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LETTERS
TO
SANTA
Dear Santa Claus,
I am a little girl seven years
old. I am in the second grade. I
have been working very nurd, so
please bring me a piano, tele
phone, pair galoshes and an iron
ing board. I would like to have
same candy, nuts and fruit. i
will leave you a piece of cake
near the Christmas tree.
Your little friends always,
Patsy Smith,
1022 Jackson St.
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Dear Santy,
Please bring me a large wagon
and lots of marbles and other
toys, and also bring me some fire
works.
I have a small brother 2 years
old named Bud. Please bring him
lets of toys so he won’t tear
mine up.
Yours truly,
McCoy Hopkins,
224 Washington St.
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Dear Santy,
I am writing a list of toys I
want you to bring me.
One Shirley Temple doll and a
blackboard and lots of other toys.
I have a small brother 4 years
old, and two twin sisters. Please
don’t forget them. Thank you
for the box of toys and candy you
sent to me at Gastonia Hospital
last Christmas.
Yours truly,
Juanita Cooper,
97 Jackson St.
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217 Henry Street
Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Dec. 9, 1935
Dear Santa Claus,
I am a little girl four years old.
I want you to bring me a table,
two chairs, a cook stove, a Shir
ley Temple doll. I want you to
bring me a table, two chairs, a
cook stove, a Shirley Temple doll,
i want a little glass tea set, and
a box of handkerchiefs and a
blackboard.
With love,
May Dell Johnson
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Dear Santa Claus,
I am a little girl six years old.
I want you to bring me a table,
two chairs, a cookstove, a Shirley
Temple doll, a glass tea sot, a
box of handkerchiefs and a black
board.
With love,
Grace Johnson.
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217 Henry St.
Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
Dec. 9, 1935
Dear Santa Claus,
I am a little girl eight years
old. I want you to bring me a
table, two chairs, a cook stove,
a Shirley Temple doll, a glass tea
and a box of handkerchiefs, a
blackboard, and a pair of skates.
With love,
Helen Johnson.
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Dear Santa Claus,
I’m a little boy nine years old.
Will you please bring me a
watch, sweater, rain coat and cap.
Don’t forget my two little broth
ers and sister. They don’t care
what you bring them.
A little pal,
Rudolph Clary.
I’M
Dear Old Santa,
I’m a little girl just four years
old. My mother says I’m a good
little girl, and I must admit I
am for my age. She said that l
might ask you to bring me a pair
of skate and anything else will
be appreciated. Please don't for
get my little sister, “Pat.” She
[ Rose Bowl for Matty I
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DALLAS . . . Matty Bell
(above), is smiling because onlyi
a year ago he was just another
assistant football coach at a!
Southern university, and now he is
getting set to lead his undefeated
Southern Methodist team into the;
Bose Bowl classic against Stanford!
on New Year's day. j
wants you to bring her a wagon
and a blackboard.
Two little sisters,
Shirley & “Pat” Had,
101 Jackson St.
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Dearest Santa Claus,
I’m a little girl that lives on
Madison Street. I wish you would
bring me a doll baby, and a let
ter from Charlie. I’ve been a good
little girl, and try to mind my
mother. I’m not asking for very
much, so please don't forget my
letter, for it will mean a big
Christmas to me. Also bring me
a carriage to carry my dolls to I
ride.
Love,
Lillie Carlisle.
Dear Santa Claus,
I am a little girl six years old.
Will you please bring me a rain
coat and cap, galoshes and a book
sack, and some more things you
tnink I would enjoy.
With love,
Louise King.
I'M
Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Virginia Taylor.
Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Earl Lynch.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Eugene Lehman.
I'M
Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Roy Humphlette.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Betty Hayes.
I'M
Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Mildred Brantley.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Syretha Inscoe.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Florence Scott.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Virginia Dare B.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me seme pre. j toys.
Love,
A1 George.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Steve Early.
Dear Santa Claus,
1 iease bring rne some pretty toys.
Love,
Dwight Dobbins.
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Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Ella Mohorn.
Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Geraldine Reville.
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Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 9 years old.
Please bring me suit of clothes
and a pair of gloves, I also wants
a cap pistol and 2 rolls of caps
and some good things to eat.
From a good litle boy.
Wm. Elton Clary.
Roanoke Rapids, N. C.
December 9th, 1935
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little girl 6 years old
and is in the first grade. I
want you to please bring me a tri
cycle, a piano, and a pair of
gloves, and lots of good things to
eat. I also have a sister 11 years
>dd, she wants *> booksack and •’
something good to eat too. Lots
of love from a good little girl.
Marian Clary.
f THREE FAMOUS SMITHS
Year’s Highest Football Honors Go to Them.
IT’S never happened before in the
i -1 entire fifty years since Walter
Camp, father of modern football,
originated the idea of picking an
all - America football team every
year. Three men of the same name
on the all-Am erica! But that’s the
way it has come out this year—and
the selection is the final and great
est of all the all-Americas—the Col
lier’s team which is a perpetuation
of Walter Camp’s original and offi
cial one. The three Smiths are from
Minnesota, Ohio State and Alabama,
and they are placed at tackle, guard
and quarterback positions. Left to
right, Richard Smith, Minnesota;
Inwood Smith, Ohio State, and
Riley Smith, Alabama.
Dear Santa Claus,
Please bring me some pretty toys.
Love,
Eugene.
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