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www. LovellChronicle.com July 22, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 3 Cowley news DRUE TEBBS-MEEK 548-6901 The Pioneer celebration is Fri- day and Saturday, July 23 and 24. There are not only many fun town events, but also many family re- unions. Some that I know of are the Whalen reunion, the Meeks reunion, the Welch reunion, and many more. As our relatives come from far away to help celebrate the all-school reunion, the community members are making ready for friends and classmates. The prep- aration has been time consuming, and has been very hard work for all the committees involved, but we all look forward to the splen- did weekend we have prepared for and welcome all as we congregate to celebrate with our loved ones. Lisa Wilson and her daughter, Stephanie Coble, have a new busi- ness, begun last November, that is making quite an impression on customers. Lisa said that she got the idea when she realized she didn't really like the harsh soap and body bath products that were available so she decided to make her own. She and Stephanie went on eBay and bought some prod- ucts and began experimenting with various scents. The two wom- en make their own line of bath and body products containing shea oil, other oils and cocoa butter at Lisa's home.: They call the new business Sugar House. Sugar House offers bath soap, bar soap, body butter, hand and body lo- tion, sugar scrubs, bath melts and tizzies in various bakery scents. Lisa also offers wonderful men's scents. I, of course, tried all the scents and my favorite is called "Pear Champagne," ibut the other scents are all wonderful. ;% 0 the news Violet's Custom Cakes is one of the newest businesses in Cowley. The body butter is delicious on your skin. For details contact Lisa at (307)545-2604, e-mail her at sugar- houseluxuries@gmail.com or find her on Facebook. Justin and Annette Moss moved to Cowley about three weeks ago with their three children, son Trace, 7, who will be in second grade this year, daughter MacKelle, 5, who will attend preschool, and young son Ma- son, 1. They live in the late Nellie Rasmussen's home. The family moved from the Mud Lake, Idaho, region where Justin taught mid- dle school math for six years at the West Jefferson School District. His good friend Toby Christiansen, who grew up in Lovell, introduced him to this area a couple of years ago. The area impressed Justin and Annette and Justin has been hired to teach middle school math at the new Rocky Moun- tain 6-12 School. He is also helping coach football. I learned that Annette Vio- let Moss is a cake decorator/de- signer. She showed me a mag- azine called "Cake Central" that featured one of her beau- tiful cakes and also showed me a photo album of some of her designs. She is a fabulous art- ist and creates custom made cakes. An astonishing fact is that she has been doing this for only a year or so. There were wedding cakes of vari- ous designs in the album, Hal- loween cakes, Garfield, worms, dolls and John Deere tractors, just to mention a few. She is making the cake for the ribbon ceremony at the school this Friday. Annette's company name is Vi- olet's Custom Cakes and can be reached at violetscustomcakes@hot- mail.corn or 548-2002. Also, check out her Website at www.violetscus- tomcakes.blogspot.com. A warm welcome to the Moss family. We hope you enjoy our small community and have great success in -your vocations and personal lives. Whalens celebrate 60th anniversary Sidney and Pat Whalen are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. They met while attending high school in Cowley, Wyoming and were married in Bill- ings on July 20, 1950. They are the parents of four children, Bob, Bill, Pat Jr. and Colleen, and have six grandsons and five great-grandchildren. They currently reside in St. George, Utah. Sidney and Pat Anderson to wed Aulick Jerry and Terri Ander- son have announced the marriage of their son, Mat- thew David Anderson, to Megan Ann Aulick, daugh- ter of Craig and Jean Au- lick of Olathe, Kan., Thurs- day July 29, in the Denver Colorado Temple. A reception will be held in their honor on Saturday, Aug. 7, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Lovell Stake Center. The couple will re- side in Omaha, Neb., where Matt will continue his stud- Matt and Megan ies at Creighton Dental School. Adey and Muller wedding set for July 31 in Lovell Travis and Tamara Adey announce the mar- riage of their daughter, Bai- ley, to Robbie Muller, son of Paul Muller. The wedding will be held Saturday, July 31, at the Lovell Communi- ty Center. The couple plans to re- side in Lovell after their marriage. Robbie is em- ployed at Georgia-Pacitic and Bailey plans to attend school at Northwest Col- lege in the fall. Bailey and Robbie Senior.center chatter ,,q 1 1 *1 t I yron news Newcomers Club had deep fjords, rock walls and the second of their twice- high cliffs, unspoiled by a-month card playing ses- tourism as though it were GARY GRUELL been running for a couple lem with the seemingly un- p.m. This has worked pret- sions on Thursday, July 15. still the ll00s. It felt as ! 