The Summer Script (Dillon, Mont) 1985-1985, July 05, 1985, Image 8

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Around Campus page eight People Profile I Don Walters I NAME: Don OCCUPATION: Collecting cans. FAVORITE DRINK: Iced tea AMUSEMENTS: A fridge full of Bud Light. ASPIRATIONS: Time to drink it! MOST EMBARRASSING MOMENT: Having an empty fridge. GREATEST INSPIRATION: My wife. MOST APPEALING FEATURE: My nose. MOST APPALLING FEATURE: My nose. FAVORITE SONG: ‘Joy to the World’ FAVORITE FOOD: Popcorn! Wescolite wins award The Western Montana College Wescolite received a first place plaque award in the Class III General Excellence Catagory for the year of 1984. The newspaper topped a field of 28 entries in the Montana Press Association Better News­ paper Contest for 1984. The Mountaineer, a local newspaper from Big Sandy, received second place, and the Whitehall Ledger was presented with third. The Class III division consists of newspapers up to and including 1,500 copies of circulation. The award was sponsored by Montana- Dakota Utilities and was judged by Mary Maxie and Airdrie Advance, both who are Alberta, Canada newspaper people. The judges’ comments of the Wescolite were ‘Layout is quite modern and easy to read. Good modular concept. Easier without so many ads, but way ahead of competitors in readability and overall excellence.’ The Montana Press Association banquet, which was held on June 29, at the Copperking Inn in Butte, presented 107 awards in four classes. It's What's Inside That Counts | THROCKMORTONS' presents Precious Moments Come in and see our generous collections 16 S. Mont. 683-4238

The Summer Script (Dillon, Mont), 05 July 1985, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.