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NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL HELD IN ST.LOUIS.
 
NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL HELD IN ST.LOUIS.
 
The Citizenship Department of the National League of Women Voters celebrated ratification in a unique way last week by holding a National Training School for field workers. While the whistles and and bells of St. Louis were proclaiming the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment in a nation wide celebration women from nine states of the Union were completing a week's intensive training in organization and citizenship, preparing to leave immediately for various sections of the United States to carry the gospel of good citizenship to the new woman voter.
 
The Citizenship Department of the National League of Women Voters celebrated ratification in a unique way last week by holding a National Training School for field workers. While the whistles and and bells of St. Louis were proclaiming the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment in a nation wide celebration women from nine states of the Union were completing a week's intensive training in organization and citizenship, preparing to leave immediately for various sections of the United States to carry the gospel of good citizenship to the new woman voter.
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When the women throughout the country became convinced that, in spite of irritating delays, the thirty-sixth state would ratify in time for them to vote at the presidential elect-ion November 2nd., the citizenship department in St. Louis was swamped with requests for field directors to establish and con-duct citizenship schools through the various states.
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As a result, Mrs.

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NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL HELD IN ST.LOUIS. The Citizenship Department of the National League of Women Voters celebrated ratification in a unique way last week by holding a National Training School for field workers. While the whistles and and bells of St. Louis were proclaiming the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment in a nation wide celebration women from nine states of the Union were completing a week's intensive training in organization and citizenship, preparing to leave immediately for various sections of the United States to carry the gospel of good citizenship to the new woman voter. When the women throughout the country became convinced that, in spite of irritating delays, the thirty-sixth state would ratify in time for them to vote at the presidential elect-ion November 2nd., the citizenship department in St. Louis was swamped with requests for field directors to establish and con-duct citizenship schools through the various states. As a result, Mrs.