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Page 6 Indian Valley & Mesa News Doris Baker enjoyed a trip to Meridian on Friday. She met with her daughter, Margaret Watson of Twin Falls, and spent the night at the home of Ryan and Laura Watson. On Saturday they enjoyed the first birthday party for great grandson, Cooper. There were about thirty friends and family in attendance and they all had a great time. Larry Boehm and Bey Galloway were off to watch Micah Galloway's basketball game in Payette this past Tuesday. Bey says they really enjoy watching all the games for the younger group of players. Thursday, they enjoyed their Cuddy Mountain Ramblers lunch meeting at Lakey's Caf~. Afterward, they went to visit friends, Marvin and Lynda Dotson, in New Meadows. Friday night they enjoyed' the taco feed fund raiser at The Cambridge Senior Center. Sunday they got in a good visit with valley friends, Jim Penne and Fran Villano, while they enjoyed a nice dinner at the Indian Valley Trap Club. Wanna Belle Coriell enjoyed a drive to Wilder with friend. Phyllis Widner, on Monday. The two were out and about to attend a Rebekah Lodge meeting for the day. Bill and Ruth Reeder enjoyed having Tony and Yvette Hensley and their three little ones out for the day on Thursday. Saturday, they had Danielle and Darian Hensley spend time with them, along with Dave, Becca and Ethan Crosby. Monday, Tony and family were back out to visit for the day and enjoy a nice lunch. Connie Hornyak reported good news that Sharon Gagin was back Community_ Spotlight 0 by Deb Wilson Lorie and Tim manage a successful new art form from their home in Glendale. The drive there runs through treacherous icy snow, past Starkey Hot Springs. Tim had wanted to move to the middle of nowhere, and it seems he has achieved it. Their unique home provides a warm welcome amidst the snow and forest. A ~{tth of books, hanging colored lighta, souvenirs and posters decorate the walls and ceiling of their wootl post l ou c, Lorie climbs up a rope to get to her high loft office. Tim built the house himself when he moved there in 1973. He'd grown up in Chicago, and his friends thought he was crazy when he headed to Idaho. He said his ride with a van load of hippies "popped out in Council" after they'd been lost all day. It seemed like the right place to be. Skis, snowshoes and outdoor gear hanging around the walls testify to their love of the outdoor diversity of this area. Their talents testify to the inner diversity of their personalities. He writes, she crafts fantasy pictures and surrealistic art scrapbook material on Photoshop. He pulls practical jokes and tells uproarious stories, she provides serious counsel to friends and cohorts. He's a baby boomer, she's a 30 something. But they both love music and happiness, and enthtlsiastically compliment and inspire each other at every opportunity. Lorie loves Tim's humor, it's one of the reasons she married him. They both love Annie, their Blue Heeler Corgi, whose job it is to chase visiting cows out Wednesday, February 8, 2012 Bear Facts home from her cataract surgery and recovering nicely. Although there is a bit of pain as expected, she is doing well. Tom and Judy Green enjoyed a day visiting Boyce Thompson Arbor.etum in Arizona on Friday. They had breakfast with daughter, Janel and her friend, Issabel first, and then laughed as they made a few wrong turns finding the park and found themselves in Miami! Well, Miami, AZ that is! After finding the park, they enjoyed walking through the many exhibits, which included many species of plants and a "walk about" through the Australian exhibit. Connie Hornyak and her daughter, Tammy had a long time waiting when they made a trip to McCall on Tuesday. Connie's great granddaughter was supposed to make her appearance that day, but after many hours of the yard. every time she and Tim Lorie, the daughter of talked. One day she Sue and Stan Davison, gathered all of her nerve, grew up on an Indian and cornered Tim with Valley ranch. Her "You're my beloved... grandfather, a fighter you're the embodiment pilot in WWlI, graduated of everything I admire." from Duke University Stunned with disbelief in North Carolina. Her at his incredible good room, a talented artistfortune, he stammered herself,came west out, "That's nice..." He and met Stan, a native thought she was the Idahoan. sweetest woman in town. Dad and mom That was 12 years encouraged her and her ago. Their wedding sister's creativity and album photos reflect a of waiting and walking with granddaughter, Amanda, around the hospital hallways, she still hadn't come. Connie and Tammy spent the night, but came home the following afternoon when there still was no baby. Little Alerie Aimes made her appearance on Thursday though, and is doing well. Tammy and Connie also made a trip to town on Monday to take care of business and enjoyed a bit of pampering at Kay Van Order's in Cambridge. Connie continues to send her thanks to her many friends for all of their continued support. She is so grateful for all the love shown. It was Happy Birthday to Don Lakey this past Saturday, who turned twenty-one years of age once againl Thanks to the organizational skills of Kevin, Tlna and Donevin Lakey of Gooding, part of the family met at Julie Harvey's home on Friday evening for a adventurous play. Dad made them play tools and art studios, and a 17-foot-tall pole swing. Tim had been the editor of the Adams County Record from 1997"-2008, after working 12 years for the Forest Service and 12 years of logging. The paper was hopping. Lorie had reported for the Record for 8 months. She'd watched her friends go through terriblerelationships at college. She avoided romantic attachments so she wouldn't be hurt. But her trust grew could never be satisfied with just painting still life. Later she spent a year at the art center in Pasadena, California. She