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Building Telephone Gloucester 18 DAILY PRESS, NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1932. Mathews Seaford Williamsburg NOTED PIANIST IS Glass, Ordinary and Naxera Cobbs Creek, North and Cardinal Letters To Santa Claus Seaford Letters To Santa Claus 10 BE HEARD HERE John Powell, Who Will Appear in January at College, Is Native Virginian. (Williamsburg Bureau) Although surrounded by a prestige which Is International and places him unquestionably among the world's greatest plonlsta, John Powell, who will appear In the Phi Beta Kappa Hall on January 9, retains a distinct note or Americanism. He was born In Virginia, and is Indelibly marked with the Imprint of the Old South. The folk music of Virginia, he prides himself.
Is his natural heritage. From this source have come the themes of his best compositions, which have been played by orchestras the world over. He be' lieves firmly that the folk music of the American countryside will some day be recognized as the authentic American musical idiom. Powell began the study of the piano in Richmond, at the age of five. His sister was his first teacher.
Later, he continued his studies under Frederick Charles Hahr, who had been a mem ber of the Swedish court and had studied with Kullak and Liszt. Yielding to parental pressure, PoW' ell submitted to a college education before going abroad to complete his iffilcal studies. He even won a de gree from the University of Virginia, together wh a Phi Beta Kappa key. Then he went to Vienna, and be' came a pupil of Leschetlzky. After a period of study in that city he made his debut and won immediate recog nition.
There followed a tour of Europe which took him, as he says "from Glasgow to Budapest." His success everywhere was electric, but even though Europe was ringing with his praises. Powell postponed his New York debut until he felt sure he was ready. Today, Powell Is at the height of his mature powers both as pianist ana composer, since nis initial success in America, he has returned several times for long tours of Europe, including the memorable European tour of the New York Symphony Orchestra, with which he appeared as soloist, playing his own "Rapsodie Negro." PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TO PRESENT PAGEANT (Williamsburg Bureau The Williamsburg Presbyterian Church will give a Christmas pageant tonight in the church. The young people of the church will present the "Prince of Peace" at 7:30 o'clock. The pageant consists of the story of the birth of Christ as told In the Scriptures, given by two readers In costume, the singing of Christmas carols, and the presentation of Bible scenes in pantomlne, as follows: The Prince of Peace, the coming of Christ; Christ, the source of all true peace In the heart; Christ the source of peace among nations; the acceptance of the peace message and program by the church.
Small Trash Blaze Calls Out Firemen Miss Ethel Sparrer has returned to her home to spend the Christmas holidays after attending the State Teachers' College at Fredericksburg. Miss Es telle Ironmonger has re turned to Gloucester Courthouse after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Ironmonger, for several days. Miss Ironmonger is leaving Friday for Wise, where she will spend the Christmas hoUdays with Miss Kathryn Mc-Elroy. Mrs. D. M.
Hudglns Is 111 at her home here. Mrs. G. W. MUls, Miss Anna Virginia MUls, Miss Maxme Dryden and Miss Lenora Freeman attended the play given at Morrison High School Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Montgomery, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Montgomery, Mrs. P.
Montgomery and Mrs. C. W. Parker spent Tuesday In Newport News. Mrs.
Aubrey Stroud is 111 at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wallace have returned to their home in Fox Hill after visiting Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Hogge. Miss Thelma Taylor is spending the Christmas holidays at her home In Beaverdam, Md. Mrs.
H. H. Hansford, Mrs. C. E.
Crockett, Misses Doris Hansford, Katherine Crockett and Jeanette Hansford spent Tuesday In Newport News. Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Montgomery and Herman Montgomery motored to Newport News Tuesday. Miss Leanora Freeman is spending the holidays at her home at Jeffs. Mrs. O. R.
Mills, Hilda and Frances Mills, Mrs. E. O. Hogge and Mrs. Charlie Watson spent Tuesday to Newport News.
