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e I The Lovell Chronicle August 6, 2015 Brown new manager'at Lovell Building Center BY DAVID PECK A man with many years of experience in the build- ing trade is the new gen- eral manager at the Lovell Building Center. Scotty Brown of Powell is now “minding the store” at 143 E. Main. Brown grew up in Simi Valley, Calif, but began to visit the Big Horn Basin during a 23-year career as a rodeo bullfighter, starting with the Cody Night Rodeo in 1988. “I fell in love with the area,” he said. He got a job with a stock contractor in Cody in 1992, noting, “That allowed me to stay. It was a great oppor- tunity. He met and married his wife, Stacey, and then he was “locked in,” he said. The couple moved to Powell 20 years ago, rais- ing four children. Over the years Brown has worked in the roofing business, for a window and door company and as a full-time builder in general construction. “I’ve been in the build- ing business most of my life,” he said. “I met Ran- dy (Davis — Lovell Building Center owner) at church six or seven years ago, and he approached me a few months ago. He kept hounding me, and I guess I " -STI'Y BRWN succumbed to the pressure. I like Randy a lot. We think alot alike. “I like people. I like that about the job. I know the building trade, whether building or remodeling.” Brown said he first started doing “takeoffs” with Davis and the Lovell Building Center, assess- ing material needs for cus- tomers, then became the general manager about three weeks ago. He now oversees all facets of the operation, working close- ly with fellow employee Amanda Ballard. More than 40 teams compete in pig wrestling BY KYNLI SMITH More than 40 teams wrestled in the mud during the Big Horn County Fair Double D Pig Wrestling event. Around 630 specta- tors watchedteams of four from pee wee to adults slide through the mud as they tried to get their pigs in the barrels. The results for the pig wresting are as follows: ‘ Junior Division: Squealing Wheeling (Brenda Timmons, Mi- guel Cruz Garcia Jr., Coy Trainor and Elena Garcia), 9.81 seconds My Little Piglets, 49.98 cgt. £0572; fathered; ngwh am Worship Service 10:15 am Bible Study and Sunday School (Visitors (Ws[aomsf The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod 5th 8 Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt seconds Pig seconds Men’s Division:' Team H Bar (Toby Wood, Jeff Jacobs, Chae Hackney and Brynnt Wood), 28.5 seconds Pork Pounders, 32.96 seconds Them Worland Boys, 34.86 seconds Women’s Division: Big Horn Co-op (Kim Hovey, Staci Briscoe, Jamie Hovey, Michelle Hovey), 13.97 seconds Branding Iron Bacon Bits, 14.69 seconds Smokehouse 22.55 seconds Perfect, 50.74 Saloon, Serving Northern 342 Big Horn County united, Methodist at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Lovell 307-548-7478 Reverend Jim Barth Sunday: 11 am meunmm ; n r ’5: “WWW answerer-mm Thursday, August 6, 7 PM Illiituary , Dorothy Irene Burnham” ' ‘ Winterholler July 7, 1937 July 28, 2015 Dorothy Irene Burn- ham Winterholler, 78, was born on July 7, 1937, to R. Rex and Ada Lowe Burn- ham in Lovell. She was the second child and first daughter in the family. Dorothy grew up on a farm east of Lovell, near the Sand Draw. She lived her life as a country girl and loved being the daugh- ter and wife of a farm- er/rancher. She attended Lovell schools and graduat- ed from Lovell High School in 1955. She married Charles N. Monk in the Salt Lake Temple on Dec. 16, 1954. To this union four children were born, David, Janis, Di- ane and Renae. They later divorced. Dorothy married Vic Winterholler in 1976. Dorothy was active in the Lovell community. She loved working at the Lovell Branch of the Big Horn County Library where she served people from many communities. She was em- ployed there until her death. She volunteered at the New Horizons Care Center Gift Shop, was a member of the Lovell Wom- an’s Club and the Sage- brush Camp of the Daugh- ters of the UtahPioneers. She held offices and served faithfully in these organiza- tions. Her greatest service, however, was founded in her deep faith and testimo- ny in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She served in many callings in the church and touched the lives of many people. Dorothy loved all those she recognized as family and tried to find ways to show them how important ‘ they were to her. She glo- ried in their accomplish- ments and supported them In Byron get a copy of the Chronicle at the Byron Town Hall or Byron Bar! /. in their activities. Dorothy loved to travel. She was al- ways ready to go with fam- ily and friends and could have her bags packed at a moment’s notice. She had a beautiful singing voice and