National Affairs: A Lot of Fun

An airplane from Reno to Chicago one day last week contained among its passengers the President's second son Elliott. Elliott had just been divorced from Elizabeth Donner Roosevelt, whom he married in January 1932, and by whom his son William Donner was born last November. Visiting in Chicago when he arrived were Mrs. Joseph Boynton Googins of Fort Worth, Tex., and" her dark-haired daughter, Ruth Josephine.

Next day Elliott met his sister Anna Dall coming from New York by train. They went to Miss Googins' hotel, to take her and her mother to A...

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