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New Meadows News by Effie Mooney Five girls from the Meadows Valley Junior Varsity Basketball team recently attended a Northwest Basketball Team Camp in LaGrande, Oregon. The girls spent a week working on mental preparation, plus physical skills, stamina, strength and speed. Those attending were Terri Yoakum, Darcy Geiger. Shawna Elsberry, Katrina Mer-ritt and Doni Goff. Mark Rivers and Sherri Miller were united in marriage Saturday, July 14 at 3:30 p.m. in the New Meadows Assembly of God Church, with Pastor Lyle Jordan performing the ceremony. There were approximately 40 friends and family who attended, with Irma Keska playing the piano. The bride and groom made a very attractive couple, both wearing white, next to their at- tendants who were dregsed in pale blue colors. The wedding cake was furnished by Su, Foster, and beautifully done in blue and white. The reception following the ceremony was held in the church auditorium. The bride and groom decorated each other's faces very nicely with cake for the photographers and some anonymous workers did an excellent wrapping job on Mark and Sherri's pickup. The couple makes their home in New Meadows and Mark is employed by C & M Lumber and Sherri by Browns Mountain Market. Congratulations from all. lri and John Phillips and baby spent last week here in New Meadows with her mother, Una Rose. The Philil are from Idaho Falls and returned home Monday, July 16. Perk and Una also had the Ridge Riders Snowmobile Club Barbecue at their place on Saturday, July 14 with approximately 30 people attending. Fred and Margie Gilderoy traveled to the Valley last Tuesday, July 1O and spent the night in Meridian with Virgil and Peggy Gilderoy. Fred had a doc- tors appointment Wednesday morning in Boise. Virgil then came up Saturtisy, July 14 and attended the Ridge Riders Barbecue and spent the night with his folks. Peggy came up Monday, July t6 and stayed until Wednesday. Butch and Jerri Henry and son, Jock, of Boise were up this last weekend for a nice visit with friends and family. luise Whitlow and daughter, Ella Fergeson of Kennewick, Wasl and another daughter, Margaret Lee of Glennoma, Washington are in our area visiting friends for a few days. They plan to stay until Friday, July 20. Hattie Ratzat had family visiting a couple of weeks ago. Her son Bob, his wife, Thelda and danghter, Jennifer spent five days with Hattie while moving from Albany, Oregon to Washington, D.C. Hattie also enjoyed a visit from her grandson, Craig Ratsat and his two children, J.P. and Nieole for S days. They are from Portland, Oregon. Lenora English, former New Meadows resident, stopped by last week from California for a few days visit with Noni Moore and ocher friends. Noni's son, Jim Moore and his wife, Agnes, came up from Boise and spent Sunday afternoon with her. Council social notes -- The Hanson family had a picnic- reunion at Hornet Creek on the Old Wilkie Place on July 6. In attendance were Ross and Ann Luckinga, Nampa; Bob and Connie Bose and family, Bountiful, Utah; R.W. and Shoryl Luckinga and family, Nampa; Michael Frame and family, Price, Utah; Antone Luckinga and family, Nampa; Richard and Polly Luckinga and family, Layton, Utah; Kent and Carolyn Thomas and family, Salt Lake City, Utah; Leroy and Arlene Milner and family, Spokane, Washington; Bill and Pat Moffat, Leesburg, Virginia; Bob and Kathy Moffat and family, Boise; Lawrence and Mattie Thomas, Council; Dennis and Debbie Thomas and family, Roswell, Georgia; Lance Thomas, Boise; Drue Thomas, Boise; Thomas, Pocatello; David and Heather Hutchison, Council, and Tom Gaston, Seattle, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buck of Payette visited in the Otto Lakey home Sunday night. Mrs. Buck is an old school chum of Dorothy's. CORRECTION: In last week's social news we said that the Ladies of the Congregational Church gave Anne Simpson a brunch; while the ladies were from the Congregafimml Church, all the ladies of the church were not involved, rather it was the Ladies of the Music Committee. Clarence McFadden's bi'other and Council 4{',,-. I.,,. 