Dorothy Bailey Wins Contest
Slogan Chosen For League " Drive Adrian Township Girl Wins $25 Bond for Writing Best Slogan "Some give all—we must all give some.'" That is the slogan which will help the Lenawee County Patriotic • League raise funds for the support of ten-war^relief organizations and build an unallocated reserve ^f or future needs.-when,,iits. drive opens Monday. ~ The "slogan was written by Dorothy Bailey of Adrian, Route 3, who is in the eighth grade class taught by Mrs. Olga Ganun at the Adrian district number One, Fractional. For her graphic appreciation of the League's purpose, Dorothy will receive a $25 war bond. Ten dollars worth of war savings stamps will be awarded to Henry Sneyd Jr. of Tecumseh for his slogan, "Give for those who have given so much for us," which took second place. Henry attends the Franklin Center School where he is in the eighth grade class of M. Loretta Hartley. With the slogan, "ONCE—and for ALL," Richard Miller of 505 Dennis Street placed third and won $5 worth of war savings stamps. He is in the ninth grade class of Ross E. Wigent at the Adrian junior high school. Six honorable mentions, all of equal value, were made by the judges. The slogans are "Keep a givjn', keep 'em livin'," by Betty Taussnd of Onsted; "We give that they may give us Freedom," by Cloyce L. Lidster of Blissfield; "Money to the League gives hope to the world," by Marjorie Lundahl of 12 Scott Drive; '!A piece of patriotism pays for peace," by Barbara Tuttle of 477 South Main Street; "Help thase who are helping us," by Margaret Jean Ladd of Tipton; and "You give and I give and all humanity will.' live," by Doris June Crouch of Hudson Route 2. Over 4,000 entries were received for the contest which was conducted among the school children of Lenawee County. Those who served as judges were Carl S. De- Lamater, Squire F. Chase and Melvin Beebe. The prizes wiH be awarded to the winners later this week.