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Page 8 Birth Annoucement t Bor:a I? Travis Lee Lyttle was born to Luke and Ja Lyttle, May 29, 2013 right here in ouncfl, Idaho. He was 7 lbsl 6 oz. and 22 1/2 in! long. Wednesday, June 5, 2013 The Adams County Record Awards presented at Council Schools At a ceremony last Thursday, teachers handed out awards for various accomplishments. Awards from Fran Ogden: Consumer Economics - Will Canfield Senior Health - Hannah Linford Advanced Entrepreneurship Textiles - Suzi Meza Beginning Entrepreneurship Textiles - Challice Nuffer Most Improved Textile Student- Chloe Bauswein (exchange student from France) Students Against Destructive Decisions - Katie McCall Students of the month, regional students of the month and regional student of the year for the Elks: September - Hannah Linford October - Taylor Cole November - Sierra Shankel December - Suzi Meza January - Jordan Rosengrant February - Jac Cook March - Cody Shelton Regional Students of the Month Awards from the Weiser Elks: Hannah Linford, Taylor Cole and Jordan Rosengrant. Regional Girl of the Year from the Elks was Hannah Linford who received luggage from the Elks. Students recognized for winning Quilt Awards in Salt Lake City: Maecy Henning, Ryan Rosengrant, Sierra Schmeckpepper, Chloe Bauswein, Breanna Pixler, and Challice Nuffer. Academic Excellence Awards for English: 8th grade- Sareya Harvey 9th grade- Zoe Wessels 10th grade- Caitlan Hill 11th grade- Maecy Henning and Kelli O'Connor 12th grade- Cody Shelton and Jordan Rosengrant Outstanding Student Awards: Calculus - Sierra Shankel Physics - Daniel Cameron PreCalculus - Maecy Henning Physical Science - Clay Allred Exploratory Science - Sareya Harvey Earth Science - David Byers Music awards: Most Outstanding Musician JH Band: Courtney Stanford. HS Band: Corbin Hedges. HS Choir: Hannah Linford. Choir Letters awarded: Jac Cook - Second Year. Hannah Linford - Third Year. FCS from Mrs. Cook: Kynlee Chandler - 7th grade health. Sareya Harvey & David Byers - 8th FCS. Estevan Silva - Food Science. Willie Malone - Nutrition & Fitness. Biology - Chloe Bauswein. 7th Grade Life Science - Courtney Stanford. Forestry Range - JAC Cook 7th Grade English - BeUa Ludwig Floral/Greenhouse Management - Clay AUred Governor Continued from page 1 said Congress was debat- ing the proposal of a 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, permanent- ly banning slavery. Wallace reminded everyone that he had been appointed governor of Washington Territory in April 1861. However, he was elected to Congress from the territory before he could serve as governor. At that time, what is now Idaho was included in Washington Territory, and the border extended east all the way to the Dakotas. "i-he huge expanse, divided by the Rocky Mountains, to adjourn at midnight on was simply ungovern- March 3, 1863. At three able; Wallace and others pushed to have the terri- tory divided. At the time, what is now Idaho had no name, and was referred to minutes to midnight, someone climbed up to the clock and stopped it, giving the legislators time to debate. Fifty. minutes later, the bill passed; Idaho as "the area surround- was a territory. Wallace ing the Salmon River was appointed governor mines:' It was Wallace's that July. wife, Luzanne, who That year (1863) the came up with the name Civil War was in full "Idaho." Wallace and oth- swing. The U.S. govern- ers worked diligently to ment needed the gold and get the bill passed to cre- silver that was pouring ate Idaho Territory, but out of Idaho Territory to it almost didn't happen, fight the war. Congress was scheduled "l-he great tragedy David Leroy as William Wallace. Robert andJuanita Maggard of Mansfield, Missouri will celebrate their 60th Wedding Anniversary WednesdayJune 12th, 2013. The couple and their children lived in Council, Idaho in the late 70's and early 80's whereJuanita taught at ithe elementary school and Robert was custodian and bus driver. Cards can be mailed to: Robert &Juanita Maggard 3762 Davis Road Mansfield, MO 65704 Wallace became very somber as he related the events surrounding the murder of President Lincoln only a few days before. Wallace had been in Washington D.C. at the time. On the day of the tragic event, he had spoken with the president about an appointee for the Idaho Supreme Court; in fact Lincoln had invit- ed him and Mrs. Wallace to attend the play, "Our American Cousin" that evening. Mrs. Wallace was not feeling well, and so the couple did not go to the play. They first heard the awful news when someone came run- ning down their street, crying, "The president has been shot!" The dayafter the assassi- nation, Wallace had been present at the president's autopsy and requested a lock of Lincoln's hair as a keepsake. He showed the audience the lock of hair, which was inside a small photo case with a picture of Lincoln. Wallace gave a moving account of the funeral procession and how he accompanied the presi- dent's body on the long train journey to Illinois where Lincoln was interred, and showed a photograph of himseff and the group of dignitar- ies who had also accom- panied the body to Illinois. When Wallace had fin- ished speaking and David Leroy resumed his own identity, Leroy said he would take questions, and would do so in or out of character (as Wallace or Leroy). He gave that deci- sion, as well as the first question to Star News editor, Tom Grote. Grote asked whether the lock of Lincoln's hair belonged to Leroy, personally, or if it belonged to the Idaho State Historical Society, etc. Grote asked that the answer come from Governor Wallace; the response was that the hair belonged to him personal- ly. And it turned out (after later one-on-one inquiry) that Leroy had purchased the authentic lock of Lincoln's hair himself, and it did belong to him. (The price was not mentioned, but one can imagine!) Leroy's lock of Lincoln's hair will be on display at an exhibit, about Lincoln's relationship with Idaho, at the State Historical Museum in Boise that opens on November 19. ACHC PHARMACY Inside Adams County Health Center 205 N. Berkley, Council 208-253-4957 Affdiate of Park-Vu Pharmacy, Weiser, Idaho Your Pharmacy.