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2 [ The Lovell Chronicle December 27, 2012 air BY KARLA POMEROY The next to last public meeting for the North Big Horn County Airport Master Plan held recently went well, with some new comments from different individuals than who have attended in previous meetings. Airports Manager Carl Meyer said the final draft should be completed within 60 days. The road to the airport was brought up during the meeting with Meyer noting the county road is in need of repair. Meyer told the commissioners, "There is concern not only from a general road maintenance perspective, but from a perspective of providing acceptable conditions for the ambulances that regularly use the road." Grant said the ambulance director has also mentioned issues about the road when they go to the airport for a pa- tient transfer for LifeFlight. Meyer said that the road lies on airport property so there is the potential for repairs being eligible for Feder- al Aviation Administration (FAA) funds. He said the two limiting factors for using FAA funds would be stringent construction requirements under federal guidelines and the low priority of road projects on airports. He said he has als0 approached WYDOT Aeronautics for potential fund- ing sources. In other airport news: The county's airport engineering firm, GDA of Cody, is assisting the county with the completion of the FAA re- quired federal financial report. Meyer said the report de- tails all grant disbursements for the year. As the primary source for tracking of FFA related grants, GDA will pro- vide the majority of the data of the county. Meyer asked for a motion that the commission chair- man be able to sign the report and send it to the FAA later this week. A motion was unanimously approved. A new contract with the Wyoming Department of Transportation was signed to move forward with the Ground Communications Outlet installation at the South Big Horn County Airport. Meyer reported that as a result of an initial accep- tance of Big Horn County's request for consideration by the Bureau of Land Management to transfer land adja- cent to the North Big Horn County Airport near Cowley and the "confirmed need for the parcels as part of the Cowley Master Plan, formal application has been submit- ted for conveyance of the property to Big Horn County." Meyer reported the new snowplow was used last week and "the much larger plow made a significant differ- ence in the time required to clear the runway." From our files We wish you a Happy New Year 100 YEARS AGO The Cowley Weekly Progress December 28, 1912 Ad: Again the cycle of time records another year past and instinctively we turnI faces to the future with a feeling of hope that the New may have in store for us all, only that which may be good in everything. You have made it our banner year in business. That we are grateful you may be assured. Jesse W. Crosby, Jr. We wish you a Happy New Year. Carrol Irene Sept. 7, 1952- Dec. 21, 2012 Carrol Irene Allred died on Dec. 21, 2012, in Billings after a long battle with cancer. She was born Sept. 7, 1952, in Lovell to Denver and Hannah Mayes. She was the first of three children, which in- cluded her brother Neff and sister Mona, She grew up in Lovell and attended Lovell schools, graduating in 1970. She attended Ricks College for two years and Brigham Young University for three years, graduating with a bachelor's degree in clothing and textiles. She married her high school sweetheart Ed Allred in January of 1978, and they were sealed in the Manti, Utah, Temple in 1979. She was a devot- ed member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, and served in many positions in Pri- mary, Young Women, and Relief Society, where she made.many lasting friendships. Her father and her un- cle Deloy started up Mayes Fabrics. She began working there and later became the owner. She worked hard and developed her talent for sewing. She put a lot of miles of thread through several sewing machines making clothing and oth- er gifts for her family and friends. She later became interested in quilting and spent many years creating quilts that were beautiful and well made. She was a .................. :::::::::o ::;::: for many years, and was lat- perfectionist and would not er appointed Battery Com- allow a flaw or mistake to mander in Worland. occupy one of her projects. .... He served in many call- She spent much time pick- ings in the church including ing out threads and re-sew- scoutmaster, bishop, stake ing until a project was ac- clerk and patriarch. He and ceptable. Working in the Kay served as ordinance fabric shop she developed workers in the Billings, many friendships and Mont., temple for two years. loved to spend time making After retiring in 2003, he her own quilts and shar- and Kay served a mission in ing things she had learned Nauvoo, Ill., for 18 months, with others, which was a highlight in In August of 1983, Car-ii i, their life. rol and Ed welcomed their Evan ",Ke' They moved to Rexburg daughter Kristin into the in 2007 when Evan's health world. Carrol loved sew- declined. ing dresses and outfits for Sept, 17, 1934- Evan always grew a her. On May 29, 1988, they large garden, loved running welcomed their son Steven. 