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Holmes County falls

to Vernon 34-20


Volume 118
Number 34

Wednesday, November 12,2008 www. bonifa y no w.com 50



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starting with today's News
- a change in headline style
and, most prominently, a
change in the nameplate of
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elements provide a fresher,
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for your local newspaper.
They should also make the
stories, photos and other
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to you,
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of service it reflects will
We welcome your
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Gritney Fire Department
will host a Turkey Shoot
at noon Nov. 22. Shells for
12-,20- 16- and 410-gauge
guns will be provided at $3
each.There will be turkeys
or hams as long as they are
available. If you have any
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County EMS


Baker retires

Staff Wfriter
BONIFAY A banquet was
held for Holmes County
EMS Director Wilburn Bak-
er on Monday evening at the
Holmes County Ag Center.
Baker is retiring after 30
years of service.
Baker graduated from
Ponce de Leon High School
in 1977 and shortly afterward
joined Holmes County EMS.
It was a dream come true.
"It's something that I've
always been interested in
doing, especially the medi-
cal portion," Baker said.
"I got the job as soon as I
could, which was right after
high school,"
He said a lot has changed
since he first became em-
ployed with Holmes County
EMS, including more ambu-
lances (and more modern
ambulances), two more sta-
tions, advanced life support
systems, an increased num-
ber of EMS and EMT posi-
tions and more advanced
"What we did was called
Basic Life Support," he said.
"An old term used for it was
'grab-n-go,' because we
couldn't treat on the scene

Bonifay chief

of police

Bennett resigns

TIME TO RETIRE: EMS Director Wilburn Baker, center, is
retiring after 30 years of service.

and had to get them to the
medical facility as fast as
Now EMS has the equip-
ment and technology that
makes on-the-scene treat-
ment, life-support and other
advanced medical proce-
dures possible.
His said his greatest
achievement and fondest
memories were of saving
lives, and his advice to any-
one who might be thinking
of joining the EMS should
consider the following.
"You've got to love help-
ing others and being there
when they need you," he
said. "If you've got that, it's

an excellent field to be in."
He also thanked the Hol-
mes County Board of County
Commissioners for all of
their support and assistance
throughout the years and
EMS personnel from the sur-
rounding counties for their
dose relationship together.
"Because of this close re-
lationship between county
EMS, we have no boundar-
ies as far as the fastest pos-
sible treatment and trans-
portation for patients in any
county," he said. "For that
strong bond, I just wanted
to thank them."
See video at bonifaynow.

Holmes County budget finalized

Managing Editor
BONIFAY The Holmes County Board of
County Commissioners finalized the Fiscal
Year 2008-09 budget at its regular meeting
Oct 28. The budget vote followed a public
The budget needed some minor tinkering
to add $36,685 to the general fund/contingen-
cy section of the budget. The final budget is
for $20.73 million with 9.5 mills. The millage
rate is expected to bring $3.629 million in
revenue, with the rest of the income made
up of a number of grants and the following
tax revenues:
Half-cent sales tax inmate: $16,704
Half-cent sales tax regular $399,922
Half-cent sales tax emergency:
Small county surtax one cent:
Half-cent sales tax for fiscally con-
strained counties: $881,152
Amendment 1 offset for fiscally con-
strained counties: $191,216. This is money to
replace that lost to the county through pas-
sage of Amendment 1.
State revenue sharing: $294,963
The budget also includes two grants for
$625,769 and $217,865 for construction of the
new emergency operations center on State
90 behind the ambulance station. Construc-
tion is moving ahead on the new facility, with
walls up and other work underway. Ambu-
lance fees are expected to bring in $456,000.
The overall general fund budget is $11.785
The major income for the transportation
trust fund includes the following:
9th cent gas tax: $11,314

5th and 6th cent gas tax (80 percent):
5th and 6th cent gas tax (20 percent-
Special fuel/county fuel tax: $252,091
Interfund transfer $1.194 million
Combined with balance brought forward
the transportation budget totals $2.826 mil-
SHIP grants and balance forward give
that program a budget of $1.249 million. The
work camp interest and sinking budget is
Under expenditures, the Commission
budget is $1.046 million for salaries and ad-
ministrative costs. The clerk to the board
has a $217,000 budget, the property apprais-
ers' budget is $405,000, and the tax collec-
tors' budget is $282,582. The latter budget is
largely funded by revenues.
The sheriff's department budget of $2.607
million and includes $250,810 for dispatch,
$1.180 million for personal services (sala-
ries, taxes, benefits and other items), and
$313,200 in operating expenses. The jail is
under this department and is budgeted for
$595,195 for personal services and $220,000
for operating expenses. The miscellaneous
law enforcement budget of $478,007 includes
$252,888 in work camp payment transfers.
Other department's projected expendi-
tures include:
Supervisor of elections: $242,327
Building inspector: $214,000
Emergency preparedness: $102,960
Emergency management: $45,359
Ambulance service: $1.137 million
Extension service: $134,664
Solid waste grant: $277,316. County re-
cycling gets $34,103.


IOMFAY Bonifay Chief
of Police Ronnie Bennett
announced his resigna-
tion Monday after council
member Richard Wood-
ham motioned for an an-
nouncement accepting ap-
plications for a new chief of
police because of what he
believed was poor perfor-
mance by Bennett.
The action was taken at
Monday's regular meeting
of Bonifay City Council.
Woodham began
by reporting that the
recreational center
had been broken into
again recently.
He said the locks
had been broken, the
interior was vandal-
ized beyond repair
and everything in- BEI
side including drinks
and snacks was sto-
"I said that some one
needs to be patrolling that
area on foot, because if you
just drive by, they're going
to hide, and we need to be
able to catch them," he
said. "But the only answer
I've been given is that they
don't have enough man
He went on to say Ben-
nett should be able to work
something out with his men
where he could take some
of their shifts so they could
patrol that area extensively
at night.
"In '85, we had only five
men, and even now, in 2008,
we've only got five men,"
Bennett said. "I don't know
how else to put this to you
so thatyou can understand,
but times have changed."
Bennett said five police
officers weren't enough
for what he was asking of
Woodham motioned for
a set date for applications
to be accepted and a date
set for recommendations
to be made by a board after
Council member Joann
Fbxworth seconded the
"This is the part of our
job that isn't not pleas-
ant, but something has to
change or we're never go-
ing to move forward," Fox-
worth said.
The Council cembers
had started voting, with
Mayor Eddie Sims vot-
ing "no," when Bennett
stopped them and an-
nounced that he was re-
signing as of Wednesday.
"I want you to know that
I appreciate the leniency

that you've given me," he
said. "I've enjoyed working
with all of you." Bennett
then left the meeting.
The board accepted his
resignation and approved
that applications for the po-
sition will be accepted until
Jan. 12, 2009, and a recom-
mendation for a new chief
would be made by Feb. 9.
Joe Salas is the assistant

In other business
Council approved the
final reading of increase in
garbage rates, and
Waste Management
finalized its official
start date as Dec. 1.
Before that date,
the new trash cans
will be delivered,
but they will have
a sticker on the
NNETT cans recommend-
ing residents not
use them until their
start date.
For additional trash
cans, orders can be placed
at the cost of $6-$6.50 per
can, though it isn't recom-
mended that one would do
so until given the chance to
see the cans.
The cans are 96 gallons,
making them almost three
times larger than the stan-
dard 33-gallon trash can.
More information on
pick-up dates will be in-
cluded in the billing infor-
Ray Brooks, resident
of Holmes County, inquired
about having a separate
water meter put in on his
property for his irrigation
City Clerk Jeri Gibson
said quite a few people
have inquired about sepa-
rating the water used for
irrigation from the bills
for the water used in their
This is because along
with the water used in the
home is the sewage and
impact fees, and to add wa-
ter being used in the yard
or field is expensive after a
The council approved
that if any resident wishes
to have a separate water
meter put in for irrigation,
the estimated total for the
new meter, labor and other
fees for installation is $350.
For more information
on another water meter,
call City Hall.
a The Fire Department
will be having its annual
Boot Drive from 8 a.m.
to noon Nov. 22 at the in-
tersection of State 90 and
State 79, for the upcoming
children's toy drive.

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HC Health Department gives annual update

Managing Editor

IONIFAY It's been a busy
last few weeks for the Holmes
County Health Department,
and according to director
Holly Segers, that's only the
beginning. Segers reported
on the department's activi-
ties at the Oct. 28 meeting of
the Holmes County Board of
County Commissioners.
The department recently
sponsored the Baby Bash in
downtown Bonifay, as well
as flu shots at the Ag Center,
Ponce de Leon and Noma
Town HaIL
On Oct. 31, they sponsored
a "Grim Reaper" display at
the County Courthouse, us-
ing 88 pairs of shoes to show
the average number of peo-
ple who die each day in Flor-
ida from tobacco-related ill-
nesses. The department also
will host the Great American
Smokeout on Nov. 20 at Boni-
fay Middle school, Ponce de
Leon High School and Poplar
Springs School with featured
speaker Dave Goerlitz, the
former "Winston Man" from
On Dee. 16, the depart-
ment will sponsor the Rein-
deer Run for PINK to raise
funds for mammograms.
This will be a 3.2-kilometer
walk and run.
The department also is
sponsoring its Fit for Life
classes for just $15. The 12-
week course provides infor-
mation on nutrition, exercise
and other subjects. The de-
partment will begin its diabe-
tes classes again early next
For more information, call

Whelkhdr basketbal
game scheduled
A wheelchair basketball
game will be at 6 p.m. Satur-
day, Nov 15, at the Ponce de
Leon old gym. It will feature
area athletes who would like
to try their hand at shooting
baskets from a wheelchair
Admission will be $5 for
adults and $2.50 for students.
Children 5 and under will get
in free. Hamburgers and hot
dogs will be sold, along with
other concessions. Proceeds
will benefit the Ponce de
Leon Old Gym Roof Ftnd.
Anyone who would like
to participate may contact
Ricky Byrd or Sheena Houg-
land at (850) 836-4010 or shee-
For more information,
contact the City of Ponce de
Leon at (850) 836-4361 or fax
(850) 836-4843. You also may
call Harold Cassidy at (850)
8364788 or Theresa Miller at
(850) 836-5217 for more infor-

Farm Bureau to
celebrate Frm-City
ture is one of Florida's largest
industries, an industry not of-
ten understood by Florida's
growing urban population.
Farm-City Week 2008 focuses
on promoting better under-
standing between farm and
city residents. This year's ob-
servance extends from Nov.
Holmes County Farm Bu-
reau will be hosting a Farm-
City dinner Thesday, Nov. 18,
at the Ag Center in Bonifay
to recognize the importance

of the connection and
partnership that exists
between rural farmers
and urban residents.
More than 16,000
communities participate
in the United States and
Canada. Farm-City Week
has won the Freedom
Foundation's Distin-
guished Service Award
and the Silver Anvil
Award from the Pub-
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For more information
about Farm-City Week,
contact Raymon Thomas
at 547-4227 at Holmes

County Farm Bureau.
Holmes County Farm
Bureau represents agri-
cultural interests in Hol-
mes County. Its mission
is to implement policies
that are developed by
members and provide
programs that will im-
prove economic well-be-
ing and quality of life for
farmers and ranchers.
More information
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county Farm Bureau of-
fices at 1108 N. Waukesha
St. in Bonifay and httpW

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was taken from marriage li-
cense applications issued by
the clerk's office at the Holmes
County Courthouse from the
week of Nov. 3-7.
Robert Earl Strickland, 7-
12-52, and Karen Marie Austin,
10-25-55, both of Vernon.
Jeremy Scott Marlin, B-20-
73, and Cynthia KI Neal, 12-15-
56, both of Chipley.
Clinton Wayne Smith Sr, 2-
21-69, and Ruby Helene Alday,
11-3-77, both of Westville.
Mark Phillips Chambers, 7-
29-83, of Federalsburg, Md, and
Jennifer Ann Borel, 11-20-83, of
Alexandria, Va.
Edward Brian Forehand,

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ginia Renee Adams, 8-14-81, of
Richard Eugene Robert Jr.,
10-2-76, of Chipley and Julie
Marie Summerlin, 4-9-76, of
Geneva, Ala.
Jason Logan Manuel, 7-24-
86, and Juliann Victoria Pettis,
6-26-87, both of Bonifay.
William Joseph Seigler, 7-
16-55, and Kelley Kathlene
Lanzarotta, 9-24-64, both of
Edwin Medina Jr., 5-29-71, of
Orlando and Amber Michelle
Short, 8-11-85, of Vernon.
Kevin Jon Reeves, 2-9-
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TOWN OF ESTO will be having city
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Member Seats 2 and 4. Voting will be
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Qualifying is Nov. 17th thru Nov.

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Bonifay Elementary School
Receives Grant
Bonifay Elementary School
has received a $500 grant
from the Exxon Mobil
Educational Alliance Program
to support the school's math
and science programs. Kim
Cooper of Express Lane
presented Carmen Bush of
Bonifay Elementary School
the check. Kim worked with
school officials to secure the
grant which is one of 4,000
available to schools across
the country served by Exxon
or Mobil stations. The grants were made possible by funding
from the Exxon Mobil Corporation.
"Bonifay Elementary School works hard to make learning
interesting and fun," said Kim Cooper. "As an Exxon retailer, I
am proud to help young people of Holmes County."
The Exxon Mobile Educational Alliance program is designed
to provide Exxon and Mobil retailers with an opportunity to
invest in the future of their communities through educational
grants to neighborhood schools. Exxon Mobil believes that, as
members of the community, local retailers are best qualified
to work with local educators to help identify schools and
programs most in need of support.
Manager Kim Cooper of Express Lane met stringent eligibility
criteria before applying for and being awarded this grant,
including having a commitment to provide a superior buying
experience for customers.

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Of superheroes



All the time I get passed those email surveys. They're
fun to read and sometimes offer a nice diversion from
anything I'm really supposed to be doing. I've noticed,
however, that these surveys aren't very deep. I mean
really, who wants to know whether I wear boxers or
briefs? Please.
I've come up with an alternative survey. A survey that
digs deep and asks the hard questions.
I've written the questions that we
want answers to, but are too afraid to
ask. I don't want to leave you hanging.
Here is a new and improved survey. And
I've included my answers too.
What is your name: Andrew Hollinger
(This question is mandatory.)
What do you wish your name was:
Krawl the Warrior King
ONE WORD Single or Taken: Most definitely taken.
AnAew Hollmge Married in December 2005, eight months
and going strong, Her name is Wendy.
Do you like macaroni and cheese: Of
course. Doesn't everybody enjoy a good helping of mac
and cheese?
Should people who don't like macaroni and cheese
face capitol punishment: I don't know about capitol
punishment, that seems kind of harsh. But I do think
being dunked in a vat of spaghetti and forced to watch a
seven-hour marathon of 'The Best of Barney' is in order.
Do you know what the word 'Lilliputian' means: Yes
I do.
Do you know where the word 'Lilliputian' comes
from: Yes I do.
If you could be president of any country which
country would it be: Texas, it's like a whole 'nother
Who would win in a fight between Batman,
Superman, Spiderman, and GrammarMan: Urn, duh.
GrammarMan would win. Because he is, like, for real.
He could just erase the others from their silly comic
book pages. (Wendy knows GrammarMan's identity.)
Do your ears hang low: No
Do they wobble to and fro: No
Can you tie them in a knot, or how about a bow:
Absolutely not. (Is it just me, or have the last three
questions been a bit silly?)
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a
woodchuck could chuck wood: He would chuck, he
would, as much as he could, if a woodchuck could chuck
George W. Bush is president number what: President
Bush is the 43rd president of the United States of
America. That makes Obama the 44th president-elect.
What is your latest philosophy: The sun will always
shine up high in the sky with diamonds while I ride
through the desert on a horse with no name because I
am King Henry the Eighth I am. Well, unless there is a
solar eclipse. Don't look directly at the sun. (I get all my
philosophical advice from Sally, Charlie Brown's sister.)
What project are you working on now. Maintaining
the INKSTAIN podcast, and preparing to teach a
creative writing seminar.
In 5000 words or less, describe what a raspberry is:
While some think it is a fruit, I've come to the conclusion
that a raspberry is the product of placing one's lips upon
another's belly button and blowing mightily.
Now your mission, should you choose to accept it, is
to write this survey into your email. Include your own
answers. Finally we will have a survey that goes beyond
'chocolate or vanilla.' It'll be the latest email craze.
And that's all I've got to say about that
Andrew Hollinger is the author of "One Word," More
information at www.andrewhollinger.com. He is the co-
author of INKSTAIN, available on iTunes.


Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
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BDI: Valve would solve tank problem

Managing Editor
PENSACOLA The City of Bonifay
recently announced its intention to
file suit against the City's former en-
gineering firm, Baskerville Donovan,
Inc., in a dispute over the City's new
water tank.
BDI Chief Operations Officer Al
Trotta and Keith Hill of BDI's envi-
ronmental department gave their
side of the story Monday. They said
they have received no papers on a
lawsuit to date.
"The City of Bonifay is a valued
client of ours and has been for sev-
eral years," Trotta said. He said that

BDI has done "a lot of extra work" for
Bonifay and has successfully brought
in some $20 million in funding. That
includes the new water tank north
of town that was built nine feet too
Trotta admitted BDI's error in
engineering the tank. Water tanks
on the same water system are nor-
mally built at the same height. He
said, however, that installation of an
altitude valve is a common fix for the
problem. Trotta said BDI offered to
install the $25,000 valve at its own
cost and to put money in escrow for
Trotta said BDI also offered to
show Bonifay officials examples of
successful use of an altitude valve.

Trota said BDI's legal counsel also
believes that the firm has offered suf-
ficient remedy for the problem and
that a court would probably not order
the tank lowered.
Hill noted that the new 500,000-
gallon tank had enough capacity to
satisfy the City's needs for the next
20 years. He said that the tank at
present could operate at two-thirds
capacity and still provide more ca-
pacity that the old 100,000-gallon tank
currently in service.
Trotta said BDI has been in busi-
ness for 80 years and is probably the
oldest private engineering company
in Florida. "We care about our cli-
ents," he said. "They are the most
important thing to us."

