Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 19, 1931 · Page 4
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•M, |W' JH *i*t>iA • pa* MB* ftefet brt, ;m fames Spates. -DOdcSW, Atfc, bt'mg Sfte oTdT Pitts* brinf fti* r*lr 61 816VW, find j^ .jjitj; ^^i and eandy. Dfcn't Mist lore, my biby little couslh*. my tttthttv ilt, and niy Fore. t»«ni *&gbn, and Sortrt spa oranges, apples and Jack tferrfng. •Bodcaw, brffig Hie f -rubber boofe siz«( tfifee, also " ,, apples and ofaiiges, also Kfcdifey Hdy Herring. Rbsstoh, A?k. i Clausi-I am a iitlfe girl old. Plase bring Hie a tittle fittd dMtes; fruiK of all kinds. riuts; don't fdrget my little fertilise, bVfng he ra doll that Lucille Woonru'ff. Blevins, Arlr. Claus:-'! am a little fir ef age, and in the third y&u to bring me a bab; Dear Santa ClM:-f Sm ft liltteflft six years old. 1 ttn gtth fto *cKbbl and like titf ttSrtJfte*. I t&tft ywi to brtftg me a *t tf cflme tfsfcfe, tafele and chaif*.-C^a>,.f¥Ult* and nuts. „. Wtt-gtftM West get my little brother 'Charles, brln flflft iotnething nice. Jaek Ray. 3, Mope, Arkansas. us:-t am a little gir , Dear SaUla Biiifcher, Arkansas. Stmta'Clttos:--! am ailltle girl eight years old. Wilt you bring me a ddlt and doll .buggy and" all kinds bf nuts and cindy, a set of dishes and a little tSble.. Earteha. sevftft years old and go to Brookwood o'61 a«d Miss Nora is my teacher I teVe hit Very much. Pleasb Bring m'e a long curly head doll, a ptJSh cart, sel Bf Bishes, electric stove »nd also fruit, rUlts and candy, and forget my litlle cousin, Martin Frattces Hollamon. Poole. Jr. bear Santa Claus;-! am a little dresser, lots of doll clothes, nuts, candy and frliit ; my dear teacher, my sist L mother and daddy. ' Dorothy Jean Word, ( Blevins, Arkansas. * Santa:—1 am just five years olc enough to go to school, but ; at home and help mother care tile sister. I want you to bring baby like doll, a ball, a story :. an da little doll dresser, anc nft, nuts and randy, don't forget ; the little boys and girls, mother little sister and dadddy. I will be * ai Pa Ward's so leave my things Mary Franes Ward. j . , Rosstori, Ark. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl three 'ears old and for Christmas I want' a * ttoHanjda little broom, fruits, nets ., a"ndy % That will be all for me'tKis ne*. B*ut ddn't forget unle Parrish, ng him a suker. Georgia Mae Flnher. : Rbsstdn, Ark. 'Santa:—I am a very small little •8&d as thfe is my first Christinas not ask for rhuh. Please bring ''rubber rattle ahd one Stok of 4 Dtm't forget mamma ahd daddy. '% Dorsey Rae Finher. «•' , .-.i BtfdaW, Arkansas. •Dear Sata Slaus:—I am a little boy years old, I am in the first grade. '-^TwHTgh Shool. My teaher, MisS 'Munn said I had bee 'na "gobd ^little boy, 90 please don't forget me When jyo'u visit W the little folks around Bodaw. I want a red wagon, ysack,ofanarbies, pistol and caps, ABC ttocks, -and anything else a little boy Id^use, Please don't forget /little aby brother, James David, and niy "'* % "Perry Junior McCargo, • Dear-Santy Claus. I will write you u y, ou wnat a want you to brin ^ a orange and a pair of skates ahd .'i am going to School and I ahl j tKe .third grade and 1 aril 8 years "I,'Ei/e on a farm near Patmos off road. Milton Crow. , Bodcaw, Arkansas. IT Sant Claus:—I am a little boy v , r o yeax; eld. Santa, L Want you to .; Bring me a little red wagon, A kiddy 'car, and all kinds of fire works arid . fruits. I will be a very good boy arid ( go to bed early. Howard Cram. Bodcaw, Arkansas, * , Dear Santa Claus-—I am a little girl y 'just five yearsold. Santa. I want you „' to bring me a set of idshes, a set of ;•,; blocki, a small sleepy doll, and all J kinds of fire works and fruits. I will ' Ke a good girl and go to bed early. ^ Carolyn Cr'airi. Bodcaw, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a litle girl twelve years old. I go to school and like it fine. Santa, I want you to bring me a string of beads, a pair of gloves, a new sweater and tarn to match, a j nice pair of stockings, and all kinds of fireworks and fruits. I wil be a good girl and will go to bed early. Johnie Lee Crain. Bodcaw, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—lam a little boy three years old. Santa, I want you to faring me a set of blocks, a little pock,. et knife, a ball, a little truck, a har- njinica, and all kinds of fireworks and ^iruits and I also want you to bring my ' * Jittle brother something nice. I will •iVBj to bed early and be a very good , s pie boy. Wayne Taylor. ''f~ P. S. I will be at my granddaddy's , and big mamma Grain's. