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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1930
Christmas Letters
(Continued Prom Page 20)
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Dear Santa Claus: I wish you
would come again. 1 wish you would
bring me a bicycle. I wish you would
bring me a tool chest. 1 like your
candy but it gave me a toothache. I
like your -reindeer and Fskimos. 1
hope you will come Christmas. \our
friend, Wayne Burdick.
Grade 3 B and C—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: How are you?
I liked your reindeer very good. I
hope i you can come again next year.
I liked your kisses. VV ill you bring
me a bicycle, a tool chest, an over
coat, a train. I wish you a -Meiry
Christfas. Your friend, Robert Mont
gomery.
Graue 3 B and C—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: I would like to
have you bring an electric train and
a car. How are you ? I like the Deer
and the Eskimos and the candy you
brought me. I should like some
candy, and a sled and a boat, and a
wagon, a book. I am thankful that
you came to school, and boots and
rubbers. Merry Christmas, our
friend, Jack Mahoney.
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Grade 3 B and C—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I want a boy
doll for Christmas. Do not forget
the poor people. I thank you for the
candy. I want a pair of boots, a doll
dress, a doll buggy, sled, blackboard,
ten pencils, a set of tan dishes, a lit
tle table, and chairs, a big coat and
hat. Merry Christmas. Your friend,
Mary Whittet.
Grade 3 B and C—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I thank you for
the Candy kiss. I would like a dump
truck. And a flexeble flyer for
Christmas. Rist watch for Christ
mas and a overcoat, a tool chest, a
lunch basket. And skeeze and riefule
and pair of skates. And bow and ar
rows. A pair of warm mitts and
some for brother and sister. And a
Merry Christmas. Your friend Wi,l
bur Larsen.
Grade 3 B and C—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I want a wag
on and a monkey and a pair of skees,
and a automobile and a horn and a
tool chest and a pair of boots. \ our
reindeer were nice. And my sister
wants a doll and a doll buggy. Mer
ry Christmas. Vernon Butler, sune
Merry.
Grade 3 B and C—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I wish you
would bring me a pair of skates. I
wish you would bring me a watch, a
toboggan and a pair of skees. And
a sled and a Christmas tree. And
that is all this time. A Merry Chrsit
mas to all your friends. And all my
friends and my flamle and your
flamle. Your friend, Kenneth Kleav-
Grade 3 B and C — Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa, Claus: I hope that you
can give every boy and girl some
gifts. I hope you can give the sick
boys and girls some toys. I was
very glad to see the Eskimo family.
I hope you will like out decorations.
I should like to have you bring me
a complete railroad train and a dump
truck. I should like to have you visit
the sick girls and boys in the hospi
tals. Your loving friend, John Lair.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: lam glad that
you are coming to our town Monday.
I have learned so much about you in
school. Soon I shall have a chance
to Teally see you, your friends the
Eskimos, and your reindeer. Miss
Ellestad said that we were going to
have a surprise. I hope it is that
you are coming to school to see us.
I am anxious to talk to you. I would
like a little ironing board or a nice
cedar chest. I wish you a very Hap
py Christmas. Your loving friend,
Ruth Roswell.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: lam happy to
think that Christmas is coming. I
am so happy to think you are coming
to help the poor, and sick children.
This year I am going to tell you what
I want for Christmas, again. I want
a real piano or a real watch. My lit
tle sister, Leona, wants a box of
blocks. I was glad to see you, your
Eskimo friends, and your reindeer.
It doesn’t make any difference if I
don’t get these things. I asked for.
I hope you get to Redwood Falls to
help the orphans. Merry Christmas
to you, and your reindeer. Your
best loving friend, Delores Neale.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: I liked your
reindeer. They were pretty. I hope
you will come to our church Christ
mas eve. I have been thinking about
the poor people. Will you bring them
some presents for Christmas? Then,
they will be happy just like us. For
Christmas would you please bring me
a cupboard, a dresser and a story
book. Are you going to bring toys to
the country children? Christmas will
soon be here. Then, I will have lots
of fun. Merry Christmas, Santa
Claus. Your loving friend, Jeanette
de Graff.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Clans: I wish that
yon would give the poor children
some toys. If, we did not have a
Santa Claus we would not have so
many nice toys. Will you be here
for Christmas? What do you feed
your reindeer? We saw Blitzen,
Dasher, Cupid and Prancer on Mon
day. Will you please give my broth
er and I a tunnel for our electric
tran, also a transformer. There is a
pool table in Backers, I like very
much. I am a good boy. A Merry
Christmas, Santa Claus. Your loving
friend, Paul Duea.
