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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2005 N 99th Year, No. 11 BLOUNTSTOWN, FLORIDA 32424 E 50 CENTS (Including Tax)
BY KELLI PEACOCK
Three state prison officials
were arrested last week on felony
battery charges following an
investigation into a fight at a
softball banquet back in April
that left a Blountstown man
Arrested Wednesday in
Jackson County were Col.
Richard "Richie" Frye, 36, and
Capt. James Anthony Bowen;
33, both assigned to Apalachee
Correctional Institution in
Sneads. A warrant was also
issued for the arrest of former
Department of Corrections
(DOC) Region 1 Director,, Allen
Clark, 40, who turned himself in
to authorities in Tallahassee
According to a report from the
Tallahassee Police Department,
James Edward O'Bryan, 39, a
former correctional officer from
Blountstown, was attending the
banquet with his wife, .Cathi,
who is currently employed by
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SALUTING THOSE WHO SERVED: veterans Da, vwa celebriatd all across Calhoun Count', with ri activities rI-ield ot each, of the fJe schools
in the comnmjrnitr Above, veterans, teachers, students, and parents watch as an American flag is raised at Blountstown Elementary
School while Lee Greenwood's God Bless the USA is played. The flag raising followed a solemn flag retirement ceremony conducted by
BES fifth graders who.were led by Col. Logan Barbee. For more highlights of Veterans Day events, turn'to page 14,
NEW ORLEANS COUPLE EVACUATING IN BLOUNTSTOWN FINDS PET
Cat lost instorm returned
BY KELLI PEACOCK
It was nothing shy of a mir-
acle when Morris "Moe" Brody,
a cat lost during Hurricane
Katrina. was reunited with his
owners last week here in
As Hurricane Katrina made
it's way toward the Gulf Coast,
Harmon and Brenda Brody
were forced to evacuate their
home in New Orleans. The cou-
ple has a house in
Blountstown and began pack-
ing for the journey to Florida.
Among the precious cargo they
loaded were their five eats.
Unfortunately, all of them did-
n't make it to the Sunshine
"As we were getting ready to
leave, two of them jumped out
of the van in panic;" Brenda
tells The County Record. "We
tried to look for them, but we
were late leading ourselves and
we ended up sitting in traffic
for eight hours just trying to
get out of town. We thought
when we left, like everyone
else, that we would be back in
a few days."
Needless to say, their short
trip to flee the storm turned
into a semi-permanent vaca-
tion. Being separated: from
their pets was not easy and
they decided to do all they
could to find them, even
though they were hundreds of
miles from home. ""I started
searching for our cats on the
internet,' says Brenda. "I went
to all the pet rescue sites, sub-
mitted pictures and full infor-
mation on our two boys. I
called around and got lots of
responses from all over."
Eventually, her hard work
paid off and she found one of
them. "It took a while, but
finally I got a picture from a
'foster mom' in Columbus,
Ohio," says an ecstatic Brenda.
"She sent me a picture of my
cat! I knew from where she
found him that he was my boy.
And when she described how
he was purring and acting so
sweet, I knew it was him. I
called .her back and gave her
some more information to iden-
tify him. She told me that by
then, he had been sent to
another shelter in Boulder.
Fortunately, the Brodys
were able to track their pre-
cious cat down at the shelter in
Boulder and arrangements
were made to return him to his
"We had to go to Vero Beach
one weekend to pick up some
things from my family and, .on
the way back, we stopped at
the airport in Orlando and
picked up our Morris Brody,"
says Brenda. "He is home, a lit-
tle worse-for the wear. He had a
boo boo on his back and he has
been kind of nervous about the
other cats here, but he is
BY KELLI PEACOCK
A Scotts Ferry ian is behind
bars for allegedly robbing hi
elderly father at knifepoint.
Homer "Gregory" Padgett, 41;
was arrested Saturday night on
charges of armed robbery and
aggravated battery on a person
over the age of 65.
According to the Calhoun
Couilty Sheriffs Office, Lt. Adani
Terry responded to Padgett'S
home on S.A. Bryant Road just
after 8:30 p.m. and found the
elder Homer Padgett with- blood
on his clothing and a small cut
on his left wrist. Padgett said his
son, Gregory Padgett, whq
resides with him at his home;
had pulled a butcher knife on
him and taken $24 from him. He
alleged the incident began
around 5 p.m. when GregoryR-
who was intoxicated, ran out of
beer and asked him for $10 so lie
could go get some barbecue
sauce. Suspecting his son want
ed the money to buy more beer;
he refused. Gregory then became
angry,unplugged the phones ir:
the house, and pulled a butcher
knife on his father. Homer
Padgett said he son was swing
ing the knife around in a threatM
ening manner and struck his left
wrist, causing an approximately
half inch cut. Padgett further
stated his son also stabbed the
knife into a small coffee table
next to him. Padgett then agreed
to give his son the money and
pulled out his wallet, handing
his son 14 one dollar bills.
Gregory reportedly took the
cash, then spotted a $10 bill in
his father's wallet and forced him
to hand that over.
Homer Padgett, who is on oxy-
gen 24 hours a day, advised he
could not fight or even run away
from his son due to his illness.
He advised his son left the house
his money, leaving all the phones
unplugged so he couldn't call for
help. He said Gregory was gone
for awhile, then returned,
appeared fine, and started cook-
ing on the grill outside.'
Upon begin questioned by Lt.
Terry, Gregory denied cutting his,
father and taking his money. He
was taken into custody and
remained at the Calhoun
County Jail at press time.
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City of Blountstown
Councilman Clifford Jackson
was re-elected to his seat last
Tuesday. His was the only post
on the ballot after
Councilwoman Janie Boyd ran,
Jackson brought in 90 td
opponent Phillip Hill's 51 -and,
Ronnie Williams Sr.'s 25.
"I want to thank all my sup-
porters," Jackson 'tells The
County Record. "I just hope we
can really get down to doing
business in the next couple of
' The win means Jackson is
embarking on his fourth term
Congressman Alien Boyd (D-
North Florida), voted last week
in favor of the Conference
Report on the Energy and
Appropriations Act for fiscal
year 2006 which continues the
prohibition of dredging along
the Apalachicola River.
This legislation is the first
time in almost a decade that
the House of Representatives
did not include money for
Apalachicola River dredging as
requested by the President.
in office and he says he will
focus on economic develop-
"I hope we can bring some
money making industry into
Blountstown," he remarks. "I
think we need to spend more
time on our downtown area."
"Denying funds for dredging
along the Apalachicola River is
a significant achievement, but
it is still only a small step
towards completely ending
dredging along the river," said
Congressman Boyd. "SinceI've
been in Congress, I've been
working to end dredging along
the Apalachicola River, and it is
my hope that we will soon end
the dredging of the river per-
manently and begin restoring it
to its natural habitat and beau-
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Events Investigated During the Past Week by BPD and CCSD
held in Mississippi
The Blountstown Police Department
has recovered a truck stolen in a busi-
ness burglary at Keith's Auto Repair Shop
on South Main Street last month and
believes they know who took it.
According to BPD Chief Glenn
Kimbrel, two suspects have been identi-
fied in the case, but he only wished to
identify them at this time as.a "local man
and woman." He said they are both incar-
cerated in Harrison County, Mississippi,
and are being questioned in the
To The Editor:
I am writing to voice my con-
cern about military recruiting in
our public schools, niy name is
Ricky Shea and I am a sopho-
more at J.R. Arnold High School
in Panama City Beach, FL.
While I support the troops and
the rights of a volunteer military,
I do not support institutionaliz-
ing involuntary recruitment
practices., The No Child Left
Behind Legislation automatically
S .gives the: military the right to
take any students private infor-
mation without any form of
parental permission or notifica-
S This snooping into students'
private school information needs
to stop! There is an opt-out pro-
vision in the legislation, but
rarely are students or parents
informed of it.
I encourage students and par-
ents all over our state to send a
letter to their school's adminis-
trators asking them to keep their
information private! A sample
form can be found at
If you have any questions
pleasefeel free to contact me.
8907 Crooked Creek Drive
S- Panama City Bch, FL 32413
v, We wr"te-p ileat o M ttetnd-a
'Veteraf's D6a prporaihi F'daN'at
BloLintstown Middle School. As.
we watched the program we were.
Sso blessed and inspired.
The program was planned by
the creative and capable Mrs.
Chevon Johns and her leader-
ship class. School principal. Mr.
SMike Johnson. spoke about his
passion for teaching the students
how to appreciate' freedom, as
well as the proper way to remem-
Sber and honor our veterans. The.
keynote speaker was our own
S hometown resident, Major Dann '
Hassig. who talked about being a
BMS student himself, and who
captivated the audience with his
stories and a \i\id power point
presentation of his Iraq tours.
The haunting notes of Taps".
perfectly played by James
Sherrod. was a fitting ending.
We want to thank all the staff
and faculty of BMS for a beauti-
fully planned program. The stLu-
S dents were quet and respectful
Sand it was a humbling sight to
see the veterans who were
guests---they spanned from
young and energetic men and
Women, to elderly World War It
veterans. It also meant a lot to
see the support of our school
superintendent. Mrs. Neves. and
school board member Tim Snuth.
We are proud to be
Americans. and we are grateful
to live in a place like Calhoun
County. In a world that can
seem to be full of sad news and
bad people, we were reminded oft
how much good there is around
Esther and Elam Stoltzfus
To the Editor:
My granddaughter. Shayla
Harris, asked me if I would do
The vehicle taken in the burglary was
found in Jackson County off Hwy. 231
near the Alabama line. In addition, sever-
al air hand tools stolen from the business
have been recovered from two different
Report of robbery
at McDonald's turns
out to be false
A report of an armed robbery underway
at Blountstown McDonald's Friday night
fortunately turned out to be a false alarm.
According to the Blountstown Police
Department, just before 10:30 p.m., a
group of basketball players from
Covenant Christian.were passing through
her a favor. She wanted me to
come to her 2nd grade class on
Veteran's Day. She said you can
tell us a story.
After some thought, I wan-
dered what I could .talk about
that children of that age could
relate to. Most all watch TV, and
news programs. With all the car
bombing, and suicide bombers,
death and destruction I thought
a more positive picture of
Veteran's would be better for that
I tried to tell them that you
felt a lot better when you help
someone thanwhen you harm
someone. I told them about my
monthly trips to several orphan- '
ages to deliver food and clothing..
I would also take clothing and
blankets in winter time to the
I am grateful that I was asked
to come to their class, they
seemed to enjoy what I had to
say, and giving them a chance to
honor veteranss .
The thing that touched me the
most was when I started to leave,
a student came and tapped me
on the back, as I turned he said
thank you for coming, and then
he gave me a: salute. Thank you
To the Editor:
Mankind, each of us, can be
both peaceable and war like.
November 7 at our Helping
Hands welcome second hand
9tooie.. lR saw- a; doscarded-kids-.,
BookW* 6om our. library. A .Jewish
writer was taking on the Quakers
including William Penn and
Edward Hicks. Penn I consider a
\ery peaceable early U.S..reli-
gious man. Hicks was the artist
that did various versions of the
Peaceable Kingdom based on the
Old Testament's Isaiah words of
laying down together of the lion
and the lamb.
This writer's \iew of Hicks was
that no peaceable images are
included. I very much disagree. It
disturbs me that yet another
generation of kids might assess
this Jewish writer's appraisal
and even if he were correct, are
we to reach for our guns instead
of plowshares? Definitely not!