13, 2012 (when he had good knees), She enjoyed making out- F. Evan "Ike" Morri- then biking, and walking fits for him as well, turning son, of Rexburg, Idaho, died with his wife. He also loved him into a cowboy one day Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012, af- hunting and fishing, spot- and a soldier or fireman ter a valiant fight with Al- ting wildlife near the fam- the next. Family was ev- zheimez s disease, ily cabin in the Big Horn erything to her and she al- He was born on Sept. 17, Mountains, serving people, ways made sure her home 1934, in Lovell, the oldest and spending time with his was a place where her chil- child of Francis Elggren and family. dren could feel safe, wel- Cleopatra Mickelson Morri-He is survived by his come and comfortable, son. He attended schools in wife, Kay, of Rexburg; Carrol loved going plac- Lovell, where he lettered in daughters Cheryl Lar- es with her family. She football and track and was son (Brian) of Soldotna, spent a lot of time camp- an all-state basketball team Alaska, and Patti Lehm- ing in the mountains where member, an (Mike) of Rexburg; sons she secretly hoped to re- After graduation fromDerek (Kristy)of St. David, tire someday. She was al- high school in 1952, he re- Ariz., David (Amy) of Arte- ways willing to get up and ceived a basketball schol- sic, N.M., and Greg (Chris- take a last minute trip to arship to Utah State Ag- tina) of N. Salt Lake City, anywhere, whether it was ricultural College, where Utah; 21 grandchildren; Billings or Yellowstone. he played for about twobrothers RonMorrison(Bev- She loved taking her grand- years. He then transferred erly) of Lovell, Doug Morri- children to the park to have to Northwest Communi- son (Susan) of Orem, Utah, picnics, where they would ty College in Powell, where and Richard Morrison and make up games that they he played both football and Bruce Morrison (Linda), would play for hours. She basketball. Then in 1955, he both of Lovell; sisters Bev- loved listening to Yanni, was called to serve a mis- erly Thomas (Darwin) of and every chance she got, sion to New Zealand for the Spanish Fork, Utah, Ann would go to his concerts. Church of Jesus Christ of Kropf (Allen) of Clovis, Ca- Carrol is survived byLatter-day Saints. lif., and Sue Borders (Gar- her husband Ed, daughter Following his missionry) of Spokane, Wash.; and Kristin (Seth) Owens, son he attended Brigham Young numerous aunts, uncles and Steven and his fiance' Kate University, graduating with cousins. He was preceded Abbene and grandchildren a degree in accounting in in death by his parents, his Kallie, Kennadee, Kaydree 1961. During that last year granddaughter, Calli Lehm- and Kannon Owens, all of of college, he met his sweet- an, and his grandson Ethan Lovell. She is also survived heart, an Arizona girl, Kay Larson. by her mother Hannah Gardner. They were marriedA viewing was held at Mayes and brother Neil in September of that year in Flamm Funeral Home in (Lesa) Mayes, as well as the Mesa Arizona Temple. Rexburg on Sunday, Dec. 16 many nieces and nephews. Evan and Kay made from 5 to 7 p.m. and funeral She was preceded in death their home in Worland, services were held at 11 a.m. by her sister Mona and fa- where he joined his fathez;s Monday, Dec. 17, 2012, with ther Denver. accounting practice, He.lat- sjtg iop. f 0m 1Q,tp. 10L45 Funeral services will be er earned his C.P.A- and a.m. at the Rexburg S held at 10 a.m. on Thurs- assumed the Worland and Center, r tg, rment in day, Dec. 27, 2012, at the Greybull offices when his the Sutton Oemetery. ,. , Lovell Wyoming Stake father retired. He served in Condolences may be Center. the Army National Guard sent to www.flammfh.com. 75 YEARS AGO The Lovell Chronicle December 30, 1937 J.E. Stafford, manager of the Vaughn & Ragsdale store, is proud of the Lovell community when it comes to competition with other towns. During the Christmas week, largest sales week of the year, the Lovell Vaughn & Ragsdale store sold the largest volume of merchandise in comparison to the amount of stock on hand. W. Burke Former Lovell sident Douglas W. Burke, 92, died Dec. 26, 2012, in Kennewick, Wash. Funeral arrangements are pending through Mueller Funeral Home in Kennewick. ITh eCh? l I Faith Suthern Baptist I Please submit obituaries to us via email: Bible Church fax:307-548-2218; wo.~p s,.i~ ~ 340 E. 3rd St. Lovell I ;:OOam ,l Rev. Kurt McNabb | I Pastor Michael McKnight ~ I Icnews@tatwest.net; I 548-6561 ~! I or bring to our office at 234 E. Main St., /SundaySchl Lovell I Lovel I, Wyoming , 161 Bible /10:30 amLesson 56E. Main J/ | Morn. Worship 11 am Eve. Womhlp 6 pmi Services: Sunday School 9:45 am II = !1 ~pm I Wed. Bible Study 7 pm I Louell flssembly of God Church 310 Idohe live., Leuell Sunday School - 9:45 am Morning Won=hip -- 10:50 am Sunday Night - 6:30 pm Wed. Bible Study - 7 pm Rev. Dan Jarvis 548-7105 St. Joseph's Catholic Church 1141 Shoshone Ave., Lovell Sacrifice of the Mass Sunday 11:30 am Thursday~ noon Reverend Glenn Whewell Attention Byron Residents: New Years holidays, we will do our regular Tuesday route on Wednesday, December 26 and January 2. Byron Solid 548"7021www, hyarttheater.C0m 007 Rated PG-13 143 minutes Friday, Dec. 28 7 pm Saturday, Dec. 29 3&Tpm /orth v ll.orn 48 . s20050 w tafh cDo=,str, ct 1115 Lane , o e , - 5 - . . f UROLOGY Lawrence Kiee, M.D. January 10 1-800-332-7156 NEUROLOGY Allen Gee, M.D. February 1-307-578-1985 CARDIOLOGY K. Scott-Tillery, M.D. January 8 1-406-238-2000 ORTHOPEDICS Whitney Robinson, M.D. January 18 1-800-332-7156 ORTHOPEDICS Jimmie Biles, M.D. January 23 1-877-372-4537 PODIATRY Big Horn Foot Clinic January 2&24 1-888-950-9191 DERMATOLOGY Jared Lund, M.D. February 1-800-332-7156 FOOT CLINIC 307-548-5226 for appt. & info. $10/visit Please use the clinician's phone number as listed to schedule on appointment. ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT the North Big Horn Hospitol ond New Horizons Care Center provide services to persons utilizing the focilities without discriminetion based on rote, color, notional oriqin, (age, sex, religion or hcmdicop. www, nbhh.com