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Printed with inexpensive green ink on one side, these greenbacks could not be copied with the cameras of the time.
Wesley was just inches away from an equaliser when his late effort hit the upright but it wasn't to be and the Greenbacks are now facing up to a relegation scrap.
The Greenbacks go to Kettering on Sunday but whether Nuneaton Town loanee Ben Ford will be with them is uncertain as the midfielder's monthlong stay at the Oval ends on Saturday.
During the second fiscal quarter of 2003, the Company opened 61 stores, closed 12 stores, added 100 Greenbacks stores, and expanded or relocated 35 stores.
Haywood, 80 on November 22, started supporting the Greenbacks in the club's first season (1947-48) and joined the board in 1976.
For the calendar year ended December 31, 2002, Greenbacks reported net sales of $127.
1 THE Greenbacks suffered a second cup exit in the space of a week as they fell to Hednesford for the fifth time in six meetings in the FA Trophy.
NASDAQ: DLTR), the nation's leading operator of single-price point dollar stores, today announced that it has signed a binding agreement to acquire all of the outstanding stock of Greenbacks, Inc.
That was borne out over the Bank Holiday weekend as the Greenbacks suffered a heart-breaking 1-0 defeat at Arlesey Town before being outclassed at the Oval in a 3-0 loss to Leamington.
Welch, who did a excellent job in providing a superb playing surface for the Greenbacks to produce quality football for the most part at the Oval, was chosen as runner-up for the Southern League honour and was one of two groundsmen to be "highly commended" in the National Award for Step 3 and 4 clubs.
The Greenbacks play 11 warm-up matches in the space of four weeks against opposition that the Oval gaffer describes as "a good mixture" to test his promotion-winning team.
A delighted Farmer, who in his first year in charge of the Greenbacks has guided them to a unique club honour, said: "Words can't explain how pleased I am.
The decisive win took the visitors three points clear of nearest pursuers Slough and 17 ahead of third placed Greenbacks, for whom the play offs now look the priority.
Fans will get an opportunity to quiz manager Steve Farmer and his staff on the side's poor spell of results at the Oval, where the Greenbacks have picked up just five points from the last five games.
The Greenbacks have the most potent strike force in the division but they will need to be firing on all cylinders in Middlesex as the Brook boast one of the best defences.