sang with the ward choir and the Singing Mothers for many years. She was a talented seamstress, quil- ter, poet and loved to do hand-work, such as embroi- dery and crocheting. She died July 28, 2015, in Lovell. She was preced- ed in death by her parents R. Rex Burnham and Ada Lowe Burnham, a brother, Rulon Rex Burnham, and husband Vic Winterhol- ler. She is survived by her children, David R. (Sherie) Monk, Jan (Stan) Asay, Di- ane (Richard) Busteed and Renae (Brad) Wolvington, a sister, Bernice (Ival) De- spain, and a brother, Melvin (Jeannie) Burnham. She has 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015, at 10 a.m. at the Lovell Stake Center. A visitation will be held at Haskell Funer- al Home on Friday, Aug. 7, from 7 to 8:30 pm. and one hour prior to services at the Lovell Stake Center. Inter- ment will be at the Lovell Cemetery. mike Bible Church ' . Wednesday Worship Servrce Prayer 7 pm 9:00 am Sunday School Rev. Kurt McNabb 10:30 am 56 E. Main Bible Lesson Lovell 6pm ChriSt—Gentered Substance AbuSe ReGOVery tor Men and companions Questions? (12.11 Dan Garrett 507-548-6955 or “607-451-8558 Rated PG 0 91 min. Friday, August 7, 7 PM Saturday, August 8 3 7 PM THANK YOU TO FOR PURCHASIN : MY MAuemu Coming Soon: Terminator:Genisys, Ant-man, Pixels Mission Impossible-Rogue Nation l sglgsiigls Physical forms must be OUTand Feb. 8, 1932 — Kirk Marchant Jameson, 83, of Lovell, died on Mon- day, Aug. 3, 2015, at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell. Visitation will be held at Haskell Funeral Home on Sunday, Aug. 9, from 6 to 8 pm. and one hour prior to services at the Lovell Stake Aug. 3, 2015 Center on Monday. Funer- al services will be held on Monday, Aug. 10, at 10 a.m. at the Lovell Stake Center. Burial will be at the Lovell Cemetery. Condolences can be sent to the family online at www. haskellfuneralhome.com. From Our Files 100 Years Ago, Aug. 6, 1915 The Cowley Weekly Progress N.P. Johnson Compa- ny is the name of the new grocery and fancy staple goods store about to open for business in Cowley. EV- eryone who has ever had any dealing with Mr. John- son knows that he will keep on hand only the pur- est and very best grade of canned goods and staple groceries. We bespeak for the new store a good share of the public patronage and wis the commanv un- bounde success from the commencement. 75 Years Ago, Aug. 8, 1940 The Lovell Chronicle Deaver CCC News: In and about camp the writ- er found these oddities of interest: Peter Sharis, our office secretary, asked the writer not to mention his nightly wonderings, for he says, and I quote Pe- ter, “What if my girl reads it?” John Lubinski, our iron man, senior leader and Hitler of Deaver camp, has been observed to smile now and then and to sleep at night occasionally. Sul- ly Feragne, the man with a Wyo-Ben Days celebrated face like a sphinx, is a past master with a paint brush. He knows paints like a ven- dor knows peanuts and is decorating the educational building like an artist. 50 Years Ago, Aug. 5, 1965 The Lovell Chronicle A large, appreciative crowd attended the Water Show at the Lovell swim- ming pool Thursday night. The program was conclud- ed with a graceful water ballet, performed by Gayle Irwin, Becky Sprouse, Hel- en Dalton, Ginger Despain, Linnea Engelking, Angela Johnson, Lynette Daniel- son, Debbie Wardell, No- rine Hill, Kathy and Mar- garet Winterholler, Peggie Holt, Susan Engelking, Greg Conwell, Nancy Bow- man and Sharla Engelking. 25 Years Ago, Aug. 2, 1990 The Lovell Chronicle The fourth of the Town of Lovell’s industry recog- nition celebrations is set for this Friday and Satur- day, Aug. 3 and 4, when the community celebrates Wyo- Ben Days. It is designed to show the area’s apprecia- tion for the Wyo-Ben ben- tonite operation, which has been in Lovell since 1969. St. Joseph’s catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. ' Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday — 11:30 am Thursday — 6pm Reverend Glenn Whewell Recovery 2:9 Louell flssemhly of God Church 310 Idaho flue, Lovell Services Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worship -— 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 Worship Service If you’re struggling with recovery from habit abuse,join us at 7 pm. Saturdays in the old Baptist Church behind Minchow’s. Everyone is welcome. SALE SIGNED by PARENT/GUARDIAN before physical will be done. WHSAA physical forms can be picked up at your school, NBHH Clinic or NBHH nurse’s station. Mirth Big Nam Nospitai District NORTH BIG HORN HOSPITAL CLINIC 1115 Lane 12, Lovell, WY 82431 307-548-5201 - www.nbhh.com SHIRE CHISle 35% off infant gifts more! ALL SALES FINAL 210 E. 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