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The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem," Oregon; Thursday Morning I&ajr 26, 1932 v:
' . PAGE FIVE
Local. New Brief:
. Beturn . f rom trip Mr. and
: Mrs. J. O.: Russell returned Tues
day night from a week's motor
; trip Into eastern Oregon, Sherman
'county, and Goldendale, Wash.
Mr. Russell was superintendent
-for a number of years In schools
at the place visited, and she had
charge of the music elasgee in the
same schools. Russell says 1.11
..inches of rain fell Saturday in
Sherman county, as result of
, -which -farmers are Jubilant over
an almost certain bumper wheat
crop. The rainfall for that one
day Is a tenth of the aTerage
Auction Sale at Love's Jewelry
store starts Saturday 2:30. Quit
ting business end of months
"' Everett Gets Degree -Friends
'of Ret. Monroe O. Everett, now
Presbyterian student pastor at the
University of Pennsylvania, have
-had word that fie is receiving a
degree of doctor of divinity from
a southern -' college this month.
Rev. Everett was student pastor
at Co trail is for many years and is
well known In Oregon among
former students and friends of
the state college, ; .
Eat Turkey Dinner ..Sunday. 8c
Chicken ala coon, tater sticks.
rolls. Jelly, any time, 5 Oer Food
Shop. " "
Divorce Sought Suit for di
vorce was filed Wednesday in cir
cuit court here by C. H. Morse
against Clva M. Morse. The con
pie was married December 10,
1914, in Salem. The plaintiff de
clared that in 1929 and there
after his wife repeatedly told
-him she no longer desired to live
with him. "
. Engelbart Back Making farm
era smile over some market prices
la paradise compared to nursing
a rood case of mumps, in opinion
of Arthur J. Engelbart, of the
Model Food store wholesale de
partment. Mr. Engelbart return
ed to the store for a while yes
terday afternoon after spending a
full week at home with the
Berry tickets priced to the times,
at Statesman office, 2 15 South
Take Testimony Testimony
was taken by the public utility
commissioner here Wednesday in
connection with alleged conflict
ing operating schedules proposed
by the Ardenwald busses and
busses owned by L. M. Peden
and W: M. Rankin. Both con
cerns onerate between Arden
wald and Milwaukie.
Commission Sues Suit to col
lect $59.42 alledegdly due from
E. E. Glover was filed yesterday
In circuit court here by the State
Industrial Accident Commission
Olorer is alleged to have run
lumber mill and not to have paid
feea as due each month to the
Permanent wave $2.45 and up
Including hair cut. Model Beauty
Parlor. (UntilJ Phone 787 0.
; Memorial Service Rev. D. J
Howe, pastor of the First Chrls
. tlan church, reports that a spe
cial Memorial service will be held
at his church Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, at which time honored
visitors will be members of the
Grand Army of the Republic and
1 Estate Admitted The estate of
George W. Croisant, deceased,
was admitted to probate yester
day. GV.E. Croisant is to be ad
ministrator of the property, all
personal, which is estimated to
be worth $1000. Appraisers of the
estate are George H. Bell, George
A. Smith and B. A. Schaefe.
Complete line of thrifty, hardy
bedding plants. Salem's Petland
Briggs Loses Licenses Ross
Briggs, 2235 North Fourth street
yesterday lost his driver's license
because he cut a corner with his
automobile. Pleading guilty be
fore Municipal Judge Mark Poul
sen, he was sentenced to license
' suspension for 10 days.
Case Appealed Papers for the
appeal of the case of Dola Bohna
against Lindsey- Doty and Helen
Doty were filed yesterday in the
county clerk's office, being sent
up from-Justice court. The lower
court gave the plaintiff an award
of $16.4 against each defendant.
Dance Fri. nite, Hazelgreen, 25c
; i Beport Expenses W. E. De
Long, candidate for constable,
spent $5 and Mildred Robertson
' Brooks, candidate' for county re
corder, spent $45.30 in .their re-
- spectire races for the nomination,
-- each reported yesterday .to the
bounty clerk's office. . .
"1 Annual Report Annual report
Of the estate of Louie and Ed
ward Tuleja, minors, was- filed
Wednesday by their guardian in
.-probate court here. The Income
'for the year was $302 and the
outgo $17. . ;
- Ducks rid you of earwigs and
alngs-now at Salem's Petland.
