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m Page 4 The Valley Falls Vindicator July 11,2013 ml l IVl Georgie Stebbins Card shower requested for Stebbins on 85th Georgie Stebbins will celebrate her 85th birthday July 12. She gradu- ated from Oskaloosa High School and moved to Perry in 1946 when she married M. L. "Bood" Stebbins. They were married 61 years and together they operated Stebbins Auction Ser- vice for 54 years. Her hobbies include working in her flower beds, feeding and watching the birds, and caring for her many houseplants including 15 orchids. Several years ago she started raising African violets and in 2010 began hybridizing them to create her own varieties. Her collection now includes over 400 violets. Georgie has a daughter and son- in-law, Treva and Chet Bunce, and a grandson, C. J., all of Perry. Family and friends can help her celebrate by sending a card to 2224 Ferguson Road, Perry, Kan., 66073. I Country ClipperI Commercial Zero Turn Mid Mount Mowers ~o Hcinen Repair Service, Inc. 785-945-6711 Hair Facial Waxing ~dicures Manicures CND Sheilac ManicUres Call Lorena for appointment 785-945-3366 785-640-5750 [W / Buy o, I o, tomato any I I get one free! [ pepper plants I / ) and onion sets! I / Hig hway l~aS!_r~e~ ~1 / Valley Falls, 785-945-3642 ~1 Bolz spends holiday weekend with family Leota "Dodie" Bolz, Valley Falls, spent the July 4 weekend with family and friends. She reports the follow- ing: A family reunion was held July 7 at the home of Leota's son and daughter-in-law, Tim and Marian Bolz, north of Topeka, which was at- tended by 63 members. On July 4, Leota and her daughter- in-law, Marian Bolz, Topeka, attended a concert at the Episcopal Church in Topeka where Anna McCoy, grand- daughter and daughter, respectively, sang with the choir. "Hoot" and Helen Gibson of Rapid City, S.D., visited and stayed with her sister, Leota, over the weekend. Leota's sisters, Anita Grahem, Meriden, and Arlene Gier, Valley Falls, visited her Monday. They had dinner and played cards during the afternoon. Reception to honor Ford on 90th birthday Daryl M. Ford, Valley Falls, will be honored with a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 20, at the Kendall State Bank, 406 Broadway Street, to mark his 90th birthday. All are welcome. He requests no gifts. [ Cards of Thanks ] CARD OF THANKS Kudos to JCN's Class of'73 for being host to a reunion open to all alumni. Keeping in touch is now called networking. -- Karen Strickler 46-04-1tp VALLEY ...... 785-554-9097 or 945-6248 ~I ii ~ilil~ 5 generations A five-generation picture was taken recently following the birth of Noah Brantlee Amack April 4, 2013. In front is great-great-grandfather Richard Cornelison and the mother, Destini Brown. Standing are great-grandmother Debbie Miller, Meriden, and grandmother Wendy Boyd. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 11 ounces and was 21 3/4 inches long. Bizarre accident by Marveta Davis Laverne Fowler, Nortonville corre- spondent for the Oskaloosa Indepen- dent, reported that the minister of her church and his wife were involved in a bizarre incident at 11:40 a.m. Mon- day in Topeka in which both received Is that really me at Come join David's family in wishing him a happy 60th birthday this Friday, July 12, at their home 8998 US Hwy 59, Oskaloosa. BBQ, beans, and birthday cake start at 6:30 p.m. The band starts at 8 p.m. No gifts please but cards and memories are wel- come! 46-04-1t We're just a click away if you need us while on summer vacation: DSB Mobile Banking: use our mobile app, mobile browser, or texting. Mobile Deposit: wherever you are, deposit your check on your phone. 