Eureka Anamosa, Iowa
|W.A.A.C. Officer I Group at School
Mrs. Ruth Iti'iles and Mrs. Alma LStuart played a selection " Stars and Stripes Forever" on two pi-ianos for the opening number of the meeting held at the High School gymnasium last Wednesday afternoon. Third officer Kathryn McWilliams, member of the WAAC public relations staff, Fort Des Moines, spoke on the different phases of the Womans' Army Auxiliary Corps giving a very interesting description of the qualifications necessary to enter this organization and the need of many more to join who can fill men's places, releasing these men for the front lines. Mrs. Earl Phillips, as chairman, introduced, I Mrs. Don L. Wherry, the origin-lator of the meeting who intro- , duced Miss Avis Johnson, Home | Economist, of Des Moines, who had charge of the panel discussion wh
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