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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MNDOB&. N. DAK. THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960 i COINS and STAMPS If you have a question about coins or stamps or a particular coin or stamp, write t~ this column, c/o News, Beach, N. D. and we wi]] try to furnish you with an answer or direct you to someone who can. I v~ou,l'd~':t surprise us at a~l if As ones enthusiasm wanes, the Joe does l~ave such a l,ieec~e or Joe Rykowski of Bel'field ctm-I By Joseph Ryk'owski lof. Mart~m Waahin~gto,n. Nowtmre rained the following i+tem on the In collectin+g UnAted States pap-will you find a more beatt't]fl:l collectin.g of p,~per money, to be er money I have in mind only note than the $1 1886 silver used if we so desire. Mr. Rykow-'+the old t~rpe ],arge size U. S. cert'ificatc with the sigtmtures of ski, well known in this area, is currermy of legal tender, silver Rosecrans and Nebeker and the one of the larges~ collectors in certificates, Federal Reserve and ~arge brown seal. the state, and his eo.i~e~tions ofn'atm~al",baTik notes. In cell. ect- "l'he coin notes of 1890 have a sm~l,1 coins, gold coins and paper in, g i,t one wr~lJ1 derive a great design ~n ~he reverse th,at is efit learn the Mstorv' u'nequaled, the den.omi.rmti~ of money give one a feel.in, g of awe deal of bern, . and er~vy. In the l.as statement of our eou,r~try's ~irmncial sys lthe note bejlr~g spelled out. of Joe's first pargra, ph, he says tern, the struggle of the early] m colleet~r~g paper money we' t2ris bobby "will keep yo-a Amerie.m~ in the d,i, scovery and must not leave our currency of young," we don't know w~aethel' ~;ttlemerut of 07t~r oour~try, many the First Charter Period of ha- ' De "'~ to f u +ttonal batik notes, partmubarly or not this comes ~nder the head mc~de~t~ r~lx~m amo s of practicing medicine w}t~ut characters in our Amerioa~ his- the $1 arid $2 n~,tes. A+gai, n Am. 'a l~ice,nse: On second thot~g~, it tory, and ,ixl ad~l~tion to al~l this history ,and ever~m are portrayed i~t w~ll keep you young, on these notes, In the ownership of a repre Another very i, nterestil~g seT- Don Short With Easter Seal Boy w~ of a column sue~x as this certificate in his colAec iorm but ser~tative col+le~ion off U. S. cur- ies is th,at of 1896. T~is is known ~es qm~e a chore certain it undo'U+bteE'ly would h, ave an reney you wtIl derive a great] as the F-Mu+oatio2al Series, an~.! old d~te on it and be very r~re, t weeks. There is always *he point so ~t wotfldn% be valid, deal of pride ~nd sa~isfacti~on, ton this series akme one may ~t it should be written and set taltk m.a~ an hour about the up by the weekend precee~,n,g{ Than~ks for your ir~tere~t mad I,n ~ta~kir~g file hobby of col-I+hi~.t~ry aad development of our the k~ue af the paper, get~i, ngI the i,tem, Joe. +. . le~ti~gU. S. paper maney it[country" wou~d be a g~od idea to gather[ The odd type large size U~it- t~gother some materi~l or sd~tis- -- etaoin -- . [together the. $1 and $2 n.otes of] ones"ownti~ to'writeopirfionsa~bout about r expresstinglco~e~.~THE COLLECTING OF " -[the fAr~t issue of' Legal ] scarcer every d~y, and in time 1960 Eas'ter Se~l Oh~i,ld, di~kays W~l.l~am U~ti of J~amestown, Ex- Tender, led S~ates currency is becornir~ J0~hn.ny Ken~p of Rim~.a~k, ttxe*m.an of t~ke E,a~ter Seal Drily, e; in~. Tl~ week a 1.otter from Mr. ft. S. 9APZR MONEY Series o 1862. These bills are t~ came every note wd'll be ex- the ~a,],s for Con,ga'e~s,ma,n Deal eeutive Sec. of the N. D. Crippled krmwn as the Chase and Hamit-lcee~@~gly rare The reason for L. S~rt in his ~ft'ioe in ~ N+a- Children's Society; and members ~ cs o, ~0on n~tes. From there to the ser-t th,is is all have been ea~led in tio ~ai Ca.Fx,o.I I~. ). ~'~h~n-t was o,f t,he N. D. Oo~grestsi~nal dffle- ies of 19,69. and so on to the last by the Treasury Department, ho.