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How To Fill In A Money Order Blank
1. How the money order blank looks (simplified and slightly enlarged):
[The following money order is divided into 5 boxes, this transcription is arranged in order from left to right, and then top to bottom.]

[BEGIN BOX 1]
UNITED STATES POSTAL MONEY ORDER

     VOID IF ALTERED                                       10-52,887,803
PAY AMOUNT IN THIS BLOCK [ARROW POINTING TO THE RIGHT]     Dollars
BUT NOT                      DOLLARS                                                       
MORE THAN                                                          Cents
[END BOX 1]


Front
[BEGIN BOX 2]
10-52,887,803
Dollars

         Cents
[END BOX 2]

Back
[BEGIN BOX 3]
[NOTE: The following box is flipped vertically upside-down]        
This Receipt Must Be Presented in Case of Loss.

Sent To ____________________________________________

Address ____________________________________________
[END BOX 3]

[BEGIN BOX 4]
      Information below to be filled in by purchaser

      PAY TO _______________________________________
             Payee's Name

      FROM _________________________________________
             Purchaser's name

Please _____________________________________________
              Purchaser's street address

Cash
Promptly ___________________________________________
              Purchaser's city             State

IF C.O.D., No. here: ________________
Do Not Fold, Staple, Spindle, or Mutilate 
[END BOX 4]

[BEGIN BOX 5]
Purchaser's 
Receipt
Fill in Other
Side
DETACH 
AND 
HOLD
[END BOX 5]

2. Where to fill in the blank:
[Note the following form has 4 boxes: organized from left to right, and then top to bottom.]

[BEGIN BOX 1]
DO NOT WRITE HERE
[END BOX 1]

Front
[BEGIN BOX 2]
DO NOT WRITE HERE
[END BOX 2]

BACK
[BEGIN BOX 3]
Sent To ____________________________________________

Address ____________________________________________
[END BOX 3]

[BEGIN BOX 4]
PAY TO _____________________________________________
       Payee's name

FROM _______________________________________________
     Purchaser's name

     _______________________________________________
     Purchaser's city            State

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COUNTING YOUR BLESSINGS
We go to the store, we count our change, we pay insurance or receive welfare benefits.  All these things require arithmetic.  Let us learn to count our blessings as we become First Class Citizens.


                  Beginners' Arithmetic
Add:    5   6   7   4   8   6   7
           3   3   3   4   1   2   2
           _   _   _   _   _   _   _ 

Peggy planted 3 rose bushes the first day.  She planted 6 rose bushes the second day.  Peggy planted ___ rose bushes in all.

Add the scores:
        3   4   1   2   2   1
        3   0   5   1   5   4
        2   2   0   3   1   2
        _   _   _   _   _   _

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