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Montana farmer-stockman. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1947-1993, December 15, 1961, Image 15

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What
COULD YOU DO
WITH $8,000?
Buy some of that fine land for sale
down the road? Add more feeding
stock? You have a dozen good ways
you could use another $8,000 or
$10,000, don't you?
But, with most of us, the only way
we ever get any extra money is to
save it. And the best way to save
( and still have it when we need it )
is through U.S. Savings Bonds.
Put a part of your income in Se
ries E Bonds. And in no time at all,
you'll have that extra $8,000. For
$6,000 grows into $8,000 in just 7
years and 9 months.
Remember that
when your next mar
ket check comes in.
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You Save More Than Money With
U.S. SAVINGS
Your Name Here
The U. S. Government does not
pay for this advertisement. The
Treasury Department thanks, for
their patriotism. The Advertising
Council and the donor above.
Advertisers will gladly send you in
formation regarding the product or
service advertised. In writing adver
tisers, always say: "I saw your ad in
MONTANA FARMER-STOCKMAN.
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HAWAII
SET FLIGHTS
Round Trip from Billings
Plus
Tax
As
$314°°
Low
As
15 Day Excursion
Coll or Write for Folders and Full
Information.
WILCOX
TRAVEL SERVICE
2824 Third Ave. N. Phone AL 2-0581
BILLINGS, MONTANA
Story and Vlay Time
Dear Boys and Girls:
Do you sometimes think that the
little things you do are not important;
that if you could just play football. or
bake a birthday cake for mother you
would amount to something? Then
read about
Little Christmas Tree
He was just a wee little tree and he
stood in a lot with many fine trees
waiting for someone to buy him. He was
all excited for he
heard some of the
big trees talking
and he decided
that being a Christ
mas Tree was go
ing to be great fun.
It's going to be wonderful being a
Christmas tree and being trimmed with
lights and tinsel like the tree on Main
Street. Just think, we will get to see
Santa Claus and know what he brings
the children before they do. My, I'm
so excitedj I can hardly breathe," ex
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claimed the little Christmas tree.
said a big
No one will want you,
stately tree. "They want tall trees like
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Oh, I'm sure someone will want
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dently.
But the days passed rapidly and no
one seemed to be interested in the little
tree at all just as the big tree had
predicted. The big tree had been chosen
almost immédiately, and most of the
others who had stood nearby were also
gone. The little tree stood out all by
himself, just begging to be taken into
a home to be decorated, but no one
gave him more than a passing glance.
This one is much too small," they said
and went on to the next.
The little tree began to droop as the
days passed. It grew nearer and nearer
to Christmas, and still no one wanted
him. "The big tree was right," sighed
the little tree. "I am too small.
Christmas Eve arrived at last and the
little tree was almost the only tree left
in the lot. He sighed, and then he
brightened. A small boy was looking
straight at him. "Oh, I wish he would
take me," thought the little tree.
Just then the man who was selling
the trees looked up and saw the boy.
"Do you want a tree, sonny?" he asked.
I-I do, but I guess I don't have
enough money," stammered the little
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Well,
he said kindly, "it's nearly closing
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time and no one seems to want this
tree so you may have it.
Oh, thank you," cried the little boy.
He picked the little tree up and carried
him home. There he placed him on a
low table in a shabby little room and
trimmed him with a few bits of tinsel
and some bright ornaments. Then he
stood back, his face glowing.
Soon the boy's mother came home.
She saw the little tree standing on the
table. "What a beautiful tree," she said.
The little tree fairly burst with pride.
His size hadn't mattered. He was
beautiful anyway.
It is very true that the nicest things
are sometimes done up in small pack
ages. It is also true that no kindly act
is ever too small to go unnoticed. Have
a joyous Christmas, boys and girls.
Aunt Sally.
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