Miss Maxlne Dryden Is spending the hoUdays at her home in Poquoson. Blakes, Hallieford and Hudgins Houlder Hudglns of Washington, wUl arrive today to spend Christ mas with his sister, Mrs. Vinton Shipley, at Blakes. Mrs. Rebecca Forrest has returned to her home after spending sometime with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. N. R. Rainier at Blakes, Miss Doris Pierce has been remov' ed to her home from the Elizabeth Buxton Hospital and is Improving rapidly. Mrs.
Susie Raines, of Hallleford, spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Lettle Foster, at Blakes. Logan Cannon, of Norfolk, is spend ing a few days with his famUy at Hallleford. LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy three years old and will you please bring me a wagon, pair of boots, pop gun, and doll baby, some candy, nuts and oranges. Don't for get all the other Uttle children and mother.
EDWARD ELLIOTT, Blakes, Virginia. Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle girl four years old and will you please bring me a doU baby, and carriage, piano, cook stove and a electric iron, and some more things. Don't forget aU the other little boys and girls and bring mother something too. RAMONA ATHERTON DAVIS. Blakes, Virginia.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle ACROSS Solution of Captain Benton Owens, of the N. Y. P. Is spending some time with his family at Diggs. Mr.
and Mrs. Scott Forrest and daughter, of Norfolk, were recent guests of relatives in the county. Miss Georgia CaUls, of Diggs, Is spending several days with her brother-in-law. and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Diggs. S. P. James, of Fork Union, has arrived at his home to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. James, Sr. 3. 3.
Gallagher, of Newport News, spent yesterday on business In the county. Maxwell Foster, of the William and Mary College, WiUiamsburg, has arrived to spend the holidays with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. S.
Foster. Jerome Leverson, of Newport News, was a recent business visitor in the county. Clopton, White Marsh and Roanes Mr. and Mrs. C.
Jenkins recently visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jenkins.
Miss Evelyn Bailey Is able to be out again after being Ul for the past several days. Mrs. Emmett Davis, of Roanes, was a recent guest In this community of Mrs. T. R.
Blakes. LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle boy seven years old. I want you to bring me a pair of boots, mouth harp, a cap pistol, some fireworks and goodies. Remember daddy and mother and au the other children. KENDALL OLIVER.
Dear Santa: I'm a little girl eight years old. I am In the second grade at school. Please bring me a pair of rubbers, a doU in a trunk and some clothes for her. A set of bob-jacks, and a box of hankerchiefs and some goodies. Remember everybody else, please.
VIOLET HORSLEY, Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle boy four years old. I want a suit. pair of stockings and shoes, handker chiefs, whistle, a tricycle and some goodies. Please don't forget all the other Uttle chudren, especially those who have no father and mother. HOWARD HORSLEY.
Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a horn, ball, a Uttle hatchet, a box of marbles, a cap, sweater, and handker chiefs and goodies. EDWARD HORSLEY. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy 11 years old. I want you to bring me a pair of gloves, a cap, pop pistol, some toys, some fireworks and lots of goodies. Don't forget the poor chil dren who are orphans.
RANDOLPH OLIVER. Dear Santa Claus: I want you to bring me a pair of gloves, a wagon, a pair of rubbers, cap, necktie, and lots of goodies. Remember all the others. KENNETH JENKINS. girl nine years old and go to school every day and am in the third grade and am trying my best to be real good.
Will you please bring me a doll, ring, sweater, and some other things and don't forget my Uttle brother and sister. MYRTLE PROCTOR. Blakes, Virginia. "Buy Christmas Seals" 4. Inveterate hatred 5.
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Flow back 1. Scotch river 3. Philippine savage (Williamsburg Bureau) Those of the library force who will spend Saturday, Christmas Day and Monday at their homes are: Miss Margaret Calphln, acting ibrarlan, Greenevlle, S. Miss Dorothy Walters, Warrenton, Miss Ellen Carlson, Claremont; Miss Laura Col-vin, Richmond: Miss Nancy Dickenson, Cartersvllle, and Miss Josephine Nunnally, Richmond. Dr.
