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The County record
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County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Blountstown Fla
Wallace B. Finlay
Creation Date:
November 2, 2005


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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2005 U 99th Year, No. 9 M BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)





Nov. 11
'Local students would like to
salute area veterans, but they
need a little help! If you or some-
one you know served our coun-
try in the military, please plan to
attend some upcoming programs
and be recognized for your serv-
ice to our nation.
Blountstown High School will
hold a Veterans Day assembly on
Friday, November 11, at 8:45
a.m. in the school auditorium.
All local veterans are encouraged
to attend.
That same morning at 9 a.m.,
Blountstown Middle School will
host a Veterans Day program in
their school gymnasium. A
reception will follow in the school
media center. Those veterans
wishing to attend are asked to
RSVP by calling BMS at 674-
Ini addition,. BMS Media
Specialist Wendy Eubanks ask
veterans and family members to
' submit photos and memorabilia
[uniforms. medals. postcards.
etc.) for a Veterans Day display.
Contact her at 674-8234 for info.

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THINK PINK: The staff at both Calhoun and Liberty County Health Departments are joining forces to educate women about breast can-
cer and remind them to get an annual mammogram. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness TMonth, they donned all things pink Friday -
the color symbolizing breast cancer awareness. Health officials say all women age 50 or over should have regular mammograms and
those at high risk should have them sooner.Talk to your doctor and schedule one today Looking pretty in pink are Health Department
staffers (seated, from left) Cindy Byler, Wendy Smith, Renee Luddington, Jodi Granger, Rachel Revell Vanessa O'Neal, (standing) Dr. Marl
Thomas, Teresa Mallory, Lisa Taylor, Susan Chafin, Dorcas Goodman, Bonita Granthom. Angle Bracewell Gina Adams, and Kelly King.
Costume awards went to Granger (most pink), Adams (most original). Grantharn (most outrageous), and Smith (most enthusiastic).


Man burned in apartment blaze

News Editor
A Blountstown man remains
in the bum unit at Shands
Hospital in Gainesville after
being injured in an apartment
fire early Sunday.
Darcy Bess was alone in his
bedroom in unit two of
Benchmark Apartments on
Fannin Avenue when the fire
broke out around 6 a.m.
"We got the call at 6:09 and
were on the scene at 6:14,"
Blountstown Fire Chief Ben
Hall reports. "Our full roster
showed up all 16 firefighters."
Chief Hall says he saw the
smoke as he rounded the cor-
ner at Bank of America and
immediately called for backup
from the Nettle Ridge and West
Side volunteer fire depart-

A crew from Emergystat
Ambulance Service was on the
scene when Chief Hall arrived
and were treating Bess on the
ground outside the apartment.
Sources say Bess had jumped
from his second story bedroom
to the pavement below as
flames soared above him. "The
way it appeared the fire was, he
couldn't get out the bedroom
door," says Chief Hall. "The
fire started close to the door-
way on the second floor in his
bedroom where he was sleep-
Fortunately, one unit next to
Bess' apartment was vacant
and no one was home in the
apartment' next to his. The
fourth'apartment in the build-
ing was evacuated. "We were
able to' contain the fire to the
second floor of that one apart-
ment." Chief Hall advises.

Bess was taken to Calhoun-
Liberty Hospital and immedi-
ately flown by Air Medic to
Shands. "I know he was, badly
burned on his head and torso,"
says Chief Hall.
The County Record spoke
with Darey's brother, Patrick
Bess, Monday afternoon, who
advised, "He's stable, but his
burns are critical."

Fortunately, Bess' wife and
young daughter were staying
overnight with her mother and
were not home at the time of
the blaze. ;
- The cause of the fire has not
yet been determined and was
being investigated by Jason
Roberts of the Fire Marshal's
Office at press time.

FBikers invited to benefit ride
Calling all bikers! A 30 new toy. Proceeds will go to
mile motorcycle ride in the the Sheriffs Office
country is planned Sunday, Christmas for the Children
Nov. 20, beginning at the project and the Calhoun Co.
American Legion in Senior Citizens Association.
Blountstown. Everyone will The event is sponsored by
gather at 11 a.m. and the Legacy Vets. Call Arthur
ride begins around noon. Bailey at 674-3200 for more
K 'Entry fee is $10 and a information. )

DISTRICT CHAMPS...AGAIN!!! The Blountstown Tigers had plenty to celebrate Fndov night after their win over Holmes County. The vic-
tory secured the district championship title for the third straight season a first in Tiger history. For more highlights, Turn to page 7.

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from home
News Editor
Seeking information from the
Calhoun County Clerk's Office?
Now you don't have to make d
trip into town or stand in line if
you're in need of a public record:
You can simply access it from
yoir home computer.
Clerk of Court Ruth Attaway
will be offering a workshop oni
the new public records access on
Thursday, Nov. 10, during the
Calhoun County Chamber of
Commerce meeting. The work'
shop will be held in the court-
room on the second floor of the
Calhoun County Courthouse.
Finger foods will be served at
11:30 a.m. with the presentation
beginning at noon. The public is
invited to attend.
Just a few years ago, Attawayi
did a presentation after her office
was first online. At that time.
residents could access informa-
tion on what had been recorded'
and then order the document for
a small fee. Now. that senice has
been expanded. "You can access
the record. pull the document.
and print it out at home,"
Attawav explains. "If you're
printing it out on your own com-
puter and you don't need a certi-
fied copy. it's free."
Making the documents avail-
able online has not been an easy
process. "It was an expensive
and time consuming project, but
we do have it done now," says
Attaway. "I have imaged all the.
way back to 1917. The state only
requires you to have 1990 for-
ward, but I went back to 1917.
Actually, I will be taking it even
further." To check out the public
records, go to www.calhoun-
Attaway says she's hoping to
introduce the new monitor sys-
tem in the courtroom during the
workshop. -'Ve vehave television
-screens all the way around," she
says. "Whenever we are in the
midst of a trial, there will be one
focused on the judge and one on
the witness stand. This system
has been put in all over the 14th
Judicial Circuit. I was able to get
mine without any cost. All I had
to do was pay for the electrical
into it and a couple other minor
Attaway says the system \rill
come in handy in the event a wit-
ness is unable to travel to a trial.
"For instance, if you had a wit-
ness on death row, if the facili-
ties where they are have a com-
puter with a little camera on it,
we could actually view and ques-
tion that witness over that sys-
tem and them 500 miles away."


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:To the Editor:
I- just wanted to let you and
:the rest of my friends in Calhoun
'County know that I finally
.received the 'autographed beach
:ball', the photos and a copy of the
:article that The County Record
printedd concerning my deploy-
I can't tell you how much I
:appreciate the good wishes and
:support from our friends in
, As you may know, I was re-
called to active duty with the
:Army last October, 2004. After
:training at Ft Sill, Oklahoma and
,Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio,,
Texas, I was sent to Fort
Benning Georgia, where I went
through more pre-deployment
training with .the 1065th Area
Support Medical Company. The
1065th is a National Guard Unit
from Puerto Rico. I was assigned
as the Mental Health Officer.
SWe have been providing med-
ical care from the Troop Medical
Clinic on LSA Anaconda, just
outside of Balad, since January.
Right now, it looks like our
replacements will be coming in
soon and we may re-deploy to the
States for demobilization in a few
' I want to say thanks to all of
.you that signed the 'beach ball'
:and wrote such kind and sup-
:portive messages, including Ben
Hall, Ben Yoder,Sue Bateman,

Scary Indeed
So I've been covering quite a
;few carnivals this week and I've
:noticed something. Costumes
have come a mighty long way,
These kids today are sporting,
:elaborate outfits, clearly hand
-sewn and planned out for
months in advance. Fairy
;princesses in ball gowns, lions
,with full manes, and action fig-
,ures come to life are common
.sightings: The mamas making all
this fancy, smancy attire would
have no problem landing a gig as
a costume designer on
That wasn't the case at the
'Peacock household back 'in the
For my sister, Kim, and me, a
'white sheet with, two holes cut
:out for eyes was standard issue
"for many years until we got hip to
'the plastic mask craze that took
,dff in the early to mid 70s (actu-
i11y, it probably took off a decade
gr .'so before, but our parents
never let that cat out of the bag).
SMom hated the scary cos-
;tumes; so for a couple years we
:were forced to portray clowns
with these big, goofy, plastic-
faced grins. I swear, those clowns
looked like. they'd been on a
.three-day drunk.
By '75, we were into the
:superheroes and Wonder Woman
was all the rage. We were living in
'Mississippi and Kim was in
kindergartenn 'half A day. For
;weeks, she thought of nothing
:else but going to school as
Wonder Woman. Tragically, mom

Cathy and Harry Hagan, Marion
Peavy, Bob Wilforg, Margie
Laramore, Eddie Green, Kim and
Keith Owings, COL Logan
Barbee, Ft Jacob and my friends
from the Health Department, Sue
Chafin, Wayne Sutton and
Teresa Lee. Last, but not least,
thanks, KelliI
It's hard to describe how great
it feels to hear from friends in the
States! Sometimes, it's hard to
know that people even remember
that you are here in Iraq and, for
the Army, the deployment is for
one year.
Most of all, a special thanks to
my friend Eddie Flynn. Eddie
engineered this project and has
kept in regular contact with me
and with my wife, Liz, who is in
Germany with our kids, Joseph,
Jacob and Aimee-Marie. I truly
appreciate your friendship and
support, Eddie!
Thanks again to all. I will
never forget our friends in
Blountstown (which we still con-
sider our 'home town') and
-Calhoun/Liberty Counties. We
still miss all of you. Please take
care and stay in touch. Our
home address in Germany is list-
ed below.