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a lillte girl nine years. I would like so much BUckKer, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claiis:— I ani a little girl seven years did. t have been a good little girl. I MM you to bHhg me for Chritmil a little doll arid ddll buggy a little 'set 6f 'dishei and a lillte wagon. iplease 'Brlnfe me some cahdy and all kinds of huts and fruits. Dean'Dlxon. Dear Saffla.Cia'uW— Please bring me a doll a rubber ball 'ahd, Ml kinds of fruitk nUfe'^ncTcahdy. forget by little brother", ttrffes Dawson. ' Mufte Galfoway. Claus:— I am a litlte girl tell yeiSr^iOfil/ Please bring me a doll buggy and a doll bed and fruit, nuts arfd cari'dy. May Vlck. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a Iitlfe girl seVen years did. Please bring me a doll, all kinds of fire Works, fruits, nuts arid cahdy. Maxine Carltoh. Dear Santa Clausal ahi a little boy seveh ye'ars old. Pleasfe bring me a pistol and some taps for it, all kinds of fruits, nuts find candy. Edward McKamie. . : Buckher, Arkansas; Dear Santa Claiis:—I ani a little boy Sik-yeai-s bid "a.rid in the Prirmher. I go to scht»01 : at Falcdh. ! I want a knife d bb'k of 'fire wttrks arid a pair of gloves ,diid; all V kirids of nUts and please.'don't forget niy teacher, Mrs. 'rba Caudle and 'moth'er and daddy ahd my litlte sisters. ban Nichols.' Hope, Arkansas; Dear Santa Ciaus:—I am a little bd# iiriife years old, Plelse Bring me a vagrin-, /train .that runs,'on a track, ractor, fire works, fruits • and nuts, ease don't fdrget by little Sister PrWe Petre. Cornelia. DeSr -iSaTrita fGlaUS:—I. have been a &OAi$&$n IWs year. I am 'in the i'ii'V ii.^iii* -i^.^i^wCi.— .%Yi*t_ i -I— .^*j. *««**!•. I Want' a snedplined coat, a" pair, of boots, a cap with goggles, bring me plenty bf caridy, nuts and fire vjorks, and don't forget rhy teacher. Je 5'ure'ahd bring me a bicycle. -'".••- ;• Jack Fulrner. • , Bleviris, Arkansas. Dear Stlhta Glaus:—I am a little boy line years 'bid arid study the third """ i'/-- 1 ? gb' tb school at Blevins. . I __ . Warit Jrbu td bring me a football, sack of jnrables, fruits, -nuts and tiindy and lori't forget my tea'chier, Mfs's Leslie. J'rlnjj-Irer sbmetnmg nice. 'George:Miller Deryberry. • Hope, Arkansas. Dear'Santa ClaUs:—I "am a litlte g&l five ye>irs:sld. I haVe been a very girl five months old, bring me a rubber ddll and jumper and cahdy. Mary Dell Sanders. D<ear Santa Clhus:-! am a little girl five years ol'd. t go to Centervllle School ahd 1 want you to piease bring Me a doll biiggie and a little set of dishes, nuts, fruits, candy. Margaray Sanders. bear Sarita:—I am a good little boy 1 Waht ybu td please bring me some slickers, arid you need not bring me a little Wagon. 1 have one and a doll norhe Velma. Lbyd Sanders. Dear Santa Claus:—Please bring me a little air rifel, artd shells, football and some fireworks and fruits, nufc caridy and don't forget my Grandp arid Grandma, so that will be all. Lenard Sanders. Emmet, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am four year eld; I want ydu to'bring me 'a wagon tinker toys, a real pistol, a top ship candy, fruit, and nUts and artythin you think,! would want. Joe Russell. Errimet, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I am nine years ol and in thte third grade. I want you t bring me a fotbal!, a cowboy suit, knife, and candy, fruit and nuts. Troy Ford Russell. , : . . , Emmet, Arkansas. , Dear Santa Claus:—I am two year did. I Want you to bring me a dol dell .buggy, little bed, little rocker set'of dish'es, a little iron, and candy Frances beLois Cornelius Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—Will you please bring trie a. Sunday dress with a pleat ed^skirt? I'd like to have sortie hew doll dresses ahd a doll trunk. I Wan a wrist watch too for I have learnec to fell the time now. My little coils ins t Nancy Jane Wodford arid Nancy Lane Purkihs, will spend Christmas tiEar Sarita:-! am a iittfe ttSy five Mrs olid, Ftedse bring rife A Unite, some fruits arid cSndy ahd an> thing ybu think Would be nice for (He, and don't forget to bring my litle brother, TrttVte Ray, arid my little fcmislri, bonglas, something nice. - <, / Milton MUlllns. and go to school «Ve>y day. 1 am In the fKtR'ilftife'fttRi- mffi y»\r to bring me a &\t W glovW Mhd some candy nnd fruits. Don't forget my little sister, Monte*, 'he* addll that 'will Hope, Ark., 523 S. Elm St. Dear Santa Claus:—1 am a llltle girl five years did* Wish you wbUld bring rrte a doll, piano, little house cleaning set and skates. Freda Mae Fuller, Piney GroVe. Dear Santa Claus:— I am a' little girl eight years old. I go to Piney rove school. I am in the second grade. I love my teacher. I will be lood arid I Want you to bring me a loll and a doll buggy. I Wdnt' my loll lo. have long curly hair, lots of ireworks and apples and oranges and nuts df all kinds. Effie Lillian White. Hope, Arkaiisas. bear Sarita Glaus:— I'm a little boy ight years old. I go to school and I'm n the Second grade, . Please bring me pair of Skates, fotball, tool set, all inds of nuts .and fruits, also so some open ana ;ih\n -its tyes. Slifnmohs. P&tmfis, Arkansas. Dea> SaHta Clausj—J ffm a tittle boy eight years/oil And Ift the fourth grade. I go to school at Patmos. I want a.pslr of graves Ahd a little tntck that I can play with and a pair of gloves, and nuts and fruits and all kinds of thing and some fire works. Mil MbClellah. P"aimos, Arkansas. . Deal 1 &a - nta Ci>us!