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The Adams County Record ]Indian Valley & Mesa News i Marthetta Blakeley says that all things are moving forward for the Songbird Inner City Slickers to be held at her ranch starting at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 30 and ending on Sunday at 4:00 p.m. More volunteers are needed to help with the kids, and with the cooking. It's a great program, and if you can help, give her a call at 256-4548 or 741-1972 for more information. Miracles can happen for these children and the community is invited to come and see as they unfold. She has places for three more children ages 12-18, so give her a call. As mentioned last week, the final call home for Bob Baker came last Sunday. Many friends throughout the area joined with the family in the celebration of his life on Saturday morning at the exhibit hall in Cambridge. Others joined at the graveside services at the Indian Valley Cemetery, then later at the Baker's home. If the memories of a father and grandfather tell the story of a man's life, then it was truly shown of the love known, as his grandchildren and children shared their special times and expressed the true love felt. Doris was surrounded by family too numerous to name for theweek, and our thoughts of healing and peace continue for this family as time progresses forward. Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway enjoyed a wonderful week of camping once again this year up near the Lochsa River along the Montana border. They joined their friends, Lloyd and Helen Brown of Council, leaving on Wednesday and returning on Sunday evening. While camping with many friends they Wednesday, June 20, 2012 Too Many Goodbyes met camping there last year, they also enjoyed dancing every afternoon and evening. The camp features a nice area for dancing and had country western bands there to provide live music. Earlier in the week, the couple visited with good friends, Charles and Nita Sale, in Meridian when they traveled to Boise for an appointment for Larry. Jim and Lavonne Conner are anxiously awaiting the arrival of son, Dan, and his new wife, Shelley, who were married on Saturday. The newlyweds will be coming from California and bringing with them a new granddaughter, Sterling, for them to meet and love. Sterling is Shelley's daughter, but now has a whole new family to meet, which will include a variety of four-legged critters to claim as her cousins! I'll be looking forward to hearing about the visit. It was a sad week for Jill Doughton and Margaret Thomason, as they went to two funerals to say good- bye to two special men. On Friday, they attended the services for Jim Nixon, and then on Saturday for Bob Baker. Jackie Dowdy enjoyed her week by being part of the team that helped out at the Rodeo Bible Camp held in Cambridge. She helped by working in the kitchen, and enjoyed meeting new friends and being around the children there. At home, the cooking continued, as she and Don purchased a new stove for her own kitchen. I've been missing hearing Jackie's mouthwatering recipes, so hopefully she can start to create new cuisine once again. Jim and Patty Shaw enjoyed a nice week with a trip to Ontario and By Lynn another to Council to go fishing. Patty caught four fish at the Council Mill Pond, and enjoyed a nice afternoon doing so. Jim enjoyed a nice Father's Day by staying home and talking on the phone. He had been down for a few days with a nasty cold, so get well wishes are sent his way. Lanae Veselka enjoyed a visit from Dave and Cathy on Sunday, and especially enjoyed sharing a piece of Father's Day cake that they brought with them. Tom and Judy Green were surprised to find their daughter, Janel, standing on their doorstep on Monday morning! Janel was due to arrive from Arizona later this week, but arrived on Sunday night, spending the night with her sister, Dezi. Judy enjoyed visiting her friend, Sue Platt, in Cambridge on Friday. For Father's Day, Tom enjoyed Page 7 Leatherman -- 739-5756 a morning of church with Judy, and received some wonderful cookies. He was nice enough to share one cookie with Judy, who made him a special meal for his special day. Connie "'Iornyak is hoping that her week of dealing with bad tires is over with. Daughter, Tammy also had tire trouble, and the two ended up heading to Ontario on Saturday to have the trouble fixed. Sunday, the two enjoyed a wonderful meal of barbequed ribs at The Ranchhouse (formerly Mrs. G's) in Cambridge. Celestino and Robin Juica, and good friend, Narciso, enjoyed a trip to McCall for Father's Day. They enjoyed a nice barbeque at the home of daughter, Cleridds, but the best thing on the menu was spending time with grandchildren, Iker and Arelly. Bear Facts Our community was saddened by the death of a neighbor. Iva Cook, mother of Leila Cornell and a long time resident of Cuprum, died June 13th in the Weiser Hospital. She had spent the past several months in Weiser. Ira was 93 and will be missed by all of us. Dan and Sauni McGahey are enjoying grandchildren, Jack, Will and Emily McGahey, all from Boise. Jack McGahey brought them up to enjoy Bear Creek for a while. Grand Chapter at Great00Falls By Tina Warner- 258-4471 Sarah Stewart fed a large group Saturday evening. Her grandparents, Roy and Connie Mocaby, and friends: Cheryl Riggin, Ralph Carson, Lowell Tietje, Nan Rankin and most of the Warner family. The evening was spent visiting and doing some work on their house. Joy Brown from Caldwell, and her daughter, Teresa of Boise, spent Wednesday until Sunday at Joy's cabin at Bear. They had lunch with Tina Warner on Wednesday. Kathy Hogan was in McMinnville, Oregon to attend the graduation of her son Jack. She has been visiting her family there. Sue Warner and Lois Jones attended Idaho Grand Chapter of Eastern Star in Idaho Falls from Friday until Tuesday. On Wednesday they traveled with Susan Foster to Great Falls, Montana for Grand Chapter. While there, they visited the Great Falls and the Charlie Russell Museum. They returned home Friday. Pastor's Corner O r Father the Master Weaver Wayne Freedman If you were to visit would boggle the mind the place where the in production. But this best wedding saris in image would not be the world are made, you farther from the truth. would see saris rich in Each sari is made gold and silver threads, individually by a father resplendent with an and son team. The father array of colors. With sits above the son on a such intricacy of product, platform, surrounded by you would expect to several spools of thread see some elaborate that he gathers into his system of machines that fingers. 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Last week, on Father's Day, in church we sang: How deep the Father's love for us. How vast beyond all measure, That he should give His only Son, To make a wretch His treasure. Why should I gain from His reward? I cannot give an answer. But this I know with all my heart: His wounds have paid my ransom. A purposeful design emerges when the Father weaves a pattern from what to us may often seem painful dark threads. So today, if you will stop, you will see that God is seeking to weave a beautiful tapestry in your life. Adult Council Valley Free Library Book Shelf New Books at the Council Library G_Gy_p_p_ by Carol Higgins Clark Storm by Clive Cussler Brotherband Chronicles: The Invaders by John Flanagan Theordore Boone: the Accused by John Grisham Renegade by Lora Leigh Robert B. Parker's Lullaby by Robert B. Parker Burning Lamp by Amanda Quick The Alchernyst by Michael Scott The Eternal Bond by Anita Stansfield Full Circle by Anita Stansfield A Guiding Star by Anita Stansfield Sierra Falls by Veronica Wolf Juvenile Toot and Pop by Sebastien Braun Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert Welcome to Narnia by Jennifer Frantz Animals in the Outhouse by Anja Frohlich The Little Overcoat by Yetta Goodman The Crown on Your Head by Nancy Tillman Flowers have spoken to me more than I can tell in written words. They are the hieroglyphics of angels, loved by all men for the beauty of their character, though few can decipher even frag- ments of their meaning. -- Lydia M. Child