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Report of Staunton League. 1915 - Richmond, Va President Mrs. W. W. King Vice President Mrs. Jacob Yost Secretary Miss Lucy Catlett Treasurer Mrs. K. R. N Stout The first event of importance was a visit to the League from Mrs, Kate Waller Barret who spoke in the ball room of the Virginia Hotel, Wednesday, Jan 26th, to an enthusiastic audience of nearly four hundred people. Many signatures were secured. on the 26th of February Mr. McDowell, pastor of Emmanuel Church, spoke at the residence of Mrs. Yost on your Girl and Mine. He was heard with vast attention by a crowded house and a committee was appointed to make arrangements to bring the moving picture to Staunton. May 5th the picture was shown here and Mrs. Putney spoke between sets afternoon and evening. There was a record breaking house at night. The interest was great and many who had never given suffrage a thought began to consider it seriously. On Thursday, Sept. 2nd, Mrs. Valentine spoke at the Shenandoah fair grounds from an automobile. Just as many people as could come with the sound of her voice were crowded