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Yesterday’s tobacco habits

April 21, 2014
By Ellayne Conyers , Marshall Independent

When I was a kid tobacco was very much a part of life. Men smoked everywhere except in church. There were ash trays everywhere. There were fancy, small ashtrays set on flat surfaces all over one's house. Some ashtrays were manufactured that sat on top of a leg post and set next to a chair. If there were no ash trays set out, men just used an empty tin can.

 
 

 

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