Major Eugene Lamoureux
Elizabeth Lamoureux
CMR 457 Box 336
APO AE 09033-0336

Letter to the Editor,
We would like to thank some
special people for helping us to
repair our house: Faye Bailey,
Dowling Parrish and Danny
We 'do regret the loss, of
Randell Pumphrey. But through
it all his boys carried on. He
would be proud of.his boys. To
Stephen, Lee, Tommy and
Frances Pumphrey and Steve for
getting them through it all.
Thank you.
Kenny and Bobbi Klotz

decided to forego a tnp 'o 'the
store and just make her a cos-
tume. Kim still wakes up in a
cold sweat some nights, remem-
bering that outfit. She left the
house that Halloween morning
thinking she really looked like a
superhero. "I had these big ear-
rings on' and a white sheet," she
recalls. "I thought it was good
until I got to school and some girl
had the actual Wonder Woman
After that traumatic experi-
ence, we convinced mom to get
us the pre-packaged. Wonder
See KELLI, page 11

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Oct. 25: Chris Crutchfield, violation of probation; Russell Blue, violation of pro-
bation/Hernando Co.; Tracey Brown, violation of state probation; William
Lindsey, domestic battery/violation of state probation Clint Davis, possession of
cocaine, drug paraphernalia
Oct. 26: Bruce Lee, aggravated assault; Michael Bailey, violation of county pro-
bation, warrant/introduction of contraband in county facility: Henry C. Calhoun,
driving while license suspendedor revoked -
Oct. 27: Jay Hoyt Rackley, assault/four counts; Michael L. Simmons, reckless
driving,.possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis; George Connelly Ill, war-
rant/battery; Steve Darnell, child abuseAwo counts
Oct. 28: Dewey Vaughn, violation of county probation; Alvin Ferguson, DUI
Oct. 29: Eddie Burkes, violation of probation; Kathaleen Leigh, DUI; Elizabeth
Smith, possession of controlled substance and prescription drug without a pre-
scription; David Payne, possession of controlled substance, prescription drug
Without a prescription, drug paraphernalia, and less than 20 grams of marijuana;
:*Ashley Robertson, DUI
;Oct. 30:Taurice Edwards, domestic battery, resisting arrest without violence;
:Frances Mitchell, failure to appear in court
; Oct. 31: Presley Robinson, resisting arrest without violence, failure to appear in
- court, driving while license suspended or revoked/habitual
: The above Individuals were bookedinto the Calhoun County Jail over the
Past week. Although theyhave been charged with a crime, they are consid-
- ered Innocen ntutilproven guilty.
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Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD

Local man arrested Moving day incident assault, two days in a row to purchase dishes, but
According to the Calhoun County was told she would need to speak with
for child abuse leads to one arrest Sheriff's Office, Lee contacted authorities the owner of the flea market who is
Wednesday morning and advised some- Connelly.
Steve Darnell, 50, of Blountstown Jay Hoyt Rackley of Altha was arrest- one was trying to steal a lawn mower On the morning of Oct. 21, Sparks
remains in custody at the Calhoun ed last week on charges of four counts of from his neighbor's house and he was said she went to the store and asked a
County Jail after being arrested last week assault for allegedly threatening employ- holding him at gunpoint. woman in the business what Connelly
for two counts of child abuse. ees of a moving company. Maj. Roman Wood arrived and spoke had decided about the dishes. She
According to the Calhoun County According to the Calhoun County with Justin Black who said 'he had per- alleged Connelly stormed from the rear of
Sheriff's Office, Maj. Roman Wood Sheriff's Office, the incident occurred mission from the owners to take the lawn, the store and approached her, then
accompanied Florida Dept. of Children & back on Aug. 25 when Altha Police Chief mower to cut their daughter's grass. began verbally attacking her, reportedly
Families (DCF) Investigator Nikki Davis Jimmy Baggett and CCSO Dep. Mark Black advised he and the couple's daugh- accusing her of trying to "rip him off" and
to Darnell's business last month following Mallory responded to Rackley's former ter have a child together and reside said she was going to purchase the dish-
a report that his children had been disci- residence on SR 71 North following a directly behind them. Black said he tried es at a reduced price, and sell them for
plined with a belt. While Davis discussed report of a disturbance, to explain that to Lee, who had pulled a profit at a different location. Sparks said
a safety plan with Darnell, Maj. Wood Upon arrival, they learned that the rifle on him, however, Lee began to yell Connelly then placed his hands on her
noticed a belt on the wall with an unusual current owner, Wakulla Bank, had hired a racial slurs at him and called him a thief. and physically shoved her out of the store
belt buckle. Darnell noticed him looking at moving company to have the contents of While Maj. Wood spoke to Black, Lee into the parking area, slammed the door
it and reportedly remarked, "Yes, that's the residence moved into storage walked over to where they were and in her face, and told her to leave.
thebelt i question." Officials report Rackle failed to began verbally attacking Black. Lee was A warrant was issued and Connelly
Darnell then asked Maj. Wood if he'd remove his personal belongings during a then placed under arrest and began was taken into custody Thursday.
asked one of his sons why he didn't get grace period extended to him by the yelling racial slurs at Maj. Wood and Inv.
spanked. Before Maj. Wood could bank. Michael Bryant. He initially failed to com- Traffic stops lead
answer, Darnell said it was because "he Moving company employees, at the ply when placed under arrest, but eventu- u
was going to get it worse." scene advised Rackley had entered the ally cooperated andj was booked into the to drug arrests
Maj. Wood advised Darnell that he home and threatened to "shoot everyone" Calhoun County Jail.
hadn't spoken to any of Darnell's children inside if they continued to remove his d f Several individuals landed behind
and was only there to accompany the possessions. Man arrested for bars last week after a number of traffic
DCF investigator. A warrant was issued for Rackley's stops ended in drug arrests.
Davis supplied Maj. Wood with photo- arrest and he was taken into custody battery at businesAccording to the Calhoun County
graphs showing bruises on two of Thursday. He was given a conditional y I o Sheriff's Office, the first case occurred
Darnell's children. A few days later, Maj. release later that day. George Peter Connelly III of last Tuesday, Oct.,25, when Dep. Chris
Wood escorted Davis back to Darnell's Blountstown was arrested last week and Porter pulled a vehicle over for weaving
business to advise him the children were Borrowed mower charged with battery. on SR 20 West just before 6 p.m.
being sheltered by DCF.The belt in ques- According to the Calhoun County Dep. Porter noticed the driver, Clint
tion was still hanging on the door frame dispute ends in arrest Sheriff's Office,:Debbie McAlpin Sparks, Christopher Davis, Jr., 24, appeared
and was collected as evidence. 45 walked into the CCSO Oct. 21 to file nervous and had watery eyes. Davis
Following an investigation, a warrant Bruce Wyatt Lee, 61, wasarrested charges against Connelly. She provided a reportedly admitted to havingsmoked
was obtained lor Darnell s arrest and he last week and charged with aggravated sworn taement alleging she went taSee
Was taken into custody last week. tlea marl et adjacenT to Connelly's Florist See CRIME, page .14

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The County Record, NOVEMBER 2, 2005, Page 3

Brown, Johnson to wed

It is with joy and excitement Nikki is a graduate of Liberty Park. A reception will immedi- family are welcome; no local invi-
that Ricky and Kathy Brown of County High School, Chipola ately follow the ceremony at the stations will be sent.
Bristol announce the engage- Junior College and Florida State Veterans' Memorial Park Civic The couple plan to reside ini
ment of their daughter. Nikki University. She holds a B.A. in Center in Bristol. All friends and Tallahassee.

Jon Mark Plummer and Johanna Chrysten Van Lierop

Van Lierop, Plummer

announce engagement

Ms. Deborah Van Lierop
announces the engagement of
her daughter, Miss Johanna
Chrysten Van Lierop,. to Mr.
Jon Mark Plummer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Plummer.
Johanna is also the daughter
of the late Joe Van Lierop. ,
Johanna graduated from
the Florida State University
with a Bachelor of Science in
Business Management. She is
the business manager at
Blountstown Drugs.
Jon graduated from.

Auburn University- with a
Bachelor of Science in
Pharmacy. He is the owner of
Blountstown Drugs.
The wedding is planned for
January. 14, 2006, at 5:30
P.M. CST at the First Baptist
SChurch, in. Blountstown.
Dinner and dancing will follow
at Linton Oaks at Fort La
Place, the home of Mr. Howard
Johnson, Jr.
All friends and relatives are
cordially invited to attend. y

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Allington, Sigman exchanged

Join the ACSRelay for Life; wedding vows September 16
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meeting Nov. 3 at 6:30 p.m.

The American Cancer Society
Relay For Life of Calhoun-Liberty.
Counties' will have a meeting on
Thursday. November 3, at 6:30
p.m. (CST) aiThe Ciic Cetifer 'in
We would like to imnite every-
one to attend; including all team
captains, team members, and
anyone who would like to organ-
ize, a team. We are still looking
for volunteers. Please contact Jo
Ann Stewart at 643-3890 for


more information.
The American Cancer Society
is ti th' -r .,:,._,n : ],: ., mi- nil "
based voluntary health organiza-
S"ton dedicated to eliminating
cancer as a major health problem
by saving lives, diminishing suf-
fering and preventing cancer
through research, education,
advocacy and service.
For more information on can-
cer, call the American Cancer
Society at 1-800-ACS-2345,
available 24 h ours a day, seven
days a week, or visit www.can-

The marriage of Clea AUlington
and Jeff Sigman took place on
September 16th.
The wedding and reception
were held in Lheir home. followed
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The Internet Basics Class
scheduled for November 6th, has
been canceled due to upcoming
elections and holidays. The class
will be rescheduled to begin at a
later date and will be announced;
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Library in Blountstow\\ would
like to cordially invite an\ resi-
dent who desires to improve their
computer skills to visit the Adult
Computer Lab and get FREE
one-on-one training on a sched-
uled basis. Library staff are
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 2, 2005, Page 4

SMr. James L. (J.L.) Bailey, age
.7D of Blountstown, FL (Scotts
Fe.rry Community) died
Baturdav. October 29, 2005, in
Tallahassee. FL.
'* J.L. was born in Kinard, FL
and had lived in Calhoun and
Liberty counties most of his life,.
He was a member of the Williams
Memorial Methodist Church in
Scotts Ferry. Mr. Bailey was a
Deputy Sheriff of Calhoun
County from 1959 until 1961,
.Deputy Sheriff with the Bay
County Sheriffs' Department
from 1961 until 1966, City
Policeman with the City of
Blountstown Police Department
.from 1973 until 1979, Deputy
Sheriff of Liberty County from
'1'979 until 1990, a Correction
O officer with ACI from 1990 until
.1996. Sheriff of Liberty County
-from 1997 until 2001. J.L. was a
life member of the, Florida
Sheriffs Association.
-.He was preceded in death by
hjs parents, Lee and Thelma
Bailey; -a-son, Randy Bailey: a
sister, Ouida Pearl Bailey: and a

brother, Roy Bailey.
Survivors include his. wife,
Kathleen Bailey of the :Scotts
Ferry Community 'in
Blountstown; one daughter,
Judith Lynn Thibodeaux of
Monroe, LA; six sons: Allen Cox
of Pascagoula, MS, Joseph Lee
Bailey and James Lee Bailey,
both of Marianna, Terry Peddie of
Tallahassee; Tony Peddie and
Tim Peddie, both of Bristol; two
sisters: Pat Padgett of Marianna.
and Soni Greer of Vernon: ten
grandchildren and one great-
Funeral services 'were held
Monday, October 31, 2005, at
11:00 a.m. (CST) from the First
Baptist Church in Blountstown.
FL with Rev. Terr Blackburn
and Rev. Bob Bellman officiating.
Interment followed in the J.L.
Bailey family cemetery in Scotts
Ferry. Contributions may be'
made to the Florida Sheriffs
Boys Ranch or the Girls Villa.
SAll arrangements were under
the direction of Marlon Peavy at
Pea\v Funeral Home in 850-674-2266.

