Newton, Jow.a^ ^^
County Provides Home Like Rooms At Army Camps
One of the soldiers' day rooms at Camp Dodge and another at the Women's Army Auxiliary'* Corps camp at Fort Des Moines were well furnished and home-like for Christmas, thanks to the efforts of Jasper county and the county Red Cross camp and hospital service.
Furniture for the two day rooms was provided by Jasper county through the camp and hospital service, and 27 pairs of drapes made here to brighten up the rooms were sent Wednesday in completing the project. Other furnishings had been delivered to the two army camps a few weeks ago.
Women volunteering for the work made the 27 pairs of drapes at the Red Cross sewing and knitting room in the courthouse under the direction of Mrs. H. J. Holds-worth, county Red Cross sewing chairman.
Willard J. Dickinson, chairman camp and hospital chairman, and Mrs. Craig Miller, vice-chairman, expressed their appreciation to women making drapes in announcing completion of the pr
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