. Romans 14:19

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Wednesday, February 17, 2010


Lucille A. Sheffield

Erie T. Bridenback

Johnnie M. Brown

Lucille 'Mandy' Austin
Sheffield, 87, a former resi-
dent of Vernon, died Feb. 5,
2010 in Savannah, Ga. She
was born Aug. 9, 1922 in
Vernon to the late Colum-
bus Gerald and Mary Jane
Bodie Austin.
In addition to her par-
ents, she is preceded in
death by her husbands,
Tonny Dalton Holstead
and Fred Sheffield; two
sons, Teddy Gene Hol-
stead and Curtis Wilder
Holstead; two daughters,
Teresa Cooper and Cath-
erine Lee Holstead, three
brothers, Fred Austin, Sam
Austin, A.G. Austin; one
sister, Melbra Wright.
She is survived by
two sons, Bill Holstead
and wife, Mary of Belton,

S.C. and Tony Holstead
of South Bend, Ind.; five
daughters, Clara Withrow
of Savannah, Marie Fry
of Vernon, Nila Barrier of
Elkhart, Ind., Dina Rajski
and husband, Martin of
South Bend, Ind., Annette
Fielding of Vernon; one
brother, Reubin Austin and
wife, Rose Mary of Vernon;
two sisters, Vonceil Martin
of Vernon and Amy Tomaio
of Pensacola; 70 grandchil-
dren and great-grandchil-
Funeral services were
held, Feb. 10, 2010 at Unity
Baptist Church and Ceme-
tery with the Rev. Lindsey
Martin and the Rev. Burt
Worthing officiating. Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay

Erie Mozelle Tindel
Bridenback, 91, a former
resident of Holmes County
died Feb. 7, 2010 at Melech
Hospice House in Temple
Terrace. She was born
Oct. 2, 1918 in the Poplar
Springs Community to the
late Levy and Ada Worley
In addition to her
parents, She is preceded
in death by her husband,
Thomas John Bridenback
Sr.; five brothers, Sam
Tindel, Sanford Tindel,
Bill Tindel, Johnny Tin-
del, Jerry Tindel; and one
She is survived by three
sons, Thomas John Briden-
back Jr. and wife, Teri
of Jacksonville, William
Dennis Bridenback and

wife, Tommy of Pensacola,
Michael L. Bridenback and
wife, Margie of Tampa; one
brother, Paul Tindel of Bi-
loxi, Miss.; one sister, Betty
Brock and husband, Bill of
DeFuniak Springs; seven
grandchildren; 12 great-
grandchildren; several
nieces and nephews.
Rmeral services were
held, Feb. 12, 2010 at First
Baptist Church Bonifay
with the Rev. Shelly Chan-
dler officiating. Interment'
followed in the Bonifay
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing. Memorial con-
tributions may be given
to First Baptist Church,
311 North Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL 32425 or your
favorite charity.

Johnnie Mae Brown,
75, of Campbellton died,
Feb. 5 at her residence.
She was born to the late
Jessie Rhynes and Rose
Ellis Rhynes Jan. 21, 1935
in Campbellton. She joined
church at an early age
became a missionary and'
traveled throughout the
country ministering and
teaching God's word. She
inspired those with whom
she came in contact.
She was preceded in
death by two daughters
and one son, Cellie Fran-
ces Jackson, Earnestine
Jackson and Nathaniel
"She survived by one
daughter Nester Latonya
Watford and husband
Earl; five sons, Royal

Mack Summerville, Leo
Bobby Jackson, Scot-
tie Andrae Jackson, Izel
Lorenzo Jackson and
Carl Leonard Brown; one
sister Wilma Nell Walton;
a special goddaughter; 20
grandchildren; 28 great-
grandchildren and a host
of great-great-grandchil-
dren, nieces, nephews,
cousins, other relatives
and friends.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 12 at New Bethel
CME Church in Campbell-
ton where the Rev. Free-
man Walker Sr. is pastor
with Bishop K.C. Moore Sr.
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the St. Paul Cem-
etery in Campbellton with
Mckinnie Funeral Home of
Campbellton directing.

Mary M. Thomas

Irene R. Morgan

Nila M. Stephens

Minister Mary M.
Thomas, 83, of Dothan, Ala
and formerly of Graceville,
died Feb.'7 in the Wesley
Manor Nursing Home in
Dothan. She was born on
March 21, 1926 to the late
Georgia Parrish Thomas
and J.B. Thomas. She was
a member of Third United
Holiness of Chipley.
She is survived by
five sisters: Mary Evelyn
Carpenter, Jewel Knox
both of Oklahoma, Betty
Petty, Pearlie Jackson and
Lillie White all of Dothan;
four brothers, Joe Hunter
of Montgomery, Ala.

Hubert.Thomas, Clifford
Thomas, and James
Thomas all of Dothan; and
a host of nieces, nephews,
cousins, other relatives
and friends
Funmeral services
were held Feb. 13, at The
Mckinnie Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev.
W.C. Franklin officiating.
Interment followed in
the St. Phillip Cemetery
located on Singletary
Road in Slocomb's Antioch
with Mckinnie Funmeral
Home of Campbellton

Glenn E. Delph

Irene Ruth (Deubert)
Morgan, 84, died Feb. 11,
2010. She was born to Fer-
dinand and Lina (Werth--
wine) Deubert July 22, 1925
in Heilbron, Germany.
The family came to
America on Sep. 7, 1927.
She married Ted Morgan
on Nov. 21, 1943. She was a
housewife and helpmate to
her husband for 61 years
until his death on Jan. 12,
2005. Together they built
and operated the Beaver
Springs Campground in
Davenport, N.Y. until 1984
when they retired to Mari-
anna. She was preceded

in death by her husband
Ted; a son, Wayne; and two
Survivors include her
son, Roy Morgan and wife
Rosemary of Marianna;
three grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren;
plus three step-grandchil-
dren and four great step-
granddaughters; and sev-
eral nieces and nephews.
Memorialization was by
cremation with a graveside
memorial service to be held
at Sink Creek Cemetery at
a later date, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.

Nila Mae Stephens, of
Marianna, died, Feb. 5,
2010 at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
$ She was born
Nov. 15, 1929. She was a
homemaker and a lifelong,
resident of Marianna.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Leonard Stephens; and
two sons, Donnie and
Larry Stephens.
She is survived by
three sons, Preston,
Jerry, and Terry
Stephens; four daughters,
Shirley Mae Stephens,

Michael R. Fries

Diane Barber and
husband Hook;
Dale Porter and Linda
Davis, all of Marianha,
17 grandchildren,
23 great-grandchildren,
one great-great-
grandchild; special
friend Odis Harrison of
Marianna; and her little
dog, Rusty.
Funeral services
were held, Feb. 11, 2010
at Maddox Chapel.
Burial followed at Sims
Cemetery with James
and Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel

Glenn Edward "Skip" Delph, 48, of
Marianna died, Feb. 5, 2010 after a sud-
den, brief illness while at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital. Born in; Dayton,
Ohio, he has lived in Marianna for most
of his life. He was a member of First *
Baptist Church of Bascom, and was a
sales associate with Marianna Toyota.
He was preceded in death by his
mother, Glenda Tackett Shell:
He is survived by his wife, Spring
Chance Delph of Marianna; one son,
Eric Bryan DeLoach and wife Felicia
of Marianna; one step-son, Sean Ray
Jackson of Marianna; one daughter,
Christy Lynn Delph of Sneads; his fa-
ther, Carl Edward Delph; two brothers,

William Earl Platt, 54 of Bonifay died
on Feb. 5,2010, at his residence in Bonifay.
Born July 7, 1955 in New York, he was
the son of the late Leonard Platt and the
late Genevieve Sweeny Platt.

