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NEWS Washington County

Wednesday, NOVEMBER 27, 2013

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IN BRIEF Free Thanksgiving Dinner held VERNON — The city of Vernon will hold its fifth annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 28, at the Vernon Community Center. Sponsored by Smok’n’Butts BBQ, associated businesses and friends, the free dinner is open to the public. The Golden Rose Band will be performing live in concert during the event. For more information or to make donations, call Smok’n’Butts BBQ at 388-6315, Lonnie Andrews at 815-2977 or Gene Jump at 892-8388.

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Christmas comes to Chipley From Staff Reports

CHIPLEY — It’s the day before Thanksgiving, but already it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas. The Yuletide season hits full swing next weekend when Chipley’s Christmas Fest takes place at the Farmers Market Complex.

This year will feature some new events, including a chili cook-off, as well as the annual Christmas parade and the ever-popular photos with Santa. The public is invited to attend all of the Christmas Fest events. Chamber of Commerce Board Member Amy Wiwi announced on Thursday the Chamber’s plans to

hold its first annual Chili CookOff on Dec. 7 as part of the city’s Christmas Fest. “We’re limiting entry to 10 entries, and we already have six,” Wiwi said. “If you have one of the best chili recipes in Washington County, then be sure to sign up.” The cook-off will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Farmers Market

Complex in downtown Chipley with chili judging beginning at 5:30 p.m. The annual Christmas Parade will begin at 3:30 p.m. with line-up beginning at 2:30 p.m. at the old Chipley High School track. Photos with Santa will be available from 2 to 3 p.m. and from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at



Kiwanis Pancake Supper Dec. 3 CHIPLEY — The Chipley Kiwanis Club will hold a Pancake Supper from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on Dec. 3 at the Kate M. Smith Elementary School cafeteria. Tickets are $5. They will be available at the door that evening or can be purchased in advance at Community South Credit Union and One South Bank.

WAUSAU — The Town of Wausau will be holding a Workshop at 6 p.m. on Dec. 3. Anyone with any questions may contact JoAnn Hayes, Town


INDEX Opinion ................................A4 Sports ..................................A9 Extra....................................B1 Obituaries ............................B5 Classifieds ............................B6


The Dennis Gainer Family was named “Washington County’s Farm Family of the Year” at the 51st annual Washington County Farm-City Day Banquet on Thursday. For more photos, see Page 8A.

Banquet honors agriculturalists From Staff Reports CHIPLEY — Hundreds of Washington County farmers, families and friends turned out for the 51st annual Washington County Farm-City Day Banquet on Thursday, Nov. 21. Held at the Washington

Tree Farmer of the Year TY PEEL

Ty and Nancy Peel have lived on the Peel Homestead, located at 1691 Peel Road in Chipley, Florida, for the past 31 years. The 160 acre farm was originally settled in 1901

by Ty’s great-grandfather, James Iverson Peel, and was recognized by the Florida Department of Agriculture as a Centennial Farm in 2009. This designation recognizes the farm for remaining in the Peel


Empty Stocking Fund campaign underway From Staff Reports

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County Agricultural Center, the evening featured food, music, fellowship, and a chance to honor the best and the brightest in agriculture. Five prestigious awards were handed out during the evening, and those awards were:

CHIPLEY — For thousands of local residents, the success of the annual Empty Stocking Fund campaign determines if their stockings will be full, if fresh food will be on the table for Christmas Day and if toys will be under the tree for their children.

The success of the Empty Stocking Fund, according to those who organize it, is determined by the people who make that decision to donate, who for four decades have dug deep through good times and bad to make sure those less fortunate have something else to be grateful for each Christmas.

The Empty Stocking Fund, sponsored by The Washington County News, The Holmes County TimesAdvertiser, The Panama City News Herald, and Bill Cramer Chevrolet (formerly Tommy Thomas Chevrolet), is an annual fundraising event that raises awareness of the need for support of The Salva-

tion Army’s programs and services. The Panama City chapter of the Salvation Army serves Washington, Holmes, Bay, Gulf, Franklin, Jackson, Calhoun and Liberty Counties. The Empty Stocking Fund began more than 30 years ago, when Salvation Army board member Tom-

my Thomas and The News Herald joined forces to bring holiday cheer to the area’s needy families. The first goal was $20,000. The fund’s target has grown since and the campaign has raised almost $3 million. Each year, when the goal is reached, Bill Cram-



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chipley from page A1 the gazebo downtown. At 5:30 p.m. there will be a reading of the Cajun “The Night Before Christmas” by Kermit Soileau.

A Classic Chipley Christmas The Spanish Trail Playhouse is presenting “A Classic Chipley Christmas” at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Spanish Trail Playhouse. The show features some of everyone’s favorite Christmas songs with talented performers from the tri-state area.  Performers include Phyllis Sloan, Seth Cook, Rob Nixon, Casey Johns, Terri Garrett, Patrick Roark, Kevin Russell, Steve Yates, Emory Wells, Hope Schofield, Lee Shook, Trish Brannon, Deanna Bailey, The Dance Factory, Salem Acuff, Katie Jenkins, and Carrie Bennett.  This one-night event is directed by Jimmy Miller. 

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Chelle Baxley and Ryan Evans were named Homecoming Queen and King at the 2013 Arnold High School Homecoming. Chelle is the daughter of Mitch and Susan Baxley of Panama City Beach. She is the granddaughter of Rosa Nell Baxley of Chipley.


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The Chipley Christmas Tour of Homes, sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Chipley, will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8, from 1 to 4 p.m. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the beginning of the Tour which is the historic Clubhouse, located at 607 North 5th Street in

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FL 32402. You also can drop off donations at the Washington County News office, 1364 N. Railroad Ave., Chipley, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. You may make donations anonymously, in the giver’s name or in someone’s

memory. Salvation Army staff process the contributions, then give an update to the Panama City News Herald on those who have contributed. The News Herald regularly publishes those names. (Donors can choose to remain anonymous).

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Chipley. Tickets and maps to all locations on the Tour will be available there along with delicious holiday refreshments. The Clubhouse will also be decorated for the season. The homes that will be showcased this year are Pat and Buddy Dickson, Julie and Nick Dillard, Kristie and Ron Novonglosky. The businesses that are decorating especially for the Tour this year are Community South Credit Union and One South Bank. These homes and businesses have all been built within the last few years and will display of a variety of modern, heirloom, and collectable items in their decoration themes. Plan to join in celebrating the Christmas Season by touring these beautifully decorated homes. For questions or information, call 638-2992.

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Please make your Christmas season even more special by enjoying this Spanish Trail Playhouse tradition.   Tickets are general admission, $10, and will be on sale from November 21 until December 6 at the Washington County Public Library. Tickets will be on sale at the box office on December 7, the day of the show. Enjoy this Spanish Trail Playhouse Christmas concert and support your local all volunteer theatre.

Washington County Tourist Development Council will hold a special meeting

at 10 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 9, at the Washington County Chamber of Commerce building.

Wausau plans Christmas Parade WAUSAU — The Town of Wausau will be holding their annual Christmas Parade at 10 a.m. on Dec. 14. Lineup will begin at 9

a.m. Anyone wishing to be in the parade or have any questions please contact JoAnn Hayes, town clerk, at 638-1781. Santa is going to be at the Possum Palace after the parade. Refreshments will be served. The Masonic Lodge will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast beginning at 6 a.m. at the Lodge. Breakfast will be served for a donation of $4.

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JROTC has canned food drive Special to the News

CHIPLEY — The Chipley High School JROTC program held our annual Canned Food Drive from Nov. 4-21 to donate to the Council on Aging. The Council on Aging uses the cans to help the elderly citizens in our community, especially during Thanksgiving. Our cadets were eager to begin bringing in their cans immediately. The goal for this year was 300 cans. We once again exceeded our goal at 307 cans. Cadets earn Community Service Hours and are awarded a Community Service Rib-

bon for their donations, as well as the pleasure of knowing that they were able to help others within our community. Cadet Sergeant Sommer Cason says, “I think it’s a good cause, especially for those who can’t necessarily afford Thanksgiving.” Also, Cadet Corporal Lane Adams says, “I felt better as a person knowing that I was able to help someone.” We plan to continue our donations to the Council on Aging in years to come. We are proud of our cadets’ enthusiasm in this service, Special to the News and we hope to continue to see this enthusiasm in all The Chipley High School JROTC program held our annual Canned Food Drive in November. of us.

Andreasen named ‘Alumni of Distinction’ Special to the News

recognition of their outstanding contributions to UF, CHIPLEY — Andy IFAS, CALS and Andreasen, retired the agricultural, Washington County natural resource, extension direclife science and tor and Extension related industries Agent Emeritus, reAndy and professions. ceived the UniverNumerous Pansity of Florida Col- AndreasEN handle farmers lege of Agriculture and Life Sciences Alumni and ranchers credit the & Friends 2013 Award of success of their operations to Andy Andreasen, retired Distinction recently. The CALS Alumni and Agent Emeritus and forFriends Award of Distinc- mer Washington County tion is presented to UF/ Extension Director. He received his trainCALS alumni or friends in

ing at UF in Animal Science and Ag and Extension Education. Andreasen had a distinguished career that spanned almost 40 years and began working for Ex-

tension in 1983 in Jackson County establishing the Northwest Florida Beef Production Conference and pioneering the UF/IFAS Beef Cattle Reproduction Management Schools.

Frances Isobel returned a wallet she found while on her way to work to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 14. Special to the News

Local citizen finds and returns wallet Special to the News CHIPLEY — On Thursday, Nov. 14, as Frances Isobel approached Chipley on her way to work at the Goodwill Store on Highway 77, she spotted what seemed to be a wallet lying in the middle of Orange Hill Highway. She stopped to investigate. She was right. It was a wallet with credit cards, personal credentials and money which she promptly decided to take immediately to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. This action resulted in the prompt return of the wallet to its grateful owner. On Friday morning, Lt. Collins of the Sheriff’s Office congratulated Ms. Isobel and her boss, Natalie, at the Goodwill Store as and commended her for her Good Samaritan action. She also got flowers and a gift of appreciation from the owner of the wallet.

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Looking past Thanksgiving By Glenn Mollette Guest Columnist

The first Thanksgiving was surrounded by life’s hardships. The early settlers were bombarded with extreme weather, hunger, sickness and death. Those who had survived believed the best they could do was to stop and give thanks. Too many throughout America are looking past Thanksgiving. Either we don’t want to think about it or we are looking to black Friday, Christmas or just trying to get through the year. The aggravations of the world often drive us to feeling beaten down and we become bitter and resentful instead of thankful. When we live with gratitude our lives are more peaceful. Gratitude is a great stress reliever because we are looking to God and thanking Him. A thankful life is a healthy life emotionally and physically. In gratitude we focus on the positive instead of the negative. We focus on the giver of life and not everything that is wrong with life. How well we know that life is filled with suffering. Tornadoes destroyed towns throughout the Midwest last week. Thousands of people were devastated. One evening news sound bite was a woman in

tears saying that she and her husband lost everything but they clung to each other because they still had each other.” In the middle of losing everything they were grateful for each other. The Philippines were almost wiped off the map because of the most horrific typhoon ever recorded. Those people are suffering. We don’t want pain and suffering. Yet, it’s almost impossible to live very long without experiencing both. A man in the Bible by the name of Job lost everything. He lost his children, his entire wealth and his health. Job suffered and lost everything. His wife told him to curse God and die. Job looked to his creator in spite of circumstances. He never lost his sense of gratitude toward God even in the blackest hours of his life. He said, “Though he slay me, yet will I hope in him,” Job 13:15. In his last years of life Job ended up with more than ever before. Gratitude was the beginning step to a new life for Job. You may not feel life is going your way. Stop and give thanks. Giving thanks is often the first step to better days. Glenn Mollette is a columnist and author of “American Issues.” Contact him at