4/' . 00oc,a, 00ews ......  by Florence Brown 4(-4{. Last week's story should have read: When they asked a black politician how he felt about the defense, he said, wife, Mr. and Mrs. Royal McFadden were visitors in Council on Sunday. John and Jean Waters of Boise were here last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waters and her mother, Mrs. Ruby Redner. Renee Draper spent time with her grandparents, the Waters and her dad, Glenn. She and her dad visited her other grandma, Mrs. Irene Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Butch Woods. Renoe went home to Deer Park, last Friday. While here, she won a blue ribbon in the 4th of July Imrada. Joe Waters took sons, J.T. and Scotty back to Buhl last Saturday. They had been with him over the 4th. Chris and Don Baldwin  in at Morn and Dad Waters' on their way from Kamiah to Boise. The Lori Well.Art Davis wedding Saturday was beautiful, well dm and had a lovely urvice according to pro morn, June Davis. It was a lawn wedding with a buffet  af- terwards. The bride wore a a'eam and white lace gom and flowers in ber halt. Baby's breath was the only other flower used. Some of tbe special guests were Mr=. Floreace Davis, Mrs. Ernest Wolfe of balat; Mr. and Mr=. Mac Fredmrg and daughter, Tyann of McCall; Mr. and Mrs. Jfm Pierce and  James of lkefork; Mr. nnd Mrs. Lowile Weot Chino, California; and Mr. John about two weeks with Mr. and 'i John Gould. Mr. and Mrs. Lster Gould en- tertained a family group for a pha in the evevning of the 4th. Maria Nelson celebrated her llth birthday that day. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Murray, Myrtle Gould, Clarence Gmdd, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Todd Nelson and Jf. A tlgee generation croquet contest was played by Jeff and Maria, Domm And MyrtJe, but the game was called by darkness. THE RECORD : July 18, 1984 - Page 5 Opening July23 i Susan's Antiques and Who willbeMrm. A danC,mythis, doesnt need blood, i Colhctibhs 1 year, 19647 For more information call PeoPle in your community do. Blood or 203-46. Deadline is July =5. drawing will be held July 24th, make an k Z appointmet,tbyl4.Sor4U7 I Council, Idaho (2 Blocks North ot Nazarene Church) NOTiCE from TheYhOq-ff'lsis EfilceFFw hOFFlasCmgo r- A brsRUcSHontCrlN toTROyoT(URto the  By Chance Or By Appointment Ph. 253-4432 1 print cards on file for your children. We public, will take place Monday, July 23 will print your children and give ynu the beginningatga,m, at the Mike Hillman ) Watch For "SpecmlSale"ltems ; card for safe-keeping. This is a Ranch, Cambridge, and continuing to program wildely adopted to aid in the the Johonie Harrington Ranch, Council, invesUgation and findingof children in at , p.m. Lunch, courtesy of Elanco, To Be Advertised kidl100pping __. H you want your wil| be se00.ved at the Dal|as Greenwood To Be Ad00rt00ed. children mgorwinted m a safeguard home on Hornet Creek. we will be providing this service to you at no charge on the following schedule: Tuesdays at 3 p.m. It has been reported that there have been cases where shooting too close to resideac and livestock have oc- curred. This is to remind all hunters and sportsman that it is against the law to shoo( near residences and livestock and the consequences are punishable by law. We urge you to exercise caution at all tin and when you dlschar{ your firearm that you only shoot in areas that am not inhabited by m' livestock. NOTICE Patty Haueistrom is back at Hair Affair, with Pdeky's Video Rentals. Patty will be there Mondays and Tuesdays. Gwen will be thee Wed. nesday through Saturday. FAIR PARADE The Adams County Fair Board would like to encourage each business, organizatien and church in the Adams County area to enter a float or something in the Fair Parade on Saturday, July 20. We will have an Olympic theme. Floats are grent (don't forget the floating plaque for businesNsL but it could be anything that would stimulate your business, better employee, employer relations, help group camaraderie, and suplmct our own town and