Fremont County


Dorothy Faye Hinze



Hamburg Girl Is WAVES Enlistee

Dorothy Faye Hinze, 1810 Main street, Hamburg, has been enlisted in the WAVES, it was announced by E.S. Newlon, recruiter in charge of the local recruiting station.

A graduate of the high school at Hamburg, she was employed as secretary to the manager of the seed department of the Interstate Nurseries on Hamburg, prior to her enlistment.

Source: The Council Bluffs Nonpareil, May 30, 1944

Trying to get together on words and music is a group of Iowa WAVES gathered in "date" lounge of barracks at Ottumwa naval air station. Dorothy Faye Hinze, Hamburg is at piano. The others are (left to right) Pauline Dryden, Waterloo; Geraldine Kassler, Marion; Phoebe Ann McMillin, Sumner, barracks counselor; Harriet Neal, Greene; Bernice Geronzin, Clinton; Dorothy Appel, Mount Pleasant; Laura Stover, Des Moines; Virginia Chandler, Des Moines; Delores Busse, Britt, and Marjorie Durrell, Leon.

Source: The Des Moines Register, October 15, 1944 (photo included)