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Page 6 Indian Valley & Mesa News Thursday, Ap.,11 9, 2009 Here comes Peter Cottontail... 6:30pm. Bring a covered dish, your own place setting and settle in for an evening of good food, good friends and some good old fashioned country fun with your neighbors. Out And About... Wanda Morgensen and her two daughters, Marcia and Toni, left on a trip to Calffomla on Wednesday, April 1st. They traveled to Carson City, Nevada, and then over Kit Carson Pass into California. Wanda said that Kit Carson Pass was the most beautiful moun- tain pass she had ever been on. There were still a lot of high snow banks on the sides of the road. They were on a quest to try to locate some very old pictures of the Morgensen family, and visited in the home of Paul and Lucille Goodlin in Corcoran, Califomia. On the way home, they visited Newman, California, where they used to live by the San Joaquin River, when Tony was stationed at Crows Landing NAS. The Naval Air Stttion at Crows Landing no longer Fran Villano wants to remind all children up to the age of I0 that they are invited to the annual Indian Valley Easter Egg Hunt and Bake Sale on Saturday, April 1 lth. Bake sale starts at 10am and the egg hunt starts promptly at 11am. This gala event will be held in the field behind the IV Fire Hall & Post Office on Mundy Gulch Road. It is recommended that the kiddies wear their boots. Student volunteers are needed to help hide the eggs and will receive a Certificate for their par- ticipation. Also baked goods are needed for the sale. We are asking that these be dropped off at the Fire Hall at 9:30am. Proceeds from the Bake Sale go to benefit the IV Fire Dept. and Ladies Auxiliary. All children win a prize! When you're done in IV, hop on over to Council for their Egg Hunt at lpm. Calling 12 under B... Sandi Coates wants everyone to remem- ber the monthly pot- luck/bingo night at the Indian Valley Firehall on Saturday evening at exists. They also visit- ed some of the old min t ing towns like Sonora, Tuttletown, and Rawhide in Calaveras County, home of some of Mark Twain's stories. The old towns have some won- derful, carefully restored buildings, and lots of antique shops. The weather was wonderful, and they brought home some super, really fresh Califomia oranges, and lots of pictures. Sharon and Chris Gagin were able to get out and go to Ontario this past week. Even though it was only a trip for groceries and not for something really excit- ing, it was still nice to get out. The Bell's had com- pany on Wednesday night as Craig's old friend, Ed Sampson of Winnemucca, NV, visited. Craig, Ed and two other old school friends, Bill Gleixner of Winnemucca and Kraig Spelman of New Meadows snuck off to do some fish- ing and exchange high school and college tales over Wednesday and Thursday. Then, Ardis had a wonderful time over the weekend. She Council Library News It's time for our big By Linda Barrett Arctic Gold by Stephen S i Sp_kd_der, The Shaman's Coonts, The 19th Wife Bone____s, The Shaman's by David Ebershoff, Th____ee Game, The Shaman Grand Finale by Janet Laug_h__, and Stone Evanovich, Spy's Wife Butterfly, all by James by Reginald Hill, Al___! Doss, In My Dark Dreams That Matters by Stef by J. F. Freedman, Ann Holm, Montana Wicked Game by Lisa by Linda Lael Jackson, No Trace by Miller, Her Kind of Hero Barry Maitland, Batter and Renegade, both by Off Dead and As the Diana Palmer,  by World Chums. both by Richard North Patterson, Tamar Myers, Bone by What I Did for Love by Bone by Carol O'Connell, Susan Phillips, Handle Night and Day by R6bert With :Care by Jodi B. Parker, Promises in Picoult, One Day at a Death by J, D. Robb, Kill Time by Danlelle Steel. for Me by Karen Rose, Tall, Dark, and Texan and Coffin Comer and by Jodi Thomas, and Dead Stick both by Rust Firesid______e by Susan Wiggs. Mallory. For mystery lovers we have Grandmother yard sale The big yard sale is this week, at the Council Valley Library from 8 am to 2 pm. Drop things off on Friday aftemoon in the back room, and ff you're donating baked