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i k * - * * a,j '■ > ' f *“ Association £ “One flag, the American flag; one language, the language 1 of the Declaration of Independence; one loyalty, loyalty to the ri- - i American people.”—Theodore Roosevelt. , • • i . ■ ‘ ; • i • ‘ * 1 t i f '> > . This movement has for its object the perpetuation of i the Strong, clear Americanism for which Theodore Roosevelt stood, in the form of an f “ '> - • : ‘ i\ '■( ~ / 1■: / r ■ V everlasting memorial, which will serve as an inspiration to future generations. *r • * .• 1 * *‘ i * ''' / ' I *.** * ** ; ■ * f* ' . .- v , 5 .... • . ’* Nonpartisan in character, this campaign should make . a strong appeal to all citizens, particularly to us of the west as this section of she country was always held in especial regard by this great American. ' 5 I /# A Membership Campaign Will Be Conducted \ | ~r ij v ft .' v‘ J' ■*' q. : ’ ? . ? ' '•, • » ■ , , f-t 4 ' ■>" l ' .* .. ■A ■ £C, Q . From October 2G*h |o 27th, 1919 I - t •; f . . _ ai|d the names of all members will be inscribed as a part of the memorial. \ ?},t * ' « ■ Vi ■ \ : v •* Arizona has undertake to raise $25,000 towards this fund and 7 S7BO has been apportioned to Navajo county. ij" TT!"-. vl y'• 'v■ i <>~tv ’ : Donations to the fund from the dime of the admiring child to the liberal subscrip tion of the wage earner will be received at either bank and will be appreciated by the i ... local committee. 1 f *%■£ %' / £ . , < j;l *!***>', ' I-1 *'.V :• . *■ ■ ■' | i i> • I i " . ■ - : ' I > Mrs. A. E. Gillard J. F. Mahoney Mrs. Elsa Pingrey W. E. Garver W. D. Hitchcock Rev. Ed. Albouy Dr. 0. S. Brown Dr. C. L. Hathaway J. H. Gibson Chas. Cahn C. H. McKellips :; Wm. J. Daze, Jr. J. A. Greaves Mrs. T. Barsaleaux Ira Hayes Mrs. Geo. Keyes, Jr. Dr. Geo. P. Sampson Dr. P. D. Sprankle W. L. Morrison C. C. Grover X' W f If. Dagg V. C. Proctor Frank Mattox G. Q, Pazell Peter Henderson R. C. Cresswell Chas. McCauley ♦; Kenneth Meyers Committee for Winslow. i j! ll_ „ . i 1 ■ • • -■ • X .