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www. LovellChronicle.com April 1, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 3 00People Cowley news @ the news Simmons and Robertson wed Brenda and Roland can get the picture to color from Cowley Merc. There will be prizes for the top three pictures in each age group and class. The win- ners of the contest will be announced before the hunt begins. Frankie Cozzens trav- eled on the Disney Magic cruise ship to the Caribbe- an Islands of St. Maarten and St. Thomas where she visited her granddaughter, Lindsay Cozzens. Lindsay is under contract with Dis- ney Cruise Lines and plays their female villains, most currently the Evil Queen from Snow White. Lind- say's work will take her to the Mediterranean and northern Europe before she returns to New York next fall. Frankie said she had fun watching Lindsay sing, dance and act in several shows. On the way back to the United States, they stopped at Disney's private island, Castaway Cay, in the Bahamas and enjoyed the warm sunshine, beau- tiful blue waters and white sandy beaches. On her 10- day journey, Frankie was accompanied by her son, David, daughter-in-law, Donna, and Donna's moth- er, Gena Pederson. Frankie said this was the cruise of a lifetime. She was veryimpressedbecause everything the cruise ship did was planned for fun and interest. There are several large dining rooms on the Disney ship with special waiters who followed you through your days there and exotic menus to choose from. The group also cele- brated Lindsays birthday with a dinner on the 10th deck of the ship. Mrs. Cozzens also said it was wonderful to watch Linds ay and the shows were like stage show Broadway musicals. She was amazed how large everything was: the dining rooms, the the- ater and the fact that the ship holds 2,500 people and is 10 stories high. It sounds like she indeed had the trip of her lifetime. DRUE TEBBS-MEEK 548-6901 Last week in the Cow- ley news in the paragraph concerning the Pioneer Day celebration, it was stated that a committee has been assigned to contact faculty and staff members who are still living to invite them to the all-school reunion and to let Sally Wilson or Moni- ca Miller know of them and they would contact these people. Monica and Sally are not the committee to help find these teachers. Sorry, Monica and Sally, and I hope you don't get too many calls. The Pio- neer Day Committee will release the names of those to contact. Mayor Roland Simmons and Brenda Robertson of Lovell were married at the Todd and Emily Simmons residence Sunday, March 14, 2010, at 6 p.m. Stake President Troy Caldwell married the couple with more than 40 family mem- bers in attendance. Congratulations to the newlyweds and all who know them wish them well. Welcome to Cowley, Bren- da. The annual Easter egg hunt will be held Satur- day, April 3, at 1 p.m. at the Cowley Park for chil- dren from 2 years old to fifth grade. The Cowley Recreation sponsors the event. A coloring contest will also be held. Students at the school or day care in Cowley will receive the pic- ture during school, or one Byron news Easter Egg hunt this Saturday GARY GRUELL 548-2220 While doing some shop- ping in Lovell over the weekend, I met up with a friend who blasted the School District about the sign in front of RMHS in Byron. His major complaint was the fact that the dis- trict endured the expense of the,, sign knowing that the building w"hld be va- cant, two moths. Anoth- er couple also  'ommented on such a waste of school funds. Just to set the record straight, the sign was pur- chased by the Town of By- ron and with a mutual agreement with the dis- trict, the sign was installed at the expense of the town. The school district had nothing to do with the pur- chase of the sign. They do, however, have equal use of the sign until the closure of the facility in May. As stated before, the sign is way too low for prac- tical purposes. The sign will be raised at least another three feet. It has been sug- gested to raise it 10 feet in order to clear the height of other road signs. To do so, the view of the sign could be seen from either direc- tion at a long distance. This Saturday, the an- nual Easter egg hunt spon- sored by the Byron Lions Club will be held. The event begins at 10:30 a.m. in Jones Park for the toddlers. At 10:45, the preschool- ers will get their chance