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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 7, 2014 BY PATTI CARPENTER Piles of clothing in all shapes and sizes and household items are up for grabs this week at the annual Days of Good- will event held in the LDS Gym on Shoshone Ave. in Lovell. The event, now in its fourth year, offers free used items to anyone who feels the need. The items are donated by community members and include ev- erything imaginable from crutches to coffee pots to cardigans. "Some people still can't believe its all for free," said organizer Lyman Sibbett. "Every year at least one person asks where they should pay for the items they have selected and they always look surprised when we tell them its all free for the taking." Members of the LDS and United Methodist churches and a few local businesses like the Red Apple Supermarket, TCT West and others make the event possible through a event continues through Euniece W. Wardell Nov. 26, 1929 - July 27, 2014 Euniece Walker Wardell died in Centerville, Utah, July 27, 2014, from end stage renal disease. She was born Nov. 26, 1929, in Lovell. She mar- ried Callis Jones Wardell in the Salt Lake Temple Sept. 15, 1948, and raised their children in Helena, Mont. The last years of Euniece's life were spent in Center- ville, Utah. She loved the Lord and her family. In the 2011 fam- ily newsletter she wrote, "I really love all my family. I hope each of you will al- ways enjoy seeing each oth- er and visiting with one an- other. Families are what's really important when all is said and done." She was preceded in death by her husband, Cal- lis, son-in-law Dave Rock, daughter Betsy Wardell, granddaughter Morgan Wardell and great-grand- She is survived by 11 chil- dren and their spouses: Wendy (Dennis) Adams, Cathy (Kevin) Cromar, Nola Rock, John (Barb) Wardell, Tim (Sharmayne) Wardell, Elna (Ralph) Scof- field, Bill (Robin) Wardell, Joe (Sharon) Wardell, Da- vid (Vicki) Wardell, Mar- tin (Linda) Wardell and Jane (Russ) Roberts; 85 grandchildren and 75 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday, Aug. 8, 2014, at 11 a.m. at the Center- ville Stake Center, 950 North Main, Centerville, Utah, where a viewing will be held from 10-10:45 a.m. Graveside services will be held Saturday, Aug. 9, at 4 p.m. at Sunset Memorial Gardens, 7100 N. Montana Ave., Helena, Mont. Arrangements are un- der the direction of McDou- gal Funeral Home of Tay- joint effort. DAVID PECK daughter Elizabeth WardeU. Sibbett said partici- Volunteer Carmen Allred places a stack of clothing on a table during the pants are allowed to shop, community Days of Goodwill Monday evening at the Lovell LDS Gym. no questions asked, and can take as much as they need. The event began on so much left to,,donate out Sibbett said atten- donated to local business- Saturday afternoon and byof those closets, dance has been pretty es like auto shops. Even Tuesday afternoon near- Sibbett said an army steady this year, as in past leftover blue jeans are ly half of the thousands of of volunteers help sort and years, and he hopes the picked up and used by lo- donated items were gone. organize the items as they steady stream of partici-cal quilters. 9:ooam Worship Service Sibbett said he is al- come into the gymnasium, pants will clean the place "We try to find homes w:15am Bible Study and ways surprised by the Items are sorted by gen- out by the time it ends on for it all," said volunteer Sunday School number of donations, der, age and size, makingThursday evening. Susan Peck. "So far, that "You'd think the clos- shopping convenient. He said the leftover has been pretty easy to do." (-W [comef. ets would be empty by "We basically throw items are donated to char- The giveaway will con- lorsville, Utah. Thank You ncrican Colloid for buying my 4H Market Lamb! Hope to see you again nextyear. Pb hlynn Ftnh now," he said. "It still sur- prises me that there is still BY PATTI CARPENTER With the launch of the lottery in Wyoming just a few weeks away on Aug. 24, three local convenience stores in Lovell - Good to Go, Maverik Country Store and the Conoco Country Store -- have already been out anything that is dirty, itable organizations in tinue through Thursday, stained or torn," he said. Powell and the rags are Aug. 7, at 8 p.m. St. Joseph's touell I set to lau ich later 1 h; month Catholic Church flssembl9 1141 Shoshone Ave., Lovell, WY of God convenience." to sell tickets," said Jan ic location. Earlier this SacrificeoftheMass/ [ Church According to a press Clontz, the Wyoming Lot- spring, retailers reviewed Sunday- ~ I 310 Idaho fl0e., L0uell release issued by the Wy- tery:s Chief Executive Offi- the criteria and application 11:30am I~i:i~!!t I Sunday ScShlorVlic...e~:45 am oming Lottery, a list of cer. Our focusrightnowis process and gave their in- ThursdaY12nn i~] [ MrningWmhip-10:50am retailers who have been on working hand-in-hand put during statewide work- t Sunday Night-6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 prn approved to sell tickets is with retailers, holding re- shops attended by more Reverend already online at www. taller training sessions than 400 people. Glenn Whewell Rev. Dan Jarvis wyolotto.com and will be and testing the equipment Clontz stressed that re- s48-710s updated continually as so we can be ready on Aug. railers are the backbone of approved to sell Mega Mil- lions and Powerball tick- ets at their businesses. Jim Minchow, owner of Min- chow's Service, said he also plans to submit an appli- cation to sell tickets and hopes to be setup by the time the lottery begins. "We want to provide this service to our cus- tomers who want to pur- chase tickets," said Min- chow. "It's a matter of additional retailers are approved. Tickets will be sold at gas stations, grocery stores, convenience stores, restau- rants and bars across the state. Retail outlets autho- rized to sell tickets will dis- play bright blue and yellow WyoLotto signs at their place of business. "The excitement is pretty high as we work to notify and train retailers 24." Though a manager was unavailable to comment at the Maverik Country Store in Lovell, employees work- ing at the store said they were to receive training as early as next week. The Lottery selects re- tailers based on several criteria, including annual sales, foot traffic, the size of the population over 18 years of age and geograph- the ""m ery's success. "We have worked hard to make "~ Serving Northern~ ~-- the selection process fair Big HornCountyI and have made efficient, /i IlY..,d / effective decisions to maxi- mize revenue," he said. 92[ \// II Park= the --" I JBiblelie:30 am JSundayJI The Bible Church l [ -- 9:00 Worship am Lesson School Service Rev. 56E. 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