Indicative of the War Stamps and War Bond
drama authored for these pupils in Squanderbug's Mother Goose, which features Everyboy and Everygirl figures, Phil and Lis , who are led by a kindly neighbor, Miss Moppity, through the world of a modernized, wartime Mother Goose where they meet nursery rhyme characters and the villain of the piece, Squanderbug, who is the allegorical image of spendthrift, inflation prone America.
By 1944, "the number of members in military service had grown to ninety-nine, and church members had purchased $2,000 in war bonds
to honor them, donors selecting individuals as a memorial.
For the next three years, Fischer toured the home front's service clubs and town halls in war bond
drives, performing with headliners such as western legend Dale Evans.
It's been 60 years, but Walker still has the $25 war bond
purchased by his parents, in his name.
They might become angry enough to do something about it: enlist, buy a war bond
, or volunteer for an overtime shift.
Government subsequently issued posters of Rockwell's paintings in a highly successful war bond
campaign that raised more than $132 million for the war effort.
The three surviving flag-raisers are taken away from their unit by government authorities and forced to be the chief attraction in what they are told is a much-needed war bond
Many of these stories, which take place during WW II, have a patriotic theme: the gang recycles scrap metal, plants a Victory Garden and raises money to buy a war bond
In recent weeks, the war bond
concept has gained widespread bipartisan support from national drug policy director William J.
A week later, the ECHO announced Liverpool's completed War Bond
contribution to be PS13,013,746 9s 6d.
He could not fight in the war but he gave PS1,000 to the Tank war bond
fund-raising for wounded soldiers in 1917.
Wasn't the war really about the egos and territorial ambitions of the Europeans or the salvation of our domestic banking houses, which had floated many large war bond