Nnfse Tells What Ariny Life Can Do for Women
Pack THeir] Belongings
in Billfold, Don't
Talk So much
By Wesley Pedersen
MAYBE there's something to these army regulations after all, fellows. Especially when they apply to women.
Take, for example, the army nurses who in private life habitually lugged around large, satchel like purses containing everything from hankies to—well, you name it. As army nurses they're per mitted to carry only small bill folds—an idea which the male animal will approve heartily if he's ever had to carry sweetie's purse or run back several blocks to the place she "lost" it.
But that's only one of the improvements army training can make in a woman, says Miss Alma Ver Linden,, second lieutenant in the army nurses corps, who, after serving 10 months at Camp Joseph T. Robinson,. Arkansas, will leave Friday for overseas duty. Lieut. Ver Linden is the daughter of Mr. and, Mrs. Ben Ver linden, 5000 Stone avenue.
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