Interview with Jeannette Rankin after she won her first seat seat in Congress
An Intimate Pen Picture or Miss Jeannette Rankin Presented ty a Reporter for Tkis Newsp Wno Vas Sent Especially to Jnterviiew Her After HerElection to Congress "Miss Rankin rose to meet me. Instead of a Junoesque type of woman, I taw a slender creature with a wealth of toft, curly hair, a pair of wistful wistful dark eyes, and an expression that radiated the joy of living. The hand she extended in greeting was small and slender." By BERT LENNON. HEN a certain politician (male gender) heard that Jeannette Rankin hart beeUj elected to Congress4 Congress4 nie "llrHt' woman to sit In the House at W a h i n gton be remarked, LgJ cherry and homey. A stone fireplace adds to the coziness of the living-room. living-room. living-room. It wss in this room that I met Miss Rankin. The fireplace was piled high with biasing logs, and before It in a comfortable arm chair sat, the congrcsswoman-elect, congrcsswoman-elect, congrcsswoman-elect, reading a number of congratulatory messages. messages. The hour was unconventionally late for callers It was after 9 o'clock in 1.1 essaasJET r ti , em ' " V x i is V J t 4 - v ( X v. s 1 M V X V1 f - X X. X a. y x 1 , V, I. x 4 i e x V X 1 . N XV.-X XV.-X XV.-X x.