People, Apr. 29, 1935

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

No sooner had the Daughters of the American Revolution bustled into Washington's Constitution Hall for their annual convention and received a stern admonition from President Roosevelt not to "idly enjoy the vicarious fortitudes of ancestors long laid to rest" than they got down to the business of electioneering for officers. Favorite candidate to succeed short, full-bosomed Mrs. Russell William Magna as President-General was her Smith College classmate, tall, handsome Mrs. William A. Becker of New Jersey. In a rash moment Mrs. Becker once...

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