Kenny L
Kenny L Lindsey, 53 of Ponce De
Leon, died on Feb. 9, 2010, at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in Bonifay.
Born Sept. 9, 1956 in Defuniak
Springs he was the son of the late Lon-
nie Lindsey.
He is survived by one daughter, April
Lindsey of Mooresville, Ind., mother, Vi-
ola Callahan Lindsey of Ponce de Leon,
brothers; Bobby Lindsey of Ponce de
Leon and Timothy Lindsey of Ocala;


Christopher Dean Stokes of Round Lake
and Denver Lee Delph of Marianna;
one granddaughter; two step-grandchil-
dren; mother-in-law, Phyllis Chance;
one brother-in-law, Zackary Chance;
four nieces and two nephews; and many
The funeral was held, Feb. 7, 2010 at
Bascom First Baptist Church with the
Rev. Greg Roberts officiating. Interment
followed at Pinecrest Memorial Gardens
with James & Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
Flowers accepted or memorial con-
tributions may be made to First Baptist
SChurch of Bascom Building fund EP 0.
Box 97, Bascom, FL. 32423.

He is survived by one brother, Kenneth
Platt of Bonifay
Memorialization was by cremation
with Sims Funeral Home, of Bonifay Di-

. Lindsey
sisters, Patricia Lindsey of Ponce De
Leon Joann Jordan of Panama City and
Tammy Sasnett of Ponce de Leon and
one grandchild.
Funeral services were held at Oak
Grove Baptist Church with the Rev.
Larry McGowan Officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the Lindsey Ferreira
Cemetery in Ponce de Leon with Sims
Funeral Home of Bonifay in charge of

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Michael "Mike" Robert Fries, 42 of Chi-
pley died Feb. 6, 2010 at Doctors Hospital
in Augusta, Ga. He was born April 28, 1967
in Seattle, Wa. He was a 1986 graduate of
Stevensville High School in Stevensville,
Mont. He served in the United Sates Navy
and was of the Protestant faith.
He is preceded in death by his father
Arlan Fries.
He is survived by his wife Lori Lynn
Fries of Chipley; mother Lorraine Fries

Elizabeth Norma Harless, 69, of Boni-
fay died on Feb. 9,2010, at Washington
Rehab and Nursing Center in Chipley. She
was born, Aug. 31, 1940 in Buffalo, N.Y,
she was the daughter of the late George
Rollis and the late Irene Koivisto Rollis.
She is survived by her husband Em-
ery Harless, of Bonifay; four sons, Walter

Linda Marie Burger, 62, of Bonifay
died Feb. 6, 2010 at Doctors Memorial
Hospital in Bonifay. She was born Feb-
ruary 14, 1947 in Birmingham, Miss. to
Bruce and Leona Thomas Ramsey.
She is survived by her sons, James
Burger of Tampa and Jeff Burger of
Bonifay; one daughter, Dottie Burger

CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes County Li-
brary open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Library
, 1-6 p.m. Vernon Library open
10 a.m. to noon Holmes Council on
Aging provides hot meals and socializa-
11 a.m. Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, donations
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis Club weekly
meeting, held at Simbo's Restaurant in
1 p.m. Line dancing, Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley
7 p.m. Depression and Bipolar Support
Group-meets at'First Baptist Church ed-
ucational annex building in Bonifay. Call
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous meeting,
held at Ponce de Leon Methodist Church,
Main Street in Ponce de Leon.

7:30 a.m. Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce breakfast.
CLOSED: Vernon Library.
8 a.m. Holmes County Library
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Library
1-6 p.m. -Wausau Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes Council on
Aging provides hot meals and socializa-
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Vernon Histor-
ical Society Museum is open to the public
every Wednesday from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.
and meetings are the fourth Wednesday

of,Missoula, Mont.; four sons, Logan,
Landon and Morgan Fries all of Chipley
and Jordan Good of Chipley; father-in-law
and mother-in-law: Don and Jan Good of
Columbus, Miss.
Funeral services were held, Feb. 13,
2010 at the First Baptist Church in Chi-
pley, with the Rev. Mike Orr officiating.
Burial followed in Glenwood cemetery
with Obert Funeral Home of Chipley di-

Flinkman of Crawfordville, George
Flinkman of Crawfordville, Richard
Flinkman of Crawfordville, and Jonathan
Flinkman; 13 grandchildren and nine
great grand children.
Memorialization was by cremation
with Sims Funeral Home of Bonifay in
charge of arrangements.

Pippin and husband, Robin of Bonifay;
two brothers, Dale Smith of Birmingham;
and Donnie Ramsey of Pontiac, Miss.;
one sister, Charlotte Valance of Lake
Orion, Miss..
Memorialization was by cremation
with Peel Funeral Home in charge of ar-

of the month at 2 p.m.
10:30-11 a.m. Chipley Library pre-
school story time.
11' a.m. Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, donations
Noon to Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, New Life Assembly Fellowhship
Hall, Chipley.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Library open.
2 p.m. Hospice of the Emerald
Coast grief support group, held at Jack-
son County Public Library, 2929 Green
Street, Marianna.
3 p.m. Vernon Garden Club meet-
6-9 p.m. GED Prep classes each
Tuesday and Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center, 757 Hoyt St. in
6 p.m. TOPS meeting, held at Mt.
Olive Baptist Church, located three miles
north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
8 p.m. Narcotics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, held at New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, Highway 2 in Holmes County.

CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes County Li-
brary open.
1-6 p.m. Vernon Library open
9:30 a.m. 1 p.m.-Chipley Library
10 a.m. to noon Homes Council on
Aging provides bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington Council on Ag-


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ing (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, held at
Presbyterian Church in Chipley.

8 a.m. to noon Holmes
County Library open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library,
Chipley Library, Vernon Library
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Bonifay
Methodist Church,. Oklahoma
Street Bonifay.

8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held in the board

room at Graceville-Campbellton
Hospital in Graceville.