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Blountstown on their way back from a
game in Panama City. As their vehicle
drove past McDonald's on West Central
Avenue, one of the team members
thought he spotted a group of males gath-
ered close to the front door, wearing ski
masks. He called 911 and told the opera-
tor one of the men had a gun and it
appeared around 20 people were lined up
inside and there were no employees
behind the counter.
BPD officers quickly responded, but a
manager advised them there was no rob-
bery in progress.
Late night bicyclist
caught with bag of
Talris T Brown, 37, of Blountstown
was arrested in the early morning hours
Thursday on marijuana charges..
According to the Blountstown Police
Department, Ofc. David Creamer spotted
Brown riding a bicycle just after midnight
with no headlight. A weapons check for
officer safety turned jp a knife in Brown's
pocket, along with a small bag of marijua-
na. Upon closer inspection, tne knife was
found to have marijuana residue and burn
marks on the lip, indicating it had been
used as drug paraphernalia
Brovn was charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of marijuana and
drug paraphernalia along with violation
or state probation. He was booked into
the Calhoun County Jail and remained in
custody at press time
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Freddie Uejean Peterson, 51, was
charged with possession of drug para-
phernalia last Wednesday morning.
According to the Blountstown Police
Department, Ofc. David Creamer was
patrolling on River Street when he spot-
ted Peterson walking along the roadway,
lingering around a parked truck. As Ofc.
Creamer approached, he noticed
Peterson, who appeared intoxicated and
. nervous, quickly walked away from the
vehicle. Ofc. Creamer stopped to speak
with Peterson and, due to Peterspn wear-
ing baggy clothing asked if he could do a
weapons check for officer safety. While
frisking him, a marijuana smoke pipe was
* found in Peterson's shirt pocket. The pipe
nad burnt marijuana residue, resulting in
Peterson's arrest .
A. search subsequent to his arrest
'turned up a small marijuana cigarette in
Peterson's front left pocket. Peierson was
given a notice to appear in court.
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Roosevelt Martin, domestic bakery. Michael Grayson, violation of probation
Nov. 8: Cassie Roberts, violation of probation. David Jones. violation of proba-
tion. Ronterrius Moore, violation of probation Lee Burns. holding Ior Hillsborough
Nov. 9: Anthony Kerce, violation of probation. Teresa Bailey, battery; Bryant
Wiggin, violation of probation, Jackie Grant, sentenced from court'
Nov. 10: Talris Brown, violation of state probation, possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Kenneth L. Martin, writ of attach-
ment; Robert E. Rogers, failure to appear in court; Karpel Simmons, resisting
arrest without violence
Nov. 11: Timothy Parrish, felony driving while license suspended or revoked with
knowledge,. ici.ie Eddy. violation of probation, failure to appear in court
Nov. 12: Alejan Bavnita. driving while license'suspended or revoked with knowl-
edge;' Homer Padgett, aggravated battery on person 65 or older, armed robbery
SThe above Individuals were booked Into the Calhoun County Jail over the
past week. Although they have been charged with a crime, they are consid-
ered innocent untilproven guilty.
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Locals to be featured in
BY KELLI PEACOCK
SAfter his acclaimed documen-
tary on Florida's aquatic pre-
serves. Blountstown filmmaker
Elam Stoltzfus is capturing the
history of the big nv\er that runs
through Calhoun County m his
latest project. Apalachicola River:
An American Treasure.
Two weeks ago. Stoltzfus gath-
ered a group of local actors and a
Calhoun County native turned
Hollywood television writer to
help tell the story.
"Elam's project is unlike any-
thing I've ever done before." say-
Jane Atkins, a writer for the pop-
ular daytime soap. Days o' Our
Lives, who grew up on the
Chipola River and has returned
here after several years in Los
Angeles. Stoltzfus recently enlist-
ed Atkins to create a script for
his film. "I \e always written fic-
tion... soaps, animation. cop
ows, hospital dramas, original
screenplays, novels, theatre
[ lays. Elam is shooting a docu-
entary and most of the text of
t e film will be based on inter-
siews he s done \ith all kinds of
Florida folk... scientists, fisher-
pen. politicians, artists. bird-
,'atchers. environmentalists, city
planners. you name it. I'm read-
Lng the transcribed material and
picking out what we're actually
going to use."
Atkins is actually the cousin
df Dr. Andrew Rausey. a native
tLmerican from Blountstown who
i'ill be featured in the film.
Brooks Anne Hayes Mierdiercks.
an actress who grew up in
olountstown and now resides in
Jacksonville, will portray a char-
acter loosely based on Ramsey's
grandmother and Atkins' great-
grandmother, Alice Boggs. Young
Tyler Wertenberger of
Blountstow\n \\ill play the part of
Boggs' grandson. Delano Reed,
Ray Howell, and Tammy and
Slade McNeill. all Calhoun
1ountians. also have roles in the
production. In addition. Atkins
recruited a professional actor
oim __Califfdr"ia7 Rick' Hariilton,''
play a Spanish explorer.
Filming for the history seg-
itent of the documentary got
inderwav November 1 near
,tkins' home on the Chipola
aver. For her and Brooks Arnne
ho grew up together, it was like
d home day. "Brooks Anne first
performed in a play I wrote when
he was two and I was 12."
tkins recalls. "She disgraced me
Spotting her mother in the
ont row and leaving the stage to
dlimb up in Ms. Nan's lap. Later.
Brooks Anne came out to LA
'hen I was a television writer
ere and she was pursuing a
career as a TV/film actress. Now
i's come full circle. Neither of us
dould believe we were actually
timing in our backyard on the
Atkins says working with
ABOVE: Brooks Anne Hoyes
Mlerdiercks & Tyler Wertenberger.
DELANO REED OF BLOUNTSTOWN portroys a ruria.voy slaoe in tne rilrn
Apalachicolo River An American Treasure
Stoltzfus has truly been her
pleasure. "He's sane and kind
and open to collaboration...
unlike so many talented, but fre-
quently nutzoid. filmmakers I ve
worked for in Hollywood. He has
a real vision for this piece and I'm
thrilled he invited me to join the
creative group he s assembled for
this project. Plus. his wife Esther
made us a bodacious lunch when
we were filingg"
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PATRICIA ANN BILBO
Patricia Ann Bilbo, 82, former-
ly of Bristol, died Sunday,
November 13, 2005, at her home
on Lake Talquin, surrounded by
Although no formal services
will be held, the family did
receive friends at the Bristol
Chapel of Adams Funeral Home
on Tuesday evening, November
Pat was born on March 17,
1923, to John and Margaret
Rosers in Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma. She was married to
the late L. J. Bilbo,
She was a devoted it. moth-
er and :,r-.ndn.ither who consid-
ered ,ui childl islting in her
home 'one of hers," In 1967, at
age 44, she u.idu.lrtd from
Lively icctium'.l Center as a
Licensed Practial Nurse (LPN).
She worked at Calhoun General
Hospital In Blountstown until
her retirement, where she helped
deliver many babies, initluliin!.
her own granddaughter, M.-ry'
Beth. She loved nursing and
often said to o miiis and limily.
:1 eant believe I got paid for
something that I loved to do!"
She is survived by two sons
and one daughter, Larry Bilbo
and his wife, Shirley, of
l'.-J.-.-.ee-. Jdininv Bilbo and
his wife, C'Lr. of Bristol, and
Jeanne Thayer and her husband,
Jon, of Swanton, Maryland;
seven grandchildren, Joey Bilbo,
Mary Beth Cobb, Laurie Bilbo,
Colby Bilbo Dan Thayer, Evan
Thayer, and Jason Duggar; and
She never met a stranger.
Adams Funeral Home in
Bristol is in charge of the
JENNIE VERA GEARY ,
Mrs. Jennie Vera Geary, 92, of
Blountstown, passed away
Thursday, November 10, 2005,
She was born in Cairo,
Georgia, and had lived in Bristol
for 20 years. Mrs. Geary was a
homemaker and was of the
Assembly of God faith.
Survivors include one son,
Christopher L. Geary of Bristol;
one grandson, Christopher L.
Geary of Fort Knox, Kentucky;
and one granddaughter, Shelby
Geary of Bristol.
Services were held at 1:00 PM
EST Friday. November 11. grave-
side from the Lake. MV's.tiU
Cemetery in Bristol. FL.
Ad -,im Funeral Home in
.Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.
Susie Holden, 77, of
Blountstown, passed away
Sunday, November 13, 2005, at
She was a retired school
teacher with several years of her
career spent at Blountstow-n
* Elementary School. She was also
S a member of the St. Mary
Missionary Baptist Church' of
Survivors include her son,
Rudolph Holden of Detroit; a
brother,. James Holden .of
Connecticut: and several grand-
children, nieces -and nephews
who loved her dearly. She also
leaves behind a special caregiver,
Gwen McKelvin. of Blountstown.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, November 19, at 12
noon CST at the St. Mary
Missionary Baptist Church.
Interment will follow at Magnolia
Vann Funeral Home is in
JEFFERY DEAN DIETRICH
Jeffery Dean Dietrich Larsen,
48, passed away November 2,
He was a playful, engagingly
modest, brilliant architect, inti-
mate friend and loving husband.
He is survived by his wife,
Amy McClellan Larsen; his
younger sister, Lisa Larsen;
along with many loving cousins
and nephews. Very special to the
immediate Larsen family are Mr.
and Mrs. J.M. McClellan, Mrs.
Evelyn C. Grosjean, and Dr. C.J.
The immediate family extends
an affectionate thank you to the
staff of MD Anderson Cancer
Center staff, especially the
Sarcoma Unit, Houston Hospice,
South Main Baptist Church and
the Phoenix Art Museum League.
Private internment is planned
for Southern Arizona. In- lieu of
flowers, the immediate family
asks that donations be sent to
MD Anderson Cancer Center,
Sarcoma Unit 345, c/o Dr.
Robert Benjamin, 1515
Holcombe Blvd., Houston, Texas,
PETEA RUSSELL SANKO III
Mr. Peter Russell Sanko III,
76, of Southport, passed away
Thursday, November 10, 2005,
in Panama City.
Mr. Sanko was, born in
Furnish Run, PA, and was a
security and truck inspector for
Louisiana Pacific. He was a mem-
ber and deacon at the North Bay
Creek Indian Chapel.
Survivors include his wife,
Lorene Sanko of Southport; .two
stepsons, Billy Henagen and his
wife, DeRetta, of Youngstown,
and David Henagen and his wife,
Brenda, of Tipp City, Ohio; three
brothers, Richard Sanko of
Croydon, PA, Paul Sanko of
Bristol, PA, and Frances Sanko
of New York, NY; one sister,
Eleanor Sanko of Lawrenceville,
NJ; three grandchildren, Billy
Ray and Michael Henagen, and
Chnstina Peer; two great grand-
children, Damien Smithoun and
Cason Henagen; and a special
niece, Betty Garrett Bodiford.
Funeral services were held at
10:00 AM Monday, November 14,
from the Adams Funeral Home
Chapel in Blountstown.
Interment followed in the
Magnolia Cemetery near
Adams Funeral Home in
Blountstown was in charge of the
arrangements, ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.adamsfh.com.
The family of J.L. Bailey would
like to express our heartfelt
thanks and appreciation for the
prayers; visits. phone calls.-
carda'. Toi-d flowers and the
thoughtful gifts to the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranch during the
time of his illness and death.
