Dillon Tribune Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1982-1989, September 28, 1982, Image 12

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B-4 Dillon TribuM-Exunihier Tuesday, Ssptc-aabar $ }, 1882 Sheriff’s news Births Police court rhiliip Kiatt, 39, was placed in the Beaverhead County Jail Sept. 14 to serve five days, after being found in contempt of court by Judge Frank Blair. Frank Silva was arrest­ ed for disorderly conduct and transported to the Beaverhead County Jail ‘■tept. 14. Silva was ar- ^ed before Justice of •'ace Roy and fined i>~/ .. h he paid Sally Mritsco, who lives north of Dillon, reported Sept. 13 that she had a .22 pistol stolen from her resi­ dence sometime in the last two months. Darwin Betten reported Sept. 14 that on his way home from Dillon a truck was blocking the interstate and when he went around the truck, he went off the highway and got stuck. Betten went for help and when he returned his pickup had been ransacked. A pistol, tools and other miscellaneous items were stolen. Linda Rogers was ar­ rested Sept. 17 for issuing bad checks, a felony. She appeared before Justice of the Peace Later and her bond was set at $1,000 and she was bound over to Dis­ trict Court. On Sept. 19, she posted bond and was released. Gloria Atkins reported Sept. 18 that her stereo had been stolen from her ve­ hicle sometime on Sept. 17. The theft occurred at her residence north of Dillon or possibly while the vehicle was parked a t Taco John’s. A male juvenile was placed into custody Sept. 21 following a burglary at J Market in lim a. the I&J Through investigation, it was learned that two other juvenile boys were involved and they were d ted for bur­ glary also. The boys were released to their parents, pending a hearing later this , month. t A daughter, to Judy and Viigil Banks, Lima, on Sept. 20. A son, to Sally and Brent Munday, Dillon, on Sept. 22. A son, to Carol and Michael Nabakowski, Dil- lon, ion Sept. 22. ' A son, to Donna and Von Thurman, Dillon, on Sept. 23. A daughter, to Bobbie and Chris Nemeth, Dillon, on Sept. 25. ‘•,ya £v. suits ^by{S6 Henderson vs. Charles D. Baker, support suit, filed Sept. 21. Lauretta J . and Bert E. Oxford, marriage dissolu­ tion, filed Sept. 23. Debbie L. freeman, Dil- cense, $125; Toniy M. Ion, dog at large, $25; Knapp, Argenta, no insur- Debbie L. Freeman, Dillon, ance, $150; Rochelle Keni- dog not registered, $10; son, Dillon, speeding, $20; Jonn E. Kenison, Dillon, Betty Grigg, Dillon, speed- driving with revoked li- ing, $20. Marriage licenses Kyle D. Christianson and Sept. 20. Sandra Ross, both 20 of Arthur R. Robinson, Dillon. Lima, and Vicki S. Kirby, Scott Depew, 17 and Lisa Salmon, Idaho, both legal Glick, 18, both of Dillon, on age, on Sept. 22. _ _ 1-lb. Blue Bonnet MARGARINE 5 5 Margarine T i& frSflfcd A ss't Lb.m 4% LUNCH MEATS I . 7 0 STEAK Lb. WEINERS v , H i l i i .«/i .a.y ™ Sirloin STEAKS Lb 3 . 7 9 Chuck ROAST.. Lb. 1 . Frozen Veal Cube « Lb. 3 . 5 9 DOGS Bulk, 5-lbs. or More GRND BEEF ... Lb. 1 . 2 9 Round Bone Pot ROAST .Lb. 1 . 6 9 8^z« Bag,, ............ Freah Frozen Cocktail, ^ ^ M I Fraah Koahtr D ill SHRIMP 3.25 1 PICKLES. BEET ----- — CHEDDER WURST ... ... • • • • • • • • • • • • • Sliced Baby Beef ' Lb »••••••••••••• •••••••• lillt Frozen Breaded Beef 3 T fC •••••••••••• -Lb. 3 . 1 9 Bologna, Beef Bologna, ^ J * * - Salami, Luncheon L oaf 12-oz. Darjuold COTTAGE CHEESE • • • • • • • • • • • • • 16-oz Welch’s Frozen Grape JUICE 6-1/2-oz. Gortons Minced or Chopped CLAMS...... 18-oz. Peter Pan Creamy or Crunchy PEANUT f /Z®) B U T T E R ......... ..I » O T 150 Count Hefty ‘ ~ N D . BAGS..... 1 - 1 / 2 * . BREAD 8 hus . Sathers Shelled CHIPS.... Meal Sandwich • • •• •• •#•••••• xt ••••••• r* •••••••• 13>oz.CansSego EVAPORATED MILK 8- ob . Sathere Shelled PECANS... ... 24b. Rusette Frozen TRI-PATTIES 15*oz K e ll * * * * • *♦••*•*••••*•• * & R aisin 3-lb. Folgers COFFEE 6-oz. Sathers Raw Chip COCONUT... 1-1/2-lb. Sathers Bark P R E - M I X . . .. l l t e j 12 -oz. Sunshine Oip Custard 3 ^ % ...., r * J [ ' j t > 5 f Lj i,J £i;SJ • • • « « • • » » • • !

Dillon Tribune Examiner (Dillon, Mont.), 28 Sept. 1982, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn85053038/1982-09-28/ed-1/seq-12/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.