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.... J I .... J. L . . .... L, i , , ' ! I [i 1!! 'Lr'!iiliA!J!]:l! I).',I,!IL, iNII',tlI',,!I.ILI:!!IIIHI!II!I!!I[;.!=II Ir, l!r,!lll!ILl,.]l_lllNl"|!!MlllllillmglHllRmillqlill ..... , 2 I The Lovell Chronicle I May 31, 2012 Henry Alfred Boyles Feb. 2I, 1928 - May 24, 2012 , Henry Alfred Boyles was born to T Elmer and May (McCormick) Boyles on Feb. 21, 1928, in Hawar- den, Iowa. He died on May 24, 2012, at the age of 84 at the New Horizons Care : Center in Lovell. ' As a child, Henry en- "joyed working on a farm owned by his parents. He was skilled at many things as an adult but most en- joyed owning a service sta- tion and working as a me- * chanic. He could fix many things and enjoyed doing that as a service to others. Henry married Alona Arlene Waterman in Ha- warden, Iowa, on March 28, 1948. Together they raised four children, Sandra (Re- janaul) Pelletier, Lonnie (Denise), Michael and Julie King. He had 13 grandchil- dren and 16 great-grand- children Henry was a lifelong member of the National Hunting Association. His greatest love was spend- ing time in the mountains where he could take in all the beauty it has to offer while fishing and hunt- ing. Throughout his life, he made many memorable hunting trips to Wyoming and had always desired to move west. In the mid- 1990s, Henry fulfilled that dream by moving to Lovell to be near the mountains. He purchased a small house and lived a happy, full life hunting, fixing cars and driving out to the habi- tat or up to the mountain to view the wildlife. Shortly after moving to Lovell, Henry formed a special relationship with his neighbors, Dave and Sharon Phelps, and be- came a grandpa to their children, Shelby (Jason) Happe, Sierra and Der- ek. Henry appointed him- self chauffeur for these children and took them to and from school for over 15 years until his illness started in November 2011. Henry attended many sporting events, school and church programs to watch his "kids" perform. Henry had a ready smile for any child and loved laughing at the antics of children. Henry's life was blessed with other special relation- ships. Those included his nephew, Darvin (Peggy) Boyles of Idaho Falls, and his best friend, hunting, and fishing buddy "Old Baldy," Art Camarena. Henry led a simple life but deeply touched those with the fortune to have known him. Thank you to those who brought him much joy and happiness. He was truly blessed. Funeral services were held Monday, May 28, at Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell. Burial was in the Penrose Cemetery. Con- dolences may be sent to the family online at www. haskellfuneralhome.com. Benny Ramos Montanez Jan. 26, 1921 - May 8, 2012 Benny R. Montanez . went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on May 8, 2012. He was born Jan. 26, 1921, in Denver and raised in Lovell. He resided there un- til he joined the United States Army and served in the Philippines from 1944- 1945. He also served in the United States Air Force Re- serves, where he was a part of the 2347th, the 452nd bomb wing, and the 451st amphibian truck company. During his service he was an amphibian truck driver and a sharpshooter carbine. He participated in battles in the North Solomans, in the Southern Philippines and in Luzon. He received many deco- rations during his service, including the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with one Bronze Star, the Asiatic Pa- cific Campaign Medal with Bronze Arrowhead, the American Campaign Med- al, the World War II Vic- tory Medal and the Good Conduct Medal. After his time in the service Benny moved to Santa Aria, Calif. and re- sided there for 29 years until he returned to Lovell in March of 1972. He re- turned to California in 1975 and settled into Escondido, where he resided until his death. He was preceded in death by his father, Gue- n0belo Montanez; mother, iidra  .''+ ' Ramos Montanez; wife, Esther Felix Mon- tanez; daughter, Sally Berela; and grandson, Jo- seph Berela. He was also preceded in death by his brother Phillip and Josefa Montanez; sister Senona and Frank Padilla; brother Manuel and Aurora Mon- tanez, brother Paul and Bessie Montanez; sister Teresa Montanez; nephew Robert Contresa; and sister Mary Contresa. He is sur- vived by his son, Benny F. Montanez, and daughters Anna Jean Smith (Tom) and Gloria Zamora (Recar- do), plus eight grandchil- dren and nine great-grand- children. He worked at E1 Taro Marine Base as a heavy equipment operator and re- tired in November of 1971 He also worked at Surefit on Main Street in Santa Ana, Calif. and the 76 Gas Station at the corner of Ed- inger and Flower Street. He was involved in the Men on a Mission organization and helped build church- es in Tecate, Tiajuana and other places in Mexico. He also helped build in Hawaii, Canada, Oregon and Cali- fornia. He did missionary work in the California and Mexi- co jails. He was also a mem- ber of the American Legion Post 0149. A memorial service was held Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at +12 p.m.: at H/rb0r Lawn-Mt. Olive Memorial Park and Mortuary in Cos- ta Mesa, Calif. POWELL AQUATIC CENTER Ernest Roy Howe, Aug. 22, 1914- May 26, 2012 Ernest Roy Howe, of Billings, died Saturday, May 26, 