( In Law Office. Miss Pauline
Johnson, 181 Chemeketa street,
'is now employed as stenographer
and secretary in the law office of
Emmons and Emmons in the Ore
It Armpriest on Job Carl Arm
priest left yesterday for Medford,
. , where he has contract on con
struction of the Jackson county
courthouse. He will be gone a
week or 10 days.
J Pintc scneauiea aokusi
has been set as the date tor the
annual Ohio Buckeye' picnic
which Is held In Salem each year.
Ruth 'Howe GeU Job Rntk
Howe of Salem, sophomore In vo
cational education at Oregon
State, college, has been annotated
electrician for the production of
inree one-act plays to be present
ed here this month. Two of the
Plays,. -Andante", a drama, and
!Mr. Adam's Children", a com
edy, . were written by Wesley
Coutte, instructor In Jublie speak
ing at Oregon State college. The
inira, -Singapore Spider", is a
mriner' by Edward Finnegan.
Picnic . Enjoyable Under the
direction of Messrs. Jentxkow and
Kropp, and Mesdames Snyder,
Kerber, Cowglll, Trumm and
Jentxkow, a very enjoyable picnic
was given by the castor of St.
Joseph's church to the Sacred
Heart academy choir and St. Jo
seph's Altar Boys society, at Ha
sel Green park, on Tuesday. Some
e people were present and all en-
Joyed the day thoroughly.
Get your berry tickets
Statesman joT plant.
Seating Explained Students'
commencement announcements de
not constitute, admission to the
exercises at- the Elsinore theatre
Friday morning. June 3, It -was
stated at the. high school office
yesterday. Because of the sire of
the graduating class, 343, seats
for members of the students' fam
ilies and friends will be limited
Berry tickets; printed at
Lions vDo Not Meet No meet
ing of Lions club 'Will " be held
today, the usual . luncheon date.
The trip up the Clackamas river
made by a number of Lions last
Sunday takes the place of today's
Died in Lawrence, Kansas,
Marv Gilbert. May Z4, ai
the a see of 30. Daughter or Ij. m.
r.iibert of Corvallis: sister of
Malcolm Gilbert of Portland, Ore
gonf Mrs. Marjorie Cutsforth of
Lawrence. Kansas: Mrs. Mildred
Bateson of Corvallis; grand
daughter of Mrs. Marjorie Rogers
of Medford. Funeral notice later
by W. T. Rigdon and Son.
Died in thi3 city May 22, W
H. Dohney at the age of 84
Graveside services Thursday, May
26 at 11 a. m. at the Odd Fellows
cemetery. W. T. Rigdon and Son
In this city, May 24, Clara E
Becht, a native of Oregon, at the
age of 74 years. Services and
cremation will be held in Port
land today. May 26. Terwllliger
Funeral Home. 770 Chemeketa
Working Groups Announced
By L. H. McBee, Dallas,
Committee appointments an
nounced at yesterday morning's
opening session of . the - Oregon
Farmer Union by President L. H.
McBee of Dallas follow:
Credentials J. J. Schrlst, Ball-
ston, S. B.'Holt, Sclo and Mrs.
Betty Kappauf, state secretary of
Eugene. Insurance C. A. Nichols,
Cottage Grove, A. G. Rempel, Dal
las, and W. E. More. Cooperative
marketing Mrs. Thomas Gren-
fell, MeMinnville, James Richard I
son, Lewis Mortenson of Dallas,
R. Coleman and J. DeLong,
Livestock Frank Farmer, N.
P. Nelson, C. L. Giison, C. F. Em
erson, J. M. Nichols of Bethel,
-W. Fitts. Marketing informa
tion John Shepherd and L. R.
Breithaupt. Cooperative purchas
ing CVW. Smith, R. E. Stratton,
B. H.-Leerhlng, S.' Br Torvend of
Silverton; Ralph Johnson. 8. B.
Holt and Charles Duyck. Educa
tion E." F. Brown. Mrs.' M. W,
Hubbard, Paul Marls and C. W.
