THRIFT


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THRIFTTug Hill Resources Investment for Tomorrow (Morrisville State College; Morrisville, NY)
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Just about that time the word Thrift was to the fore.
One remembers his first modest advertisements headed with the magic word Thrift, Thrift, Thrift, thrice repeated; promising ten per cent.
"The money was coming in all right." The deposits you understand--the savings of Thrift. Oh yes they had been coming in to the very last moment.
Aside from this, we wanted to give them such a practical knowledge of some one industry, together with the spirit of industry, thrift, and economy, that they would be sure of knowing how to make a living after they had left us.
Any boy who took employment with any firm could, by thrift, energy, and sobriety, learn the business and rise from position to position until he was taken in as a junior partner.
Out of the small residue of her income which Amelia kept back for herself, the widow had need of all the thrift and care possible in order to enable her to keep her darling boy dressed in such a manner as became George Osborne's son, and to defray the expenses of the little school to which, after much misgiving and reluctance and many secret pangs and fears on her own part, she had been induced to send the lad.
Dudley Pickering was a middle-aged Middle Westerner, who by thrift and industry had amassed a considerable fortune out of automobiles.
The disposition of everything in the rooms, from the largest object to the least; the arrangement of colours, the elegant variety and contrast obtained by thrift in trifles, by delicate hands, clear eyes, and good sense; were at once so pleasant in themselves, and so expressive of their originator, that, as Mr.
The rich would have spoken on the value of thrift, and the idle grown eloquent over the dignity of labour.
On the other hand, Presidential Decree 734, which also refers to deposits by minors, has a broader coverage since it applies not only to thrift banks but, notably, to all "banking institutions" which can include, aside from thrift banks, universal banks, commercial banks, rural banks, cooperative banks and government banks.
In her address at the Chamber of Thrift Banks (CTB) General Membership Meeting on Monday, BSP Deputy Governor for the Financial Supervision Sector Chuchi G.
It is the second thrift store coming to the vicinity.