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Aberdeen Times February 6, 2019 Obituaries Viola Irene Anderson Viola Irene (Vergin) Anderson of Aber- deen, ID, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019 at the Power County Skilled Nursing Facility at the age of 92: Viola was born in Ord, NE, on Sept. 10, 1926, to Elmer and Olga (Plejdrup) Vergin, and she was raised on the family farm with her sister Verna. She graduated from the Ord High School in1945. On 1,1946 married chie E. Oct. Viola Ar- An- derson at St. Paul, NE. Ar- chie and Vio- la began their life together farming in the Nebraska sandhills and then moved to Idaho in 1957 where they continued farming until retirement in 1976. Mom loved being out- doors and worked hard on the farm milk- ing cows, raising chickens and selling eggs. Over the years Morn enjoyed going to yard sales, collecting postcards and chicken memorabilia until her health declined. She had a big heart and wanted everyone to be treated the same. Her greatest joy was her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Viola is survived by: her sister, Vema Zabloudil, (Loup City, NE); sister-in-law, Fern Anderson, (Pocatello, ID); children, Raymond Dean Anderson (Aberdeen, ID) and Norma (Richard) Hartley, (American Falls, ID); three grandchildren, Heather Roy and son (Port 4 Charlotte, FL); son Lynn (Jolene) Hart- ley and fam- ily (Ameri- can Falls, ID); and son Michael Hart- ley (Amber) and daugh- ter (Cherry Spring, TX). She was preceded in death by her husband, Archie, and son, Robert. Services were held Tuesday, Feb. 5, at Davis-Rose Mortuary in American Falls, ID, with a viewing at 1 p.m. and the funeral service beginning at 2 p.m. Interment was after the funeral service at the Aberdeen Cemetery. Condolences may be shared at www.davisrosemortuary.com. The Aberdeen Times wishes the best to our readers on their special days each year. If there are any changes that need to be made or to have your name or your family's names added to the list, contact The Aberdeen Times at 208-397-4440 or email to: times l @dcdi.net. Happy Birthday Feb. 10 Feb. 6 Emie Medellin Kyle Wayne Korrell Feb. 11 Stacy Terry Byron Brainard Feb. 7 Nicole Shackelford Brenda Palmer Shirley Merrill David Sorensen Paxton Pratt Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Justin Kendall Zachary Monahan Michelle Junod Feb. 13 Dexton Wallace Christine Palmer Jayden Simonson Keegan Robb Feb. 9 Happy Anniversary Adam Blaker Feb. 6 Amanda Weekes Jay and Shirley Beck Christina George Feb. 7 Danny Mann Jeff and Makenzie Pratt Duane Barclay Feb. 9 Kristi Copeland Kasyn and Alesia Vollmer Feb. 10 Paul and Janette Whyte SENIOR MENU Lunches at the AberdeenSCHOOL Senior Citizen Center are open to the public, regard- LUNCH MENU less of age. Wednesday, Feb. 6 Lunch is also available Soft shell taco, refried Monday through Friday. beans, corn, pears, milk Serving corn dogs, cheese- Thursday, Feb. 7 burgers, chicken sand- Deli sandwich, carrot wiches, finger steaks, fish sticks, celery sticks, Sun sandwiches, chicken strips, Chips, mandarin oranges, popcorn shrimp, fries and milk chef salad. Friday, Feb. 8 Also fresh baked cinnamon Pepperoni pizza, mixed rolls for only $1. vegetables, pineapple Call 208-397-4349. chunks, graham crackers, Menu is subject to change, milk Friday, Feb. 8 Monday, Feb. 11 Mini chef salads, soup, Hot dog, Sun Chips, broc- crackers, dessert, seasonal c01i, applesauce, milk fruit, milk Tuesday, Feb. 12 Tuesday, Feb. 12 Chicken nuggets, mashed Chicken fried steak, green potatoes, rolls, carrots, beans, whole wheat bread, peaches, milk mashed potatoes and Wednesday, Feb. 13 gravy, dessert, fruit, milk Cheese and bean burrito, Cost of meals: Spanish rice, Mexicali Suggested donation corn, pears, chocolate chip 60 and over, $5 cookies, milk Under 60, $6 Junior Miss Hopefuls Pictured below are previous top finishers in the Power County Junior Miss Hopeful pro- gram. They include (not in order): Baby Junior Miss Hopeful Adalie Tapia; Tiny JMH Grace Sandoval; Mini JMH Saibrey Carr; Little JMH Ashtyn Wallace; Young JMH Ella Whitworth; Pre-teen JMH Zoey Zavison; Teen Rylee Sammons; Spirit of Junior Miss Raelynn Wilson. Junior M rtici ma Nearly 2,600 students qualified for the U of I dean's list for the fall 2018 semester. Among those named were two students from Aber- deen. They are: Emilia M. Carrillo, majoring in education, health and human sciences; and, Hunter K. Funk, from and mass media, with a secondary major including poli eful queensticsLetters Arts and Social Sciences, majoring in joumaliSmand philosophy. , To be included on the dean s list, U of I students must in A F. on Apnl 0 maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a minimum of l2 graded credits during the semester. The fall 2018 semester ended The Junior Miss Hope- treats for the Pocatello and to tenth grade. The girls ful queens have been hard Chubbuck police depart-compete in their favorite at work on their commu-ments, dress and answer an age nity