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Page 8 Wednesday, August 22, 2012 The Adams County Record indian Valley & Mesa News S. By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 Connie Hornyak and Tammy Evans enjoyed a great trip this past week. The two traveled first to Las Vegas where they spent four wonderful days. They enjoyed lots with daughters, Sarah and Carrie. While Dave and Cathy were away, Lanae enjoyed having her grandson, Harmon, and his family come to watch the ranch when friends of Larry's came to help haul away branches. On Wednesday, Larry and Bev joined with good friends, Lloyd and Helen Brown, of Council to head north to The of sight seeing and fun, from Idaho Falls. She Wilderness Campground. which included the Grand Canyon Skywalk Glass Bridge and a wonderful birthday dinner and show for Connie at the Knights of the Round Table. They also toured some Indian sights and enjoyed lots of varieties of food. They then headed on to Kanab, Twin Falls. They joined enjoyed great visits with -hey had a wonderful Harmon, Tanya and time visiting with many the great grandchildren of their camping friends during the week. and dancing their nights Doris Baker enjoyed away. visits this week from As they drove home on her granddaughter, Saturday, they stopped Danielle Briscoe and in Riggins to visit with her friend, Drew from their good friend, Inez Howland. While and returned on Tuesday, but they were able to accomplish their goal of stocking up on new merchandise for their businesses and a few other fun items also. At home, Jill stayed busy doing her "fun" canning making her famous red cinnamon pickles and rhubarb cordial. She has only about five more weeks of fun time in her kitchen before she disappears to her shop to start her candy making for the holiday season. New Meadows. Along Miguel, and their with Roger Hensley, the daughter, Nielle, on entire family enjoyed a Friday. Craig, Hayden barbeque on Saturday and Craig's Dad, Vic afternoon and a late Boll, enjoyed a three- afternoon birthday day camping trip in the party for Darian. Sunday Owyhee's. Ardis stayed morning, the boys gothome and enjoyed up and headed out to having her sisters, Risa cut a couple of loadsand Marsha, over for a of firewood for Bill and quilting weekend. Challis Ruth, making it home is now on a second in time though to enjoy job workinganother another afternoon archaeologicaldig in barbeque. Washington. Meagan Jim and Patty Shaw traveled up toMoscow enjoyed a nice meal out to give a presentation on at The Mountain Caf6 her research studies from Utah for a Woodruff family reunion. They spent two days there enjoying touring the movie filming areas and a hay wagon ride through town. It was fun to visit three different states, but even better to return home. with Mark and Lena for a wonderful dinner at The Branding Iron in Council on Saturday. On Sunday, grandson, Austin Van Komen of Meridian came to enjoy a nice long visit with her. Also, from the week past, I forgot to mention that while D ave Veselka enjoyed a nice trip to Bear Lake for the Bee family reunion. Son, Charlie, and his family and daughter, Jane, and her family joined in the fun. They spent one night and Cathy in Twin Falls, Doris enjoyed visiting with another granddaughter, Dixie Snow and her great grandson, Cooper. Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway had a day of yard clean up on Sunday there, Inez's daughter, Bill and Ruth Reeder in Council on Friday.this summer. Hayden is Sevada, called from the enjoyed a nice luncheon Sunday, it was potluck at happily back at school Netherlands, so they with daughter, Shirley church before headingand ready for a new enjoyed a special treat of Vandrell and her husband, home to relax for the day. semester at the U of I in getting to speak with her. Louie, in Ontario on Robin Juica is Moscow. Wanna Belle Coriell Wednesday, along withadjusting to being back Ron and Janet Meyer had a surprise visit some shopping. Fridayat work after her summer enjoyed attending the from her sister, Nancy evening, Jess, Tyler and vacation. She is thankful Council Mountain Music Hummer of Kuna, on Tristan Hensley came for son, Chad, and her Festival on both Friday Monday. The two enjoyed down from Moscow to special neighbor friends and Saturday. Janet says lunching out and visiting spend the weekend. Tony for their help in getting the music was wonderful, the afternoon away. and Yvette Hensley and her cattle moved backand it was a treat to take Jill Doughton and Judy their three little ones home. your chair and sit back Congrove enjoyed a trip arrived from Wyoming Craig and Ardis Boll under the trees and enjoy to Las Vegas to attend on Saturday. Dave andenjoyed a visit from the sounds astheyfloated a merchandising market Ethan Crosby came Craig's sister, Shannon through the summer air. It was a whirlwind trip from Cambridge, and Gauss, her niece, Sarah as they left on Sunday Bob Luglan came from Jimenez and husband, FROM THE TREE be an indication that CARE INDUSTRY a tree isn't vigorous ASSOCIATION enough to withstand In many parts of insects and disease North America, people organisms that may will soon enjoy oneof attack it, not to mention nature's finest shows the usual changes fall foliage. Color-that occur when the changing leaves make for weather turns coldf a beautiful display, but says Tchukki Andersen, early changes in leaf- and staff arborist color can be a sign that with the Tree Care your tree is stressed and Industry Association. is susceptible to insect "Occasionally, only one and disease attack, or two limbs of the tree If the leaves on your will show premature fall trees seem to have color. This could be a gotten a jump-start on sign of a disease at work, fall compared with those weakening only the on similar trees in the infected limbsY area, you might want to The more common consult a professional situation is for the arborist who can identify entire tree to exhibit any problems and offer premature fall coloration, possible solutions, a phenomenon usually "Premature colors can linked to root-related "Like you, I love living in this area. Haxdng a full- time dental practice with locations in Council and Cambridge means convenient to see the, dentist on any weekday right where you live because I live here too." 1 Doctor of Dent~. Surgery Advanced Education m General Densitry Post Doctorate Residency Adjunct F'aculw at Idaho State Universit3* AEG Dental Residency Licettsed in I. ,: / Oral Sedation Full'Fime Practice servhag Council and Cambridge since 2002 Monte R. Eppich D.DA stress. "Trees respond to these stresses by trying to curtail their above- ground growth;' adds; Andersen. Leaves can be thought of as small factories containing raw materials, products and by-products, all in chemical form and some with color. As the leaf is "abandoned" by the tree, the green chlorophyll - the dominant chemical found in most leaves - is broken down and "recycled," leaving behind other-colored chemicals. Supply lines to the leaves also become clogged. If the major chemical remaining in the abandoned leaf is red, the leaf turns red. If it's yellow, the leaf turns yellow, and so on. "The yearly variation in color intensity is due to varying weather conditions, which can affect the balance of chemicals and their composition in the leaves," Andersen says. Differing amounts of rainfall, sunlight, temperature, humidity and other factors may have an effect on how bright, how quickly and how long the "leaf- peeping" season will be in any given year. Find a professional A -professional arborist can assess your landscape and work with you to determine the best course of action. Contact the Tree Care Industry Association (TCIA), a public and professional resource on trees and arboriculture since 1938. It has more than 2,000 member companies who recognize stringent safety and performance standards and who are required to carry liability insurance. TCIA has the nation's only Accreditation program that helps consumers find tree care companies that have been inspected and accredited based on: adherence to industry standards for quality and safety; maintenance of trained, professional staff; and dedication to ethics and quality in business practices. An easy way to find a tree care service provider in your area is to use the "Locate Your Local TCIA Member Companies" program. You can use this service bycalling 1-800-733-2622 or by doing a ZIP Code search at www.treecaretips.org.