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16 I The Lovell Chronicle I April 30, 2015 BY DAVID PECK A highly successful educator announced last week as the new dean of the University of Wyoming College of Education has strong ties to Lovell. Dr. Ray Reutzel, a 1971 graduate of Lovell High School, was announced as the new dean April 21 and will continue a career that has taken him from his start as an elementa- ry school teacher to leader- ship positions at Southern Utah University and Utah State University. Reutzel lived in Mon- tana, Washington and Cal- ifornia growing up, but he and his two sisters, Su- san and Cheri (now Hoff- man, principal at Lovell El- ementary School), moved to Lovell in the late 1960s. Reutzel said the family of- ten came to Lovell before that to visit his grandpar- ents Vivin Heber and Reva Robertson Hansen, "and he spent his junior and senior years at LHS before gradu- ating with the Class of'71. Reutzel said he loved his time at LHS and fondly remembers the support he received from several ed- ucators. He said guidance counselor Chester "Chris" Christiansen and wife Cleo were "the finest people," noting, "they made me their child." Principal Grant Go- odrich "made a real dif- DR. RAY REU'I-ZEL ference in my world," he added. He also said he had many excellent teachers at LHS, but with a strong interest in music, he espe- cially recalls choir director George Preis and band di- rector William Trethaway. After serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Berlin, Germany, Reu- tzel returned to Wyoming and entered the Universi- ty of Wyoming, graduating with a bachelor's degree in early childhood education in 1977. After teaching kinder- garten for a half year in Laramie, he took a job in the Lyman/Ft. Bridger/ Mtn. View area for Uinta County School District No. 4. During that time he be- gan graduate work through Utah State University, earning a master's degree in reading and elementary education in 1980. Reutzel then returned to UW and earned his Ph.D. in reading, language arts and elementary educa- tion in 1982. He taught at Tarleton State University in Texas, Weber State Col- lege, then Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, for 13 years, where he was the department head of the David O. McKay School of Education. From 1998 through 2001, Dr. Reutzel was the provost and senior vice president for academic af- fairs at Southern Utah Uni- versity, then returned to Utah State where, for the last 14 years, he has been the Emma Eccles Jones Endowed Chair and Distin- guished Professor of Early Literacy while also direct- ing the Emma Eccles Jones Early Childhood Education and Research Center. In December of last year, Reutzel started get- ting calls from friends in Wyoming, including sever- al at UW, telling him of the opening at the UW College of Education. "I decided to throw my hat in the ring and see what happens," he said. "I'm near the end of my career, but UW is my alma mater and I loved my faculty members at UW. It's been an amaz- ing career. I never thought I'd end it at UW, but when I met the people there and heard about the new educa- tional initiative, I wanted to make it the best and lead that effort. I thought that could really be fun." He added in a UW press release, "I have en- joyed a wonderfully fulfill- ing career in education and am now at a point in my ca- reer where my greatest de- sire is to 'pay it forward' to the next generation of teachers and scholars. Do- ing so at my alma mater, UW, will be particularly gratifying, because it's the institution where I was giv- en such a wonderful start and for which I am deeply grateful." "We are delighted that Dr. Reutzel has agreed to return to UW and lead the College of Education at a critical point in its history," Vice President for Academ- ic Affairs David Jones said. "We are confident his expe- rience, energy and vision, combined with the talents of our faculty and lead- ers across Wyoming's edu- cation system, will propel the college to new heights