Adams County. .... WlMMING LF,8ON8 Registration for Red Cross Swimming lessons will be July 30 from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. at Catl Elementary Sebeol in the multt-purlz rnom. Leum will be at Starkey Hot SI August 6 through Aum 17. Students will be bused to and from tbe pool. Chargo per student for pool use and bus fee is tentatively let at $16.00. Lessons will be during the mornings with times to be set later. Anyone interested in Basic Rescue and Water Safety or Advanced I,ifving classes, lease call Cindy Ludwig at  or Sylvia Camp at e008 to pre-registor. Basle Rescue and Water Safety stnd|mts mum be i i years of tqe and have swimmer ability. Advanced Lifesaving students mum be IS years of age and have swimmer ability. THANK YOU We would like to thank everyone for all the food, cards, flowers, donations and other expressions of sympathy during our time of bereavement in memory of Vi Plummet and Ira Riedsoe. A special thank you to the Council The tour will give those interested a firsthand look at the results of sagebrush control through the use of Graslan. QUILTERS Council Mountain Quilters will meet Monday. July 23 at the Council Valley Free Library at i p.m. Everyone in- terested in quilting is welcome. The July 16 meeting has been cancelled. COUNCIL VALLEY AMBULANCE DONATIONS Donations received by Council Valley Ambulance Service in memory of: ira & Mabel Bledsoe: Edna MorRz Olive Ham: Lydia Brommn Viola Plummet: Edna Moritz Kathryn Plummet Bsry & Mabel Camp: Larry & June Derie Lydia Bronson Nwval Sheltm: Lydia Brmumn HOSPITAL ADMi881ONS Colleen Henderson, Council Bernice Armacost, Cambridge Carroll EbeRoft, Fruitvale Esther Clark, Council Hilleboe, Council Bonnie lsk, Council Christy Drury, Fruitvale Born on July 16, 1984 to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hilloe of Council, a 'dauter. Stephante. Born on July 17. I4 to Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Drury of Fruitvale. a daughter. THIS WEEK'S BIRTHDAYS JULY 19 Vicki Vogel, Jared Jenson. Casey Kesler JULY 20 Lynde Dotsun, Clayton White, Joni Johnson, Sandy James, Kelly Tassano JULY 21 David Fisk. Scotty Waters. Shane Hadiway. JtmnRa Lopez, Mary Adair. Jay Stockman, Carol Pratt JULY 22 Nicole Ratter, Laura Monger, Bob Smith. Jim McLeod. Glen Deasy JULY 23 Bonnie Dald, Naoma Wilson, Dr Sam Monger JUI.Y 24 Sally Hubbard, Marva Moats, Connie Smith, Pat DEHaas. Milton McDaniel. Carl Nichols JUI.Y 2S Malty McCarty. Teri Lindenberg Rusty...... public good. The public good is far superior to the individual and his right. On the wilderness issue there is only for the delicious food prepared Monday and Tuesday evenings, and to aH the friends and neighbors who brought fond in. The loving kindness shown to us will "Either paint it or tea,r, itdown!" Visitors over the 4th at Carrel always be remembered, one cetitutionaily correct view which Then they asked 'How about the Oldham's were be/" grandson, Dermis God issoGood. He setusinCouncil, agrees with our Founding Fathers. abortion bill and he said, "I thought I McClure and his wtfe Becky and Mandy Ward&MaF Senator Mcclure is correct in his stance paid that." and Denny II from , Oregon. Jim, Jeaony, Mike on this issue. A lot of us enjoyed the Independence They have been staying with her Shawna (Clay, KC., Jimmie) It is high time that Rep. Seihorling festivities and some came from far parents, the Ray Winters since Dusty and Mary Bledsoe and his ilk honor the Constitution that away. returning from Hawaii. They left Kaye& HaroSiesel they have sworn to uphold, or vacate Mr. andMrs. Bill Murray of Victorla, Saturday for Reno where they will Marvin&Hazel(Pat)Winters their offices. BC, left Wednesday morning after make theirhome. " 1 l,-& 000100Us C0UP01{S dr00Wdld00!! Ii , " H " I ', b0' OLD FA0 [ I 6:00-6:45 a.m. Farm Reports --', [ 8:00- 8:15 DaybreakNews-Loc,Regional, -=[ i DEAL [,,. & National Sports & Weather " -I !  Farm Reports -I I| 5:00 p.m. C BS Worlc/-'ronigl t- "- "1 I " .e,t DISCOUNTS EVERY MEAt I HEAR THE D FERENCE... 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