Gratis 3A —Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I liked your
reindeer very much. I hope you will
come to our church on Christmas eve.
Last year, you were at our church.
You gave each boy and a girl a toy
out of your bag. My toy was home
hand lotion. One boy received a lit
tle doll. I thought that was a good
joke. Christmas is almost here. I
should like the little hi-chair in J. C.
Penney’s store. I should like a cup
board, dresser, a blackboard, and a
sewing machine for Christmas. Bring
the poor children some nice Christ
mas toys. Your loving friend, Betty
Freise.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: I hope you will
come to my house. I am not asking
for many things because I have al
most all I want. Please give me a
new pair of blue bedroom slippers. I
hope the sick boys and girls are able
to get home for Christmas. My
mother and father hope to get some
presents. Will you have enough to
go around? Your loving friend, Geor
gine Amberg.
Grade 3A —Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: I have been
thinking about the orphan children
every day. I think they are wonder
ing about Christmas. I hope that
you will bring them some warm mit
tens, warm coats and hats. I have
been thinking about what I could do
for the poor children. I think I shall
spend money to buy gifts for them. I
like to buy presents for them. My
sister should like the little stove in
the Variety store. My brother should
like a big yellow bus, and a box of
cars. I should like a doll with a pink
hat and coat, and white dress in J. C.
Penney’s store. Your loving friend,
Jean Lauterbach.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Sant Claus: May I please
have a box of tin soldiers, a Jungle
game, and an electrict train. I might
see you in the basement of Philbrick s
store tonight. After school, I hope
to get some candy from you. I hope
you will have enough money to give
to the poor people. We wnl have a
pretty Christmas tree. lam glad you
brought some Eskimos with you. i
liked to pet the reindeer. 1 wish you
a very Merry Christmas. iour
friend, Ltsne fc>tarr.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: I do not want
very many things for Christmas. 1
am wondering if you will get here,
eion t you/ reindeer go fast ! Now,
I shall tell you what I want for
Christmas. I want a fifteen cent
book of paper dolls and a ten cent
book at the Golden-rule. My sister is
sick. I hope you bring her some
things. Your loving friend, Dorothy
Olson.
Grade 3A —Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: It is getting
near Christmas. I think I know your
reindeer’s names. They are Blixen,
Cupid, Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vix
en and Dander. I hope the reindeer
know the way to the hospital and the
orphans’ home. Come to my house
last. I should like a bicycle, an elec
tric train, and pair of boots. Merry
Christmas, Santa. Your loving friend,
Maurice Boyd Fagen.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: For Christmas,
I should like to get a baby Eskimo.
I have two brothers, but I have to
sleep alone every night. He could
sleep with me. I should be very good
to the baby Eskimo. I should give
him rides on my sled. I should play
with him every evening. I will look
for on Christmas eve. I wish you a
very Happy Christmas. Your loving
friend, Paul Kohler.
Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: Send me an
electric train, and flint for a machine
gun because I got the gun last year.
Iwant a caterpillar tractor with out
a man that is easy to wind up. I
want it to pull anything up or down.
Merry Christmas. Good bye. Your
friend, Billy Tiffany.
Grade 3A —Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: I hope you will
come to my house Christmas eve. I
will listen for the bells on your rein
deer Christmas evening. I know
your reindeer’s names. I shall tell
them. Their names are Blixen, Cupid,
Dasher, Dancer, and Donder. Now I
shall tell you what I want. I want a
Jungle game, a tunnel and flag for
my electric train, a movie picture ma
chine, and a bow and arrow. For my
mother bring a box of handkerchiefs
and daddy a golf set. Merry Christ
mas, Santa. Your friend, Bobbie
Schulte. Grade 3A—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I am seven
years old and in the second grade. I
really am a good chap because I car
ry wood for my mother. I would
like to have a threshing machine and
a tractor. Love, James Hsskin.
THE REDWOOD GAZETTE, REDWOOD FALLS, MINNESOTA
Grade 2—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: My name is
Leßoy and I am in the first grade. I
saw you the other day and I told
you what I wanted but in case you
have forgotten I want a engin, wind
mill and a pump. Do I get them?