CLOSED: Holmes County
Library, Vernon Library, Wausau
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington Coun-
cil on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations accept-
S6-7:30 p.m. Salvation Army
Domestic Violence and Rape.
Crisis Program (SADVP) will


Washington County News I Holmes County Times-Advertiser I B9

be hosting a domestic violence County Library open. town Merchants Association, 827
support group each Monday. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley Li- Main Street
The meeting will be held at the brary open. 6-9 p.m. GED Prep classes
SADVP Rural Outreach office at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. -Vernon Li- each Tuesday and Thursday at
1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apart- brary open. Washington-Holmes Technical
ment one, in Chipley. Call Emma 1-6 p.m. Wausau Library Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
or Jess at 415-5999. open. 6 p.m. Holmes County
.6 p.m. Bonifay City Council 10 a.m. to noon '-Holmes Commission rfieets fourth or last
meeting. Council on Aging provides hot Tuesday
7 p.m. Vernon City Council meals and socialization. 6:30 p.m. Washington
meeting. 11 a.m. Washington Coun- County Republican Party meet-
.7 p.m. Vernon Lodge 164 cil on Aging (located in Chipley) ing held at 794 Third Street in
F&AM. Call Johnny Worthington senior lunches, for reservations Chipley.
at 535-0310. call 638-6217, donations accepf- 7:30 p.m. Wausau Masonic
i8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony- ed. Lodge meeting.
mous meeting, Bles'sed Trin- Noon Chipley Kiwanis Club. 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
ity Catholic Church, located on meeting. mous closed meeting, held at
Highway 177A, Bonifay. Noon Alcoholics Anony- Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
mous open meeting, New Life .8 p.m. Narcotics Anony-
T Assembly Fellowhship Hall, Chi- mous meeting, held at Blessed
TUESDAY, FEB. 23 pley. Trinity Catholic Church in Boni-
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes 5:30 p.m. Chipley Down-- fay.

Special to Extra

"Be prepared" is good advice
especially if there is an emergency.
To be better prepared in a pet emer-
gency, a pet first aid kit is beneficial.
"The biggest advantage for hav-
ing a pet first aid kit would be so that
you can concentrate on what you
can do for your pet constructively
rather than looking all over the place
for something that might 'work' but
is less than. ideal," said Dr. James
Barr, clinical assistant professor,
Texas A&M University, College of
Veterinary Medicine.
"The preparation of a pet emer-.
gency kit will allow you to mentally
prepare for a problem," Barr said. "A
waterproof plastic bin is the perfect,
container as it will keep the items in
it from being ruined so that they will
be available in an emergency."
Barr explains that ideally pet first
aid kits should be kept at home and
'in your car. Then you can help your
pets in case they are injured at home
or one that might have been injured
in the street. He notes that one of the
most common injuries of pets is be-:
ing hit by a car.
"There are commercial first aid
kits available for pets," Barr said,
"and some of the essentials would
include: cohesive bandage/ACE ban-
dage, assortment of bandages, burn
gel, instant cold pack, emergency
blanket, gauze pads, roll gauze,
medical vinyl gloves, hydrogen per-
oxide, triple antibiotic packets, alco-
hol wipes, antiseptic wipes, slip-style
leash, lubricating jelly, safety pins,
bandage scissors, one-inch adhesive
tape, tongue depressors, tweezers/
forceps and hand cleaning wipes."
He suggests that a deluxe pet
first aid kit would also include sterile
eye/skin wash, sterile gauze pads,
roll confornrng gauze, 10 ml and 30
ml oral syringes, cotton swabs/ap-
plicators, digital thermometer, tick
remover, and sting relief wipes.
"Be sure to include the phone
nurfbers for your local veterinarian
and emergency hospital that is open
after hours in your area," Barr said.
"Additionally, the Animal Poison
Control Center is available 24 hours a
day, 365 days a year at 888-426-4435."
"First aid is not a substitute for
veterinary care," Barr said. "First
aid implies there is at least second
aid and the second aid should be
your veterinarian."

Depending on the emergency -
situation, a restraint mnay need to be
used when working with an injured
pet. "One must be very careful with
injured pets because they are unable
to communicate with us and us with
them, they are often afraid. That
fear is translated into aggression
and pets can injure even the best
meaning bystander because they
are in pain," Barr said.
He notes that you should not try
to restrain the pet at all, if possible,
but in times of respiratory distress
(difficulty breathing) it becomes
critical that the pet not be stressed..
Holding pets sometimes creates
more stress. This should be bal-
anced with the recognition that the
pet be prevented from harming
themselves further.
"A pet with spinal injuries needs
St be restrained much the same way
that a person should be restrained
after what is suspected to be spinal
trauma," Barr said. He notes that
instead of being on their back, it is
helpful to have the pet on its side.,
taped to a rigid board so that its.
head and legs cannot move around.
In cases of poisoning, Barr ex-
plains that choosing to cause the pet
to vomit the offending poison should
not be standard procedure to treat-
ing poisoning of a cat. There are cir-
cumstances when this is a bad deci-
sion. You should always contact your
local veterinarian or the pet poison
hotline for instructions.
Barr says that if you, as a pet
caregiver, are tempted to dispense
human medicines to your cat or dog
you need to know that any product
containing acetomenophin should
never be given to a cat. It is poi-
sonous to them. Most of the over
counter pain relievers, especially,
ibuprofen and naproxen, should not
be used in dogs as they are very ir-
ritating to the stomach. Please, call
your veterinarian with any medica-
tion questions. ,
Pet medical emergencies can be
trying times, but with prior prepara-
tion, the situation can be less stress-
Pet Talk is a service of the Col-
lege of Veterinary Medicine & Bio-
medical Sciences,, Texas A&M Uni-
versity. Stories can be viewed on
the Web at http://tamunews.tamu.
edu/. Suggestions for future topics
can be directed to cvmtoday@cvm.

BCF an nounc, Sp .ng pr eview

BCF announces Spring preview

Prospective students and their families enjoy a time of meet and greet during
BCF's Preview Day last year. .

GRACEVILLE The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville will host its Spring
Preview Day Friday, March 12 beginning
with registration in the front of the R.G.
Lee Chapel at 9 a.m..
Prospective students and their par-
ents will be welcomed by BCF President
Thomas A. Kinchen, as they enjoy a time
of student led praise and worship. Cam-
pus visitors will have the opportunity to
learn about all of the degree programs,
gather financial aid information, explore
the library, writing center and computer
labs, and experience the array of student
activities all while touring the dorms and
Special features of Preview Day in-
clude lunch with the BCF Jazz .Band,
meeting with faculty, students, and staff,
interactive entertainment with the Bap-
tist Collegiate Ministry group in the
afternoon, and a drawing for two $500
scholarships. Anyone applying for ad-.
mission during the day will have their
admission fee waived and be entered
into the scholarship drawing.
Attending Preview Day provides stu-
dents with a detailed overview of the
campus and a chance to see if BCF is
where God is leading them to continue
their education.
An addition to the regular Preview
Day schedule is an optional evening wor-
ship service entitled "I AM" coordinated
by Music and Worship Division. Chair
Don Odom. Preview Day guests will be
invited to either participate in the actual
service or simply stay and enjoy the per-
formance. Rehearsal for the event be-
gins at 3:30 p.m. and the service is slated

BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen
welcomes guests to Fall Preview Day.
for 7 p.m.
To register for Preview Day, contact
the BCF Admissions Office at 800-328-
2660, ext. 460 or register online at www.

Lavish wedding not in the cards for unsuspecting daughter

Dear Dave,
Our daughter
is 24, engaged to
be married, and
we can't afford to
pay for the kind
of wedding she
wants. My husband
and I have had
some financial

difficulty over the
last few years, and
are finally beginning
slowly dig our way
On top of this, we're
paying on her studE
from college. Should
let her know the sit
up front, and how c
keep from feeling g
about things?

