Mrs. Sanger, an intermediate stenographer-clerk in the Stockton local office, commenced her state service August 5, 1922, with appointment as a stenographer and invoice clerk at the Stockton state hospital. She was subsequently allocated to clinical stenographer and finally to intermediate stenographer-clerk on May 25, 1931.
In November, 1937, she transferred in the same class to the Department of Employment in Stockton until the layoff and federalization in 1941. She resigned from the U.S.E.S. in February, 1943, because of ill health and returned to service in November, 1946, when the Employment Service was returned to state jurisdiction. She regained her former position in the Stockton office, where she has remained as group leader of the clerical unit.
"Peg" is the son of the Fred Sangers, lifelong residents of Lowell.
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