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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 21. 1917.
- i good little girl and minds my parents. Dear Santa please bring me a doll buggy and a doll, some oranges, ap ples, some nuts and cooking stove. That Is all, so good bye Santa. GEORGIA LEE MILLER. Brentwood, Tcnn., Dec. 17, 1917. Dear Old Santy Taus, here I am again. I am four years old this time, my papa thinks I am bad but I ain't please bring me a doll and you know what else. Your little darling, MILDRAGE HUNT. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy four years old, I help my mamma, I wash dishes, dry them and put them away. I also bring in kindling. I want you to plenty ol good things to eat. three aprons, two pairs ot stockings and a pair of shoes, size tour. Bring papa and mamma something nice and please don't forget my four little cousins something nice. Alexander and Leander Gibson and Graham and William Thompson. Your little baby girl. JESSIE MAI GENTRY. Jones, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I have been a good little girl all the year and I want you to bring me some mixed nuts, a big doll, some candies, apple, oranges and other things that little girls like. We have one of the biggest snows that ever visited Dixie, but I hope it will soon leave so Santa Clause can get about without falling. I am eleven years MR. J. P. PORTER, Supt Sprue Street Baptist Sunday School. Little Ones Write to Santa Claus. 46 Maury Street. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl nine years old, going to school in the :!rd A grade. I want you to bring nie a pair of shoes, stockings anil coat, please a doll, please and a kodak, a tricvcle. I like to eat, 1 am looking tor nuts, I candy and fruit. Please do not for- ! get my sisters Irene, Christine, Yiv-j ian, mother and the whole family. Come early for I will be in bod. I guess that is all. So good bye. From FANNIE ARDELL McKISSACK please bring me a drum, a music old and I am in the fourth grade and wheel, a little stable with horses and wagons In it, two pairs ot hose, a pair of leggins, a rolling horse, some candy, nuts, oranges and anything else you wish to bring. Tlease don't forget my mother, father and sister, six uncles, seven auntie, thirteen cousins. I am your little boy, WILLIAM HINTON PARNES. 1275 East Hill Street. I study my lessons and love books and my chicken too. I am your little friend, BERTHA LESS JEFFRIES. 2411 Jefferson Street. Dear Santa Claus: I am sure this will be a poor Christmas and I will only ask you for a few things. You may bring me a rain coat, hair ribbon, dress. 46 Maury Street. ! Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 11, 1917. ; Dear Santa Claus: i I know you are expecting to hear I from me, as I usually write to you I so I am writing to you on my birth-1 day today. 1 am five years old. j Please bring a dull, stove to cook on, ' bed lor my doll baby, Santa Clans i please tell iue what to name my baby. ; 1 want to call lu-r by the name you' call her. 1 want plenty of nuts, can dy and oranges, now 1 want a pair ; of shoes, stockings, cap, gloves and anything else ou think I'll like, don't forget my sisters Ardelle, Irene and Vivian and mother and all the whole family, so good bve. Loviimlv, CHRISTINE McKISSACK. Dear Santa Claus: I want a bicycle and gloves, I go to school and am in the ltli A grade, liniii; me some apples, candy and nuts, Remember, sister, mamma and papa. Yours truly, LOUS K. THOMAS, JR. 1S15 lleuenian Street. if-'s.... V, Cv-" -, '!".. V- V. , Axih si&:-i.:irV-''-'-i',"V' JF ' .. ;V v ,&'kr&.iV' v., . . vya -i-.'WV-;.,-v--i. ..;scS7 fy-qast? -:... ..-l'ViiJ Vsi?'" : -v'.-i)'ft".ar Sue' iv'-.i'Svi IVs-Vf-V--'. ' -. V y-f t f nZ&..7, ' f v ; c-"'-;M-; .- '"V '' ir uy4frM& V- '-'A ;-.S--'-.i.:- " .' 