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The News of Record in Beaverhead County E S A-12 - Dilloa Tribune - Wednesday, April 26,1995 Ì 0 ' o o o Nôws of area deaths; OOO Helen Decker Andrus A Dillon native and area his­ torian, Helen Decker Andrus, 81, died at S t Vincent’s Hospi­ tal in Billings on April 22,1995, following a short illness. Rosary was recited Tuesday night at the Brundage Funeral Home in Dillon and Mass of the Resurrection will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 26, at St. Rose Catholic Church. Mrs. Andrus was born March 21, 1914, in Armstead, the daughter of Carl and Nellie Decker. She attended schools in Armstead, Butte and Missoula. She was a graduate of the Uni­ versity o f Montana. She married Harry J. Andrus Feb. 21,1939. She taught home economics for 18 years at Beav­ erhead County High School in Dillon. A noted area historian, she was president of the Beaverhead County Museum, and had vol­ unteered her talents and inter­ ests for many years to preserve the history of the county. She was instrumental in the publishing of the History Book of Beaverhead County and was honored as Woman o f the Year, recently serving as president of the Retired Teachers Associa­ tion. She was acitive in AAUW, the St. Rose Senior Guild and the Retired US Postmasters Association. She was an important influ­ ence in the lives of her family and students. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry, in 1982; son, Harry, Jr., in 1960, and brothers, Edmund and Albert Decker. She is survived by her sister and brother-in-law, Ida and Bob Mibcey of Vista, California; dj&ghters . and sons-in-law, Carla and Ejner Hansen ofMiles City; Donna and Tom Jones of Dillon; Nancy and Jerry Nettik of Billings, and nine grandchil­ dren: Jerry, Keith, Russ and Steve Hansen; Janet, Kreg and Brett Jones; Jennifer and Jac- inda Nettik. The family asks that dona­ tions be made in her memory to the Beaverhead County Mu­ seum, or a charity of the donor’s choice. Sheila Ann Page Memorial services for Sheila Ann Page, 23, were held Mon­ day, April 24, at the Brundage Funeral Home in Dillon, with Gary Smith officiating. She died Saturday, April 22, 1995, at Barrett Memorial Hos­ pital in Dillon,followinga single­ car accident near Wisdom. She was bom September 3, 1971, the daughter of Connie Ann Griggs and Lester Avery Cordry, in Denver, Colorado. After high school, she worked as an electrician. Survivors includeher mother and father, and two sisters, Tammy Kay Peoples and Re­ becca Lynn Walter. Louise Cooksey Funeral services for Louise Cooksey, 61 o f Sheridan will be 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Ruby Valley Baptist Church in Sheri­ dan. Rev. Dennis Fabel will offi­ ciate and burial will be in the Taylor Cemetery in Alder. Mrs. Cooksey died Saturday, April 22,1995, at the Ruby Val­ ley Hospital in Sheridan. She wasbomSept.9,1933,inHulett, Wyoming, the daughter ofLeslie and Esther (Evenson) Davidson. She attended school in Laurin andhigh school in Virginia City. She married Vernon Cooksey Sept 21,1955, in Twin Bridges. She ranched and was a lifelong Sheridan resident, as well as a member of the Ruby Valley Baptist Church in Sheridan. Survivors include her hus­ band, Vernon, of Sheridan; daughters and sons-in-laws, Suzie and Harold Stufflebean of Deer Lodge, Becky Carroll of Bozeman and Alice and Ernie Gilbert of Sheridan; brothers Robert and Glen Davis, both of Sheridan; sister, Mary Rosdahl of Ennis; mother, Esther Davis of Sheridan; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by a sis­ ter, Irene Miller; and brother, Walter Wayne Davidson. Court appointed counsel was assigned to John A. Knapp dur­ ing an initial appearance on April 10. Knapp is accused of criminal possession of danger­ ous drugs, a felony. According to court docu­ ments, Knapp and a female ju­ venile called the Dillon Police at 1:18 a.m. on April 5 and claimed that four people out­ side their apartment were at­ tempting to steal their car. A subsequent police search of the apartment building found no suspects, but police did find a powdery substance, believed to be either cocaine or methanphetamines, in Knapp’s apartment. Court documents state police believed Knapp and the juve­ nile were suffering from drug- induced delusions, and arrested both on the spot After the hearing, Knapp was remanded to the Sheriff’s cus­ tody on $5000 bond. On April 13, Grant Hildreth received a renewed sentence af­ ter the court determined he had failed to comply with the condi­ tions of his original deferred sentence. Hildreth was found guilty of felony sexual assault on July 10 o f 1994 and given a six year deferred sentence. Ac­ cording to court documents, Hildreth failed to meet several of the conditions of that origi­ nal sentence, including signing up with the state department of corrections, paying a court-or­ dered assessment, a psychologi­ cal examination, paying statu­ tory surcharges and registering as a sexual offender. As a result, the court revoked his old sentence and imple­ mented a new six year deferred sentence, beginning on April 15. He was also sentenced to 30 days in the Beaverhead County Jail. Charles Winstead, 20, o f Dil­ lon suffered a broken arm when he rolled his 1987 Olds Toronado on 1-15 near Dillon on April 23. Reports state that Winstead apparently fell asleep at the wheel while driving southbound, and the car drifted into the center median, stuck a guard rail and rolled. M s y f o g S o o o On April 20, Roger Anderson was arrested for misdemeanor theft at Safeway. On April 20, William Nicoletti was arrested for mis­ demeanor theft at Safeway. On April 21, officers were called to a loud party on South Dakota Street, and found sev­ eral underage people there. Kathleen Keenan and two juve­ niles were cited for minor in possession of alcohol. Ryan A. Mayer was arrested for unlaw­ ful transaction with children by supplying alcohol. On April 21, another loud party was reported on North Railroad Street. Arrested for minor in possession of alcohol were: Lisa McAuliffe, Lisa Miller, Patrick Reardon, Kristen Unerdahl, Nataniel Linder and Jason Murgel. On April 22, Michael L. Gee was arrested for DUI-second of­ fence and domestic abuse. On April 22, Shane Donahue was arrested for minor in pos­ session of alcohol. On April 22, David Birkenbuel was arrested for domestic abuse. On April 22, yet another loud party on South Atlantic Street was called into the police. Erin Paddock and James Campbell were arrested for minor in pos­ session of alcohol. On April 22, Sigrid Anders was arrested for minor in pos­ session of alcohol. On April 18 a girl was born to Robyn and John McCall of Ennis at Barrett Memorial Hos­ pital in Dillon. A girl was bom to Debora and John Hawkins o f Dillon on April 19 at Barrett Memorial Hospital. At Barrett Memorial Hospi­ tal a boy was bom to Lisa and Bradley Guinnane of Sheridan on April 21. Dr. Richard D. Knecht Announces the closing of his practice on May 12, 1995 If y o u h a v e a n y q u e s t i o n s p l e a s e c a l l 6 8 3 - 4 2 5 2 Tills Little Pittv Had Roast Beef. PIGS 890 C u t s W rapped Ham & Bacon Cured Free i i 1/2 B EEF $1.39 LB. Cut & W rapped 350-400 lbs. a sida R o b e r t ' s P a c k i n g 2800 S. U.S. Hwy 91 • 683-5542 fflassfiS? I P M O D D O & m On April 10, the sheriff’s of­ fice received a report of a grinder, a case o f oil and a case of Heet stolen from a quonset hut on a ranch north of Dillon. The theft is believed to have occurred sometime between April 8 and April 10. On April 10, the sheriffs of­ fice investigated a report o f an accidental gunshot wound vic­ tim at Barrett Memorial Hospi­ tal. The victim, a Dillon male juvenile, was apparently hunt­ ing gophers on Anderson Lane when his rifle accidentally dis­ charged, sending a bullet into his right foot. On April 18, a large number of tools were reported stolen from a garage in the Wise River area. The owners of the Elkhora Hot Springs reported that they caught six people swimming in their pool at 5:30 a.m. on April 7. The following people ap­ peared in Justice Court on April 18, charged with criminal tres­ pass. Jeremy Schunke, 19; Dustin Richardson, 19: Robert Hanchett, 19; Kelly Ketcham, 19 and Catherine Weaver, 18. Those people, all WMC stu­ dents, were given fines o f $100, $50 suspended. One adult fe­ male has yet to appear in con­ nection with the incident. o o I L s b m A o Twin Bridget Hot Lunch Menu Thursday, April 27- Bologna & Cheese Sandwich, Lettuce Leaf, Pickles, Noodles, Jello, Fruit, Milk Friday, April 28 • Piroskie, Lettuce Salad, Whipped Jello, Fruit, Milk Monday, May 1 - Pasty, Car­ rot Sticks & Dip, Pears, Fruit, Graham Cracker Cookie, Milk Tuesday, May 2 - Turkey Pita Pocket w/Lettuce, Fruit, Pudding, Milk Wednesday, May 3 - Tomato Soup w/Crackers, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Carrot Sticks & Dip, Fruit, Milk Dillon woman listed in College Who's Who The 1995 edition of \Who's Who Among Students in Ameri­ can Universities and Colleges\ will include Kari Stonelake, a Gonzaga University senior ma­ joring in public relations, who has been selected as a national outstanding leader. Stonelake is the daughter of J. Lynn and Marlene Stonelake of Dillon, Montana. B U S I N E S S D I R E C T O R Y For Dillon and tho Surrounding A tmin . 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