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The County record
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County record (Blountstown, Fla.)
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Blountstown, Fla
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WRECK


Altha



loses



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crash
BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor


0


It was a hot night in
Altha Monday after a
traffic crash led to a
power outage.
According to Trooper
Dallas Jones of the
Florida Highway Patrol,
Donald Thrner, 47, of
Panama City Beach,
was northbound on SR
71 just after 11 p.m.
when he lost control of
his 1998 GMC pickup.
Turner crashed into a
power pole just south of
the city limits.
Power was out all
over Altha for several
hours as Florida Public
Utilities worked through
the night to repair the
damage. Tlarner was
arrested for violating a
driving restriction
requiring he only drive
tO work.



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CRIME



Arrests in pair of burglary cases


BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
The Calhoun County
Sheriff's Office made two
arrests this week in a pair
of burglaries.,
Louis Cameron Rogers
was booked into the
Calhoun County Jail
Friday accused of burglary
of a dwelling, grand theft,
and criminal mischief
under $1000.
According to the
Sheriff's Office, Dep.
Eddie Dalton responded to
a burglary at 20151 SE


C . L .
Capps
Road
April 16
a n di
learned
the resi-
dent and
h e r
friends
left the
home


RoGER


around 9 p.m. and
returned to discover the
back door had been kicked
in. A search revealed two
computers and a Playst.i-


tion 3
w e r e
missing.
It was
learned

rings had
been
taken. HALL
In v.
Michael Bryant followed
leads that resulted in
Rogers being interviewed.
He allegedly gave $100 to
one of the home's residents


so she could purchase mar-
ijuana for him. After she
failed to deliver the mari-
juana, her home was bur-
glarized. The woman
reportedly went to Rogers'
house and questioned him
about the missing items.
He denied taking them,
they returned to her house,
and she delivered the pot.
However, another
woman contacted authori-
ties and said she had given
Rogers $83 'to purchase
marijuana for her. When
he failed to deliver, she and


CRIME


CLEANING UP BLOUNTSTOWN


City hires a full-time

officer to enforce codes


The City of Blountstown
Police Department has
employed a full-time Code
Enforcement Officer,
Timothy Partridge, who will
be enforcing the. rules and
regulations inside the city.
The purpose of the Code
Enforcement Officer is to
promote, protect and
improve the health, safety
and welfare of the citizens of
the City of Blountstown
through an effective Code
Enforcement program.
Some of the issues Ofc.
Partridge will addressing
will be:
V Derelict vehicles
which includes wrecked,
partially dismantled, no
valid tag, or abandonment
V Accumulation of
untended growth including


weeds and overgrown grass
V Untlit, utml'e struc-
tures including dwellings or
structures that are unstable
or unsanitary
V Abandoned, discard-
ed, or unused objects includ-
ing lumber, autos, furniture,
appliances, cans or contain-
ers
V Maintaining a nui-
sance inside the city
The Code Enforcement
Officer will be able to pro-
vide guidance on the meth-
ods to correct the violation
and provide a copy of the
violation. As a Code
Enforcement Officer, his
goal will be voluntary com-
pliance and working with
individuals to correct the
problems. Call the BPD at
674-5987 for more info.


Man busted trying

to trade pot for ride
BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
A local man acting suspi-
cious was arrested on marijua-
na charges Sunday night.
Jerry Lee Harrell, 33, was
charged with possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
According to the
Blountstown Police
Department, dv. Timothy HARRELL
Partridge responded to the
Southern Express on SR 20 where a man was
found standing outside the convenience store. A
witness said he was trying to exchange .n iuNjNu
for a ride to Bristol, Harrell agreed to a putdown
search which revealed a large bulge in his sock.
He reportedly stated, "You got me," and went on
to admit he had marijuana in his sock. A clear bag
of pot was retrieved and Harrell was taken into
custody.

Drmnkmanrest*

after laying in street
The BPD arrested
Marvin Lee Johnson, 40, on
disorderly intoxication
charges Sutndaty night.
Johnson was find laying
lace down in the road at the
corner of Elmore and River.
He was cursing with children
watching nearby. lHis speech
was slurred and hlie need
help to stand up. JOHNSON


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some friends went to his
house to confront him.
That's when he told her
about the deal he had
made with the woman at
the Capps Road residence
and said she took off with
his cash. To reimburse the
woman her $83, Rogers
reportedly gave her a lap-
top computer, a desktop
computer, flatscreen moni-
tor and accessories. The
woman said the items were
in Rogers' bedroom except
See BURGLARIES, page 10




Darrell

MeDougald

torunmfor

county seat
BY KELLI PEACOCK DUNN
News Editor
There's a new face in
Calhoun County politics.
Darrell McDougald has
thrown his hat into the ring
to run for the district 2 seat
on the County
Commission.
McDougald, who owns
McDougald's BP in
Blountstorwn, -will go up
against incumbent Dan
Wyrick and former com-
missioner Earl Hunt.
McDougald is running with
no party affiliation.


DAY OF

PRAYER

THURSDAY
National Day of
Prayer' is' Thursday,
May 6. Folks will gather
at 11 a.m. with prayer to
follow at 11:30 a.m. at
Magnolia Square. The
event is being sponsored
by James Woods. Mr.
Woods wants the public
to be aware this is a per-
sonal commitment on his
part and not a city func-
tion.
All community mem-
bers are 'invited to
attend. Pastors are
urged to, participate
(please see Mr, Woods
prior to the start of the
event).


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2. Small 1-Topping Pizza
3. Howie Bread with Cheese
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5. Any Small Salad
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RAINY WEATHER DIDN'T DAMPEN SPIRITS at the River Valley Marketplace Saturday morning in downtown '
Blountstown. The farmers market, sponsored by Blountstown Main Street, is open the first Saturday of every
month in the greenspace next to Wakulla Bank. Artists, crofters, farmers, and others with homemade items are
invited to have a free space at the market. Above, these boys show off some of the homemade goodies at the
Estiffanulga Fire Department booth. To reserve your space for the June 5 market, call Kelli at 674-1004,







Iho Countiy Ik''d MAY b ', ()010) Page 2


Library funding restored;


officials, patrons thanked \


To the Editor:
The Calhoun County
Public Library sincerely
thanks the patrons and offi-
cials who wrote letters, sent
e-mails, and made phone
calls that restored State
Aid to Public Libraries to
the current year level of
$21.2 million.
The Calhoun County
Public Library will receive
$130,255 of these funds for
Fiscal Year 2010-2011.
The money, along with the
funds supplied by the
Calhoun County
Commission and the Cities
of Blountstown and Altha,
will be used to retain staff,
purchase books and other
items for the collection,
hold programs for children
and adults, provide free
internet access, help you
learn to read or get your
GED and keep the doors


open.
Our own public officials
led the charged in
Tallahassee. Ruth Attaway
and Daniel Wyrick walked
the Capital halls, visiting
legislators and requesting
help for library funding.
Wyrick and Attaway's
numerous phone calls and
e-mails to the legislators
and to the Small County
Coalition made the
Calhoun County Public
Library very visible. James
Woods along with Calhoun
County School staff mem-
bers Wynette Peacock,
Jenny Hill, Tommy
McClellan and many oth-
ers wrote letters and sent e-
mails.
The eloquent letters of
Ann Tollard, Dan Thomas,
Elsie Swafford, Rob
Forbus, Teddy Eubanks
and many, many others let


ARRESTED?
When things go wrong, the kl: firm of'
Jason 1). Winn, P.A. is here to help. We
understand how important it is for \ou to
know your legal rights and how to protect
them. Our areas of practice include:


A.


CALHOUN COUNTY
Apr. 29: Charles Goodin, state VOP
Apr. 30: Melissa Sims, non-support; Michael
Duke, failure to appear; Louis Cameron
Rogers, burglary of a dwelling, grand theft,
criminal mischief; Brion Alexander Hall, bur-
glary of a structure, grand theft, criminal mis-
chief under $1000
May 2: William Jason Mills, trespass after
warning; Marvin Lee Johnson, disorderly
intoxication; Jerry Lee Harrell, possession of
less than 20 grams marijuana

LIBERTY COUNTY
Apr. 23: Pauline Gayla O'Neal, aggravated
battery, child abuse, battery
Apr. 24: Nicole Chantel Pickens, burglary, petit
theft, DWLSR, tag expired more than 6 months
Apr. 25: Brenda Major, holding for CCSO;
Grace Worley, holding for CCSO
Apr. 30: Steven Shiver, serving weekends

The above Individuals were booked Into the
F Calhoun or Liberty County Jail over the past
week. Although they have been charged with a
crime, they are considered Innocent until
proven guilty.



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Somehow, largely through the Grace of God, devoted loyalty, and
the vast pride on the part of many people, The County Record has
never missed an issue.


our legislators know that
their library is important to
them. Our local radio and
newspaper supported pub-
lic library services. If you
happen to see any of these
people or Kelli Peacock or
Harry Hagan tell them
"thanks" for supporting
your right to have free pub-
lic library services. There
were libraries in Florida
seriously talking about
charging for library mem-
berships. This would have
been a disaster for Calhoun
County.
Florida Secretary of
State Kurt Browning, who
oversees the library state
aid program said: "It was
an effort on a lot of people's
part convincing members of
the legislature how inipor-
tant library services are."
Governor Crist, Speaker of
the House Larry Cretul
and Senate President Jeff
Atwater along with
Senators Alexander,
Fasano. Lawson, and
Representatives Rivera,
Glorioso. and Coley stood
up for you and your library.
They are library and edu-
cation champions and are
most sincerely appreciated.
Rita Maupin, Director
Calhoun County Public
Library


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The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement hosted the 9th
annual Quilt Show.
'Everlasting Stitches'
Saturday in the historic Frink
Gym.
First place went to Carol
Yoder of Blountstown for her
"Bouquet of Roses" quilt. It
was hand appliqued, as well
as hand quilted.
Second place went to
Martha Byler of Blountstown
for her hand embroidered and
hand quilted piece made with
soft pinks and greens.
Third place went to Monica
Brinkley of Bristol for her "Five
and Dime" quilt.
The winner of the "basket
of goodies" was Fran Mayo of
Blountstown.


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IUi County Icord, MAY 5, 2010, Page 3

Blountstown native Stephanie Montford Der:ypolski celebrating long awaited Mother's Day



Shares story of triumph over infertility


BY TRISTON V. SANDERS
Reprintedi withi ptertis-
sion fro/ml the pgIt',es ot"

MaltfI/ne 2t0)/0 issue.
Tlillahnssee residents
'Thin and Stephanie
Derzypolski are like many
couples living in 2010. Now
both in their 30s, they had
wanted to enjoy some time
together before they start-
ed a family ... Oh, and not
to mention that they had
their careers ... And don't
forget, they wanted to trav-
el, too.
Tom and I thought it
would be smart to wait at
least a year after we were
married to start trying to
have a baby," Stephanie
Derzypolski remembers.
"We wanted to enjoy each
other and our time together
as a newly married couple.
We took that time to travel
to London and Cabo San
Lucas, Mexico; went skiing
in Colorado; and took a
sailing trip to St. Maarten,.
Anguilla, St. Barts and Key
West. We were also both
focused on growing our
careers, which isn't very
conducive to a new baby."
It was Septen:l" i -11 if
when St*iph.i.i'e
Derzypolski went .11 lutii
control, and she .id.l l.i'
husband got serious ' ..i,.,i
the business of b.l-, 11 1.-
ing.
"After trying fui -.'. i
months, we got nu.. ,At.-i
ous and started ti.iii .1i1
ovulation predicate .i.i
charting the pi- ,.,-
Derzypolski say,. 'Alti
about eight month, I '.%.,
concerned. I knex\ rh.it .'e
were both health', .,n
Tom had a daugluh i i,-'I .
previous marriage. ,o I I, It
it was time to set. k .i.'le'-
sional help."
But Tom Dei ,-.:p ki
wasn't convinced ll i it T
was time to go to ,an I\I rs 1,t
"I thought th.ait itlU
takes time and wa. .'oniinie
up with all sorts of .s-ii'-e
in an effort to comn'iit
Stephanie," he saysT-
"Everything front" i-tret r t.
her job to her Beliig "p
birth control for . dcde
seemed like reasons not to
worry.
Stephanie Derz.ypol'1 .
has lots of comprin i ili
world of infertility. Ab.L.u
10 percent of womi.n .ii e
44 and younger in the
United States - .Ippr'i,-
mately 6.1 million - lhi.te
difficulty getting piarnjiun
or staying 'i.-i,.'i iii .
according to theL U S
Centers for Di-.te.i ,.
Control and Preventii-n
Infertility means not beain
able to get pregnant lfter
one year of trying c six
months, if a woman is 35 or
older). Women who ca-in get
pregnant but are unable to
stay pregnant may alo be
infertile.
The U.S. Department of
Health and Human
Services says many women
are waiting until their 30s
and 40s to have children.
In fact, about 20 percent of
women in the United
States now have their first
child after age 35. Age is a
growing cause of fertility
problems, with about one-
third of couples in which
the woman is over 35 hav-
ing difficulty getting or
staying pregnant.
"I work at Capital
Regional Medical Center
and am familiar with the
medical community,"
Stephanie Derzypolski
says. "After reviewing my
options, I chose to visit
Barry Ripps at NewLIFE
(New Leaders In Fertility
& Endocrinology) because
I knew I could be seen here
in Tallahassee and that he
had excellent training and
great results."
Tom Derzypolski says it
was a big perk having Dr.
Ripps in town.
"I was certain we would
have to go to Jacksonville
or Tampa but was thrilled
to find out we had board-
certified physicians at
NewLIFE here in
Tallahassee," he says.


