National Affairs: Snubbed?

When women form themselves into clubs and have rules and meetings, no one can tell what they will do. What did Mrs. Cora B. Thomas, president of the New York City Federation of Women's Clubs, Inc., do? She called up Mrs. Alfred E. Smith, wife of the Democratic presidential nominee, and invited her to be guest of honor at the Federation's luncheon last week. Then she wrote to Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the wife of the Democratic nominee for Governor of New York, and asked her to make sure that Mrs. Smith had received...

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