OCR Interpretation


The Nashville globe. (Nashville, Tenn.) 1906-193?, December 20, 1918, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of Tennessee

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86064259/1918-12-20/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 7

7
NASHVILL1 LOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 20, 1918.
(
V
H'
?
A1
J
n
1
f
5
If
Doc. 16, ltl8.
Dear Santa Claus:
Shelbyvllle, Tenn,
I am a little girl .twelve years old
and I go to school every day. I have
good lessons and mind my teacher.
Please dear Santa, remember me and
bring me some apples, oranges raisins,
candy and all kinds ot nuts and a story
book, a big doll a trunk for her and
lots ot things that you think would
be nice enough for me. Please re-
member my brother, the one in Ohio
and the other one In France. Don't
forget my dear teacher, Mrs. Dowell.
Your little girl,
GLADYS DEAN.
Shelbyville, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1913.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl ten years old. 1
have been go'ing to school ail the year,
my dear teacher, Mrs. Dowell thinks
I am smart. 1 have good lessons, and
I mind my teacher. I want you to
please bring me some candy, apples,
oranges, raisins, English walnuts, pea
nuts and other good things to eat,
Bring me a story book, doll set of
dishes a doll bed a machine, a stove
and everything thatyou think that
would suit a little girl like me. Don't
forget my brothers, the one in France
and fce one in Ohio, remember my
other sister and brother.
Your little girl,
BESSIE DEAN.
I ' AS 1
' ( ,.
- ' A
3fISS J ETTA RHENEE HASWELL,
Fonnerly ot Waco, Texas, a recent
acquisition to Nashville's younger so
cial set.
Comersville, Tenn.,
Dec. 12, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am writing a Christmas letter.
want you to bring my dear teacher, Mr.
J. B. Jones a Christmas present and
bring him a dear little sweetheart for
die has not a girl here. I want you
to bring him some candy, apples and
oranges, some shoes, some brown shoes
We school girls sure do love Mr. Jones
and we all so love Miss Robinson, our
sister teacher.
Your little girl.
E. M. CLARK.
J Springhill, Tenn.,
Dec. 13, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 6 years old, I go to
school every day, I can. Please bring
me a harp, awagon and a bicycle that
I can ride, and don't forget to bring
me something to eat. I will go to bed
early Christmas eve night.
I am your little boy,
WILL E. JORDAN.
Springhill, Tenn.,
Dec. 13, 1913.
Dear Snnta Claus:
I have tried to bo a good hoy this
year, and I hope you won't forgot
me. Please bring me a harp, a wagon,
some candy and some oranges. I want
you to bring my mother some dishes
and don't forget to bring us a heap
of things to eat.
I am your little boy,
RICHARD M. BOND.
R -
4f
Laj stAi. .ju.t: JaAfc afibt jam;
J M -
If MRS. BEULAH HARRIS WILLS,
Of Cleveland, Ohio, who Is visiting
(j her relatives and friends In Nashville.
1502 14th Ave., N.
" Nashville, Tenn.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a nice doll buggy,
a doll, some dishes, a stove end a lit
tle kitchen cabinet. 'I am now going
to school and can Ube nice stockings,
white or black, ribbons or anything you
bring me in wearing appa-ral suitable
.-V: - ;' v '
MISS ALBERTA K. DAVIS,
One of Nashville's sweet singers.
for a little girl 7 years old. Please
don't forget my grandpa, and my little
Bister, "Sweetmeat." Remember all the
children far and near. Please Santa
don't forget me for I have been a very
smart little girl.
Yours,
MARGURIETTE BOYD.
P. S. Don't forget mamma, bring her
a table cloth, dishes and cooking
vesels, house shoes, or anything she
needs.
Dear Santa Claus:
1 am a little boy 4 years old, but
go to school and can read and write,
so please bring me a big 3 wheel ve
locipede, train, rocking horse and any
thing to wear to school or Sunday
school, such as stockings for one pair
will only last me one day, I tare them
up so badly, so there is 365 days and
that is as many stockings as I need.
Don't forget the good things to eat,
nuts, candy, oranges and applet. Ue
member my dear old grandpa ami all
the family.
