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1. To swing back and forth or to and fro. See Synonyms at swing.
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Children ages 2 to 15 are invited to dream up the scariest Halloween story and pictures they can, and submit them to the Daily News' L.A. Life section. Age categories are 7 and younger, 8-11 and 12-15. One entry per child. The top entry in each category for the story and picture contest will be featured in the Halloween edition of L.A. Life on Oct. 31. Each winner will receive a family pack of movie tickets to Pacific Theatres.
For the story contest, children should submit an original story - no more than 300 words and in their best penmanship - double-spaced on an 8-1/2-by-11-inch sheet of paper. Mail to: Scary scar·y
adj. scar·i·er, scar·i·est
1. Causing fright or alarm.
2. Easily scared; very timid.
scar Stories Contest, L.A. Life, Daily News, P.O. Box 4200, Woodland Hills, Calif. 91365-4200.
The child's full name, age, address and telephone number should be written legibly leg·i·ble
1. Possible to read or decipher: legible handwriting.
2. Plainly discernible; apparent: legible weaknesses in character and disposition. or typed at the top of each story.
For the picture contest, children should draw the scary picture (adults may address the envelope but should not help on the drawing) on an 8-1/2-by-11-inch sheet of unlined white paper and send it to the address listed above. Color drawings are welcome.
The child's full name, age, address and telephone number should be written legibly or typed on the back of the picture. Any medium can be used - pencil, crayon crayon, any drawing material available in stick form. The term includes charcoal, conte crayon, chalk, pastel, grease crayon, litho crayon, and children's wax colors. , water paints or whatever the child enjoys.
But, please, no tracing.
All entries must be received at the Daily News by Oct. 16. They cannot be returned. A panel of editors will select the winners.