To Arms

U. S. A T W A R

The citizens of Tillamook County, Ore., like all Americans in time of danger, feel better with guns in their hands. In Tillamook they got out their guns and oiled them. (see cut)

A citizenship instructor named Stewart P. Arnold started the ball rolling in his county. Arnold had lost his sight, but not his spirit, as a member of the first A.E.F. in World War I. Now he set about organizing his townsfolk into a band of tough, eager guerrillas, ready & waiting for invader...

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