Monitor Clarion, Iowa
APR 8 1943
Third Officer Elizabeth Adams Speaks In Clarion
The Clarion Woman's club had as their special speaker Tuesday-evening Third Officer Elizabeth Adams of the WAAC training center at Port Des Moines. Third Officer Adams spoke in the court room which was filled and some had to stand. She was introduced by Mrs. Clyde Burt who had charge of the program and was instrumental in obtaining her I as speaker.
I Third Officer Adams is a native i of Rhode Island and before go-I ing to France in 1940 she taught I in the Providence, R. I., schools. She spent five months under Nazi I domination doing rehilibitation work in France.
Through her talk she gave her I audience a better understanding of the WAAC, the duties its members are required to do, what a girl must do to be admitted and the place the members will take in serving their country.
Third Officer Adams related a
few of the many erperiences she
had while working in France
which gave her
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