Wescolite (Dillon, Mont) 1949-2009, December 07, 1973, Image 6

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THE WESCOLITE Page 6 Western Montana College December 7,1973 Christmas Thoughts Some Christmas thoughts for everyone. Christmas is for children, and at this happy time of year, who is not a child at heart? —Prentice A Christmas greeting between friends is the handclasp of the heart. —North Christmas—when the heart’s gate opens wide to all mankind. — Lewis “ Merry Christmas!” he said, and that cheery greeting took off the edge of winter’s chill. — Dickens Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves. —Sir James Barrie If I keep a green bough in my heart, the singing bird will come. - -Chinese Proverb Winter Brings Dangers By DANA CARROLL As I travelled past the I.A. shop the other day, I saw a sign which said, “ Danger, icicles above” . I was reminded, unhappily, of the winter season which will soon be upon us with all its perils and tribulations. What’s so bad about winter—here are just a few examples. For instance, there’s the single (or married) fellow who doesn’t have time to look up because he’s busy watching a cute mini-skirted girl. Can you imagine what a surprise it would be for that poor fellow if he wandered under those lethal-looking icicles and was suddenly diverted from his hobby by an unwelcome bombardment from above? Nature seems out to “ get” mankind during winter. Aside from icicles there are snow-laden trees, slippery sidewalks and streets, and chilling cold. Is there anything mankind can do to combat this terrifying and awesome force? I doubt it! Even when all precautions are taken, accidents happen. When your best friend walks under the tree first and gets the full load of snow and you feel smug and secure as you follow, give up; you are defeated anyway, for there’s always a little more snow at the top, which couldn’t resist going down your neck. When you outsmart the slippery roads and sidewalks with ice cleats and snow shoes, give up; if you don’t fall, someone next to or behind you will and in the process bring you tumbling down, ice cleats and all. When you’re sure you’re warm enough (three pairs of long-johns, two sweaters, mufflers, mittens, heavy coat), the weather proceeds to make sure you’re warm enough. The temperature soars to an un­ sea sonal high of 48 degrees, above zero.... Ah, well, one is supposed to join if he can’t fight—I think I’d rather just sit home and grin and bear it. Notice WANTED: Applications for a new bookstore manager. Pick up ap­ plications in the students’ body president’s office. Position open as )f January 2, 1974. Phone 683-7211 for more information. Warner Food Store Fresh Produce - Meats Groceries Phone 683-2319 IV Celebrates Jesus' Birth A birthday party for Jesus will Christ. This year the cupcakes will be held in Main Hall again this be handed out in Main Hall on year. For the past two years Inter- Monday, December 10. Varsity has given away cupcakes. Inter-Varsity activities of the Their purpose has been to remind past week included volleyball on students that Christmas is the Saturday afternoon in the PE remembrance of the birthday of Complex and bowling that evening. Christmas Party Planned by SEA SEA members decided to hold their Christmas party after they finish decorating their section of the campus for Christmas. Refreshments will be served by Loretta Lindsey, Judy Bandelier and Joanne Soyland. The decoration committee will meet with chairperson Lois Johnson to decide the theme of the decorations and to make posters. Gail Evans and Judy Bandelier reported that a guest speaker was planned for January’s meeting. Gail Evans, Julie Eighorn, Janelle Schmidt, Judy Bandelier, Linda Hale, and Ann Gehring helped to type and address the monthly letters for the Dillon Chamber of Commerce as a community service^project. KDP Holds Initiation Kappa Delta Pi’s Mu Phi chapter held initiation for nine new members on Wednesday, December 5. After a brief business meeting, initiation ceremonies were con­ ducted for the new members. The refreshment committee served a late afternoon snack to the new and old members as congratulations were offered to Mu Phi’s new initiates. New and old members are urged to attend meetings regularly in the coming quarter as many urgent business matters must be con­ sidered. KDP will have a speaker for its birthday party in the spring. Other matters needing consideration are the new publication called Mu Phi Musings, the National Convention to be held this spring in New Orleans, the Fund-raising plans for the KDP scholarship, and the new attendance system put into action this quarter. KDP wishes all past and present members, as well as the student body of WMC, a very Merry Christmas. ___________________ .JCPenney W e know what yo for Shop with Pe n n e y ‘s Catalog Dillon's Pull Lins Dept. Store Phone 683-4371 I I I I 4 Parisian Cleaners Free Pick-Up <£ Delivery Dillon's Coin-Op Dry Cleaning Dillon Portrait Now have your Annual Photc taken Send a little extra holiday love with your portrait 4 N. Washington D.l. OK Hardware Dillon Im p lem e n t C o . 683-4466 El's Body Shop Windshield's a Specialty 683-2284 Towne Inn Salad s ! F irst N ational B ank Of Dillon An A ffitele o t Northwnil O m corporattoa - _v Stop in and osk about our Bulldog checking account IjANCQ Grade's New & Used We buy, sell, trade anything Phone 2032 140 W . B a n n o c k • Gas and Diesel • Tires, Batteries • Recap Tires i Discount Gas Co-op Supply Inc. 226 E. Bannack, Dillon Phone 683-2308 Mini Co-op • Self Service Gas • Cold Beer • snacks • Groceries , 502 N. Montana Phone: 683-4^39 Shrimp Chicken Pizza Sandwiches Ph. 683-5751 .Orders To Go GIVE HER THE GIFT OF LOVE U s e o u r L a y a w a y Plan For Y o u r C h r istm a s Shopping Winden's Coast-to-Coast S à e ü A complete stock of campus fashions Starnm Jew e lers Bill & Helen Koeneke

Wescolite (Dillon, Mont), 07 Dec. 1973, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Wescolite/1973-12-07/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.