South Walton beats Baker in shootout

Florida Freedom Newspapers

bulled his way to pay dirt from 8 yards
out to lead South Walton to a 6-0 win
over Baker in the second quarter of
Monday's District 1-2B shootout, giv-
ing the Seahawks the district title.
Baker won the right to meet South
Walton for the title with a 6-0 win over
Vernon in the first quarter of the shoot-
out. The Gators are the district runner-
But the night belonged to the home
team, as the Seahawks made history
with their first football title.
Adams appeared to be stopped for
a 3-yard loss on his game-winning run.
Surrounded by a host of Gator defend-
ers, the 205-pound quarterback pushed
through the pile for the score with 6:50
left in the quarter.
"I was just thinking, 'Don't go
down,'" Adams said. "I have to find a
way to score here so we can win the
district championship.
"It's a big deal to win. We finally got
it done."
Seahawk coach David Barron has
come to expect the unexpected from
"We always accuse him of making


Is National

American Indi

Heritage Mont

Native American Awareness Week 1
in 1976 and recognition was expanded by
gress in 1990, designating the month o
vember as National American Indian Hez
Mayor James B. Wise has signed a
lamation making the month of Nove
National American Indian Heritage B
in Marianna. The proclamation urges a]
zens "to observe this month with approi
programs, ceremonies and activities."
Springs Society, Children of the Ame
Revolution and Chipola Chapter, NSDAI
honoring Native Americans with their Nc
ber meeting programs. The November
gram of the CAR. focused on the influer
the Iroquois Confederation on the drafti
the United States Constitution. The DAR
gram on November 17th will be "Living ii
Worlds" presented by Native American I
The National Society Daughters o
American Revolution has long recognize
vast needs within American Indian conm
ties. DAR scholarships and funds for finm
assistance to American Indian schools i
from $70,000 to $100,000 each year. DARf
various projects and operating expense
Chemawa Indian School in Salem, Or
This high school is the oldest America
dian boarding school in continuous opera
in the United States and attracts stui
from across the country. Bacone Colle
Muskogee, Oklahoma also has students
across the United States, Its renowned S
of Nursing specializes in medical prol
endemic to the American Indian popul
Bacone is supported by DAR through sdl
ships and general operating expenses.

Chipola Chapter NSDAR to mei

MARIANNA On Monday Nov. 17, the C
la Chapter, NSDAR will meet at Caverns
Church of Christ, one block north of the J
son and Kelson intersection in Marianna
Social time begins at 11:10 anm. wit
opening ritual at 11:30 ajm. Debra Bus]
bring the Native American program, "I
in Two Worlds." The Dutch treat lunch(
$11 and reservations are needed so the ca
Brenda Shiver, will be able to plan the mi
For reservations, call Dorcas Jacks
579-2103 or send an email to snoopyxiiG0O

up plays," Barron said. "But he's a
football player and that's what football
players do.
"This is what we've been build-
ing for for four years and it's what we
needed. Now the rest of the folks that
come along behind them have a high
bar to reach."
Before the Seahawk offense got
started, it was the defense that did the
job, holding the Gators to a minus-2
yards on their first possession. A steady
diet of fullback Bryant Adams, mixed in
with some plays from
David Bazylak, allowed the Se-
ahawks to move the ball 44 yards to set
up the Adams' touchdown.
Baker tried to answer when Marcus
Jones broke off a 54-yard run to give
the Gators a first down at the Seahawk
25. That was the extent of the
Baker offense; on the next play, the
Gators fumbled the handoff exchange
from Cameron Domangue to Jones,
and Tyler Brielmayer recovered it for
the Seahawks.
From there it was just a matter of
South Walton running the ball with
Cody Adams and Bazylak to kill the
clock and seal the win.
In their win over the Yellow Jackets,
the Gators took advantage of three Ver-
non penalties for 28 yards on the game-
winning drive that covered 48 yards.

The rest was by Domangue, who
had a run of 19 yards and scored the
winner from 8 yards out
The real story of the quarter was
the Baker defense that twice turned
the Yellow Jackets away on fourth-
down plays.
Blake Bollinger was a force in the
middle as the Gators shut down Ver-
non's inside running game of Belton
Snider and John Johnson.
When the Yellow Jackets were
forced to pass, Christian Mainor broke
up third- and fourth-down passes on
Vernon's final possession to help seal
the win for the Gators.
"I was real proud of the way we
played against Vernon," Baker coach
Bob Kellogg said. "We got after a very
good football team and shut them
down, which was hard for us to do the
first time.
"We didn't play real well in the sec-
ond quarter. I don't know if we just
weren't as focused, but we made some
mistakes. But the biggest problem
we had against them is they (the Se-
ahawks) are just so big."
Kellogg was philosophical about
the second-place finish. "I told the kids
you are in the playoffs and everybody
starts 0-0," he said. "If you win you
keep on playing, and if you lose you go


From left, Dorcas Jackson, Senior State American Indian Chairman for
C.A.R., Markie Parrish, C.A.R. State American Indian Chairman, and Glen-
da Bowden, Chipola Chapter, NSDAR American Indian Chairman watch as
Mayor James B. Wise signs a proclamation making November American
Indian Heritage Month.


Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Holmes County Times-Advertiser I AS

The piano column evoked a lot
interest, especially from my family.
Max, the father of Carla, the new
owner, gave me an update. Bassford
Piano Company moved the old
upright, tuned it and replaced
some of the hammers and pads,
thus eliminating the "tinny"
sound, which I thought
couldn't be corrected. Dink
used the Old English liberally
and reports that it looks
"pretty good." I am sure at
some point, they'll replace
the ivories, but for now, they
are the proud owners of a THI
1915 Howard piano, which C
they declare they are both Ha
going to learn to play. If not,
I'm sure little Madaline
Grace (Maddie) will

As a teen, I attempted to refinish
the old instrument. Not knowing
what a job I was tackling and
with no knowledge of how to go
about it, needless to say, it was an
incomplete mess. Arthur Jernigan,
who was doing some work on our
house at the time, gave me the
only instruction I had, and my
enthusiasm soon waned for the
daunting task. I guess I have felt
more than the rest of the family
responsibility for the looks of the
piano. But I am glad the Barbers
have given it a new home, thanks
to the outcry of Steven Wells, her
brother, and other Wells grands. And
I guess I take credit for being the
catalyst for the piano's change of


The main reason for the
continuation of the subject is a
picture of Max circulated at the
recent Vernon School Reunion,
which is held at Simbo's Restaurant
on the first Monday. It was a shot
of an old two-story hotel with the
words "Sunnyside Beach
Hotell" boldly printed
across the upper story. That
predates our recollection of
Sunny Side Beach owned
by the McCorquodale
S family, with whom we were
associated, but Lucille
APPW Marshall Breakin who grew
NER up in south Washington
liMs County/West Bay area
assured us that indeed there
was an old hotel at Sunnyside
at one time. Lucille, whose husband
was the late Edison Brackin, is
several years older than my brother
Jim, who worked at Sunnyside as a
Another memory I have of our
McCorquodale connection is when
our Dad brought home an Austin
Healy automobile that belonged
to Mr. Mac. I didn't know if he
entertained thoughts of purchasing
it, but having the "miniature" vehicle
for a while made a lasting impression
on me. I never got to try to drive it,
but I remember Daddy and I going
over to the St Mary's community on
a Sunday afternoon for some reason.
Returning home, we ran out of
gasoline. I can still picture us walking
along the dirt road and very few
cars on those rural roads. Perhaps

the brothers came looking for us in
the pickup. With the advent of the
Volkswagon Beetle, small cars are
no longer a novelty, but that Austin
was definitely a novelty in rural west
Florida in the 1940s.
Well, the historic election of 2008
is behind us. We all have a new
president and several new county
officials. Regardless of how we voted
or what our opinion of the candidates
was, we all have the same president,
representative, state attorney,
sheriff, school superintendent,
county commissioners and etc. Let's
all get behind them and support
their efforts when they match our
Christian convictions and let them
know when their actions conflict with
what we sincerely believe, but always
respecting the office they represent
and continuing to pray for their
It will be a pleasure to enjoy the
beautiful fall colors without benefit
of political signs plastering the
countryside. It will also be a pleasure
to miss the political advertising on
TV and the mail, not to mention the
telephone calls and polls.
Incidentally, have you noticed that
we do have a lot of beautiful color
this year? A trip to the mountains
is nice, but take time to enjoy what
we have at home. The blueberry
orchard is red, the graybeard is a
brilliant yellow, the crape myrtle,
dog wood and wild sumac add a lot
of color along with the black gum
and sycamore. Prettiest of all are the
hated invasive popcorn trees.

Post script on the old family piano

MMUINA Chipola Col-
lege will offer a variety of
short courses in the coming
An internship course will
meet from 6-9 p.m. Thurs-
days, Jan. 8 through April 30.
Cost is $191.
A Curriculum for Young
Children course will meet
from 6-9 p.m. Mondays, Jan.
12 through April 27. Cost is
An Early Care & Educa-
tion Administrative Overview
course will meet from 6-9 p.m.
Tuesdays, Jan. 13 through
April 28. Cost is $191.
A Real Estate Sales course
will meet from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays, Jan.
31, Feb. 1, Feb. 14-15, Feb. 28
and March 1, and March 14.
Cost is $250.
The following mandatory
training courses for child care
facility personnel and family
child care home are sched-
uled. Costs range from $17
to $43 depending on length of
Child Abuse and Neglect,
Feb 6,6-10 p.m.
Child Growth and Develop-
ment, Feb. 7,7 am. to 1 p.m.
Behavioral Observation
and Screening, Feb. 9 and 11,
6-9 p.m.
Rules and Regulations
(center), Feb. 16 and 18, 6-9
Health, Safety and Nutri-
tion, Feb. 21, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Gritney VFD Turkey Shoot to be Nov. 22
Gritney Fire Department will host a Turkey Shoot at noon
Nov. 22. Shells for 12-, 20-, 16- and 410-gauge guns will be pro-
vided at $3 each. There will be turkeys or hams as long as
they are available. If you have any questions, call Jerry Hall
at 373-5099.

The Holmes County School Board
will be revising school board policy
5.321 at the Tuesday, November 18th,
2008, school board meeting at 9:00
a.m. There will be a public hearing to
allow for public input on Thursday,
November 13, 2008 at 4:00 p.m. A
copy of the policy to be adopted may
be reviewed at the Holmes County
School Board Office, Monday-Friday
from 7:30 until 3:30.

Elections voting results by pre-
cinct for 2008 as reported by the Hol-
mes County Elections Office.

*Tim Brown (R): Precinct 1, 269
votes; No. 2, 228 votes; No. 3,204; No.
4, 282; No. 5, 158; No. 6, 419; No. 7, 366;
No. 8, 269; Absentee votes, 910; Early
votes, 1,293. Total votes, 4,398.
Dennis Lee (D): Precinct 1, 305
votes; No. 2, 255 votes; No. 3,292; No.
4, 290;, No. 5, 80; No. 6, 416; No. 7, 250;
No. 8, 175; Absentee votes, 861; Early
votes, 1,264. Total votes, 4,188.

Property appraiser
Bryon Faircoth (R): Precinct 1,239
votes; No. 2, 222 votes; No. 3,210; No.
4,224; No. 5, 110; No. 6,374; No. 7, 302;
No. 8, 211; Absentee votes, 803; Early
votes, 1,043. Total votes, 3,738.
*Otis Corbin, Jr. (D): Precinct 1,
320 votes; No. 2, 246 votes; No. 3, 276;
No. 4, 333; No. 5, 124; No. 6, 448; No.
7, 302; No. 8, 224; Absentee votes, 945;
Early votes, 1,462. Total votes, 4,680.

Tax collector
Kathy Rich (R): Precinct 1, 249
votes; No. 2, 242 votes; No. 3,236; No.


4,281; No. 5, 102; No. 6,356; No. 7, 264;
No. 8, 176; Absentee votes, 860; Early
votes, 1,166. Total votes, 3,932.
*Harry Bell (D): Precinct 1, 315
votes; No. 2, 233 votes; No. 3, 256; No.
4, 287; No. 5, 134; No. 6, 464; No. 7, 348;
No. 8, 265; Absentee votes, 892; Early
votes, 1,373. Total votes, 4,567.

Superintendent of schools
*Gary Galloway (R): Precinct 1,350
8 ves; No. 2, 318 votes; No. 3, 329; No.
4, 336; No. 5, 112 No. 6, 438; No. 7, 292;
No. 8,216; Absentee votes, 1,026; Early
votes, 1,280. Total votes, 4,697.
Steve Griffin (D): Precinct 1, 211
votes; No. 2, 154 votes; No. 3, 161; No.
4,228; No. 5, 123; No. 6,380; No. 7, 313;
No. 8, 222; Absentee votes, 714; Early
votes, 1,238. Total votes, 3,744.

County commissioner,
District 1
J. Wesley Adams (R): Precinct 1,
278 votes; No. 2, 230 votes; No. 3, 218;
No. 4, 280; No. 5, 93; No. 6, 409; No. 7,
316; No. 8, 221; Absentee votes, 855;
Early votes, 1,160. Total votes, 4060.
*Jim King (D): Precinct 1, 281
votes; No. 2, 233 votes; No. 3, 270; No.
4, 281; No. 5, 137; No. 6, 381; No. 7, 275;

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

No. 8, 210; Absentee votes, 883; Early
votes, 1,320. Total votes, 4,271.

County commissioner,
District 3
Jerry Cooley (R): Precinct 1, 213
votes; No. 2, 182 votes; No. 3, 205; No.
4, 221; No. 5, 80; No. 6,340; No. 7,247;
No. 8,1811; Absentee votes, 837; Early
votes, 1,091. Total votes, 3,597.
*Phifllip Music (D): Precinct 1, 342
votes; No. 2, 281 votes; No. 3, 272; No.
4, 340; No. 5, 156 No. 6, 471; No. 7, 356;
No. 8, 258; Absentee votes, 901; Early
votes, 1,423. Total votes, 4,800.

County commissioner,
District 5
Raymon Thomas (R): Precinct 1,
278 votes; No. 2, 244 votes; No. 3, 220;
No. 4, 237; No. 5, 114 No. 6, 363; No. 7,
231; No. 8, 182; Absentee votes, 881;
Early votes, 1,123, Total votes, 3,873.
*Ron Monk Jr. (D): Precinct 1, 277
votes; No. 2, 220 votes; No. 3, 256; No.
4, 321; No. 5, 118 No. 6, 430; No. 7, 365;
No. 8, 254; Absentee votes, 829; Early
votes, 1,361. Total votes, 4,431.
*Indicates winner.

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First tanker to breach Sgt. 1st Class
the Iraqi defenses. Thomas M. Harcus
We are proud of yoI US. Army
Mom, Dad & Sis 2-25-54 to 7-5-08

"Courage doesn't
always roar. Sometimes
courage is the quiet
voice at the end of the
day saying, I will ry
again tomorrow."
Day by day,
hour by hour,
we miss you!
Your wife, family
& old friends

J I.

Sgt. Joseph T. French
U.S. Army
May 2004-present

Pvt. Adams French
June 2008-present

We are so proud
of both of you.
Love and Miss You
Mom, Ed Jenny,
Hatie, LeLe, CeCe,
Charlie and

Corporal John R. Cooper
1st Battalion,
3rd Marines
United States
Marine Corp.
Corporal John R Cooper
was born at Camp Pendleton,
California, 5 September 1983.
He enlisted in the Marine
Corps in 2001 while still in high school in Bonifay,
Florida. He reported to Marine Corps Recruit Depot
Parris Island on 28 May 2002. After successfully com-
pleting Recruit Training, Corporal Cooper reported
to the School of Infantry at Camp Geiger, North
Carolina on 4 September 2002. On 6 November 2002
he reported to 1st Battalion 3rd Marines, and joined
Alpha Company. Corporal Cooper deployed to the
Philippines in 2003 in support of Operation Enduring
Freedom. He deployed to Iraq July 2004 in support
of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Corporal Cooper was
involved in Operation Phantom Fury and Operation
Citadel. He saw combat in both Fallujah and Hit, Iraq.
Corporal Cooper had extended for the opportunity to
deploy to Afghanistan.
fHis awards and decorations include: Navy
Achievement Medal, Good Conduct Medal,
Combat Action Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism
Expeditionary Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global
War on Terrorism Service Medal, Sea Service
Deployment Ribbon (2), National Defense Service
Medal, Joint Meritorious Unit Citation and Navy Unit
John is survived by his parents, Tom and Kim, his
brother Paul and sister in law Vicky. He was a good
friend and a good Marine and will be greatly missed.

Cpl. James Gasper
US. Air Force
We thank you for
your dedication to our
country and reedoms.
Nellie, Karen, Dave,
Jessica and Jason

We love you and are very proud of
you Daddy.
Thank you for fighting for us for our
freedom so we can have a safer and better
Love Matthew, Cassidy,
Datniel Zah

Sgt. Paul E. Music
10 Year Member of the Florida National Guard of Bonifay. Served a year long tour in Iraq
in 2003-2004.
Paul is a proud son of Phillip and Janice Music of Bonifay. He is married to wife Angie
Music and has 4 children Matthew 8, Cassidy 7, Daniel 5 and Zachary 2 months. Paul has
received several awards through his service time and plans to continue to serve his country.
We are very proud of Paul and the sacrifice that he has made.
-Love, Your family The Musics
Words cannot express how proud I am of you and how fortunate I am to have you as
my little brother. You are a very special person to me and I love you very very much.
Sometimes, when I think of how far away you are on the other side of the globe, it
makes me feel sad. But, then I think of what a great and brave man you are to dedicate
and sacrifice yourself to the unfamiliar and unimaginable. I want the whole world to
recognize and acknowledge what an outstanding and courageous human being that
you are and I also want them to know "THAT'S MY UTTLE BROTHER, MYHERO.r

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Holmes County Times-Advertiser I A7


Bonifay Middle School
announces itsfirst nine weeks
honor rols for the 2008/09 school

All A's
Fifth grade: Kaitlyn Cobb,
Sarah Curlee, John.Etheridge,
Quade Gilmore, Keylee Glover,
Richard Jackson, Lisa Keen,
Cheyenne King, Melea Kirk, Cole
Marell, William Morris, Savannah
Newton, Jessica Odom, Thomas
Parish, Rayanne Phelps, Cassie
Pitts, Kailyn Williams.
Sixth grade: Moneba Anees,
Garrett Cook, Clayton Cooley,
Chase Forehand, Devin Miles,
Cason Moore, Andrue Peters,
Joseph Young.
Seventh grade: Jessica Belser,
Karolanne Coates, Lenibel
Concepcion, Christian Grimes,
Emily Hamilton, Hannah Howell,
Chelsea Hysmith, Mollie Niemi,
Justin Sadler, Claire Segers, Seth
Taylor, Ashlei Yates.
Eighth grade: Trevor Bush,

Zachary Cooley, Courtney
English, Tyler Ford, Koleton
Forehand, Grant Harris,
Alexander Meintel, Bree Owens,
Lydia Sheesley, Ashley Vallejos,
Julie Wells.

