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feel that the girl whose unfortunate ex- perience Mrs. Leys

writes of in your issue last week must be an isolated case. For nearly five years I have been privileged to do voluntary work in a Moral Welfare and Adoption Society and can testify to the great kindness and understanding which hundreds of girls have met with from the skilled and kindly workers who take such a personal interest in every case. The Mothers and Babies' Home is a real joy and whether the baby is to be adopted or stay with the mother the girl is given every help in the matter. Countless girls return to the society to say how grateful they are.


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