Clipped From The Piqua Daily Call
prer. l: CAMPAIGN LEADERS IN TROY, SOUTHERN COUNTY DRIVE SET Troy. Aug. 21 George M. Hayner. chairman oi the War Finance committee committee tor the southern half of Miami county announced Friday that there would be at least l.txw pel sons devoting their efforts to the sale of bonds in the third war lo&n campaign opening September Mr, Hayner will have as his assistant assistant chairman Don Marshall. Otliers on the committee arc George Rogan, recorder of sales, Harron Drak. treasurer; Vernon LeFcvre, cmilrman of the finance committee: Don Marshall, chairman vi iiir saiea committee. Mr. Lefevre will be chairman the special and corporation sales' aim unman jsenDBrger at the dr to door sales. His force will con. ssst. ot auxiliary pohca and theme; air raid wardens besides tho force which will be selected for this work. Police chief E. .). Smlek and lire chief John Kessler will be hts Ctirlis Holder will be chairmat '( factory pay roll sales.' Pfti ton Dye will be chairman of thn Re ail store and smaller industry ssIm nd Raymond Kuntz - chairman of the sales to organi:ed labor. John Fagan, Ivan Terrell. Gnr - I don Binkley and Wilbur Curtis will. in cnarge3 ot the sales to Ira - ' riuil orRani?r.tloji.i. Rev. George Hildcbrand Is In vhMtui - jI kjiIp - s to ib - arch groubs and Harley Enycart will be in charge ol the sales to attorneys. Glenn Mc - Kmght, will he chairman of s - ai 05 to doctors, and Mary Miller chairman ol tales to nurses, w. F. Martin and O. D, Sands, will act as chairmen for sales to farmers and John Holtvoight nil! be chairman of sales at Tipp City and Bob Kraus, chairman at West Milton.