49 Make Toledo Honor Roll
Toledo, Dec. 2. - The honor roll for the second six weeks period contains the names of 49 students, an increase of seven overt the first six weeks' period. Students with the highest averages follow: Seniors, Alice Brown 95.5; juniors, Sally Lund, 93.75; sophomores, Harold Rogers, 96.75; freshmen, Taima Koski and Eleanor Grant, 96.25 each. The complete list: Seniors, Alice Brown, Frieda Krause, Elma Piri, Flora Shepardson, George Browns, Cecil Oslon, Hilma Hurst, Lois Williams, Aune Kangas and Ray Fox. Juniors, Sally Lund, Mabel Boone, Eva Linwood, Myrtle Kramer, Eureka Presnell, Claire Holmes, Francis Thorne Shirley Smith, Delores Inman, Ida Inman and Renea Keating. Sophomores, Harold Rogers, Orval Washburn, Bernice Ratcliff, Claude McKinney, Josephine Hopp, Melba Pahl, Gilberta Caldwell, Sylvia Krusor, Florence Boone, May Bowlsby, Thora Aboen and Pauline Herren. Freshmen, Elinor Grant, Taimi Koski, Wilma Buswell, Eva Byrd, Frieda Blake, Cora Blaine, Mary Flukiger, Elsie Boyer, Ellen Buswell, Jennie Rogers, Tillie Zinn, Louise Wicklund, Linda Oja, Ann Kramer, Helena Johanson and Lawrence Omeg.
Woman's Club Meets
The Toledo Woman's club met Tuesday at Mrs. M. B. Boyles' home. The demonstration was quilts. many beautiful ones were exhibited by Mesdames Boyles, Brewer, Brauer, Packard and Keating. The one shown by Mrs. Keating was seventy-five years old. Mrs. Brewer's topic was "Spain" and her talk was very interestingly interspersed with readings from travels and with pictures passed around. Mrs. Boyles served delicious refreshments. The next meeting will be held in the evening, December 15, at Mrs. J. B. Ryan's home. Each lady is expected, to bring a husband (either her own or some one else's). Those enjoying Mrs. Boyles' hopitality [stet] were Mesdames Packard, Ryan, Grey, Brewer, Monson, Nelson, Bickford, Champ, Johnson, Keating, Brauer, Yates and Herriford. Miss Ackley and J. S. Ryan.
Toledo high played its last scheduled football game at Cathalamet Thanksgiving day, losing 39-0.
The Girls' club chairman has been appointed. Pauline Herren in charge of the program. Josephine Hopp chairman of the social committee, Bernice Ratcliff in charge of finances.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bershaw of Eugene, Ore. visited over Thanksgiving at the Ray Winters home.
Mel Omeg of Kirkland spent the holidays with his parents, L. Omeg and family.
John Rajala, who is teaching at Duamish, spent the Thanksgiving holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rajala.
Mrs. Glen Comer of Eugene, Ore. was a guest of Ray Winters and family this week.
Mrs. Richardson of Spokane visited over Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Cox and family.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Emger entertained at Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Woods and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Formally of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. George Blackstone and sons Billy and Bobby of Kelso, Mrs. Lillian Smith, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Ferrier, Mr. and Mrs. L. Enger and Clyde Ferrier.
Clyde Gray and Earl Omeg came from Forest Grove, Ore. where they are attending school to visit home folks over the holidays.
Lone Yew Grange drill team gave a dance Saturday to raise funds to purchase a new piano for the hall. A number of outside Grange members and friends were invited and the evening was an enjoyable one.
Z. A.Dyche is ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. D. Howell.
Guests over the holidays at the R. S. Gray home were Mr. and Mrs. George Gray and two daughters of Tillamook, Ore. and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Gray and daughter Miss Helen of Portland.
At Cowlitz Prairie Grange last Thursday evening an open meeting was enjoyed by a large number of visitors. A social evening followed, with dancing and refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Brooks and son Denny of Carlton, Ore. were guests at C. M. Adams' home over the Thanksgiving holidays.
Miss Esther Lyon of San Francisco arrived Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Lottie Lyon and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacques announce the birth of an eight pound daughter, Sunday, November 29.
Mr. and Mrs. l. M. Hammerly entertained at dinner Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hammerly and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hammerly of Falls City, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ivon Wilson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hammerly of Skamokawa, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hedges, miss Vivian hedges and Willard Hancock.
Mrs. Lucy Steinberger returned home Monday from Silverton, Ore. where she spent the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. T. T. Leonard and family and John Steinberger.
Source: The Chehalis Bee-Nugget, 4 December 1931, page 3. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Boulevard South, Tumwater, WA. 98512
Transcribed by Kathryn Lester