Dear Gina,
The big thing is t
first you and your h
should be on the sat
page. You need to c(
a decision about-ex
what you're willing
able to do. It doesn'
like it will be much,

Dave Says

Especially if you're
trying to get your
own finances in
order and still
paying on her
student loan.
Now, how do
you not feel guilty
about all this?
I think that's a

personal journey
we you'll both have to take. A
ig to wed-ding is a wonderful
out. thing, but it's not any less
e still wonderful when it doesn't
ent loan cost an arm and a leg. It
d we also doesn't make you child
uation abusers or bad parents just
,an we because you're not willing
uilty to go $20,000 into debt to
throw a fancy wedding!
- Gina I think, too, that
you owe this kid some
straightforward and honest
that communication. Most
husband 24-year-olds don't have
me a firm grasp on reality.
ome to Even at that age, they
actly don't think about where
and the money's coming from.
t sound They're just bopping along
though. and assuming Mom and
I1 pp

Dad will pull thous
of dollars out of the
for a big Barbie an
wedding. She need
know that things ju
like that in the real
Let her know th
love her and want
but you're going to
limited on what yo
finan-cially. Beside
can have a great w(
without throwing a
lots of cash. A mar
about love, not dol]
And when it comes
money, a wedding
anything else you'i
rule of thumb is pa
or don't do it!

Dear Dave,
I recently heard

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d Ken
Is to .
ast aren't
I world.
lat you
to help,
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My husband and I are
trying to follow your plan.
We have $1,000 in our
emergency fund, and we
drive a couple of old, used
cars. Would this idea work
for us?

u can do Dear Anonymous,
s, you Obviously, you'll save
wedding money if you're not
around paying out as much to the
riage is insurance company. But I
lar signs. don't think drop-ping that
s to the coverage is a good idea.
is like Let's say you don't have
d buy. My much money saved up, and
ay cash then you total your car.
How're you going to get
Dave to work or to the grocery
store? It would leave you
in a bad situation, wouldn't
d it?

someone on television
say it was a good idea to
cancel the collision and
comprehensive por-tions
of your auto insurance
coverage if you want to
save money. What do
you think about this?

If you're driving a
couple of beaters, the
insurance doesn't cost
that much. Cheap cars
mean cheap insurance.
Self-insuring is a good
idea sometimes with some
things, but I don't believe

in it when you're talking
about your cars and you're
broke! In my case, I've got
enough money to just write
a check and buy another
car if something happens
to mine. But when I added
up what the car costs
versus what they charge
me for insurance, it looks
like a decent deal to me.
I'm just not willing to take
the risk with that much
The purpose of
insurance is to protect
you from risks that you
are unwilling or unable to
take yourself. That's why I
still have full coverage on
my car. The cost benefit
analysis told me it was a
good idea. I suggest you
keep it, too!

Dave Ramsey is
a personal money
management expert,
popular national radio
personality and the
author of three New York

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more financial help, visit



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CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-350
North Carolina banking

LANDDEV, LLC ak/a Land-
Development LLC, a Flor-
ida limited liability com-
pany, KAUFMAN,
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment in the case of
LANDDEV, LLC, et al.,
Case Number.:
67-08-CA-350, the under-
signed Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Washington
County, Florida will on De-
cember 8, 2009, at 11:00
a.m., at the Washington
County Courthouse, 1293
Jackson Avenue, Building
100, Chipley, Florida
32428, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to the
highest bidder for cash,

the property situated in
Washington County, Flor-
ida described as follows:
1. Lot 6, Block 14, SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 1, according
to the plat thereof, as re-
corded in Plat Book 2,
Page 27 of the Public Rec-
ords of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
2. Lot 25, Block 127,
Sunny Hills Units 1, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
74, Page 348, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
3. Lot 19, Block 376,
Sunny Hills Unit 6, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Page 60, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. -Parcel
4. Lot 32, Block 360,

I 1100 I
Sunny Hills Unit 6, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 60-76, of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r. c e I
5. Lot 14, Block 428,
Sunny Hills Unit 7, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in plat book 2,
Page 77-86, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
6. Lot 16, Block 436,
Sunny Hills Unit 7, ac-
cording to the plat therof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 77-86, of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r c e I
7. Lot 4, Block 500, Sunny
Hills Unit 8, according to
the plat thereof, as re-
corded in Plat Book 2,

| 1100 .
Pages 88-101 of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
8. Lot 20, Block 544,
Sunny Hills Unit 9, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Page 107 of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
9. Lot 10, Block 555,
Sunny Hills Unit 9, ac-
cording to. the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 102-07-of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r c e I
10. Lot 22, Block 574,
Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 108-118 of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r c e I

11. Lot 2, Block 617,
Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 108-118 of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r c e I
12. Lot 4, Block 565,
Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 108-118 of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r c e I
13, Lot #5, Block 567,
Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 108-118 of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
P a r c e I

14. Lot 6, Block 785,
Sunny Hills Subdivision,
Unit 11s according to the
plat thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 2, Pages
120-128 of the Public Rec-
ords of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
15. Lot 3, Block 816,
Sunny Hills Unit 11, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
158, Page 188 of the Pub-
lic Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
ID#00000000-1 1-0816-000
16. Lot 9, Block 1114,
Sunny Hills Unit 13, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, page 139 of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
17. Lot 20, Block 1282,
Sunny Hills Unit 14, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book

I, 1100
3; Pages 10-25 of the Pub-
lic Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
18. Lot 6, Block ,987,
Sunny Hills Unit 15, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
3, Pages 26-48 of the pub-
lic records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the lis pend-
ens, must file a claim
within 60 days after the
Witness my hand and offi-
cial seal of said Court, this
4 day of November, 2009.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:JC Rogers
Deputy Clerk
Lori L. Heyer-Bednar, Edq.
Roetzel & Andress, LPA
350 East Las Olas Boule-
Suite 1150

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Phone 954-462-4150
Fax 954-462-4260
As published in the-Wash-
ington County News No-
vember 11, 18, 2009
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-498
RATION a Delaware
an Unmarried Person
known residence is 30594
HILLS, MI 48334, if alive,
and if dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or

