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2 [ The Lovell Chronicle [ October 25, 2012 NWC small ensembles in concert Oct. 30 The month of October draws to a close with four small ensemble concerts Tuesday, Oct. 30, at North- west College. Providing one of the few opportunities at North-. west to listen to a concert of chamber music, NWC's three woodwind ensem- bles-clarinet, flute and saxophone-- and percus- sion ensemble will per- form in a 7:30 p.m. concert in the Hinckley Library Amphitheater. Written for small groups of five or six instru- ments, chamber music is a more relaxed, informal style of music; more intimate in nature and most often per- formed in smaller spaces. This genre evolved with the rise of the middle class and was often written to be per- formed by amateurs. The flute ensemble will be conducted by Aus- tin Frescoln. She currently plays principle flute for the Northwest Civic Orchestra and received her music de- gree from Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont., with a focus in voice and flute. Craig Olson directs the saxophone ensemble. Well- known around the area, Olson has a diverse music background, including af- filiations with jazz camps, bands and music festival adjudication. Don Christman over- sees the clarinet ensem- ble. His broad experience includes teaching music and directing public school bands and performing with orchestras, concert and jazz bands. Northwest's mu- sic department is pleased to have him on board in his premier NWC concert DAVID PECK Local bowlers (l-r) McKenzie Jameson, Abbey Gifford and Sarah Pratt pose with their medals won at recent Special Olympics games at the regional and state levels. Local trio brings home bowling medals BY DAVID PECK Three local bowlers found great success this fall on the statewide Special Olym- pics bowling circuit, bringing home several medals. Abbey Gifford, Sarah Pratt and McKen- zie Jameson attended the Special Olympics Fall Area Games on Sept. 25 in Sheridan. In one of the games, Gifford bowled a career high - and likely the tournament high score - 142, coach Cristy Jameson said. Both Gifford and Pratt placed first, bringing home gold medals, and Jameson earned a silver medal. Gifford and Pratt went on to attend the Special Olympics State Games in Casper Oct. 10-12. Pratt again won a gold medal, and Gifford won a bronze. Jameson could not attend the state games due to her com- mitment to the Lovell High School volley- ball team. A banquet and dance was held dur- ing the state games for all participants on Thursday, Oct. 11, which was a great expe- rience for the girls and their coach, Cristy Jameson said. "Because they were just starting out and wanted to see how things went, the team didn't do any fundraising," Coach Jameson said. "They split expenses. The girls are grateful to Victory Lanes and Big Horn Engraving for helping out with dis- counted prices for bowling and on team T-shirts." Jameson is planning to hold a meeting to see if others in the area are interested in joining the team so they can participate in various seasonal games including basket- ball this winter. Anyone interested can call her at 548-7839 or 272-6383. NBHH blood drive is Oct. 31 showcasing the clarinet ensemble. United Blood Services will hold the health and bring picture identification. Eat dmmediately falio9.g al ] pitl ))]ood drive on Wednesday, a full meal and drink plenty of water,before the 'bodwiids, thCperct,-.t. 3:.o!20 &30 p.m., in the NewHo- - :coming to the blood drive. sion ensemble, under the di-&4ons Care Center Multi-Purpose Room. Donors should schedule an appoint- rection of Jan Kliewer, will Donors must be at least 16 (with a pc- ment at www.bloodhero.com (sponsor code: close the concert. An active teacher of voice, choral mu- sic and music theory, Kliew- er also finds time to perform as a baritone soloist in con- carts and opera, and serves as a clinician and adjudica- tor throughout the region. Admission is free. rental consent form for 16- 17-year-olds), nbhhospital). Or call United Blood Services weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good at 1-800-365-4450. [Worship Service |9:00 am Rev. Kurt McNabb| 1Sunday School ll0:30 am  56 E, Main I lBiblepm Lesson 6  Lovell Please recycle this