A/B honr roll
Fifth grade: Sarah Emily
Anderson, Cassidy Bell, Adam
Bodie, Riel Boyce, Caleb
Brannon, Joshua Brown, Seth
Bryant, Destiny Carver, Brian
Cloud, Bishop Dean, Erica
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William Hamilton, Dakota
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Katelyn Holley, Machaelyn
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King, Amber Kirkland, Jessica
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Tanner Odell, Steven Outler,
Charles Paramore, Kylee Parrish,
Gerald Pharis, Allison Ray, Dalon
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Stewart, Holli Thomas, Linzzie
Walsingham, Harley Whitman,
Jeremy Worthing.
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Trenton Bowers, Timothy
Bowman, Hayden Cooey, Madison
Cook, Bailey Cook, Alexis Craig,
Taylor Czecholinski, Megan
Duplesis, Nick Fallon, Auburn
Fisanick, Hayley Helms, Taylor
Hemanes, Erica Hudson,
Brandon Jenkins, Ashleigh
Jones, Victoria Justice, Jonathon
Kellum, Hunter Kneller, Drew
Langley, Brittany Lee, Alyssa
Martinez, Destiny Martinez,
Gregory Martinez, Savannah
Messer, Jacob Moore, Hira
Mushtaq, Charles Osborne,
Tristan Owens, Becky Padgett,
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Dayna Payne, Tyler Phelps, Corey
Pippin, Michael Pippins, Ciara
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Canzada Steverson, Jessica
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Elliot Barfield, Grace Barnes,
Eric Bolenbaugh, Kerri Bourg,
Ouida Burlew, Sarah Chandler,
Makayla Clemmons, Dalton
Day, Brandon Gilley, Ashley
Goldsmith, Drew Hatch, Erin
Henderson, Cora Jordan, Jerrett
Kandzer, Austin Kent, Izabella
Montero, Haleigh Music, Ally
Owen, Abriana Pettis, Brittany
Pippin, Ty Russ, Madison Smith,
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Dustin Janas, Lauren Jones,
Ciara Jones, Saylor Lake,
Savannah Meeks, Mikayla Moore,
Keidra Morris, Jesse Mundorff,
Michael Murphy, Jonathan
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Pippins, Jezlein Powell, Kayla
Purkey, Denisse Robledo, Kodi
Russ, Jordan Segers, Madison
Simmons, Sierra Smith, Todd
Sparaga, Perry Storey, Lindsey
Sutton, Jacob Swindle, Crystal
ThIley, Johnny Ulberg, Stephanie
Warnock, Sam Wells, Garrett
White, Jordan Worthing,
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appreciation for the approval and confidence
that the people of Holmes County have placed
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Piercing the Human Mouth
Oral piercing has non-emergency surgi-
seen a traumatic in- cal procedures.
crease in recent years. Chipping, cracking,
The lips, cheeks, and or splitting teeth are
the tongue are popular the most common den-
sites for oral piercing. tal problem related to
Perforation of the blood barbells in the tongue.
vessels of the tongue When beaded jewelry
can cause bleeding and is in the mouth it is
hematoma formations. possible for the jewelry
Frequently swelling in to become trapped be-
the mouth developes tween teeth. The mouth
after tongue piercing. A has millions of bacteria
major possible conse- present at all times and
quence of oral piercing the risk of infection is
is the compromise of obviously high.It would
the airway from trau- be recommend to use
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of obstruction by the and that will reduce the
jewelry in the mouth, bacteria amounts found
Securing or providing in the mouth and re-
an adequate airway or duce the chance of oral
even endotracheal in- infection. There have
tubation can be chal- been reported cases of
lenging when a patient rapidly spreading oral
has a tongue barbell. cellulitis (Ludwigfs
If in an emergency the Angina) as a complica-
jewelry in the mouth is tion of tongue piercing.
not able to be removed This cellulitis can come
easily or expeditiously, on a person extremely
emergency physicians
and dentist must try and
ensure that the jewelry
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can lead to life threat-
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such as maintaining an
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the enormous swelling
in the throat area.
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the reasons for cau-
tion to be used in hav-
ing oral piercing done
in your mouth. Please
contact your dental pro-
fessional and explore
the profs and corns to
oral piercing.

Don Hersman, Jr.

Named Managing Partner

Don and Frances Hersman are
proud to announce that Don
Hersman Jr. has been elevated
to the position of managing
partner of Hersman Inc., which
also includes the Bonifay Piggly
Don graduated with honors from
Troy University and is currently
President of the Bonifay Kiwanis
He is married to the former
Dawn Robuffo and they are
the proud parents of 4-year-old
Dylan Hersman.


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, FL 32446


A8 I Holmes County Times-Advertiser

Fig Tree expands into place to enjoy coffee, sweets

By Jay Fehberg
Managing Editor
IONIFAY "Ijust thought it
might be a good place for the
community to get together
and visit and have a cup of
coffee," Joann Foxworth said
Thursday as she opened her
newest business. The Fig
Tree Coffee & Muffin Cafd
is at the corner of Evans Av-
enue and Oklahoma Street in
The cafe is in the same
house as Fbxworth's first busi-
ness in Bonifay, The Fig 'ree
Bed and Breakfast Fbxworth
said she actually thought of

opening a cafe before she
opened her bed and breakfast.
However, she remodeled the
house as a bed and breakfast
first, then decided the cafe
would be a nice match.
"I love to cook, and I love to
feed people, so there you are,"
she said.
The cafe offers a wide va-
riety of coffees and baked
goods. Cappuccino flavors
(regular and frozen) include
hazelnut, chocolate, Irish
cream, kahlula, vanilla and
others. Guests also can enjoy
hot and iced lattes, hot choco-
late, coffee and tea.
Baked goods include ba-
gels with cream cheese,

including blueberry and
roasted peanut and honey.
"Sin-ammon" rolls with fruit
topping and whipped cream
also are offered.
There also is a cake of the
day, gourmet cheesecake, ap-
ple crisp a la mode, apple pie
biscuits, low-calorie key lime
pie and chocolate peanut but-
ter pie.
The Fig Tree Coffee & Muf-
fin Shop can accommodate
parties and offers eat-in or
to-go service. It is open 7:30-
10:30 a.m. and 3-8 pmn. Mon-
day through Friday, and from
2-6 p.m. Saturday.
For more information, call
(850) 849-2171.

Owner Joann
Foxworth, local
officials and
beauty queens
get ready to
snip the ribbon
at the Fig Tree
Coffee & Muffin
Caf6. The ribbon
cutting was
sponsored by the
Holmes County
Chamber of

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the intention of the
Holmes County Board of County Commissioners,
to hold a Public Hearing at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday,
November 25, 2008 in the County Commissioners
Meeting Room located in the Holmes County
Emergency Management Building, 107 E. Virginia
Avenue, Bonifay, FL, to consider the following:
The purpose of this hearing is to receive public
comments regarding a proposed ordinance to
amend the Comprehensive Plan (CPA 2008-03-
CIE) Capital Improvements Element.
The hearing is open to the public. Interested
Board meetings and be heard with respect to any
proposed ordinance. The public is encouraged
to communicate verbally or in writing concerning
matters before the Board. A draft of the proposed
ordinance is available for public review during
normal working hours at the Planning and Zoning
Department, 201 N. Oklahoma St., Suite 203,
Bonifay, FL 32425. Written communication may
be sent to the Planning and Zoning Department
at the above address. A copy of the meeting
agenda is posted 24 hours prior to the meeting at
the above location.
Any person who decides to appeal any decision
made with respect to any matter considered
at the Public Hearing will need a record of the
proceedings of the meeting. A copy of the
minutes can be obtained from the Clerks Finance
office 10 days after the meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact the
Planning and Zoning Department at 547-3424
or 201 N. Oklahoma St., Suite 203, Bonifay, FL


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Ponce de Leon

hosts 'Hee Haw'

dinner show
Ponce de Leon High
School announces a one-
night run of "Hee Haw" on
Nov. 22.
Enjoy a walk back through
time as we visit with the
whole "Hee Haw" gang, in-
cluding Grandpa, Lulu, Ju-
nior, Roy and Buck.
Special guest appearane-
es will be made by "Dolly Par-
ton," "Loretta Lynn," "Lynn
Anderson" and others.
The performance will be
in a dinner theater setting
with Grandpa serving up
beef stew with taters and
carrots, collard greens, corn
on the cob, cornbread and
apple pie. Dinner begins at
Tickets are $15 each and
can be purchased by calling
the school at 836-4242.

Leon County to

hold bug, plant

disease seminar
Leon County Extension
Office, 615 Paul Russell
Road, Tallahassee will hold a
seminar on insects and plant
diseases from 9:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. Nov. 19.
After sign-in and an-
nouncements, Drs. Bud May-
field, forest entomologist,
and Edward Barnard, forest
pathologist, will discuss gen-
eral tree biology as it relates
to insects and disease. Dis-
cussion on abiotic and foli-
age diseases will be followed
by lunch.
After lunch there will
be discussions on root rot
and stem disease, bark and
wood-boring insects with a
wrap-up session from 2:15 to
2:30 p.m.
Cost is $20 in advance and
$30 at the door. Make checks
payable to Leon County Ex-
tension Horticulture Fand.
For more information
call 850-606-5202 or e-mail
Genice Harris at Harrisg@
For person requiring spe-
cial accommodations, con-
tact the extension office at
least five days prior to event,
so proper consideration can
be taken.

Fine Art Series


FSU ensemble
Marianna's Fine Arts Se-
ries will present the FSU Ba-
roque Ensemble, cello, violin
and flute with Ryan A. Kasten
on the harpsichord, 4 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 16, at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church, 4362 La-
fayette Street in Marianna.
The audience will meet
the artists at a reception
following the concert Dona-
tions will be accepted for the
Fine Arts Series.

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Friday, Nov. 14

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Holmes County Times-Advertiser I A9

Depending on your family's lifestyle, the
responsibility of taking care of a cat or dog
may be too time consuming. Left with the de-
sire for a pet but time constraints that aren't
conducive to a cat or dog, some people think
that getting a "pocket pet," reptile or another
exotic animal might seem like the right solu-
Unfortunately, if you have small children
exotic pets can be dangerous to your family's
"Pocket pets" are small animals, often ro-
dents that can fit into your pocket such as:
hamsters, hedgehogs, mice, rats, and ger-
bils. Though they are slight larger, guinea
pigs also fall under the "pocket pet" category.
Other exotic pets that people often turn to for
companionship include baby chickens, baby
ducks, and reptiles such as lizards, snakes,
iguanas, and turtles.
"If you have kids under the age of 5, you
should be extremely careful if you elect to
have exotic pets in your home," states Dr.
Sharman Hoppes, an assistant clinical pro-
fessor at the Texas A&M University College
of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sci-
ences. "Reptiles, 'pocket pets', baby chicks
and ducks are not always in the best health

when we acquire them, making these animals
more prone to be shedding Salmonella."
"As adults we tend to be more hygienic
then children meaning we are less likely to
contract Salmonella from exotic pets," notes
Hoppes. "Children however, are constantly
putting their hands in their mouths and of-
ten do not was their hands after handling
these animals, which puts them at greater
risk for infection."
In addition to lacking the proper hygiene
practices of adults, kids are also more likely
to get scratched or bitten by exotic pets.
"This is primarily due to the fact that
children often do not know how to properly
handle exotic pets. Not using the proper
handling techniques for these animals can
cause them stress, making them more
likely to bite or scratch. These wounds cre-
ate a point of entry for bacteria," explains
Because of the risk of contracting a Sal-
monella infection from an exotic pet, it is
important to make sure our animals are
healthy when we get them and that we main-
tain our pet's health.
"Anyone adopting exotic pets should take
the animal to a qualified veterinarian for a

wellness examination," advises Hoppes.
"Make sure your animal is healthy and not
under stress from lack of proper care and
poor nutrition. Stressed animals are more
prone to bacterial infections."
"Not all veterinarians are equipped to
treat exotic pets," adds Hoppes. "If your vet-
erinarian is not able to care for your pet, ask
for a referral to one who can."
Once you find a veterinarian that treats
exotic animals, Hoppes recommends asking
them about the proper husbandry and nutri-
tion for your pet.
"Animal husbandry refers to the proper
way to take care of your species of animal.
Animal husbandry includes how to house
your pet properly, and special needs they
may have as far as temperature, humidity,
and lighting. Proper nutrition includes type
of food or diet, how frequently to feed, and
the amount that should be fed," explains
Making sure your pet maintains good
health and employing proper animal hus-
bandry and nutrition can help reduce the
risk of the animal carrying an infection, and
thus lessen you and your family's chances of
contracting an illness from your exotic pet.

from page Al

Library: $181,455
Health is $410,722, including esti-
mated expenditures for HRS Med-
icaid ($250,000), $55,000 for the health
department, and $72,332 for indigent
health care.
Capital improvements: $872,578,
including the $387,578 courthouse reno-
vations grant
Transportation trust $2.826 mil-
Special transportation trust: $3.286
million, including an estimated $1.080
million for roads and bridges
9-1-1: $141,440
Fire control disburses payments to
the 10 fire departments and forestry.
It includes $23,000 to Bonifay, $4,500
each to Pittman, Gritney and Pine Log;
$4,000 to New Hope and Westville; $3,000
to Noma and the farm forester; $5,500
to Esto; $7,500 to Ponce de Leon; and
$20,055 to forestry. The Holmes County
Fireflghters Association gets $500. The
total is $84,055.


"Caring Hands, Caring Heart"

Dr. Timothy Klepper Dr. Dale Mitchum

Starting Monday, November 17, 2008

Dr. Timothy Klepper


Dr. Dale Mitchum

General Surgeons

will see patients in the

NEW Medical Office Building

located on site at

Doctors Memorial Hospital

Office Hours: 8am-Spm Monday-Friday
2600 Hospital Drive Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-8000

A 10 I Holmes County Times-Advertiser

Chipola College to host

jazz ensemble concert

Chipola College's Chamber Chorus and
Community Singers and the Chipola Rock
and Jazz Ensemble will host a concert,
"Tapestry of Music," in the Chipola Arts
Center on Monday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m. This
event is free and open to the public.
The Chamber Chorus, under the direc-
tion of Lenore Hample, will perform such
songs as "For the Beauty of the Earth,"
John Rutter's "Look at the World," and
Handel's "Thanks to be Thee." The Chorus
is accompanied by Dr. Josh Martin and will
also include guest accompanist Dr. Chris-
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trumpet. The 25-member Rock and Jazz
Ensemble under the direction of Daniel
Powell will swing into action with a wide va-
riety of styles including blues, swing, Latin,
rock, funk, and ballads. Marianna vocalist
Donna Paramore will join the Jazz Band for
her rendition of "When I Fall in Love."
Their CD "A Chipola Family Christ-
mas," will be on sale at the concert for $15.
Proceeds from the CD will support the
Joan B. Stadsklev Fine and Performing
Arts Endowed Scholarship. For concert in-
formation contact Anita Shealy at 718-2277
or shealya@chipola.edu


Holmes County Arrest
Report for the week of Oct.
31 Nov. 7,2008
Jerry Bittner, 64, viola-
tion of probation/producing
worthless checks.
Stephanie Bixby, 25, prin-
cipal to grand theft, principal
to burglary and criminal use
of ID card.
Daniel Boos; 34, failure to
Richard Brahmer; 63 of
Winter Haven, driving under
the influence.
Catherine Brooks; 43
of Destin, aggravated as-
sault with weapon, posses-
sion of controlled substance

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Joshua Segers; 18, willful
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Jade Nicole Simmons; 22
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Stephanie Simmons; 20
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public record certificate.
David Clayton Smith; 47
of Bonifay, violation ofproba-
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property, criminal mischief.
Harold Smith JR; 43 of
Bonifay, violation of proba-
Kevin Stover; 23 of Boni-
fay, hold for court.
Amanda Taylor; 26 of
Bonifay, fraud; illegal use of
a credit card.
Nancy Velasquez; 44 of
Bonifa, failure to appear/
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked.

To The Citizens of

Holmes County

My family and I sincerely thank
you for your continued support
that you showed me during the
general election.

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County falls

to Vernon

Staff Writer
IONIFAY Holmes County (1-
9, 0-4) fell to Vernon 34-20 Friday
night as the Yellow Jackets went
to 5-4 on the season and 3-1 in Dis-
The Blue Devils scored the first
touchdown when Danny Herberth
ran 10 yards with 8:18 left in the
first quarter. Josh French's kick
was good, making the score 0-7.
The Yellow Jackets scored the
next touchdown with Ashonvi Da-
vis gaining 12 yards with 8:38 left
in the first half. The extra point
made the score 7-7.
Yellow Jacket's quarterback
John Johnson ran 10 yards for
the next touchdown with 4:42 left
in the first half, making the score
The Devils came back when Jo-
mar Concepcion got a touchdown
from a yard out with 1:16 left in the
first half. French's kick made the
score 14-13.
With an interception by Bran-
don White, the Blue Devils had
the ball once again. A 21-yard pass

THE SWARM: Vernon defenders swarm over a Holmes County running
back. Below, Holmes County's Jomar Concepcion is met by Vernon

from Concepcion to Herberth got
the Blue Devils to the 7-yard line,
where they chose to go for a field
goal, which French successfully
hit, making the score 17-13.
Vernon made the next score as
Davis went 8 yards with 4:46 left
in the third quarter, and the extra
point made the score 20-17.
At the kickoff to Vernon, Belton
Snider caught the ball and ran 70

yards with 7:19 left in the game for
the next touchdown and the extra
point made the score 27-20.
Johnson made the last touch-
down from 1-yard and 3:16 left in
the game and Cody Small's extra
point made the score 34-20.
This was Holmes County's last
game of the season while Vernon
finishes at home against Cotton-


falls to


High 38-13

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY The Chipley Tigers
(0-9) celebrated Homecoming
Friday night but didn't celebrate
a first win of the season, falling to
Florida High (9-1) 38-10. The visi-
tors from Tallahassee took a 31-0
lead at the half in a game marred
by a first-half brawl and several
personal foul calls.
The Seminoles opened the
game with a 12-play, 66-yard drive
capped off by Kelvin Farmer's 2-
yard touchdown run and Chase
Varnadore's kick to make it 7-0.
The visitors scored on their next
drive as well as Jeremy Brown
capped off a six-play 45-yard
drive scoring from a yard out
with Varnadore's kick making it
14-0 with 3:19 left in the second
Florida High's Jordan Jack-
son blocked a Chipley punt to set
up quarterback Kyle Stewart's
15-yard touchdown run with
11:35 left in the half. Varnadore's
kick made it 21-0.
The Seminoles' Jauan Davis
recovered a fumbled Chipley
punt that led to a Varnadore
field goal to make it 24-0, with a

GAME ON: Chipley's Scott Red-
field tosses a screen pass to
Markeith Bell.

1-yard scoring run by Brown and
Varnadore's kick making it 31-0
at the half.
Florida High finished off its
scoring with 9:09 left in the third
quarter when Stewart hit a wide-
open Josh Thomas with a 38-yard
scoring pass, with Varnadore's
kick making it 38-0.
Chipley scored twice in the
fourth quarter when Scott Red-
field hit an 11-yard scoring pass,
followed by Cody Sikora's kick
with 5-22 left in the game. Red-
field hit another touchdown pass
for 13 yards with 4:17 left to finish
Chipley finishes its season
next Friday at Graceville.

