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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, October 11, 1946, Image 7

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YOUR COMMUNITY CHEST $ $ $
They Receive ..... This. The Community Receives...
BOY SCOUTS
Character building, education and fun for
white and Negro boys between the ages of nine
, and 18 years.
BRIGADE BOYS
For white boys from five to 18 years of age, for
the enjoyment of a social and educational pro- ^
gram.
GIRL SCOUTS
A variety of activities, service to others and
group recreation, for white and Negro girls
seven to 18 years.
SHAW BOYS CLUB
Wholesome recreation, education and vocation
al training for Negro boys from seven to 20 ^
years.
CAMERON CAMP
Summer outings for under-privileged boys at^^——►>
spacious Porter’s Neck on Middle Sound.
Y. M. C. A.
Organized neighborhood groups, sports and
fun for all boys and young men, with emphasis
on character development.
Y. W. C. A.
Club life and recreation for girls and young
women, with enrichment of Christian experi-J^—
ence as a goal.
FAMILY SERVICE SOCIETY
Counseling and material aid for persons faced
with domestic problems; student aid service for ►
children.
NURSING ASSOCIATION
Community health protection through Visiting_
Nurse service and instructive Public Health
Nursing.
SALVATION ARMY
Case work services to white and Negro families, ^
housing to transients and aid to veterans.
TRAVELERS' AID
Assistance to travelers, including counsel, ma
terial aid and protection, and travel service for
residents.
U. S. 0
Recreation for servicemen and women, particu
larly those stationed at nearby camps and 3P ■ 1 >
bases.
SOCIAL SERVICE INDEX
A confidential clearing house for agencies ex- jp >
tending services to individuals and families.
$ 9,100
$ 9,622
$ 9,230
$ 8,053
$ 2,145
$10,635
$ 9,834
$ 8,381
$ 2,516
$ 6,104
$ 6,444
$10,345
$ 2,085
Good Citizenship
Better citizenship, less accidents, and organized
assistance in coping with holiday traffic prob
lems.
Youth Guidance
Happier youngsters, constructive guidance for
mischievous youths, and better trained business
men of the future.
Better Homes
Better wives and mothers, more successful
business women, neater and more neighborly
women citizens.
Negro Youth Program
Healthy and cooperative Negro citizens, mark
ed reduction in juvenile delinquency and better
understanding between races.
Summer Outings
^^ A community where youth's enjoy more equal
advantages, an elevation of health and social
standards.
_ Healthful Activities
A center for culture and health-building sports,
p haven for servicemen and other transients.
Christian Training
_ w An organization which can be called on for as
sistance in many worthy causes, a religious en
vironment for girls and women.
Domestic Counsel
__^ ^ Better family relations, children better adjust^
ed to community, school and family life.
Calls To The Sick
A safer place to live, better health habits prac
ticed by the community as a whole, lower in
fant mortality rate.
A Helping Hand
Religious training for young and old, a refuge
for the homeless, aid to the needy.
Information Center
A means of helping travelers with problems, a
- place where residents may go for aid in travel
plans.
For Men In Uniform
A way of extending a greeting to visiting serv
^ icemen and women, respectable and pleasant
entertainment for the week-enders.
CENTRAL FILES
Prevent duplication of services and serve as a
' lead to information in other agencies.
THE TIME-OCT. 15 - 25-IS NOW!!.
THIS INTRODUCTORY ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE COMMUNITY CHEST CAMPAIGN SPONSORED BY THE FOUR UNDERSIGNED LEADING FURNITURE FIRMS
Wilmington Furniture & Storage Corp. Pender Furniture Company
THE OLD RELIABLE - WILMINGTON'S CHOICE SINCE 1905 '' . HOME FURNISHINGS
. i
Sutton Council Furniture Company Todd Furniture Company
FOR FURNITURE. OF DISTINCTION FINE FURNITURE MEANS FINE LIVING

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