Wescolite (Dillon, Mont) 1949-2009, October 06, 2004, Image 7

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The Wescolite Student Newspaper October 6, 2004 A Special Thanks From The Wescolite By STAFF Producing a college newspaper is no small task. Journalism stu­ dents are expected learn to write articles, edit copy, process digital photographs, sell advertisements, design ads and layout the publica­ tion using the latest computer soft­ ware. Learning all of these skills in four weeks would not have been possible without the assistance of the following individuals: John Barrows, the Editor and Publisher of The Dillon Tribune, who shared his expertise in the ar­ eas of layout and design, how to process digital photographs, selec­ tion of fonts and many other useful tips. W ally Feldt, U M -W estern’s Director of News and Publications/ Sports Information, who instructed the class on how to write news ar­ ticles, contributed digital photo­ graphs, answered questions and of­ fered a daily dose of support to an exhausted staff. Randy Horst, Chair of the Fine Art Department, for designing a new template for the newspaper. Susan Briggs and Student Senate for paying off the negative balance carried forward from the 2003-2004 academic year. The staff would also like to thank Dr. Gary Lundy, David Moore, Jeff Foster and Liz Sadler for their sup­ port. A wise man once said \It takes a village to raise a child.\ Well, it takes a campus to produce a news­ paper. Thank you for your support! “D i l l o n ’s B I G G E S T little S to r e ” Bal loons Rirty Supplies Jewelry Novelties Shoes & Socks Awards Engraving Ribbons Photo Gif ts Promo Items 130 S. M o n t a n a 6 8 3 - 4 2 6 1 Block 3 Textbook Buy Back Wednesday November 17 8am-4pm There's only one place to get everything you need: UM-Western's Campus Bookstore From textbooks to polo shirts, supplies to winter coats- we've got it all Campus Bookstore Hours: M-F 8-4 (406) 683-7281 f Remember... ^ Study hard, drink lots of milk, and keep those piercings clean and infection free!! Downtown Dillon at 30 £. Bannack St. 683-9202 Special orders usually take 3 days , no extra cost Show your Dawg card for $1 o ff every CD you buy ♦4,000 CDs in stock ♦ We’ll order any CD you want ♦ Best & cheapest body jeweliy around ♦ Incense, posters, sunglasses, etc

Wescolite (Dillon, Mont), 06 Oct. 2004, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Wescolite/2004-10-06/ed-1/seq-7/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.