Graceville clinches playoff berth

by beating Cottondale


By Josh Weinfuss
Florida Freedom Newswire

ran its way into the playoffs
Friday night
The Tigers combined
for 367 yards and six touch-
downs on the ground in a 50-
14 win over the Cottondale
The teams were playing
for second place in District 1-
1B and a postseason berth.
"That's what it's all
about," Graceville coach
Todd Wertenberger said.
"We talked about it being a
business trip."
If Friday night was a
business trip, then consider
junior Antrell Wright the
player who dosed the deal,
He ran for 196 yards and five
touchdowns on 21 carries.
Though he didn't have the
explosiveness of the gradu-
ated J.J. Laster, Wright es-
tablished himself as a power
back early and turned on the
afterburners as the game
went on.
Wertenberger said Wright
had two good weeks of prac-
tice heading into Friday's
game by going hard every
Wright had touchdown
runs of 49, 2, 17, 18 and 6
yards. The only TDs he
didn't score for Graceville
were its first, a 2-yard run by
Leron Hoover, and its fourth,
a 39-yard pass from quarter-
back Justin Miles to Florian
Miles finished with 153
yards and a TD on 4-of-8
passing. He also ran for 61
yards. Hoover pounded his
way to 75 yards on 13 carries
and Treyshaun White added
35 yards on the ground.
"They're just so much
bigger up front," Cottondale
coach Mike Melvin said.
Miles' connections with
Litim helped spread the
field for the Tigers' running
"Miles did a good job play

First quarter
GHS: Hoover 2-yard
run (Plybon run) 3:36
GHS: Wright 49-yard
run (run failed) 2:53
Second quarter
CHS: Webb 6-yard
run (Jackson pass from
Freeman) 9:26
GHS: Wright 2-yard
run (run failed) 4:26
GHS: Litim 39-yard
pass from Miles (Wright
run) 2:45

calling," Wertenberger said.
"He called a lot of his own
Cottondale's offense was
able to move the ball, but just
not far enough. Wertenberg-
er said his Tigers couldn't
contain the Hornets, so the
only way to win was to keep
Dominique Webb had 108
yards and a 6-yard touch-
down run. The Hornets' only
other score came waning
seconds of the third quarter
on a 4-yard pass from quar-
terback Jesse Freeman,
who finished with 55 yards
and an interception on 4-of-
11 passing.
Melvin and Wertenberg-
er said having FAMU High
School annually dominate
their district made Friday
night all the more impor-
Those feelings over-
flowed onto the field. As
the score got further out of
reach, taunting and verbal
exchanges increased. Not
even a second-quarter rain
shower could cool the heat-
ed feelings.
Graceville took control in
the first half aided by some
trickery. After taking an 8-0
lead, the Tigers recovered
an onside kick and promptly
scored to go ahead 14-0. On
their next possession, the

Third quarter
GHS: Wright 17-yard
run (White pass from
Miles) 8:59
GHS: Wright 18-yard
run (Wright run) 2:42
CHS: Bellamy 4-yard
pass from Freeman (pass
failed) :14
Fourth quarter
GHS: Wright 6-yard
run (pass failed) 10:37

Tigers took a 20-8 lead, re-
covered another onside kick
and scored again to go up
"We had our hands team
in, and we just mishandled
balls," Melvin said.


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Bethlehem High School seniors will host a Turkey Shoot at
10 amn. Saturday, Nov. 15, starting at 10 a.m. behind Motley's
Mall at the intersection of Hwy. 2 and 179A. Hamburger and
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Wednesday, November 12, 2008


High School
Senior Night
on Friday at
the Vernon
game. Senior
band members
were among
those honored.

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As I've said before, the people of Holmes County are gracious,
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Bethlehem grad going to Jerusal

LAKELAND Bethlehem graduate Suzanne Artley, daughter of Don and Lynda Carroll and a
senior at Southeastern University in Lakeland, has been asked to serve in a leadership role for one
of the student groups leaving for the International Studies Program in Jerusalem January 2009.
The facility is scheduled for completion, and Suzanne will be in the first group to "Walk where
He walked."
The new study program provides the unique opportunity to study Biblical history, archaeology,
the Life of Christ and current events in a beautiful state-of-the-art facility in the heart of West
Artley can earn 15 hours of credit in this semester-long program
that includes five weeks of field study in Israel, along with online
course work before and after the stay in the Holy Land. This is
her last semester before graduation.
Students can choose from 17 courses that cover ministerial
studies, history, archeology and current events.
President of the university Dr. Mark Rutland said, "Our
objective is to provide a life-changing experience that will
enrich the educational, cultural and spiritual development
of our students."
Artley recently had the privilege of serving her mission
internship in Honolulu, where she completed Surfers
Leadership School at Surfing the Nations. She was able to
spend 21 days in Indonesia offering the good news of the
Gospel to families in Bali and other islands she visited by
You can find Artley on Saturdays in
downtown Lakeland operating her booth at
the green market, where she offers Zanne's
Organics for a donation to her mission
You can see the study program online
at www.seuniversity.edu.
Anyone interested in learning more
about the program in Israel should
contact Lynda Carroll at (850) 547-

ON A MISSION: Suzanne Artlel
operates her booth at the gr ,
market in Lakeland offering
Zanne's Organics for a do ntion*
her mission work. A

IRAINIACS: The Chipola College Brain Bowl Gold
Team members are, from left, Brad Wells, Anthony
Garrett, Jordan Belser and Ryan Wells, captain.

Chipola Brain Bowl

wins championship

TAMPA The Chipola
College Brain Bowl Gold
Team went undefeated to
claim the championship
at the University of
South Florida Novice
Fall Tournament on Nov.
1. This is the second
championship in a row
for the gold team after
winning the Delta Burke
Tournament last weekend.
The USF Novice is limited
to first and second-year
college participants
including those from four-
year schools.
Chipola advanced to
the six-team playoff round
by finishing 9-0 in their
initial 10-team bracket. In
the final round, Chipola
survived a close match
with Pasco-Hernando
and won on the last
question. Next, they
faced another undefeated
team, the University
of Florida. Chipola
posted its best match
of the year, defeating
UF 350-95. Chipola
went on to win its next
match against Valencia
Community College 215-
175 and defeated St. Leo
University 300-175 in the

finals to claim the title.
Chipola averaged 304.4
points per game, holding
its opponents to 95,6
points per game. Anthony
Garrett led the balanced
attack with 435 points
(48.33 points per game),
finishing seventh in
individual scoring among
eligible players. Brad
Wells also finished in the
top 10, scoring 365 points
(40.56 points per game).
Ryan Wells, team captain,
and Jordan Belser also
had a strong tournament,
scoring 220 and 75 points,
respectively. Chipola
was the only team in the
tournament with two
players in the top 10.
The Chipola Blue Team
also had a strong showing,
finishing the tournament
with a 5-4 record. The all-
freshmen Blue Team was
led by Drew Padgett with
230 points, with Nathan
Hooppell close behind
with 190 points.
Chipola will play its
last tournament this
semester in the Academic
Fall Tournament at the
University of Florida next

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The 2008 North Bay Clan
Powwow is scheduled for Nov. 13-16
at 3733 County 2321 in Southport.
Gates open at 9 a.m. each day.
Grand entry is at 1I p.m. daily.
Sunday hours are noon to 5 pm.
There will be lots of singing,
dancing, drumming, story telling,
crafts, artifacts and vendors.
No drugs, alcohol, weapons or
dogs will be permitted.

DAR essay contest deadline
The deadline for the Daughters
of the American Revolution essay
contests has been extented to
Nov. 22. This includes the DAR
American History Essay Contest
for grades 5-8 and the Christopher
Columbus Essay Contest for grades
9-12. For information, contact
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR American
History Chairman Mary Robbins at
snoopyxii60@hotmail.com or 209-

Christmas Star Pageant to be
Nov. 22
The Christmas Star Beauty
pageant will be held at 1 p.m. Nov.
22 at the Holmes County Ag Center
in Bonifay. This pageant will consist
of holiday fashion. Cost is $25,
photo $15 and overall $15. For more
information, contact Wanda at (850)

5474810 or Bernyce at (850) 547-3474.
Fbrms can be picked up at the New
to "U" shop in downtown Bonifay

Tri-County Council to meet
Tri-County Community Council
will hold a Board of Directors
meeting at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 13,
at Simbos Restaurant in Bonifay.

EMT, paramedic programs
accepting applications
The Chipola College EMT and
paramedic programs are accepting
applications for upcoming courses.
The next EMT program begins
Jan. 12. Classes meet weekdays
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The next
paramedic program begins Jan.
12. Classes meet weekdays from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
The EMT program is an 11
credit-hour course that is 260
hours in length. EVOC (emergency
vehicle operator course) is included
in the EMT curriculum. Clinical
assignments are required in
addition to regular class hours.
Students must complete 20 hours
of emergency room work in either
Jackson ER and/or Northwest
Florida Community Hospital) and 80
hours of ambulance ride time.
Prerequisites for the EMT
program include a high school
diploma or GED and AHA
healthcare provider CPR, FDLE
background check and satisfactory
score on the college placement test.
For information, contact Keith



D. Maddox, paramedic program
supervisor, at (850) 718-2403.

Cosmetology program
accepting applications
The Chipola College Cosmetology
program is accepting applications
Nov. 1-30 for the spring semester,

'So red the rose'
by Heather Fromm, Vernon
To submit your
photo, go to www.
chipleypaper.com or
www.bonifaynow.com. Go to
"Post Your Photos" under the
News pulldown, and follow the

which begins in January 2009.
The program will accept only the
first 15 qualified applicants.
A passing score on the TABE
(Test of Adult Basic Education) is
required with program entry.
Financial aid is available. For
information, contact instructor
Paige Vanderwerf at 718-2285.

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Vernon Middle

Vernon Middle School announces its first
nine weeks honor rolls for the 2008/09
school year.

All As
Grade Five: William Bradley, Olivia
Brock, Jayde Coatney, John English,
Andrew Hess, Avery Hodges, Caitlyn
Hogue, Hannah Jenkins, Aislyn Justice,
Gregory Keister, Kristin Lucas, Ryan
Malloy, Allannaii Pate, Breanna Pate, Iva
Rogers, Rachel Schmitt, Shawn Searcy,
Christopher Thornton.
Grade Six: Kayla Rudd, Kylie Watson.
Grade Seven: Taylor Gillespie,
Courtney Poppell.
Grade Eight: Bailey Burch, Stephanie
Gibson, Alana Hearn, Caitlyn Parker,
Robert Patton, Carolyn Poppell, Kassidy

A/B Honors
Grade Five: Gregory Andrews, Gabrielle
Black, Tabitha Bourkard, James Boyett,
Austin Brady, Alyssa Curlee, Daniel
Evans, Johnnie Evans, McKenzie Faison,
Daniel Fitzgerald, Shawnee Freed, Tanner
Gillespie, Cameron Goff, Kaytlin Hall,
Haley Haller, Taylor Hammack, Tamya
Jackson, Ethan-Micah Johns, Jade Joyner,
Crystal Kolmetz, Trevor Kucsenski,
Lilkieah Massaline, Shelby McAnally,
Malcom McCray, Avery Moon, Destiny
Murray, Nathanael Pitts, Adrean Rodgers,
Ruben Salinas, Natalie Sanders, Jessica
Smelcer, Joseph Smith, Amber Tanner,
Breanna Walker, Heath Webb, Courtney
Grade Six: Amanda Alman, Leana
Andrews, Kelly Barnes, Rainey Basinger,
Carol Boswell, Michael Boullard, Sarah
Boullard, Hannah Brock, Caitlin Fogarty,
Jordan Forehand, Cheyanne Garza, Daniel
Humphries, Caitlyn Hutton, Genevieve
Kunkel, Jeremy Majors, Nicholas
McDonald, Alyssa Paris, Tabitha Peavy,
Ananda Peyton, Paige Pope, Julie Sheehan,
Kimberly Skipper, Khalil Stephens, Kolby
Stephens, Taylor Stone, Lyndsae Stone,
Hope Taylor, Kaylee Walsingham.
Grade Seven: Anthony Allen, Joseph
Bankston, Corissa Bouton, Criston
Bradley, Jaclyn Coatney, Gabriellle
Cooper, Angeleigh Donaldson, Nathaniel
Dunn, Trey Gillespie, Jamequillan
Goodman, Jennifer Haddock, Alexander
Hess, Brittney Lansdale, Brittany Malloy,
Kyle Middlemass, Travis Morris, Tyvares
Murray, Alexandra Poulos, Warren Redd,
Mara Register, Antwan Siples, Jordon
Grade Eight: Dean Bollinger, Chanice
Bowers, Kaitlyn Burke, Destiny Clayton,
Hunter Dobbs, Ansley Holland, Dylan
Kirk, Lonnie Marlow, Vincent Murphy,
Meranda Proctor, Joseph Schmitt, Austin
Selden, Kristen Wanamaker, Rachele

Vernon High School announces its
first nine weeks honor rolls for the
2008/09 school year.

All As
Grade Nine: Austin Basinger.
Grade 10: Krisinda Bouton, Marissa
Gibson, Victoria Tanaka.
Grade 11: Caitlyn Smith.
Grade 12: Sara English, Tavish
Greene, Sakib Rahman, Ian Smith.

A/B Honors
Grade Nine: Robert Baldry,
Amber Brown, Brianna Clark,
Caitlinn Corney, Kyle Dean, Bryce

Kate M. Smith Elementary School
announces its Honor Rolls for the
first nine-weeks of the 2008/09
school year.

A Honor Roll
Second Grade: Abigail Anderson,
Lily Anderson, Alana Barfield,
Connor Barrett, Jack Bau, Nicole
Bell, Austin Berry, Cody Boname,
Nathaniel Bowen, Emily Broom,
Kathryn Burdeshaw, Mikai
Carswell, Ethan Clark, Madison
Cook, Koltin Cox, Kaitlin Cumbie,
Richard Davis, Autumn Eck,
Austin Gardenier, Hank Hardesty,
Klaytin Hendrix, Jessie Holstead,
Mariyah Hooks, Joseph Jordan,
Alexander Kent, Hannah King,
Macey Kirkland, Brooke Lyons,
Ciara McEntyre, Dylan Mockridge,
Cullan Murray, Sara Padgett,
Brandon Palmer, Michael Peacock,
Mallory Ray, Dylan Rudd, Abby
Sapp, Lewis Smelcer, Jade
Strukel, Ashten Tharp, Autumn
Tuel, Kaitlyn Usery, Bobby Ward,
Jermeria Watford, Elijah Wells,
Mason Wheeler, Christian White,
Madison Woodward, Joshua
Third Grade: Tucker Alderman,
Emily Anderson, Nathaniel
Anderson, Kaitlyn Bland,
Eryn Boname, Marley Booker,
Cameron Carter, Kaci Compton,
Brooklynn Hayes, Troy Jones,
Aleya Louderback, Hunter Paige,
Mackenzie Smith, Kyndal Syfrett,
Lila Taylor, Autumn Wells,
Jamison York.

Farrar, Tiffany Foreman, Katherine
Gimenez, Samantha Gipson, Jessica
Grigsby, Lealan Lykins, Mary John
Mendoza, Jordan Perez, Racheal
Phillips, Taylor Pope, Maegen
Grade 10: Lillie Adkins, Cody Betts,
Jordan Biddle, Kimberly Carter,
Raven Dean, Taron Greene, Brittany
Keown, Eric Lee, Christina Poppell,
Joy Santiago, Tatum Alexander.
Grade 11: Alexander Anderson,
Jesse Barrentine, Amilia Bell,
Shannah Bober, Joshua Coppedge,
Tracey Creel, Brittany Davis, Eva
Frye, Jessica Hendrix, Lilla Holland,

Fourth Grade: Lane Corbin,
Olivia Davis, Elizabeth Fleener,
Grace Gilbert, Caitlin Granger,
Beau Harden, Lauryl Hinson, John
McInnis, Hannah Moore, Taylor
Munroe, Shelby Newsome, Austin
Sapp, Cynthia Smith, Zoe Thacker,
Gary Thurman, Katherine Ussery,
Ansleigh Walters.

A/B Honor Roll
Second Grade: Caleb Beckley,
Jordan Boston, Cassidy Boyet,
Emma Burton, Luke Bush, Annie
Calix, Cassidy Canoy, McKenzie
Canoy, Crystal Champlin, Nicholas
Collins, Lana Crooms, Wesley
Curry, Kelvin Dean, Joseph Elkins,
Zachary Emery, Marisa Evans,
De'Shawn Everett, Desiree'
Finch, Cortni Garvin, Jonathan
Gavaller, Joshua Gavaller, James
Gliem, Austin Goynes, Makayla
Gunn, Tyler Hall, Graften Harcus,
Alexis Harp, Trevor Hartzog,
Jacob Holstead, Adriyana Jackson,
Jennifer James, Rebecca King,
Shelby Kriser, Michael Latham,
Andrew Lawton, Carolynn Lynn,
Gabriel Maqueira, Spencer
Martin, Logan McAnear, Kaelynn
McClain, Matthew McComas,
Haley McDonald, Joshua Morris,
Raychel Oldaker, Isabella Parker,
Eyrica Pettis, Makayla Pierce,
Andrew Popchock, Amanda
Rabon, William Squires, Tyson
Sutton, Ariana Vigneault, Michael
Voorhees, Uganda Williams,
Zachariah Wilson, Kaitlyn Witalec,
Brooke Wolford, Joshua Yongue.

