The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 27, 1962 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

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Saturday, January 27, 1962
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STRICTLY BUSINESS fc,M*«H« THESE WOMEN! By d'Alescio STRICTLY^BUSINESS b y McF„.fr, rfHESE WOMEN I i^KI patent "Aryyle has a very responsible job with the company—• when anything yoes wrong he's responsible." KERRY DRAKE "All right, all right—here's your payment • ^ • My, I had no IDEA you'd get tough so fast! KERRY.'.. (S SOMETHING WRONGS' L I £UFSS NOT, AMNDY/ .. I HEARD A NOISE BACK CF THE MOTEL.'.. THOUGHT SOMEBODY WAS PROWLING AROUND CUR CAR.' W» NOW, DARLING.' f RELAX.' YOU'RE i ON VACATION.. fljr REMEMBER? / AS SOON AS MY HAND- ^M/^ FfVElV'/1 SHOULD HAVE DRAWN - ~\SOME HUSBAND RELEASES *>. A BLU5FR1NT.. SHOWING HOW NINE p 'CLCCK.'.. THIS ) A'.E AND LOADS THE LUGGAGE, ) ALL THESE PIECES WENT T A VERY EARLY' / I7\A READY TO START, DARLING/ START ON A LONG T-RIF; KITTEN.' OUR. TRUNK LOCK IS JAMMED, HONEY/.. LOOKS AS IF'. SOMEBODY HAD TAMPERED WITH IT LAST NIGHT.' - ( -v.* * HOW LUCKY I INSISTED ON CARRYING ALL THE LUGGAGE ' INSIDE. WELL.. ALL WE CAN DO FOR NOW IS LOAD IT IN BACK < ."ND DR/vE ON TO A RE- ) FAIR SHOP/ *7 0 YOU'RE RIGHT, AMSTER/ SOMEBODY REALLY A\ESSED UP YOUR LOCK.' V WHILE YOU WORK' GET RIGHT ON IT, MAC/ MY.. UH.. WIFE AND I WILL HAVE SOA\E COFFEE <| A BIT ON THE PRIMITIVE SIDE, MINDY/. YES - IT ISN'T EXACTLY THE WAY I PICTURED OUR FIRST BREAKFAST TOGETHER... BUT, AS LONG AS I'M LOOKING AT YOU. NOTHING ELSE 1.0. i, By rTAIessio "It's- Argyle calling from home with a bad case of hiccups!" . "Did you ever hear of anything so ROMANTIC? Why, only a few weeks ago he was just a stranger, cashing a 'check ahead of me at the bank I" MARY WORTH I MRS. WORTH, MAVI ^WSIfSJZgFff |pRESENT MR.WALT5T^^^^^T0VK £ ..ir NOW THERE'S A . T \ TALENTED LADY.'CAMEO! V SHETKN0W5 HOW TO MAKE A PIE—AND ATACTFUL EXIT! I HIRED YOU TO FIX LIP MY NEW " ) VERY WELL.! H0U5E.CAME0-AND I'D APPRECIATE/WITH THAT ITIF YOU'D FINISH THE JOB!— /UNDERSTANDING, AN' I PRGMI5E IT'LL BE STRICTLY /I'LL CONTINUE! A BUSINESS DEAL.' -<si is m HELLO,COUSIN CAMEOl^'OHj"...! DIDNT NOTICE YOU- HAD , COMPANY!, MY COUSIN PIPPA LIVES WITH U5. MR. STOVERS WELL", NOW, YOUNG LADY! WEARIN'THAT PONY TAIL DON'T MAKE YOU A PACKHORSE!— ALLOW ME! MAY3E THATS ALL HE IS TO YOU! --BUT I 5URE WI5H HE'D T LO0K.AT ME THE WAY HE WAS LOOKING] AT YOU WHEN L <s f \- GOT OUT OF THE CAB! J (/ I WHAT ON EARTH IS THE ^GREETINGS FROM '|DEA,CLARA?TH1S PtACE/ 0U R BEST-HEELED LOOKS LIKE A NEWLY < CLIENT.BOSS! OPENED SUPER-MARKET! I GET THEM OUT! 5END THEM H DON'T BLAME YOU FOR TO THE HOSPITAL,OR L -^BEING 50RE;CAME0; IF 50METHING! __^> A',RL5T0VER WANTS T05END) PRE5ENT5,HE5HOULD MAKE IT A FIVE POUND BOX OF ASSORTED MONEY: BY THE WAY. THI5 NOTE CAME. WITH THE POSIES! I OPENED IT, NATURALLY, r ALONG WITH THE AVJRNING A\AIL !

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