of excellence in .preparing educators who will make a difference in our state and nation." From Our Files 100 Years Ago, May 1, 1915 The Cowley Weekly Progress The ladies of the Wa- keti Club, not to be out- done by their sisters of the Civic Betterment League, got busy yester- day and planted 15 trees on the church grounds. Already a healthy ri- valry has sprung up be- tween these two orga- nizations. And the men - poor things -- sit supine- ly by and look on and nev- er stir a peg. And then to have some spineless cuss talk of women not being a man's equal! In this case they are not only men's equal, but their superi- ors. Not so? 75 Years Ago, May 2, 1940 The Lovell Chronicle The showing of the tTalking picture, "The featuring electric cookery and the Frigidaire elec- tric range, has been post- poned from Friday, May 3, to Tuesday, May 7, at 2:30 p.m, according to an announcement of the C. Beck Robertson Hard- ware store which appears in this issue. The moving picture is being shown under the auspices of this Frigidaire dealer, and is free to the public. 50 Years Ago, April 29, 1965 The Lovell Chronicle Pic: Shortest bout of the evening was between "One Punch" Revelle and "Canvasback" Gerke, who both struck a 'telling blow at the same instant. This resulted in a dou- ble KO after 15 seconds of the first round, and capped the action of the L club's boxing smoker. 25 Years Ago, April 26, 1990 The Lovell Chronicle The Lovell Economic Development Committee is proceeding with plans to put together a propos- al for Wyoming's new me- dium security prison fol- lowing a strong display -- r- 1 ~lOOX~ o,~-or tho last week and half. Since last week's meeting, fol- lowing which a straw poll came up 97-7 in favor of the community seek- ing the prison, polling via a ballot in the Lovell Chronicle has produced continued strong support. For Rent For Rent Services 0tfered Services 0|fered senior center. 400 block 7th Avenue South. 307- 765-9521 or 307-272- 3790. (4/23-5114pB) BASIN: APARTMENT FOR RENT in Basin. Two bedrooms. Call Canyon Real Estate Inc. 307- 899-1212. (4/9-4/30pB) GREYBULL: TWO BED- ROOM, ONE bath house. $500 month plus utilities. $500 deposit. 307-431- 8277. (3/26tfB) GREYBULL: ONE TRAILER HOOK-UP. Available now. Water and garbage paid. Lots of shade. Cement walk and parking. Nice quiet neigh- borhood. $300 month. Available soon. NO Pets. References required. 307-899-2368 or 307- 765-4422. (8/21tfB) Cars & Trucks Clark: Two room cabin for rent. Great views quiet location, all utilities included, wifi, pets on approval, max two people, reduced rent with conditions. To Give Awa[ $325 / $2oo Horses possible 209-813-3978 We Have Sizes For All Storage Needsl A, At Competitive Rates! New Units ~ RV Storage! 13 feet high! 10x10 & 10x20 units now available BASIN: TWO BED- ROOM APTS. Brand new! All new appliances. Washer and dryer hook ups. No pets. No smok- ing. Starting at $550 per month plus utilities. 307- 680-1523. (1 O/4tfB) BASIN: 1 AND 2 BED- ROOM apt. Free laundry. All utilities paid. Refer- ences required. 307-272- 5405 or 307-921-8558. (8/20tfB) GREYBULL: DRY CREEK STORAGE. New units. 12x24, 12x20, 12x16, 10x10. 700 14th Ave. N 307-272-9419. (7/23tfB) GREYBULL: STORAGE SHEDS. 10x10 - 10x15 - 12x20. Call 307-765- 2407 or 307-272-5470. (7/16tfB) BASIN: THE LILAC MOTEL. Clean and com- fortable. Wireless inter- net. Reasonable rates - daily, weekly, monthly. 710 West C St. 307-568- 3355. (tfB) GREYBULL: THE STORAGE SHED has units available by the day, week, month or year. 1417 N Seventh St. Call 307-568-2795. (fiB) BASIN: STORAGE UNITS available at The Storage Shed - by the day, week, month or year. 307-568-2795. (tfB) ONE BEDROOM HOUSE in Lovell, furnished. $350/ month plus utilities, first and last months rent. 307-272-5912. (4/23-30cL) 3 Bdrm -- $570 Income limits apply. 2 WEEKS RENT FREE Utilities I paid except EQUAL HOUSING electric, i OPPORTUNITY I POWELL: AVAILABLE MID-JUNE 3 bedroom, 2 bath house, 1 mile south of town. All appli- ances included, cats & dogs neg. $1,300/mo plus utilities. Call Sarah, 272-2263. (34-37PT) GREYBULL: APART- MENT FOR RENT. Two bedroom, completely furnished, all utilities paid. Cable television. 