Daniel Joyce, Melanie Keller, Elise
Kirk, Jeremy Kirkland, Jasmine
Lawyer, Angela Pemberton, Caleb
Pettis, Jennifer Powell, Heather
Skipper, Aidos Utebayev, Dalton
Grade 12: Alicia Barnes, Cassandra
Buntin, Allyson Curtright, Hope
Driver, Matthew Finch, Sandra
Garnett, Crystal Grippo, Kathleen
Hicks, Benjamin Keown, David
King, Andrew Lewis, Ashleigh Rice,
Catherine Rogers, Tommie Rogers,
Arika Shaw, Keeli Tritz, Jamie
Waldron, Jamie Yates, Chandler

Third Grade: Justin Addison,
Breanna Brackin, Sierra Brock,
Alexandria Brown, Dustin Brown,
Justin Carter, Taylor Chestnut,
Nathan Collins, Addie Cook,
Mason Cook, Andrew Cope,
Chandler Corbin, Evan Creamer,
Austin Dixon, Kaitlyn Elkins, Tony
Futch, Alfonso Galvan, Shyzianna
Guster, Katie Hinote, Andrew
Jeffries, Kaylee Jeffries, Meagan
Justice, William Kolmetz, Anthony
Luper, Khaila Maneiro, Savannah
Pate, Wyatt Patterson, William
Price, Skylar Richter, Caleb
Sloan, Richard Spencer, Heather
Stephens, Jaqueline Stewart,
Tiffany Terrell, Jared Watford,
Jacob Whitehead, Brian Williams,
Dylan Williams, Haylee Williams.
Fourth Grade: Ryan Aycock,
Reshadd Blackmon, William
Boyett, Kaylie Brown, Maddison
Collins, Nathanael Crawford,
Alexandria Davis, Ethan Edenfield,
Lauren Finch, Sawyer Gage,
Jasmine Garvin, Nathan Glover,
Cara Griffin, Hannah Hardesty,
Austin Holley, Crystiana Hunter,
Colby James, Madison Kincaid,
Hallie Landon, Sydni Lowery,
Jonathan Malloy, Tucker Martin,
Gianna Mathews, Hailey McClain,
Travis Minton, Kristian Mitchell,
Faith Padgett, Juliann Padgett,
Kinsey Register, Ina Robinson,
Elaijuah Staten, Christian
Strickland, Angel Thompson, Sony
Ward, Charles Whitaker, Katie
Williams, Ric'Kina Williams,
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Christopher Ina Whitehead

PFC Christopher Whitehead and wife, Christie, announce the birth of their son, Christopher Ina White-
head. He was born Oct. 29 at the Fort Hood military base in Texas, weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches
Paternal grandparents are Deborah Whitehead of Graceville and Lonnie Whitehead of Chipley Ma-
ternal grandmother is Tracie Jones of Chipley. His great-grandparents are Louise and John Baxter of
Campbellton and Eva Jewell Whitehead and the late L.V Whitehead of Cottondale and Sue and Chester
Conrad of Webb, Ala.

Simpson/Segafredo to wed
Sherman Gilmore of Fort Walton Beach announces the upcoming marriage of his granddaughter; Sa-
mantha Gilmore Simpson of Fort Walton Beach to David Segafredo of Great Falls, MT. He is the grandson
of Paun Williams of Fort Walton Beach.
The wedding is planned for Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. at the Chautauqua Building, 96 Circle Dr, DeFuniak Springs.
Friends and relatives are invited to attend.

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Dean/Messer engaged

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford F Dean Jr. of Slocomb announce the forthcoming
wedding of their daughter Tara Megan to Jeffrey Michael Messer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Michael Messer of Atlanta, Ga,, formally of Geneva.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Wayne Rid-
er of Westville and Ila Dean and the late Clifford E Dean Sr. of Geneva.
She is a graduate of Slocomb High School and graduated from Wallace
Community College with a degree in nursing. She is employed as a regis-
tered nurse with Southeast Alabama Medical Center in Dothan while she
is furthering her degree in nursing.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John McGowan
Jr. of Westville, and Katie Lou Messer and the late Bryant Culbert Mess-
er of Samson, Ala.
He is a graduate of Geneva High School and graduated from Auburn
University with a degree in logistics. He is employed with SMART Ala-
bama of Luverne.
The wedding ceremony is planned for Dec. 13.


Greater Venice Florida
Dog Club Show
AKC All-Breed Conformation,
Obedience, and Rally Shows Sat-
urday and Sunday, Nov. 29 30 at
the Turner Agri-Civic Center, 2250
NE Roan Street in Arcadia.
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on abortion'

They ied to me, my
It's just a "blob," they
You're not committing
How could a'"bob" be
And so, I let them take
I was young, and so
know the
truth then
the choice I
For lost,
WES WEDBB unmarried
Let your Likh Slime With
nothing to my
I made that ftal choice
And I've never been the
rd felt thefaintest fluntter
Of you stirring in my
The doctor said "just
And with thathe sealed
your doom,
You come to me in
I hear your plaintive cry.
You gave the weakest
When they tossed you out
"That was just
A fetus doesn'tfeet
Fbr qfter all, the doctor
I took an oath to heal!"
I made my mind believe
In order to survive.
But in my heart I
"Oh God? That baby was
I've murdered my own
flesh and blood,
Permission signed and
And every day a million
Are butchered, burned,
and killed.
The devil has deceived
He's played a joke on
Our highly skilled
Are tools in Satan's
Ifonly I had known back
The truth I know today -
I would have had my
And let God make away.
Author Unknown
There are 126,000
abortions performed
worldwide every day of
the year. In the U.S. alone,
one baby is aborted every
26 seconds; 137 babies are
aborted every hour; 3,304
babies are aborted every day;
23,196 babies are aborted
weekly;, 100,516 babies
are aborted monthly; and
1,370,000 babies are aborted
As I write these thoughts,
I am very much aware that
this nation has just elected
a man to be president who
is in favor of abortion. He is
so much in favor of abortion
that he has voted against
bills that would stop full-term
abortions. If you are unaware
of what that means, it is
when a child is born alive,
and then left to die on a table.
Some of these babies even
live for up to eight hours
before they finally die.
I encourage you to pray
for this country, pray for
our president elect, pray
for our law-makers, pray
for judges, and pray for the
doctors who would perform
these procedures that such
heinous sins would stop.
This message has been
provided by Wes Webb,
evangelist, Chipley Church
of Christ, 1295 Brickyard
Road, Chipley, FL 32428,
(850) 638-2366.



Thursday night was
the date for Carmel
Assembly of God's
annual Chicken Perlue
dinner. Members
of the Bethlehem
church spend several
days preparing the
feast based a recipe
reportedly used by
General Robert E. Lee
to feed his troops. The
meal is cooked in iron
pots over open fires.
Pastor, The Rev. Tommy
Moors, said well over
2,000 people were on
hand Thursday night.

Hell is about love, choices

Let me get your opinion on a
situation. There is a man and a
woman, they have been friends
for sometime now; they often go
out together. One day, he asks her
to marry him because he says
he loves her But she answers, "I
respect you. I admire you, but I
don't love you, and I don't want to
marry you."
Now imagine he proposes to
her a second time, and she
declines again. And a third
time, she declines. Finally,
the man says, "You know
what? I love you so much
I am going to force you to
marry me. I am going to
force you to spend all of
your life with me." Now
my question is, would you TIA
consider that true love? From
Well, we live in a culture
today where many people basically
say they don't believe in hell.
They use the word a lot in their
vocabulary, but say they don't
believe it is an actual place. They
will tell you if there were a place,
as described in the Bible, that a
loving God would not send people
What these people don't
understand is, God does not send
anyone to hell, but because He
loves them, He allows them to
choose. The first thing one must
understand about God is that God
does not just love, He is love. He
is the definition of love. God is a
loving God, but He does not love
in the sense that most people
use that word today, meaning a
sentimental emotion, some warm

fuzzy feeling that is tolerant of
everything and everybody. God is
a loving God, but His love is a holy
love. His love is a righteous love.
His love is a just love. Actually
because He is love according to
Ezekiel 33:11 and 2 Peter 3:9, God
does not want anyone to go to hell.
It is actually a place He created for
the Devil and his angels, according
to Matthew 25:40.
Another thing most
people don't know or want
to forget is that Jesus
Christ himself spoke more
on the subject of hell than
any other subject The
question is; why would
He do that? Because He
wanted everyone to know it
IHALL was a real place, that God
iie Heart gives sinners an opportunity
to choose to spend their
eternity there or in heaven, a place
He has prepared for them. You
see, that is real love. Because the
real question people should ask
today is "Why would a loving God
force a person to go to heaven?"
The Bible is very clear, God hates
hell, and He hates people going
there. But God's love is so merciful
and so real, that He allows people
to choose hell if that is what they
We all know this world is filled
with people who reject God's love
every day, who have no desire
to worship God's Son, who have
no hunger to hear God's word or
fellowship with God's people. God
understands that they would be
totally out of place in heaven.
Can you imagine people who

have had no time for God, no
desire for God, no hunger for God,
can't stand the thought of going to
church and learning about God or
hearing the Word of God, dying and
ending up in heaven in an eternal
church service where 12 o'clock
never comes, and you never get
out? And spending all that time
with people who do love God and
are praising God and worshipping
the God that they never knew and
never cared for? In that sense,
heaven would be hell for them.
So in a real sense, God's love
demands a hell, because hell
is about love. It is God loving a
person so much that He gives
them that which they sought
and desired their entire life, a
place where there is no God, a
place where they will never be
confronted by his love for them or
about truth and what is morally
People often ask why there is so
much evil on Earth? The answer
is the same, God created us with
the ability to choose. If you believe
that a human being has the right
to choose and the ability to choose,
then that demands that you believe
in hell, for without hell, there is no
choice, and without choice, heaven
would not be heaven. In the real
sense of the word, heaven in reality
would be hell. If your choice is only
limited to loving God whether you
want to or not, and going to heaven
whether you want to or not, then
there really is no choice at all. Hell
is not simply a sentence that God
passes on sinners who reject Him;
it is the end of a path that is freely

chosen in this life (here and now)
day by day.
To every person on earth who
kept God at arm's length, who
has said by their actions, their
thoughts, "We don't want any part
of God or any part of His son, no
part of His salvation, no part of
praising Him or worshiping, just
want to keep Him at a distance,"
God says, "You want distance? I
will give you the ultimate distance.
I will give you an eternity totally
separated from Me." It is simply
the eternal fruit of an earthly life
that was lived totally apart from
God. But no one has to go there.
The story is told of a man sitting
in a restaurant reading his Bible,
when he heard two men arguing
at the next table. One of the men
got up to leave and as he left he
said to the other "Go to Hell!" With
that the man sitting in the next
booth reading and listening, turned
around and tapped the man left
sitting on the shoulder and said,
"I've been reading the directions
and you don't have to go, if you
don't want to."
No one has to go, but everyone
must decide for themselves and
make preparations for eternity
in this life. "For God so loved
the world, that he gave his only
begotten Son, that whosoever
believeth in him should not perish,
but have everlasting life. For God
sent not his Son into the world to
condemn the world; but that the
world through him might be saved"
(John 3:16-17 KJV). What do you
choose? Does your life reflect your


Wednesday, November 12, 2008


Washington County News / Holmes County Times-Adverliser I B5


Bonifay First Assembly

to hold bake sale

Bonifay First Assembly
of God will be hold a Fall and
Christmas bak e on Nov.
22 beginning at 9 a.m. at 1009
South Waukesha St in the
fellowship hall, Bonifay. The
Women's Ministry will have
Christmas wreaths, table
toppers and more for sale
along with the bake sale. All
proceeds will go to missions,
refreshments will be served,
call 547-0400.

Graham to preach
evangelism conference
at BCF
Baptist College of Florida
(BCF) in Graceville is pre-
paring for the annual Evan-
gelism Conference Nov. 17-19
beginning at
10 amn. each
day The Rev
Don Gra-
ham, well-
known evan-
gelist, will
be preaching
T6 Rnv. DIm during the
GrnE conference.
With 35 years
of pastoral ministry experi-
ence, Graham has served
churches in Alabama, Ken-
tucky, and Michigan. For
more information on chapel
speakers at The Baptist Col-
lege of Florida, contact (800)
328-2660 ext. 446.

mission projects and activi-
ties. "Sharing Our Best With
a Circle of Friends" is avail-
able at Selah's Grocery on
Hwy. 2 at Miller Crossroads
or call Anita at 850-547-3997
to order. The cost is $12 and
it comes with hard cover and
an easel to hold it up while
you cook.

Free coots and clothing
at Oakie Ridge Baptist
Oakie Ridge Baptist
Church will be offering free
coats and good used cloth-
ing on Dec. 6 from 8 amn. to
2p.m. The church is located
2971 Gilberts Mill Road (12
miles south of Chipley on
Orange Hill Road). For more
information, call 638-4627;
leave a message if no one
answers and someone will
return your call.

Oak Grove to host
gospel sing
There will be a bluegrass
gospel sing at Oak Grove
Pentecostal Ministries, north
of Hwy. 2 on 179, on Nov. 14 at
7 p.m. The group for this sing
will be Straight and Narrow
Bluegrass. For more infor-
mation, call 334-588-6052 or
email sandnbgrass@alaweb.

Ponce de Leon Elementary
announces its honor rolls for the
2008/09 school year.

All "As"
Grade one: Kyle Alford,
Kaeli Brannon, Colby Bryan,
Malacie Campbell, Makenzie
Davis, Cortney Freeman, Jordyn
Frost, Gabriel Gillis, Cody
Greene, Logan Hicks, Bryce
Hopkins, Jamie Jackson, Amber
Knight, Hannah Lamarre,
Larry Lightner, Chazadie
Lindsey, Hunter McHenry,
Garrett Mcvay, Billy Roberts,
Jordan Rolling, Heather
Rushing, Ariana Sasnett, Collin
Slaughter, Kyndall Tate, Isabela
J. Teck, Timothy Thomas,
Sydney Watson, Chloe Weavers,
Bryce West, Canyon Williams.
Grade two: Abby Alford,
Kaitlyn Craft, Savanah
Hougland, Joseph Kyde,
Sterling Johnson, Briar Jones,
Micah Mcvay, Cameron Paulk,
Zachariah Prescott, Hunter
Redmon, Cheyenne Skipper,
Clara Sweat.
Grade three: Ryan Eldridge,
William Epps, Ashley Meeks,
Jacob Murley, Mahaley Owen,
Madison Powell, Amanda

Rushing, Taylor Sasnett, Taylor
Grade four: Mikayla Appelt,
Taylor Brannon, Makayla
Davis, Nathan Frost, Tyler
Griggs, Breanna McDuffie,
Nicholas Price, Robert Rushing,
Mollie Sweat, Matthew
Thompson, Koby Townsend.
Grade five: Zachary Frost,
Karis Murley.

"AlB" Honor Roll
Grade one: Sean Bishop,
Dylan Bray, Dustin Burnham,
Alexis Doris, Lacey Edwards,
Tyler Gay, Hali Graves, Allen
Hudson, Sheala Kennedy, Sailor
Langner, Christopher Ponds,
Wesley Rushing, Samantha
Scruggs, Kadin Sherrer, Randall
Grade two: Erica Adams,
Ashley Bowden, Alan Carroll,
Kenadee Carroll, Justin Clark,
Kelby Contreras, Sage Cruz-
Findley, Haleigh Dunn, Natali
Flick, Ethan Harris, Trenton
Harris, Jesus Hernandez,
Gracelyn Hicks, Sadie
Honeycutt, Alexander Hyde,
William Larrick, Stacey Lee,
Michael McKinley, Gabriella
Murley, Christian Peacock,

Easton Permenter, Haley
Rodgers, Marissa Rushing,
Michael Tadlock, Patrick
Wallace, William Wallace.
Grade three: Bailey Arban,
William Bishop, Jacob Butts,
Cheyenne Carlson, Jade
Covington, Lindsay Gatlin,
Sierra Gillis, Britni Godwin,
Jesse Griggs, Walker Howell,
Christopher Hudson, Nicholas
Huguley, Charmayne Jackson,
Emily Lawson, Dylan
Mayberry, Gracie Mclean,
Cary Miller, Marissa Moran,
Mikayla Morgan, Alexander
Parson, John Powers, Madison
Rudd, Colten Short, Bryson
Slay, James Waddell, Akacea
Weavers, Alexis Young.
Grade four: Andrew Blalock,
Rebecca Bowers, Logan
Burgess, William Burnham,
Raven Leavins, Ashton Locke,
Ally Oates, Robert Austin
Shirley, Zackery Stuart, Morgan
Thomas, Christian Ward,
Chambleigh Webster, Clayton
Grade five: Jesse Armstrong,
Molly Bruce, Jonathan
Chapman, Craig Cruz-Findley,
Maycee Holmes, Adrienne
Luebano, Tyler Smith.

Bethlehem Baptist Unity Baptist to hold *
to hold cookbook rummage sale
Unity Baptist Church will
fmdraiser hold a children and youth
The ladies of Bethlehem rummage sale on Nov. 15.
Baptist Church are selling Sale begins at 7 am. at Old
cookbooks to finance their Frank's Auto Parts. -


African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME; 577 Martin Lu-
ther King, Chipley. Pastor is the Rev. Larry
New Beisel AME: Hwy. 90 in BoniFay.
Pastor is Alice Hermessey.
St. John AJME 3816 Clendons Road.
Vernon. Service on first and third Sun-
days al 11:15 am. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
St. Joseph AME 1401 Monroe Shef.
field Rd.. Chipley. Pastor is the Rev. Roy
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson Commu-
nity Road. Vernon. Service on second and
fourth Sunday at 11 am., The Rev Leon
Singleton. pastor
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 109 S,
Waukesha SI. Pastor is John Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God; County
Road 160 in the Bethlehem Community.
Pastor is Tommy Moore.
Grace Assembly of God: 567 N, Main
St. Pasto the Rev. Dallas PeNis.
Cords of Love Assembly of God:
2360 Betlehem Road, off Hwy- 276, in the
Kynesnve area. Pastor is Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God: H-wy. 79 South.
Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God: Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School. Pastor
is Charles Carlton,
Graceville First Assembly of God: 5665
Brown Sireet. Pastor Is Charles Jackson.
Lighlhujse Assembly of God, 1201 S.
Waukesha Streel (State 79) Bonitay. Sun-
day School 10 a.m., Sunday services 11
a.m. and 6 p.m., swry second Wedresday
fellowship supper. Pastor Michael Presley.
Ltte Rock Assembly of God: 1923
Hwy. 173, six miles north of Borilay. Pastor
es the Rev, Ben Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Jusl oft
Hwy 177.A north of Bonifay, Pastor a the
Rev- William Walker,
Mt. Olive Assembly of God: Hwy. 179-
A off I-twy 2. Pastor iTomas Ealum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God: Hwy.
179-A, eight miles north of Westville. Pastor
is the Rev. Clyde Smith.
New Bethany Assembly of God: Shaky
Joe Road just off Hwy 280 at Hinson's
Crossroads. Pastor is Leon Jenkins.
New Life Fellowship Assenrly of God:
695 5th St., Chipley. Pastor Vince Sperear
New Smyrna Assertily of God,Adolph
Whitaker Road six miles north iof Bonifay.
The Rev. Josh Garner is pastor.
Noma Assenoly of God 1062 Tindel
Street, Noma- Pastor is Jerry Leisz.
Norltside Assembly of God: 1009 N
Rangeline St., across frm Bucnifay Elemen-
tary. Pastor Edwin Bell-
Smith Chapel Assembly of God 2549
Smith Chapel Road, jst off Hwy. 177-A.
Pastor George Stafford.
Verncn Assembly of God Church: 3349
McFatter Avenue. Pastor Is the Rev Wesley
Wausau Assembly of God: Hwy. 77.
Pastor is Danny Bums,
Westville Assembly of God: Hwy 181
North. Pastor Is Lavon Burke.
Winterile Assembly of God: Dogwood
Lakes Road. Pastor Milch Johnson.
Abigail Free Will Baptist: Caesins
Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing Hi-s
Road in Chipley. Pastor aJesse Bowen.
Wausaeu First Baptist: Hwy, 77.
Belhany Baptist: 10 miles north of Boni-
fay on Ht.y 79. Pastor is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptisi: Hwy. 177. Pastor is
Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist Coursey Road a
half-ile off Hwy. 81 Pastor is David 1-dle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast corner
where I-10 and Highway 77 cross on the
Bonifay First Baptist. 311 N. Waukesha.
Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist Corner of
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma Street. Pas-
tor Is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist 4217 Old Bonftay
Road. Pastor Aubrey Harnon.
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 South Blvd,
Pastor is Michael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will Baptist 1387
South Blvd. Pastor is the Rev. Paul Smith.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks: 574
Buckhorn Blvd.. 17 nrris sultheasl of Chi-

