Carroll County

 
Betty J. Vosika

 

 

Aux. Betty Vosika at WAAC Training Center in Georgia

Auxiliary Betty J. Vosika, who was sworn into the WAAC at Des Moines two weeks ago, has been sent to the training center at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Aux. Vosika who is the former Betty Waisner, has the following address: Aux. Betty J. Vosika, Co. 8, Regt. 21, 3rd WAAC Training Center, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. She is a sister if Mrs. Ray Wilkens of Carroll. Aux Vosika has signed up for foreign service. Her husband, Tech. Sgt. Edmund J. Vosika is somewhere in Egypt.

Source: The Carroll Daily Times Herald, May 13, 1943

70 Pct. Of Iowa WACs From Fighting Families

A survey of approximately 70 per cent of the total Iowa WAC enlistment reveals its close integration with the war effort through service of members overseas and in this county, and through other members of their families.

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The following Iowa WACs have an army postoffice address, indicating overseas service, but their exact station is not known:

Pvt. Betty J. Vosika, Carroll, is on foreign duty with a WAC communications company.

Secrecy covering overseas shipment makes it impossible to determine if additional Iowans have gone on foreign duty since early fall.

Source: Des Moines Register, December 5, 1943