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Brevard news. (Brevard, N.C.) 1917-1932, December 03, 1931, Image 5

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MORE LETTERS TO i BE PUBLISHED NEXT j WEEK IN THE NEWS Many Notes Came In Too Late For This Week's Bre vard News OFFICIAL SANTA CLAUS P. O. BOX AT THIS OFFICE Children of the County Are Urged To Write via The News At Once On a preceding page of The ? Brevard News will be found : many letters to Santa Claus, j written by childen of Transyl- j vania county and mailed in Santa's private box in front of. The News office. A number of letters were re ceived after going to press, f These with all others received before next Wednesday will be printed next week. Dear Mr. Santa: This is Clyde Jeter. Please send me a football, and send me a base bail bat and mit. And send me a bank and a banjo and a pian?. Clyde Jeter, j Dear Santa Claus: I am a little girl five years old. Please send me some clothes and a doll. From May Jeter Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me some skates, a sleep doll, nuts, and candy and some doll clothes and gloves. Love, May Belle Bryson. Dear Santa Claus: I want you to bring me some candy and oranges for Christmas and a little wagon too. I have three little sisters and we don't have any daddy, so please, dear Santa, bring us some thing for Christmas. Blanton Crawford. Lake Toxaway. Dear Santa Claus: I want a big sleepy doll, with black hair, and blue eyes. I am 9 years old and I want you to bring me some candy. I want a big piece of candy and I want you to come Christmas. THE QUALITY IN INTERNATIONAL FEEDS IS WHAT COUNTS Ask the Hen, the Hog and the Cow. The Price Is Always Right SPECIAL FRIDAY & SATURDAY On can Rumford Baking Powder FREE with each 24 lb. Sack of Flour you buy ? also with each 50c purchase you receive a Trade Ticket. $5.00 F-R-E-E Saturday, Dec. 12 at 4 p.m. Let's Go Get THE CASH at GARREN'S STORE 143 E. Main St. Brevard You are good and I had some candy once but I ate it all up. I am in the third grade. I don't know whether 1 can be down to see you, but you can leave my things at the Brevard News offive. I have no father nor mother. I am an orphan girl, my mother is dead and my father died when I was four years old. I will close, Dora Lowe Lake Toxaway. Daar Santa Claus: I am writing you to let you know what I want for Christmas. I want a big sleep doll with black hair and blue eyes and a little blue comb and some candy and nuts and oranges. I am seven years old. I am going to school and I am in the Primer grade. I have no brothers or sisters to play with me and I want a doll to play with. I am anxiously waiting your coming. Mable Kitchen. Dear Santa: Eoin cmf rdl bgk rdl kyp rd mfw hrdl mfw aoi gkq dlu mfw hrd bgkq. Betty Hill Norton. Dear Santa: ' Please bring me a sweater, two just alike for twin boys, one for Larry and one for Perry. And twin caps and stockings and two trains. Larry and Perry Jeter. Dear Santa: I am a good girl. I want a doll and a watch and a ring. Love, Santa, Kathryn Powell. Dear Santa Claus: Please send me a doll and some candy. Stella Galloway. Balsam Grove. Dear Santa: Please bring me a little piano cost ing 88 cents and I will thank you very much. Yours truly, Burtie Lou Owenby. | Dear Santa Claus: How are you getting along thi? year? I . have been a good girl. I want a scarf for Christmas and a story book and a pair of roller skates. Merry Christmas, from Katherine Grooms. Dear Santa: Please bring me a little football. I will thank you very much. Yours truly, William Owensby. Dear Santa: I know that times are hard. But I am five years old and I know you will bring me something so will you bring me please, a tricycle and a sleepy doll, so I can take my doll to ride with me. Your dear little girl, Jeanette Tinslcy. Dear Santa Claus: I hope you will bring me an air rifle and a pair of boots and some nuts and some candy. With love, Santa. Ves Bryson Dear Santa Claus: Please send me a doll and some candy and a ball. I am eight years >ld. Allie Galloway. Dear Santa Claus: , Christmas is nearly here and I have ] been thinking about what I want for ] Chiistmas. I want to bring me a ! tricycle and a pair of skates. I am j six years old and in the first grade in school. I would like to have some candy and a pair of woolen gloves. Love to your, Old Santa, Van Bryson. Dear Santa Claus: I am sending you our names: Ella Mae Alexander, age 6: Geraldine Alexander, age 4, Gerald Alexander, age 4; and Ernest Alexander, age 2. Balsam Grove. Dear Santa Claus: 1 am a good little girl five years old and I am looking for you to come Christmas to see me. Bring me can dies and other things. I sure will fwVV^VVVVVVVVVyW"^rryy^rrt'W'?n?