Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, December 08, 2004, Image 12

What is this?
Optical character recognition (OCR) is an automated process that converts a digital image containing numbers and letters into computer-readable numbers and letters. The search engine used on this web site searches OCR-generated text for the word or phrase you are looking for. Please note that OCR is not 100 percent accurate. If the original image is blurry, has extraneous marks, or contains ornate font styles or very small text, the OCR process will produce nonsense characters, extraneous spaces, and other errors, such as those you may see on this page. In addition, the OCR process cannot interpret images and may ignore them or render them as strings of nonsense characters. Despite these drawbacks, OCR remains a powerful tool for making newspaper pages accessible by searching.

Page A-11 - D im u\ I Kim M Wednesday. December 8, 2004 > ■ ? * & * r Come One, Come All S C ommunity C hristmas P arty Sponsored by the 4 Danish Brotherhood ^ 7 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 18 The Elks Lodge Children's Activities Santa Claus Music & Dancing Eats, Drinks & Fun A T - ^ ■W<W J v i 0 ♦ f ♦ # f ô (Need not be a Dane to attend) W G 0 N S T R U C T I 0 N C O . System Built Homes COMPARE... Foot-for-Foot — Feature-for-Feature • More Home • More Quality ------------- • More Custom Features for Your Money Stratford Homes1 Call for an appointment to sec one of our homes. www.jdlconstruction.com a i n g ^ h | r j ^ ^ i ^ ^ ^ Buy your new home this month and receive... 1. The year's best discounts - Save Thousands1 2. Awesome upgrades at no additional charge 3. The best delivery and completion lime Incentives this big won't come a g a in...act today! Best of all, you'll be in your new homo by Spring BILLINGS ■ 1-90 EXIT 443 ZOO DR 655-8000 800-735-6459 | GREAT LALLS 5200 10m AVE S 453-8117 TOLL FREE 866-453-811 7 wwwpiercetiome.com M r HROKKl 1 ICrNSl NUMBEHS OOO'W- f. m l INI' PIERCE H O M E S !Ç*îLt?.‘4 : \•■■m’tfis / 1 « * i i A ■< > ■ S à P e a œ ^ M i n d . . . With all the festivities of the holiday season we need to take extra care to be safe around electricity. Make sure outdoor Christmas lights are UL tested and approved with proper grounding. Also, be sure to keep outdoor electrical connectors above ground and out of snow or puddles. Avoid overloading wall outlets and extension cords. You'll enjoy your holiday with peace of mind. NorthW estem Energy Dedicated to Serving You 1 - 888 - 467-2669 www.northwesternenergy.com Harry L. Bokelman, Sandy Valley, NV, forfeited S235 for Al­ teration, Attachment, Loan, Transfer License. Duane A. Duda, New Rock­ ford, ND, forfeited $235 for Al­ teration, Attachm ent, Loan, Transfer License. M ichael H. Seym ore, Townsend, forfeited $135 for Vio­ lation of Commission or Depart­ ment Orders or Rules. Roberto Agnosto, Orlando, FL, was cited by Motor Carrier Ser­ vices for 60/70 Hour Rule, for­ feited $135. Brandon D. Bosch, Butte, for­ feited $135 for Violation of Com­ mission or Department Orders or Rules. Donald B. Heselwood, Edmonton, AB was cited by Mo­ tor Carrier Services for Exceed 11,000 Pounds Single Axle Weight, forfeited $210. Ross Tate, Missoula, forfeited $135 for Fail to Get Landowner Permission to Hunt Big Game. Doug D. Frazier, Missoula, forfeited $135 for Violation of Commission or Department Or- ders or Rules. Miguel T. Samaniegu. Butte, forfeited $135 for Fail to Get Landowner Permission to Hunt Big Game. George J. Strutzel, Butte, pleaded guilty to Alteration, At­ tachment, Loan, Transfer Li­ cense, fined $235. Byron L. Whitehead, Kalispeil, forfeited $135 for Unlawful to HuiU/Attempt to H int Any Game Anin.-d or Game Bird from Road­ way. Gregory B. Duncan, Whitefish, forfeited $135 for Violation of Commission or Department Or­ ders or Rules. Lance C. Cahoon, Raymond, AB, cited by Motor Carrier Ser­ vices for Log Not Current, for­ feited $135. Kevin C. Finnigan, Missoula, forfeited $135 for Violation of Commission or Department Or­ ders or Rules. Dick Thornburgh, Hamilton, forfeited $85 for Careless Driv­ ing. Steven A. Bohl, Athens, WI, cited by Motor Carrier Services for Exceed 20,000 Pounds Single Axle Weight Limit, forfeited $210. Ramon S. Martinez, Queen Creek, AZ, cited by Motor Car­ rier Services for L xceed 34,000 Pounds Tandem Axle Weight Limit, forfeited $260. Speeding citations Eric K. Lindauer, Victor, MT, forfeited $20. Dale R. Salois, East Glacier, forfeited $20. Stephen M. Dent, Bozeman, forfeited $20. Joshua A. Carpenter, Dillon, forfeited $20. Robert C. Tibbetts, Great Falls, forfeited $40. Riann L. Lender, Divide, for­ feited $20. Michael L. Goodsell, Fruit Heights, Utah, forfeited $40. James C. Brune, Delta, CA, forfeited $40. Joseph E. Wedding, H, Wert Mansfield, OH, forfeited $20. Tiffany J. McIntosh, Loon Lake, WA, forfeited $70. Anthony J. Monaco, Dillon, for­ feited $20. Andrew E. Huel, Hooper, UT, forfeited $20. Jessica B. Alvirez, Roberts, ID, forfeited $20. Inez Gonzalez, Salt Lake City , UT. forfeited $40. John G. Bogle, Spokane, for­ feited $40. Bryan I). White, Dell, forfeited $ 20 . Paul J. Sotelo, Farr West, UT, forfeited $40. Michael J. Reading, Las Ve­ gas, forfeited $40. Robert M. Franklin, Boise, for­ feited $20. Dan E. Christensen, Park City, UT, forfeited $40. Douglas A. Shellstrom, Jamul, CA, forfeited $40. Gary D. Conan, Kalispeil, for­ feited $40. Jonathon R. Schmitz, Minne­ apolis, MN, forfeited $20. Ivan Diaz-Esparza, Lynwood, WA, forfeited $40. Stephanie M. Smith, Great Falls, forfeited $40. Charles W. Lower, Dillon, for­ feited $20. Angel Fund honored; helps Grant school A Dillon woman, Kristi Benson, has been honored with the Daily Point of Light Award, from President Geroge Bush. The award honors those who have made a commitment to se­ cure for all Americans, especially young people, the fundamental re­ sources needed to lead a produc­ tive life. Benson was awarded The Point of Light, for creating the Beaver­ head County Angel Fund, an edu­ cational charity serving Beaver­ head County. During her Thanksgiving break from attending Gonzaga University, she presented the Grant School with a new digital camera and extra memory cards. The technology equipment, and sacks filled with new school sup­ plies including Microsoft Office Professional software, were de­ livered to the Grant School, dur­ ing their Thanksgiving Meal, cel­ ebrated on November 22. Joe Forbes, of Butte, donated the new technology equipment to Benson's Beaverhead County An­ gel F'und, requesting the equip­ ment be given to the Grant School. This is not the first set of digi­ tal equipment Joe has given to the Congratulations, Michelle Lott o f Butte on w i n n i n g the Grasshopper Ladies Club Raffle. ^ {Thanks to everyone who bought™ tickets. J j^j The Grasshopper | ^ I Ladies Club A ttention S eptic T ank O wners Now is the time to think about pumping your tank if: • Haven't pumped for 3-4 years • Drains run slow • You ever have a sewer smell Can’t find your lid - WE CAN Over 26 years experience K lasen S eptic 683-2063 or 660-0572 P lV PlIITt Pel I’l olograpln Scrapbooking Supplies Y j m ik T iu i Used Books Bonghi r^- S o l d 5 ) N. I mho f f 51H. I mho Q2E-124E Open: Mon. - Fri.. 12 in <> • Or In Appointment I tem of t I ie W ee I í ! •Wrangler Fleece Vest •Disney Fleece Zip-Up ¿ Jackets (Sooo Cute!) Jf Stop In and Check Out Our 50% OFF Rack! Ö4 .'\ I ' i i l ' ■ 700 N. Montana • 683-2308- 1-800-750-2308 ^ Open 6 a.m. -10 p.m. 7 days a week Visa • Mastercard • Discover • Cenex Convenience Card a !5j m Angel Fund. Last February, Joe presented the Beaverhead County Angel Fund with a new Digital camera with memory cards, which were given to the Jackson School. Joe has also given com­ plete computer system s to Benson's charity, which she dis­ tributes to rural schools through­ out Beaverhead County. Shecreated the Beaverhead County Angel Fund while attend­ ing Beaverhead County High School. She is now a sophomore at Gonzaga University in Spo­ kane, but still maintains her dedi­ cation to her charity from a dis­ tance. Benson thanked her board of directors for promoting her charity during her absence from Dillon. Members of the Board include Rick Kuntz, Jo Ann Juliano, Mary Rouse, Mary Ann Sharon, Marilyn Benson, Kristi Benson and Walter Zobell, of Jackson. Makes presentation Kristi Benson, kneeling to the right, with teacher Penny Huxtable, standing left, and some of the younger children at the Grant, Montana School, took part in a presentation of electronic equipment from Benson's Angel Fund. Benson formed the Angel Fund to help area schools while she was still a student at Beaverhead County High School. Residential A Commercial Carpentry Excavation CONSTRUCTION CO. S p M ' 401 S. Main • Sheridan, MT • 406.842.5112 • Fax 406.842.5199 www.jdlconstruction.com WE HAVE GREAT GIFT IDEAS. • Coats by Columbia, Sierra Designs & Mountain Hardwear • Ski & Snowboard Pants • Wyoming Woolens Fleece Socks & Slipper: • Petzl Tikka and Zipka Headlamps •Avalanche Equipment • Hats & Gloves for Men, Women & Kids • And Much, Much More f ---------------------------* : r - t Open late Fridays Open Sundays Layaway • G'ft Wrap G'it Certiücah-s • Christmas Cash UXtfi '1 SiTgt I inis! i ( une It )( >r ( it'Hrj 406-683-2329 • 36 N Idaho • Dillon MT

Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.), 08 Dec. 2004, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/2015269516/2004-12-08/ed-1/seq-12/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.