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Thanksgiving: A most American holiday


omorrow is Thanksgiving Day in our nation and my longtime friend, Doyle Taylor, never let me forget that “Thanksgiving PERRY’S Day is an American PRATTLE Holiday!” He was Perry Wells rather incensed when he felt it was being trampled upon when other holiday merriment, especially what he regarded as the commercial type, attempted to usurp the meaning of the special day. Thanksgiving Day stemmed from a time of celebration of our Pilgrim Founding Fathers. This event was set aside for offering thanks to God for the bountiful crops, especially corn, and other food items which the early settlers were blessed to grow and enjoy. At the event, several days of preparing and enjoying sumptuous spreads of various wildlife meat, deer, turkey and others, were added to the crops grown in the fields. History tells us that giving thanks to the Master of Life was first and foremost in their lives. Expressing thanks for our daily food is taught in the Holy Bible Matthew 6, verse 11, the scripture that men have labeled as the Lord’s Prayer. “Give us this day our daily bread,” is an offering of thanks for the food we eat and enjoy, which gives us our daily sustenance. Other material blessings in my everyday walk of life comes before me each passing day. Thanksgiving Day reminds, and allows me to reflect, on the fact more fully. At the age of 86, and after 21 years into official retirement,, reflections of day-by-day blessings come to me often. Not minimizing the blessing of family, friends, ample food, a reasonable degree of good health, a comfortable place to live and enjoy life, a host of other tangible blessings have been in my thoughts as Thanksgiving Day approaches. At the Nov.11 Veterans Day Celebration, my mind reflected on the many and varied ways that our nation stopped for a few hours of that day to pay tribute to the day set aside by our Congress to honor all veterans of all wars. I am thankful for this fact. Your writer was invited to speak at the annual Veterans Day program at Poplar Springs High School. An awareness of Thanksgiving was brought to mind for the many schools in this area which made similar effort in honoring our heroes, past and present, on their special day. Gordon Wells, our son, who is principal of Poplar Springs School, called upon Dad when the person he planned to invite had to decline because of a recent hip replacement, which put him into a


This photograph of PFC Jim Carlton Bates, re buried in his hometown on Feb. 17, 1949, was used in my Veterans Day presentation at Poplar Springs on Nov. 11. Cpl. Perry E. Wells, cap in hand, accompanies the presiding minister, Rev. Boyd McLeroy. non-travel status. The gentleman, Mike Warren, is a second cousin of my wife, Hester. He recently retired as Post Master in Colquitt, Georgia and lives in the area with his wife, Ronda, daughter, Abigail and son, John Paul. Mike is a Vietnam War Combat Veteran and would, no doubt, be an interesting speaker. His encouraging comments to Gordon were: “Gordon, take me off the list this time, but put me right back on for some future time as I definitely want to speak at your school.” When expressing some reservations about tackling the task, Gordon reassured me by saying: “Daddy, I want you to tell about how the news of the Pearl Harbor Attack and how it was brought to the Vernon High School students on Dec. 8, 1941.” “Also, tell again about your experience as a Military Escort in 1948-49, escorting the World War II dead who were returned to their homes for reburial under the American Graves Registration Reburial Program.” (This story is told in detail in the Heritage of Washington County Book, pages 52 and 53 where my service and that of my brother, Jim Wells, is detailed. “The Heritage of Washington County” book project was another added blessing in my life.) After the Pearl Harbor attack and destruction of the U.S. Navy Ships by the Japanese war planes on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941, we were gathered in a school assembly on Monday, Dec. 8. Mr. R. E. Upton, Sr., Principal of the school, was able to obtain a radio. It was tuned in to an address by President Franklin D. Roosevelt as he addressed the full Congress, requesting that war be declared upon the Japanese Empire for this aggression. I was honored, along with my brother, Jim, to be selected as a military escort in the reburial program which ended more than sixty-four years ago. The

students, the honored veterans representing many branches of the Armed Forces, their families, school faculty and others listened quietly and intently as my address was delivered on the above two subjects. The twenty-five travels orders for the twenty-five bodies escorted, still contained in the original large manila envelopes, were displayed in front of the podium from which I spoke.. In the center of the table was the 8-by-10 photograph of the casket being removed from the home of PFC Jim Carlton Bates, who was escorted to his home of Hohenwald, Tennessee. Visitors, faculty and students, were invited to come forward and view the display after the program was completed. Many did just that in the proper somber and respectful manner. Yes, I consider this a distinct honor and blessing to be able to deliver these two messages one more time. Barbara Jean Harrell Teusink told me recently that her mother, Bess Yates Harrell, a resident on the third floor of our local hospital, delights in reading “Perry’s Prattle” each week. This gave a feeling of Thanksgiving that I am permitted to provide this small token of enjoyment. Nita Varnum, and more of this age group, can be added in expressing this blessing. Many others who make similar expression, almost weekly, give the same warm glow of personal satisfaction and an humble feeling of Thanksgiving. At Poplar Springs, it was Ellis Christmas and wife, Brenda, and earlier, Mr. John Phillips, who gave approval of the column. The additional readers in Holmes County Times for the past year, including Bill Tom Gavin, are appreciated each time an encouraging word is spoken. Happy Thanksgiving to one and all! See you all next week.

Student recalls President Kennedy When I was teaching, Lucy Alford was one of my 8th grade students, and she was always prepared, always good natured. I remembered that she liked country music when she joined the faculty of Bonifay Middle School after graduating FSU to teach social studies. The 8th grade held a Colonial Days in connection with our American History studies. Different ones exhibited Colonial skills such as butter churning, quilting, corn shelling, horse shoeing, soap making, black smithing, and etc. I asked Lucy to get us a

square dancing always bring group together special memories. which she gladly As a child, did. November meant I am grateful a school holiday, for her cooperative Thanksgiving, a attitude. huge meal (with Recently she lots of desserts) HAPPY CORNER asked me if I would Hazel Wells Tison and being together be interested in as a family. her recollection Now, November of her Aunt Betty. It is is still the month that my pleasure to welcome contains the Thanksgiving Lucy Alford Etheridge as holiday, but there is so my guest columnist this much more etched in my Thanksgiving season as mind. November now we remember the 50th reminds me of my dear anniversary of John F. Aunt Betty. Betty was Kennedy’s assassination. one of my Daddy’s 3 older Thanksgiving, Aunt sisters. She always made Betty & JFK me feel special. The holiday months It was probably

because of several reasons: she was older when I was born, she had no children of her own and I was her only niece. It probably helped that she lived in Texas and the time I did get to spend with her was cherished and contained some of my favorite childhood memories. I am thankful for these memories I have of Betty: buying me my first Nancy Drew book (instilling in me a love of the written word), watching and trying to identify birds (she was an avid bird watcher),



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kennedy from page A4 She fell in love and married a Noma boy (Earl Williams) and followed him to several states as he sold lumber products. During the late 1950’s, Jacksonville Texas became their home. They were married for 57 years. I thought she was near perfect and she was definitely the smartest lady I have ever known. I wanted to be just like her – I had to play clarinet in the marching band, go to Florida State, do my teaching internship at Florida High in Tallahassee and get a masters degree – just like Betty. As Thanksgiving 2009 approached, I knew it was time to let her go. She had suffered for many years with rheumatoid arthritis and had developed several complications after a broken hip. We were in Texas during her final weeks and two days before Thanksgiving in 2009, she met the Lord.

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So, now Thanksgiving also reminds me of my Aunt Betty. Betty was an excellent story teller. She was well travelled and had a variety of stories to keep us entertained. However, my favorite story took place in Dallas. During the 40 years we shared together, I asked her to repeat it over and over. It never got old. This November marks the 50th Anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. After recently watching several media outlets discuss the anniversary of that historical event, I am still amazed she was so close to history that fateful day in 1963. On Nov. 22, 1963, she and some friends had driven to Dallas to go shopping. They had heard that JFK was in town and that the motorcade route would run by Neiman-Marcus. After eating lunch at the famous café located in the store, they walked over to the windows and

watched the motorcade pass. She saw Texas Governor John Connally Jr., with his wife Nellie, in the front of the Presidential limousine. She also saw JFK and Mrs. Kennedy seated in the back. JFK was smiling and waving to the crowd. Mrs. Kennedy looked elegant in her pink Chanel suit with matching pillbox hat. After watching the Presidential convertible pass, she and her friends returned to shopping. A few minutes later, they heard people yelling in the store that Kennedy had been shot. Everyone was visibly upset and in disbelief. Many were crying. Others looked in shock. It all seemed unreal. She and her friends patiently waited a few hours before attempting to leave Dallas. They knew the traffic would be bad and feared that many roads were blocked or closed. She remembered that the emergency sirens lasted for a long time. Betty described the

grief that enveloped the city and noted the eeriest thing happened after the sirens stopped: Dallas was virtually silent. It was a huge city with no sound. The crowd dispersed quickly leaving only silence. Within minutes, “Camelot” was over. It was the Friday before Thanksgiving. As Betty left Dallas, she bought a special “extra” afternoon edition of the Dallas Morning News that announced the death of America’s 35th President. She knew it would be a day that would be remembered forever in American History. Dallas had given JFK a warm reception and huge crowds. A full page ad in the Dallas paper read “Welcome Mr. Kennedy.” Between 150,000200,000 caught a glimpse of the couple that day — approximately onethird of the population of Dallas at that time. It has been reported minutes before the assassination, Governor Connally’s wife turned to Mrs. Kennedy

and said, “You can’t say that Dallas doesn’t love you.” After her husband’s death, Mrs. Kennedy refused to have her bloodstained pink suit cleaned. When asked why, her response was “I want them to see what they did to Jack.” The National Archives now has that dress and it is stored in a climate controlled vault. Based on the wishes of the Kennedy family, it will not be publically displayed until 2103 (140 years after the assassination). It still amazes me that a girl from Bonifay was in Dallas on that historic day. So, this Thanksgiving I am thankful for God, my family, my friends and the privilege to live in the greatest country in the world. I am also thankful for the memories I have of my Aunt Betty, the time she spent with me and the influence she had on me. I’ll never forget her, the stories she told me and the lessons she taught me. I miss her.


challenging me to play Trivial Pursuit (as a team we were undefeated), solving crossword puzzles on Granny’s front porch, helping me make peanut butter cookies (complete with criss-cross fork impressions) and creatively wrapping the best Christmas presents in the world. Perhaps it was fitting that she died during the Thanksgiving holiday four years ago. I have always been thankful for her and now I am thankful for the memories of her. Betty was born in 1928 in Bonifay to Paisley and Teresa Alford. She grew up on Nebraska Avenue and played clarinet in the marching band. She graduated from HCHS in the Class of 1946. After graduation, she joined her sister (my Aunt Sue) at the Florida State College for Women. She graduated with both Bachelor and Master degrees in Home Economics.


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In accordance with Florida Statutes 125.35, notice is given that Washington County is offering for sale certain real property located in Washington County, Florida. Any interested buyer may obtain the addresses and other related information of the surplus real property by picking up a copy of the property list at the Washington County Annex located at 1331 South Blvd, Chipley, FL 32428, or can download said list of available properties from the Washington County website, www.http://www.washingtonfl. com/planning/plan%20dept.htm. The property will be sold “as is” by Quitclaim Deed and subject to all zoning and land use limitations. Bidders shall conduct such title searches and other investigations as the bidder deems appropriate. Bidders must rely solely upon their own information and not on any information provided by any officer, employees or agents of Washington County. The successful bidder shall pay all documentary stamps and recording fees. Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope labeled “BID FOR SURLUS REAL PROPERTY” and on the form which may be requested from the Washington County Board Annex, 1331 South Blvd, Chipley, FL 32428, Phone 850.638.6200. The bid shall include a bid deposit in the form of a personal check in the amount of five percent (5%) of the bid price. The bid form included in the envelope must contain the name, phone number and address of the bidder, along with the bid price. Up to three (3) alternative phone numbers may be included. The Deed will be issued in the name of the bidder. Any alternative terms or extraneous information in the bid will result in rejection of the bid for failure to meet the bidding requirements. Bids must be delivered by hand delivery or mail to the Washington County Annex, Attention County Coordinator, 1331 South Blvd, Chipley, FL 32428. Bids must be received by no later than 11:00 A.M., the 30th day of December, 2013, and will be opened on around 11:15 A.M. on said date. The bidder accepts the risk of late delivery by postal or other delivery service and absolutely no bid will be accepted after the date and time stated above. Promptly after the opening, the highest bidder complying with this notice will be announced and, if not present, contacted by phone. ONLY A MINIMUM BID OF THE ASSESSED PROPERTY VALUE WILL BE ACCEPTED. THE HIGHEST BID IS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. The County reserves the right to accept or reject any and all offers in the best interest of the County. The highest accepted bidder will be given twenty four (24) hours to tender payment of the full bid price plus recording fees and documentary stamps by cash or certified funds payable to Washington County. All other deposits will be returned to bidders present or by mail to the address provided in the bid. Upon failure to comply, the non-refundable bid deposit will be used to defray the cost of advertising, property maintenance, and any deficiency in re-soliciting the bids if the highest 5018944 bidder fails to proceed with the purchase.




