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 - Lieut. Anne E. Sweeney Of WAACS To Be Guest...
Lieut. Anne E. Sweeney Of WAACS To Be Guest Speaker At Meeting Of University Women INVITATIONS have been issued by the central Ohio branch of the American Association of University Women to the 90 senior women students of Denison university to attend attend the meeting in the Granville Baptist church, Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 8:30 p. m. The speaker will be Lieut. Anne E. Sweeney of Fort Haves, third officer of the Women's Army Auxiliary corps. Her subject will be "Opportunities for I itr l a jo- jo- r n f . . ! Women in the Armed Services of Our Country, according ; to Miss Ruth A. Outland, program chairman. Lieut. Sweeney is public rela-1 rela-1 rela-1 " ' tions officer assigned to the j AriniverSGrV WAAC recruiting office of the . fifth corps area headquarters atjOf BirthuQy Fort Hayes. She is well quali-1 quali-1 quali-1 ti j UJ tied to speak on the WAAC's, for W OS JClOnOreCl she attended both basic and of ficer training schools. She has ! QUNDAY, Mrs. Carl Glecker i i i .... s hisu ueru reared in me army ira- ira- ; ! 1 entertained a small com pany of guests in her home in Hanover road in celebra tion of the birthday anni-1 anni-1 anni-1 j versary of her husband. - La-Covers were placed for Mr. and ; -! -! v.. , j Mrs. Glenn Kreider and son I James, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kale, conversation-in-Andrew S. Mitchell and Mr. and i Mrs. Carl Gleckler. I . WILLIAM BARCLAY AR-' AR-' AR-' RANGED A SURPRISE party Sunday in his home. 37 Fair-; Fair-; Fair-; mont avenue, in celebration of ' Mrs. Barclay's birthday anni-1 anni-1 anni-1 bright-versary. The table was. centered . with a cake which was decorated ' with candles. Mrs. Barclay re-; re-; re-; ceived manv cift. nrf ra, rf. dition, her father and brother both being army officers by profession. profession. Before completing a college course at Vassar. Lieut. Sweeney transferred to Columbus where she took a business course. After being employed on the society staff of the Columbus Dispatch, she spent five years in newspaper work in Salt Lake City. The past year was spent- spent- with the Federal Reserve bank in San Francisco. Enrolled in the first class of WAAC auxiliaries at Fort Des Moines, Lieut. Sweeney was later transferred to the officer candidate candidate group, finishing in the fifth class. Upon being commissioned in October, she was assigned to active duty in Columbus. i ftaittaA Man., 1 J

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  1. The Newark Advocate,
  2. 16 Nov 1942, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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