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Page A-14 - D illon T r ib u n e - Wednesday, September 24, 1997 News of record in Beaverhead County 7 i' -vs-- 1 f V f t 7 'C 'v ' \ « c , c i Lucile Wolfe Memorial Mass will be cel­ ebrated Thursday, Sept. 25, at 2 p.m. at St. Rose Catholic Church for Lucile Wolfe, 85, a longtime Dell area rancher. Rosary will be recited at7 p.m.Wednesday at the Brundage FHineral Chapel. Burial will follow at Mountain View Cemetery in Dillon. Mrs. Wolfe died suddenly at Barrett Memorial Hospital Sun­ day, Sept. 21, 1997, one day after her 85th birthday. She was bom Sept. 20,1912, in Thornton, Idaho, the second daughter of Neil and N e ttie Anderson. She attended Thornton and Rigby area schools until her final two years ofhigh school, when she went to Logan Academy in Utah. She finished high school at Logan Academy as valedictorian of her graduating class. She at­ tended college in Texas and Rexburg, Idaho, earning a teach­ ing certificate. Her first teaching assignment was in Salmon, Idaho, where she met her future husband, Maurice Wolfe. They were m arried in Pocatello, Idaho, May 31,1937, and lived at Lemhi where they ranched on the Old Indian Agency Ranch. She taught at the Lemhi School. Lucile and Maurice purchased the Smith McKnight ranch near Dell in 1943, where they main­ tained their homes until their deaths. Perpetuation ofthe family's ranching heritage continued be one of the focuses of her life. She loved her garden, especially her flowers, and made a life study of learning how to get things to flourish in a high altitude and a short growing season. She had a vast knowledge of edible plants and in nature, and at one point was referred to as another Ewell Gibbens. One of her greatest pleasures was taking her cut flowers and vegetables to her many friends and neighbors. She developed a hobby in grow­ ing flowers for drying and working 1 them into flower arrangements which resembled natural scenes. She served as a member of the Dell School Board before its con­ solidation. Community affairs were uppermostin herconcemsandshe worked as a 4-H leader, helped in the creation of the Dell Commu­ nity Hall and was an active par­ ticipant in the Dell Home Demon­ stration Club. She was also a member of St. Rose ofLima Catho­ lic Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Maurice, and two sisters, Emma Anderson of Thornton, Idaho, and Clara Ellis of Leadore. She is survived by two sisters, Mary Thomas of Menan, Idaho, and Edith Anderson of San Francisco, Calif., and twobrothers, Rush Anderson ofThom ton, Idaho, and Keith Anderson of Sacramento, California; two sons, Ed Wolfe of Dell and Dr. Harve Wolfe of Dillon; News of area deaths. two daughters, Margaret Ann Gough of Oxnard, Calif., and An­ gela Wolfe of Phoenix, Ariz; two granddaughters and one grandson. The family requests memorials to the Lima Ambulance Service or to a charity of the donor's choice. James A “Jim ” Galloway Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday, Sept 26, at the K&L Morturay in Twin bridges, with Howard Mills, officiating, for James A. “Jim” Galloway, 72, of Silver Star. Burial will be in the Sheridan Cemetery. Mr. Galloway died Sunday, Sept. 21, 1997, following a long battle with kidney disease. He was born March 23,1925, in Transylvania County, North Carolina, the son of Arden S. and Delia C. (Stepp) Galloway. They preceded him in death. He attended schools in North Carolina and served in both World War II and Korean Conflict. He married Emily Taylor on Feb. 16, 1945, at Greenville, S.C. When he returned from WWII, he worked for the U. S. government, and re­ turned to following his service in the Korean Conflict. He then went into private business as a building contractor, retiring in 1971, and moving to Grant. Two years later he moved to Silver Star. He was a member of the Jehovah’s Witnesses Church. Survivors include his wife, Emily, of Silver Star; daughters and sons-1n-law, Linda and Bill Dills of Lafolletee, Tenn.; Marie and Hank.Tumidqjski of Fairfield, Conn.; and son and daughter-in- law, James A. Jr. and Linda Gal­ loway of Butte; two brothers, Wade Galloway of Clinton, Tenn., and Alfred Galloway of Vancouver, Wash, and three granddaughters. He was preceded in death by three brothers, a sister and two grand­ sons. 1 ' i ‘ ‘ Guy Gilbert