—l am a llltle boy yea#s 'did artd Iti the third ' Arkansas, ft litlte' bby m We thlwi gWde. Pisase bring me-a little ball, car, candy, nuts and some fire crackers. C. W. Lewis. ire WOrks. mother. in -Hdpe, So 'don't forget to leave their presents here 'with burs. Marie Antoinette Williams. Hope, Arkansas. •Dear Santa ClBUs:— We hope you cah stop" off to ste us and leave sOnie new toys this year, for We both play so ha'rd -we've -broken up the .ones us will make us happy. Glen.L. Williams, Jr. Sophia Purkins Williams. Patmos. Arkansas. , Dear Sarita 'Claus:—! am a litl girl 7 yea'ris old. I go to school al Union . Pleasfe bri'n'g me a pair o] gloves, a story book 'arid all kirids of fruit. Vernelle Burns. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:— I "am a little gir! four y'ear's old. I have been nice a! the -year. So I want yo_u to bring me a little ddll, doll bed and a little piano anil all kinds of f ruits 'nuts and candy • ' Ruby HUbbard. good tittle girl arid I want you ;:>»r*%!.': : _J^*- '• •*J--LI* 'iL.;-£i.*.l'— «. ^klA««. 1 to. jflng'me a "doll, tricycle a ipiano, ball n£ fruits, riuts arid candy. Don't forget m'othfer arid daddy. Jehnie Lee Terry. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa ClaUS:—I art a little boy hree 'years old. i have 'Been a .very gobd boy. I want you to bring me s rain, a dump truck, tricycle, a .ball arid lots of fruits, nuts and candy. Curtis Terry. Hope, Arkansas. l)ear Sarita ptaus:—I am a little gir) wp years old. I hdv'e been a good ittle girl this year. I want you to jlease bring m'e a litlte doll, some andy, apples, oranges and nuts of 11 kirids. BObby Lbyd Gullliams. Dear Santie:— I am a little girl 7 years Old in the first grade. Dear Santa, I want a big doll and doll bed, arid I have a brother 10 years old, he would like a BB gun and a little brother four years old, he would like a tricycle and don't forget my mother. Bring lo'ts of candy, nuts arid fruit. Joyce. Hope, Arkansas. DearSanta Claus:— I'll bet you are having a time getting ready. to start delivering all the presents. Will you please. bring me some fruits, nuts and a lunch basket. Clyde Somers. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Sarita Claus:— I have tried to be a good little bo ythis year and I for you to bring me a little electric wan j you to bring me a little toy pis- pook stove, riuts and fruits. I will! to j a y^ ret j wa gon also bring me ,,. i?ear Sa rita , Hope,. Arkansas, Claus;— I aril b little noe ask for much this year. Mary Lynn Jarrell. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a Uttle boy three years old. Please bring me a big tricycle, fire truck, football, hammer, hatchet and nails. Nuts, candy and fire crackers. Johnnie Boy Gibson III Bear Santa:- Hope, Arkansas. -I am a little boy six years old and have been a good boy, so I want you to brinf me a cowboy suit, football, airplane and train. Don't forget the other litle boys and girls. I want some fruit and candy. |te sure to remember Miss Bessie. Billy Rawsey. . ._ plenty of fruits and a great big sack o? Uncle Sam's kisses. Floyd Hockett. Saratoga, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy 8 years old and in the second reader, my teachers name is Miss Lois Gand. I want an air gun a sack of candy, also fruits and nuts. Edward Walhup. Dear Santa Claus:— Please bring me a drum, another dog, and an electric train and some works. I am six ang my brother Jerry is almost one year old- Bring him a rocking horse, ball an<J bear. Fill our stodkins. I wani 'loft 0i book? too. Manen Clements. girl 'eleven years did. I have been good all the year. So I. &ant you to pftkse fcjrlhg rne a pair of ^oves and a little -ddll and-all kirids of fruits, nuts and fireworks. . \ 'iSflria Marie Hubard. Hope; Arkansas. Dear Sarita ClauS:—I am a little gir: I "am five years old. I have been a gobd little girl, so I want you to bring Arlerte Garrott. HOpe, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a littls gir] teh years old. I have been a good little girl so I want you to bring me a doll, a doll buggy and al kinds of fruits and candy. , Floride Putman. Hope, Arkansas. bear Santa:—I, am a little girl years old from Pittsburgh Pa., visiting my grandm'other Ruggles, who is ill. Please bring rne some doll clothes fdr niy b(g doll, a tricycle and some caridy. bon't forget daddy, • ma'ma, brother and grandmother. I hope I can se'e my dear daddy Christmas. Howard Ruggles wants a little red book. Maridel Semback. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Clause:—I am a little boy six years ol,d. • I would like for you to bring me for Christmas a row- boy suit and don't forget my rrioth- erand daddy. , Merrill Edward McCloughyn. bear Santa ClaUs:—I want you to bring m'e a doll and a doll buggy and a little rocking chair, apple and oranges and nuts. I will go to bed early. Helen Ruth White. Hope, Ark., 523 S. Elm St. Dear Santa Claus:—I am,.eight years old. Going to school and studying lots. I Wart a 'nice big doll, house shoes, Billy Whiskers story hook, big ball, candies and fruits. Maxie Lou Fuller. Please don't forget Earl Cornelius, Jr. Route 3, Nashville, Ark. ' Dear Santa:—I am a little girl three years old. I want you to bling me a little doll bed and a big doll arid a kitchen set, and candy, nuts and fruit of all kind, and lon't forget my sisters and little brother. Gloria Jane Duncan. grale. I want y6U td tolhg We a trllck, train nnd a hjldycie, bring fne caridy and nuts and 'fife brackets, firing my sister CathryH s\5WWthlng, hlso my mother, ft fbtt 'cah'l BrlriB It Hown the chimney put it on the front porch. •Walter Middlebrooks. Arkansas. Santa Glausi-I orii a little girt nine years old and In the fdUrth grade. Bring me & pblr of stockings and a little Bible anl don't forget sister, bring her a doll and all kinds of fruit nnd candy. § 'ie 11, I ., Palmds, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus;— I aiii a lltlte itirl years old. Please Bring me a osme apples and huts. "That is Want rioW. Mae delle Welch. Patmos, Arkansas. Deaf Santa Claus:~Please bring itie a litlte wagon, ball, candy nnd nuts of all Rinds. Also bring me some sparklers and fire crackers. Rayrhonl Huelt. Annie Mae Robinson, i^I a* d: Wiftha . Itttlt tiuelt. fioute 3, Nashville, Ark. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl 12 years old and go to school at Roy, am in the third grade and my teachers name is Bob Blackwbod. Bring me a wrist watch, a string of pearls and a ring,, nuts of all kinds,, candy and fruits of all kind and don't forget m> teacher and other litlte girls and boys Lardell Duncan. Patmos. Arkansas. Dear Santa Ctausi— I dm a little girl eight years old and in the first 'grade. I want ''you to faring, mfe a sleepy doll ahl candy bf nil kinds and nuts of all Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Sahia Clausal am a little bdy 7 years aid-and gd to school and In the fourth grtde. t like niy teacher fine, he> name Is Miss Bonds. Please bring m'e a febys' wrist Watch, a pencil b'oi ahd ahd ftviatdr cap, and also some fire works. Clinton Jdn'es. Pathios, Arkansas. bear Santa Ciaus:^! am ft little girl 1 years did and in the first grade, I Want you to bring hie a loll and rirtg 'and appies, oranges, gum artd all kittd of frUlt olid fire wo'rks. Bring rny little sister Delolse a doll and don't forget mama arid da'ddy. Josephine Huell. kind arid that is all. Lois Yancey. Hope, Arkansas. •Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy four years old. 1 live seyph mile north of Hope and I want you to brini me a gun so I can kill some squirrel! and also some fruits and nuts am don't forget my grandmother Chism also don't forget my grandlad art( grandmother in Hillsboro,. Texas. KeKnneth Smith Seaton. Houte 4, Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—Please bring mi an aviator 'cap, ahd'also a knife anil all kinds of fire works and bring 'ruits and huts of all kind, and don'' "orget my granddadd'y Lockard. Charlie Lac'kard. Route 4, Hope, Ark..',i Dear Santa Claiis: — I want you t< aririg me a : 'doll, a doll quilt, a set ,6| dishes and a doll bed, and some clothe ' for ^fly "doll tawtl' frxilts and'- Mts <ind, and don't forget my Grandmother Chism. Marie Lockard. Houte 4, Hope, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am just three years and and I want you to please jring me a baby doll that will cry and some little dishes, fruits and nuts b all kind and don't forget my little jrother Billie James, he wants a fattier. Doris Jean Lockard. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl six years old. I want you to bring me a ringi some tinker toys a gift stock- ng and a pair of house slippers. My .ittle sister, Dorothy Jean, wants some dishes, a little stove, and a pair ol louse slippers. We also want a little ;able and chairs. Vilginia O'Neal. Washington, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl six .years old and go t oschool a I Washington, Mrs|.' Filkihton is my eacher and I sure do like her. Santa jring me a big curly headed doll, doll cart, blackboard, fruits, nuts and candies of all kinis. I am a good little ;irl and help mama, and don't forget mama and daddy, and my teacher and 11 little girls and boys. Frances Payne Bumpurs. Bleviins, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I will ask you to jring me a few things this year. A eather cap with goggles, a pair of icots anl a belt. Bring me a little car ,nd a horse and cart for toys. Don't orget candy, nuts and oranges. Ralph Harris. Blevins, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—Please bring me lots f toys and a tricycle for I don't go o school and need things to play with, iring me nuts and apples too. Paul Harris. Blevins, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I will not ask or much since I have three little rothers and a sister that I don't want ou to forget. Bring me a leather cap nl a pair of shoes, size 2, also a shirt. want a pistol and caps, also football, iring some warm blankets for our eds and don't forget mother and addy, although they don't expect a ling. Hayden David Harris. .. , 6 ! Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy six jtears old. I go to school at dgles- by 6c)ioOl, Miss Bessie Green is my tefacher and I love her very much. I want you to bring me a French hurp, pair of gloves, pair of .boots, pencil box, also fruit, cundy and nuts. I also Blevins, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I'm sure you :ill remember the little rel cheeked oy you saw on our little Christmas tree last year. Please bring me a tricycle arid a little knife. I will need a pair of scissors a sack of marbles, a ball and a few toys. Don't fail to bring me a sadlle for our colt, also a mixed sack of fruits, nuts and candy. James Russell Harris. Patmos, Arkahaas. Dear Santa Claiis*:—I am a little girl six years old. Bring me a doll, ring and house slipp'ers, apples, oranges, candy. Don't. f&get my little sister, two years old, Billie Frances, brirtg her a doll with curly hair. Claudie Marion Lewis. Patmos, Arkahsas. . Dear Santa Claus:—It is getting rifear Christmds tlrii'e and I am going to tell you what I want. I want a toy train, a little scooter a cnrahl all kinds of nuts, candies and fruits. I am a little boy in the first grade. I am eight years old. Roy Greene. Ponitos, Ark&nsas. Dear Santa Claus;—Please bring me a bicycle for my Christmas prent. I want one that is the right size for a boy teh years old. You may paint it black. I will look for it early Christmas mdrhing. Arthur Owens. Patmos, Arkansas. ' Dear Santa Claus:'—I am writing you and Veiling you What I Want Christmas. A big ball arid tots of fruits 'arid riuts. Don't forget niy litt issel arid riuts. Don't forget my little sis. -- • Willie Shepard. . Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl nine years oil. Bring me a little doll that can open arid shut its eyes, and bring me a ball, cook stove, trunk, nuts, candy and fruits. That will be all I will ask for. I Will look for it early Christmas morning. ...~ ' - Melvileene Smith. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 11 years old and in the fourth grade. Please bring me a. big ball a pair Of beads, a pair of gloves, candy, nuts, fruit of all kinds anl please don't forget my littl esister, bring her a big rabbit,' fruits, candy and nuts. Bonnie Shepard. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl ten years old and in the fourth grade. I go to school at Patmos. Santa bring me a ball and fruits and candy, and all kinls of fire works. Don't forget my teacher, Miss Bonds. I will look for my pres'ent early Christmas morn- Patrhos, Arkansas. tiear 'Santa Claiis:—i am n liltte boy 7 years oil. Please bring me a litkle Wagon and a basket ball, all kinds of fire works, nuts and candy. I am in the first grade and have been a good little,, boy. Bring my sister, Vera, something nice. Roy Simmons. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 2 years old. I want you 6t bring me a doll, doll buggy, tricycle and a few little toys. Don't forget the fire crackers tinl sparklers. Mary Kathryn Belts. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I have been a good girl at home. I want a doll buggy and a doll, that will go in it, and I want a set Of dishes. Please bring my mother a pair of shoes and some dishes. Please bring her a new coat and some stockings. Marjorie McWilliams. