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job the world would just stand still and along with it Poetic
Dimensions! Just a brief word of thanks you're getting
"School-A-Rama" off to a booming start! Keep the poetry
coming and keep us alive!
This week a Special Salute to the talented students in Mrs.
Murphy's and Mrs. Repetto's Suite at L.A. Cook School where
Mr. Logan Burke is principal. Relax with us now and enjoy
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MY FAVORITE SEASON
by Caroline Talbert Age 9
There are four seasons of the year
Three are gone and one is here -The
season of the year that's here.
Is fall ? best season of the year!
I think Summer and Spring are nice
I love the Winter's snow and ice;
But my favorite season is fall ?
Fall, Fall, the best of all!
by Teresa Lyon Age 10
When leaves start changing color ?
And trees turn a darker brown.
It's a sign that Fall is coming ?
From the tree tops to the ground!
It will be getting cool
~ Arid we are now in school^ ?
No more bees, no more leaves.
No more flowers, no more swimming!
Wow! when Fall has come
I'll be frowning 'cause Summer's gone'
But I'll be smiling again ?
'Cause Winter's just around the corner.
LEAVES IN FALL
by Kimmlng Scott Age 10
In Fall the leaves come down!
They come in red, orange, and brown
Falling gracefully like snow ?
Coming very, very slow.
Fall is the time for leaves ?
Falling from all kinds of trees.
Time has come for leaves to fall!
They act as if they've been called?
By beautiful - colorful Fall!
A BEAUTIFUL SEASON
by Greg Jarvis Age 10
Autumn's the BEAUTIFUL season
Winter should have no reason -To
come bursting through the town
And freeze up all the ground!
Autumn is a Beautiful time,
< When apples are ripe, yummy and fine!
in spring the apples were sour as a lime!
? To eat them 1 never fully
Made up my mind!
IN PARTING: THE PAPER: CHRONICLE
The Address: P.O Box 315s! - Winston-Salem, N.C.
The Column: Pontic Dimensions
The Columnist: yours truly
Why the Data: To inform YOU on potentially publishing your
ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC, poetry! Let us hear from YOU!
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The Winston-Salem Chronicle
Financially, the answer is no to propositions that
ARIES came your way. You might be wise to steer dear of
Mar. 21 Apr. 19 any discussions.
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VIRQO Experience is o good teacher. You profit from your
Auf. 21. S?p?. 21 ?*?? "Httkm and impran your amociates.
LIBRA ~ Orients con pose o problem. Nothing serious,but
Sept. 22 - Oct. 22 time consuming, and frustrating.
SCORPIO _ A long standing friendship Is In danger. It pays to
Oct. 22 Nee. 21 think before you oct - take it slow.
SAGITTARIUS Go 0,1 Y<** busing pools ore concerned
Not. 22 - Dec. 21 Your superiors hove their eye on you.
You con gain tremendously by taking o conservative
CAPRICORN viewpoint in business. Your associates will odnire
Dec. 22 Jen. It your stand.
AQUARIUS You con be surprised by the deceit of a so-colled
Jen. 20 - Feb. IS friend. With friends like that, who needs enemies*
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Feb. 19 - Mer. 20 not only now but in the future.
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May 21 - June 20 happiness to you and your family. Enjoy 1
September 13, 1975
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The Nature Science Park is
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to the public during September
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Saturdays. Afternoon bird
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Sundays at 5 p.m. The walks
will be led by the Park
Also free to the public are
nature walks focusing on
ecology, fall ~ plants and
wildlife, offered at 2 p.m.
Saturdays and 3 p.nv
The Nature Science Park is
located on Museum Drive off
Hanes Mill Road and is open
weekdays and Saturdays fron^
9 to 5 and Sundays from 1 to 7
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