The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 19, 1958 · Page 13
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 13

Austin, Minnesota
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Friday, December 19, 1958
Page 13
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ANNTI AfiNtt CANVtJN.TWB COLLOWINd APPSARSP .IN A LOCAL NEWSPAPER. COLUMN... ueirr.cou CANYON REPORTING AS ORDBfcE SI CANYON HA»HAP HI* UTEUV, MAPB A R6AU-L/FE COMB' BACK 1&PAY WHEN HE R65CUEP AN AldPOBCB CCU CANYON WHO WA* WINfl-WAUCINS ON A PRIVATE PLANE PILOTED T1MB MOVI6 STUNT , . IN OOS6 6NOUOH FOI* CANYON TO W80P INTO HIS PLANES EMPTY BEAR SEAT, WHEN ,TH6 COLONEL KCAMB 6NTAN<SLH> UNMSf TNB PM6UGB OP HIS OWN CRAFT,* MARY WORTH STEP THAT COULD RUIN HER LIFE! SHE HAS IN HER, POSSESSION AN AIRLINE SCHEDULE WITH TODAY'S 4:10 FLIGHT MARKED -AND BUDDY DELAVOCA'5 HOLLYWOOD* PHONE NUMBER! LEAVE TH6 MATTER IN MY HAND5.MR5.WORTH!- ARE'"STRONG HANDS f PRISCIllA'S POP-By Al V«rmMr OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With Major Hoopl. f A PRESENT FOR [MOTHER? WHAT TYPE I PERSON IS SHE? Gift, Counselor OH, SHE'S THE NICEST IN ALL THE WORLD AND KIND AND I WOULDN'T TRADE HER FOR ANYBODY YOU NEEDN'T •BUY HER JUST »—^ <&O WOMB AND TELL HER WHAT YOU TOLD lOOPLB'S THe-KAMe"^^ V1A30R AIV\OS 6ARNA8V AV ACTIVITIES |M , ?EHALFOFANEEt>V FAMILY HAME- PRECLUDED-* NBVER MIMD TM& WIMD-OR SN& /v\& fH& PITCH/I GET /WORE CUACKE-D / POTS IN HERE THAM A CWIMA t SHOP'S REPAIR DEPA^T/UEMT/ KI6HT NOW THE OMLV lMMEr>iTlO I'M IMTER&STED 11*4 16 A CHAIR THAT VJlLL CATAPULT LOOMlES OUT MV WINDOW/ SUT TLL SlVE VOL) 60 SECONDS BEFORE i PUSH A 0UTTOM THAT \MILL t>ROPA MET OVERVOUR HEAD/ la ^R^JSfeKS'i •.RECOVER. HI5 SPEECH» CARNIVAL-By Dick Turner OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Wllllamt / 1 TDLP HIM f 19 EXPLAIN V mo you —/ BUT NO I ME JU5T- HIM \ /I AIM I IT! y-/ s^ WAKlTEP'lDU TO SEE THIS FOR WURSELF." LOOKIT ] THAT PEFECT IN THIS FORSlW- LITTLE MORE THIS WAY. THERE/ OLP O»M ALWAYS) RESEMTEP THEM GUYS BEIM' MAPI FOREMEN OVER. HIM AMP THAT* JUST OKIE WAV OF SHOWIM' HIS CONTEMPT FOR 'EM-HE POES HIS OWN KREMAKIINA/ NOMIP&LEMEM M.OK Q Wl >]> HIA SinlM. Int.. TIZZY-By Kate Oiann "Do you have • sympathy card for a girl who$e telephone is out of order?" Want Ads Have Bargains Wrig!e/$ Spearmint Cum Is a perfect little Christmas gift for those who do welcome little services for you. Popular—inexpensive. NOTE: Wrlgle/s Spearmint comes In bright Christmas colors- red and green on white. Good Buys! The only thing being raised on e lot of the land this day* is taxes. I'm through with the paper now, Daddy!" Lots of people find out too late that it's foolish to work yourself _________„ „_—«—.__ to death to live better. IT PAYS TO RIAP THI CLASSIFIED ADS .