"The processes are stress-
ful enough, and not having
to travel out of town for
care was key for us."
Ripps, who has special-
ized in human reproduction
and fertility since 1991,
says the Derzypolskis'
story is not unusual.
"They had tried for sev-
eral months but suspected


that soniitliing was wrong
Ibeniist shtu' was youn01g,
healthy land ovulatingm iald
he had conceived Ia child
previously,"' hi says. "They
took tilthe correct nation by
being seen early. When
faced with a delay in niatlu-
ra I conception, couples
should seek evaluation
early it there is a known
problem, and urgently if
the female is 35 years or
older.
"Of all of the factors
causing infertility, the effect
of maternal age is irre-
versible and untreatable,"
Ripps says. "Better to be
seen a little too early and
(not getting) treatment
than to be seen too late,
when no treatment is avail-
able."
Both Stephanie and
Tom Derzypolski were test-
ed, and it was determined
that Tomi's sperm levels
were low.
"This was good news, as
male infertility is easier to
treat than female infertili-
ty," Stephanie Derzypolski
says. "We were advised to


try artificial insemination
first. This is where they
essentially assist lTo'l's
sperm in getting to my egg.
Kind of like a turkey
baster! I had a round of iter-
tility drugs to ensure that I
created a lt(w extra eggs
that month, but unfortu-
iately, after waiting the
daunting two weeks to take
the pregnancy test, we
found that we were unsuc-
cessfuil."


The Derzypolskis were
told that they could try
another round of artificial
insemination or go ahead
with in vitro fertilization.
The couple say artificial
insemination costs $350
without other treatments.
In vitro is considerably
more expensive - $7,500
in Tallahassee and twice
that in larger metropolitan
areas -- and none of it is
covered by insurance.


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"We decided to proceed
with in vitro," Stephanie
Deizypolski recalls. "This
process involved drug stim-
ulation to assist my body
with producing multiple fol-
licles (eggs). Dr. Ripps'
office monitored my folli-
cles until they were ready
to be fertilized. I was
placed under anesthesia for
the egg retrieval, but it was
quick and I felt fine after-
ward. They retrieved 10
good follicles. Then Tom's
sperm was injected into
each of the follicles.
"The office called us the


next morning to let us know
that seven of the 10 had
fertilized," she says. "The
office watched as the cells
became blastocysts over
the next few days. In other
words, the cells began to
split - which meant that
life was beginning.
Fortunately, they took a
picture of my egg and
Tom's sperm as it was
injected into the egg. Dr.
Ripps also took pictures of
the eggs as the cells began
to split. Who can say they

See INFERTILITY, page 12


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The County Record, MAY 5, 2010, Page 4


Derek Roger Cousseoux ond Hannah Nicole Sumner

Sumner, Causseaux

plan summer wedding

Earnie and Janice Sumner of Hosford are pleased
to announce the engagement of their daughter,
Hannah Nicole Sumner, to Derek Roger Causseaux.
Derek is the son of Roger and Priscilla Causseaux of
Bristol.
Hannah graduated from Blountstown High School
in 2003 and earned a Bachelor's degree in Political
Science from Florida State University in 2006. She
is currently a political fundraiser for the Republican
Party of Florida.
Derek graduated from Liberty County High
School in 1999 before earning a B.S. in Exercise
Science from Florida State University. He is the
owner of 180o Fitness Center in Bristol.
A summer wedding is planned. Attendance will
be by invitation only.



May Day Festival and


May Day and other
queens will be attending
the May Day Festival on
Saturday, May 8, at the
Clay Mary Historical Park.
There will be a parade
starting at 9 a.m. beginning
at the courthouse on River
St. and continuing down to
Clay Mary Historical Park.
Our Grand Marshalls be


Artist series underway at Calhoun County Library


Open studio Saturday, classes



to begin, guest artists to visit


FROM ANNA LAYTON
Cultural Arts Coordinator
Calhoun County Library

Artists Open Studio
It is always fun to net-
work informally with other
artists to see what every-
one is up fo! Join this new
group at the Blountstown
Public Library the second
Saturday of every month
from 1:30p.m. to 3:00p.m.
Literary...Visual... Perfor
ming.....Musical Arts, what-
ever your expression, all
are welcome. Bring a work
in progress to the Heritage
Room and let's UNITE!
Call Anna Layton at 674-
8773 if you have any ques-
tions.

New Series of Adult
Art Classes at the
Library
Do you need a creative
outlet or time to unwind?


Join the beginning artists at
the Blountstown Public
Library for a line up of
adult watercolor painting
classes the first being--
Rhapsody in Hue. This 4
part study is geared to
loosen, free and expand the
imagination! Instructor,
Anna Layton, will guide
you into a world of color
and joy. Limited to 10 stu-
dents so please call 674-
8773 to enroll. The group
will meet on these
Saturday: May 15, 29
June 5,19 from l:30p.m. to
3:00p.m. No fee is
required.

From Flutes to Fancy
Mark your calendars for
Saturday, Mayl5 from
6:30p.m. to 8:30p.m. to
explore the creative side of
life! The Blountstown
Public Library will present
a thmily friendly program


BPD offers self defense

class for women May 29


The Blountstown Police
Department will be hosting
a self defense class for
women on Saturday, May
29th. at the Blountstown
Police Department. The
class will be conducted from
8 a.m. until 10 a.m.
If you are interested in
attending this class, please
call thile police department


parade set for Saturday 49th Snmth


our National 2010 Ms.
American Beauties plus
others.
Come one, come all to
the May Day Festival and
let's have a ball.
For more information,
contact Ruby T. Davis at
674-8668 or Apostle
Geraldine B. Sheard at
674-8683.


RSVP volunteers invited

to gala Friday, May 14


Volunteers Build A
Better World!!
We're so grateful for
every heartfelt deed. You
make a difference to those
in need.
Elder Care Services,
Inc. Cordially invites all
registered RSVP volunteers
to our 2010 Volunteer
Recognition Gala May 14,
2010 at 10:30 a.m. est. at


Tallahassee Civic Center
505 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee. There will be
some gas reimbursement
for those who are able to
car pool. Call for more
information.

Please RSVP by May 3,
2010 with Maranda at 850-
674-2777 or rsvpvcoordina-
tor@ yahoo.com


Quilter's Guild to host

'Sit-n-Sew' at the library


Since becoming
President of the Jackson
County Quilter's Guild,
Sandy Voss has been work-
ing towards starting various
satellite Sit-n-Sews in the
membership area. With
several current members in
Calhoun County, she felt it
was time to start something
in Blountstown, with the
hope of luring other local
quilters out of their sewing
rooms!
All quilters, regardless of


experience, are invited to
bring their current project
and come join the fun and
share a common passion.
Starting Thursday, May
6, area quilters will have a
place to gather with fellow
craftswomen. The meeting
will be in the Heritage
Room of the Blountstown
Library from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. CST every Thursday.
For more information, con-
tact Sandy Voss at (850)
762-2788.


Kaleidoscope quilt class is

May 19, Veterans Memorial


The UF/IFAS, Liberty
County Extension will be
sponsoring a class on mak-
ing a Kaleidoscope quilt.
This technique is common-
ly called Stack-n-Whack
and is easier to make than
it looks according to Sandy
Voss who will be instructing
the students.
This one-day class will


be held on Wednesday,
May 19, from 9 to 5 EST
at the Veteran's Memorial
Civic Center in Bristol.
Cost is $35 with lunch pro-
vided. A supply list is
available through the
Extension office. Pre-regis-
tration is required by
Friday, May 14. Call 643-
2229 for more information.


Peacock Family Reunion to

be held July 18, Settlement
T h e a.m. CST at "Trhe
J a m e s Clubhouse" located. at lhe
K i n s o n I Pioneer Settlement in
Peacock Blountstown.
(pictured)
and Mary Contact Donna Peacock
Elizabeth at DDPeacoc77(a@embarq-
P i e r c e mail.corn and 850-222-
Peacock 4787 or Stan Peacock at
F a m i I y Peacockse(Waol.com and
Reunion will be Sunday, 850-814-1771 for more
July 18, beginning al 10 information.


reunion set

for May 29
The Smith family
reunion is set for Saturday,
May 29, at Four Mile
Creek Park in Clarksville.
This is the 49th annual
ltnullionl of theil diesce'nd ts
of the late Jesse Daniel
Smith ;.nd MIattle
(Williams) Smith.
All friends and relatives
are invited to come.
Remember, this reunion is
always held on the last
Saturday in May.
For more information.
contact Tim Smith or
Estelle (Smith) Jones.


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artists of diverse talents.
Paulette Perlman is a
visual "artist of whimsy"
and will amuse us with her
Art by Surprise presenta-
tion.


Then Paul McAuliffe
will entertain us with his
wooden Flutes of the World
program and send us home
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BRA EI I


Never A Dull Moment "

by J.K. Newsome




Boston Butt Cookoff King




tells behind-the-grills story


Trdstan James Rehberg
Christopher and Miranda
Rehberg of Marianria proudly
announce the birth of their
son, Tristan James Rehberg,
at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital on April 2, 2010, at
4:24 am., weighing 61bs.,
12 oz. and measuring 19
inches in length. Tristan is
welcomed by his big sister,
Kelsey Lynn. Paternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Rayburn Rehberg of
Marianna. Maternal grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs.


James
Marianna.


Edenfield of


RRtcori

BIRTHDAY 4,;

AND BIRTH "

ANNOUNCEMENTS
$10 WITH PHOTO
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Happy 19th Birthday,
Miranda, and Happy 16th
Birthday, Destinyl
Time sure flies. What
beautiful young ladies you
have become. We love you
both very much,
Love, Mom, Dad,
Memow & Shag


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GOOD LUCK, MYA!!
Maijayah Zairre Brown-
McKnight will be performing
in a ballet recital with the
Bristol Ballet School on
Saturday, May 8, at the
Veterans Memorial Civic
Center at 5 p.m. CT.
Maijayah is the daughter of
Chris and Melissa Wilson
and Shomori McKnight and
the granddaughter of
Prophetess Nelo and Don
Wilson, Myles Brown, and
Luscius and Lesa McKnight.
Good luck, Mya, we are
so proud of you!!


0 0
* MoviE MOMENT.

