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Page Six POST SCRIPT (Editorial) Continued from page 2 us fit and worthy to live in peace. Let us thank the Lord above, that we were permitted to return to those we love anl let us say a prayer that those who were not able to return may forever rest in the assurance that their sacrifice was not in vain; that our lives shall continue with Peace on Earth, Good Will toward Our Fellow Man. — M e r r y f'h r i x t n m n THIS AND THAT When a war hero was interview­ ed- ?fter returning to the States, and was asked what he would do for excitement when he returned home for furlough, he replied: “ I’m going to sit on the back porch and listen to the sparrows beat their feet on the lawn.” ROSE MARIE GIFT SHOP Christmas Cards General — Relation GIFTS - FLOWERS - JEWELRY 4It lirom lw n y , Summit* Luke M a r k ’ s ■ L RESTAURANT G R I L L * SPAGHETTI * STEAKS * CHOPS 23 Broadway Saranac Lake Mark Carson, Prof). BRITANNIA MEWS Continued from page 2 is a first-rate novel of men, women and manners. I enjoyed reading it very much, and I’m sure you all would too. It is obtainable at our own college library although it has been very much in demand. Try it, you'll like it. * * * + * Are there any books (that you think the library needs or any books that you have been wanting to read and have not been able to find? If there are, please give the name and author to Mrs. Fawcett, and she will try her best to obtain them for you. They may be text books, reference books, books of travel, hobbies or novels. It makes no difference as long as they are books that will be a contribution to the library. Think about it, and hand in your requests as soon as possible. Thank you. — M e r r y C h rl»<m n * -------- XMAS PARTY PROGRAM 1— Glee Club There’s a Long Long Trail Old Black Joe Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Tenor Solo - John Martin I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Rose of Tralee) Glee Club — In the Evening by the Moon­ light Dina Won't You Mow Tumbling Tumbleweed — Marion Sewell, accompanist 2— Dramatics Club I'antomine - “The House on the Bluff* 3— Glee Club White Christmas - Trumpet and Glee Club Silent Night Adeste Fidclis O Little Town of Bethlehem - trumpt solo. Charles Miller Finals: Deck the Halls 4— Community Sing 5— Refreshments A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO: GEORGE L. STARKS fif COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS Contractors and Housefurnishing Supplies 29 - 33 Broadway Wilson’s Clothing \Shoes Too' “ VARSITY T O W N \ CLOTHES “ S T E T S ON\ HATS - - “ BOSTONIAN\ SHOES \Arrow Shirts Ph. 434 — Cor. 13 Broadway at Woodruff St. ALL who have pioneered at Paul Smith’s: PESIDENT LEASURE, who oft- times 'shakes his head in be­ wilderment at our antics; TH E FACULTY, who have strug­ gled (we hope not in vain) to fill our heretofore vacant ;minds with knowledge; TH E BAKER HOUSE GIRLS, who lead the boys a merry chase; TH E BOYS, who chase them; TH E BASKETBALL T E A M , who received and deserved our first cheers; TH E GLEE CLUB, w’hose mem­ bers break into harmonious melody any time, any place; THOSE STUDENTS to whom a “hidden edge” is still a mys­ tery; TH E ANVIL CHORUS, who meet nightly to sing with sound effects, “Around Her Neck” ; TH E ADIRONDACK RAMBL- E’RS, for their Declaration of Independence: TH E SNAKE PIT BOYS who persevered through Hades and cold water; FRED EISERMAN, who gives service with a smile; M IAL BALDW IN, who has given untiring effort to make our social affairs memorable: ART TOMPKINS, who has given us many a never-to-be-forgot­ ten ride in his jeep: CASEY, the pride of them all; NORMA and BUD TO W N E on their first Christmas together: OURSELVES, the Post Script Staff, for another copy off to the printer! -- Merry Chrlntinan SKI EQUIPMENT (Continued from page one) money you want to invest. Wool gabardine pants with zipper side pockets are the most practical. They are treated so that they are waterproof and windproof. A ski jacket of the same material is ad­ visable. Ski cap or head band will keep the ears from getting frost bitten. The ski mittens should con­ sist of one pair of wool mittens with an outer shell mitten of wind- proof. waterproof material. The palms of the outside shell should be made of leather. If not they will wear very fast when using a rope tow. Sun glasses or visors are advis­ able when skiing because of the glare and wind. Polaroid, shatter­ proof types have proved the best. Any unbreakable type should prove satisfactory. In later articles we shall try to cover proper waxing techniques and general care of equipment, along with a few pointers on ele­ mentary skiing. WHO’S WHO Continued from page 2 Army: Volunteered for Army Air Force; weather observer; CBI worked out of Kunming; 10th Weather Squadron; 14th Air Force —2 years, 17 days overseas. Name: Justin Casey Home: Larchmont, N. Y. School: Geo. Washington High School, Newtown High School, Long Island City Evening school, graduated, May ’46; varsity foot­ ball. Worked: In Chance Vought Aircraft, Stamford, Conn., 1 year production planner. Army: 3 years, Signal Corps: went to New Guinea, Leyte, Luzon and Toyko; dicharged from Fort Dix. N. J. Returned to Chance Vought Air­ craft ....... and then, Paul Smith’s. Name: Norma Pelkey, “Norm” Hlome: Malone, N. Y. School: Graduated from Franklin Academy, Malone. Service: Three years with the U. S. Marine Corps as a gunnery in­ structor at Cherry Point, N. Car­ olina. Norm was discharged as a Staff Sargeant. Interests: Mainly toward Jour­ nalism, but she is also working on a mathematical process where she can beat the horses. Name: Nancv McKenzie. “ Nan” Home: Marcellus, N. Y. Graduate: Marcellus Central High School and Syracuse Secre­ tarial Business Sthool. Military service: 26 months in the W AVES, boot camp at Hunt­ er College, and stationed at Samp­ son as a Pharmacist’s Mate 2/c Interests: Nancy's main interest now is having a marvelous Christ­ mas vacation. H K H K L E Y D R V C L E A X K R S A. Znffirls T. Anthony — Free Delivery — Tel. 48— 27 Broadway Saranac Lake Name: William Williams - Just Bill. Home: Rome, N. Y. Graduate: St. Aloysius Academy, Rome, N. Y. Military service: Three years with the U. S. Navy, 27 months of which were aboard one of Uncle Sam’s destroyers as a soundman. Interests: Bill’s interests all boil down to a little brunette in Syra­ cuse. M e r r y Chrlwtmaw NOTICE-ROOM RATES In an effort to clarify an appar­ ent misunderstanding, Mr. Walker has asked that existing rates for the hotel on campus be announced. Straight Rate Room: $3.00 Single $5.00 Double Meals: $1.00 Breakfast $1.25 Lunch $1.50 Dinner Student discount - 33 1/3% Parent’s discount - 25% W . F. K O L L E C K E R KODAKS AND GIFTS 73 Main St., Saranac Lake M cKILLIP & COLLINS MISS SARANAC DINER \A Good Place to Eat\ 7 BLOOMINGDALE AVE. Saranac Lake 555 — PHONE — 555 J. TANZINI — TAXI SERVICE For Dependable 24-Hour Service Special Rates to Students — 50c a head per carload 20 Bloomingdale Ave.. Saranac Lake • G I F T S Everett’s FORTY-SECOND YEAR 45 Broadway Saranac Lake

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