Love, Leßoy Castle.
Grade I—North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: Our chimney is
so small you had not better try it,
but please come in at the door which
will be left open. lam six years old
and in the first grade. Please bring
me a big crying doll and a bed. I
love you Dear Santa. Helen Castle.
Grade I—North1 —North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: I hope you
won’t forget me this year. I would
like a car, some blocks, a fire truck
and a tractor. If that is to much,
bring me what you think I should
have. I am eight years old and in
the third grade. If our steps are
slippery I’ll sprinkle ashes on them
so you won’t fall. Always yours,
Harold Castle.
Grade 3 —North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: I have been a
good boy for such a long time. lam
six years old and in the first grade.
Please bring me a little car and a
tractor. I guess that will be enough
for a small boy. I saw you the other
day. If there isn’t any snow how
are you coming ? Love, Lester Sow
der.
Grade I—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: Have you a
blue bike ? That’s what I want most,
also ice skates. I am 7 years old
and a good second grader. I am an
xiously waiting for you. Love, Clay
ton Hagberg.
Grade 2 —North Redwood.
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Dear Dear Santa Claus: Have
you a doll that says ma-ma. I hope
you give it to me. You know where
I live as you were at our house last
year. I am seven years old and in
the second grade. Love, Marjorie
Jean Shoemaker.
Grade 2—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: When I get
home alter school I do the chores.
Bring me a pair of ice skates and a
huge box of candy. I am seven years
ola and in the second grade. Love,
Beryl Brandt.
Grade 2—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: I am seven
years old and this is my tnird year
in school. I want a doll and a violin.
I like music. Do you? Love, Glen
rue ochunert.
Nortn Redwood.
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Dear hanta Claus: I have red
hair but anyway I have been a good
boy. It has been sort of hard to do.
I want a real Uke so I can play for
my mother. I am seven years old
and in ihe first grade. Love, John
Thomas.
G.aue I—North1 —North Redwood.
Dear Satna Claus: I have been a
good boy so long that I am getting
tired of it. Piease hurry and come.
I want a fire truck and top. I talk
ed to you the other day. Do you re
member me? I almost forgot to tell
you that I am six years old and a
big first grader. Love, Ervin Ziels
dorf.
Grade I—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: How are you?
I want a gun for Christmas. My
name is Kenneth. I want a pear of
ice skates and a train too, and a tract
or, candy and nuts. Love, Kenneth
Sowder.
North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: I can’t write
much because I’m just a little boy. I
am in the first grade and six years
old. If you have an extra tractor and
clock give it to me. I love you Santa.
So Long, George Abel.
Grade I—North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: I am in the
third grade. I have been a good girl.
I want a baby doll and a doll buggy.
My teacher is nice to me. I am to
be a talking doll in our Christmas
program. I hope you get my letter.
Your friend, Myrtle Gaffney.
Grade 3—North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: My teacher
said I was a good boy so I Teally
must be. I want a wagon and
blocks. I will take good care of the
wagon. I am eight years old and in
the second grade. Love, Dale Mann.
Grade 2—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: I am going to
wait up for you and play my violin.
What time are you coming? I
would like to have a real bicycle so
I can do errands for my mother. I
am seven years old and a second
grader. Sincerely, Douglas Simon
det.
Grade 2—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa Claus: I would like to
have you put a nice big doll in my
stocking this year and a big ball to
play with too. My little brother,
Adolph, can play with it too. Will
you bring me a new pair of shoes
too? I wear size nine. Your little
friend, Mathilda Bemardy.
District 108— Lacan.
Dear Santa Claus: Will you please
bring me a war tank, a thrilling
story book and ice skates. I am sev
en years old and the second grade.
Love, Robert Hutchinson.
Grade 2—North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: I’ll have a hot
lunch ready for you. I am in the
second grade. I have a little white
dog. My teachers name is Miss
Hawes. I want a wagon, a sled and a
bicycle for Christmas. I’ll not peek
nor look. Your little friend, Glee
Hoover Hardy. Grade 2 Dist. 61.
