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THE RECORD - July 18, 1984 - Page 8 6@@OOOOoooooeeeooeoel : Mid00,JaJe Notes : Q by Lola Snider e ooooooooooooee oeeoe Beth and Dick Jones and daughters of Olympia, Wash., visited Friday with her aunt, Eva and H.C. Ward and the Dwight and Rex Towells while up. They have been visiting her folks, the Frank Towells in Weiser. Frank was home after a few days in the hospital and is feeling better. Visiting I0 days over the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wiggins was son, David Wiggins from Tonopah, Nevada. He and his wife Jean and her two babies, spent the 4th with the Wiggins, and the twins were greatly enjoyed by all of them. He aso visited his daughters in Nampa. Mr. and Mrs. Blain Leffler and 3 children of Caldwell spent the 4th with Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Grothaus. The Lynn Gibson family of Weiser joined them for the 4th. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Duma and family are his aunt, Kathleen Kiphart and son, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kiphart of St. Louis, Missouri who are vacationing for the first time in this part of the country. They plan to visit the Tetons and Yellowstone and return through Montana and North Dakota to see all the sights along the way home. Hazel and Lawrence arrived back in Midvale from Arizona where they spent the winter. Scott Turnbull came home after his release from the Boise hospital, and is reported doing well. He hopes to be back in the station before long liis wife, Liz and friends are keeping ;ie station open. Delma Rebman drove to Weiser Friday to bring grandmother, Velda Rebman home from the nursing home where she has been the past month underoing therapy for her broken hip. She is doing well, and walking but has to be very careful yet. Wanda Evans and children of Airway Heights, Wash., spent the 4th with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Fuchs and all joined the Calvin Fuchs family for supper the night of the 4th. Eva Ward visited with brother, Max Towell from Ogalala. Nebraska Wednesday by phone who reported their daughter. Lois, was home from Australia, but due to more classwork. had not been home. She started sum- mer school. Carol Dale injured his WTiSt last Monday on the swather which required about 13 stitches. He was able to get part of the stitches out Friday and the rest out on Monday. While down on Friday< they stopped in to visit at the Taylor Hale home and found only a minute ahead a pickup had wrecked and ran through the yard and into the corner of the house after being hit by another car. No one was seriously hurt, but the crash knocked a corner off the house. Reva Whitaker of Boise was visiting at the time at the Hales. She was on her way to Council to babysit the Bruce and Margaret Whitaker children while they attend Bruce's class reunion. Enjoying birthday supper with the Keith Rebman family Monday evening, July 9, for little Brian's first birthday was Patty and Allen Snider and Delma, Leila, Ila, Randy, Stacy and Suzann Rebman and Danny and Sarah Everhart. Spending the 4th with Karen Slippy and family were her folks, Phil and Grace of Parma, her sister Kay and Arnold Rubey and Cheryl, her brother Cleve and Jean, Sarah and Hannah, Jean's folks, Ernest and Ellen Harder of Nyssa, and Julie Clucas of Boise, who spent the day visiting, and in the afternoon all en- joyed the barbecue in town. Wendy and Wanda Williamson of Weiser visited in Midvale Friday and reported their father, Mardell Williamson was undergoing treatment and looked good after the first treatment that it was taking hold of the tumors. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hcinrich, Robert and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Larry 1910 S.W. 4th Avenue, Ontario AIR COMPRESSOR 4 DAY SALE Wed.-Thurs.- Fri.-Sat. JULY 18-19- 20- 21 AIR COMPRESSOR Welcon M OSB STORE HOURS: Sunday 10:00-4:00 Saturday 8:30-:00 Woekdmys 8:30-5:30 AIR COMPRESSOR Heavy Duty 15 Ft. Air Hose Air Chuck No. 34A50-10 Reg. $199.95 DURA-LIFE DOG FOOD Why pay twice as much? All the minerals & vita- mins your animals need. Balanced Ration 44A75-10 CFM Dis#. 44 CFM at 40 P.S.I. 29 CFMat 100 P.S.I. 24 10 Gal. Tank 3A H.P. Motor No.44A75-10 Reg. $239.95 Sale PICKUP TOOL BOXES Utility I -A-Regular 8-A Small Size $999 50 Lb. UIN PROOFED Bag Sale ................ DU$'II' PROOFED Ilomegite TRI00BI STRING Gas Powered ...... 20" Cut -=- -- ST- I00 Reg. $134.95 Reg. $109.95 KEEP DITCHES CLEAN WITH THE HERBI SPRAYER A "stingy" machine for herb- cide Opplicotion on fence rows rr9otion ditches and soot treatment m orchards and row ,op, Reg. $119.95 15 Gal. Tank 1 H.P. Motor Twin Cylinder V. Compressor No. 64A 100-14 L" CFM Disp. 6.4 CFM at 40 P.S.I. 4.5 CFMat 100 P.S.I. 3.9 Monsanto. ROUND-UP te OSCILLATING FANS All-Purpose 12" 3 Speed Fan for Use on Desk Portable Reg. $29.95 3 Speed 16" fon for larger rooms. No.2151A Reg. ,2488 $32.95 Original Gott Metal WATER COOLERS No.7703 3 Gal. Metal Reg. $22.95 No.770 5 Gal. Metals Reg. $29.95 Reg. $29.95 ACRYL HIGH and LOW BACK BUCKET SEAT The Finest 100% Simulated Sheepskin seat cover | Gott Water Coolers 2 Gal. No. 16922 Reg. $14.99 13 9 SEAT BENCH SEAT COVERS lmltantly cool in summer aily warm in winter Gott Water COOLERS 6 Gal. No.16551 Reg.