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Homefront: Barrington During WWI

1917 | 1918

1917

April 19, 1917, p.1. Patriotic Citizen Suggests Plans to Aid US In War;  Patriotic Work By The Women

April 19, 1917, p.3. Lowden Calls To Arms For Farms

April 19, 1917, p.7. Illinois News Briefly Told

April 26, 1917, p.1. Coming To The Front

April 26, 1917, p.3. Illinois News Briefly Told

April 26, 1917, p.4. Per Man, Not Per Acre

April 26, 1917, p.7. Mothers In Food Campaign

May 10, 1917, p.1. Red Cross Auxiliary Organized This Week;  Patriotism of Our Local Bank;  Valuable Hints to Housewives

May 17, 1917, p.1. Women's Relief Corps Preparing to Honor Old Soldiers with Appropriate Ceremonies

May 17, 1917, p.4. What Can The Women Do?

May 24, 1917, p.1. Honor Nation's Patriotic Dead;  Patriotic Day at Catlow's Auditorium;  Buy a Liberty Loan Bond;  Red Cross Work is Progressing Nicely

May 24, 1917, p.8. Arrested On His Own Request

May 31, 1917, p.1. Bad Weather Mars Decoration Day;  More New Red Cross Members;  Red Cross Tag Day Returns Net $142.69

May 31, 1917, p.4. Army Of Girls Wanted

May 31, 1917, p.5. Items of Local Interest (look for Catlow Theater blurb near bottom of center column)

June 7, 1917, p.1. 354 Men Register Here on Tuesday

June 7, 1917, p.4. Can or Dry All Surplus

June 14, 1917, p.4. Deliver Us From Hatred

June 14, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

June 21, 1917. p.1. Sale of Liberty Loan Bonds Friday Makes Big Total

June 21, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

June 28, 1917, p.1. Local Red Cross Notes;  Trap Shooters' Patriotic Meet; Organizations Call Off Fourth of July Celebration Here

June 28, 1917, p.4. Posterity Should Pay;  The People Have Answered

June 28, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

June 28, 1917, p.7. Had His Dates Wrong

July 5, 1917, p.4. Who Will It Be?  What Will You Do?

July 12, 1917, p.1. Local Red Cross Membership Growing and Results Are Being Accomplished

July 19, 1917, p.8. They Were Loyal

July 26, 1917, p.1. Citizens to Honor Boys Who Go To Texas Border;  Red Cross Meeting

August 2, 1917, p.1. Public Reception In Honor Solider Boys;  Patriotic Entertainment Tonight

August 2, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

August 9, 1917, p.1. What The Barrington Red Cross Has Accomplished

August 9, 1917, p.4. The War

August 16, 1917, p.1. Woodmen To Help Soldiers

August 16, 1917, p.2. War Apple Crop

August 16, 1917, p.7. Illinois News Told In Brief

August 30, 1917, p.1. Elgin Germans May Be Interred Until After The War;  Items Of Local Interest;  Army and Navy Monday

August 30, 1917, p.6. Food Districts For State Designated

September 6, 1917, p.1. Red Cross and W.R.C. Dine Soldiers

September 6, 1917, p.2. Won't You Help Defeat Kaiser?

September 6, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

September 6, 1917, p.8. Short Local Items

September 13, 1917, p.1. W.R.C. Notes;  Conserve Live Stock of Nation;  Home Guards

September 13, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

September 20, 1917, p.1. Great War Picture

September 20, 1917, p.3. Call Women To Enlist For War

September 27, 1917, p.1. Chicken Pie Supper;  For a Patriotic Fund

September 27, 1917, p.4. Women To Register;  Ban on Christmas Presents;  Great War Picture

September 27, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

October 4, 1917, p.1. Red Cross Plans Active Campaign;  Energetic Bond Campaign Is On; W.R.C. Supper An Attraction;  An Inspiring Firm

October 4, 1917, p.6. Entertainment for Soldiers

October 4, 1917, p.8. Troop Trains Attract Attention

October 11, 1917, p.1. Women's Club Opens;  Liberty Bonds Selling

October 11, 1917, p.7. Lowden Urges Liberty Loan;  Patriots vs. Traitors

October 18, 1917, p.1. W.R.C. Benefit;  Red Cross Notes;  To Open Patriotic Campaign;  Barrington Plans Halloween Party

October 18, 1917, p.4. To Keep Track Of Soldiers

October 25, 1917, p.1. Barrington Now Has $40,100 of her Quota;  The Ghost Will Walk;  Benefit for Patriotic W.R.C.

