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lmmummmmmmnmmmmmmmm m www. LovellChronicle.com December 16, 2010 I The Lovell Chronicle I 3 PeopZe in the news AIIread/oWinrterstowed i Cowley e ,vs DRUE TEBBS-MEEK 548-6901 Christmas is just around the corner. The homes are decorated, Main Street looks bright and cheerful and families" are looking forward to having their college students come home for the holiday. There are concerts, parties and Santa appears in various places so the children can talk With him. My son, Nathan Shum- way, finally realized that the cold weather around here is just not going to let up for a few months and he returned to his home in Pa- tagonia, Ariz. He called to- night and said he's final- ly warm at 85 degrees. He was in the Cowley area for five months and our fam- ily members enjoyed hav- ing him here. He survived South Pass and said the roads were fine except in the Wind River Canyon. We have a new neigh- bor, Nadine Larsen bought Dessie Woodis' home right behind us and has been in town since November. She is from Salt Lake City. Her son Boyd and daughter-in- law Julie Larsen and six boys bought Randy and Dione Townsend's home last year. Mrs. Larsen said she loves Cowley, that the people are so friendly and have welcomed her, and her youngest grandson comes over to her house af- ter grade school and keeps her company. She spends a lot of time with her grand- sons and she is happy to be here. She said she just at- tended the Rocky Moun- tain High School Christmas Concert and is glad that she doesn't have to fight traffic to attend the many events held in the area. She also mentioned that people have told her that it really doesn't snow much here, but she was caught in that heavy snowstorm last week and when she returned from the Red Apple she couldn't see much and her turn into her driveway was too sharp and she got stuck in a snow bank. Luckily her friends Ken and Sha- ron Blackburn, were pretty close by and helped dig her out. Welcome to Cowley. When we grew up in the 1940s and 50s there was some property that we called Tucker's Hill. All the young kids rode their bikes and scooters and horses up that hill and we thought it was like a mountain. In the winter we would ride our sleds and some kids would even ski there. Grand- mother Tucker would nev- er sell the land because she just knew an LDS Temple would be built there some- day. We had many won- derful hours of the day and early evenings on that hill. The Tucker family lived in a home right by the land as long as they were alive. Their son Jim Tucker has inherited the place. Dr. John Bennion, son of the late Wayne and Reva Bennion and his wife, Mar- garet, daughter of Alys Welch Winterholler and the late Bert Winterholler, have recently bought a lot in Cowley and are in the process of building a'home. John and Margaret live in Billings, where he is a den- tist and he said that the home should be finished by July 1. Dr. Bennion's broth- er, Dan Bennion of Pow- ell, is in charge of building the new place. The couple is looking forward to mov- ing back home for the sum- mer months and when they retire they will return for good. Neil Simmons has bought the other lot. Neil was raised in Cowley with his brother Roland and sis- ter Marguerite Strom. Their parents are the late Vernal "Fat" and Lizzy Simmons. Roland and his fami- ly live on the home site of their parents and has built a beautiful new home there. Marguerite and Moody's lumberyard used to be on the Tucker land and soon the brothers and their sister will be close to each other. John Bennion told me an interesting event that I never knew. John told me that when the new LDS church was built, dirt from TuckeFs Hill was given to the church so the contrac- tors would have enough dirt to level the land. That's the reason Tucker's Hill has looked so small the last years. The young people who grew up here all have their own memories of our famous hill and it will be nice to have the two fami- lies living on our "sacred" play yard. Allred are pleased to an- nounce the marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Veronica Allred, to Scott Workman Winters, son of Norman and Marla Win- ters. They will be married in the Billings Temple on Dec. 21, 2010. Stephanie graduated from Rocky Mountain High School in 2010 and has been attending Brigham Young Scott and Stephanie University in Idaho. Scott graduated from Burlington Riverside Spanish Mission High School in 2004, served and is attending Northwest a mission in the California College. Burnham/Block summer wedding planned Ken and Diane Badget of Cowley have announced the engagement of their grandson James Burnham to Rachel Block. Burnham is currently serving in the U.S. Navy. He graduated from Rocky Mountain High School in 2007 and is a nuclear power reactor operator on board the submarine USS San Juan SSN-751. Rachel is the daughter of Debra and James Block and resides in Orland Park, Ill. She is employed as an accounting assistant for an insurance company in Chi- cago. A mid-summer ceremo- James and Rachel ny is planned. Following their wedding, the couple hopes to come to Cowley to visit family and friends, af- ter which they will return to Maine to begin the ad- venture of a lifetime as a Navy family. Byron News RACHEL GEORGE 548-2220 Harriet and Dwaine Jackson have returned to Byron after visiting family in Georgia for three weeks. Four of the Jacksons' five time at the beach, but with- out Duane, as he tells me he doesn't do the beach. In ad- dition to spending time with family both Harriet and Dwaine take part in a Pre- 1840 Rendezvous where at- singing solos. Miguel Gur- rola, Ricky Rivera and Dy- lan Williams began one of the songs by singing a trio together and Denise Escal- ante sang a solo part in an- other song. All of these stu- filled with holiday color in the form of