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Page 6 Wednesday, June 5, 2013 The Adams County Record Indian Valley & Mesa News There will be a wonder- ful, country gospel singer and song writer at the Indian Valley Community Church this Sunday, June 9th, by the name of Chaflie Walker. 2he .church warmly invites everyone to attend and hear this special and wonderfully uplifting music. He will be singing at the 11:15 am service. Wanna Belle Coriell made a quick trip to Tooele, UT to join in the graduation celebration for Beth. She rode over with a daughter, granddaugh- ters and grandson on the Thursday past, returning on Friday. On Memorial week- end, Saturday and Monday, she joined, other volunteer sisters from The Rebekahs at the rest stop on Midvale Hill. Their organization passed out cookies, coffee and punch to help in the prevention of tiredness and road rage, Bill and Ruth Reeder headed into Cambridge for Hells Canyon Days, stop- ping by their great grand- daughter, Danielle's lemon- ade booth for a refreshing drink. At home, Ruth has been staying busy out in her gardens. Jackie Dowdy had a wonderful time on Sunday afternoon going with friends, Della Haberle, June Meyers and Mary Migliazzo, to visit Sandy Coates. Sandy's gardens are just creatively wonder- ful and beautiful, and they all enjoyed viewing the many gorgeous irises grow- ing there. Sandy gave each friend an iris of their own to take home and plant. Jack and Jill Doughton and Margaret Thomason had a fantastic time as ven- dors during Hells Canyon Days. Their sales were a success, and the laughing and visiting with old and new friends was an added bonus they all enjoyed. Sunday, Jill celebrated another year of wonder- ful by heading to Ontario with hubby and mom for a relaxing dinner at Killion's Restaurant in Ontario. After dinner, Jill had this strong, but unknown Many enjoyed Hells C; u lyon Days By Lynn Leatherman 739-5756 inkling to go to K-Mart and she was glad that she fol- lowed her hunch. She ran into a cousin in law and her daughter that she hadn't seen in years. As they were talking, her cousin brought up that she had a photo album with her that held oodles of unknown pic- tures and asked Jill to see if she knew anyone. Jill of course said yes, and soon found herself with pictures of her great grandparents and pictures of her father in younger years that she had never seen. What a great and much unexpect- ed birthday present! The family has plans to meet again and exchange more pictures and stories. Larry Boehm and Bey Galloway enjoyed the much-needed rainstorms on Monday. Tuesday, they headed down below for a dermatologist appointment for Bev. Friday, they attend- ed the taco feed at The Cambridge Senior Center. It was a great meal, and fun visiting with so many friends. Saturday, they were back in Cambridge for Hells Canyon Days. They thoroughly enjoyed Viewing the beautiful clas- sic cars. Afterward, they went up to the school to check out the toy show, a first time experience for them, and they found it fantastic. Bev's daughter, Janice Derouin, came up to visit and did some much appreciated yard work. Sunday, they took a trip up the mountain to visit with Dean Boehm. A friend, Cam Ertell, was also up visiting. Once down from the mountain, Larry and Bev took Janice out to din- ner at Lakey's Caf6. Doris Baker enjoyed having Thron and Heather Van Komen and their two boys, Tristan and Dion, come to visit from Parma on Saturday. The boys did a wonderful job mowing her yard, while their Dad did all the trimming. Della Haberle enjoyed lunch with friends and checking out garage sales in Cambridge on Friday. Saturday, she and John attended Hells Canyon Days, enjoying the Art Show and all of the booths up and down the street. They had barbeque with friends before heading home. Sunday, she enjoyed being with her friends to view the beautiful iris at Sandy Coates, and then going out for supper at their neighbors afterward. Judy Green had fun on Saturday as she joined daughter, Dezi and chil- dren and headed to Ontario for the around the world festival held at the Lion's Park. They enjoyed the different foods, cos- tumes, games and crafts from the various countries represented. After a hur- ried trip home, Judy made a cobbler to take in