Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 279, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1922 Page: 4 of 6
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THE SALVATION ARMY BUDGET
Year Ending March 31, 15>2.'5
Building1 Fund to complete $1,500.00
Building Fund Bills Outstanding... 1,(>00.00
Local Maintenance and Relief •">,000.00
Home Service 400.00
State Fund 800.00
Corps Income other than Annual
To be Raised by Annual Appeal...$7,">00.00
Home service is the extension work of the
Salvation Army into our Country. State
Fund is our share for maintenance of the
Rescue homes, Orphanages, Industrial home
etc., that take care of the cases we send to
them; also Divisional and Territorial super-
COMMUNITY LEADERS OUR
In every county in Oklahoma loading citi-
zens form an Advisory Board lor the Salva-
tion Army. These Boards have ro"pvesenta-
tives in every school district who report cases
of distress. Instant action is taken on every
Drumright County Advisory Board mem-
bership is as follows: Aaron Drumright,
president, W. R. Barney, vice-president, P.
J. Stephenson, treasurer, H. L. Cohen, secre-
tary, Lou Allard, W. E. Nicodcmus, Frank
Foster, Homer O'Dell, Walter 1>. Miser, l)r.
O. W. Starr, J. A. Fogaley, E. C. Morris, of
Drumright and W. W. Groom, R. 1. Jones,
A. A. Rollstone, Joe Abraham, H. (1. Hen-
dricks and Henry Lemons of Bristow, Ben
Burkey and Cohen Sellers, Shamrock.
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Two of The Hospital Wards of the Salvation Army Citadel.
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INSPECTION OF HALL BY WORKERS ON ANNUAL APPEAL
"If only the citizens of Drumright would inspect thibuilding and knew the
work carried on here they would certainly dig deep into their pockets and com- *
plete the work they started." (Signed) Ray Gillette. j-
After the luncheon at the Roberts at noon yesterday about thirty men,
pledged to assist the Advisory Board in the raising of funds, inspected the Sal-
.$ vation Army Citadel and expressed themselves astonished and amazed at what
/- A thev saw and what they learned about the activities ol the local ( orps 1 hey
were unanimous in their statement that every citi/. n in Drumright Vould gladly
•] nd to the Appeal for the completing of the buiUlin;-; it. they only realized the
necessity of it.
THESE MEN ARE CALLING UPON YOU Tlii> WEEK.
GIVE THEM A HEARING.
GIVE THEM YOUR MORAL SUPPORT.
GIVE THEM ALL YOU CAN FINANCIALLY.
P. J. STEPHENSON,
Chairman Finance Committee
Salvation Army Advisory Board
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Annual Appeal April 24th to 30th
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Drumright Evening Derrick (Drumright, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 279, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 27, 1922, newspaper, April 27, 1922; Drumright, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc163702/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.