greenery, poinsettias and Christmas trees. Many people also shared their nativity sets, which were used to deco- rate the individual tables. keep it going. The mayor- elect has expressed his de- sire to carry on the tradi- tion as well. If you have any suggestions for continuing the event let him know. The Byron Lions Club Tuesday morning due to cloud cover. This particu- lar event is unique in that these meteors come from the remnants of an asteroid as opposed to the usual com- et residue. You'll probably children live in Georgia tendees wear period cloth- dents had very nice voices, There was a short program will be having their annual come to know that I love as- along with 10 of their 13 ing and reenact the Rocky and it was nice to see them after eating that highlight- lighting contest to be judged tronomy, and while not an grandchildren. Although Mountain fur trade era. have the confidence to sing ed memories of Christmas this weekend. This year expert myself in any way, in Concert season is "now so well in front of, a;targe .past a d:the party finished there will be eight prizes I do have a couple of rela- eqrgia, they.da have one in full swing. Students of audience, i .i with a visit from Santa awarded in two categories,., tives that know quite a bit chilff and two grandchil- all ages from Byron haveNearly 200 people from Claus. large-scale decorations and about the night skies and dren that live in Wyoming been involved in Rocky the community attended aThe final Mayor's Lun- small-scale decorations. No keep me informed. Byron is as well as a step-grandchild Mountain and Lovell con-Christmas party hosted by cheon under the current ad- sign -up is necessary, so if a wonderful place to be able that lives in Finland. certs in recent weeks. I at- the LDS Church last week. ministration was held onyou haven't already, getto see these astronomical While in Georgia Har- tended the Rocky Mountain Thos'e who came brought Dec. 10. This has been ayour decorations hung. events. We have clear skies riet attended her 16th con- Middle School concert last salads or desserts and the very enjoyable get-togetherI was disappointed and very little light pollu- secutive high school class week where several Byronchurch provided ham and for those who attend, and to miss the Gemini mete-tion, which makes for re- reunion. She also spent students were involved in potatoes. The gym was many people would like to or shower that peaked onmarkable star gazing. Lovell Mid le School r .................... .............................................................. : ......................................................................................................................................................................................... honor rollm eleased I i) iiiil ~!i!i Lovell Middle School Tyler Teter, Billie Tillett, Ilet (.J) l tl t y-" yUS, c he has released a list of hon- Hunter Tippetts, Masey invite friends andfamify to help celebrate their parents PVHC Is or roll students for the Tippetts, Teann Tippetts, first quarterofthe2010-11 Shelby Wardell, Timarie! I: Hosp @ in the I schoolyear. Wardell, and CadenZeller.7oth WeddingAnnive, sary The following stu- Students on the Mer, f/ / dents earned a spot on the it Honor Roll in the first Straight A Honor Roll for quarter, earning a GPAi t Stat iming! the first quarter of the year of 3.61-3.0 were: Riley by earning a 4.0 GPA: Tori Abraham, Tyler Admidin, t Aiken' Kyle Burtn' Ja" Amanda Allred' Daryn i~ i i .... B clyn Caldwell, Trysa Flood, Allred, Shandelle Allred, i: gade Gifford, Jason Sarf- Ameesha Anderson, Emi- No g fls, just of.. .rent w;th them. 1 at.l y " aby-r endly" and its logo are registered w,th the US Committee for UNICEF ii~~ ~ii " ; ord, Madyson Jones, Amber lie Asay, Makaela Aver- [ ~!~::~: Mayes, Justin Mickelson, ett, Jillian Banks, Heath- ~o~;~;;;~;;;~i~;,; Kaitlyn Mickelson, Trace er Bartling, Merrill Beck, Murphey, Mykelle Nich- ols, Kendra Price and Alex Sawaya. Students on the Scho- lastic Honor Roll in the first quarter, earning a GPA of 3.99-3.62 were: Jo- seph Bassett, McKay Bax- endale, Samantha Cham- bers, Sara Clark, Jaret Collins, Zeke Collins, Kon- ner Davis, Kaitlyn Grant, Whitney Grant, Madison Harper, Nicolas Haskell, Lauren Hinckley, Amirah Khan, Whitney Luna, Cait- lyn Lundberg, Miranda May, Reece May, Kaleb Mayes, Charri McArthur, Chayli McArthur,Metya McArthur, Mylee McAr- thur, Mya Meier,Shawn Mollett, Aaron Monterde, C J Murphey, Quinn Lily My- ers, Dylan Ohman, Eliza- beth Price, Emilee Reasch, Savanna Savage, Alyssa Schneider, Jazmyn See, Rachelle Smith, Michael Steiner, Virginia Stewart, Kelly Bloch, Dakota Bond, Emilee Bryson, Ashleigh Chambers, Terrin Clark, Cassandra Colvin, Sloan Colvin, Alex Connour, RJ Davila, Erik Ferbrache, Alexis Ferguson, Aspen Flood, Beau Green, Ny- ckalas Harvey, Shyla Hill, Lane Hoover, Jeffrey Jame- son, Chase Johnston, Cor- tni Jolley, Mackenzie Jue, Tyler Krogh, Chandler Lo- pez, Richard Mangali, An- drew Mayes, Mysen McAr- thur, Andrew McCraney, Jaccob Mickelson, Joseph Mickelson, Cole Moncur, Anastasia Nicholson, Rob- ert Nowak, Caira Putnam, Brendan Roman, Lacee Scheeler, Paige Schmitt, Dillon Schneider, Trey Smith, Emily Snell, Dan- iel Strom, Brandon Teter, Mikayla Thompson, Ran- dy Walker, Richard Walk- er, Colton Wardell, Sophie Whicker, Jacob Winterhol- ler and Dakota Workman. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!ii ii? iiiiiiii!i!i!)i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii~ ii!ili!iiiii!ili!i!i)iiiil i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil ~iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiili~iiiiiii ::::::::::::::::::5: ..... iiiiii!i!!!i!i!i!!!'!!!'!i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiili iii iii ii i got together with Santa to wish you... 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