November 1, 1917, p.1. Barrington Does Herself Proud;    Y.M.C.A. War Work;  Community Party Halloween Eve

November 1, 1917, p.5. Red Cross Notes

November 1, 1917, p.7. Y.M.C.A. Campaign For War Money

November 8, 1917, p.1. W.R.C. To Manage Women's Registration;  Local Men Boost War Fund

November 8, 1917, p.5. Red Cross Notes

November 8, 1917, p.8. Million Letters In The Mail Today Bearing Magic Words "With The Colors" (PHOTOS)

November 15, 1917, p.1. Barrington Women Anxiously Register;  Barrington Village In The Limelight

November 15, 1917, p.8. Million Letters In The Mail Today Bearing Magic Words "With The Colors" (PHOTOS)

November 22, 1917, p.1. Ela Township Gives Y.M.C.A. $300;  Red Cross Notes;  Christmas Packages

November 29, 1917, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

November 29, 1917, p.7. Send Your Magazines To The Front

November 29, 1917, p.8. Red Cross Notes

December 6, 1917, p.1. Red Cross Needs 15,000,000 Members

December 6, 1917, p.6. To Restrict German Women

December 13, 1917, p.3. Women Laborers

December 20, 1917, p.1. Making Big Drive For Red Cross

December 20, 1917, p.4. Cooperate With Y.M.C.A.

December 20, 1917, p.5. Items of Local Interest

1918

January 3, 1918, p.1. Dairy Employees Have Record of One Hundred Per Centage

January 3, 1918, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

January 10, 1918, p.1. Another Liberty Loan Drive;  Another Interesting Letter From France

January 10, 1918, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

January 10, 1918, p.8. Bits Of News Near-By

January 17, 1918, p.1. Bring Home The Bacon;  Y.M.C.A. Progressing; Women's Club and Red Cross

January 24, 1918, p.1. German Aliens Must Register;  Merchants Have "Coal-less" Day

January 24, 1918, p.4. Save String and Paper

January 24, 1918, p.6. To Do Relief Work;  37,500 Nurses Needed

January 31, 1918, p.1. Watch For Thrift Campaign Ads;  Benefit Picture Show

January 31, 1918, p.8. Bits of News Near-By

February 7, 1918, p.5. Items Of Local Interest (center column)

February 14, 1918, p.1. Heatless Mondays Ended;  For Our Soldier Boys; Save The Hens;  "Liberty Chicks" for U.S.

February 14, 1918, p.5.  Items Of Local Interest

February 21, 1918, p.1. Francis G. Blair Tells How We Can Help Win the War;  Joint Work Meeting of Red Cross And Women's Club;  War Camp Recreation Fund

February 21, 1918, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

February 21, 1918, p.8. "Eyes for Navy" From the Public

February 28, 1918, p.1. Sends Ten Ambulances To Our Soldiers "Over There";  Committee Named for War Recreation Solders' Fund

February 28, 1918, p.4. Children Toil To Earn For Stamps

March 7, 1918, p.1. Plant a Garden and Assist Government;  Interest News Near-By; Minstrel Show April 5

March 7, 1918, p.7. News Nuggets From Illinois

March 14, 1918, p.1. Uncle Sam Minstrel Show;  Mystic Workers' Masquerade Ball

March 21, 1918, p.1. War Garden Movement Grows

March 28, 1918, p.1. Don't Be Idle This Spring, Work;  Have You A Rifle?

April 4, 1918, p.1. Red Cross Notes

April 4, 1918, p.3. News Brevities of Illinois

April 4, 1918, p.6. Your Loyalty to Country's Cause

April 11, 1918, p.1. Give The Boys Over There Support Needed For Victory;  Short Local Items;  U.S. Minstrel Show Was Great Success

April 11, 1918, p.4. Money as needful as Men, Says Governor

April 11, 1918, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

April 11, 1918, p.6. Loyal Americans Must Contribute

April 18, 1918, p.1. Liberty Loan Subscriptions;  Bits of News Near-By

April 18, 1918, p.4. Grocers Help In 50-50 Plan

April 18, 1918, p.5. Items Of Local Interest

April 18, 1918, p.6. Women Must Help Raise War Funds

April 25, 1918, p.1. Big Liberty Parade at 7pm Tomorrow;  Red Cross Notes;  News Notes Near-By;  More Cereals for Allies Demanded

April 25, 1918, p.5. Items of Local Interest

April 25, 1918, p.7. State News In Brief

May 2, 1918, p.1. Many March In Big Liberty Day Parade;  The Last Appeal;  Address of Henry R. Rathbone in Support of the Liberty Loan

May 2, 1918, p.3. News Of Illinois

May 2, 1918, p.4. Gardens and Guns

May 2, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

May 9, 1918, p.1. Loyal Citizens Put Loan Over The Top;  "Why We Fight"

