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Indianapolis Indiana Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana bulletin registration Calls for added supplies Many townships report Lvery woman and girl has answered questions propounded. Moi o than 750, Cai is for the of women for War work have been sent out by the woman s Section of the state Council of defense and Many county chairmen still report that they have not sufficient supplies. This is an indication of the Success with which the registration Campaign has met in the entire state. A number of counties already have reported a 100 per cent registration and Many townships have reported that every woman and girl Over the age of 16 has registered. The committees which have charge of the census have met with no of j position and in almost All cases women have been eager to s Section Indianapolis ind., april 2, 1 18.bulletin no. 52 to the county chairman of the registration committee when your registration is finished you will please arrange for responsible parties to file the cards. It is import a it that the cards be examined to see 1 that the information is clearly Given on the body of the card. 2 that the writing is legible. 3 that the markings on the tabs Agi be with the information on the body of the card. The tabs which arc not Mai ked should be Cut off and the cards filed alphabetically using the Sui name of the woman As it is written on the card. The Quot no. A Quot on the upper lefthand Corner of the card is to be used to number your cards if you choose to number them. You will please keep a few of the registration Cai is on hand to be used in Case some one who has been missed wishes to Register or in Case some one who i refused to Register changes Hei mind and would at a future Date like to Legister. Then if you have a Hundred or More cards on hand please return them to us As we Are again out of cards. We have 100,000 on the Way from Washington at this time and As soon As received we will cards to those who have re Juc sted additional Supply. Please fill in Quot summary Quot and Send one copy to us the other keep for you own records. We will Send copy to Washington. Woman s Section state Coin cil of defense Keri station , Julia e. Landers chairman. A h speakers conference a state conference of Quot fourteen minute Quot women will be held in the Assembly Hall of the Claypool hotel Indianapolis May 10. County chairmen of the woman s Section of the state Council of defense and All Quot fourteen minute Quot women Are asked by mrs. Julia c. Ile Deison state chairman of the Quot fourteen minute Quot organization to be present. The morning session will be Given Over to a Roll cull by counties. This will be followed by a luncheon. At the afternoon session a represent \ Tive of the National food administration wilp speak. Other speakers will be mrs. Anne Stude Buker Carlisle chairman of the woman s Section of the state Council of defens it Michael e. Foley chairman of the stale Council of defense and or. Harry e. Barnard Federal food administrator for Indiana. The Marion county Quot fourteen min-1 Ute Quot women will be hostesses at the Nuh Ting. Reservations for the luncheon should be sent at once to . R. Harry Miller Liol North Alabama Street Indianapolis. Reset actions should be accompanied i y a Check for $1 a plate. The Jasper county War mothers have purchased a Libei to Hond and Are Busy knitting sweaters for men in the service. The organization held its third monthly meeting april 27 and much enthusiasm in the work was shown. The organization is planning a service Flag with 175 stars representing men from the county who have gone into the service. Sixty women registered at the first meeting of War mothers in Grant county. A nominating committee has been named and officers will be elected in the near future. The organization attended in a body the funeral of a Soldier who was killed in a storm at Camp Shelby. About 160 men have gone into the service from the county. Mrs. French spoke at a meeting of War mothers at Franklin api in. Each of the 100 members of the Fayette county War Mother s organization has contributed .$1 toward the Purchase of a Liberty Bond. A .$100 Bond will be i purchased and the remainder will go for Thrift Stamps. The organization has i purchased $140 Worth of yarn for socks and sweaters and is planning a 1 Quot parcel Post Shower Quot to obtain More Money Foi j this purpose. J following is a list of theoflice a and committees of the Indiana War mothers Indiana War Mother mrs. Alice m. French Woodruff place Indianapolis. Indiana registrar mrs. A. W. Mason Columbus. Indiana script or mrs. W. E. Ochiltree Connersville. Indiana financier mrs. C. B. O Donnell Vin Cennes. Indiana . John o Harrow Bloomington mrs. Hattie Sherwood Linton mrs. G. M. Isenhour Martinsville. Indiana a mrs. Myron Williams Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis. Committees ways and Means . A. W. Roach Richmond mrs. Jas. M. Lang Sullivan mrs. P. L. Beal new Castle mrs. Nell Jordan Corydon mrs. Fred h. Bowers Huntington mrs. F. I. Heimbaugh Muncie. Resolutions mrs. Harvey Morrison Shelbyville mrs. Annie Mcconnell Decatur mrs. Jas. Black ledge Rushville mrs. S. F. Porter Peru . A. A. Tripp North Vernon mrs. H. V. Nixon Newport. Current events mrs. Edward Kes sing Greensburg mrs. John Owens Bedford mrs. Elizabeth Cottingham Noblesville mrs. Lillian Comley Lebanon mrs. Jerry Jamison Salem mrs. B. W. Gillespie Indianapolis. Time place mrs. John Davis Kentland mrs. J. A laramore Greenfield mrs. E. E. Ford Wabash mrs. De. Dufendach Huntington mrs. R. G. Inwood South Bend mrs. 0. E. , Brazil. Publicity mrs. We. Douglas Attica . Herbs Clemments it. Vernon mrs. Geo Julian Delphi mrs. Jas. R. Mcgregor Princeton. Stationery mrs. Mary w. Schick Laporte mrs. C. D. Meeker Monticello mrs. Padgitt Rensselaer mrs. W. S. Malott Marion mrs. D. E. Finken Iner. welfare conference Claypool hotel Indianapolis May 9, 1918.morning session. 9 30 . Or. Horace Ellis presiding. Quot organization of women for War Woi s. Anne Studebaker Carlisle Quot the truant . Angela Moler Quot the retarded . T. F. Fitzgibbon Quot the mentally defective Helen t. Reeves Quot the physically handicapped . L. P. Drayer Quot the Delini Juenst Joseph Combs Quot the neglected Minnetta Baum Quot health supervision in the . U. Graft Quot following i p health Ida j. Quot the ungraded . P. Benezet Quot the Fresoli air Mai a a. Meyers Quot that sanitary school . W. F. Kin afternoon session. Koo p. M. Mrs. Albion Fellows Bacon presiding. Informal . Anno Studebaker Carlisle Quot what the state is doing to protect its children Quot by the braid of state w. Butler by the state Board of . J. N. Hurty by the state Board of . Horace Ellis ii the department of inspection state Industrial Board John j. Walsh mrs. A. T. Quot the mental defective a menace to . S. E. Smith Quot the menace of the feeble minded . Kenosha sessions Quot the red Cross and child d. Watts Quot child helping by private l. Kirby Quot i he work of the Pai ent teacher association Quot. Mrs. H. P. Barnard evening session. Amos w. Butler presiding.8 00 . Quot defending the e. Foley Quot the nurses training Camp at Vassar in relation to child . Frederic Krull Quot the children s Julia a Lathrop miss Julia c. Lathrop chief of the children s Bureau of the United states department of labor will be the i principal speaker and the guest of Honor at a conference of the child welfare workers of the state at the Claypool hotel Indianapolis May 9. The conf i ence has been called a by the child welfare committee of the woman s Section of the state Council of defense. Members of the child welfare committees of the various counties and others interested have been invited to attend. Besides the sessions a Luti Cheon will be Given at 12 i in the Riley room of Tui hotel at which miss Lathrop will speak. Mrs. Anne Studebaker Carlisle chairman of the woman s Section will preside. Reservations for the luncheon must b it in the Hantis of the state committee by May b. Reservation should be accompanied by checks for $1 a plate. I a

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