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Page 6 Wednesday, December 5, 2012 The Adams County Record r Indian Valley "! & Mesa News More amazing thart modern medicine By Lynn Leatherman -- 739-5756 Another moment of Thanksgiving was the great time that Larry Boehm and Bev Galloway had visiting with Larry's sister, Myrna Richards, when they were at the home of John Boehm in Eagle. For this past week, the couple enjoyed two trips to Payette, on Tuesday and Saturday, to watch grandsons Micah and Andrew Galloway play basketball. Micah plays on the Frosh/Sophomore team and Andrew on Varsity team for Payette High School. In between the games, Bev made another trip below for a pre-surgery visit to her Ophthalmologist as she readies herseff for a second eye surgery this coming week to remove another cataract. Wishes for another successful sur- gery are sent your way, Bey. Lavonne Conner is very happy to have gotten her release from her doctor after recently having a surgical repair done. While she was amazed with the wonders of modern medicine and the ease they can perform surgery in today's world, she was even more amazed to discover that after twenty years of marriage, husband Jim has great hidden talents as a great cook and housekeeper! She is very thankful for the excellent care he gave her while she recovered these past couple of weeks. She even felt spunky enough to get her Christmas decorating completed already. Jim is also thankful as he recently received back the test results from his VA doctor and all of his testing came back looking great this time. Jim is proof positive that if you actually follow the correct diet and eat the right things for diabetes, yo u will find the key for lowering your blood sugars. Good job, Jim! Della Haberle and Jackie Dowdy attended the craft fair in Council on Saturday. That evening, Della and John attended the Christmas parade and then enjoyed the chili supper at the Council Senior Center. Bub Mott is holding down the fort while wife, Judy is taking a short vacation in Las Vegas. Judy flew there to meet up with her mother and two sisters who came from Canada. Last report is the girls are having a wonderful reunion, although Judy. didn't enjoy the bumpy trip in the wind on the way there. Hopefully her flight home will be a bit smoothen Happy Birthday wishes to Jim Shaw who celebrated his birthday on Monday. He enjoyed a quiet day at home with Patty, with a special cake Patty made for him. This coming week they are planning to celebrate by having lunch out with friends in CaldweU. Jim is thankful for his family and friends and enjoyed phone calls of good wishes. He also enjoyed the beautiful sunshine Mother Nature provided for his special day. Dave and Cathy Veselka, along with Lanae and friends, Ezma Pearson and Sharon Jones of Cambridge, traveled to Vale on Thursday for the funeral services for their friend, Merle Cook McKee Watson. Tom and Judy Green are enjoying spending time with their daughter, Janel, in Arizona. Catching up with them in the land of sunshine is harder to do, but they had some thankful moments also. First, for having children who will stay and hold down the fort while they took time away is wonderful. They enjoyed a different Thanksgiving meal, having a smoked chicken instead of turkey. Judy made a delicious lemon meringue cheesecake to complete the wonderful meal. Tom and Judy are enjoying hour-long walks in the morning. Judy has spent time with two of Janel's friends this past week, learning some new craft talents. She learned some about appliqu6ing on Friday, and decorated a new sweatshirt for herself. After church on Sunday, she joined several others and made bracelets that are sold to assist a charity for animal shelters. Don and Joan Lakey are enjoying having grandson, Michael Harvey, assist grandpa with getting power out to Dons shop. Joan was thankful that even though not 100 percent yet, her ankle does her allow her to drive, and she was able to get out and make the parts run to Weiser for them. Mary and Jenny Rininger enjoyed a very nice Thanksgiving at the Tom Rininger home. Tom and Janet also enjoyed having daughter, Heather, home for the holiday. Along with the holiday, they also celebrated Heather's birthday. Another Happy Birthday goes out Ron Meyer who once again celebrated turning "39 and holding" this year. Ron Celebrated his day with a visit home from son, Charlie, and a delicious boysenberry pie made by Janet. Saturday,. Janet enjoyed all of the children who came and participated at the US Bank craft booth. They had" caramel chocolate dipped marshmallows for their craft, and all the kids had a totally delicious time. As we spoke on Monday evening, Janet was finishing up batches number four