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Page Fourteen KENOSHA EVENING NEW5 H a very funny thinq about War Bonds Tuesday, April 25, 1944 i T'S AFUNNY THING, but many people still have the wrong slant on War Bonds. These people think that when they buy a Bond, they're giring, or donating their money to the war. You might say they have a grin-'and-bear-it attitude about all their War Bond purchases. Well, that's a strange attitude. Because 'hile buying Bonds is patriotic, and while it is necessary to help the Government pay for planes and tanks and guns, it is not a personal sacrifice. In fact, buying a War Bond is just about the most advantageous thing you can po sibly do With your money. Why? You couldn't make a safer investment; The Government itself backs every dollar you invest. And the Government pays a good, sound rate of interest--you get 54 back for every $3 you put in. That means that when the war is over, everybody who's been buying War Bonds will, have a comfortable financial backlog-- backlog that will help him do such things as build a home, send his children toschool and travel. And, finally, by investing the money that otherwise would be burning a hole in our pockets these days, we're helping to keep dowr the cost of living. So it's a very funny thing that some peo- ple still think they're gi:,ing their money when they invest it in a War Bond KEEP BAOKI00NG THE ATTACK ! 4t "i at  K Beverage Company JUloe's Carkdn Shop American Legion Post He 21 Jack Andrea's onfectionery Barden-Mooller, Inc. Bcnrden's Bczrr Furniture Mart Be4:ker Cigar Stores Bell Clothing House Ben FrankUn k to $1 Store netr Shoppe B/d/nger Musla House Big Shoe Store phll Blohdus Shoe Store Block Brothers Charming Lady Becmty Salon City Lumber di Supply Co. ough Shoo Store The o4m-Cola Bettlhsg Company Kenha-Rac/ne) Inc. oba's Shoe Store Crystal Clothing Store Chm'les H. Curtlss Dcsvlos-MCall Agency, Inc. M. J Ducmak Furniture Co The Dunnebacke CO. B. P O. Elks No. 750 First Hcdlonal Bank Forto's Clothing Store Fraternal Order of Eagles The Joseph Fu agency Gallagher Paint CO. arb's Gasul's Germcm Amerhxm Home aalden nell Dairy Joseph Galdstein, Tailor Ordon Lumber & Supply CO. Orming's Clothes Shop Oreens Trml/ng Post P. Ouldottl & CO. THIS SPACE IS A CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL DEFENSE BY Guttormsen's Recreation Hmnpel's Market Henoch News Herbert's Jewelers Hollenbeck Hardware, Inc. HoUy Shop Hotel Dayton Hub ompleto Food Market C S Hubbard, Jeweler Independent Super Food Mart Isermcmn Bros. Itnilan-Amerk:an Society Josephson 4 Thome,t CO. Kaiser's United Gleaners Kenosha Build/as & Loan Assn. Kenosha Chamber of ommeroe Kenosha Lumber 4  CO. Kenosha Manufacturer's Association Kenosha Monument CO. Kenosha Opt/cal Co. Kenosha Realty comPmr Konosha Youth Foundation ICinner Shoes Korf's Sixth Avenue, Inc Korf's Millinery Horf's Sportswear Korf's Shoes S S. Kresge Dollar Store S S Kresge 5-I0-25 Store Leader Store Lepp & GOmlSS Linln Food Shop H. Lockwood Oil CO Mr, Nell Fuel ,ompanr F,. F. Madrlgrano, Pabst Distributor 14errar Drug Mires Furnituro company " Milk Producers L O. Moo, Chiropractor Morrlsoa's Mallen's Musler's Smart Women's Wear Northwestern Drapery D. P. Pedloy Son Peltier Furniture Company A. Walker Perkins Senior Kenosh Agent, New York Life Ins. Co. Phillips GHt Shop Puntlllo tho Tailor Rcamlow's Badger Paint Store Rode l:*hoto Supply Homo Roosev.Jlt Food Shop Schmitt Bros Tavern Sears lloebuck Company SchlncUer Drug ompemy Segni's Shericllcn Road Garage CO. Stanley Shoes Tkis adverftsememr prepared under fJbe cmspices o/ fbe War Adverbtg Counefl In ooperaflo-, wh the 17. S. TreasnrF Department Cecil D. Snyder, Spec/al Rrenf Northwestern Mutual LLfe ][strLa.e Stem's Department Store Stem's Shoes Sunset Florists Superior Cleaners Thomey's Shoes George A. Timm, Insurance Domenirk Tirabassi Union Dye Uniquo Cleaners and Dyers The Valley Famous for Steaks Veterans of Foreign Wars Werner's Kenosha Lclry and Odorless Dry Clomrs Werve Rug & Bedcllng CO. Frank G. Westland Real Este and l:urance Wisconsln Fuel CO.