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t» a» d , t" i lab( cen -God Bless Them! Bess other ·onle of Ame'rlca 0 , "loZ' face. First Lady, to be a second Eleanor To And Succeeding to. a dozen years ol I » ialher js Q po|)u reccdenl-shatterlng activities °y mcrn ber of the Pi Beta- Ph virs. Franklin D. Roosev.ll, the i»r n, ^ ^^ |n ^ cw First Lady may find the spot- mwlim i organizations an ght uncomfortably bright. CVQn ts and docs not lack for f u n . Until her husband's n TM' n j''°' 1 she asp ires to a muBlcal career, i resiaoniu__ 10 voice has j^,, n( , arl j · season productions of r Opera Company. Still, It's an even bet that Mary margaret Truman may be the First President's daughter to be White House bride since Prcsl- Flnal made o be may Tuesday. "-- In participation state rley Ight months ago as JT«IU»..II --- toosevelt's fourth term running^" mate, Bess Wallace Truman was ust another Senator's wife. She rose early each morning to ='· get breakfast* for him and their Mar, HJIM, ^14y.»-n.w..«» -- ·· -- - - - - ----- IIICI IQIIIEI .iu^ ".-- » · - - ---Mrs. Truman served as secrc-l ount j or ner CV cry penny. He has said Trumans used to speech or . ..iry tor her hutband. that he never made a drew up a report without inlversily student daughter. ^ Do Own Housework Ident Wilson's time. Mother and daughter did all the Aspirants for her hand- -. lousework in the Trumans 'i ve -] nom j a t s _mighl like to know .that ·oom, (120-a-month apartment^ | ner father has taught^her to ac- spem l h^r|long"su~frirncr vacations at their - - - · · , ... - ""Missouri home, built by Mrs. Tru ·editing. man's grandfather. That may no At that time the Trumans us- be so risible now. ually spent evenings quietly a youngster, Hurry S. Tru home. He would work. Or he andl "» « * schoolbooks for Hes Margaret would ploy piano duets. "'"'.' l " Thcy wiu cdebrale their Now, it th ** ^j 11 ;j^y u TMering!2«h wedding anniversary in June i n ' t h e cast room of the White House by strumming on the geor- gous, glided concert grand. Mrs. Truman got Her first sample of the arduous obligations of the natoii's first families at In- ney clllzcns $400000 election '1. will senatorial for Jr., county El. D. cutor The ssue pecial porate t let gram. e naoii | augural functions January 20. For I literally hours she stood beside I Mrs. Roosevelt to greet more than |h,500 people. Today In Rosedale Mrs. Maiirino B. King Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Welslian. Enlertaln set main p. ton t towns Drug Store- Glen WO neople r. an . Although Mrs. Roosevelt show- Mr. and Mrs. W A. Welshnns _ _ M i u ** . . . . _ , ^ * I ____ __ . __ i n l.. n ^ a teitlr fnpnfls at ttletr ·i Aiinuugn i»i.». ,i»""«^»^*. ^..«.- I ed Mrs. Truman n trick of knee- flexing to spare her fatigue, the new vice-president's wife found t the occasion exhausting. IVII. il'JtJ !***· ' - ' entertained a few friends at their lomc Thursday evening, complimenting Captain Hamilton Shnt- tuck ond Lieut. Joe Eddins. Other auests were Mrs. Spencer Wells, booth Hall. spot countywide

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 15 Apr 1945, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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