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Walks. Of Life Women All n Are Employed At Sangamon Ordnance Plant Herewith are cited some authentic cases-typical cases-typical cases-typical examples of women who have joined with Sangamon Ordnance to shorten the war and save lives. These examples are a cross section of thousands of women employed at Sangamon Ordnance, names of the women whose cases are cited are withheld because of their desire to avoid publicity. HOUSEWIFE Mrs - has 3 children, her husband it serving in the Armed Forces. She is employed on one of the Production Lines. Her three children are well taken care of in the Supervised Nursery, operated operated at Sangamon Ordnance. Many other children of mothers ivho ivork here are safely cared for during during the day. CLUB WOMAN Mrs .a prominent club woman uhose husband is a well known executive, insisted on a line job with Sangamon Ordnance. She felt that such an occupation would better fulfill her desire to contribute contribute directly to the War Effort. She invests her entire entire salary in War Bonds a further contribution toward winning the war. SCHOOL TEACHER Many school teachers are employed at m Sangamon Ordnance during their vacation periods. An unusually patriotic' example is Mrs who, despite her age of 60 years, is doing a remarkable job in our production division. 1 v i ' ; ! f: " -f -f j. 1 f 3& " I -v -v ?4 1 1 ! ...... - ' ' ff i J v '1 V x I it - - SALES LADY jlISS ....... formerly a sales lady whose fianct it in the Armed Services, regarded it her duty to' help supply the boys at the front with ammunition to fight the enemy. She is doing a splendid job hen. enjoys her work immensely and glories in the satisfaction satisfaction of contributing directly to the war effort. MOTHER Mrs. an M line machine operator, hat four sans and two sons-in-law sons-in-law sons-in-law sons-in-law sons-in-law in the Armed Forces. She feels that she is literally fighting side by side with her loved ones in helping to get out the ammunition so urgently needed on all the fighting fronts. Wives of Service Men WE NEED MOR Hundreds of wives of the men who are serving in the Armed Forces are gainfully employed at Sangamon Sangamon Ordnance. In addition to good wages, they art happy in the knowledge that their efforts are hasten ing the day of Victory and the day their men Will tome marching home. MEN AT ONCE HOUSEWIVES SALES LADIES CLERKS OFFICE WORKERS VACATION WORKERS SPARE TIME WORKERS APPLY TODAY Due to our recent increased production schedules occasioned by urgent requests for more ammunition on the invasion fronts . . . we have openings for hundreds of women. With so many of our men actively engaged in the armed forces . . . with more of them bding called every day ... it behooves the patriotic women of our country to step in and fill the breach in vital war work. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED GOOD WAGES PLEASANT WORKING CONDITIONS DESIRABLE JOBS PLEASANT Working Conditions Choict, Djy or Evening Work Bonus for evening hours. Time and a half for all work over 40 hours. Light, Clean, Sanitary Work Roomt Uniform! Furnished Clean, Individual Lockers Cood Cafeteria Meals Available Supervised Nursery, Nominal Cost WOMEN...ijf Your Present Job Is Not a War Job APPLY TODAY YOU CAN HELP SHORTEN THIS WAR AND SAVE MANY LIVES APPLY t our EMPLOYMENT REPRESENTATIVE Employment Office 144 N. Franklin St. Decatur, Illinois Remington Rand Inc. OPERATOR OF Sangamon Ordnance Plant ILLIOPOUS, ILLINOIS ' APPLY at THE PLANT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Sangamon Ordnance Plant llliopolis, Illinois Our Plant Flies The Army-Navy Army-Navy Army-Navy "E" Award Flag With White Star For Excellence In Continued Production

Clipped from The Decatur Daily Review28 Jun 1944, WedPage 10

The Decatur Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois)28 Jun 1944, WedPage 10
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