Text: Enrolls for National Service - Members - Instructions For Use - To the Principal or Teacher: Have the school children draw in the name of the school at the top of the poster after careful lettering under your direction. Exhibit the poster at the Lincoln's Birthday Exercise, and hang it in a prominent place during the enrollment period which ends on Washington's Birthday. At Washington's Birthday Exercise let some of the children, as part of the ceremony, paste in figures representing the number of children enrolled above the word Members.
It Takes Both to Win the War - Be A True American!
Text: It Takes Both to Win the War - A 100% efficient soldier must have 100% efficient workers behind him in the mills, mines, and factories, to save the world for humanity and bring victory to our Flag. - Uncle Sam will find the men and train them to fight. You are making goods for them. Quick deliveries and best workmanship are vital to their success. - Be a true American! - COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE, Washington, D.C.
Text: Thrift and Economy - The Council of National Defense and the Advisory Commission to the Council, believe that a concerted effort for economy by the people of the Nation will not only go far toward paying America's expenses in the war, but will also reduce consumption of raw and manufactured materials essential to the conduct of the war. - The Council urges all to refrain from unnecessary expenditure of every kind, and to bear constantly in mind that only one thing is now of real importance, and that is winning the war. - The Nation's resources in manpower, money, transportation, foodstuffs, raw materials, and fuel, have already been subjected to heavy strain, and it is the clear duty of every citizen to guard against increasing this strain by a single wasteful act. - It is most creditable for everyone--man and woman, boy and girl--to be economical in dress, food, and manner of living. Every evidence of helpful self-denial on the part of all in a time like this is most commendable. - This war is more than a conflict between armies; it is a contest in which every man, woman, and child can and should render assistance. Thrift and economy is not only a patriotic privilege; it is a duty. - Council of National Defense: The Secretary of War, Chairman; The Secretary of Navy; The Secretary of Interior; The Secretary of Agriculture; The Secretary of Commerce; The Secretary of Labor - Advisory Commission of the COuncil of National Defense (signatures below) - One cent saved each day by every person in the United States means $1,00,000 per day - One lump of sugar saved each day by every person in the United States means 2,000,000 pounds per day
Text: UNITED WE SERVE - Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A. - National Catholic War Council-K.of C. - Jewish Welfare Board - War Camp Community Service - American Library Association - Salvation army - United War Work Campaign - $170,500,000.