Telegraph-Herald Dubuque, Iowa
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Students' Scrapbooks Enjoyed by WAACs
The seventh grade girls of Sacred Heart School recently re-ceived a post card from four WAACs who read the scrapbooks the girls made as a Junior Red ! Cross project. Presumably the card came from "somewhere in Africa." The four WAACs described themselves as being from Nebras-|ka, Missouri, Tennessee, and Connecticut, and said "like the men in khaki, we come from all parts of the USA.'^
Although the scrapbooks were | made for Army and Navy hospit-' als, apparently some of them were sent overseas. "Perhaps you didn't think at the time you were making them that they would be read by a group of WAACs," the four wrote. "You had a very interesting col-, lection of flags . . . and ... we got; a kick out of the jokes, but! couldn't find the rest of the an-j swers to the quiz questions."
The card ended by thanking the seventh grade girls for the "grand job" they d
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