TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 194-1 BIATI1KVILLK COU1UEH NEWS s 0 ; youII be mighty glad you met one merioans! Maybe ii will be a man. Or it may be a woman. Anyway, sometime between Nov. 20th' and Dec. 16th", someone is going to come, to you and ask you to dig down deep into your pocketbook and come up with some extra cash. Enough extra cash to buy at least one extra $100 War Bond in the 6th War Loan! Welcome him-or her. These Victory Volunteers are patriotic Americans, working extra hours, working extra hard-doing a vitally necessary wartime job. They're doing a job for Uncle Sam-for our fighting men—for you! They're making it easy for you to do what every one of us at home must do— fight this war to a finish" with' our dollars. And they're making it easy for you to do what every one of us wants to do—look after your family's future by laying aside money for that future. War Bonds are the safest, soundest investment in the world today. Every dollar you put into them will come back.to you-and bring more dollars with it. Dollars that can help to guarantee a busy, prosperous future for this whole country, and everybody in it. So-when the Victory Volunteer tomes, welcome him. Buy that extra $100 Bond. For the day is coming when, both for your country's sake and your own, 'you'll be mighty glad he came around to you! And here are 6 more reasons for buying at leasf an extra $IOO War Bond In the 6th1 1. War Bonds oro tho bost, the jafoit iiwotlmont In worWI 2. V/or Bonds return you $4 for every $3 at maturity, 3. War Bonds am as convenient as caih-ond lnaoa<e In vatuo to bootl 4. War Bonds mean education for your children, security for you, « nosl ogg lo fall back on, come what may. 5. Wor Bonds help koop down tho cost of living. 6. Wur Bonds will help win tho Peace by increasing purchasing power offer Ike war. extra *IOO War Bond Today I This Message Contributed to the 6th War Loan Effort by l?H '->'
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