Grafton P. T. A. Makes Ready to Aid in Relief GRAFTON, Dec: 21. OP)—At the meeting of the Grafton Parent Teacher Association, Monday evening, representatives from local organizations were • present to discuss methods of relieving distress during this winter here. Frank G. Morrison volunteered aid for anyone in need through the association. Miss Glenna Simpson reported that 15 dolls had been purchased and dressed by the Girl Scout* of Grafton and would be distributed at Christmas time. Reporting for the "toy hospital," Miss Comfort Smith said that 150 toys and dolls had been collected from residents here. Cans of paint were donated by the merchants, and brushes were loaned. The dolls were dressed by volunteers, and other aid was given in carpentry and metal-work. Assistance was offered to the com-* mlttee in charge ot arrangement) for the community Christmas tret entertainment which will be held Thursday. According to Mrs. F. O..Morrison, president of the association, no further business was transacted.'