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:— I am a little girl six years old. I am in the second grade. I go to school at Shovcr Springs. I love my teacher. Please bring me a doll bed, a chair, a table, a Set of dishes, a pair of beads, a telephone, some apples, oranges, • all kinds of candies. 1 , will be a good girl. Velma Lee Bennett. Sneppar'c!, Ark. Dtar Santa C^us:— I am a little boy one year old. • I want you to bring me a pair o fshOes and stockings, fruit of all kind. Don't forget my little nephew, Jasper, who is one month old and his mother, Ophelia. Sammie Nelvin Shaw. Ozan, Ark. Dear Santa:— I am a little girl 10 years old. I want you to bring me a pair of overshoes, a fountain pen, and, a sleepy doll, fruits, nuts and candy. Don't forget my mother, broth- yvttra uiu. mama gays i am BUUU.BUUIG- tlmes. Please bring me a liUie doll with yellow hair, a Ball, plture, book, sfilirkllrl dflay a|d fruit. •**" J - Kj " ftfr^'t opat, faye Ahd „ • ftSjflte Saftitiel, . . , Hope, Arkansas. Delr Sdntaf—I ani a little fe&y four ' 1 havte two litle bMtheM , , threfe and RalUh, ohe year S d. .We h^e been feat gtibd. Jack *hrjr aiffd 1 want a tritycte, todl tfdfc, dtfmte trtifefc «ftd & *rlst Watch, ttalph ^ftfe iA rubber ball ahd a doll. Ari'd rfdh't fdVget Sbnie good things Iced!. hfOrry and edrhe. Sam Arnold Rdwe. WasHinglon, Ark. SaHU dlaUs:—t ani a litle girt siic yWrs 6ld. i.ani going to school and ftaVfe finlsted the primer. I have trl^d to be,a gobd little girl and help niother nil I cah, I Wnhl you to bring hie A sleepy 'ddll. A piano, one large enough-for me to play. A pair of gloves, a rain coat and cap, a pencil box arid a heto first redder. All kinds of fruit and caridy. Giayds Marie Marlln. . Washihgtori, Ark. Dear Santa Claiis:—I have been , a good boy arid passed to the fifth grade now. I want you to bring me a watch, a briddie for niy little poney, shots for my gun, and a leather coat and fruit and candy. John William Martin. Hope, Arkansas. bear Santa Claus:—1 Want a Daisy air rifle and a good pocket knife. J. W. Patterson, Jr. Hope, Arkansas. fiear Santa':—I am a little girl seven years old in thb second grade. I go to Paisley school. I want a doll, a 'ddll buggy, a pair of skates, a set of dishes, also s'Oriie fruits, cartdy arid fire works. Please don't forget my little friends, Sylvia Ross and Maxine Long. ' • . Mary Emily Gulley. . . Hope, .Arkansas. Dear Santa:—For this Christmas I am not asking for much, I only wan* a doll, set of dishes, a French harp. Ruby Purtle. Dear . Santa Claus:—I 'ani a, little girl eight, years old arid I have been a good little girl. Will you please brin| hie a doll, some story books, a rjn'g, pencil box, skates. Please don't forget rny little sister. Johnnie Boyett, , . . . ,„ Hope, Arkansas. Dear Sante'CIaUsr—1 Bin a little girl eight years pl'd. ,1 am hvthe 'second B grade. I go to school fit Paisley school I want you* to bring me a book satchel, sdhie fruits, candies, and nuts. Don't forget ,riiy teacher, Mrs. Taylor. Mary Marguerite Stringfelldw. ,4 nuts Columbus, Deaf l&«hRi OtftUSi^t aW A ten y*ftrt '6W. 1 wfeflt ydu to bring Wie a little 8lf fine, A pair 1 6t clump SMteVflt'e Wo¥ TrultS bf all kinds, , Davtd HamflWn, dolumbus, Ark? Dear Santa ClaiiS:-! am a" Itttl eight yeafS Old. I WSnt ydii to bring me a drill, ddll Bed afftl cobk stove, Ittts 'of fruits, caHai kinds 1 , and please don't forget and llltle brdHifer bavl'd. Huth Ham!tt6h/ ri Hope, Claus:-PleaSe brlhfe a 'daiinon, a Sdir of gloves, some frvilt tind nuts. My brother wante a pair of boots and a zeppelin. Thank you for the toys you brlught 'Us last 1 year. Allen McDorrald While, HOtfe, Atkahsai. Dear SaHln Clnlisi-il am h little b«iy three years old. I want ybii to c'oMe nnd sec me Christmas and-pleMg bring me a litle train, a knife with a chain, a gun, some fire works, fruitj nuts Raymond Allen. Washington, Ark. Claus:—HOW are ydu and candy. Santa now. I dm 10 years old. I Want you to please bring me a baby doll arid a gold ring and- n ncW dress arid a real wrist wotch, candy nuts and fruit, Ltftle Boj>ce. Hope, Arkansas. My Dear Santa:—I am a little girl eight yeiirs old. I gO to school at GUernsoy. I'm in the high third, I Wimt you to please bring me a p'retty doll, some handkerchiefs, a string; 'of aeads, some fire works, fruits, nuts ind candy. PlcnSc don't forget my ittle brother and sister. Nanna Jean Alleh. