Advocate Wilton, Iowa
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Ensign B/hel Ve^sey and poro-thy E, Johnson, Sp- (R) 2»c U-S.N. R, are in Davenport to take over charge of the WAVE recruiting office which has been transferred from the Blackhawk Hotel to the third floor of the postoffice. The new office is being combined with the Naval recruiting office.
From now on, young women interested in the WAVES, can obtain information and enlist in the new office. Scott and Clinton counties which have been under the jurisdiction of the Chicago office have been placed under the supervision of the Des Moines area. This new office welcomes inquiries from all women in the counties of Scott, Clinton, Jackson, Cedar and Muscatine.
"This change of location," according to finsign Vessey, **i$ to intensify the drive for recruits in this eastern Iowa area. There has been no reduction in the number of WAVES needed."
"Women who qualify are enlisted now and may expect to be ordered to active service to begin training at Hunter college by the end of November."
The Navy Recruiter will be at the U.S. Postoffice in West Liberty on Wednesday afternoon, October 4, 1944. Applications for enlistment in the U.S. Navy and U.S. Naval Reserve will be accepted at that iini.e. Women, ages 20 to 36, are invited to find out how they can SERVE as WAVES in the U. S. Naval Reserve-
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