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Women's Press Club skit instructs future first ladies on how to get along. Washington, D.C., March 11. America's next first lady, whoever she may be, was last night instructed on how to be successful in a skit presented by the Women's National Press Club during an annual stunt party. The skit runs through different satiric phases of women in national politics and ends with the president being offered the job of president of Mars with the biggest WPA project yet--to fix up a wireless so that Mrs. Roosevelt can wire her column back to earth. Wives of practically every contendor for the presidental nomination were guests, and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke off-the-record to the members and guests. 1 - Mrs. Smith goes to Washington as a new senator, and learns her first lessons from the taxi driver who picks her up at Union Station. '..Don't you keep a letter file-keep an incinerator, Senator.' Driver, Katherine Wilson of the Des Moines Register and Tribune; Mrs. Smith, Emma Budbee, N.Y. Herald-Tribune

Women's Press Club skit instructs future first ladies on how to get along. Washington, D.C., March 11. America's next first lady, whoever she may be, was last night instructed on how to be successful in a skit presented by the Women's National Press Club during an annual stunt party. The skit runs through different satiric phases of women in national politics and ends with the president being offered the job of president of Mars with the biggest WPA project yet--to fix up a wireless so that Mrs. Roosevelt can wire her column back to earth. Wives of practically every contendor for the presidental nomination were guests, and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt spoke off-the-record to the members and guests. 1 - Mrs. Smith goes to Washington as a new senator, and learns her first lessons from the taxi driver who picks her up at Union Station. '..Don't you keep a letter file-keep an incinerator, Senator.' Driver, Katherine Wilson of the Des Moines Register and Tribune; Mrs. Smith, Emma Budbee, N.Y. Herald-Tribune

 
 

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