Dillon Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1989-current, December 12, 1989, Image 13

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Tuesday, D ec. 12,1989-jMHlssm -1 3 H a v i n g a c h a t . . . > Old Santa made it to Dillon Friday during the Christmas Stroll to chat with some ot his fans. The promotional event included late store openings, the Oifton Fiddlers, carolers and mime mannequins. W o m e n o f t h e y e a r . . . Continued from pag« 2 plants from Dillon's founding generation of gardeners. These species and varieties are shared with the latest generation of kins has saved a double pink gardeners through the garden shrub rose, a variety ofthe Bour- club. In particular, Mrs. Wat- bon roses of the Empress Jo- T h e D i l l o n G a r d e n C l u b Invites you to participate ih the 5th annualChrlstmas Decoration Awards. Judging will be Dec. 14-17. $25 Pint Prize Other prizes - Hand-designed Wreaths. For information call 683-4520. . Winners-will be announced in the paper, 6 x 0 D r. a n d Mr*. H enry W orreat are moving to 504 Quail Valley, Princeton, W. Va. Dr. Worreat ia the former vice president for academic affairs at Western Montana College and will now be chairman of the Division of Education, Library, Science and Physical Education at Concord College in Athens, W. Va. B U D D Y ’ S J E A N S Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Monoy BackI Jeans Rugged and Ourable enough to withstand the abuse of hard work. Fashionable enough for any occasion. U.SA. * WE SPECIALIZE IN HARD-TO-FIT MEN * Being in between sizes, I need a size 35 waist. I find it can be bought only at BUDDY'S. BUDDY'S JEANS F E A T U R E S ★ LIFETIME FRONT POCKETS ★ TRIPLE STITCHING ★ RIVETED STRESS POINTS ★ HEAVY DUTY ZIPPER ★ GUARANTEED NO TWIST LEG ★ HARD-TO-FIT SIZES BUY FACTORY DIRECT ft SAVE $$$ NOT SOLO BY RETAIL MERCHANTS ORDSR T O D A Y ! TO KSCtiVt INTKODUCTOKY DISCOUNT. Regulor Jeans Price $19.95 Discount -1.50 Unlined Jacket Price $27.95 Discount • 1.65 Lined Jacket Price 32.95 Discount -1.70 $26.30 $31.25 Plus Postage (7 T O O R D E R , C A L L T O L L FR E E : 1 > 8 0 0 - 4 5 8 - 4 2 7 0 B U D D Y 'S J E A N S P. o . Box 269 • New Hebron, MS 39140 (0 0 1 ) 8 8 4 - 2 1 4 4 H a l f o f B C H S ' 8 9 - e r s a t c o l l e g e ~ Almost half of last year’s sen­ iors at Beaverhead COunty High School are attending college, ac­ cording to a study done by the high school. A total of 43 of the 92 mem­ bers of the class are currently enrolled in a four-year school. Of that number,13 are attend- ing Western Montana College in Dillon, nine are at Montana State University in Bozeman, five are at the University of Montana it) Missoula and three have enrolled at Montana Tech in Butte. Of BCHS attending four-year colleges,-70 percent of them are going to Montana schools. In addition, five students, or five percent of the class, are at­ tending two-year colleges. Of those, one is attending the Se­ attle Art Institute and four are going to Ricks College in Idaho. Four students, according to the study, have enrolled in trade schools or vo-tech casters. One is enrolled at Missoula Vo-Tech, one in Helena and one at Mr. Macks in Bozeman. One is at­ tending an unspecified school. Four students have enrolled in. military, with two in the National Guard, one in the Air Force and one in Army ROTC. A total of 31 students, 20 fe­ males and 11 males, are cur­ rently employed fulltime. Four former students, one male and ■three females, are currently married. One female and three males are unemployed and not attend­ ing school. The study was completed by Nancy Stout - @ 2 1 o o o W h a t 's h a p p e n i n g o n t h e C a m p u s o f W e s t e r n M o n t a n a C o l l e g e sephine, of great horticultural value and rarity. She often jokes that she now uses her house only aB a place to change her clothes. Yet she re­ cently found time to single- handedly remodel and redeco­ rate herkitchen and bathroom and continually adds to her in­ door plant collection. Her pride in the past is well-known