* by Matt McGraw *



Check out 'Crazy Heart'


Writer-director Scott
Cooper's debut" feature
Crazy Heart was a major
crossover box-office success
and received much critical
acclaim, earning a long
overdue Academy Award
for Jeff Bridges, who stars
in the film as Bad Blake, a
57-year-old washed up
country singer/songwriter.
Blake was once a popu-
lar, highly respected artist
who now finds himself play-
ing cheap gigs at bowling
alleys and hole-in-the-wall
taverns in exchange for
enough money to pay for
cheap motels, alcoholic
beverages, cigarettes, and
fuel for his ragged old van.
Meanwhile, Blake's one-
time understudy Tommy
Sweet (Colin Farrell) is a
best-selling country super-
star. When Blake travels to
Santa Fe to perform a small
gig, he meets Jean
Craddock (Maggie
Gyllenhaal), a young music
journalist interested in
interviewing Blake for the
local newspaper she writes
for.
If this sounds like the
plot of a clich6d comeback
story, that's because, on
paper, Crazy Heart falls
into that category. Luckily,
the film is elevated to a
much higher level by excel-
lent performances and
beautiful original music
composed by the legendary
T-Bone Burnett (such as
the Oscar-winning tune
"The Weary Kind") with
assistance from Stephen
Bruton and Ryan Bingham.
While this is not his
absolute finest perform-
ance, Bridges poured a
good deal of his heart and
soul into his character. This
is evident in the distinct
mannerisms, dialect, and
movements of Bad Blake.
Bridges could have easily
just "phoned this one in"
and played Bad Blake as
The Dude (his character in
The Big- Lehowski) with a
guitar, but the actor is
known for giving 100 per-


cent in his roles, and this is
certainly no exception.
Bridges' immense charm
makes the viewer sympa-
thize with Blake and root
for him, whereas a lesser
actor could have turned the
character into an unlikable
character.
Maggie Gyllenhaal (who
finally received the first
Oscar nomination of her
career for Crazy Heart)
delivers yet another
delightful performance.
The striking Gyllenhaal
plays a single mother in
New Mexico with grace and
conviction. She has excel-
lent chemistry with
Bridges, which makes the'
scenes in whkih they bond a
true pleasure to watch.

Despite limited time
onscreen, Colin Farrell and
Robert Duvall (who is cred-
ited as a producer of the $7
million independent film)
make an impression.
Duvall is Wayne, an old
friend of Blake who owns a
failing bar. His perform-
ance is minor and he only
has about five minutes of
screentime, but Duvall is
virtually incapable of doing
poor work in any film.
As previously men-
tioned, Crazy Heart does
not attempt to innovate'.-
Cooper's film is seemingly
content to be a simple,
warm story of redemption,
and it does this well. It is
worth noting that the film
falters slightly in the third
act due to several false end-
ings, but that is not signifi-
cant enough to prevent the
film from being worthy of
an audience. Thanks to the
exceptional display of n(t-
ing and music, it mostly
compensates lort lhe factl
that it has relatively little
plot. The story will not stay
in your head very long, but
.the songs certainly will.
Crazy Heart is rated R
for larnguag'e and some sex-
ual content and is now
available on DVD and Blu-
Ray.


J.K. shares this story
from the eve of last year's
Boston Butt Cookoffat the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement. This year's
event is set for Friday
night.
It's 2:30 a.m. on the first
full night of spring '09. Me
and my wife are sleeping
on an air mattress on the
front porch of the Well's
cabin. The same stage
where I watched my son
sing a solo in a Cross Ties
play, the same porch where
I have seen several bands
perform. Tonight's per-
formance is being provided
by the stars thru the pines.
I wonder to myself when
the last person slept here
on the porch. There are
enough comfy rockers that
I am sure there have been
more than one nap, but I
am talking about bedding
down for the night here.
I look to my right
toward the Clarksville Post
Office, and see multiple
columns of smoke, coming
from the exhaust stacks of
steel vessels enclosing the
magic that converts raw
pork to culinary heaven,
pulled Boston butt.
I look back north
towards the stars, lower,
the Yon house, where in
seven and a half hours, a
team of judges will decide
on whose butt reigns
supreme for the '09 cook-
off, not an enviable task.
This is my first competi-
tion, I did not know what to
expect, however, the com-
petition pales in compari-
son to the venue, or nmore-
(V% 'I. !ht' n.'01iA'.ny W '
spent a portion of the early
evening around a camp fire
provided by my Uncle
Ralph, just some expanded
metal over a ringer washing
machine tub. Open fire is
enough in itself, but add the
hot dogs and marshmallow
and you got a party. The
Hunter family, with all
seven adorable kids (one on
the way), were there enjoy-
ing the toasted goodness,
and we all wondered why
we didn't bring the choco-
late and graham crackers.
Stories were told, yarns
stretched by time. One.
told by an unnamed com-
petitor, was of last year's
event, where the dawns
light found him in a mighty
hankering for an egg. A
search of the chicken coop
came up short, till a check
of the nesting boxes
revealed a hen, sitting on
something. Carefully lifting
the hen revealed, and I
quote, "The most beautiful
brown egg I have ever
saw!" Reaching in and
removing the egg he quick-
ly noticed something
wrong, too heavy. Much to
his dismay, the egg was
ceramic, making the vision
of fried egg over easy dissi-
pate from his mind, like the
smoke from the cookers
when it reached the top of
the pines. This year, eggs
were provided.
Back to the porch.
As the sun began to
break the horizon just
behind the Frink Gym, the
turkeys were gobblin' as
well as the roosters crowin',
one of which I am sure had
a cold, his crow not much
better than a crackle. The
cooks were stirring, making
checks of temps and sea-
son. The techniques ran
the gamut, from brine to
wrapped to I swear I'm not
making this up, a pork
shoulder on fire being hand
beating' to extinguishment!
Competitors, let me
repeat that, competitors
were sharing cooker space,
imnatl I herno0neters, tin
Ibfoil, plns, soup etc. The
reason, I learned quickly,


SWc.lil ~'


was this is not a competi-
tion first, it is a companion-
ship first, competition is
just for braggin' rights till
next time, the right to
"moon walk" when you see
the others, till next year
when the golden sauce mop
is passed to the next fortu-
nate one who pleases the
palate of the judges. (Most
of the people I talked to
about this don't want to
know how to get in on the
cooking , they want to know
who to bribe to get to taste
all these masterpieces and
be a judge!!)
It's true...I won this
time, or at least I get to
moon walk this year. But I
say we all won for having
the opportunity to live the
experience, and the settle-
ment won for the money
raised, and, lastly, the com-
munity wins everyday for
having access to such a
great place to visit and
enjoy.
From what I under-
stand, there were more
entrants this year. I hope
that there are more next.
Bring your grill, bring some
eggs, bring some marsh-
mallows, bring some hot-
dogs, bring your stories
your tents, your kids, heck.
even your fire extinguisher.
I promise, you will take
away some awesome mem-
ories, and maybe even the
right to moon walk.
The above was original-
ly published in the
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement news letter,
Pioneer Times. after last
vear's event. I wanted to
ot'ft't :t a s th n monthh,
"moment" to try and spark
more interest in the event.


Cookoff Friday night
The Panhandle Pioneer Settlements annual Boston
Butt Cook Off will be Friday, May 7. There will be a music
jam with some local musicians. For a donation of S6,
you will receive a plate of chicken pillau, drink, and
dessert. Admission is free for this event.
For more Information please call 850-674-2777 or.
email us at lnfo@ppmuseum.org.


You can contact the
Settlement at 674-2777 for
more info and to register.
Trust me, the only require-
ment to participate is


desire and a love of a good
time, unless you have some
ill-placed desire to com-
pete...in that case, bring it.


Join us Friday,

May 14

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Benders 9 & under travel team


is seeking community's support


Benders Baseball play-
ers are asking for your sup-
port. The players of the 9-
U Benders will be circulat-
ing your community asking
for your monetary support
as they prepare for the
spring travel ball season.
The Benders travel
baseball team was estab-
lished in August of 2009.
The team provides youth
baseball players, nine years
of age or younger, the
opportunity to participate
in competitive tournament
environments. The team
stresses: responsibility,
endurance, determination,
diligence, and enthusiasm.
The team consists of play-
ers from Altha,
Blountstown. Bristol,
NMarianna, and Tallahassee.
The Benders participate ini
tolurnamllellts located in
Dothan, Enterprise, Ozark,


Donalsonville, Marianna,
Panama City, and
Tallahassee.
Your generous donation
will help cover the cost t01
entry fees, tuniforins, equip-
ment, and baseballs which
can add uip quickly. The
Benders will be holding a.
Hit-A-Thon on May 15th in
Marianna, Florida. Team
Members will be collecting
pledges or donations tor
this event.

If you would like to
become a business sponsor
for the Benders, there is an
opportunity for that also.
There are 4 levels of spon-
sorship. $25-150, $200.
$500 or $1000. Your spoin-
sorship will get youi namlie
or business on a plaque,
dugout banner, or even the
back of the player's jersey!
That would be a great cost


effective wly to advertised
over a lIu , te alea....with
youl sponllsol sIIp we .lie
both wiIleis.

NeIlitiibei. we aiIe a
nion pi ofit orgalizatiotn.
l'ht imea.ns that voul
pledges 0o donations mayiV
be tax-dedtictlble. If Vyou
would like to make a dona-
tonll, pledgt'e O) become a
sponsor please contact
Frank King .it 850-209-
2047 1oi Mike Vailluss at
850-200-3514. On behalfdof
the plavyeis and tcoacles, we
applecitte ,aiii donation.
pledge, alld spollso shi .iss
you sutppoit tilt youth of
Vto l OIIllllllllll lV
Also. it ou will be 1 1
Ve'is old bIv N.I\ INlt aind
would be inl e sIed iII plaiy-
inI' ti .V\ el bha l ilI tilt tall
contact Fiank Kimii at the
above [lumlIl'e


BY BLOUNTSTOWN TIGER

HEAD COACH GREG JORDAN


Spring training is underway; Tigers

to host Liberty County on May 20th


The Tigers opened up
the 2010 football season on
Monday, May 3rd, when
spring practice kicked 6ff.
It's hard to believe that
football time is here again!
The current 9th,10th and
11th graders will come out
and try to anchor down
starting positions for the fall
with a three week spring.
The 8th graders will also
participate and get an early
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start on the 2010 JV foot-
ball season.
The spring will culmi-
nate with a HOME spring
football game here at
Bowles Field on Thursday.,
May 20th, vs Liberty
County. We will have a lot
of new faces out trying to
earn starting positions this
spring. We had a good sen-
ior class this past season
and the current junior class


will have big shoes to fill.
One constant in high
school athletics is change
with the turnover of players
from one year to the next.
But that is also what makes
it special.

Looking forward to a
good spring practice and
hope to see you at the
Spring Game on the 20th.
Go. Tigers!!!


Baker &


NFL vets


to lead


football


camp

A "Run, Pass and
Catch" football camp will be
held Saturday, May 22,
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
Blountstown High School.
The canip is open to sec-
ond through 12th graders.
The cost is $60.
Instilictors will be 10
year NFL veterans, Anlp
Let,, 10 year N FL veteran
iand Corey Fuller, along with
1lountstown High School
giaduate and LSU line-
bIc'ke, Ryan Baker.
Contact Coach Tony
Davis at BHS, 674-5724, to
signup, or enlail
tonvy.davisti calhoun-
fischools.oig

Tiny Tiger

Basketball

Camp set

for summer
The Tiny Tigers
Basketball Camp is set for
June 14-25 at the BHS gynm
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each
day. The camp is open to
second through eighth
grades. Cost is $30.
Contact Coach Tony
)Dalvs ait B11S. 074-5724, to
signulp, or e-mail
t I v . d . 1 s k( i! ka I h o u n -
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Tiger lifters

extend thanks

to supporters
The boys weightlifters
thlit qualified for the state
:iu " t wilht likeI to th1.nk
Hob Pioirt" Motors of
NA.111.ii. iii aind Dale Leet' li
plovidulg the transportation
to thet' state meet. We would
also like to thank The
Diamond Corner for their
donation for the meet.
Thanks to Rodney Smith of
the lBlountistown Police
Depau tmllent for helping
with the sausage breakfast
fundialser and all that par-
ticipated or simply donated.
Once again, thank you to all
the folks that make a differ-
ence in the lives of our
youth.
-Coach Jordan

SUBSCRIBE TODAY


Murrell places 8th at state meet
Blountstown High School's Noiya Murrell placed 8th in
the 200 meter race at the state track meet held lost week-
end in Orlando. Congratulations, Noiya, on a great season!