to hunt for the colorful eggs. At 11, the kindergarten and first-graders will do their hunt at Carter Field, followed by the second- and third-graders at 11:15. The fourth- and fifth-graders' hunt will be at the football field at 11:30. The annual Byron Li- ons Club Auction will be held on April 24 at the By- ron Bar. This event is the club's number one fund- raiser. Proceeds of the auc- tion are used to fund com- munity events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Byron Day's BBQ, holiday bas- kets, scholarships for grad- uates, and providing ey e glasses for the needy. To make a donation either by items or cash, call Janie Foster at 548-2780, Mead- ow Scheeler at 899-9062, Gil Cordova at 548-7543 or MiltlMeier at 548-7859: . The position of ditch rider for the Town of Byron is now open to all interest- ed parties for the upcoming intown irrigation season. Advertising of the position is in the Lovell Chronicle, with a deadline of the April 9. Job description and ap- plications are available at the clerk's office in the town complex. The selected indi- vidual will be under con- tract and responsible for the water flow and control of all open ditches within the town limits. The monthly Mayor's Luncheon will be on April 9 at its regular time from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. As of today, only two individuals have volunteered to pro- vide soup. If you would like to donate a festive soup for April, sign-up sheets are at the clerk's office at the town complex, or you may call ei- ther Vicki at 548-7490 or myself at 548-2220. In cooperation with the Byron Lions Club and the Byron Bar, a highway and ditch cleanup drive will be conducted on April 9. The community is invited to as- sist in this endeavor. Par- ticipants will meet at the Red Eagle Pump station at 4 p.m. and proceed to- ward Lovell for a two-mile stretch to George Abra- ham's residence. Jones Park will be get- ting new playground equip- ment next week. Perfect Picture Playgrounds will be installing the newly pur- chased equipment. As always, have a great and safe week. Senior center chatter Senior Center closed April 2 The Senior Center Staff would like to wish everyone a blessed Eas- ter. They count every one of you as one of its many blessings. The cen- ter will not be open Fri- day, April 2, in obser- vance of Good Friday. The card players sharpened their skills again at Newcomers Club Thursday, March 25.The bridge players were graced by two male play- ers, who kept the regulars on their toes more than usual. Nevertheless, card shark Arlene Ross still managed to take high. The hottest player on the pinochle side was Garnet Sorenson, who shot the moon three times during the first round of cards. Players felt bad- ly for Eva Wagner, who couldn't get good cards and ended up with the low- est score. They send con- dolences to Eva and wish her better luck next time. CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? DR. GREONY STeWAeT UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOMING, PC Specializing in the "no needle/no scapel technique." 15 minute office procedure. Frequently done on Friday with the possibility of back to light-duty work on Monday. Dr.regory Stewart Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. Clinics held in Powell Basin - Big Horn Clinic Greybull - Midway Clbdc Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Hospital. VA patients accepted with prior approval. 225 W. YELLOWSTONE AVE., SUITE 9 " CODY, WY To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 C'MON! I'M HERE! Chasing bunnies and now you can't find him? Place a classi- fied ad in the Lovell Chronicle. The Lovell Chronicle 548-2217 Local classified ads just $2/week Next DUP meeting April 12 The March meeting of the Big Horn Company of Daughters of the Utah Pioneers was conducted by Presi- dent Mary Jansen. Members and visitors were welcomed. Historical information about Betsy Ross and her con- tributions to the first American flag were given by Nancy Bullinger from Burlington. A short personal history was shared by Laura Gerst- ner ofTen Sleep. Savanna Nash, from Byron, shared a pio- neer history and showed an antique popcorn maker. Blacksmiths were an absolute necessity for the pio- neering movement, and Mary Jensen of Byron shared the histories of some of the outstanding men who used this profession to enable the development