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Indianapolis Indiana Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Indianapolis, Indiana
Indiana in admins county. Down. I Lils and Otylior animals will not lie Puni Zitti d to run at Laiko in i Latuf Durins the Kai Don Iii season according to Mars Iid Anchor who Hiis Nivon Nolick that he will strictly enforce the ordinance against allowing animals to run at Hute. Chickens also Are Lanned. Tile county Council of defense and food administrator also have Asl Ltd that War a gardens lie protected. Allen county. Upon the Ion of Gorki m. Harner county f x d . Mrs. A. K. Kauv it it has been named As organizer of fond clubs in. Wayne and Allen county. Club s will he within a Short Lime Throunk Hout the City and in the Rural Dis rids. Mrs. L Quot Auve will work in conjunction with miss Mary Ann Hall Home demonstration Anent. And miss Mahlic w Allman. Stati Leader i f Home economics. Daviess county. Several Nieri Slicis of the Ciui onily Faith of Washington have Luis chased in mid Worth of Liberty hands and live Niv ii Thoni to the county Hospital. Decatur county. The following amounts have been i raised in this county for various War Relief and for other funds hed Cross .<12,2m. I y. M. C. A., a Lei a 0.2.-, armenian Relief ?1 ,."in if0 y. A. C. A., War Library $280 red Cross Christmas seals a quote i uni Clits of it Lumbus in Hoo Thrift Stamps. St Liberty hands. Sl>70,000. A total of in i men have Kone into the service from Decatur county. To 4 it Fayette county. Nino fond clubs air it Aily live been in Fayette county by mrs. W. Ochiltree county president. All of the townships with the exception of Jackson and Orange have organizations and mrs. Of Lii tree expects to organize these townships in the near future. She is Yeinji assisted by the county War mothers Ori Vaniza Tion. Fountain cd Monty. The work of Orwa Niezink food clubs is Kink Forward Rai idly. Mrs. Frank Martin of Newton is county president. She has appointed Wenty i lit lieutenants to Aid her in the organization work. Gibson county. Councils of defense have been organized in every township in Gibson county. Following is a list of members As announced by or. .1. M. Williams chair Nuin of the county Council of defense Harton goo. Mcie Renoi. Chairman and , Soi Norvillo mrs. F. Schwerdt Feker St Creary treasurer Al Berfeld Calvin null and Kadnar Allwin. Somerville August a Lazier Mackey. Center Kalph Goldman chairman and retire tentative mrs. S Witherspoon Secretary treasurer Thomas Mcelhiney Floyd Chappell Welza Woods All of Francisco. Columbia Golla Mccord chairman Anil Reid re sent Tive mrs. F. Fai Iner Secretary treasurer John m. Vandever or. W. H. Ashby. Joseph Summers All of Oakland City. Johnson w. W. Sipp chairman and represent a ivc Leo. J. Meyer Sicre tary treasurer mrs. Leo. J. Ziliak j. H. Heldt allot Haubstadt Jesse Meison can Liana. Mont Kniery w. I. Kijiki Botham chairman and representative. Johnson mrs. ,1. K. Henson Secretary treasurer Owensville k. Wol born Owensville Marshall Mauck Cynthiana Loyd Man a rum fort Branch. I Atoka h. A. Yeaker chairman and representative has. Ii. Nie Neier mrs. Flora Sprinker Secretary treasurer William c. Hudelson John Orth All of Princeton. Union Karl Sweeney chairman and represent live Walter usher to Secretary treasurer i Eail Marker Andrew a Wheeler w. Dau in cry All of fort Bianch. Wabash Paul Maier Clia Brinati and mrs. J. C. Hair Secretary treasurer a. K. Snyder John . Jr., John Lollen All of Iri flin. Whit Hiver or. Irwin Arthur chairman and representative Earl Turpin mrs. T. H. For cacti of i Atoka c. A Snyder Frank l. Steelman of la Azelton. Washin ton w. A. Hays chairman and miss Katie Thompson Secretary treasurer Heiry Joni a Khizer while Iii William Hyne Man All of Haz it Lton. Hari Ison county. The person i l of the councils of defense appointed in each township of Harrison Bounty has own announced by the comity Council of dec Iise. Tin names follow Wessier town slip i John k. Kirkham chairman William o. Iun Gernian Edward Hitler Clarenie e a Ehl Bach William Fink cd mrs. Charles j. A Juip mrs. Lou Wolfe and mrs. Josepihine a plunk. Franklin township w. W. Williams chairman John l. Wal Tim John w. Hume Theodore Wisert Teorre kit untied mrs. C. H. Stanley and mrs. James h. Smith. Taylor town Shiji William h. Stewart chairman John Reeves Frank Crown Hanson w. Colvin Jett d. Cuzini Sikham. Maynie Kelley an Ltd Cleo i ulfves. Not the township Willi Iii w. Jacobs chairman William 11. Lonk Boltoniii cd Wail i. Love William h. I Lora. Amos w. Yeaker Edward a. Windell Cui Rie Hays an mrs. K. H. Love. Loone township Bush Imine Obj airman mrs. Liou Shields . Kalic May Jennie Wilbur i lace Quot unroll Milton Funk Kinery it Wii ult in do Kirins John