People: May 14, 1928

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

The widows of two onetime U. S. Presidents made journeys last week.

Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, 67, wearing a dress of black brocaded silk, black kid gloves, black hose, black suede slippers, motored from her home in Oyster Bay, Long Island, to Brooklyn, where she addressed 500 women of the Needlework Guild at the Flatbush Congregational Church. Said she: "As we sit comfortably in the pleasant twilight, we must remember that the twilight does not last until morning."

Mrs. Benjamin Harrison, 70, went from...

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