1 . ' i ..." w . - . Cumberland Furnace, Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy tour years old, I am a good boy I can count up to five, please bring me a little wagon and some candy and apples and oranges and nuts and please don't forget my brother and sister, my aunts and uncles and grandma and grandpa and don't forget my aunt in Alabama. Your, CHARLEY E. JACKSON. Cumberland Furnece, Tenn. December 13, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy twelve years old, I go to school, I am in the second grade, I have been very good this year. Please bring me some candy and apples and oranges and raisins and a little wagon and poney's and don't forget my sisters and brothers ana mue nepnews unaney ana jonn in Jackson and mother and father. Your little AMOS TARLTAN. am eleven vears old. I za to school i oranges and some goodies. Remem- ln the 6-B grade. Please bring me "a ,ber my mamma and papa and my machine. Your dear girl, EMILY C. HAWKINS. Springfield, Tenn., Dec. 16, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy three years, I want you to please bring me a drum, a horn, a ball and a train. Don't fail to bring me lots of good things to eat. Your little boy, JAMES HARVEWORD WOODARD. sisters and buba. Your little girl, PHINETTA A. BAKER. 1833 Scovel Street Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl ten years old I am in the fifth grade. I want you to bring me a pair ot shoes, a coat, a pair ot stockings and a pair ot rub bers and please bring mamma and daddy something good and Santa don't forget the goodies and candy. 1 MR. W. H. MciiAVOCK. A Prominent Business Man. Martha, Tenn., Dec. 14, 11)17. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy eighteen months I want you to bring be a wagon, cap, sweater, horn and a pair of over alls, if you can find any small enough and plenty of good things to eat. Franklin, Tenn., Dec. 13, 1K17. ( Dear Santa Clans: I am a little girl seventeen years of age and 1 want you to bring plenty of good tilings to eat and two pairs of stockings. I am not going to ask ; you for much. Don't forget papa : and mamma and my little chum, I Mabel li. Reynolds. Santa be sure and bring my little friend. Tommy something nice. You will find him ' doll, water colors, some nuts and fruits, anything else you think will be nice. Your friend, DAISY DODSON. Dear Santa Claus: 1 am a little boy just three years old. I am not so good they tell me at home, but I think I am good, so please bring me a velocipede, a big SARAH MARIE TYNES niuelicld, W. Va. Bluefleld, W. Va. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old. I have been going to school for two years, my teacher says I am a very smart little girl. Grandma says I have been a good little girl. Now Santa please bring me anything you think nice for a little girlie like me. Don't forget grandma and daddy and my auntie, Pauline at St. Louis. I live at 164 Jones Street. I am your little girl, SARAH MARIE TYNES. P. S. For fear you don't know me I send you one of my pictures. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy two years old, I don't want very much, bring me a coat, cap and some shoes, a horn, little drum, wagon or auto, some blocks, a little boy doll, candy, nuts and oranges. Don't forget papa, j mamma and my grandpa and grand- ma, aunts and uncles in Nashville, also remember my auntie in Colo. I remain your little bov, FREDERICK C. DODSON. 708, Jefferson Ave. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl two years old, I I try to be good so I want you to ' please remember me. Please bring me a coat, cap and some shoes, a big ' Negro doll, a little table and some chairs, some doll dishes, some ribbon for my hair, candy, nuts and fruits ot all kind and anything else you think would be nice for a little girl. Don't forget papa, mother and my little nephew, F. C. Dodson in St. Louis, and my little baby brother. I remain your little girl, JUANITA E. JOHNSON. P. S. Please bring me rocking chair, trunk and ABC blocks. i 11 hi . i . . ' mmim ...,t. wwwMgs h-? "T.S' IMlfWSmS'" pSitfgfiifi 1 mmm . v.. .. ... - . .. ' ' 1 71 S Winter St., East Nashville, Tenn. I am a little baby girl only one year and four months old, so please bring me a nice baby doll in long clothes, and a little buggy or wheel Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy four years old, I am very smart about helping my mother, so won't you to please bring barrow, a bucket and shovel, some nie a pair of shoes, some pants, a bicy dresses, shoes, ami a little drum, cle, black ooard, a game, paper cap something like brother's and any- pistol, a train and track, a little boy thing else that will be nice for me. : doll, horn and drjum. Stockings, Don't forget mamma and papa, candy, nuts and oranges, fireworks of mother, dady, brother, Ida Bell and ull kind. Don't forget papa, mam- Colored Y. M. C. A., Nashville, Tenn. Springfield, Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl just six years old. I am a good little girl and am going to school every day. I want you to bring me a doll, a little trunk, a paint book, some paint and lots of things to eat. I am vour little girl, HAZEL HENDERSON. Springfield, Tenn.' Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old and am in the 3B class at school. I want you to bring mo a doll, a doll id 16 Mamma Ease, uncle Isaac and my aged grandma Dilsy, aunt Martha and Uncle Sam. Bye, bye, as I am very good. I remain, HELEN FLORENCE CAMPBELL. 702 Winter St., E. Nashville, Tenn. ma and grandma, bring them some thing nice. Bring mo some blocks and story book. I remain your little- boy, RICHARD W. JOHNSON. 1000 21st Ave., N. Dear Santa Claus: This is "Sweet Meat,' want Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy five months old, dresser, a set of glass dishes and of fruits and candy. Your little girl, LESLYE HENDERSON ts Springfield, Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy ten years old. I am in the SB class at school. Mrs. J.. L. Murray is my teacher, she says that I am very good. I want you to please a rocking chair, a doll that i am a very good little boy and this I bring me a little train, a little set won't break, two very pretty pairs of stockings, a cap to go bye-bye, candy and fruit. Hve-bye, MAYME "SWEET MEAT" BOYD. 1502 14th Ave., N. p. S. Don't forget Tar Tar please. t Spin! Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a tool box, a cow boy suit. The war is on and I don't want much for I know you have been busy making ammunition instead of toys this year. Don't forget my little sisters and brother. Your little boy, R. H. BOYD. 1502 14th Ave., N. P. g. Don't forget my grandpa, please bring him anything to make him happy. will be your ilrst visit to me so I won't ask for much, bring me a little rubber doll, rattler, candy and or anges. Don't forget papa and mother. I remain your little boy, WILLIAM HENRY JOHNSON. 1000 21st Ave., N. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy six years old, I try to be good and help my mother, so I want you to please bring mea pair of shoes, pants, stockings, a black board, ABC blocks, team, a bicycle like large boys have, 4re en gine. Please bring me a silk shirt, a B B shot gun, story book, candy, nuts and oranges and anything else vou think would be nice for a little of tools, a top, a little wheel barrow, a rocker horse and lots of things to eat. EDVENOIL HENDERSON 1S33 Scovel Street. Dear Santa Claus: I am a tiny little boy, I don't know how old but any how Santa I am a Bring sister, baby sister and brother something. Your little girl, HAZEL E. BAKER. Dear Santa Claus: I want a dress, a horn, story book, doll blanket, doll sifter, set of China dishes, knives, forks, spoons, candy, nuts oranges, apples. Your little girl, PEARL K. ALLEN 1S0G Thompson St. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I nut a little boy two and a half years old. I am a smart little boy, so mother says. Daddy thinks so too. Please bring me some toys, some ap ples, oranges and candy. Bring mother something. Don't forget daddy, auntee my grandpapa and grand mamma and auntie in Chica go. I will go to sleep early on Christmas eve. I am your little boy, L. V. ALLEN, JR. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: This being the first time ot ask ing you for something, I want you to bring me a pair of shoes, dress and a half dozen nipples and a hat and please don't forget mother and Colored Branch Carnegie Library. Please don't forget mother and dad dy, also mv two grandmothers. I remain vour little boy, DEWITT JONES. Sahdersvllle. Tenn., Dec. 16, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I have been a good little boy. I go to school every day. I am seven years old and in the second grade. My teacher is Miss Nannie Bender. 1 writo to tell you don't forget me. Please brine me something nice. brine me something to play with and :es, nlentv e-nod thlncs to eat. don't for- too at 140 Capitol St., Vallojo, Cal. Bring mo anything you think would be suitable for a little girl like me. Also bring my little sick cousin something that would be nice for a little sick girl and her sister. So I will go to bed early, Your little girlie, SOPHRONIA B. GENTRY. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl a sister to the little boy that washes mother's dish- I do a deal to help my mother I am ten years old, stduylng get my brothers and sister, papa and 4th B grade. I want you to bring me mother, bring them sometning too. 1 will be glad when time comes for you to come. I still live at the same place. Your trniv bov, OWEN BURFORD. Oakdale, Tenn., Dec. lfi, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: 1 am a little girl nine years old and go to school every dav and am in the 4th grade, am a good girl and I mind my parents. Please send nie a wagon, a doll, a doll buggy, and some dishes and cap, lamp and drero. That is all this time, so good bye, Santa Claus. From CLEO MILLER. Oakdale, Tenn., Dec. 16, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I thought I would write and tell you what I want for Xmas. I want a doll about 22 Inches tall and a buggy and stockings, candy, oranges, apples, nuts, grape3 and two new drpno This is nil. From your little girl, ARM AGENE MILLER, Oakdale. Tenn., Dec. 1C, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a suit, orangos, apples, candy and bring mo an ar rifle and a wagon so I can haul wood and coal and make some money. This Is all, good bye. From MASTER ROSSVITTE MILLER. a dress, two pairs ot hose, a writing desk, leggins, two suits of under wear, coat, hat, rubbers. No. 13 rib bon, candy, nuts, raisins and any thing else you wish to bring. Your little girl. ANNA MATILDA B. BARNES. 1275 East Hill Street. Dec. 13, 1917. drum, a long train that runs around the track so I can go to Kansas City to see Uncle Ed on it, a ball, horn, soldier gun, a blue suit, and any thing else you think would suit a little boy like me. Don't forget my papa, mamma, dady and mother, also my little sister, Grandma Dilsy and cousin Ida Bell, mamma Ease, and uncle Isaac, aunt Martha, uncle Sam. Your little boy, VIRGIE LEE CAMPBELL, JR. E. Nashville, Tenn. Franklin, Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl one year and ten months old and have been an awful Good bye. good little girl, so mamma and papa Your little girl, says, and I want you to bring me I IDA BELL MILLER. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl three years old and try to be good every day, so please bring me a little victrola, a big funny doll, a pair of soldier shoes like mamma Ease's, a dresser And washstand, a little ironipg board and Iron, and anything you think will please me. Bring me plenty of fruits and don't forget papa and mamma, also dady, mamma Ease and my Cousin Virgie Lee Campbell. Oakdale, Tenn., Dec. 1C, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old and go to school every day and a rr n - ;i t ft Ik- J 1 : Pa,-1ilHrll'(.mdCv'Vtf?3r7ia. ffvjV m,. : fear.T.vretta:.m.. toM, i i nm-n ; 7jiiii)fe.' The Church of i .. m. ..ev. t!. M. M. Wright, Priest-in-charge. This structure is a perfect type of Gohtic architecture. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a horn a little auto, a soldier, a little train, good things to eat. I still live at the same place and will go to bed early, won't peep. I don't suck my thumb any more now, so you can bring me lots of nice things. Please don't forget "Sweet meat," she is our baby that will be here two years in Febru ary. Your little bov, H. A. BOYD. 1502 14th Ave., N. P. S. Don't forget grandpa. 1502 14th Ave., N. Nashville Tenn. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a set of nice doll dishes, a large doll buggy, kitchen cabinet and anything else you have for me I will thank you. Don't for get any children. Please remember every child. Your little girl, MARGURETTE BOYD. boy. Don't forget papa, mother and sister Amanda, bring them something nice and Jenever and my little nep hew, F. C. Dodson in St. Louis, also bring my nephew R. S. Martin a silk shirt. I remain your little boy, GEORGE W. JOHNSON. 1000 21st Ave., N. