SCOUTS: Girl Leaders Meet

Some 1,800 fresh-faced women thronged the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Manhattan—delegates to the 13th annual National Convention of Girl Scout Leaders. Their president, Miss Sarah Louise Arnold, made a speech to the effect that there is "more to hope for from the Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts than from any other standardized form of education."

Their vice president, Mrs. Herbert C. Hoover, in speeches and interviews, particularized some of the things to be hoped for:

"The idea is to bring a girl to the state of mind where she will look at a...

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