A very special thanks goes to
the staff and volunteers of Big
Bend Hospice, Drs. Clifford
Bristol, Tedrick Davis and
Hansen, Paulk and their staff.
Also to Rev. Bob Bellman, Rev.
Terry Blackburn, Judge Hosford
and Georgia Ann. for being with
us in our time of sorrow and
Floyd and Sharon Parrish,
Earlene Hall and Pam Traylor for
their support during the year.
Kat, Allen, Jody, Judy,
James; Pat Soni and families;
Terry, Tim, and Tony Peddle and
families, "R.B. and Little Bud"
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Gospel Extravaganza at
True Holiness Nov. 19
The True Holiness Community
Church of Christ Written in
Heaven located at 21204 SE
River Street, Blountstown, will be
having a Pre-Thanksgiving
Family and Friends Community
Gospel Extravaganza Superbowl
for Christ 2005 program on
behalf of our new church build-
ing fund drive Saturday,
November 19th at 7:00 p.m.
(CST). Everyone is welcome.
Rahal's annual gospel
sing Saturday, Nov. 19
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
Sevierville, 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.
Manna Ministries opens
food pantry Saturday, 1-3
Blountstown Church of the
Nazarene will be opening Manna
Ministries Food Pantry on
Saturday, November 19, from
1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Anyone need-
ing assistance \\ith food items is
welcome to participate. The
church is located diagonally
across from Calhoun/Liberty
Hospital at 17826 NE Crozier St.,
Blountstown. It's the orange
brick building with'the white
Darrell Johnson to speak
at revival November 16-20
A revival at Revival Tabernacle
will be. held November 16th -
20th beginning at 7:00 p.m. (CT).
Guests for the revival will be
Darrell Johnson and family from
Norfolk, VA: Mr. Johtsoin-is-serv"-,
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Sunday School...9:45 AM
Morning Worship...ll:00 AM
Evening Worship...5:00 PM
Wednesday Service...7:00 PM
Meaningful Bible Study............ ............9:45 AM
S Exciting Worship............................... 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Worship....................... 6:00 PM
Wednesday Prayer & Bible Study..........6:30 PM
SPastor Tom Stailworth
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
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20500 Central Ave. West
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Revival Nov. 16-20 at Red
Oak Mennonite Church
Revival meetings will be held
Wednesday, November 16th -
Sunday, November 20th, 7:00
p.m. at Red Oak Community
Mennonite Church. Guest speak-
er will be Larry Miller of
Everyone is welcome. The
church is located on CR 275
North, Altha, FL.
Service Sunday, Telogia
The Liberty County Ministerial
Association is sponsoring the
2005 Community Wide
Thanksgiving Service on Sunday,
November 20th at Telogia Baptist
Church beginning at 6:00 p.m,.
(EST). The church is located on
Highway 65 South in Telogia.
For more information call 643-
"0 Give thanks unto the Lord,
call upon His name: make known
His deeds among the people."
Hillcrest Baptist to host
Come join Hillcrest Baptist
Church for their Thanksgiving
Day Service on Sunday,
November 20th at 10:00 a.m.
Special music will provided by
the Cobb Family. Dinner \ill be
served after the service. The
church will furnish the food.
Pastor Davy Crockett and con-
gregation cordially invite every-
one to come and celebrate with
them. The church is located at
6974 NW CR 274, Altha, FL. For
more information call 237-2546.
First Baptist children
learning sign language
Come learn sign language in
Children's Church at First.
Baptist Church of Blountstown.
Sign language is an expressive
international language and will
be learning songs and Bible vers-
es with it. Sunday School begins
at 9:45 a.m., Children's Church
at 11:00 a.m. For more informa-
tion,c all church office at 674-
5923 \We are located by Reions
RiverTown to present
Church will present not vour typ-
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Family Christmos Production at
Blountstown High Auditorium.
The production will be he]
after the Blountstown Christme
Parade Saturday, December 10t
at 6:30 p.m. Admission is fre
entertainment is free an
refreshments are free.
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"We Minister To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
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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Pre-season tournament continues Thursday in Altha
Tigers face LCHS in Tipoff Classic
THE BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER BASKETBALL TEAM hit the court this week as the Tipoff Classic got underway at BHS
Tuesday night. The tournament continues Thursday in Altha with the Tigers facing LCHS at 6 p.m.Varsity team
members include (from left) Nic Tomlinson, Joseph Warren, T.J. Simmons, T.J. Rogers, Brandon Williams, Coach
Andrew Sumner, Justin Watson, Trey Gowan, Eric Felton, Jason Byrd, Adam Richards, and (kneeling). Kenshare
Grant. Not pictured are Jonathan Lockhart, Ricky Sable, Garry Reed, and T.C. Copeland who will join the
Tiger lineup after football season.
DUCKS UNLIMITED held a banquet
at the W.T. Neal Civic Center featur-
ing a delicious meal, along with
silent and live auctions, as well as
raffles for valuable art pieces, guns,
and other impressive items. At left,
Sarah' and Matt Carpenter are
shown with the signed print they
won in a raffle. A committee was
formed to make the event bigger
and better next year.
BY KELLI PEACOCK
Hoop action is underway at
Blountstown High with the
Tigers giving fans a preview of
the season at the Tipoff Classic.
The pre-season tournament
began Tuesday at BHS with
Altha going up against Liberty
County and the Tigers taking on
Wewa (details unavailable at
press time). The tournament
moves to Altha Thursday night
with the Tigers starting the night
off against LCHS at 6 p.m. The
win four in a row
The BMS Lady Tiger
Basketball team is off to an
explosive start! They have won
their first 4 games.
The Lady Tigers defeated their
first opponent, Tolar, 42-0. The
posed a second win by beating
Hosford Middle School 49-9. The
girl's third win was over Vernon,
with a score 'of 35-11. The Lady
Tigers defeated Quincy Shanks,
28-18, for their four win.
Team members include
Tiffany Abbott, Chelsea Baker,
Faith Bell, Tasheana Brown,
Jessica Collier, Shaterial Davis,
Lavasyette Donaldson, Bianca
Garrett, Mortoya Garrett,
Brittany Griffin, Heidi Jeppson,
Elizabeth Koonce, Sasha
Simmons, Alison Slongo, and
Selena Williams.' Managers are
Tabitha Dawson and Jetta
Jackson. Scorers are Jessica
Anderson and Hira Farooqi. The
Lady Tigers are led by Coach Ed
. : ,:.. .
Wildcats will face Wewa at 7:30.
Coach Andrew Sumner, who
spent seven years at Altha and
one at Bonifay, returned to
Calhoun County this year to
teach physical education at
Blountstown Middle School. He
recently accepted the position of
head coach of the BHS basket-
ball team. "It's excellent to be
back here," he tells The County
Record, adding that he doesn't
miss the commute to Bonifay. "It
has saved me $400 travel a
month and that was when gas
While coaching Altha in previ-
ous years, the Wildcats never
took on the Tigers in basketball,
but Coach Sumner says that will
change this season due to
FHSAA changes. "Now since
Altha's in our district, we're going
to get to play," he remarks.
For the past several weeks,
Coach Sumner has been busy in
the gym getting to know his
team. "Right now, our numbers
are down because we have a cou-
ple ineligible for grades that I'm.
hoping to get back at Christmas
time," he says. 'Then I've got four
that are football players so I'm
going to pull up some J.V. play-
ers until football gets out, which
I hope is not anytime soon."
The Tigers' starting lineup
T.J. Simmons, senior,
guard. "He's a pretty good shoot-
er," says Coach Sumner. "What I
need from him is senior leader-
Joseph Warren, junior,
guard. "He's a real good shooter,"
!Coach Sumner remarks, adding
this is Warren's second year on
T.J. Rogers, junior, forward.
"He's a good rebounder and plays
good defense," says Coach
Justin Watson, senior.
Coach Sumner points out, "He
has good ball handling skills and
is a good defensive player."
Adam Richards, senior,
post. Coach Sumner describes
him as a "good rebounder and
good defender," adding, "We'll
have to count on him scoring
inside for us."
Coming off the bench will be:
Nic Tomlinson, junior. "He
has a good attitude and plays
hard," says Coach Sumner. "We'll
be relying on him for team lead-
Trey Gowan, senior. "He's
about 6'7" and plays the post,"
Coach Sumner reports. "He's
going to have to play more
aggressive and rebound for us."
Brandon Williams, junior,
post. "He's about 6'4" and he has
a bad knee," says Coach Sumner.
"We're waiting to get him cleared
by the doctor. He will be a starter
once he gets healed."
Once football season ends,
Jonathan Lockhart, Ricky Sable,
Garry Reed, and T.C. Copeland-
will be joining the Tiger lineup.
"If people are going to get us,
they better get us now, because
once we have everybody in, we'll
be good," Coach Sumner -
remarks. "But we can't afford
any foul trouble because of our
After the Tipoff Classic ends
Thursday night, the Tigers will
focus on their regular season
that gets underway Monday
when Rutherford comes to BHS.
Game time is 5:30 p.m. for J.V.,
followed by varsity at 7.
Th g Turke Shoot
in Scotts Ferry Saturday
SScotts Ferry Volunteer Fire held at the Scotts Ferry firehouse
departmentt will hold the annual at the intersection of Iola Road,
Thanksgiving Turkey Shoot on 13 miles south of Blountstown
Saturday, November 19th. on Hwy. 71. There will be lots of
Shooting will start at 9:00 a.m. food, drinks and baked goods for
wntil and will cost $2.00 a shot. sale.. You may also win a ham or
SThe popular fundraiser will be turkey.
Lady Dawgs fall to Oak Hall
The Liberty County Lady Peddle. "We'll know what to
bulldogss were defeated by Oak expect next year. We went into a
*all in the first round of the state huge arena and it was just over-
1ournament in -Lakeland whelming."
saturday. Oak Hall made it to the cham-
S "We just weren't quite mental- pionship game and lost to
already says Coach Casi Evangelical Christian.
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Blountstown advances with 40-0 win over South Walton
Vernon again Friday
For the Blountstown Tigers,
the easy ones are all over with.
Immediately after Friday night's
Class 2B Region Semi Final 40-0
win over South Walton, the
Tigers' turned their focus on
Vernon, the next hurdle in their
path to the state championship
game in Miami. Since the fifth
game of the season when
Blountstown pulled out a 20-18
last second win over Vernon
there has been little doubt that
the two teams would meet again.
Vernon (10-1) felt robbed in
that early season loss while Tiger
fans felt we should have won by
two touchdowns. The two North
Florida powers will meet at
Bowles Field Friday night in the
Class 2B Region Finals. For one,
the season comes to an end.
Regardless of the outcome, for 19.
One down and four to go!!!!!!! We told
our players that 10 0 meant nothing at
this point. All that really matters is
whether or not we can go 4 -0 the
remainder of the way.(
We have finished the honeymoon and
now it is time to get down to the real part
of life. We played very good last Friday
night against a very well-coached South
Walton team. The only problem is that
South Walton is celinitely NOT VER-
Several of our players did a great job
last week. First, I would like to express
my regret for Adam Edwards, a senior;
that may have played his last football
game due to another dislocated elbow.
Adam missed three weeks earlier in' the'
season due to the same injury to his other
elbow. We are still hopeful that he may
be ready tb return if we make it to the
State Championship game, but it looks
unlikely he will make it back before then.
Our best wishes go out to him.
I would like to recognize the play of
several of our players from last week.
