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The Birmingham age-herald. [volume] (Birmingham, Ala.) 1902-1950, December 23, 1918, Image 10

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Put your flag
in your window
^4et your neighbors
know you haven’t for
gotten Belgium — and
Prance — and our boys
who remain overseas,
In bringing comfort to the needy
and suffering. Make it an unbroken
chain of genuine sympathy that will
encircle the globe. Just because the
war is won, don’t think the work of
the Red Cross is done. Don’t shirk
JOIN!
Today is your last
chance. Get your
button at a booth
At all Banks and Public Places
Show the Christmas
Spirit in the
Red Cross Roll Call
/
Wear your Button
It is evidence that you
have placed your stamp
of approval on the excel
lent work which the
American Red Cross has
done—and will continue
to do. Don’t think for a
minute that there will be
curtailment of essential
work.
ALL YOU NEED
IS A HEART AND
A DOLLAR
I .
This space contributed to the Red Cross by
Loveman, Joseph & Loeb
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