The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, August 14, 1957, Image 2

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PAGE TW O * V TH E DILLON, M O N T A N A , D A ILY TRIBUNE W E D N E SDAY, AUGUST 14, MST s I n t e r v i e w s W i l l B e C o n d u c t e d H e r e f o r t h e Plans of Protection j * - . H o s p i t a l , S u r g i c a l , M e d i c a l , N u r s i n g All residents of Dillon and Beaverhead county who qualify will have the oppor­ tunity to have the American Republic Plans of Protection. These famous Plans now help protect many thousands of individuals and families against expensive hospital, surgical, nursing and doctor bills for either sickness or accident. The Program to explain this protection to all residents of the county is now begin­ ning and it will continue until all residents of the county have been contacted and the American Republic Plans of Protection explained to them. COUNTY-WIDE PROGRAM We Are Pledged to Interview All County Residents. The American Republic Plans of Protection Will Be Explained to Individuals and F a m i l i e s . . . During the time necessary to contact all county residents, representatives will be interviewing individuals and families. Ths American Republic Plans of Protection will be explained by fully qualified, specially trained representatives. They are pledged to contact all residents and to make the plans available to all who qual­ ify. Any county resident who should be missed during this program may receive full information by contacting the Company by letter to the address below. A Few M inutes Time Is A l l That I s Needed • k f Just a few minutes of your time is needed for you to receive a full explanation of the Plans. The representative who calls on you will arrange a time that is conven­ ient for you to receive full information concerning policy coverages and effective dates of the Plans. HO S P ITAL EXPENSES — American Republic Hospital, Surgical and Nursing Plans help pay expensive hospital charges. SURGEONS' BILLS i— American Republic Hospital, Surgical and Nursing Plans and the American Republic Medical and Sur­ gical Plan, help pay expensive surgeons' bills for operations. D O C T O R S ' BILLS — The American Republic Medical and Surgical Plan helps pay doctors' bills for sickness or accident. pital, Surgical and Nursing Plans and the American Republic Medical and Surgical Plan help pay hospital and doctor bills for childbirth. W a t c h f o r t h e N a n W h o C a r r i e s T h i s C a r d (THE M A N W H O CARRIES THIS C A R D IS QUALIFIED T O EXPLAIN A TH E A M E R IC A N REPUBLIC PLANS T O Y O U ) W M o n t a n a D i v i s i o n - G r e a t F a l l s , B o x 2 0 6 2 American Republic Insurance Company Hom e Office - Des M oines, Iowa Dependable protection. . . Since 1929 * * * & u t f ) 0 r t ? e i > ★ * ★ STAFF REPRESENTATIVE DULY LICENSED A8 REQUIRED BY LAW T h e A m e r i c a n R e p u b l i c H o s p i t a l 8 S u r g i c a l P l a n D E P E N D A B L E P R O T E C T I O N • • • S I N C E ! 9 E f AUTHOMMD • tapp MiranurvATivi w atcArrAAr : O M NO IM M . IOWA

The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.), 14 Aug. 1957, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn85053041/1957-08-14/ed-1/seq-2/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.