Your little boy,
H. A. BOYD 2nd,
1502 14th Ave., N.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am now 11 years old, and T wish
you would bring me a new wheel, sled,
gloves and anything you have to spare
for a boy 11 years old. Don't forget
grandma, grandpa and cousins, and
my dear mamma, please bring her
something.
Your boy,
R. II. Boyd 3rd,
1502, 14th Ave., N.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl three years old
and wish to be .remembered by you.
Please bring me a doll buggy, doll,
doll bed, dishes, doll iron and board,
doll tub and anything you think nice
for me to have. Tlease remember my
1 !'"
MRS. .TOSIE E. HENDERSON,
Who has just returned from a visit
to Erie Pa.
little brother, mother and father and
the family. Santa I would also like
some goodies.
Your little girl,
ROSE EVELYN BOYD,
1600 Heiman st.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 23 months old,
and have been very good, so Dad
thinks, and I' want you to bring me
a big wagon, large enough for sister
and me to ride in, a drum, Teddy Bear,
a bail and lots of good things to eat.
Pleaso Santa, remember mama and i
Daddy arid all the family, bring them
something nice.
Your little boy,
TIIEOPHTLUS B. BOYD, Jr.,
1600 Heiman, St.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 15, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Bring me a doll buggy and some
candy and apples and oranges and
nuts and a story book and some check
ers and a checker board and a piano,
set of doll dishes and a dress and a
pair of shoes and a set of doll chairs
and a cap and calf.
Good bye from
HENRIETTA AGNOS FITE.
Edenwold, Tenn.,
A Nov. 29, 1918,
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a doll buggy and
a doll head and some candy, apples
and oranges end some pears and a
piano, a doll trunk and some nuts and
a washboard und a tub, a set of dishes,
and a table anfl a stove and a doll chair
aud bring me a pair of shoos, a
dress and a dull house and a hat and
lamp.
Your little girl,
PAULINE ALLEN.
331 Mound St.,
Dayton, Ohio,
Dec. 9, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
My Dear Old Friend, I am a
year old boy, and I want you to
me a hobby horse, set of tools,
and a horn and drum so I can
band rehearsal with daddy, and
forget my two grandmothers at
ville, please and aunties.
Your little boy,
ALVIN W. SMITH, Jr.
big 4
bring
train
go to
don't
Nash-
Dear Santa Claus:
The war is just over and times have
been so hard I won't ask tor much,
and too I am a little girl 2 years old.
Mamma says I don't need much, but
bring me a rocking horse, a big one,
a doll buggy and doll material to make
me some aprons, white material for
I don't wear colors, bring mo some
goodies to eat and bring mamma and
Tar Tar something also.
Your little girl,
MlAYME BOYD,
1502 14th Ave., N.
P. S. Don't forget Rose and T. B. Jr.,
- Tnfiiiii 1
MRS. NELLIE SEAY,
One of Nashville's most respected
women, who has past her 87th mile
stone.
331 Mound St;
Dayton, Ohio.
Dec. 9, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl twenty-three
months old. I want you to bring me
a Negro doll, doll bod, buggy, a little
piano, shoo-tly pony and a little broom
so I can help mamma puep up, Santa
don't forget bath of my grandmothers.
Your little girl,
KATHERINE LEAR SMITH.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 10, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:-
I am a little boy 4 years old, my
mother is dead and every body Is kind
to mo, now I stay with my papa and
I also stay some with cousin Minnie
Starnes and I want you to come to
see me at her house and daddy's house
too. Bring me some good things to
eat and remember every body.
Your little boy,
JOHNNIE R. SMITHSON.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 10.
Dear Snnta Claus:
1 am a Hi tie girl 3 years old, I try
to be go, id and lie!) my mamma and I
want y u to bring mo .some candy,
oranges raisins, nuts and lots of good
th'ngs to cat and please don't forget
mamma and dad ly, please bring them
something. Don't forget Gurtrude
Gentry and Jessie Mai, and don't for
get Hattio P. Starnes, bring them
something nice and I will lie glad
when Christmas comes.
