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2 ] The Lovell Chronicle [ November 1, 2012 HELl continued from page 1 member Scott Allred onboard. "We sent in Captain Scott Allred because he has ex- tensive military training that we thought would help with the landing," said Blackburn. Allred, a former Blackhawk flight operations special- ist, helped Abraham scout out landing zones in what he said was extremely rugged terrain where there were very few options for landing the craft safely. At one point, Abra- ham landed the helicopter and let Allred out to scout on foot for a landing zone located closer to the patient. Allred said he sensed an extreme emergency when he saw the patient and suggested that Abraham fly him di- rectly to Lovell rather than to wait for Life Flight to arrive. "We are taught that there is a golden hour in rescue," explained Allred, "where chances of survival are greatly increased if we can get the patient advanced medical care within the first hour of the incident." Allred noted that due to the complexities created by the rugged terrain, the patient wasn't actually flown to the hospital for approximately three hours. When the initial call came in to 911 at approximately 4 a.m., a ground crew of SAR volunteers began their hike into the area. "If you look on the map, they were located only about four inches from the main road, but because the terrain was so rugged, it took more than an hour to hike in to the location," said Allred. Since there wasn't enough room for both Allred and the patient onboard the helicopter, Allred stayed behind where he and the other SAR volunteers helped the oth- er members of the hunting party pack up their camp and horses and exited the area on horseback. The patient was taken to North Big Horn Hospital where he was stabilized and Life-Flighted to Billings for additional care. Allred said the conditions were "horrible" but had all of the elements of a "good search." "We used all of our resources• We had to locate the patient, coordinate with Life Flight and use private air- craft with pilots who had to push their comfort zone to find and rescue what appeared to be a life-threatened patient," said Allred, who pointed out that rescues rarely occur on a perfect sunny day in easy terrain. "The situation is never an easy one," said AUred. "If it was easy for them to get out, they wouldn't need our help." Meet the candidates program tonight The Lovell Area Chamber of Commerce will host a Meet the Candidates Night tonight (Thursday) at 7 p.m. at the Lovell Community Center. With some races featuring unopposed candidates such as the Lovell School Board race, the chamber has been se- lective in inviting candidates. Invited and expected to attend are Lovell Town Coun- cil candidates Scott Allred, Jack Brinkerhoff, Brian Dick- Jewell Cole 1911 - Oct. 21, 2012 Jewell Cole Adey Farmer died Oct. 21, 2012, at the New Horizons Care Center in Lovell. She was born Feb. 2, 1911, in Hous- ton, Missouri, the daugh- ter of Delilah Haney Cole and Estrel Cole. She was the middle child of nine children• She had four brothers and four sisters. Jewell married Vernon Adey on June 23, 1933, in Houston, MO. To this union three children were born, including a daughter Maxine and sons Emmett and Lynn. In October 1956 Vernon died from a heart attack. Jewell was married to Oscar Farmer on Jan. 2, 1962. Oscar died in August 1987. Jewell was preceded in death by her parents; husbands Vernon Adey and Oscar Farmer; son Emmett Adey; grandson, Timothy Adey; son-in-law George Wambeke; broth- ers Johnie, James, Everett and Cecil and sisters Myr- tle, Mamie and Edna. Jewell is survived by her daughter, J. Maxine Wambeke of Lovell; son Lynn Adey (Lois) of Lovell; sister Blanch Ross of Hous- ton, MO; grandchildren Georgette Lewis (Nick), Gary Wambeke, Vernon Adey (Mary), Keela Man- gus (Bob) and Travis Adey (Tammy); 18 great-grand- children and 21 great- great- grandchildren; step- son Jim Farmer (Mary) and family; step-daugh- ter Bette Sand (Lawrence) and family; brother-in-law Willard Adey (Laura); sis- ter-in-law Beulah Flow- ers (Joye) and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Services were held Oct. 26, 2012, at Haskell Funeral Home in Lovell. Interment was in the Lovell Cemetery. Dean William Carroll Dean William Carroll, 66, of Cowley, died on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, at North Big Horn Hospital in Lovell. Cre- mation has taken place. Memorial services will be held on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, at 2 p.m. at the Lovell Bible Church• Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.haskellfuneral- home.com. A. Holzer Jul 23, 1926- Oct. 26, 2012 Sally A. (Hunter) Hol- zer, 86, died at North Big Horn Hos- pital in Lovell on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012. Sal- ly was the young- est of sev- en chil- dren born to William Harry and Phoebe (Yon) Hunter of Altoona, Pa. She mar- ried Frederick G. Holzer on Aug. 13, 1949. They later divorced in 1984. She spent most of her life in Altoona, where she worked in the garment in- dustry, beginning her em- ployment at the Puritan Knitting Mills in the 40s, later working for "The Sweet Shop," a local soda and candy store, and then in retail clothing sales at Gables Dept. Store and Meyer Johansson's. She moved to Cowley in May of 1984 to join her son and his family• She then worked in the dietary department at North Big Horn Hospi- tal and the New Horizons Care Center until her re- tirement. Sally moved into the Care Center in March of 2012. Sally is survived by her son Arthur and his wife Patti of Cowley; grandchil- dren David and his wife Leslie and their children Haylie and Zander of Price, Utah, and Dawn Kromrey and her husband Cody J. and their daughter Alexa of Powell; sister-in-law Lil- lian Hunter of California and many nieces and neph- ews across the country. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers Ar- thur, Ralph, Harry and Da- vid; sisters Ethel and Ruth; and two children who died at birth, Ruthann and Da- vid H. The family wishes to thank Pastor Paula Mor- ris of the Lovell United Methodist Church, Rev. Chris Brandt of St. John's Lutheran Church and the many staff and physicians of the Lovell Care Cen- ter and hospital and her many local friends for the care given to Sally over the years. She will be remem- bered by many friends both in Altoona and the Lovell area. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Haskell Funeral Home of Lovell. Services with in- terment of cremains in the Cowley Cemetery will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Sally's name to the Lovell United Methodist Church. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www. haskellfuneralhome.com. Please recycle this newspaper son and Stephen Fowler; Republican nominee for countyPlease submit obituaries to us via email: commissioner Jerry Ewen and declared write,in candidate ...... .................. i Linda Harp, who finished soeoad to'EW n inthe rlhla- ' .......... ,cnewsLmt est.net; rax:. u/- e-zzlu; St. Joseph's f Serving Northern • . , ..... ' • . / , ~/'~Big Horn coun :] Methoa stY' tWl :ry electron; and possibly others. Also .expected to attend or bnng to our office at / are Lovell Hospital'Board candidates Mary Matthews and " • Catholic Church /. J C,.., O ./3. .............. 234 E. Mare St., Lovell, Wvommo Dee wozzens, WhO are vymgmr me aeslgna,ea Loveu sea,on the board of trustees. : .... : : Sacrifice1141Shosh0neAve..Lovell,'ofthe Mass[ IL(/ " years l| Refreshments will be served, and the forum will be I~~-~' Papk~!ti!h;CaS°~!ne~2!::/church 54e-7478...____ ,...._._.. moderated by Love]] Chronicle Publisher David Peck. r-~ i ~.a ,,,,1 • ,.,• ~ 1 Sunday- ~ , /'4-1 I 1he mvte Lnurcn / Thursday11:30am- }J!!:ll='l~llJ~ ell 340E~rdSt. Lovell I . / 12noon j~ili / .. - :- -E.Y.- ".": .-.-; -.".. [ I /worsnlp >ervme 1 Prayer / pm/ . +r+o+ c+t , , ,+o ___ ........, • / ~4~s61 e I /s~;.day School is ..... . M ..... / Reverend~;!~ 8 v • Services: Sunday School 9:45 am 10:30 am 56 E. Main I / 10:30 Lovell Worship I Voters ..... to decide retention of I %V: Weci, BibleStudyTpm" . I .... ,o+,, J/ GlennWhewell Magistrate Royal BY KARLA POMEROY • • . ~ IL.[y I[~ L.1211Ei˘r Along with deciding tax issues and electing people to I ]l~,~v,~r I . ..... ~ ~,t,~ • ~,~. presents varmus boards and councils, voters will also be deciding I . I .... flssemb[9 on Tuesday whether to retain Fifth Judicial District mag- I t rart fair I I Arts & Craft I of Sod istrate Randy Royal • Sat No~ 17 ^ " • I I • . • .... , . , vam-zpm Royal said thin will be the th,rd t~me he has come up I ..... I I n ..... I Church for four-year retention as full-time magistrate for district I t, eaver ~own tam, I I oazaa • I 310 laah0 flue., L0uell .... Tab/ available, contact ~ Services and c~rcmt court m Horn County. L, ,% I ~'~ . i T ,'~ 9:15 am Bible Study , MollyYates ~at. 1NOV .~ Hes been a court commissioner and magistrate for R+/~_ "" I , 307 250 9871 about 15 years, he said, and enjoys the service to the coun- - - I a. m 4~ ~'~ Morning Womhip -- 10:50 am 10.'30 am Worship Service Sunday Night -- 6:30 pm Wednesday Service 7:30 pm t He r 307 664 2542 "7 '~" " 1~'"." y. esides in Greybull. - - I ....... -~-- ~r. • Wed. Bible Study -- 7 pm Royal said the role of magistrate for the county is am- I Breakfast I lZl b ~tn bt. * t~asln Rev. Dan Jarvis (l]i~iko~ (~/~[corn~ [ " ' ~ ~ o L Held on 2nd floor of Theater portant because often times I m the onlv full-time iud e / IgiI P% unch I 548-7105 rhe l.uthoran Church-Missouri Synod available in the county." He said there are two levels of • Elevator Access , magistrates -- part-time and full-time. Full-time magistrates, he said, by statute are desig- nated to sit in counties where the circuit court judge does not live. Since Judge Thomas Harrington lives in War- land, Big Horn County is allowed a full-time magistrate. "I'm on call pretty much all them time. I have the same authority as a circuit court judge," he said, adding that there are a few exceptions when it comes to filling in at the district court level. Royal said often he will be called upon to sign a search warrant at 2, 3 or 4 a.m. "I'm available 24 hours," he said, adding that the full- time magistrate often times is the only judicial presence in the county. Services offered Facial, Pedicure. 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