-w^r>rir^TririrT?~inryTrM ? y? ? ? ? ? ? ? MONUMENTS AND f CUT STONE WORK We take this method of announcing to the public the opening of the Hendersonville Memorial and Cut Stone Co. Located In THE LEVERETT BUILDING D-R-U-l-D H-l-L-L-S Just A Whisper Off The Highway MONUMENTS, MANTLES, CUT STONE Experienced Rock Cutter and Letterer Employed HENDERSONVILLE MEMORIAL and CUT STONE CO. J. W. BAYNE MANAGER AMWUVUVM/WWtfUWWVWUVWVVMMiVVVUVVVVVWWWU1! be glad to see you if you only will come. With love, Annie Galloway. Balsam Grove. Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a nice little boy, seven years old and Christmas times are drawing near and I hope dear old Santa Claus will come and bring me some candy ,and lots of other things for Christ Imas just comes once a year. Carlaim Blythe. Dear Old Santa Claus: I am a sweet little boy 18 months old and I am looking for dear old Santa Claus around this year for Christmas times are drawing near. Bring me some, candy and lota of other things. Goodbye, dear old Santa Claus, Arnel Blythe. Dear Santa: Please bring jne a wagon and a tricycle for Christmas. Roy. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a sleep doll with curly hair and please Santa Claus, bring me some candy and nuts and fruits. Bye, bye, Ella Mae Fowler. Dear Santa Claus: I know, or I guess that you will get tired of reading so man^ letters but I am a little girl eleven years old and I want you to please bring me a sleepy doll with curly hair and please Santa Claus, bring me some candy, i nuts and fruits. That's all I'll ask i for and please remember the children j that can't pay for their things this J year. Thank you, Lorraine Honea Dear Santa: Please fcring me a fiddle for Christ- ' mas. I want to make music and make j everybody happy on Christmas morn ing. And please bring me some can dy with nuts and fruits. Thank you. Goodbye and be sure to come and I see me. Floyd Honea. Dear Santa Claus: Here we are writing you a letter the very first day of December, we are afraid we will be too late if we don't write today. We are little girls one seven years old and one five years old and please Santa Claus, bring us each a sleep doll with curly hair and some candy and fruit. That's all we'll ask for this time, please don't forget us and any other little children. Margaret Honea, 7 years. Lucille Honea, 5 years. Dear Santa: Please bring me a rain coat and 1 cap and some toys, such as a tractor, j steam shovel and anything else you 1 want to bring. Love, Ted Henry Mull. Dear Santa Claus: I hope you will bring me a wagon and lots and lots of nuts and candy. With love, Santa, Doyce Bracken. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a little coaster wagon and some candy and nuts. Also I will close, dear Santa. Lyndon Orr. Dear Santa Claus: I have four little brothers and lis ters and myself. I want you to bring us some Christmas gifts. John Moore. Dear Santa Claus: While sitting here thinking of you, I please bring me a doll that can walk and cry and eat and walk, and a tea [Set. Some nuts and candy and grapes and marshmallows and raisins. Dear Santa Claus, Jf you will. Rosa Neal. Dear Santa Claus: I am a boy eight years old. Please bring me an aviator coat, a little dump truck and a book, "Miss Min erva and William Greenhill. With love, Fred Glazener. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy four years old. I can not write but my brother is writ ing for me. I want these things for Christmas, a tricycle, a Mother Goose book, a bib and some confeetionaries. With love, Bruce Glazener. Dear Santa Claus: I am a boy nine years old. I an) in the fourth gracl. I want an erector set no 3, "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," a foun tain pen, a toy dump truck and some eonfectionaries. With love, Edward Glazener. Dear Santa: Please bring me an orange, nuts candy, doll bed, scooter, grapes and some handkerchiefs. Avarie Glazener Rosman. Dear Santa: Please bring me a toy train and a horn, some nuts and candy. Love to you, Hugh Glazener Rosman. Dear Santa: Please bring nie a toy sewing ma chine, a scooter, nuts, candy, raisins: and a doll bed. Vivian Glazener Rosman. Dear Santa: I am a little boy two years old and I want a ball and hatchet and a lit tle teddy bear. Thank you. Your little friend, Roland Mull ( -OODYEAR TIRES Reduced from 10 to 19 per cent. See ED McCOY; i at Pisgah forest. It jDear Santa Claus: Please bring me a dolly, and a doll (carriage and a little table and a | kitchen set and a atove and a little lamp and a doll bed and ring. Also a jset of dishes and some chairs and some candy and nuts and some or janges and a football. Your friend, Thelma Daniels ? Pisgah Forest. Dear Santa: Please bring me a little doll car riage and a doll named "Tickletoes" and a kitchen set and a ring, and a bracelet and a pair of beads and a pair of overalls and some apples and candy and nuts. Yours truly, Mary Ann Daniels Pisgah Forest. I ' Dear Santa Claus : ! I am a little boy ten years old and j I am asking you if you will please ! bring me some presents for Christ j mas. I have been a nice boy and I I have done my work well for Mother 'and Father. So will you please bring ime a pair of stockings, a sweater, a blouse, a cap and a pair of gloves and some candy and fruits. From a little boy, Melvin Mills Dear Santa Claus: When Christmas comes I want you to bring me a book satchel and a doll and a pair of boots and that is all I want you to bring me. I hope that you will bring other children; pretty things, too. Josephine Siniard Dear Santa Claus: I am a school girl fourteen years old and in the sixth grade. I go to school at Selica and my teacher's name is Mr. Henderson. I was glad to hear that you are going to be in Brevard next Thursday and sure would like to see you. As Christmas is almost here I have been studying what I should like to have for Christmas. And most of' all I had rather have a story book and a wrist watch. Sure hope you will come Christmas. Best wishes, Margaret Barton Selica. Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy nine years old. I go to school every day. I'm glad that Christmas is almost here. I'd be glad that you would bring me a scooter a pair of boots, num ber ones. I would like to have a box of caps and a cap pistol. I will be glad for anything you send me. Merry Christmas, Lane Sanders Oakland. P. S. ? Dear Santa: There is a little boy who lives near Lane that is very poor. If you can give him a pair of shoes or a sweat er or cap, Lane will take them to him. The little boy is about 12 years old. Lane's Mother aiiiEiiioiixiiiciiiciixiiiciiiciiiciiieiiiciiicmcmciiiPiiiciiicmciiiciifGfloiiEin DOING OUR BIT Due to the fact that Gyp Parts have been put over on the Auto Public, and in order to meet competition, we have Cut Labor Cost to a minimum and are installing Genuine Chevrolet Parts at less cost than you have heretofore paid for Gyp parts. We are on ly charging for our labor the small sum of Oc per hour Compare our prices ? Genuine Chevrolet Parts and Factory Trained Mechanics for a less sum than Gyp parts and incom petent mechanics. We Defy Competition | MECHANICS: ? LUTHER COOPER - FRANK GAITHER AUTO SALES CO. Brevard, N. C. Phone 42 IEU.HE3II DECEMBER VALUES At Atass* The Xmas Store Xmas is only a short way off select your Christmas Gifts now while groups are complete. Cold weather adds a new significance to Henderson ville's first Trade Day. Make it your time to come in and see the exceptional values to be found here at LEWIS'. VISIT OUR T-O-Y AND G-I-F-T DEPARTMENTS Ladies SILK HOSE Ladies' Silk Stockings ? Full Fashioned, Pure Thread Silk. 59? PR. Children SWEATERS Children's ALL WOOL Sweat ers, Slipover Style. 98c EA. NEW FALL COATS At Prices that You Want To Fay UNDERTHINGS Elastic Stepins, Wrap-Arounds and Corselettes 98c EA. MEN'S TIES Men's $1.00 Wool Lined Ties. At the Special Price of 499 EA. PAJAMAS PHILLIPS- J ONES Pajamas ? Good Quality Broadcloth. S8C SUIT i 1 1 ii in hi nniwimiinwi GALOSHES ZIPPER TWEED STYLE, for $1.25 PR. Other Galoshes as low as 98c "sweat e r s I Heavy Fleece Lined, and Part Wool, going at only 87c EA. LEWIS Department HkNDERSONVILLE, North Carolina

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