June 25, 1942, in The Star: A new batch of young men of Calhoun County, numbering from 1,000 to 1,500, will be registered for the draft next week. Those born on or after Jan. 1, 1922, and on or before June 30, 1924, are required to register. The five principal places of registration in Anniston are the 15th Street Fire Station, Economy Drug Store, Anniston Motor Company, the Calhoun County Courthouse and Anniston City Hall.
June 24, 1942, in The Star: Calhoun County has four summer feeding centers for children whose parents, pressed perhaps by the demands of wartime work, can’t provide kitchen table meals for them. The feeding centers are sponsored by the Department of Public Welfare, the Community Chest, the Anniston school system and the WPA. They are located at Barber Memorial Seminary in Anniston (for black children), at Sixth Ward School, at the Church of St. Michael and in Jacksonville.
June 23, 1942, in The Star: A share-your-car and share-your-truck program of neighborliness is being inaugurated among farmers of Calhoun County at the suggestion of the local war board of the Department of Agriculture. This program is being instituted because of a shortage of tires and parts of motor vehicles. All farmers have been urged to cooperate in neighborhood pooling. “Every farmer should let his neighbors know when he goes into town and offer to take them or run errands for them.
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Selecting a term
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