Legislation C. A. Hart, W. W
Russell, T. W. Werth, Ernest
Werner, C. D. Blanchard and Hen
ry Zorn. Dairy Eben Ray, Fred
Muhs, G. F. Stewart, Theodore
Fllnk, N. A. Cramer, Henry
Thompson and B. H. Brabham
Good of order Ov W. Potts of
Jefferson route, Leo Hammell,
Theodore Fllnk, Mrs. Bert O'Brien
and J. H. Foster and Mrs. Carl
Freight and transportation
H. R. Richards, Huson of Wash
ington, Eugene Hammel and J.
Wf Fitts. Order of business E. A.
Rhoten of Salem, C. F. Emerson
and Lewis Mortenson. Oil R. W.
Hogg of Polk county. Warren
Creech, Fay Greene, N. P. John
son, A. R. Mathys and John Ke-
Resolutions A. R. Shumway of
Milton, C. W. Branstetter. Sheri
dan, J. J. Sechrist, Ballston, War
ren Creech, Bethel and Mae
Ladies' auxiliary Mrs. W. W.
Russell, Mrs. C. F. Emerson and
Mrs. Ralph Johnson.
Occurrences' and Goasia
at the center of Ore onV
RECORD CB IT
RALPH HAMILTON,, formerly
a resident of Bend, hut now a
practicing lawyer in Port
land, was In Salem yesterday con
ferring with state officials and
employes. Hamilton . served as
speaker of the house of represen
tation la the state legislature four
years ago, and has held numerous
other ofxees of puhle trust. Ralph
vas the most consistent pipe
smoker in th.e legislature.'
a visit yesterday for the - first i
time since the primary election.
BUI was one of those who "also
ran' for - councilman; He has no
alibis to offer, however,-and' has
sent congratulations to his oppon
ent. Evana declared that he had
obtained his fill of politics, and
hereafter would he found 1b the
ranks of the private dtlxen.
Fred Buchtel. at one time
tber of the old public service
commission, but now public
statistician tn Portland, spent
yesterday la Salem conferriag
with Henry M. Hanzeu, state
budget d rector, and other offl- -ciala
here. He said the recall
election la Portland was bitter .
ly contested, And was the most
Interesting event of Its kind ever
held in the metropolis.
Allan Bynon of Portland, re
cently nominated' for the office ef
state senator from Multnomah
county, was a visitor in Salem
yesterday. Bynon previously serv-
edas . a . member of the lower
house. Prior to. locating in" Port
land several years, ago Bynon lived
in Salem where he practiced law:
He always was favored with Im
portant committee assignments.
and was an active legislator.
Edward Bailey, prominent
Lane county attorney and at one
Hum democrats nominee for
governor, drifted Into Salens
yesterday and spent several
hours visiting with - old-time
friends, Ed previously served
as a member of the state bonus
commission and was in the state
senate. Mr. Bailey indicated
that he was through with poll
tica, and hereafter would devote
his entire time to his law practice.
General Rilea of the state mill
tary department, will represent
Governor Meier at the dedication
of the new Rogue River bridge
at Weddeburn next Saturday, it
was announced at the executive
department yesterday. R. H. Bal-
dock, state highway engineer; C.
B. MeMullough, state, bridge en
gineer, and the three members of
the state highway commission, al
so will attend. McCullough will
have an Important part in the
At the residence of a daughter
on route 7, box 85, May 25, Tollof
Olson aged 71 years. 3 months
and 13 days. Husband of Lottie
Olson, father of Mrs. E. K. An
derson, Portland; Mrs. W. W.
Fisher of Salem, Mrs. L H Wil
cox of Medford, Mrs Lloyd Solid
of Manette, Wash., and Mrs. Len
nox Bright of Bremerton, Wash.
Other survivors include 12 grand
children and two great-grandchildren.
He was a native of Nor
way and a member of Steadfast
lodge, A. F. A. M. of Manette,
Wash. Funeral services from the
Terwllliger Funeral Home, 770
Chemeketa street, Friday, May
27, at 2 p. m.
Rosemarv Nusom is
President of 4 - L's
ELDRIEDGE, May 25. The
4-L club met Saturday afternoon
t the home of Rosemary Nusom
with two special fuests present,
Mrs. J. E. Scharf and Mrs A-W.
Election of officers resulted as
follows: President, Rosemary Nu
som; vice-president, Mabel Ful
ler; secretary, Nina Fuller; treas
urer, Dorothy Scharf.