Dear Santa Claus: Bring me any
toys you want to. I’ll like what ever
you bring. lam eight years old and
in the second grade. Goodbye. Violet
Abel. Grade 2—North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: Come to our
house soon and bring a toy bus and
a radio. I am seven years old and in
the second grade. Love, Douglas
Mann. Grade 2—North Redwood.
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Dear Santa: I have such an old
ugly dool, can I have a new one with
a pink dress. I want a pin for my
new dress. I am six years old and
in the Second grade. Love, Jeanne
Simondet. Grade 2—North Redwood.
Dear Santa Claus: lam at school
and thinking about what I would like
to have for Christmas. For one thing
I need a new football because my
other one has six holes in it. I would
like an electric train that runs on a
track. I would like a horn too. The
last thing I would like to have is
some candy and nuts. I hope this is
not too big a load for your pack. If
it is you will have to leave some
thing out, because I want you to be
sure to bring the Christmas tree with
lots of trimming. I hope you have a
Merry Christmas. Your little friend,
Earl Nelson. District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: I couldn’t get
to Redwood Falls to see you when
you were there, but I hope you come
to our place anyway. I would like to
have you bring me a baby doll dress
ed in blue and a baby carriage for
her. I would like some dishes and a
top too. Won’t you bring all the
things I asked for? My house will
be nice and warm when you come
down our chimney, .a Merry Christ
mas! Your little friend, Thora Pask
ewitz. District 108 —Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: Are you com
ing to my home again this Christmas
Eve? I will be glad if you do. I
would like to have you bring me a
suit that 1 can wear on Christmas
Day. Another thing I need is a pen
cil. Will you bring me this so I will
haveUme to use in school? I like
candy and nuts too. I would like to'
see you sometime with your big pack
on your back. I could not come to
Redwood Falls to see you because
there was school. Your little friend,
Clement Brau. District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: I know you will
have to give lots of toys out so I
won’t ask for so many. But I do
wish Santa, that you would Bring me
a little red sled that I can slid with
and play on. We play football in
school and I really need a new foot
ball to practice with. Will you bring
me a train too ? I would like to see
you and your reindeer but I don’t
suppose I will get a chance to this
year. A Merry Christmas to you.
friend, Russel Steffen.
District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: How are you
getting along? I suppose you are
very busy. It must be cold for you
to be out going to different towns
now. I would like to have you bring
me an acordian this year. I have one
but it is too small. I will keep it for
my brother. I would like to have you
bring a wagon if you have one for
me. I can’t use it now because I
broke my leg so I have to walk on
crutches. I will be able to use it in
the Spring though. Have you some
nuts and candy for me too? That is
all I will ask for. I wish you a Mer
ry Christmas. Your little friend,
Francis Hagert. District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: I couldn’t come
to Redwood Falls to see you when you
were there, but I hope you come to
my home on Christmas night. My
stocking will be waiting for you. I
wish you would bring me a ball and
a racer game. You may fill the rest
of my stocking with nuts and candy.
A Merry Christmas to you. Your
little friend, Josephine Maney.
District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: I suppose you
are very busy making toys now. We
are all waiting for you to come. I
would like to have a trunk full of doll
clothes for me. I have a big doll.
I have no place to do my home work
for schooL Will you bring me a lit
tle desk to work on? I am sorry I
couldn’t go to Redwood Falls to give
you my letter. I wish you a Merry
Christmas. Your little friend. Althea
Christensen. District 108—Lucan.
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Dear Santa Claus: How are you?
I am well. I have one sister, and
two brothers and we all went to see
you in Redwood Falls. I would like
a dauble pencil box and pair of rub
bers also with snap candy and nuts.
Remember my little brothers and
sisters also. Goodbye. With love,
Russet Tetrick, second grade.
Grade *—District«.
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Dear Santa Claus: Please bring
me a be-be gun and little steam en
gine. I will be careful what I shoot
with the gun. I would like the steam
engine to pull my threshing machine.
If your pack is not too large, please
bring me some nuts and candy too.
Your little friend, Lyle Larson.
District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: I am quite
sure you will come to my home on
Christmas Eve. I have tried to be a
good girl. I would like you to bring
me a big doll and a doll bed for her
to sleep in. I would like candy and
nuts too. I would like a big Christ
mas tree and put all pretty things
on it. Your little friend, Lucille
Hogen.
District 108—Lucan.
