MONDAY, JULY 31, 1944 NAUGATUCK: DASL7 NEW?" . Let us send Our Dollars fo/?®f7"with JVoy /or llicm, America, Pray for tlidr safely in-this fateful hour. Pray for Vic-lory iu llioir bilter, bloody fight for freedom. Pray for their return to us as soon as may be. A louir, hard road lies ahead* There will be many a despunito, Jicavt-bfenking day before they reach tin; end of ihairoad. And many a white cross will mark its course through ihe tortured battlefields of Europe. Would that we could do something to Help our gallant fighting men in their hour of need! Would that we could do something to express the gratitude in our hearts for the sacrifices they are making for us. Do something? We can do something. Each and every one of us, right now, can join the fight by purchasing extra War Bonds dur>. ing the 5th War Loan, Let us support this drive as we have never done before. Let us show our loved ones over there that we arc with them heart and soul. Let them know that we are backing them to the limit—to our last dollar. Yes, to our lost dollar. No matter what sacrifices we have to make, let us all invest in War Bonds now — more and more War Bonds—until we have poured out the might of America in overwhelming measure. Now, as never before, your country looks to you. 5" WAR LOAN BUY YPUR INVASION BOND — _ •. 5 81 ._ .y* ~ SPONSORED BY — ' "' ' ' •' '' ' U. S. Rubber Co. (Footwear Division) Naugatuck Chemical Division of U. S. Rubber Co. iddlebury Lumber Co. Middlebury, Conn. The Bristol Company W. J. Megin, Inc. Peter Paul, Inc. J. M. Russell Mfg. Co., Inc. Naugatuck Lumber Co. Naugatuck Savings Bank Naugatuck Water Co, .'.i"U '-O. ijv.iiJlJJiDOJl. ' •'
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