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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, DEC. 10, 1943
0 LAST YEAR, our boys held Christmas services in the Solomons.
It isn't pleasant.
But it's something to remember when you spend
They held them as far from the enemy as possible.
you'd say behind the lines-but on those Jap-infested islands, there
are often no lines. .. the enemy is always around you ... waiting ..
waiting ... waiting for a sound that tells him where you are.
your Christmas at home.
It's something to remember when you buy Christmas gifts this year.
Think of it when you plan to buy something you can do without .. .
and then buy a War Bond instead.
So the Chaplain whispered. .
Yes, buy War Bonds for gifts this Christmas.
Buy them for your
And our boys knelt in the soggy mud
while the Chaplain whispered.
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men in the service ... buy them for your family ... for your friends and
acquaintances... and ask them to buy Bonds for you ...
And when it, was over, they stood up, put
snatched up their rifles . . . and started the man
their helmets on,
hunt that is their.
Buy Bonds ... Bonds . .. Bonds . .. and perhaps next year .. .
the Chaplain will be able to lift his voice.
Dillon Gown Shop
Clara Jay Hat Shop
o. D. Morrill
Marshall's Cut-Rate Drug Store
Van Boven, Inc.
Fiegel's Men's & Boys' Clothing
Zwerdling Fur Shop
Roberts' Gift Shop
University Flower Shop
June Grey Shop
Foster & Reynolds Co.
Wahr's Book Store