Review Danbury, Iowa
SEP 2 , 1944.
WAVE RECRUITER COMING TUESDAY
Recruiters from the Navy recruiting station in Sioux City will resume station wagon travel next week, according to Ray C. Sawvell, Sp(R)lc, recruiter in charge. The familiar Navy station wagon will call in Onawa next Tuesday morning, and in Mapleton, Danbury and Battle Creek Tuesday afternoon.
The visits will mark a resump-;ion of recruiting travel after sev-3ral months during which the tfavy station wagon has not been m the road.
Principal drive at this time, ae-jording to Sawvell, is for women between 20 and 36 to enlist in the Waves. The recruiters also will be jlad to talk to boys who are eligible for enlistment.
Rita Marsden, SP(R)3c, a Wave recruiter, now is permanently on duty at the Sioux City recruiting station to facilitate the entrance of women into the Navy. She also will be in Onawa, Mapleton, Danbury and Battle Creek next Tues- < day. i
If you are interested come to ', The Review office. An interview 1 with the recruiter does not mean < you are obligated to enlist. -----------V-----------
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