Visual display of the United War Work Campaign as conducted in Wisconsin, November 11-20, 1918

				
District 3.
Marathon, Mrs. Homer J. Evans, Wausau.
Langlade, Mrs. L. L. Gibbs, Antigo.
Lincoln, Mrs. August J. Strange, Merrill.
Oneida, Mrs. Ben Lewis, Rhinelander.
Vilas, Mrs. Ruby B. Radcliffe, Eagle River.
Price, Mrs. Frank Henry, Phillips.
Taylor, Mrs. F. G. Pierce, Medford.
Clark, Mrs. Louis Buddenhagen, Neillsville.
District 4.
Brown, Mrs. Geo. E. Richardson, Green Bay.
Door, Mrs. Gretchen Spalsbury, Sturgeon Bay.
Kewaunee, Mrs. W. A. Crowell, Kewaunee.
Shawano, Mrs. E. V. Werner, Shawano.
Oconto, Mrs. Walter Harvey, Oconto.
Marinette, Mrs. Joshua Hodgins, Marinette.
Forest, Miss Edmire Quidlan, Soperton.
Florence, Mrs. Ella Thieman, Florence.
District 5.
La Crosse, Miss Harriett McKinstry, La Crosse.
Trempeleau, Mrs. C. B. Melby, Whitehall.
Jackson, Miss Jane Spaulding, Black River Falls.
Monroe, Mrs. F. M. Bray, Tomah.
Vernon, Miss Ethel Nuzum, Viroqua.
Buffalo, Mrs. M. C. Fisher, Mondovi.
District 6.
Wood, Mrs. I. P. Witter, Grand Rapids,
Mrs. J. C. Marsh, Marshfield.
Portage, Mrs. C. F. Watson, Stevens Point.
Juneau, Miss Mary Elwell, New Lisbon.
Adams, Mrs. H. F. Coppe, Friendship.
Wausau, Mrs. R. W. Rindfleisch, Plainfield.
Green Lake, Mrs. John Card, Markesan.
Mrs. Elmer Morse, Princeton.
Marquette, Miss Anna B. Hull, Montello.
District 7.
Outagamie, Mrs. H. W. Abraham, Appleton.
Waupaca, Miss Grace Wild, Waupaca.
Winnebago, Mrs. Edward, R. Smith, Oshkosh.
Manitowoc, Mrs. C. M. Gleason, Manitowoc.
Fond du Lac, Mrs. W. P. Leek, Fond du Lac.
Sheboygan, Miss Evangeling Kohler, Sheboygan.
Calumet, Mrs. Bertha Youngbeck, Chilton.
District S.
Crawford, Mrs. Geo. T. Atwood, Gays Mills.
Richland, Mrs. Chas. B. DeVoe, Richland Center.
Grant, Mrs. S. W. Doolittle, Lancaster.
Iowa, Mrs. John Williams, Edmund.
Lafayette, Miss Frances Lillie, Darlington.

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AS CONDUCTED IN WISCONSIN

District .9.
Sauk, Mrs. R. P. Perry, Reedsburg.
Columbia, Miss Margaret McConochie, Portage.
Dane, Mrs. Wm. S. Marshall, Madison.
Jefferson, Miss Abby Norton, Watertown.
Green, Mrs. F. B. Luchsinger, Monroe.
Rock, Mrs. Frank Van Kirk, Janesville.
District 10.
Washington, Mrs. Adolph Kissell, Hartford.
Ozaukee, Mrs. Julian Zillier, Port Washington.
Waukesha, Mrs. John Martin, Waukesha.
Milwaukee, Miss Grace Merrill, Milwaukee.
Walworth, Miss Helen Martin, Elkhorn.
Racine, Mrs. W. F. McGaughey, Racine.
Kenosha, Mrs. Otis Trenary, Kenosha.
Dodge, Miss Lilly M. Andrews, Beaver Dam.
The executive committee of the Eau Claire campaign will keep a perman-
ent record of those giving to the United War Work Campaign fund. The
following resolution was adopted: RESOLVED, that the secretary of this
committee at the close of the campaign file with the couny council of de-
fense a list showing the names of the persons who have been requested to
contribute specific amounts to the United War Work Campaign, with the
amount each was asked to contribute. RESOLVED, further, that a further
list be filed with the county council of defense showing the names of those
who failed in whole or in part and showing the amount each subscribed."
A similar record will be kept by Dance county, the county chairman of
the United War Work Campaign having secured permission to place a
permanent record of contributers on file with the county clerk. A number
of other counties in the state have done likewise.
Kenosha county made an enviable and most creditable record in the cam-
paign. Although a war chest county it accepted its full 150 per cent allot-
ment without question or barter, appropriating a total of $168,750. On
top of that the Victory Boys and Victory Girls boosted the final total to
$173,850, making a net subscription of 155 per cent.
Oshkosh proved itself as resourceful as successful when the local ex-
change of the Wisconsin Telephone Company was pressed into service to
call up each person who failed to respond to letters sent out. The occasion
was "Volunteer Day."
Repeated instances were reported to state headquarters whereby com-
munities raised their quotas for the first time in the history of any war
drive.

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