Bremer County

Miss Anne Aardal




Waverly Girl to Serve in
Germany in Rehabilitation

Waverly, Ia. – Miss Anne Aardal, daughter of Prof. A. A. Aardal of Wartburg college, has volunteered for foreign service with the United Nations Rehabilitation service. Miss Aardal will serve in Berlin as a member of a unit sent by the United States state department to aid in the rehabilitation of Germany. She will serve in Germany for two years, pending the withdrawal of American occupation forces. Miss Aardal’s services will be under direct supervision of the army.

Miss Aardal is a graduate of Waverly high school and a four-year graduate of Wartburg college, earning her major in the music department. She worked in the general hospital at Santa Barbara, Cal., and was also employed for the federal bureau of investigation for one year at Los Angeles.

For the past six weeks she has been doing secretarial work for the state department in Washington, D. C. Her mother served in a Red Cross unit in Paris, France, for 13 months in World war I.

Source: Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa, Tuesday, July 24, 1945, Page 5