THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1931
THE WA YN ES VTLLE MOUNTAINEER
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and nuts and fruits.
I Your friend,
Fines Creek. Mary Klrkpatricic.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am in Fines, Creek schawl. I am
eight year old and I am in the sec
I have tried : be a good girl so.
that you would corr.e to sec rr.f. I
want '- to brir.g me a doK. a ball,
. rr.e tandy. sorr.e nt-. ar.j ;oroe
Yojr frier, i.
Fa ye Greer.
1 Dear Santa:
' I am jost a wee tiny baby. I will
je or,e year old the nineteenth of
thi-s rsonth and I sure want yon to
' corce to see me and bring me a teddy
; bear suit to wear when I go to see
jmj grananiother, so I wor.'t freeze.
I have two dear grandmothers and I
i want you to go to see them to. And
' please -bring me lots of nice things
' to eat. 1 remain.
Year affectionate little wee tiny
Dea. jifi'.i Claus
-m ten years old. I nave been a
g1 g:.-. mi now I want you to briag
me -ome fruit- and a bai!, and a
doll and wme candy.
I love Santa Clauc.
Finer ( :"ek Mary Hayces.
Dear Santa Claus:
I am 7
I am, in, second grade. I am n:neD:;ng me
year- oid. I have tried to be a good 'orr.e nut?
Sir! and so I would like for you to: Your
bring me some candy, and a doll, and' Fine? Creek.
I.: tie friend,
Dear Atnta Claus:
I want y'ii to vi?;- me in school.
I have been a good girl. I am in sec
ond grade. I have had a good time
in school and I want you to bring do!
me some fruit-, jom caniy and a
Fine. Creek ' Mary Edna Greene ,Vear SaBta claus:-!' .
t have been good boys and girls.
I wan; you to orins me a gun and a
Dea: .v'an:a Claus:
I am in the second grade. I am
ten years oid. I have been a good
tnss year. vm you bring me Fine
and some fruits. !
I'ine- Creek. Faye Moore.
I ax iasi a Ihtle six year old boy. :
;acta Ciaas: ( This is my first year in school and I
years old. I want you to 'sure love my teacher. Her came is
a new oat. some casdy. j Moas Julia Tucker, and I want you to
and a doll arid a bail. ! ccroe to see me and bring me a pair
le friend, j 0f roller skates for Christmas. I .
Elizabeth Rogers, lam Foznv to be a real good boy San-'
! ta so plejuse come my way and re-:
Dear Santa Ciaas: member all the little boys and girls'
I am in Fines Creek schsel. I ! i" my room Dear Santa. !
am 7 years old and I am in. the sec- Your friends always,
ond grade. Santa, I want you to i David Pat nam,
brirg me rome candy and a ball. Hazel wood, N. C. I
A little friend, j - j
Creek. Glenn Price, j Cataloochee, N. C. ;
-.!-. December 7, 1931.
Dear Santa Claus: ,
I am a little girl 4 years old, I
on the Family Budge
C. Dec. 12, 1931, :
Lear Santa Claus:
I am -r, the second grade. I am ten
years old and I have tried to be a good ;
pin!. I want you to bring me some-
candy, and ome fruits.
eek . Ruth Ledford
and a bal
and oranges, and a
j Dear Santa C'aus: !
I am a good little boy. I want you j
! to brirr me a pair of skates and a
:oekir.g full of toys and a electri;
-.ra:n. erector set, Oiod bye.
have been a good girl and want you
to bring me a doll carriage, croll trunk,
a little piano that will play and some
I Sincerely, ,
Margaret Jane Palmer.
Dear Santa Claun
Ve are in Fines Creek -,chor,l. We
are in tne second grade. We have
been good girls and now we want
you to brine us a do!!, a, ball, and,
ome candy, ome nut.-- and some fruit' p;n
and we want you to visit us at school.'
nv iove you Aar.ta.
Mary and Georgia Hayne-.
D".tr .Santa Claug:
I an; nine years old and I am in
''he second grade.
I have tried to be a good boy. And
; I would like for you to come Christ-;n,a-
and bring me a French harp.
Creek.- James Messer.
Dear Santa Glaus:
I am in the second grade. I am
eight years old. r have tried to be a
good girl, now I want you to bring
me a doll, and some candy, some nuts
! Dear Santa Claus:
J 1 am 9 vears old. I have tried to
-jft a good boy, I want a gun and a
j ball and a knife and candy.
' Fines Creek. Lee McOaha.
Dear Santa llaus:
I am a little boy five and one half
years old. I have been sick and I am
having to stay in the hou.se all the
time this winter o I want you to
brir.jr me a dump truck, one I can
li'ie in, a cap pistol and holder and
some candy. You can give my nuts
and oranges fo some other little boy.
Please don't forget my little brother,
Thomas, this Xmas. He is eighteen
months old and a sweet boy.
Love to you,
Chas. Bonner Ray
Quality Bright For
Coming Poultry Year
Frequently people who come to the telephone offi'
a telephone, tell u they hav fojn J that there is n
in trying to et aljn -:'roi;t the service. Its
vantages, they ay, tar outweigh the small cost. ,
Doing without telephone service th-iy exolait. !.. : ,i
the social activities of the wuole fan.ily a..a i cur:.:
opportunities to' enjoy life.