play off Orange
East Pittman Freewil Baptist: 1/2 ile
north of Hwy 2 on 179. Pastor is Herman
Easlskte Baptist Hwy, 277, Vernon
Esto Frst Baptisl 1050 N May 79. Pas-
tor s Ryan Begue.
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: Church.
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980 Gap
Blvd. in Sinny Hills. Interim Pastor t 1the
Rev. George Cooper,
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249 I-y 179.
Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist Three miles west
ol Bonifay on Hwy 90- Pastor Tim Hall.
Hickory 1H Baptist: 1656 Hickory Hill
Road (Hwy. 181 N), Westvilla.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chiplsy
Holyneck Missionary Baptist: 3396
Cemetery Lane, Campbellton Pastor Rich-
ard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Bapist: 614
Bennett Drive. Chipiey. Price Wilson is
Leonia Baptist. Church is located in
northwest Holmes County Pastor is Slacy
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: 1745
Lovewood Road. Cotlordale. Pastor Is
Henry Matthews
ML Ararat Missonary Baptist: 1233
OCd Bonifay Rd Chipley, Pastor is Dr H G
Mt Zion Independent Baptist: Hwy 2.
one mile west of Hwy 79 in Esto Pastor is
Steve Boroughs.
New Begining Baptist: 1049 Sand-
ers Ave., Grac11ile. Pastor is Rudolph
New Concord Free Will Baptist: James
Paulk Road off ti-y 177. Pastor James
New Hope Baptst: Intersecion of
Hiys 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
New Orange Baptist 782 Allord Road.
Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prosped Baptist: 761 New
Prosoecl Road, Chipley. Pastor Is Kermit
New Zion Baptist Hwy. 177-A north of
HIy 2,
Noma Baplist Hwy. 175 north o1 Hwy.
Northside Baptist Intersection Hwys.
81 arid 90 i Ponce de Leon. Pastor s Ken
Oakie Ridge Baplis: Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilberts MI roacs, southeast of
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east of
Wmeua, otf Pioneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road. Pastor Phillip Gamner-
Orange Hill Missionary Baptist, 816
Sunday Rd.. Chipley Pastor if the Rev-
James Johns.
Rney Grove Free Will Baptist: 1783
Piney Grove Rd. soulh of Chopley. Pastor is
Tim Owen
Reasant Hill Free Will Baptist: 1909
Pleasant Hill Rd
Poplar Head Independent Free Will
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate.
PopIar Spriges Baptis 1098
Lovewood Road, Graceville. Pastor
John Howell.
Salem Free Will Baptist: 2555 Kynes.
vile Road (Hwy. 276) between Cotlondate
and Alford- Pasta is Donne Hussey-
Sand Hits Baptist 6758 Hwy 77 Pas-
tor is T Keilh Gann.
Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955 Highr
way 177-A, Bonilay. Pastor, Tim Shumaker.
St. Jone Free Wil Baptist St. John's
Road., Bonifay.
St. Malthew's Missionary Baptist: 4156
St Matthews Road. Caryville. Pastr is the
Rev. James Johns.
Shady Grove Bapllst Church, 1966
Highway 177-A. Borafay, 547-3517. Pastor
is Tim Shumaker.
Shioh Baptist Church located on Hwy
277, three wiles south of Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
ShiOh Missionary Baptist: 3013 Moss
Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev Marcelious
WIlls Jr.
Sunny Hills Frst Baplist: 1896 Sunny
Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Sarigle-
[Lruon Hill Baptist May. 177, a moe

souih ol Hwy. 2. Pastor is Maurice Jer"Irn.
Unity Baptist; 3274 Rver Road. Hisronos
Crossroads. Pastor is Lindsey Martin.
Verncn Fist Baptist, 2888 Church StL,
Weas Bonifay Baplst: 639 W Irdiana
Grace Lutheran: Hay 90 EastL Bonifay.
Interim pastor is Jerry Conley,
Blessed Trinity Catholic Hwy 177-A in
St. Joseph the Worker Catholic: Hwy.
77 South. Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ; 1295 Brick-
yard Road. Was Webb is minister.
Esto Church of Christ 1247 N, Hwy.
Church of God
Bonifay Chrscl of God: Brock Ave,
Pastor is John Slamey.
Tabernacle of Praise Church of God:
Hwy. 77 So lh Pastor is Vicior Fisher.
Church of God by Faith: 3012 Church
St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T, Powell.
Church of God in Christ
Yes Lord Deliverance Churc cit God in
Christ: 739 71h Streel (next to the National
Guard Armory) In Chipley. Pastor is David
Woods, J.
Spirit-Filled Church ol God in Christ:
2128 Pale Pond Rd, Cayville Paslor =s El-
der Tony Howard.
Church of God In Prophecy
Church of God of Prophecy: 13%6 W,
Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pasi r ,s Ernest
St. Matihews Episcopal: Hwy 90 West,
Chipley. Vicar is Ward $. Clarke.
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eighl miles
north ol Caryville on Hwny 179. Pastors are
the Rev. Norman and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbri Rd.,
Third Urited Holiness: 606 Wes1 8th
Ave.. Graceville. Pastor es Arthur FLuon.
Jeholvh's Witnesse
Kigdorn Hall of J.ehovahs Witnesses:
2048 Hwy, 77. Chipley.
Kingdom Hall Of Jehovah's Witnesses:
Hwy. 90. BorEfay.
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City.
Mosque available In Blocritstown.
First United Pentecostal: 1816 HI- 9D
W, Chipley, Pastor is James Caudle,
First Lnited Persecostal: 21 CO Highway
90 West, Westville. Pastor Jason Campbell.
Open Pond United Pertecostal; 1865
Hwy. 179-A, Westville. Pastor is Ray
Trinity Penrecoslat Tabernacle: Hwy. 77
between Sunny Hills and Greenhead. Pas-
or is Larry Willoughby.
True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099
Little Rock Circle, Ebro, Pastor is Louis D,
Turning Point First Unted PenteDostal:
Hwy. 90 West, Chipey. Pastor is James
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: 2201
Pioneer Road. Pastor is James Barwick.
Fith United Pentecostal Hlliness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley. Pastor
s Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor is
Evangeest B. Snipes.
Sewanth Day Advfeslli
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist 604
Mathusek SL Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Bethe-hem United Methodist Hwy.
177, look for sign.
Bonifay United Methodis: Cklahoma
Cedar Grove United Methodist: Two
nrAes.west of Millers Crossroads on Hwy. 2.
Pastor s John Hinkle.
Chipley First United Melhodist: 1285
Jackson Ave.
East Mt. Zion United Methodist: Hwy,
173 N., 10 miles from Bondiay
Lakeview United Methodisl: Hwy 279
near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview Drive. Pas-
lor Mike Weeks.
Mt. Ita Congregational Methodist:
Just off Hwy. 2 in Holmes Countys New
Hope community, Pastor is the Rev. Tom

New Hope Urwed Melhodist: State
Road 79 souh of Vernon.
Orange Hill United Methodisl:
Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road
Pastor is Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United Methodist: North of
Ponce de Leon off Hwy. 81 (look tor sign).
Pleasant Grove United Method-
ist. 2430 Shakey Joe Road, near Hinseon
Poplar Head United Methodist 1.5
miles north at Hwy. 2 cn Hwy. 163.
Red Hill Uried Methodist: State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79. Pastor is the
Rev. Buddy Pennnigoon.
Vernon United Methodist Hwy, 79.
Pastor is Johin Kramer.
Wausau United Melhodist: It-ay. 77.
Chlpley First Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768 Country
Club Blvd Pastor is Kemnelh Kelley.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Lat-
ter-day SaintsrNCth Ride, Bonifay, Florida
32425 (850)547-1254 or (B50)547-4557
Bonifay Ward. Bishop Joshua Bowen Chi-
play Ward: Bishop Chrles Murns
Courts of Praise- 1720 Claylon Road,
Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship, 844
Main Street. Chipley Pastor Joey Robbins.
Family Worship Car er: 531 Rock Hill
Church Road.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283 Hwy. 77. Pas-
tor is William E. Holman
Northwest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy. 77.
Amazing Grace Faitlh Fellowship As-
sembly: 3253 Hwy. 2- Pastkr is Bobby
New Effort Church; New Effort Church
Road, Bornay- Pastor is Brent Jones.
Chrislian Haven Finch Circle, Wausaeu
Pastor Caris Finch.
Vernon Evangelistic: Hwy. 79, Pastor
Keith Mashburn,
While Double Pond: Pastor a Michael
Liberty Church: Creek Road in Vernon.
Pastor Is Dennis Boyett.
Gracevitle Community: 1C05 E. Prim
Ave. Pastor Dale Worle .
The Word Church: 335 Alford Road,
Cotlcrdale. Pastors are Buddy and Jeanne
Grace & Glory Worship Center: 1328
Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor Debbie
House of Prayer Worship Center: 763
West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony B. McKinnie
Nor1twest Florida Christian Church:
4465 Hwy. 77 (meets Sundays at 6 p.m
for Bifte a udy). Pastor is Fred King
Moss Hill Chiurch Second and fourth
Sundays, 2 p m. Of IHwy. 279
Cornerstone Harvest Oulreach: Cor-
ner of Reno and Fanrnng Branch, Vernon
Pastors are Willis and Druoile Hagan.
Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robins Bridge
Road. Bonifay. 32425. Pastors B.T, Ow-
ens and James Bush.
Cypress Creek Community Church.
2.5 miles west of Altord at 1772 Macedo-
nia Road. Pastor is James Vickery.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnetll Pond Rd. between Wausau
and Vernon Pastor is the Rev. Teddy Joe
The Potters Hands: Greenhead at
corner of Hwy. 77 and Pine Log Road
Pastors are Robert and Sheila Smith-
Holmes Valley Community Church:
3550 Fanning Branch Road. Vernon. Pas-
tors Willis and Drucile Hagan.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Rd. Pastor Devon Richter.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207 Sapp
Road, Cotlondala.
Failh Covenant Fellowship Hwy. 277
half-mile south of 1-10.
Catyvslle Evangelistic Cenler: Wnghts
Creek Road in Carywille, lust north of Hwy.
90. Pastor is Wayne Brannon.
Someone To Care International Minis-
tries, Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Rd, Chipley. Just
2.5 miles east of caution light in Wausau.
Pastor is the Rev. S J. Curnnirgham.
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Ctuckwagon). Chipley,
Sunday services 10-:30 a-m. Pastor is Larry

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dark, no one will know of our bad actions,and that we can
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And try though we might, we cannot hide this from
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in that it reflects the true nature of the person. However,
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low us wherever we go. And, the burden of a good life is
much easier to carry around than that of a sinful one.If we
say we have no sin, we deceive
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CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes
County Library open.
9 a-n.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open
10 a.m.-12 pan. Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10 a.m.-Sunny Hills Garden
Club meets at the Sunny Hills
Community Center.
10 a.m. 2 p.m. The Vernon
Historical Society Museum is
open to the public every Wednes-
day from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. and
meetings are the fourth Wednes-
day of the month at 2 p.m.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations accept-
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club
weekly meeting, held at Blitch's
Restaurant in Bonifay.
Noon-ChipleyWoman's Club
meeting, held at club house.
1 p.m. Line dancing, Wash-
ington Council on Aging in Chi-
7 p.m.-Depression and Bi-
polar Support Group-meets at
First Baptist Church education-
al annex building in Bonifay. Call
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Ponce
de Leon Methodist Church, lo-
cated on Main Street in Ponce
de Leon.

CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County Li-
brary open.

9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
1 pJn.-6 pm.-Wausau Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10:3-11 a.m.-Chipley Li-
brary preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations accept-
Noon-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New Life
Assembly Fellowhship Hall, Chi-
1 p-m.-6 pjn.-Wausau Li-
brary open.
5:30 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at 1360 Fox-
worth Road in Chipley.
6 p.m.-Wausau City Council
meeting, held at city hail.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held
at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, lo-
cated three miles north of Boni-
fay on Hwy. 79.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at New
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
located on Highway 2 in Holmes
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Boni-

CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes Coun-
ty Library open.
1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open
9:30 a.m.-l p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes

Council on Aging provides bin-
go, exercise, games, activities,
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations accept-
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance
until 10 p.m. Music by the Coun-
try Boys. Admission $5; Children
12 and under free with parents.
No smoking or alcohoL Door
prizes and 50/50 giveaways. Re-
freshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Presbyte-
rian Church in Chipley.

8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes Coun-
ty Library open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library,
Chipley Library, Vernon Library
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at Bonifay Meth-
odist Church, Oklahoma Street
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held in the board room
at Graceville-Campbellton Hos-
pital in Graceville.

CLOSED: Holmes County Li-
brary, Wausau Library, Vernon
9 a.m.-U p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 an.m.-12 p.m. Holmes
Council on Aging provides bin-
go, exercise, games, activities,
hot meals and socialization.
11 am.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations


6 p.m 7:30 pa.-Salvation
Army Domestic Violence and
Rape Crisis Program (SADVP)
will be hosting a domestic vio-
lence support group each Mon-
day. The meeting will be held at
the SADVP Rural Outreach of-
fice at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue,
apartment one, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 pjn.-Esther Masonic
Lodge #144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located
on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.

CLOSED: Holmes County
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Li-
brary open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Li-
brary open.
11 am.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations accept-
Noon-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New Life
Assembly Fllowhship Hall, Chi-
5:30p.m. Chipley Downtown
Merchants Association, 827
Main Street
6 p.m-Holmes County
School Board meeting.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Boni-
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, First Pres-
byterian Church, Chipley

Community CALENDAR


Lottie Taylor

Jon-Ryan Covington

Lottie Alford Taylor, 68,
of Canton, Miss. Died Nov.
3 at her home. A native of
Chipley, she lived in Vaiden
and Starkville before moving
to Canton 20 years ago. She
was also a member of the
First Presbyterian Church
in Canton.
Her parents, Paul Sibley
and Jane Alford, preceded
Taylor in death.
Survivors include her
husband, Morris Taylor, a
son, the Rev. Matt Taylor

Calvit L. Walker, 96, of
Bonifay died Nov. lat Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center in
Bonifay. He served in the US
Army as a communications
officer retiring as a Major with
over 21 years of service. He
was the son of the late David
Walker and the late Magda-
lane (Crawfor Walker
Walker was the first mayor
of the city of Caryville after
it received tis charter in the
early 1960's. He was a mem-
ber of the Bonifay VFW, a
former member of the Boni-
fay Kiwanis Club, serving as
secretary, President and Lt.
Governor for the 2nd District

Dr. Walter I
Walter "D" Draughon,
Jr, 83, of Birmingham, Ala.,
formerly of Graceville died
Nov. 3. He was born in New-
ton, Ala. March 6, 1925 to
Addie Davis and Walter "D"
Draughon, Sr
Dr. Draughon became a
professor at Baptist College of
Florida in 1958 and Academic
Dean in 1960. He was also
instrumental in the school
achieving accreditation as a
four-year school and in devel-
oping the distance learning
sites for theological train-
in g.He was pastor for four
churches in Oklahoma, Loui-
siana and Alabama and was
interim pastor in 32 churches
in the Wiregrass area. A long-
time member of the First Bap-
tist Church in Graceville, he
recently became a member of

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and wife, Robin, of Jackson,
Miss.; a daughter, Jane Fos-
ter and husband, Lantz, of
Canton; a sister, Mary Alford
Bennett of Carrollton and
five grandchildren.
Funeral service was held
Nov. 6 at the church with
Breeland Funeral Home in
charge of arrangements.
Memorials may be
made to First Presbyterian
Church, Education Fund; 202
E. Peace Street; Canton, MS

of Fla. Kiwanis. He was also
a member of the Board of
Directors of the Council on
Aging and was a writer for
both the Holmes County
Advertiser and The Holmes
County Times.
His caretaker, Elizabeth
Lane, of Caryville and a cous-
in in Texas, survive him.
Graveside service was at
the Caryville Cemetery on
Nov. 6 with the Rev. Ronnie
Wright officiating. Interment
followed with full military
Arrangements handled by
Sims Funeral Home, Inc. of
Bonifay directing.

roughon, Jr.
Lakeside Baptist in Birming-
ham. He served in the US
Navy from 1943-46 and was
a member of the American
Legion, a charter member of
Kiwanis of Graceville, Gracev-
ille High School Booster Club
and a member of Florida Bap-
tist Historical Society
Survivors include his wife
of over 59 years, Jacqueline
Services were held Nov
8 in the G. Lee Chapel at
the College in Graceville with
Williams Funeral Home of
Graceville in charge of ar-
Memorials may be made
to the Walter "D" Draughon,
Jr. Scholarship Fnmd or the
General Rind at the Baptist
College of Florida, 5400 Col-
lege Drive CRCV Graceville,
FL 32442.

Jon-Ryan Beauchamp Covington,
infant son of Sarah Covington and
Jon Beauchamp died Saturday, Nov.
In addition to his parents, Jon-
Ryan is survived by his grandparents,
Bill and Susan Covington, Georgia
and Kevin Arnold, Brad and Crys-
tal Beauchamp; great-grandparents,

Hugh Segrest, Jr.

Hugh B. Segrest, Jr., 81,
of Graceville died Oct 30, at
the Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital. He was born Dec.
6,1926 in Coffee Springs,
Ala, to the late Mildred Har-
ris and Hugh B. Segrest,
Sr. He was associated with
Boy Scouts and served as a
Scoutmaster. Segrest was
a WW II Veteran and was a
Mason, Shriner, and VEW.
and Elks Club member.
He held several job titles
through out his life, was
somewhat of an Auburn fan
and enjoyed fishing.
He is survived by his wife
Patty Segrest of Graceville;
two daughters, Julie Young
and husband Lyle of Chipley,
Nancianne Watson and hus-
band Timmy of Graceville; a

Mary and Johnny Jones, Ann and
George Ragans, Jr., Pat Beauchamp
and the late Bubba Beauchamp,
LuAnn Arnold and the late Jimmy
Arnold, Diana and Bill Covington,
Sr.; great-great-grandparents, Vera
Cone and the late E C. Cone, Calvin
and Dorothy Bright, Margie Sims and
the late Jim Sims, Henry Arnold and

brother, Tony Segrest of Do-
than, Ala.; two sisters, Lydi-
anne Merritt and husband
Harold of Slocomb, Susan
Cox and husband Johnny of
Ozark, Ala; five grandchil-
dren; one great-grandson
and special extended family.
Graveside services were
Nov. 2 at Marvin Chapel
Cemetery with Dr. Jerry
Windsor and the Rev. Dan
Rhodes officiating and James
& Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.
Memorials can be made
to the First United Method-
ist Church in Graceville,
EO. Box 376 Graceville, FL
32440; Covenant Hospice,
4440 Lafayette Street, Suite
C, Marianna, FL 32446 or a
charity of your choice.

