IOWA PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU
Des Moines, Iowa
Council Bluffs, Iowa
While the drive for new members of the WAAC was somewhat disappointing in Council Bluffs, only six prospective members signing up, other drives in the future are expected to be more fruitful.
The success of all such drives is largely cumulative and it is probable that the WAAC heads will see the value of sending other recruiting groups around in the future, or, better still, of keeping one or two resident recruiters in the city more or less permanently.
The navy has found that system to be very successful, and if the need for women in the armed forces is as great as it is said to be, the same plan could well be followed in the future with the WAACS.
Incidentally, the mission which appeared in Council Bluffs should be congratulated upon the fine impression they left.
Third Officer Eichelberger, Leader Hudgens, and Auxiliary Buynak were splendid representatives ot the organization they represen
Click tabs to swap between content that is broken into logical sections.
This digital image may be used for educational purposes, as long as it is not altered in any way. No commercial reproduction or distribution of this file is permitted without written permission of the State Historical Society of Iowa.
1 clipping : b&w ; 8 x 8 cm.
Master image scanned with Ricoh Aficio MP C3000 as a JPEG at 600 ppi.