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Assembln of God Fall Festial, hela October 3.0. Sri.,n (rrom c left) are Triston
Vl7hiioker Braecnr Smiti an.i Bo,lee I'.:..-. ., Len. Srr'ytr These three
cousins orn A.inrn rsevern feks of eacri other ore e',.pect:rfl,~ three rriore tc.
join them In Nlc'iermner arnd Januoar', g.iril trne latr W,lie arici n or iflotrni of
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SKeep God CR O
I Your r IH The family of James Coolidge
An Your Hear. J Barton would like to express our
- ,emr, -,,'--a^'h"^ th oole

From Tragedy
To Triumph
Psalm 54:7
Sometimes we can have trouble
with Psalm 54:7. I know I can't in
all honesty say God has delivered
me from all my trouble.
Within the last few years I
watched my mother slowly leave us
with Alzhelmer's Disease. Her
body stayed but she was gone
about a year before she died. Now
S I am watching a friend who is slow-
ly traveling down the same road. he
is little by little leaving us. I have
been through several heart
%wrenching situations that cuan
tempt you to wonder, why Lord. I
have also watched more than one
person that would almost make
you loose faith in human beings.
All these occurrences as I look to
the Psalmist who says the Lord has
delivered him out of all his trou-
bles and caused him ro triumph
over his enemies.
It just doesn't add up until we
look at the Cross. That is our
problem. The old rugged cross is
an emiblem of defeat, failure, and
tragedy. But we must remember.
God had something else In mind.
Now we, too, can take the suffering
and tragedies of this world and give
them to a God who has something
else in mind.
i-iow about yo-u? Can you give
your tragedy to Gmo and trustt Him
to turn l ati ti ruipAh Conme on.
take thefirst step today. Give Him
the rhLn.g thaF, br."ai your heart.
Do i by faith and watch what He
No one understands hke Jesus,
Wh-n the fret iof- lf' assail.
Y'~Au holdd never be discouraged:
Jesi care-s and wll riot fall.
-Joln W. Peterson

prayers., isit,. phone calls, food
and flowers during the time of ill-
ness and passing of a dear hus-
band. father, grandfather and
A very special thanks goes to
Covenant Hospice and Calhoun
County Senior Citizens for all
the love. care and support over
the years. A special thanks goes
to Pea\y Funeral Home and Rev.
Edgar Fuqua. Rev. Dewayne
Tolbert and Rev. Jack Howell for
standing by us in our time of
The family of
James Coolidge Barton


80 -674- 49

Sunday Services
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...1 1:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Sernice...7:00 PM

Hwy. 20 West
13th Street
Blountstown, FL

Meaningful Bible Study......................... 9:45 AM
Exciting Worship................................. 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship......................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
Pastor Tom Stallworth
Located two blocks south of the intersection Highway 20
and Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
Helping people follow in the footsteps of Christ

Blountstown United Methodist Church
A Place Where We.
REJOICE in,God's Grace, RENEW our hearts in God's Love and
REACH OUT following the example of Christ
20500 Central Ave. West 850-674-8254
Blountstown, Florida 850-674-3144

Sa Deadline

Monday at Noon,
ship wih us. Frmoreinom -~

Free cookout and concert
Saturday in Scotts Ferry
SA good ol' fashioned cookout
and outdoor concert is set for
this Saturday, Nov. 5, from noon
until at the Scotts Ferry store
-river landing. The best part is,
it's completely free!
The event, sponsored by
Williams. Memorial United
Methodist Church. will include a
chicken lunch, plus games for
the little ones, as well as volley-
ball and horse shoes for the older
kids. A variety of bands will
entertain with music ranging
from gospel to Christian rock.
Performers include the
Powerhouse Praise Band,
Prodigal from Newnan. Georgia,
Glad Tidings"Ladies Quartet. the
Bi-emer Sisters, Lisa Adams Yon,
Becky Kent, and others.
Bring your lawn chair, the
whole family. and friends. 'and
spend a fall day enjoying food,
fun, and fellowship
For more information, call Lori
Hunter at 674-1063 or Nikki
Anderson at 209-1944.

Page Pond Assembly of
God will honor pastor:
Page Pond Assembly of God
Church will observe their annual
Pastor Appreciation Day on
Sunday. November 6th.
The church is located near
Shelton Store in Altha.

Homecoming this Sunday
at Abe Springs Baptist
The Abe Springs Baptist
Church will be celebrating home-
coming on Sunday. November
6th. Services will begin at 10:30
a.m. CST. We will feature Joyce
Igo and local talent. Dinner will
be served in the fellowship room
following morning worship.
Everyone is invited to come and
bring a covered dish and fellow-

Transportation meeting
planned Nov. 14, 2 p.m.
Senior citizens entr
The Calhoun County
Transportation Disadvantaged
Coordinating Board announces a
meeting to which all persons are
The meeting Is set for Monday.
November 14. at 2 p.m. at the
Calhoun County Senior Citizens
Center on .,Cayson Street in
The agenda will include annual
CTC evaluation. Transportation
Disadvantaged Serice Plan update.
CTC report and staff report.
For more information, or if you
require special accommodations at
the meeting because of a disability or
physical impairment, contact \'anita
Anderson at the Apalachee Regional
Planning Council at 18501 674-4571
or by emad at

ship with us. For more informa-
tion call 674-4376.

Southside Assembly will
celebrate homecoming
The Southside Assembly of
God Church located on Hwy. 71
south will have homecoming
services on Sunday, November .
6th beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Guest speaker will be West
Florida District Superintendent,
Brb. Bobby Thompson. Dinner
will be served immediately follow-
ing the service. Everyone is cor-
dially invited to come and enjoy
the fellowship. ..THE
Fall Festival on Saturday gos
at Coopers Park, 9 a.m. M
St. Mary Baptist Church and
St. Paul AME Church will be
having a Fall Festival Saturday,
November 5th. starting at 9:00
a.m. until at Coopers Park.
There vill be lots of food and
games. We're inviting everyone
to come out and join the fun.
Anyone who is interested in
assisting with this event contact
Cliff Jackson at 674-9607 or
209-1684. or Crystal Engram at

Rahal's annual gospel
sing Saturday, Nov. 19
Rahal Chevrolet-Cadillac-
Buick Nissan's fifth annual
gospel sing will be held Saturday.
Nov. 19. at 6:30 p.m. at
Marianna's National Guard
Armory on Hwy. 90 West.
Featured groups will be the '
Triumphant Quartet from
Se\ierville. Tennessee. the
Nelons from Smyrna. Georgia,
and the Basford Brothers from
Local church youth groups
will be serving drinks, popcorn
and candy bars. Everyone is
invited to attend.


Family of
Funw HoaH.

BASFORD BROTHERS ore among the groups scheduled to
pear at the Rohol Chevrolet-Cadillac-Buick Nissan's fifth annual
pel sing will be held Saturday. Nov 19. at 6:30 p.m. at
rionna's National Guard Armory on Hwy. 90 West.

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Sunday School 9:30 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Prayer and Bible Study Wednesday 6:30 PM
General Mission & Brotherhood 2nd & 4th Saturday 10 AM

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Sunday School 10.00 AM Bible Stud "':00 PM
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 2,2005, Page 5

Hugh Creek Library announces

afterschool, weekend programs

Happy "50th" Birthday'
Paul Laramorell
From your family

Happy "Ist" Birthday!!
Baleigh Lynn Parrish celebrat-
ed her first birthday October 22nd
with a Strawberry Shortcake
party. She is the ;daughter of
Trisha Parrish .and Jbremy Foster..
Her grandparents rare Fletcher
and Debbie Parrish of
Blountstown and Tommy -and
Cassie Foster of Clarksville.
Baleigh enjoys playing outsidee
and going to see granny and
papa and grammy ,and grand-
. Birth Annou n em n

Aubrey Lorryn French
Mr Ond Mrs. Robin French of
Clearwater FL proudly announce
the Oirth of their daughter. AuDrey
Lorryn Dorn on August 19. 2005
at Boyyfront Medical Center in St
Petersburg, FL. She weighed eight
pounds and was 20 5 inches long
Paternal grandparents are
SAnn French of Blountstown and.
Mr. and lrs. Robert French of Fort
-,Myers, FL. Maternal grandparents
Sare Anna l-oll and Joe Lopez of
St. Petersburg. FL Special aunt is
Nikki Bernhard of Blountstown.

Love, Savana

Happy 7th Birthday,
Blaine Tharpe! November 3
We want you to know how for-
tunate we feel to hove you in our
lives 'rou bring a hue of happiness
to our hearts and a rainboav of
love that will forever color our
world with joy.,
Thank you for being the won-
derful son and brother you are
arid for making subh'a beautiful
difference in our lives.
We hope your birthday is all,
you want itto be.
We love you very much. Blaine
Love always,
Daddy Tino, Sissy, & Blake

Jade is the daughter of Lindo
and Danny Ro, Wise She is
presently attending Chipola
We love you Jade,
From all your family and

Hugh Creek Library is excited
to announce upcoming after-
school and weekend programs.
The programs will include arts
and crafts as well as story-time
for children of all ages.
Hugh Creek Library is a
branch of the Calhoun County
Public Library System and is
located in Hugh Creek communi-
ty of Blountstown on Highway 69
North. In addition to the pro-
grams that will be starting soon,
Hugh Creek Library also offers
after-school tutoring to children
of all ages and has internet-capa-,
ble computers for public use at
no charge. Computer training
assistance is also available at no
charge on an individual basis.
If you would like more infor-
mation on the services available

Library closing

Nov. 8 due to

City election
The Blountstown .Library will
be closed on Tuesday, November
8th, because the building is used
as a voting site. Staff members
will be in the'building, but it will
riot be open for business. Voting
will be in the Heritage Room.
Voters are' asked to park in the
back parking lot. This entrance,
is also handicapped accessible.
Altha Library, Hugh Creek,
Kinard and Shelton's Park
Library will be open from 2:00
until 5:00 p,m. as usual,

Woman's Club

Trash, Treasure

Sale Saturday
The Blountstown Woman 's
Club will hold its annual Trash
'N Treasure Sale Saturday,
November 5, at the old Piggly
Wiggly lot, Hwy. ,20,
Blountstown, from 8:00 to 12:00
There wiUl be a variety of items
for sale books, clothing knick
knacks, etc.
Come early and look around.
Maybe you'll find a treasure!
See you Saturday, November
5th at 8:00 a.m.

L.l1 sr. citizens

seeking discount

on city utilities,
Senior Citizens unite! Local
senior citizens are asking the
Blountstown City Council for a
senior discount on utilities at the
November 15th meeting at 6:00
p.m. at the City Council Complex
on Angle Street.
Ask 'our City Council people
who are running in the Tuesday.
November 8th election to support
senior citizens. Call 674-1363 for
more information.

