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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 27, 2010 www. LovellChronicle.com School district sells home ec cottage to Byron BY BRAD DEVEREAUX A new business in Byron will be able to proceed with further plan- ning following action at the Big Horn County School District No. 1 School Board meeting Thursday, May 20. The school board made a motion to sell the home ec cottage in Byron to the Town of Byron. The town has plans to lease the building to Positive Progressions for use as a mental health facility. The district voted to sell the building to the town for $10 in a first right of refusal contract, which would give the school dis- trict the option of purchasing the building back in the event that Positive Progressions (or another business) is unsuccessful while us- ing the building. Board member Paul Rasmus- sen said though the building has some value to the district and it could possibly be converted into a home, the board felt a business moving into the available building would be a benefit to everyone. "We feel like we did the right thing and we could get over some of the bad feelings we've had and get back to where those feelings weren't there," Rasmussen said in an interview Monday. "I felt like the board was trying to do the right thing for the people of By- ron." He said the reason for the sale wasn't to please the people of By- ron, but said he hopes it helps "mend fences." Superintendent of Schools Shon Hocker said the board is op- timistic that the sale will work out well and the planned facility would provide much-needed serv- ices to northwest Wyoming. The Byron School Facilities Committee was to meet with Nate Cook of Positive Progressions Tuesday at 5 p.m. to discuss fur- ther plans of the business, accord- ing to Bret George. The committee met last week with a grant writer and the Wy- oming Business Council. George said the group still has concerns about funding for the project and might know more following Tues- days meeting. Kirsten Annette Jackson July 10, 1952- May 10, 2010 Kirsten Annette Jack- son died while surrounded by her family on Tuesday, May 10, 2010, after a cou- rageous yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. She was born July 10, 1952, to Leslie W. and Pa- tricia A. Cline in Scotts- bluff, Neb. She moved with her family to Lovell in 1957 where she attended Lovell schools and graduated in 1970. She attended North- west Community College from 1970-71. Kirsten married Ste- phen R. Jackson at the First Baptist Church of Powell on June 2, 1972, and the couple had four children. She spent the early part of her married life raising their children at home. In the early 1990s Kirsten entered the working field where she started to de- velop many friendships. She took a job in 1994 as a paraprofessional at Park County School District No. 1 where she touched the lives of many children and co-workers alike. She worked with the district for 19 years. Kirsten enjoyed many simple things in life in- cluding crafts, working in her yard and taking care of friends and family. Nothing was more important to her than spending time with family. The majority of her spare time was spent with her children and grandchil- dren, who she loved dear- ly. She touched the lives of many individuals and she will forever be remem- bered in the hearts of many for her loving care, friend- liness, beautiful smile, love for the color red and spend- ing time with her. family. To the family she will be remembered as "Nana." She was preceded in death by her son, Eric An- thony Jackson; father Les- lie Warren Cline; moth- er-in-law Alberta Bernice Jackson and brother-in-law Stan Lee Jackson. Survivors include her husband, Stephen R. Jack- son of Powell; mother Pa- tricia A. Cline of Powell; brother Gary (Linda) Cline of Lovell; brother Sanford (JoEllen) Cline of Pow- ell; daughter Stephanie A. Warren (John) of Powell; son Todd S. Jackson (Lau- [a) of Cody; daughter Kay- is: A Sullivan (Brandon) U I ' " o Powell; her four grand- children Kyler and Korbyn Warren, Averi Jackson and Peyton Sullivan, as well as many nieces and nephews. Funeral services have taken place at First Baptist Church in Powell. Memo- rial donations in Kirsten's name may be made to First National Bank, PO Box 907, Powell, WY, 82435 or at any branch. Jennifer Elaine Thomas McDougall March 30, 1980- May 16, 2010 Jennifer McDougall, 30, of Spring, Texas, died tragi- cally along with her unborn baby girl on the morning of Sunday, May 16, 2010. Jennifer was born March 30, 1980, in Powell, to James and Marie (Neves) Thomas. She grew up in Lovell with her four broth- ers, Jason, William, Scott and Timothy. She was ac- tive in many activities in- cluding 4-H, high school athletics, choir and school newspaper and was a candy striper. She graduated from Lovell High School in 1998 and attended Northwest College for a short time. She moved to Missoula, Mont., in 1999 and worked as a nanny. She loved being a nanny and the family she took care of loved her. She then returned to Wyoming and started a family. Jennifer married Mi- chael A. McDougall on June 28, 2003. They relocat- ed to Denver, where Mike worked as a petroleum en- gineer. Jennifer graduat- ed with honors from Parks College as a medical assis- tant in 2004 with a 4.0 GPA and first in her class. She worked in dialysis until she left to care