Courier Waterloo, Iowa
WILL HAVE HEW TEACHER MONDAY
Ensign Eleanor Brown Will
Instruct in Typing,
(Courier Special Service)
Cedar Falls—A shift in teaching personnel at the United States naval training station for Waves on the campus of Iowa State Teachers college here brings to Iowa its first Wave injured in line of duty, according to Lt. Gladys Hearst, public relations officer at the training station.
Ensign Eleanor B. Brown will become teacher of shorthand and typing Monday, succeeding Ensign Frances Hancock, who is being transferred to the U. S. naval station at New Orleans. La.
Ensign Brown enlisted in the navy V-10 program Feb. 12, 1943, and after her graduation in May at Bloomington, 111., as storekeeper third class, was assigned to the Norfolk, Va., naval air station for yeoman duty. On Sept. 17, she was hurt in the accidental explosion of 24 depth bombs and was treated in the Portsmouth, Va., naval hospital.
On her return to duty Ensign
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