Posted by: campkehonka | December 24, 2011

Goose Quills, Special Christmas Edition

A thousand thanks again to Gretchen Hurlburt Thompson, who sent me her Kehonka ephemera earlier this year. This edition of Goose Quills is from December 1949. Enjoy!

Goose Quills Christmas Edition 1949

Camp Kehonka Goose Quills Christmas Edition 1949

Camp Kehonka Goose Quills Christmas Edition 1949

And, remember:

….Christmas means gay laughter among children and all who are young at heart; wonderment even by sheep, cows and a donkey at a creche scene; white snow, sleigh bells and church bells; groups of carol singers; mysterious visits by a jolly, roly-poly fellow with a white beard, red suit and a huge sack of candies, gingerbread men, fir-balsam treese and toys; gifts, especially for less fortunate neighbors far and near; deep feelings of love, hope and faith;¬† – all honoring the birth of Christ whose life should inspire in each of us unbounded good will toward everyone.

May you and yours have a Very Merry Christmas!

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