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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I April 12, 2012 From our files (;olf c ub improvements I)egin at Paddy Hatch 100 YEARS AGO Cowley Weekly Progress, April 13, 1912 Public notice has been sent out announcing the open- ing to settlement of the Fourth or Frannie unit embracing a stretch of fertile land lying a few miles to the north of Garland and Powell. There are about eight thousand acres in this tract and it will provide homes for a hundred indus- trious families. 75 YEARS AGO Lovell Chronicle, April 15, 1937 Under the rejuvenated enthusiasm of the 1936 offi- cers, Lovell's golf club came to life last week and start- ed an improvement program at the course around Paddy Hatch Lake. When the greens committee completes their plans, the local club will have one of the finest golf courses in the Big Horn basin. Each green is being re-sanded and leveled to make the course a place of pleasure for the golf bug. 50 YEARS AGO Lovell Chronicle, April 12, 1962 Photo: Mrs. Don Snyder and one of the waitresses at the D&L Supper Club in Byron look with approval at the area light recently installed by the Pacific Power & Light Co. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder were the first in the Big Horn Basin to install the new lighting, according to H. A. Lusch, local PP&L manager. 25 YEARS AGO Lovell Chronicle, April 16, 1987 Protective gear for 23 firemen, including helmets, coats, and pants, must be replaced after a chemical fire at the Big Horn Co-op in Lovell last Wednesday night re- leased toxic fumes, which were not only absorbed into the leather equipment, but sent seven firemen and one police officer to the hospital where they were treated for chemi- cal inhalation and caused the evacuation of about a three- block area. Left, Lily Mader blows a kiss to the crowd at a dance recital held at Rocky Mountain High School on March 23. Right, Olivia Frost and Kyra Hayes gave a dazzling performance for family and friends at a dance recital held at Rocky Mountain High School on March 23. COURTESY PHOTOS PATTI CARPENTER Airman First Class Matthew Rausch took a special leave from his military duties to surprise his sister Sienna at last week's Rocky Mountain High School Junior prom. Surprise prom guest BY PATTI CARPENTER Rocky Mountain High School junior Sienna Rausch got the surprise of a lifetime when her brother Matthew showed up at her junior prom. Rausch hadn't seen her .brother for a year because he is serving in the military. "We had been secretly working on this surprise for four months," said Sienna's grandmother Lola Rausch. "They are very close and she had no idea he was coming." Friends and neighbors outside of the family assisted with the scheme, like teacher John Bernhisel, who helped sneak Matthew. through a side door by loaning him a key and Dorine Strom, who allowed him to hide at her house until moments before the event. Matthew is an Airman First Class working on the se- curity force at a nuclear plant in Great Falls. According to his mother Simone, getting enough time off to come home has been difficult because of the distance and his assign- ment. "He put in the request for leave months ago, but he didn't find out he could come until a few days before the event," she explained. Matthew made the long drive from Great Falls in one day in time for the event, just in time to see his sister crowned as second attendant at the prom. Rausch was taken completely by surprise by her brother's visit and was thrilled to see him after such a long time. According to their mother Matthew's surprise visit made the evening very special for the entire family, Please submit obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest.net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday at 11:30 am Reverend Glen Szczechowski Please recycle this newspaper. Recyclingbins are located in the Red Apple Supermarket parking lot in l,ovell. Edward C. Faust March 31, 1932 - April 2, 2012 Edward C. Faust, 80, of Lovell, died April 2, 2012, at North Big Horn Hospi- tal in Lovell following com- plications from a stroke suffered in 2008. Funeral services were scheduled to