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2 ) The Lovell Chronicle I September 30, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com DAVID PECK We are fit and strong Eight Rocky Mountain Elementary School students who met grade level standards and top percentiles in the President's Physical Fitness Test were honored with their medals Tuesday at RMES. Pictured are (l-r) Laynee Welling, Treyson Frost, Aubrianne Crosby, Aspen Thomas, Taylin Boettcher, Trenity Hackney, Remi Rusch and Lathan May. Hyart Film Festival winners selected BY BRAD DEVEREAUX The top films at the Hyart Film Festi- val are being recognized for their produc- tion after judges had a chance to look close- ly at each film. Winning films in individual categories were announced last week af- ter film judges took them home to scruti- nize everything from cinematography to plotlines. Film fast organizer Jason Zeller said one judge was assigned to each category and the judges considered all aspects of the films including editing, storyline, cropping, camera work, audio and more. Zeller said he is working on laurels, or emblems designating each film's award, to send to each filmmaker. Winning films are as follows: Drama - No Song in Autumn. Action - Liam and Ben. Animation - Sneeze Me Away. Comedy - Exhibition Report. Music - Unfair. Science fiction - Cockpit. The Hyart Film Festival was support- ed in part by the Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the National Endow- ment for the Arts and the Wyoming State Legislature. Organizers said they are work- ing on a date for next year's festival. Despain issues reminder on immunization requirements BY DAVID PECK had the vaccination must Lovell school nurse Me- "start this process" before redth Despain said last Ot 12 or will not be allo- '  , ...... ., ' . h J Ifl& .: " week that she would hke, wed to atbd'chool, I)e - b t" ........... to remind parents a ou remwkote. the new immunization laws "If they are receiving that have gone into effect for the current school year. In a recent letter to pa- rents, Despain explained that the Wyoming Dept. of Health has mandated that K-12 students have the va- ricella or chicken pox vacci- nation to attend school. "This vaccination is a two-shot series," De- spain wrote. "Please take a moment to check your student's immunization record to insure that they have received the necessa- ry shots." Any child who has not the first shot they will need to provide the school with a written form from your health care provider or pu- blic health indicating when the next shot will be given so that they can be placed under conditional enroll- ment," Despain added. "If your child has already had the chicken pox disease, you may sign a Varicella Verifi- cation Statement that can be found at www.immuni- zewyoming.com or you may pick one up in the office at your student's school." Despain also reminded parents that students ente- ring the seventh grade must have a .tetanus/diptheria/ acellular pertussis .or Tdp booster. Students with a religious exemption from mandatory immunizations must have their exemption reviewed before entering the seventh grade, so stu- dents who are exempt and are already enrolled in the seventh grade need to start the review process, Despain wrote. Students who have not turned in their immu- nization record or are not up to date with immuniza- tions will not be allowed to attend school starting on Oct. 12, Despain wrote. For more information, call De- spain at 548-2247. FLovell Bible Church] Worship Service m Prayer 7 am 9:00 am Rcv. Kun McNabb [ Sunday Schtxl 10:30 am 548-7390 I I Bible Lesson Lovell J 6 pm 8th & Jersey [ Faith Southern Baptist % Church ......... iii ......... 340 E. 3rd St. Loveil ! Pastor Michael McKnight ) 548-6561 t Servloea: Sunday 8ohool 9:48 am Morn, Worship 11 am Eva, Worship Spm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell, WY Sacdflcs of the Mass Sunday at 11:30 am nd  nS[E  nn Edwin Lohrenz July 14, 1924- Sept. 23, 2010 Edwin Rudolph Lohrenz, 86, died Sept. 23, 2010, at the Northfield Hos- pital in Northfield, Minn. He was born July 14, 1924, in Kane, Wyo., to Con- rad and Katherine (Miller) Lohrenz, who were immi- grants from Germany. He married Mary Joan Henry in September of 1959 and they later divorced. They raised three children, son Bill (Chris) Lohrenz of Laurel, Mont., daughter Vicki (Lee) Dilley of North- field, Minn,, and daughter Michelle (Kraig) Kerns of Rapid City, S.D. Ed farmed in the Big Horn Basin for many years before transitioning into road construction and car- pentry. He worked with construction crews to build many of the current