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Community CALENDAR Bipolar Support Group meets at First Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.


7:30 a.m.: Washington County Chamber of Commerce breakfast every third Thursday 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.: Amazing Grace Church USDA Food Distribution every third Thursday (Holmes County Residents Only) 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.: Money Sense at Goodwill Career Training Center; call 638-

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0093; every third Thursday 10 a.m. to noon: Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals and socialization. 10:30 a.m.: Chipley Library preschool story time. 11 a.m.: Washington Council on Aging (Chipley) senior lunches; for reservations, call 638-6217. Donations accepted. 11 a.m.: Care Givers Support group meets third Thursdays at the First Presbyterian Church at 4437 Clinton St. in Marianna. Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at New Life Assembly Fellowship Hall, Chipley 1 p.m.: Caregivers Meeting at Washington County Council on Aging in Chipley for more information call 638-6216 2 p.m.: Writers Group meets the first Thursday of each month (unless a holiday) at the Chipley Library 4 p.m.: Holmes County Historical Society 2nd

Thursday of each month. 6 p.m.: TOPS meets at 7 p.m. with weigh in at 6 p.m. at Mt. Olive Baptist Church 6 p.m.: The Holmes County Historical Society meets first Thursdays at 6 p.m. The public is invited to attend. 6 p.m.: Washington County Council on Aging Line Dancing Class for more information call 638-6216 6:30 p.m.: T.O.P.S. Mt. Olive Baptist Church on State Road 79 North. 7 p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic Church on County Road 177A


6 a.m.: Men’s Breakfast and Bible Study at Hickory Hill Baptist Church in Westville. 10 a.m. to noon: Holmes Council on Aging provides bingo, exercise, games, activities, hot meals and socialization.


The Holmes County Community Health Clinic located at 203 W. Iowa Street, Bonifay, will be open from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., the first and third Saturday The Alford Community Health Clinic will be the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month, from 10 a.m. until the last patient is seen. 10 a.m. – noon: Children’s education day 4th Saturday of every month North Bay Clan Tribal Grounds, 1560 Lonnie Road.


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11 a.m.: Washington Council on Aging (Chipley) senior lunches; for reservations, call 638-6217. Donations accepted. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.: On third Fridays, Washington County Council on Aging (Chipley) will have a plate lunch available to anyone as a fundraiser for our local senior citizens. Plates are $6. Must make reservation at 638-6216 or 638-6217. 3:30: Bead Class every second Friday at LaurdenDavis Art Gallery call 703-0347 5 p.m.: Red Hill Methodist Church Mission Supper 4th Friday of every month January – September. 6-8 p.m.: Washington County Council on Aging 50+ dance club for more information call 638-6216 6-8 p.m.: Marianna’s Gathering Place Foundation has a gettogether for 50+ senior singles, widowed or divorced on last Fridays at Methodist Youth Center



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Bonifay native selected to study in Japan Special to the Times Advertiser

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farm city from page A1 family over 100 years. Over the past 115 years, corn, cotton, timber, sheep and cattle have all been raised on the homestead. There are currently 110 acres in timber and watermelons have also been grown the past four years. Cattle are grazed throughout the timberland and some pastures as well. Rotational burning assists in the control of hardwoods and promotes the growth of Florida grasses. Both long-leaf and slash pines are established on the farmland along with some very mature hardwoods and cypress. An abundance of wildlife including deer, quail, turkeys and ducks also prosper on the farmland due to controlled burning practices. When available, the Peel’s two sons, Jaime and Jed, assist Ty and Nancy with the upkeep of the Peel Homestead. Ty is the Vice President of Engineering & Operations at West Florida Electric Cooperative and has been employed with the cooperative for 32 years.

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Dr. Ron Harrell and Dr. Les Nichols

Drs. Harrell and Nichols established H & N Farms after the passing of their father and uncle, respectively. They began to convert the commercial cattle operation to a grass fed beef operation. Key components have included revitalizing the pasture soil, culling undesirable cows from the herd and using holistic farming practices including application of fish oil spray, spreading wood ash and other natural supplements to improve the soil. Active conservation of natural resources is also practiced as well as hard work, continued study and learning from other farmers to make changes to improve the land and grow grass fed beef. Dr. Ron Harrell grew up in Chipley, Florida, the son of JT and Edna Harrell. After graduation from Chipley High School, he received a B.S. degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. In 1968, he received an M.D. from the University of Miami and completed a medical internship and residency and a cardiology fellowship at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He served 2 years as a captain in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, including 1 year in Vietnam where he was awarded the Bronze Star for Meritorious Service. In 1975, he established a cardiology practice in Dothan, Ala., and co-founded Dothan Specialty Clinic. Dr. Les Nichols grew up spending a lot of time on Edna and JT Harrell’s farm in Chipley although he lived and worked in Pensacola. He and Ron are cousins; they have been like brothers for the past 50-plus years and Les feels fortunate to have been treated as a second son. After high school, Les met his wife and moved to Birmingham where he began working for the University of Alabama Birmingham in the computer department while also taking classes and working towards admission into the UAB dental school. Les finished dental school in 1977 and immediately applied to a residency in periodontics and finished in July 1979. He and his wife live in Decatur, Ala., where he has a periodontal practice.

Cattleman of the Year George Owens Family

The 2013 Washington County Cattleman of the Year award goes to the George Owens Family. The Owens Family is comprised of George, his wife Pat and their daughter, Jane, and son, Thomas. The George Owens family has been raising cattle in Washington County since 1971. They have been advocates for agriculture and diligent supporters of extension programs and agricultural education here in Washington County for many years. The Owens’ commercial cow/calf operation is based on the family ranch, just south of Chipley. For the last 33 years, the operation has had a rather distinct look. The Owens family has mastered the production technique known as silvopasture. Silvopasture can be described as the simultaneous management of land for both pasture and timber production. The key word in this phrase is management; the Owens family excels in their ability to manage their operation. Timber is planted using a 4’x8’x40’ spacing system which research has shown as the most effective system for silvopasture operations. From planting to harvest there is a plan in place — when calves can graze, when cows can graze, when to thin the timber — a plan that is based on research and trial and error. The Owens family utilizes a rotational grazing system that allows the forage to be more effectively utilized. The rotational grazing system allows the amount of forage removed at any one time to be managed. During the growing season only about 50 percent of the forage is removed in each grazing rotation. As the growing season winds down, the amount of forage removed is increased. This serves two purposes. First, it allows summer grown forage to last longer into the fall and secondly, it allows for the germination and growth of the persisting Crimson Clover that is present in the pastures. The fact that clover

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The “Cattleman of the Year” award went to the George Owens and family.

Diane Webb

Diane Webb is no stranger to 4-H in Washington County. Diane’s deep love of animals and children started early, as she was raised on a farm with seven siblings and participated in 4-H during her childhood. She first became involved in the Washington County Livestock 4-H Club to involve her children in a familyoriented social organization to help them build life skills and share the family love of animals. She is a dependable constant at every Youth Fair and many events. Diane’s passion is being a 4H Club Leader and helping the youth of Washington County to develop into responsible adults. Throughout her years volunteering with Washington County 4-H, she has been involved in many aspects of 4-H. She assisted with judging teams for many years and took numerous teams to state and national competitions. Diane also coordinated the annual Youth Fair Livestock Show to ensure youth would have a place to exhibit their projects when the county was without a 4-H Agent. She has coordinated with 4-H Alumni to teach showmanship workshops to share their knowledge with 4-H’ers. One of Diane’s proudest moments was leading the Washington County Youth Fair 30th Anniversary which brought back 4-H veterans to share their 4-H memories with members old and new. The daughter of Marilyn and the late Rev. Dave Saye, Diane is very grateful to have been raised in a loving Christian home which paved a firm foundation to her own walk with God. Married to Wendell Webb for 36 years, they have lived 28 of those years in Chipley on a small, 20-acre farm where they raise Angus cows and a menagerie of cats, dogs and chickens. She has been blessed with three children of whom she is very proud: Rachel, Corey and LynnZee, and is the proud grandmother of Ariel and Colton. She is employed at One South Bank and is an active member of Blue Lake Baptist Church.

Farm Family of the Year

Ty Peel was named “Tree Farmer of the Year” at the Washington County Farm-City Day Banquet on Thursday. The annual event was held at the Washington County Agricultural Center.

Rachel Webb sings during the FarmCity Day Banquet. Entertainment for the evening was provided by Webb, McKayla Christmas, Blake Collins and Pee Wee Johns Band.

The Washington County “Conservationist of the Year” award went to Dr. Ron Harrell and Dr. Les Nichols.

McKayla Christmas, left, and Blake Collins sing a duet.

Diane Webb received the “Distinguished Service to Agriculture” award on Thursday.

Dennis Gainer Family

The members of the Gainer Family are lifelong residents of Washington County and currently reside and have their blueberry operation on the family home place. Led by Dennis Gainer, Gainer Blueberry Farm is comprised of six acres of blueberry plants. While working for the railroad in Georgia, Dennis noticed dense plantings of blueberries and thought he could raise extra income by producing blueberries on small acreage. Originally, he planned to develop a traditional commercial blueberry operation of rabbit eye blueberries, but his work schedule got in the way of coordinating traditional harvesting. Instead, he developed a U-Pick operation and has become part of the Northwest Florida agro-tourism industry exceeding his own expectations. Individuals come to the Gainer Blueberry Farm not just for blueberries but for a day-long experience. Along with blueberries, he offers his customers watermelon and sweet corn so they can make a visit to his farm a complete agricultural event. Mr. Gainer has recently embarked on an expansion project to increase production to 10 acres. He is propagating many plants in his own private nursery but also purchases cultivars he needs. Gainer Blueberry Farm is home to five different blueberry cultivars. Ever the innovator, he developed a trimming machine that has increased the efficiency of his operation. It is made up of flail mower parts attached to a central apparatus placed on a backhoe and is used to trim the plants between rows. All members of the Gainer family actively participate in the operations of the Gainer Blueberry Farm. While Dennis is in charge of the production, his wife Connie is responsible for all paperwork, business details and advertising. His son, Mitchell, and daughter, Alicia, help during the picking season especially in transporting customers out to the field from the entrance.

Hundreds turned out Thursday for the 51st annual Washington County Farm-City Day Banquet in Chipley.

Fellowship and good food are a big a part of the Farm-City Day Banquet tradition.

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Late score lifts Cottondale past Northview 34-28 By JASON SHOOT

The Cottondale Hornets host No. 1 ranked Blountstown Friday in state semifinal action.

