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Jaw bone doggling, Wash. D.C. These Democratic party leaders are forming an army of political amazons to go out into the field and fight for the retention of the present administration at the next presidential election. Mrs. Hugh Butler, center, wife of the Commercial Attache at the U.S. Embassy at London, is instructor in a special course of political public speaking. On the left is Mrs. Samuel Herrick, chairman of the Public Speaking program of the Women's division of the National Democratic party, and on the right is Mrs. George M. Eckels, vice president of the Women's National Democratic club, 11/26/35

Jaw bone doggling, Wash. D.C. These Democratic party leaders are forming an army of political amazons to go out into the field and fight for the retention of the present administration at the next presidential election. Mrs. Hugh Butler, center, wife of the Commercial Attache at the U.S. Embassy at London, is instructor in a special course of political public speaking. On the left is Mrs. Samuel Herrick, chairman of the Public Speaking program of the Women's division of the National Democratic party, and on the right is Mrs. George M. Eckels, vice president of the Women's National Democratic club, 11/26/35

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