Women go Over the Top
suggestion for LEGION WOMEN GO "OVER TOP" IN BOND DRIVE Members of the Women's Auxil- f ianes of county American Legion posts went more than 510,000 i , n ? their goal of $7.500 in the "Buy Submarine" campaign carried on by the three county auxiliaries February 1 to March 15, it was nounced Monday. The bonds sold to| the organizations totaled $18.346, $18.346, Mrs,. Joseph E. Codori, county ex- | chairman /or the drive reported at " Â° f the Albert J ' Lentx P 0 ^ of Gpttvshnr^ nn-Hliarv -nlrf - M i c n ^pld *11,6001 ruler is ^ delegate to thc j* ort * of v ^ r faon ^ TM* **** Biglerville, S4.627.50. and ' ,.,, Littlestown. S2.118.50. The drive is i Taxi^f^TM^ 5 ^ 1 ?^ 6 ' s ^ 627 -50, and ' the 1 "~ t *"" be part of a campaign of the Legion auxiliaries in Pennsylvania to 33,000.000 worth of bonds to pay the construction of a submarine for the U. S. Navy. Committees to function during April were named. Mrs. Frank Deardorff and Mrs. Gervus Myers were named to the social committee while Mrs. Leroy H. Winebrenner and Mrs. Codori were selected as members of the entertainment committee. committee. Mrs. Fred P. Haehnlen, vice dent, presided in the absence of president. The next meeting of the organization will be he'd April 12.