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September 13, 2012 I The Lovell Chronicle I 15 Yellowstone Quilt Fest this weekend at Cody Auditorium Quilts are for comfort. Quilts can also be a view into the past and the future of our lives and that is what the Yellowstone Quilt Fest will have for your viewing. With over 100 quilts hanging, including three special displays, you will see traditional quilts, art quilts and antique quilts. The Sneak Peek Preview Party will be held on Thursday, September 13 from 5 -7 p.m. at the Cody Auditorium. The public is welcome to come and share the love of quilting. Viewers will have the opportu- nity to see the vast variety of quilts, visit vendors' booths, be treated to hearty hors d'oeuvres prepared by the Sunset House, join in a Show Treasure Hunt and win door prizes. Entry fee is $5 per person and al- lows the attendee to return to the show Fri- day and Saturday. Beautiful fabrics and a variety of quilt- ing methods will fill the Auditorium on Fri- day, September 14 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Saturday, September 15 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Entry fee is $3 per person. Those attending the Yellowstone Quilt Fest will vote for the "People's Choice" in six catego- ries. The Youth Category features quilts made by age groups: 12 and under and 13 - 18. The award for the Youth Category is called the Purple Cow Award, in memory of Sue Ludewig. Quilters from all over the Big Horn Basin and beyond, including a participant from New Hampshire, will be entering a range of quilted objects. If you are inter- ested in entering item(s) in the show you will find entry instructions and forms on our website at: or call Marybeth for information or to de- liver your quilted item before the receiving date. The paperwork deadline is Septem- ber 7 and the items will be received at the Cody Auditorium on Wednesday, Septem- ber 12 from 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Many quilts have special stories and you won't want to miss the quilt creat- ed from mother's jackets. Jacque Nielsen wasn't surprised to find several dozen beautiful jackets in the closets of her late mother, Sandra Nielsen. With guidance from Jan Wilbur she created the first of several planned quilts to be made for her family. This is a powerful story for a "my first quilt." Other special features will be the "Good Book" challenge by the Textile Art- ists of Greater Yellowstone (TAGY) and guests. Picking a book, opening to a page and selecting words to create a vision and then constructing that vision in fabric is the premise for the Book Challenge. "The Party Line Project," reminiscent of the old phone game and featuring 18 wall hang- ings, was revealed in Sheridan at the Wyo- ming State Quilt Guild will be on display for our enjoyment. Attendees will see the 32 quilts called "Color Journey" made by the Certified Judges of the National Quilt- ing Association. This amazing display will be traveling to other shows for a year and a half. Paintbrush Piecers Quilt Guild will be hosting this Quilt Show and is excited about sharing their love of fabric and quilts with the public. This YQF Show began in 2004 as an off-spring of the All American Quilt Show in Powell. Paintbrush Piecers meet once a month in Cody and anyone is invited to attend a meeting. Call 754-5399 for meeting information. First Double Nickel tournament Sunday The first tournament for the Double The second shift is limited to the first 32 Nickel of the year will be held on Sunday, bowlers who sign up. Sept. 16, at Fat Cat Lanes (formerly Palace Contact Dale Matthaes at 652-3104 Lanes) in Laurel. to sign up or email at Bowlinnut740@aol. The shift times are 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. com. From our files Handsome reward offered for return of fountain pen 1OO YEARS AGO The Cowley Weekly Progress September 14, 1912 Secretary & Treasurer Wheeler of the Wyoming Electric Light Improve- ment Co. spent part of the week on the Pryor Mountains, where he went to se- cure a permit from the forest ranger to cut electric light poles for their Cowley plant. The permit was granted and from now on work will be pushed with vigor until the plant is installed. 75 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle September 13, 1937 LOST--Black and white Park- er Vacumatic fountain pen. Probably at softball game at Byron Wednesday night. Return to Chronicle for handsome reward. 50 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle September 13, 1962 Winners in the National Agricul- tural Educational Division of the annu- al arc welding competition are Gottlieb Fink and Rajr Sessions of Byron, who en- tered a tandem-wheeled livestock trail- er they built as a shop project. The two boys will share the $738 award. 25 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle September 17, 1987 The Big Horn County District No. 2 Board of Trustees came close to clos- ing the Lovell school's recreational fa- cilities to the public Monday night over concerns about misuse, lack of supervi- sion and loitering. But on the advice of superintendent Glenn Engelking, the board opted to first present the problem to the Lovell Recreation Board to see if a solution can be worked out. We're on Facebook Like us at 'Lovell Chronicle' ( )en 24 hours, 7 days a week Stop in and ask about memberships, get a tour of our facilily Mon.-Thurs., 4:30-6:30 p.m. or call 548-2639 for more information. Ross B. Fuller, DC Palmer Graduate Call Stormy, 548-2217, to advertise your business in our local business guide. - Back/Neck Pain * Sports Injuries Nutrition Counseling * Antioxidant Testing Weight Loss 307-548-9338 223 E. 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