~t a,t a l'un.cheon in the ttouse v'ation. A speeml guest was Lt. -- ~-- iSSUE of legal tender n.~tes, seT-I and vehen they reach the Trea- din.in~ rc.~m, a,~tended by John- (;on. Lewis B. Hershey, Director lies of 1923. In acquiring theselsury they are destroyed, ny, his faflaer, J o~n Kelr~, ST of the Selective Service System. $1 and $2 Imtes, you wil,1 find The collecting of paper money his two sisters, I{.~:hy arid lVIlary, J'ohrmy bad expressed a special t~at the series of 1880 gi~es you is a hobby worth While as t~aere and o~cvs. Amon,g thvSe present desire to meet him t~e greatest varie,ty of signa- are so many fol:ks in our coun- were H,Ol*]ywood c~lumn~st Hod- Vashington. tures and seals of any of t~e try t~,at have never s,een the old d,a Hopper, the Na~a.l Chair- iSSUeS. On the 1880 Legal Tender $10 bill is pictured an eagle, wthidh when turned uD~ide down re- serr~ble~ a donkey +this bill is called the ~ackass note) v~hieh was the work of a disgruntled engraver. In starting on the ~i]ver certifi- cates, ~he series of 1886, you wil,1 find a most beautiful ser- ies, each $1 note cor~ain.ing a gorgeous design on the reverse, and on the Obverse the portrait REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE m AUCTION - 27 miles N. of Beach or 27 miles N.E. of Wibaux 2 1. 0 p.m. Sharp COFFEE SERVED TERMS: CASH FARM MACHINERY HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1951 IHC Model M Tractor 1955 Allis Chalmers Baler 1958 IHC Power Mower 10 ft. Tandem Disc 1957 AC "60" Combine with new 17" RCA Television set De Laval crea.m separator Washing machir w/laundry tubs 12' Refrigerator Kitchen range, propane comb. I 1 1 1 I 1 1 m 1 i l 1 l 1 1 1 1 i m i ! I ! N ! 1 1 =ll I i 1 i ! i i i l =ll=l= =l=l=l, ==l=m ll=l= ram.= re=l== ===l m i ~arge size bills. Just to prove this m your own satisfaction, take one of t~e old size n, ation~l b~.nk notes th,at is not in very good eondit'ion a~d go ir~t~ a store where you are not known, mak, a purchase from a young clerl< and offer this no~e. One of two things wi}l ~ha, ppen. The clerk wilt refuse ~o accept your n.ote in paymen+t, or will go to the person in eha.rge of the depart- men,t and ask 'qs this good money ?" What could be a finer thing for us to d,o th, an t~ gather to- g~,ther a fin.e eo]~l, ection in order ~at we may show people in years to come. the money that was in circulation ~ha.t was really beautiful in design and greac in character. M T, and M.rs. Russell Logan o v~h~le in Ulfers' Had A Little Lamb Fryburg accompanied by John & ~Emil Brur~ie and t~ei,r mot,her, :~IVI.rs. Brunie, aH o~ the Sou~h Heart com+mur~ity, were in Beach+ iS~,r~day ~t w~,i0h time vis-I "w,":,= ,t,oral sce~ae + ~hey a:bove ~ral or'her farms here, h~c~lding 'ed Mr. Log, art's parer~ts, Mr. shows some spring !,a,m~ba ::n,oo::- ~}~ . Knute and Kcith Narstve,ets, a~nd Mrs. W. Logan. Mrs. Brunie ing ~r~ ~he warm sunz~,ine 1,ast Carlson, LeVerno IIi+~debrant a~d wa~ also ~ake,n to the Beach Sund,ay, March 27. a:t th,e Don Ht,bei, t Wiel~a, to n, ame a few. Rovt Home. where she is now a Ulfers ,%,rm nm+tlh ef Be,a~h. It resider~t. .was a scene to be re trod on sev- Photo courtesy Paul Johnson -W---- REGISTERED I ! BOWMAN, N. $ SALE BEGINS AT 2:00 P. M. / Y. ,? <+ >'