Yours little girl,
OLAII LOUSIE BEAL.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am still alive waiting for you to
come around with still more than you
did last year because I heard that
I'Yt - , , J
MRS. VIRGIL HBNLY Jr., "
Of this city, temporarily so-journing
in the Blue Grass State.
you were working at the Powder Plant
so come' around with your sled Just
full. Mother and father said I have
been so nice, so you can bring me a
manicure set, a locket, top bracelet,
lavalllere, self player piano, two pair
of silk hoes, brown and gray, party
dress, pink taffeta silk and a pair ot
one step slippers, whit fur set, wrist
watch, don't forget my uncle James
Starnes in camps No. 3 14 Reg. bring
him something, don't forget my chum,
Miss Mabl Reynolds, bring her a fur
set bring' me a ring with my birth
stone, you may bring my friend
Sophronla Gentry something. Mother
and father have been so nice to me
you can bring father a shaving set.
Thi3 is all, I will go to bed early, and
leave the door open so you can get in
Yours very turly,
ILVTTIE P. STARNES.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 12 years old. I
am in the 5-A grade, I want you to
bring me a Tamoshamer, stockings,
gingham dress, rubbers ,bow of ribbon,
candy oranges, raisins and nuts, a
pair ot gloves and necklace, don't for
get my school mate, Mittie Gentry and
father and mother. 1 will go to bed
early.
Your little girl,
WINNIE W. REYNOLDS.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 14 years old, I
want you to bring me some Are works,
wagon, horn, oranges, raisins, nuts,
candy and I would be glad if you bring
me a farmer's knife. I feed for
father and help him cultivate the
crops. Think of he and mother, don't
forget Miss Mattie Johnson. I will
be good.
Your little boy,
REUBEN B. REYNOLDS, Jr.,
Franklin, Tenn.,
Doc. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
1 am my mothers only child, I am
9 months old. I want you to bring me
a rattler, dresses, caps, coat and caudy
oranges, raisins and nuts. Think of
papa and mamma.
Your baby,
MAMIE LOUISE CROWDER.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 12 months old, I
want you to bring me a rubber doll,
shoes and stockings, cap, candy, raisins
oranges and nuts.
Your little girl,
FLORA-B. RATCL1FFE.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Doc. 5lS.
Dear Santa Claus:
I have been very sick since I wrote
you last with the "Flu" I am in the
10-B grade and got my lessons well,
and my teacher says I have excellent
conduct. I want mu to bring me an
angora sot, Lavalliere, birth stone ring,
MRS. ELEANOR P.ATTLE BOLTON,
One of the newly we;ls in Nashville's
society.
pair of kid gloves, manicure set and
candy, raisins, plenty of oranges, nuts
and everything nice for a girl like
me, and good things to cat. Pleaso
don't forget to bring my chum, Hat
tie P .Starnes plenty of good things.
I won't ask you for much this time.
Dun't forget mother and father and
my dear uncle, Prof. W. F. Reynolds
of 724 7th Ave., S., Nashville and Mr.
V. E. Andrews of 31 Robertson St., I
will look for you at an early date.
Yours as ever,
MABEL B. KATR1NA REYNOLDS.
P. S. I forgot to tell you, think of
Mr. E. H. Ewing.
Dear Santa Claus:
Dec. 17, 1918.
Nashville, Tenn.,
410 Moore Ave., S.
I am a little girl eleven years old,
I am a very good little girl too. Please
sendme a doll and a doll machineand
a doll stove and a pair of overshoes
and some candies and nuts. Don't
forget my mother and my grandfather
and my auntie. Please bring me a
rocking chair and a story book. Do
not forget my uncle in Ohio. I will
close.
Your little friend,
MARTHA C. PRIMM.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl just 7 months
old, and as this is my first Christmas,
I will only ask for a few things. I
want you to bring ime a rubber doll,
rattler, cap .shoes, gloves and plenty
of goodies to eat. Please don't forget
the rest of the family, bring them all
something nice. Thanking you In ad
vance. I am your little girl,
VIVIAN EVON BROOKS.
1501 Pearl St.
"Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1913.
Dear Santa Claus:
Although I am a little girl 3 years
old. Daddy says I am very smart. I
want you to bring me a great big doll,
a doll buggy, cradle, stove with uten
sils, table story books some little dishes
and a rolling pin and biscuit board,
so I can make biscuits like mamma
does. Bring a big "Racer" for me to
ride on and plenty of candy, oranges
and nuts. Please dear Santa don't
forget my little baby sister, Daddy,
mother dear, pappa, mamma, grand
ma and my dear little cousins, and
above all don't forget the poor little
orphan children, make this a Merry
Christmas with them.