learned the rich potentials of Adobe Photoshop and computer courses, a constant and satisfying learning experience. Her computer digital scrapbooking business combines traditional scrapbook art with the new computer renaissance theme fairy story, held outdoors in their garden, complete with a Maypole dance. Lorie made a gorgeous wedding dress from 3 kinds of silk, and sewed all of the outfits for her wedding party. Tim brags about her wedding cake being the best food he'd ever tasted. It was a phenomenal event. Lorie's a phenomenal artist, able to develop the pictures and stories inside of her head into a free form of fantastic art. She completed formal training at the College of Idaho, and found she technology and Internet access. Illustrations available in her digital scrapbooking kits provide picturesque playgrounds, magic kingdoms, fairylands and vivid backgrounds to the modern scrapbooker with a few strokes of the computer keyboard. Her work is alive with color, innocence and drama that turn ordinary photographs into storybooks of wonder. Her products can be seen at http://shop. Lorie-Davison. It's part of an great spaghetti dinner. Saturday they were joined by Mike and Angle Campbell, Matt and Melinda Harvey and Kayden, Jed and Cathy Lakey and Hannah, Royce, Beth and Thaine Bauer and Julie. Grandpa's best birthday present was having Matthew and Kevin there to help finish up the insulation process in the basement. Joan's best present was she didn't have to cook a thing and had her family all about all weekend. Happy Birthday, Don and glad you had a wonderful one. Craig and Ardis Boll made a trip to Grangeville to take some snow tires to Challis who will be using her brother's car for a bit after being in a small fender bender. Thankfully, Challis is just fine and without injuries. After, they went to McCall to watch the girls' basketball games. Good news for the family is that Ardis passed her testing this past Monday, incredible new industry, which allows people to make a living even in the most impoverished areas. A creative team of 30 people all over the world works for her. A small, strong international community of scrapbookers share and form galleries and network on line. Lorie says they survive because "On any given day somewhere in the world the economy is OK," and because m a n y countries p[0vidc free/ low cost DSL and computer services to help with family based economy. T i m works hard to provide the Internet pirate protection for her business. He handles her fan mail and helps write her blog (http:// loriedavison.blogspot. com/}. "It's really a combined effort," they said. Tim has his own flair for the dramatic. His captivating stories include his time in Mexico 30 years ago. A strange man with a rifle hiked him into an ancient Indian village covered by vines full of hundreds of spider monkeys, then let him go. Tim shared how, as a traveler there, he carried a hammock, and rented hammock hooks and netting at night to ward off the vampire bats. The Adams County Record l By Lynn Leatherman 739-5756 proving that studying does pay offi Craig , enjoyed being part of the honor guard assignment - for the state troopers in " Meridian. "' Robin Juica enjoyed ~ a great educational ' experience on Thursday. ' She attended a fire ~- department officers training meeting in Ontario and learned lots of valuable information to bring back to the crew , in Indian Valley. Ron and janet Meyer were amazed to discover having two snowy owls ,, in their yard this past '. week. They had been watching a documentary ' regarding the migration of the birds in Idaho. and enjoyed the three- . day visit from the birds. , Despite the ground hogs : warning, Janet says they have purchased their first garden seeds, so I know spring is coming soon! To all I wish a wonderful week. Enjoy the beautiful sunshine. ,m w 4 His other favorite ~ stories include get togethers with Council area friends, and the bars, where for a while he says there were "fights every night, but great music." He thinks the local exploding musical scene culminated the night lla Grace Fuchs shot her husband Donald (Oct 16, 1976), during a big western music rock festival at the Council Hotel (now the Ace Saloon). "There wasn't much TV available, but the local talent was great," he recalled. Tim said he was no comparison to the Fisks, but he played washtub base and harmonica, and is pictured in the poster of the Idaho Folk Festival at the Alpine Playhouse in McCall. He also performed magic tricks, and played an ore and did pyrotechnics in the local production of The Hobbit. "He's a wonderful orator, and his character voices are the best," Lorie affirmed of his time reading for the library. "He also tries to give back, to say thank you for what he's been given." Years ago Tim mailed in his application to become a legally ordained minister of the Universal Life Church, and has presided over dozens of weddings, often nontraditional and outdoors. They talk about travel one day soon. Lorie named many places she would like to go. Tim promised to play Jimi Hendrix on the electric guitar for Lorie by the time he was 60, but he hasn't learned it yet. But who knows? She is continually fascinated by his surprises. by Gaye Carter 258-4471 Toby Warner spent and Grandmother Tlna Saturday checking on and Eva. week, but the bull has good in the mornings, Saturday at Bear Warner. their trailer and visiting There was a cow not been seen yet. but the mud is fairly cleaning driveways Arlen Warner and Don with Joe Warner and moose visiting at the The roadway to deep once the sun hits. for his mother Arlen Armstrong were at Bear grandchildren Charles Seven Devils Lodge thisCuprum has been pretty i i i,,, Rowland Auction Service Sales are Fridays at 12:30 PM. Dennis Rowland. Owner Ceil: 208-983-7400 Brent Rowland. Rep. 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