bridg- es and infrastructure in Yellowstone National Park and around Montana. He was a member of the Mon- tana Carpenters Union. He enjoyed painting with acrylics, especially historical figures and wild- life. He had a great interest m the history of the west. He wrote a family history book in his early 70s. He was quick-witted up until the, yery end and wa al. ways up to date on current events. He enjoyed follow- ing high school sports. Survivors include his three children; 10 grand- children and three great grandchildren: Steven (Fio- na) Lohrenz and son Draoi of Ireland, Mike (Amy) Lohrenz and daughter Madilyn of North Caroli- na, Tim (Cara) Lohrenz of Billings, Jamie Lohrenz of Serving Northern TL, Big Horn County /ntted urch?I/lethdut, 86 years at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Love, Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? De. GUECORT STEWART UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOMING 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. O Gregory Stewart Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. CUnics held in PoweU Boaln - Bi I Horn C1nlc * Greybull - Midway Clinic Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Hospital. VA patlcnls accepted with prior approval. 22S W. YELLOWSTONE AVE., SUITE 9 a CODY, WY To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 :240 1/2 East Main (alley), Lovell ,548-245& F;\\; OMankure OWaxing OPedkure \\;\ OMassage OAcrylk Nails .... Opon Moo00o00-00o,or00o0000 orn-00prn :   GRACIE MORGAN Billings, Tyler (Geri) McK- ellar and daughter Septem- ber of Streetsboro, Ohio, Tyreese Lohrenz of Laurel, Scott Kerns of Alexandria, Va., Adam Kerns of Virgin- ia Beach, Va., Riana Dilley of Minneapolis and Evan Dilley of Northfield. Ed is also survived by his young- er brother, Robert Lohrenz; sister Glorianne Frame and sister-in-law Dorothy (Har- vey) Lohrenz, all of Powell. Ed had many nieces and nephews that were very special to him. He was pre- ceded in death by his moth- er, father and 12 brothers and sisters. Celebration of Life ser- vices were Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Three Links Care Center Chapel in North- field, where Ed had been living for the past 2 years. Funeral arrangements were handled by the Bier- man Funeral Home of Northfield. Rose Senn Nov. 9, 1941 - Sept. 16, 2010 Rose Senn, 68, died Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010, at North Big Horn Hospi- tal. She was born Nov. 9, 1941, to Athel and Lois Moore, She married Frank Senn on June 30, 1960, in Billings. The couple moved to a few different locations before settling in Deaver in 1971. Rose loved to spend time with family, especial- ly her kids and grandkids. She cared for her late hus- band, Frank, while he was disabled. Survivors include three sons, John of Billings, Mark (Sherry) of Powell and sons Mark Russel and Joshua Philip; and Roger and his three daughters, A!an, Carissa aad Tiffany of Deaver; brothers Chuck and Joe Moore; stepbrother Harry Emmett and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Ada May, husband Frank and brother Jack Moore. Cremation has taken place and graveside ser- vices will be held Saturday, Oct. 2, at 11 a.m. at the Deaver Cemetery. 'BBQ' Bob Johnston Sept. 20, 1949 - Sept. 20, 2010 Bob Johnston, known affectionately by many as "Barbecue Bob," died Sept. 20, 2010, in Powell. Johnston was born on Sept. 20, 1949, in Nurn- berg, Germany, to Thomas B. Johnston and Jerrie L. Templeton. Bob loved music, friends, family, photogra- phy, Harley Davidson's and having fun. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by son Robert Johnston of Lovell; daughters June (Wayne) Moore of Sand Springs, Okla., Desaree Johnston of Lovell, Kayla Johnston of Lovell; brother Mike (April) Bush of Martinez, Calif.; sister Jerrie (Chip) Acridge of Antioch, Calif., and Susan Bush of King- man, Ariz., and four grand- children. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jer- rie Bush; stepfather James Bush; brothers Tom Bush and Jim Bush and grand- parents Mary Lou and Bud Templeton. ' , " .... ' " ,i, ,e ,'( I '' Please submit' obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest. net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brand( 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Luthenln Chull-Mlssoufl Synod Louell flssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho Rue., Loueg Servlceu Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship -.1 @50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 debit or theater hours. 