Helen S. Morrids

Helen Shiver Morris, 82,
of Graceville died Nov. 4, at
Flowers Hospital in Dothan,
She was born Feb. 20,
1926, in Graceville, to the
late Gaston George Shiver,
Sr. and Janie Ball Shiver.
She loved making beautiful
quilts for family and friends
and was a long time mem-
ber of New Home Baptist
In addition to her par-
ents, her husband Robert
Hurtis Morris, Sr., daughter
Betty Costine and a brother
Fbrrell Shiver preceded her
in death.
She is survived by her
six children, Donald Mor-
ris of Bonifay, Reba Stan-
dridge and husband J.W of
Lakeland, Robert H. Mor-

ris, Jr. and wife Diann of
Graceville, Ronnie Morris
of Lakeland, Janie Louise
Colliver and husband Bill
of Edmond, Okla., Tom
Morris and wife Donna of
Graceville; two brothers,
J.V. Shiver and wife Lillian
and Gaston George Shiver,
Jr. all of Graceville; eleven
grandchildren, twenty
great-grandchildren, five
great-great-grandchildren, a
host of nieces, nephews and
Funeral services were
Nov. 7, at New Home Baptist
Church with Rev. Johnny
Jones, Dr. Paola Bass and
Rev. Brian Taylor officiating.
Burial followed in church
cemetery with James &
Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing

Marion Whiddon Lee, 81,
passed away Friday, Oct. 31.
She was born May 30, 1927
in Greenwood to Alexander
Lynn Whiddon and Mary
Eloise Anderson.
She lived in Chipley since
1946 coming from Panama
City. Lee was a member of
the Chipley City Council for
12 years. She was of the
Baptist faith and a member
of The First Baptist Church
of Chipley and also a mem-
ber of the Womans' Club and
Friends of the Library.
Her husband Elam Wil-
ford Lee preceded her in
Survivors include one

the late Eloise Arnold, Edith Golden
and the late Millard Golden, and the
late George and Frances Ragans, Sr.
Graveside services were held Nov.
4 at New Home Baptist Church
Cemetery with Brother Dave Hing-
son officiating and James & Lip-
ford Funeral Home in Graceville

Marion W. Lee

son, E.W Lee Jr. and wife
Ana from Salt Lake City,
Utah; one daughter, Lynn
Cunill and husband Buddy
from Tallahassee; three
grandchildren and one
Funeral services were
held Nov. 3 in the funeral
home's Brickyard Chapel
with the Revs. Price Wilson
and Mike Orr officiating.
Interment followed at
Glenwood Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home direct-
In lieu of flowers: dona-
tions may be made to City
of Chipley Flag Fund at 20.
Box 1007, Chipley, Fl 32428.

Jake T. Roesler

Jake Thomen Roesler,
82, of Chipley, died Monday,
Oct. 27, at a local nursing
facility. He was born in
New Orleans, LA on July
11, 1926 to the late Gilbert
Jonathan and May Thomen
A cousin, Shirley Cra-
mer of Topeka, Kans.; and a

niece, Christina of Panama
City, survive him.
Memoralization was by
cremation with his ashes
scattered on the Massalina
Bayou. Expressions of
sympathy may be viewed
or submitted at our online
obituary link at www.south-

Ivia Whitaker

Ivia Whitaker, 95, of Boni-
fay died Nov. 1, at his home
in Bonifay. He served in the
Army during World War H.
His parents are the late Wil-
liam Whitaker and the late
Melvina (Spikes) Whitaker.
His wife, Vilas Whitaker,
preceded him in death,
He is survived by his
stepson: Ray Carter, of
Alabama; three step-grand-
daughters, Gail Carter of
Stockton, Calif., Judy Dan-

iels, San Antonia, Texas,
Connie Carter, Stockton;
step-grandson, Rickie Cart-
er of Stockton; nine great-
grandchildren and 13 great-
great grandchildren.
Funeral service was held
in the funeral home chapel
on Nov. 3 with Raymon
Thomas officiating. Inter-
ment followed at Red Hill
Cemetery in Bonifay with
Sims Funeral Home of Boni-
fay directing.

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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

(hipola to host Spanish Language
Travel Study program

MARIANNA-Chipola College will
host a Spanish Language Travel Study
program in Samara Beach, Costa Rica,
during Spring Break, 2009.
The total cost of the travel program is
$2489, if registered by Nov. 17. A deposit
of $495 is required by this date.
The price includes: meals, lodging,
airfare, ground transportation, classes,
tours, and excursions. The program is
open to Chipola students enrolled for the
Spring Semester 2009. No prior course-
work or prerequisites are required. Stu-
dents must have, or be eligible for, a val-
id U.S. Passport. Students will receive
3 semester hours credit for attending
regular one hour per week classes on
campus beginning Jan. 7, 2009 plus par-
ticipate in an 8 day program of intensive
language study in Samara Beach, Costa
Rica during Spring Break, 2009. The
dates for travel are March 29 through
April 5,2009.
The course, LAS 1950: Latin Ameri-
can Travel Study, is designed to satisfy
the multi-cultural diversity course re-
quirement for graduation from Florida
State University. The meeting time for
the course is to be arranged.
In addition to intensive language
study, students will live with a Costa Ri-
can family. This will provide a total im-
mersion experience with the language
and culture. Students also receive in-
struction in cooking, Latin dance, and
surfing. Following the 5-day study pro-
gram, students will travel to Rincon de
la Vieja Nacional Park where they will
spend several days, exploring the park
with its beautiful waterfalls and hot
springs on horseback; taking a noctur-
nal canopy tour of the rainforest, and
zip-line through the tree tops of the for-
est canopy.
For more information contact Dr.
Mark Ebel, Professor of Spanish at
Chipola College, 718-2282 ebelm@chipo-

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Announcements tion. Failure to comply can POINT BEING ON THE tion obtained will be used on Plainmiffs attorney or Imn- Florida Family Law Rules before service on Plainltffs like to provide a forever
1130 Adoaplion result in sanctions. Incud- WEST SIDE OF SAID UN- for that purpose. mdiately thereafter other- of Procedure, requires cr- attorney or immediately home. Firewood-Guaranteed
1140 Happ Ads ing dismissal or striking of PAVED COUNTY ROAD); As published in the wise a default will be en- tain automatic disclosure thereafter; otherwise a de- 1/2 face chord split small.
1150 Persomeai pleadings, THENCE RUN N 05'W W Holmes County lered against you for the ofdocuments and informa- lault will be entered ~19-inches long,
1150 Lost Dated: September 30, ALONG THE WEST SIDE Times-Adverfiser Novem- relief demanded In the tlio Failure to comply can against you for the relief / ll-seasoned with Idnd-
1170- Found 2008. OF SAID ROAD 210.0 ber 5, 12, 2008. Complaint or petition. result in sanctions, Includ- demanded in the com- I g. Deiveredwithin 30 mi-
SCLERK OF THE CIRCUIT FEET; THENCE RUN S IN THE CIRCUIT COURT This notice shalt be pub- ing dismissal or striking of paint. lee. Call Howard Gilbert at
COURT 8500 W 210.0 FEE OF THE FOURTEENTH lished once each week for pleadings. DATED this October 31.
1100 By:Cindy Jackson THENCE RUN S 06W E JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND two consecutive weeks in CERTIFIED A TRUE COPY 2008.
IN 1O TECIR CTCOU Deputy Clerk 210.0 FEET; THENCE RUN FOR HOLMES COUNTING the Holmes County CODY TAYLOR, As Clark of the Court
IN THE CIRCUITOURURT As published in the N85W0 E 210.0 FEET TO OR HOLMES COUNTY, imes-Advertiser. WIT- Clerk Circuit Court BY:
JUDICIALOF THE FOURTEENTH Hom es-ve ouny STARTING POINT SAID CIVIL ACTION NESS my hand and the Holmes County. Florida Diane Eaton For Sale Oak firewood
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MES Te-Advertise October LOT BEING TE W CASE NO. seal of this Court on its By Diane Eaton D.C. As Deputy Clerk mixed load, seasoned and
AND FOR HOLMES 29 & November5,12,19, OF SE 14OF NE ., SEC- 30G-20-CA-000415 31 day of October, 2006. Dated 11-6-08. CLERK OF As published in Ihe green, spit and delivered.
CUITY FLOUIDA 2C006. TION 13, TOWNSHIP 6 CodyTaykor THE CIRCUIT COURT Holmes County 3100-Antiies all 8 7-2037
DONT O H iP i3110- AppIances Call 850-547-2037
HSvCsiM IN TEC TCOURT 0 G 1ORTGAGE :SE Rt- of the Court By; Diane Eaton Times-Advertiser Nover- 3120 Afs 16Crafts
DOROTHY LOUISE COOK OF THE FOURTEENTH WEST, HOLMES COUI VICES INC, By: Diane Eaton Deputy Clerk ber 12, 19, 28, December 3130 Auctions
DOOTHYLOUISECOOK OF THE FOURTEENTH ADepu Clerk As published in the 3, 2008. 3140 Baby Items
Pelitioner and WILLIAM JUDICIAL CIBCUIT ROF LORa 1426 JJ WHTAKER ntit. See Americans with Disa- Holmes County 3150 iling Supplies
DOLPHUS COOK FLORIDA N AND FOR RD BONIFAY, FL 32425 SHANE A.BARNHILL t be sAct Times-Advertiser Novem- 3160 aBusmss
NO ACTON FOR E C has been ied against you A. A ILL n accordance with the ber 12, 19, 2, December 1110 170 Equipment
DISSOLUTION OF MAR- WELLS FARGO BANK, andyou ae req to Defendant(s), America withDisabilities 32008. Compuler
RIAGE N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR serveacopy ofyour wrt- NOTICE OF ACTION Act, persons needing a IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- COLOR- SELLS 310 Electronics
RAGE NAe. deAESF t es, en any, to it, TO SHANE A R IL special accomodation to INTHE fOURTEENTH J I 1 320 Eeroics 6B Furniture 1342 North
WOOKL750 EASTBLVD., WITTER CAPITAL 1 INC. on Nabufo Umunn.. At- L KNOWN ADDRESS: cip inthis p IN HOLMEsG COUNT i1GetV h A 3210 Free Peass OnFw RR Avenue, Chplay. We
-tomey for Plaintiff, whose LASTKNOWhADDlSSd ontat N HOLSF COUNTYL OD 3220 furniture pay cash for clean, quality
CHIPLE FL 32428 TRUST 2002-OP1 MORT. ome for ntif. ttose 4507 Jerrilynn Larne In should contact the FLORIDA 322e-Furniture paycashfordea .quallty
CHIPLE NOTIIED TGAGE PASS-T1 MHROUGH address is 2901 Stirling4507 A. coordiator not IDAI COLOR. I 3230 Garae/ard Sales furniture. 850-557-0211 or
YOU ARlE NOTIFIED tt GAGE PASS-THROUGH adrs is 201 SlatingN le fn 7 ds .Carl nw for detnr 3240 Guns 850-415-6B66, Ask for
act D T R Lauderale, Florida 33312 T SSUN-prior to the pocd LONNIE T adbenolcdl 3250 Good Thgs to E Pasco or Carolyn
against youhandbthat you 2002-pOPIA La erdedFlodda3332 KNOWN ror to the proceeding. JOHNSON and I1 638-0212 I 32 0- Health Fitness
either wihin 30 days aLLE BARNHILL Hearing Impaired c act AUNAJ SON. 3270 Jewer ono
copy of your written de- CHARLES H, FRENCH, et,. I o t LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: o Tal 1 I 574 14 I 3270 Machinery/
tenses, if any, to it on aL --otice.or n dor e Bso 4507 Jmr Lane4 homea 5 vs. L i-i 7 4 4Equipment
DOROTHYLOUISECOOK Deafndants. Bascom, F 32423 hoa Se Case No.08-491-CA 3290- MedialEqpment Furniture & Matresses
whose address Is 750 NOTICE OF ACTION 1 h e CURRENT ADDRESSUN. As published in the 3360 Miscellaneus Low, low, low overhead
TCUA A RAeHolmes Couo l Cety LAKE WALES .. 3310-Mslusiall inuniet"m guarantees low, low. low
EAST BLVD., CHIPLEY FL TWA CAREY this Court either beore ALL UNKNOWN Times ertiser befNoverm- rIN.AT H1m1- CW 3320 -PtA Shrts/ prices. P&S Discount CFur-
32428 on or before Nov. Whose residence is: UN- seNice on Plars Alt Aor-LL UNKNOWN ber1219,2X, Nove TER,INC. WALTER 1120 320- Sl s nShru/, Chipley. (Since
iffle the alve, aid if dead, a per- U ,er PARTIESCLAIMING D BY, NEASE, BARBARA 3330 Restaurerolotel 1973) 850-3DA311
with ofthi ar ifdeadal ar th THROUGH ER,AN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NEA. COMMERCE ATTN ALLLO4ERS 0- Sporting Goods 73311
Court at PO BOX 397 ties aging interest by, will be entered ag t AGAINST THE HEREIN OF THE FOURTEENTH BANK, GE MONEY BANK, Private land owner 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sea)
BONIFAY FL 32425 be- through, under or against i ie r you NAMED INDIVIDUAL JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN and THE ADVANTAGE taking bids to cut limber
lore service on Petitione WAYNE CAREY and a or the relief demanded In DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE AND FOR HOLMES WARRANTY CORPORA- on land.
or Immediately thereallor. parties having or claiming WITNESSmy hand and OT KNOWN TO BE COUNTY, FLO-IDA T0N, Conta7-Ken
If you ail to do sotade to hae any ght title or the seal of Court ths DEAD OR ALIVE, Case No.; 0-4O6DR Defendants. 772-467-3225 or 1 0
fat may be entered interest In the property de- 24dy of Otob 2 WHETHER SAID UN-D I v i s I o n : @ gravs@aol.co 32
against you for he r scribed herein. f Ocober, 200 KNOWN PARTIES MAY Barbara Jo Day NOTICE OF ACTION Wanted Tb Buy antiques,
demanded In the petti YOU ARE NOTIFIED that C O TAYLOR CLAIM AN INTEREST AS Petitioner collectibles, gold, silver, 1 -- q
Copies of all court docu. an action for Foreclosure As ClDiark the Ea SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVI- and Clyde D. Day TO: Defendants LAKE dinnerware, collections, AA.Ply
ments in this case in f Mortgage on e ow- Clerk SEES, GRANTEES, OR Respondenl- WALES RV CENTER., INC., 170 paintings, call Al Schmndt Washingt l County
ments in this case, a Mo describgaged Onrthety Bi r isNc fOTHER CLAIMANTS NOTICE OF ACTION FOR whose last known address 850-638-7304 I 93 Joshua Drive
coding orders, are ,aila- ing described property- __A___ C ler o8- 7ea0
ble at the Clerk of the ir- EXHIBIT Acon' Cof i si LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: DISSOLUTION OF MAR- is 19189 Highway 27. Lake Small Adult Colle, Sable, rik*ard E to
cut Couts office. You THE LAND REFERRED TO Action, Co ma UNKNOWN RIAGE Wales, FL 33853; and No collar. Found in I Haley Drive to Joshua'
may review these docu. IN THIS EXHIBIT IS LO- PdeD r wenweresent tothe CURRENT ADDRESS: UN- TO: Clyde Douglas Day, WALTER NEASE and BAR- Chipley Area, Can lZ Drve)
merits uon request CATED IN THE COUNTY defendants and address KNOWN 2660 Suntake Rd. Borniay, BARA NEASE, whose 850-638-1671 W1 Fftdry & Saturday
eeph eof OF HOMES AND THE dabov- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that FL 32425 last known address is 3567 - -0 November 14 &lS
the Circuit Courts ofic STATE OF FLORIDA IN accordance with the an action to foreclose a YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Jim Kasey Lane South, 1- Edf Aucton lli9uAM urll
notified of your current ad- DEED BOOK 248 AT Americans with Disabilities mortgage on the following an action has been filed Lakeland, FL 33812: and 65 Years Accumulation Mscllaneous house-1
dress. (You mayfltle Notice PAGE 312 AND DE- Lpesons neaong a property in HOLMES against you and that you COMMERCE BANK, / Saurday Nov 22. 2008, I hnW M n 1
of Curemt Address, Florida SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS. reasonable acom Couty, Florida: are required to serve a whose last known address 9:0am/CST .Location : ac/ lectrormel
SCort Aro EGINING AT A PONT ton to paripat in this n: some adult clothing, I
Supreme Court Approved BE I AT A POIT ed should no COMMENCE AT THE IN- copy of your written do- is 811 Man Street, Kansas Stanley's Auction Bam iany computer eelati
Family Law Form 12,915.) WHERE THE SOUTH LINE a ttain d, TERSECTION OF THE tenses, iany, to0 it on Bar- City, FL 84106; and GE l-mile east of Gieenwood, ntems. sink faucets, door
sWEST LINE OF THE bara Jo Day, whose ad- MONEY BANK, whose last Florida. John Stanley sknobalocks, light fix-e
SOUTHEAST 1A OF dress is2666 Sulake Rd known address is 4125 (850 594-5200, Green kties, Agi-Fab 40 inihl
SOUTHEAST1/,. SECTION Borrtfay, FL 32425 on or Windward Plaza Drive, wood, FL. 32443 ida.
28, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, before 12/4/0K, and ile the Alphareltta, GA 30005S; and AUO44/AB491. I desi cargo stp
RANGE 17 WEST AND original with the clerk of all others having an inter- 2100 Peti, __ _d m o
LW. lshiigtonr untyr Ul 1MrJ THE NORTH RIGHT OF this Court at PO Box 397 eat in this action 2110 Pets: Free to Farm Equgpment
Washington Nouw N fIwsln WAY OF A COUNTY Bonrfay, FL 32425, before Good Home Saturday, Nov. 15. 2008,
GRADED ROAD AND RUN service on Petlltioner or Im- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that 2120 Pet Supplies I
NORTH 580 FEET TO THE mdiatelythereafter. Ifyou an action inrem to quietti- 2130 Frm Aamail 8:of 0S 1-mile, east lg Yard Sales at Coach
oles rlWi POINT OF BEGINNING., ail to do so, a default may tie to the personal property Suplies of Greenwood Florida on Todd's house, Friday and
THENCE RUN EAST TO be entered against you for located in Holmes County, 2140 -P StWiflock Hwy 69 Fort Rd. Saturday, November
THE COUNTY GRADED the relief demanded in the Florida, described as One Wanted Consignment's-Welome, 14th-15th, 8.00-4:00. 4432
ROAD; THENCE NORTH petition. 1998 Dolphin motor home, 0oh n St anley Douglas Ferry Road In
TO THE NOFRTH LINE OF Copies of all court docu- V I N (850)594-5200, 5-Points Community.
SAID FORTY. THENCE ments In this case, includ- 1GBLP37J7W3309629; AU0442AB491.
DEADLINES WEST TO THE WEST LINE ing orders, are wallable at and for rescission of an
F SOUTH TO THE POINT Court's office. You may re- chase of the subject motor Duel Resister CKC & MISCELLANEOUS Garage Sale: St. Johns
THANKSGIVING WEOF BEGINNING view these documents home andfor a serve or PR Bostn Terriers AUCTION November Rd next to W C, o
Sihas ben fled against you upon request maintenance agreement $350. 4 males 2 females 15th, 6pm. Preview @ fay, November 13-14-1191,
Deadline For News and Display and you are required to You must keep the Clerk of thereon has been filed Ready to go after Noven 5pm. 127 Main Street, 8 am., lots more tems
Av sig or Wed serve acopy of your wr- Ihe Circui Court's office against you and e ber Taking deposits Chpley, Wills Antiques & added every day. Can't
Advertising for Wedne |ay, ten defenses within 30 notifiedolfyour currentad- requiredtoservoae y now. 850-2&3-9644 or Collectabls. #A2770. mis sone!
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638-7351 bush hogging. disking,
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WiI t with the E i tine. Delivery and iLatm- Sawing Machine and Vac-
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YARD SALE! Saturday,
S8a.m., Hwy 90, righ past ARN Needed tor local
SE T James Cleaners. Baby __ Medical Practice Mon-
arnms, toddler toys fturn-da.
lH E lure, toots, households, thred, plmse send
i electronics and re. Eve 4106 Help Wanted resume to: ARNR RO,
D ylingmust go! 4130 Emnplaioyme.i Box 947, Chipley, FL.
wLamr's Flea Mart b- information For more information,
cated wy, Nort 79, Es5o, Eplase call
R.^f ^ ^ FL. Reopened Thursday - WANTIE8-10
Friday, 8.3, Saturday 8-12. r 111-
Bargins, Bargins MedicafHeaft
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8:00-Noon. Clothes, ladles Peanut MicroSpine
formal wear. make up. The leader in Minimally
i o A r ni gt r Isnvasie Spinal Surgery
rd Sale lots of womenI Auditor job opening for' is seeking full & part
new clothing and all slifts. Experience I time. Exp. necessary.
as also second m r& ApplyIFaxresume to Adminis-
t h ehand. 2351 R Carte Comfo Inn & 'tration: 850-892-4123,
Parkwayonay, 8-4, mn@ ro
urday 15th, SundayI. _'Ul. _m-__ _p-em.al_ or ad_ to-
3 miles West on from eneral Attn. Adminstraion,
101 Microspine Way,
Yard Sale: Saturday, Nov. Hair Sty4u1 & nal techf DeFuniak Springs, FL
15, home of Wanda Ow- needed for existing salon 32435
ens, 1459 Orange Hill Rd. in Vernon. Call web id#34013849
8:00-until. Lois of misc. 850-258-5527 or
Yard Sale: Thursday, Fri-
day, Saturday. approx. 4 Mark etingCoorPlumbing
miles out Dogwood Lakes din ator Position Open for Plumb-
Hwy. 177A. 2842 inwood Holmes County Cm- ng Service Technician.
ircle, 8AM. until ber ol Commerce Must have valid driver's li.
$21,000 plus Bonus oense, personal hand tools
| * The Holmes Co. C of C and experience in plumb-
in Bonifay, Florida, is ing maintenance. Pay will
8280 seeking a self-starting, depend on experience.
IF K& L I m i marketing orinedinde- Apply in person at
M pendent contractor to Woodham Plumbing &
bui td membership and LUtles Contractors, 1004
S eena programs for this grow- N. Oklahoma Street in
I15 or Bls Rd. ing organization. Inter- Bonifay (850547-3816).
8M7neyGio eda sted parties must demr Trusworthiness is a must
Mo 8- Sat i onstrate excellent verbal so please include a list o
I 638-5002 260-003 and wnttleO ommunica- references with addresses
h. d. 1. u lion skills, must be and phone numbers with
sellmnotivated arind able your resume/appilcaton.
to work without close
supervision, Business to Sales Represenlatfee:
- | business marketing,
public relations or sales Avon Representatives
mR-pd byAlcoo experience is a plus, Needed; Earn gasoline
For Medical treamenl of This Opportun is for and spending money. Ap-
Alcohol usage an Independent con- pointment fee $10. Phone
and abuse tractor and will not be a Dwayne Atkins @
Cal 8506C384555 regular employee. Re- 850-547-1640. ISR
for once a month sumes twill be accepted
treatment. through November 21,
esnaSend cover letter and
nputers, *Criminal uwre to: 1 4a1
:ement assistance. e Marketing Coordinat other
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ble. Financial Aid if your pond or lake; cop 106 E. By Avenue paid to shop Retail/ining
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gra carp 505 15 be directed to Earn up to $150, a day.
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* 10B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser* Wednesday, November 12, 2008

