The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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;:.v^V^V'-' ", $•', {' i, t ^ i'TWO ' BLYTfiEVIlliLE (ARK.) 'COURIER FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1944.. H ERE is a tough job. With long 'hours. No pay. And little thanks. Yet many a man and many a woman is;gladly giving up spare time to take it on. The Victory Volunteer. Starting June 12 he'll knock on your door, or stop .at your desk or your machine, swallow once or twice, and ask you to buy extra Bonds during this Fifth War Loan. Why does helake the time to.do it? Certainly it would be more pleasant to be sitting at home, smoking a pipe, readings paper, or (tending the garden. • ''.'••> But .this Victory Vohmteerisbuming inside. He feels the crisis. He knows that now is the high point. Now is the agony. Now is the 'last turn of the screw. Now is the time to .buy the Bonds you can't afford. The count is 3 balls and 2 strikes. The time is now. 'Now. N0W1 * / So when the Victory Volunteer comes. to you, welcome him. And buy double the amount of Bonds you bought last time! WeVe -got to! Will you Be A Victory Volunteer? Many patriotic men find women have already signed up lo net as Victory Volunteers bitt more are needed. As a Victory Volunteer, .you will serve your country in one of the imoat important missions 'ever given to civilians in wartime. Spend an hour .or two a day in your own neighborhood. The task is important— the rewards great, for you will have the satisfaction of helping America toward Victory. For full details go today to I-oy Eich, chairman north half of Mississippi County. No .obligation, of course. June 12 — 5'" WAR LOAN This A F dvertisement Contributed to the War Effort by N. . • The Farmers Bank and Trust Company Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

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