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Reed wins national title


It is with great honor
that Royal Productions Inc.
:I d/b/n American Beauties
Plus pageant would like to
announce that Le'Tonya
Reed, Ms. Florida, is the
National 2010 Ms.
American Beauties Plus.
The pageant was held April
30 - May 2 in Roswell, GA.
Le'Tbnya is the daugh-
ter of Ms. Marjorie
Peterson, John Thomas
Reed II, and Jeremiah
Peterson. She is the grand
daughter of Mr. J. T. Reed
(the late Mary Reed), Mrs.
Ella Mae Peterson (the late
Nemiah Peterson), the late
James Jones and the late
Equila Scott. Le'Tonya is a
member of Prayer
Chainer's Mission of God,


Pastor eira'ldine Shoald.
l't"lb)nya iilso won sev-
eral other awairds including
Miss Congeniality, 'lhlent
Award, and thlie Q'ieens
Award. Sihe represented
the State of Florida and our
community with pride. She
is looking forward to an
amazing year.
Also winning a national
title was Emmerial
Deveaux of Blountstown.
Watch for her story and
photo in an upcoming edi-
tion.
Le'Tonya is pictured at
right with one of the judges,
Dina Orr-Dowd, the reign-
ing Ms. Florida United
States 2010.
Congratulations,
Le'Tonya!


Infertility story continued


have a picture of them-
selves as a few cells?"
The Derzypolskis decid-
ed they would transfer only
two of the fertilized blasto-
cysts. They had talked
about the possibility of
twins and thought they
could handle it.
"But we couldn't fathom
the thought of having
triplets," Stephanie
Derzypolski says. "Wow, I
can't imagine!"
They went back on day
three for the egg transfer.
Essentially, Dr. Ripps
used a catheter to insert
the fertilized eggs back into
me, she says. We were able
to watch the process on a
monitor. I had to remind
Tom that he should at least
be holding my hand when I
conceived!
Tom Derzypolski
remembers the day he
learned the procedure was
successful and that one of
the eggs had implanted.
"I would like to say it
was full of excitement and
celebration, and in fact
inside I was doing back
flips,:' he says. "But we
also knew that while we
were .'pregnant.' it was
important to make it
through the first 10 weeks
without losing the baby. So
while I wanted to call
everyone I know and tell
them the good news ... it
was initially a time of
restraint.
"I also didn't want to
appear to. be too excited in
the event it did not work
out and this would make
Stephanie sad," he says.
For Stephanie
Derzypolski, it was all
good.
"I was coming back from
lunch when I received a
call from Dr. Ripps' office
letting me know that we
had a positive test result,"
she says. "I got in my car
and drove straight to Tom's
office. I couldn't help but
cry out of sheer joy."
Although her due date
was Feb. 5, 2010,
Stephanie Derzypolski's
water broke on Jan. 19 at
1:37 a.m. when she was 37
weeks pregnant.
"I was at home when
my water broke," she says.
"I couldn't believe that we
would have a baby that
day! By the time we
arrived at the hospital, I
was 100 percent effaced

Bat night

May 14 at

Settlement
Come and join us for Bat
SNight at the Panhandle
Pioneer Settlement on
Friday evening, Mdy 14th,
at 6:30 p.m. Bring your
lawn chairs and help us
count the bats as they come
out of their house for their
nightly feeding. It is a very
unusual site.
Adults and children alike
will enjoy this educational
event. Ice cream, other
refreshments and bat hous-
es will be available for a
donation. Bring blankets or
lawn chairs. Come and
enjoy the evening. It's
enough to "drive you
batty!"
The Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement is a living muse-
um documenting rural life
in NW Florida since the
early 1800's. It is located in
Sam Altkins Park, about 1
mile west oif the ilnt(rsction
of" Ilwy 71 aind IIwy 20.


and 2 centimeters dilated.
Unfortunately, the baby's
heart rate kept dipping and
at one point was very
alarming."
As it turned out, the
umbilical cord was
wrapped around the baby's
neck - simply one of those
things that can occur from
time to time. Tom
Derzypolski says it was
decided that Stephanie
would have an emergency
Cesarean section.
"Within five minutes (at
9:01 a.m.) they handed me
a very healthy, 5-pound,
12-ounce baby boy ...
Thomas Grey
Derzypolski," lie says. "He
was perfectly healthy."
Would the Derzypolskis
do it again?
"I would do it all again
and again," Stephanie
Derzypolski says. "I am
amazed at how much I love
this little guy. I could stare
into his eyes for a million
years. I am completely
overwhelmed at how in
love I am with him."
Tom Derzypolski agrees
wholeheartedly.
"I would absolutely,
without hesitation, recom-
iimend this." hlie says..
"When I say 'this," I mean
both seeking professional,
board-certified intervention
as well as the IVF proce-
dure.

"It is painful guessing
and not knowing why we
were not getting pregnant,"
Derzypolski adds. "Even if


all you do is go through the
evaluation and identify
what is wrong, you know
more and you feel better
about the situation."
When a couple is trying
to get pregnant and can't, it
is an emotional experience.
"You're excited, scared,
confused, nervous ... all at
the same time. I hope oth-
ers will read this and seek
intervention sooner rather
than later. Even if it's just
identifying, through a spe-
cialist, what the problem is.
I feel like Stephanie and I
waited far too long to seek
help. This just extended
our anxiety."
Derzypolski says lie was
ready to support his wife if
something was wrong with
her body and was taken
aback when lie discovered
that he had the fertility
problem.
"I would tell other nen
to take this in stride and
realize that while it is a
stunning realization, it
(has) nothing to do with
one's masculinity, love for
their wife ... or anything
else, for that matter." lie
says. "In fact, it's almost
good i( news. More often
thalln ii01. i.xLii. il1 I.~s.u'
with the niale is tlss conm-
plex than other, female
issues."

A last bit of advice from
Tom Derzypolski to couples
with fertility issues:
"Support each other. Be
patient with each other.
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Contributing writer
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Miss Florida USA, Megan Clementi was in Northwest Florida
last weekend completing her lighthouse challenge for Breast
Cancer Awareness. Several local queens attended the Cape Son
Bias Lighthouse Climb and actually climbed to the top of the
lighthouse! They presented Megan with a good luck gift for Miss
USA, which included several breast cancer awareness items and
notes and drawings from students at Blountstown Elementary
School. Megan also autographed each girl's sash and present-
ed them with sash pins for completing the challenge. Attending
were Morgan Mount, Miss Northwest Florida, Madison Peacock,
Junior Miss Calhoun County, Summer Hill, Little Miss Calhoun
County, Rilby Cleveland, Little Miss Marianna, and Annika
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BLOUNTSTOWN


HIGH SCHooL NEWS >�


STATE CHAMPS!
Ag Communications
Team
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FFA teams win first at state; BHS Chorus Presents...

Mcrone is featured teacher Disney's 'High School Musical'
McCrone is featured teacher BHS chorus students did an. outstanding job as they presented Disney's "High School


FFA teams win at
state
Recently, the
Blountstown FFA Chapter
traveled down south to par-
ticipate in state level com-
petitions.
The Ag
Communications team
placed first in the state.
This team consisted of
Kara Bremer, Hayden
Jeppson, Kate McFarland,
Trent Smith and Caitlyn
Stewart. Kara Bremer was
the high individual,
Hayden Jeppson and
Caitlyn Stewart tied for
third high individual, and
Trent Smith was the fourth
high individual.
The Farm Business
Management team also
won first in the state. This
team consisted of Stewart
Herndon. Harlea Perdue
and Travis Pittman.
Harlea Perdue was the high
individual and Travis
Pittman was the third high
individual.
The Ag Mechanics team
consisting of Aaron Daniels,
Seth Scheurmann, Aubrey
Tharpe and Blake Tolley,
placed fourth in the state.
Aaron Daniels placed
fourth individually. They
woil be recognized at the
state convention in June.
The two first place teams
will travel to Indianapolis
and compete at nationals in
October.

Teacher Feature
Mrs. Sharon Leonard-
McCrone is a Business
Technology instructor at
BHS. In 1982, she taught
typing and business math.
Now in 2010 she teaches
all computer technology
classes. Keeping her stu-
dents proficient and up to
date with technology skills
and knowledge is truly a
job that Mrs. McCrone
takes to heart!
Mrs. McCrone graduat-
ed from BHS in 1967
where she was a cheer-
leader and Student Council
President. She went on to
graduate from Chipola
Junior College and the
University of West Florida
earning her Bachelors in
Business Education. This
southern girl began her
teaching career in Nenana,
Alaska! In 1978 she spent
two years teaching
Business Education, spon-
soring cheerleaders, and
traveling all over that great
northern state. She even
has a photo taken on the
frozen Artic Ocean with the
girls' basketball team!
SBack in the Sunshine
State, her career in educa-
tion continued as Guidance
Counselor and Student
Government Advisor at
Altha Public School from.
1980-1982. She then trans- .
ferred to BHS and has
been at home ever since.
Her experiences at BHS
range from being the
FBLA advisor for 20 years
with winners at district,
state, and national levels, to
serving as National Honor'
Society Sponsor and having
a state president. She also
served as Student
Government Association
Sponsor for three years.
Mrs. McCrone is mar-
ried to Henry McCrone
who farms in Calhoun
County. Her favorite book
is A Touch of Wonder by
Arthur Gordan. She
received this book as a gift
from her father Donald
Leonard at Christmas in
1975. The author shares
his experiences and the
wisdom of enjoying very


MuSical' Thursday in the school auditorium. The production starred Trevor.Engroam
(Troy), Allison Wroblewski (Gabriella), Lesa Corlett (Sharpay), Caleb Hobbie (Ryan),
and a long list of co-stars who did an incredible job. The play was directed by Angel
Spurling with Janet Edewaard as musical director and Elizabeth Bennett as choreogra-
pher. Congratulations to the students and teachers who produced this fabulous show!
PHOTOS BY KATHY S. JOHNSON


SHARON LEONARD-McCRONE

day experiences of life and
Mrs. McCrone has given
numerous copies of this
book to students over the
years.
Being a third generation
teacher in Calhoun County
has given Mrs. McCrone
the spirit, patience and
character to be an influen-
tial and significant teacher.
Her encouragement for stu-
dents to work independent-
ly and freely, creates a
classroom that is enjoyable
and productive. Mrs.
McCrone's classroom is the
site for the BHS Business
Technology Projects busi-
ness. You can order any-
thing from t-shirts,
Christmas ornaments, gar-
den stakes, to coffee mugs.
Also, the time-honored
"Senior Video" is created in
this area along with numer-
ous school and community
projects. Her greatest
source of professional pride
she says is "When I run
into former students who
tell me how much it has
meant to them that they
learned to type and use a
computer, everyone from
military personnel to phar-
macists and doctors." Also,
few of the things she is most
proud of at BHS: students
and FBLA members who
have gone on to live pro-
ductive and successful
lives; production of the City
of Blountstown's 100th
Birthday Book; BHS
100th Birthday
Celebration activities; and
the PINK basketball game.
Thank you, Mrs. Sharon
Leonard-McCrone, for
your great Tiger pride( and
hear! You bring A ')iuch of
Wonder to BHS,

SGA News
Friday, April 30th, was
Blountstown Hligh School's
Freshman Orientat ion.
Eight h graders from
Blountstown Middle
School and Carr expllored
lie school, learned about
our sports, clubs, ni( class.
es. They were enterlinled


by several skits mid songs
performed by the SGA club
members. We enjoyed the
visit from the class of 2014
and hope they have a won-
derful experience here at
BHS!

Guidance Memo
Stu dents [pl.o1nuiz to
take the June 1l2thi ACT
need to ieigster by May
7th. Late registration, with
an additional fee. will be
May 8th-21st.
CPT (College
Placement Test) will be
ofi'ered Thursday, May
20th at S:00a.m. in the
BHS auditorium. Any stu-
dent that wants to take
Dual-Enrollment for the
first time will be allowed to
take the exam. Sign-up is in
Guidance.

Calendar of Events
May 5th, Wednesday.
Senior Trip
May 6th. Thursday,
Herff Jones with Class Ring
delivery, 11:30-1:00
May 12th. Wednesday.
Early Release

Honor Roll
Principal Dune Barber
is proud to announce the
3rd 9 wveeks Honor Roll.
A Honor Roll
9th Grade: Kelly
Dunn, Kristen Jenkins,
Casey Johnson, Courtney
McFarland. Michael
Owens, Savtmnah Pitts,
Brandon Purvis,
Hammadah Talib, Laura
Tomlinison
10th Grade: Shaquala
Butler, Christopher Byrne,
Karissa Flowers, Caitlyn
Stewart
11th Grade: Cherie
Baggett, Clihlsea Baker,
Junicia Baker, Cody
Baldwin, .liylor Brantley-
Curl, Tasheana Brown,
Morgan Davis, Montoya
Garrett, Stewart Herndon,
Caroline Johnson, Jahnice
Jones, David Leonard, Ivy
Martin, Makynzie
O'Bryan, Kristen Peacock,
Harlea Perdue, Travis
Pittman, Cameron Smith,
-IHayley Sumner, Brett
Tainner, Selena Williams
12th Grade: Ashley
Adals, TaIak Amin,
Colleen lrhree, Kant
Bremer, Jessica Collier,
Jessie Davis, Blake
(larllet, Kevin G tlltierrez,
John Thal pe, Allison
Wroblewski

A/B Honor Roll
9th Grade: Seth
Alderman, Ashley
Alexander, Karah Beaver,
Liain . Brantlley-Ciiurl,

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Congratulations to the BHS Chorus,


Angel Spurling & Janet Edewaard


on another fabulous show!