goods, bring them then, or first thing Saturday morning. Then come back and shop! We already have lots of interesting stuffi New titles in fiction this week include Star Bright by Catherine Anderson, Heart and Soul by Maeve Binehy, Second Chance Pass by Robyn Carr, The Quilter's Kitchen by Jennifer Chiaverini, Cat and Mouse by Harold Coyle, Deep Black: Cambridge Senior Chatter Still room left for our trip to Jackpot by Janice Cawyer 257-3358 I don't have the time. I sure hope this caffeinat- ed coffee kicks in soon. Happy Easter to all of youl Whatever your religious persuasion or belief, it is a time of renewal and rebirth and certainly a time of great joy. Until next time, be joyous in the day, the night will take care of its self. I think I'm going to make up for last week and keep this column brief. I'm still looking for people to go to Jackpot Nevada with us. If you know of anyone that wants to go, give them the phone number here at the Center 257-3358, and I'll get them regis- tered. April 15 is the last day to sign up, so if your thinking about going, its time to change your thoughts into actions. Some dates to remem- ber this month: April 29, which should be the day of our Blood Pressure, Blood glucose clinic and April 23, which is the date of our next foot clinic, The blood pres- sure and blood glucose clinics are free but the foot clinic is $15.00. We went shopping yesterday and today I'm feeling my age. When I was younger, I wasn't affected by hard work or stress so much. Now, it seems that it takes me a full day to recover, but because I'm slower now was able to attend a track meet in Horseshoe Bend and watch as Hayden placed third in the pole vaulting and ran in the medley relay. Afterwards, she traveled on to Boise and met up with Meagan for lunch and did some Easter shopping. On the way home, she stopped and visited with niece, Keri and her husband, Bob Murray, then stopped at her brother John's house to drop off birthday pres- ents for both John and sister-in-law, Gloria. It was a full, yet satisfy- ing day and she finally arrived safely home at midnight. Judy Green started the week feeling so on "top', of things, that she and Sharon Gagin stepped out to their "TOPS" meeting on Wednesday, attending the leader meeting before doing a little shopping and head- ing for home. Still on "top" of things, Judy fixed a quick lunch, then headed over to the Indian Valley Post Office to attend the Indian Valley Improvement League monthly meet- ing. On Thursday morn- ing, Dezi played taxi cab driver for Judy and Alex trying very hard to get them to their scheduled appointments in Ontario and Payette on time. Dezi wasn't feeling well, and inspite 6f her driving in circles all morning, Dezi couldn't manage to shake what was making Council Silver & Gold her feel poorly, but Judy did manage to catch up to it and has been under the weather ever since. Hope you're feeling bet- ter very soon. Rusti Schilling got out to both dentist and doc- tor appointments this week. Afterwards, she was able to spend some time in Council with some girlfriends and had a nice, if (always) too short chat. And The Winner WKI Be? Jackie Dowdy got out and not only cast her vote, but supplied one of the nominees in the race for "Mayor of Indian Valley." What better to enter in an election than her donkey, "Gumpy?" (If someone has an ele- phant out there, we got ourselves a race!) Family Laughter Is The Best... Allen and Louise Buchanan had company on Sunday when Jenny Miller, along .with Eric and Chelsea Miller came for a vist from Eagle. Cathy Veselka left this past Monday in the com- pany of daughters, Sarah Veselka from Pocatello and Maggie Baker of Keyport, WA. Joining the party of happy trav- elers was granddaugh- ter, Gracie Baker. The foursome travelled to Las Vegas to visit with daughter and son-in- law, Helen and Josh Greer. They had a great time and lots of laughs, retuming back to Indian It's Easter again wish her the very best PINERI 208-347-3900 already,? I bet all the rabbits are in hiding until after Sunday which is Easter. Can you believe it is Easter