307-765-4626. (4/30-5f7cB) POWELL: 40' X 60' QUONSET. 12' x 13' overhead door with operator; electrical; yard area. Available 5/15/15. Call if questions. 272- 5198. (33TFCT) POWELL: 1 BED, 1 BATH HOUSE,$400/$400, NO PETS, 433 N. Hamilton, Wyoming Real Estate Network, Call Larry HOd- derman 754-5500. (32TFCT) POWELL: NICE 2 BDRM, 1 bath apartment for rent, Washer & Dryer, DNV. $750 deposit, $750 rent, NO PETS & NO SMOKING. (307) 754- 8213, Agent Interest. (31TFCT) LOVELL: EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS, $365 and up, utilities included, pets and smoking wel- come. 272-6384. (30TFCT) POWELL: FULLY FUR- NISHED office space. Fitch Building in Powell. Call Alan 307-899-2480. (26-34ThursPT) LOVELL: 1 BDRM APT furnished, utilities paid, no smoking/pets, 307- 250-2454. (24TFCT) POWELL- 3 BED, 1 BATH HOME, washer/ dryer, fenced yard, nice neighborhood. No pets/ smoking. $8501mo. Call 254-2241. (85TFCT) Village Apt. Call now! 754-7185 NEED TO STORE YOUR boat/RV/Camper, or just need to get it off the street? Call JP Storage at 754-7178. (79TFThursCT) POWELL: IRONWOOD APARTMENTS office now open. 825 E. 7th St. 307-764-5460. (68TFCT) POWELL: PROFES- SIONAL OFFICE SPACE, new building, 577 sq. ft. corner unit, par- tially furnished, includes wireless internet, $600/ mo $600 deposit, inter- net and water. Lease required. 307-754-7178. (59ThursTFCT) POWELL: RETAIL, OFFICE, COMMERCIAL and industrial, downtown Powell. Call 307-272- 5426. (48TFCT) TO BUY, SELL OR RENT, call Heart Moun- tain Realty in Powell - 307-754-9631. (16TFCT) WHITLOCK DEVELOP- MENT - For rentals or property management call 307-254-2830. (77TFCT) 1976 BAYLINER, JAMAICA, 20 Ft. 165 H.P merc-cruiser, I/O, open bow, wakeboard, towrope, and accessories included. Great family boat. $3000. 307-272- 3572. (4/30tfB) ANTLER!!! PETSKA Fur spring antler/fur clean up. Buying all grades of deer/ elk antler. No quantity too large or small. Facebook, gpetska@gmail.com, 308-750-0700, www.pets- kafur.net. (34-34W) RESIDENT BUYER NEEDS DEER, ELK, AND MOOSE HORNS and also elk ivories. Best grading. Best prices. 307- 455-3285. (34-34W) NORTHWEST TRAD- ING POST is now buying quality used wood fur- niture. Dressers, tables, night stands, etc. house calls available. 754-3406, Mort. - Sat. (27-34CT) BUYING IRON. PAYING top dollar for iron brought to the yard. Paying cash for junk vehicles with clear titles, will pick up. Buying classic cars with clear titles. Pete Smet Recycling. 307-347-2528. (4/30/15-4/28/16cB) SERVICEMAN FROM BROWN'S Western Appliance will be in Basin-Greybull once a week to service your appliances. Lawn and garden equipment repair. Will pick up, repair and return. Call or write 711 Railway Avenue Wor- land 82401. 1-800-570- 3281. (116112tfB) NEED YOUR ROOF repaired or replaced? Stellar Roofing is licensed & insured. Free Estimates! You have options, so be sure to get a second bid. Call Neal @ 307-431-8685. (6/12tfB) JODI'S HOME HEALTH Care. Ten years experi- ence. Great references. 307-254-0574. (4/16-5/14pL) IKE'S LAWN CARE. Quality Lawn mowing, edging, spring/fall cleanup. New sod, weed/ fertilization spraying. Power raking. Call 307- 431-0041. Steven Hiser. (3/26-5/28pL) GUITAR LESSONS. Pro- fessional musician with studios in Powell and Lovell. Patient instructor. Ron McClure, 307-254- 4473. (11/20tfcL) RV REPAIR and ser- vices: AC, plumbing, insurance repairs, gen- eral repairs and service. Call Jeff Young, 307-250- 7649. (4/4tfcL) GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL through Wyoming Auto Finance. Only available at Midway Auto Sales. Stop getting denied for a loan. 307- 548-7571. (3/10tfcL) CANYON SERVICES, HOME Improvement ser- vice and repair, heating, A/C, plumbing. No job too big, no job too small. Jeff Young, 35+ years experi- ence. 307-250-7649. (3/10tfcL) NEED GU'I-rERS? CALL SIMMONS Ironworks, 754-8259 or 899-8259. 