7:00 every night 2 shows Fd. & Sat 7 & 9:15 pm : Matinee 9at & Sun. 3:00 pm Vocational RehabilitaUon 355 E. 5th St. Lovell, WY 82431 (877) 473-7207 R Please use Great Western Avenue to access North Big Horn Senior Center and North Big phases. ::i !: S "ii:: 548"7021--hyarttheater.com Nanny MCPhee Returns Rated PG 109 minutes Friday, Oct. 1 7 & 9:30 pm Saturday, Oct. 2 3&7prn " t 2 ) The Lovell Chronicle I September 30, 2010 www.LovellChronicle.com DAVID PECK We are fit and strong Eight Rocky Mountain Elementary School students who met grade level standards and top percentiles in the President's Physical Fitness Test were honored with their medals Tuesday at RMES. Pictured are (l-r) Laynee Welling, Treyson Frost, Aubrianne Crosby, Aspen Thomas, Taylin Boettcher, Trenity Hackney, Remi Rusch and Lathan May. Hyart Film Festival winners selected BY BRAD DEVEREAUX The top films at the Hyart Film Festi- val are being recognized for their produc- tion after judges had a chance to look close- ly at each film. Winning films in individual categories were announced last week af- ter film judges took them home to scruti- nize everything from cinematography to plotlines. Film fast organizer Jason Zeller said one judge was assigned to each category and the judges considered all aspects of the films including editing, storyline, cropping, camera work, audio and more. Zeller said he is working on laurels, or emblems designating each film's award, to send to each filmmaker. Winning films are as follows: Drama - No Song in Autumn. Action - Liam and Ben. Animation - Sneeze Me Away. Comedy - Exhibition Report. Music - Unfair. Science fiction - Cockpit. The Hyart Film Festival was support- ed in part by the Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the National Endow- ment for the Arts and the Wyoming State Legislature. Organizers said they are work- ing on a date for next year's festival. Despain issues reminder on immunization requirements BY DAVID PECK had the vaccination must Lovell school nurse Me- "start this process" before redth Despain said last Ot 12 or will not be allo- '  , ...... ., ' . h J Ifl& .: " week that she would hke, wed to atbd'chool, I)e - b t" ........... to remind parents a ou remwkote. the new immunization laws "If they are receiving that have gone into effect for the current school year. In a recent letter to pa- rents, Despain explained that the Wyoming Dept. of Health has mandated that K-12 students have the va- ricella or chicken pox vacci- nation to attend school. "This vaccination is a two-shot series," De- spain wrote. "Please take a moment to check your student's immunization record to insure that they have received the necessa- ry shots." Any child who has not the first shot they will need to provide the school with a written form from your health care provider or pu- blic health indicating when the next shot will be given so that they can be placed under conditional enroll- ment," Despain added. "If your child has already had the chicken pox disease, you may sign a Varicella Verifi- cation Statement that can be found at www.immuni- zewyoming.com or you may pick one up in the office at your student's school." Despain also reminded parents that students ente- ring the seventh grade must have a .tetanus/diptheria/ acellular pertussis .or Tdp booster. Students with a religious exemption from mandatory immunizations must have their exemption reviewed before entering the seventh grade, so stu- dents who are exempt and are already enrolled in the seventh grade need to start the review process, Despain wrote. Students who have not turned in their immu- nization record or are not up to date with immuniza- tions will not be allowed to attend school starting on Oct. 12, Despain wrote. For more information, call De- spain at 548-2247. FLovell Bible Church] Worship Service m Prayer 7 am 9:00 am Rcv. Kun McNabb [ Sunday Schtxl 10:30 am 548-7390 I I Bible Lesson Lovell J 6 pm 8th & Jersey [ Faith Southern Baptist % Church ......... iii ......... 