I am your little girl.
LORRAINE BROOKS,
1501 Pearl Street.
59 Roberson Street,
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 6 years old and
I want you to be sure and bring me lots
of good things like you did last year.
Bring me a new doll, a buggy and a lit
tle stove to cook on. Santa please
bring me some nice chocolate candy,
some oranges, nuts, raisins and apples,
and don't forget to go to see my little
playmate, Dean Bates, bring her a
doll bed like mine, and a picture book
as she can read, and Dear Old Kriss,
please remember "Bob" the little boy
who comes over to Wean's house to
MISS KATIE ALBEUTINB BOYD,
Daughter of liev. II. A. Boyd, now
studying at Oberlin, Ohio.
play, bring him a little U. S. uniform
anil bring Mrs. Hell's little baby boy
Haley a bib and a rattler. Weil I will
close as 1 haven't many favors to ask
this time.
From your little friend,
MARY L. PEAKS.
34 Maury St.,
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. Hi, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
Pleaso bring me a doll bed an a pair
of tan boots and rocking chair and a
dross and a pair of stockings, a doll
till), a wash tub and board, a register
and cap and scarf and some fruits and
nuts and candies.
Yiiur little girl.
CHUISTIXK RAY.
Sluing Hill, Tenn.,
Dec. 13, BUS.
Dear Santa f'laus : -
it Is nearly C'ari. tmas time and I
thought I would tell you what I would
like to liM.e. I v, am a pair of stock
ings, some candy. nu;s, uramies and
Apples.. 1 'lease i n icnibor papa and
mamma and li;:ie sister, l'leaso bring
my teacher soi.ieiliing nice too. 1 go
to school every day. I am in tho 5th
grade.
From your little girl,
SARAH LEE.
Spring Hill, Tenn.,
Dec. 14, 191S.
Dear Santa Claus:
1 am a little girl, I like to go to
school, and am in the 7th grade. Please
bring me a Bible, or any nice book
to read. Sister Emma would like to
have a pair of shoos No. four, small
- ..", :
r
H1
MISS N. E. KING,
Active Sunday School worker, Sec
retary Galeda Class, Mt. Olive Sunday
school.
size, and a doll to play with. Please
don't forget papa and mamma, and be
sure to bring my teacher something
real nice. This 1b about all I want
MME. C. J. WALKER,
President of Walker College of In
dianapolis, Ind., now residing in New
York City.
this time. A merry Christmas to you
Dear Santa.
From your loving girl,
ELIZABETH LEE. '
Springhill, Tenn.,
Dec. 14, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me somendy, ap
ples.oranges and a tablet, a pencil and
a story book. Bring papa and mamma
something nice. Bring my teacher
something nice too, she Is so nice to
me. I live in the country, I am 10
years old and in the third grade.
Your little boy,
MONROE LEE, Jr.
Spring Hill, Tenn.,
Dec. 13, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me some candy,
oranges, apples and raisins. Santa,
bring mamma and papa and little sis
ter something, bring sister some ap
ples. Bring my teacher something
nice too. Her name is Mrs. C. M.
Waddy. I go to school every day, I
am in the third grade. I am 8 years
old.
Yours truly,
HENRIETTA LEE.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am writing you to let you know
what I want. I want a wheel, a rain
coat, a B. B. Gun, a pair of rubbers
and a suit of clothes, some nuts and
candy.
Your little boy,
EDGAR RAY.
Nashville, Tenn.,
Dec. 1U, 191S.
Dear Santa Clans:
I am a little girl nine years old and
I am going to ask you to bring me a
few things. I want a doll trunk, a
wash stand, dresser and if you please,
bring me a pair of tan shoes and stock
ings and a pretty coat. Please do
not forget me please Dear Santa, I will
be a good girl if you dun't. Bring me
a doll coat 11 inches long. So that
is all.
Your little girl,
CONELLA RUBBIN.
4 4
6
4
."MRS. COItA JORDAN WHITE,
Active church worker, head of Bap
tist Women's Educational Campaign.