First, Cory Cox came in and did an out-
standing job in the absence of Michael
Guilford. He played with great poise and
maturity for a sophomore. It is evident
that he has been well coached before
coming to Blountstown and fortunately for
us, he was ready to play.
Greg Meeks filled the absence of
another one of our players and played an
outstanding game at linebacker. He fin-
ished second on the night in tackles with
14; He also had two "big sticks" on the
night. Arsenio Ivory played one of his
best games at linebacker finishing with
13 tackles and Jamie Willis had 10.
The star of the night on defense has
to go to Corey Silcox. He finished the
game with 22 tackles and numerous
unbelievable hits. Since the.second half
of the Bonifay game, Corey has become
the most dominating player on our
defense. All of our defensive players are
playing great, but Corey seems to have
stepped his game up to another level.
Offensively, Chance Attaway had
another game like he began the playoffs
*With last season. He finished the night
with 161 yards on just eight carries and
two touchdowns. T.C. Copeland had 89
yards rushing and two touchdowns and
Arsenio Ivory had 68 yards and two
touchdowns and also had a great 60+
yards touchdown run called back due to a
holding penalty we cannot find on film.
Corey Silcox only carried the ball two
times, but had 41 yards and had 38 yards
Tiger seniors it will be their last
game ever at Bowles Field.
The Tigers ended Vernon's
playoff hopes last year defeating
the Yellow Jackets 32-7. "How
do you beat a team like Vernon in
three straight games? They'll be
very tough and they have a very
balanced attack." Johns noted.
"We've dominated our last two
opponents and we played the
best we've played all year last
week. Our line blocking has
greatly improved and our kids
are playing outstanding defense.
They know they've got to beat
Vernon before they can even
think of the next game," Johns
The winner of Friday night's
game will advance to the Class
2B State Semi Final'against the
winner of the Union County and
Ocala Trinity Catholic game at
the winner's home field. The
Tigers got off to a slow start
against South Walton before
Arsenio Ivory put the Tigers on
the scoreboard with a 28 yard
sprint to the endzone capping off
a 5 play 58 yard drive. Ivory also
had a 60 yard touchdown run
called back by a holding penalty.
The kick failed and the Tigers led
after one quarter, 6-0.
Early in the second quarter,
Chance Attaway scampered 13
yards around the left side for a
touchdown. A try for two points
failed, but the Tigers were on top,
Ivory got his second score of
the night just before intermission
on a tough 13 yard blast. Ivory
then scored on a two point play
to give the Tigers a 20-0 lead at
With three minutes left in the
third quarter, Attaway got to the
sideline and raced 68 yards for
his second score of the night.
T.C. Copeland rambled in on the
two point play and the Tiger lead
Early in the fourth quarter,
Copeland scored from 14 yards
out The kick failed, but the,
Tigers were'in command, 34-0.
Copeland got his second score of
the night on a six yard blast with
4:06 left in the game.. For the
third time, the PAT was missed,
but the final score of40-0 was on
The Tiger offense amassed
43S yards of offense against
South Wlalton with 391 on the
ground and47 thru the air. The
Tiger defense allowed South
Walton a meager 105 total yards.
Quarterback Cory Cox com-
pleted 5 of 9 passes for 47 yards
and no interceptions. Attaway
had two catches for 21 yards fol-
lored by Garry Reed with two
receptions for 10 yards and Titus
Overholt with one catch for 16
Attaway led the ground attack
with 161 yards on,8 carries and
two touchdowns. Copeland had
89 yards on 9 attempts and two
touchdowns. Ivory added 68
yards on 5 carries and two
T C Ccp-eland drags South
%'.jIlt.r-,.r. defenderss into the
iendzohe for ope o'fi,hiS,tg ,;,
Chaz Johns listens as his dad and coach Bobby Johns
stresses the importance, of the next game with Vernon.
on punt returns.
On the offensive line, we played as
good as we have all season long., Jarrod
Phillips graded out at 97% and played
outstanding. Chaz Johns graded out at
95%, Eric O'Bryan at 82%, Josh Lee at
100% for the plays he was. in the game,
and Jerrod Waldron and Ricky Sable both
graded out at 78%, which is a solid game
for both of them. If we win the battleon
the offensive line like this every week, it
will be tough to stop us. ,
We also had several kids who had
what we call "big sticks." These are hits
that are so hard that everyone can hear
them and when you watch them on film,
you feel sorry for the other guy. Normally,
you have had a great night if you have
one or two of these hits. Last Friday night
we had eight!!! Josh Savell had three,
Greg Meeks had two, and Chaz Johns,
Chase Cox, and Corey Silcox each had
With that game behind us, it is now
time to get ready for the REMATCHI!!!!
Here comes Vernon again and it is going
to, take an unbelievable game for us to
come out on top. We must win to keep
playing and' beating the same teap three
times in one year is almost impossible. If
any team is capable of doing it, this Tiger
team is the one!!!! We came close to los-
ing our only game of the year last time
they came to town and we cannot afford
to make the same mistakes this time
around. We will have t6 play better, make
less mistakes, and score when we have
Everything we 'have worked for over
the last four years and most of these kids
have worked for since they were 5 or 6
years old playing football' in the little
league in Blountstown is on the line this
week. I believe the team that makes the
least number of mistakes and whose kids
want to win the most will come out on top.
I cannot believe that our kids will lose
because they don't play hard enough to
win. I have been to war many times over
the past three years with these kids and I
am READY FOR WAR FRIDAY
We hope to see everyone at the
game. Game time is 7:30 and advance
tickets will be on sale in the front office at
BHS beginning on Wednesday for $7.
See you all Friday night at the WWF, I'm
sorry, Tiger football game. Come be the
loudest fans Vernon has ever seen!!!!!
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by Head Football Coach
The County Record, NOVEMBER 16, 2005, Page 8
Dinner planned Dec. 8
A Christmas Renaissance
Madrigal Dinner Concert will be
presented Thursday, December
8, at 6:00 p.m. at the W.T. Neal
The Blountstown High School
and Middle School Chorus will
perform, the Band will provide
the trumpeters for the fanfare's,
the First Baptist English
Handbell Choir will ring and Mrs.
Marie Granger's Culinary Arts
Class from Altha High School will
prepare and serve the food.
The menu is Wassail, York
Salad, Sliced Pork Lion
w/Gingered Yams and SPiced
Apples, Whole Green Beans,
m SCHOOL NEWS
. TIGERS OF THE MONTH: These BHS students are the first ever Tigers of the Month.They were nominated for the
Honor by their teachers and each received a gift certificate to the Tigers' Den. KyleRu.sell .v.:s the overall
I winner and also received a Movie Gallery gift c.rti,-:.:ite Itrcrn the Student Council, along with a reserved
parking space for the month, courtesy of BHS Principal Keith Summers.
S--Tigers of the Month from Movie Gallery and a special
'I .The. BHS Student Council has reserved parking spot for the
--. H begun a new student recognition month that was donated by BHS
* program. principal, Keith Summers.
Each fP acu~1 lt- member is given The1 first Pevr RT-TS Tigers nf
WORLD WAR II HISTORY BUFF JOEY
|PEACOCK spoke to BHS students
O!during a Veterans Day assembly
Black history essay
contest open to K-12
Governor Jeb Bush has invit-
ed. Florida K-12 students to par-
ticipate in the Governor's annual
Black History Month
"Remembering the Past,
Celebrating the Future" essay
The theme ofl the essay contest
is "What Impact has an African
American Athlete from Florida
Had on My Life?" Winners will
receive a 4-year full tuition schol-
arship to any Florida state col-
lege or university of their choice,
provided by Florida Prepaid
Education Foundation, and a
Students interested in partici-'
pating in the essay contest may
.com or www.myflorida.com for
the opportunity to choose one
student he or she feels deserves
special recognition. The selec-
tion can be based on character,
academic achievement, extra-
curricular involvement, or any
other positive attribute that the
teachers see ir their chosen stu-
The "Tigers of the Month" each
receive a coupon for ,a small
hamburger, potato logs, and a
drink from the Tigers' Den
Restaurant. From all the names,
one student's name is drawn for
special recognition. That student
receives a $20 gift certificate that
Student Council has purchased
the Month are: D. J. Basney,
Secora Bell, Willie Coburn,
Brandi Greene, Jamie Hagler,
Allison Jones, Issac Kent, Adam
McCullen, Amy McCurdy,
Charles .Moyers, Kyle Russell,.
Corey Silcox, Zack Smith, Jeffrey
Stewart, Nic'Stoltzfus, Sean
Thomas, and Erin Wells.
The student whose name was
drawn for the reserved parking
space and the gift certificate to
Movie Gallery is Kyle Russell.
Student Council would like to
express our appreciation to
Marlon and Debbie Peavy of the
Tigers' Den for their support in
I, rc,: arti,: .f rr Li, .O ,:u; Cl-Ie, *t C: irr ",r'l [ ri..:rte, r
activities to honor veterans. Mrs. Leonard's eighth grade re.a.ir.g class wrote a
book about Veterans Day based on Margaret Wise Brown's "The Important
Book". Students Included character qualities about .eteror: throughout the
book and then went to elementary classrooms to read their book.
Mrs. Hassig's second grade class (above) displayed red, White, and blue rib-
bons In the hallway, Carr School students wrote the names of veterans they
knew on the stars. In addition, Mrs. Hill's second grade class (rot pictured) wrote
lett-r,:, f appreciation it: veterqns.ond posted them on their classroom door
Yeast Rolls, Team, and .Flaming
English Plum Pudding.
Tickets will be. available until
Monday, December 5, for $15.00
each, children under 12 -
Policy To Students
ALTHA CHURCH OF
25545 NW Fifth Street
Altha, FL 32421
If you are looking for a loving
and trusting place to leave your
child while you work, where
they can be nurtured and care
for in a Christian atmosphere,
then you need togive us a call.
We currently have openings in
our two year, three year, and
four year old classes. We use
the A Beka curriculum in all of
these classes. There are also
openings in our after school
program. We assist the after
school children with completing
their homework assignments.
Our hours are f from 6:30 AM -
5:30 PM CST Monday-Friday.
You are welcome to come by
and check us out or just give us
a call, we will be glad to help
you enroll your child in our
Notice of Nondiscriminatory
Policy to Students:
The Altha Church of God Day
Care admits students of any
race, color, national and ethnic
origin to all the rights and
privileges, programs and
activities generally accorded or
made available to students at
the school. It does not
discriminate on the basis or
race, color, national and ethnic
origin in administration of its
scholarship and loan programs
and athletic\and other school-
: Nov. 14 -Nov. 18
W Nov.14 Scalloped potatoes w/ 5
ground beef & cheese, field
peas, fruit cup w/cookie,
cornbread, low-fat or whole milk
Nov. 15 Turkey sub sandwich
w/cheese, f.f. potatoes, lettuce
& tomato, fruit cup, cookie, low-
fat or whole milk
Nov. 16 Chicken nuggets,
Macaroni w/cheese, green
Beans, fresh fruit w/cookie, -
cornbread, low-fat or whole milk i
Nov. 17 Turkey w/dressing & W
giblet gravy, green beans,
sweet potato soouffle,
cranberry sauce, roll, low-fat or
Nov. 18 Corndog, f.f. potatoes,
green lima beans, fruit cup,
F cookie, low-fat or whole milk .
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AITHA SCHOOL NEWS
MAJOR DANNY HASSIG of.
