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Start on a House-to-House canvass of every Home in the City Today
to secure applications and other data necessary to induct women workers
into the local munition plants and in this connection we bespeak for these
patriotic Minute Women a courteous and prompt reception, that their
philanthropic work may be complete at the earliest moment - - - Every wo
man is urged to study the questions on registration card repro
duced helowand he ready to answer quickly.
'fli<kilAM riUIllllUMlS IS VVUiU&ila uuu
depends absolutely on the number of
guns and shells and tanks and airplanes
we can turn out in the next few months
the number of ships we can build to rush
them over, and the number of helpers
we can get for munition plants.
Don't MesitateYou Must
Enlist Now at
U. S. . Employment Bureau
303 Fairfield Avenue
or at the
Minute Women's Registration
SIR A M.; CkoaI- (5)
The duration of this war depends on the
number of men America sends to France
--that's why the Women are called upon
to enlist for MUNITION WORK
the more men we rend the more muni
tions are needed, and therefore the
number of men that we can send
REPLICA OF REGISTRATION CARD FOR WOMEN
WOMAN'S COMMITTKK niHDGKPORT WAR BUREAU
Last Name First Name
Age . Tel. No.
Address Citizen of U. S.
Married rr Single I Nationality
Present Employers KDUCATIOX -
Grammar ' High Sen.
f unemployed, will you work )
full tin.6 in essential -industry ) - Trade Sen. Private
Or will yo ii work part time? . Specialized training
When wi'il you begin?
Signature of Registrant , ,
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