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THE NEW BERN MIRROR, NEW BERN, N. C.
Friday, October 18, 1963
The world's most publicixed lovers, Richard Burton and
Elizabeth Taylor, team together in "The V.I.P.s" at the
Masonic Theatre Friday through Thursday. It's a Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer release, filmed in color and packed with
drama.
Buds
AND
Blossoms
By
MAMIE MILLER
“Let us hold fast the pro
fession of our faith without
wavering; (for he is faithful
that promised.)“--Hebr. 10:23.
Many of the older people real
ize what nature has meant to
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them. We know the value of
earth, plant, flower, limb, bird
and Insect.
Everyone should be concern
ed about teaching young people
to be concerned early In life.
Even though the leaves are fall
ing, It Is still a good season
to teach maturity In living, and
master the present with satis
faction by living close to nature.
Teach children to press
leaves and flowers. Show them
how to collect the things that
can be dried. Associate a child's
mind with things growing around
him.
The following questions will
make a child’s mind alert to the
great outdoors:
1. Name some green vege
tables.
2. Name some fruits that
are round.
3. Name trees with colored
leaves.
4. Name some flowers that
are red.
plants with
5. Name
berries.
6. Name plants that birds
eat.
7. Name plants with a
girl’s name.
8. Name plants with animal
names.
9. Name flowers that tell
the time of day.
10. Name a bird with a red
breast.
11. Name flowers that go to
sleep.
12. Name naughty birds In
the garden.
13. Name flowers that are
named for queens.
Bed up flowers for the winter.
It is most time to put them
to
MASONIC
NOW PLAYING THROUGH THURSDAY
PANAVISION- and METROCOLOR
bed.
For our Buds and Blossoms
poem this week, we have select
ed “Friends” by James W.
Heatherly.
Isn’t It great when we happen
to know
That friends are true midst
trial and woe.
For there’s nothing better In
all the land
Than to feel the heart beat
through the hand.
And meet with friends tried
and true,
After many have turned their
backs on you.
Nothing Is better when days
are drear,
Than fellowship with friends
sincere.
In sorrow there’s joy when we
happen to know
That friends are true when
warm tears flow.
Learn what they are what they
profess
In prosperity or times of
distress.
More precious than gold is one
true friend.
With your heart entwined till
this life end.
Loyal to the core In time of
need,
Yes, when the heart Is made
to bleed.
It’s a glimpse of heaven when
we happen to know
That friends are true when
fierce winds blow,
When clouds settle low In life’s
dark hour,
When rains of adversity upon
us pour.
There’s joy even then in the
darkest place,
To catch the smile of a dear
friend’s face.
And feel his heart in true har
mony.
Beat for you In loving
sympathy.
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