Miss Virginia Sahli is leader
and has announced that the next
meeting will be held at the home
of Nina and Mabel Fuller.
Awarding of numerous road
contracts recently has stimulat
ed condemnation proceedings In
many counties In Oregon, J. M.
Devers, attorney for the state
highway commission, announced
yesterday. Devers returned here
late Tuesday from Arlington,
and will leave today for south
era, Oregon. Most of the con
demnation suite are in conneo
tion with highway routes.
William Evans, of book store
fame, paid the eapitol press room
Esther GIbbard Wins Creech
CuOther Awards! f6t
Work Announced j-'f'
Governor Meier, upoa his re
tain to Salem, west week. will.
nna oa ma desk a report snow- .
lag the comparative wages paid
employee of . the state printing
department asri U . commercial
shops. The governor said he had
received complaints '. that the
wage scale in the state plant
was higher than ia the private
printing oflcea. If tain is true,
an adjustment will follow, the
Frank Davey of Silverton. who
was defeated for the republican
nomination for state representa
tive at the recent primary election.
was a caller at the eapitol press
room yesterday. Frank is an old
time newspaper man, and has
many friends in the fraternity. Da
rey at one time served as. speaker
of the house ef representatives
in the Oregon legislature.
Rufus C Holman. state' treas
urer, has indicated that be soon
will tell the people of Salem
why bo ram behind his oppon
ent here at the recent primary
election. Milton Scherping of
roruana, earned gaiem over
Holman by aproximately 200
votes. Holman won over Scherp
ing in the county by large
majority, it wa& reported that
the state employes had some
thing to do with Hoi man's de
feat in the city of Salens.
ThVflfth annual style show and
tea honoring Salem high school
girls and their mothers was given
In the school auditorium and gym
nasium yesterday afternoon, the
show - by - the Home- Economics
club, the tea by the Girls' League.
An. estimated crowd of (00 per
sons attended, the largest ever
At the style show In the audlti
torlura. winners of the home ec
onomics honor ' pins and of the
Julia Creech cup were announced
Mrs. Eula 8. Creech, head of the
department, presented the pins to
Dorothy Krebs, Beth- DeLapp,
Clara Jane Harms, Doris MeCallis
ter and Wllma Johnson, seniors,
and Carolyn LaDue and Lucille
Haekett. Juniors. ' ,
Honorable mention was made
ef Marjorie Sanders, Dora Davis,
Haiel Clark and Loladale Pick
ens, .seniors, and Dorothy Beck
ley, Mary Lois Driggs, Jean Card
her,4 Ruth Morris and Dorothea
Esther GIbbard was presented
the Creech cup for 19 SI, by Miss
Mildred Chrlstenson, as the out
standing girl in the home econ
omics-department this year.
Award of the pins and cup is
based on the girls' dependability,
cooperative spirit, character and
Ideals, leadership, friendliness.
cheerfulness and good scholar
At the style show, 8 J attract
ive garments made by the girls
were presented in interesting fa
shion. Continuity for the show
was written by Esther GIbbard.
Display of the garments was made
on the stage in a setting of a mod
ernistic tea room, called "The
Sign of the Pewter Cup." Offi
cers and others of the club sat at
; J; Coxnin'ij. Event
" . May 23-26 Pacific Sy
nod annual convention, at
American Lutheran church.
May 25-2-27. Oreoa
Farmers Union 'convention.
- May tS-Red HiUs grange,
entertaining state grange of
ficers. -Saturday,' 8 o'clock. -.
June M Miasou-t state
, August Id Dakota picnic
Dora Davis and Margaret Zlelln-
ski. The stage setting was pre
pared by the hign school stage
craft class. ,
At the tea served In the gym
nasium - by the members of the
Girls' league, a musical . program
was presented by Helen Purrtne,
violinist, and ' Helen Benner, pianist.
EMS 11 mi
Operations en the county roads
are Increasing following the re
cent heavy rains. At present there
are about '109 men at work en
road construction -and ft la ex
pected that this Bumher.win.be
augmented as summer comes on. , -
AH four . eoiBty tractors are
again at work after having' been
held up by the trains. Roadmaster
Johnson sent one te the Talhot-
Buena vista Toad, another to the
Grabenhorst-Prlngle road,! anoth
er in district No. 8 near Wood
burn and the fourth to district No.