SBlountstown spoke to the BMS stu-
.dent body during their Veterans
'Day program Friday. He shared
stories and video of his time in
Iraq and encouraged students to
help others. He also urged them
to: never take for granted our
.freedorr and those who fought
to grie us liberty,
Hayley Sumner Selected for
Hayley Sumner, a seventh
Grader from Blountstown Middle
School, will be singing in' the
.Florida Vocal Association All-
State 7-8 Concert Chorus.
SThe All-State Chorus is a
highly select group of choral stu-
.debts from Florida's .middle
schools who are brought together
t for the purpose of rehearsing and
performing selected music with a
The chorus will present a con-
cert on Saturday. January 7. in.
Tampa for the Florida Music.
American Education Week
Join us November 13-19,
2005 to celebrate American
This year's theme. "A Strong
America Starts with Great Public
ICShnJfl- 1hihr5lirht thfl im nri-
When parents are engaged, inter-
ested and supportive in their
child's learning, the child is more
likely to succeed.
Bridging the divide between
what is learned in the classroom
to how it is relevant in day to day
life is a critical role for parents.
It brings meaning to their child's
learning experience. Parents can
make learning real and ensure
that students understand the
importance of achieving.
Here are a few ways to help
Read with your children reg-
ularly. Encourage them to read.
Let your children know that
homework is. their job. Make
sure that they do it.
Volunteer at your child's
Get to know your child's
teacher. Attend parent-teacher
Discuss safety issues openly.
Help make sure there aren't bar-
riers to learning.
Do you read- with you child'
Doyou talk with your child
about homework assignments?
Have you volunteered at your,
Do. you know your child's
teacher and have:you been to the
Do you know what your child
thinks about the school environ-
Help your student get the
most out of homework
Homework. Many students
try to avoid it, but teaching and
learning research indicates that
children who spend more time on
regularly assigned. meaningful
homework, on average, do better
in school, and that the academic
benefits of homework increase as
children move into the upper
grades. Parents and families
play an important role in the
process. Together. families and
teachers can help children devel-
If possible, set up a quiet,
comfortable study area with good
lighting arid the school supplies
that your children need. This
can be almost anyplace in your
home; you don't need a special
Set a family "quiet time"
where you and your children can
work together on homework,
reading, letter writing and play-
I Allow your children to study
in the way each of them learns
best. For example, some chil-
dren work best when they're
lying on the floor with back-
ground music playing.'
Make homework a daily
activity and help your children
develop good homework habits.
Provided by the National
All parents are invited to eat
Thanksgiving Lunch here at BMS
on Thursday, November 17.,
The 6th grade lunch begins at
10:43, the 7th grade lunch at
11:35, and the 8th grade lunch
at 12:25. Please call the school
office and RSVP by Tuesday,
November 15th, if you plan to eat
with your child. Adult lunches
Media Center Veterans Display'
The BMS students.. faculty
and staff brought in an array of
military memorabilia to display
in the Media Center's glass case.
Students brought in photos of
relatives that have served in the
military during war and peace
times. The items ranged from
WWI to the Gulf War. Students
brought in military uniforms. let-
ters and official documents. The
display created enthusiasm
throughout the week for the stu-
dents. faculty and staff.
Mrs. Eubanks would like to
thank all families who allowed
students to bring in their family
heirlooms of pictures and mili-
tary items in honor of Veteran's
tce of. bringingtogether teah- op good study habits and atti- Important Dates:
tance bringing together teach- tudes to become lifelong learn- Nov. 16th Girls and Boys
ers. school-staff, parents; stu- ers., ,:,, Basketball Pictures @ 1:30I .
dents and commnrnities in -a uni- Nor. s.B e t Thnures 1:3
ci.d'Thdto;te eI .. How can lli oNi.h' MY -B
efleft^S the National Education work? Basketball ga~.-e against Hosderd
rfleocits the Nationl Edo caion Send your children to school away a.: 3:00.
Association's visionn ofcalling each day, wel-rested fed and Nov. 21-25- Fall Break
upon America to provide stu-
dents with quality public schools th a positi e outlook.
so that they can grow,-prosper. Take and active interest in
so that the\- can erow. prosper. Ask A :.i't3
and achee in the 21st ceontu. your children's schooling. Ask
and achieve in the 21st century. specific questions about what .. )
specific questions about wthat
Resources for Parents: happens at school each day and
Students homes and class- how yoTr children feel about it. cC..o '
T" not tO let any of yrour own j-i.
rooms are the focal points of negative experiences keep you .l .i
their learning experiences from negate e experiences keep o
kinder rtn through high from supporting and encourag-
kindergarten through hh in your children's learning. Let adlinefor
school. Parents ho work wth the o ho mch o car De dline
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achieve success. Parents et theearning both informal-
exa~mple and the tone for there IN, and formally, to in]press its iMonday at No'o
childs approach to educaon importance upon them. -
child's approach to education.
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Mrs. Nichols is encouraging all high
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this opportunity to improve their SAT or
ACT scores Remember the higher the
scores the more opportunities students
have for scholarships
On November 10 all nigh school
students received a flyer in homeroom
wnicn contained the school s access
codes to this Iree online program The
reverse side ol the flyer contained infor-
mation on how parents can sign up for
the College Countdown Newsletter
The school with the most parents to
sign up for the College Countdown
Newsletter will win a $500 donation In
addition, a random draw will award a
parent and student their own IPods.
Mock Supreme Court Hearing
Altha's American Government class
is attending a mock supreme court
hearing in Tallahassee next Thursday,
the 1 7th. They are being accompanied
by iheir American Government teacher
Amy Henegar-Valenta The students
will sit in the actual chambers ol tne
Florida Supreme Court and preside
over historical cases
In addition they are going to spend'
the entire day in Tallahassee and act
out cases as arlorneys. judges. and
defendants The students are looking
forward to touring the capitol and learn-
ing about the government system
By- Sarah She/ton.
Red Ribbon Week
November 1st started out Red
Ribbon Week for the students and
teachers at Allha Public Schnocl Red
Ribbon Week lasted November 1--
The week was tilled wnni games con-
tesis. and oiner activities planned for
the entire school. These games includ-
ed a balloon game. a basketball shoot-
ing contest, and judging to see which
class wore the most red:
The week also included dress':up
days to represent different themes of,
saying no to, drLgs. Tuesday .was
"Shade Out Drugs Day" All students
were encouraged: to wearftheir sun-
glasses to school to show support On
Wednesday students wore Iheir clothes
backwards lor "Turn Your Back On
Drugs" day. Thursday sneakers were
he-srhoes ic wear to show support for
"Don't Lei Drugs Sneak Up On You."
Also .each class .was encouraged. to
create their own version of the red rib-
bon to show that they are drug tree
On Friday the elementary classes
were treated to a special presentation
from the Calhoun County Sneritf's
Office when they saw iheir guidance
counselor. Mrs. Yon a n rrve .na helicop-
Si: Kasey Rotwe.r7s
Nov 16- Culinary rip to Gulf Coast
Nov 17- Senior American
Government Mock Supreme Court
hearing Tallanassee-all day
SNov. 21-27 Fall Break
Nov 28- Read 180 Workshop BMS
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DOC arrests cont'd
-DOC, along with Emory and Kim
Home of Blountstown, also DOC
employees. The banquet was
sponsored by the Florida Council
on Crime and Delinquency and
was held at the National Guard
Armory in Tallahassee with sev-
eral DOC employees in atten-
O'Bryan told authorities he
had been drinking at the party
and was dancing with others on
a raised stage. As he began to
step off the stage, he lost his bal-
ance and started to fall. He
grabbed hold of a woman stand-
ing next to the stage to keep him-
self from falling, but they both
ended up hitting the floor.
O'Bryai told authorities Allen
Clark then jumped on him,
straddled his chest, grabbed his
shirt and pulled him up from the
floor, then began punching him,
striking his face and causing a
O'Bryan said while Clark was
on top of him, Richie Frye
approached and punched
O'Bryan, causing a cut to his
chin, as well as the inside of his
lip and mouth.
ALLEN CLARK, FORMER DOC
REGION 1 DIRECTOR, was arrested
Thursday for felony battery on a
While O'Bryan was still on the
floor, he said James Bowen
approached and kicked him in
his right side, causing bruises.
O'Bryan told authorities he
only knew the three men casual-
ly and had no confrontation with
them anytime during the
evening. His wife, along with the
Homes, both provided state-
ments backing up O'Bryan's
According to a Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
report, Kim Horne told investiga-
tors she attempted to explain to
Clark that O'Bryan had slipped
and the incident was an acci-
dent, but he responded, "No, he
clothes lined her and took her
Clark resigned from his post
back in August. Frye and Bowen
are on paid administrative leave.
Turkey Run Fast
Track race results
The Turkey Run Race (Fast Track)
results of Novemberl2th at the Tri-
State Off Road Park were as follows:
Street Legal Consistency
1st pl Jason Lowery
2nd pl -Jeff Whitehurst
3rd pl Kenny Clewis
4th pl Tommy Arnold
1st pl Harvin Willis
2nd pl Steven Cumbie
3rd pl Kenny Clewis
4th pl Robert Sauls
ist pl Donnie Peak
2nd pl Lewis Harvel
3rd pl Mathew Roller
4th Larry Workman
1st pl Dee Ping
2nd pl Paul Herron
3rd pl Tim Watson
4th pl Renee Cumbie
1st pl Harry Goodwin
2nd pi -'Paul Herron (tied 1st. pl.)
3rd pl Adam Ake
4th pl Stephanie Watson
1st pl Donnie Peak
2nd pi Ken Harve
3rd pi Larry workman
4th pl Mathew Roller
ABOVE: Local filmmaker Elam
Stoltzfus and his crew adjust their
equipment as Tammy and Slade
McNeil of Blountstown prepare
for a scene on the lawn at Torreya
Renowned landscape photog-
rapher Clyde Butcher and
Richard Bickel are partnering on
the project. The film and photog-
raphy exhibit are expected to
premiere early next year at The
Mary Brogan Museum of Art and
Science in Tallahassee.
Tyler Wertenberger looks on as Jane Atkins helps Brooks Ann Hayes
Mierdiercks with her costume v. hii riln-rn.g a scene from Apalachicola
River: An American Treasure.
Res. Conlracror Lic t002551 Contractor Roofing Lic #002550
SOUND OFF AUDIO, INC.
CAR AUDIO & VIDEO
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.ALMOST A.NITHING 12 VOLT
Owner: lMthew Lavfield
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 05-335
MELLIE O SHELTON, ALVIN DEAN SEWELL,
rVIAN TAYLOR; ROBERT FLANDERS. and
HENRY EDWARD BROOKS,
-LOIS SIMS, M.J. PACKER, BONNIE PALLONE,
DORIS MPitAN. MARLON SAPP, DOYLE SAPP,
RALPH SAPP, NORRIS PEDDIE, LOUISE
WOMBLE GROVER, FAY WOMBLE BATES,
WILLARD C. WOMBLE, JIMMIE WAYNE
WOMBLE, AUBREY FREE. ODIE GOODSON,
BURL FREE, NANCY NEHER, BARRY FREE,
ZDENNIE FREE, JR., CATHY VICKERY, RONNIE
-VICKERY, JESSE SHOUN, DALE SHOUN, DEANA
'JOHNSON, ANGIE DONNELL, WALLACE GLENN
HUGHES, GWENDOLYN VICKERY PRESTON,
-JQANN HUGHES HOBACK, CRYSTAL ANN WOR-
RING. BARBARA WOMBLE-RICE, PAUL DAVID
LEE. TIMOTHY W. LEE, ROBERT LEE, DEBBIE
-LEE, ALLANA LEE. ALLEN POE LEE, DAVID
'BOUDER, and any other UNKNOWN HIERS,
DEVISEE, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
I'REDITORS, TRUSTEES, and ALL OTHER PAR-
'TIES CLAIMING THROUGH, UNDER, OR
AGAINSTT THE ESTATE OF JOHN BRYANT
S SEWELL i. i.-i B 'EiWELL
uD- ,'r, rin l
AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION
iL ,'LL DEFEIIDhjT'5 And rn'. ..r.:i
rijSK.v',OWN HEI.h DE\i -LE *.RANTEiES
S ASSIGNEES. LIENORS. CREDITORS.