340 E. 3rd St. Loveil ! Pastor Michael McKnight ) 548-6561 t Servloea: Sunday 8ohool 9:48 am Morn, Worship 11 am Eva, Worship Spm Wed. Bible Study 7 pm St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave. Lovell, WY Sacdflcs of the Mass Sunday at 11:30 am nd  nS[E  nn Edwin Lohrenz July 14, 1924- Sept. 23, 2010 Edwin Rudolph Lohrenz, 86, died Sept. 23, 2010, at the Northfield Hos- pital in Northfield, Minn. He was born July 14, 1924, in Kane, Wyo., to Con- rad and Katherine (Miller) Lohrenz, who were immi- grants from Germany. He married Mary Joan Henry in September of 1959 and they later divorced. They raised three children, son Bill (Chris) Lohrenz of Laurel, Mont., daughter Vicki (Lee) Dilley of North- field, Minn,, and daughter Michelle (Kraig) Kerns of Rapid City, S.D. Ed farmed in the Big Horn Basin for many years before transitioning into road construction and car- pentry. He worked with construction crews to build many of the current bridg- es and infrastructure in Yellowstone National Park and around Montana. He was a member of the Mon- tana Carpenters Union. He enjoyed painting with acrylics, especially historical figures and wild- life. He had a great interest m the history of the west. He wrote a family history book in his early 70s. He was quick-witted up until the, yery end and wa al. ways up to date on current events. He enjoyed follow- ing high school sports. Survivors include his three children; 10 grand- children and three great grandchildren: Steven (Fio- na) Lohrenz and son Draoi of Ireland, Mike (Amy) Lohrenz and daughter Madilyn of North Caroli- na, Tim (Cara) Lohrenz of Billings, Jamie Lohrenz of Serving Northern TL, Big Horn County /ntted urch?I/lethdut, 86 years at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Love, Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? Why not have it done by the only board certified urologist located full time in the basin? De. GUECORT STEWART UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOMING 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. O Gregory Stewart Vasectomy reverals also available at competitive pricing. CUnics held in PoweU Boaln - Bi I Horn C1nlc * Greybull - Midway Clinic Thermopolis - Hot Springs Co. Memorial Hospital. VA patlcnls accepted with prior approval. 22S W. YELLOWSTONE AVE., SUITE 9 a CODY, WY To schedule an appointment please call 307-587-5131 :240 1/2 East Main (alley), Lovell ,548-245& F;\\; OMankure OWaxing OPedkure \\;\ OMassage OAcrylk Nails .... Opon Moo00o00-00o,or00o0000 orn-00prn :   GRACIE MORGAN Billings, Tyler (Geri) McK- ellar and daughter Septem- ber of Streetsboro, Ohio, Tyreese Lohrenz of Laurel, Scott Kerns of Alexandria, Va., Adam Kerns of Virgin- ia Beach, Va., Riana Dilley of Minneapolis and Evan Dilley of Northfield. Ed is also survived by his young- er brother, Robert Lohrenz; sister Glorianne Frame and sister-in-law Dorothy (Har- vey) Lohrenz, all of Powell. Ed had many nieces and nephews that were very special to him. He was pre- ceded in death by his moth- er, father and 12 brothers and sisters. Celebration of Life ser- vices were Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Three Links Care Center Chapel in North- field, where Ed had been living for the past 2 years. Funeral arrangements were handled by the Bier- man Funeral Home of Northfield. Rose Senn Nov. 9, 1941 - Sept. 16, 2010 Rose Senn, 68, died Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010, at North Big Horn Hospi- tal. She was born Nov. 9, 1941, to Athel and Lois Moore, She married Frank Senn on June 30, 1960, in Billings. The couple moved to a few different locations before settling in Deaver in 1971. Rose loved to spend time with family, especial- ly her kids and grandkids. She cared for her late hus- band, Frank, while he was disabled. Survivors include three sons, John of Billings, Mark (Sherry) of Powell and sons Mark Russel and Joshua Philip; and Roger and his three daughters, A!an, Carissa aad Tiffany of Deaver; brothers Chuck and Joe Moore; stepbrother Harry Emmett and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Ada May, husband Frank and brother Jack Moore. Cremation has taken place and graveside ser- vices will be held Saturday, Oct. 2, at 11 a.m. at the Deaver Cemetery. 'BBQ' Bob Johnston Sept. 20, 1949 - Sept. 20, 2010 Bob Johnston, known affectionately by many as "Barbecue Bob," died Sept. 20, 2010, in Powell. Johnston was born on Sept. 20, 1949, in Nurn- berg, Germany, to Thomas B. Johnston and Jerrie L. Templeton. Bob loved music, friends, family, photogra- phy, Harley Davidson's and having fun. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by son Robert Johnston of Lovell; daughters June (Wayne) Moore of Sand Springs, Okla., Desaree Johnston of Lovell, Kayla Johnston of Lovell; brother Mike (April) Bush of Martinez, Calif.; sister Jerrie (Chip) Acridge of Antioch, Calif., and Susan Bush of King- man, Ariz., and four grand- children. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jer- rie Bush; stepfather James Bush; brothers Tom Bush and Jim Bush and grand- parents Mary Lou and Bud Templeton. ' , " .... ' " ,i, ,e ,'( I '' Please submit' obituaries to us via email: Icnews@tctwest. net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, Wyoming 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brand( 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Luthenln Chull-Mlssoufl Synod Louell flssemblg of God Church 310 Idaho Rue., Loueg Servlceu Sunday School -- 9:45 am Morning Worship -.1 @50 am Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 debit or theater hours. 