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The Adams County Record Indian Valley & Mesa News Tony and Wanda Morgensen want to thank all who helped this past week when Tony was life flighted with chest pains to St. Luke's in Boise. The family so appreciated the EMTs, volunteers and Life Flight crew. After many tests and a couple of days in the hospital, Tony is back home and was out in the fields on Monday. Although he will have more testing, there was no heart attack and he is feeling much better. Happy Birthday wishes to Iim Conner who celebrates his special day this week. May you have a year blessed, and every wish come true. The Ball families were delighted to have Matthew home visiting over the weekend. A funny story about Matthew though is that Roy and I were invited to join some friends at an International Dinner held at Adrian High School this past week. My friend commented on what a nice looking young man was at a table near us, and I agreed as I looked, then looked again as it was Matthew Ball! Larry Boehm and Bey Galloway attended the district track meet in Homedale on Thursday. Bev's grandson won two medals in discus and shot put. Now they plan to watch him compete at State. Saturday, they were elated to watch neighbor, Emma George, at her graduation exercises from the College of Idaho in Caldwetl. After the ceremony, they joined with the family for a barbeque in Nampa. They stopped in Fruitland to visit Ken Galloway and family. Sunday, Larry took Bev to Lakey's Caf for a Mother's Day dinner. Wanna Belle Coriell celebrated Mother's Day with Darrin, ]eanine and David, with a nice dinner WednesdaNMay16,2012 Page 11 Mother's Day ], Birthdays By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 at Lakey's Caf6 on Sunday. lack and ]ill Doughton and mother, Margaret Thomason enjoyed a Mother's Day breakfast in Nampa. Jill has been working hard all week on her chocolates, and is very excited about her new "sweet spot" with her delicious candies being sold now at Gateway. Bob and Doris Baker enjoyed hearing from their great grandson, Terrun Zolman of Riggins, this past week with a personal invitation. Terrun placed fourth in the 200-meter event, and also one other, which entitles him to compete at the State track meet in Meridian. So Doris and Bob are working hard in the yard so they hopefully can attend the event. Happy Birthday wishes to Patty Shaw who will be celebrating her 70th birthday on Tuesday. May your year be wonderful. On Sunday, ]im took Patty to Lakey's Caf6 for a nice Mother's Day luncheon. The couple was quite excited as ]im's mother and step-father will be visiting this week. Cathy Veselka enjoyed a wonderful Mother's Day, as she received phone calls from her wonderful children and grandchildren throughout the day. Lanae Veselka enjoyed having a nice dinner at the home of Dave and Cathy for Mother's Day. She also was kept busy on the phone as she received calls from her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren during the day. She was also very happy to hear the whirr of little wings about her head, and discovered her first hummingbird of the season. Judy Green enjoyed a nice Mother's Day at home. Son, William, prepared a delicious fish dinner, showing off his culinary skills. He even cleaned up the kitchen afterward! That evening, she relaxed again as Tom made supper and he too made sure the kitchen was spic and span for her as she continued to enjoy her phone calls and cards. Tammy Evans is back from a three-and-a- half-week trip to Mobile, Alabama. Tammy went to baby-sit her great nephew, Woolfie, as niece, Danielle of Seattle, was working on the movie set of "Sunny Days," doing make up and wigs. She enjoyed"time there touring the USS Alabama, a submarine and the ocean. Connie Hornyak enjoyed having her friend, Cathy Bonds of Council, out for tea on Thursday. She enjoyed a Mother's Day luncheon with friends at the Salubria Center. Mary Rininger enjoyed a Mother's Day barbeque at Tom and Janet's home on" Sunday. Granddaughter, Heather was home with her boyfriend making the day quite lovely. Celestino and Robin ]uica are happy to mark the milestone of being done calving for the season. Another birthday girl among us is ]anet Meyer. Janet celebrated her. birthday this past Thursday and is wished many, many happy wishes. ]anet got a giggle as her children showed that she taught them organization, thriftiness, timeliness and a sense of humor quite .well. She received cards from her daughter with the envelopes marked birthday and Mother's Day so she could open them at the appropriate times. Son, Charlie showed it all when he sent a postcard from Bryce Canyon where he is working. The card said Happy Birthday and "SAVE" this card for Mother's Day also! Pastor's Corner Council Valley Free Library_ Book Shelf New Books at the Baptism Into Death by LesSh=b+r Council Library Recently my son has expressed a desire to be baptized. He, along with some other boys his age, will go through baptism in a few weeks near Ashley's Bridge. Baptism is a symbolic act done after someone has committed their life to Jesus Christ. When he is plunged under that water, it will be symbolic of him participating in the crucifixion, death and burial of Christ. Scripture says: "Or don't you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death m order that, iust as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life." (Romans 6:3-4) Going under the water is symbolic of dying to our old sinful self through the power of Christ. But just like we don't stay underwater long, we are raised out of the water into new life! What does that new life look like? The Bible answers that in this way: "lor if we have been united with him in a death like this, we will certainly also be united with him in a resurrection like his. For we know that our old self was crucified with him so that the body ruled by sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves to sin because anyone who has died has been set free from sin. Now if we died with Christ, we believe that we will also live with FISK COMPUq00RS Big City ;election All At One Location Complete systems, new and used Specializing in laptop repair and service Laptop ID and Motherboard placement Networking wireless and conventional Virus and spyware removal data recovery LaiTy Fisk 208-253-6073 lnfisk@ctcweknet him." (Romans 6:5-8):' Our new life is one of freedom from sin--not sinless, but free from sin's shackles and power. We are no longer enslaved by it. Because of this fact, Scripture goes on to say, "Do not offer any part of yourself to sin as an instrument of wickedness, but rather offer yourselves to God as those who have been brought from death to life; and offer every part of yourself as an instrument of righteousness. For sin shall no longer be your master, because you are not under the law, but under grace." (Romans 6:13-14) (Grace is getting what we don't deserve.) In some traditions, those who are baptized are given a new white robe to wear as a symbol of this new life under their new master, lesus Christ, who wraps us in his grace! 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