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2 I The Lovell Chronicle I August 23, 2018 Roselin Pryde Kylander July 7, 1919 - August 19, 2018 Roselin Kylander, 99, of Powell, died surrounded by family at the Powell Val- ley Care Center on Sunday, Aug. 19 after a full life well lived. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Wednes- day, Aug. 22, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter-day Saints Avenue E Building in Powell. Inter- ment will follow at Crown Hill Cemetery. Born July 7, 1919, in a lit- tle log home in Byron, she was the second of seven children born to Alexander Pryde and Mary Vervean Denney. Rose spent the better part of her youth in Byron, Elk Basin, Powell and Lovell. She graduated partner. It was there that she met her forever part- ner, Ernest Ky Kylander. Ernie served in World War II in the USNCB's Sea- bees from 1943 - 1945. In at the Billings Temple. To this union three daughters wereborn exactly 4 1/2 years apart. Rose was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and spent many hours fulfill- ing various callings in the church. She found great joy serving the youth and women in the church. Rose was passionate about family history and spent countless hours re- searching her heritage ttohiS was many years be- re the internet), She was the 'go-to' person who was always willing to share the great wealth of informa- tion she had discovered over time. es are Marci Davis, Denton (Alta) Davis, Trevor Gre- enwald, Trisha (Jamison) Ziegler, Trent (Kristin) Greenwald, Jenni Sheridan (Jerrod Pesek), Katie (West) Hernandez and Chance (Della) Sheridan. Rose's 15 great-grand- children who will carry her memory are Kylander Da- vis, Karson Skalsky, Kade Ziegler, Karter Skalsky, Lauryn Greenwald, Konner Ziegler, Hunter Davis, Kalli Skalsky, Alden Greenwald, Landon Hernandez, Chloe Pesek, Emery Hernandez, Kaylen Greenwald, Kabree Ziegler and Paxton Her- nandez. She is also sur- vived by a sister, Phyllis Smith of Nevada, cousins, with a class of eight from 1948 he and Wayne Me- She was preceded in nieces and nephews. Byron High Schoolin1937. Gary formed a business death by her parent; her For those who wish, In 1938 she moved to partnership, McGary & beloved husband, Ernest; memorials are suggested Powell and roomed with Kylander, which became brothers William and Rob-to a charity of your choice girlfriends and worked atKylander Construction af-ert Pryde; sisters Jeri NeV- or for the welding or nurs- Ma and Pa Sherman s Caf6 ter Mr. McGary's death, ille, Alyce Whitmore and ing programs through and bowling alley, earning a Rose had some experience Judy Pryde; and son-in- the Northwest College dollar a day plus meals. She in office work that she law Clay Davis. Foundation. cleaned, washed dishes, waited tables, cashiered, cooked, was encouraged to bowl with customers and even danced on a tiny little dance area with custom- ers who stayed late to play the juke box and wanted a gained during those ser-Rose is survived by her The family would like vice years andvohnteered three daughters and theirto thank Dr. Comer and the to do their bookwork, families, Mary Lou Davis,wonderful nurses, caregiv- Rose and Ky were mar-RoJean 'Jeanne' (Gary),Gre- ers and staff of the Powell ried on July 12, 1939, in enwald and Roxane Roxi' Valley Care Center, saying, Cody. Their marriago WaS (Jeff) Sheridan, all of Pow- "Your care of our pre sealed for time and all ell. Her surviving grand-cious Rose will never be eternity on July 30, 2004, children and their spous-forgotten:' Y BY RYAN FFffMAURICE The 2017 American College Testing (ACT) Scores for Lovell High School are unavailable to the public until August 23, but according to Su- perintendent Rick Wood- ford, the district may just be among the top in the state. "According to the pre- liminary data, our last year's juniors scored very well:' Woodford said in Monday's regular school board meeting. "Their cu- mulative scores should pleting the district's stra- tegic plan last year, now the three schools with- in the district, the ele- mentary, middle and high school, will be redrafting their individual mission statements to reflect the new plan. Woodford said those redrafted statements will be prepared by Thanks- giving and finalized by Christmas. The three schools will in the mission statement and the values that were presented in the strategic plan, now the district lists them specifically. The district also add- ed values not in the pre- vious plan. Those values include adaptability, re- siliency and leadership training. But the most ambi- tious aspect of the new strategic plan is the ag- An even more ambi- tious objective in the stra- tegic plan is the district's