1SH near the Silverton golf links.
Johnson also reports that work
has been started under Bill Men
wain on the Victor Point road
south with a crew shooting stumps
on Market road No. 7f.
Newell Williams dropped into
the eapitol press room today, and
explained why and how the sever
al successful candidates at the pri
mary election, put it over. Wil
Hams said the singing of a Salem
quartet had much to do with the the tea-tables during the presen-
a 1 A.ii- M a W M m m I a m. a -
nwuun vi ur. i c Barries: ior I lauon.
More than twice as manr car-
I ments were shown this year as at
ine first show four years ago,
Types were: pajamas, school
dresses, blouses and skirts, after-
I noon cresses, make-over rar
ments, suits and coats, and grad
The committee which had
charge of the show included Lu-
euie Haekett, chairman, Clara
June Harms, Dorothy Beckler.
The state police department
which was organised last Aug
ust now has more, than 80,000
complete criminal records.
Cnarlee P. Pray, superinten
dent, announced. The criminal
identification bureau is conduct
ed at the state penitentiary,
With joe Murray, Bertllllon ex
pert, in charge. Many of the or
iginal records were received
from the criminal Identification
bureaus at Sacramento and Se
CASE SLATED TODAY
The state's case against James
Anderson and H. A. Thlessea,
charged with giving a check with
out aaftlcleqt , funds, will be
heard before Justice of the Peace
Miller Hayden at 19 o'clock this
morning. W. L. Hutchinson is pri
The ease Involves a check for
$158.85 on the Oregon Feed nd
Fleur company, signed by Ander
son and counter signed by Thies
sen, and made to one L. O. Her
rold, assignee, who endorsed it to
The defense win rely on the
legal propositions that the check
In Question was given for an ex
is ting obligation tand was origi
nally postdated to.the knowledge
of the payee and is expected to
further contend that the action is
being prosecuted for the purpose
of compelling payment from the
officers of the Oregon Feed and
Flour company of an obligation
of the firm which is now other
wise uncollectable in view of the
fact that the corporation some
time ago made an assignment for
the benefit of Its creditors.
made an appearance.
Maay state employes are watch
ing with interest Oregon's propos
ed program ofjiower without cost
to the taxpayers. The only power
plant thus far proposed nnder the
program was estimated to cost
1150,000. No bidders has as yet
C. C. Hulet, ex-master of the
state grange, and unsuccessful
candidate for congress in the
first district at Friday's primary
election, spent part of yesterday
im Salem. He conferred with
state officials. Mr. Hulet lire in
At Rotary Meet
Home talent featured the Ro
tary club program Wednesday
noon when the promised speaker
failed to arrive. The circular to
all the clubs announcing the un
animous nomination of William
McGilchrist, Jr., for district gov
ernor was read. The nomination
will be ratified at the interna
tional convention In June.
Judge Campbell of the supreme
court urged attendance at the
Boy Scout rally oa Sweetland
field Friday night.
A movement Is on foot among
the younger business and profes
sional mea of Salem te sponsor a
candidate In the annual school
election which will be held oa
June 10. At this ' election, two
school board positions win be
filled. Terms ef Mark D. MeCall la
ter and E. L. Welder win ead at
that time and it Is understood
neither will mn for reelection.
The first nominating petition
to be filed la for Mrs. David
Wright, prominent in women's
club affairs. The board now has
one woman director, Mrs. R. 8.
Keene. Petitions are being circu
lated for the nomination of Dr.
B. F. Pound, past president of
the Marlon county Parent-Teacher
Kenneth Perry, vounr nrofes-
slonal man. Is being talked as the
candidate of the Young Men's Re
I take this opportunity to
express my sincere apprecia
tion and gratitude for the
magnificent vote yon gave
me in the primary election
tor the Office of County Re
corder. I assure you that
you wiU receive honest and
efficient service and cour
teous treatment from nJy
deputies and myself during
my term of office. I thank
At the residence. 565 North
Cottage street early Wednesday,
Mrs. Alice M. Hoover, aged 64
years. Wife of R. N. Hoover,
and daughter of Mrs. Caroline
McCracker of Salem. Mother of
Mrs. C. A. Hansen of Portland,
Mrs. Velma H. Farmer of Salem,
Theron C. Hoover of Salem; one
grandchild Raymond Lee Farmer
of Salem: sister of S. P. McCraek
en, Mrs. J. E. Cox and Mrs., A. A.
