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The Adams County Record Indian Valley & Mesa News Congratulations to John and Della Haberle who celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday. They spent a quiet day going on a drive to Hells Canyon and Halfway, OR, and then ate at their usual restaurant. They are very happy to have reached the "halfway" mark! Lanae Veselka had her good friends, Dale and Betty McKee and Chel Todd of Cambridge, come to visit on Sunday afternoon. She was tickled to see them and enjoyed the visit very much. Larry Boehm and Bey Galloway enjoyed The Cuddy Mountain Ramblers monthly meeting at Lakey's Caf6, Thursday. Friday was football in Weiser to watch grandson, Andrew Galloway. Bey was relieved to hear that Andrew was all right after receiving a hit that actually split his helmet in two! Saturday, Larry, Paul Riley and Ken and Micah Galloway were up on the mountain gathering in firewood. Bey made use of the time to stay home and catch up on some mending and enjoy staying warm. Sandy Coates reports that the Indian Valley Improvement held their first meeting of the season on Wednesday. She and Glen are still enjoying having daughter, Sara, home on leave. They took a day trip to McCall, taking Lila Coates with them. They also enjoyed a fishing trip on the Snake, however came home without fish, just good memories. Jill Doughton and Margaret Thomason enjoyed watching a swim meet on Saturday in Caldwell. Jill's best friend, Terry Lemmon, had her granddaughter competing in the meet. Afterward, they enjoyed lunch. At home, Jill is busy making "Idaho Red Neck Turtles" in her candy shop. Bill and Ruth Reeder Wednesday, October 10, 2012 Page 7 Rocks 2, ,vindshields 0 By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 enjoyed a shopping day, and lunch with Shirley and Louis Vandrell on Monday past. Thursday, Dave, Becca and Ethan came for dinner. Jim and Patty Shaw made a trip to Caldwell. They enjoyed having breakfast out with their good friend, Paul Freeman, and then were delighted to have Paul fix the door handle on their pickup. Tuesday, Judy Green attended her Cambridge book club held at the park, complete with a potluck picnic. On Saturday, she rode with friend, Laura Camp of Council, and several other members to a TOPS Rally held in Emmett. Judy enjoyed the day immensely. Sometimes catching up with Doris Baker is a hard thing to do. Doris continued to enjoy her visit with. Barbara and Alan Kightlinger and a visit to Judy VanKomen in McCall the week past. Robert Kightlinger came up over the last two weekends from Middleton to do some hunting. This past week, friends Delbert Ogle and Connie Hornyak both came to visit. Although I caught up with Doris, catching up with Mary Rininger is another story. I have heard reports of her driving up and down the road, as she has been busy getting Jenny settled at college, and she was sighted attending the Knit-Wit meeting on Friday. Ardis Boll was happy with the results of the blood drive held by her health students on Monday. The goal was fifty units and they collected' forty-seven useable units. Last week, Ardis attended a two- day health conference in Boise. She stayed with daughter, Meagan. Over the weekend, she and Meagan, sister Marcia Knapp from Twin Falls, niece, Keri Murray, and great nephew, Bobby, all met at sister, Riza Stetzel's, home in Emmett for a quilting weekend, sewing up many good memories together. Cyndi Bauer enjoyed helping as a greeter at the blood drive held in Cambridge on Monday. She was very proud of Josie who donated blood for her first time and gives her a big "Atta Girl" for not getting queasy while doing so. Hopefully Robin Juica won't have to go to round three, but her luck with windshields is at strike two! On Friday a truck driving by dislodged a rock shattering her new windshield! She did get to visit with nephew and niece, Yancy and Vanessa Palmer in Midvale at the coffee shop. Yancy is home on leave from Yuma, Arizona where he is stationed. Sunday, she and Celestino moved cows to the river pasture and enjoyed a visit from Robin's sister, Liz Stephens who came to pick some Italian Prunes. Columbus may be noted for discovering America, but he holds nothing compared to the holiday adventures that Janet Meyer, her sister, Leighann, and mother Libby, have each year. This year the girls traveled to Salt Lake City and surrounding areas to tour and discover many great sites. They toured Temple Square, Coldwater Creek, downtown malls and some Olympic venues up near Park City. But, the most infamous discoveries were Nordstrom's and IKEA. At IKEA, the funniest part was trying to find the exit door. Janet said she and Leighann discovered the secret. was to head to the outside wall of the store, look for the exit signs, keep walking, look for more signs and then beg for mercy from a store clerk! They did find their way out eventually and made a safe trip home arriving on Monday evening with lots of tales for Ron to hear and a car full to unpack. Cambridge Senior Chatter t me It's a special i of year I guess it's finally time to turn on the heat in the center. I'm sitting at my computer, and my fingers are stiff with cold. What is it about cold weather that makes us hungrier? I have been ravenous lately; my body must think its getting time to hibernate or something. Have you ever noticed that the types of foods you crave are different with the seasons of the year? This time of year, I like stews, chili con came, hearty soups and pot roasts: Foods that take a while to cook and fill the house with wonderful yummy smells; smells that make you anticipate the meal long before you actually sit down to eat. I think that's one of the reasons I love the fall season, not just for its beauty, but for the rich hearty foods that I associate with this time of year. Have you been noticing any changes in yourself?. By the time you read this our "Bring a friend to dinner" will be over and I hope we have made some new friends who will join us here at seniors. I don't know about you, but I'm always a little nervous about going to places for the first time. Even if I'm going with someone I know, it seems like that first step is always the worst, after that it's just a matter of showing up. If you haven't been to seniors yet, I invite you to try it out. Winter will soon be here and it helps to-beat the winter doldrums if you have someplace to go to visit with old friends and make new. ones. There are lots of activities to while away the afternoons, such as cards, board games and - Wii. I went to the new pool at Mundo Idaho with  Doctor of Dental Sumerv -" " ' 'q " . t A&-anced EducaUon m General Densl" Pos FulHiime Practice serving Council and Cambridge since 2002 by ]anice Vuich Cawyer -- 257-3358 Candy Clark this past Friday. It was wonderful! I'm hoping that we can get a group that would like to go out there once a week or more this fall and winter. 2he water was a lovely 100 degrees in the big pool and it was so relaxing. If you have arthritis, aches and pains.or sore joints, this is the place to be. The cost to get in for seniors is $5, but you can buy a month pass for $25 and go as often as you like. Right now I'm thinking Wednesday afternoons and maybe Friday's after exercise in the mornings. Let me know what you think and we will get well, that We served something going, around 40 people and all Our foot clinic will be were really happy with on Monday October 22 the meal. I'd like to make and appointments are special mention of the still available. Call me volunteers who worked here at the center (257- at the dinner; they were 3358) to reserve your Beth Bramble; Patty spot. Lori Hoxie will be Heldt, Glenda and Dan here on the 24th to take Castleberry, Marge and blood pressures, and Paul Radasch, Bill Noah, of course our exercise Sharon Jones, Charlie group meets each Caruso and also Laurel Monday, Wednesday and Sherman who cooked Friday morning at 9 am. the meal for us. A big I just spoke with "Thank You" goes out to Charlie Caruso about the all of you for your time October Trek Taco feed and efforts in making we put on for the bicycle this dinner a success. riders on the Weiser Until next time, I hope Trail this past Saturday. you are well and happy. 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