.TRUSTEES, and ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
-TjJROUGH, UNDER, OR AGAINST THE ESTATE
'OF JOHN BRYANT SEWELL a/k/a J.B.SEWELL
'YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to partition
the f-llowing property in Calhoun County,
-Afl of the North Half of the Southeast Quarter of
'Section 24, Township'2 North. Range 10 West.
Calhoun County, Florida; LESS AND EXCEPT the
.following: Begin at the Northwest corner of the
Nonrthe .-t Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of
eccuc.rn -4 Township 2 North, Range 10 West,
and run thence East 528 feet for the Point of
-Beginning; thence run East 1104 feet to State
-"Rad 73; thence run South 210 feet; thence run
)fVest 1104 feet: thence, run North 210 feet to Point
-has been filed against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it
ori- WADE MERCER, plaintiffs attorney,. whose
address is 4431 Lafayette Street, Marianna,
Florida, 32466, on or before December 5, 2005,
,and file the original with the clerk of this court
either before service on .Plaintiffs attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
'. entered against you for the relief demanded int he
.DATED this 24th day of October, 2005.
HON. RUTH W. ATTAWAY,
As Clerk of the Court
November 9, i6, 2005
INVITATION TO BID
The Calhoun County School Board will receive'
; l ed bids until 4:00 P.M. Monday, November 28,
2005 for the purchase of the following:
Meets and 'Frozen Foods, and Food Service
Fwdu.:r, for use in the school cafeterias for the
bid period of January 1, 2006 through May 31,
Any additional Information or bid forms
required may be obtained at the School Lunch
S Office, 16651 SE River Street, Blountstown, EL
3 82424. Each bidder submitting a bid must use
bid forms, otherwise bids will not be considered.
S;ny bid submitted after the specified hour and
S 'ate will not be opened or considered. The Board
accepts no responsibility for mailed proposals
aliat arrive at the School Lunch Office after the
above stated time even though the envelope may
reflect a postmark prior to the above date.
I The Board reserves the right to accept or reject
bany or all bids. The decision of the Board will be
i nal No bid maybe withdrawn by any bidder for
a period.of thirty (30) days after bids are opened.
Timothy Smith, Chairman
SCalhoun County School Board
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent
SCalhoun County Schools
November 9. 16, 23, 2005
i "BID NOTICE
ESTATE HOUSING INITIATIVES
; The Calhoun Board of County Commissioners
ill accept sealed bids on behalf of its State
IHousing Initiatives Partnership "SHIP" Program
for the rehab of houses until 12:30 P.M. local time
bon Tuesday, December 6, 2005. Bids may be
Jele.-ie. to the Clerk's Office in the Calhoun
C-unty Courthouse, Blountstown, Florida
S 424. Bids must arrive before deadline. Bids
Will be opened on December 6, 2005 at 2:05 p.m.
S oras soon afterwards as possible.
.Bids must' be sealed in an envelope marked
tSealed Bid For "SHIP Rehab" and identified by
1h name of the firm, and the date and time of the
S bd opening.
S Bid sheets and specifications may be obtained
by contacting Dowling Parrish or Faye Bailey,
8lIP Administrators, 20859 East Central Avenue,
Rgom 309, Blountstown, Florida, phones (850)
07T4-8046 or 674-2571. A Mandatory Prebid
Conference will be held on Thursday, December 1,
2005 at 9:00 A.M .local time in the Calhoun
Ifl t o I a /e s
Williams Home Improvements
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Res. Contractor Lic #002551 Contracror Roofing Lic #002550
Mike Purvis, Owner
Building Department located on the 3rd floor of
the Calhoun County Courthouse.
Rehabs will be bid. It is the responsibility of the
vendor/contractor to =purchase all permits
Bidders must provide proof of general liability
and Workman's Compensation Insurance in the
bid package. The insurance must be in force at
the time of the bid opening. As an alternative to
providing Workman's Compensation Insurance,
the prospective .bidder shall provide proof of
Worker's Compensation Exemption. Any person
claiming to be exempt shall be subject to an on-
the-job inspection for proof of exemption and
license of all workers on job site.
Minority contractors are encouraged to partici-
pate. Calhoun County is an Equal Opportunity
Jurisdiction The Calhoun County Board of
County Commissioners reserves the right to reject
any and all bids and to waive any informality.
The signing of the contract is contingent upon
the approval of and/or release of funds by the
Florida Housing Finance Agency.
Calhoun County is/ an Equal Opportunity/Fair
Nov. 9. 16. 2005
The Board of County Commissioners will accept
sealed bids on December 6, 2005 at 2:10 P.M. or
as soon afterwards as practical inthe County
Commission Board Room, 20859 Central Avenue
East, in Blountstown, Florida for contractors
interested in the weatherizing of houses and
Mr:-t.Ile h-b:m- S t r ,i*:'t I' u.:.ri m., be pil,:kej up
it I-t \L, :.c.Lnr L..i C-n Ilu.: c b,3'- ,:':l- tirt h[,ur *:*['
7 ,i 3 A.!. ,d 3 Fi l 3 *Bl', r-_ r-u: -r.:'-ide
proof of General Liability and Workman's
Compensation Insurance in the Bid Package. The
Insurance must be in force at the time of the bid
opening. As an alternative to providing
Workman's Compensation Insurance, the
prospective bidder shall provide proof of worker's
compensation exemption. Any person claiming to
be exempt shall be subject to an on-the-job
inspection for proof of exemption and license of all
workers on job site. For further information,
please contact Faye Bailey at 674-2571.
The Board of County Commissioners reserves the
right to reject-any or part of all bids.
Nov. 9,16, 2005
Mallory Towing and Recovery will hold a public
auction on November 16, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. (CT)
1989 Pontiac, Black in Color
1991 Chevy Corsica, Gray in Color
Auction will be held at Mallory Towing and
Recovery. Inc. at 18329 North Main Street, Hwy.
71 North in Blountstown.
Mallory Towing and Recovery reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Nov. 16, 2005
Paul's Wrecker Service will hold a public auction
on November 28, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. (C.T.).
1992 Nissan Maxima'
Tan in Color
SAuction will be held at Paul's Wrecker Service,
17311 N.E. Pear Street, Blountstown, Florida.
Paul's Wrecker Service reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
PH: 850-674-TOWS (8697).
November 16, 2005
ACCEPTING SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Sheriffs Office
will accept sealed bids on the surplus vehicles
listed below. The bids will be received through
12:00 noon on Monday, November 28th. 2005.
All bids should be mailed or delivered to the
Calhoun County Sheriffs Office at 20776 Central
Avenue East, Suite 2, Blountstown. Florida
32424. The vehicles' may be viewed at the
Calhoun County Airport at the Sheriffs Hanger
located at the end of Innovation Way.
All interested persons should submit
a written bid clearly stating the vehicle identifica-
tion number and the dollar amount of the bid.
The envelope containing the bid should be secure-
ly sealed and clearly identified on the outside'as a
"Bid on Surplus Vehicle(s)". Please direct all bids
to the attention of Sheriff David Tatum. -
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The County Record, NOVEMBER 16,2005, Page 1.1
BY JESSIE M. EHRICH
Chamber Staff Assistant
Christmas Parades & Festival
The date of the Blountstown
and Altha Christmas Parades is
changed to the second Saturday
in the month, December 10.
The Chamber's Board of
Directors voted to move the
parades, just in case our
Blountstown High School
Football Team goes to State on
December 3rd (Go Tigers!!!).
The Altha Parade will start at
1:00 p.m. CST, and the
Blountstown Parade will start at
5:00 p.m. CST (adjusted the time
of the Blountstown Parade by
one hour, since "Christmas at the
Pioneer Settlement" starts at
6:00 p.m. on the same date).
The date of the Christmas
Festival will stay on December
3rd, since the Order of the
Eastern Star has already made
arrangements for vendor booths
and entertainment on that date.
Please contact the Chamber for
further information or to pickup
Don't forget the "Altha
Festival" is November 18th
through 19th! This year's event
includes the antique tractor pull
and bog-in and a car show. To
Altha Area Recreation
Complex, go through Altha; con-
VFD is awarded
a FEMA grant
Fire Department has been
awarded their FEMA grant, with
which they will purchase PPE
and communication equipment.
VFD members say they will be
able to better serve the commu-
nity and protect firefighters.
They extend their appreciation
for all the support throughout
the county, and thank everyone
for the opportunity to serve.
Sr. Citizens plan
trip to Southern
Gospel Sing, AL
Calhoun County Senior
Citizens has planned a four day,
three night trip on January 12-
14, to Mobile, AL for the
Winterfest Southern Gospel Sing,
at the Mobile Civic Center.
Gospel groups that will be
there are: Booth Brothers,
Signature 'South, Hoppers,
Isaacs, Crabb Family, Gold City,
Mark Trammell Trio, The Perrys,
McCarneys, Karen Peck, and
We will also tour the
Battleship in Mobile Bay and
Cost of the "trip is $239
pp/based on double occupancy.
Trip, includes: Winterfest, 3
nights lodging, 3 breakfasts, 3
dinners, tour of the Battleship,
and Bellingrath Gardens. A
deposit of $50 is due upon sign-
up. For more information, call
tinue north on Highway 71, and
turn left (east onto Bodiford
Road. For more information, pick
up flyers from the Chamber's dis-
play shelves, contact the
Chamber (telephone: 850-674-
4519 or e-mail: ccchamber
@yahoo.com), or call Altha Town
At the Clerk
Membership Meeting on
November 10th, Ruth Attaway,
the Clerk of Court, hosted a very
informative presentation on the
Clerk's web site:
Melvin Cox, of the Florida
Association of Court Clerks,
showed participants how to
access the Clerk's web site for:
general information, Board of
County Commissioners informa-
tion, Official Records Search,
Official Records Images, and E-
Commerce' Services. He
explained that, according to
Florida Statute Chapter 119,
public records are available to
Visitors to the site may view a
variety of public records, includ-
ing deeds, death certificates,
liens, etc. Sensitive/confidential
information is protected through
the use of "redaction," in which a
block actually covers the sensi-
tive information on the screen
(but does not alter the original
record). The Clerk's system is
encrypted and audited for securi-
ty purposes. Records may be
printed from the system, using
the Adobe Acrobat PDF format
(free access to the software is
even available online). If certified
copies are needed, they are avail-
able online through credit card
payments (child support can also
be paid with debit cards) and in
person at the Clerk's office.