Walter Montgomery, of the Unl versity of Virginia, will spend several days this week with Mr. and Mrs, Charles O. Rieve at their home on Francis Street. Miss Pearl Griffin, who is teaching In a woman's college in Maryland, has arrived to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Griffin, in Colonial Extension. Maupin Saunders, who is attending a boy's school In Lynchburg, is spend ing the Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Edward Saun ders, in West End. The Christmas celebration for the Episcopal Sunday school of Bruton Parish Church will be held this afternoon in the auditorium of the George Wythe House. Miss Frances Colvln will spend Sat urday, Sunday and Monday at her home In Richmond.
Miss Bessie Porter Taylor, social di rector of women at William and Mary College, left on Wednesday for her home in Accomac to spend Christmas with her mother and sisters. Miss Ewell Crawford left on Wed nesday for New York to visit her mother, Mrs. Richard Crawford, over the holidays. Miss Margaret Flickinger and brothers, Wafcer, Joe and Brooke, left on Wednesday for Winchester to sDend the Christmas vacation with their Barents. Rev.
and Mrs. S. L. Flickinger. Dr.
and Mrs. J. Paul Leonard and daughter, Betty Lou, will spend the holidays with friends in New YorK City. NEWSPAPERS DESCRIBED TO VOCATIONAL GROUPS (Williamsburg Bureau) Newspapers, their work and as a vocation, were described to the voca tional guidance classes at the Matt hew Whaley High School yesterday. The class, which is being flight by Mrs.
W. F. Low, is at present study' ing the various vocations in order that it might help the first year students in chooslne their vocations and in mapping out their curriculum. A representative of the Dally press told the class of the workings or a paper, describing In detail just how the paper is printed from the news room through the mechanical department. Operation of linotype machines, stereotype department and presses were described and mats, type and cuts were passed among tne pu pils.
An Invitation to visit the Daily Press plant was extended to those in the class who were interested in newspaper work. LOCAL D. A. R. CHAPTER HOLDS DECEMBER MEET (Williamsburg Bureau) The regular meeting of the Wil liamsburg Chapter of the D.
A. R. was held Tuesday evening at tne home of Dr. Susan Price on Francis Street. Reports of the officers ana the committees for 1932 were given.
The block print Christmas cards, done by John Henderson, were distributed among those present. Copies were also mailed from the chapter to its non-resident members, throughout the United States as well as abroad. Anvone. whether member of tne chapter or not, may obtain copies of this card by applying to Dr. Susan Price.
"Buy Christmas Seals" OW COMPLETE with latest typePHILCC High Efficiency Tubes Mrs. George W. Mason is Ul with Influenza at her home at North End. Mrs. Zmmett Spencer continue Ul at her home at North End.
Jack Huchlnson, of the a. S. James Elwood Jones. Is spending some ttane with his family at North End. Mrs.
Earl Foster, of North End, spent some time recently at Glou cester court House, Andrew BUIups, a cadet at V. M. is spending the holidays with his mother. Mrs. James Mason, at her home Green Mansion, North.
MaxweU Foster, a student of William and Mary, is home for the holidays with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Foster, at their home on North River.
The playlette, A Womanless Wed ding," presented recently by lo cal talent at the Red Men's Hall for the benefit of Holly Grove Church al North was very weU attended. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lackey and son, Herbert, are expected to arrive today to spend the Christmas hoUdays with Mrs. Lackey's mother, Mrs.
George W. Mason, at her home at North End. LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Santa Claus, Please bring me a sled and a pistol and some apples, oranges and some candy. CURTIS KEMP, JR. Dear Santa Claus, Please bring me a doU baby, a doU carriage and a pair of gloves and don't forget the apples, oranges and candy.
LENA KEMP. Dear Santa, Please bring me a doQ baby, set of dishes and i pair of gloves and some goodies. GARNET HAINES KEMP. Dear Santa, am a good Uttle boy 7 years old. I wish you would please bring me a air rifle, sled and some goodies.