$32.49 95 RUBBER 32 Col. Heavy Duty Roughneck PLASTIC CONTAINER 24 s32 '. 88 99 With Lid ,,..,,,,, Sl 2 ss Special $39.95 Special Special ............. Heinrich and family of Boise, and Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Thompson, Janet, Jim, Ed and Wayne of New Plymouth enjoyed the 4th on Middle Fork lie- nicking. Molly Craig, Barbie Graham and Lodi Sutton, H Cooking Club, held a Kidnap Weiser Roast and Party at the Crane Creek Reservoir Monday evening, July 2, for their class. They were able to kidnap all but 4 in the group from their chores or whatever situation they found them in by contacting their folks ahead of time. Two were not able to come, who were on jobs, and two could rot be located. Their theme is "Let's Entertain Teens," and all enjoyed it greatly. Around 50 were present for the annual Williams family reunion held in the Midvale park Sunday, July 8. Out of town visitors were Shirley and Bob Haun, daughter, Cary Nitzel, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bouner, Emmett; Mr. an" Mrs. Delbert Williams of Caldwet Mrs. Daniels, Maxine Solders, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hoodof Boise; Mr. and Mrs. Mel Lloyd of Payette; Donna Legg of Cambridge; Mrs. Barbara Harton, Mindy, Sam and Justin of New Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williams and granddaughter of Lenore. Midvale family members were the Gene MaUorys, Bonnie Warfield, the Rex Towells, the Arlyn Towells, the Joe Servatiuses, Mrs. Flora Williams, Al Schleicher, the Jim Williams, the Paul Williams. A lovely day of visiting was enjoyed though not as many were able to come this year. Pearl Hooper is doing well, and Bob brought her home Sunday from the Weiser hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mallory and family left Tuesday morning for a camping trip to Silver Springs Plunge above Crouch after haying was finished. Joanne's folks, Mr. arg.,Mra. Deb Williams of Caldwell will joLrkbem Wednesday. They plan to return home Friday. Installation of Bethel No. 28 Inter- national Order of Job's Daughters was held on Monday, June 25 at the Cam- bridge Masonic Hall. Officers installed were Molly Craig, Honor Queen; Barbie Graham, Sr. Princess; Laura Uhrig, Marshall; Brenda Widner, Sr. Custodian; Betty Morris of Indian Valley, Chaplain; Susan Grothal,as Installing Honor Queen, also outgoing Honor Queen; Velda Fairchild, Guardian; and Bert Clure, Assistant Guardian. She chose the ceremony, "creation." Other installing officers were Erlene Shelton of Council, Guide, Jennifer Pomeroy was Marshall, Susan Warner of Bear was Chaplain, Marilyn Grothaus, Jr. and Senior Custodian, Diane Morris, Installing Secretary, and Deanna Atteberry as Muscian Installation Officer. A small reception was held at the basement of the Masonic Hall afterwards. On June 2S-30, Molly Craig and mother, Carolyn Craig went to Caldwell where Molly attended the International Order of Job's Daughters at which time she was chosen as Grand Represen- tative to Colorado for next year. Molly and her mother spent the time in Nampa with Caroline's folks, Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Wagner while down. Fran and Chuck Hardy and family returned to Colorado after a week's visit here with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cada, leaving their non, Steve, to help with the haying. Magistrate Court00 The following fines are in addiUon to court costs of $14.50: Steve Carter, Council: Two unlicensed dogs running at large, $30.00. Bill Moors, Council: Lietmsed dog running at large, $25.00 with $10.00 suspended. Joseph Derer, Houston, Texas: Fishing without valid license, t25.Q0. Alan F. Butch, Council: Aid aM.her in the purchase of wrong class and hunting license, $50.00. Henry C. palmer, Wilmington, Delaware: p os.s_._ion of big game animal (elk) o-uru ced season; $300.00 plUS $600.00 civil J'eJgment, 15 days jail. Danny Leroy Martin, Ne Meadows: speedins,0._s0, TimothY Deltaas, Council: Failure to stop, $0.0. , ,'  Allison L York, Moow, Idaho: ?rolyn M. MCugh, C d'Alene, sv., Troy J. Redinius, Council: 89ceding ' $0.50. patricia Cole, Comil: Pailure t yield from stop sign, $I0.. Lisa Louise Reilly, Orfro: Pollowin too closely, !0.00. Tracy L. Howard, McCall: ..... ' '' P over solid line; $20.50. Scott M. Jackson, Jerome: Expired operator's license, $15.50. MARRIAGE LICENSE8 June , lgB4: Warner, Vicki tSue) and HUll, Danny Lee, both of New Mudow, ..... Ashraft, Judith Kathlee and G James Ernest, hoth of Midvale June 28, 1984: Wells, Lori Lynne and Davis, Arthur Lee, both of Council. July 2,1%4: Peters, Sherri Ann lnd. Rivers, Mark Lyle, both of New eaaows. July 6,14: Shaw, Paula Diane of Camhrtcle and Dunham, Ramon Dean o Indian Valley. July 12, IM4: Murphy, Mary ._,,.,al Caaldly, Russell Ailim, horn m u,.la. DIVORCI GRANTE: July 6. 1904: McL,I. Peggy Ann from MoLed, Norman l.. i