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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Letters to Santa Monterey, Ind. Dec. 17, 1957 Dear Santa: • I'm 11 years old. most of the time. I've been good 1 would like a doll, musical horse, and a ranch set and other things. And don't forget my pony (Boots). He has been good also. So has my dog (Echo). Love, Barbara Ann Brucker s 2 years old a tricycle, tractor, *un and hosier and a little truck, too. Also would you please bring us a wagon big enough for us. We rave been pretty good boys. Love, Eddie and Ricky Read Route 1, Idaville Monterey, Ind. Dec. 17, 1957 Dear Santa, I'm a little girl six years old and in the first grade. Please Santa will you bring me a dolly, electric toy mixer, and some surprises. Please don't forget my Mother and Daddy. I will have a lunch lor you on the table. Thanks a lot. Love, Charlotte Ruth Brucker Dear Santa, I am eight years old and in the iird grade, at Idaville school. Please bring me a sled, guns and holster, truck with crane, watch, socks and tractor. Also a wagon. I have been pretty good. Love, Bobby Read, Route 1, IdaviUe Monterey, Ind. Dec. 16, 1957 Dear Santa, We have tried to be good little children. Please bring all four of us girls a doll. Mark would like a truck. We also like surprises. Candy, nuts and fruit. Don't forget Mommy and Daddy. Be sure and go to Florida, because Grandma and Grandpa Reinhold live there. Love, Jane, Judy, Jenny, Mark and Ginger Peterson Dear Santa Clans, Since I'm not 5 years old yet I asked my Gramma to write this letter for me and my brother Mark who is three years old. I'd like a new cowboy outfit, guns, Girard Criticizes U. S. for Jap Trial; Greeted by Fa miry OTTAWA, 111. (UP) Citizen William S. Girard, discharged from the Army and home for Ihristmas, broke a discreet silence of more than lo months' duration Wednesday and criticized the United States for lelting him stand trial in Japan. "I'm an American citizen and I should have been tried by my own country," was the young ex- Dear Santa Ciaus I am 5 years old and live in Kewanna. I would like to have a set of dishes and a wedding doll. Your Friend Debra Ginn PS I have 2 little brothers. Gary wants a train and Kent wants some blocks. Dear Santa, I want a target game and other toys. I will try to be good and bring my sister and brother some toys too. I am six years old. Robert Clay Shively 50 Bates street Dear Santa, I'm just a tiny little doll Just born two months ago My mommy and daddy have said You love us so. I cannot play with toys or games I need no clothes to wear So please dear Santa just bring Me a little teddy bear. My brother Mike who's now just nurse kit, Betsy McCarl outfit, and some surprises. Please, dea- Santa, bring my little brother a truck, blocks, doll, wind-up toys, jack-in-the-box, play school toys and a doctor's kit. I am almost six years old ar.d I have been pretty good. Thank you for all the nice things you brought me last year. soldier's first comment after separation from the service at Ft. Sheridan. Girard, 22, who touched off -an international controversy last January when he killed a Japanese scrap picker on. a military rifle range on what a three-man Japanese court called a "childteh whim," was -returned to civilian life in short order. Military authorities rushed him through separation procedures within a few hours of his arrival in Chicago Wednesday with his Japanese bride, the former Hau (Candy) Sueyama, 30. CHRISTMAS FAST ANDERSON (UP)—About 1,000 Anderson College students and to raise several hundred dollars : a special Christmas fast. The proceeds .went to La Buena Tierra Training School in Mexico, sponsored by the Church oE God. holsters. Anything else you'd two have for us would be 0, K. To Thinks he would like a train make it easy on you bring Mark Tfiat'd go "toot toot" around the the same things. We try to be: world good boys and go to Sunday j And come back home again school. Don't forget my Mom M y brother Terry who is ten and Dad. We'll you. Thank you. be waiting for Mike and Mark Swisher 2718 Emmett Drive P. S. Bring my dog Cindy something. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little boy 3'/z years old. My name is Mike. For Christmas I would like a cowboy hat, guns, shirt and some soldiers and some surprises. I have a little sister five months old. Please bring her a dress and some toys. I have been a good boy and I will go to bed early Christmas Eve. Thank you very much. Mike Bowman New Waverly, Ind. Dear Santa, I am six years old and in the first grade at laaville school. Bring me a gun, holster, truck, tractor with some hooks, wagon, sled and socks and pants. I have been kinda good. Love. Stevie Read Route 1, Idaville Would like most anything So open your sock; your gifts Please unpack While the bells of Christmas ring. Linda, Mike and Terry Vore Dear Sata, Will you please bring me a toy typewriter, big Revlon doll, doll house, toy dishes, grocery cart, Dear Santa, I am four years old so Mother Is helping me. Bring me a bike, gun, hosier, tractor, truck and socks. Please bring little brother who! Open stock in the following patterns:— AMERICAN-COIONY-CHINTZ- CENTURY-CYNTHIA-HEATHER. HOUY-IIDO Ako the Beautiful 1MPERIAI CANDLEWiCK Available at FERNBAUGH'S Your Diamond Store Men's Toiletries Gift Sets By OLD SPICE MNTHRIC KING'S MEN SI.10 up TEMEX WATCHES for the whole family—all the wanted styles. All Prices! Eastman Cameras Brownie Hawkeye Gift Set $15.25 Holiday Flash Gift Set .95 CENTRAL DRUG CO. 4th at Broadway Phone 3131 Over Exposure Making George Gobel Unfunny? By WILLIAM EWALD United Press StafI Correspondent NEW YORK (UP)—George Gobel is a pretty-puzzling customer. It was only a few semesters Dack that the critics were tagging the funny little man with the fringe on top the comedy find of the year. Something has happened since then and this season, running in clumsy tandem with Eddie Fisher on an NBC-TV one-hour what-is-il, he no longer talks funny or even looks funny. The general consensus seems to boil down to too much exposure. Gobel, say the chair jockeys, is suffering from the same malaise of so many olher TV funnymen- he's been seen too often and we've become too familiar with his bag of tricks. Maybe so. But I think Gobel's troubles stem from a different cause. I think there has been a change in the TV personality of George Gobel. Gobel, the old Gobel, was an elfin spirit to whom things were done. He was a member of the great unwashed, one of us slobs, and we could sympathize anc Thursday Evening, December 19, 1937. laugh with him. Too often on his . with Jonathan Winters sitting in. current TV -venture we are asked . Dave Garroway hasn't been leel- mg too well the past couple of days. NBC says nothing serious. Jan Murray will throw open his to laugh at him and his guests. The channel swim., Christmas Day "Treasure Hunt" . ..iV-iiiiovjijuo uu-3 J. ( ^IJDUI v I1U11L Sid Caesars k.ds threw out all sh(W on NBC . TV , 0 the kids ot his old slippers-guess wha. he s!, ljs c[ew members - he'!! give getting for Christmas. Ralph , em a shol al ai , lhe looL jn ( hose Story, emcee of "The $r>4,000 Chal- jj 0 _ Nes lessons. A ' nd '' June Havoc reports that on CBS-1 s j )e ' s come up with a brand new lenge," is taking He'll unveil his smginj tonsils TV's Jimmy Dean show Dec. 28. f 01 . a June Taylor and her dancers for children. are set for seven more Patti Page outings on CBS-TV — James Slar- a Western buck will return as choreographer of the show afler Miss Taylor completes her hitch. 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