SWe need yor hep to

: ..eep the 'ights a n

SWhat to do if you find a malfunctioning or
failed street light or FPU owned outdoor light:

.. REPORT TROUBLE to FPU immediately:
For Amelia Iland Customers
Call us: (904) 261-3663
.isit us: 911 S. 8th Screec, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
S: Maill s: PI.O. Box 418, FernandinaBedaclFL 32035
Send us an email: netlorida(@puc.conm
For Jackson, Liberty and Calhoun County Customers
Call us:'(850) 526-6800 (lackson Count) or (850) 674-4748,
S(Liberty and Calhoun Counties) .

V. isit us: 2825 Pennsylva.nia Ave., Marianna, FL32448' '
SMail us:B. O. Box ol0, Marianna, FL 32447
S Send us an mail:
Go theExtra M-I-L-E nd teil us:'
S MALFUNCTION or other problem with'the streetlight;

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.,INFORMATION including your name, add ss, telephone number and
Se-mail address in case we need to contact you regarding the problem;
LOCATION',of the malfunctioning or failed streetlight, including the
nearest address and any nearby landmarks;
EFFORT. Thank you fir making the EFFORT!
Please help us serve. you better and together... let's keep the lights on!



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at Hugh Creek Library, please
contact Dolly Boyd, Branch
Manager, or Jenny Sandoval,
AmeriCorps*VISTA, at 674-3334.

KCCB seeking

input; meeting

set for Nov. 8
The Keep Calhoun County
Beautiful, Inc. (KCCB) Board of
Directors have scheduled a pub-
lic meeting for anyone who is
interested in promoting the qual-
ity of life in Calhoun County.
The board would welcome
input from citizens regarding lit-
ter control and beautification
projects throughout the county,
The meeting will be held on
Tuesday, November '8, at 6:00
PM in the conference rooni of the
Calhoun County Extension
Together we can make a differ-
ence. We look forward to seeing .
you' there.

Flanders is on

Dean's List at

Palmer College
Jeremy..Flanders, a 2001
graduate of Altha High School,
has made the Dean's List for.the
third time at Palmer College of
Chiropractic Florida.
To be eligible for the Dean's
List, a student'must achieve a
minimum grade point average
(GPA) of 3.5in all studies for the
-quarter. The highest possible
GPA'is 4.0.
Jeremy, the son of Linda and
Jeff Flanders of Altha, graduated
from Chipola Junior College and
took his chiropractic .prerequi-
sites at Flonda State University.
He expects to earn his Doctor of
Chiropractic degree in. April
Palmer College of Chiropractic
Florida, Which opened in 2002, is
a branch campus of Palmer,
College of Chiropractic,
Davenport. Iowa,: the profession's
founding college.





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.The County Record, NOVEMBER 2, 2005, Page 6

Baker ends Lady Tigers' season

News Editor

It was an incredible ride that
ended way too soon for the
Blountstown Lady Tigers.
After claiming the district title,
then winning the regional quar-
terfinals, BHS advanced to the
regional semifinals Saturday at
Baker. Unfortunately, it would be
the last trip for the 2005 team as
they were defeated, 18-25, 9-25,

26-24, 21-25.
"We knew this game would be
won mentally." Coach Susan
Rash tells The County Record.
"We made some crucial errors to
give them big points. Baker is a.
tough team and does not make
many mistakes. To beat them we
needed to play error free volley-
ball. We didn't do that Saturday."
The Lady Tigers were led by
Holly Jeppson with eight kills,
two blocks, seven digs. and an

ace; Amanda Whitfield with three
kills, a block, and three digs; and
Nichole Tipton with five kills, two
blocks, 10 digs, and three aces.
"We still had a great season,
finishing 15-5 and winning the
district championship, then
making it to the regional semifi-
nals," Coach Rash remarks. "I'm
very proud of our team. We are
still young and I expect big
things out of these Lady Tigers
again next year."

Lady Bulldogs host Baker

in re onals Thursday night


S The Liberty County High
SPhool volleyball team isori the
road to victory. The Lady
Bulldogs are having an outstand-
ing 2005 season with 19 wins
and only 2 losses. The Lady
Bulldogs have played with a lot of
Sweat and determination to bring
i victory title home.
: The team is comprised of only
3 Seniors and 9 Juniors who
each bring a lot of talent and skill
to the court. The theme for the
Lady Bulldogs this year has been
"Dig Deep". in other words don't
give up, no matter what the score
is just dig a little deeper for \icto-
ry. That motto has inspired
them in many of their games and
is evident with their season
record. They were.undefeated in
Sthe first 8' games' at theyplaved
and they maintained being num-
ber 1 in the district all season.
SSome of the leading players in
kills, digs. saves, aces. and
blocks are Julie Brock (Sr.),
Natalie Eubanks (Sr.). Candice
SHolley (Jr.). Lindsey Nobles (Jr.),
Dayna Ramsey (Jr.), Britt Reed
S(Jr.). and Jacqueline Sans (Jr.).
The other team members are
Carmen Foran (Jr.), Kaley Revell
(Jr.), Marissa Shuler (Jr.). Kayla
Sumner (Jr.), Shonja West (Sr.),
and Kaycee Ammons (Jr.). The
team is coached by Casi Peddle
in her second year as head coach
for the Lady Bulldogs. These
ladies have exemplified hard
work, determination, and a great

attitude both on and off the
The Lady Bulldogs have an
amazing fan club. The fans have
shown their support for the team
whether they are at home or on
the road. The Lady Bulldogs
depend on the fans to help sup-
port them and encourage them in
the games. The Bulldog spirit
has helped these girls come out
on top with a victory. especially
in their rival games against
Blountstown and Altha.
The road to victory began with
the district championship game
against West Gadsden which the
Bulldogs won in 3 games. Next
LCHS hosted Sneads in the
regional quarterfinals in which
the Lady Bulldogs took the -icto-
ry once again.
This past Saturday the Lady
Bulldogs, traveled tq Cottondale
,to face the' Hornets.. Although
they were off to a rocky start los-
ing the first game. the Lady
Bulldogs pulled another victory
defeating the Cottondale Hornets
in the next 3 games to clinch the
Serm-Regional match.
The Lady Bulldogs advance to
the Regional match on Thursday,
November 3, at 7:00 p.m. (EST)
in Bristol where they will face
Baker High. The State
Championship game will be held
on Saturday, November 12 (loca-
tion and time TBA).
The Lady Bulldogs encourage
all the fans to come and support
them at home on Thursday
night. This is the first time our
volleyball team has made it to

this level in the playoffs. We are
proud of Coach Peddle and the
Lady Bulldog team in the success
they have had in this 2005 vol-
leyball season! You are all cham-
pions in our eyes!
We wish the Lady Bulldogs the
best as they continue on the road
to victory!

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Tigers score 26 unanswered points in second half


The Blountstown Tigers over-
came a poor first half in Bonifay
Friday rught scoring 26 unan-
swered points in the second half
to claim their ninth consecutive
win of the season and clinch
their third consecutive district
ttle. The Tigers will travel to
Wewa Fnday night to face former
Tiger coach Greg Jordan and his
8-1 Gators in hopes of another
victory and a second consecutive
undefeated season.
The Tigers were totally out of
sync in the first half against the
Blue Devils. They either under-
estimated Bonifay's talent or
have become a little overconfi-
dent in themselves. Costly
penalties and turnovers by the
Tigers led to two Holmes County
touchdowns and a 13-0 lead at
intermission. One of the penal-
ties cost the Tigers a touchdown
when Guilford passed to Overholt
but a lineman was called for
being downfield. An apparent
Tiger fumble just before halftime
was ruled as after the whistle or
the Holmes County lead could
have been greater.
"We looked like zombies out
there in the first half." coach
Bobby Johns said Monday. "I'm
really tired of ut-ng to make
excuses for our lack of emotion
and intensity in games. We're
making far too many mental mis-
takes and it will come back to
haunt us in the playoffs," Johns
Johns was quick to point out
his disappointment with the
Tiger defense in letting Holmes
County get the two first half
touchdowns. "We had not given
up two touchdowns to a team
since the Port St. Joe game. We
got caught out of position and
they took advantage of it," Johns
On the turnovers. Johns
pointed out that last year thru
eight games the Tigers had fum-
bled only four times. This year
thru nine games the Tigers have
fumbled 20 times and lost 14.
After stopping Holmes County
on their first possession of the
third quarter, the Tigers marched
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district crown

downfield with an impressive
drive but lost their second fum-
ble around the Bonifay 10.
Everything that could go wrong
was going wrong.
Then the light came on or the
bell rung, or something clicked.
The Tigers realized if they didn't
get their act together, they'd be in
Vernon Monday night in a three
way playoff for the district cham-
pionship. From that point on. it
was over for Holmes County.
After stopping the Blue Devils
after the Tiger fumble, it took
three plays and 59 seconds for
the Tigers to score. Michael
Guilford connected with
Jonathan Lockhart for 37 yards
and a touchdown. Jacob
Williams missed the PAT.
Forty seconds later Lockhart
stepped in front of a Blue Devil
receiver and picked off a pass
and raced 45 yards for his sec-
ond score. Williams' kick tied the
score at 13-13 with 4:43 left in
the third quarter.

