National Affairs: At Denver

Some 200 onetime "roses of no man's land"* bloomed again in Denver last week at the annual convention of the Women's Overseas Service League. As the name indicates, the membership of the league is recruited from U. S. women who saw overseas service during the World War. Some were nurses, some canteen workers, some interpreters. All, as Reporter Helen Strauss of the Denver Post put it, had "fearlessly followed their sweethearts and brothers into the War zones . . . ." Of the 200 delegates, 54 were presidents of various service league units.

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