5 or 8" seamless gutters. (03TFCT) BIG HORN ] DRUG / TESTING / Meeting all your | drug testing needs. | Reasonable rates,| local company. 307- | 548-2133. | i BHB(3/12-4/30C)] R~S, SMALL or large jobs, concrete work, etc call Horton Construction, Ben Horton, 254-5072. (31TFET) HIGH QUALITY CRAFTS- MANSHIP for doors, trim, tile work, crown molding, paint & venetian plaster wall finish. Please call Ati Bekes at 307-272-6459. (29-36PT) YOUNG MAN LOOKING for summer lawn jobs. Experienced. Call Eisaac at 202-2735. (28-46PT) SANDBLASTING, RES- TORATION - wet or dry blasting. Kendall Nichols, Powell, 254-2460. (28-43PT) RESIDENTIAL CLEAN- ING SERVICES. Over 10 years experience. Very reliable and trustworthy. Call 307-250-0303 for your free quote. (26ThursTFCT) STONE RIDGE CON- STRUCTION. All types of concrete and excavation. Quality work at a fair price. 307-272-8671. (75TFCT) AFFORDABLE POR- TRAITS! Call C.Wensky Photography. Afford- able prices, experienced results. 202-0858. (29TFET) FEMALE MINIATURE DACHSHUND to a good home. 307-202-0552. (4/30ncL) 2009 COPPER CANYON 31 FT. fifth wheel. Sleeps 6-8, kitchen and living room slides, custom furni- ture, used five times since new. $23,000. 307-899- 7799, excellent condition. (32-34PT) 1979 PROWLER 5TH WHEEL - 24 foot, good condition. 5th wheel hitch included, $4,000. 754- 2698. (27TFET) I RETIREMI=NT SALE I! 8 utility tables, 3 office chairs, electric calculator, large paper cutter, 2 fax machines, copier, typewriter, office desk, mechanical cash drawer, vertical file drawers (2 legal 4, f std. 4), storage cabinet, electric stapler, toaster oven, 700 watt microwave, hot plate, 5.1 cu.ft, chest freezer, wet/ dry vacuum, 3 heavy duty low carts, 7 service carts, hand cart, 2 floor fans, 2 -10 ft. step ladders, 3 step stools, digital UPS scale, manual UPS scale, ladder cart, loafing shed, conference table, heavy duty commercial shelving. Cash or check only. No credit or debit cards. All sales final. I Location is 746 Lane 8H. White building with green verti- I cal panels. East from Powell 1/2 mile on 14A, right on Lane 8H, I business will be 2nd on left. I Hours: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mon. - Sat. 307-754-2948. J MOVING SALE: LEATHER couch $200, elliptical $550, swamp cooler $125, TV stand $25, desk & chair $125, truck tool box $125. All negotiable, in Powell. 815-790-7560. (34-35PT GREEN- HOUSE GARDENS, LOVELL 74 Shoshone Ave 307-548-6691, 307- 272-6691 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday - Friday; 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday; closed Sunday Seven varieties of seed potatoes, Idaho certified; onion plants and sets; bulk seeds and trees and shrubs. BHB (4/9-30cL) OLDER KENMORE WASHING machine and Amana dryer. Good con- dition. $25 each. Free fire wood. 307-765-2337. (4/30pB) 2012 FORD FIESTA. Gets 38 miles to the gallon. Sun roof. 27,000 miles on it. $10,200 OBO. In Lovel1307-431- 6123. (4/23-30pL) LA DE DA, 186 E. Main, Lovell, 307-548-2030. Open Tues. - Sat. 6 -10. Saturday only sidewalk sale. Come inside and see our new babyclothes. Don't forget your mother. Her day is coming up. (4/30pL) SIX FOOT GLASS dis- play case on wheels - with glass shelves. Good shape. Asking $100. Will deliver in Big Horn Basin. Call 307-548-6249. Leave message. Moti- vated Seller. (4/30-5/21 pL) BREAK FREE OF HEARING LOSS. Cody Hearing Aid Center offers demos and a money back guaran- tee. Try before you buy. (307)586-7274. Across from Dairy Queen. (26ThursTFCT) GUARANTEED CREDIT APPROVAL through Wyoming Auto Finance. Only available at Midway Auto Sales. Stop getting denied for a loan. 307- 548-7571. (3/10ffcL) GARAGE-A-RAMA IN MEETEETSE, May 1-2, 8am-2pm lots of differ- ent locations. May Day Fishing Derby on Sat & Sun. www.meeteetsewy. com for info. (34CT) EVERY WEEKEND IN MAY yard sale behind Econo Inn. Slots avail- able for rent to sell own goods. 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Call 307- 202-0484. (L) Call 307-272-2035 or 307-272-1714