Chicago, 111.,
5221, Dearborn, St.,
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little biy IS months of age,
I lost my mother a month ago, and I
have been a good little boy. I mind
my grandmother and Daddy also. I
want you to bring mo two suits, cap,
pair of shoes a riding horse and
candies, fruits and nuts and don't for
get Daddy and grandmother.
Your littlo boy,
BEN HELM JANUARY, Jr.
Chicago, 111.,
5221, Dearborn, St.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy seven years old,
and go to school. I want you to bring
me a school satchel, shoc3 and rubbers,
candies, oranges and nuts, and don't
forget grandma January, bring her
some aprons and rubbers.
Your little boy,
EVERETT THOMPSON.
Cumberland Furnace, Tenn.,
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring us soma toys, candy,
oranges and apples. We will -wait for
you, please come to see us.
Yours truly,
MAGGIE PENDERGRASS.
JESSE PENDERGRASS.
R .V PENDERGRASS.
AUTHUR PENDERGRASS.
WILLIE B. PENDERGRASS.
MRS. LAURA BRIGHT STORY
lUn 5086
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
from
MIDNIGHT LUNCH ROOM
812 Gay Street
WHERE YOU GET HOME COOKING
Attention.
ATTENTION! CIO in r.-v.M
street, for watch, clock and jer i-T
repairing wsatchea and Jewelry rr
sale.
VlsttlnC cards and Inrttatfnna fnr.
nlshed br &.H mnrt nonrrmn null
and see our patriotic designs of vi
Ring cards.
FELIX W. CLAUD, JaweJeX.
1NNIS A. CLAUD, Penman.
( AdT)
Chicago, 111.,
Dec. 3rd, 1913.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am so happy now that it is almost
time for you to come to see me again.
I always enjoy your visits. I am 4
years old and can read all of my A.
B. C.'s and recite them from memory.
I can also sing and play on the piano.
I am taking piano lessons. Santa,
please bring me a Negro doll, 2 dress
es, a pair of black lace shoes, stockings
gloves, underwear, Candies, nuts,
oranges and everything that is good.
Please don't forget mother and Daddy
Oral, my mother Johnnie and please
don't forget my grandmother, Wendell
who is now in New Castle, Ind., and
my Aunt Lena and uncle Wilmer in
Richmond ky., bring them all some
thingnlce and Santa .don't forget to
bring my Aunt Hattie and cousin
.iifi,t.
'"'-"J,n1-iwrtmi,iitrtif
DR. JOS IE E. WELLS,
Supt. of Hubbard Hospital.
Dorathy Hightower something, they
live at 41 Lewis St., Nashville. Well
Santa, I hopo I have not asked too
much, hoping to see you soon.
Your little girl,
JENVIVE HOWELL.
S70 N. Franklin, St.,
Chicago, 111.
P. S. Please don't forget mother,
Johnnio's friend, Beulah, Sharber at
809 Seventh Ave., S.. Don't forget any
one Santa.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Doc. 16, 1918.
Dear Santa Claus:
While being a boy of 12, I wil only
ask you to please bring me something
nice to eat, cap, shoes, stockings.
Ploaso don't forget my friends and my
father and mother, also grandma at
Mt. Zlon, also my sweet-heart, Reuben
Reynolds and my brother, also my
friend Mitlie Gentry. I wil go to bed
early. , o
Your little boy, ' ""'
MERRITT GREEN.
Franklin, Tenn.,
Dear Santa Claus:
I ant a little girl six ears old. I
am in the 1-B grade. 1 have tried
to mo as good as I could. I help
mother do anything I can and I want
you to bring nio a doll and bed
a
cloak, stove, dinner set and candy,
oranges and plenty of raisins and any
thing olso you think nice. Don't for
get my dear mother and fathor. I will
go to bed early, looking for you soon.
Your littlo girl,
CLARA REYNOLDS.
Among the many things that we
gave thanks for on Thanksgiving
Day was the elimination of those
never ending "LESS DAYS."
casiihg, mm
SCIATIC PASS
Give way before , the pene
trating electa cf Sloan's ;
Liniment j
So do those rheumatic twine and
the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve
Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck, .
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain,
the muscle strain, and the throbbing
bruise.
The ease of applying, the quicknest
of relief, the positive results, the clean j
lincss, and the economy of Sloan's
Liniment make it universally preferred.
li
:0c, SO,
A
V

xml | txt