timeframe for establishing reading proficiency with- PRIMARY RESULTS Lovell Mayor Patti Carpenter 173 Kevin Jones 231 Montanez 60 Jim Szlemko 45 Lovell Council Dan Anderson 264 Brian Dickson 253 Bob Mangus 345 Byron Mayor Ga~ Gruell 56 Pam Hopkinson 83 Byron Council 4-year Alan Bair 30 Brandon Hessenthaler 109 Breck Martineau 91 Byron Council 2-year Jacob Gruell 30 Jaime Petrich 69 Carl Watts 25 Cowley Mayor Joel Peterson 177 Cowley Council ,~N~i~c~ s S.p o n s el 100 160 Deaver Mayor Bill Camp Don Wenstrom 26 15 Deaver Council Steve Gillett 36 ,K,a~la James 31 Frannie Mayor Vance Pereqo~ 34 Frannie Council Marie Bramson 30 in its students. Woodford said the district aims that every student is proficient July 20 is date for Pioneer Day in reading by the third grade. An editing mistake lished the fourth Saturday "That is an ambitious led to the wrong date be- in July as the main day of goal, but we're work- ing printed in a thank you the celebration. ing hard on itS' Woodfordad for the Cowley Pioneer But committee mem- said. "I've told the board, Day celebration in last ber Sherie Monk called gressive goals stated in it. if we achieve that goal, week's Chronicle. to say that the commit- be working with school of- The strategic plan we're going to achieve ev- After being unable to tee has now designated ficials, parents and other states a goal that ev- ery other goal the district reach several Pioneer Day the third Saturday of July interest groups through- ery high school student has" Committee members last as Cowley Pioneer Day so rank LHS in the top two out the upcoming semes- scores a 22 or better on While the schools willweek, the editor changed as to avoid the Park Coun- Or three m state of ter, W i dford said. the ACT. Even! with the be r drafting their mis- the date ,on a see you ty Fair. ' W di:fl'{n i have regular high s ores odfo -S n' -tatements this year,' next year. line irk:the ad Thus, July 20 :-20i91; :,i Woodford later told meetings*with staff, withreports on 2017s ACT, Woodford said changes from July 20 to July27, be- has been set for the date the Lovell Chronicle he parents" Woodford said. Woodford said the district have already been made lieving that the committee of next year's Piofieer Day would be "shocked" if the"They're going to talk has yet to reach the goal. in the classroom in align- had permanently estab- celebration. high school does not land within the top five schools in the state. The high ACT scores mark the beginning of a school year where Lovell schools are revamping their approach toward ed- about how they are going He expects, though, that it ment with the strategic to bring each school into will happen soon. plan. alignment:' "We've raised the bar, "We've done a lot of we've got a high expec- work since the spring," tation that our kids will Woodford said. When we The district's strate- gic plan differs in multiple ways from what the dis- trict had in place before. While many of the priori- ties remain the same, pre- viously they were buried ucation, Woodford said. With the board com- TWO NEW GROUP EXPERIENCE FITESS 0pen 1307-548fCLUB (2 82) perform well on the ACT" hired (Lovell Elementary Woodford said. "I have a Principal) Deanna Martin- suspicion, that our senior eau, she came with a pas- class may, reach this goal sion and expertise in read- this year.' ins instruction" CLASSES COMING IN SEPTEMBER and ROUKOtlT, WORKOUT ~ Join.usfor a special event 1317PM for class demos/introduction Oow5ol - THANK YOU FREFIOblT MOTORS POWELL l, ovell Assembly of God Church 310 Idaho Ave 5ovoll Services Sunday School -- 9:45 Ar~ Morning Womhlp -- 10:50 AM Sunday Night - 6:30 PM Wed, Bible Study -- 7 PM Rev. Dan Jarvis 5484105 The Bible Church Salg Worship Service 9 AM Sunday School 10:30 AM 1st & 3rd Weeks 6 PM Prayer 6 PM Rev. Kurt McNabb 307-548-7390 56 E. Main St Lovell www.lovellbiblechurchwy.net St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141ShoshoneAve LovelI, VVY Rosary Sunday-10:30 AM ~ I Sacrifice of the Mass/ I Sunday- 11 AM ~ i I Daily Mass & Confessions~ t Check monthly calendar on ~ i w~.StJosephLovell.com J~t I Fr. Glen Szczechowski ~~ I For weekly schedule ~ i call 548-2282 ~, '~ I Serving Northe1 Big oun .il~'~' H~C "' "at the co[:e~r:, / ~ Park & Shoshone, LovoII I 307-548-7478 I Reverend | Melinda Penry I ~(~hurch of od SERVICES Sunday, 1-3Pi at Assembly of God Church 310 Idaho Ave Lovell Pastor Gerald Cox 970-629-2085 For special prayer requests call Pastor Cox. FOR PURCHASINC HY PIG AT THE 2018 COUNTY FAIR. -TRIFFEN ]OLLEY Paid for.by Friends o~ M~rk Gordo~ Can't wait for the postman? Read the Chronicle online first thing Thursday morning! Find out how at http://lovellchronicle, wy.newsmemorv.com/