People: Nov. 8, 1926

Had they been interviewed, some people who figured in last week's news might have related certain of their doings as follows:

Mrs. Woodrow Wilson: "Last week I re-entered society for the first time in five years, by attending a formal tea given for me in Washington by the Women's National Democratic Club. All my hostesses demonstrated their knowledge of politics to the satisfaction of Democratic party chieftains, who were also present. I wore a Paris hat, which has a rhinestone buckle, my double strand of pearls, falling almost to my waist, and a bouquet...

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