Late in the third quarter. the
Tigers took over at their own 10
and marched 90 yards in four
plays with Chance Attaway ram-
bling the final 15 yards on the
first play of the fourth quarter. A
70 yard pass from Guilford to
Lockhart was the big play in the
drive. Williams' kick failed, but
the Tigers took their first lead.
'Late in the fourth quarter,
Arsenio Ivory scored from 6 yards
out to put the Tigers on top 26-
13. The game ended with
Guilford taking a knee at the
Holmes County goal line rather
than putting up more points.
Blountstown' rushed for 221
yards on 47 attempts or a 4.7
yard per carry average. Attaway
led the Tigers with 76 yards on
15 attempts followed by Ivory
with 49 yards on 9 carries. T.C.
Copeland had 43 tough yards on
8 rushes followed by Guilford
with 31 yards on 12 carries.
Ryan Baker had 24 yards on 2
The Tigers fumbled the ball
three times and lost two. They

had 7 penalues for 54 yards.
Guilford had one of his best
passing nights completing 6 of 7
for 162 yards and one touch-
down. Lockhart had two recep-
tions for 107 yards and a touch-
down. Attaway had two recep-
tions, one for a key first down
late in the game. for 23 yards.
Gam' Reed had one catch for 18
yards and Titus Overholt had
one grab for 14 yards.
Holmes County cashed in on
Tiger turnovers and field position
in the first half. The Tiger
defense played much tougher in
the second half and held the Blue
De\ils to 113 yards rushing and
100 yards passing for the night.
Lockhart and Overholt each
had an interception for the Tiger
Ryan Baker led all defenders
with 7 solos and 7 assists.
Lockhart and Corey Silcox were
each in on 13 tackles. Chaz
Johns had a big night for the
Tiger defense in the middle of the
line in on 11 tackles. Attaway
followed with 10. Overholt with 9
and Janie Widlis 7 for the Tigers.
Josh Savell. Josh Lee. Ivory, Greg
Meeks, Clarke Purvis. Chase
Cox. Copeland. Adam Edwards.
Corey Cox. Guilford and Josh
Segers all had stops on defense.
Jordan and his Gators fin-
ished their district as the run-
nerup losing only to Port St. Joe.
The Gators defeated Liberty
County last week. 38-8. The
Gators also defeated South
Walton who will be the Tigers'
first round opponent in the play-
offs and they also beat Bratt
Northview who ill be Vernon's
first playoff opponent. The
Gators will face undefeated
Lafayette Mayo in their first
round playoff game.
"This will be a tough game and
our guys better be ready to play.
Greg has done a tremendous job
in Wewa and they'd love to beat
us." Johns added. "I think Greg
would agree that we both want to
win. but we sure hope we can get
through this game without any
"We've got some good upper-
classmen who have played well
for us and our kids have worked
hard in the weight room. I've told
our kids tlI-rt Bloun'l'stov.n vW.ll b'
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a good test for us and to look at
it as our first playoff game. We
won't play anybody in the play-
offs any better than
Blountstown." Jordan said.
"For me, this game will be
kinda like getting in a fight with
your big brother. You know you
might get your butt kicked, but
you've still got to fight."

Right photo: Jonathan
Lockhart caught a pass for a
touchdown and returned
an interception for a touch-
down within 40 seconds
Below: Chance Attaway
rushed for 76 yards and
scored on a 15 yard run for
the Tigers against Bonifay.

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Above: Arsenio Ivory rushed for 49 yards on 9 carries and
scored from six yards out late in.the fourth quarter to seal the
victory and the district championship for the Tigers.

Will the real Blountstown Tigers
please show up'!'l"!'
I know it is my responsibility as the
head coach to hnd a way to get our kids
ready to play every football game, but at
some point it becomes the player's
responsibility to prepare themselves
emotionally for the challenges ahead I
can only preach so much that we need to
be ready to play good football teams, but
at some point it is their responsibility to be
Thank goodness we had a few of our
leaders step up at halhime and motivate
our team to respond in the second half. I
worry that instead of our team feeling like
the dominant team that we are, we may
have lingering effects of the games we
did not play well and we need to have our
confidence at a high point heading into
the playoffs
I am not going to talk much about the
first half of the game last week very much
except to say that we were not focused
and we did not get the lob done when we
needed to As for the second half, we
had some seniors who really stepped up
and took the team on their shoulders to
get the win and a couple of underclass-
men that really came through for us
Corey Silcox stepped up on defense
and really fired our team up He did an
outstanding job picking up his intensity as
well as the rest of our defense. Jarrod
Phillips did a great ]ob on the offensive
line in the second half expecting them to
do a better job than they did in the first
half. Those two seniors, along with the
outstanding play of John Lockhart. Ryan




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Baker. Chaz Johns. and Josh Lee, gave
our team the life it needed to get a win
John Lockhart had three unbelievable
plays, two on offense and one on
defense, that opened the game in our
favor If it were not for those two plays, I
don't know what would have happened
We also got some good plays from
Michael Guilford throwing the football and
Titus Overholt and Josh Savell on
defense that helped us seal the game.
Chance Artaway made some very good
offensive plays in the second hall after
sustaining a bad injury to his chest in the
second quarter It was a good comeback
and our kids showed great character by
stepping up to the challenge.
The disappointing part is that there
should never have been a need to come
back from 13 points down I hope that we
will change our outlook on things from
here on and once we get into the playoffs
we will play up to our potential. We have
not given up more than one offensive
touchdown but once since the St Joe
game and that was Friday night against
Hopefully, our defense will step back
up this week against a very good Wewa
offense Offensively, no one has stopped
us but ourselves We have averaged
over 400 yards per game on offense in
five out of the last six games and would
have had over 400 yards this past week if
we had not had a 50 plus yard touchdown
called back in the first quarter
This week we play Coach Jordan.and
See COACH, page 11

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CHIPOLA SENIOR DAY-Neorl, ,' 00 area hn ig school -enI.:;r rc':entl, ..i5tedl College oir the onnru-
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Senior Day
On Wednesday. October 26.
A\tha seniors. along with seniors
from sixteen other schools.
Attended Chipola College's annu-
al Senior Day Cheerleaders
pro\vded the entertainment fol-
lowinw the welcome by Dr. Gene
SProuah in the Health Center.
Then the basketball players par-
ticipated in the Slam-Dunk
Contest. while the cheerleaders
threw t-shirts into the crowd.
Alter all the seniors were sep-
arated into Lrouips. the\- began
the tour of the c.anipus. Dunng
the to-ur. seniors were treated to
performances b\ the Chipola
College Show\ Choir and Theatre
Group. The tnp was over alter
the seniors received complemen-
t.ary pizza. cookies, and drinks
for lunch

The Pumpkin Artist
Last week. Mrs. Shields'
kindergarten class carved faces
Sin pu. I -frthe, students really

Rl.lx Scott sajd th.att when he
put his hand in the pumpkin, it
was slimy and the smell was

Cats' Cuisine

serving lunch

November 10
The Institute of Culinary Arts
at Altha Public School invites you
to dine at. Cats' Cuisine
Thursday. Nov\mnber 10th. They
will be serving their
SThanksgiving lunch.
There will be two seatings at
S11:40 and 12:30 p.m. The menu
Swill include Turkey. Corn Bread
Dressing with Cranberry Relish.
Giblet Gra-v. Broccoli Casserole.
;Yeast Roll, Five Spice Peca-n Pie.
Please RSVP by Nov\ember S
by callAltha School at.762-3121,
or fax 762-9502.
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Also Jasmine Taylor said that
the pumpkin smelled good and
Reina Carrillo said that her
favorite part was the mouth
One of Mrs. Shields' students.
Kelsey Cox. tasted some of the
pumpkin seeds and she said it
tasted nasty.
All of the children seemed to
have a lot of fun while doing this
Bil: Hannah tcaldrorlf

WalAlart to an Armory!
Mrs. Chambers class is
studying communities. They
have discovered that a home is
found in a community, a commu-
nity is found in a neighborhood.
and a neighborhood is found in a
city or suburb.
The project was a parental
involvement project. The children
were required to build different
parts of the community. There
were several Ace Hardware s. two
sc hools. a bank. an armory. a

Chambers' Community \\'alart. a Pizza Hut. and a
Do you think it s hard to build rehab center built.
a community?' Well. Mrs. By: Caitlyn Bruner
Chambers class built one.
Judoing that it is made out of
cardboard. I don t think anyone November 2nd-16th Calendar
bigger than a Barbie doll could Nov. 7: Fall Chorus Concert
live in it However. their buildings Nov. 8: FBLA Fall Rally
look very lifelike. When asked if IBethlehem High School)
they had fun doing their project. Nov. 9: Chipola Show Choir
the class answered. Yeah! You performance
can really see the effort they put Nov. 11: Fanily Breakfast
into them. The buildings the chil- Nov. 14: Fall Banquet TI 6:00
dreri'o enstructe'd, ange from a -:;" Nv.-:B: Club bDa
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grits, cole slaw, fresh fruit,
cornbread, low-fat or whole milk.
Nov. 8 Vegetable beef soup,
peanut butter sandwich, saltine
crackers, fresh fruit, brownie,
low-fat or Anhole mikr.
Nov. 9 Tuna salad on lettuce
leaf, w.k. corn, saltine crackers, i
fruit cup, cookie, low-fat or
whole milk
Nov. 10 Beef patty w/gravy,
steamed rice, green beans, fruit
cup, biscuit, low-fat or whole
Nov. 11 Spaghetti w/meat
sauce, cheese strip, green
peas, fruit cup w/coolie, cookie,
low-fat or whole'mHk .
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STUDENTS OF THE MONTH: Prin .ipal CL'rr.1 TalI.;r Jr rI p.Ie.:-E t:- :I *rIr,.:.uri C t rr ':ric: l students s :.r tre .1 month. Tre,
are (front row, from left) Sydney McDaniel (kindergarten), Levi Schebel (kindergarten), Laine Nichols (1st grade), Joshua
Odom (1st grade), Sarah Pitts (2nd grade), Greyson McCroan (2nd grade), Wyatt Ratliff (3rd grade), (back row) Jalissia.
Ruiz (4th grade), Staci Mayo (5th grade), C0rlr. B, rr., (6th grade), Katelin McFarland (7th grade), Stephen Bramblett (8th
grade), and Jesse Davis (8th grade). Not pictured is Sarah Davis (3rd grade).
Honor Assembly
Carr School's Jr. Honor Society ...
conducted the Honor. Assembly for
the first nine weeks on Tuesday, Oct. .
SStudents who made the ."A" or
"A/B" Honor Roll were recognized
Sand given bumper stickers and pen-
cils. Students of the Month in grades t L ,
SK-8 for September and October were i
also recognized. r
Mrs. Fagen's 5th grade class had 7 -, 3h c a g
the highest percentage with perfect II r I
attendance. Mrs. Hill's 2nd grade No ie s ( gd '
class had the-highest percentage on -
the honor roll. .. *b ...E .*
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Danrryl Taylor, Jr., presents eighth i [ "^^ *
grader Lane Parrish with certificate
in the middle school for the'fTlr t anne i' *
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Fall Festival candies. XVIIIners were awarded HalUlo-,wen ael y rulnl .
Carr School held its annual Fall prizes.
Festival Friday, October 28th, for
students in grades PK-8. The girls McGruff the Crime Dog
and boys dressed up in costumes, As part of Carr School's Red
visited a variety of booths, and ate Ribbon Week activities, McGruff the
delicious treats. The United I.i Crime Dog visited the girls and boys
Postal Service sponsored the in grades PTF-5. Each student "a,
sweetest Pumrrpkin Contesr'. gi\en a Tnck-or-Treat bag filled wth
participants decorated uncar'ed coodie.. STAR Director. Ton'
aptumpkins a 'anerC. of Hershe\ s Shreniake. renlnded the c'sses ot

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Honor Roll-First Nine Weeks
Principal Keith Summers is
pleased to announce the honor
roll at Blountstown High for the
first nine weeks as follows:

