Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 13, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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Sunday, May 13, 1962
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SUNDAY, MAY 13, 19G2 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPOKT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-ONE RIP KIRBY WE'RE ALL • <SO\t4& TO BE TERRIBtr PISAPPOINTEP IF SHE. WON'T 'EVEN SPEAK TO ME... / YOU HAYB BEEN / cSIVEN THE CABlM I ADJOIN INS THAT OF \ OUR MYSTERY &IKL RIP. AMP THE PECK CHAIR NEXT TO HERS, X SUPPOSE... THIS WILL BE HERE WHEN I NEEP IT. OH, I. HOPE IT'S THI6-TIME/ FRECKLES YOU GOT MY LUNCH \ YES, PACKEP YET, MOM? / LARD/ ITS THE ONLY WAY I CAN AFFORD To HAVE HIM DATE MY DAUGHTER. ( PC RRY DRAKE FOUR PUPILS OF ONE INSTRUCTOR, POLKA POTTS, HAVE BEEN ROBBED RECENTLY/ SHE COULD BE ; SETTING- THE DO'PE ON GOOD PROSPECTS... .. AND PASSING IT ON TO MOBSTERS, JOHNNY? WE'LL CHECK EVER/ *^T X WANT HIM AT DIAMOND IMPORTER- ) HEADQUARTERS UNTIL,WE FIND A SALESMAN NAMEC" JOHANNES KIMBERLV.. SERGfANT 'DRAKE.' WAVBE I HAVE THE ANSWER TO TSIAT PANCE SCHOOL MYSTERY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE REX MORGAN THAT'S WONDERFUL NEW5...YOUR OETTIN& MARRIE.D/HAVE YOU S£T A DATE* JUNE/I'LL STOP,THERE BEFORE. I COME TO THE OFFICE/ IN TWO WE.EK5, MELISSA/-THEN-WE PLAN A WORLD CRUISE/ IT SHOULD BE A WONDERFUL HONEYMOON/ I'LL WE GOOD CARE OF SU5IE WHILE YOU'RE, GONE/ j—. !-^BUT WE PLAN RIDICULOUS/ WHO EVER N HEARD OF TAKING A CHILD j ON A HONEYMOON? TIZZY "Anybody taking care of those Drlscoll kids for an evening ought to be entitled to the N'obei Peace Prize!" GRIN AND BEAR IT * Don't fall asleep or turn your back on him! ..And good luck." MR. BREGER "Now that they've both said 'I do', I'll give you ten to one it's the last time they agree . . ." THE FLINTSTONES I KNOW 3U$T THE . THIN&... IT'S THE VEKV LATEST IN . ...IT'S SHARK ...LET'S SErE....WE'VE TRIEC? THE J.EOPARP SKIN ANP 1 THE GAPER «KIN.... MARY WORTH NOT BEINfi ADDICTED TO TELEVISION WATCHIN6.W FEELING TOWARD YOU \i , —-QUITE NEUTRAL! \ THEN PERHAPS YOU'LL NOT BE \ OFFENDED IF I OFFER YOU A JOB? PERHAPS INTRODUCE RAEBURNi I 5HOULD MYSELF?..- JANICE I OWN AND you PROBABLY HATE IT WEREN'T FOR M ; FAVORfft PROfiRAM WOULDNT BE CONTIHU- ALLY INTERRUPTED SY FROM OUR LI'LABNER .._ISTAKIN'OVER,ON ^ {'^SSL^'r^^^^ ( KINI AH SHOOT THET ACCOUNT WE'RE ^RE NEAREST\SHOOT HIM, PAPPV ?-AH V V °LE LADV, PAPPV ? AN'DEAREST O'KIN/r. ^~~ ^t LOVES TH'WAV THEV EOUMCES.':'' ) OLE UADV, FO' SECH A LONG AVJ-'SW ~ -^ ^H»TW !M"J^, TIME/7' NANCY NANCY— I'M • WAITING FOR YOU' YOU SAID YOU'D COME OVER TO SHOW ME YOUR NEW TOY AIRPLANE I CAN'T COME TODAY / MY PLANE AND I \ HAVE BEEN GROUNDED | V BECAUSE OF A / A^ CRASH LANDING STRICTLY BUSINESS "He may be our most willing worker, but I say he's a bottleneck!" STRICTLY RICHTER s-iz Dad, pleaseJ" CUTIES "Why don't you try green for a change? That's the only color you haven't dyed it." DOTTY DRIPPLE LET'S SEE- IT JOAJvl •? SHIRUEV ? POREEN ? BEVERLY P-- BUZ SAWYER , AH,Hfl,' HEREITIS/HER(MM.''...INTHE I FALSE BOTTOM OF THIS CHESS SET CABINET I WHICH CHIN •AMD CHARLIE TURNEP OVER TO MRS. SAwye*. CHARGE THEM WITH ILLEGAL \ POSSESSION/WD DISTRIBUTtOH ) ANP THAT, CHARLIE-BOY, 7AYSYOU BACK FORTHftT SHOTOFHEROIH YOU GAVE ME.

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