^"T Samoa coasisu of six Ulandi aouthwest of Hawaii. We always hate to see a person be unkind to dumb animals. How dumb can people be? There have been some design changes in the 1958 cars—because of careless driving. The sun is 86f 392 miles in diameter. The tafch U 7,918 mile*. AUSTIN (Mtrm.) HtftMB fttday, tot, ft 1»t f SHORT RIB? WSEtf* REPULSIVE. <C THAR'S THI TOODICS OH/ MWHAT'd MONfiy POft?T BUT IT OOBSNf TBX-^% eVBRV HOUR |T 1 ALWAYS BUV US youVe Jk PLOWS INTOMV SP6NT50 BACKyARD -<k WA^^T— VNFOR- MUCH WHAT COULD VOU THAT VOU "' REALLY WANT? IN TH6 FAMILY WU (TREADS tlKETMB KX? MISS GRUNOV/ THE WHOLE CLASS IS CHIPPING A X OW.NO/ CHRISTMAS JTHE PRINCIPAL PRESENT? / WOULONT ALLOW JUST TAKING UP A COLLECTIONS A LITTLE SHORT ON HER INCOME TAX/ you «V»XNT A DOLLAR TO TAKE TO JUDD SAXON-By Ken Bald and Jerry Brondfield AU OFFICIAL VISIT, I ASSUME. THEREFORE I CAN'T REFUSE. NINE O'CLOCK, THEN... HOPE YOU HAVEN'T HAD TO CHANSB ANY PLANS TONISHT IPO HAVE WORK COME IN, MR.SAXON. WHAT IS IT NOW, I IDEA ON MR. <f WHYM SAXON*. ._ IT/ PR. LUCAS, AT THE RISK Of BEING ANNOYING-, Z MUST TALK TO you TONIGHT. OP CHANGE- 1 IS 1 THIS SURE A SWITCH ROM YOUR WHITE LAB COAT, MORTY MEEKLE YOU AREN'T LIKE MOST MOPERN GIRLS, JILL XXJ HAVE ALL OF THE VIRTUE6 THAT MOST GIRL5 PONt HAVE ANV MORE.NOWADAY6 ALLEY OOP YOU'RE A OLD FASHIONED GIRL/ JACOBY'S BRIDGE I 87 OSWALD MOOBT Wrtttra for'NBA ferric* Yettwdsy* hand reminded me of one played by the tete Joseph Ooahn of Wooeter, O.. come 35 yews back. Hto partner, John I*w. put Joe In •U sptdes and Weit wai kind enough to double. Joe decided that the double Indicated all five trumps and proceeded to make West eat all but one of them. He started proceedings by cashing all the side suit aces and kings, winding up in dummy. He ruffed a heart email and when West had to follow to that trick Joe was home. Re trumped a diamond In dummy, led'* fourth heart and ruffed with the ace of trumps. By this time West Was down to his five trumps and had to play one of them on Joe's ace. Now Joe led another diamond and West chose to ruff with the lack. Joe overtrumped with dummy's king, led ' THE mi \THE REST OF THE TIM& .MACHINE IS MADE UP DISMANTLE ALL ^ OF STUFF WE CAN EQUIPMENT / PKX UP ANYWHERE HOW FAR IS ITALY/" OH FROM /TPSAY ABOUT 6000 MILES HOETB 4KIT4 VAK9M *>AK • 05 WIST BAST 4QJI61 4Non* V.QJ10 «>Q»7* If 00tTB(D) A A10 51 V84 + 108SI *AKt If 6 MM vulnerable WH Nortk KM* Pan <4 Doubte Pan WASH TUBBS dummy's last heart and ruffed with bis ten spot. West won this trick with his queen, out had to let dummy make the last two tricks with -the nine and seven. For Larger Sizes PRINTED PATTERN 1 KNOW. BUT TUB STATB DNtVEKSfTy LOSING A DIRECTOR IN THEIR BUT WUR MOTHER MKy NOT BE HAPPV CM THE FARM VERY LON6 EU.CWI WEBBER HA5 WltUEWCB THERE. HB SAV5 WOTHER C^N SET THAT JOB NEXT FALL 1 . THE HEAP OP THBDBPARTWEKJr KNE WHEN 6HB WA5 A SUCCES THS THENTKB 6NEU.1 THEMYOUIL BE IN SCHOOL THERB, CAPTAM EA5V5 CMCT9 JAKBUSTOTHETRMKIl BUGS BUNNY BUGS SEEMS TO ,HA/E A MOST LUCRATIVE BUSINESS I WOULD YOU CONSIDER) TAtCINQ ON A FRECKLES OH,^AlSS BUJO6EON / POP STUMPLE HAS HUMS SOWE M/SHETOE IN THE HALL/ HE SHOULD BE ASHAMED—TRYIM6 TO ENCOURAGE. -v KISSING I 6UfSS TDU CANT CALL TMAT ENCOURt&ZMEHT, AFTFR ALL/ &ttl«ne<l ««>««i»Uy for 501 M to . in print or pl*lo cotton «ptc«a vitn oontnst. Tomorrow's p»tt«ro: «g»- •a • di«M. Prtated Pattera 4T74: WOOMB'C 8i (34, 38): Medium T«. 4»i 48); «*tr» Urg« (O, PrLa »!» ukw 3 y»ixJ» M-lnctitotalo. jt«d dinoUoas on *«cb Suitf, Sjoount* • fit« Mob ia ooiat i 10 ^'«'v

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