Steepleton Sidney Ashton Taylor Wilson. Spencer j township Sherman Kiml ennui chairman j. O. Flock a. \ a. Sier Jasper Davis Josiah Nolot j. V. G. Louden miss Anna a Burress and or Ola Munie. We Shirton township a. U. Connor chairman Lames w. Enlow Harry Trotter it. H. Mon Komey. Fred Stocker Emery Uree it Len Millie Friedley and Lillie a hike. Mornan township e. Myde Martin chairman a. W. Culli is eve Reid Mccoy. William Laub h. N. Fessel mrs. L. L. Coleii Iun miss i Emma Diedrich and miss Florence i Arki i. Harrison town ship veil Miles chairman clip Rance truce Hen nun Oil Ham Clarence Liebb Alva w , miss Anna walk and i mrs. Blanche Harbolt. Posey township William d. Barnes chairman w. W. Clark be Ashton John f. Walters e. S. Crosier mrs. Dottie Weaver and mrs. L. M. New. Scott township Sam d. Breeden chairman Victor Roth Rock Eusie Mouck Grace Brown Marion Cunningham Charles Lang and Kintner. Blue River township Ray Churchill chairman Sherman s. Miller David f. Adams Charles Routh Claude Emma Bristow and Elizabeth Baker. A i a Hendricks i itts Wiro a lira school boys All of whom arc members of the United states boys working i serve have formed a military company and have adopted overalls As a uniform. When the school term is closed they plan to work on farms. It. F a Howard county. Fourteen More boys recently were enlisted in the United states working Reserve by William g. Powers Howard unto director. All of the Hoys Vilt re released from school three weeks before tiie end of the term so that they could no to work on farms. S a i Jackson county. Mayor chaises w. Burkhart of Seymour has ordered every Able bodied Man in the town to find work. If any Man makes the statement that he cannot find employment the police will undertake to secure it for him. Farmers of the county have been calling for men to assist them a Liberty guard band is Hein formed in Jackson county under the direction of Thomas Dorrell a member of the county Council of defense. Guard companies already have been formed at Trafalgar and White land and one is be Iii formed at Green Voo Ltd. county. The Johnson i county War mothers or Kuni Zed at a meeting in Franklin april 271h. Mrs. Alice m. French head of the state organization was Jire sent at the me Elinor. Mrs. D. E. Finkenbiner is Olli Cial War Mother of Johnson county. I 4 Kosciusko county. The stars and stripes a third Liberty loan Honor flak and a service Flash with Twenty stars have been Hunt across the main Street of Silver Lake. A 4 a la Rantie Wolcottville school is Orra Dizinn a War Rarden society in each room and men Are of Lfering prizes for the Best gardens raised. It is planned to have an exhibit of the products in connection with the annual horse show this fall. A a Lake county. I Ank b. Pat tee has been named chairman of the micral committee of the Quot county Council of defense. Other members of the committee Are Herbert t. Johnson Edwin f. Knight Joseph e. Brown Martin j. Smith Daniel b. Sarley Ai. Cortright and a. A. Bibler. Montromery county. Full Jiaren a ideals to the citizens of Montromery county to order the Winter s Sii Riply of Coal at once and Point Iii out the necessity for such action have been inserted in the Crawfordsville newspapers by Byron r. Russell chairman of the county Council of defense and Thomas e. Matthews Federal fuel administrator for Montromery county. I a a Madison county. W. M. Swain chairman of the county Council of defense has issued a statement Urrin the i eople Coria rations and Public of facials of the county to exert every Effort to conserve by abandoning All Iii movements Wlinich Are not absolutely necessary. The it aunty Council of defense has put its stamp of disapproval on some pro i Erly owners of Anderson who Are said to have refused to allow the use of their land for War gardens. I ii a Monroe county. Arrests Are being made by the police of Bloomington under the War Loafer ordinance recently passed by the City i Uncil. Ii ii Newton of Junta. Thirty four new names were added to Llie county enrolments in tie United states boys working Reserve during two weeks recently making a total Memler Shiju of lok. A a Parke county. A total of ,00 has been Ai Proi rated by the county Council to be used by tie Parke county Council of defense. A a a Ltd Posey county. The registered men of Posey Bounty Lavt formed an organization for the of promoting War activities. A a i Pulaski county. The county Council of defense Lias caused to to placed in every Postof lice of the county a poster Urrin the eradication of the common Barberry Bush which is injurious to who at and illustrating the Dif Terence Between the common variety and the japanese variety which is not injurious. I t. To Rush county. There is a Bond of the third Liberty loan in even y Home in the