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Page 8 Indian Valley ! & Mesa News Wednesday, October 3, 2012 kids (and The Adams County Record s) come to visit By Lynn Leatherman- 739-5756 Congratulations to Judy Mott who celebrat- ed her retirement this past Friday. Judy's smile and caringnature has graced theCambridge branch of US Bank for the past twelve years and three months. While Cambridge will miss see- ing her on a daily basis, I'm sure that her husband, Orville, welcomes having her home. Her plans for starting her retirement are trying to keep up with Orville and spend some precious time visiting with their grandchildren. Catching up with Della Haberle isn't always easy, but thanks to e-mail I received this wonderfully whimsical message from her. "My cousin, Bobbi Jo Evans and hubby, Carl came from Yakima and spent two days this past week. We reminisced and caught up on the last twenty some years, since we had not been together since the mid 80's. What a wonderful time we had getting reconnected. If (/ you all thought that was all smoke in the air, now you can understand what it really was!" Sounds like they all had a wonderful time and I'm so glad Della was able to enjoy this spe- cial visit. Jill Doughton is very glad to have husband, Jack, home from his recent visit to Salem where he spent time with his father. Jill and mother, Margaret Thomason attended the memorial gathering for Kevin Cox in Council on Saturday. They were glad to spend time visiting with Kevin's mother, Wilma Watson. On the home front, Jill is busy in her shop, which she has reor- ganized and revamped in order to make more space for her chocolate busi- ness. She is busy gearing up for her first show of the season, which will be the Indian Valley Craft Show on the first Saturday of November. Don and Jackie Dowdy enjoyed a visit over the weekend from their grand- son, Adam Esselburn, his wife, Jessica, andgreat granddaughter, Kyla of Veneta, OR. The young family came to pick up a camp trailer that they had purchased from Don and Jackie, but lit- tle Kyla received the best item. During one Of her treasure hunting trips, Jackie had found a mechanical horse that Kyla just loved. Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway enjoyed attend- ing the retirement party for their friend, Judy Mot*, held at the Cambridge Bank branch. That eve- ning, they traveled down Tony and Wanda Morgensen enjoyed a visit from both of their daughters this past we&- end. Toni Lynn came from La Grande, OR and Marcia from Payette. Their grand- son, Vic Kelly, brought his two daughters, Samantha and Nicole from Boise to visit with their Grandma Marcia and of course to get some special hugs from their great grandpar- ents. Dave and Cathy Veselka enjoyed having several of the kids and grand- kids home for the week- end. Son, Harmon, and his two boys, Rylan to Payette to watch grand- and Jaxson, son, Andrew Galloway, Idaho Falls; play football for Fruitland High School. Sunday morning, they took a drive up to McCall where they enjoyed a nice dinner downtown. Glen and Sandy Coates spent the week enjoying a visit from their daughter, Sara Coates, who is now stationed at Oahu, Hawaii in the Coast Guard. came from Daughter, Jane; Georgia, her hus- band, Nell and their chil- dren; Noah and Maddie came from Rexberg; son, Charlie and his son, Tyree also from Rexberg and daughter, Sarah from Pocatello.They all came home to help work the cows and to help with the branding. Lanae Veselka greatly enjoyed having the grand- children and great grand- children around for the weekend and despite their time working cattle, enjoyed some great visits with all. Judy Green enjoyed some special moth- er and daughter time with daughter, Dezi, this pastweek. The two just enjoyed a quiet lunch and TV time together, but the important part was it was just them. On Saturday, Judy enjoyed going to bountiful baskets with Whitney Voermans in Midvale. That afternoon she and Beth Post took soup and rolls to enjoy a dinner and broadcast with fellow sisters from the Cambridge and Council church wards. Contrary to popu- lar belief this past week, Connie Hornyak does exist! She just spent a very busy week helping friends and filling in for others at work. Her dearest and old- est friend, Jackie Meyers, came from Emmett, ID for the weekend. The two spent hours talking, play- ing Skip be and soaking in the Jacuzzi while they watched the full moon rise. Sunday, they attended church, then it was back to finish playing cards and another great soak under the stars. Jackie left for home on Monday morn- ing. Craig Boll enjoyed being out in the woods during bow season for elk. His father, Vic Boll, is now up doing some hunting. Both Craig and Ardis enjoyed having Challis home for a bit before she left for a new job site down around Twin Falls. Robin Juica is very happy' to have husband, Celstino, back home again. She traveled to Weiser on Saturday Where she visited with brother, Super, and sister in law, Jo Stephens, for a while. Then it was on to Boise to the airport to pick up Celestino who was returning from his trip to Peru where he spent his vacation visiting his family. " old By Shirley Wilson are into October. First off a mistake was made about the senior bus that goes to Ontario on the first Thursday of each month. It leaves at 8:30 NOT 4:30. I know those who take Well here we go another the bus know what time week gone, and here weit leaves, but just in case it 6 or 8 games last night. The esting trying to figure out was not intended to throw big winner was sitting with that darn machine. But you off. Shirley, Ed and Darcie, and with the help of Ed, Don I went to Bingo last night they all won several games, and Doug we got 'dr done. and we had a small group, And poor Doug and Barb Now on to more serious but I can tell you we had didn't win anything. They stuff. October 10th will be fun. And I am going to ban take home the boobie prize, the foot clinic, and Nora that darn Don Mello from And I had the most fun. I will call tO remind you of your appointment time. October17 will be flu shots. Order your tramps at the Adam County Reeordl Next Bingo will be October 12th, with finger foods to snack on. Lorie Hoxie will Personal and Business stomps mode to be coming to take blood pressures on October 9th. , order, regular fi self inldng available, or r refurbish your old stomps. (I think.) Call or drop by and let us assist you. ................ CraftOctberFair, starting27 will atbe 9:00our new stomps delivered in as little as two AM. Lunch will be avail- days. able to purchase. Please call Edith and reserve your table. Large tables Fast, affordable quality are $10.00 and small ones coming anymore. He won was the caller It was inter- are $5.00. We will be mak- the place running, and we ing popcorn balls to sell, starting toward the end of October October 20th will be the free bus from McCall. It leaves the center at 9:30 a.m. Tuesdays are card days after lunch, and Wednesdays are exercise at 10:30. We need some peo- ple to come and participate. Our new cook is working hard and doing a good job. Come and try our good lunches. The cooks have asked if anyone out there has an over abundance of potatoes and/or onions; we would sure appreciate the donation. We sure appreci- ate all of the community who help support our cen- ter. It takes a village to keep have a great group of peo- ple in this town. There were about 10 of the ladies from Council who went to the Branding Iron on Thursday night for a birthday party for Patty Hasselstrom. A good time was had by all. And that silly guy tried to join us because he thinks he is a RED HAT Lady. Does any- one know who that guy is? He sure made us laugh. We have a cousin who is get- ring married on October 1, and I was thinking maybe I would get together with Aunt Phyllis and have a Birds and Bees talk just in case she has forgotten. You know as we age we do for- get things. Like you, I love living ha this area. HaVing a full- time dental practice with locations in Council and Cambridge means it's convenient to see the dentist on any weekday right where you De because I live here too" Q i)~x:tor of Dental Surgery Advanced Educatkm m (]cneral I)ensitrv Post Doctorate Residency Q Adjunct Facult3, at Idaho State Universit3, AEG Dental Residency t Licettsed in I.X< / Oral S&tadon Full/Fine Practice sen'hag Council and Cambridge since 2002 . Monte R. Eppich D.D.' 2194 Hwy 95, Council 208-253-3614 Perfection is our Goal Lube, Oil, Filter + on most cars (up to 5 qts.)