The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 11, 1944 · Page 22
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January 11, 1944

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

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M a s o n 1 C i t y G l o b e - G a z e t t e Will you be showing this Badge of Honor in your window? ^ V If s the sign of a well-financed farm too! The Fourth War Loan will start Jan, 18! Every farmer in America is called to the greatest offensive yet . . . the buying of more War Bonds than he has ever bought before. There are lots of other places we COULD be putting our money, sure! And there are lots of other places our boys COULD be than in foxholes and slit trenches. But none of those other things we'd rather be buying or doing amount to anything right now. The boys are doing THEIR job. We've got OURS to do to take every cent we can scrape together and buy War Bonds with it! And what a lot of sense it-makes, after oil. War Bonds are the safest and best financial reserve ever offer- ed us. We will hav,e buildings to repair, machinery to replace, and improvements to buy later on. Where's the money coming from if not from today's earnings? And where's the money coming from for that long vacation, for the children's education, for the new car? Take a look at the types of War Bond investments that are offered. Pick the type that fits your particular needs. And then write out the biggest check you can and order Bonds today from your postmaster, your bank or your Production Credit Association. You will look back on this day as the WISEST day you ever lived! Every bond bought from now until February 15 counts on your county's quota in the Fourth War Loan. choice of investments Pick the one that fits Y»** needs I SMM E W«r Sminw .nJl: For individuals. Purcliaje limit, $5,000 (maturity value) in any one year. Fot a $25 Bond, you pay $18.75, £Ct back J25 in ten jears. Ijtcwise, the $50 Bond Costs $37-50, the $100 Boad $75, the J5OOBond $375, and the $1,000 Bond $75O. Interest, nguteiout at 2.9* compounded semi-annually, if held to maturity. 7" ~ compoune Jern-annuay, e to matu 'transferable*, therefore not good for collateral. . These Bonds arc not , U. S. S«v'm«l S»rJi: For associations, trustees and corporations a -well as indivi duals. Purch asc lira it, $50,000 in any ope year. You pay full price for a Bond, but twelve 2.VA annual interest, paid to yoa semi-armuiMy by Treasury check. Bonds will Ve redeemed ia 12 years but an be redeemed prior to maturity if you need, the cash. ?Coc transferable, therefore ~aoi good for collateral. Denominations: $100, $50O, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. aKK TiWfWy Bw%4.- These Bonds are priced at 100* face value plus accrued inreiest. Interest payable on a semi-annual basis June 15 and December IS. They may be redeemed at the option of the UnfteJ States at pa and accrued interest after December 15, 1964 and until 19^9- They may be obtained in beater form viBi interest coupons attached, or registered as to principal and interest. They may be pledged aj collitenl fa* loans, iaduding loans by commercial banks. Denominations: $500, $1,000 and up. This window sticker identifies you as the; purchaser of tstra War Bonds during the Fourth War Loan. It is a badge of honor to be displayed with pride. Be the first in your, neighborhood co have one. Buy an txlra Wat Bond today! You can buy Series E War Savings Bonds from your bank, post-office, mail carrier or Production Credit Association. ~ff You can name a co-owner or a beneficiary: ·jf You never get less than you lend; For America's future, for ywnr future, for yow dwdnm's fftore invest in «xfr« War Bomb now! ttif a *n fffifitl V. S. Tmunrj *Jvtrtatme*l--tnf*r*i mJtr Mtsffcts ·/ Trefntry Detriment uul W*r AJfertifiHf GMMKZ* BACK THE ATTACK! * * * * * * * * * * * Hih sp*ce * * contribution to ow country by 5000 WATTS RADIO STATION KGLO 1300 ON YOUR RADIO DIAL

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