2012, at the age of 97. Born Aug. 22, 1914, in Shell, son of Eddie Claude and Josephine (Milward) Howe, he was one of eight children: having four sis- ters and three brothers. He was raised on Beaver Creek and attended school in that area (lower Beaver School), located on the family ranch. On April 2, 1938, he married Shirley Campbell in Red Lodge. They lived and farmed in Deaver, where they had three chil- dren. Faith Southern Baptist Church 340 E. 3rd St., Lovel Pastor Michael McKnight 548-6561 Services: Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm Louell flssemblg  of God Church 310 Idaho flue., Logell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship -- 10:50 am .... sunday Night - 6:50 rm :" ' WeB. Bible Study_ 7 pfrt ' " Rev. Din' Jarvis 548-7105 CITY OF POWELL LIFEGUARDING COURSES Classes held June 4-June 8 8:00am to 5:00pm at Powell Aquatic Center He worked for the Deaver Irrigation District and on the Japanese reloca- tion center at Heart Moun- tain, at the Wyoming High- way Department and was a government packer for Yel- lowstone Park Service, han- dling a string of 10 mules. He also worked for Weaver Construction and the sugar company in Lovell. For a number of years he had a country-western band called the Wyoming Wranglers. He played the fiddle and the band was well known in the Deaver/ Powell area. Ernest and Shirley were divorced in 1964 and he moved to Billings. On March 5, 1965, he married Julia E. Johnson in Sheri- dan. In Billings he worked for Yellowstone Exhibition (now Metra) as grounds superintendent starting in 1965 until he retired in March 1977. During his tenure as grounds superin- tendent, he became known for the beautiful flowers, especially petunias and sweet peas, on the grounds as well as at his residence, which was located on the fairgrounds midway. After retiring he returned several summers, assisting on vari- ous projects on the grounds, but especially the growing of flowers. He was baptized at 89 years old in the Sea of Cor- tes, San Felipe, Baja, Mexi- co while visiting his daugh- ter. He was a member of Elks, AARP and PERS. Ernest died at Aspen Meadows nursing home where he had been a resi- dent for four years There, he was fondly known to the staff as their "singing cow- boy." The family wants to extend thanks to the staff for his care at Aspen Mead- OWS. Survivors include his wife Julia of 47 years; two daughters, Janeen (Sam) Sefren of Apache Junction, Ariz., and Saundra (Curtis) Martin of San Felipe, Baja, Mexico; son Eddie Sam (Ju- die) of Gillette; eight grand- children; 13 great-grand- children and numerous nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place Memorial services will be held at a later date. Memorials may be sent to the Yellowstone Val- ley Animal Shelter, 1735 Monad Rd., Billings, MT 59102, or a charity of your choice Arrangements are by Cremation & Funeral Gal- lery. Condolences may be sent to the family at www. cfgbillings.com through "Our Families." St. Joseph's i Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave, Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday at 11:30 am Reverend Glen Szczechowski 5 & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Ctwistopfier Brandt 9:00 am Worship Service 10:15 am Bible Study WednesdaY Service7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Tlle Bible Church ] Sunday School lev. Kurt McNabb| 10:30am  561. Main l Bible Lesson  Lovell 1 6 pm 1 J I/ Serving Northern /,+ Big Horn County I I United A " I II Mvthodst [ I t' I 11 Chu'ch 1 II el t , ,ea= I II II at the corner of I 00ar00,Shoshone,,ove,, I/"% II PastrPaulaMrse I \\;  lJ , Cl?urch: 548-7478 I ,:tl  ;;3; Deaverworship ' L t  " 1:30 Lovell Worsfiip IE LINE TImMre 754-5133  Showtime :OOpm or dark SHOWING June 1-4. Friday tlu Monday AVr:00Gr:.RS ;ii I .... ,Summer I H , ours I 0 day - Saturday: ::: : ........... I  8 am - 9 pm '= / ,, " Sunday 1 ; 9 am-5 pm l I Red Apple l , t 9 East Main, Love& Wyoming I  iB Im !1 II lOB II II II II IBm HI li lm i IBm i i IBm  548-7021www.,, MARVEL The Avengers Rated PG-13 143 minutes Friday, June 1 7 & 9:30 pm Saturday, June 2 3&7pm The Town of Lovell is providing an alternative to Open Burning at a Drop Site Open daily, 8am = 8pm To drop your vegetative waste off drive north on Shoshone Ave., cross the railroad tracks and follow the signs or call Town Hall, 548-6551, for directions. DO NOT leave waste at CONSTITUTION PARK VEGETATIVE WASTE ONLY! No metal or rubber material. WANTED: 5 HOMES TO APPLY MT. STATES COMPOSITE SIDING 5 homeowners in this general area will be given the opportunity to have MT. STATES COMPOSITE SIDING Applied to their home with decorative trim at a very low cost. This amazing new product has captured the interest of homeowners throughout the United States who are fed up with constant painting and maintenance costs. Backed with fade and lifetime material warranty, and providing full insulation, summer and winter, this product can be installed on every type of home. It comes in a choice of colors and is now being offered to the local market. Your home can be a showplace in your vicinity. We will make it worth your while if we can use your home. Financing Available WAC "Offer Limited-CALL NOW!" 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