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MONollL Webukuh WIllso, KK Bonuchanip, Emily Brooks, Maggle Blue, Cessno Folsorn,
b b left) Blake ( Hu on Ste hen Lee Ethan Ellis


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1st grade; speech contest held Meet Altha's Senior Favorites;
First Grade Program Wiltse wins at State Beta even
Blountstown EleiSeneitvy
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the direction of Mrs. Cathy
Kimbrel, put on a wonderful
performance Friday, April
23.
The production was enti-
tled "Lemonade" where
things were not going well in
Mother Goose Land. All of
the characters were having
problems. The play ended
on a happy note though,
"When life gives you
lemons....make lemonade!"
The first graders (some are
pictured above and top
right) did an outstanding job.


Speech Contest p e I
The Tropicana Speech
Contest was held on
Thursday, April 22, in the
Blountstown Elemnentary
School Cafeteria with fourth
and fifth graders competing.
Third place went to Lana
Wood, second place to
Daniel Ryals, and tirst place went to Drew Willis picturied above) CoIgr.ituiationsl to
these young speakers. They did a fine job.
Also, a warm thank you goes out to the tliee people who lhad the difficult task oft judg-
ing. Thanks to William Leonard, Pa.stor Shleat d, and Janice MIoti re. we appiectate yo\!1



BHS Honor Roll continued


Brittany Bridges, Alexis
Butlerm Kayla Campbell,
Corby Davis. Stedlman
Dawson, Scott Dunn,
Jordan Griffin, Ebony
Jackson, Hayden Jeppson,
Elizabeth Jerkins, Marysa
Lee, Randa McCroan,
Marisa Melvin, Calebh
Mills, Cody Morrow,
William Nowling, Ashlley
Oxedine, Robert Pickron.
Shannon Pitts, Kayla
Prowant, Breanna Pybus,
Ally Richards, Kelly Ruiz,
Reagine Simmons, Camilla
Taylor, Alexis Widner,
Kassandra Wood, Gordon
Yoder
10th Grade: Tiffany
Abbott, Sarah Barton.
Kelsey Bontrager, Tabatha
Bramblett, Shayla Chason.
Emmerial Deveaux,
Matthew Digsby, Alex
Euceda, Saad Farooqi,


Jesse G iitfit. Geraldlnee
Gutierret'. Cassandia
Hietis. Kristian Honlmie,.
Ht'idi jeppson. Slitelle
Layfield, Briantle Lee.
Kalev 'McDonald.
Samantha Mort is, Nicholtas
Posey-Cessna. Nilsa
Prowant, Trenton Sith.0.
Thlolmas 'Twinet . T enton
Wise, Krvstal Yon. Mitchell
Hall, Meagan Biown
11th Grade: Shayne
Baggett. Charles Buggs.
Miranda Cain, Kavla
Coghlan. Pamela Corker.
Kelsey Couch. T\-ler
Daniels, Gabriel Dawson,
Lindsey Doyal. Eurica
Engram. Alfonso
Herna n dez - Flores.
Kenneth Hopkins, Samuel
Hurtado, Eric Jones. Sierra
Clhason, Raven Lockhart.
Anan(lda Lunsford,. Eliya
Margrill. Sawyer Maxwell.


James McClellan,. K.itelin
McFarland. Matthew
McGiraw. Paul Mosley.
J.iacv Richliads. , ,Jam, es
Ronev. Dillion Shliberger.t
K,IvlI Shlvei. Z,Icha, v
W\hitfield. Patrick Wilson.
Calssandra \Woods, Kalls
Smith
12th Grade: ,essica.
Andei son. Stanltley
Andrews. Cartneica B~aker.
Virginia Baker. Kelblv
Durham. Brittany Griffin.
Blake Hancock. Jacob
Harden. John Jourdan.
Cody Paquette. T\-ler
Prowant, William Skipper.
James Summerlin. Maria
Trejo. Corey \Vomble,
Stafford Dawson, Alex
Deason. Hira Farooqi.
Anna Kelly. Rachael King,
Alison Slongo, Laura
Stoltzfis, Aubrey Tharpe.
KaIyIa Shluler


Althnas uu2010 Senior
Favorites
by Ashley Simco
Altli.i's 2010 Senior
volitt's hlavte been st'lect-
ed. They inlcllude:
Most I lunioi ous: Tilhany
White iandt Blake Chlason
Best Ditessed: Cessna
FolsoIn anid Ethlin Ellis
Most Mischievous:
Zephra McNeill and Black
Cliason
Most Outgoing: Cessna
Folsom and Carl IMantecon
lMost Spitllted: Maggle
Blue and Albert Blaicklbui n
Most Athletic: KK
eaichti p and Eltthan


Most Th oughihl:

Sti'pheu 1Lco
Most "l'tltlletd: LTmmy
Shvtm'ei and Kevin Alday
Most Likely to Succeed:
EmilY Bilooks and Brett
Floyd
Best All-Around:
Rebekah \Viltse. Albeirt
Blackbut n and Brett Floyd

Wilttsc Places 1st at
Beta Convention
)Oi Aptil 18, Scnioi Hol.i
Sponsoim. MIS. LeAinna Iall
took ia tew of hle club l t'll-
bet s to Stlate Coivention inl
Oi lIndo to compete tin vall1-
ous competit ions. Amon
them, Rvyan. \\Wood pall tii-
pited inll the Social Stuldies
Test. Albeilt l\'anum took
on the Ml all i T l''st. Biett
Flovd lenteted tIlie ploltopga-
plly still bIlaLck and white
land color competition ltlland
took the Science Test, and
Rebekah \VWiltse entered the
Stitchery Competition
(placing 1st) and also partic-
ipated in the English Test.
Rebekah's cup and saucer
shown above is made from
pine straw. She learned this
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The County Record, MAY 5, 2010, Page 10




________OB~ITUAR~IES


KIMBERLY SUSAN
(CHASE) ELLIOTT
Kimberly Susan
(Chase) Elliott, 34, of
Crawfordville, FL, passed
away after an extended ill-
ness on April 30, 2010, at
Big Bend Hospice in
Tallahassee.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Billy
and Margaret Chase ,of
Atlanta, and father-in-law,
Ralph Elliott, of
Crawfordville.
Survivors include her
husband, Scott Elliott, of
Crawfordville, FL; two
daughters, Ashley Elliott.
and Kaitlyn Roberts; a
stepson, Tyler Elliott; two
brothers, Billy and Tommy
Chase; and mother-in-law
and father-in-law, Helen
and Herman Newsome.
Private family services
will be held at a later date.
Heartfelt thanks goes to
the loving nurses and staff
of Big Bend Hospice.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Big Bend
Hospice, 1723 Mahan
Center Boulevard,
Tallahassee, FL. 32308.
All arrangements are
under the direction of
Marlon Peavy at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown (ph. 674:
2266).

JOHNNY FRANK
JOHNSON
Mr. Johnny Frank
Johnson of Clarksville, FL.
was born May 6. 1943 and
died April 27, 2010.
Johnny married Winell
Pitts on March 11, 1974,
and they enjoyed 36 won-
derful years of life together.
Johnny was preceded in
death by his parents,
Earnest and Therag
Johnson, and his sister,
Shirley Burke.
He is survived by his
wife, Winell; one son, John
Michael Johnson; one
daughter, Jodi Melissa
Johnson; two grandsons,
Tyler Ryan Johnson and
Johnny Paul "Rowdy"
Johnson; four granddaugh-
ters, Courtney Rhochelle
Johnson, Jacey May
Johnson, Chelsea Breanne
Murphy and Shelby Lynn
Murphy.
It -was Johnny's wish to
be remembered as he was
in life, not as he was in
death. Therefore, a private
family service has been
planned for a later date.

MARY ELLEN LAND
Mary Ellen Land, 61, of
Clarksville, passed away
Wednesday, April 28,
2010, in Blountstown.
She was a homemaker, a
member of Blountstown
Revival Tabernacle Church
and a veteran, serving in
the U. S. Air Force.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Virgil
and Corene Harris Land,
and a sister, Margie Guy.
She is survived by two
sons, Marcus Land and
Klayton Lamberton and his
wife, Angela, all of


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A mother is a person who
loves another more than life
itself. No two mothers are
alike, not a single one is
expected to be perfect-1not
evel close. Mothers nurture
and love; they create homes
of warilith land safely they
cultivate strelni tl s and see
potential.
Mothers Day is the perfect
day to celebrate the joys of
having a imlother. Make all
efforts to give a perfect
Mothers Day to your mollther,
Pamper her a little 0on this
special day of hers. Give her
a hug and a kiss as vou wish
her a Happy Mothers Day!


ADAMS

FUNERAL HOME
674-5449 -643-5410
www.adamsfh.com

Clarksville; a daughter.
Kristolee Lamberton, of'
Altha; two brothers, Doyle
and Clyde Land, of Or.tie.e
Hill, Florida; three sisters,
Patricia Land of Sneads,
Florida, Tina 'ITrachak of
Southport, Florida, and
Judy Wilson of Sarasota,
Florida; grandchildren,
Brittany and Alexis Duke,
Emerald and Kayland
Livingston, Connor and
Log.irn Ani.IIe.ws, Cl.Aylon
and Terra Lamberiton.
Arthur and Shannon
Goodwin. Miranda
Coxwell. and Regan and
Gavin Vasbinder.
A memorial service will
be held at 11 a.m.,
Saturday, May 8, at Four
Mile Creek in Clarksville.
Please bring a covered
dish.
Adams Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrange-
ments (ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.
adamsfh.com).

LEONARD MCCROAN,
JR.
Mr. Leonard McCroan.
Jr., 79. of Altha, FL, passed
away Tuesday. April 27.
2010, in Dothan, AL.
J.L was born in Jackson
County on September 26.
1930, and had lived in
Calhoun County for most of
his life. He was a veteran of
the Korean Conflict, serv-
ing in the United States Air
Force. Mr. McCroan was
director of the local ASCS
office in Blountstown, serv-
ing Calhoun, Liberty and
Franklin Counties. J.L.
receive his' bachelors
degree in forestry at the
University of Florida in
Gainesville.
Survivors include his
wife of 59 years., Clara
McCroan, of Altha; two
sons, Dan McCroan and


Burglaries cont'd


the laptop that was hidden
underneath his mobile
home skirting. The woman
alleged Rogers' girlfriend
showed her a ring he had
given her. The woman
believed the ring had been
taken in the burglary.
When questioned by Inv.
Bryant, Rogers initially
denied his involvement in
the case, He later agreed Io
retrieve the stolen items
and they were rel turned.
He then reportedly admil-
ted to possessing the stolen
items, but said hie didn't
commit the burglary. Other
sources told authorities
Rogers asked two men to
help him do the break-in,
but they refused. Rogers
later turned over three
stolen rings lie said lie
found in l aii ; l;irin clock nll
lie house when lihe went o


retrieve some items.
Rogers was subsequent-
ly arrested.
In the second case,
Brion Alexander Dionta
Hall, 18, was arrested
Friday for burglary, grand
theft, and criminal it mischief
under $1000.
According to the
Sheriff's Office, Hall is
accused of burglarizing Ihe
Pit Stop convenience store
on SR 20 West on April 14
just after 3:30 a.m.
The front glass door was
broken n the break-in and
ain estimated $2.50 was
taken. A surveillance video
showed a suspect entering
the business three times.
The investigation led to
Hall's arrest.

