I Know a Great Deal More About You This Year, Santa

A few more letters to Santa Claus from the December 24, 1925 Skidmore News:

Santa Claus Letters

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa:– I am a little girl 6 years old and have been as good as little girls can be. Would like a pocket-book, some handkerchiefs, candy and nuts and a wagon. Charline Bramble.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa:– I am a little girl eight years old and try to be good as I can. I would like a handkerchief, a big sled, a doll, some candy and nuts. Wyvon Bramble.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa:– I am a little boy four years old. I want you to bring me a sled for Christmas. Delbert Eugene Shell.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa:– I wish you would bring me for Christmas, some candy, nuts, oranges, bananas, harp, overalls, shoes, overshoes, sled, skates, cap, necktie, football, violin. Your friend, Celvin S. Dill.

Monday, Dec. 21, 1925.
Dear Santa Claus:– I can hardly wait till Christmas eve. I am four years old now, and know a great deal more about you than I did last year. Please bring me a wagon and a pair of house slippers. Donald wants a good knife and Helen a pair of silk hose. You will find my stocking hanging in the same place you did last year, and Santa, please bring cousin Harold some nice things too.
Lovingly, your little friend, Betty Jane Haynes.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa Claus:– I am a little boy eight years old. Please bring me a cornet. Please bring me some figs and dates, candy and some nuts. Your little friend, Ralph Burman Merritt.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa Clause:– I am a little girls only twenty-three years of age. There is just one thing I want for Christmas. I want a new Overland car. I like Buicks and Fords fine, but I like Overlands best. I want it to have a cutout on it. Your little friend, Blanche Brown.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa Claus:– I am a little girl. I go to school. I want a pretty lumberjacket like Francis Linville’s for Christmas I also want an answer book for my geometry. Don’t forget to bring Douglas Linville a ruler and a compass, I don’t like to lend mine.
Goodbye old boy. Your best friend and customer, Lucy Twaddell.

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa Claus:– I am a little girl. I just hate boys, they make me tired. I want a green dress with pink trimmings. I want a pair of cross-word stockings like Helena Goslee’s and a pink pair like Evelyn Logan’s. This is all till next year.
Goodbye, Georgia Ashbrook. P. S. — I am sending you one packages of kisses. Smack! Smack!

Skidmore, Mo., Dec. 17, 1925.
Dear Santa Claus:– I like you very much. I want a pair of glasses and a pair of buckle goloshes for Christmas. Goodbye, Mildred Myers.
P. S. — Dont’ forget to bring Helena Goslee a wide belt.