again already?. And then comes April 15, tax time. I'm hearing lots of rumors ,of Tea Parties, I understand we here in Council are going to have our own. I sure wish I could feel like it would do any good. But those dirtbags in Washington never seem to hear us. The Hogs went on a ride Sunday and Ray came home looking like a raccoon, all sun- burned. They had a nice ride, but it was a little cool. Pat Marzocki is still in the ICU at Saint Alphonsus in Boise, but she is giving it a good, fight. She was pretty banged up, but for a little lady she has quite a lot of spunk. We all The Adams County Record Located 7 miles south of New Meadows on Hwy 95 Hours: Wednesday & Thursday: 11am-8pm Friday: 11am-9pm Saturday: 8am-9pm & Sunday: 8am-8pm Easter Sunday Heather All You (:an Eat 7.95 Lawrence, Under 1z 4.95 Dental Hygienist Breakfast Buffet 9a m-zpm Monte R. Wednesday Steak Night Eppich, D.D.S. z oz Ribeye 1z.95 Every Friday Prime Rib , WATEF:I WELLS dinners are served with soup, salad, & choice of ]' Licensed and Bonded in [ Salad Bar, Fri, Sat & Sun __ _ |I. Idaho75 Years & WashingtOnExperience [  II GEOLOGIST [ I / H00IEST & DOWSER ] / T.REIABLE AVAILABLET D R ; =ILL I Grangville, 1.8nn.754.9606 / [Idaho .... F By Lyn Leatherman 25 7-390" Valley on Saturday. Hank and Lana Veselka were also abl to get in a good visi with Sarah, Maggie and Grace, joined by Dave Cathy and Carrie at thei# home on Sunday. ,d Mark and Annett# Stevens and kids enjoye the company of his  mother. Betty Gehrlg of Ontario and brother, Ror Stevens and his wifei Brenda at their home off* Saturday. Best Birthday Present Ever... /, As I write this columrI on Monday evening. I anl trying to figure out jush how I managed to get: so much stuff into min and Bonner's suitcases; on our quest to Alaska My daughter. Heidi told me she's checking my suitcases in the mom ing before we leave t; make sure I'm not takin anything extra with met such as my new grand- daughter! Jayden was finally bom on April 6tt and Is just beautiful, Even though I'm not get ting to spend very muc  time with her this tripv she did choose a very i good date for her wee late entry into this world She chose my birthday which ls the best birth; day present I could hav9. ever asked for! I will b J looking forward to talk ing to all of you next week from home. Until. then. have a wonderfu week and a very happy i Easter. 4 q by Shirley Wilsori 741-2417 guy sat in the chair. and Hmmm, I'll have to do a speedy recov- some more investigatin cry. Our prayers of that situation. ae. wi : here,, Thre of ,us: qed:, ov Aig6, ']'ff Ie to   first 'place' at 'OuF Be send Jim and Patty Shaw my deepest regards on the loss of Jim's father last week. My new dog, Abby, has been enjoying the backyard and the sun- shine. She follows all her "big sisters" around the yard and is learn- ing how to bark at the neighbor dogs. The other Wilsons who live on California Ave are in the process of rebuilding their porch that the snow knocked down this winter. I have to laugh when I look out the front room win- dow and see the white lawn chair for "some- one" to sit in. Is it the "Supervisor's Chair"? I recently observed a woman doing most of the work, while some game last week, so wq had a roll off and o course, I only rolled a three, while one of the) others ladies rolled six, so I lost and wenh. home empty handedo but had lots of fun an laughs. And that is what it is all about anyq way. Those Bunco gal are a real hoot, especial, ly Annaleese. She was telling us her secreta about how to get Fred to do what she wants. Shq sure has the ability td make people laugh. Boy that windstorI we had earlier sure wa#. something else, wasn't it? I heard some of th0 girls didn't go swimmin because of the wind? And it sure was cold there for a while. And then hot. z 4 ..... ===================================== " Call to place your ad today! : - Rentals - Automobiles - Real Estate - Household #ems :. - Help Wanted - Personals : - Animals - And much, much more The Adams County RecoM. 10 II;iisve. . 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