747-5069 |@PCNHJasonShoot COTTONDALE — Some games have to be seen to be believed. This was one of them. For a second consecutive week, Norris Calhoun and the Cottondale Hornets turned what appeared to be near certain defeat into a thrilling, heart-pounding 34-28 victory Friday night in the Region 1-1A championship game. Cottondale’s win propelled the Hornets into a state semifinal showdown at home Friday against undefeated and No. 1-ranked Blountstown. Northview, the defending Class 1A state champion, fell short in its bid for a third straight trip to the state semis. Calhoun, with a big push from his offensive linemen, punched the ball into the end zone on a 3yard touchdown run to give the Hornets (8-4) a 34-28 lead with 50 seconds left in the game. Calhoun was stood up shy of the line of scrimmage before two of his teammates joined the pile and pushed it forward across the goal line. Northview’s Neino Robinson returned the ensuing kickoff to his team’s 42-yard line, and Robinson


raced 28 yards with a reception on the next play to move the ball to Cottondale’s 30. The Hornets forced an incompletion on the next play, however, and they held Ladarius Thomas to 12 yards on the game’s final play to send Cottondale players, coaches and fans alike racing onto the field to celebrate. Cottondale now will welcome Blountstown — a 34-0 winner over Port St. Joe last week — to its home field Friday for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff with a berth in the state championship game on the line. Cottondale took a 26-22 advantage on an 11-yard touchdown romp by Calhoun with 6 minutes left, but the Chiefs (4-7) regained the lead when Keondrae Lett scored from 1 yard with 4:22 re-

maining. Lett’s touchdown was set up by Thomas’ 54-yard run on the previous play. On the next possession, the Hornets drove down the field and thought they had taken the lead on Shaundre Macroy’s 29-yard run only to see the ball moved back 15 yards on a penalty. Cottondale kept fighting, and Justin Klotz’s 20-yard pass to Macroy gave Cottondale a first down at the Northview 5. Calhoun muscled his way into the end zone two plays later to give his team the lead for good. Calhoun finished with 35 carries for 184 yards, compiling 85 yards in the fourth quarter alone. Cottondale led 12-6 briefly in the second quarter, but Northview responded with a pair of touchdowns before halftime to carry a 22-12 ad-

vantage into the locker room. The Hornets turned the ball over on downs at the Northview 6 with 5 seconds remaining in the first half and missed a chance to carve into Northview’s two-possession lead before halftime. Cottondale scored on the opening drive of the second half to pull within 22-20 just 3½ minutes into the third quarter. Marcus Johnson took a pitch on an end-around and then squared up to throw, and Emmanual Lockhart tracked down Johnson’s pass in the back of the end zone for a 22-yard touchdown. Calhoun punched in the two-point conversion. After falling behind 6-0 early in the game, the Hornets answered with Calhoun’s 1-yard plunge into the end zone on fourth down to

even the score at 6-6 with 4½ minutes left in the opening quarter. Cottondale scored again on fourth-and-goal in the second quarter when Klotz squeezed a pass between three defenders to Macroy for a 12-6 lead with 8:38 remaining in the half. The Chiefs scored touchdowns on their next two possessions to regain the lead. Brannon Freeman scored on respective runs of 3 and 4 yards, and Northview added twopoint conversions on each of those scores to seize control at 22-12. The Hornets reached the Northview 1-yard line on their final possession of the half, but a neutral zone infraction on fourth down pushed them back, and Klotz overthrew a receiver in the end zone on the next snap.

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“Trivia Fun” with Wilson Casey, Guinness World Record Holder from Woodruff, S.C., is published in more than 500 newspapers across the country and is a weekly feature in The Washington County News and The Holmes County Times-Advertiser.

3) What year did the Pilgrims first come to North America? 1492, 1510, 1620, 1776 4) Which “John” was first governor of the Plymouth Colony? Smith, Carver, Standish, Adams 5) What was the 1st colonial agreement forming a government, the Mayflower “what”? Charter, Declaration, Compact, Ordinance 6) Which “William” served as religious leader of the Plymouth Colony? Penn, Brewster, Hawthorne, Poe 7) What was the Native Americans’ clothing mainly made from during this era? Tobacco leaves, Water lilies, Animal skins, Tree bark 8) What Plymouth military advisor was remembered in Longfellow’s poem, “The Courtship of”? Horatio Alger, Jack Smith, George Strait, Miles Standish 9) Who mainly cared for the Pilgrims’ beer kegs on their New World journey? Samuel Adams, John Alden, Jacob Astor, John Smith 10) What Patuxet Indian saved the first Pilgrims from starving? Pinto, Wampano, Squanto, Simba 11) A wild turkey has a field of vision of about how many degrees? 170, 220, 270, 320 12) About how many tons does the real Plymouth Rock weigh? 2, 4, 6, 8 13) A pumpkin is perhaps described as a? Fruit, Vegetable, Protein, starch 14) What state produces the most pumpkins? Florida, Georgia, Texas, Illinois ANSWERS 1) Turkey. 2) 4th. 3) 1620. 4) Carver. 5) Compact. 6) Brewster. 7) Animal skins. 8) Miles Standish. 9) John Alden. 10) Squanto. 11) 270. 12) 4. 13) Fruit. 14) Illinois.



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2) Thanksgiving is currently observed in the U.S. on what number Thursday in November? 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th


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1) Benjamin Franklin unsuccessfully proposed what bird to be our national symbol? Eagle, Turkey, Pigeon, Swan


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I will cook my turkey in the oven. I will add fish and garlic. I will add 30 sweet crabs. I will add sushi and crab legs and lobster tails. I will cook it at 400 degre for 15 hours. Makin Collins I will bake my turkey I will put salt and peper and btter on It and I will put It on 350 and I will put it on 30 hours. Trinidy Williams I will kill m turkey and I will put it in the oven and I will put it in there for 35 minutes. When it’s done, I will eat it, I will put sat and peppe with it. Then I will put the sauce on it, the sauce will be some ranch. The tempreture will be set to 350 degrees. Kaleb toGres. And get it out or te oven and then put it on the table and eat it. Hannah Miller

Dake o Turkey inmy uvin at thanksgiving. we cook are turkey four 1000 duess and we aet and aet intill are stumec was fall. Alexia Flowers

I buy a urkey from the store. And clean it with water, Cut the bones off. Ou put it in a pan. And cook it on the stove for 1 our. The tempcher is 325 dgres. Erica

Cook it in the oven. I will cook it at 100 for the seasoning I will put salt and pepper. I’m going to cook it for 5 hours. Aiden Barber

Go to the store and by a turkey. Than go home and clean it. Season it than put it in the oven for 60 min and the heat on 60. And I have a turkey dinner. Hailee

first I will find a turkey then I will kill it and then I will bake it the temprture it will be set on it thirty degree’s the seasoning witll be garlic and then it will be redey. Kaycee Bailey Tis year I am going to cook my turkey in the oven. I will put my oven on 12 and cook my turkey for three minutes and once it is done, my family will come and eat it today. But they may want so spice so I will put on the able some salt and pepper too that is how I make m turkey. Mallia I will bake my turkey. I will put salt on it. I will bake it on 350. I will bake it at 435 hours. Joseph Beck Im go ing to cook over 500 Degres. Im using seasoning and flour and dep fri it and my familie going to eat it and its going to tast good. Asa Willum Prastin This year I made a turkey and it was shor big. For seasoning I am going To use oil. I am going to fry my Turkey I am going to set the tempreture to 45 degrees and I will poot sollt and peper on it bugud of my family they love the Turkey like that and I took it out and my family loved my turkey and we had a great Thanks giving. The end. Naomi Niles I will cook my turkey in the oven at 500 derees. Hailey Hube I will fly my Turkey. I will put rosemary ng my turkey. I will bake my turkey for 7 for 5 hours. Lydia

this year I will kill a turkey. And I will fry it I will set it on 50 degree. I will cook it for five hours. My seasoning will be salt and rosemary apple slice. Alexis I will Bake the Thanksgive Turkey. I will put it on for 30 mins. Lily I put my tuckey in the ove. I tnt on six degree and then I took it out. I kill my tucky and I washed it and then I put it in the oven. in five degree and I take it out and then I take it out. And I give it to my family and they like it. My mother she never tase a turkey befor and I made her a turkey and she have a one bite and she likes it and she allwa lite it she ate all of it and she is so happy she loves me and thaink I am a gianis and thas hoe to ake a tuckey. Allaa I will bake my Turkey. Salt, Pepper vinegar. I will bake my turkey at 1000. I will bake my turkey at 18000 hours. Thorne Meredith I will fry my turkey. I will put butter on

my turkey I will put rosemary I will bake m turkey for 350 for 5 hours. Keeylisha Speights


1. First find a turkey 2. Then kill the turkey 3. Next clean the turkey 4. Last cook the turkey. 5. Time to cut the turkey By Eli McNeill 1. First you thaw it 2. Then you chop it up 3. Next cook it up 4. Last stuff it Eat it yummy! By Lainey Booth

1. First thow it 2. Then cook it 3. Next por grave on it 4. Last eat it yummy to m tummy yum yum, By Jacob Shiver 1. First dad let the turkey fallout. 2. Then he cooke it for ten mits 3. Next we eat weth at cusen and fimle 4. Last that was yae ou in my tume. By Trevor Culbreth 1. First thaw out the turkey 2. Then put it in the oven 3. Next take the turkey out of the oven 4. Last eat the turkey By Gage Sellers 1. First my mom thows it the stove 2. Them my mom will put it in the stove 3. Next my mom cuts it 4. Last my mom stuffs it By Autumn Futch 1. First mom will thaw out the turkey 2. Then she will cut it 3. Next she will cook it 4. Last we will eat it By Cameron Worley 1. First it is fosin 2. Then I put it in the oven 3. Next I put it on a plat 4. Last we eat it By Abigail How to Cook a Turkey 1. First put it in the stove for 30 minuts. 2. Then cut it up 3. Next put it in the uven for 20 minuts. 4. Last not it is read to eat Yum Yum!! By Hayden Tinsley


you go to the store. And get the turkey and clen it. after you clen it ou put it in a pane ad put it in the oven for about 50 Mints. And the tempsher is about 325

I go in the woods i kill it. you put it on the rack, you clean it. then you take it in the house. You put it in the pot. Somowone puts the temr on 325. I set the table up. You put the turkey on the table. We eat it. Mason I go to the store to by a turkey. Then I wated for it to fall out. Next my NaNa cleans the turkey. Thin she puts it in the oven she puts it on 900. Thin she takes out of the oven thin sh puts the turkey on the tabule. Kali First you kill it. you take it home. clean it. take the feathers o wash it take of the head and feet. poot it in the ovin. Let it cook 92 docgrees. Let it coo for hafanower thin take it out thin eat. Audrey Sellers Go to the woods. Shoot the turkey. Clean the turkey. Put the turkey in a round pot. Put the turkey in the oven for an hour. When done put any sauce you want on the turkey. and enjoy. The tumpureof the turkey is 125 thank you have a nice Thanksgiving. Thank you! Zach I go in the woods shoot meat and clean the meat. Tomorrow I get up and dressed and go to the store and by the meat. Joseph My Grandma cooks a turkey avry thansgiving. First she will go to the stor to get one. then she will sankat bake it in a pot. she will put sott and peper. third she will grined it up she wil flip forth it up. it will boowel in the pot. fith the we will eat it its good! Alyonna B. I buy the turkey and thin I put some seson on it and thin I put some buter on it and thin put some salt on it. and thin I put it in the uven and finaley eat it. and it is good. Massey C. Put it in a pan. fill it up with 3 or 4 cups of water cut up bell pepper and celary sticks put it on turkey put it in oven low heat and let it cook. Sierra H. 1. Firstmy moma beys a turkey. 2. second my step dad cooks the turkey 3. next he tacks it out of the uven 4. findly my step dad cutes it up. Nathan H. 1. buy a turkey pot the turkey in the uvin bake the turkey I take the turkey out uv the uvin. Hunter H. Frst I git pen put the turkey in the pen. Sekent I put the turkey an stuf the turkey thled git it atoff the pen and eat it. I sesned it I put it on the table. Austin J.


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TURKEY from page B1 Let the turkey tholl out. wash it. put it in th oven for a minet or two. put sesening on it. and cut it then put it on a plate and then you are ready. Nadia P. Farst get a oan, nexst get the turiky. then pt the turiky in the uin tgen set it for 10 minets. then you can eat. Trenton S. Get it in the oven set it 7 degreses 100. Have it have any seseni you want. Say its good if its goos and if its not good say I don’t like it but you still cook good. Samuel Brannon first I would shoot it and clen it I would get the uts out of it then I wilckook it then I wouldbring then the turkey to thanksgiving. The pepple loves all of the food. Grayson Simmons you aer gowing to pat it in the uvin for 1 our or hafl. Then put borbcgou then put renck.

