Herbert W. Ainsworth, Obituary, Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland, Wyoming, Friday, May 1, 1998, page 2.
     WORLAND --- Big Trails native and longtime Big Horn Basin resident Herbert W. Ainsworth, 77, died on Tuesday, April 28, 1998 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Billings, Mont.
     He was born at Big Trails on April 14, 1921, a son of Ray W.D. and Edith May (Brown) Ainsworth.  He was raised at Big Trails and attended schools there.
     He worked on ranches in the Big Trails area, then served briefly in the U.S. Army during World War II.
     He married Doris C. Morton on Aug. 29, 1943 at Big Trails.
     After the war, he returned to the Ten Sleep area to work on ranches, then worked for a short time at the beanery in Basin.
     The family then lived at Pendleton, Ore., in Worland, and at Basin before he moved to Salt Lake City to work in a cabinet factory.  They lived at Kalispell and Bozeman, Mont., before returning to Worland in 1967.
     Mr. Ainsworth worked for the Ramshead Lumber Co., for a year, then went to work for McClellan and MacQueen Construction as a carpenter and cement-finisher, retiring in 1986 after working for the company for 17 years.
     Mr. Ainsworth was an active member of the Worland Seventh-Day Adventist Church, where he had been a deacon and had served as the Sabbath School superintendent for several years.  His hobbies included rock hunting, lapidary work and woodworking.
     He is survived by his wife of Worland; his son, Dale Ainsworth of Worland; two daughters, Shirley Framness of Kila, Mont., and June Pierce of Worland; a brother, Harold Ainsworth of Milton-Freewater, Ore.; five grandchildren and one great- granddaughter.
     He was preceded in death by his parents.
     Visitations are scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Veile Mortuary, and from 12:30 to 2 p.m. Sunday at the Worland Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
     The service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, with the Rev. Robert Elliott officiating.
     Burial is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Sunday at the Ten Sleep Cemetery.