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Also driving Larry Cornell and Kathy Cuprum ladies. The family from Payette are out from Bear were Lowell Hogan drove to Weiser to birthday cake" was made here, too. Tietje and Nan Rankin to pick up the meat Larry won "from scratch," and several Joe, Sam and Tina Warner wish Dallas well. at a raffle at the Ace Saloon gifts for Kathy were a and Sarah Stewart enjoyed Dave and Tammy Casey on Saturday. surprise. Garden Corner What a glorious day I had Monday, gardening all day long. The weather was perfect for it. I found that, in spite of the cool weather and spits of rain we'd been getting, the top layer of soil was quite dry, so all the hoses came out of storage and everything got watered. This morning I will finish pulling weeds they are so much easier to remove when the soil is damp and edging the flower beds. Well, "finish" Dogs and i ',ats Love Fish Fertilizer By Myrna Weikal -- 355-5829 - is not the right word transplanted, I realized for that job, is it? But this weekend that the I can enjoy my weedless chickens were falsely flowerbeds for a little accused. Something else while before I begin again, has been eating the leaves. Meanwhile, in the It looks like slug damage, vegetable garden, the peas but I don't thiqk that could are up, corn and onions be the case since I see no are planted, broccoli, slime tracks, and in any cauliflower and Brussels case there's no place in sprouts are transplanted the garden for slugs to but just sort of sitting hide. A bug? A bird? there in shock, lettuce Anyway, I gave them and and cabbage seeds have the brassicas some plan(; sprouted. As for the food, hoping to give their butterhead lettuce that I immune systems a boost. Honoring The Legacy Of Great Americans fought in the Philippines. All of these soldiers were volunteers. In the decades to follow, Idahoans have served courageously, including in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan and Iraq, and in other regions throughout the world. On this Memorial Day, with all of the picnics, public events and parades, we should also take time to reflect on What this day means to us. Yes, it is a day to honor the service of brave Americans. We can never forget that. But, there is another way we can honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice. We could also take this Opportunity to recommit ourselves to the very principles of freedom and liberty that our fellow citizens fought and died to protect. Of all the ways we can honor their great legacy, this may be the most fitting. , BY U.S. SV.NATOR that all of these lovingly MIKr. CRAPO maintained headstones The modern observance are memorials to men of Memorial Day grew and women like us. They from Civil War-era had wives, husbands community observances, and children waiting in which friends and at home. There were families gathered to anxious parents praying remember those lost in for their safe return. They the war. Over time, as had hopes, dreams and this local practice caught aspirations. Unfortunately, on, it became known as many of these were Decoration Day. Later, never to be realized. In honoring the fallen of what • is surely the greatest all the nation's wars, it sacrifice that any person became Memorial Day. can make for another, they It has been, in the truest laid down their lives far sense of the word, a day of from home, so that we remembrance born at the could be safe from harm. grassroots level. This willingness to put Reminders of what the needs of our country Memorial Day is about before our own has a long are all over the world. In tradition in Idaho. Many Normandy, France, there of the early pioneers who is an American Cemetery settled in Idaho, crossing for the brave young the plains in covered men who were killed wagons were veterans of during the Normandy the Civil War looking for landings. There are similar opportunity beyond the cemeteries in England, settled horizon. During Italy, the Philippines the Spanish-American and Korea. At Arlington War, Idaho formed the National Cemetery in 1st Idaho Infantry that Washington, D.C., there , ** , ** . , e o e e e o e o = • • • • m • • • • • • • • • ΆΆ • • • • Call to place your ad today! - Rentals - Automobiles • - Real Estate - Household items • - Help Wanted - Personals -Animals -And muclt, much more e•eee=eeeeel =eeeeeeeeeeee*oeeeee*• The'AdamsCountyRecotdo 100 IIlinoisAve. , Council. Id 83612 208-253-6961 are the rows of white markers, each a stark reminder of the ultimate price-some of our fellow Americans paid to preserve our freedom and liberty. BUL.?s we consider the scope, of their service, we-also must remember I didn't see much point in putting insecticide on the lettuce, since I don't know what enemy I'm fighting. For plant food, I found a bottle of fish fertilizer that has been around forever, and decided I might as well use it up. It works, but it stinks, and I remember now why I haven't made a habit of using it: the dog and cats think I've buried a dead fish in the garden, and they are a little too interested in investigating. I'm putting my tomato plants into the ground today, but not the peppers or eggplants. They have "Satisfied their pots" (roots have grown all through the available soil) and need to be to plant them now or wait repotted, but it just doesn't until fall. It's cool enough feel like the right time to at the moment that I plant them yet. Which might get away with a late reminds me: I mentioned planting, but it can turn before that I like to put hot very quickly this time bone meal into the ground of year. And if I decide when I plant my tomatoes to wait, I can work some and peppers, and someone chicken manure into the called to ask for a source plot this summer, get of bone meal .in large the soil really rich. And quantities. I don't have it's not like I'm short of one, sorry to say. I just other things to do, so that buy a box at 'the garden clinches it. I'll wait until store, and it lasts me a fall. Here is a good source couple years. It doesn't of information about take much more than a growing strawberries, light sprinkle in each hole. from the University of I've made a new bed for Idaho: http://www.cals. strawberries, inside the garden fence where the BUL!BUL0810.pdf deer can't eat them. I'm Now I'm going back trying to decide whether outside! JUNE 2 & 21 20:1.2 .... ,,.u,_o,., 00LLARAMA MAIN STREET " Trophies & Prizes 208-257-3533 for lnfo Geat 50s-60s Music by Mike Wamecge Commercial Club's 21st Annual FARll  SIlOW SATURDAY ONLY 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the High SchoOl Phone: (54%447.7585) Cuddy Mountain Antique POWER SHOW SATURDAY - 10:00 am to 3:00 31 S Commercial Street For Info: (208) 257-4250 First Baptist Church Cemmunity Uak[ag SATURDAY CRIDAY  - Beginnln0 at 5:30 pro. Music and Danc4ng at The Senior Center on Main Street SATURDAY ONLY - 8:00 PM EOtry Info & EOfry: (208) 74t-2786 $7,00 Admission 16 & Under Free ROUND UP STOCK DOG 4-H Club Demonstration at 7:00 p m Cambridge Rodeo Association PIT BARBECUE LOVELAND'S GENERAL STORE 4:00 Dm to 7:00 pm FAIRGROUNDS EXHIBIT HALL Admission $7.00 / 6 & Under Free - The Award Winning CAMBRIDOE MUSEUM Open Wednesday--Saturday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM HELLS CANYON ART SHOW Call to Artists Open to all aillsts & Photographers over 18 Amateur and Professional Division Ribbons & Pdze Money Fdday - 11:00 am. to 6:00 pro. Saturday - 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Cambridge Community Library Contact Kaye York for infe: (208) 257-3277 COMMUNITY LIBRARY BOOK SALE at the Cambridge Library Friday 900 to 6:00 Saturday 9-00 to 5:00 Heartland Swingers SQUARE DAICING Trails End Dance Friday - 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm Saturday - Duet Dance at 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm $t0.00 Per Coup{e at me Cambridge Elementary School Catit Oy Bosc.o BoMer Phone (208) 550-1225 Spectators Welcome Hells Canyon Days is sponsored by The Cambridge Commercial Club m cooperation with the Cambridge Rodeo Association Cambridge, Idaho r t ...... r-r; ............ :- -+!,TqM-,,:N 'm' "?+' rT"T + +]!q FFTF T" 7'T "+iT ] "P "; "-]-T'f-iF ;IFIG ril']""rT []r!+ ,,;