DAVE LEWIS. Dear Santa Claus, Please bring me a pair of roller skates and a Clara Bow doll and Sonny Boy. Don't Jor get the goodies. FLORENCE FOSTER. Dear Santa, I am a Uttle boy years old.
Please bring me a pony. That's all I want. GEORGE HERBERT KEMP. Dear Santa Claus, I am a boy 10 years old and I wish you would please bring me a bullet rifle like my friend, Charles Bryan. Don't forget the goodies.
ALLEN HORN. Dear Santa Claus. We are twia brothers. Please bring both of us a buUet rifle and a drum each. PAUL and LESTER LARCH, Cardinal, Va.
Dear Santa, Please bring me a two wheel bicycle, an air rifle and my sister Barbara, wants a doU baby, doU carriage and a Uttle cook stove. DONALD and BARBARA KEMP, Soles, Va. Wicomico, Coke And Achilles Fred Helsabeck will leave Friday to spend the hoUdays at his home in King and Queen County. Mrs. Jennie Rowe and children.
Emma and Jimmie Rowe, Mrs. L. B. Williams, Misses LuclUe Hogge, Tyler Hogge and Mildred Miller were Tuesday visitors In Newport Misses Rosalyn Topping, of Poquo son, Emily Ailsworth. of Middlesex, and Martha Bean, of King and Queen County, will spend the Christmas holidays with their respective families here.
Mrs. Wallace Williams has had as recent guests her sister, Miss Hester Fleming and friend, Miss Helen Poarch, of Norfolk. Mrs. Henry Ambrose, who has been quite sick. Is Improving at her home near Wicomico.
Elwood! MarshaU, of Newport News, made a short visit to the county this week. LETTERS TO SANTA CLACS Dear Santa Claus: I saw you fa Newport News Tuesday, but did not tell you what I wanted for Christ mas, so I am writing to ask you to please bring me an air gun and anything else you can spare. Merry Christmas to you. JIMMIE ROWE. Dear Santa: I am a Uttle boy twt years old.
I would like for you to bring me a Uttle automobile and a velocipede with my stocking full of goodies. FLOYD ROWE. Clay Pampa and New Upton Miss Martha Howard Is spending several days In Newport News. Mrs. W.
F. Springfield spent Friday at New Upton, with friends. Mrs. Annie Harwood is spending some time near Gum Fork with Mrs. Henry Howard.
OUve Branch Sunday School wiS present a special Christmas prograst at the church the first of next week. M. A. Robins was recently a busi ness visitor la this community. Mrs.
John Walker, of Oum Fork, 1 spending some time with her daugh ter. Mrs. John Lemons, who to qijise Mrs. W. H.
Norfolk continues 1 4 her bom scar Claj Sank. Jeff Haynes, has returned to his home near Glass from a business trip In Washington. Miss Maxlne Thomas, of Ordinary, scent several days recently with her cousin, Miss Audrey King, at Achilles. LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Can ta: I am a little girl nine years old. I try to be good.
Please bring me a wagon, a doll, a pair of shoes, some stockings and goodies. Don't forget grandpapa and grandmother. ETTA MAE THOMAS, Ordinary, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a little boy seven years old. I go to school every day.
Please bring mo a football, a leather coat, a pencil and tablet and some goodies. Don't forget mother and daddy. DWIGHTEu THOMAS, Ordinary, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a little girl 10 years old. I try to be good.
I want you to bring me a manicuring set, stockings, doll, pencil and tablet, and some goodies. Don't forget my Uttle sisters and brothers. MAXINE THOMAS, Ordinary, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a little girl four years old. I try to be real good.
So please bring me a doll, stockings, a dress, and some goodies. Don't forget the other little children. JOSEPHINE THOMAS, Ordinary, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a little boy two years old. Please bring me a little wagon, a pair of boots, ana a swck-ing full of goodies.
RODGER REID THOMAS, Ordinary, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a little girl six years old. This is my first year at school. Please bring me a pencil box, picture book, pair of shoes, a ball and some goodies. ALLENE CARR, Glass, Virginia.
