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16 Monday, Jan. 31,' 1944 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE ' JMr jÂ«. ^**^^W_ i^SHh Â·CM^^^^__j This /arm boy stopped bullets intended /or you... TOE MARTINEZ, Colorado farm boy, his battalion bogged J down under withering fire from Jap positions on Attu, arose alone and advanced into a hail of bullets to clean out trench after trench so his battalion could advance: He died with his rifle-at his shoulder, pumping lead into the enemy, while his mates were ableao move up behind him and successfully take the pass. For this, Joe Martinez has been posthumously awarded the Nation's highest military honor. Lee every man who was once a farm boy himself buy an extra War Bond in Joe's honor-... for Joe took the bullets aimed at the heart of America! L The 4* WAR LOAN is your opportunitY to do something about it! It's Time to Take the Offensive. Your government has the men it needs to do the job in the front lines--great men all! But it doesn't have the money it needs, by a long way. That's your job! And the immediate task is the Fourth War Loan--Your chance to take the offensive not only in support of the men who are fighting and dying for you and your loved ones, but also in support of your own future! What are you going to do about a wornout tractor, about repairing fences and buildings, about replacing depreciated machinery and equipment? Will you be ready with money in the bank when these things are needed? You will if you take the offensive now! Put every extra dollar into U. S. War Bonds--the best form of financial reserve ever offered.you. Think! You are asked to make a sound and prudent investment --not a sacrifice! WE BGUSHI EXTRA WAR BONDS When Your Boy Comes Home Will your boy come back to a farm with no financial reserve, no future? Or will, you greet him at the gate with a bundle of ' War Savings Bondsr-f or- working capital, new machinery, better buildings? And if your children are going to college?why not be sure they get there by buying today the Bonds that will pay-the cost. No need, really, to tell an up-to-date farmer what he"need* financial reserve for. You know more reasons than anyone else can enumerate for setting aside extra dollars to meet the luture. Now is your chance to do it ... and help fight the ,,. - War tOO! -^S"l. me Th^ window sticker identifies you as (he WAR LOAN Go on the offensive! Buy all the Bonds you can--today! BACK THE purchaser of extra War Bonds Tinrinff the Fourth War Loan. It is a badge of honor to be displayed with pride. Be the first in yonr neighborhood to have one. Buy an extra ' War Bond today! You Never Get Less Than You Lend! And you can get T /J more than you invest, as War Bonds, yield 2.9% interest compounded semi-annuaily, if held to maturity. Then you get back $4 for every $3 invested. Cash When You Need It. If an emergency comes along, your War Bonds are like money in the bank. Uncle/ Sam will redeem them in cash--at full purchase price- any time after you've held diem 60 days. Don't cash them unless you have to. And don't hold back a single dollar unnecessarily from the purchase of War Bonds YOUR HELP IS NEEDED. Facts About War Bonds (Series E) You can buy War Bonds from your bank, postmaster, mail carrier or Production Credit Association. Don't wait. Do it by mail if you can't get to town! You Lend Uncle Sam Upon Maturity You Get Back $I85 $25.00 37.50 50.00 75.00 100.00 375.00 500.00 750.00 1000.00 For America's Future, for Your Future, for Your Children's Future, Invest in EXTRA War Savings Bonds PRITCHARD SUPER SERVICE PRU5IA-DILLON CO. , QUICK iUNCH CAFE RAY SENEY, JEWELER SAM RAIZES DEPARTMENT STORE SEARS ROEBUCK CO. SHIPLEY PRINTING CO. SFEG-MASON CITY CO. SNELL SUPER SERVICE STATION S. S. KRESGE CO. ST. JOSEPH MERCY HOSPITAL THE HUB THE IOWA COMPANY, INSURANCE TRADEHOME SHOE STORE TRAVERS TIRE TREAD SERVICE This page is a Contribution to Our Country by these Mason City firms: irfrt?viTtior j-n-k _ - Â· mf I'5 TYLER-RYAX FURNITURE CO. WAGNER COAL CO. ZACK BROS. .ELECTRICAL CO. ABEL AND "SON, INC. AMERICAN'CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. A. W. KNESEL * SON, INSURANCE BRACKEN INSURANCE AGENCY BUTTREY'S CARL GRUPP FOOD STORE CARNES OIL CO., Distributors Shell Petroleum Products CASEY DRUG CO. CHUCK LENNAN SWEETHEART BAKERY C. J. SMITH. ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION COMMANDER-LARABEE MILLING CO. I CO-MO PHOTO COMPANY CRESCENT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. CURRIE-VAN NESS COMPANY DECKER BROS. DcWILDE AUTO SERVICE DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. DR. W. C. GRAINGER EARL'S FRUIT MARKET FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET FISHER TYPEWRITER CO. FORD HOPKINS DRUG CO. FRANK J. ENBUSK FULLERTON LUMBER CO. GAMBLE STORES GILDNERS GOODMAN'S JEWELERS GOODRICH SILVERTOWN STORES HAMILTON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE H. C. BROWN AGENCY. INSURANCE HERMANSON BROS. DAIRY HOME FURNJTURE STORE IDEAL SAND GRAVEL CO. IOWA STATE BRAND CREAMERIES, Inc. JACK GREVE, OPTOMETRIST JACOB E. DECKER AND SONS J. C. PENNEY CO. x JEFFERSON TRANSPORTATION CO. JOE DANIELS AUTO SUPPLY JOHN GALLAGHER. INC. KINNEY SHOE STORE KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. L. A. PAGE LUMBER CO. LOCK STUDIO LUNDBERG'S LYONS CLEANERS MAJOR FUNERAL HOME MARSHALL. SWIFT, INC. MASON CITY AUTO BODY REPAIR MASON CITY BATTERY, LES VALENTINE MASON CITY BRICK TILE CO. MASON CITY COOA-COLA BOTTLING CO. MASON CITY FUR SHOPPE MASON CITY LOAN INVESTMENT CO. MASON CITY .MOTOR COACH CO. 1 MASON CITY WATER DEPARTMENT MAX BOYD, TYPEWRITERS Â· NICHOLS AND GREEN NORTHERN AUTO SERVICE NORTHWESTERN DISTRD3UTING CO. NORTHWESTERN STATES PORTLAND CEMENT CO. OSCO SELF SERVICE DRUG PARK HOSPITAL PARK INN HOTEL AND CAFE PATTIE INSURANCE AGENCY PEOPLES 1 GAS ELECTRIC CO. PFAFF BAKING CO.