Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 20, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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Sunday, May 20, 1962
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SUNDAY, MAY 20,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA PACiE TWENTY-ONE.' RIP KIRBY KIRBY'S PROGRESS IS BEING- OBSERVED. STAYIN& AWAKE AFTER IT'S . SETTI MS- LATE. I YES. SIR, MR., KIRBY AMP THE LADY HAVE BEEN PANCIN&. THEY ARE NOW ADMIRING THE MOONLIGHT. IS MOST PIFFICULT. BUTORPERS ARE ORPERS. IT'S ABOUT TIME. X HOPE HE HAS A REPORT FOR US SOON. FRECKLES THANK YOU, SWEETHEART/ SOMETHINM' CONT DO VERY OPT6N--I SOLD " C RRY DRAKE A PEDESTRIAN STARES AT THE SHOW WINDOW AT |:29 : P.M IN FRONT OF TIFFCART'S JEWELRY STORE... REX MORGAN IF YOU'D RATHIiR I WOULDN'T EXAMINE YOU, IT'S ALL FJOHT/ PERHAPS YOU'D RATHER 60 BACK TO YOUR COME, MY DEAR... LET *E TAKE, YOU BACK TO &ED/ALL YOU NEED IS A600D REST/ BLOOD PRESSURE, ELSA.' 1 WON'T YOU TELL A\E ,[ HOW YOU FEEL, ELSA? TIZZY "In case you're trying to communicate with someone, we have a telephone in perfect working order!" GRIN AND BEAR IT THE FLINTSTONES OKAY, 7 ^ 6OOP I'LL &EATIHS... IT'S? FOU- / TAKE IT OF OUP FOOV& ) ^Sg™.™ MARY WORTH MI55 RAEBURN 15 ALONE, MR.HLID50N1---YOU MAY GO RIGHT IN! THEY SAY HE'5 ^ HER SECRET HEARTTHROB!-HA!--THAT WOULD BE. AMJMINfi SHE HAS A HEART! I HAPPENED TO BE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, JAN, 50 I ' I'D STOP BY AND ASK YOU- THE I3f>ni TIME---IF YOU'D MARRY ME! Ll'LABNER '". . . >W w/ien / made out my income tax how,was 1 to know where 'expense account living' left off and 'gracious living' began?" MR. BREGER "These lawn mowers one rides on would be just •ereat. if it wasn't so touea turning around ..." /*r is'-'a.- — urt t t-wt:. t-f.u f+oiycK.'* - r\)" \?^* ' MAS TH'HONESTESTFATHER IH | NOWTHET VO' MAS HAD VOP.E BASIC TH'HILLSH — W THEM'S MAKM' L TRAINISJ, CMILE— GO OUTAN'PAVA \LI'L CROOK OUTA , .-^> FEW-cHuQ<l.E.r-SOCIAL CALLS ON (, VORETRUSTIKI'NEIGHBORS. f f '^ •m ^ /' m NANCY ' LET'S' PLAY IN. YOUR HOUSE NO—NOT TODAY—MY DAD IS IN AN AWF.UL- \^ MOOD THIS MORNIN& r-7 HE WAS ( HALFWAV V, THROUG-H [SHAVING—^ Sri C; -—WH.EN" HE REMEMBERED IT'S HIS . DAY OFF STRICTLY BUSINESS; "One thing, I'm no quitter—I've been fired from all my jobs!" STRICTLY RICHTER t 5-19 . 0 King Future* Synillehtr, Inc., 19U2, World •"I like V€« men. 11 CUTIES DOTTYDRIPPLE THE PNPER SOy JUST\ SMO HE COU'uWT I PELIVER IT BisCNJSE J HE'S IN BEP WITH k 'SPRA.INEP KNEE — much top serious to treat lightly. Let's flip a coin (to see if we get married." • ',.-,.- BUZ SAWYER HERE 15 CURPLAHTO CATCH PERSOW WHO TRY TO PICK UPCHESS SETCONTAINIMO NARCOTICS YOU BRINS FROM HONG-KONS, MRS, SAWYER. -WHEN VISITOR CALL FOR YOU, MANAGEMENT HAS AgRAMGE FOR ME TO ESCORT TO VOUR ROOM, 1 WITH 6ARPEMER ANP THF OTHER HOUSEBOY W^OARE AL50 POLICE OFFICER. WHEN VOU GIVE CAULER CHESS SET, VIE M\KK , r.YERYSVW'LE.' JUST REWEMBER.1P Z ESCORT CALLER TO YOUR ROOW i EVERYTHING 0KftY. IF I NOT ESCORT, SOMETHINS WROM6, PULL THIS Bat. CORD TWO TIMES, ICOME QUICK. YOU.UWBRSTAND?

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