newspaper. Recycling bins are located in the Red Apple Supermarket parking lot in Lovell. Faith Southern Baptist 340 E. 3rd St., Lovell Pastor Mid;a:gcKnight  Services: Sunday School 9:45 am Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Worship 6 pm Wad. Bible Study 7 pm St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave.. Lovell, WY Sacrifice of the Mass .i Sunday -  11:30 am Thursday - 4| : ,00000n Reverend ff Glenn Whewell /,=== \\; Serving Norther .T/, Big Horn County "flSthodist Chucc, years at the corner of Park & Shoshone, Lovell Pastor Paula Morse Church: 548-7478 8:30 Deaver Worship 10:30 Lovell Worship touell lissemblg W of God Church 310 Idaho floe,, Louell 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 5th & Montana, 548-7127 Rev. Christopher Brandt 9:15 am Bible Study 10:30 am Worship Service Wednesday Service 7:30 pm The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Rill OBITUARY Mary_ P. Moore March 18, 1920- Oct. 14, 2012 Mary P. Moore died Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012, at the North Big Horn Hos- pital in Lovell. She was 92 years old. Mary was born in Springville, Utah, on March 18, 1920, to Andrew Leslie Porter and Julia Ida Boyer. She was the young- est of eight children. Mary grew up in Springville. She married Kenneth A. Baum Aug. 9, 1939, in Heber, Utah. The couple had one daughter, Leslie Ann. Mary and Kenneth were divorced April 20, 1940. She went to beau- ty school and received her beauty operator license in Utah and worked in Springville for a few years. Mary then moved to Cal- ifornia to help her sister and worked as a riveter in a plant during World War II. She moved to St. Johns, Ariz. in 1944, where she worked as a beauty oper- ator, at the hospital as a nurse's aide and at the lo- cal drug store where she met her future husband, Jack D. Moore. The cou- ple was married on Feb. 2, 1958, in Las Vegas. Jack worked in the construction business and they lived in many locations in Arizona. When Jack retired, the cou- ple moved to Globe, Ariz., where Jack died in 1973. Mary lived in Globe for 30 years. Mary was a very friend- ly woman and loved her daughter and grandkids and great-grandchildren, and they loved her. She had an optimistic person- ality and always enjoyed her life and her work. Her professions were important to her and she found much satisfaction during her work life. She enjoyed her friends and her family. Mary moved to Cowley in 2005 to be near her daughter in her later years. Ron and Leslie built her a home next to them and she loved her house and felt secure. Her parents, her hus- band and sisters Melva Huller, Trysa Loback, Ju- lia Hall and Hazel Por- ter preceded her in death. Also preceding her were her brothers John Porter, Eugene Porter and An- drew L. Porter, Jr. She is survived by her daugh- ter Leslie (Ron) McArthur, grandchildren Travis (Ma- rie-Adele) McArthur, Trudi (Todd) Eaton, Traci McAr- thur, Trina McArthur and Trisha McArthur and six great-grandchildren. Graveside services were held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, at East Lawn Memorial in Provo. Her family and friends will miss her. Haskell Funer- al Home in Lovell was in charge of arrangements. Jewell Cole Adey Farmer Jewell Cole Adey Farmer, 101, of Lovell, died on Sun- day, Oct. 21, 2012, at New Horizons Care Center in Lovell. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, at 10 a.m. at Haskell Funeral Home in Lavell. Burial will be in the Lovell Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www. haskellfuneralhome.com. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS MEETING There will be a meeting of the Board of Adjustments on Monday, October 29, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. in the Town Hall. The Board will consider a request for a variance in Clay Housing subdivhion to allow construction of duplexes on some of the lots. The variance is needed because Town Code requires lots to be a minimum of 7500 square feet for duplexes and the Clay Housing lots are 7175 square feet. THIS NEWSPAPER ALWAYS STRIVES FOR ACCURAC ' AND FAIRNESS. if vou think we have failed on either count, please call us immediately so we can discuss the issue. 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