110 Businezas
6110- Apiarlnnl
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 CondaeTDwnhouse
6140 House Rntalst
6150 Roanmile Wanled
5160o- Rooms 1fl Real
6178 Moiile Home/Lot
61 O Outl-ol.Town tienlill
513I Tinresharm Relntl
5210 Vacatleo Rental$

xmecugtOmice spaec.
I for leas on Brky I
Rd. Great location
across from Chiply
I High School. 6387700 I
| wrncNpleyoUlorB I
easement l
16 -- -Wsin- A
Ofie space for leass,
1240 S Blvd (Comer of
S. Blvd-th SI), CNpley,
$750/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3
offllices. 1 reception. 1
bah, kithen, parking
lot, hardwood firs,

Executive Office Space
for rent downtown Chlpley.

2BR/IBAA two-story Apt
or rent No pets 638-191m
or 850-258-5521.
Apartment for Rent 2
bedrooms 2 11/2 baths.
Townhouse Apartment in
Boriaty. NO pets allowed.
Pt 850-547-3129

Based on family Income
and must Qualify.
Geothermal HVAC.
Appy al 1370 Old Bori-
lay Rd. Application must
be completed at ofice.
638-0134. Equal Hous.
For rent Sleepy Hollow
Duplex Apartments
HUD not accepted
2BR/1BA and 3BFV1BA.
Walet, garbage, lawn cae
included. Spacious, en-
ergy efficinr wii priate
yard, 850-638-7128.

L ex611o0
For Ren: Ridgewood
Apamrnents. 602 S. Weeks
St. Bonfay. Remodeled
and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2,
3, Bedrooms. Call
LARGE- 1BR, $450, S/D
$250. Large 3BRflBA
$650, S $350. Everyth
Ing Newl Downtown Chip-
ley, convenient location.
Renl includes stove, refrig-
erator, city water, sewer,
garbaose Sony no nets or

1,800 SF, 3BR/28A. In
Martin Wood S.D, Chipey.
$1200 amount, $600 de-
posit. 326-0408 or

I BR Furnished House.
WD, water/garbage pro-
vided. Smoke free, no
pels. Credit check, appli-
cation required. $550
month, $450 deposit,

2BR/1BA House in coun-
try, Availatte Dec. 1st, Ap-
proxiately 5 miles East of
Chipley McDonalds. Stove,
D/W, fridge, watet, gar-
bege, lawn care included.
Pets negotiable. W ac-
cept Section 8. Application
required< Smoke free erl-
ronment. $695/nonth plus
$695 deposit.

3BR/1BA Gracevlle.
Cute., clean, completely re-
modeled. Large yard, stor-
age shed, in town.
$550/mo. Garbage & pest
control included.
38WR1BA House for rent,
front porch, large back
porch, large family room,
carport and utility house,
$650/mo. Call; (850)


3BR2SA home on
3-acres of land in Uie
country, near Kent Mil
Pond. $600 mth/plus de-
posit, references required.
850-579-4317 or
CuIpley 2 br, 1 ba
house, ludkes CH&A,I
*Washer/ dryer, waer,I
sewer, garbage, secu-
Irity system, No petsl
|$600 moNh $3- d

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1239 Jackson Street Dothan, A
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Hour 8-5 Tuesday-Friday Cell: 229-8

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sport pkg., V6, auto.,
) cruise, power pkg.

M MSRP$19.31(
ChIpola Ford Discount $8 Ii

Retail Customer Cash
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d h!bedliner, cruise

Chipota Ford Discount
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Retail Customer Cash
., Retail Dealer Cash
26 :. 1

4x2, trailer tow pkg
reverse sensing

W s p$34,455
Cpola Ford Discount '2 460
Ford Credit Bonus Cash 1500
Retail Customer Cash $7,000
Retail Dealer Cash $1,000

SU4x4, diesel, auto
Power grou[
tow comrnman

Chipola Ford Discount- $3, 11
Retail Customer Cash 7,00C
Dealer Cash 1 OO0
9 d Crdit Bonus Cash 50C
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aUto., pkruise,
power pkg.,

::3 snRP$18 170
Chipola Ford Discount 675
Retail Customer Cash $2 500
Ford Credit Bonus 500
717 14.495

8211 leather, moonroof,
third seat, dual air,
luxury package

Chipola Ford Discount $1 955
Ford Credit BonusCash 500
Retail Customer Cash $4,500

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t- $705
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chrome pkg., limited

WMSRP 38,335
a Ford Discount 3,340
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.il Customer Cash $7,000
Fttail Dealer Cash 1 ,000

i =$ As

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dual wheel, loaded

Chipol. Ford Discount $3 350
Retail Customer Cash $7,000
Dea...er Cash 1 000
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convenience pkg.,
satellite radio,
reverse sensing,
adjustablebe pedals

F MSRP$ 25,940
Chipo Ford Discount *1 445
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navigation system,
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2BR/2BA Remodeled 2BRF2BA Motbe Hnm Mobile Home for rent; Lovely 48R BrIck home
Home. $650 month. for rent. Quiet family park. 2B2BA. watrsewer and for sale Owner financing,
850-726-0420 No pets. $400 amoth plus lawn service tumished 3 5135,000. Bethlehem
3BR/15A Block home deposit. 5474232 or mlles east l Vernon onPi- School bus route. Apart-
Bonia o 527-4911. oneer Rd. 850438-7315 or flnts, houses, mobile
8-n nopa & 2R Mobl. Horn, 8504g38.99 or homes for rent. Rentals
638-7601 a fer 6M prnt, 29R MzddkeHos good 5$42500 and up.
CHIPLEY 3b lba rernod- loSon in Chiply. No 850-547-2531. anl
Pet& 85043880.4-231111
aed, S650rno 2br ba Pet Mobil home for rnt in a 12I
$600mo. each include 38/2BA DW MH. Large Chipley & Bonlay. One 1s1 ,,
WS&G CH&A. no pets & yard, between Boray & year lease required, water 4
$300 dep. 850-14-2625 Chipley. Reference & sewage included. Cal I 7150 I 81
For RentL 2B/IBA. 1336 required. $750 amonth, 850-6382999, For Sae: 2 pieces of land else
Brickyard Ad., Chipley. $500 deposH, on a paved road, for sale 17
$300 amonth plus depoell 850-326-M 41. Moble Homns fo rent In in Caryville, Florida. It's 21
Call Warida Owens, Rel Cottordale on Sapp Road. about a mile and a half 822n
tor @ Southern Wa Real- 3BR/2BAI n p d 60 68 miles east of Chlpley. from public boat ramp. For O23
yc. -635 a month plus deposi 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA more inlarmaro n call 824
S85 47-2346after5p.m, available. Total electric. 85-401.1489
Publisher's seni S, newly rn o- (850)258-4868; 209-8B47 I3l
Publishili's 3BR/1BA newly reno- liwww.charloscountryliv- To o5 aine & One 10 a> B32l
Notice valed, nearly own, parks & www. roscontryliv- on Buddy Rd. One 10
Bonltay Elementary gc___macres & One 13 acres on 340
Al al esislehwlifngin school- $425. a month Gainer Rd Omner flnaric-
s ee iste t o 850.547-3746 or ing For more info call
the Fak Housing Act wich 850--56-2-628-1858B.
make it lagl to advertis 3R/2BA MH in Sand
ariy p eKwn ntn or 3DB/IA Mtn In Sand -.
discrlminallon based on Hils, Souhpor area. All
race, color, religion, sex, applanca furnished. $700
handicap, tavdial ratus or deposit, $800 amonth.
national origin, or an Inrn- 850-271-1248 or s ue 3 Singlewldee, all w/ew
tion, n maletany such pret 8s50-27 M carpet, paint, appances. 200
erence, wkniion or d*-Set-up included. Startg ball
otlnmn .1aW Familial '' Bonty- 3BR 50.2BR, at $15,900. Call con
kxloCk dchden unler Ithe $425. FIRST MONTH 7101- 1 i
lnc h .F. 8 7155 -7 Rome/ 8 3-7780. Cear
8e0 oH 1 kiNg wilth pe t RENT HALF OFF PLa S 7LU1130"efeaHr_ _-7 _-_._ 50o
or legalScu s pre- CURYDDEPOSIT.,7 ,mtDoul wfkoplme, lam g
nat women and peopl ac ocd n Lure 717 WC mer l 3B2BA
tcurng eetSey of children aes. 20 ites No h 71 CodTwnse w/ploA W/oors. $2ba,900 .
7148 Farms & Ranches ,25,90. Includes set-Lip. u
under 118..For RenIt u3R M d- 7153 Lola ard Actrea Ca 850-763-780. or
This nwspaperW Nnot larIHornsemappmtroxnately 7181t-Mottkie HumeUlttl-
krmingy macm0anysvcar- 3 acreslocated in Leisure 717is-Waterlrom New 14x72. 3BR,2BA 850
tbin s ir reN aWi aihls Lake&, 20 rnrtutes North 713-1-nvertmenl w/plywvood floore.$26,900. M 50
in viationim ol thae Our of Lynn Haven and 20 min- PrMerty Includes set-up. Call
readers rehereby riorned utes South of Chipleay 719N- Out-af-Town 850-763-7780.
that al dwellings advertise Gd G tedCornimunily with ac- "al Esae
in tienewspaper weavsae. ess o ake & pool, sllta- 7200 Timeshare
hiS n a equal opportunity b efertorses. I pass f l .
basis. To omplain o4 d background Mnd credit
crimiru ca'll 7HUDo b Ibgo-
at 14b001-68697. The check. $750-mo plus 'ir
jai"= tnubr fo, wte heaw deposit. Call 710
Ing mpalred is 860425-7853 By Owner 2.6 soacres.
1-O527 -275. 3B R2BA, 2,000 Square
home window AJC. Call carport bige 're house,
11 535-M57. bam. $210X00. and 2.6
UUket New 3BP/28A very asoes fenced property
nice Mobile Home in a 850547-2408
Ret Tb Own Brick home race aea, close to Chlp-
in Bonity.3BR/BA newly lay. No pets. Daytime Land, Home package
remolded, new appliance, phone: 850-638-4630, 20a2, 4BR2EA, 1800 sq.
new CH/A, great neighbor- Night: 850-638-1434. fet, doublewide, totally
hood, $2,500. down, renovated., recndy devel-
$ 7 0 0 / mo n th. Mobile Home for rent; oped, 2' prfvale acre.
77253"2963 3BFR2BA Cedar Gardens Paved road frontage, I
M.H. Park 850-B9640620 mile south ol Bonrfay near
- or 850-373-8256. 701 East 1-10 and new Hospital.
THwy 90, BonifayHud OK $115,00.850-956-2642

2229m i sh Rd. le FL
1850] 4M7i U. I U5i)i 1l4682
(1 l 51m1e f 11 4
1.5 m lwoodod, ahimnd dry at Dogwood
Lakes $24900 Famil fonme on 1.45
acres. 4BR/2 ful bath, 2 half baths, open
floor plan, porches, ba torage bldg, close
to town 40,000 6.87 am urve
road frontage, wooded mobilesm permit
1 am8+- *s in Leonia area, paved
front 7,00 Cuss Dolf Moaes
hom, sunroonm sitting porch, detached
cap 40000 Larg b 4/2 home,
me roof, H/A, DbI. caport huge bonus
game room, needs floor ooveding, reduced
$117,000 6.5 Aores, wooden urveyed,
close to town, reduced to 39,90.

When it comes to selling your

car, nothing goes the distance


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1996 Thunderbird. White 1991 Dodge Van ex-
witan leather. In greal tended bed is 12 fet long -
shape $2,900 638-4197 with 4 rernoveale bench
s i s seals, excellent oondton,
19M Ford Trouru engine low mileage, $2000.
runs good, 2 new tres I 850-547WoM19
new better, needs AC
0- Allet Coaalit work. S1300.00 or 0O0 19SO Fod Eextnind Van
- Cars 19- ']M5 Fa Ekt d Van
S- Spor UMvehicle 8552025 w/iew motor, $1,500.
O-Trctkq Another 1996 Extended I
0- Vam Van, $1,00. Will sell both
i COmmertlal fo $2200. 850-258.6481 or
*-M tor l120 e--B5077 .E-3892.
'- ''Poarts -.,_n... ,--._""_ -_,,._ _E, EL_ l !-
& Assssuuarls 06 Explorer 32,660 miles,
- oatso factory warraty. White,,
0 Peroinal Walernral leather. V6, automatic, all
0 Sailboats power, 3rd row-seat,
0 oa & MarWe adjustable-pedals,
Suppile AIM/M/cassetteuSatellite 2005 Honda VTX13S0
0 Atlraftt/Avlati7t Excellent condimon Warranty ttu 200, Sad-
o AWIlI Rand VWlibm
- cnipiers & Trallers (850)38-3358., die bags, Windshield,
o MeArhomna Chrome luggage rack.
lC, es, $7300 OBO. Cal
fm neord F-loGS S ,x4, MInd: 05 Hounda 1300
ew i rlo plugs & wires vx-s, black asaso-ee I hs i
die t, capro, or,.400on- rtled 14500 DO dealer s
gine, $2,8o0 BO, auto- maintained, never drop-
maic transmission, pd. garage kept, gre e a eat
0 Mazda Mila. New 5-9-9_____ gas mileage $8000:00 CeOt UpbEWI l r
olnts, uper andlw 85 good for 5473949
drul anfmL battery, re- -F tantsg-oE e.ofore
tid 1 up, new 17 inch log u orlong-harH. H-UNil e WH lE n* mm u a w-
tl rims and tires. Lok a Fuller transission and
for someone to take Derot ngine 60 ,See A
Spans. Eredy 7,000 or Idor Jeep 8210 CHRYSL EE R
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