Dear Santa: I am a little boy seven years old. Please bring me a suit of clothes, pencil box, air rifle, and don forget the goodies. BERTRAM CARR, Glass, Virginia. Perrin, Bena and Severn Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Rowe and children, of Hampton, visited rela tives Tuesday at Achilles. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown, Mrs. T.
E. Hall, Mrs. Douglas Shackelford, Mrs. Herbert Robins, Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Hall, and smaU daughter, and Mrs. James Templeman and small son, all of Perrin, were Tuesday visitors In Newport News. Raymond Hogge and George Rogers, of Newport News, recently visited the former's mother, Mrs.
W. F. Hogge, at Severn. Captain M. L.
Smith, of Perrin, and William Rowe, of Bena, spent Monday and Tuesday in Norfolk on a business trip. SANTA CLAUS LETTERS Dear Santa: I am a Uttle girl six years old. Please bring me a tea set, a doll, a set of knives and forks, and don't forget the goodies and my Uttle playmate, LucUle Hogge. MILDRED ROBINS, Achilles, Va. Dear Santa: I am a little boy six years old.
I am not asking for much. Please bring me some fireworks, pistol and caps, a pair of stockings, Don't forget the goodies and don't forget the poor children. WILLIAM JAMES ROBINS, Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle boy seven years old. Please bring me an air rifle, a football and a wrist watch, also some goodies. Don't forget the Uttle orphan children.
WALLACE CLAYTON ROWE, Lady, Virginia. Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle girl 11 years old. Please bring me an Uncle Wiggley game, a doll, a pair of bedroom slippers, and a mouth harp; also some goodies. Don't for get the Uttle orphans. MARTHA ANNE ROWE, Lady, Virginia.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle boy three years old. Please bring me a horse and wagon and lots of goodies. Don't forget the other poor Uttle children. ALBERT CHRISTIAN ROWE, JR. Lady, Virginia.
Dear Santa Claus: I am a girl in the seventh grade. Please bring me a dress, a pair of brown shoes, a brown pair of gloves, some hose and goodies. Don forget the poor girls and boys. THELMA ROWE, Achilles, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a Uttle boy five years old.
Please bring me a necktie, a pair of gloves, a Uttle truck, and lots of candy, fruit and nuts. CHARLES KING, Achilles, Virginia. near Santa Claus: I am little girl 11 years old. Please bring me a pair of galoshes, manicuring set, a game, and lots of candy and otner goodies. Don't forget the other poor children.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. AUDREY KING, Achilles, Va. Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle girl 12 years old and am In the sixth grade. I want you to bring me a dress, coat, ring, pair of hose, a pair of gloves and a pair of galoshes. Please bring some candy, fruit and nuts.
Don't forget my teacher, Miss Rowe, and other Uttle boys and girls. ETHEL THOMAS, Achilles, Virginia, Dear Santa Claus: I want you to bring me a set of bob-jacks, a pair of gloves and anything else you think I need. Don't forget the goodies and orphans. FRANCIS SPARRER. Dear Santa: I am a little girl nearly five years old.
I try to be good, but you know there Is a little bit of bad in every good little girl. I would like for you to bring me a tricycle, a doll baby, pair of gloves, pair of bedroom slippers. I hope I'm not asking for too much and I hope you won't get stuck In the snow. You will find my stocking by the fireplace as- usual. Don't forget my mother and daddy, and all the poor little children.
BETTY GREY MILLS TRAINING SCHOOL WILL GIVE CANTATA TONIGHT (Williamsburg Bureau) The student body of the James City Training School will give a very impressive Christmas cantata tonight In the school at 8 o'clock. Officials of the school have invited the general public to hear the cantata. Gwynris Island Mrs. Fred Adams returned Tuesday from a several days' visit with Mr. Adams In Richmond.
