|Catalog Number||MAG 1922.03|
|Title||General Federation News, March 1922|
General Federation Clubwoman, March 1922
Senators should hear from home-state folk; p.1.
Mrs. Hughes accepts office on committee of Foreign relations; p.1.
Low rates, alluring surroundings promised; p.1.
Make good pictures pay to reform movies/ by Woodallen Chapman; p.2.
Clubwomen as authors of magazine articles; p.2.
Mrs. Hays nominated for national secretary; p.2.
A "Maine" feature for year book data; p.2.
Buy a bolt of cotton goods to help business; p.2.
Women serve as 'cops' to keep children safe; p.3.
Slides of New Zealand and lecturer available; p.3.
Clubwomen approve muscle shoals plan; p.3.
Enlist youth in ranks of clubdom says leader; p.3.
Cinema to picture Federation at work; p.3.
Conference on state parks called for May 22nd-25th; p.3.
Club and Organization news; p.4.
Bureau helps solve many home problems; p.5.
New York clubwomen plan conservation week; p.5.
Rhode Island clubs lead civic campaign; p.5.
New committee to work for the ex-serviceman; p.5.
Wants names of pastors interested in good films; p.5.
Vocational educators; p.5.
New Yorker gives $5,000 to headquarters fund; p.6.
Pan-American women delegates appointed; p.6.
Law-enforcement league outlines active program; p.6.
American citizenship programs outlined; p.6.
Club leaders appointed on educational survey; p.6.
Mrs. Pennybacker on tour: accepts new appointment; p.6.
Are you for or against the Fordney Tarriff bill?; p.7.
Christian association to meet in Hot Springs; p.7.
Harmonizing dry code wanted in Massachusetts; p.7.
Asks that America lighten Austria's debt; p.7.
Course on public funds outlined for club study; p.7.
Mrs. Winter in Florida; p.7.
A club for every New Hampshire woman; p.8.
Previous stories continued; p.8.
Winter, Alice Ames
Pennybacker, Anna J. Hardwicke
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