EF and Elmer Koos Red cross 1945
Help Red Cross Sunday; Women to Visit Every Home (Continued from Page One) spond to this call, and they have not only met all quotas assigned to them, but have oversubscribed all goals. "And so when the Red Cross volunteer calls tomorrow at your home, won't you be ready with your contribution? It will facilitate the canvass so much if every resident will be at home and prepared." Over 100 Teams Working under Mrs Shriver tomorrow will be 20 district chairmen who in turn will be assisted by 107 captains and their teams. Due to the shortage of newsprint paper - the names of team workers could not be listed this year but the chairmen and captains include the following: Team No. 1 Mrs Don Carmack, chairman; Mesdames William Gradert, John Klinger, sr.. Bernard Mathias, El-m!r J. Moses and Henry Worton, captains. Team No. 2 Mrs Walter P. Schick, chairman; Mesdames Arnold Brasch, Earl Buckingham, P. G. Chamberlain, John Conaway and Earl Johnson, captains. Team No. 3 Mrs F. R. Shaw, chairman; Mesdames William Bieg, Charles Bredfeldt, Charles Jones, Antoni La-goni and Clark Schabilion, captains. Team No. 4 Mrs Henry Nagel, chairman; Mesdames Fern Lemm, E. II. Ketelsen, Leo Paulsen. Florence Whit-son and Ellen Ploog, captains. Team No. 5 Mrs J. Kenneth McDowell, chairman; Mesdames George Albrecht, jr., L. Grady McDowell. Alfred E. Uchtorff. George F. Zieke and Miss Dorothy Blesse, captains. Team No. 6 Mrs O. E. Essler, chairman; Mesdames Joseph P. Klouda. E. F. Koos. William Pierce and William F. Puis, captains; Northwest Davenport business district, J. J. Quinn, jr., captain. Team No. 7 Mrs William T. Caffery, chairman; Mesdames Charles Engle-man, Joseph McCarthy, Frank Neufeld, C. J. Witt and Harold Yeaton, captains, Team No. 8 Mrs J. M. Carlin, chairman; Mesdames Elmer Koos, Arthur Miekley, George Toney, E. Wueste and C. J. Roussel, captains.