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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I July 1, 2010 www LovellChronicle com DAvm lc Members of the original Wyoming Street Athletic Club, which started and for many years ran the Mustang Days Barbecue on Main Street, gathered for a reunion Saturday at the Dorothy Nelson home in Lovell. Pictured are (front row, l-r) Katy Lytle, Cliff Revelle, Run Lytle, Jack Pearson, Elvina Jordan, Sharon Gerhardt, (back row) John Nickle, Bob and Carol Negro, Vivian Gerke, Roy Krogman, Marilyn Revelle, Don and Judy Richards, Emily and Pat Schmidt, Dorothy Nelson (in front of Pat), Gus Gerhardt, Jeff Pearson and Stuart Nelson. LeRoy E. Collingwood Sept. 22, 1934-- June 27, 2010 LeRoy E. Collingwood, 75, died Sunday, June 27, 2010, at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell. LeRoy was born Sept. 22, 1934, in Shell, to Ches- ter E. Collingwood and Ma- mie (Howe) Collingwood. LeRoy completed high school in Lovell and spent years serving overseas in Vietnam. He had many interests including cars, woodwork- ing, hunting, fishing, trav- eling and spending time with his wife and dogs. Survivors include wife Hannelore; brother Ches- ter E. (Karen) Collingwood; sisters Florence (Duane) Potter and Norma Graham; stepdaughter Conny (Har- old) Berganski and nephew Randy. doctors had found Cozzens quite badly injured, the de- cision was definitely given to the Byron scrapper. 75 YEARS AGO One of the new safety JULY 4, 1935 measures being taken by The Lovell Chronicle: the state highway depart- The Byron Wildcat's ment is the widening of fighting days may have oiled highways in the new come to an end. Lou Coz- road program. The new zens received the final deci- standard calls for a width siGn in his bout with Benny of 36 feet, and the oil mat is Yanalive at the Cody Stock- required to be two and one men's convention card, but half inches thick. These he did so at the expense of standards are becom- remaining out of the fight ing necessary with the in- game for a season, and pos- crease in power and speed sibly a year or two. Cozzens of present-day automobile received the decision over models, and the increasing Yunalive who struck a foul hazards of numerous large The Lovell Chronicle: John Gams, Jr., gave old bucko a good ride last- ing the distance during the Lovell Day Rodeo Sat- urday afternoon. Gams later rode the second bare- back the distance. (Photo shown) Queen and atten- dants on parade. Miss Ni- cola Neville, Queen of the Lovell Day Rodeo, leads her two attendants, Miss Kar- en Batzer and Miss Robin Robertson, during the pa- rade down Lovell's Main Street. (Photo shown) blow at the end of the third trucks on the highways. round. There were four de- Look what $20 to $50 cisions of the referee, fol- will buy!...as payment on lowing Cozzzens' inability the following cars. Balance to continue the fight. First, as low as $3 a week. 1928 Cozzens was given the deci- Pontiac Coach, 1929 Dodge siGn on a foul. Later, it was Sedan or a 1929 Chevrolet called a draw; next it was Coupe. At Roney Sales and iuled that Cozzens was not Service, Lovell. {ind the Denver boxer  ' ..... was given the rerdict. The""'O YEARS AGO ers and; nostalgia, high, next morning, after two " - JUNE 30, 1960 lighted by the dedication of' UW announces Dean's list 25 YEARS AGO JULY 3, 1985 The Lovell Chronicle: Dessa and John Win' terholler look on as Tim Welch sings opening num- bers during the musical pa- triotic program at the John Winterholler Gym Friday The University of Wy- Elaine Bullinger, Charles oming lists 16 students Russel Cauffman, Alethea from Big Horn County on R. Durney, Phillip M. Hoff- the 2010 spring semes- man, Kaleb J. Zier. ter academic Dean's and Byron -- Mathew T. Dean's Freshman Honor Wilder. Roll. Frannie -- Jared L. The honor roll consists Boardman. of regularly enrolled un- Greybull -- Amy dergraduates above fresh- Kathleen Feller, Sarah man standing who earned Henderson, Caleb Jen- a 3.4 or better grade point nings, Shaila Zenaida Li- average, and freshmenwho mon, Andrew Scott Mag- have earned a 3.25 or bet- stadt. ter grade point average. To Hyattville -- Joseph D. be eligible, students must Paumer. have been enrolled for a Lovell--StephenMcAr- minimum of 12 credit hours thur