town of Uirt Hare with the exception of six. This fact was reveal d by a canvass of the town made by the Hoy scouts. Persons residing in the six Homes declared thai they were unable to buy Bonds but two had purchased Thrift St amps. Thirty nine Meibers of the United states boys working Reserve have collected a to for the y. M. C. A. War fund teach pm y pledged to collect at least $10. Sixty nine an it i seven tenths per cent of lie population of Washington township Are members of the red Cross. There Are 2 a families and 20. Are represented n the organization. A 4 4 a St Joseph county. The Dodge of South Bend. Claims the state record for subscriptions to the third lib try i an. Every one of the employees of the Coni i any is a subscriber the total subscriptions amounting to Oil , exceed Iii the quota of he Plant by $60,000____the following have been appointed members of the Lincoln township Council of Herman go pert chairman s. P. Tracy Secretary b. 1. Holser Stanley Steele Charles Wisebaugh mrs. C. I. Reamer and d. E. Rupolo i it. A a Sullivan county. The War mothers of Jefferson township were organized at a meeting in the High school building at Pleasantville. Nine men from the township Are already in Franco. Four of the mothers in the organization each have two sons in the service. 5 a Vanderburgh county. Members of the county registered men s association Are considering Wilans for the formation of a self Supi Orting Camp where members of the United slates boys working Reserve can be trained for farm work. Ltd a a a Vigo county. The City of Terre haute is placing signs on vacant lot War gardens warning trespassers that they will to prosecuted to the full extent of the Law any d it is running at Large and damaging War gardens will be impounded by the i olice department for thirty six hours and if not claimed by that time they will be disposed of according to orders issued by mayor Charlesr Hunter mrs Flora Ciulick Hoiu Hrnry vice Jires ident of the National boys clubs has started an americanization school for foreign Boin boys under the age of 21. The school plan embodies instruction in English Reading writing spelling and civics maintaining information centers and furnishing Aid and service to immigrant boys. Posters have been placed in the factory districts tolling the boys of their Opportunity for free instruction. The school will open in a Short time and will continue during the summer food problem and How to solve it in addition to the books listed below the Indiana state Library has collected and is collecting , circulars etc., giving Good i that will in saving food. These Are loaned under the same conditions As books. Apply to the local librarian or if you live where there is no Library write to the state Library for registration Blanks. The Only expense is that of transportation. Ireen meals for less Money. An excellent receipt Book whose object is Quot to be More of the cheaper foods and to prepare and Combine them so skilfully that Economy shall not be a Handy a. food. Quot practical and economical methods of keeping vegetables fruits and one of the chapters on Canning without sugar. Kellogg v. And Taylor a. food problem. A Deal statement of what the problem is and How it May be solved. O Brien food preparedness for the United states. I Points out Quot some of the factors involved and lessons to be Learned from the experiences of the european Brief and r arable. Rose m. the family. A knowledge of food values is essential to economizing food in an intelligent Way. The Book above is a simple explanation intended for the use of the housewife which considers the needs of the various member s of the household. Snyder mrs. S. conservation and the Art of Home Canning. Quot the object of this Book is to assist every Star nest woman in her Effort to do her part in this time of Hting i and Warrick county has an entire regiment Vranick county will in the near future have the Honor of being the Only Indiana county to organize a full regiment of Liberty guards. Twelve companies have been organized or Are in the process of organization. The companies Are com Josed for the most part of the 1,400 registered men of the county who have United their organization with the Liberty guard organization. Thomas e. Downs of Boonville will be commissioned colonel of the regiment and every company will have at its head a Man experienced in militia y Drill. It is the ambition of those who Are Active in Foi Ming the regiment to have every Man who goes into the service from the county made a non commissioned Pilicer As a result of his training received in the Liberty guards the registered men and the Liberty guards Are planning a Pati ionic Celebration on a Large scale for july 4
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