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Page 2 Wednesday, September 5, 2012 The Adams County Record Mail your letters (of 200 words or less) to: cditor@theadamscountyrecord.com Lrene Continued from front page with a potluck to follow. The following is a history of the church, 1934 - 2012, by Linda Gratton. The Nazarene Church in the Council area unof- ficially started in Fruitvale with a small group of faith- ful followers who met each Sunday in one another's homes. In August of 1934 at the conclusion of a camp meeting, a church was orga- nized by the Rev. Earl Pounds, the district superinten- dent, with Rev. F. D Brown named as the pastor. At first ser- vices were held at the Fruitvale School, and later in their own building. If not for faith- ful prayer worriers, the church would have met its demise when nearly all of its members moved away; however, In August of 1937 Rev. Martin Swinney felt a calling to come to Council and open a work for God and holi- ness. The Fruitvale Nazarenes merged with the Nazarenes in Council and services were held in Rev. Swinney's home. Membership rap- idly increased and soon a Sunday school was start- ed. In September several revival meetings were held at the Legion hall, led by Rev. EA. Powell. At their conclusion the group met, at the residence of Dr. O. R. Leave, and the Council Church of the Nazarene was organized with 21 charter members. In lune of 1938 prop- erty was acquired and using lumber from the Fruitvale Church, work began on the wood struc- ture in which Rev. Powers Reverend George Finch and his wife Bertha are shown here, standing on the steps at the north end of the old Council Church of the Nazarene about 1950. The older woman in the foreground is Mrs. James Finn (Ralph Finn's mother). The boy is Jerry Martin, and the girl is Carol Ann Martin. would later say, this was "the church that was raised amid prayers, tears, and financial shortages". As progress was made on the church, a parsonage was built in 1940 under the guidance of Rev. Lloyd A. Pounds. In 1949 it was remodeled and enlarged during the ministry of Rev. George A. Finch. In 1960 property was purchased (across the street from the first church) and in June of 1966 the new church build- ing was started. It was dedicated on April 16th of 1967. The old church was later torn down [in the early 1990s] and the par- sonage relocated. In 1991 under the guidance of Rev. Lee Tiller and through the dedication of the Intermountain Work and Witness Team under the leadership of Bob Boyd, from the Nampa First Church, the fellow- ship hall was added and dedicated to the glory of God, In 2002 property to the west of the church was pur- chased for future expansion. In 2008, under the direction of Rev. Robert Barldey, and under the leader- ship of Audette Russell, the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry was started. It is still an effective outreach ministry in which food is dis- tributed each month to 90-plus families in need. The 2012 Nazarene Church, under the leader- ship of Rev. John Schaffer and associate Pastor Tarra Schaffer, is still a church of faith filled prayer wor- riers Who believe in the teachings of holiness, lov- ing God, _growing up, and reaching out _to our mis- sion rid& the community around us. 7 RIVERS COMMISSION Check our website for details on upcoming sales. www.7rivershvestock.com Office: 208-365-4401 7rivers@qwestoffice.net 1611 W. Salesyard Rd. Emmett, Idaho 83617 Sale Every Tuesday in June. No Sale July 3rd, 1 7th, & 31 st. Sale July 10th & 24th. Sale August 7th, 21 st, & 28th. No Sale August 1 4th, We will resume regular Sales every Tuesday at noon on August 2 I st. ObituaW .e August 6, 1909 -- August 30, 2012 Gertrude (Brandau) McMahan. 103, went peacefully to her heavenly home. August 30, 2012. Gertrude (Brandau) McMahan born August 6, 1909 in the origin.al farm house located near Reynolds Creek ]n Wilson, ID. Second oldest of 8 chil- dren to George and Minnie Brandau. Gertrude attend- ed grades 1-8 grades at a one room school house in Wilson. Her freshman year, Gertrude, her oldest sister Louise, and one of her younger Sisters Martha all attended the Weiser Institute. Gertrude also spent two summers attend- ing Albion, and Lewiston Normal School to obtain her teaching certificate. Gertrude taught at Wilson, Fruitvale, and Melba schools. Gertrude loved math. She attended Boise lr. College to obtain skills of the "new math". While teaching in Fruitvale. Gertrude was boarding with the Butt family. There she met her future hus- band, Clifford McMahan. On July 26, 1932 Gertrude active with her community. and Clifford were mar- She was a Sunday School ried. Their oldest daughter Superintendent, Sunday Inez (King) was born two School Teacher~ 4-HLeader, years later. The following Substitute. Teacher, Tutor, year their second daughter Missionette Leader. Shirley(Verbanac) arrived. Gertrude was proceed- In 1936 the family moved ed in death by her hus- to Wilson to purchase an 80 band, Clifford of 50 years acres farm from the Baileys. of marriage, and three 1939 a third daughter was brothers and three sisters. born. Clara (Bish). She was Gertrude's youngest sister supposed to be a son as the Esther Cambron is the only story goes. Gertrude loved living sibling. Gertrude had to garden and plant flowers. 11 grandchildren, 19 great She enjoyed reading and grandchildren, and 10 great quilting. In her younger great grandchildren. years of her life she enjoyed Funeral services will clogging. What a wonder- be held at 2:00 pm, ful cook, baker, and candy Wednesday, September 5th, maker. Best of all, she was 2012 at A/sip and Persons a wonderful mother to her Funeral Chapel. Burial three daughters. Gertrude will follow at Hillcrest raised chickens for many Memorial Gardens, 15862 years. Living out in Wilson South Indiana Ave., meant you would order the Caldwell, ID. Please send baby chicks. Sometimes your donations to The the chicks arrived by Gideons International post office in Melba and P.O. Box 140800 Nashville, Nampa-or Dunlap's in Tennessee 3721-0800. Caldwell. What fun allTo share a memory of her grandkids and great Gertrude or to offer con- grandkids had gathering dolences to Gertrude's faro- the eggs. That was always ily please visit .www.alsipfu- a treat. Gertrude was very neralchapel.com THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD ~USPS: 005-120 Copyright 2012 The Adams County Record is published weekly at 108 Illinois Ave., Council, Idaho 83612-000R by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC., Lyle Sail, Publisher. Periodical postage is paid at Council, Idaho. 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