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LEADING FIGURES AT TONIGHT'S JAMBOREE FOR PROMINENT WOMEN BY NEWSPAPERWOMEN. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 9. THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL PRESS CLUB HAD ITS ANNUAL STUNT PARTY AND DINNER FOR THE WIVES OF PROMINENT NATIONAL FIGURES AND FOR WOMEN PROMINENT IN THEIR OWN RIGHT. THE AFFAIR IS FEATURED BY A SKIT WHICH POKES FUN AT THE DOINGS OF WOMEN IN THE NATIONAL POLITICAL SPOTLIGHT HERE, AND THIS TIME LAYS PARTICULAR EMPHASIS UPON THE FUTURE FIRST LADY. L TO R: ROSA PONSELLE, WHO SANG FOR THE GROUP; MRS. THOMAS E. DEWEY; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; RUBY BLACK, PRESIDENT OF THE CLUB; AND GRACIE ALLEN WHO IS, SHE SAYS OVER THE AIR, RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT

LEADING FIGURES AT TONIGHT'S JAMBOREE FOR PROMINENT WOMEN BY NEWSPAPERWOMEN. WASHINGTON, D.C. MARCH 9. THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL PRESS CLUB HAD ITS ANNUAL STUNT PARTY AND DINNER FOR THE WIVES OF PROMINENT NATIONAL FIGURES AND FOR WOMEN PROMINENT IN THEIR OWN RIGHT. THE AFFAIR IS FEATURED BY A SKIT WHICH POKES FUN AT THE DOINGS OF WOMEN IN THE NATIONAL POLITICAL SPOTLIGHT HERE, AND THIS TIME LAYS PARTICULAR EMPHASIS UPON THE FUTURE FIRST LADY. L TO R: ROSA PONSELLE, WHO SANG FOR THE GROUP; MRS. THOMAS E. DEWEY; MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT; RUBY BLACK, PRESIDENT OF THE CLUB; AND GRACIE ALLEN WHO IS, SHE SAYS OVER THE AIR, RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT

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