Page 3B-MIRROR-HERALD-Thurflday, July 16, 1976
Dream Could Come True
(Cnnttaiued From Page IB)
of Pawtuckett, Rhode laland,
was statlcKied at the time at Fort
Moultrie near C!hariestan, S. C.
iklth Vivian’s cousin.
Vivian Blltcllffe says her
husband Is her "best critic.”
And, her sons admit they can see
pictures and agree with their
mother that writing a poem Is
like an artist painting a can
Mrs. Blltcllffe likes to share
her poems with others. On a
recent Sunday when First
Baptist Church honored veteran
Minister of Music Allen Jolley
on Allen Jolley Day, Mrs. Bllt
cllffe write a poem In honor of
Ihe Mirror-Herald reprints
some of Vivian’s best loved
MAKE LIFE BEAUTIFUL
Make Life beautiful wherever you go
Cause haiq;>lness to spring up and grow;
'.’’Make life beautiful”, your motto
In this new year seeds of kindness sow.
Make Life beautiful as the artist’s touch
For heaven and angels are made of such;
’Tackle the things which will mean so much
And never say ’’time ” Is my hindering crutch.
Mr. and Mrs. William
DOTiald and son 'I’im of
Orlando, Fla,, visited
with Mr. Donald’s
sister, Mrs. Jackson
Dixon, and family.
. .y, .r,—,
Make Life beautiful ri^t where you are
Why think you must be a gleaming star;
To shine and glow and tv Inkle afar
Just open the door and hold It ajar.
Make Life beautiful by Just being you
Without necessary to adorn the new;
Perhaps creations like you are far and few
Not always there’s found a heart that is true.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
Schronce have returned
from a two-week visit to
Fort Lavaca, Texas,
where they visited with
Mrs. Schronce's sister
Mrs. Harold Jones, and
Photos By Tom McIntyre
IN HER SOLITUDE - Mrs. Vivian BUtcUffe
likes to sit beneath the shade trees beside her N.
Goforth St., home and compose her poetry. It
helps her create, she says, because it is being
close to nature. Some of her work is currently
being considered In a national publication.
Mrs. Mary Williams
and Roger Miles of
Columbia, S. C., visited
with Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Williams. Mrs.
Williams is the mother
of Robert Williams and
Roger Mills is the father
of Mrs. Robert
’niey came especially
for the wedding
ceremony of Michael
WUllams to Miss Dare
Dixon that took place
Saturday afternoon at
First United MethodUt
Children of the late
Mr. and Mrs. B. M.
Moore gathered for a
Saturday at Lake Wylie.
Mr. and Mrs/ Tommy
Bynum and daughters,
Kelley and Julie, hosted
the get-to-gether at their
Boating and swim
ming featured the af
Present for the family
outing were Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hubs, Scott
and Ron, Lincolnton;
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hubs
and Bryan of Crouse;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hartsoe of Gastonia;
Mr. and Mrs. Don
Moore and Sharon of
Gaffney, S. C.; Mr.
and Mrs. Don Causby,
Lisa, Sherry and
Angela, of Kings
Mountain, and Miss
Debbie Causby of
Make Life beautiful should you encounter a foe
Endeavor to love people and let It show;
Give a little warmth set the heart aglow
During the trials of life more happiness you’ll
Make Life beautiful as music In the air
In many places the soft note Is rare
Cause clouds to disappear and die sky to be fair
Make the atmosphere beautiful by Just being there.
2nd BIG WEEK!
Should I think my road Is steep
Just let me take one little peep
Of Jesus struggling with His Cross
Surrounded by a mob much lost.
WEST GATE PLAZA
GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SA'TURDAY
WHILE QUAN-nilES LAST. OPEN 9-9
Should I complain of some worldly pain
Just let me feel the nails pinch his hmd
Driven there by sinful man
Because they didn’t understand.
Should 1 feel lonely, let me see
Jesus dying at Calvary
As he hung on the cross and died
Wlfii a thief on either side.
Keep this scene before my eyes
Allow me never to criticize
But as Jesus let me say
Forgive them Father, In this sinful day.
MIOHTY UKE A ROSE
I searched among the roees
for Just a glimpse of you
As I walked the air fluttered
with birds of red and blue.
Pretty butterflies were busy
With their merry-go-round,
’Tasting of the sweetness
of every bloesom found.
’The humming birds so gently
kissed the cottonwood
Slighting not a single one
Along the path I stood.
’The moth alighted from
a bed of iris blue.
And fluttered ’ore the dainty bees
bearing pretty buds anew.
I searched among the roees
Where sunshine comes to play.
In the brightest fragrant rose
In found you there today.
PICKING UP THE PIECES
Those mailman shoes God bless the one
Who soaked them In the rain and baked them In the
Shoes that carry the postman while he carries the
Over rugged paths how the soles do tell.
Polished toes never keep the shine
Soon lost In the grass far behind,
’The leadier wrinkles to burst at the side
Whllo the postman wears those shoes with pride.
’Those sturdy shoes In need of a last
As the wings of the eagle they fly so fast.
’Those worn soles If they could talk
What stories to tell about dogs that stalk.
How they waded through the creepy deep
Confronting thorns and snakes In the heap,
’They weather the storm and come out on top
Although laces won’t lace and the tongue Is a flop.
Shoes that iq>held poor aching feet
For the postman to continue on the beat.
’Ihose old worn shoes I sigh, ”0 My! ”
In such a bad ah^>e they won’t even dye.
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