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The Adams County Record Wednesday, September 5, 2012 Page 7 I Indian Valley & Mesa News " By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 "[he big news of the week is the fire that broke out on the hill behind the home of Margaret Thomason on sunday. Thanks to wonderful friends, neighbors and other caring people, along with the quick response time of the Indian Valley, Cambridge and~ Midvale fire departments, as well as the Forest Service, the fire was kept from her home. Margaret was just leaving that morn- ing, had a sudden urge to look behind her back at her home and saw ~e fire coming down the hill. Had she been inside, her home, she never would have seen the fire com- ing and the results may have been much different. However, she followed that little prompting and is feeli/~g very blessed at this time. Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway had a busy week. Tuesday they were off to Caldwell for a doc- tor's appointment for Bev. Wednesday, they atten& ed the funeral service for friend, Kenny Mink. Thursday, they were back on the road for appoint- ments in Ontario and Fruitland. After they headed to Melba to cheer Bev's grandson; Andrew Galloway and his Payette High School football team on to victory. Sunday, they were Off to New Meadows. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves attending the Meadows Valley Days cel- ebration. They enjoyed the car show, a great bar- beque lunch at the booth of good friends and then settled down to watch the logging show. The logging show turned out to be a triple treat as they soon found themselves seat- ed close to good friend, Twila Harrison, formerly of Cambridge, and John Sutton and his son of Midvale. Bridgett Brest enjoyed her first twilight/night ride with good friends this past week. The friends began their ride a bit later than planned, but with the nice weather and the horses picking out the right paths, they all had a wonderful ride. Glen and Sandy Coates enjoyed a wonderful visit from their friend, Kate McCormick of Green River, Wyoming past week. Lavonne Conner spent her week like many oth- ers in the valley, going between the garden and the kitchen. Besides her regular canning and dehy- drating, she also has been making zucchini and tomato flour to can. Wanna Belle Coriell had very interesting visitors this week. She opened her door to find elev- en Shoshone-Bannock Indians from the Fort Hall Indian Reservation! The group had been referred to one of vatley's matriarchs to help piece together information they were seeking on their rela*- fives of over 150 years ago. They stayed for a couple of hours and all had a won- derful time sharing stories and learning from each other. Wanna Belle said she learned just as much from them as they did from her, if not more. It VALLEY REPAIRS & SERVICES Windsh.ield Repairs & Replacements "We will come to you" Most Comprehensive Insurance pays 100% of Chip Repair Brian & Cyndi Dunham Bauer .Indian Valley, Idaho (208) 256-4315 "Like you, I love IMng in this area, Having a full- time dental practice with locations m Council and Cambridge means it's convenient to see the dennst on an}," weekday right where you Five Doctorate l~esidencv Q Adifinct Faculw at Idaho State Univet>itv A[y,G Dental Resklencv l,icensed in I.V. / Oral Sedation Full-Time Practice serving Council and Cambridge since 2002 253-6077 is amazing how much we can learn from just bits and pieces of history. She looks forward to them coming for another visit. Jack and Jill Doughton are enjoying a visit from Jill's good friend, Terry Lemmon of Salt Lake City, UT this week. Terry came so she, Jill and another friend, Ruth Warfield, can hold a once a year birth- day celebration for the three girls. This year it's the 65th birthday celebra- tion, so I'm sure they have something special cooked up. Bill ancl Ruth Reeder enjoyed having Tyler, Jess and Tristan Hensley come down from Moscow on Friday evening for the weekend. Becca and Ethan Crosby of Cambridge and Bob Luglan of New Meadows joined the fam- ily for dinner on Saturday. Becca and Ethan came back on Sunday to enjoy the day. The boys left for home on Monday after- noon. Jim and Patty Shaw enjoyed a trip to Council on Saturday where Patty fished to her limit at the Mill Pond. Sunday, they traveled to New Meadows to enjoy the Meadows Valley Days celebration. Dave and Cathy Veselka enjoyed having two of the kids and their fami- lies come home for the holiday weekend. Jane Georgia and her hus- band, Nell, and children Noah and Maddi, arrived on Friday. Charlie, Stina and their children stayed with Stina's _ family in Cambridge, coming out to visit on Sunday. Grandma Lanae enjoyed every min- ute of having all the fam- ily around to visit with. Judy Green is enjoying the temperatures being a bit brisker as she and her friend, Charlie, continue their walking two morn- ings a week. Monday, Charlie brought her a jar of Sand Cherry jelly to put on Judy's freshly baked scones. Mary Rininger enjoyed visiting with her Knit Wit friends on Friday. The club was held at the post office/fire hall this past week. Ardis Boll enjoyed watching the Cambridge/ Physical Education office at the school. Sunday eve- ning, Craig's father, Vic Boll arrived. Craig, Vic and Hayden enjoyed a day of dove hunting on Monday. Robin Juica discovered that between being a Midvale girls leyball on Tuesday and Friday. Craig ran chains for the Titans on Friday. Challis spent" Thursday evening with them as she headed north to start on a new job site. Hayden arrived Friday. Sunday, play vol- rancher and a fire fight- er, Labor Day weekend meant lots of labor, but she wouldn't have it any other way. Earlier in the week, she made the effort to do everything right and according to the book when encountering a deer after church, Ardis and bounding in her path near Hayden painted her the Cambridge canyon. Unfortunately, the. deer hadn't read the book on what to do when encoun- tering a car and did some major damage to her van. Fortunately, Robin wasn't injured and is now just waiting on finding out what can be done with her car. Ran and Janet Meyer enjoyed a trip to Sumpter, OR" for their annual adventure into the land of flea markets and yard sales. How did they fare? Let's just say that they didn't head home until the car was packed full of treasures. At this rate, you might think about remodeling your kitchen. Get a great rate on a Home Equity Line of Credit. There's aever been a better time to make those home improvements you've been thinking about. 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