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as recorded in Plat Book CHARLES E. BERK, Put your ad in over 100 RSVP and registration Aviation Maintenance counting software pre- I Cardiac, Wound Care, I
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of the Public Records of P.O. Box5056 Florida for one low hors d' oeuvres, Raffles program. Financial aid communication skills are Hospitality sych programsin Opportunities
Washington County, Flor- Ocala, FL 34478 ratel Call (866) valued over $500 Cha- if qualified, Housing necessary. All positions needed at Chipley, Bonfay an 5110- Money to Lnd
ida. Phone: (352)629-1155 742-1373 or visit gall, Picasso, Dali, available, CALL Avia- Job descriptions are avail- Best Western in Bonifay, ,Marrianna.Highly "
has been filed against you As published in the Wash- www.florida-classifieds.co Miro, Max Neiman, tion Institue of Mainte- able upon request. City apply in person at Chipley Competitive pay. H*il
and you are required to ington County News Feb- m Tarkay, Maimon, nance (888)349-5387 participates in the Florida Days Inn. No phone calls Come Joi our winning
serve a copy of your writ- ruary 17,24,2010.Nechita, Aga and Retirement System (FRS). Home Health Care ALL Cash Vendin Do
.ten defenses, if any, to it morel RSVP DISH $19.99/Month. Mail or hand deliver appli- I_ .TeamWith.excellent. ALL Cah Vendingl
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,--j ____Wwww.baterbys.com or Why Pay' More?' FREE cation to City Clerk; City of r onou for qua$ n a
Plaintiff's Attorney, R 0. 1150 I call (866) 537-1004 Install w/DVR (Up To 6 Chlpley, 1442 Jackson aretFax Resume t day? 25 Local M
Box 5056, Ocala, FL34478l IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Our best wishes go out to fineartauction@baterbys.com Rooms.) FREE Movie Ave., PO. Box 1007, Chip- Tr-County Community 850ge913154 $hin a )62999
the Clerk of the above OF THE FOURTEENTH Joel & SybilRedmon. Our A B # 2 7 4 6 Channels (3 .Months.) ley, Florida 32428. Dead- Council, Inc. Or call Office Manager 0033 CALL US:
styled Court no latethan JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND prayers are with you. From AU#3750 AND $400+ New Cus- line: Wednesday, Febru- isaccepting 850 w will n131500ot be under-
Courtnolaterh tomer Bonusl -(888) ary 24, 2010, 4:00 PM. C. applications for a Mon-F will not beunder-
30 days from the dateWASHINGTON ourFriends in Vernon. AUCTON 593-7040 S. T EOE/Drug 'Free Mantenance/ so
th e fi r s t p u b l ic a ti o n o f th i s C O U N T F L O R I D A 'A U C T I O NM a i n t e n a n e
note of action; otherwise CIVIL COURT DIVISION -- Sat., Feb. 27, 2010. .r --- --- Workplace. Construction Laborer.
a default will be entered CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-482 / 8:00AM. Hwy 231 N. Wanted tq' Renti SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
against you for the relief THE DELTONA CORPO- Capbeliton, FL. '.Farm land'or asture.in.P Perform a variety of 5 10
eagaint yu or the reiT RATION, a Delaware cor- Farm dispersal, Estate, I hipley, ; Vemrn,I general maintenance -$$$ ACCESS LAWSUIT
plaint filed herein. portion Construction, Bank I Graceville. B ay.~a 1 Healmncare/Meocai duties. 4130 CASH NOWi, $$$ As
WITNESS my hand and Plaintiff, Repos, plus 850-718-1859. QUALIFICATIONS: s
the Seal of this Court, this MARGARETEConsignments. LPN or High school diploma immediatete Lawsuitin
10the Seal of Febrthis Court,2010.his MARGARETTE JEAN Mason Auction & Sales, Wanted: Junk appliances. Medical Assistant. (GED), 1 year related Drivers immediate suit Dragging?
LINDA HAYES COOK, 2 GILLOT, a Mardd Person P .LLC. #642. lanmowers alarm and neeaeo 1or usy experience. need! OTR Tanker Npo- Need' $500-$500,000
CLERK OF THE COURT PHANES GILOT, an Un- 850-263-0473, Office garden equipment, golf MedicalPractice. REQUIREMENTS: sitions available NOW ++within 48/hrs? Low
married Person 2100 Pets 850-258-7652, Chad carts, satellites for free. I Dr's office experience Perform a variety of CDL-A w/Tanker rates APPLY NOW BY
FLORIDA Defendants. GoodHome 850-849-0792, Gerald will pick up. Call deeded w/phlebotomy general maintenance. REQ'D. Outstanding PHONE! CallToday
B K McDani 2120 Pet Supplies www.masonauction.com 850-547-0088 experience a plus. Must be willing to & Benefisl Teams Toll-Free: (800)58-
Asy DepuaClerk NOTICE OF ACTION 2130 Farm Animals/ Full time position .comply with Welcoe all a e- 8321
As DeputyClerkSupplies cruiser Call Todayl
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ. TO MTE ies AUCTION w/benefits background screening
ingtoney for Painty News Feb JEAN GILLOT and 214 00 Pets L m Samson, AL FI Cov Musand drug testing. (ork Frm Home F
ARn lPHANES GILOT, whose Wanted Sat., Mah 6, 2010. Fax resume to an rugis hiing PC repair ex- REl EST TE42
IN THE CIRCUIT COU 215'- Pt Memorials 9:00AM. 3hie 310 850-638-4195. Applications may be www.oakleytransport.com
Ocala, FL 34478 305 INDEN B AT e hComplete dispersal MUSIC LESSONS; Piano, or mail to obtained from any
Phone:u '(352) t629-115 D N B L, Max Patterson Farms Guitar, Bass, Drums, POBox 692, Tri-County Community
As publish in te W #D-, BROOKYN, NYw m. N s a l CKinston, AL Ban, Mandoin, Violin, Chipley, FL., 32428 Council Offices

ASNO 711226CA508 YOU ARE HEREBY OT- cure home. House trained, AL1111. ,motivated and would like besubjectt 6160-Rooms for Rent
ington C y Feb- thiat an ion o foe- eeey log & Loc fromSamson, AL. Flute. Covington Music. p tr d submyoted by Work From Home Full
ruty17, TON24,2 cle a m e n spouse Cl 57-20 or 57-4 Shlh-Tzu Hwy52W, 8 miles. 'We buy used musical in- o V- tFebuary Btenits hxchange 6x -
S icor rrn folloiri g p rop tes mixed puppies, 5 mths Watch for signs. struments. ,Downtown at 4:00 p.may, Olys ltod Pog remdtelyo fix
itor or otr rti old.Allshots &dewormed. Tactors, 4 cottonpickers, Chipley. 850-638n5050. sr anage and retementh applicnants wl b C dnatoner PC as sion-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT claiming by, th rough, oun-Re adyto goforValentincs, dozer, peanut pickers, all .. nfm an aviation an conubacr scrMPuti ng-edge te, 610 0 es
OF THE FOURTEENTH der oragainst them and all $200 318-393-3514 or types offarmu&cttle n Wanted: W plreting. If you AD D G AD travel inogy centre. Mt ee ie ceal

Pages 88 through h BabCduks EDC | View Full Lst want to make a difference SMOKE FREE be A 25+. Visit te nts
FOR DA VID, f Na shinghton Cour inter y, est 547-3129or Cel RE No. CQ1031187 100 in person or call 548-5524 (8 216-1293 hpy. A util ld
e lt khe real property desribed Precious 15 b'. Chihuahua tositioaworking with .(850) 547-3689. hjob

dence is 656, I-EGEMAN has bHeon filRd agtsa yo WEEKLYls
CIVIL COURT DIVISION below, mix. Needs a loving, se- LC #AU642 youthIf 'you are highly Successful applicant will Roommate Wanted
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-508 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- cure home. House trained, #AL111 motivated and would like besubjecttont'
THE DELTONA CORPO- FlED that an action to fore- extremely loving & playful. 850-263-0473, office to help troubledyouth; we pre-employment drug 617- Mobile Home/ot
RATION, close a mortgage onthe Call 547-2250 or 547-4400 50-258-752 Chad are the place for you. Va- test. Student Exchange 18 -of-TownRentals
Dela e corporation foo property in Mar- 850-49-0792, Gerald action holiday pay, Onlyqualified Program Seeks Local 02- Vacaton Rentals

der or against them and all 6n t B Flo5rida:, l Multi-Sellers. Selection Hospital. A deg. Ret as
other persons claiming www.maonnsurance and retirement will vary from week tappo bcants will be Coordinators Passion
Lot 26, Bl 0 package included. Appli- considered. ate about your commu-
VS 2130 Foreclosed 4100 Help Wpnted dents must be able to pass EQUAL OPPORTUNITY nity? Help us expand[