service and participat- The focus of the Junior appropriate on stage ques- ing in parades in Southeast Miss Hopeful program istion. They are scored on Idaho. These girls haveto promote self-confidence poise, smile and personal- given back to their commu- and community service, ity. nities by serving dinner in The eighth annual Junior If you would like to American Falls, communi- Miss Hopeful program isparticipate this year, pick ty clean up, service to local coming up on Saturday, up an application at the schools, collecting books April 20. The competition American Falls Interme- for children, and making is for girls ages 12 months diate School office or call 208-709-4255. The dead- COMMUNITY CALENDAR line to enter and the man- Dec. 14. A list of graduates released in February. for the fall 2018 semester will be in annual The Power County Hospital Pink Ladies Auxiliary will host their annual Baked Potato Bar at St. John's Lutheran Church on Tuesday, Feb. 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. The baked potato bar fundraiser will be to raise funds Following is a list of upcoming events in the Aberdeen area. Contact The Aberdeen 73mes at 208-397-4440 or email at timesl@dcdi.net if you know of any events that are coming up so they may be included in the calendar. Wednesday, Feb. 6 Bingo at American Legion Hall 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 Preschool Child Find screening at elementary school - 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. AHS boys' basketball at West Side - 4/5:30/7 p.m Saturday, Feb. 9 AHS girls' wrestling state tournament at Pocatello High School - 9 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12 City council meeting 7 p.m. in city hall council chambers Wednesday, Feb. 13 Food distribution 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Aberdeen Food Bank Bingo at American Legion Hall 6 p.m. District wrestling at Soda Springs Online legals All legal notices in The Aberdeen Ttmes are featured online at the website idahopublicnotices.com/search.aspx. A link to that site is available at press-times.corn by clicking "Legals" on the top menu. On the public notices website, click "The Aberdeen Times" under publications, and then press "Go" to list all public notices currently in The Aberdeen Times. datory meeting are on to purchase patient chairs and recliners for the new hospi- Tuesday, April 2. Anyone tal rooms. Donation will be at will for the meal. Come join with questions may call and enjoy a meal and support the local hospital. Michelle at 208-709-4255 Look for out gift basket raffle display at the dinner. or visit www.juniormiss- Tickets will be 6 for $5 or $1 per ticket. Raffle winners hopeful.com, will be announced at the end of dinner. City of Aberdeen quarterly report Published in The Aberdeen Times Feb. 6, 2019 CITY OF ABERDEEN. IDAHO TREASURER'S QUARTERLY REPORT FOURTH QUARTER ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2018 FUNDS YEAR TO DATE YEAR TO DATE AMOUNT BUDGETED %EXPENDED GENERAL FUND' EXPENDITURES REVENUES 2018-2019 Personnel Services $154.346.49 Services and Supplies$ 77,136.71 Capital Outlay $ 7,333.19 Total $ 238,816.39 $124.733.94 $2,097,496.00 11% SANITATION FUND Personnel Services $ 0.00 Services and Supplies $ 28,882.88 Capital Outlay $ 0.00 Total $ 28,882.88 $44,039.97 $ 212.776.00 14% WATER FUND Personnel Services $ 25.249.05 Services and Supplies $ 13,259.95 Capital Outlay $ 4.295.00 Total $ 42.804.00 $ 62.128.99 $ 520.878.00 8% WASTE WATER FUND Personnel Services $ 30.975.63 Services and Supplies $ 46,704.24 Capital Outlay $ 9.297.29 Total $ 86,977.16 GRAND TOTAL $ 397,480.43 Citizens are invited to inspect the detailed supporting Linda Balls, City Clerk / Treasurer January 31, 2019 $108.269.90 $1,330,724.00 7% $339.172.80 $4.161,874.00 10% records of the above fmancial statement. 103 years young Hazel Westfall, of Aberdeen, turned 103 years old on Tuesday, Jan. 29, at Edgewood Spring Creek Manor in American Falls. She is pictured here with her son. Cour- tesy Edgewood Spring Creek Manor. ice Jan. 25 A stolen cell phone was reported. The phone was stolen at the high school. The case is open. While on a traffic stop, an individual was cited for driving without privileges. Jan. 27 A person reported there was a loose large dog north west of the park. The per- son was chased by the dog. The case was assigned. Assistance was request- ed to help find a woman's daughter. Jan. 28 A person reported they accidentally called 911 and report then hug up the phone. They told officers there was no emergency. Officers assisted an- other agency and tried to locate an individual to let her know the other agency had her purse. Jan. 29 A civil stand by was re- quested while an individual retrieved his belongings. A suspicious circum- stance was reported. A ve- hicle had been parked in front of a church for a long time. It had Utah license plates. The person asked officers to check on it. The case was assigned. 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