National Affairs: Detroit

The Junior League, which in 1901 consisted of 80 New York debutantes and now as the Association of Junior Leagues claims 60 branches and 10,000 members, opened its four-day annual conference in Detroit. Three hundred delegates came to tell one another of the ways, means and results of their year's work. The program of the Leagues, to make charity a pleasure, is carried out individually by each of the suorganizations, in social work and in entertainments given for charity. The Leagues' best achievements include : In Chicago, a self-supporting theatre for children. In St. Louis, 20 small radio outfits in...

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