1944 RC Quota
pro- the in for Clyde him with a by instructions the TO N. Harry Jersey, by Stock. dress Marsden. wore brown RED CROSS TO SEEK $26,500 WAR FUND GOAL Adams county has been given largest Red Cross War Fund quota its history-- $26,500. That sum will be sought during the annual campaign which will open March 1 and will be at the earliest date in this county. Nationally the drive closes March 31. The quota was made known hi connection with an announcement announcement by Henry M. Scharf , campaign chairman, that the chairmen chairmen of the ten campaign districts in the county are being called together together Tuesday evening at 7330 o'clock in the court house to complete complete plans for the drive and to secure supplies for the canvass that will reach into every home in the county. Special Citation This year's quota is nearly a larger than the $18,700 quota assigned and topped by nearly $3,000 in this county last year. The 1943 War Fluid drive by the Red Cross in Adams county brought in a of $21,073.54 and won for the chapter a special citation from national national headquarters. Letters now are being prepared at chapter headquarters for mailing to pastors throughout the county asking that Sunday, February 27, observed as Red Cross War Fund Sunday in all of the churches in Adams county. Other campaign special activities will be announced soon. In connection with the coming War Fund drive, Chairman Scharf said today: "The service ot the Bed Cross the men and women in the is so well known and the need importance of the Red Cross is well recognized and appreciated, there simply is no question about Adams county doing its share raising its quota of $2*5,500. "Every district chairman and every member of every district committee is going to do his job promptly and thoroughly so that Adams county's record of never having failed to raise its Red Cross quota, which record started back in War I, will remain untarnished. "The quota of $26,500 represents an investment of less than $10 comfort, the care and happiness the life of every Adams countian the service. "Viewed in this light, can any doubt the willingness, of Adams county to respond?"