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Christmas Edition. NEW.BANNER, Section 1, Page 8 LETTERS TO SANTA Dear Santa, Please bring me a Green- machine and I want one of those little cars you drive. Thats all I want. Love, Chris Riddle Malakoff Dear Santa, Bring me some cars and trucks, a dump truck and some candy. Love, Arthur Walker Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Walkie-talkie, a choo-choo train set and a pistol gun. Love, Bill Bowden III Malakoff Dear Santa, I would like a Hawk Suit and a Hawk doll, a Robbin and a Agura Man, too. Love, Carey Peach Malakoff Dear Santa, Please bring me a dolly that drinks bottle and eats baby food. Love, Krystal Shangan Malakoff Dear Santa, Bring me a bicycle, a racing set, and a real horse. Love, Vanoid Dawson Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Holly-Hobby oven, a bike, and a Tender loving- kissing Dell. Bring some clay and thats all. Love, April Steddum Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a bicycle, train set and car. Love, Welton Bailey Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a racing track set and I want a hand cuff set with a police badge. Love, Chris Hardy Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Baby-that-away and a sewing machine and a game. Love, Tara Johnson Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Baby-alive. Love, Remona Walker Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Dolly that walks and pushes blocks over, some new colors and coloring books and doll clothes. Love, Lawana Gray Malakoff Dear Santa, Please me for Christmas one of those race car sets that glows in the dark. Love, Jason Watts Malakoff Dear Santa, I want something funny, that walks, and a baby-that- away. Love, Kay Dobecka Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a train set'and a toy gun. Love, Jerry Paul Sayas Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a bicycle and a baby-that-away. Love, Angela Smith Malakoff Dear Santa, I can't think of nothing I want so just bring me what you like, Love. Jessie Ray Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a red truck that opens a gate, a racing set and a van. Love, Troy Wymore Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Kick-and-go, a Baby-that-away, a train set and a little dolly that kisses. Love, Julie Grimes Malakoff Dear Santa, I want a Green Machine, an automatic train and a you-drive and redord player. Love, Bobby Lawler Malakoff Dear Santa, I would like a Raggy Ann and Andy clock and a baby doll. Love, Kecia Thompson Malakoff MALAKOFF FEED & SUPPLY Custom Mix Feed Bag or Bulk. Evergreen Feed. Farm & Ranch Supplies. ProLix & USS Ag Chem. Check Web Us for Competitive Prices. 126 S. Temj 4890357 ! Best wishes of.the season to all friends and neighbors. Beauty Salo & Gift Shop ' 489-0701 Melinda Monroe :t /, I Betty Matthews} Owners Caney PASCHAL HOME We Honor All Burial Policies PHONE489.1 ..... . ......... i n I[ SUPPLIES CENTER W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hwy. 31 E. Phone Malakoff 489-0527 SP.... Sue Barnett For HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBIL[ INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employers National. Motors Insurance Corp. L INSURANCE AGENCI 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. THE COUNTY COURTHOUSE As you travel the roads of Texas, in fact throughout the You'll come to towns called county seats. Where an impressive building stands. It's called the count)' courthouse, that's the title which lde bears; Proud guardian of the records of the peoples' hopes and era'el. lter lawn may have a statue of a boy in grey or blue, And if she's somewhat modern and perhaps a little new, It may be a 1918 doughboy or a lad of World War 11. She's the emblem of our freedom, this building on the square, With her clock and sometimes pigeons, as she looks so  tbore. it's the place where names are recorded, when baby comes to make us glad. And here the last notation is written when death's angel makes us sad. It's the place the youngsters head for, when they prepai'e to say, | vow. And it's the showdown place for trouble, that wrinkles many a brow. It's the bastion of our freedom, where it may be jail or bail And it's where neighbor judges neighbor on justice' lawhd ale. llere you will find the judge, and sheriff and of course you will  the eim'kL It's America's best example of how "grass roots democracy" works. A salute to the count)' courthouse, and a lusty eheer, For a symbol of our freedom and the traditions we hold so dear. Perhaps it's wrong for poets to give her a feminine touch,  But in a way she mothers, things that touch our lives so milch. God bless the countycourthouse, and please always keep it near, Lord. keep it always open. and keep its purpose clear. -Printed by permission 1975 WINSTON REAGAN COUNTY JUDGE JOE DAN FOWLER COUNTY CLERK BILLY BANDY COUNTY ATTORNEY KEITH HEARN TAX ASSESSOR & COLLECTOR WAYNE LAWRENCE DISTRICT JUDGE MELVIN VWilTAKER DISTRICT ATTORNEY BILL GREEN DISTRICT ATTORNEY JIM BLAKENEY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT I J.W. BROWNLOW LELIA MAE GARNER COUNTY SHER IFF DISTRICT CLERK JANE TAYLOR COUNTY mEASURER JACK HOLLAND DISTRICT JUDGE