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Page 6 Wednesday, July 18, 2012 The Adams County Record Indian Valley Always get your "Mammy-Grammys" & Mesa News 8y Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 Doris Baker enjoyed having her granddaughter, Kim Zolman of Riggins, visit during the week. On Saturday grandson, Thron Van Komen of Parma, stopped in to visit. Great- grandson, Terrun Zolman, came to visit on his way home from a basketball camp that he attended in Salt Lake City. All in all, Doris had-a wonderful week full of smiles, hugs and lots of visiting. Bey Galloway was off to Cambridge on Monday for a hair appointment with Kay Van Order. Tuesday, Bey and Larry Boehm left early to travel to Pullman, WA for a visit with Larry's son, Ken Byers, and his family. Later on, they traveled over to Spokane to visit the home of Jane and Doug Auld. While there they visited with Larry's daughter, Darla Auld, and her girls from South Dakota. Bev and Larry arrived back home from Washington on Thursday. On Saturday, they attended the funeral service for friend, Tom Hubbard in New Meadows. Lavonne Conner had a very pleasant surprise this past week. While checking her Facebook, the little chat box popped open and she saw it was their grandson, Jared, who is stationed for the Navy in a small country by Somalia, Africa. They were able to have a very nice chat until it was lights out for Jared. He was able to show her pictures of the beautiful, yet different, countryside where he is at and bring his world a bit closer for his grandma. Jim has been informed by his doctor that he will need to experience another type of technology soon in the form of a new knee, so prayers are sent for him for a safe operation and fast healing when the time comes. Jill Doughton is proud to announce that she and mom, Margaret Thomason, went out this past week and had their annual "Mammy-Grammys" done, and all is just fine. Jill, who is a twelve-year survivor of breast cancer, and Margaret of skin cancer, can't send enough gentle and loving reminders out to everyone to have your yearly screenings done. Technology is such a blessing in our lives, and these two beautiful ladies are here to bless our valley with their smiling faces and friendship because their cancers were caught early. Bill and Ruth Reeder headed off to Ontario on Tuesday for an eye appointment for Ruth. Afterward, they enjoyed lunching with Louie and Shirley Vandrell then did a bit of shopping before heading home. Jim and Patty Shaw enjoyed visiting with their friends, Robert and Maria, who finally made it up to Indian Valley for a short visit this past week. They also visited them in Caldwell earlier in the week. Judy Green is back from her trip to her parents in Ririe, Idaho. During the two weeks she spent there she got in lots of visiting with her parents, brothers, aunts and son, Emmet, his wife, Jenifer and her precious grandbabies. Joan Lakey reports she is hanging in there, but she is chomping at the bit for the next four weeks to pass until she can become weight bearing on her ankle once again. Hubby, Don, is taking great care of her, and has learned lots of little household chores while doing so. But, Joan says he still hasn't learned to fold laundry, which is okay as it gives her something to do. Mary Rininger and Jenny had a nice adventure on the fourth as Jenny participated in the parade in Midvale as part of her duties as the queen of the Cambridge Rodeo. Mary was glad to get out and about on Friday to visit with her Knit-Wit friends. Celestino and Robin Juice enjoyed a dual babysitting adventure on the fourth in McCall, when they took on their grand kids for the first time solo. On Monday of this week, they enjoyed having visits from friends, Dave Ritter and his friend, Caroline of Midvale. They brought Dave's sister Sue, and her husband Roger Johnson, and grandson David, making the visit extra special. Later on in the day, son-in law Alan, and daughter Clerida, and the grand babies came to visit and they enjoyed an afternoon of playing and laughing. Saturday, the Indian Valley Rural Fire Department held a training session with eight volunteers in attendance. Ron and ]anet Meyer attended the funeral service for Ron's cousin, Tom Hubbard, in New Meadows on Saturday afternoon. Although a sad reason, it was nice to visit with family and friends. They enjoyed visiting with Bey Galloway and Larry Boehm of Indian Valley also. At home, Ron is accusing Janet of trying to be a nice neighbor, as whenever she waters their lawn, the winds pick up and she manages to send water their way. They are also busy picking tomatoes as they have loads and loads of the delicious red fruit. Bear Facts Sauni McGahey had knee surgery in Boise last Thursday. She is recovering at her home at Bear, carefully attended by grandson, Will, and granddaughter Emily. Husband, Dan McGahey, is in California working on a project for the company he worked for many years. Sue Warner drove to Las Vegas to visit her mother last week. Tina accompanied her on the trip, and joan returned to Bear with them. She was a guest of Tina's, and they had 2012 FORD F-250 4X4 Reg Cab XL W/Power Equip group, 6.2l If-8 #12T035 Changes over the weekend By Tina Warner -- 258-4471 a Feat visit. On Friday they dove to Cuprum on the Siae X Side to visit Kathy Hogan, and were treated to a walk through the house Larry Cornell has built. One can start at the front door and walk all through the living room, bed rooms and up the stairs to the pool room, several sets of elk and deer horns in the next room etc., until one makes the circle and come around back to the kitchen. All of the work is well done and cared for. Guests of Nan Rankin + I s36,170 2012 FORD F'-250 4X4 Super Cab, XLT, aZl V and Lowell Tietje are Molly and Nick Hayes of Phoenix, AZ. The couples have been friends for many years in Seattle. They are enjoying the scenery while they are here. Donna Young of W'dder is spending some time at her house on Bear Creek. Saturday her son, Tracy Goodloe, and his wife and three children, joined her for a week or so. Tracy is stationed in Texas and is here on vacation. Joe and Sue Warner's home saw some changes over the weekend. Sarah Stewart helped Sue wash walls and paint the SALE PRICE mrc. s29,315 w Jeep ssS00 mc,= living room after the men removed the furniture. While they were working inside, Lowell Tiet)e, Ralph Carson, Tod Young, Joe, Sam and Ben Warner poured a cement floor to the front porch. Tina Warner fed most of the crew at noon. They were joined there by Roy and Connie Mocaby. Joan Holmes is spending time in Indian Valley with her son, Joe, and wife, this week. Ben Warner and children, Oscar and Eva, were guests of Joe and Sue Warner over the weekend. 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