7:00 every night 2 shows Fd. & Sat 7 & 9:15 pm : Matinee 9at & Sun. 3:00 pm Vocational RehabilitaUon 355 E. 5th St. Lovell, WY 82431 (877) 473-7207 R Please use Great Western Avenue to access North Big Horn Senior Center and North Big phases. ::i !: S "ii:: 548"7021--hyarttheater.com Nanny MCPhee Returns Rated PG 109 minutes Friday, Oct. 1 7 & 9:30 pm Saturday, Oct. 2 3&7prn " t 2 I The Lovell Chronicle I September 30,2010 www LovellChronicle.com DA Pzcu We are fit and strong Eight Rocky Mountain Elementary School students who met grade level standards and top percentiles in the President's Physical Fitness Test were honored with their medals Tuesday at RMES. Pictured are (l-r) Laynee Welling, Treyson Frost, Auhrianne Crosby, Aspen Thomas, TayBn Boettcher, Teenity Hackney, Remi Rusch and Lathan May. Hyart Film Festival winners selected BY BRAD DEVEREAUX emblems designating each film's award, to The top films at the Hyart Film Festi- send to each filmmaker. val are being recognized for their produc- tion after judges had a chance to look close- ly at each film. Winning films in individual categories were announced last week af- ter film judges took them home to scruti- dize everything from cinematography to plotlines. Film lest organizer Jason Zaller said one judge was assigned to each category and the judges considered all aspects of the films including editing, storyline, cropping, camera work, audio and more. Zeller said he is working on laurels, or Winning films are as follows: Drama - No Song in Autumn. Action - Liam and Ben. Animation - Sneeze Me Away. Comedy - Exhibition Report. Music - Unfair. Science fiction - Cockpit. The Hyart Film Festival was support- ed in part by the Wyoming Arts Council through funding from the National Endow- ment for the Arts and the Wyoming State Legislature. Organizers said they are work- ing on a date for next year's festival. Despain issues reminder on immunization requirements BY DAVID PECK had the vaccination must parents that students ente- Lovell school nurse Me- "start this process" before ring the seventh grade must redRh Despain said last Qct 12 or will not be allo- week that she would l{ke' !cl to alted school,: De- to remind parents about Jinwrote. the new immunization laws "If they are receiving that have gone into effect thefirstshottheywillneed for the current school year. to provide the school with In a recent letter to pa- a written form froln your rents, Despain explained health care provider or pu- that the Wyoming Dept. of blic health indicating when Health has mandated that the next shot will be given K-12 students have the va- so that they can be placed ricellaorchickenpoxvacci- under conditional enroll- nation to attend school, ment," Despain added. "If "This vaccination is your child has already had a two-shot series," De- thechickenpoxdisease,you spain wrote. "Please take maysign aVaricella Verifi- a moment to check your cation Statement that can student's immunization be found at www.immuni- record to insure that they zewyoming.com or you may have received the necessa- pick one up in the office at ry shots." your student's school." Any child who has not Despain also reminded [ +'[ Lvell Bible Churchill m i .... h Jerser have a tetanus/diptheria/ acellular pertassis or Tdp booster. Students with a religious exemption from mandatory immunizations must have their exemption reviewed before entering the seventh grade, so stu- dents who are exempt and are already enrolled in the seventh grade need to start the review process, Despain wrote. Students who have not turned in their immu- nization record or are not up to date with immuniza- tions will not be allowed to attend school starting on Oct. 12, Despain wrote. For more information, call De- spain at 548-2247. 