Mrs. Matilda Respess Is quite ill at her home here. Mrs. Charlie Ward and son, Charles Russell, have returned from a visit with her sisters, Mrs. Stillman Hud-gins and Miss Alice Godsey, in Norfolk.
Mr. and Mrs. Blanton Ogden announce the birth of a son, Blanton, Jr. Mrs. Ogden was before her marriage, Miss Margie Bradshaw.
Oscar Mlnter, of Philadelphia, is spending some time here with Mrs. Harriett Mlnter. Miss Marie James will leave tomorrow to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
B. James at South Mills, N. C. Miss James is a member of the Gwynn's Island school faculty. Mrs.
Sunie Powell spent Tuesday here with Mrs. B. G. PowelL Paul Titlow was a Tuesday business visitor on the Island. John Morgan, of the Maryland Point Lighthouse, Is spending this week on the Island with Mrs.
Morgan. LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Santa: I am a Uttle girl four years old. I want you to bring me a doll, a rocker, and cart, dress, tern and some goodies. Don't forget mother and dad and the poor children. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
JEAN GARNETT SPARROW. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl five years old. I've tried hard to be good. Please bring me a doll with a trunk of clothes, an embroidery set and Mickey Mouse. Don't forget to leave a few goodies and something for mother and dad.
BETTY JEAN LOFTLAND. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy five yeaq old. Please bring me a pair of boots, galoshes, doU with a trunk of clothes, a small runabout car, caterpillar and some goodies, Don't forget my older brother, mother and dad. EDWARD MITCHEM. Dear Santa: Your Uttle girl, five years old, wants you to bring her a doll, bed, bracelet, and a pair of galoshes.
Don't forget the goodies Remember my brother, mother and dad. ANN BLAKE MITCHEM. Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle boy seven years old. I want you to bring me a sheeplined coat, some pop-crackers, candy and nuts. Don't forget my playmate, Frederick, and the poor boys and girls.
EDWARD PIERSON. 7 years old and In the first grade, was on the honor roll for November. I want you to bring me a mouth harp, a pop pistol, a pair of gloves and some goodies. Don't forget the poor Uttle children who haven't any mother and father. KENDALL OLIVER, Coke, Va.
Dear Santa Claus. I am a Uttle boy 11 years old. I want you to bring me a pop pistol and some caps, pair or gloves, a cap and some candy, oranges, nuts and apples. Don't forget the poor Uttle children who haven't any mother and father. RANDOLPH OLIVER, Coke, Va.
Dear Santa Claus: I am only three years old, but am anxiously waiting lor you to come on Christmas Eve. Please bring me a pretty doU and a basketball for Uttle girls my age. With best wishes for a Merry Christmas. MARY SCLATER ROWE. 4 Gloucester, Va.
Dear Santa Claus: I am going to; Writo VOll A fpw linn, fn fall want for Xmas. I want an air rifle and some candy and oranges and ap pies and nuts. PARKER ROWE. Dear Santa Claus: I am a Uttle girl eight years old. WUl you please bring me a dress, a pair of galoshes, a mama doU that wUl open and shut her eyes, table tea set, cap and scarf, apples, oranges, nuts, candy, bananas ana grapes.
I am a good little girl. Please bring me what I write for If you can. EVELYN DEAL, Christmas Hornsbyvllle, Va. Dear Santa: I am a little boy who has been very good the whole year So please bring me a choo-choo train, some blocks, a watch, pop-gun and also some goodies. Please don't forget my little friend, Edna.
MAURICE EURE. Dear Santa: I am a little boy in the third grade and have tried to be good all year, but sometimes I am bad. If you don't think I was too bad, please bring me a train on a track, a picture book, some puzzles, a cowboy suit, a few firecrackers, If you have any left, and don't forget the candy, oranges and nuts. ROY EURE. P.
S. Don't forget about my little friend, Curtis Mills, and bring him lota of toys and goodies. Seaford, Va. Dear Santa: I am a little boy in the third grade and have been good since last Christmas. So please bring me an express wagon, a tricycle, some toys and lots of goodies.
