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Valley Flowers & Gifts

154 E Main St
Lovell, WY 82431
(307) 548-7101

Lovell WY News

Jul 5, 2019

Could a 'little-known' Mississippi law get Curtis Flowers out on bail? - Jackson Clarion Ledger

Mississippi Office of Capital Defense Counsel, Cornell Death Penalty Project, Hogan Lovells law firm and the Mississippi Innocence Project, the release said. The latest episode of In the Dark is available online and through Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and other podcast streaming platforms. Titled "Revelations," the podcast also reveals two new pieces of information — how a former suspect's "airtight alibi" might not be so airtight after all and how a witness, who said she saw Flowers running from the furniture store the morning of the murders, cast doubt on her own testimony. Contact Alissa Zhu at Follow @AlissaZhu on Twitter.

May 24, 2018

Taranaki florist business started with flowers for soldiers

Catherine Groenestein Florist Steffi Chapman owns Lovell's Flowers, a business that has been going for 100 years in Hawera. Elizabeth Lovell's prowess with making wreaths came to the fore as soldiers were welcomed home to Hāwera after the First World War ended.Her floral tributes grew into a thriving business that is still known for its wreaths, Lovell's Flowers current owner Steffi Chapman said. "It originally started when the troops came back from the war. Everyone was asking Mrs Lovell to make them wreaths, so she started her own business in town. She used to grow her own flowers and she had a massive garden on farmland near South Rd."Mrs Lovell was a keen gardener and her name appears frequently in the lists of prizewinners from the Normanby Horticultural Society Show reported in the Hawera and Normanby Star from 1917, 1918 and 1921.READ MORE:* Steady flow of new members as RSA celebrates 100th anniversaryLater, her daughter, Pat Blyth, joined her mother and ran the business for many...

Oct 5, 2017

Sunflowers soar at the Matthews residence

Retired archaeologist Bill Matthews of Lovell might be able to soon write a new children’s story –Bill Matthews proudly displays his 15-foot sunflower from high atop his garage on Lane 12 west of Lovell.Courtesy photo“Bill and the Sunflower Stalk” if the giant flowers growing next to his garage are any indication.With a little more time on his hands following his retirement in April of 2016 from the U.S. Forest Service, Matthews turned some of his energy to his garden and this year planted some sunflower seeds of the mammoth variety in soil next to his garage at the home he and wife Mary share on Lane 12 west of Lovell.The result is a row of tall sunflowers, including one that now stretches high above his garage in front of a south-facing wall.“This is what happens when you retire,” Matthews said with a chuckle after providing a photograph of himself standing on the roof with a bloom at chest level some 15 feet tall. “When one is retired you notice you have more time to tend to your garden.”The flowers have grown so tall th... (Lovell Chronicle)

Mar 9, 2017

Flowers aren't all your garden needs

Lisa Fida is hoping garden art will catch your fancy as you wait for the snow to melt.Fida owns Timber Bay Home & Garden, based in her home in Lovell, and is the creator of Clifford, the Copper Eating Caterpillar. This 8-inch-by-2-inch creature’s segmented body is made from cast stone, which gives him an abstract look even as he realistically takes a few bites out of the copper leaf he grasps. His name may sound cartoonish, but Clifford is nothing if not a classy addition to the garden.Clifford, the Copper Eating Caterpillar’s segmented body is made from cast stone. Photo courtesy of Lisa Fida“He doesn’t bite, you don’t have to feed him, and he doesn’t reproduce,” Fida joked.Fida used to live in Florida, where she gardened year round. When she moved to Maine, her husband and father-in-law cleared a large space for a garden at her new home. “Of course all the snow melts,” she recalled, “and I’m rippin’ and raring to go and get out there and plant, and they go ‘Sweetie, no. The ground is still frozen.’ ”Unable to plant, Fida began buying garden art, “treasures,” as she called them. But the pieces weren’t durable. “I couldn’t afford the expensive stuff that I knew would last,” she said, “and the cheap stuff – it was cheap.”So seven y... (Press Herald)