May 9, 1918, p.3. Illinois Brevities

May 9, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

May 16, 1918, p.1. Red Cross Drive On Here All Next Week;  Barrington Will Honor Nation's Patriotic Dead;  Red Cross Notes

May 16, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

May 23, 1918, p.1. Red Cross and Meeting Parade

May 23, 1918, p.4. Big Patriotic Celebrations Here Sunday and Thursday

May 23, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

May 30, 1918, p.1. To Pay Homage To Fallen War Heroes;  Over the Top in 2nd Red Cross Drive; Bring in Your Wheat

May 30, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

May 30, 1918, p.8. News Notes Near-By

June 6, 1918, p.1. Heroes of 3 Wars Honored Thursday;  All Female German Alien Enemies Must Register;  Basket Social and Program for Benefit of Red Cross

June 6, 1918, p.3. President Asks People To Save;  Not An Auxiliary

June 6, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

June 20, 1918, p.1. Strict Regulations on Meat and Sugar;  Catch Crop

June 20, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

June 20, 1918, p.7. News Nuggets From Illinois

June 27, 1918, p.1. Palatine to Celebrate 4th;  Short Local Items;  Emergency Farm Help Needed

June 27, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

July 4, 1918, p.1. A Call For Magazines

July 4, 1918, p.7. News of Illinois

July 11, 1918, p.1. Quiet Fourth in Barrington

July 11, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

July 18, 1918, p.1. News Notes Near-By;  Have you a Tent to Lend?;  Bring in Your Wheat and Flour

July 18, 1918, p.4. Solving Farm Labor Problem

July 18, 1918, p.5. Housewives Are Urged To Use Graham Flour;  Items of Interest to Local People

July 18, 1918, p.7. Illinois State News

July 25, 1918, p.1. News Notes Near-By;  Ten Kinds of Women Slackers

July 25, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

August 1, 1918, p.7. News of Illinois

August 8, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

August 15, 1918, p.1. Crystal Lake Editor Raps Minister for Disloyalty;  Be A Pershing Patriot

August 15, 1918, p.4. Fourth Liberty Loan;  Ice Conservation Urged

August 15, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

August 22, 1918, p.1. War Savings Stamp Drive to Be Continued;  Threshing Methods Unjust Says Advisor

August 22, 1918, p.3. Must Discourage Buying Luxuries

August 29, 1918, p.1. Local Red Cross Chapter Works for Soldiers Only;  A Patriotic Entertainment;  No Sunday Pleasure Trips;  Patriotic Services Are Well Attended

September 5, 1918, p.1. Barrington's Quota $175,000;  A Treat For All At The Patriotic Entertainment;  Wheatless Days Are Over For Americans;  Red Cross Receives $350.00

September 5, 1918, p.3. Hints to Housewives

September 5, 1918, p.4. Egg Waste Alarming

September 5, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

September 12, 1918, p.1. New Sugar Card System;  The Fourth Liberty Loan;  Another Autoless Sunday is Duly Observed in Barrington

September 12, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

September 12, 1918, p.7. News Nuggets from Illinois

September 19, 1918, p.1. It Is An Obligation of Citizenship To Subscribe for Bonds

September 26, 1918, p.1. Complete Plans For Fourth Liberty Loan;  Save all Fruit Pits;  News of the Boy Scouts;  Belgium Needing Clothing

September 26, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

September 26, 1918, p.7. State News

October 3, 1918, p.1. Club Will Open October 16;  Let's Go "Over the Top" in Ten Days

October 3, 1918, p.4. The Blue Triangle On Babel's Tower

October 3, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

October 3, 1918, p.8. Public Collecting Fruit Pies For Soldiers' Gas Masks

October 10, 1918, p.1. Don't Disappoint Our Boys Now in France

October 10, 1918, p.4. A Bit Of Home Within The Camp

October 17, 1918, p.1. Liberty Loan Quota Almost Subscribed

October 17, 1918, p.3. Illinois State News

October 17, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

October 24, 1918, p.1. Patriotic Citizens Put Fourth Loan Over

October 24, 1918, p.3. Illinois State News

October 24, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People;  Extract Materials for Munitions

October 24, 1918, p.7. Proud Record of Red Cross

October 31, 1918, p.1. Christmas Boxes for Soldiers Should Be Ready By November 11

October 31, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

November 14, 1918, p.1. Barrington Goes Wild Over Huns' Surrender;  Fill them Out, You  Bet;  United War Work Campaign Will End Monday; Cuba Raises Quota

November 14, 1918, p.4. When Preparedness Counted;  Our Saved Food Fed The Allies

November 14, 1918, p.5. Items of Interest to Local People

November 14, 1918, p.8. The Western Front At Home