Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1962 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

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Twelve Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, May 18, RIPKIRBY YOU PANCE BEAUTIFULLY RIP. THANK YOU, TASHIA. I ALWAYS FELT THAT'IF > THE FOX TROT WERE REVIVE? A COMEBACK. PIPN'T THE POET. BESIN, 'THE MOON IS EVERYWHERE ON THE MIPNI6HT SEA.. ."ACROSS THE WOKLE JOININS YOU /V,E... YOU KNOW IT. SOMEHOW, I KNEW YOU WOULP, BUT HOPEP THAT YOU WOULDN'T... FRECKLES SEE YOU DO :~\ NO, ITS NOT THAT LIKE.HIM THEM/ ITS JUST THATTME: LIST- is SETTING TOO'-LQNG RDR. ME To MEMORIZE/ DAP, COULP TDU HOMESTCi' TELLAAE ALLOFTHE^, '—'No PEASOMS YOU POMT j DAISY, LIKE BAZOO? ,1/COULDNT" «" : RRY DRAKE EANWHILE, AT THE CWNCE SCHOOL-. STOP BKEAff/NG M MY FAC£.' REPORTING FOR DUTY, S6T. .DRAKE.' THE OTHER BOYS ARE'OUTSIDE, READY TO TAKE BATTLE STATIONS.' .POLICE HEADQUARTERS, ON. THE MORNING- OF D-CWFOR THE DIAMOND ROBBERY- STOP WORRYING, POLKA.' ^XTG> JUST «E THE KEY MAN -0(1 THIS CAPER \ IF you EVER IS FROM OUTCF TOWN.'NOT A /SOT SENT UP, CHANCE OF THE! COPS CON- A CVXRUNG/ NECTIMS HIM WITH ME/ REX MORGAN HERE, WHY DON'T YOU TAKE THIS. CHAIR? GO BACK INTO THE \ BEDROOM, ELSA/WE V? CAN JUST SIT OUT r WON'T YOU TEUME TTALKTOTHfc J)OW YOU'RE FEELING'lpOCTOR, EL5/4/./ TIZZY "Your children were very co-operative, after 1 faked a call to the oolice!" GRIN AND BEAR IT "Now, now, dear.'... WeVe been sending Junior to camp every summer for years!.,. This time we don't hweio pay!. .." THE FLINTSTONES IT'S HOT OUR B4UIT, MR. FU HE W/A5 WATCHINS U5 VO THE MARY WORTH I ORDERED LUNCH 5tNT IN, MRS. WORTH-SO WE COULD DI5CU5S YOUR JOB WHILE WE. tAT! I SUPPOSE GRETCHEN WARNED YOU THAT YOa'LL BE WORMNfi FOR A FEMALE CAPTWN BLIGH WITH ULCERS! SHE SEEMS TO 1 (rft A MATTER1 FEEL .VDU DRIVE *~\of CHOOSING, j WUR4ELF TOO HARD,) MRS.WORTH! / MISS RAEBURN! A 7 I COULD HAVE BEEN A SLAVE ,TO AN UNAPPR.ECIATIVE. MAN THESE 18 YEARS!... 1 CHOSE. TO BE, SLAVE TO AN EXCITING, .REWARDING CAREER.- AND I. HAVE NO RE6R£T5,THANlLYOU! LI'LABNER LOOK.'. 1 -TH' COOKIE JAR,WIF MORE-LIFE SAVIN'S IN IT —IS A-TEETERIN'.'/ NANCY r KNOW youR COSTUME. SEEMS' APPROPRIATE — BUT THIS . ISN'T A COSTUME PART/ PUBLIC- SCHOOL 7 JUKI OR HOP STRICTLY BUSINESS "I don't have executive ability? Who's President of the Bowling League, Chairman of .the Office Party and Manager of the Softball Team?" STRICTLY RICHTER •', 5-10- " • D Kinu Fcjtiurm Synilicittp. lie., UKiZ, Worlil "Business conference, dear—these young la/dies are from the office." MR. ISREGER CUTIES 5-IB' "Hdlo—Bird Watchers Society? . . ." J wouldnt bother being psychoanalyzed just bei cause you feel you're coming apart. 3 All you need is a new girdle." DOTTY DRIPPLE BUZSAWYER SPLENDID J OF COURSE, WE PQ NOT KL40WVMO Will CONTACT YOU ORWHEN VES, SAWDER-SAM VOU'gE 1 TIMES POLICE OFFICER? •ntSRSWILUJETHREEOFUSHERe/iTAt. IS IN RE6ARP W HERE ITIS. MTHi FALSE TO HEROIK vou m. Bono/w OKTHIS CHESS- BRINS FRONV Ik SET CABINET. HONG-KONS. AWVI SEE PLEASE; ONE POSING /IS A GARPENEft. TWO AS (JOUSEEOY5. TO MAKti tJ, ARREST

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