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COINS and If you have a question about eo~ns or stamps or a particular coin or start%p, wrlte ~o this column, e o News, Beach, N. D. a~d we will try to furnish y~u with an answer or direct yore to someone who can. THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA, N. DAK. THURSDAY, JUNE 9,196{ endorsed "First day 1~c regular mitred to put up as high as 20 and starr~ps with a tweezers. The stamp" or First day covers l~c To Dillon -- Vacationing -- !ors each, for auction. This s acid from the hands is corrosive ~-,oil stamp". Mrs. Bob Jones went .to Dil- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mil.ler left a good time to start pla ~n~ng to many metals and will stain A close fitting enclosure o[ ion. 'Mont Wed June S to ,bring:Sat Ju~e 4, to vacation m var- what you care to auction. A lot stamps. --- e ~aoin- Have you made a good find lately? One of the members of the clutb recen l,y picked up a 9Svdb Lincoln out of circulation. If you ~ind one let us know and we'll air it in g,his section. -- etaoia -- FIRST DAY COVERS -- consists of an individual piece or a group that is to be sold as one item, poss~bl~ as high as 4 or 5 rolls, or even a complete or part of a collection. More on this nearer the da.~e af the auc- tion. .-- elaoia -- Etiquette -- No. this was not sulYmitted by ~he 1~c~ stamp, featuring an Emily Post, but there .are rules angle view .of 4~he Palace af Gov- of etiquette among eel lectors, ernors in Sante 4~e, New Mexico Lut Meetiag Until Fall -- w that must also be followed. One will 'be placed on sale at Sante The Mon.-Dak. Coin and Stamp off the most important i's" that Fe, New IMexico, on June ~7e Clu~ ,of Beach held their last a collectors ~>ok at a meeting 1960, The stamps sold on I meeting at the KC Clu~b Rooms is open anyone may look at it first day of issue will not be this Suwday evening at 8 p.m. but must not harrdle the pieces :-otherv " ~ ~.~ ,= . . ~e!~ =!~ ~ ,lse W~ 1 Th~ next meeti~. ,g is scheduled or remove mem irom their;hold- be the ease,-o~he~:unprecanceled] ~or Sunday Sept 11 at 8 p.m. er. If a ~book is closed on a dis- form will ~e available ~heveafteri This should be quite a meeting play table the O-Whet will glad- only at the l~ilatelic Sines Ag-I for ~nem~oers a~d anyone else ly show the collection ff you envy, Post Office Dept VCavh- w~o would care to attend. A ask his 'permission. ~ever in any ington 25 D.C. t door prize will be given at that case open a tray or tradLag case Cc~llectors desiring iv~t day time and anyone including vis-unless the owner is there. The canceH.ation may submit orders i.~ors and non-merrrbers may win reason for these rubles is that to the Postmaster, SanCe Fe, New it. The prize is unusual in that many collections contain pieces Mexico. Since the 1st class rate it is only 5c but consiscs oq a of great vat.ue. Should a eollecto: is applicable, a block of four 2c and 3c piece; two coins that Ese greatest percemage of peotp- le have never seen. These two corns are worth quite a bi.t more than face value. A~other aspect o~ the Sept. meeting will be a coin and stamp auction. Mem~bers are per- new charmer on the summer fashion scene show you a rare coin or stamp it wilt usually be enclosed in a glassine or plastic envelope from ~hich it is not t,o be removed t-xcept with the ownern consen:. in the event closer inspection is necessary, then ~handle coins on- ly ~by holding them at the edges l~e stamps in ~heet form will be affixed to each cover C5c) and the coil stamps will be appl,ied in pair3 ISe). Requests for first day covers bearing the sheet form s~mps and coils should be kept separate for pro~er servic- ing. Outer wrappers shoul~t be AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY IN Cool perfectionl Delicately textured silk and rayon you can whisk through the suds. And beautifully wrlnkle-free. Perky peplum is punctuated wlth pretend pockets. Widened notched collar has miniature lapels. Gleaming frapp6 pearl buttons. In resort colors- White, Natural, Sage, Blue, Navy. STOCK $13.90 Petite sizes 8 to 18. SEE THE LATEST IN CAMPERS ON OUR DISPLAY This 16 ft. convenient trailer gives you the most in vacation fun, full facilities, beautifully fin- ished, sleeps 5, built to last a lifetime. about post card thickness should her daughter, Karen home. a~ter ious ipoints in California. They be placed in the envelope or on- completing the ~chool term at plan to return in three week~. velopes (of ordinary letter size) lW, MCE. They wil~ return Friday and the flap sealed or tucked in June 10. Letters for 1st day eancel, l~tion ~hould be mailed 1 to 3 Weelcs before the date of issue. THE HARINE CORPS BUILDS MEN! S|| YOUR LOCAL U. S. MARINE RECRUITER CURED OF CURED OF CANCER CURED OF CANCER -"% There are a million of them! Untold numbers of these men and women ac- tually owe their lives to information they obtained from the American Cancer Society. Fighting cancer ;s our bus- iness. We have all kinds of ammunition: posters; ex- " !hibits: film strips; easy-to- understand folders: hard- hitting, dramatic films. They're free for use in your office, your club, at your PTA meeting, your church socials, your community center. They're all de- signed to alert you, your family and your friends to facts about cancer which can mean the difference between life and death. Call or write the Unit of the American Cancer So- ciety nearest you. It's stocked with ammunition that could save your life. Vote For Illl LAWRENCE BOWMAN Independent Candidate for S~a~e Representative OPPORTuHrr~ Man or Woman Rafil,ling and co]:lecti~g money from high qualaty cold operated dispensers in ~l~i~ areA. No sell- ir~. To qualiW you nm.~t have car, references;, $54~c5~ to $2685 cash. Seven to .22 ~urs weekly required. Can ea,~ take in Mr. Miller is on his annual va- cation from their food store, an~ I Mrs. ~V~iller has the ~er oi~ as the schoal she Coaches in ~t Beach has just completed [tt term, ~Vlay 26. Is Sec. Student's Organization-- Ro~elane M~ke, ~u{~hter o~ Mr, and {Mrs. Leo Miske, was recenfl,y electod Sec. of the' I'n- $400.00 Monthly. M~re.ttr~l tithe tercollegiate ~Newman C~ulb o~ For personal interview write +Billi,ags, Mant. Their son, Char- Joneo and Associate~ :.~ iMSn- }es, was ~Presklent of the Club l netonka Blwd.--Dept~.;,~< {Min- the past, s~hool term. The ~le~- heal:mils, 16, Mgnn. l.~"l~mne man Club ~ a vet/ active orga- nurr~ber. * g0-1~p nization for Catholic students~ "Men and,Women Who Think" are voting for VAN DER HOEVEN For U. S. Senator ON JUNE 28, 1960 The only real Independent Non-Partisan Candidate. Veteran of U. S. Navy, WW II Member of Elks, American Legion, K of C THIS OFFICE IS ON A SEPARATE BALLOT Po]. adv. sponsored and paid for by Van Der Hocven VOTE FOR ROGER VORACHEK INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR U. S. Representative On The Republican Ticket Will work for better Farmer-Labor and Veteran pro- grams and New Industries t Honest and Efficient Government Native of North Dakota Veteran of World War II Member of American Legion and VFW YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED ,Pol. adv. sponsored and paid for by Roger Vorachek I I I ----- i- II . .1 III Th sday, June 16th This sale is for all kinds and classes of horses. De- mand is greater: than the supply. Sale will begin immediately fellowi ig the Regular Cattle Sale, which begins at 10 a.m. SPECIAL CONSIGNMENTS LISTED 100 Cows with Calves 100 Yearling Steers Registered bulls and Dairy cows for sale any day. THURDAY, JUNE 16th ,~th I~i~lative Di.~rietnmnknated and elected [ ' Sale Day ' r A" Ki~dsof Livest Nat the ol If G LEN D IV E A U C T I 0 C 0 | assure the voters t~at ! wil! work for the ,best interests of Ph. 5 $37 ' Don Venable, owner Ph. 5.2 45 I 39th Legislative District.I! -------- =~ greatly apprecialed. RE-ELEC ION FOR Radio Service Fhouo g-4T~ BHACH, NO. DJt-1~ ,n & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. BEN HUR FROZEN KA~Y SPIN,DRIP.~t STANLEY MAIXNER Office of REPRESENTATIVE from the 39thLegislative District on: Committees on and S0cial + "!(. * . SoliCited. paid for by I Maix~er