1141Shosh A kol, WY S=m1* of el. Sundy 1:30 am CONSIDERING A VASECTOMY? ][ UROLOGICAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN WYOffiMG, PC / Edwin Lohrenz July 14, 1924- Sept. 23, 2010 Edwin Rudolph Lohrenz, 86, died Sept. 23, 2010, at the Northfield Hos- pital in Northfiald, Minn. He was born July 14, 1924,in Kane, Wyo., to Con- rad and Katherine (Miller) Lohrenz, who were immi- grants from Germany. He married Mary Joan Henry in September of 1959 and they later divorced. They raised three children, son Bill (Chris) Lohrenz of Laurel, Mont., daughter Vicki (Lee) Dilley of North- field, Minn., and daughter Michelle (Kraig) Kerns of Rapid City, S.D. Ed farmed in the Big Horn Basin for many years before transitioding into road construction and car- pentry. He worked with construction crews to build many of the current bridg- es and infrastructure in Yellowstone National Park and around Montana. He was a member of the Mon- tana Carpenters Union. He enjoyed painting with acrylics, especially historical figures and wild- life. He had a great interest in the history of the west. He wrote a family history book in his early 70s. He was quick-witted up until the. very end ad wa al- ways up to date on current events. He enjoyed follow- ing high school sports. Survivors include his three children; 10 grand- children and three great grandchildren: Steven (Fio- na) Lohrenz and son Draoi of Ireland, Mike (Amy) Lohrenz and daughter Madilyn of North Caroli- na, Tim (Cara) Lohrenz of Billings, Jamie Lohrenz of (/,ja Big Hem County Church: 548-7478 830 Dear mh 30 Lovell Wash : I .  : 240 l/2 East Main (alley), Lovell 548-245 "fL OHOli OM0ni(ure OWaxln i OPe(iture "\\;  0 M.e Okr/Ik Nlh OpenMonday Satorday9am 5pro Billings, Tyler (Geri) MeK- ella," and daughter Septem- ber of Streetshero, Ohio, Tyreese Lohrenz of Laurel, Scott Kerns of Alexandria, Va., Adam Kerns of Virgin- ia Beach, Va., Riana Dilley of Minneapolis and Bvan Dilley of Northfield. Ed is also survived by his young- er brother, Robert Lohrenz; sister Glorianne Frame and sister-in-law Dorothy (Har- vey) Lohrenz, all of Powell. Ed had many nieces and nephews that were very special to him. He was pre- ceded in death by his moth- er, father and 12 brothers and sisters. Celebration of Life ser- vices were Saturday, Sept. 25, at the Three Links Care Center Chapel in North- field, where Ed had been living for the past 2 years. Funeral arrangements were handled by the Bier- man Funeral Home of Northfield. Rose Senn Nov. 9, 1941 - Sept. 16, 2010 Rose Senn, 68, died Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010, at North Big Horn Hospi- tal. She was born Nov. 9, 1941, to Athel and Lois Moore. She married Frank Senn on June 30, 1960, in Billings. The couple moved to a few different locations before settling in Dearer in 1971. Rose loved to spend time with family, especial- ly her kids and grandkids. She cared for her late hus- band, Frank, while he was disabled. Survivors include three sons, John of Billings, Mark (Sherry) of Powell and sons Mark Russel and Joshua Philip; and Roger and his three daughters, Alan,, Carissa ad Tiffany of Dearer; brothers Chuck and Joe Moore; stepbrother Harry Emmett and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, sister Ada May, husband Frank and brother Jack Moore. Cremation has taken place and graveside ser- vices will be held Saturday, Oct. 2, at 11 a.m. at the Dearer Cemetery. 'BBQ' Bob Johnston Sept. 20, 1949 - Sept. 20, 2010 Bob Johnston, known affectionately by many as "Barbecue Bob," died Sept. 20, 2010, in Powell. Johnston was born on Sept. 20, 1949, in Nurn- berg, Germany, to Thomas B. Johnston and Jerrie L. Ternpleton. Sob loved music, friends, family, photogra- phy, Harley Davidson's and having tim. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by son Robert Johnston of Lovell; daughters June (Wayne) Moore of Sand Springs, Ok]a, Desaree Johnston of Lovell, Kayla Johnston of Lovell; brother Mike (April) Bush of Martinez, Calif.; sister Jerrie (Chip) Acridge of Antioch, Calif., and Susan Bush of King- man, Ariz., and four grandi children. He was preceded in death by his mother, Jer- rie Bush; stepfather James Bush; brothers Tom Bush and Jim Bush and grand- parents Mary Lou and Bud Templeten. Please submit' obituaries to us via email: (cnews@tctwest.net; fax:307-548-2218; or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., Lovell, //oming .Lo A [ ....................... 1 7;:::i'++Z'Z++" [ we+ese, Sere 7 0 p Loll Ilssemblg [ of God Church 31 Idaho Rue., Loudl R=v. l). Jal-V;. 48-7105 Legend of the Guardians ] Continuing PG Wall Set: I Money Never Sleeps I Continuing PG 13 7:00 ever/night [ 2 shows Fd. & Sat. 7 & 9:15 pm I bLtlnee Set, & i., 3:00 pm I I Employment. Training .Cody Workree Center Vocational Rehabilitation 355 E. 5th St, Lovell, WY 82431 (877) 473-7207 Please use Great Western Avenue to access North Big Horn Senior Center and North Big Horn County Public Health offices during the water/sewer project; Please excuse the inconvenience, drive safely and we look orward to serving you t!rough the construction phases. 548"702 lwww hyamheater corn Rated PG * 109 minutes Friday, Oct, 1 7 & 9:30 pm Saturday, Oct. 2 3&7pm t