Aug 29, 2016

'Rude' carrot among the winners at Kingston St Mary Flower Show

CUP WINNERS: Vegetables overall, vegetable collection, Sue Wyatt; vegetable exhibit, Joseph Heayns; flowers overall, Eric Lovell; begonia, Dennis Calvert; flower exhibit, Jane House; indoor plant, Heather Calvert; decorative arrangement, Sue Wyatt; homecraft overall, Janet Lovell; loaf of bread, Pamela Serjeant; larder items, Annie Trolley; children’s overall, Madeline Dorse; painting watercolour, Sharon Farnham; painting other, Marlene Craig; sculpture, Sue Tilleray; handicraft, Kate Ranson. FIRST PLACE WINNERS: Vegetables and fruit - collection of vegetables, potatoes, beetroot, runner beans, shallots, dessert apples, salad items, Sue Wyatt; potatoes coloured, leeks, Joseph Heayns; carrots, onions large, John Manning; peas, novelty tomatoes, French beans, soft fruit, any other fruit or veg, Bill Hayes; courgettes, Joyce Penston; cucumbers, Debbie Sweet; onions small, Eric Lovell; tomatoes, Joan Fitton. Flowers and plants - begonia, Dennis Calvert; nasturtiums, Bill Hayes; annuals, Dean Mockridge; pansies, John Leahy; roses single, roses trusses, Jane House; sweet peas, dahlias, Joseph Heayns; zinnia, culinary herbs, Eric Lovell; foliage indoor plant, perennials, Heather Calvert; flowering indoor plant, Carla Griffith; succulent or cactus, fuschia, James Mockridge; flowering stems, Nancy Lyons; shrubs/trees, John Leahy. Decorative arrangements - 90th birthday, foliage, Sue Wyatt; small arrangement, Jane House; a miniature, Heather Calvert; have a go, Helen Mancini; posy, Sarah Anderson. Homecraft - fruit cordial, Sue Anderson; wine, Angela Heayns; marmalade, Ja... (Somerset County Gazette)

Apr 22, 2016

April 15, 2016

Cooler, of Ridgeland; grandsons, Wesley and Alex Cooler; sisters, Susie Riley, of Verbena, Ala., Thelma (Roy) Tillotson, of Ridgeland, and Kaye Lovell, of Augusta, Kan.; sister-in-law, Lynn (Richard) Dickey, of Jacksonville, Fla.,; and several uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, and cousins.He was preceded in death by his brother Jack (Jasper Jr.) and sister, Faye.A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday 3 p.m. at Vaigneur Funeral Home, 6802 Tillman Road, Ridgeland, S.C., followed by a graveside service at Ebenezer Cemetery, Yemassee, S.C.The family will receive friends from 2 p.m. until the hour of the memorial service.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to Hospice Care of the LowCountry, P..O Box 3827, Bluffton, S.C. 29910.Vaigneur Funeral Home is assisting the family with the arrangements. Kenneth R. DraytonKenneth R. Drayton, 78, of Waycross, passed away Wednesday (April 13, 2016) at Baptist Village Retirement Communities.He was born Dec. 6, 1937 in Fort Myers, Fla. He was raised and graduated high school in Jonesville, Mich. in 1955. He went on to serve his country in the United States Navy.He met and married Mary Lou Thrift, of Nahunta, in Waycross in 1959. He graduated from Michigan State University and worked for years as an Instrumentation Engineer for the Kodak Company in Rochester, N.Y. He was active in the Instrument Society of America.He is survived by one son, Kenneth B. Drayton, of Nahunta; six grandchildren, Robert Shane Drayton, of Atlanta, Courtney Drayton, of Nahunta, Kailee Drayton Rowell (husband, Caleb), of Nahunta, Justin Drayton, of Nahunta, Amanda Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y., Mary Jayne Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y.; one great-grandson, Lennox Drayton, of Karlsruhe, Germany; one brother, Karl Drayton (wife, Nancy), of Clarkston, Mich.; two sisters, Karen Drayton Trueman (husband, Robert), of Inman, S.C., Suzanne Drayton Wade Mercer (husband, Robert), of Columbus; a daughter-in-law, Lori Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y.; and numerous other relatives.He was preceded in death by his daughter, Wanda Jean Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y., his son, Gregory Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y., his parents, Robert P. and Julia Belle Griffin Drayton, of Waycross, his brother, Keith Drayton, of Antioch, Tenn., and by his wife, Mary Lou, in 2012.The funeral will be held 2 p.m. Saturday in the Miles-Odum Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in Bethlehem Cemetery in Hickox.The family will receive friends Saturday at the funeral home beginning at 1 p.m.In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Waycross Primitive Baptist Church, 107 Linden Drive, Waycross, Ga. 31501.Sympathy may be expressed at Mary Carter GraingerA celebration of life service for Mary Carter Grainger, 52, will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at the Upper Room, 702 Ossie Davis Parkway, where Minster Samuel Seller is pastor. Pastor Bertha Banks will bring words of comfort.Born April 13, 1963 in Homerville, she was oldest child born to the union of Justine Kates Kirksey and the late Joseph Kirksey. She lived most of her life in Ware County.Mary was joined in holy matrimony to Freddy (Joe) Granger whom she loved very much. She was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend.She was a determined and strong willed individual who loved everyone showing no one is beyond the reach of forgiveness. She was a very caring person always willing to help and give a listening ear to those in need who came across her path in life. She had an unconditional love for her children and grandchildren that could not be erased by life’s burdens and issues.Some of the favorite things she enjoyed doing was cooking delicious food for her family and friends, listing to music and watching the Bold and the Beautiful ,the Young and the Restless television shows.Mary departed this life Monday morning (April 11, 2016) at Mayo Clinic... (WJHnews)