UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN

CLARA S. ROE       M. B. ROSENDtERRY  MARGUERITE MIHRIMAZN
Director IWs a  , If   War Chest-Corporations Associate Publicity Director
director general of the United War Work Campaign, featured the afternoon
session with an address that aroused the enthusiasm of the immense
audience to a pitch which clinched success in the forthcoming campaign.
A representative of each of the seven organizations also forcefully pre-
sented the work of each. Following is the program:
Organ recital-----------------W. H. Williamson, Milwaukee
Invocation------------------- The Rev. Father O'Leary, Manitowoc
Community Singing-----------Led by Frederick W. Carberry, Milwaukee
Opening Statement------------Chief Justice J. B. Winslow
Address---------------------Dr. John R. Mott, Director General United
War Work Campaign
Y. M. C. A.- ------------------ Martin Bickham, Gen. Sec. Great Lakes
Navy M. M. C. A.
Y. W. C. A.------------------Miss Henrietta Roelofs, Y. AV. C. A. Worker
in France
National Catholic War Council Bishop Paul Rhode, Green Bay
Jewish Welfare Board---------Benjamin Poss, Milwaukee
War Camp Community Service Justice J. B. Rosenberry, Madison
American Library Association. M. S. Dudgeon, Madison
Salvation Army---------------Brig. George Davis, Milwaukee
Address---------------------H. M. Breadsley, Kansas City, Mo., Chair-
man Central Department
Closing Remarks-------------Emerson Ela, Madison, Executive Chair-
man, Wisconsin
Singing---------------------America
Closing Prayer---------------The Rev. C. H. Beale, Milwaukee
MOTTh DESCRIBES MERGER SIGNIFICANCE
In stirring words of eloquence, Director General Mott thrilled the large
audience in outlining the vast significance of the merger which blended
the seven great war relief agencies into a united campaign. "By coopera-
tion and by merging our experiences we achieve higher efficiency," said Dr.
Mott. "By working together we promote the solidarity of the nation."
Further Dr. Mott said in part:
"When our President, that one who sees both sides of the shield
with straighter eye than any man, I think, living, that one who real-
izes, certainly as no other American, the situation as it is today, that

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