Item: When was the last time you saw an S&H Green Stamps
vendor of S&H Green Stamps
, now called S&H Greenpoints) is the classic example of a trading stamp company.
This kind of takes us back to the Green Stamps
days," says Eddie Owens, director of communications and public relations at United.
Please note: For animation of the Go Green stamps
, visit the USPS Broadcast Center at http://uspsvideo.
A lifelong resident of Eugene, she worked at a Green Stamps
store, worked with orchids at Chase Gardens, worked at St.
In a separate zone, signatures will be collected, and green stamps
will be placed on a special banner to signal agreement with the petition.
Going store to store to find the lowest price and combining double Green Stamps
that maximized savings stretched our meager dollars.
And in a kitchen drawer, beneath thousands of S&H Green Stamps
, she uncovered 400 pages of Teddy's memoirs.
Bills calling for greater control over the industry--which included S&H Green Stamps
, King Kom and Stop & Save, among many others--were introduced in numerous states, according to a story in HFD on March 12,1963.
But for the populace at large, stick-on labels aren't used as frequently as they were even five years ago, but are on the road to joining S&H Green Stamps
, which themselves have gone online and now are 21st century S&H Green points.
Levine terms the programs "graduate credit dispensers" because "they award the equivalent of green stamps
, which can be traded in for raises and promotions to teachers who have no intention of becoming administrators.
The characters, situations, even the hard-earned insights Clewell offers, are both tangible and familiar, are parts of the real world of commuter trains, flea markets and S & H green stamps
What with the Nasdaq drowning in blood, Amazon shares worth less than the cash value of Green Stamps
, and Yahoo
Remember saving your S & H Green Stamps
in the 1960s and '70s to buy lamps, alarm clocks, and other useful items?
Merry Christmas to everyone I wrote about this past year: to the Promise Keepers and those who fly with them; to people practiced in infallibility; to all who buried Saint Joseph statues and then sold their homes; to those who miss meat on Lenten Fridays and those who sneak meat; to Henry David Thoreau and all who read his works; to relic collectors everywhere; to all who read good and bad books this past summer; to all who celebrate "Eucharist Without Walls"; to people sitting in parish halls, epicenters of Catholicism; to all who collect green stamps
, frequent-flier miles, and indulgences; to all who have dealt with death and eternal life.