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One editor, curmudgeon Russ Priestley, illustrates his Christmas poetry.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- December 3, 2004
'TWAS THE DAY AFTER Thanksgiving, and all through New York City, crowds jammed the stores.
The occasion was a two-day vacation for the Norris family of Melrose to see the annual Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade. Caught in the chocolate store at Rockefeller Center are Lorry Norris (wife
of editor Don Norris) and daughter Joanne Phillips, formerly of Melrose, now of Belmont, New
Hampshire. Also in the party were Jeff Phillips, Nancy Norris and David Seavey, all of middle New
Hampshire. New York is a blast, they all agreed.
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