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his wiIe, MklMlnie, of
Mill iialla, aind Rilanidy
McC'loli and his wil'e,
't'-vai, of Blo3 nitstowin; two
daughters, Gwen Wells and
her husband, Richard, of
Dothan, AL, and Terry
Soltis and her husband, Ed,
of Mt. Pleasant, SC; one
brother, Kenneth Roger
McCroan and his wife,
Katherine, of Montgomery,
AL; one sister, Patricia
Ayers, and her husband,
Gene, of Altha; eight
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Friday. April 30, at 10
am (CDT) at the Altha
First Baptist Church in
Altha with Reverend Jim
Mc ntoshi officiating.
Interlilrent followed in thel
Mt. Olive Cerniettry ill
Althii.
All .iririageriierllts wrele
under the direction of
Milarlon Peav\'y at Peavy
Funeral Homle in
Blountstown (ph. 674-
2206).
It is liiolish rand wiroIngI
fto iiirnith e imen lwhoi
dit(d. Ra.iher \vc should
r.thank G(od [ rh/.it such , 1t' ni
lived.
- George S. Patton

WILLIE MAE PELT
Willie Mae Pelt of
Montgomery, AL, and for-
merly of Blountstown, FL,
passed away Wednesday,
April 28, 2010, at the age
of 81.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Byron Leshe Pelt. Jr.: par-
ents. Curtis and Ada Carr;
arid brother. Curtis Cant, Jr.
Sheit is survived by hetr
daughter, Di.ma Pelt
Wilson, .ind hel hlusbiuld,
],.1 , of MNloitgliinei \. AL:
her soiln. Byion Leshe Pelt
111, of St. Louis. MO: one
sister. Elizabeth Speigner.
of Destim. FL. formerly of
Birmingham. AL: grand-


children, Joanna Wilson
Sutherlhad and her hius-
band, Lawrence (Hank), of
Alpharetta, GA, and Leslie
Cheryl Wilson of Miami
Beach, FL; great-grand-
children, Wilson Henry
Sutherland and Hannah
Ruby Sutherland, of
Alpharetta, GA; and many
nieces, nephews, and close
friends.
A graveside service is
planned for 1 p.m.
Saturday, May 1, at Nettle
Ridge Cemetery in
Blountstown. Friends and
family are invited to
attend.
The flinily would like to
thank Dr. Joel Bolen and
his staff at Geriatric
Associates of Montgomery,
the stall'at Noland Hospital
in Montgomery, and the
Amedisys Hospice staff for
their loving care and sup-
port. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions
may be made in Willie
Mae's name to either The
Salvation Army or the
Amedisys Hospice Fund.

HAZEL VIRGIE
TANTON
Hazel Virgie Tanton, 83,
of Bristol, passed away
Monday, May 3, 2010, at
her home.
She was a lifelong resi-
dent of Bristol and was a
member of Bristol
Assembly of God Church.
She was owner of Tanton's
Personal Home Care.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Albert Tanton; her parents,
Frank and Enuna Hill
Phillips; a brother, Mac
Phillips; and sisters, Gertie
Owens. Vinnie McMillan.
Thelmhn Morgan, Nolie
Peddle, and Trudy
McDowell.
She is survived by two
sons. Dennis Tanton of
Cypress and Charles Hill of
Bristol: three daughters,


Debra Schwendeman,
Barbara McDaniel, and
Phyllis Swearingen, all of
Bristol; 15 grandchildren;
42 great-grandchildren;
and one great-great-grand-
child.
Funeral services will be
held at 4:00 p.m. ET,
Wednesday, May 5, at
Bristol Assembly of God
Church. Interment will fol-
low in Rock Bluff
Cemetery.
Adams Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrange-
ments (ph. 643-5410 or
online at
www.adamsth.com).

MERLE
CHRISTOPHER
"CHRIS" WEBB
Merle Christopher
"Chris" Webb, 47, of
Bonifay and formerly of
Blountstown, passed away
Monday, April 26, 2010, in
Panama City.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,


George and Anita Webb,
and a brother, George
Webb.
Survivors include a son,
Brandon Christopher Gunn
Webb, of Panama City, two
daughters, Rachael Ann
Webb and Jessica Noel
Webb, both of Panama
City; three brothers, Kevin
Webb of Blountstown, Carl
Webb and Jeff Webb, both
of Panama City; a sister,
Rae Ann Webb, of
Jonesville, Wisconsin.
Funeral services will be
held at 10:00 a.m.,
Wednesday, May 5, in the
Adams Funeral Home
Chapel in Blountstown.
Interment will follow in
Pine Memorial Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, May 4 at the
funeral home.
Adams Funeral Home is
in charge of the arrange-
ments (ph. 674-5449 or
online at www.
adamsfh.com).


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Mom was always there. She was there at
the bus stop the first day you went to school.
No matter what happened, she made you feel safe,
like everything was okay. Somehow, the older
you got-the smarter she got.

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want to be there for her. If you need us, our family
of caregivers will be there for both of you.



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SChurch Directory
SFor Information On Listing Your Church, Call 674-5041


Blountstown First

'Assembly of God Church
s1iiiuty Sernvices IPastor, Shelton) Kindig
siindii scho.ni...!l:.i r AM H1wy. 20 West, 13th Street,
Moringi Worship... 11:00 AMi
IE,'eing Worship...5:00I PM 3lountllstowin, FL
Wi,,dnesday Slervicn...7:00 I'M 850-674-4331


St. Mary Missionary I

Baptist Church '.
10345 SE River Street, Biountstown, FL
DR. C.L. WILSON, PASTOR
850-674-8716
V"We Minist'r To Needs Without Magnifying Faults"
Sundanil School - :3o0 AM * Morning Worship - I tOO AM
Prai eri and Bible Study Wednesdnayn - Or30 PM
(iGeell

Christian Home Free Will Baptist Church
1I92-1 NE Siale IRoid 69, Illountstown, FI. 12.424
Siia:iy services Ron l Burger, Pastor
Suniiday Scihoiil,.!:i5 AM 850-674-55194
Mornii Worslip... :0 AM w, .ci ,i frh,,, ,lnhom letlNapIllsthl, or
Eveling] \Vo'ship,,.(6:00 I'M ',.ml ll ibhe rol.comiI
\We(i',sdl:iy Si'rvice,..i:l0 I'M 'Com ur , i r aime st'


S Meaningful Bible Study.................... 9:45 AM
Exciting Wo ship....... ..... .. ..... . 11:00 AM
Bible Study & Wo ship ... ............. 6:00 PM
Wednesday ayi & ible Stud .........6:30 PM
* Pastor David Throckmorton
SLocated two blocks south of ithe intersection Highway 20
arid Main Street in Blountstown
First Baptist Church
ihel'ing i', ;' I 'c ftblh i i' i;n , 'tirSc'S [('/ihrist


- Blountstown United Methodist Church
i ,,'ait,'Iii i, I ; ii . I , ,'th i ,io- s fti'o,
1 l,-U~li .Y, .\h'u lX Mc Wednesday Bible Study...9:00 AM
Sunday School...9:45 AM
Sunday Worship... 11:00 AM
'li'p/hrour: O'74 -.,'4; Il' m aiii: tou 'tanip'rhi' .cOrmi


For information on listing

your church in this

directory, please contact

The County Record

at 674-5041.


Laban Bontrager, DMD

Monica Bontrager, DMD
FAMILY DENTISTRY
12761 NW Pea Ridoe Road. Bnstol, FL 32321
TELEPHONE: (850)643-5417


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Legal Notice

IN 1 "tl .-C lIt ltI tO LI l iE 1 F iti I,.IIll
JUDICIAL CIRCLII, IN ANO 1oll CAl.
HOLIN COUNI'Y> FLORIDA C.ONERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO.-09-350CA

PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO NATION-
AL CITY REAL ESTATE SERVICES, LLC,
SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO NATION-
AL CITY MORTGAGE, INC. F/K/A
NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE CO.
PLAINTIFF,

-vs.-

THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF LANA K.
HATHAWAY, DECEASED, ET AL
DEFENDANTS)

NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE

TO: THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING
AN INTEREST BY, THROUGH. UNDER
OR AGAINST THE ESTATE OF LANA K.
HATHAWAY, DECEASED
whose residence is unknown it he/shel
they be living; and it he/she they be dead,
the unknown defendants who may be
spouses, heirs, devisees, giantees,
assignees, linois, creditors, trustees, and
all parties claiming an interest by, through.
under or against the Defendants, who are
not known to be dead or alive, and all par-
ties having or claiming to have any right.
title or interest to the property described in
the mortgage being foreclosed herein

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclosure a mortgage on the fol-
lowing property

BEGIN AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER
OF THE EAST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE
NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION
30, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE 11
WEST OF CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORI-
DA; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00�04'10"
EAST, ALONG THE EAST LINE OF THE
EAST QUARTER OF SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUAR-
TER, 1,325.39 FEET, THENCE DEPART-
ING SAID EAST LINE ON A BEARING OF
SOUTH 89'56'23" WEST, 664 12 FEET:
THENCE N NORTH 00'04'10' WEST,
620 89 FEET TO A POINT ON THE CEN-
TERLINE OF CHAMMBRY ROAD,
THENCE SOUTH 85S53'09' EAST,
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE, 30 70 FEET
TO A POINT AND CALL THIS POINT 'A",
THENCE MEANDER EASTERLY AND
NORTHERLY ALONG SAID CENTER-
LINE SO AS TO REACH A POINT BEING
NORTH 56'36'13- EAST AND 48 03 FEET
FROM AFORESAID POINT "A'.THENCE
RUN NORTH 04'30'03" WEST, ALONG
AFORESAID CENTERLINE. 680 18
FEET, THENCE DEPARTING SAID CEN-
TERLINE ON A BEARING OF NORTH
89'56'23' EAST, 64384 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING SUBJECT TO
EAST 30 FEET FOR RIGHT OF WAY OF
CHAMMBRY ROAD. TOGETHER WITH A
2003 MOBILE HOME VINO DS114123A
AND DSI141238

has been filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any to it on DAVID J STERN.
ESQ. Plaintiffs attorney, whose address is
900 South Pine Island Road s400.
Plantation, FL 33324-3920 on or before
May 15, 2010 (no later than 30 days Irom
the date of the first publication ol this
notice action) and file the original with the
clerk of this court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in the
complaint or petition filed herein

WITNESS my hand and the seal of this
Court at CALHOUN County, Florida, this
22nd day of April, 2010

RUTH W ATTAWAY
Clerk of the Circuit Court


Legal Notice

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 2010:069DR
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF:
LINDA JEAN DICKENSON,
Petitioner/Wife
and

CHARLES STEVEN DICKENSON,
Respondent/Husband

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: Charles Steven Dickenson
Address, residence and domicile
Unknown

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for
dissolution of marriage has been filed and
you are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, If any, on Petitioner's
attorney, J David House, 16865 SE River
Street, Blountstown, Florida 32424, on or
before May 10, 2010, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court either before
service on Petitioners' attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief demand-
ed In the Petition,

Witness my hand and seal of this Court
ont his 30th day of March, 2010.
RUTH W ATTAWAY


Legal Notice

Notice Under Flctltloum Nime Law
Puruent to
Section 86.09, FlorIda Statutee
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, desiring to engage in busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
BLOUNTSTOWN HEALTH AND REHA-
BILITATION CENTER located at 16690
Chipola Road, in the County of Calhoun, in
the City of Blountstown, Florida 32424
intends to register the said name with the
Division of Corporations of the Florida
Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida.
Dated at Tallahassoo, Florida, this 28thb
day of April, 2010.
Regency Care of Blounlistown, LLC


Legal Notice

PUBLIC AUCTION


Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc., will hold
a public auction onMay 10,2010 at 2.00
(P.M.) on a

1995 Chevy, PK, Green In Color
Vln#2GCFC29KOSI 117683

Auction will be hold at Mallory Towing
and Recovery Inc., at 18114 State Road
20 West in Blountstown, FL., 32424
Phone 850-674-2869
Mallory Towing and Recovery Inc.,
reserves the right to reject any and all bids,


Legal Notice

CAI IOIIN COONIN IY IIOAIII)IOf
COIN I Y (;OMMI:;IONI IIV!


NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Senlod plopIos, als, Inll tlplic utl,. will eIt
e toelvtd by Illo Callounl County Io�� tl 'I
CouLivnt Coll1lliSulols Mtl until 00) 1 in
County t0oald Of CoutyV Commlnnl0lol;ne1,
't0l059 Conltril Avomutio llast, HooMlU 130,
Blountstown, Flolda 321'1 lds will be
publicly opened and [oad aloud du1ng the11
scheduled Calhiouii County Boaid of
County Coll nllisslono s Meeting that sanme
date.

