Herald Journal Clarinda, Iowa
The Lieutenant Speaking; Ki-wanis President Paul 3Iillhone in background.
WAACS HAVE USEFUL PLACE IN WAR JOB
Lt Goeden's Address Gives Reason to Respect Girl Army
If there has been any disrespect, in the minds of Kiwanians or members of the B & P W club, for the Women's Army Auxiliarry Corps, popularly known as WAACs, it was well cleared up by the able address given at the joint meeting of these clubs Tuesday evening. Lieutenant Louise Edna Goeden was the spear« er, who was accompanied here from Des Moines by Private Alice Cox as driver.
Other guests included a staff of army recruiting officers who happened to be here from Omaha that day, the captain making a brief talk regarding opportunities for boys 18 and 19 to choose from 26 different branches of army activity. No Trash in WAAC
Miss—excuse it—Lieutenant Goeden stated that the kind of women who have joined the WAACs are topnotchers in the rareer world, women who have made a success of oth
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