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December 08, 1945 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1945-12-08

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THE MICHIGAN OAIL

SATURDAY, DECEMBEIR, R, 194 5

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Icome o ,

Sonia of our boys have waited years to hear those two
words.
What they've endured for the sake of hearing them is
more than we like to dwell upon.
But those two words, "Welcome Home!" can become
just an empty phrase if you forget, for one minute, your
responsibility to the man you say them to ... and to the
several million men overseas who are still yearning to
come home.

Whatwe're talking about, of course, is 'your responsi-
hility to continue buying Bonds-and holding on to the
ones you already have.
Your purchase of Victory Bonds helps the man who's
just come home, helps him in a very real way. For your
money, in Victory Bonds, helps prevent inflation-and
that, in turn, means security for him, and a better chance
to get a job.
And rememaber thisĀ® It will cost plenty of money to

maintain and supply our force of occupation . to
bring home the men whose period of service so richly
entitles them to return.,. and to care for the sick and
wounded in our Navy and Army hospitals.
No-the job isn't over. You didn't think it was, ,did
your
'then shown that you know it isn't over! Show it
to the boys who've come home-and to those who wish
they could-by buying another Bond-4oday!

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T GASOLINE CO.
17 17 " /A Sutate~i

RNARD AND NORCROSS
16 Wuerth Theater Bldg,
BASOM STUDIO
6, Wuerth Theater Bldg,

DEY PHOTOGRAPH STUDIO
332 South State
FIRESTONE SERVICE STORES
402 East Huron at Division
FRANCISCO=BOYCE PHOTO

LAKEWOOD SERVICE STATION
2891 Jackson Rd.
Packard and Stud umn Blvd

MOVER-FLETCHER STUDIO
46 East Cross, Ypsilanti
HAROLD N. NELSON,
PHOTOGRAPH ER
2450 Dixboro Rd,

SILKWORTH OIL CO.
342 Last Liberty
SPEDDING STUDIO
619 East Liberty
SPERRY'S SERVICE STATION

STAEBLER-ICLMPH- OIL CO.
444 south Ste
STAEBLER-KEMPH OIL CO.
300 Detroit
UNIVERSITY MICROFILMS

A ltNA CASUWALTY&
SEURIV-TY CO.

MANAUSA'S SERVICE GARAGE O'CON[NER'S SUPER SERVICE

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