and five of her cookie baking, this time a cherry almond biscotti and some jam tarts. Decorating has started, although Janet only has one of her usual many trees UP and decorated so far. Cambridge Principal Notes Do you remember learn- ing your letters when you were in kindergarten or first grade? I dc. We were given worksheets that had pictures of differ- ent objects on them. We were to circle the objects that started with a particu- lar letter. Sometimes, my life experiences didn't allow me to select the correct answer because I may not have known that a sofa was the same thing as a couch when I was learning my "s's. Wouldn't it have been great to be able to take pictures of objects that began with a particular letter to show that I knew the letters? Our kindergarten students did exactly that last week with their iPads. Students were asked to take pictures of items that began with "g" as in granny or goose. One student took a picture "G" is for ... By Angie Lakey-Campbell of a box. Wait a minute! would have a girls' team JV boys' and varsity girls' Box doesn't begin with g. this year. However, we game. Correct. However, it was a have since learned that Our floral department green box, and green does. they once again do not has begun creating The pictures were compiled have enough gids to play. decorations for the to show many items that Our schedule has our girls Christmas season. If you're began with g as in granny traveling to Riggins on interested in a wreath and goose. The students Friday foragamebeginning or table setting for your will continue compiling at 6:00. That game won't be home or office, please letter books for remaining played. Our girls and boys look for flyers around letters, will host Meadows Valley town or contact our floral When the basketball on Saturday beginning department at 257-3311 season first began, we at 3:30. We will play one extension 118. thought that Salmon River half of a JV girls' game, a As a reminder, our semester is quickly coming to a close. We have less than three weeks remaining. If your child is behind, please encourage him or her to request help from the appropriate teacher(s). Teachers will be available to students on December 7 and 14 from 8:00 until noon. They are also available before or after school by appointment. - Burial Services . ere-phnning Optiom - Cremation Services - Monuments 221 E. Court 8t Weiser, ID 83672 (208) 414-1234 wscw, Lienkaemper.Thomaaon.com Mud and Rocks,:lose Highway 95 BY DALE FISK Highway 95 was closed for several hours on Sunday because of a mudslide about half way between New Meadows and Riggins. Recent rains had saturated the steep mountainside above the highway just south of came down the hill from the west side of the highway in a slurry of mud and water. An ITD snowplow truck operator tried to push the mess out of the highway, but about got stuck. On top of that, he looked up and saw that the hillside was had no place to turn around sat and waited in a long line while heavy equipment was sent for. Some smaller southbound vehicles turned around and spent time in Riggins to wait out the blockage. About 1:00 PM one lane completely blocked the highway again. ITD said there were no injuries from the slide, but "there was hearsay that some vehicles ran over some of the rocks in the road and sustained damage." By Monday morning ITD had one lane open, Fall Creek (about mile still moving, and decided was briefly opened and and they hoped to have HSK marker 178)causing the he had better get out pilot cars led long lines repairs to the broken slide at about 10:00 AM. while he could, of vehicles throug.h to asphalt done on Tuesday. COMPI]TERS7. A couple of pine trees Dozens of trucks that relieve the backup of ITD officials said it had traffic on each side of the been "four to five years slide. This was repeated since there have been  every 20 minutes or so any [similar] problems" Complete systems, e and used -.. i,' until both lanes were on that stretch of the finally cleared and highway. Specializing in laptop repair and serxfiee 00---0000lrrigation!00:! opened about 5:00 PM. Last minute update: [.---- i/,,',-'- "lnallatJ  & Serce Here we go again Tuesday, 2:00 PM - a IptopLCDand Moflwrboard replacement Ej 13- ,'__l___ s_ ...... , About 10:30 that rock, too big to move Networking wireless and eonventional [ j[ llqt(l "nmlrs & Falr.ation I night, just ten miles by hand, has just been [ i 4a1[ lat Stm "pump & br  toward Riggins from the reported in Highway 55 Virus and spyware removal, data recovery [5)1 weiser ". pump sale, & mudslide (milepost 188), on Goose Creek Grade. auld&rt) natatanlatSena:e a rockscame tumbling We can expect more of  down the hillside and this. Larry Fisk 08-o3-6073 lnfisk@eteweb.net