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SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE TO MEET There will be a meeting of the Pulaski equal-suffrage committee (Saturday) evening at the home of Mrs. Willia mGilmer for the purpose of electing a chairman, vice-chairman and secretary. Miss Hanna J. Price, of Morristown, Tenn., who has been very prominent in Tennessee suffrage circles as vice-president of the Equal Suffrage League of Tennessee, will be in Pulaski for several days as the guest of relatives, and will address the meeting tomorrow night. The committee, which is composed of ladies appointed by Mrs. B. B. Valentine upon the occasion of her recent visit, urges all who are interested in the question of equal suffrage to attend this meeting. the personnel of the committee is as follows: Mrs. William Gilmer, Mrs. Howard Gilmer, Mrs. Walter Price, Mrs. David Agnew, Mrs. G. G. McGavock, Mrs. F. E. Bunker,, Mrs. Clarence Painter, Mrs. Lewis Smith, Mrs. John Howard, Mrs. Hoge Trolinger, Miss Charlotte Trolinger, Mrs. B. H. Baldwin, Mrs. W. H. McCormick, Mrs. Ella Wood, Mrs. J. H. Crowell, Mrs. Robert Garham, Mrs. A. B. Hunt, Mrs. Lelia Lucas, Mrs. V. F. Southern, Mrs. Emmett Miller, Miss Lillian Oglesby, Mrs. Eugene I. Ham. Oct. 2, 1916 Letters to Mrs. Barrand, Miss Roberts, Mr. Heaslip. Arranged notes for Bulletin etc. Work for Oct. 3. Copy Poetry. " Pulaski Committee. Arrange Press work
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SUFFRAGE COMMITTEE TO MEET There will be a meeting of the Pulaski equal-suffrage committee (Saturday) evening at the home of Mrs. Willia mGilmer for the purpose of electing a chairman, vice-chairman and secretary. Miss Hanna J. Price, of Morristown, Tenn., who has been very prominent in Tennessee suffrage circles as vice-president of the Equal Suffrage League of Tennessee, will be in Pulaski for several days as the guest of relatives, and will address the meeting tomorrow night. The committee, which is composed of ladies appointed by Mrs. B. B. Valentine upon the occasion of her recent visit, urges all who are interested in the question of equal suffrage to attend this meeting. the personnel of the committee is as follows: Mrs. William Gilmer, Mrs. Howard Gilmer, Mrs. Walter Price, Mrs. David Agnew, Mrs. G. G. McGavock, Mrs. F. E. Bunker,, Mrs. Clarence Painter, Mrs. Lewis Smith, Mrs. John Howard, Mrs. Hoge Trolinger, Miss Charlotte Trolinger, Mrs. B. H. Baldwin, Mrs. W. H. McCormick, Mrs. Ella Wood, Mrs. J. H. Crowell, Mrs. Robert Garham, Mrs. A. B. Hunt, Mrs. Lelia Lucas, Mrs. V. F. Southern, Mrs. Emmett Miller, Miss Lillian Oglesby, Mrs. Eugene I. Ham.

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