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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 30, 2019 + GREAT AMERICAN CHALLENGE RYAN FITZMAURICE From left stand Maddy McCollam, Kaylee Christiansen, Lauren Bassett, Emma Collins, Emma Sponsel, Lily George, Layla Gardner, Cash Wassmer and William Fuller. The students, who succeeded at the Great American Challenge, successfully recited the Gettysburg Address, the names of all 45 presidents, the National Anthem and the Preamble of the Constitution of the United States. They also were able to locate and spell all states and their capitals, and write out the Pledge of Allegiance. BY MANDEE LEONHARDT her baby in a stroller also A few citizen concerns come across the end of the were discussed at the May sidewalk unexpectedly, al- 14 Cowley Town Council most causing the baby to meeting, along with the fall out of the stroller. water tower project. "What started as an Josh Sponsel appeared eyesore four years ago has at the meeting to discuss an "accident zone'Y oh one now become an accident zone," said Sponsel. "Safe- ty concerns should trump putting a pad around the pool." of Cowley's sidewalks. Ac- cording to citizens, more than a few accidents have happened on this side- walk, which comes to a sudden end. Children have Mildred Stahle Asay "We are looking for the funding; that's all I can promise," said Peterson. The council looked over the minutes from the last session and the bills to be paid, which were both passed and approved. Frank Page was at the meeting once again, to discuss the progress on the water tower proj- Page said one tank supplier has requested that an alternative to the Elevated Steel Tank spec- ification with a spheroid configuration be allowed, June 13, 1916 - May 25, 2019 Beloved mother, grand- mother and great-grand- which isn't just a cost is- sue. A new foundation de- sign and constructabil- ity issues would need to be considered, and a new DEQ permit might need to mother Mildred Stahle Asay died peacefully on May 25, 2019, in Provo, Utah, atthe age of 102. M!ldred was born in Parley s Park, Utah, on June 13, 1916, to George J. Stah- le and Bertha Hollenweger Stahle.The fourth of sev- en children, she was raised on a dairy farm and went to school in a two-room schoolhouse. Mildred's best childhood memories were of gathering around the pi- ano with her family and lis- tening to her mother sing Mildred was active in community service, includ- ing volunteering for 4-H in Nevada and Utah. Her training in home econom- ics started a lifelong inter- est and study of health and nutrition. She met O. Harris Asay while visiting her sister Carmen McArthur in Lovell. After writing letters for months, they married in the Salt Lake Temple on June 3, 1942. Mildred and Harris worked hard, built a suc- cessful farm and raised nine children in Lovell. Mil- dred was known as a won- derful cook. She had a lot of and yodel. Mildred graduated from and at election polling plac- Utah State University in es. She was involved with 1939. She taught home eco- the Daughters of the Utah nomics and other subjects Pioneers and championed Mayor Joel Peterson ect. The pre-bid meeting be submitted, Page said. responded, saying the is- was held Thursday, May Bids will be rejected practice, cooking over the sue has been addressed 9, drawing 16 people. The if costs are too high and years for her children, hired and is being worked into bids will be opened on awarded if costs are in farm workers and many efforts at her independent living residence to provide blankets to the needy. She had many talents. Mildred was well-known for her beautiful penman- ship and was asked to in- wrecked bikes, and in one case a mother pushing the budget. May30. budget, visitors. Everyone loved to North Big Horn Hospital continues to see revenue climb scribe certificates for many organizations. She enjoyed North Big Horn Hos- pital's numbers stayed BYRYAN F URICE able budget amount, with . tance from EMTworkers. the North Big Horn Hos- acute treatment being the"We know it has saved pital staff at the end of highest profit source forpeople's backs," Schroed-March as the Business Of- the hospital, recording er said. fice Manager. painting, gardening, sewing, reading scriptures, holding babies and eating ice cream. Mildred was hard work- ing, faithful and selfless. She possessed physical strength, but her strength of character was unmatched. Mildred is survived by her children Clark (Christy) Asay, Cheryl (Max) Esplin, Karin (Fen) Simmons, Bruce (Diane) Asay, Stanley (Jan) strong in June. June patient volumes didn't reach the heights the hospital saw in March, but still painted a rosy pic- ture for the hospital. 