A Honor Roll
9th Grade: Max Herndon and
Halley Moravek.
10th Grade: Joseph Beach '
,Jared Lilly, Kaylin Bontrager,
Nic Stoltzfus, Melissa Howland,
Ashley Whitfield, and William
llth Grade: Karla Atkins,
Laura Kastli, Kori Edewaard,
Tabinda Syed, Hannah
Johnson, Lauren Wood, and
Jamie Hagler.
12th Grade: Amy McCurdy

B Honor Roll
9th Grade: Barbara Andrews,
Barbara Aveyard, Colton Bush,
Andrew Chewning, Ahmad
Dalati, Emily Davis, Lauren
Davis, Ryan Frye, Malcolm
Ivory, Demarco Johnson,
William Johnson, Daniel
Leonard, Andrew Nunn, Ashley
Pennington, Carrie Ridley,
Kristopher Sandven, Marlee
Sherrod, Chelsea Snowden,
Kimberly Taylor, Carolyn Van
Lierop, and Kelly Wood.'
10th Grade: Chavonte Baker,
Barbara : Bradley, Jessica
Bontrager. Patricia Capps, Dana
Clark, Samantha Dwiggins,
Amber Eby, Lane Golden,
Britney Goodwin, Jesse Goolsby,
Jacob Guilford, Carlos. Hall,
Kelly Hall, UAlison Jones, Britton
Leach, Jonathan Lockhart,
Rocio Lopez, Joseph Maxwell,
Ricky Mercer, Jake Miller,
Megan Parrish, Kaitlin Peacock,
Gary Saisangkagomom, Caitlin
Sanders. Jeffrey Stewart, Ron
Van Lierop, and Matt Vincent.
11th Grade:,. Kinita Amin,
Nicki Bernhard. : Kristen.
Bracewell, Maegan, Davis,
:Melissa Ellis, Jessica Fields,
Justin Godwin. Holly Jeppson.
T.J. Rogers, Noelle Smith. and
Ashley Taylor.

12th Grade: Kate Atkins,
Kristen Baker, W h i t n e y
Baxley, Courtney Bybee, Simone
Cooper, Adam Edwards, Jennie
Fagen, Umair .Farooqi, Martelli
Gatlin, Ashley Gingerich, Casey
Glass, Michael Guilford, Sarah
Hatcher, Kayla Hobby, Arsenio
Ivory, Valentina Johnson, Anita
Keel, Tiffany Lawrence, Josh
Lilly, Josh Lowery, Adam
McCullen, Brandon Mears, Greg
Meeks, Lindsay Miller, Tillman
Morris, Nick: Myers, Candice
Nealy, Titus Overholt, Staci
Pittman, Catie Proper, Adam
Richards, Kyle Russell, Josh
Savell, Tanya Savell, Josh
Segers, T. J; Simmons; Sean
Thomas, Nichole Tipton, and
Karrie Williams.

NHS News
The NHS is conducting a
candy sale during the months of
October and November. A vari-
ety of candies is available for
$.50 from any honor society
member. Monies raised will be
used to purchase senior stoles
for graduation. Support NHS
and buy your candy today!
-Victor Carranza

Publications News
The Publications Staff will be
selling the 2006 Sabertooth for
$25.00 during the week of
November 7-11 during sixth
period. This v.ill be the cheapest
the yearbook w\ll be sold at.
Make plans to purchase your

Calendar Couple Contest
The 2006 Calendar Couple
Contest is underway! The con-
test runs from October 27-
November 14, and the winners
will receive a full color page in
the 2006 \ Sabertooth!
Contestants were selected by
their representative clubs and
Journalism I-Amanda

Senterfitt and Joseph Daniels
Jourinalism II-Kayla Parrish
and Victor Carranza
VICA-Adrianne White and
Kyle Russell /
SFFA-Jennie Fagen and Zack
FCCLA-Candice Nealy. and
Kenshare Grant
Tigers International-Tanya
Savell and Michael Whitfield
FBLA-Ashley Gingerich and
Josh Lowery
Student Council-Lyndsey
Wainwright and Adam Edwards
NHS (1)-Kate Atkins and Josh
NHS (2)-Casey McLendon and
Adam Richards
NHS (3)-Cburtney Bybee and
Michael Guilford
French II-Staci Pittman and
Titus Overholt
Spanish I-Casey Glass and
Umair Farooqi :.
Spanii.h TI-Kristen Baker and
Jamie \Vilh
Band-Jonelle Dudley and
John Danley
Calendar Couples' cans were
judged on Thursday, October
27, and the following couples
were awarded bonus points for
awesome cans:

First Place: Tie-French II's
Staci Pittman and Titus
Overholt and ,VICA's Adrianne
\\Vite and Kyle Russell
Second Place: Student
Council's Lyndsey Wainwright
and Adam Edwards
Third Place: NHS's Kate
Atkins 'and Josh Lilly
Good luck to all contestants!
-Andrea Paul

Nov. 3-FBLA Blood Diive
Nov. 4-Varsity Football-
Nov. 8-FBLA Fall Rally at
Nov. 14-ASVAB-8:00 A.M.
Nov. 15-FCCLA District
Meeting-BHS Auditorium

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I ~ NEWS & EVENTS from the

Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce
S20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
(850) 674-4519 FAX: (850) 674-4962

Chamber Staff Assistant

Membership Meeting
For the convenience of the Clerk
of Court, the date and location of
the November monthly membership
meeting is changed to the second
Thursday of the month (November
10th) and the Calhoun County
Courthouse, 2nd Floor Courtroom
(20859 Central Avenue East).
Accordingly, the Chamber's Board
meeting will move to the third
Thursday, November 17th.
At the membership meeting,
Ruth Attaway, the Clerk of Court,
will host a workshop demonstrating
how to use the Clerk's web site. Ms.
Attaway asks that participants
arrive by 11:30 a.m. CST to make
their selection of Subway sandwich-
es that she will have available.
Contact the Chamber by Friday,
November 4th, to make your reser-'
vations (via telephone: (850) 674-
4519, or e-mail:

Correct Main Street Date
The date of the next meeting of
Main Street was incorrectly reported
in last week's article. The correct
date is Monday, November 7th (the
regular monthly meeting is held on
the first Monday of each month at
noon CST in the Chamber's build-

Christmas Parade Registration
Pick up forms .for the "13th
Annual Calhoun County Christmas
Festival & Parades" (12/03/05)
from the Chamber's display shelves.
Registration forms are available for
vendor booths at the festival and for
float entries in the parade.

Opportunity Florida Focus Groups
Opportunity Florida has engaged

two consultant groups to do a feasi-
bility study to bring broadband
(high-speed) Internet service to its
eight-county area, which includes
Calhoun County. Meetings to partic-
ipate in focus groups forums, will
take place at the Community Center
at Veteran's Memorial Park, and
lunch is provided. The center is
located in Bristol, on Hwy 12, about
one mile south of State Road 20.
The schedule is 10:30 a.m. to
2:15 p.m. EST on the following
dates: November 7th Workforce
Boards, Businesses, and Educators;.
November 8th Local Governments
and Public Safety Departments (first
responders); November 14th Local
Community Agencies and Medical
Providers (non-profits, etc.).
SThe Chamber will forward more
'details to members by e-mail,
Please RSVP to Opportunity Florida
at.877-467-7352 or susane@oppor-

Visitors Guide
The deadline for the next quar-
terly publication of the. "Calhoun
County Visitors Guide" is November
18, 2005. To contact the Jackson
County News, e-mail Ted Eubanks
at: (the letter
after "phon" is the letter "1," as in
letter). Copies of the current issue
are available in the display area of
the Chamber's office (and in many
local businesses).

Maps Available
Local maps of Calhoun County
are available at the Chamber for the
small price of $3.25/each. Mailing is
possible for $.75 extra. Any local
merchants, who would like to. sell
maps at their businesses. or publish
notice where the maps can be
found, are in\ied to contact the


The Calhoun County School Board will be

holding a Facilities Workshop on

November 15 at 5:00 p.m. at the

Emergency Operations Center located in I

the basement of the Courthouse

in Room G35.

The public is welcome to attend,
Nov. 2, 9,2005 .




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THE NUTCRACKER: 'Jessica Read, will star as, Claral in, the
Wednesday, Nov, 30, production of The Nutcracker at 'the!
Veterans Memorial Civic/Cultural Center in Bristol, The perform--
ance, presented by The Liberty Music and Drama Troupe, will be
.at 7:30-p.m. ET. Advance tickets are required by calling 643-
0,808, Admission is .$5 with children under three admitted free
This event is sponsored, by the Liberty County Arts Council, the.
Florld'a Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the
Florida Arts., Council, and the Na~tional Endowment'for the Arts
Treat yodr~ family to'this unforgettable holiday experience

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Xegaf- Notice'
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Chapter
373, Florida Statutes, the 6oll6wing application for''
wdter use permit has been received by the
N~ithwest Florida Water Management Distrct:
Applcatirin number 10663i filed 10/27/Q05
CZty o Blountstown, City Laanager/Engineer
2ilCentral Avenue West, Blountstown, -FL
32424.. Requesting, a maximum withdrawal~of
1,560,000 gallons per day from the Florida
6 leir i for : Public Supply;usc by arit2st-
13trieral withdrawal location in CalhounCounty:
TIIN, R08W. See. 28,,30, 32
Interested persons may object to or comment
ugon the applications or submit a written request.
foi a copy of the Staff Tepbrt containing proposed
agency action regarding thi application by writing
to% the Division of Resource Reg~ulation of. the
NthetFlorida Water Management District,
aeninTerri Peterson, 152 Water kanilgement
Drive. Havrana, Florida 32333-9706.. tint such-
cdtnnients or requests must be, received by 5
dogock, p.m., on November 21. 2005.
No further public notice will be provided regard-
ini this application. Publication.of this notice
coqpstitutes constructive notice of this -perit
application to all'substantially affected persons.
A ltop' of the staff report must be requested in
riqer cc~ remaini advised of further proceedings
3nd an% r-.A..Iv:heainzgda~e Substantially affect-
c-.rpvr2.)r- v.,! -raied i- request an adminifstra-
thie hearing regarding the proposed agency action
b Submitting a written request according to the
provisions of 4OA-1521, Florida Administrative
Ciftle Notices of Proposed Agency Action will be,
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Blountstown FFA sweeps

District Forestry Contest

On October 13 the
Blountstown High School FFA
Chapter traveled to the Marianna
Caverns State Park for the
District 2 Forestry Contest.
There they competed in several
forestry related competitions.
At the end of the day it was
apparent that Blountstown's
hard work and'practice had paid
off and they took 17 of 24 awards
in the individual and team cate-

Local winners were as follows:
General Knowledge-Max
Herndon-2nd; Will Leonard-3rd
Timber. Cruising-Jennie
SFagen- 1st
Forestry Disorders-Will
Leonard- st; Jeffrey Stewart-3rd
Map Interpretation-Max
Herndon-lst; Jennie Fagen-2nd;
Nic Stoltzfus-3rd
Equipment Identificatiori-
Daniel Leonard-lst; Jennie
Tree Identification-Will; Max Herndon-2nd;
Daniel Leonard-3rd

High Hope Farms
U Pick Tomatoes
Blounislown FieladOpen 7 Days

$7.00 For A

Five Gallon

From Blountstown take 69N toward
Grand Ridge:
SGo 1 mile to Hwy 549. Turn left,
follow road. You will come to a stop
Assign. Keep going straight. The
Farm is on the left. Look for sign.
SPhone 545-7420

Team Competition-
Blountstown 1st & 2nd
Team members include- J.
Larin Brady, Joe Daniels, Emily
Davis, Lauren Davis, Jennie
Fagen, Molly Fagen, Jacob
Guilford, Max Herndon, Dahiel
Leonard, Will Leonard, Hailey
Moravek, Amy Reid, Tanya
Savell, Travis Smith, Nic

Stoltzfus, Alisha Strawn, Jeffrey
Stewart and Trevor Williams.
The Blountstown FFA pro-
gram is taught by Ron Mears.

