Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 16, 1962 · Page 25
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 25

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Wednesday Evening, May 16, 1962 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-Fiv» RIP KIRBY THE LOVELY TASHIA HAPPY TO MEET EVERYONE BUT ME.<t 7HEH A UTTLE LATER. \ T. V\V NOT. -:...-J-* m .-.'ii n . ' WANT TO BELIEVE IT, BUT I HAVE ELIMINATE? All OTHERS ON THE PASSENGER ' LIST. THIS RIP KIRBY IS MY LAST CHANCE... I'VE SEEN SOME A EMPTY PECK CHAIRS, ' BUT THIS ONE SHE RENTEP IS , RIPIOILOUS.. FRECKLES WELL, NOBODY WILL. COMPLMN WAY OUT HERE.' : " C <?RY DRAKE WHEN THEY STICK ME (JP^ WHAT STARTLING TUESPAY AT TIFFCART'S, M SECRET IS CONCEALED IM THIS INNOCENT- LOOKINS PIECE OF VERY •*-< THE BEST BANDIT- EFFKTIVE 1 BAFFLER WE'VE EVER SIMMICK.V DEVELOPER, SST. DRAKE.' JUST A MINUTE, COLT. I'LL RELEASE YOU AND RESET THE TRAP/ IT'LL BE INTERESTING TO SEE THEIR FACES... ESPECIALLY IP THEY TRY TO ESCAPE BY OAR.' .' I FEEL AS IF I'D GRABBED' A TI6ER BY THE TAIL, AAR. KIMBERLY. REX MORGAN TAKING CARE OF A HOUSE ^W PERHAPS AND TWO SMALLCHILDREN ¥ I.5HOULD IS VERY EXHAUSTING, LARRY/i. SEE HER I TELL YOU, SHE'S JUST RUN DOWN/ BUT ELSA HAS NOT BEEN OVERWORKING ..AND SHE HAS BEEN ON VITAMINS/^/ ALL «Y DAUGHTER 7, NEEDS IS A FEW VITAMINS AND A GOOD REST, DOCTOR/ TIZZY "I know her make-up secret. She does her hair with .an eggbeater!" GRIN AND BEAR IT •**v&» . ..„ "Setter count your change, fioscoe/... You fcnow very well that the Russian educational system concentrates on mathematics!" MR. BREGER 5-16 "He got away, Sarge, but don't worry—he'll be EASY to spot . . ." THE FLINTSTONES CHECK / NOW I W/iNT HACT." MARY WORTH I HAVE NOTHINfi AGAINST - D o YOU WANT MARRIAGE'"THOUGH I'VE NEVER THE JOB? BEEN TEMPTED TO TRY IT--BUT ' I'M TIRED OF REPLACING GIRL5 WHO 5UCCUM& TO ITS DUBIOUS APPEAL'"FOUR. IN THE PA5T SIX MONTHS 1 GOOD! IF. 6RETCHEN CAN- GET HER MIND OFF OF TONIGHT'S BRIDAL SHOWER, SHE WILL EXPLAIN YOUR. DUTIES •••AND PROBABLY WARN YOU THAT NEW BOSS 15 A. SPITEFUL, MONEY-MAO OLD MAID! YOU SEE THAT CHAIR WHERE ' VI MY RECEPTIONIST IS SITTING, MRS. WORTHf IT 15 ACTUALLY A PAD FOR LAUNCHING MI56UIDED MISSES INTO THE ORBIT OF MATRIMONY! LI'LABNER THAR MUST BE \ »*•'•'- MIGHT N I MMK rnW» I DE. \ nc; A-p -TVJ AT ^<— SOME WAV MAH / E>&/ATTHAT. r . r — ^JV^J|Y| t- YV^-\ 7 l"!/-sn / A I 1(1 1 /*"• 1^. /C LI I hid BABVKIM rYfAttF^WBE' EARN) HIS r\ AAPTV-TUDE. CMILE.'.'-PERTENDAI-I IS A NICE OLE LADY YO'lS VISITIM'.'r MAH LIFE- SAVIN'S IS IN THET COOKIE. N HOWVO^D ME ^ 6ASP//-THE.VSTESTIN H IM ON H IS APT Y-TUDE STEAL MAH LIFE SAVIN'S WIFOUT ME KNOWN'IT.'. FO'BEIN'ALI'L NANCY THAT'S MV NE^ANT COLONY VERY CUTS, RQLLO — WHAT DO YOU FEED THEM? STRICTLY BUSINESS "You feel we've been working you 'like a horse', Argyle?" STRICTLY RICHTER "What a library! No wonder you squint!" CUTIES "We're "planting our corn, beans and greens • together this year. We're raising succotash." DOTTY DRIPPLE SORRY, POTTY—) M EHJT WE- CAMT AFFORP TO HORACE,«» VOU'l? BUY ME A SEWING MACHIWE I'P MAiiE AW OWN CLOTHES AM? SAV A LOT '0(= MONEY/ MONEY RIGHT NOW/ BUZ SAWYER 600PBYE, SAWYER-ANPI KH.es • \ HOPE YOU'RE AS fiOOD fltJ HOW DOES ITFEEL, ANSEL,TOBE V""" CARRYIMS *100,000 WORTH OF ITAU.SEEAWSO SIMPLE, W PON'TRUB ITIM, WHY MEM HAVE SO MANY DIFFICULTIES. ASYOUWERtTINHONfi-MONS, WHY MOT?

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