Then dat that is good oh sog good. Corton Harris first I would shoot it and clean it I would get the uts out of it. Second cook it for 1:20 hour and when it is done people will come to youre house and help you cook it. That is houw you baka Thanksgiving Turkey Savana Ross first you shoot it. second you clean it. third you put salt and pepper on it fourth you Bake it fith you et it out sixth you eat it Cheylee Bowers First you it a turkey. Next tack the fethrs off. Last fill the bathtub of watr and put the turkey in it for a little bit. Finally put it in the uvin Kyla T. First find a turkey. Next kill it. Last skin it and wash it. finally cook it and eat it. Dylan V. First you iye it from a store. Next you washit and put it in th uvene for 5 ore 4 minits. Last you tacke it out of the ovene and thene you put some

sesaning on it thene you waite 2 minutse and then you pute it back in the ovene. Finally you can eat it nowe. Cody F. First you wash it if you buy it from a store. Next you half to put it in oven for 50 secands. Last you get it out from the oven. Finally you cut itup and then it is done. Calib B. First you kill the turkey. Next you boild the turkey on 100 derges. Last you take it out. Finally you eat it. It is delishis. Jacob K. First I got it frum piggle wiffle. Next you wash it. Last you put flower on it. finally you put it in the uven for 1 minit. Jenna M. First we buy a turky from the store. Next we wash it wih spices. last we season it with spices. Finally we put it nin the oven. Amelia B. Haw my mom cooks are turkey is she puts seasning on the turkey then she puts barbeaku on the turkey then she puts it in the uvin and puts it up to 90 deagreas then the turkey is redy to eat Phoenix Smith My mom shut the turkey up she put shum flavur in it and ham with it eg salid cornirn bred. Bryceson Andrews for thanksgiving you get turkey you puts seasing on it you poke wholse in it and you finde a pan and you put in on a tray and you put a cuvre ovr the pan then you put it in the uvin thin you get the

It’s time to

time you take it out uf the uvin thin you set the uvin then ou get the tabole thin you put it on the tobole thas houw you cook a turke. Jenne

First i go to walmart to buy a turkey, Thin i open the box. Thin I set the ouvven. Thin I put the Turkey in th ouven. Thin I tack the Turkey out of the ouven the end. Skyler

I thak you put it in the ovin and win it is don you need to put some lemn, usit and the put some sot. Rachel Patrick

First I cooked a turkey. Next I put sault and peper then I put a toothpick in it. Last I put in in the oven. the end. Elijah

first you use salt and peper and borbucue sause then put it on the rill for about two or three hoars antill it is ready I like it tindr then she cuts it to strips then we use musted and ketchup and it is good. Jordan Cutchen

First you go hunting. Next shoot a turkey. Then pluck off the feathers. Last put it in the oven for 350. Noah Abbott

My mom cooks a specul turey and she pus solut and peper and she turns the uinvnu on and turnes it on 300 or 400 buges and she makes the best turkey erer. Jason Sullivan First I need a turkey then I am going to wash it off. then I am going to put peper on the turkey. then I am going to put the turkey in the uvin for 20 minits. then I am going to take out the turkey and eat it for thankscgivin. Aime First I go to Save a lot. Next y mom takes the bag off. Then She cooks the turkey. Last the turkey is finshed. The end Jakob A. First you buy a Turkey. Next you cook the Turkey. Last you take the bones out of the Turkey. You put pepper on the Turkey. You put Turkey sesining on it. Timothy My mom put hot stuff First. Next mom put the turkey in the oven. Then mom took the turkey out ofo the oven. Last we ate the turkey. Summer First I but a turkey at a store. Then I cook a turkey for six minutes. Last, I put pine apples on the turkey. Hannah


My mom puts pineappless on the turkkey. Then she puts the turkey in t he oven. happy thakgivin. Latisha


My dad and my brother was hunting a turkey. Me and Mom where cooking the turkey and we where done. And we started etenig it for dinner. Emma it can be simple. Fist buy a turkey second Put it in the oven next put salt on it. Dawson Im hunting sum turkeys. I found a turkey. Im glad decause im hugrey. Rhett Tate It is fun to make a turkey! Frist you have to go by a turkey Next put it in the oven. Last the turkey is done. We are redy to eat! Lainey Berry I lovee turkey brcause I help my mom every Thanksgiving. I Turn on the oven and my mom helps me cut the Turkey and my Dad won’t share the turkey. He hos the turkey every Thanksgivin it is funny. Katherine Battles Cooking a Turkey is not easy. First I kill a female turkey, Next I rap it in foil, Next I put on top of the oven, Last I put on a plate and eat it. Kamden Zayne Cookin turkey is very fun. First you have to find a turkey. Next cook it. Then add ingredients. now your done. Raelynn When I cook a turcy I put a pineapple on it. I put it in Oven When I hot is it done I get it out

of the oven I ate it and it was good. Gracen Holley First to roast a turkey go to Walmart. Bring the turkey back and put it in the oven for 30 minits. Then take the turkey out stufe the turkey. Next put buter on it. Put seasoning on it too. Last I put corn bread. Then I would put dessert. That’s hole I make my turkey. Declyn Griffin First take the feathers off second rub it with a spug. Third cook it fourth put a pineapple. fifth eat it last brak the wish bon. Jana Abernathy First I shot it Next I cut its head of then I take its guts out. Last I roast it. A turkey is horde to cook. Every November is turkey yeer. Raeleigh Perry One beatiful day I wnt to shoot a turkey. Yes I got it then I skined it then I put it on the grill. I put pepper on it. Yum and it was good! Todd Neighoff If I had to cook a turkey first id rub the turkey with buter. Next id grill it. Then id put it on a plat. Last id eat it. Eva Brantley One time I help my daddy cook a turkey. First I cut the head. Second I put burder, bar-b-que, salt. Third I put it in the oven. done! Alyssa Middlebrooks First cut off the hed. Next take out the guts. YUCK! Then put the turkey in the oven. I feel bad for the turkey but hungry! Last eat the turkey. I have no regrets. Tristan Morua shoot andskin. Next take out the guts. “YUCK”! Then rub and season puts it in the oven and eat. I sorry turkey Im hunfre yuey turkey. Hot, good umey juicy. I LOVE Turkey! Keelan Pelham To make a turkey you need to take oof the feathers and skin it. The you cut it. Then put bar-b-que




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TURKEY from page B2 on it. Now you rub with a nife. Last you put it in the oven Raegan Hayes

on a big blue plate. Last I would put peachs and fruit around it. Cheyenne

If you want to cook a turke first stary by killing it, Then skin it with a raser blade. Next rub it with bbq. Last put it in the grill. finaly you have a turkey. Gabe Sapp

Frist you buy it. Next you pell the papper off it. Then you out it on a pan. last you cook it. Now your turkey ready to eat. Trinity Weathers


First you have to by it. Neext. you have to put it into the uven. Then when you put it out of the uven you can stuff the turkey. Last you can eat the turkey with your family. Emily Alderman First catch a live tercy. Next put it in the stove. Then wote for it to be done. Last tacke it out of the stove. Connor Brown First you get the turkey. Next you pluck it. Then you butcher it. Last you cut off its head and feet and cook it. Jonei Gordon

First me and y mom bake the turkey in the oven. Then me and mom take it out of the oven. Next me and my mom cut it up. Last me and my mom eat it. Maria On Thaksgivin Night my mom went to by a tuky y Dad puts it on the grill. Mom maks the sids, Then food is done. We eat then we we take showers. Then we go to bed. Zack First you get the turkey. My Aunt Tookie puts season on the turkey. Next she puts it on 90 degrees. Thn she puts it in the ove and bakes it. Then when it is almost ready we will say out prayes. Last we eat a big meal. Tamiajh Peterson First you catch the turkey. Next you frie the turkey in the oven. Then we say owr prayers to God for Thanksgiving. Last you carve the turkey. The big feast has begun. Blake

I thin you need spise put the spise on the turky and put it in the ofin for 6 minits and when it is finisht you eat it. Eliza Scott First you clean in off. Next, you put stuffing in i. Then you et the cram berrie sos tedy. Finly you cook the turkey. Rachel Radford First you put water in the pot. Next you put the turkey in the pot. Then you tern the uven on. Last and cook it and it will be done. Zane Laster You stuff the turkey First Next seasson the the turkey. Then cook it till its Golden brown. Last take it out and put a spice and cook it till its brown. Finaly you eat! Wyatt first you by a turkey. Next you turn the oven to 200 degres. Then you put it on a plat last you eat it. Drew Pierce This is how ou cook a turkey. Go to the store and get the turkey. Then put it in a pot of water. Then clean it out. Then stuff it and seson it with turkey seson. The you migth wont to cook it and cook it about 250 degres. Most befor you eat the turkey you need to slice it up and then eat it. Brooke Buy it from walmart. thaw it out in hot water. clean the turkey out. stuff the turkey and season the turkey. turn the oven on cook it for 350 degrees. grab a nife and fork and slice it up. Enjoy the turkey! Madison Hogue

First bie a turkey. Next bring it home and get it out of the paege. Then get some stufing. Lat stuf the stufing in the turkey and throw it in the oven wate for about 20 minits and then you have a dilishes turkey. Darrel Simon

Let me tell you how my mom cooks a turkey. First she has to buy it at a store and bring it home to thaw it out. then you need to clean all the yuckey stuff out of the turkey. and put the stuffing and seasoning all nice and chrispy. Next you heat the oven nice and warm fir you buetiful turkey. Then you heat the burtiful turkey up to 350 digrees and that will be sit whole oars then you suppost to slice it up. Next you enjoy it with your nice big cuffley family in you own little home safe with you burtiul cooked turkey with you safe and sound turkey. Abbigail

I would cook my turkey for a half an hour. Then I would put it

Me and my mom we cook a turkey for thanksgiving. We go to

First I get it from the store. I also need socesoning. Next I will put it in the oven and set it to 10 degrees. Then my mom carve it and put it on a plat. Last we all pray and thank for what were thankful for. Finaly we eat it. Elisabeth My dad will go to the store to buy a turkey. When he gets home he will bake the turkey. He will put it in the oven. He will put it on 103 degrees. He’ll take it out and carve it and then have Thanksgiving. Dillon

the store and get a ver best turkey that my family like. first we thaw it out in a cold place at in are house. Then we clean the sstuf out of it and stuf it with season in it. Next we heat the for the oven can be warm and pit the turkey in the oven and cook it about 4 min. last we take the turkey out the oven and slice it up and see how warm it was and enjoy eating it. Renecia Frist I shot a turkey. then I skin the turkey. aftre that I clean it out. nest stuff it and season it. nest I heat the oven up. then I cook it. at last I slice it up and eat it. Griffin First you get the fillin out. Then you stuf it. When you stuf it you cook it. then you cook it tacke it out. then plat it on a plat. Last put grapes let ase under it. Caitlyn The way I think you cook a turkey is First I go to the store we look and look we see a turkey! Next, we put it in a pan and stuff it with butter. Then we put it in the oven and whait and whait. finaly it is done we let it cook for 10 minuts. Last we eat the turkey I love this holaday. Havannah I would get my turkey from a barn. First I would season it and ther put the bater on it. I deep fry mine outside. I cook mine for 80 minutes. last I eat it. Amor I wnent outside and it was turkey sesene. first I kild a turkey next I took it home. then I put it on a pan. finelly I put it in the ofin and I turned the ofin on for 60 minits. last it took an hour for my to get it out. in an it was dun. I took it out and I ate it. Trace

it was finally done and me and my famliy ate it all the end. Shakevia


Frist you buy the turkey if it its frozen let it thaw out. remove the giblet pack. Next you wash the turkey put some butter under the skin, salt, put 1 onion 1 each apple and orange cut in half. Then put2 tablespoons for flout in a turkey bag and cook acoring to ditection. Cameron First you kill the turkey then you wash it put butter on it and season with cranberry sauce. Next you cook it for 80 seconds like my grandma does. Finally you dig in. Ava First, buy a turkey. Then, you wash it and then put it in a pan. Next, rub oil all over it and put seasoning on it. Then, put aluminum foi on top of the pan and put it in the oven for two hours. Finaly, Take it out of the oven and enjoy the fancy feast. Happy Turkey Day! Haley Mapel

