During World War II, the nation took it upon itself to take care of the war effort, even if they were sitting at home. Slogans popped up all over to help people, and kids in particular, to help out with the war effort. That's why some of these old comic books are worth their wait in gold: recycling paper, including precious comic books, was helping out our boys.
All-Star Comics #21 featuring the Justice Society of America
Bottom Lines on Following Pages Tell What to Do While Battle Rages
Tin Cans in the Garbage Pile Are Just a Way of Saying "Heil!"
Waste Fats in Good Condition Help to Make Fine Ammunition
Boys and Girls, Every Day, Can Give War Aid in Many a Way--
Every Time You Buy a Stamp, You Feed the Flame in Freedom's Lamp!
If You Have an Extra Quarter, Buy a Stamp to Make War Shorter
However far soldiers roam, they want to have some mail from home [no caps]
Collect Old Paper, Turn It In--Help Your Uncle Sam to Win
You Can Walk to School and Store! Saving Gas Helps Win the War!
Boys Are Smart, Girls Are Wise, Black Markets Not to Patronize
IF YOU STILL HAVE METAL SCRAP, TURN IT IN TO BEAT THE JAP [all caps]
Turn Out Lights Not in Use--War Production Needs the "Juice"
They repeat then throughout the book
All the capital letters and lowercase letters have been preserved from the original text.