Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 11, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

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rwelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, May 11, RIPKIRBY YOU'VE THOUSHT OF \/ 3MUSSLIM6- IM CONNECTION / ban • WITH THIS 'AGENTS HAVE NEVER KXJNP CONTRABAND SHE SEEMS COMPLETELY AT EASE ANP VERY WEALTHY." THE MONEY \S ALMOST 6ONE, ANN, •PEAR; THIS TRIP I MUST DISCOVER DRAKE AffX'I GOTTA SO.' X^ AND, IN THE NEXT CLASSROOM- f JUST THE EXACT TIME 'Hi or: t A-rts TV* \ur\oi? \ ••I.^^^^M film irr n rr rr TI i 11 in SHE JUST SETS FOUR OF POLKA'S DANCE -t-MORE SLIYS WITH PUPILS HAVE BEEN ROBBED ) , DOUGH THAN RECENTLY?.. HOW COME, KAY? IS THE MINX A JINX" I'LL BE LATE TO WORK AT THE SUPER-MARKET.' AND PIACE OF THAT DIAMOND DELIVERY, "DAINTY'/... FRECKLES REX MORGAN ME OMCE IVE FOUNP MV PLACE THE WORLD/ GOSH, PAISY, I'LL BET SOMEDAY YOUR. PAP WILL LIKE ME/ I DONT KNOW, MI55...BUT SHE'S IT'S GOTTEN TO A POINT WHERE I'M AFRAID TO DO YOU FEEL THAT THERE'S SOMETHING MENTALLY WRONG WITH HER- I DOK'T LIKE TO "V'jf WHY DON'T YOU ADMIT IT...BUT THAT'S V 6 &IVE ME YOUR. ^3 WHAT I'M BEGINNING / NAME. AND ADDRESS 1 ; WHY WON'T YOUR WlfETT / BEEN ACTING VERY LEAVE HER ALONE/1 HL ASK DR. MORGAN TO STOP BY THIS MORNING/ STAYING WITH HER NOW/ TIZZY "Arnold does a marvelous twist, but I guess that's, because he's nervous anyhow!" GRIN AND BEAR IT S'H THE FLINTSTONES I CANT ME, NEITHER.. -see , THAT/ \ WILL. NEVER CATCH ON/ MARY WORTH GOOD AFTERNOON.'! MO, HaDHJP WHEN HOPE I HAVENT ALARWED YOU •• • BY STALKING ./ DEER? NOT FRIGHTENED UCLN. SHE LOOKS HIGHLY RKPECTABLE-.-BUT WHY 'A SHE FOLLOWING ME.?...I'M GOING 705TOP!—THEN SHE'LL EITHER. HAVE TO PA55 OR EXPLAIN HER BEHAVIOR.! DO YOU HAVE ANY 5TRONS FEELIN6 OF HOSTILITY TOWARD TELEVISION] COMMERCIALS? LI'LABNER NO REASON FO' A UUICY YOUNG BIDDER LIKEVO'TOFEEL , LONESOME—, Your /nsurs.ice doesn't cover ALL we hospital bills, dear! ... ft icwt orovides enough to oive you the w/7/ io //ve.'" MR. BREGER "The salad dressing is from a secret recipe that's been, in his family for generations ..." WHUFFO' ISMD'WEEPIN*? THASS TH' FINEST STATCHOO IN DOGPATCH. EV'RV TIMEVO' LOOKS AT IT VO'OUGHTA FEEL PROUD. 1 . 1 , SOME.'.' EV'RyTHIWGAHT NOT WIF- OWN IS YORES, j OUT OUR EFYO'LL __-^ PER- HAVE J ( MISSION. 1 :' j ME/T T v — -^ < NANCY WHERE DID you IT AT A GET ITS/ CHARITV -/ BAZAAR / I WONDER \ I WHV IT ISN'T V PLAYING/ > 7 j*.^ ^^^ IT MUST OUT OF ORDER BUT 1 PLUGGED IT IN RIGHT STRICTLY BUSINESS "That's not what I meant when I said to keep that deal under your hat, Argyle!" STRICTLY RICHTER '%^)v«^f '^f?^v*» j *^°w'xw^s*y''^y!g«is* <• '• -V" I 5-11 _ © BK Fotera Synllate, Int. 196S. Wort! rtslte "I defy YOU to eat Chinese noodles without crunching!" CUTIES 5-11 '-' •'.-; ''- i ,-X"-* >*. 7 ( I \ "Does TEAT answer'your question?" DOTTY DRIPPLE '&/ &X60/ BUZ SAWYER \

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