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" WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1918.
COKI'U: CMKISTI CALLER
"We joined have you? '
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When you have that button pinned on your
coat, you can look the whole world in the face
and feci proud.
It means you have answered "present" to the
Red Cross Christmas Roll Call for 1919. It
means that you have placed your personal
stamp of approval on the work of the Greatest
Mother in the World and that you have given
her the moral support of your membership.
Red Cross work must go on!
As long as Americans are under arms across
the sea, as long as the results of war, pestilence
and famine afflict the world, the need for the
Red Cross will exist.
America has never failed in doing its full
duty that duty now is universal member
ship in the Red Cross.
fom the Red Cross
j -all you need is a heart and a dollar
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