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—Please bring m'e a doll with long curls, a pair of mittefis, house shoes, candies, nuts, fruits and '(reworks, don't forget niy teacher, Vtr. Gordon. Selma Turner. Sheppftrd, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I hope you and your wife are well. I a ma little girl four. years old. I have ben pretty good my mother said. Please bring rne some fruits, cartdy, and nutS arid anything else you think I deserve. Remember my mother, grandma, grandpa,, uncle Claude and demon. When ypu come through E. St. Louis go by 1404 Bond Ave., to see niy auntie, grandmother, uncle Dan and Lum and aunt Addio and then go down to 1928 Bond Ave., and see uriele Ira and cousin Mildred. Please remember all other good boys arid girls. Laisy Lee Ira King. ers and daddy. Cora Belle Webb. Dear Sanla:—I Ozan, Arkansas, am a little boy 8 ing. Vera Simmons. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl nine years old and in the fOurth grade. I want a Wagon and some fire works and some fruit and nuts. Don't fovget me for I have been a good little girl all the year. Mary Rider. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl six years'old and go to school at Patmos. My teachers name is Miss Bonds and I like her fine and' don't want you to forget her. Bring me a little doll that can open and shiut its eyes. Don't forget me. Helen Smith. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl f years old and go to school at Patmos and sure like niy teacher, Miss Bonls. I try to be a good little girl ahd I want yo uto please bring me a lig doll, a pair of shoes, stockings, 'ruits, candy and nuts. Bring my lit. le brother a doll and a ball. Eluideen Vines. years old. I want you to bring me a BB gun and a pair of boots, fruits, nuts and candy. Don't forget my brother and sister, mother arid daddy. Joe Henry Webb. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl eight years old. Please bring me a doll, a drawing book, and a pair of gloves. That is all for this time. Don't forget my litlle sister, mother, grandpa and grandma. Orene Anderson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I' want you to bring me a book satchel a story book arid 'some fruit, nuts, and candy. Imbgene Taylor, bear Santa:—I am a little girl years old. I live at Sutton arid go to school at Central. I am in the second grade. Santa please bring me a doll and doll bed, a story book, fruits, candies and nuts of all kinds. Bring my teacher soriiething nice, her name is Miss Holinshead. I will go to bed early and be very god. Rose Ervin. Emmet, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy seven years old. I go to school at Emmet, and am in the second grade. Santa I want you to bring me a air gun two bores of shot, a story book, some marbles arid fireworks and all kirids of fruit and candy and don't forget my Grandma, bring her something nice. W. E. McFarland, Jr. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl three years old. Please bring me a doll, a set of dishes and a pair pf gloves. That is all for this time. Dbn'l forget my little sisters, mother, grandpa and grandma. Frances Anderson. Dear Santa:—I am a little girl six years old. I want you to bring me a little doll and a little doll buggy, and fruit and nuts and candy and that « all I want. Margaret Erskine. Dear Santa.—I Hope, Arkansas, am a little boy Dear Santa Claus:—I atn a little boy nine years old. Please bring me a air rifle and shells and a little wagon, and nuts, candy and that will be all for this time. Alvin Sanders. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Old Santa:—How are you? We are getting things ready for Christmas and looking for you to be sure and come. Please bring me a pretty dollle that goes to sleep, some clothes for her, some skates a rain coat and a little chest of drawers. Don't forget to leave plenty of fruit, nuts and candy also some roman candles and a bath robe. I go to schol and have made good grades so will look for you Sheppard, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy eight years old. I want you to bring me some apples, all kinds of nuts artd fire'works. James Shaw. Sheppard, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl 10 years old. Please bring me all kinds of nuts, fruits and candies. Don't forget other little children. Daisy Ruth Shaw. Hope, Arkansas, Dear Santy:—I am a little girl seven years old. I woul dlike a doll, sonic fruit, candy and nuts. I woull like a jumping rope. Lucille Fears, ' ~, • Hope, Arkansas, Dear Santa:—Please bring rhe a pair of sknios, jumping rope, dishes, doll, table and two chairs and a rain- coal. Linda Marie Cobb. Dear Santa Claus:—I wonder if you would remember a little girl who has tried _to be good with, some toys. I want a doll and doll clothes, china dishes and some little knives arid forks. Norma Jean Sasser. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl seven years old. I am in-the second grade. Not very god but will do better. I don't want very much, just a rain coat and a cap, lats of nuts and Christmas eve. June Duke, Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy and in the fifth grade. My sister is tne years old and I am a whole lot bigger than she; is. Please bring me a wagon anl some nuts and oranges and Patmos, Arkansas Dear Sant Claus:—I am a little boy ive years old and go to school at Pat- mas and am in the IB class. Please iring me some gloves, a gun a cap nd shots. Billy Rider. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a litle boy 7 years aid, and am in the third grade. Will you pleas ebring me a little tlain, a football, and plenty of fire works. James Ratcliff. Patmos, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—We are two little boys, we live at Hinton, a little junction out from Patmos. We go to school. We like our teachers fine. Well Santa, we've been pretty good children this year, so please bring us a sponge ball, hildren. old maid game, little 'Orphan Annie | years old. I want you to bring me a little gun, train and lots of apples, oranges, nuts and candy. Bring my little sister, Frances. A doll, broom and set of dishes. My big sister, Gerlene, wants a wrist watch. Roy Preston Taylor. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl three and a half years old. I want you to bring me a doll that can cry and walk and a set of dishes, apples, oranges and nuts of al kinds, do not forget the orphan children. Martha Etter Robinson. Dear Santa Hope, Arkansas. Claus:—I am a little boy two years old. I want you to bring me a French harp, a little red wagon und a train, a pair of overalls, apples, oranges ad all kinds of fruits, and nuts. Laymon Robinson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—Will you please bring me a big doll, a raincoat and hat and a story book, overshoes and I guess that is all but all kinds of fruit. Do not forget, my little sisters and brother and do not forget the orphan Irani Lee Robinson. Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa:—I have tried to be a good little girl. I go to Sunday school, so please bring me some real pretty handkerchiefs, a tricpcle and Santa my doll you brought me last Christmas is real good, so take the one you meant for me to some other little girl that isn't expecting one. Don't forget any little girls for they will be terribly disappointed Christmas. Please bring me some new clothes for my dollie, especially some beach pajamas for her. Bring me a bath robe, some nuts, fruits, candy and fire works. Will shut my eyes tight. Norma Jean Duke. Patmos, Ark. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy 9 years old and I go to school at Union. I am in the fourth grade and I like my teacher very much. Please bring me a 22 rifle. Fruit, nuts ahd candy and don't forget Grandma and brother, mother and daddy. Ernest Jones. Hope, Ark., 1012 West 5th St. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little girl almost three years old. So leave me some new bedroom slippers, a little set of dishes, a purse, a preety story book if you don't have enough dolls J can do without one as my old one looks almost new. Be sure and leave my sisters und me a tricycle, fruit. Pauline Hatcher. Dear Santa Claus:—I have been a pretty good boy all year. So wont you please bring me a jair of skates, a pair of rubber boots, and lots of fruit, candy, and nuts? Also remember all the other little boys and girls. Harvey Edward Gillespie, Hope, Arkansas. Dear Santa Claus:—I am a little boy eight years old. I go to schol, I am-in) the second grade. I like my teacher fine and now Santa Claus. I Want ydu to bring roe n little train, an airplane, gun and caps. Please Santa, don't forget my little brother and little sister. Bring them something nice too. I will be real good. Cecil Peyton. Dear 604 W. Pond St., Hope, Ark. Santa Claus:—I am a little boy 8 years old. Am in the low second grade. I go to Paisley school. 1 like my teacher just fine. Santa i want you ti bring me a pair of gloves, pncil box, all kinds of fruit, nuts of all kinds and some toys. I have a little brother and sister too, don't forget them. Thurmon Beasley. • Gurnsey, Arkaasas. Dearest Santa:—Just a few line to let you know what I want for Christmas. I want a little truck and some fruits and that is all. I am going to ask for, so there wili be more for other little boys ur.d girls. Santa I have been working veiy hard at school and 1 am in the second grade. I sure do want you to bring my teacher a whole lets, for £>he is so sweet to us littlt boys and girls. Ilervil Watts.

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