46-1tc VISA Debit Card: accepted worldwide for purchases and ATMs. Pre-arranged Transfers: schedule your loan payment transfer in advance. Call or email us: Toll-free 1-800-633-2423 * Open 24/7 In Holton, Hoyt, Meriden and Topeka 1-800-633-2423 leaves !iiiiiiii!i !!iiiiiiii Photo by Clarke Davis Tootsie Roll charity aids Homestead Donations from the Valley Falls Knights of Columbus annual Tootsie Roll drive were given to the Bittersweet Homestead north of Valley Falls on Chautauqua Road in Atchison County last week. Kandi Smith, program director, was handed a check for $1,000 from David Abramovitz, chairman of the fundraiser. The Homestead provides training and employment in an outdoor rural setting for adults with developmental disabilities. Present for the check presentation are Homestead clients, from left, Derek Jennings, Eric Elias, Steven Johnston, Abramovitz, Smith, Nell Parker, and Marvin Roberts, support staff. Abramovitz credited the generosity of the community for making the annual contribution possible. Of the total collected, $200 went to the Kansas State Council of the Knights to help support the Special Olympics basketball tournament held at Hays every March and the rest went to Homestead.The money equaled last year's all-time high mark for the Knights. tWO with minor injuries minor injuries, few minor cuts. The Rev. Merle Pope, minister of Apparently the driver acciden- the Cummings Christian Church, tally hit the gas peddle instead of the and his wife, Karen, were shopping brake. A 7-year-old child was also in for a mattress at Mattress City. They the store. were heading to the front of the store The Popes live in Kansas City but when a mini-van crashed through are moving soon to the church parson- the front window. Karen was struck age in Cummings. by the van and pushed backwards. "Who would have guessed that A mattress propelled by the van shopping for a mattress could get one knocked Pope backward, hurt?" the minister said in an email Karen's foot was bruised and to Fowler later that afternoon. swollen and she had minor scrapes. "No doubt it will be on the news," X-rays showed no break. Merle has a he said. Benefit for Mark and Suzanne Gordon Saturday, July 13 4to8 p.m. St. Aloysius Catholic Church ~ Meriden This benefit is to help the couple with medical expenses. Contact Ty Buschbom or Mary Naumann 785-817-5257 or 785-220-7580 46-1if P-4-Hour TOTAl, Roadside .... All are eAcome!, Assistsn8 A -~rvl~-A Goosenok and Freewill offering. ..... . RV Hitches Ozawki.'e United 785-945-3554 Fax 785-945-4246 1401 K-4 Hwy. ii! Vall~ Fallsi KS 66088 Methodmt Church, I 106 Goldenrod. Ozawkie Meriden Cmmunity Church-- t invites all children ages 4-12 years to join us for IIVacatin ] ibleSchooljul9 !, to I I to p.m. Pharmacy 200 Dawson St. Meriden 785-484-2155 Learn living by God's laws with the 19-ffc KIDS'TEN COMMANDMENT5 45-2tc 785-484-DRUG (3784) Congratulations to our June Prize Winners/ Hazel Winter won a $25 gift certificate Michael Rodecap won a child's lawn chair Robert Austin won an adult lawn chair Olen Reed won a hammock Fill your prescriptions at Meriden Pharmacy in July and be entered for the next prize drawing July 31! Come by and say Hello/Thanks for your support Rhonda Froelich Allied Insurance a Nationwide company On Your Side" ....................... Insurance Mark & Nina Jepson 307 Sycamore ST Valley Falls, KS 66088 785-945-6211 "See Us For Your Insurance Needs." ji!iii I ena abrad I A I II I i li II ! ~h0stahighschobl i II ! I i =chang student (girl or I I1 II I hoy) rom ra ,Germa ! I I l l l__ I Scandinavia, Spain, I I I I , Australia, Japan, Bra~'., Italy ~ ! Victoria from Australia, 17yrs. or other countries. Smile Giorgio from Italy, 16yrs. En oys spending time with her paren, ts, as. well as cou.pMes Loves to _play_ baseball and s~nd_ family and younger siblings, with or without children, time with his dogs. Giorgio also Victoria plays volleyball and is may host. Contact us ASAP plays lhe guitar, and his dream excited to learn new sports for more information or to is to join a drama dub at his while in America. select your student. American high school. Stephanie XX&ishaar at 316-734-5048 '7 Amy at 1-800-736-1, 60 Cro , hoa. xom or m il i,ffo@= .com H/osse Founded in 1976 ASSE International Student Exchange Program is a Public Benefit, Non-Profit Organization. For privacy reasons, photos above are not photos of actual students 46-3tp 46-04-1tc