WOMEN: Indoor Girl

No outdoor girl is Mrs. Harvey Seeley Mudd, 48, wife of a Los Angeles mining engineer. Tall, dark, slender, until five years ago Mrs. Mudd was a typical society matron, noted for her large & lavish parties, her charitable activities, her ancient Roman jewelry (dug up in Cyprus). But five years ago Mrs. Herbert Hoover (who has become as well-known an ad for the Girl Scouts as Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt is for the airlines) suggested that the Girl Scouts be revitalized by people with fresh viewpoints, named Mrs. Mudd as a natural...

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