Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 9, 1960 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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SUNDAY.-.OCTQBER 9,1960. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOClANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOKT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-ONE RIP KIRBY KERRY DRAKE 'JL/ HERB'S SKMO-, FATHER. WE CAM SAY GOOD NI5HT TO HIM... 'CHKKH6 OUT HERSTCRy SHOULPNT, THE GIRL SOONPEP ff/HM/..'TH£. LITTLE REALLY'EXCITEP, KERRY.' i"TAKE YOU AN HOUR/ THE CHIEF SAY5..' CAN'T MEET TRULY SAY NOTXIMt? ABOUT THIS TO ANYONE. I-SO BACK 1 TO YOUR WIRELESS. MEANWHILE/AS'.TRULY. DRESSES FDR -FOR. TRULY/;-. MIGHT ASWELLSnCKJTIN MY HIP REX MORGAN WELL, HOW DO-.VOU-IJKE THAT LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE CYST OR I RERJSETO -LET BRUTALITY AMD DR'BOUNS TELLS ME .THERE APPEARS TOBESROWTHON I SWERFORTCHJ THE NEW CULTURES/^ TCWORROW/ MISS LAKE/ WE ShOULd /) WORKIN6 HERE j IS WpNDERFU HAVE AN Atf-^ AT CITY J^TO WORK FOR. HOSPITAL? VIOLENCE/ . ^ CARTOON SHOW PRIVATE. EVE," MRS. BUZ SAWYER STRICTLY BUSINESS THIRt: \(«ORe CREEK SMOKE/ war — ^ i/ UDDENLYFKOM KMEATH THE • OCEAN' BXPLOPE A MONSTROUS' BUBBLf WATER, OUTOF^HICH ERUPTS.THE NOSF OF THE WHITF, StBWINfi FOURl?.. />\BOARP THE OBSERVATIOU ISLANP, *" 1,000'YARDS FROM THE SUBMERSED . POLARIS SUB, FATRICK HENRY. First person singular! A Bailey's SMI rates you man of good taste and judgement. MARY WORTH PROMISE ME YOU'LL WORK HARD-AND 6ET PROMOTED •FA5T!»-YOU'LL NEED A GOOD^INCO«E:TO JUPPORT A FAMILY, KIP 1 I'M GtAD WAUY AND BUTTON AREN'T ••I'D LtKE'TQ SIT DOWN QUIETLY AHDTRT :; TO THINK OUT. PAN'S PROS- HEARD? IriMRiDf -THEM YOU'KNOW IM } MPfy^" TAKING THEv JOB,WTIH /iTO 5TAY' CUITON WARE;-..-I'LL ' IA AT LEA6T BE 5UPPOKT1NS- YOB GET BACK! "Hi, Eloise. Can you postpone the hamburger roast from 6:30^0,7:30? I have to eat dinnerjat 6:3OI" I'm glad ie's an after-dinner speaker—I couldn't take Mm on an empty stomach!" GRIN AND BEAR IT STRICTLY RICHTER LI'L ABNER GITMEOUT, PANSY.T-TOMORKY. JHE^S SHIPPIN' THISVASE AW'ITS -TO.SEALUSINA TOMBFO'lOO OUTA7HAR, SAFEL^EFAfi: 1 HARA BREAK EVR/ BONE1N THIS IS MHQOMIH!' V SURVIVE IIT/T LENDAHANP, OH, SWAMI-WILL. YOU SHOW US SOME MAGIC TOPAY ? NO— BUSY V^RITINC? MY LIFE LET'S VISIT- THE -SWAMI ' ' TODAY "What's all this nonsense about the army being a young man's game? Give me an' o W soldier who knows his business over one of your'young recruits, any day!" DOTTY DRIPPLE IS IT ANOTHER ONE \PLEAS^ WOOF THOSE- SLAM-BANGA HOW COULD NOISY, RIDICULOUS ^-X, VOU ASK . BOP TUNES?' r—^ / SUCH A GRANDMA "You- and>-your ideas—^bringing fireworks, to im' '' -.'. press them ..;!" 'Sorry I'm Jate-for our -weeding, dear. I rushed, right over from, the theater kni.didn't have time to „ ^." -,-', change my inake-ujj.'?"'

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