Online Calhoun County public
records are available back to
1985; images are only available
to 1990. The online Helpdesk
contact is: webmaster@myflori-
dacounty.com or 1-877-ECounty
Hudson, Florida Association of
Court Clerks, and Tab Hunter,
technical support of the Clerk's
office, also contributed to the
Ms. Attaway, with the assis-
tance of Clerk Wendy, demon-
strated the Court's "smart sys-
tem." Three televisions for court
video are available in the second
floor courtroom; one for the
judge, one for the witnessess,
and one for the jury.
Janice Watson, Chamber's
Board of Directors, gave a brief
report on the application for re-
designation of Calhoun County's
Enterprise Zone: the proposal
eliminates wet areas inside the
City of Blountstown and adds a
few new business areas for a
total of 18 square miles.
READING WITH ROCK STARS: Brandon Bittner with the band socialburn
talks with students in Martha Finch's class at Riverside Elementary
School in Marianna after reading them the Dr. Seuss book, "Oh, The
Places You'll Go!" to them. Biftner, of Blountsfown, was part of a celebri-
ty reader program Tuesday at Riverside where well know 'community
members read to 20-third, fourth and fifth grade, classes as part of
National Youth Reading Day. The program is designed to show how
what the students learn in.class will be, used in the real world,
PHOTO BY MARK SKINNER/ JACKSON COUNTY FLORIDAN
CHIPOLA CHORUS CONCERT SET-The Chipold College Chamber Chorus (shown here) will present d free
concert of Brahm's Lovesong Waltzes and Great Choral Music of the Cinema, Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.
in the Chipola Arts Center,
Chipola Chorus to perform,
Brahm's 'Lovesong Waltzesj
College Chamber Chorus will
present a free concert of
Brahm's Lovesong Waltzes and
Great Choral Music of the
Cinema, Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7
p.m. in the Chipola Arts Center.
According to Chipola choral
director Dr. Ed Lyon, The
Brahms "Liebeslieder Walter"
have been a favorite of lovers of
Romantic music. "Brahms many
times is viewed as dark and
brooding; however, these little
waltzes for duo-piano and chorus
are light and airy and lots of
fun," Lyon said.
Choral selections from cinema
will include numbers from "The
Exorcist," "The Matrix," "Empire
of the Sun," "Phantom of the
Opera Movie," "Chariots of Fire,"
and "Peter Gunn." The concert
closer will be a fun selection,
'"The History of Western Music!"
Dr. Carolyn Wilson is accom-
panist for the chorus. :'
Chorus members are: Jill
Barfield, Brad Brooks, Scott
Boyle, Brad Bunce, Danfel
Carter, Veronica Corbin,
Lawanna Cotton, 'Sapphire
Garrett; Rob Gibbons, Tini
Lester, Shaun Lindsey, Kendr
Mayfield, Courtney McKay, Nick
Melvin, Jermaler Powell and
Stephanie S\ frett t.
For information, call Dr. Lyoh
The Liberty County Arts
Council will hold its Third
Annual Christmas Gala -
Dinner/Dance and Silent Art
Auction on Friday evening,
December 2, starting at 7:30
.p.m. (EST). This is a major fund
raising event for the Arts Council
and will provide an evening of
entertainment at the Veterans'
Memorial Civic Center in Bristol
with "Southern SatiNfaction"
Band from Tallahassee, Liberty
and Calhoun' County's own
"Purple Passion" Band.
Dinner will include a choice of
prime rib, chicken cordon bleu or
vegetarian. During the evening,
guests will be able to view and
biql,,p ; art pieces,, dJioiLted ,by
local artists and collectors. THe
winner will be announced at
10:00 p.m. Attire is dressy or
semi-formal. Cost is $5'0 per
person. Reservations required
by Nov. 21. For reservations,
please call 379-8456, 643-2288,
643-9808 or 643-5235.
The profits from this fund
raising event are bringing artistic
events to the children and fami-
lies of Calhoun and Liberty
County, including:. "Art Alice-
2005" in September; Tallahassee
Irish Step Dancers in October;
"Nutcracker" on November 30th,
featuring the Northwest Florida
Ballet, together with adults and
children from. Liberty .and
Calhoun Counties; a Storytelling
Presentation on January 13; and
"Bits 'N Pieces Puppet Theatre"
will present "Thumbelina" a nine
foot puppet show in March. All
these performances are held at
the Veterans' Memorial CiqI2
Center in Bristol. Additional per-
formances are being planned.
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4 NEWS & EVENTS from the
SCalhoun County Chamber of Commerce
S20816 Central Avenue East, Suite 2 Blountstown, Florida 32424
(850) 6744519 FAX: (850) 674-4962
Liberty County Arts Council to host Christmas Gala
Dinner and dance December 2
John F Bailey Rd.
Call Now to Pre-Order For Your Special
Ocassions, Holiday Parties, etc.
'Hams Ribs Boston Butts .Sausage
We marinate with special seasonings or just
get the meat and let you season like you
prefer. We do need enough time ahead to
order and get ready, so please call (2) two
We can only smoke hams, fibs, and
sausage at this time.
We have pork link & patty sausage
for sale now.
We can process your wild game
The County Record, NOVEMBER 16, 2005, Page 12
a Janessa M. Schmarje and Kenneth W Edwards
Schmarje, Edwards will
speak vows December 17
John and Jannie Schmarje of
Blountstown wish to announce
the engagement and forthcoming
rharriage of their daughter,
Janessa M. Schmarje, to
Kenneth W. Edwards, son of
I enneth and Alice Edwards of
S Janessa is the granddaughter.
of the late Bart and Tina
Rozeboom of Alberta, Canada
-and Lilly and the late John
Schmarje of Bristol, FL. She is a
graduate of Blountstown High
School and Chipola Junior
college and currently is a senior
in the Social Work program at
the University of West Florida.
S Kenneth is the grandson of the
late James Roberts of
dreensboro, Mary Bass of Bristol
'and Reverend H. L. and Oleta
Idwards of Greensboro. He is a
graduate of Liberty County High
FDOT hearing will
he held Nov. 18
i The Florida Department of
transportation ill hold public
Searing. on the tentative 5-Year
f -1'r ork Program -for- fiscal. -years
"uly 1V 2007 through'June 30,
2011. A meeting will be held
riday, November 18, at 2 p.m.
S (ST) in the Panama City
Co- mission Chamber, 9
garrison Avenue. Panama City.
SThe Tentative Work Priogram
IHearing is being held to consider
the department's improved tenta-
tlve Work Program and to consid-
er the necessity of making any
h. anges to the program. All six-
tten counties, including Calhoun
nad Liberty, will be discussed at-
School and is attending Chipola
College. He is employed at
HarborLite Corporation and is
the owner of Kenneth's Signs.
A December 17th wedding is
planned at 6:00 p.m. CT at
Bristol Methodist Church.
A reception will immediately
follow at Veterans Memorial Park
Civic Center in Bristol.- No local
invitations will be sent, however,
all friends and family are invited
The couple will reside in
Nov. 27 at 2p.m.,
A meeting for the. Miss
Calhoun/Liberty County pageant
will be held on Sunday,
November 27, at 2:00 p.m.
Anyone interested in participat-
ing in the pageant should be at
For more information contact
Jami Daniels at 639-5011.
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Dance December 3
An Inter-tribal Indoor Stomp
Dance will be held at the W.T.
Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown, on December 3,
from 6:00 9:00 p.m.
The dance is sponsored by the
Kunfuskee Indian Ceremonial
Grounds The dance is free of.
charge and everyone is invited to
For more information call Bill
at 850-758-1734 or. Loja at 251-
I'd close my eyes, too,
If I were as old as you!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JIMMY ROGERS!
Nov. 22, 2005
Birth .Announ ..m.n1
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Caden Tait Whittaker
Jason and Lea Whittaker of
Tallahassee are proud to
announce the birth of their son,
Caden Tait Whittaker.
He was born August 24, 2005,
at 5:00 EST at the Tallahassee
Memorial Women's Pavilion. He
weighed seven pounds, .12
ounces,fand was 21 inches in
Maternal grandparents are
Harrell and Kay Bolden of
Bristol. Great-grandparents are
the Late Winton Ray and Louise
Tolar of Bristol, and the late Paul
and Rosalin Bolden.
SPaternal' erandpat'ntx "-a'rer
Larrry and PeL'gy \\hilttLiker of
are Robert and Lucille McCoy
and the late E.J. Whittaker of
Clarksville, Betty ,Hudson and
the late Reverend Robert Hudson
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James and Avis Dykes
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% Monday Noon
CARS & TRUCKS
Chrysler LaBaron, 1993, convertible,
looks good, runs good. By appointment
only. Call 674-3615.
1994 Kenworth truck with log trailer.
2001 Ford Escort, 4 cyl., 2 dr. couple,
clean, good tires,.many extras, 5-speed,
excellent condition. 1992 Chev. C3500,
1 ton, auto trans, in good condition,
clean, runs great, $4,500 OBO Call 421-
5955 or 251-7051 or can be seen at
18749 Hwy. 20, Blountstown.
1995 Pontiac Transport van, seats 7,
good condition, unscraped, good
mileage. $1,750. Call 674-3052.
1993 Ford Taurus, 4 dr., V-6, PW, PD,
cruise, tilt, looks and runs good, $900.
2 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
CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting
applications for the following position:
CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR: Supervises and coordinates activities of workers-
engaged in the industrial cleaning activities of all college facilities.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, interviewing, hiring, and training
employees; planning, assigning, and directing Work;.appraising performance;
rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving
problems. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A.A. degree with a minimum of five
'years supervisory experience required. Industrial cleaning/custodial services
experience preferred. Valid state driver's license required.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Submit letter of application, resume, references with current addresses &
telephone numbers and completed college employment application to CHIPOLA
COLLEGE, Human Resources, 3094 Indian Circle. Marianna, FL32446
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Calhoun County School Board
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position:
*Terms of Employment: 10 months/30.0 hours per week
*Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary/Schedule and
-Applicant Oualifications: Possess lhe necessary skills and
trairirfg to6_assist in the total food, preparation cycle Ticluding-
preparting, cleaning, serving and entering ticket sales into the
*Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications may be
returned to the School Board office by November 18, 2005,.
12:00 Noon (CDT).
SQuestions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Ronnie Hand, Principal.
: Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race,
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
Equal Opportunilv Employer
... rr. ,-r 1 2005
Calhoun County School Board
The School Board of Calhoun County is accepting applications
for the following position:
Part Time Office Assistant
*:Terms of Employment: 10 months
*Salary: Commensurate with Current Salary Schedule and
*Applicant Qualifications: High School Diploma
*Applications are available at the office of the superintendent
located in the Courthouse. Completed applications should be
returned to the School Board office by November 18, 2005,
12:00 Noon (CDT).
*Questions concerning this job opening may be directed to Mrs.
Mary Sue Neves, Superintendent or Mr. Keith Summers,
* Employment opportunities are offered without regard to race.
religion, sex, age, national origin, handicap or marital status.
Equal Opportunity Employer '
_ugu; l 21 2005
GT Com. a tolal communications company provider in Northwesi Florida with
55.000 access lines, has vacancy for a Service Technician working out of our
Blountstown location. Reporting to the Local Manager. successful candidate will
be responsible for residential/business single-line telephone installation & repair,
cable trouble location, service restoration and providing excellent customer
service. A two year degree or equivalent preferred
training or experience a plus.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package
respond in confidence to:
wilh additional technical
including 401K. Please
S Human Resources Manager
P. O. Box 220 .
Port St. Joe, FL 32457
.N :.,. 19. 2,: 5
month. Call 674-5059 or 674-5921
RV lots for rent. RV campers for sale,
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 for sale 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-
(1) livestock trailer, 27', real good con-
dition; (1) 24' flatbed, like new. Call 762-
Baby bed with mattress natural
wood, excellent condition, $60: complete
Noah's Ark inland bedding set from JC
Penny i-40 Evenllo Envision high chair,
$20, KX100 2 stroke dirt bike, $1100
Dining room set with 4 chairs and
hutch, ivory color, $300 Call 674-4666
after 5:00 p.m.