We wish these team members
well as they travel to Perry on
November 15 and 16th to com-
pete against other district win-
ners for the State Championship!

Coach's Corner-

the Mighty Wewa Gators. Greg
has done an unbelievable job
with this team and he will have
them ready to play this week, -If
we go out and undrrestmnate
them" like we have several times,
this season, our undefeated sea-
son \ill go down the drain. I
wish Coach Jordan the best and
hope his team doesn't have any
injuries that will hurt him for his

playoff run, but I hope that we
can "Finish Our Ride" and bring
home the second straight 10 0
season. The game time at Wewa
this week is at 7:00, not 7:30. I
hope all of our fans will follow us
down there and I hope we come
out and play like everyone
expects us to.
See, you at the game. GO

Kelli's Korner

Woman gear, complete with the
plastic mask that attached to
your head with a flimsy rubber
band. There's little doubt the
whole set had been manufac-;
tured by a monkey on crack, but
it still oieat the ,sheet and the
freaky clown.
For us, that was about as
elaborate as it ever got. Oh, we
dared to dream about cool cos-
tumes. I remember around
fourth or fifth grade, I got invited
to a costume:party and was
determined to go as the bride of
Frankenstein. I fantasized for
weeks about my black satin cape
with red lining, a long black wig,
and l1lood streaks on my painted
,Let's just say it didn't work out
quite that way.
I ended up,wearing a white

baby blanket I'd had for years as
my cape, secured around my
neck with a safety pin and
smeared with red lipstick to look
like blood. Of course. it didn't
look like blood: it looked like red,
lipstick smeared on a white baby
So all you youngsters out
there with your perfectly coordi-
nated costumes, don't ever let me
hear you complaining about not
getting to dress as the character
you wanted to be. By golly, if
your costume doesn't double as
the blanket you lay under when
you watch TV, you've got nothing
to whine about.



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Th-State Off Road race

The Fast Track results of
October 29th .at the Tri-State
Off Road Park were as follows:
4 & 6 Cylinder
st pl Harry Goodwin
S2nd pl Johnny Shadrick
3rd pi Bryan Lee
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl Tommy Arnold
2nd pl -Kenny Clewis

1st pl Harry Goodwin
2nd pl Rudy Madrid
3rd pl Andrew Garrett
4th pl Gator Parker
Street Modified
1st pl Paul Herron
2nd pl -Chad Flowers
3rd pl Dee Ping
4th pl Gator Parker
Sand Drags
Street Modified

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1st pl Paul Herron
2nd pl- Harry Goodwin
3rd pl Chad Flowers
4th pl Gator Parker
Foot Races
5 yrs. & under Elissa Burch
6-11 yrs boys,- Issac Madrid
6-11 yrs. girls Autumnu
12 yrs. & over Andrew
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Through Oct 30. 2005
2005 Nextel Cup
Driver Ponrts
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;I JrriTr.e J.,rni.,.ori 057
. ,;reg Bnilie i.0-
41 Can Eodwards .,
4 1 R,, anr rje,..mrr.r,
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10) Jeremy(Mayfield 5790

2005 Busch Grand National

Location F:.n .'Ionr, Texas
BankingrTurns 24 degrees
Distance: 1.5 miles
Shape: Quad-oval
Last Year's Winner: Elliott Sadler
QualifyingRecord: Bill Elliott 194.224 in 2002
Race Record: Terry Labontp 144.276 in,1999
Race'Time: 3:00 pm ET, Nov 6th

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D.lci.,e F~.'O IJ .: ,P riE';TEL Cup
Seres race. This is one of the finest Nascar facilities on
.the circuit. It is a 1.5 mile quad-oval with a :r.:.rni.j,.ei, i
dual banking setup of 8 and 25 degrees in each corner.
4ddionrai ij.:.Ihties include a l/5-imile short oval and a
l110.m,.i ciI3 oval. The track was completed in 1997,
aria ha.- trn used for NASCAR and Indy Racing
League events. It currently seats 155,000 fans and has
194 '.IP skybox suites.

1) Martin Truex, Jr.
2) Clint Bowyer
3) Carl Edwards
4) Reed Sorenson'
5) Denny Hamlin
C Kenn, VValla.:e
7) Paul
8) David Green
9) Jason Keller
10) David Stremme

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to be nationally televised from
start to finish?
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pujosl, i at i6 easron-opernIriig raae at DiIayirna
Intemational Speedway, and got his first win 13 races
later at Nazareth Speedway. He soon caught the eye of
li %",':.:.1-A irE er- ri-i. i.- rr., l lull-.T,,D riJ 1III
nIr --l ,-i up 'snr nn 1' 9 Tr,-,i r re r,,i,;r,.j
second in the Rookie of the Year points, behind only
Tony Stewart. Elliotts first Nextel Cup win came in 2001,
at Bristol Motor Speedway. He got there after a very
,U all h" l ,Ir ra nT ,-,:.I ,:me ,. .:, pc l l a'e vr % er, ,. ,.
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Driver's Highlights:
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I:")Ii:I F,n, ir -J 'rl in Frnt:
v001 .:.r, Fc.:,3 C-t, .'I a BEn-il,

For the first time since it has hosted a
II\.- F r.:e, the Texas Motor Speedway
,aii pla, r,:i to dne of th- finri 10 ra,:ei ir.
the'Chase for the Cup. Ot Ini -n,.e pre
ra.:e ..; le-a r .er irere has never been
3 re-piI ...,nnrer iji ire final 10 drivers in
the Chase, Greg Biffle, Ryan Newman, Matt
Kenseth and Mark Martir have won here.

Bass Pro Shops MBNA 500 Results Race Review
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Jeff Gordon 24 2 Chevrolet DuPont 170/0 ,. jInmm.' .:.nn-,ior. i:,', D.:..-r ., 2002. Edwards ran on the
rilar. lanri 4' 3 Ford Vagra 170/5 .::.r..:rete aTi cre-. aPr3-in.n,rg 200 mph.After the race
Dale Eamhardt Jr. 17 4 Chevrolet Budweiser 170/10 *i us-o.,iC ri .d I like running atthe top of the racetrack.
r.131i K-Ancelr, 23 5 Ford' I .G Sr,.,il-I-i, 160/5 .3a tia' Hie four-time.Cup champ Jeff Gordon by
Jamie-McMurray 28 6 Dodge Tea.' 150/0 2.713-seconds. Edwards also did his patented backflip off
Greg Biffle 16 7 Ford Charter Comm./Nat'l Guard 151/5 the window of his No.99 Ford. Reigning Cup champion Kurt
Jeff Burton 41 8 .Chevrolet Cingular Wireless 142/0 Busch crashed after cutting a tire and'ended up in 36th
Tony Stewart 10 9 Chevrolet The Home Depot 143/5 pia.:e i ur, ,aulaI:e galr *.:augr,i .- la mnree way car crash
Elliott Sadler 3 10 Ford M&M's 139/5 eran f-,,hr,-3 27, .,mm, jnirrn.r, i..,-,r,.- h 16th.

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1977 F150 Ford, long wheel base, V-8
automatic, $3,500. Call 674-5667.
1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Cierra,
113,000 miles, AC/heat, AM/FM cassette,
$1,000 OBO. Call 674-2696.


Basic Law Enforcement
& Crossover from
Corrections to
Law Enforcement
Academies Start: Jan. 26,2006'
Application Deadline: Jan. 9,2006
AL & GA residence
'NO out of state tuition
SCall (850) 718-2479 or (850) 718-2286

Drivers with C.D.L.
Class A or B
Roll-Off Trucks.
Experienced Heavy'
Equipment Operator
Must be Insurable

Please Apply at:
Waste Recyclers
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Blountstown, FL

Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Questions at



1983 Chev. refrigerated truck with 12
ft. box, make offer. Call 762-3366.
1989 Chevy 2500 pickup truck, 4x4.
$1200. 1991 Ford Mustang, 2.3L, $800.
Call 674-4725 after 11:00 a.m.

S2 bdr trailers., semi-furnished, no pets.
Small 1 bdr., 1 bath house on 1/2 acre
lot 3 miles north on Hwy. 69. Recently
remodeled. Clean. $400 deposit, $375
month. Call 674-5059 or 674-5921
RV lots for rent. RV campers for sale,


Part time. Send resume to
P.O. Box 10, Bristol, FL
32321 or call
850-543-541 7.
Florida' License required.


Currently Seeking FT/PT
Youth Workers to work
with female adolescents
w/emotional and/or
behavioral issues. All
applicants must be a high
school graduate and at
least,21 years or age with
a valid driver's license.
Please call

SRN/Case Manaaer..
Excellent opportunity with Tallahassee Memorial's
Home Health Care providing case management to
patients in your own local area. A full time position
with generous benefit package. Mileage is
reimbursed at .485 cents per mile. Our home care
staff is fully supported with clinical supervision and
education. Ideal candidate will have a minimum of
one year clinical nursing experience.

Apply online at
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lease and or rent to own. $75 and $85
weekly. 2 locations. Call 674-7616.
RV trailers $75 $80 week, most util-
ities furnished; 2 bdr. trailers when avail-
able. Call 674-4011.

