In 1929 or 1930, I was in the 2nd grade at the Solomonville, Arizona school. At Christmas time, we drew names to exchange gifts. Maria Peru from San Jose drew my name and she embroidered a little doilly for me. It has red flowers and green leaves. She said her mother chocheted the edging. I have keeped this cherished little gift all these many years. We left Solomonville in 1932, moving to Northern Arizona. That was during the Depression. I have often wondered about Maria, who she married and if she is still alive. If any one knows her, or anything about her, I'd love to know, as I'd love to let her know I still have the precious doilly.
Nancy E. Place Brown