Image from page 352 of "The uplift [serial]" (1909)
Title: The uplift [serial]
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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THE WEEK BEFORE CHRISTMAS Tis the week before Christmas and every night. As soon as the children are snuggled up tightAnd have sleepily murmured their wishes and prayers. Such fun as goes on in the parlor downstairs!For Father, Big Brother and Grandfather too. Start in with great vigor their youth to renew.The games are unwrapped and directions are read And they play till its long past their hour for bed. They try to solve puzzles and each one enjoys The magical thrill of mechanical toys.Even Mother must play with a doll that can talk, And if you assist it, is able to walk.Its really no matter if paint may be scratched, Or a cog wheel, a nut, or a bolt gets detached; The grown-ups are having great fun—all is well; The children dont know it, and Santa wont tell. —Author Unknown — Published Monthly By —THE PRINTING CLASS OF THE STONEWALL JACKSON MANUAL TRAINING AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLCONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA CONTENTS EDITORIAL COMMENTS 3-6 BIRTHDAYS 7 NEWS OF THE CAMPUS 8-10 MR. SA
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