Frttlr Corporal Virginia Kilio.. of Si. Paul, Vllgisjl, r«.lict KufT ¦»I1 at Fort Kao>, Kaotatky, folio win( publication of . pfctura el l.-r b.kmn ¦ «afce. Bikini ¦¦ on* ol th* 7» Arm, uiifnim-ni. now Uii><
haodlod oiUH sttHtatly P/ owbui vt ttii Wtfnisn's Ant.)- Corps.
WAC Gets Heavy Mail After Baking a Cake
Hundreds of G. I. Write Pretty Virginia Miss
Corp. V it mm a Kllgore Of Jv
Paul, Va., pretty WAC stationed^ t
Fort Knox, Ky.. is tempted (o I II
It "Mitt Call." rather than "M 11
Call." ai she answers that hue .1 I hew days.
This winsome member ol e
Women's Army Corps Is hear! g from a considerable number servicemen —all because of a
J 'l"ne picture, printed recently |n a servicemen's magazine, shown Corporal Kllgore baking n caki. Man Call immediately becair ¦ "Kllgore Call- in the fiiii ginmn-t unit.
Liked Her Look! :»• of the hundred* of i ._ she has received 10 date from old friends, others are fror sotoler* In hospitals, but mwl o the mail Is from plain ~G. LV «h Uktj the look* of the cake-bakin "Uto southern girl.
Corporal Kllgore says that whll her duties prevent her from i iwerlng oil of the letters, she lining most of her free time n to reply lo letters received fror hoapltaliud servicemen.
I Clarence C. Schrier. local WA i (recruiter of Indlanola, In rclatln tHe story of Corporal Ktlgor pointed out that serving as bak. k but on* of 239 army cttssHlc iMns now assigned to WACs, or thai women enlisting in the arn y-at this time have their choice »b and station assignment, wit! n etftfJa iMdOtd uauuuom ¦¦ « ' as the choice of branch ol service -air forces, ground forces or serv e forces.
WAC Slogan Helps -Our new slogan. 'Woman's Plo ¦ In War—the Women's Army Con .' 4 helping a lot of women dec e to enlist in the WAC now," < >• .elared Mr. Schrier.
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Caption reads: Pretty Corporal Virginia Kilgore of St. Paul, Virginia, recieves heavy mail at Fort Knox, Kentucky, following a publication of a picture of her backing a cake. Baking is one of the 239 Army assignments now being handled most efficiently by members of the Women's Army Corps.
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