Anderson, Matthew taken for letter grades. M. Asay, Rachael Cox, Students are: Danielle M. Peck. Basin -- Samantha The University of Wyo- the gym in Winterholler's name. (Picture shown) Megan Bair beamed af- ter being crowned the 1985 Rose Queen at ceremonies during the performance of the Mustang Follies. Sally Despain was crowned first attendant and Krystal Ac- ton second attendant. Lightning struck the Lovell American Legion baseball field's lights last Monday evening, leaving the team's chances of play- ing double-headers in its two remaining home dates this year in question. ILovell Bible Church 1 I Worship Service  Prayer 7 am / II .00Sundayamschool IRev. Kurt McNabb I I 10:30am  548-7390 I 8th & Jersey I I Bible Lesson v , Lm.ll I ) night. The program was" filled With music, 'spbak:. ': ......  :: = ;., ., ming also lists five students from Big Horn County on the 2010 spring semes- ter Vice President's Honor Roll. The Vice President's Honor Roll consists of un- dergraduates who have completed at least six but fewer than 12 hours with a minimum 3.5 grade point average for the semester. Students are: Basin - Gary William Vollan. Burlington- Maria Mc- Niven. Deaver - Emily A. Hag- gins. Lovell - Traci L. Harri- son and Steven Hultgren. .... /I.oiJell i,mou.-,i nssembt00 of God Church 310 Idaho floe., Louell Services Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worahlp - 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 prn Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 THINKING ABOUT BUYING A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY? The Lovell Chronicle and the Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency, say investigate before you invest. Visit ftc.gov/bixopps to learn how to tell a real deal from a raw deal. [ LINE .. 754"$133 nm.-m '!: NO SHOWING JULY 4 SHOWING July 2, 3 & 5. Friday, Saturday & Monday Prince of Persia =" PG-13 EVERY NIGHT IS CARLOAD NIGHT - $10. Single Person-Only S5 :,d "I ,II Check 0:t our : M: tanSeleetinOfts!ningproduc 00$111|UlU'" II II 1  q>.L,o,_440,, =4o.al, z I I =4s-=99 Jay G. and Kaytie Hansen The memorial service honoring Jay G. and Kaytie Hansen will be Tuesday, July 6, 2010, at 1 p.m. in Lovell at St. John's Lutheran Church. Faith Southern Baptist I St. Joseph's  1 ,. Church ............. ! .................... I Catholic Church _ i 340 E 3rd St, Lovell !! :-4 t#_ Pastor Michael McKnight m Shshne Ave'" Lve'"  1 ,8-,.  I Sacdfice of the Mass Il Servioes: Sunday School 9:46 am I Sunday at 9:30 am 1 Morn. Worship 11 am Eva. Worship 6 pm I / Wed. Bible Study 7 pm I Reverend Glen Szczechowski I-,L.,I I  i ! , , ',r i i i i , , '  t Serving " .O "  '' |i Big Hom unty Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:00 am Worship stor Paula Morse 00,o,e =,udy I \\; C,urc, Wednesday Service 7:30 pm [ 111 8:ODeav6W==hip (-ltlL'''ClE-trzzIf" L ] 10:30 Lovell Worship The Lulfieran Church-Missouri Synod !ili!i ii iiiliii !iiiiiiiiii2iiihiiiF diiii Sai 1 i15i&9i30 ........ Mie at &Sift 3: iiiiiii:i!iiiii!i!ii!!i!ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii NO MATINEES SUN., JULY 4 ...... ............... ::: ::::::: ...... g 3 $la 548- 7021 www hyarttheater com Rated PG * 140 minutes Friday, July 2 7 & 9:30 pm Saturday, July 3 3&7pm ORTHOPEDICS Whitney Robinson, M.D. July 16 1-800-332-7156 UROLOGY Lawrence Klee, M.D. 1-800-332-7156 NEUROLOGY Allen Gee, M.D. August 5 307-578-1985 CARDIOLOGY Robert Zirpoli, M.D. July 13 1-406-238-2000 01"n 0500ff ,Dl,StMCt 1115 Lane 12 Lovell, WY 548-5200 ORTHOPEDICS Jimmie Bales, M.D. July 28 Please use the clinician s phone number as listed to schedule an appointment. 1-877-372-4537 ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT the North Big Horn . PODIATRIST Hospital and New Horizons Care Center provide D. Hugh Fraser, D.P.M. July 7 & 15 1-888-950-9191 FOOT CLINIC 548-5226 for appt. & info. $10 Initial Visit, $7.50 follow-up CARDIOLOGY ' James Vincent, M.D. July 27 1-406-237-8585 services to persons utilizing the facilities without discrimination based on race, color, national origi , age, sex, religion or handicap. www.nbhh.com ,,I, iI I:',! ,II; !.,, r:II, I.|,,161 [] ll,II !l!il!lillli:IIll1|:l!;l., I l,, Jll.lfII|il.IIIllll,II l:l r I ' ; : ]'I[ ' ' ! ''i ;];f ,r[ "' 1 iS :, ,, !]i!!!IiI tI .dJ,:,. ItIIIIIMIWIItt,