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This might be an excellent use for some of the barbed
wire left over from the beachheads and barricades.
Placed between a man and the War Bonds he's safely
tucked away, it would give him pause . .. in case he
was tempted to cash in a single Bond.
It would make him stop and think ...
Stop and think that those Bonds will mean income
.. security ... perhaps even a good measure of financial
independence in the unpredictable postwar world.
Stop and think that every Bond will bring back-
not just its purchase price-but $4 for every $3 at
Stop and think that holding War Bonds is as vital to
Victory as buying them . . . and as vital to a secure
future for the individual, a secure future for his country.
Put your War Bonds in a safe place. And keep them
there .. . as you keep on buying more.
Ten years from now, you'll thank your lucky stars
ANN ARBOR IMPLEMENT CO.
210 South 1 st Ave.
E. S. OARNARD, SR., REALTOR
26 Wuerth Theatre Bldg.
BOLGOS CREAMERY FARMS
3601 Plymouth Rd.
HENRY W. DE KONING
506 Ann Arbor Trust Bldg.
LEO J. DETTLING GARAGE
504 East Washington
402 East Huron
JOHN C. FISCHER CO.
221 East Washinaton
HURON MOTOR SALES, INC.
209 West Huron
JOHNSON OPTICAL CO.
319 First National Bldg.
JOHNSON SALES & SERVICE
331 South 4th Ave.
319 West Huron
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR
311 South Main
WILL F. C. NIMKE, CONTRACTOR
102 South 1st
THOMPSON TASTY ICS CREAM
106 East Huron
TOWNSEND & BOTTUM, INC.
501 Wolverine Bldg.
GEO. WALTERHOUSE, Contractor
2390 Brockman Blvd.
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