U.S. At War: Women of Onetime Leisure

The Junior League, which describes itself as "a serious endeavor on the part of the young woman of leisure . . ." fortnight ago faced the facts of War. Its board of directors, representing the 154 Junior Leagues of the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Hawaii, met in Manhattan and decided that their future members should be chosen largely from women without leisure —young women at work.

For them the League is planning night classes to prepare for helping out in day nurseries,* hospitals and convalescent homes, children's theaters. They will also be urged to work for their local Nurse's Aide Corps, Red...

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