Pick up a plump turkey from the store. Thuen thaw and inject with cajun seasoning. Then rub turkey with dry cajun rub. Heat 2 ½ gallons of peanut oil in turkey fryer to 350. Or put turkey on stand and place in oil for 4- 5- minytes per pound. I think it takes my daddy 3 of 4 hours it so good. Rebecca Brown First put oven 300 and prepare turkey. Next, remove the neck and giblets and wash him clean. Then, stuff your with your favorits stffing. then put the pop timer in. Last, make sure he’s wrapped and covered so he don’t get burnt. Prepare table say grace give thanks slice turkey. Give Thanks! Makalynn Leonard 1 12 lb Turkey, butter, Salt and pepper. Stuffing Rub turkey with salt and pepper fill turkey with stuffing. rub skin with butter

place turkey on large sheet of foil in roasting pan, seal foil tightly. Bake at 400 degrees for 3 hours fold foil back bake for 30 minutes longer or until turkey is browned. Aleshia Killingsworth First I turn on the hot water and pot the tureky in the sink and I let it thaw out. Next, I ingekte it with soning. then, then you putt it in the smocker fa for 16 hour at 250 dugrees then it locks lick my little chugey papa. Last, we git to eaat it. Alden Dee First we go to piggly wigly and get a turkey. Next heat oven to 325 degrees. Then season the turkey with salt and pepper and more spices. Finally cook the turkey for 15 minutes or each pound. Gabe Smith


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First, take the gizerds out of the turkeys butt. Next you wash it. Then, you put in sesuning with a netel. Last you couck it in a friyer. Terra First, go buy a turkey from the store. Next, wash the turkey. Then get the guts out the turkey. Last Cook the turkey for a hour. Rheagan First, First you go out and shut a fat turkey with a shotgun. Next, Next you pull out thefether and you tcke out the guts. It is intering! Then, then you put it in the gril or stove you put the time on 3:50. I like it brown! Last, Last you eat the turkey I like phesanent to.the you eat . Kaiya Owens First you kill it. Next skin it. Then you wosh it. Last You cook it then eat it with my family Braslyn First you have to go buy the turkey or kill it. Next you put a lot of pepper on it. Then you cook it for two minutes. Last you eat it. Maddie Curry First I thaw my turkey out. Next I get some seasonin then I put it on my turkey. Then I put it

in the oven for 14 hours. Last I check if it is done and then I eat. Landen

put dressing on the turkey. then eat up. Jackson Feulner

First you bie or kill the turkey. Next you wash the turkey.. you put on the spices and the turkey. then y cook the turkey, Last you eat the turkey. Mason Owens

This is the way I thin to cook a turkey. I will by the turkey from walmart. I thin it ill be 70 dollars. then wash it. put it in a pot whith greas and leave it in for 1 mite, Carrie Cooper

First buy a turkey 7 pounds and take it home. Next put it in the frezer and wait a while. Then Itake it out the freezer and put it in the oven wait 30 min and get it out and stuff it with cheese and tiny pieces of ham. Lyndsey

I ever cooked a turkey in my life and this is how I think you cook a turkey. First you have to buy the turkey from the store. Then you have to cook it for bout for 40 minites. Then ou have to rap it. Lana Otto

First catch it. Then you kill it. next you pull out the feathers. Then waosh it. Put sesning on it.Last you cook it for an hour. And then you eat the turkey on thanksgiving day with your family Jerica First kill the turkey. Next stuf it with peper and solt. Then cook the turke. Last ent the turkey. Colby Knight

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Their was a turkey that song songs and his friends did not like it so the little turkey mode a dil. the turey dill was if I stop saing songs you must clims the mountin with me and so thay did clib the mountin and that wor friends and tureky said lest have a feast ok! India McKenzie frist kill or by a turkey then skin it. Then take out the guts then put flour on it. Then put a pot on the stove and let it get hot then put the turkey in the pot and let it bake for about 10 hous. then take the pot off the stove then

I hunt turkey. I skin it. I grill it 9 hors. I wrap it. I salt it. I eat it. Jacob Jones First you go to the store to buy the turkey. Next put the turkey on a pan in the oven and cook for one hour. Then take it out and let it cool for 10 minutes. Last put it on the table and eat it. Audrey Chitty First you go to Wal-Mart and get your turke. next ou preheat the oven for 5 mi. Then ou cook the turkey and put it on the table. Last you enjoy yourseet delightful turkey. Izabel Henderson First go to the store to ge the turkey. next you need to pre heat the oven. You need to get the stuffing and seasoning. Then ou stuff and season the turkey. let it cook in the oven for an hour. Lat you can enjo it. Don’t forget the silverware. Melissa Richardson First I shoot the turkey. Next I take the turkey home. Then I put the turkey in the oven. Last I take the turkey out of the oven. The

turkey is spicy and it is good. Nevaeh Bellamy First u go and shoot a turkey. I bring it home. Next my mom Felicia cooks it. Ten she sresses it with butter from Wal-mart. Then she puts it in the oven for an hour. Last she takes it out of the oven and I set the table. We than God for our meal. Enjoy your food! Carter Kirkland First I kill its and clean it. Next put it in the oven for an hour. Then dress it. Put it on the table. Last decvour it . Davis Cox First I buy y from save-a-lot and clean it. Next ou put it on the right temperture F:28. Then you check it and see if it is done. Last you eat it. Roger First shoot it and take it home. Next preheat the oven and when the oven id hot cook the turkey. Then we take it to my grandma’s house. Last we eat. They have turkey, cornbread, byans and peas. Brayden Leavins First shoot it in the head and clean it. Next dress it and preheat the oven. Then you put it in the oven for a hour. Last you eat the turkey. Andrew Fleener First I went hunting with my dad and when we got a turkey we will take the guts out and the livers and the gizzaards. Then we will cook it for 51 hours. next, we will take it to mom and she will put the engretens on there. Last, I will get ready gor the Thanksgiving part. Annslee Johnson First we go to the store pifle

wifle to et the turkey. Second you bring the turkey. Third you clean the turkey. Fourth put the turkey in the oven for eight hours. Fith take the turkey out of the oven. Sixth pit it on a plate then put saled around it. Last engey you turkey. Maddie Peel

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I o hunting with my brother. We find the right one and shoot it.We go find the turkey. We take it home and get the guts out of it. We clean it. Then we get done cleaning it I take my mom. She puts season on it. Puts it in the oven. Cooks it for 350 degrees and two hours. When its done my mom gets out of the oven puts it on a big plate. She takes it to the table. We are ready to eat my hole family eats with us. Kasen

First you cill a turkey. Next you clean the terkey. Then you cook the turkey. Last you eat the turkey Cory Bryan

I would go to Walmart and find the fatest turkey. Then I will come home and clean my turkey. I would put it in the oven for about one hour at three hundred degress. When its done ill wash it and pat it down good. then I will put some salt and butter on it. I will put it on the dinner table. We enjoy it with ham, peas, ice chincken and sweet tea to drink. McKenzie Taylor

Every Thanksgiving me and y dad go hunting for the perfact turky. After we clean the turkey we cook it and carried it to my grandmothers house. There we eat the turkey when me and brayden my brother tugon the

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First you put it in a oven. Next take the blood out. Then put it back in the oven. Last then it is finish Khaled Brown

First you buy the turkey. Next you clean the turkey off. Then you cook the turkey. Last you take the turkey out of the oven then you eat it. Mikayla Seaborn First pluck the feathers off the turkey. Next put the turky in a big cock pot while its cooking. Then put the turky on a plate. Last eat it all up and enjoy. Calvin Chamberlain The first thing you need to do when ou cook a turkey is buy your turkey from the stor. Then you eed to put the turkey in the oven for one huer. Then you need to take it out of the oven and drane it. Then set the tabel. And Finaly injoy your thanksgiveing turkey. Sarah Fox

My dad and I go hunting with a 410 evry year. I shot a big and fat turkey last year I wander what I will shoot this year. I pluck all of the fethers. I pull out the good gizzards. I pull out al of the livers. Then I pull out all the guts. Then I stuf it for mom. Landon Hall

do you know how to make a turke I do. First you go to the sto to by some pine apples. then you turkn on the stove then pat the turkey then ou done. Paris Hooks I want to make a turkey. But how o you make it? Ow now I remember. I need to tern on the ovien for about six minitues. First I will buy row turkey fron the store I like. Next I will make it. Third I will put it in the oven. Fourth I will take it out to cool of. Last I will eat it. Anna Sellers



First, I buy a big turkey and bring it home. Second, out the ove on at 350 and wash the turkey good. Third removegiblets from the inside fo the turkey. Next rub the turkey with butter really good and put a needle in the turke to put a needle in the turkey to put seasoning in inside the turkey. Finally put the turkey in the oven for 8 hours. We serve the dressing on the side. Eat up and enjoy! Kelsey Paul

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Faith EVENTS and husband David of Miami and Lydia Trelles of Mexico City, Mexico; two nephews, Dr. Bert Davis and wife Karen of Marianna and Dr. Jeff Davis and wife Donna of Marianna. Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, at Glenwood Cemetery with Chaplain Ernie Gray officiating. Brown Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Family and friends can sign the online register at

William B. Padgett Mr. William Broward Padgett, 70, of Vernon, passed away Nov. 18, 2013, at his home. He was born Sept. 8, 1943, in Vernon, to the late Will and Willie Mae Anderson Padgett. Mr. Padgett is survived by his wife, Betty Padgett of Vernon; one son, Ricky Padgett of Burlington, VT;

two daughters, Chanell Haddix of Vernon and Rena Riley and husband Quinton of Vernon; three grandchildren, Logan Haddix, Clayton Riley and Kati Riley and one greatgranddaughter, Malaney Haddix. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, at Pleasant

Grove Methodist Church with the Rev. Alan English officiating. Interment followed in the Pleasant Grove Methodist Church Cemetery with Peel Funeral Home directing. Family received friends from 5 to 7 p.m., Wednesday at Peel Funeral Home.

Charles L. Peters Charles “Pete” L. Peters, 62, of Noma, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, at his residence following an extended illness. Pete was born in Noma, on Aug. 25, 1951, to the late John R. and Mary Patterson Peters. He was a Journeyman Lineman with WFECA for over 40 years. Pete was a member of Noma Assembly of God Church, where he has served as a Deacon for several years. Preceded in death by his parents; brothers, James L. Baxley, Edward Baxley and Kenneth Peters; sister Yvonne Carswell and brother-inlaw, Jerome Ward.

Survived by his beloved wife, Joett Peters, Noma; children, Daniel Peters(Jamie), Billie Jo Carter(Jeremy), Graceville; two brothers, Billy Gene Baxley(Betty), Stonewall, Miss. and John Wayne Peters(Helen), Marianna; sister-inlaw, JoAnn Ward, Esto; brother-in-law, Joseph Mixon(MaryAnn), Williamsburg, Va.; five grandchildren, Easton, Keelan, Jayvia, Jody and Julianne and several nieces and nephews. Funeral service was at 1 p.m., Friday, Nov. 22, 2013, at Noma Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Daryl Messer and the Rev. Edwin Bell officiating.

Burial followed in Noma Cemetery with James & Lipford Funeral Home in Graceville directing. Flowers accepted or those wishing may make memorials to Noma AOG Church 1062 Tindell Street Noma, FL 32425 or Covenant Hospice 4215 Kelson Avenue, Suite E, Marianna, FL 32446. Family received friends at Noma Assembly of God Church Thursday, from 6 to 8 p.m. A special “thankyou” to Covenant Hospice for all the kindness and care you have given to my husband, our father, our grandfather. Expressions of sympathy can be made at www.jamesandlipford. com.

