This Day in History: 1932-04-23

In the RSL Wool Week ‘all wool frock’ Competition, run by the Toodyay Sub-branch, Lindsay Thorn MLA announced at a dance, that, from twelve competitors, Alma Sinclair had been chosen as ‘Miss Toodyay’ and that Mrs. E. Brewis had been awarded the second prize. ‘Miss Toodyay,’ who wore an Albany Woollen Mill product, a maroon woollen crepe de chine with white trimmings, also gained a special prize of £1/1/ donated by Alfred James for the best frock from materials purchased locally.

Toodyay herald, 29 April 1932, p.1.
West Australian, 28 April 1932, p.10.