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 14, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a bicycle and a pair of shoes, I wear number 2 riease bring papa some socks and collar, bring mother some over shoes. bring me some gloves and bring Lloyd some over shoes. Bring all our friends something, they have been so good to us while our little brother has been so sick and bring me some i nuts, candy, fruit, bring me some pencil. Bring baby brother a pair of shoes. W. D. HAWKINS, JR. Smlthvllle, Texas, Dec. 13, 1917 Dear Santa Claus: I vlBited in Nashville, Tenn., last 1 friends and school and play V mm ;vT .t .V. .'V JK?f fylrifMf-.1 Resldnce of Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Boyd. little boy. Please bring me a whole daddy and Aunt Roxie. lot of goodies and bring my sister Ida something good, and Santa I got three more little sisters, Hazel, Mat tie Mae and Phlnetta and Santa my little brother that Is littlier than me, his name is George and Santa bring my mamma and papa something. Your little boy, G. PHINEAS BAKER. 1831 Scovel St. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy seven years old and I want a suit of clothes, a foot ball, a rain coat, and a spinning top, a doll for my little cousin. I want a Christmas tree to put the things on and don't forget the goodies and candy and Santa bring mamma a dress and papa a suit and box candy for my aunt. Your little boy, EDGAR LAWRENCE. of 1833 Scovel Street. Dear Santa Claus: I am a tiny little boy six years old and want you to bring me a pair of shoes, some rubbers, some stockings and an overcoat. I want you to bring me some caps to shoot in my pistol and a little air gun. Santa Claus bring me and my sisters a Christmas tree to put the things on and Santa don't forget mamma and daddy and Santa bring me some oranges, candy and some goodies and Santa go to kindergarten. I am a good little boy. Your little boy, GEO. C. BAKER. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring my teachers some thing, Sunday school and school teacher, also. Please bring all my mates ! spring with my mother, Mrs, Lizzie .something. Bring mv mother, I Wells Adams and enjoyed it so much father, brothers and sisters some i that -1 wanted to send my letter to thin.g. Please bring my baby brother jyou through the Nashville Globe: I ja rattles, my sister a hut, some stock iam now three years old and live in ings, my brothers both a cap that 'Smithville, Texas and want you to has fur to keep their ears warm. ! bring me a doll piano,. Don't forget Please bring me some gloves, stock- i mother and daddy. 1833 Scovel Street. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl nine years old. I am a good little girl. I am in the 3rd grade. Please bring me some shoes, a coat, some stockings and some rubbers. Santa remember mamma and father, bring me some candy and some -goodies and Santa remember by sisters and brother. Your little girl, MATTIE MAE BAKER. Your good boy. MASTER B. H. JANUARY, JR. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 16, 1917. bear Santa Claus: I am eight years old and I am not asking you for many toys but I do want a paper cap pistol and a story book and a telephone and some can dies, nuts and oranges. Now Santa remember mamma and papa and Marguerite. I am your little man, HUGH D. YORK, JR. Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 1917. Dear Santa Claus: I am a good little girl. I am sick In bed. I want you to bring me a pair of shoes, a doll trunk, doll clothes and all kinds ot good things to eat and a little roefcing chair. That's about all. Don't forget broth er. CHRISTINE RAY. Stop! Look! Listen! Handsome Residence Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Boyd. From your little friend, MILDRED JONES ADAMS. 1833 Scovel Street. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl eight years old. I am In tho second grado. Please ines. a dress and some handkerchiefs, .bring me some shoes, rubbers, Btock- Brine: all of us some candy, nuts. I ings and some handkerchiefs and a oranges, apples and other things. I j dress and Santa please bring some , rj T:lK SECOND ANNUAL XMAS DANCE X Will be aiven by the Amuse- I mcnt ( lub, Tuesday Evening t at the AWSfMNT HALL Car. Konrlli A e. aid Cddar St. This will bf the Greatest Dance f t y sr.. Everybody come out and enov themselves. We guarantee good ordpr mi a goad time, A grand Xmas Contest will be put on at 10:30. A prize will be given to the coup'e dancing nearest the tack. We will alo have a BmuIIIuI Decorated Xnas Tree. Those wishlnq to b Ira presents for their friends are at liberty to do so :: ADMISSION: 20cjStralght. Hours 8:30 to 1 2