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Dear Santa Claus, I want a Baby Boo, and a Vanity Please bring me a doll Buggy too. I Love you, Shelley Gunnels Dear Santa, I want a baby Magic, a bar- hie car, a doll bunk bed, a poodle dog. Please bring Tam- my the same thing. I Love You, Andra White Dear Santa, Pl~e bring me a bicycle and G. I. Joe. Love, Kyle Prewitt Dear Santa, Please bring me a B B gun, a truck, and a train. Bring me a fire truck and a drag-line. Love Sidney THE MALAKOFF NEWS lristmas Section De(:ember, 1966 Ca>-aga, Texas December 14, 1966 Santa: would like some pretty Nylon gown, and robe. house shoes and a "pep- doll." Bring all the other and boys the things they With love, Mar)" Jo St:arks Waco, Texas 76711 3100 Daughtrey Ave. Santa Claus, want to tell you what we for Christmas. We have good this year, I think. two things, one is a doll and the other is set. My sister, An- wants a Midge fashion My brother, James, a football suit is black and gold. Thank you very much. Love, LaTonne Ann 5Iillican Dear Santa, I thank yeu for the gift;~ last year. This year I would like a Baby Magic doll, a Suzy ttomemaker Set and a Vanity Set. Please bring Rusty a big wagon and a truck. Lots of Ix~ve, Lana Rogers Dear Santa, ttow are )'our reindeers do- ing? My name is Ronnie Ray Thompson, age six. Say hello to Rudolph for me. Are your ells working hard ? How is Mrs Santa doing? Santa be careful driving Christmas Eve. Love, Ronnie Malakoff, Texas Box 96 Dee. 12, 1966 [)ear Santa, I want a doll for Christn:L~ and a buggy. Some d~)ll c]othes and shoes. Love, Jean Marie Parkins Dear Santa, I would like to have a th!nR" Maker and a can of Crazy foam. If you can, bring me a racing car set or a train. LK}ve, Bar~T Carson Dear Santa, Please bring me a Doctor Set, gun, Santa Sizz~r, Table top pool, Time Bomb. and a road racing set. Love, Jim Townley 14 O :,:.:.2, -2:': :i: Dear Santa Claus, I am a little boy in the ;irst grade. Please bring me a fcol- ball, suit, and a bicycle. Don't folget my brothers and sisters. I Iove you, Randall K. Skiles Dear Santa Claus, I want a bicycle and a Cheer- ful Tearful doll, a stroller and house shoes and ~)me clothes. I Iike you very much. Merry Christmas. Love, Betsy Pierce D ar Santa, I want a gun, a rifle, holster, some bullets, spurs, hat, a pair of gloves and a banjo. Love, Durrell Hopkins Dear Santa, I would like a Tenny Tiny Tears, a Give-A-Show and a Tip It. Don't forget my sis- ter and my little brother. Love, Vickey Comer December 8, 1966 Dear Santa Claus, I would like to have a foot- ball, helmet, shirt and a road race set. Please bring my brother and sister some toys too. Thank you, Lance Morman Dear Santa Claus, I would like to have a doll. I would like to have a stove. I would like to have a purse. I would like to have a watch. I would like to have a new sew- ing set. I woMd like to have a coat. Sherry Dear Santa , Please bring me a slot car race set, a guitar, a Johnny Seven O. M. A, and a Zero M Pocket Shot. Love, Carman Allen t Dear Santa Claus, i have been a good M}y this year. Please bring me a G. l Joe set, B B Gun, Racer Set, a portable TV for my room and please don't forget the other little ~ ~ys and girls in Malakoff. Your little friend, Mark Emerine P. S. Please come see my little brother David a.o~. Thank you. Me~luite, Texas Dear Santa, I am a three year old boy and I have been real good for Christmas. I would like for you to bring me a truck and trailer, and a gun and holster. Please don't forget my sister, Kristi. She would like a doll that cries. I love you, Tommy D. Davis Malakoff, Texas Dear Santa, I am a little boy six years old. For Christmas I would like a train set or race car set. I would also like to have some army men and some G. I. Joe Equipment. Your little friend, Donny Perkins Malakoff, Texas Dear Santa, I am a little boy six years old. I have tried to be good. Please bring me a "Johnny Eagle" gun set and a bicycle for my sister and me together. Also bring Vicki and Teresa some baby dolls and dishes. I love you, Jerry Wayne Jones ( Santa's sleigh is packed and ready to go. His sacks are bulging w ith surprises for arl the little ones his helpers are, wrapping the last of the trucks, dolls and other goodies. This holiday season is just about over for us, too, and we want to thank a I1 our friends for making it a happy one. To you our sincere Christmas greeting along with the wish for a happy holiday. EVERY ITEM WE SELL I.q, GUARANTEED TO YOUR SATISFACTION fiR MONEY BACK. il i ;i "" :4 !ii i!ii?ii!i Br@t holly on the door calls out a Merry Christma to all who pass. This happy custom of festive decoration at Yuletide is an old one, and continues to brine cheer to old and young alike. Dear Santa, I have been, a pretty good boy this year and I will try to be better next year. Please bring a guitar, a Daniel Boone gun and a Silly Safari game, and remember my little broth- er, John Patrick. Love, Clint Cross Dear San*a, I have tried to be a goo~ girl, if you think I have, please bring me a Baby teenie talk with clothes, a game, dishes, and something for my dog, Tinker. Love, Gay McSweeney Althml& .:. Texas The first "true" Christ- mas in America was cele- brated three-hundred and forty-four years ago, in Jamestown. As you enjoy the wonderful experience of making others happy at Christ- mastlme, may yc, u also find a little extra bit of happ/ness for yourself. The wonderful traditions of the Yuletide are rich in blessings and it is our hope that you will receive the fullest measure at this glad season. For your fine patronage for your warm friendships for your thoughtful consideration we say thanks. It has been good to know and serve you in the past and we look forward to many more years of association. In Poland and Hungary, the first star must appear in the heavens Christmas Eve, before dinner can be served. Christmas Much More Than Tinsel and Toys Getting ready for Christ- mas can be a hectic and busy affair. Is it any won- der, then, that oft-times the true meaning of Christmas is lost completely buried under the tinsel, tissue pap- er and turmoil. This year, why not try to make your holidays dif- ferent by going back to the fundamental reason for Christmas: to celebrate the birthday of the Infant Jesus, who came down to earth to save men's souls. Why not think of Him this year and plan your cele- bration to include family worship and attendance at church. O~.1m . And if you have children, there is no present you could give more lasting and vital, than to resolve to of- fer them the gift of faith this year. Start by pointing out to the family that Christmas began as a religious feast. It is literally Christ's mass, when all the Christian world celebrates the birth of the Saviour in the stable at Bethlehem. You might get one of the beautifully illustrated children's books about the Infant Jesus and read it aloud to the family. East Highway 31 he fli ; through the Yes. it's just about time for that jolly little man in red to make his annual flight to visit all his friends, We hope he is especially good to you this Christmas season. Your friendship and loyalty has made the past year a happy one for us and so we extend to you our wishes for the merriest Christmas ever. 1 The H. F. Warren Family T'rimdad, Texas It's a story that one never grows tired of hearing. You might tell the children, that in the same way that the Magi brought gifts and adored the Lord, you will all go to church and bestow your gifts of prayers and hymns at His feet on Christmas morning. SURE -- INSU-I ' Dial HU 9- il Offices in Malakoff and Trinidad