MARA DAVID SUNNY HILLS UNIT 8, ic-3 A Foreclsed Home 413 o n HT P&SntONS W oo hm
on orFor Sale; baby chicks Auction 200+ Forda Information background screening and EMPLOYER Unpaid but 'monetary,6100
as record in Plat Book $1.00 each. Laying hens Homes Auction: Jan 23. drug screening.' If you ANDDRUGAND travel incentives. Must Executive Office
c2e a ne o e at Pages throughh each. Baby ducks REDC View Full List- want to make a difference SMOKE FREE be 25+. HVisit Ei
NOTICE OF ACTION 101, of thePublic Reco rds- $2.50 each. B Calld Supp isn.cp n a young mans life. Apply WORKPLACE. effoundation.org or call rr
whose last known resi- Foda.. 50-415-2998. Administrative' 638-1918
dance is 56, HEGEMAN has been filed against you WEEKLY
AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY and you are requiredd to c MISCELLANEOUS Docto.rs Memorial Hospital
11207, if alive, and if dead, serve a copy of your w 3 i AUCTION has a full-time position
their unknown spouse, ten defenses, if any0,'to it E3234Main St. Vernon, FL., availableforaChief
hirs, devise es, on Charles E. Brk, Esq Hwy. 79 South Financial Officer with expe
creditors or other Plaintiff's A Building on le) nc working in a JCAHO
draclaiming s by, througheaun-d Box5056,oialaFSATURDAY NIGHTS 6RM. accredited, Critical Access
der or agai theo m and all an d file C the original w. p MuRlt8-3Slers. Selection 1 Hospital. A degree in
the er of the aboll ewill vary from wee s i n
any right, title or interest in styled Court no later 3dthanyewekIs sdministration/accounting
the real property dascrobed 30 dayis from the data of w administration/accounting'
realprow t ed frspbictinfth 1 ntCash, credit/debit acrds. and previous hospital ex-

below. t he first publication of this IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- Minimum service here for CERAMIC TILE SHOWROOM service here for
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- notice of action; otherwise 311DCIAL CIAppliances MchelRCUIT IN AND 3110 Roof perience are requiredons:
a d default will be entered FOR WASHINGTON3120 For Sale: almost new gas Mi 3chell240 H&HC"s CPA certification preferred. only
against you for the relief COUNTFLORIDA R3130Auctions Auctions Interested applicantsedcan
close a mortgage on 'the against you for the elef 3140 Baby Items FLAU3014AS2224. send their resume to RO.
following thprope Cor Casein demanded in the67-09-CA-569 $300. for both. Soui ldng Suppto- AMMOes 850-547-9140. eBox pere188, Bony, Fl 32425 ROOFING
WashingtonCoun plaint filed herein. N OF Businessther850-547-3431 S&W, 45 AC 3030, 35 Resources Denton's
WITNESS my hand and EqupmentPARENTAL RIGHT FOR REM, 45/70. New/factory Must haveHy S., Chipleyr w FLk r w
Lot he Seal of this Court this THE PROPOSED ADOP- reloads. $8.00 & up drivers license and
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 2, ac- 10 day of February, 20102010. TO3190 Electronicsss exch 0 Free workplace. EOE. (850)638-8183 We buyjunkcars &trucks,8 week minimum

cordLINDA HAYES COOK,.ADAM ISAA H JONES COOK 3130 muleloading bulletsFirewood insurance coverage.
as recorded in Plat Book CMALERKA ART GALLERY GRAND CB 00-741-9707 Must 177A, Bonifay, FL Notlalth es ok SpecializingH in alltypes of
2, at Pages 28 through 37, WASHINGTON"COUNT 3220 Furniture For Sole: firewood, will Educational (850) 547-0726 ji types of iron, copper Resdental Roofing

WASHIWGTON COUNTY, D3OtB.:7/13/2006 OPENIN & AUCTO 850601342Cipey a ,d | Mon,.W4&Fri.9:W-4:3|
of the Public Records ofg FLORIDA "'3230 Garage/Yard Sales delive( 850-373-6350 or, stinless aluminumoind
SNO3240 Guns 850-5470131 T-County Community 5X5 25.68 stainless, aluminum and Reroofs and Repairs
Washington County,. Flor-" BY K McDanieley C3250 Good Things to Eat _.: Council, Inc. 5X10 $35.31 brass..We also buy old Free Estimates
ida. ASDEptCERK, 3260 Health & Fitness '1' accepting 10x10 $46.01 refrigerators and st0ves5 18 Yeas Experience
has been filed against you' CHARLES E. BERK, ES. 3270 Jeawelry/Clothing applications forox $0 ese re
and you are required to Attorney for Plaintiff 3280 Machnery/aX20 $80.25 1004 N. Oklahoma St. Licensed insured
serva copy of your writ- P. Box 5056 e ie 6pment ion Alls-Chalmer 2cyn. die- Bridgett Cassiday .
Sdefenses, if anyto t Ocala, FL 447834478 3290 NOTIFIMedical Equipment 3230 bladfor the Head Start Open24Hours, SelServic, No B fay, FL 32425 850-547-2934