for her growing family. She enjoyed help- ing people through their lengthy dialysis procedures even though the patients oftentimes were unpleasant to work with. In August of 2009, they moved to Spring, Texas, in the Houston area as Mike transferred to the engineering office there. Jennifer was the loving mother of three children, Kirk, Paige and Jacob, and was excited to add another girl to the family who would be named Gwineth Elaine. She was a good friend with a cheerful personality and caring spirit. She enjoyed helping other people and her greatest joy was her children. Jennifer is survived by her children, Kirk, Paige and Jacob McDougall; par- ents James and Marie Thomas of Lovell; broth- ers Jason (Darby) Thomas of Bridger, William (Grace) Thomas of Missoula, Scott (Dana) Thomas of Wor- land and Timothy Thom- as of Lakewood, Colo.; and her paternal grandparents, Ivan and Arthea Thomas of Shell, She is also survived by 13'nieces and hep hews: She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Owen and Vivian Neves of Burling- ton. Funeral services were held at the LDS church in Lovell on Monday, May 24 , with burial following near her maternal grandparents at the Burlington Ceme- tery. A viewing was held on May 23 at Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell. The family is very ap- preciative of all the love, prayers and support that have been offered in this difficult time. A memorial account has been set up at Big Horn Federal in Lovell. Big Horn Federal Bank Attn: Jennifer Thomas McDougall Memorial Fund PO Box 218 Lovell, WY 82431. Clarence E. Smith Feb. 20, 1926 - May 19, 2010 Clarence Edward Smith was born Feb. 20, 1926, two miles west of Bonnie View School in Golden Val- ley County, N.D. He was the third child of 11 born to Art and Elda Alice (Terry) Smith. When Clarence was three weeks old, the fam- ily moved four miles east of Bonnie View, which is now the Stedman Feedlot. The Smiths lived there until they dried out in 1936 and they moved to Savage in the spring of 1937. Clarence started chool at Indian Hill in Golden Val- ley County, N.D., then at- tended Midway School in Crane, Mont. for two years. He finished his schooling in Savage, Mont. Clarence married Bet- ty Jean Sperry on Oct. 7, 1950. On January 3, 1951, Clarence was drafted into the U.S. Army. He served in Germany for 22 months, returning home in January 1953. Clarence and Betty farmed and ranched in the Trotters area for 56 years. In 1962 they bought the Her- sten Burcheett place and in 1963 built a new home on the place where they resided un- til their retirement. Clarence was a member of the Trotters Community Church. He enjoyed his fam- ily, his grandchildren and riding a good horse. Clarence died peacefully on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, at the Sidney Health Center Extended Care Facility. He is survived by his son, Eugene Smith, Sid- ney, Mont.; daughters Pat- ti (Lee) Hutchinson, Lovell, and Tara (Edward) Skaar, Sidney; brother Roy Smith, Terry, Mont.; sisters Glad- ys Ler, Terry, Mont., Flossie Watson, Billings, and Jean- nie (Frank) Merchant, White Wood, S.D.; seven grandchil- dren and eight great-grand- children. Clarence was preceded in death by his spouse, Bet- ty; his parents; daughter- in-laW 'Gu'[  Smit; brothers Ben, Pete and Raymond; and twin sisters. A memorial service for Clarence Smith is scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday, May 28, at the Fulkerson Memorial Chapel with Pastor David Meehan from the Ebenezer Congregational Church of- ficiating. Interment of cre- mains will be held at a later date at the Sunnyside Cem- etery. 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. [Lovell Bible Church] Worship Service  Prayer 7 am | 9:00 am Rev. Kurt McNabb ] | Sunday School | 10:30 am 548.7390 | ] Bible Lesson Lovell J 6 pm 8th & Jersey I Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. , Lovell, WY J Dally Mass: Noon Sacrament of Confession: 4-5 pm Saturday (1 $acdflce of the Mass Sat.: 5:15 prn; Sun.: 9:30 am I Faith Southern Baptist Church 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell [::i Pastor Michael MeKnight i! 548-6561 6ervloes: Sundey School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 prn L0uell ssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho fle., Looell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship - 10:50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 prn Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm www.LovellAssemblyofGod.org Rev. Dan $arvis 548-7105 Vidao_  got'o 240E. Main* 548-2599 Hundreds of /,l-o,lV4 ' starting at ,_I.iF/. Saturday- Sunday, Monday May 29, 30 & 31, 2010 sale \\; $howtime 8:45pm or dark 111g#111'8 !i SHOWING May 28 - 31. Friday thru Monday Iro n M an 2 EVERY NIGHT IS CARLOAD NIGHT - $10. Single Person-O=]y $5 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7.'30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod [ r .' Serving Northern  / ig Hom County ?flethodlst 86 years at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship WY theater hours. Please excuse look forward to serving yOU phaseS. times In observance of Memorial Day, flowers may be placed on graves at the Lovell Cemetery, through Thurs., June 3. 548"7021www.hyarttheater.com LETTERS TO JULIET Rated PG 106 minutes Friday, May 28, 7 pm SatuMay, May 29 3&7pm Comina UD: /ron Man 2 Shrek Forever After