Dorothy D. Temples Ms. Dorothy of love for her Denise “Dee” family to follow Temples, 53, went and there will be a home to be with big hole left in the her Lord and hearts of everyone Savior on Nov. 17, that loved her. 2013, at her home Dee is in Chipley following preceded in death DOROTHY D. by her loving a short battle with TEMPLES cancer. father, Charles Dee was Q. Temples; a lifelong resident of grandparents, William Chipley and worked as a and Ruby Stevenson and Food Safety Consultant Quincy and Gertrude and Crisis Management Temples. Advisor where she She is survived by her received several mother, Mary Temples of certificates and awards Chipley; her two “boys”, and had a huge impact Jason Curry (Brandi) on everyone she met. of Chipley and Shannon She was not only good at Curry (LeAnn) of Bonifay; her job, but enjoyed it as a sister, Laura Rehberg well. She never missed an (Perry) of Cottondale; opportunity to tell people brothers, Charles about the love of her Lord (Charlene) of Tallahassee and how much He had and David (Patricia) of done for her especially Dothan, Ala.; Uncles, during her illness. Among James David Ellis (Joyce) other hobbies, Dee loved of Lake City and W. Calvin to “drown a worm” every Stevenson (Joyce) of chance she got and more Vernon; grandchildren, importantly, absolutely Madison, Wesley, Brason, loved her grandchildren Maddie, Mika, Ava and with all of her heart. Dee Gavin; and six nephews has left a wonderful legacy and two nieces.

Joshua K. Wyatt Joshua Keith Wyatt, 26, of Bonifay, died Nov. 18, 2013. A memorial service was held, Nov. 25, 2013 at First Baptist Church.

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A celebration of Dee’s life was held on Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013, at 10 a.m., at the First Baptist Church of Chipley with Pastor David Temples officiating. The family received friends one hour prior to the beginning of the service. In lieu of flowers, the family asks the contributions be sent in Dee’s memory to Marianna Covenant Hospice, 4215 Kelson Ave. Suite E., Marianna, FL 32446 or to Westwood Presbyterian Church Missions Fund, 5480 W. Main St. Dothan, AL 36305. The family would also like to extend a special thank you to the staff of Covenant Hospice, staff of CCU at Southeast Medical Center and all of the friends that have shown us love and compassion during these difficult weeks. Friends and family may sign the online register at Brown Funeral Home of Chipley is in charge of the arrangements.

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Community EVENTS A Jazzy Christmas CHIPLEY — Looking for a great way to kick off the holiday season? Join the Chipley High School Jazz Ensemble for “A Jazzy Christmas” Dinner Concert on Monday, Dec. 2. Sponsored by the Chipley Band Boosters, this event features a steak dinner, accompanied by the sounds of the holiday season performed live by the talented musicians of the CHS Jazz Ensemble. Tickets are $45 per couple or $30 per person. Proceeds from the event will help the CHS Band in its fundraising effort to travel to Washington DC in May 2014 to pay a musical tribute to our country’s veterans as part of the National Memorial Day Concert Series at the National World War II Monument. “A Jazzy Christmas” begins at 6 P.M., at the First Baptist Church Student Building on South Boulevard. Advance tickets can be purchased from any CHS Band member or parent, or make your reservation by phone through the CHS Band Office at 638-6100, extension 525, or by email at before Nov. 26.

A Classic Chipley Christmas CHIPLEY — The Spanish Trail Playhouse is presenting “A Classic Chipley Christmas” at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the Spanish Trail Playhouse Theatre. The show features some of everyone’s favorite Christmas songs with talented performers from the tri-state area. Performers include Phyllis Sloan, Seth Cook, Rob Nixon, Casey Johns, Terri Garrett, Patrick Roark, Kevin Russell, Steve Yates, Emory Wells, Hope Schofield, Lee Shook, Trish Brannon, Deanna Bailey, The Dance Factory, Salem Acuff, Katie Jenkins, and Carrie Bennett,

directed by Jimmy Miller. Please make your Christmas season even more special by enjoying this Spanish Trail Playhouse tradition. Tickets are general admission, $10, and will be on sale from until Dec. 6 at the Washington County Public Library. Tickets will be on sale at the box office on Dec. 7, the day of the show. Enjoy this Spanish Trail Playhouse Christmas concert and support your local volunteer theatre. 680 2nd Street, Chipley, Florida, 326-3685.

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Paint with Santa BONIFAY — The Washington-Holmes Domestic Violence Task Force and the Silver Door will be sponsoring a Paint with Santa day fro 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., on Saturday, Dec. 7. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the WHDVTF. For more information call 547-3321.

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Mo’s Trading Post and Flea Market 5157 HWY 77, Sunny Hills, Greenhead area. Tables, Spaces, booths. Daily, weekly or month. Call for rates 850-326-2201.

Healthcare/Medical Medical office currently looking for an ARNP/PA to join our medical team. Our office specializes in Cardiology, Internal Medicine & Family Practice in Bonifay. Please fax resume & references to 850-547-5415, attn Kim Sasser.

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Classified In-column DEADLINES Washington Co. News Holmes County Times To Run Wednesday, November 27 Due Friday, November 22, 5:00 pm Call (850) 747-5020 or 1-800-345-8688 or visit us online at The classified department will be closed Thursday, November 28. We will open Friday, November 29, at 8 a.m.


ADMINISTRATIVE The Holmes County Board of County Commissioners is currently accepting applications for two (2) Temporary Clerical Data Entry Positions for disaster related work to assist with FEMA DR-4138. For application, log on to and click on job openings. For complete job description contact Wanda Stafford or Tiffany Majors at the Holmes County Emergency Management Office, 1001 East Hwy 90, Bonifay, FL 32425, or call (850) 547-1112. Please turn in your application to the Holmes County Emergency Management Office no later than 4:00 pm on December 2, 2013. Holmes County is a D r u g - F r e e Workplace and Equal Opportunity Employer.

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General The First United Methodist Church of Chipley Florida is seeking a candidate to fill the temporary position of Custodian. The position may lead to a permanent position. Duties include cleaning the building, ordering supplies and maintaining equipment. Required work experience includes three years in a service role and a minimum of six months as a custodian. Compensation based on experience. ( $13,500.00 $16,500.00 per year) For additional information on the job requirements you may call the Office Administrator at 850-638-0010. Email your resume to Location: 1285 Jackson Avenue, Chipley, Florida 32428

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ADMINISTRATIVE Tri-County Community Council, Inc., is accepting applications for a Part-time (24 hours per week) Community Services Specialist for the Bay County Outreach office. . PRIMARY DUTIES: Assist low income families in need of assistance with Services Programs and coordinate with other social service agencies. QUALIFICATIONS: Two year degree and one year work experience serving the low-income or elderly; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have Current driver’s license and proper vehicle insurance coverage. Must comply with background screening.For information call Leaann, Personnel Tech @ 800-395-2696. Applications are available at any Tri-County Community Council office or on the agency website @ www.tricountycommunityc o u n c i l . c o m and must be submitted by December 02, 2013 @ 4:00 p.m.Successful applicant will be subject to a pre-employment drug test. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DRUG AND SMOKE FREE WORKPLACE.

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Executive Office Space for rent downtown Chipley. (850)638-1918 Retail Store Space available.Main Street. Downtown Chipley. 850-638-1918

FOR RENT 1B/R apartment, convenient location in Chipley. No pets. 850-638-4640 Mandi Lea Apartments in Vernon, 2/BR. Financial Assistance available if qualified. 638-4640. Two Bdrm. Apartment w/fireplace. Bonifay area.Includes all utilities. $500/month. (850)326-4548.

2BR/2BA House for rent. Great kitchen, very clean & well maintained. Large master bath. $775/mth. 638-9127. 3BR/1BA for rent. No pets. Deposit, & references required. HUD accepted. $595/mth Chipley. (850)638-1918 For Rent or Sell by Owner 3BR/2BA, Updated, CHA, conveniently located. handicapped accessible. No HUD 850-547-2091, 8 5 0 - 6 3 8 - 1 4 8 3 , 850-481-5352. Nice clean houses, apartments & mobile homes for rent in Bonifay area. HUD approved. Also, homes for sale, owner financing with good credit. Call Martha (850)547-5085, (850)547-2531.

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Mobile Homes For Rent 2 and 3 Bedrooms in Cottondale, Central Heat and Air. $400 - $500 a month. 850-258-1594. Quiet living in the country! Multiple 3 bed/2 bath mobile homes on spacious lots to choose from starting at $595/mo. Located in Bonifay close to area schools. In the highly sought after Sideline Mobile Home Community with the only neighborhood watch program in Holmes county. Well maintained grounds with street lights and a bus stop for your c h i l d r e n . (850)614-1108. Call Trent to set an appointment.

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Home for sale on Northride Ln. on north side of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Bonifay. $ 1 2 5 , 0 0 0 . (850)768-0165.

FLORIDA WATERFRONT CONDO LIQUIDATION SALE! Brand new 2BR/2BA 1,690sf luxury condo only $149,900 Originally under contract for $365,000. Near downtown Orlando & all theme parks/ attractions. Must see. Call now 877-333-0272, x 173

BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN BARGAIN! 25 acres only $84,900. Beautifully wooded rolling mountaintop terrain, backs up to national forest. Enjoy stream, abundant wildlife, spectacular views, trails throughout. Paved rd frontage municipal water, utilities - all completed. Excellent financing. Call now 866-952-5303, x 83 TENN. LAND BARGAIN WITH FREE BOAT SLIP! 1.70 acres meadows overlooks 140 acre Nature Preserve, streams & ponds. Only $19,900. 6.1 acre hardwoods Only $27,900. FREE boat slips. Excellent financing, little down. Call now 1-877-8880267, x446

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SALES REPRESENTATIVE Washington County News & Holmes County Times-Advertiser Halifax Media Group is looking for sales representatives and account executives with a background in outside sales, B2B and business development. If you are in sales and confident in your sales abilities, then this opportunity may be for you. Washington and Holmes counties are just a short drive to the World’s Most Beautiful Beaches and have plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities. As an outside sales rep, you will be working as a business development manager selling Business to Business. Responsibilities: Preparing for appointments - travel is local and typically within a 50 mile radius of your office Meeting daily with owners of small to medium sized businesses with the goal of marketing and securing Business Conducting our “solutions based� approach to qualifying potential business for new sales leads in between appointments and during networking opportunities Contacting Sales Coordinator with feedback from appointments and sharing new business lead opportunities. Reviewing the day’s successes and challenges with your Sales Manager, gaining sales support as appropriate— all administrative support people have a vested interest in your success In our organization, we offer the following to our outside sales Account Executives: Great Benefits and Compensation Program Commissions and Bonus New hire and ongoing training and development Requirements: At least two years of face-to-face direct sales, outside sales, B2B, Business Development experience is preferred. Bachelor’s degree preferred but not necessary. We will consider the right experience over a degree Highly self-motivated and self-disciplined with ability to work effectively with little or no supervision Outgoing personality with expertise at developing relationships, particularly with business owners, company decision-makers and CEOs. Good communicator-excellent listening skills and ability to offer solutions. To apply: Send resume to EOE, Drug-Free Workplace No phone calls, please Web ID#: 34268870




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Position: Street Crewman II The City of Chipley is accepting applications for a Street Crewman II. Minimum Requirements: Knowledge of general and ground maintenance procedures, including skill in operation and maintenance of equipment and tools. Education and Experience: High School diploma or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma. One (1) year experience operating heavy equipment. Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Florida class “A� CDL. Must be eligible for a D.O.C. Inmate Supervisor Card. Deadline: Open until filled. EOE/Drug Free Workplace


