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Award-Winning Civil Defense Volunteer Workers, March 1944

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1944
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WOMEN WORKERS RECEIVE AWARDS: The five women pictured here have been recognized by the OPA for contributing from 500-2,000 hours of volunteer work each in the volunteer office of Civilian Defense. Mrs. Camillo Petri (left) is staff assistant at CDVO and has given more than 500 hours of service. Mrs. Clifford Woody, center, has served continuously in the volunteer office for two years and has contributed more than 1,000 hours. She has had charge of the speakers bureau for the volunteer office and is now a regular staff assistant. Mrs. Francis A. Anderson (right) was at Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941, and worked there for the Red Cross in all branches wherever needed. She came to Ann Arbor in October 1942, and helped organize the neighborhood war clubs and is now a sector director. In addition, she spends one day a week in the volunteer office. Mrs. Evelyn Thieme, standing in the rear, is in charge of classification, and working with Miss Nora Hunt and Mrs. James Foster, has kept records and supplied names for the honor roll in front of the court hours. Mrs. Robert Granville, seated at the rear, is chairman of the Civilian Defense Child Care committee and has done more than 1,000 hours of volunteer work.

Award-Winning Civil Defense Volunteer Workers, March 1944

Award-Winning Civil Defense Volunteer Workers, March 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1944
Caption
VOLUNTEERS GIVEN OPA AWARDS: Fourteen women working as volunteers with the commodities panel of the rationing board who have each contributed more than 500 hours of work since rationing began have been given awards for service by the OPA. The five women pictured above who were among the receivers of the awards are, from left to right, Mrs. Willard Olson, Mrs. Harold Haines, Mrs. Fred Wahr, Mrs. Louis Bredvold and Mrs. Donal H. Haines. Other women who also received awards are Mrs. Paul Barker, Mrs. William Walz, Miss Myfanwy Lloyd, Mrs. W. L. Badger, Mrs. Laylin K. James, Mrs. Joseph Pasterino, Mrs. Kenneth McMurray, Mrs. A. D. Moore and Mrs. Raymond Waggoner.

Ration Board Volunteer Workers, March 1944

Ration Board Volunteer Workers, March 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1944
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WORK OF VOLUNTEERS RECOGNIZED: Harold Schneider (left), Mrs. Faith Ross (center) and Fred Dettlinger (right) have served as volunteer workers on the as rationing board since its organization in 1942. Because of the service they have rendered the community the OPA has presented them with awards in recognition of the work they have accomplished. Both Mr. Schneider and Mr. Dettlinger have full time jobs, and devote their spare time to helping in the rationing board office.

Ration Board, 1944

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