Phone: (352)629-1155 Petiton for Termination of Pilm neah s hape. $2600.638-4350 or (850)547-3689. 5.
on Charles E. Berk, Esq., Phone: (352) 629.1155 33300 .-MMiscalInstmments Estate Sale. Antiques, Program. ,unitmCatedCFC142247 License#RC29027346
Plaintiff's Attorney, R As published in the Wash- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ household furniture, misc Responsibll1ty:
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478 ington County News, Feb- Supplies teams AppliBegnning Thursmay be
and file, the ori2010.ginal with ruary 17, 24,2010. 3330 Restaurant/Hotel 1/21/10, 8-3pm, exco Pmary responsibility is R S LE C
the Clerk of the above 3340 Sport ing Goods Sunday. Call 638-8804, to m maintain a clean rTAdvertise yourS
the ________ Cino r3350 T TIckets (Buy & Sell) 1098 O Tri-center Assist teacher in Ai 1Or RR S OTLE PIC AO GAdverti E you
styled Court no later than Orange Hill Rd. all activities as needed., businessOorvbusiessor
the first publication f this IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- Minimum service here for CERAIC TLE SHOWROO se ice'here for
a default will be entered FOR WASHINGTON For Sale: almost new gas1 3240 High School (GED); I1 -.only LR EE ATIHALT PVN &TSEAly
against you for the relief COUNTFLORIDA Range & hot water heater 3 months relatedMana t
demanded in the Corn- CaseNo.:67-9-CA-569 mon$300 Nfoeboth Sold to well AMMO9mm ps38/357, 40 expense or training K FARM PATCH SERVICE
plaint filed herein. IN RE: TERMINATION OF gather. 850-547-3431 S&W, 45 ACP, 30-30, 35Tos- AL PO E EQIMN ft e
WITNESS my hand and PARENTAL RIGHT6 FOR REM 45/70 New/factory Must have Currntrving The Panhandle
the Seal of this Cour, this THE PROPOSED ADP reloads $800 & up drivers license and88 per week
10 day of February, 2010. TION OF: w/brass exchange. 50 CAL proper vehicle 8 wekmn ume 8 wAeek minimum
LINDA HAYES COOK,. ADAM ISAIAH JONES muzzleloading bullets insurance coverage.
ChEiRKsFTECOR AER ALE D 1, "n-es 1 p s-ih800-741-9707, Must comply with health 638-0212 141 SUT BLVD. CHIP-L, FL
WASHINGTON COUNTY, D.O.B.: 7/13/2006 OPENING & AUCTION and n .- .8 0' 2
ARIA TnGALLERYN G RAU ND 850-260-1oandMn &F.e9:004:347- 41
By K McDaniel MINOR CHILD SNEAK PREVIEW Thur background screening. 547-9414 Tur :00-12:00547-9414
As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF ACTION sday,- February. 18th,Aabe %
CQ6pm-9pm .LIVE ART For additional informa- p Ai
CHARLES E. BERKnt ESQ. TO: CHARLES ADAM AUCTION Saturday,l 3280 tion and qualifications
Att. Box 5056rPlaintiff SHAKLES address un- February 20th 5pm l-Chlmers 2cyn. die- B ldgett
Ocala, FL 34478 YOUARE NO TI FIED a preview, 6pm auctionAll ti Cassday
Sat of Baterbys Art Auction sl w/box blade. In good Office Assistant
Phone: (352) 629-1155 Petition for Termination of Gallery Palm Beach tshapew$2600t 638-4350 ou (850) 547-3689.
As published in the Wash- Parental Rights in Connec- G r 'l Bc a p $26. 00.
ington County News Feb- tion with theAdoption of 13b S Jog Road 726-7201F Applications ma be
mlary 17, 24,2010. AnDAM ISAIAH JONES, a 33484 Admission (FR Set of 3-14inch bottomI obtained from anyLDNrABLEI an D TRUARA E
minor has bern filedtos, and EE) by RSVP and regis- lows, $300, OBO. T-County Community IO urKRuESricRC, LL
TED CRoCU Ieon 8 d serve a ttion only FREE Hay fork, $50.. Council, offices and C FREE ESTIMATES
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT copy of your written de- drinks & horse d' oeu- Hey spear, $100. submitted by Pkant, Trees & Shrubs
OF THE FOURTEENTH fensee, if any, to it o 3 vres, Raffles valued 2 Row cultivator, $300, Februarys22,2010 f uLandscapeDesign, Contractig, PA V IN G

following propertv in ....... ... an, n,,Arnnmunt Rtt .. .

gon C ty Fo NOTICE IS HEREBY1 O" Lamar iownsend l
ngton County, Flo of Art Lab. Nationwide (850)638-4539, north of Advertise your
ida: GIVEN that the under- certifications and Local Townsends.
Lot 34, Block 0161, of signed desiring to engage W Job Placement Assis- D ovleArBl service or busin ess here UM
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac- in business under the fict- GLORIA's BEAUTY SHOP stance! CALL NOW:
cording to the Plat thereof tious name of Creature Jan.&Feb. Wed. specials; (877)994-9904. TREE SERVICE OD
as recorded in Plat Book Comforts Unlimited lo- $5.00 off perms, .. ..R$ 18 O0
2, at Pages 42 through 54, cated at 4537 Leisure. $1off means haircuts& FullynuredFreeEsmates for only .
manrFlilnsae.FreeFEstimaes for only $ 1 8 O ROOFING :'
of the Public Records of Lakes Drive, in the County manicures. R"
Washington County, Flor- of Washington, in the City Call Portia for anO RTree Rem vIl a:week
ida. of Chipley, Florida 32428 appointment. 38 Years Of
has been filed against you intends to register the said 638-8162 SmallTractHarvesting R eek niuni! Service I n The
and you are required to name with the Division of and Vac Chipper Pruting & Tnmming Tri-C unty Area
serve a copy of your writ- Corporations of the -Florida Sewing Machine a ,dVac-.0 0 Sri-ceIn Thea
ten defenses, if any, to it Department of State, Talla- SOD & SEED on the farm, uum Cleaner Repair, guar- AenalTrkIBobatWork To place an ad call AndWe're
on Charles E. Bark, Esq. assee, Florida._. delivered or installed. Can- wanted service on all Aar(B at"
Plaintiff's Attorney, Dated at Chipley, Florida, HouseCleaning Service. tipede St. Augustine Bar- makes and models. Free BUS: 850.415.1217 S 638-02 2 Still Here!"
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478 this 11th day of February, Trustworthy, reliable, years muda. West Florida Turf estimates. Western Auto, a I Cell: 8505731270 ) 638-8428
and file the original with 2010. of experience. Have refer- (850) 415-0385; 638-4850. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonfay. Ce;ll:85
the Clerk of the abovei D.L. RoseServices, Inc. fe Call Sherry for Established 1980 547-3910 Jason Morris, Owner 547-9414
styled Court no later than As published in the Wash- mate at 263-7892. .. *e 980* b... -'" '
30 days from the date of ing County News Feb- mate at 263-7892. .* ... '
ow-*I- Now,

. 19R Wachinntnn Counnty News/HnIme Conintv Times-Advertiser Wednesday. February 17. 2010

Doctors offices totaling
over 2,500 square feet of
space available '
Offices are furnished and
are "move-in ready" from
previous practice.
Space is reasonably
Seeking provider
interested in integration of
behavioral healthcare.
310 Byrd Avenue,
Bonifay, FL.
Contact CEO Ned Ailes at
(850)522-4485, Ext. 1300.
Office and Warehouse or
workshop with a 12ft roll
up door for lease. Approxi-
mately 2000 square ft of
space for $775 a month
w/option to buy at $85K.
Located at 1302 Railroad
Ave., Chipley, FL 32428.
Call (813)205-4845.
Office Space for Rent: Ap-
prox. 1000, Sq.Ft. near
downtown Chipley, high
traffic area. Great Visibility!
*Call Robert@
850-849-1735 for info.