Jones Funeral services for Guy Gil­ bert Jones, 87, will be 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 26, at the Brundage Funeral Chapel in Dillon. Mr. Jones died Sept. 22 at St. Pat's Hospital in Missoula. He was bom July 12, the son ofPhilip and Rachel Jones, and raised on the Jones ranch in the Centennial Valley. He married Barbara Hill and was later divorced. He married Alice Darlene White on Feb. 10, 1947. He worked for the Union Pacific Railroad for 22 years as a section man. Survivors include Daryl 1 Guy of Edmonton, Alberta; Norma Ruth Rhodehouse of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Michael Gene Jones of Heybum, Idaho. James A. Schneider A memorial Mass for James A. Schneider,85, will be Friday, Sept. 26, at Holy Rosary Church of Woodland, California. Burial will be in Woodland. Mr. Schneider died Sept. 21, 1997, from injuries suffered in a car accident in Woodland. He was bom Oct. 20, 1911, at Alder, the son of John dnd Catherine Schneider. He attended school in theRuby Valley, working with his father in sheep and cattle ranching in the valley. He later engaged in mining in the area, as well as in Butte. He married Beulah Blevins on Dec. 15.1934, at Dillon. They had two children, Robert James and Mary Francis. They liv e d 'a t ' Placerville, Calif., for a number of years. Jim and Beulah moved to Dillon in October 1970, when they purchased the State Bar and din­ ingroom, which they operated until 1979, when they moved to Wood­ land. Shedied in 1984 at Woodland. His son, Robert James, died May 24,1992. He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Mary Francis Gentry and Bill Gentry of Citrus Heights, Calif.; a daughter-in-law, Jalene Schneider of Elk Grove, Calif.; six grandchildren, seven great-grandchil dren; sister Frieda Held Pock of Woodland; three sis­ ters, Mary A. Myers, Pearl Broksle and Bessie F. Tolson; three broth- ers,Peter J., Johnnie H. andFrank L. preceded him in death. warrant for contempt of court. 9\18\97. Diane Stienmetz, 47, of Dillon, was arrested for DUI, and driving while revoked. 9\19\97. The Garden Club re­ ported that a vehicle ran over the flower beds on the median of Hel­ ena Street Flowers were damaged and a plastic pipe was broken. 9\20\97. Officers were called to a noise complaint at 479 1\2 Kentucky resulting in the arrests of four male juveniles for MIP. Also arrested for MIP were: Ber\jamin Traina, 20, of Dillon; Christopher Schaub, 19, of Kalispell; Kevin Helzer, 19, of Kalispell; Craig Miller, 19, of Kalispell; Len Shepard, 20, of Kalispell; Kylee Scott, 19 of Id.; Chad Beebe, 20, of Id.; Ryan Rex, 20, of Id.; and Erik Wensink, 19, of Id. 9\20\97. A resident reported that his vehicle had been vandal­ ized with cheesewhiz, as well as being scratched. 9\21\97. A juvenile male was arrested for criminal mischief and misdemeanor assault In the same .incident two other male juveniles were arrested for disorderly con­ duct 9\21\97. Jeffrey Petersen, 20, of Dillon, was arrested for MIP, and criminal trespass. 9\21\97. Dairy Queen reported that a letter was stolen from its marquee and that flowers were missing from the beds. - On September 10, a boy was bom to Leah and Dustin Kelltner of Silver Star. On September 17, a boy was born to Candace and Jason Hoeming of Dillon. Patrick Mourar was fined $60 for speeding. Jason Richie was fined $50 for speeding. Katherine Paris was fined $50 for speeding. Merle Painter was fined $50 for speeding. Mary Wilson was fined $50 for speeding. Aly Tejani was fined $50 for speeding. Wayne Shell Sr. was fined $120 for a fish and game violation. Brooke Lange was fined $60 for speeding. Jessica Henderson was fined $45 for speeding. Michael Meyer was fined $70 for a basic rule violation. Raelene Marquardet was fined $70 for a basic rule violation. Warren Findley was fined $50 for speeding. Vincent Lantz was fined $60 for speeding. Kenneth Berthelson was fined $45 for improper registration. Clayton Gaynor was fined $60 for speeding. Thomas Jarvis was fined $40 for speeding. Nicole Jensen was fined $50 for speeding. Kolby Malesich was fined $60 for speeding. James Norton Jr. was fined $50 for speeding. Charles Stump was fined $60 for speeding. Seth Miller was fined $50 for speeding. Danh Phan was fined $45 for speeding. 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