ARCHIBALD TAYLOR. P. s. Don't forget my little friend, Ethel Eure. Seaford, Va.
Dear Santa: I am a Uttle girl whb goes to school every day. Will 70U bring me a doll and go-carriage, some books, pair beads, and a comb set. If you have any nice books, bring me a few to read. ANNA VIRGINIA MILLS P. S.
Don't forget my little friend, Pig" Wilson. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a cap pistol, a pair of riding pants, a pair of Hl-cuts, caps for pistol ana lots of goodies. I am a little boy just eight. I go to Botetourt and am In the third grade. CARL MARNIX, JR.
Capahoslc, Va. P. 8. Please bring my Hi-cuts 12 Inches. My Dear Santa: I am a little boy Just four years old.
I try to be real good all the time. Will you please bring me a pretty tree, a gun, garden set, Kiddy Cyclist. Please bring me some socks and don't forget the goodies and don't forget my little cousins, Carolyn and Katherine, and my sick sister, Marian. Remember mother and daddy, bring them all something nice and all the nice little boys and girls too. ROBERT REVEDRE PETERS, Hallleford, Virginia.
Dear Santa: I am a little girl two years old. I have tried to be good all this year. I would like for you to bring me a tree, big doll, doll baby trunk, ironing board, paper doll. goodies and anything you think would be nive for a little girl like me. Don't forget my little cousin, Robert and mother in Baltimore and all the other nice boys and girls.
CAROLYN O'NEIL LEWIS. Hallleford, Virginia. Dear Santa: I am a little girl three years old, am very anxious to sew, Will you please bring me a sewing basket with outfit that goes with it, a cook stove and a table with two chairs. Your little girl, JUNITA BUNTING. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy ten years old and all I want you to bring me Christmas is a pair of roller skates and a stocking full of goodies.
Please bring my little brother a doll and a wagon. SAMUEL DUNSTON. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old. Mother told me that I had been very good, so please bring me a bicycle, pair of shoes for dolly, Please don't forget the oranges, nuts. apples and candy.
Don't forget my little cousins, Billy and Norman. Your little friend, LAURETTA CROCKETT. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl 10 1-2 years old. I am in the sixth grade. I want you to bring me a doll with rubber body, dress for her, a pair of galoshes and some books and goodies.
Please don't forget my cousin. Jean Atkinson, she is a very good little girl nearly three years old. I hope that you and Mrs. Santa spend a very happy Christmas. Your little girl, MARY STUART HORNSBY.
Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl, 20 months old. Will you please bring me a horn, a ball, a sweater, pair of socks, candy, nuts and apples. Don't forget other little children. Shirley Ann Dudley, Coke, Va. Dear Santa Claus I am a little girl 10 years old.
I want you to bring me a wrist watch, ball and some handkerchiefs some candy, nuts and apples. Please don't forget mother and daddy. Virginia Mae Dudley, Coke, Va. Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a pair of shoes, a sweater, a cap, pair of socks, a ring, a ducky doll. Don't forget mother, dad, brother and sisters.
Frances Rilee, Ark, Va. Dear Santa Claus I would like for you to bring me a wagon, a knift, a truck, a ball and some goodies. Don't forget the other Uttle children. Edmund Hogge, Coke, Va. Dear Santa Claus, I am a Uttle boy 12 years old.
I want you to bring me a pair of gloves, a pair of rubbers, a cap and necktie and lots of goodies. Don't forget the poor Uttle children. KENNETH JENKINS, Coke, Va. Dear Santa Claus Please bring me a ball, a knife, a wagon and all sorts of goodies. Don't forget other Uttle children.
Carolin Brown, Coke, Va. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little boy (Williamsburg Bureau) Firemen were called out yesterday evening about 5:30 to a small trash fire near Bassett Hall. According to the fire report, workmen had left a pile of trash burning and it had to a tarpaulin covering some brick. No damage resulted. Genuine ESTATE HEATROLAS Sold by PENINSULA HARDWARE Williamsburg, Va.
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