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The Chronicle star the Moss Point advertiser. (Pascagoula; Moss Point, Miss.) 1949-1961, December 21, 1951, SECTION TWO, Image 8

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Letters To Santa Claus
Dear Santa Claus:
I am live years old and I have
been a good little boy. Will you
:/lease bring me a record player,
a cowboy suit, a tool set and a
. ram,
1 Will have you some milk, and
< nokies to eat when you come to
my house.
I love you Santa
John Keith Holloway
SMI Santo:
PImm bring ma a doll, cow
girl suit. ironing board and an
Mr slitar wants a baskatball
ind a goal. Don't forgot my moth
er and daddy.
I leva you Santa.
Paula Holland
lit. 2. Pascagoula
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 6 years old but
1 couldn’t go to school this year
lor my birthday Is Dec. 8. I have
I pen a very good boy. 1 help my
toother, daddy and my big broth
rr, Larry, with hi* paper route.
I want you to bring me a big
bicycle (24 inch), an electric train
; nd transport truck and any thing
Ise you think I would like. And
> on’t forget Laity he is a good
! ny too.
1 will leave you some fruit cake
■ tid a coke under the tree.
Good bye Santa,
Jimmy Ziglar
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy 5 years bid I
am trying to be a good boy. Please
bring me a cowboy suit, a wagon,
a pair boots, a tool chest if you
have fine left Don't forget my
two sisters and my brother and
my mama and daddy. Please look
on the table I will leave you
something to eat.
I,ots of love
Tommy McCormick
Orange Grove
Dear Santa:
I have been a good girl. Do not
forget my Mother and Daddy. 1
want some skates and a ring and
a necklace, and I want some fruit.
I am 10 years old. Bring my Mo
ther and Daddy something good
too Santa. You will find some
fruit on the table.
Helen Louise Hester
Dear Santa Claus:
Would you please bring me a
new-born baby doll, and a grown
up doll with curls, an electric
train, a stove, refrigerator anti
sink, and a doll suit case and rec
ords. And don’t forget my baby
sister, Kim. Please bring Kim a
® IIS li&i£ f^SP l!t[S
We’re putting plenty
\ of steam into our
' "Merry Christmas”
kiddy kar and a soft dolly and
some blocks.
1 am six years old and Kim is
a year and a half, and we have
l>een pretty good 1 think.
Ilove you,
Sherrie Turkey
—■■ -
Dear Santa Claus:
I am in the third grade. I want
a doll with a suit case of clothe?
and a color book and a ring and
a bracelet and a necklace. I will
leave you a cup of coffee and
don't forget my sister. Santa I am
o good little girl.
Love and kisses
Lynda Green
Dear Santa:
I am in tha fint grade at Laka
school. Please bring me a dresser,
a stove, a sink and a black board,
a color book and colors, a story
book of Little Red Riding Hood.
Don't forget my sister Lynda, my
teacher Mrs. Oliver and mama
and daddy and cousins. I will
leave you a piece of fruit cake and
a coke in the ice box. I love you
Santa. Thank you for the gifts
last year.
Your little friend.
Virginia Green
Dear Santu:
We are two little boys—Rich
ard S, and Charles 2. We are try
ing to be good and want you to
come see us on Christmas Eve
Please bring Richard two guns,
cowboy suit, hat, a tricycle and
some candy. Charles wants a tri
cycle, rocking horse like Mikes
and n truck.
Don’t forget Robert, Shirley,
mama, daddy and all the other
good boys and girls. We love you,
Richard & Charles Atwood
Dear Santa:
I havo been a good girl. Do not
lorget the other boys and girls. I
want a doll and a ring and a neck
lace. Do not forget my two broth
ers. I want tome fruit too. I am
3 years old. Bring my mother
tome candy.
I will leave something. Lovo.
Glenda Pope.
Dear Santa:
1 am u little girl seven years
old. I have tried to be a good lit
tle girl and I would like to have
a "kiss me baby” doll, a stove,
cabinet, dishes, fruit, nuts, candy
and anything else you want to
May the festive table you
serve this Christmas time
represent the joy and happi
ness that all of us pray for
and may it abide with you for
many, many years.
We wish to thank all those
whose friendship and patron
age have made this such a
happy and prosperous year
for us.
bring me. I love you Sar^ta and if
you look on the coffee table you
will find milk and cookies.
Cynthia Ann Boyette
Dear Santa:
I am a little boy two years old.
I have been trying hard to be
good and I would like a few
things for Christmas. Please bring
me a band, car, train, rocking
horse, wagon, pound & peg desk,
telephone and a tractor. I will
leave you some fruit cake and
coffee under the tree.
Please don’t forget my little
cousin, Gary and Mother and
Daddy. Thank you Santa. I love
Larry Penton,
Methodist Choir
Sings Cantata
At Church Tonite
The senior choir of First Meth
odist church at Pascagoula will
present its Christmas cantata,
‘Carols of Christmas,” today at 8
p. m.
The cantata will be under di
rection of Mrs. B. L. Sutherland.
Mrs. C. L. Nelson will be at the
organ, with Miss Frances War
den at the piano.
Eastlawn Methodist
Christmas At Church
Christmas was happily observ
ed Wednesday by the WSCS of
Eastlawn Methodist church of
which Mrs. Sam Wilkerson js
The th<?me of the gathering was
a "White Christmas,” in which
each adult and each child brought
a gift for someone less fortunate.
The 100 or more present en
joyed a program given by Sunday
school children Fruit and candy •
were distributed from a tree by
Santa Claus, and carols were
Friendship Baptist
Will Have Revival
The Rev. Joe Royalty, Jackson,
evangelist of Emanuel Baptist
church, will conduct a series of
revival services at Kreole Friend
ship Baptist church beginning
next Thursday, the Rev. Pete
Steelman, pastor, announced to
1 day.
Services will be hel^ at 10 a m.
and 7:30 p. m. through Dec. 30.
Street services will be held at
! noon.
! Special music will be furnished
! by Miss Martha Lou Sumrall,
I pianist, and Miss Betty Jean
| Weeks, soloist, both from Crystal
| Springs
Effingham, 111. (AP) — They
opened carefully a tightly wired
bale of straw to see why it was
meowing. Out jumped a scared
kitten. Kitty had been frolicking
around baling operations on Low
ell Lee’s farm near Beecher City.
Unnoticed by the men, the baling
machine had scooped up kitty.
New York —(AP)— Burglars
entering the Brooklyn apartment
of an insurance agent, took a two
carat diamond ring valued at $2,
Main St. Moaa Point
800 from the finger of his wife,
but did not disturb a $400 wed
ding ring set with diamonds. The
wedding ring was insured. The
stolen ring was not. The insur
ance agent said he always thought
of insuring that ring, but hadn’t
got around to it.
The male of the common house
sparrow is much more active in
nest building than the female.
By law, the "pattern pieces" i
a trial strike made by the U
Mint'are now carefully destroyed
In early days, however, such coii
were often pres.wveri • 1 th;
i came into the hands of collator
** fc
Let us enjoy together the j
blessed cheer and good
will of Christmas
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