Biddes art)e invited to submiil proposals
for,

CONSTRUCT COMMERCIAL HANGAR
AT
THE CALHOUN COUNTY AIRPORT

It is the intent of this Bid to secure a con-
tractor who will design, permit, procure
and install the Commercial Hangar with all
accessories as specified in the Technical
Specifications section

Bidders are invited to submit Proposals
for this work onil the Proposal Formns piro-
vided. Other proposal forms will niot be
accepted.
The Complete examination and under-
standing of the Contract Docuiments con-
sisting of the Plans and Specifications, and
all addenda or otherlo iisonr' ind Site tof
the proposed work Is litl'ssaily to plopli
ly submit a Pioposal Contiact Docuniiils
consisting of tho Ptlans anid Spectlltk'tions,
and all addenda ol oth01 Ievisions alWe
available* tor examination ilr may b'o
obtained from the offices ot theI URS
Cot portion. 1367C South RatIrodd
Avenue. Chipley, Florida 32428, Phone
(850) 638-8700, Fax (850) 638-0220
There is a $50 00 charge for the plans and
specifications This cost is non lefundable

A Bid Bond in the form las bound inl the
Contract Docunlents or Cetllted Clleck ill
the amount of no1101 less thdIln live iictll
(51.) of the total amount bid must arlconll
panly each Bid

Successful Bidder shall t, Irequired to
execute and to pivide a Pylllent BBond
and Performance Bornd eac h in a lln Almount
of not less Ita111 one hundred pde.ent
(100%) of the total value of the Contract
awarded to him with a satisfactory surety
or sureties for the full and faithful perform-
ance of the work
The Calhoun County Board of County
Commissioners, in accordance with Title
VI of the Civil Rights Act oR 1964t 42
US.C 2000d) and 49 CFR Part 26.'
Participation by Disadvantageo Business
enterprises in Department of
Transportation Programs, hereby notifies
all bidders that it 0ill atfirmalivtel elN u'r0
that disadvantage.1 business erllntpnsies
are afforded full opportunity to surn'it tlv-
in response to tN.s invasiiton all l %%1i111 n tW
discriminated. a a>instl O.11 tr10 )roufr.ils or
race, color, se\ O nl1at lai on1 trl tin collnS
oration for all aiard

No bid may be wvlltiraliwi atclifl .. ' ,
time for the receipt o( Propoais for a Iv .'
od of one hun1 l0edl Iwntiy (Ol120) das

The Calhoun County Board or COuI. r
Commissonets reseynes t1ie lr0)hlt o. r ir%
any intorimailles or reagulantivs ,t o'1
reject any or all bidts wand to Iwmardr c.
refrain from awarding iMei Contract 10o te'
Work

Dated May 5, 2010?
By Calhoun Cointy' Boird of
County Commissioners


Legal Notice
'U10 CALHOUN CUUNUI ) A'iiliG
STORM E.WP PROJECT PRO.
JECT 0 14 144
NOTICE TO RECEIVE SEALED BIDS
The Calhoun County Board of Counr!N
Commissioners Atll rlecevI soeati tlis\l
from any qualified person company or cvr-
potation inteitesttKe ill constructing] tfl foi
lowing project

2010 CALHOUN COUNTY SPRING
STORM E W P PROJECT
COUNTY ROAD I
B H STONE ROAD
PIKE PRICE ROAD
The projects will consist of cUrif1t
replacements, concrete construction tip
rap placement, and roadway palching

All bidders shall be pre-qualilhed with the
Florida Department of Transportation per
Section 2-1 of the FDOT Standard
Specifications for Road and Bridge
Construction, latest edition
tc\ll "DANNIE BLACK ROAD DRAINAGE
Plans and specifications can be obtained
at Preble-Rish, Inc. 20684 Central Ave
East. Blountstown. FL 32424. (850) 674-
3300 The bid must conform to Section
287 133(3) Florida Statutes, on public enti-
ty crimes
Completion date for this project will be
90 days from the date of the Notice to
Proceed presented to the successful bid-
der

Liquidated damages for failure to com-
plele the project on lthe specified dale will
be set at $500.00 per day

Please Indicate on the envelope that this
is a sealed bid, the bid number and what
the bid is for

Bids will be received until 3 00 p 1m
(CT), on May 18 .2010, at the Calhoun
County Clerk's Office. Calhoun County
Courthouse, 20859 Central Avenue East.
Room 130, Blountslown. Florida 32424,
and will be opened and read aloud on May
18 ,2010, at 500 p m.(CT)
Cost for Plans anrd Specifications will be
$ 50 00 per sel and Is non-refundable
Checks should be made payable to PRE-
BLE-RISH, INC
The Board of County Conmlissionrrsels
rosorves tho rlrht 1o waive Infornallties In
any bid. to accept and/or reroct any O0 all
bids, and to accept the bld thali In thIln
judgment will be In Iho best Inteiost of
Calhoun County,
If you have any questions, please call
Matt Carpenter at (850) 643-2771.
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Legal Notice

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR
CALHOUN COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.2009-312-CA

21st MORTGAGE CORPORATION, otc .
Plaintiff,
-vs-

WILLIAM G HoUStON, t hil,
Dnfondants,

NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE PUIItSUANI
TO
SECTION 461031(1), FI 1I1il)A


S TATUF ES

TO WIIOM II MAY CONCI IN.

NOTICE Is irileby gilven Iliha pirumunl I
thi Final Judgmont onlotod on Ap[il 11l,
2010, in Can'so No 2009-12-CA of th 111e
Circuit, Calhoun County, Floklil, In which
21st Mortgago Coi porinllon, oel , is Plalnltill
and Williamn G. Hrouslon, ol al i lthe
defendants, tho Clork of tells Coit I will sell
at public salo tIho following doscrlbed lonal
propoily
COMMENCING AT lTlF SO1JIHI-AST
COlRNI!I SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 2'
NORIII . HANGr: 11 WSIt. CAI OUN
(COIINIY, I IOIIIIIA, IIINCI NORIIII
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WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF1 THE
SOUIHWESF QUAFRI ER OF THE
SOUI'HEAST QUARTER OF THE
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SEC-
1ION 25, THENCE NORTH 00"19'16"
EAST, ALONG SAID WESTERLY
BOUNDARY, A DISTANCE OF 338 13
FEET: THENCE SOUTH 88-12'57" EAST
A DISTANCE OF 404.27 FEET: THENCE
SOUTH 03�08'23" WEST A DISTANCE
OF 338.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.

SUBJECT TO A RIGHT-OF-AWAY EASE-
MENT ACROSS THE SOUTHERLY 25
FEET OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER
OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SEC-
TION 25, TOWNSHIP 2 NOR H, RANGE
II WEST. CALHOUN COLIN IY, FLORI-
DA, A DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS 1OOK 250, PAGE htiti CAAt
HOUN COUNTY, I LORIDA
Iogtlhti with 19! 9 Nobility, Kingwood ,>i
X I ' m ImnunL llitu I' ltd hT llllN . S lcial No Nil
9005AB. locatedl on illh prop tly

lilt salt will , I t i hold o11 M;iy .', '010 N ll
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Ccntiul Ave , Edast BlountIlown, Flund I
acco0iddncd with Section 450031 of tho
Florida Statutes

ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST
IN THE SURPLUS FROM TTHE SALE IF
ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF T1H lIIS
PENDENS MUST I ILE A CLAIM WIIHIN
6.0 DAYS Al 1f I It' SAIL

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RU 1HI Al A\WAY
CLERK OF SAIC) OUR1


Legal Notice

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR CALHOUN COUNTY
FLORIDA
CIVIC ACTION
CASE NO 0'-:WOI-CA0XKU351

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NOTICE Of FORECLOSURE SALE

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80 FEET THENCE EAST 0 FEET TO
WEST BANK OF LAKE HILPA THENCE
NORTH ALONG IhL IhESTI ANK OF
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BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST COR
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LANS ADDITION TO BLOUNTSTOWN.
FLORIDA, AS SAME IS SHOWN ON THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF ON FILE IN
THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE
CIRCUIT COURT OF CALHOUN COUN-
TY. THENCE RUN NORTH 7 FEET.
THENCE RUN EAST 191 FEET. THENCE
RUN SOUTH TO THE NORTHEAST COR-
NER OF SAID LOT 1 BLOCK 5. THENCE
RUN WEST ALONG THE NORTH SIDE
OF SAID LOT 1. BLOCK 5. 191 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING

A/K/A 166729 SW GASKIN STREET.
BLOUNTSTOWN. FL 32424
Any person claiming alln interest in the sur
plus hfo1 this sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the dale of the Lis
Pendens must dlie a claim within sixty (60)
days after thie sale
WITNESS my hand and the seal ofl hhls
Court on this '28h day of April, A 1 010
RUTH W ATTAWAY
CLERK OF THE COURT




Altha

technique from her grand-
Imothier, Beulahl Headings
who teaches classes on how
to make the baskets.
Rebekah enjoys spending
time with her grandparents
and picking Up Va uiors hob-

this oine liat slhe was able to

enter into a COttlpetition.

Calendar
Wednesday, May 5 -
Kindergarten Registration
Thursday, May 6-
Elementary 'Trlack Meet
Friday, May 7 Chipola
Academic Tournament;
FCA Appreciation
Breakfast at Altha First
Baptist 7am
Sunday, May 9
Mother's Day
MontILday, May 10-SAC
M'eet ing, 5:30 I'M in the


Media Cenlter; Beti
B in(luelt 0 1)1tn
May 11 14- Senior 'lTip

Wednesday, May 12
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Sen. Al Lawson qualifies




to run for U.S. Congress


Surrounded by cheering
supporters, state Senator
Al Lawson (D-Tallahassee)
qualified last Wednesday to
run for the United States
Congress, submitting his
paperwork to the Florida
Division of Elections.
Lawson made the ballot
position by collecting nearly
5,000 signatures from cain-
p)aign Sulppoltlers through-
out Congiessional District

"'O(l' ity, I ofliCiailly begin
IllV 'ci ipaigil 1or tlie
United States Congress,"
said Al Lawson. "North
Floi Ida needs a leader who
will side with the people's
interests, not the special
interests. I will be that
Contgressllman."
Lawson has represented
the people of Northl Flotida
tor 28 ye.irs in thle FloiidLi
Legislature, serving in the
Florida House from 1982-
2000 and the Florida
Senate from 2000 through
the present. During his
time in the Legislature,
Lawson has established a
strong record of fighting for
working families and state
workers. Lawson's current
Senate District covered
nearly two-thirds of


Floridia's Congl essional
Distitlt 2.
Eal lier in the week,
Lawson's primary oppo-
nent, Congressman Allen
Boyd qualified for reelec-
tion by paying the state fee;
he failed to collect the nec-
essary signatures to make
the ballot.
"Al Lawson has great
support in North Florida,
and that is why thousands
of constituents signed peti-
tions to place him on the


ballot," said John Reid,
Lawson's campaign manag-
er. "Allen Boyd paid the
fee. His supporters can't
legally sign petitions
because they are from
Washington and Wall
'Street, not from North
Florida."
Al Lawson faces
Congressman Boyd in the
August 24th primary elec-
tion and the eventual
Republican nominee on
November 2nd.