to those who recognize the grand piano in her parlor as having belonged to one of Dillon’s founders, and last Montana Territorial Gover­ nor, B. F. White. She has found time to regu­ larly upholster furniture for ner friends and to attend the local bowling alley for.recfeation and t^la*!ation. Atage?9 she recently led the garden club members to the Zenchiku ranch for a month- long renovation of the ranch’s headquarter's landscaping. She is presently contemplat- ingbecominga National Council Judge for the Garden Club, a three^year study that includes 25 courses, 30 exams and a com­ prehensive final test Meeting challenges has long been a hallmark of Mrs. Wat­ kins, and she has worked hard to turn them into opportunities for self-growth and personal serv­ ice. Those challenges haven’t stopped. A daughter-in-law has been recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and a young granddaughter with a long-term disease. In each instance she has simply forged ahead as she has in the past, providing sup­ port and hope. The Garden Club nominated her for the Outstanding Woman honor, putting her forth “as an astonishing role model to all who know her.\ W M C r e q u i r e s i m m u n i z a t i o n Students interested in taking college courses during Spring Se­ mester 1990at Western Montana College musthave proof of immu­ nization, according to college registrar Larry Hickethier. Hickethier noting students immunized against measles and ru­ bella between Dec. 31,1956 and Dec. 31,1967 donot meet the 1989\ legislative college admissions immunization requirements. In order to comply with the requirements, students must have been immu­ nized after Dec. 31,1967, and after the studentfsfirst birthday. Any students bom before Jan. 1,1956, sire exempt More information on immunizations can be obtained at the Western registrar's office, 683-7371. W M C h o l d s , f i r s t w o m e n ’s r e t r e a t . . . \When do we do it again?” That's the overwhelming response from over 25 non-traditional women students who attended the first annual Women’s Retreat at Western Montana College Dec. 1-2. According to Denise Rust, co-coordinator of the two-day event, the participants-said that the retreat was “one ofthe most positive things Western has done to meet the needs of non-tradition al students.” The retreads activities consisted of panel discussions with area professional women and Western faculty and staff, career planning idea semini •jrtudentsto with other .. . . . . . . . . ___ __________ ____ on campus, including “sleeping over in tfre~resi<lenee halls. “The retreat was an excellent opportunity to discuss views fee­ ing all women, and to build a rapport with fellow students,\ stated one participant I t also gave us an opportunity to discuss our concerns for Western as an institution of higher learning with the college’s administration and faculty members. “I got to know other non-traditional women better,” commented one participant “Before the retreat, the other women students were just faces.” “It was a lot of fun, it was relaxing and the food was great,” said another. “It was something I needed.” Another student said her husband hopes the college will have a similar retreat for male non-traditional students. T h i s w e e k a t W M C . . . Wednesday, Dec. 13: Twenty Minutes at Noon, Dennis Kimzey, Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce president in Lewis & Clark Room. Wrestling, Dogs compete against N. W. Wyoming, here. Videos in Clark Lounge. Friday, Dec. 15: Student Teaching seminar, Lewis & Clark, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wrestling, Western at Mont Tech, there. Monday, Dec. 18: Final exams begin. Tuesday, Dec. 19: Final Exams. Moonlight Break&st, sponsored by residence Life, 11-12 midnight, cafeteria. Western Foundation Fundraiser’s Appreciation Luncheon, noon, Executive Dining Room. Wednesday, Dec. 20. Final Exams. Christinas potluck, for fac­ ulty and staff, 3-5 p.m., Lewis and Clark Room. 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