members of the Chapter copies of the circular you mentioned and I hope at the next meeting 1st Fri. in Feb to get an endorsement and a donation. I suppose the Legislature is not likely to consider the question before Feb.
Other than this work of prodding my Clubs, distributing literature and talking to men & women of influence, I will be unable to take any very active part in the campaign for sheer lack of time and strength. I am helping to start a Y. W. C. A. in Roanoke just now, and this being Biennial year my club work will be very heavy from this time on. Hence I cannot undertake to get together a committee nor to head one for the college work. Anything I can do through my