Signs of the Times

["The Right Kind of July 4," from the Woman Citizen, New York, N. Y.]

The General Federation of Women's Clubs is hard at work to celebrate it [the Fourth of July] as "Citizenship Day," with a meaning and a value even greater than their efforts gave to it last year. Their conception is that "America's greatest anniversary" shall be a day of consecration to the finest American ideals for all classes of Americans—the native-born and the newcomers. ... Mrs. Pennybacker, chairman of the Department of American Citizenship, recently sent an outline of this plant to President Harding, and he has replied in a letter in which he says:—

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