P. T. A. Organized At Mossyrock
Mossyrock, Dec. 1. - A group of parents and teachers of the grade school met and organized a Parent-Teachers Association last week. Officers are as follows: President, Mrs. Wm. Miller; vice-president, Gerald Gleen; secretary, Mrs. J. W. Shaner; treasurer, Miss Eula Kiser; program committee, Miss Mae Beusch and Mrs. Wm. Burt; entertainment, Mrs. Bertha Botzer and Mrs. J. W. Shaner. It was decided to meet monthly at the grade school house. The next meeting will be December 29. All parents interested in the welfare of their children are asked to join. There will be a social as well as a serious side to this organization.
Sacajawea To Give Play
The Sacajawea club play will be presented December 11 in the new auditorium. It is a rollicking three-act comedy, "The Wild Oats Boy." The theme hinges on the trials of the wild oats boy who tries to be good according to specifications of a will in order to inherit a fortuen. The cast includes Katie Huntting, Eva Burt, Mrs. Gerald Gleen, Bernard Martyn, Miss Roundtree, Mae Beusch, Ray Huntting, Mr. Thostenson, Mrs. Bertha Botzer, Bill Burt, Gerald Gleen, Wm. Damron and Lewis Duncan.
G. H. Speece is in a hospital, recovering from a mastoid operation performed last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Lemmon and son Verlyn of Seattle spent Thanksgiving week as guests at Rev. Dollarhide's.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner and son Billy, Miss Lillian Turner and Burton Warren of Weiser, Ida. were guests at Bernard Martyn's Thanksgiving week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tedd Donelson and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Donelson and children spent Thanksgiving at Elma, where the Donelson family held a reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hatfield spent the week end in Oregon.
Mrs. Mary Walker and Mrs. Delila Geers came from Aberdeen Friday to attend a birthday dinner in honor of Marie Walker and George Shaner, at the Rankiens home. Others present were Mrs. A. J. Shaner, Mr. and Mrs. George Shaner, Mrs. Johnnie Dunn and Miss Lois Dunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hatfield, who were recently given a shower after their home burned, wish to thank those whose presents are continuing to arrive; and especialy those whom they have been unable to thank personally.
Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, 4 Dec 1931, p. 20. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512
Transcribed by Kathryn Lester