Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on January 28, 1972 · Page 19
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 19

Estherville, Iowa
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Friday, January 28, 1972
Page 19
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Can you tell the difference? This cigarette This cigarette was made by Ji ^ was made by one of America's m m Mr. Dave Sloan leading tobacco M m of Bensenville. companies. IE m Illinois. The only difference is in the taste. The cigarette made by Mr: Dave Sloan tastes better because it's fresher. He makes filter cigarettes himself with Laredo Filter Blend—at a cost of less than 20c a pack. : ' : You start with tne Laredo Filter Blend Kit. either regular or menthol. The whole kit—including the simple, sturdy cigarette-making machine (guaranteed in writing for 2 years) —costs less than S2. v ' Once you have the machine, refills, complete with enough filters, paper tubes, carry-around packs.and vacuum-fresh Laredo tobacco to make five more packs, cost less than That's less than 20c a pack. ::; No factory-made cigarette can cost so little, yet taste so fresh. Vacuum-fresh Laredo. Try it! machine that Look for these Laredo refills., makes the Each contains the makings ' freshest filter for 5 more packs of fresh filter cigarettes you cigarettes. Cost: tegs than 'SI.* ever tasted. That's less than 20c a pack!* La Re DO FILTGR BLeiMD *ln mr,s* areas of the country—based on manufacturer'? suggested retail price. "These days, the birds are the only ones who have nest eggs," says the Brookings (S.D.) Daily Register. "When a child pays attention to his parents, they're probably whispering," comments the Wayne County News of Fairfield, III. The Renville (Minn.) Star-Farmer says, "Most high school drop-outs eventually see the handwriting on the wall, but the trouble is they can't read it." The Colman (S.D.) Argus quotes the fellow who said, "Am I glad my wife joined Woman's Lib. Now she complains about all men instead of just me." This one is from the Lake Mills (Iowa) Graphic: A fellow standing on the street corner was obviously upset at the grooming of the younger generation. "Just look at that one," he said to a bystander. "Is it a boy or a girl?" "It's a girl. She's my daughter," came the reply. "Oh, forgive me madame," said the observer. "I didn't know you were her mother." "I'm not," snapped the bystander. "I'm her father." The Milbank (S.D.) Herald Advance says, "Opportunity knocks, but temptation kicks the door down." A dollar bill looks big when you take it to church, but very small when you take it to the store, comments The New Ulm (Minn.) Journal. "Eat, drink and be merry; God grades on a curve," advises The Review of Plymouth, Wis. "One way to spend a quiet evening is to criticize the supper," says The Jamestown (N.D.) Sun. The Times Record of Aledo, III. says, "Even in Grandpa's time there was something to make you sleep; they called it work." "It used to be that 10 cents was big money. My how dimes have changed," says The Dell Rapids (S.D.) Tribune. "Fellows who drive with one hand are usually headed for the church aisle— some will walk down it and some will be carried," says The Manning (Iowa) Monitor. At the current price of cigarets, the warning on the package should read, "Smoking may be hazardous to your wealth," complains The Sargent County Teller of Milnor, N.D. The Sisseton (S.D.) Courier says, "Many people who aim to do right are very poor shots." The Ogden (Iowa) Reporter comments: There are two kinds of partygoers. One is the kind who wants to leave early, the other is the kind who wants to stay late. Almost invariably they are married to each other. "Absence makes the heart go wander," says The Mason County Democrat of Havana, III. OI971BROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION ^^^V Sfce vMw4 cfSuatitp in. 3Uatx» ffheducU The Belvidere Daily Republican comments: keep figures in line than it is for dieters." 'It is easier for accountants to

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