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The Adams County Record Indian Valley & Mesa News ]-his past week was sad- dened by the loss of two wonderful men. Our con- dolences go out to Tom and Norma Grossen and Cindy Minder and family for the loss of their beloved Rick. His memorial servic- es were held at the Indian Valley Community Hall on Sunday, and the outpour- ing of love from all of the communities was greatly felt. Also, sympathies go to Cheryl Terry and family as Gary passed from this earthly life on Friday. Gary was noted to be a wonder- ful man and one of the nic- est persons anyone would ever want to meet. May we all remember these two men and their families in our prayers. Another farewell, but not as sad, is saying good bye to Postmaster, Whitney Voermans from the Indian Valley Post Office this week. Her smile will be missed by those going in and out of the Post Office daily. Larry Boehm and Bey Galloway headed to Boise to the hearing-aid center for an appointment for Larry on Monday. Saturday night, the couple attended the Adams County Rodeo in Council and enjoyed the show put on very much. Bev's daughter, Janice Derouin, came from Boise for the weekend to con- tinue her work on staining the exterior of Bev's home. Jilt Doughton had a nice surprise when she opened the rodeo section of l-he Record last week. As she read through the pages, she was amazed to find her pic- ture from 1964 when she held the honor of first prin- cess: Sunday, she, Jack and morn, Margaret Thomason, attended the services for Rick Minder. Jackie Dowdy and Della Haberle enjoyed some time out together as they took a tour of the exhibits at the Adams County Fair this past week. Afterward, they enjoyed a nice luncheon at Lakey's Caf. In the week past, Doris Baker joined with daugh- Wednesday, August 1, 2012 Sad Farewells By Lynn ters at Jackpot, NV for a fun filled weekend. A son in law and several grand- children joined the fun. They had a wonderful time enjoying Reba McEntire in concert and a little gam- bling. This weekend, she enjoyed a visit from Bob's niece, Donnie Harris. Sunday, she attended the memorial service for Ricky Minder and then went out to visit with Cheryl Terry. In the afternoon, grand- daughter, Kim Zolman and husband, Eddie, came from Riggins to visit. Bill and Ruth Reeder enjoyed having Becca and Ethan Crosby of Cambridge out for lunch on Monday. Friday, cousin, Bob Luglan came down from New Meadows to enjoy dinner with them. Saturday, they attended a barbeque at the home of Wayne and Julie Burkhart. Glen and Sandy Coates were also there and made the evening quite enjoyable. Jim and Patty Shaw attended the memorial ser- vice for Rick .Minder on Sunday in support of their good friends, Tom and Norma Grossen. Lanae Veselka enjoyed having neighbor, Beth Post, come to visit her on Friday. Granddaughters, Carrie, Julie and Sarah came to visit over the weekend. .Judy Green enjoyed a trip to Ontario on both Thursday and Friday. On Friday, she and Dezi did some shopping and met with other daughter, Cinamon, for lunch. That evening, Tom, Judy, Dezi and Elza enjoyed going to the Adams County Rodeo. Connie Hornyak enjoyed celebrating Pioneer Days with her friends at the LDS Church in Council in-law, David White came up to visit. They took a drive up to Bear where they enjoyed a nice visit with the Joe Warner family.. Don and Joan Lakey enjoyed having son, Kevin and family up from Gooding over the weekend. Some of the family attend- ed the wedding rehearsal on Friday evening, while the remainder of the family got together for a belated 6th birthday celebration for granddaughter, Donevin. Saturday, it was wedding time for granddaughter, Hannah, in Council who married Sam McConnell. Joan says the wedding was beautiful as was the recep- tion afterward. Jenny Rininger enjoyed on friend Sheila Colson drove her to Ontario for cataract surgery. Thursday,* friends, Sharon Gagin and Judy Green drove her back down for a check up enjoy- ing lunch afterward. Over the weekend, daughter, Shannon White and son- Tuesday. Wednesday,. being part of the royalty who helped out at the Adam's County Rodeo and was happy with her horse's run in the barrels. She also rode in the drill team to fill in for Bridgett Brest who was still suffering a hurt back over the weekend. In the two weeks, Craig Page 9 Leatherman -- 739-5756 and Ardis Boll enjoyed a visit from Craig's sister, Shannon Gauss and her husband, Kreg of New Mexico. Monday, July 16th they drove to Nampa to Craig's Dad's home, Vic- Boll. Challis and Meagan were also able to come to visit and enjoy a great bar- beque; The next weekend, Craig and Ardis joined up with friends, Bill and Sandy Glexiner of Winnemucca, NV. The couples traveled together to Kennewick, WA. They enjoyed a won- derful concert that opened with Loverboy, then Pat Benatar and starred Journey at the Gorge Amphitheater. This past Thursday, Ardis and Craig celebrated Craig's birthday in Boise with Meagan and Chal. Robin Juica is grateful for the wonderful neighbors and friends in Indian Valley. Bob and Cindy George are sent a big thank you from her in helping her with the cattle this past week. Garden Corner I'm back! Many thanks to Glenda Castleberry for filling in while I was on vacation these past cou- ple weeks. I have been in Ketchikan and am pleased to say that I caught four sil- ver salmon, two small hali- buts, several rockfish, pots full of shrimp and crab, lost count of the number of pink salmon (some were used as crab or shrimp bait), threw back two king salmon (no king tag on my license), some small floun- ders, two red Irish lords and a really ugly fish called a Weymouth. Oh, and one sea cucumber. The fish- ing was slow according to the locals, but I don't care, I had great fun and the weather was fine. Years ago my folks took a summer trip to Europe. Dad was excited about it but reluctant to leave his garden when the corn would be ripe. I gave him a hard time about it then, but I totally get it now. I was anxious about leav- ing, too, but in fact I hardly thought about my garden at all while I was gone, proving that, with good friends and good planning, it is possible for a gardener to take a summer vaca- tion. I installed water tim- ers on the vegetable garden and several other spigots around the house. Kalyn Hochstrat kept an eye on the garden, Peg Tiedemann tended the chickens and Kara Boyle took care of the cats and everything else. It looks like the peas and artichokes have gone beyond the harvest point, Steve's Automotive & Towinfl Professional & Complete Auto Service Big City Selection All At One Location Thanks to all our great customers! Your business is appreciated. 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The problem with leaving the tree in the pot is that the roots start to grow in a circle, which can sort of choke the tree. When you do get it out of the pot you will need to prune those roots before planting. If the tree roots were balled in burlap they are probably already dried out unless you've been watering it daily, in which .case you have a chance of saving it. Leave it wrapped and bury it up to the graft in garden soil. when you put it in its permanent spot in early, fall, give it some root stimulator and water it deeply. Stop watering it when the nighttime tem- peratures get into the lower 20s. You can sometimes find great bargains on trees in late May and early June, but the mortality rate is high on trees planted after the soil temperature rises past a certain point. 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