8 Nov 1950 Carroll Daily Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa
i ; j j Lesson on F.B.I. At Meeting Of Presbyterian Guild Miss Nene Barr, who gave tht lesson at a regular meeting o! Presbyterian Guild in Mrs. M. L Mills' home last night, used as hei topic a life sketch of J. Edgai Hoover, head of the Federal Bureau Bureau of Investigation. She stressed Mr. Hoover's early life, how he nearly chose the ministry ministry as his life's work and how his strong religious sense has influenced influenced many of his decisions. Miss Barr said requirements for work with the F.B.I, are rigid. One musl be either a lawyer or accountant to be eligible, besides having athletic athletic ability, strong religious convictions convictions and good character references. references. Mrs. Carson Summers, devotional devotional leader, read .scripture from St. Matthew, with members joining in the Lord's prayer. She also read an article on a Presbyterian mission and the work of a minister in the Ozark region. Eleven members and five guests were 'present, the latter group including including Mrs. H. D, Johnson, Mrs. O. H. McCain, and Misses Lois Phillip, Gladys Chapman and Mayme Kloth. Coffee was seived during the social social hour. Miss Beulah Aiken will be the hostess Nov. 21.