Computers forsale new or factory
refurbished computers, Monitors, Inkjet &
Laser Printers, CD's, CD-RW, CD Drives,
Zip Drives, SparQ Drive and Software.
Call Russell A. Peterson -at (850) 674-
2958, 17785 Crozier St., Blountstown. E-
mail: russellp@digitalExpt.Com.
Bedliner, came off of a 1999 Toyota
Tacoma, extended cab, 4 wheel drive,
$20.00. Call 674-1740.
3 wheel bicycle, adult, like new, $200.
Call 762-4139. .
Large Mac toolbox, complete set of
'hand tools, $5,000. Call 674-5669.
60 gal. cast iron kettle, $500 OBO,
sugar cane, $1 a stalk. Call 762-3366.
Used lumber. Call 674-5999,
RainSoft water system for sale: Will
take care of a whole house or small busi-
ness. Will also trade for bushog,'disk,
box blade mower for farm tractor. Call"'
(2) metal fireplace inserts with electric
blowers. Includes glass and screen
doors. Measures 43x26x16 and
36x25x16. Almost new, asking $400.
Call 674-5018 or 674-2821.

Free puppies to a good !home. They
are part Red Nose Pit Bull and chocolate
lab, 10 weeks old, very playful and smart.
Have been wormed. Call 762-3738.
Cute and cuddly kittens, free to a good
home. 8 weeks old and ready for a new

home. Call 674-1077 and leave mes-
White English Bulldog, male and
female Blue Heeler, both about a year
old. Needaa good home Call 674-2283
Free kittens, 8 wks old. Call 674-8548
or 674-8119 and leave message.

Wanted someone to install an electric
hot water heater and someone to install.a
wood burning stove. Call 674-1363.
NO experience required Werner
Enterprises has immediate openings lor
eniry-level semi drivers Our avg drivers
earn more than $36K first year. 600% of
ojr drivers gel nome nightly/weekly 15-
day CDL Iraining available in your area
Call today 1-866-280-5309
Need someone to Watch children for a
work at home mom Monday Friday from
8:00 until 1:00. Call Sarah at 674-2301.

LOST: Dog, golden brown, female, 3/4
Lab and 1/4 Golden .Retriever, answers

1 6978 N.W. Mayo St.
Blountstown, FL
available on a 3
bedroom unit.
Rental assistance.
Equal Housing Opportunity

1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
"'The Best Place lo Live"
Rental Assistance

16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Equal Houshig Opportunity

to the name of Dottie. Her collar had fall-
en off and not yet been replaced. Lost in
the Newsome Road area of Clarksville
(close to Hwy. 287). 'Very sweet dog.
Please call 674-3194 if you have any
information. She is a special friend to us
and our boys and we miss her.

Mobile home for sale, 28 x 44
Fleetwood,,good condition, 3 bdr., 2 bath,
large kitchen, front & side porches.
$27,000. Must be moved. Call 762-

For Lease: All or part. Nice commercial
building 7300 sq. ft., 32 office spaces, 4
restrooms, lobby/waiting room, 2 file
rooms, safe, .conference room, security
room, 1.27 acres, 41 parking spaces.
19452 Hwy,. 20, Blountstown, FL 32424.,,
Call 850-573-6198 or 573-7079.

15 acres high and dry land in Mossy
Pond area, $6.000 per acre. 10 acres in
Mossy Pond area on paved road. $9 000
per acre. Myrhammar Real Estate 762-
Business for sale: Once Rmembered
Gifts and Lea s Country Candles. Can be
sold.separately Located in doublewide
mobile home on Hwy. 20 W. Call 850-,
674-7833 or 643-6961.

Will clean houses between 8:00 a.m.
and 1:00 p.m. Monday Thursday. Call

Moving yard sale Saturdays at 25166
Hwy. 71 N. (just outside of Altha).
Furniture, kids and adult clothes, odds
and ends, 7:00 until noon
Yard sale Sal. from 7-00 12 00 at
20224 NE Marie Ave New and used,
item.;al reasonable price
'-Ruhmage sale at Soulnside AM6mbly
of God Church. Hwy. 71 S :n Sat 8-00
until All proceeds will go to the church
Yard sale all week until everything is
gone'at 1414 Hwy. 73, 7.5 miles south of
Hwy. 90. Adding new stuff all week. Call
SYard sale Sat., from 7:00 until outside
of McClellan Chiropractic Center on N.
Main. Household items, children and
Baby items. Something for everyone..
2 family yard sale Sat., 7:00 until at
19157 NE Oak Hill Dr. Baby toys, baby
clothes tools, adult clothes.
Garage sale. Sat., 7:30 a m. until noon
at the corner of Folsom & Main next to
high school). A friend has moved and
cleaned out her storage. 'I'm selling her
"treasures Nice stuff including elephant
collection and plus-size ladies clothing.
Yard sale Sat:, at 20793 NE Magnolia
St:, Pine Island. Lg. women, baby and
boys clothes curtains, Christmas decora-
tions, used chest type freezer, used chil-
drens swing set. 8 00 until Noon NO
early birds please.
Huge Yard Sale Sat., at 17196 NW
Angle St. Curtains; sheets and pillow
cases, men and women shoes, some
new, sizes 6.5. and up to 13 in mens.
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for Alzh
Chipola College students and
employees have joined forces to
sponsor a number of events to
support Alzheimer's research
and support.
The Chipola Science Club has
iwi ted Kay Jones, Director of the
Alzheimer's Resource Center in
Dothan, to present a seminar on
Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 10 a.m., in
Jackson Hall. Jones will cover
the psychological effects of
Alzheimer's and the challenges
that caregivers face. Donations
will be collected to benefit the
resource center which also
serves the Florida Panhandle.
For information, call Jeff Bodart
at 850-526-2761, ext. 3252
Students and employees are
invited to join the Phi Theta
Kappa "Stars on the Sidewalk"
week, Nov. 7-11. For $4, donors
may purchase a section of side-
walk to profess their love for
another, fulfill their dream of
fame,, showcase artistic flare, or
whatever the imagination cre-
ates. The purchase will include
colored chalk. Proceeds will ben-
efit the fight. against Alzheimer's.
Tickets for sidewalk rights will be
on sale around campus and in
Z217, Nov. 2-11. For informa-
tion, call Joan Lasseter at 718-
The Chipola Women's
Basketball team will sponsor an
Alzheimer's Memory Walk,
Saturday, Nov. 12, at 9:30 a.m.
The three-mile walk will begin at
the Chipola Arts Center and end
at the Milton H. Johnson Health
Center. Entry fee is $20. Pre-reg-
istered walkers will receive a T-
shirt. On-site registration begins

eimer's research

Cnipola College will sponsor a numOer of events to support
Alzheimer's research and support. Here, Rebecca Carder of
Blountstown (left),bnd Andrea Rogers of Sneads prepare for the Phi
Theta Kappa "Stars on the Sidewalk" week, Nov. 7-11. For $4, donors
may purchase a section of sidewalk to profess their love for another,
fulfill their dream of fame, or showcase artistic flare. Events also include
a guest speaker on Nov. 2, the Holiday Inn :Express Alzheimer's
Basketball Clossic Nov. 11-13 and a Merrory Walk on Nov. 12,

at 9 a.m.
The Memory Walk is part of
the three-day Holiday Inn
Express Alzheimer's Women's
Basketball Classic, Nov. 11, 12
and 13, in the Johnson Health
Center, Action begins Friday,
Nov. 11, with Georgia Perimeter
and Wallace at 3:30 p.m. Gulf
Coast will play Trinity Valley at
5:30 pm. Chipola will take on
Soulheastern Illinois at 7:30
p.m. ff

Games on Saturday, Nov. 12
include: Gulf Coast and Wallace
at 2 p.m.; Southeastern Illinois
and Trinity Valley at 4 p.m. and
Chipola and Georgia Perimeter at
6 p.m. On Sunday, Nov. 13, at 2
p.m., Chipola will take on Trinity
Proceeds from all events will
go to the Alzheimer's Resource
For information, call David
Lane at 850-718-2234.


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Crime Report cont'd-

marijuana in the vehicle earlier in the day
and also advised he had an automatic
handgun in the car. Davis turned over a
clear plastic bag containing 8.5 grams of
cocaine hidden in his shoe. A search of
hs car turned up rolling papers, a pistol,
and $100 cash.
- Davis was charged with possession of
cocaine with intent to sell and drug, para-
- The next stop was Thursday after-
ioon just after 1 p.m. when Dep. Bliss
Moreau observed a truck pulling out
across the Sr. Citizens parking lot on
Cayson Street, then noticed tire smoke
and heard a loud tire squeal coming from
the vehicle as it drove away. He attempt-
ed to pull the vehicle over with lights and
siren, however, the driver didn't stop until
reaching the corner of SR 20 and Orange
While speaking with the driver,
Michael LeFate Simmons, Jr., Dep.
Iloreau smelled burnt cannabis. As
Simmons stepped out of the car, 'marijua-
pa "shake" fell from his-pants and a green
Ieaf substance was found in his pocket.
Burnt marijuana was discovered in and
around the ashtray. Marijuana shake and
seeds were also found in the car.
- Simmons was charged with posses-
dion of less than 20 grams of cannabis
and reckless driving.
-. The third stop occurred Saturday
morning around 8:30 a.m. after a caller
advised the Sheriff's Office a Dodge truck
vas all over the road on Hwy. 71 Nonh
- Dep. Bliss Moreau located the vehicle
and pulled it over for speeding and'eross-
ing the while line He spoke w;ih the driv-

er, Kathleen D. Leigh, 54, who appeared
under the influence. She advised she had
taken prescription medication about an
hour before. After failing a field sobriety
test, she was charged with DUI. A search
of her handbag turned up four pill bottles
containing Paxil, Vistaril, Darvocet, and
Soma, along with $586 in cash.
The final stop occurred just before 7
p.m. Saturday night when Dep. William
Dalton pulled a vehicle over for speeding -
on Hwy. 71 North. While .speaking with.
the driver, David Charles Payne, 47, and
the passenger, Elizabeth Katrine Smith,
21, he smelled alcohol and burnl marijua-
na. As Lt. Adam Terry arrived for backup,
Payne advised he had only had a couple
beers earlier in the day, and Perkins said
she'd take a Lortab earlier. She advised
that a friend had given her the Lortab and
she had several more in her purse. She
turned over a pill bottle containing four
Vicodin, three unidenlilied red pills, and a
small unidentified yellow pill. She admit-
ted she didn't have a prescription for
Payne asked for his jacket and Lt.
Terry retrieved it and searched the pock-
ets, turning up a Lorlab pill. Payne said a
friend had given .it'to him and he didn't
have a prescription. A clear plastic bag of
marijuana and rolling papers were found
in the driver side floor board and Payne
claimed ownership.
Both were charged with possession of
a controlled substance and a prescription
narcotic without a prescription. Payne
was.alsc charged with possession of less
ihan 20 grams ol marijuana and parae'

Halloween Monday with a costume contest among the resi-
dents, When all was said and done, the judges chose Eugenia
Gause (right) for the first place winner. She dressed as Smartie
Pants. Second place honors went to Charles Mann (also pic-
tured above) who donned a stork outfit, Congratulations to all
who participated!

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