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Page 6 Indian Valley & Mesa News Wednesday, December 12, 2012 .ays at The Adams County Record By Lynn Leatherman -- 739.5756 Wishes for contin- ued healing go out to Bev Galloway who had surgery on Wednesday to remove a cataract: Although she will be checking in with Dr. Iwassa in Ontario for the next few weeks, she feels the surgery was a success. on Thursday, Bev, along tic performances of angelic music they heard. It's hard to catch up with L0ren and Bridgett Brest, but persistence on my part won out. Bridgett told me of their horrifying news they received at Thanksgiving time when they received word that their son, Matt with Larry B0ehm, attend- and his beautiful wife ed the Cuddy Mountain were involved in an awfttl Ramblers Christmas party car crash in Phoenix, AZ. held at Lakey's Car6. They The couple was hit from enjoyed a nice meal, gift behind by a drunk driver, exchange and holiday visit- totaling their vehicle. It was ing with their friends. That evening they attended the Christmas concert held at cambridge High School, another outing they enjoyed immensely. Friday it was off to Payette to watch grand- sons, Micah and Andrew Galloway,; play basketball. Sunday,. they attended the Upper Country Singers Christmas Concert at the exhibit hall in Cambridge. They try to make this their annual Christmas tradition, and as always, they weren't disappointed by the fantas- a Thanksgiving miracle that the couple walked away from the accident with only bumps and bruises. It truly made them all feel the miracle of Thanksgiving blessings. On to December, Bridgett is busy putting up Christmas decorations and the couple is busy with their annual music programs. Loren plays with the Tuba Christmas, and has performed at Karcher Mall in Nampa and this past Sunday at Wal-Mart in Ontario. They both performed at the Treasure Valley Community College playing the trombone and tuba. Bridgett is working with The Community Choir in Council as they prepare their choir for an upcoming presentation at Council's Community Church the week before Christmas. Jim and Lavonne Conner enjoyed having pizza time with their good friends, Rocky and Darlene Spady this past week. On Saturday, Lavonne turned the big 70 (although if anyone looks at her you would think she was fibbing, as she looks and acts at least twenty years younger!) She and Jim celebrated by having a fabulous late luncheon at Mackey's Restaurant in Ontario. Sending off birthday wishes to Lavonne for a wonderful New Year filled with many blessings. Another birthday out there this past week, was that of Mathew Ball who turned twenty years old on Friday, December 7th. It must have been the week for birthdays in Mesa! Happy Birthday Mathew, and wishes that the coming year brings many happy surprises for you are sent your way. Jill Doughton is feeling very blessed as her craft fair season comes to an end for the year. She had a great season, full of fun and friends, selling her mouth- watering candies. Even with the fairs over, she is still quite busy filling: and delivering orders for her many customers. Another person who is hard to find popped up in Ontario this past Wednesday. My neighbor, Dave Mink, was actually seen out and about doing some holiday shopping by this reporter! (Funny, it seems the only time I do find him is in a store at this filled shopping experience in Boise. They hit the big stores to find what they had to, but then they took time to enjoy the smaller craft stores. At home, Wanda is happy to announce that she has finally gotten her tree Ul> and decorated. Get well wishes go out to Jim Shaw who somehow strained some back muscles towards the weekend. He spent the weekend taking it easy, which meant that he and Patty had to miss their favorite holiday program, that of The Upper Country Singers in Cambridge. We hope you feet better very soon. Judy Green had a fun time with several of her new friends this past week. She joined them for a delicious breakfast at a Cracker Barrel Restaurant where the gifts exchanged time of year.) crafting ideas. Judy made Wanda Morgensen joinedthem each a scrubby, withdaughter, Marsha, along with sharing the over the weekend, and pattern. Afterward, it was a the two girls had a fun- shopping trip to Wal-Mart and then to the Tuesday Morning Store in Tucson, which is a discount store that carries just about everything, according to Judy. Travel safely wishes are sent your way as you start your journey home soon. You are missed by many. Mary Rininger is very happy to hear that granddaughter, Jenny, really likes her college courses this semester. Jenny changed her major to Criminal Justice and feels that she has truly found her niche. Great job, Jenny. Ardis Boll was excited on Monday evening, as daughter Challis was on her way to spend the night at home before she heads off to a "new dig" for her job in Nevada. Next, it will be Hayden coming home for the holidays. As always, it's a busy time of the year for the Bolls with Christmas potlucks and gift exchanges for work and other clubs. Bear Facts By Tina Warner- 258-4471 It's Monday morning and looks like we are enjoying 3 or 4 inches of snow. It start- ed snowing Saturday eve- ning while all of the citizens of Bear were enjoying a get- together at the schoolhouse. Must have been thirty or so that gathered Saturday afternoon to share food, games and lots of visiting. We blame it on Ben Warner for getting it started, and perhaps he is the one who set up the Christmas tree. Many of those visitors from Council had attended school there. And all who joined us were more than welcome. Dan McGahey returned from his week in California and took the grandsons to Ontario to meet their dad who took them home. They may have been playing hooky at Bear, but daimed that they had their books with them. Santa showed up at the Joe Warner home Sunday afternoon where he passed Out gifts to Oscar and Eva Warner and Ben and Davis Hughes. Santa's driver, Jeff Holmes took Santa up the road to the home of D.R. and Teddy Bledsoe and their three little boys. It was a surprise to all to see Santa passing out gifts gnd visiting with the little people. Sauni McGahey is still having health problems. The doctor she sees is in Boise, and she has an appointment to see him next week. Hopefully he can do something for her. Deb Davis and Dennis Edwards sent a message that they are on theft way to Maul for the winter, as they do each winter, and will see us in the spring. They have just returned from visilkag friends and family in Portland but make their home in Boise where they live during the summer. Silver & Gold t By Shirley Wilson Not much new this week. Been real sick and haven't been out of the house. I haven't been to the Senior Center for almost 2 weeks. And I will miss again this Tuesday. By way of what is going on: board meeting on the 12th, but by the time you read this it will have already happened. This coming Saturday will be the free bus from McCall that takes you to Ontario. It leaves the Center at 9:30 AM. Just a reminder, our Christmas dinner will be Wed. thel9th, andwe will be dosed the Tuesday and Wednesday of Christmas week. Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Sarah Diggs is not well these days and I wish her the very best and get better real soon. I wish there was something I could do to make things easier on her and Jack. My prayers are with you at this time. it is almost the end of It is party time around 2012. Where has this year Council. The American gone? They keep going Legion dinner is faster and faster. It is one tomorrow, and Thursdaya.m. and my babies are is Christmas dinner and ready for me to go to bed. a visit from Santa at the So until next time, so long, LDS church. I can't believe its been good to know ya! Family Owned AFFORDAI FULL 8am Monday thru day i~iiii!iiiiiiiii!ii!!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iiii!!!i!i~ii Dimensional lumber available 2x8, 2xl 0, Douglas Fir. trim 99 Pulls, Best Bulk series of nails & s by the lb. ABS & PVC fittings Door Custom pre-hung, bifolds bipass, wood Western Window Pharmacy Technician Inside Adams County Health Center 205 N. Berkley, Council 208-253-4957 Monday - Thursday 9am to 6pm Friday 9am to 5pro Closed for lunch fro