¶ 1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 By 1941, NCFR’s membership stood at 1,200 members. The Conference faced a $1,800 deficit, which was liquidated by the end of the year. Annual dues were raised to $2.50, which included a $1.50 subscription to the journal Marriage and Family Living and free admission to the annual meeting. Annual joint dues for national and state affiliated membership were $3.00. This marked the beginning of financial support from the national group to the affiliates and states.