Trying to do without a telephone had resulted n
gaining a more appreciative understanding of the true v
of the service. So they arranged the ia.u.ly budget to a,,...
The advantages of a telep'
merous and the cost so very s:.
to try to do without it.
j.i in the hore
..1 titat it reli j u...
Dear Sant Claase:--I
am in Fine Creek school. I
and mme fruits. You try to come to! H years old and I am in the second
rne at Christmas. (grade. I have been as good boy this
rour little iriend, year. I wish you wnould bring me a
Mnes Crt-ek. OUie Sutton, ball and a gun and a knife and candy
HELLO. FOLKS! I've been asked to
write a little speech for you. Be
lieve me or not, I will not receive a cent
for it, but 1 do want it to direct your at
tention to Bon Marche, '; Ashe vi He's..
Quality Christmas Store. I'm glad to
write you, because after all I'm only a
woman and love to talk about my fa
vorite store. Ever since I can remem
ber, my mother has been taking me to
Bon Marche (because that is her fa
vorite store, too)
and of all the times
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1 oeueve l m en
joying this Christ
mas season most.
If your family is
like mine, Christ
mas is apt to be
a big item. But
Mother says it isn't
so difficult at Bon
Marche. There are
gifts for Dad, for
Brother and Older
Sister gifts for
all the uncles, and
aunts, and grand
parents gifts for
Mother's friends and Dad's business
associates. Mother says she's found
things so modest in price that she's been
able to slip in some extra gifts for her
self and me. And of course. I like that
but here's what I started to say
Christmas is only a few days off, and if
vour local merchant hasn't it, corrte
over to Asheville and enjoy shopping in
Dear Santa Claus:
I am a little boy three years old.
I want you to please bring me a
wagon, ball, set of tools, tractor and
a picture book. Bring . me trui's,
luts and candies.
JOE R. TERRELL
Waynesvilie, N. C, R. 4,
Dear Santa Claus:
rij i ...
riese onng me a doll, a suit case.
some clothes for my doll, a doll car
riage, a tricycle, some nuts, candy,
apples, oranges and bananas.
With love, your little friend,
Jane Dudley Francis.
Dear Santa Claus;
I hope you will receive this letter.
I have been a very good little girl.' I
am eight years old and in the third
-'rude at school.
Sants, 1 wan: you to bring me a
big Soil, a rocking chair, pair of bed
;r. -slippers, handkerchiefs, tea se:
: a-'rir.sr, Erin? n-.c 'lit' of fruits,
- .-n--j candies:
Thank. a dot
SARA PHYLLIS TERRELL.
Waynesvilie, N. C. R. 4
Crabtree. X. C.
e girl yjst three vears
'. i,. an i i art! sriocl anq i
r; .-'.it'v. hie. a;k mv mother.
b: :r. ; nice doll and bed.
. With love,
MARY JANE McCRARY.
Crabtree, X. C
r Santa Claus:
! a-, a li't'e irirl 7 years old, have
;--:d hard in school, l am in the
'''vi grade. Please bring me a
rtf-r.t-tr.- rea table and chairs, and
" r Jy. oranges.
LORE X A McCRARY.
important facer in th.
success or failure of '.he coni.ng
poultry year is the baby chicks .
! oe hau-ie i or purchased.
''The present days poultryma:..
whether engnged in the busines.
commercially or simply as n. farm
flock owner, or whether he is new to
the business or has had years o.
experience, must give attention t-
'the quality of his baby chicks," says
Roy S. Dearsyne, head of the pou. try
department at Stat College. "1:
tnese chicks are not of proven bloc.;,
no amount of expensive equipment,
care in feeding or careful manage
ment will put this quality into ;h:
birds, It must be transmitted t
them by the parent steck."
By qualiy, Prof. Dearstyne point:
out, he means that the chicks be from
flocks of high vitality, carefully
chosen for production and conforma
tion to the standard of the bree.i, an.
from blood-tested parents, if possi
ble. Such chicks are to be found only
in hatcheries which have a careful.;,
chosen source of supply, or from
flock owners who have proven then,
selves capable of developing such
, Dearstyne looks for an increa."
in poultry glowing in -North Caro-mean-f
there will be a demand lor
baby chicks. Some will purcha-e o
a Dl'lCf !:l-.i withnnf rpifjvl r,v
, . .. " 1
quaiuy and onng iiisease and low
production-, into .their pre- en: 'lock.-.
Svime will be misled by enticing a.!-verti.-enlents
and will : end. , 'order-
without lirst. investigating the con
ditions, '.'it would be Wise, thi-ni;
the p.-u'lryman, !'., th.o.-'e who con
template' buying frcmi ou; i,'t-
North Carolina to first take up Wit!
state, the status of the sou ice :
"ie fjilowing letter was handed
Santa C!au3 here Monday bv a
';.' girl who incisted in giving it
t- Santa personally and was so ex
cited that she forgot to sign her
name. Santa gave it the reporter
to print: ;: ,
Dear Santa Claus:
Please bring me a doll with curly
hair and a doll trunk.
A LITTLE GIRL.
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Dear Santa Claus: :
M.other says if we will be good you
win come to see us, so we are going
to oe good. We do not want much
but please bring us a scooter and a
wagon, also candy, oranges, bananas
Christine and David Rogers.
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Comha n y
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