Job Opportunity: City Clerk, City of Vernon, FL. The City of Vernon will be accepting applications for City Clerk; this is a highly responsible administrative and supervisory position. Responsibilities include but are not limited to, acting as the custodian of the City’s records and seal; Notary, Clerk to the City Council. Work involves preparing City Council meeting agendas, minutes of City meetings, managing City contracts, receiving legal documents on the City’s behalf, and supporting the Mayor, Council Members and other personnel directly involved in the City’s management. Employee is also responsible for billing, collections, depositing, and reporting for the water department, Employee is responsible for preparing monthly financial reports to the Council, preparing payroll, filing quarterly tax reports, monthly tax reports and deposits, end of year payroll tax reports and processing W-2 and 1099 tax forms. Employee will be required to work evenings for Council Meetings and other City Board meetings. Employee must maintain effective working relationships, exercise independent judgment, confidentiality, discretion and initiative in carrying out the daily operations of the City. The City Clerk is an appointed official. Work is performed under limited supervision under the direction of the Mayor and City Council. Minimum Qualifications o Knowledge of effective budget processes, administrative principles, practices, procedures and methods. o Working knowledge of legal advertising requirements, intergovernmental relations, election laws and procedures, and procurement laws and procedures. o Considerable knowledge of the practice and methods, and state regulations for public records management, retention, and disposition. o Ability to effectively organize, supervise, train, and direct employees. o Proficient in computer applications, including Microsoft Office and Quick Books Pro o Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. o Knowledge of accounts receivable and payable Training & Experience High School Diploma or equivalent; prior city, town, or other governmental experience is a plus. Special Requirements o Notary Public of the State of Florida, or obtain license within three (3) months of employment. o Valid Florida Driver’s License. o Ability to be bonded The City of Vernon is a drug-free workplace. A pre-employment drug screen, criminal history background investigation and a driver’s license verification will be conducted. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Application Deadline: December 9, 2013. Rate of pay for this position: Depending on Qualifications




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........ $

Auto, 31 MPG, 9k Miles, Chrome Rims, Heated Seats, Cruise, Leather, Rear Air, Dual Exhaust, PA2919 $


Auto, Only 6k Miles, Bluetooth, Cruise, All Power, 3rd Row, PA2886


Auto Leather, All Power, Nav, Cruise, Htd Seats, H1674A


Auto, 5.7L V8 Hemi, 11k Miles, Nav, Cruise, Leather, All Power, Tow Pkge, Dual Climate Ctrl, PC2913 $ Auto, 24k MIles, Dual Climate Ctrl, Cruise, Bluetooth, Rear Air, 3rd Row, Tow Pkge, PC2890 ...... $


Auto, V8, 1 Owner, Step Rails, Power Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, CD/Aux, PH0770

12 RAM 1500 LIMITED 4X4


Auto, 22k Miles, All Power, Htd Seats, Bluetooth, Cruise, Leather, Dual Climate Ctrl, PC3014 ...... $

32,988 ...... 32,988




Auto, 4Dr, All Power, Tow Pkge, CD/Aux, Bluetooth, Cruise, J0081A ......................... $



LOADED! 6 Spd, V8, Leather, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Sunroof, Nav, PA2970



4x4, Auto, v6, 4dr, Pwr Win & Locks, Only 13k Miles, PA3021 ..............................


Auto, Only 30k Miles, 35 MPG, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr MIrrors, Bluetooth, CD/Aux, PA2845


Auto, 38 MPG, 19k MIles, Sunroof, Nav, Cruise, BLuetooth, Leather, All Power, H1439A


Auto, Rear Air, Cruise, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, PC2946


Auto, 30 MPG, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD/Aux, Cruise, Only 21k Miles, Still under Warranty, H1530A $

Auto, 34 MPG, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, CD/USB/AUX, Rear Spoiler, Rain Guards, H0912B$

SOUTHEAST’S LARGEST USED CAR SELECTION!! 1 Owner, Nav, Leather Wrapped Seats, Cruise, All Power, Bluetooth, PC3007 .................. $



Auto, Mem Driver Seat, Dual Climate Ctrl, Cruise, Leather, All Power, Rear Ent, G1093C .......... $



21,988 07 LINCOLN MKX V6 ....................... 19,988 03 MERCEDES-BENZ SL500 .......... 19,988 08 SATURN SKY REDLINE CONVERTIBLE .................................... 18,988 Auto, Sunroof, Leather, Cruise, Al Power, Htd/Cld Seats, Bluetooth, Dual Climate Ctrl, PC2908 ...... $



Auto, Roof Rack, Cruise, Pwr Win & Lock, Pwr Mirrors, Leather, Tow Pkge, J0157C

............. $

08 RAM 1500 SLT 4X4 BIG HORN

Auto, CD/Aux, Cruise, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Bluetooth, Tow Pgke, Chrome Rims, PC2933A . $


Auto, Moonroof, Leather, All power, Nav, Cruise, Htd/Cld Seats, H1564B


Auto, Chrome Rims, Tint, Sunroof, Nav, Bluetooth, Cruise, All Power, J0238A

Leather, All Power, Nav, Auto, Bluetooth, Mem Driver Seat, Htd Seats, LOADED! H1652A


Auto, V6, Leather, Heated Seats, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Rear Air, CD/Aux, Cruise, PC2972

Pwr Win & Locks, CD/Aux, Cruise, Leather, PC2686C2



Auto, 1 Owner, 37 MPG, Black Rims, Pwr WIn & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, CD/Aux, PH0724

........ $



16,988 .......... 15,988 09 HYUNDAI SANTA FE GLS V6 .............................. 14,988 08 DODGE DURANGO SLT 14,988 08 HYUNDAI SANTA FE LIMITED V6 ...... 12,988 08 KIA OPTIMA LX ........................... 11,988 04 TOYOTA CAMRY LE V6 .............................................. 10,988 04 CADILLAC DEVILLE V8 ................................ 9,988 04 DODGE DURANGO SLT V8 ....................... 9,988 02 AUDI TT CONVERTIBLE ......................................... 8,998 03 GMC ENVOY XL ................. 7,998 99 SUBARU FORESTER L ............................................... 5,998 Auto, V6, CD, Cruise, Pwr WIn & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, H1716B .............................. $

06 LEXUS RX330 V6

Auto, Leather, Sunroof, Roof Rack, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Cruise, Rear Air, H1129A


Auto, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD/Aux, Cruise, H1706A


Auto, V8, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, Bluetooth, CD/Aux, Leather, Tow Pkge, 3rd Row, PH0744A $

Auto, V6, All Power, Cruise, Dual Climate Ctrl, 3rd Row, Sunroof, Rear Air, New Tires, H1167A Auto, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, CD, 31 MPG, PH0769A




Auto, All Power, Cruise, Leather, H1701A

Auto, V8, Leather, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Cruise, PC2893A


Auto, Tint, Leather, All Power, CD, Cruise, Rear Air, Hemi, Tow Pkge, H1034A


Leather, 6 Speed, Power Windows & Locks, H1158B



Auto, Leather, Htd Seats, Dual Climate Ctrl, BOSE Stereo, Cruise, Tow PKge, H1508B


Roof Rack, Power Win & Locks, CD, H1680B










Auto, Extended Cab, 12T136E ..........................................................

Auto, Wagon, Cruise, Pwr Win & Locks, Roof Rack, H1680B ....................................

Auto, Leather, Tint, Sunroof, All Power, PA2831B ............................................


24,888 22,988

Auto, Leather, Sunroof, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Bluetooth, Htd Seats, Cruise, J0009A

Auto, V6, All Power, Leather, Push Start, Cruise, Rear Air, Bluetooth, Htd Seats, H1283A .......... $

... $

20,988 .. 19,988 19,988 08 CHEVROLET 1500 SILVERADO LT 4X4 .......... 18,988 18,988 Auto, 1 Owner, 4 Dr, Mem Driver Seat, Nav, Htd Seats, Dual Climate Ctrl, Bluetooth, Cruise, J0174A1 $


Auto, 4dr, Step Rails, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Dual Climate Ctrl, Cruise, Tow Pkge, PC2921A $ Auto, V8, Z71, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD, Bluetooth, Cruise, Tow Pkge, H0986D

17,988 08 FORD EDGE SEL ..................... 16,988 10 TOYOTA PRIUS IV ...... 15,988 09 TOYOTA RAV4 ..................... 15,988 05 CADILLAC STS V8 ........... 14,988 08 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER ..................... 13,888 07 BMW 328i V6 ..... 12,988

Auto, Only 23k Miles, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD/Aux, Cruise, Bluetooth, J0098A........... $

Auto, Leather, Sunroof, All Power, Nav, Push Start, Dual Climate Ctrl, Htd/cld Seats, J0144C ..........$


Auto, Chrome Wheels, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD, Cruise, H1712A


Auto, Tint, Leather, All Power, Sunroof, Nav, Dual Climate Ctrl, Htd/Cld Seats, PC2879A


Auto, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Dual Climate Ctrl, Tow Pkge, PC2991


Auto, 31 MPG, Sunroof, Leather, All Power, Dual Climate Ctrl, Bluetooth, CD, Rear Air, PA2833A



Auto, Convertible, 30 MPG, Power Win & Locks, Pioneer Stereo, H0620B ........................ $



9,998 04 GMC YUKON XL DENALI V8 .............. 9,998 06 FORD EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUER V8 ............. 8,998 06 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY V6 ............. 7,998 04 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LS ....................... 6,998 01 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN LT V8 ..............5,998

Auto, Sunroof, Leather, All Power, Chrome Rims, Mem Driver Seat, Nav, Rear Ent, Cruise, H1237B ....... $ Auto, Leather, Nav, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, 3rd Row, Rear Ent, Tow Pkge, PC2792A


Auto, Leather, All Power, Cruise, Sunroof, Mem Driver Seat, Htd/cld seats, Cruise, H0935B


Auto, CD, Dual Climate Ctrl, Cruise, Power Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Stow-n-Go, PC2903A



Auto, 32MPG, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Leather, Cruise, CD, PC2767A

Auto, Leather, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Htd Front Seats, 3rd Row, Tow PKge, H1480B






Auto, Cold Air, PH0757 ...............................................................

5,998 4,998

Auto, 30 MPG, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, H1364A .........................................




Auto, Local Trade, Cold Air, PH0728B ....................................................

Auto, 1 Owner, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD/Aux, H0871A ................................. $




15,988 ........................ 14,988 05 LEXUS RX330 .................... 14,988 09 TOYOTA CAMRY LE ................. 13,988 08 NISSAN QUEST SL V6 ......... 11,988 08 PONTIAC G6 GT ............... 10,988 04 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR .................. 9,998 05 LINCOLN LS V6 ........ 9,988 01 GMC YUKON SLT V8 ................. 8,988 04 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR LUXURY V8 ........................ 7,988 05 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER TOURING .................................. 6,998 05 HYUNDAI SANTA FE GLS V6 .................................... 5,998 99 BUICK REGAL LS V6 ................................... 5,998 97 LINCOLN TOWNCAR EXECUTIVE V8 ........................................................ 4,998 Auto, V6, Dual Climate Ctrl, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, Tow Pkge, H0988A ............ $


Auto, Leather, Sunroof, Nav, All Power, Heated Seats, Cruise, H1589B


Auto, Leather, Roof, All Power, Nav, Cruise, Bluetooth, Htd Seats, PC2809A


Auto, 31 MPG, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, Cruise, CD/Aux, Leather, PA2840A

Auto, V6, Sunroof, Leather, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Cruise, Bluetooth, 3rd Row, H1509B

Auto, V6, Rear Spoiler, Sunroof, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD/Aux, PH0732B




Auto, V8, Tint, Chrome Wheels, Leather, Sunroof, All Power, Nav, Rear Air, G1226B


Auto, V6, 1 Owner, Sunroof, Leather, All Power, Mem Driver Seat, Htd/Cld Seats, Cruise, H1736A


Auto, Mem Driver Seat, Heated Front Seats, Leather, All Power, Tow Pkge, PA2609B



Auto, V8, Mem Driver Seat, Nav, Leather, Cruise, Rear Air, 3rd Row, H1562B Auto, Tinted Glass, Power Win & Locks, CD, Cruise, PC2907B



Auto, Roof Rack, Power WIn & Locks, Cruise, CD, H1621B

Auto, 30 MPG, Leather, All Power, Dual Climate Ctrl, H1365A



Auto, Leather, All Power, J0027B

02 FORD F250 SUPER DUTY LX Auto, V8, Tint, Tow Pkge, Long Bed, 12T136B






* With Approved Credit. Plus Tax, Tag & Fees. Payments will vary. See Dealer for full disclosure and details.




Auto, 51 City/48 Hwy MPG, Push Start, Cruise, Bluetooth, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, PC2948A




Auto, V6, Leather, All Power Options, Rear Air, 6 Disc CD, Cruise, PH0771






Auto, V6, Pwr Win & Locks, Pwr Mirrors, CD/Aux, Bluetooth, 3rd Row, Rear Air, PH0760 ........... $



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