Mount Pleasant, ..
FEATURED ON GUILD PROGRAM SATURDAY
The Woman's Guild of I. W. C.j sponsored a guest tea Saturday afternoon at Hershey Hall, which featured r Louise Goeden, third officer of the j WAAC from Fort Des Moines, as guest j | speaker. Dean Frances Moser, Miss 3race Roberts and Lieut. Goeden were 1 n the receiving line.
Preceding the lecture a group of | 30llege girls sang "The WAiAC Song" . Written by Mrs. Will McClaran. Dean Mfoser introduced the speaker, Lieut. Uoeden, who accommodated the large lumber of people attending by giving I ;wo lectures, one at two-thirty, the! second at three-thirty. She told of the leed for this Woman's Auxiliary of the \rmy, of the reasons and motives that' prompt women to enlist, of what theyj hope to accomplish toward National Defense effort. She gave an invitation for questions and discussion following her talk.
She was accompanied by Auxiliary Franklin o
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