Rep. Marti Coley to speak




at Chipola's graduation


1M A R I AN NA -
Representative Marti
Coley' will deliver the corm-
mencement address at the
Chipola College's gradua-
tiiol ceremony on
Thursday. May 6.
Colev is a native of
Blouintstown who griaduat-
tl Etlt Cl hipl' .l ill 10S1.
The ceremony begins at 7
p.m., int the Milton H.
Jolnson Healtlh Center.
Parents. relatives and
friends are invited to ai
reception immediately fol-
lowing the ceremoilly.
MIore than 300 giadiu-
aites make up lthe Chipolai
class of 2010. They will join
thte ranks of more than
10.000 Chipola alumni.
Counted as members of the
class are all who completed
their degrees or certificates
from December of 2009 to
May of 2010 or who will
complete work 'during the
summer 2010 terms.
Chipola's first class of bach-
elor's degree graduates in
Nursing, Elementary
Education and Exceptional
Student Education also will
receive their degrees during
the ceremony.
Rep. Marti Coley., the
former Marti Bontrager.
iats been a lonig-time resi-
dent of J.ickson County.
She graduated froill
Chipola Junior College ill
1981. She then went on to
graduate tfromt Florida
State University in 1984
with a degree in English
Education.
Coley began her teach-
ing career ill Thomattsville,
Georgia, before moving to
Marianna in 1985 with her
husband, David. She
began teaching at Malone
High School wilere slie
reinained until 198,0. Inll
1989 Coley tl1ovted to tlhe
college level and hus beetl
with Chipoln College for
over twenty years.
Rep. Coley has champi-
oned manny pressing issues
facing local communities.
including: ntTordable hous-
ing, education, and eco-


Montford at


Parthenon


on May 13

Hill Montlford, cmididillte
elect lor Floitiin S tilite, will
he colling lto Prtht'lloll
lleilthciune of BlouillttSown
on Thursday, MLy 13, "lt
10:00 min. Light refresht
lilentis will h e served in lie
dining rooil.
Please feel fiee to collie
andLr Iteet your legislativte'
c:udlidatle, Bill Monllt d.


nomlic development.
Currently, she serves as the
Chair of the Joint
Administration Procedures
COmmittee. lt \ticeV Chair


of the Education Policy
Council. and is a member
of the Pre-K-12
Appropriations Committee.
Pre-K-12 Policy
Committee. and the Select
Committee on Seminole
Indian Compact Review.
Rep. Marti Coley was
m1.tiu'd to the late Rep.
David Coley for 23 years

until his death in March of
2005. They have three
children: Kristin. Vance.
and Hunter.
She was first elected to
the Florida House of
Representatives in 2005
and is currently seeking re-
election.


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A TRIBUTE To OuR SOLDIERS

Saluting Those Who Served Our Countrty


'4.


LOYD F. Pins ELLIS H. MELVIN JOHN M. NICHOLS
U.S. Army U.S. Army U.S. Novy
1949 to 1951 Served from Served from
Korean War 1943 to 1946 1943 to 1946
The County Record is paying tribute to the men and women who huve served our great
country in the military. If you or someone you know is o veteran living in Caihoun County
(or a veteran from the community who has passed away), please email the photo and
details to news@thecountyrecord.net or drop it off at oLt office on Cential Avenue West next
to Badcock & More. We are also receiving veteran photos trom the Supevisor ot [Elections
Office that are posted on their Facebook page.


BUSINESS


SDeadline
r y W Monday Noon

Abe Springs PHC 21102 SE Rose Place, St. Paul selling
Blountstown. Foi more
revival May 9-15 information or transporta- dinners Saturday
tion, please contact Ordean
Pastor Michael Morris Peterson at 850-447-154 or St. Paul AME Church
and the congregation of Pastor Chandra Simon at will be selling dinners on
Abe Springs Pentecostal 850-294-4498. Saturday for $6 per plate.
Holiness Church would like Contact Katrina Hatcheft,
to invite everyone for a Ms. Glenda Grant or
Revival Sunday, May 9, Quartet to sing Karen Ingram.
through Saturday, May 15. Mother's Day rehearsal
The Evangelist will be at Nettle Ridge will be May 5 at 5 p.m. and
Chad Griggs of Andalusia, Saturday, May 8. All par-
AL. Please come expecting Christian Home ticipants should plan to
and believing what God is Freewill Baptist Church, attend.
doing in the country. commonly called "Nettle Call Katrina at 674-
For more information, Ridge" and located on 3786 for more information.
please call Pastol Michael HIwy. 69 North in
Morris ,at 702-2202. Blountstown, is hosting the True Holiness to
Emerald City Quartet on
Revival at Body Sunday, May 9, at 11 a.m. hold yard sale
This quartett consists of
of Christ planned Steve creel, Craig True Holiness Church
Thomas, Jennifer will be selling chicken sand-
Revival services will he Strickland, and Jason wiches with french fries for
held Wednesday, May 5- Helms. a $5 donation on Friday
Saturday, May 15, 7:00 Pastor Ron Burger and and Saturday. Proceeds
p.mt., at tihe Body of Christ, congregation invite you to will go to the church.
Inc. in Blountstown. come and hear the message On Saturday, there will
Guest speakers will be they share of Jesus Christ be a yard sale with a vari-
Revivalist,. Founder and xi songs, ety of clothes to choose
Bishop, 11. C. Gunnii of For more information, from. The church is locat-
Gtxeenville, N.C. please call 643-8135. ed at 15965 River St .
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BASS BOAT


1989 Vision Bass boat, 15
ft., with 40 hp Mariner
motor, and trailer, all in good
condition, $2,000. Call 850-
643-8414.

TRUCK

Chevy Silverado 1500,
extended cab, V8 engine, 2
WD, has bumper trailer hitch
and gooseneck in bed, side
step and tinted windows. In
very good condition. Asking
$10,000 OBO. Call 850-
573-1615.

FOR RENT

PANAMA CITY CONDO
for rent - 2 bedroom, 2 bath
on Lagoon, across street
from beach. Sleeps 6. $150
first night - $100 each addi-
tional night. Very nice, very
-clean. No Pets, No
-:Smokers! Call Shalene at
,209-2567.

Office or Retail Space for
-rent, 1700 sq. ft., CH/A.
-across from Superior Bank
'in Blountstown. Call for
'-details, 447-0336.

2 bedroom, 2 bath mobile
-home for rent in
-Blountstown. $600. per
month, $500 deposit plus
first and last month. Call
.(850) 643-7370.
RV trailers for rent.
.Furnished water, electricity,
lawn service, garbage, mail
:service, and laundrymat
:service available. $85.00 -
$100.00 weekly. Couples or
singles only. NO pets. Call
'674-4011.

Baby bouncer, like new.
.$45; Eddie Bauer high chair,
-$50. Call 850-272-0759.


Realtor
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Klotz Masonry





Brick -Block 'Tile
Stone 'Concrete
Ken *850-214-6108

Two 1/2 x 6" galvanized
beams, various lengths,
$3.00 each. Call James at
850-272-5193.

Baby buggy and car seat,
$40. Call 674-3264.

Two four wheelers for sale,
(1) 1997 Polaris Sportsman
500, 4x4, $1800; (1) 2007
Big Bear 400. 4x4, $3200.
Call 643-6732, ask for
David.

2003 - 24 ft. Keystone
Sprinter fifth wheel with slid-
er, A/C, heat, gas or electric
fridge, gas or electric hot
water heater nice canopy
on outside, great shape.
$11,900. Call 850-557-
7997.

Set of wood twin bunk
beds. $100. wood toddler
bud with inattic:ss, S ,2j Cai
674-5943 or 812-709-1827


FARM WORKERS AND
CROP LABORERS
Bradford, Vermont Area. 2 temporary positions at Pierson Farm
Workers needed to do field work, hand wooding, hoeing, planning otci
for diversified ground crops. Will also harvest crops To start iprrox
05/20/2010 to 11/20/2010. A great deal of heavy lifting, standing.
bending and kneeling for long periods of time Wage is $9 75 per hr
Prod. standards required. Work is guaranteed for 3/41 of contract
period. Tools are provided without cost. Housing provided at no cost
to workers who reside outside of the normal commuting distance
Transportation cost reimbursed' after 15 days of 50�. of contract
period, whichever comes first.
Contact: The nearest Department of Labor Office for application and
referral. Job order number 77113. Avu . r,!r r


CHIPOLA COLLEGE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING CENTER
Basic Law Enforcement &
A Co o Crossover from Corrections
to Law Enforcement
Night Academy starts: .July 26, 2010
Orientation: July 15, 2010
Basic Corrections Academy
OPEN ENROLL IlNI'
New Fire Academy begins .July 26, 20110
AL & GA residence: NO out of state tuition
Call (850) 718 2479 or (850) 718 228(


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P.O. Box 896
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STUMP GRINDING
* Reasonable Rates
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Call Chris Nissley

674-8081 or Cell:

643-8561

Bat Houses are now in
stock!! House hold up to
100 bats. Great for those
annoying mosquitos in your
yard. $40. Call 674-3050,
Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement. Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday &
Saturday, 10:00 until 2-00.

2001 Coachman deluxe
fifth wheel camper, slide in
livingroom, full kitchen.
canopy. A/C, excellent con-
dition, $6500. Call 904-460-
5799

Computers foi sale - new
or factory refurbished com-
puters, Monitors, Inklet &
Laser Printers. CD's. CD-
ROM, CD Drives. Zip
Drives. SparQ Drive and
Software Call Russell A
Peterson at (850) 674-2958.
17785 Crozier St ,
Blountstown E-m.iil rus-
scllpe'di!nlitatib\pt lComn

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Hiring Locally This Week
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Potential
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LOST

Lost - 1 year old Australian
Shepherd, long white hair
with dark gray and black
patches. Blue marble eyes.
Shade of pink on nose. Lost
on Hwy. 275S. Missing
since April 24th. Call 850-
832-1279.

REAL ESTATE

Waterfront property - Dead
Lakes, Cypress Point
Subdivision, Lot #5, 1 acre.
Subject to legally recorded
restricted covenants. Call
850-229-6284 before 10:15
ET or 850-866-8567. leave
message.

SERVICES

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Researcher
Over 15 years experience
Deeds, Mortgages, Notary
Public Services
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YARD SALES


Two family yard sale
Friday& Saturday. 8:00 am -
5.00 pm at 6571 SW Hwy.
73, Kinard across from
Pat's Beauty Salon.
Furniture, antiques, house-
hold items, exercise equip-
ment Call 850-81-1-8421. It
any questions. Rain or
shine

Multi family yard sale
Friday & Saturday, 7:00 am
until Lots of furniture, some
antiques, lots of fish tank
items, new and used. big
grill, electric organ. flute,
what-nots. bed liens, and
much much more. This is
one you don't want to miss!!
Items will be added each
day At 208889 SE
Morningside Circle off of S.
Pear St.. Blountstown. 850-
209-9541, Weather permit-
ted each day.

Yard sale Saturday, 8:00
a.m. until 12 noon at Carr
Advent Christian Church,
20509 NW State Road 73.
Location is about 2 miles
north on Hwy. 73 from Hwy.
20 in Clarksville. Will have
large assortment of items.
Rain or shine. Proceeds to
go towards a new church
signs. 674-8025.

Yard sale Saturday, at


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850-674-4202
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"This institution is an equal
opportunity pi'r ider., and
employer."

20224 NE Marie Ave..,
Blountstown, 7:00 a.m. until
12 noon. We will have
ladies clothes, shoes and
purses, a set of dishes, a
coffee table, luggage, patio
table with two chairs, life
vest, and numerous house-
hold items. Prices will be
very reasonable. Call 674-
5139.

Huge yard, tent and
garage sale Friday &


Saturday, 8:00 a.m. until 12
noon at 18395 NE Frank
Williams Lane, Blountstown.
Bolens riding lawnmower,
46" cut. 2 push lawn mow-
ers, 3 old school desk, cus-
tom made dark pine dining
room set, with 4 mates and
2 captain's chairs, with 6'
hutch, oversized chair and
ottoman, dinette table with 4
chairs, a large selection of
a little of everything.

Multi family yard sale
Saturday, 8:00 a.m. until
2:00 p.m. at 20332 NE
Finlay Ave., behind hospital.
Household goods, adult
clothing and misc. items.


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C houn County 1 1i 4 I eiw ls purlicipating in 4-H Day at the Capitol included Jenny
Snovi !v.dk I hk ' Rlttn I ll Sundeis, Branton Vickery, Michael Wyrick, Peggy
I islii \irtil \'\'\r ! W i, )lt I iljudlow, Anthony Wynck, and Kelly Wyrick.

Calhoun County 4-H visits capitol;

hosts "Tropicana Speech Contest"


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County Tiopicono winners include (from left) Elementary
Piision Diew Willis 1st; Seth Brown 2nd; Katie
)eliveiler 3rd . Middle School Division, Chesso
C. oadman 1st; and Sawyer O'Bryon, 2nd.


L.st month for 4-H'ers was
tet 4-H Tropicana Speech
Contest which included all
4th. 5th. and 6th graders
in the county. Each stu-
JI'cnt prepared a 2-3
mmnute speech to deliver
to their class. Classroom
Wlntt'rs competed in a
1'I school winners went
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tion. We congratulate all
of our winners, and thank
the schools and teachers
who make this program
an annual success!
For more information
on Calhoun County 4-H
contact Whitney Cherry.
(850) 674-8323. "The
F-'liiil;'tionl for the Gator
Nation" an Equal
Opportunity Institution.


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