of the western Unit- ed States. Delicious refreshments were served by Hostess com- mittee of Melba Bridges, Ann Bridges and Patty Hansen. The April meeting will be held at the LDS Church in Burlington. Rides will be available and will be leaving the Lovell LDS Church parking lot by noon on April 12. ' Brig your children and have photos taken with the Easter Bunny at the north end of Jones Park ,from 9:311-10:30  ! , ...... gH00,,t. Saturday, April 3 Join in the fun[ There are some surprises waitingfor you this year[ [.Toddlers, (ages 0-3) " no end Jones Park, 10:30 r Preschool, (ages 4 & 5) l middle of Jones Park, 10:45 | Renee and Drew Rael- Meyer wedding set for May 8 Renee Rael and Drew Meyer, both of Billings, Mont., are planning a May 8 wedding at the Moss Man- sion in Billings. Their parents are Su- san Kohn of Billings, David Rael of Cowley and Marsha and Myron Meyer of West- by, Mont. 75 YEARS AGO APRIL 5, 1935 The Cowley Weekly Progess: Tuesday, between mid- niLe and morning, the Cow- ley Cash Store, owned by John H. Tippets, was bur- glarized and more than $125 worth of goods were made way with. The bur- glars first broke into Bert Marchant's blacksmith shop and helped themselves with sledge hammer, wreck- ing bar and cold chisel, with which they broke off the safe's dial and handle but failed to open it. Entrance to the store was made by breaking the glass win- dow on the left of the door. They also broke into Stan Jameson's barber shop but not a great deal was netted there. The burglars, ama- teurs though they appar- ently were, left no tangible clue, though the officers are investigating. MARCH 28, 1935 The Lovell Chronicle: William Albert Mor- ris, 91, of Frannie, who had been a noted character in this part of the country for many years, died March 23, 1935. Mr. Morris owned the only hbuse between Bill- ings and Lander in the days when Lander was the county seat. He had resid- ed there since 1887, and had entertained many not- ed national figures as wl as outlaws and bad men in his hotel. His only neigh- bors were Indians, and he freighted his supplies from Billings two or three times a year. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Frannie Ford, for whom the town was named. The J. P. Croft compa- ny opens its new, modern department store in Lovell Saturday morning, March 30, at 9 a.m. The new store is located in the First Na- tional Bank building, which has been completely remod- eled to suit their needs. This store will carry a complete stock of dry- goods, notions, mens and ladies furnishings, cloth- ing, shoes, ready-to-wear and millinery. All remodeling and dec- orating on the new store was done by local people: Lorain Doerr, contractor; H. G. Janssen, painting; D. H. Jolley, electrician; Green Plumbing company, plumb- ing. 50 YEARS AGO MARCH 24, 1960 April 22, has been set aside by the three LDS wards for their smorgas- bord which will be staged to raise needed money for the building of the bathhouse at the site of the new Lovell swimming pool. Sam Flood, Denver Mayas and Deloy Mayes have a Studebaker-Pack- ard dealer franchise here for sales and service. The new dealership in known as Mayas Brothers and is lo- cated at 304 Pennsylvania Ave. A grand opening will feature a display of Stude- baker Larks, Silver Hawks and the Studebaker truck line. The Lovell Town Coun- cil laid the groundwork to initiate a mosquito control program. The cost of operating a program of this type is fig- ured to run somewhere in the area of $500 for the sea- son. After April 1, 1960 Coast Guard Certificate of Numbers will be issued by all 1st and 2nd class post of- rices and 3rd and 4th Class post offices. The $3.00 fee charged will cover a tem- porary certificate of num- ber for 60 days as well as the embossed plastic pocket size certificate of number. This certificate of number will be good for 3 years and will expire on the owner's birthday. The third woman to solo during flying classes held at the Lovell-Cowley-Byron airport this past week was Loretta Bischoff. (The new pilot was pictured in the paper.) At Earl's Sales and Ser- vice a 1960 Pontiac Catali- na 4-door wJJ;h radio and heater sold for $2,888. GENE'S TREE SPRAYING Complete fruit tree spraying Fireblight treatment Yard spraying for the year Evergreen treatment (Scales and Blights, must know early) 754-3629 00;VL/NK AO READERSHIP AD INTERNET PRESENCE