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May 24, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 19 From our files Dalton residence for sale or trade for 8 head of work horses 100 YEARS AGO The Cowley Weekly Progress, May 25, 1912 For sale: Fine four-room rock residence in Cowley is offered for sale at a sacrifice, or will trade same for 8 head good work horses from four to eight years old, all sound and in good saleable condition, for the following property: The Frank Dalton residence. A snap if taken quick. 75 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle, May 27, 1937 Wyoming's lethal gas chamber has received its second official test. Prison officials executed a 125-pound hog from the prison farm this week for the purpose of demonstrating how the chamber works. The chamber will replace hanging as a means of capital punishment in Wyoming. 50 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle, May 24,1962 Photo: Visitors to this community will find a new sign inviting them to visit the city park and telling them that they are visitors of the Rose City of Wyo- ming. The sign is part of the Lovell Chamber of Com- merce plan to direct visitors to interesting areas of the community. Pacific Power crew members planted the sign at the west end of Main Street. 25 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle, May 28, 1987 Queen Bee Candies of Lovell will go ahead with plans to develop and market a new, high quality chocolate candy this summer thanks to action last week by the Wyoming Economic Development and Stabilization Board. Queen Bee was awarded $9,775 on a vote of the board for a marketing study on the new candy, known at this time as a Chocolate Pecan Delight. "It's a hand-dipped truffle developed for the fancy food market," Bessie Zeller explained. Snowmelt runoff forecast for Big Horn River Basin is down Billings, Mont. -As of May 1, the Bureau of Rec- lamation's forecast of April through July runoff predict- ed for the Shoshone, Wind and Big Horn River Basins is as follows: Buffalo Bill Reservoir - Shoshone River April through July inflow to Buf- falo Bill Reservoir is fore- cast at 570,000 acre-feet, which is 84 percent of the 30-year average of 679,000 acre-feet. Approximately 85,000 acre-feet of the fore- casted amount flowed into Buffalo Bill Reservoir dur- ing April, leaving 485,000 acre-feet of inflow forecast- ed for May through July. Wind River - April through July snowmelt runoff into the Wind Riv- er above Bull Lake Creek is forecast at 290,000 acre- feet, which is 70 percent of the 30-year average of 412,000 acre-feet. Approxi- mately 40,000 acre-feet of the forecasted amount was received during April, leav- ing 250,000 acre-feet of in- flow forecasted for May through July. Bull Lake Reservoir- April through July snow- melt runoff into Bull Lake Reservoir from Bull Lake Creek is forecast at 100,000 acre-feet, which is 71 per- cent of the 30-year average of 141,000 acre-feet. Ap- proximately 8,000 acre-feet of the forecasted amount flowed into Bull Lake dur- ing April, leaving 92,000 acre-feet of inflow forecast- ed for May through July. Boysen Reservoir - Wind River April through July inflow to Boysen Res- ervoir is forecast at 250,000 acre-feet, which is 44 per- cent of the 30-year aver- age of 574,000 acre-feet. Approximately 52,000 acre-feet of the forecasted amount flowed into Boy- sen Reservoir during April, leaving 198,000 acre-feet of inflow forecasted for May through July. Big Horn Lake (Yel- lowtail Reservoir) - April through July inflow to Yel- lowtail Reservoir is forecast at 750,000 acre-feet, which is 66 percent of the 30- year average of 1,138,500 acre-feet. Approximate- ly 150,000 acre-feet of the forecasted amount flowed into Yellowtail Reser- voir during April, leaving 600,000 acre-feet of inflow forecasted for May through July. For more information on snowmelt forecasts and real-time data, visit the Great Plains Region's Wa- ter Operations web site at: www.usbr.gov/gp/lakes_ reservoirs. For additional informa- tion on Buffalo Bill, Boy- sen and Bull Lake reser- voirs, contact Wyoming Area Manager Coleman W. Smith, Jr., at 307-261-5671. For additional informa- tion on Yellowtail Reser- voir, contact Montana Area Manager Dan Jewell at 406-247-7300. LOST YOUR DEVOTED FRIEND? He can't phone you. Do the next best thing. Place a classified ad in the Lovell Chronicle with his last known whereabouts, your phone number and we'll get the word out to our readers. The Lovell Chronicle 548-2217 Local classified ads just $2/week ............. Stop in and ask about memberships, get a tour of our facilily Mon.-Thurs., 4:30-6:30 p.m. or call 548-2639 for more information. I Call Stormy, 548-2217, to advertise your business in our local business guide. Your hometown guy Bruce Jolley Car Counselor 307-548-7571 North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell Deborah Brackett, MD Special Interests: Women's Health, Pediatrics & Geriatrics Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www, nbhh.com q,,,rt 'Iiq 'lm 'ffospiral"District North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell KEN FERBRACHE, MPAS, PA-C Special Interests: Family Medicine & Cardiac Monday-Friday 8am-Spm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com 6rtli /q 'fro1-. 'ffospita()im'ia North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell JACK CARPENTER, MHS, PA-C Special Interests: Emergency Medicine & Family Practice Monday-Friday 8am-Spm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com 'N,rtti 'i 8 ',rn '141, ita('Disrricr North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell TROY J. CALDWELL, MD Special Interest: Pediatrics & General Medicine Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell DAVID E. HOFFMAN, MD Special Interests: Endoscopy & Laparoscopy Surgery Monday-Friday 8am-Spm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com Come and experience our culture change ... We have residential openings for permanent or temporary placement in our t Nursing Home rt Assisted Living t Special Care Unit NEW HORIZONS CARE CENTER 1115 Lane 12. Lovell LOYELL CHIROPRACTIC Oliver Mitchell, D.C. CRA - Muscle Testing After hour appointments available Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm 203 Park Ave., Lovell 548-7020 Your unexplained leg pain could be Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Call North Big Horn Hospital Clinic, 548-5201 for testing. May be covered by insurance, Medicare or Medicaid.  'TI '_Ri, t 'Hnl ')4,spit,d"l)istricr 1115 Lane 12, Lovell, WY www.nbhh.com HOME RESPIRATORY SERVICES "O.ua(inj Care Close to 'ome" . Oxygen. CPAP , CPAP supplies For more information please call (307) 548-5238 1115 Lane 12, Love/I, WY 82431 8 a.m. - 4 p.m., 24-Hour Emergency Call Big Horn County Public Health Immunizations, Adult Health Visits, Emergency Preparedness Offices located at the Senior Centers A 417 S.2nd St. 757 Great Western  , - ) Greybull, WY Lovell, WY  ) 765-2371 548-6591 I \\;/J%. Programs and services for families I  Breastfeeding supp0rt, infant growth and development- Health ./ / ) coverage for kids with special health or genetic conditions. Medka|d / / and Kid Care applications" Infant and childhood immunizations" Commit to your health lifestyle information Dr. James Christiansen, D.D.S. James Christiansen, D.D.S. Welch Family Dentistry Office hours by appointment 307-548-7501 84 Park Ave., Lovell, WY 'N;,rtli il or,, '14bspira(isrrict North Big Horn Hospital Clinic 1115 Lane 12, Lovell MARY FREUND, NP-C Special Interests: Geriatrics & Women's Health Monday-Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-noon Appointments: 307-548-5201 www.nbhh.com