Gueffroy. all of Salem She was
affiliated with the First Congre
gational church. Funeral serv
ices will be held Friday, May 27
at 3 D. m. from the chapel of W.
T. Rledon and Son. with Rev. J.
R. Simonds and Rev. Kantner of
ficiating. Intombment Mt. Crest
! " Rogers To Mr. and Mrs. Earn
est Chester Rogers. 457 souta
! Commercial street, .a girl, Rilla
; Marie, born on May 16 at the res
idence. .y-- i'-.-.vvV;.-
HilS-To Mr. and Mrs. Edward
T. B. Hill, lt 'Fir street,
- girl, Edna Marie, bora os Kay
at Salem general hospital. -
At the residence, Main and
Summer streets, early Wednes
day. Walter H. Jory, aged 71
years. He was the son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Jory, pioneers
of 1847. He is survived by a sis
ter. Miss Ada E. Jory, a brother.
Ed A. Jory, both of Salem, and a
nephew, Victor E. Jory of Minne
apolis. Minn. He was a member
of the Elks loHtfe. Funeral serv
ices will be held from the chapel
of W. T. Rigdon and Son. Thurs
day. May 26 at 2 p. m.. Rev. W.
C Kantner officiating, Interment
Crawls Under Truck Milton
Marsh, 1554 North Cottage street,
reported to police yesterday that
his automobile struck a truck driv
en by Stanley Hogate on Ferry
street between High and Church.
He was unable to stop when the
truck did, he said, and ran his
car under the truck's tail gate.
Trio to Sing The Delta Phi
trio from the Willamette univer
sity sorority will sing at the Fra-
ternis club meeting to be held
at the Spa at 6:30 o'clock tonight.
Members of the trto are Edith
Findley, Jean Middleton and
Quick work, reasonable prices on
berry tickets at The Statesman
printing office, 215 South Com-
Schmidt Promoted Dr. L. B.
Schmidt, Salem dentist, has been
promoted from first lieutenant to
the rank of captain in the corps
of the ninth area of reserve offi
cers, according to announcement !
this week from the Preeldie at
Driving With Four Elvln Fos
ter , was brought into Justice
court late yesterday afternoon on
a charge of driving with four in
the front seat.
Answer Filed John William
son, defendant with several oth
ers in an action recently brought
by Albert Krens. tiled his answer ,
Wednesday in circuit court here.
Schackman Arrested P rank
Sehackman, 1765 State street,'
was aire tea yesterday - on a
cnarge oi reckless driving, ac
cording to police report,
In this city May 23, John Wa
ters at the age of 43. Husband
of Netanis of Beaverton; brother
of G. A. Doyle of Grand RaPids,
Mich. Funeral services will be
held Thursday. May 26 at 1 p;
m. at the chapel of the Salem
Mortuary. 545 N. Capitol street,
with Father Keenan otficlatlnf.
Interment St. Barbara cemetery.
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4 Almost anlmtouchable,, subject
148 N. Commercial
Rooms l and 2
' Office hours
f. tW J . M
day 2 to 5 p.m.
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
established 1803 TeL S852
Conveniently Accessible .
Perpetual care provided tor
. . PriMS
A PARK ! CEMETERY WTTB
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... Floor Waxen
to rent "
COlO, Csed Furalture
- Department .
181 North High ' '
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and the other 3 inhale unknowingly!
for Luckies have tho answer! Lnckles
assure you tie dean, pure cigarette yoa
O.KAMBUCA . .
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wondered why the ruSject of in
halimr has been generally ayoided In "want. ..becaase certain impnrldes con
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cc&iea in evra uic naesi, miiuesi so owjj
leaves are removed by Luckies iamous
purifytng process. lUickies created that
process. Only Luckies have it! ; :;
Tnonsinolcea can't be wrongT?
; "Why theinjstery? 'WhyViilence?
We inliale -knowingly or unkno w-.
Ingly! Each and every one of us
breathes in some "part of the smoke
Goat pur dgxxette ' - ' c 'L:..- '
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