582,000 of profit in June. Operating expens- es were also favorable for June by 5230,000. Twenty-five acute pa- tients were admitted in June, eight short of March. Asay, Layne (Shelley) Asay, Gaylen Asay, Sylvia (Ran- dall) Barney and Eric (Vicki) Asay. She has been a great example to 37 grandchil- dren and 92 great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband O. sit at her table and eat her pies, fresh-from-her-gar- den dishes and her famous caramels. Mildred served faith- fully in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints all of her life, holding many 525,000 was also ap- A contract with Still- callings and influencingHarris Asay. proved to replace the hos- water Hospice was signed others with the strengthA service will take pital's air compressor. The last week. The partnership of her testimony. She and place June 1 at 10 a.m. at the current unit has been de-between NBHH and the Harris served a full-time Church of Jesus Christ of termined a danger to em-Billings based company mission in Puerto Rico.Latter-day Saints in Lovell. ployee safety due to old will provide care for criti- age. cally ill patients within the "We are really busy," North Big Horn Hospital Rick Schroeder said. "We Ten swing bed patients Finally, the hospi- North Big Horn area. The are very grateful to the were admitted, four lesstal board approved the contract included general community." than in the prior month,spending of S129,517 to re- inpatient services as well According to figures The board approved place a skylight damagedas ambulance services. released at the hospi- $30,000 for a hydraulic by the hailstoi m last sum-Sports physicals will taps May 22 regular board self-loading cot, which will mer. The hospital has albe held on June 5 and Au- Dylan Cole Wardell May 20, 2019 - May 22, 2019 Just 38 hours after coming into this world, Dylan meeting, total gross rev- replace the ambulance'sready received funds from gust 7, from 1 to 4 p.m. on Cole Wardell went enue was favorable by current power cot, which their iqsurance for the both days, for the cost of to his heaven- 5417,00. Inpatient ser- has reached the end of its replacement. 520. Physicals will be per- ly home. Born 11 vices was the driver forlife. The cot will be able to Other news: formed on a first come, weeks early and 66 percent of the favor- lift patients without assis-Travis Hfibbell joined first served basis weighing only 3 pounds, 1 ounce, Dylan was able to strongly grip his loving parents' fingers. Dylan held strong allowing his most Left to cherish his immediate family to also memory are his beloved feel his incredible grip. parents, Mack Curtis and [HELLO[ Dylan had a full head Jessica Wardell; paternal of beautiful dark hair and grandparents Mack and the cutest button nose. He Bonnie Wardell; mater- [SUNSHINE] loved to wiggle his hands nal grandparents, Francis and feet at everyone, some- and Tina Kelly. Dylan also [']-[ME TO SPR[NG [ thing his mother can attest leaves behind 16 aunts and IN to. Dylan loved his dad's uncles; 22 cousins and 10 .FOR A NEW 'DOI deep soothing voice and his second cousins. i ! 1 j Ser ingNorther ]WeGotthe Look] mother's soft touch. Both Dylanhadaprivatefu- of his parents got to spend neral with his immediate ][ ]] A Big HornCounty] ]Mon.-Sat. by appt.I time holding and cuddling family on Saturday, May J-- ILISAGILBERT] him. Dylan only really cried 25,2019. He was laid to rest of God iv[ 307-548-7311 j when the doctors needed Tuesday, May 28, 2019, at !!!- ' l[ ] l!i deeplyt takehimback'loved by family and the Mount View Cemetery. / 103 ] [] 310UI oMe. Lovell l] at the coY22r2f In his two short days On June 2, between 10 t[ Park&Shoshone, Lovell,here on earth he touched a.ml - 1 p.m Jessica and II Sor,o, II 1 ~x~X []307-548-7478 / Iiii so many lives and was Curtis invite the public to a II Morning Worship-10:5OAM II Celebration of Life at Faith [[ Sunday Night -- 6:30 PM [1 friends. His life was a brief Chapel in Billings, Mont Rev. Kurt McNabb [[ Wed. Bible Study--7[u II ~ [t Reverend l "--,IllMelindaPenry I ~: ?: : I 307-548-7390 / located at 517 Shiloh Rd. forgotten. Billings MT 59106. / 56E. Main St Lovell [ II Rev. DanJarvis II ]V Sunday: 11AM / gift to us that will never be ~ www.lovellbiblechurchwy.net J [[ 548-7105 J] " . -I Death Notice yourphoto call 307-548-2217 emil photes, cbrenicle@gmaU.com Lynn Russell Snell Lynn Russell Snell, 65, of Saturday, June 1, 11 a.m. at Powell, died Saturday, May the Church of Jesus Christ of 25, 2019 Services will held Latter Day Saints in Powell. Flowers placed are not in For mowing, trimming and safety purposes all items including flowers, pinwheels, shepherd hooks, baskets, etc. that are next to the cement bases and are not in receptaCles will be removed.