for the Hells Canyon Days celebra- tion. She and Tom enjoyed having the grandkids come to spend the night several times during the week. Ardis Boll enjoyed help- ing with vacation bible school at the Cambridge Baptist Church during the week. Saturday, she had a great time touring the booths, yard sales and vis- iting with friends at Hells Canyon Days. Robin Juica attended a great fire training ses- sion held in Midvale on Thursday. Friday and Saturday she helped with the Cambridge Community Library sale. Saturday afternoon she headed to Ontario to attend another fire depart- ment training, this one on handling the fire trucks on icy roads. Monday, she and Celestino moved cows and picked up their newly pur- chased bull, who seemed quite happy with all of his new friends. Ron and Janet Meyer enjoyed a visit from Ron's cousin who was up to par- ticipate in the second por- tion of the Weiser River Trail ride, this one going from Council to Midvale. Saturday, Ron kept Janet on track as she checked out all the yard sales and booths at the Hells Canyon Days. Bear Facts Brian McGahey, who spent the past twelve months in Afghanistan, is home and visiting his parents, Dan and Sauni McGahey. His wife, Patty, and their two children spent the time with her mother in Mexico while Brain was gone and joined himhere. Aso visiting McGahey's are their grandsons, Jim and Colin, who plan to spend the summer with them. Colin brought his friend, larden Loane, along as well. Ben Warner took his children, Oscar (4) and The mushrooms are up! By Eva (2), camping over the weekend. They drove over to the Huckleberry Camp ground and set up their tent, rolled out their beds and had a great time. The next day they met friends of Ben's, Chad and Mandy Loughran, and all went to the Snake River, fishing. The mushrooms are up, and several have been coming in with bags full. Don Armstrong and Arlen Warner spent the week- end at their trailer, and they went hunting them successfully. Lots of good exercise as well. Eighteen friends gath- ered at Tina Warner's for supper Friday evening. There was no reason for the get-together except that so many are gone over the winter months and are back home, and it was a chance to catch up with everyone. Also we have two new neighbors Tina Warner -- 258-4471 who bought the place that Dennis Edwards and Deb Davis had. Jeff and Terri McGee have been here for a short time doing work around the place. They make their home in Celina, Texas but plan to move here when they retire. Silver & Gold Pam is a jewel! Another week gone by and what have we done? The weather has been nice. We need the rain. Ray and Ron went for a bike ride to Cambridge on Saturday. Ray and I went to Cambridge for break- fast earlier in the morn on Saturday. This next week will be busy. Monday I go to Fruifland to the eye doc- tor for my yearly checkup. Full.Time Practice serving Council and Cambridge since 2002 Tuesday to McCall for blood work. Monday or Tuesday they will be pour- ing concrete for the floor of Ray's man cave. I didn't see very many people at the Midvale cemetery on Memorial Day and we only had 8 in attendance at the park for lunch. We had our 50/50 draw- ing on Friday after lunch and the big winner was Pam GiUa. She won $114.00 and then turned around and donated it back to the center. Pam you are a jewel, I don't care what Richard says. Ha Ha! Thank you Pam. It will be put to good use. Have you reserved your Answers to Last Week's Puzzles table for the indoor yard sale at the center $10.00 for the large tables and $5.00 for the small tables. Or you can donate to the senior table if you have something you don't want and someone else might like. June 15th starting at 9:00 AM. Lunch will be served for $5.00; I think it will be sandwiches, chips and a drink. Our board meeting will be on June 14th at 1:00 PM. 138427596 497356218 625981 347 371 694825 849275631 562813479 784162953 913548762 256739184 By Shirley Wilson The 14th is also the foot clinic. Call the center for an appointment. The free bus from McCall will be on the 15th of June. It leaves the center at 9:15 AM. Tuesday is always cards (that is if anyone is there). Wednesday is exercise at 10:30. I think that covers the news from the center. Please come and join us for lunch.