548-2220 of weeks. That's probably controlled barking at our ty effectively. Secretary Marilyn Revelle though it was still in its i The past few days the due to the water level be- home. On one occasion, one I recently received an- reports that it was a pret- ancient state as the group town clerk's office has been ing too low to begin with. of our neighbors called in other call from a neighbor ty quiet day, with no fights toured the various ruins t bombarded withcomplaints If you honestly feel that the wee hours of the morn- about a barking dog, and breaking out. The winner on and castles, almost as if no from many residents who you should not be subject ing complaining ofcontinu- when I went outside I dis- the bridge side was Lorece one had walked there since are being charged for use of ditch watering service. The $15 fee began July 1 and has been pending for several months. A good percentage of those complaining are legit because they do not use the open ditch system for irri- gation purposes; they ei- ther use a well or treated water. I have a well that does not meet the water demands, therefore I also use treated water. I, too, received the initial state- ment. The clerk's office is not 100 percent sure who does or who does not use the ditches. Even though I do not use the ditch, I will pay the first month's fee main- ly due to the fact that my water well, for whatever reason, doesn't have wa- ter until the ditch has to this new ordinance, feel free to contact the clerk's office, and a determination will be reached upon prop- er investigation. There is another ordi- nance that addresses dog (pet) obedience. In this or- dinance, owners are re- quired to contain their dogs at all times and are respon- sible for barking. All along, our dogs for the most part have been confined with- in our yard. Occasionally, someone will forget to close the gate and, of course, the dogs think this freedom is for them. Our neighbors and the police have been very helpful in letting us know of their brief freedom as they are quickly nabbed and placed back into the yard without further inci- dent. We have had a prob- ous barking from our yard. Upon investigation, sure enough one of our dogs was barking his fool head off and to make matters worse, he wouldn't respond to my demands to stop. After finally getting him inside and him getting his punishment, I went back outside to see what he was barking at. Sure enough, he was barking at another dog who was at large. After that incident, we purchased bark collars, solar collars, zapping stingers, and we were finally able to control the excessive barking. That particular dog has the intel- ligence of a bag of rocks, and is one of the most stubborn dogs on earth. To prevent any more discomfort for us or our neighbors we finally started to have them inside the house not later than 10 Joshua's football career. Josh had played for the Wyoming Wranglers, a semi-pro football team out of Cheyenne and a mem- ber of the Colorado Foot- ball Conference. During his three-year tenure with the Wranglers their record was a whopping 0-24. This past season he was transferred to the Wolf Pack in Loveland, Colo. In Loveland, he has played ev- ery game and with a win on July 31, the team will en- ter the playoffs tied for first place in the conference. As always, have a great and safe week. covered it was several dogs Doerr, and on the pinochle the early peoples who had i at large causing a commo- side was Shari Loegering. created them. t tion. Congratulations, ladies. Another awe-inspiring t ** ** ** Also Senior Center Di- feeling for Denise was the I In the past there have rector Denise Andersen is pride she felt in her Irish been a few individuals who back at the helm after a heritage, as well as an in- 1 have asked about my son two week vacation. She has tense prideof being an ' ; l mm l l l l mm mm mm l i l l m mm mm l l i i l mm mm mm i ~ I , Wish , ," Ireta Musgrave ," Big Horn County Commissio " Happy 99th Birthday i ', , i , on , I LUUlILyl Wt~ ,' Thursday, July 22! ' ! II ELECT BARRY WILS KE BIG HORN COUNTY COMMISSIONER CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? DL ~e~oev STEWART UROLOG'CAL Semo=s oe Nom'm.i W'tom% PC Specializing in the "no needle~no scapel technique." 15 minute office procedure, Frequently done on Friday with the possibility of back to light-duty work on Monday. Dr. 6rc~jory Stuart Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. Clinic# held in PoweU Basin - Big Horn Clinic Greybull - Midway Clinic Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Holpit~. VA patienta accepted with prior approval. 225 W. YettOWSTO,e Ave., Su,~ 9 Coev, rt To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 Responsible Dedicated Equal representation for the entire county /fl I will work for yo . returned from a trip to Ire- land, the land of her heri- tage. She went with her mother, Donna (O'Mara) Holder of Cody. It has been a life-long dream of Donna's to visit Ireland. Denise and her mother went there on a tour hosted by Vic Miller of KTVQ News. There were four sets of mothers and daughters going on the tour together, as well as about 36 others. What especially ira- pressed Denise was that she said Ireland looked exactly as she had always imag- ined it would, with its lush greenness, grazing sheep, American. "The Irish people love America and Americans," she said, "and that made me feel extra proud. The whole experience was quite an adventure for me." Denise said it was fun to have been an ambassa- dor for Lovell. She thanks our local Chamber of Com- merce for giving her Rose City pins before she left. These she shared with all on the tour, most of whom were from Montana. "I thoroughly expect some of them to come vis- it Lovell and see what we :have to offer," Denise said. Paid by Ban'/Wilske t i Friday, July 23, 2010 4:00- 7:00 pm 252 Oregon Ave. Lovell No glfts please ,! ..= ~ - r i