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Dear Sant Claus: It is soon Christ
mas time. Are you coming down our
chimney again? I hope you do. I
would like to have you bring me a
little dump truck to play with. I
would like a policeman suit too, and
a drum and gun to play with when I
wear the suit. Wishing you a Merry
Christmas. I am your little friend,
Raymond Macht.
District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: I would like
to have you bring me a doll and
dishes for my Christmas presents. I
would like a ball too. Will you bring
me a story book to read? I am in
the second grade. I need a new
dress too. I wish you a Merry Christ
mas. Your little friend, Josephine
Suess.
District 108—Lucan.
Dear Santa Claus: How are you?
My horse is fine. Have you received
many letters from the boys and girls
in town? Will you please bring me
a cowboy suit, skiis, ice skates, bee
bee gun and some candy and nuts.
Please remember me. With Love,
Donald Carity, second grade.
Grade 2—District 61.
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Dear Santa Claus: lam five years
old and in the first grade. I am in
District Two and for Christmas I
want a box of colors and a color book
and a doll. Dear Santa be good to
everybody and be sure to be good to
the poor children and give them a
good dinner. Your little friend,
Dorothy Tenney.
Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I am in the
second grade and seven years old. I
want a ball and colors. Mama says
lots of poor children will not have a
toy for Christmas. Please try to give
every child some candy and one toy.
I have two brothers and five sisters.
Try to bring each one of them a lit
tle and we’ll have a Merry Christmas.
Your little friend, Marion Kenny.
Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I was glad to
see your reindeer on December first,
and I was glad to see you Santa
Claus. I am good at home and at
school. I am smart at school, my
teacher says. How are you getting
along? Will you come to see ma?
Flease bring my sister and brothers
something too. I love you very much.
Your dear friend, Margaret Kolp.
District 96—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: It made me
happy to see you December first.
Will you please come to my place this
year? Won’t you please come to
see my brothers and sister? I am
smart at school. You must have a
lot of things to bring. Please come
to see my school mates too. We
have pictures of your reindeer in our
school room. We all love you very
much. We have tried to be good. I
hope it snows so you can come in
your sleigh. I hope you have a Mer
ry Christmas, too, dear Santa. Your
friend, Francis Jones.
District 96—Redwood Falls.
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Dear Santa Claus: Do you know
I love you dear Santa ? I saw you in
town December 1,1930. I am in the
third grade. I like to go to school.
I suppose your reindeer are getting
ready for your long trip. I hope
there is snow on the ground so you
can come in the sleigh. We have
pictures of you in our schoolroom.
Please come to see me this year, and
do not forget my brother and sister
and do not forget the other children
because they love you too. Your
friend, lester Raddatz.
District 96—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I am nine
years old and am in the third grade.
I want a doll or an accordian. I
have one brother and two sisters.
Eunice is seven years old and Gladys
is four years old and Milton is one
year old. I wish I could have been
there when you were in Redwood to
see you. From Florence Larson.
District 34—Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: lam going to
tell you what I want for Christmas.
Would you please give me slegh, a
ball, and a bat, and lots of candy and
nuts, also a Christmas tree. I would
like to have lots more things but I
am not asking for them for there are
other boys and girls who want some
thing too and you might not have
enough. I hope to see you on Christ
mas eve. and I am thanking you very
much. Good-bye. Louis Stahn.
District 13 —Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I want some
dishes. And a little toy piano. I
will hang up my stocking so you can
put the candy and peanuts. I live 11
miles southwest of Redwood Falls. I
am seven years old and in the first
grade. I wll leave the door open.
So be sure and come. Good bye San
ta Claus. Lorraine Kodet.
Redwood Falls.
Dear Santa Claus: I want a bunny
doll, a ironing board, a doll buggy,
and a ball. I am seven years old and
lam in the second grade. I will put
a piece of cake and a cooky by my
stocking lor you. My stocking will
be by the Christmas tree. Mama will
leave the front door open so you
won't have to ccme down the chim
ney. Good bye Santa Claus. I am,
Welma Schoffran.
Waoasso.
Dear Santa Claus: I want a little
doll or a drum. I have two sisters
and one brother. lam seven years
old. My one sister is nine years old.
The other one is four years old. My
brother is one year old. I have a lit
tle table and 1 like to set on dishes
for it. Igo to school. From Eunice
Larsen.
i District 34— Redwood Fall's. "
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