Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 23, 1960 · Page 44
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 44

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PAGE TWENTY OUT OUR WAY THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE »nd LOGANSPORT PBESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1J, 1M*. By J. R. Williams ' VEH,. VDU GOT TH' RIGHT MUMBER.' \ ^ SHUT UP' TH\S\S THE FREE EMPLOYMENT (V IASKEP BLJREA-U--OUR FREE SERVICE WILL \ $ FORMOTHER,' BE RI6KTOVER.'SHE'S A LITTLE LATE, I S YOU FLAWWEL- ' ,• T' PAX CUZ SHE HAPR4, SHOW ME ' I 4 MOUTH'VOL) WHERE TH'COLP HAM AW STUFF IS> J? CALLMOTHEK SOI-WELL,DOW'TTOUCHyoL)R :V 4_ TOTHAT 5IWK FULL OF PIR.TY PISHES; ER'J ^7 PHONE''-- , BATHE TH'BABV—PON'TPO MOTHIW 1 .' SHE'LL BE RIGHT OVER WITH A HULL MEAL, AM'— r ?\ m m W WHV MOTHERS SET <SRAY . . • aR.vuiLLIA(/!5 IO-IH They'll Do It Every Time •.»•—-.. ; By Jimmy Hatlo POOR TREMBLECHIN«BIGDOME,TUE BOSS, R^AGLED HIM OUT OF UlSTWO TICKETS FDR THE SELL-OUT GAME- / HENRY— THOSE TICKETS YOU HAVE FOR THE STATE-TECH GAME TOMORROW v I'D LIKE TO GIVE A ' THEM TO MISTER OORONA--<)UR BEST CLIENT—X'O CERTAtNCV APPRECIATE TT- , UH—SURE, ^ BOSS-GLAD TO N HEl_POOTTHE-< FIRM-GOOD PUBLIC RELATIONS-THEyRE NOT TEl-EVIjSIN& m ARE THEY?Z'i-L LISTEN-TO IT ON THE RADIO /: I SAW THE SAME SATURDAY" IT WAS SWELL—j THAT Bl& SHOT ,) CORONA DON'T -1 LIKE FOOTBALL-| HE GAVE ME TWO TICKETS- COMES rr MONDAY AND HENRY FINOS OUT WHAT. HAPPENED TO THE DUCATS-^/?-/?.' i/A?6£ TO KILL!) 5) 1360. KJny Fmturae S sis? OUR BOARDING HOUSE WiHi Major Hooplt HEREO/OU WON VOUR-gET, BUT ATtMESBPRlC5S COULD AT LEAST EXPLA\M TO'YOURTEAM STEVE CANYON 8y. Milton Caniff YOU KNOW HOW"THE HSAPUNES SUCCESSFULLY Wfi PESULTINS FB3MA PISTBACTCP ATTEN- NUttEAR EXPUKION TION PUEINS THE ON JAPANESE SOIL U.S.CONVENTION^ WILL PUT WHICHEVER. PARTY THAT WINS IN A BAP LISHT. 1 <& ESPECIALLY IN ^FIRST wsSTEAL; THE EYES OF THE A SMALL BOAT SMALL COUNTRIES WHICH IS OBVIOUS' OF THE WORLP! LY AMERICAN.' -SO WESTART TD ^ -THEN... WORK SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neal /^ORE \ ^^- , / IS A LOT V xf> ' i I OF RED L7o 0 J^ S / -Tic?c -r/-. V- rt v\_ ? BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker OKAY.' X eUESS I'U_ HAVE TO USB FORCE.* HENRY By Carl Anderson MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli T DON'T BELIEVE VOUVE MET MY COLX5IN, < YOUR ACQUAINTANCE WINTHfSOR <5POn_E'5<S HA^ A GERM COMPLEX. IO-2 V o i» kr K*. he. T.K. •_. uj. PM. ALLEY OOP BjV.T. Hamlin ...NOW GET THAT/I SWEAR I AW.IOU NOJN OUTA MV DONTKNW WHAVS GOIh4G ON f WOULDN'T \ RIBS 'FORE I \.WHYT LET HERE? WHO'S THIS: \ KNOW IF. I I JAM IT DOWN V'lOU LIVE.. DOC WONMUG-'iaj'REV .TOLDJUH.. / HOUR THROAT.' HOLLERING FOR? ..AND STAY •/ WHY SHOULD I? AWAY FROM I I DUG IT UP! IT THAT NOGGET\ BELONGS TO ME BLONDIE By Chic Young THATS THE KINO OF GUV WHO TAKES ALL THE FUN OUTOFRIOINS IN AM ELEVATOR DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney MANDRAKE By Lee Folk and Phil Davis •VOOVE WORKEP TDO HARP WITH If today is your birthday and no one remembered, buy yourself a Bailey's STETSON. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner THE SKI WHO -EFT THIS CLIWIC SO 500M AFTER I WOUOHT HER IN, >0 VOU RECALL STILL DUNNOJOH, OH! IT* THAT MAN ASAIM WAITIW4 HER NAME. (FOR 50«UONE n ,MAVEE MC< MIT HOW BUT SHS'S V PIP HE PICK UP MV TRAIU AND WHY.. GOT TO CO«B\ UNLESS HE » WITH IN OR OUT SOMETIME! POGO By Walt Kelly *uf tv<jy ..._ _. . .-A&HOWUAN' OUR 4AMC , OWb'5 TWO " " ' cANeiewtfW fttS&tNTW. T fH *V W'** cAN0i«f« ft/sp'tHt youNflur •YUM- HIWON NVWAT-'UUVS* ftU-Oi,' OW1.? SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT

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