Trailer- 3 horse Bee gooseneck slee
trailer. Call 643-8600.
CB radio Mangnum S-3, turbo echo,
top gun modulator, asiatib: mike paic
S$350 new. 5 months ago, asking $160:
Call 674-2637 after 5 00 p m. CT,
8 month old Black Lab. male. Free tc
"a good home. Call 674-7571, ask for
Two adorable kittens, both ab out 7
weeks old seeking loving homes. One is
solid black, the oiher is black with white
markings Completely litter box trained
wormed, de-fleaed, and have had shots
and vaccinations requires Both were
abandon/dumped and are now being los
tered until a good home can be found
Please consider making them a part oi
VCur an-, C, all .- -_.'5"
DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!
NO experience required. Wernel
Enterprises has immediate openings fot
entry-level semi drivers Our avg drivers
earn more than $36K first year. 60. ol
our drivers get home nignlly/weekly 15
day CDL training available in your area
Call Ioday 1-866-280-5309
Horses for sale Call 762-4187.
Horses 10 year old black and wnite
paint barrel horse 4 year old brown and
white mare. Call 643-8600
Drivers with C.D.L.
Class A or B
Must be Insurable
Please Apply at:
15888 SW Silas Green Road
Please Call Billy Rogers
With Any Ouestions at
Gull Coasi Electric Cooperative presently
has a Cusiomer Service Represenialive
posailion opening. Applications will be
accepted unlil Monday. november 21
2005 at Ihe Wron. Force Cenier 625
Highway 231. Panama City. Florida
Minimum lob specifications lor his
poiiion are a35 lolliow Require High
School Diploma. Require a minimum ol 2
years experience In a general office
enuironmenl, prelerably in nlieracting Witn
Ihe public Require Ine ability to become
prolicieni in prOcessinrg applcallons.
deposits, membersrhp lees,- service
orders. all applicable rales and consumer
records Require excellent oral and
wrinen communication Skills as well as'
exi:elleni ryping skills. Require Ihe ability
l, become prolicient in dispalching to
ulilize equipment properly and according
to FCC rules. Required the salislaciory
passing ot GCEC's employment entrance
examinalorn and drug screening. Require
the abiiry to be knowledgeable ol GCEC's
polices and procedures, ellecieli
communicating Ihese to Ihe members:
and to Decome familiar with service
terriIorylboundaries Preler training in
busine.i related :courses or previous
experience in Ihe uUIliry induisry. GCEC is'
an Equal Opporiunity Employer We
recruit on the basis'of merit, without
regard to race, color, religion, sex, age
national origin disability or veteran status.
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LOST & FOUND
Lost: 2 yr. old brown female,
Chihuahua with white feet. Last seen on
Saturday on SR 71 halfway between
Ashley Shiver Road and Hwy. 275/71
intersection. Reward offered. Call J.D.
Found Dog found with kennel on John
Gordon Bryant Road in Blountstown. It's
a solid black, short legged, Dachshund,
looking, male dog. Looking for its owner.
Mobile homes for rent 5 miles Norh
on Hwy. 69. 2 bdr., 1.5 bath, $400/mo
and $400 deposit. Water, sewer, night
light furnished. Call 850-785-6473 or
PETS FOR SALE"
White English bulldog, male 7 mos
old Needs a good home with yard real
gentle doesn't bite, not a hunting dog
$50 Call 762-9329
For Lease: All or part Nice commer-
cial building 7300 sq ft 32 office
l spaces 4 restrooms, lobby/waiiing room.
2 Tile rooms safe conference room.
security room 1 27 acres, 41 parking
Spaces 19452 Hwy,. 20, Blountstown.
SFL 32424 Call 850-573-6198 or 573-
Furs wanted! Buying selecL Bobcal.
Otter, Beaver and Skunk beginning Dec.
1. Call 643-1288.
Moving sale. Couch and chair, $275;
table w/4.chairs and bakers rack, $250;
coffee table, $75; entertainment center,
$300. Call 447-1281.
Yard sale, 2.5 miles west of Shelton's
Store. Lots of give aways. 7:00 a.m. until
Yard sale. 2 families at 3 5 miles north
on Hwy. 69 on right side Infant and tod-
dler boy clothes, women's clothes odds
and ends, handmade Chrstmas orna-
Multi-family yard sale Saturday 8:0O
a .m, at 16-181 NE Hanna Tower Road in
Altha. Wide variety of iems including 15
ft V\hiteline bass boat with 70 hp Mariner
motor 2 electric scooters, teen clothes
A&F & AE. call 762-3628
Multi family yard sale Sat 800 12
noon Antiques, furniture. Christmas
trees and decor, clothes and morel In
front of SKS Realty across from Huddle
House. SR 20 Blounistown.
Yard sale Sat from 11 00 1-00 at Hwy.
287 C off or Hwy 20, Ethel Taylor Road.
Bar stools. Kids toys, clothes, queen size '
mattress much more Call 674-9631
Yard sale Sat at 17196 rNW Anqie SI
Men Ig jackets, short women's lackets 2
pc women's suits, size medium lots of
household items, shoes lor adults
Cancel if rain
16978 N.W. Mayo St.
Available on a 3
Equal Housing Opportunity 'c
1, 2, & 3 Bedroom
'The Best Place to Live"
Sttonr Creek ApaIrtment/j
16978 NW Mayo Street
Blountstown, FL 32424
Equal Housing Opportunity
Se4d m.oe mo rN
BEST DEAL IN THE TRI.STATE AREA!
SLOW CREDIT, NO PROBLEM! W.A.C
ou, Free: 18887408222
Iwa Bus: (850) 526-5254 Res: (850) 762-3679
Sthet ountu tord
Where the Deals Are!
PERSONAL ITEMS FOR SALE
LOST & FOUND
FREE PETS & ANIMALS
HOMES & LAND
BOATS & WATERCRAFT
(Yard Sales That Run On A
Continuing Basis Are
^^^W^^^^^2n S .:^^^
PETS BRED FOR SALE
Commercial Ads Are Charged
$4 For the First Week and $2
for Each Additional Week
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Army A Car Out Mair
M&W Self Storage
7 Days A Week Service
*** NO DEPOSIT *e*
CALL 762-8807 OR 762-9555
BACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK
PAINTING & PRESSURE Ce ANIl;
CHAINLINK& WOOD FECiE :
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Honoring our veterans
Tiose..Wnho havea served our country unselfishly -ere' iohoirei af .a
variety of events around the commuritO, on veteranss Day-.Filida,',
oAboVe, rnerrnbers ofr;me ,merican Legion Post 272 LaiCes Au.1liiar.
4id.a special ceremony at Blountsto,)vn Health and Rienabilitqtion
eenfer,: They are show,,vn- d.-po,;e-.- s:eak n'g. ltfheferforls lorris-
':eddle 'Maurice Portrich, ad Judsori-Snomoker. erThe,,:also p0Sid
tribute.to. veterans .at F.Parhenon Healtah nd. Rehab Stud.ents al
..d'ch or the count,,'s fi..e schools:h-lonoredc 'veterans in several Av' s
arid-hac a-cnhance to thank -',eteran ..,,ho'vsited ihe-r corpuse~s
Brooke Insurance & Financial Services
Let Us Assist You With
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LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED BY
JANET TRICKY POOSER
4721 HIGHWAY 90 EAST MARIANNA, FL 32446
Pat Mears of the American Legion Post 272 Ladies Auxiliary presents
-veteran Maurice Partrich with a rose in appreciation for his service. He
:is a resident at Blountstown Health and Rehabilitation Center.
Fiftn graders at Biountstown Elementary Scrool neid a ioag retirement
ceremony on Veterans Day. The students, led by Col. Logan Barbee,
demonstrated how a tattered flag is properly retired.
Working in pairs students dismantled the flag's stripes tren stars and
placed tnern on a fire as a narrator told what the flag represents.
After an old flag was retired during a ceremony at BES, students raised
a new flag as Lee Greenwood's God Bless the USA was played,
Veterans of all ages and branches of service were honored during a
ceremony at Blountstown Middle School.
02 CHEVY PRIZM 8,468
Great Gas Mileage, #7125001.............. ,4
04 CHEVY CAVALIER $ 010
4 Door, Balance of Factory Warranty, #9003660..... 8,968
01 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER Ltd. $ 1
Leather, Sunroof, #9103593........... 8,068
05 PONTIAC SUNFIRE S
2 Door, Sporty, 09003639 10,968
04 OLDS ALERO $1 O,0
4 Cylinder, Balance of Factory Warranty, 09003673.... 10 ,9
05 FORD FOCUS ZX-4 .1n 98
4 Door, 4 Cylinder, #9003661............ 10,968
05 MERCURY SABLE GS 10,n 68
Sedan, 4 Door, Power Windows & Locks, #9003673... 10,960
02 OLDS BRAVADA $Sl Ait
Leather, Sunroof, #7056002.........11,468
04 SATURN L300 11A
4 Door, Nice Car, #9003627 .......... 11,4
05 DODGE STRATUS SXT $11 G,9
Spoller, Balance of Factory Warranty, 19003671........... I ,
03 BUICK LESABRE 11,
Power Pkg., Clean, e7096001 $11,968
05 CHEVYIMPALA 11
V-6, Automatic, Power Windows & Locks, #9003656... 11,96
03 BUICK PARK AVENUE 1 468
Leather, Loaded Out, #9003631 ....... -$14
03 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER g1 968
3rd Row, Keyless Entry, #9003630.. lUIU
02 CADILLAC DEVILLE ........ i6
Leather, Loaded, #9103622 ........ 116,I68
04 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4x4 S17 468
3rd Row Seating, #7047001 .......... l,4
02 CADILLA DEVILLE l17,468
Local Trade, #6375001 17,468
02 CHEVY C-1500 EXT. CAB S13,4O
Z-71, 4x4, LT Pkg., #7082001 .......$ 18,468
02 CHEVY SILVERADO C-1500
Local Trade, #6914001 ............. 1,968
05 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB $1 j4
Power Pkg., #9003646 ...............- 19468
03 FORD EXPEDITION XLT
3rd Row Seating, #7050001........... 19,468
03 CHEVY TAHOE LS $1Qlt 1
3rd Row, Power Pkg., #6519001.... 1I,968
02 CHEVY TAHOE LS 4x4 $ .
Leather, Nice, #9103466................... 21,4
03 CHEVY TAHOE LS $ 10
3rd Row, Local Trade, #6989002... U21,868
03 CHEVY SUBURBAN
Leather, Must See, #6840001 ....... 21,968
05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS
Like New, 3rd Row Seating, #7005001. 22,908
05 CHEVY SUBURBAN 5f26,468
Spacious, 3rd Row Seating, #9003514. $20,408
05 CADILLAC SRX 31468
Loaded, Bal. of Factory Warr., #903505 31,468
04 CADILLAC ESCALADE ..36 68
All Wheel Drive, XM Radio, #7181001..... ,
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