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The front of the booklet . . .
The back of the booklet . . .
Inside the booklet are illustrations featuring tabletops set with platters of ham. If you look closely at the following two illustrations, you'll see where Morrell hams get their great smoky flavor.
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And he never came back!!
King Bushwick the Toity Toid |
13 April 2008 at 12:09 PM
i have this exact book in nearly perfect condition. does someone want to purchase it....
let me know
macon mcdavid |
26 October 2008 at 05:42 PM
Pig dressed in tux with top hat. They left out the part where their heads are put into vice like collars, a bolt is shot into their brains and their throat is slit. They are exsanguinated, the head cut off, slit down the middle etc.etc.
24 July 2009 at 12:11 PM
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