take place on Wednesday,. April 11, 2012, at 10 a.m. in the Pavilion at the Saratoga Cemetery. Visitation was held on Tuesday, April 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Rostad Mortuary in Rawlins. Mr. Faust was born March 31, 1932, in Joliet, Ill., to Elizabeth (Elmore) and Edward C. Faust, Sr. He attended school in Jo- liet until enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War. On Jan. 22, 1958, in Tulsa, Okla., he was married to Betty Jewel Ames. They had four chil- dren together, three boys and one girl. He moved to Wyoming in 1982, where he worked for the Forest Service until retiring in 1994. He had pre- viously worked in timber, geological survey in Okla- homa, construction, the Ar- kansas State Parks and var- ious other occupations. In 1992 he was married to Pat Payne, and together they operated The Place at 10-Mile near Saratoga un- r-alth Southern Baptist . Church  340 E. 3rd St., Lovell Pastor Michael McKnight 548-6561 Services: Sunday School 9:46 am Morn. Worship 1t am Eve. Worship 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm Louell flssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho flue., Louell ' ' Services Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am Sunday Night -6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 5th & Montana, 548-7177 Re'v. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am B#b#e Study *#0:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm q/ao rWdom [ The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod I !!!!iiiiiiiii!i ; iiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!i:!!i;!!iiiiiii ili!;ii!iliii!i!iiii!iiiiiiiii til 1999. They then roved to the Big Horn Basin and were planning to once aLgain make their home in Sa]rato- ga. He attended the Mu- sic Conservatory in Jo- liet, studying trumpet. He was a self-taught gtlitar- ist, playing pr0fessiox]ally with his love of gospel, jazz and rhythym and blues. His hobbies included hound dogs, hunting, fishing, liver guiding and outdoor life. He was preceded in death by his parents, his sister, Lflith, and a step- daughter, Linda Payne Ped- erssen. Survivors include his wife, Pat, of Saratoga; sons Edward of FayetteMlle, Ark., Steve of Springdale, Ark., and John of Ft. Smith, Ark.; daughter Elise Palen of New York, N.Y.; grand- sons Jared, Dustin and Zack; granddaughter Steph- anie Henderson; gTeat- grandson Carter James Henderson; great-grand- daughter McKinley Marie Henderson; step-s0n Bill Payne of East Prairie, Mo.; step-daughters Fran Payne- Rogers of Saratoga, ]Billie Jo (and Steve)Fredericks of Schenectady, N.Y., and their children Stephanie, Bob, and Will; and special friend Joe Irene of Saratoga. Memorial contributions may be made to the Sara- toga Cemetery Board or the charity of your choice. Worship Service Prayer 7 pm / 9:00 am Ray. Kun VlcNabb 1 Sunday School 10:30 am 56E. lVlaln I Bible Lesson Loveil l 6 prn J i! seingN00he;  ]/,. Big Horn County II Ynlted II Methodist Ila.-! ' years [1 at the corner of  t Jrk-& Shoshone, Lovell , , iPastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver W/0rship 10:30 Lovell Worship AllgegulTaTyPiiced/p sure.ms K powel--00 L Office Supply . 265 N. Bent, Powell, WY . 754-4145 " J :'lllvlm mi, coupon  " Lovell Chronicle Mother's Day girt Facial Pedicure Manicure. Hair Massage. Waxing Acrylic Nails Feathers Days MUSc!atng.00ee,..,, Tuesday, April 17 6:30 p.m. Big Horn Federal Bank meeting room All committee members and Lovell residents are invited to attend. of the Enter m rain $15" 15o" 25 Come to the Lovell Library for contest rules and books to use for your artwork, To enter bring your artwork to the Lovell Library no later than 5 prn,Apri127. Categories: grades K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12 Prizes awarded in each category. 548"7021www.hyarttheater.com JOHN CARTER Rated PG-13 132 minutes Friday, April 13 7 pm Saturday, April 14 3&7pm Coming soon: Hunger Games; Mirror, Mirror; Wrath of the Titans Lovell's Healthy Living Program Tuesday, April 3 5:30-7 pm Multi-purpose room at 1115 Lane 12, Lovell, WY flr ':,rrii 'i! ')nl ']iffirai"l)itrict 307-548-5200 ww.nbhh.com  L),] NEW HORIZONS CARE CENTER