1 br Apartment in Chipley.
Good location. No pets.
Ridgewood Apart- "
I ments of Bonfay, I
I 1 Bd$350, large 2Bd |
Duplex $500
I City utilities & pest
control Incid.
S 557-7732

1 br on Ig lot & 3br/1.5ba,
Rent/Sale, Ig lot, fruit trees,
smoke free, references re-
quired, 850-260-9230 or
1BR/1BA Small. home, 3
miles from Chipley. Call
2BR House, East Blvd.
$350/mth, $250/deposit.
2BR MH. $335/mth,
$250/deposit. Both in
Chipley area. 638-4273.
2BR/1BA Home for rent,
Bonifay. Large lot.
2BR cabin 1BA, no pets.
$400 month, 1st, and last
month. Deposit required.
(850)-326-2412. 8 miles
South Bonifay
2BR/1BA house in Vernon,
large kitchen, large fenced
yard, washer/dryer, pole
barn $550. month. Availa-
ble now. 850-535-5000 or
For Rent: 3BR/1BA brick
house, 1400 sq ft, $425.
month, 3BR/2BA trailer,
weekly special, $275. a
month, Ponce 'de Leon
area. 850-259-9113.
House For Rent in Boni-
fay; 3BR/1BA A-Frame
newly remodeled. No
smoking, No pets.
$650/month,' $500. de-
posit. 850-547-4930 after 5
p.m. or leave message,

Newly '.,, remodeled
3BR/2BA, home very nice[
5 miles South of Chipley
on paved road. $650. rent,
$650./deposit. References
Required. Call
Sunny Hills area, very nice
2 br, 2 ba mobile home on
2.76 acres. No pets/smok
ing. $600 per month. Call

Chipley 3br 1ba, 753
East Blvd, incd W/S/G
$650mo + $300 dep No
pets. Call 850-814-2625

Tired of Living Alone?
Looking to share beautiful
home in Sunny Hills. Split
cost of expenses. Must
have good personality &
like to have fun. Call

| 6170
2 br Mobile Home, good
location in Chipley. No
Pets. 850-638-4640.
2BR, 2BA Mobile Home's
for rent. $400/mnth + Dep.
Quiet family park near
Chipley!!! 850-547-4232.
3BR/2BA & 2BR/1.5BA
MH for rent. 9 miles south
of Chipley. 638-4689.
Bonlfay,"' 2BR/1BA,,
I $400, and 3br/2ba $550Q
Imo In quiet MH home
park. RV also MH lots
S$150. mo 850-699-3599.
Circle J Mobile Home
Park in Chipley,
850-832-2929 921 N 2nd
St.; & Graceville 5262
Alabama St. 2&3 /BR units
for rent, starting @ $345.
per mo For info call
For Rent:
2 & 3 / Bedroomrr
Mobile-homes. Looking
for good place to live &
raise your family in Bon-
ifay. Call 850-547-3462.
Looking for a place to
party don't call, drug
free park.

For Rent: 3 br, 1 ba, Mo-
bile Home, just outside the
city limits on Hwy 90 Boni-
fay. $450.00 monthly,
deposit. Application and
references required. No
pets! 850-547-2604 or

For Rent: Esto, 3 busi-
ness lots with 3BR/1BA
older mobile home with
Flee market building,
fenced, $300. month, 1st &
last. Available March 15th.
Large 3BR/2BA MH. Ex-
cellent condition. 2 blocks
to. elementary school in
Chipley..- No pets.
$575/mth, $575/deposit.
850-638-0560 or
Mobile Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
elec. (850)-258-4868 or
850-209-8847 www.charlo's

, l 19R W= hinntnn P.nnntv NP.w /Hnlme. Cnl]ntv Times-Advertiser Wednesday. February 17. 2010

7100 Homes
7105 Open House
7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare

possible owner financing.
Call (850) 896-5755.

Two 8 acres on Bedie Rd,
Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd.
"Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres on Gainer Rd.
Owner financing For more
info call Milton PeFl @

Wanted for Investment1
IGroup: .Farms, timber,
I nuntng tracks Contact I
I Ted Knight 1
850-545-7243 UC R E
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Carol e Cannon, Broker
Brick 4/2 on about an acre $110,000 *
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Remodeled 3BR brick home on 1.6 acs
$149,000 21 lot mobile home park, in
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$65,000 Almost 7 acres $29,900
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Nice Shady Mobile Horie House for sale By owner
lot in Chipley area for rent. 747 Gilbert Drive, Chipley.
Includes water, sewer & 3BR1.5BA. 850-547-2937
trash. $175/mth. Call 3_ 5A805429
On beautiful stocked lake.
3 br, 2 ba in Vemrnon area. 1
$550 month. Deposit $200. 71SO _
No smoking/pets. One Gator Pond off Hwy. 77
child ok. (850) 835-5143 or near Sunnyhills in Wash-
850-585-7164 ington County; Approxi-
Wages Pond Greenhead mately 2 'acres high and
Area. 3 br, 2 ba, all appls, dry, next to water manage-
1 acre WF parcel, $635 + ment area, secluded,
sec. 850-233-4636 quiet. Price negotiable,

1983 14X60 2BR/1BA
w/front kitchen, fair shape,
vinyl siding, rain gutters,
painted inside. $6,000, you
move. Call Brad @
1999 16X80 3BR/2BA.
Bank taking all offers.
Home has new paint, car-
pet, fireplace, sliding door,
island kitchen. Bank ask-
ing $19,900, cash offers.
Call Brad @ 850-763-7780.
3BR/2BA Doublewlde
w/new carpet, paint, appli-
ances. Drop down den
w/fireplace. Very nice
home. $29,900. Includes
set-up & A/C hook-up. Call
Brad @ 850-763-7780.
Mobile Home for sale:
1999, 14X70, 3BR/2BA
shingle roof, vinyl siding,
excellent condition.
$9,900. 850-265-3166
New Zone III, 16X80
3BR/2BA. Plywood floors,
glamour bath, island
kitchen. 2010 model.
$35K. Includes normal
set-up. Call '.Brad. @


Nicely Remodeled 1998
Liberty 14x52, 2BR/1BA.
like new inside,, custom
Birch cabinets, Nice Appli-
ances. $7500.00 cash. Call

Crystal Lake ,
Vacant lot for sale, possi-
ble owner financing,
$138,000 (850) 573-0349

New Log Cabin* &
20+ acres only
$129,900. Sale Satur-
day,. 2/20 Onlyl New
1,800 sf. log 'cabin
package on 20 acres
near FL/GA border. Ex-
cellent financing. Call
now (800) 898-4409,
x.1513 *Log kit only

Land dr Developments
Wanted. We buy or
market development
lots. Mountain or Wa-
terfront Communities in
NC, SC, GA and FL.
Call (800)455-1981,

8100 Antique & Collectible;
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers.
8340 Motorhomes

2007 Ford Mustang Spe-
cial Edition. White w/black
stripes. 26mpg on high-
way. V-6, leather, loaded.
$12,999. Cell, 326-3123.

Chrysler Sebring, 2006,
98K miles, Gets 20 mpg,
great condition, everything
works, $7000 OBO Call

78 Ford Pickup, $600.
Washer/Dryer,' $100 for
both. 535-9672 or

82 Chevy LWB must sell
$800. firm w/extra parts. 2
WD. Power pole $100..


1976 Suzuki Motorcycle
GT 500A. 12,000 miles
w/sidecar. Excellent condi-
tion. $3,100. 773-5372.

For Sale 06 Suzuki Blvd.
Cruiser under 3000 miles,
barn kept, black &
chrome. $5500.


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