Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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Wednesday, May 23, 1962
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Wednesday Evening, May 23, 1962. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-onp RIF KIRBY HOW COULP I SWINPLE ANI7 JILT THIS FRIENC7 /TASHIA? I NEVER BE A NICE NEIGHBOR ANC" PUT DOWN THAT SUN/ •• / I.YIN6- WON'T HELR I'VE BEEN I( LOOKING FOR YOU FOR A LOMG TIME... FRECKLES NO,YOU CANT see HILDA— NOT TiLLtOL) <SO HOM& AMD PUT ON SOME CLOTHES/ CREEPS..' IT'S A 'tor OF TROUBLE, Bur J- GUESS HILOA'S WORTH ir/ NOW WE CAM GO' ) I SMELL. TC> THE ~s/ A CON- 6ALAXY BALLROOM/ DRAKE DESERTED, THE BANDIT CLAWS WILDLY TOR HIS 6UN ASTHIi DETECTIVES CL REX MORGAN STOP SAYIN6 THAT ELSA'S MENTALLY ILL/ALL SHE NEEDS IS A REST/ I'VE HEARD ABOUT A WONDERFUL REST HOWE ON THE. OUTSKIRTS OF TOWN, LARRY...RUN BY A DR. SINDOO/ITHINKWE SHOULD TAKE EtSA THERE/ I TOOK THE LIBERTY OF CAlUNeT^ DR.SINDOO/ HE .'JAID HE'D STOP BY THIS AFTERNOON TO INTERVIEW ] ELSA...TO DETERMINE WHETHER y OR NOT HE'D ACCtiPT HER Ab A _ , PATIENT INTO HIS REST HOME//V !" TI2IZY . HORROR 5MOW// "1 really got scared during the second feature. I didn't think our popcorn would hold out!" GRIN AND BEAR IT Is same old hogwash, comrades!.. .Comrade Confucius would say glorious leader w giving us plenty to swallow but nothing to sa*/" THE FLINTSTONES NOW WANT Y<3U TO KNOCK Off- WRITIN0 / 9UT, WONT \T0E T OKAY, /ILL KISHT IF I JUST BUT I WRITE ONE CHECK I THAT 1 '? I TE>CW_ FOP^OWE \ i MARY WORTH DEWITT A6tNCy?..THI5 15 JANICE. RAEBURN, MR. O'KEEFE!-.. ABOUT THE. 5PARK-L-ADE COMMERCIAL,! HAVEN'T FOUND YOU A PERFORMER FOR THE BEACHCOMBER PARTI I HAVE SOME "HANDSOME AND BEAUTIFULLY MUSCLED" YOUNG MEN ON FILE, BUT THEY ALL LOOK. LIKE PHYSICAL ED.TEACHERS! I KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE IN WIND--ACR05S BETWEEN TONY CtIPJ'15 AND A CAVEMAN.' BUT, UNLESS ONE SWINGS IN ON A VINE BEFORE NOON, TIL HAVE TO LOSE THIS COMMISSION! LI'LABNER MR. I5REGER HERE'S A NICE U'L. GUN TO • PL.AV W.'F/ HONEST ABE-AM 1 IT'S LOADED.'/ BUT; IN CASE-MD 1 GIT5ANV SMART IDEES-- STRICTLY BUSINESS "My secretary once locked like that—until my wife started sending her candy and pastries; every clay!" STRICTLY RICHTER NANCY COME. ON,- POOCHIE-- HEEL HEEL-HEEL- (P) Kiivr FcnturCB Syndicate, Inc., 19G2. V/orld righta rcscn cd "• • "May I use your phone? My wife is using mine." ; J King F^tiiro.^; SyiirtlMlc^nc,, 10G2, Worlti riwhtH reserved "Well, madam, do you think he could be seen dead in THIS one..; T' DOTTY DRIPPLE VE!!I--FIRST BE SURE HE'S REA,'_LY THEM V3U JUST UEir MOTI-EK, HOW POES A GIRL FINALLY LAND HER MAM? HIM. FICiHT UNTIL. HE BUZ SAWYER MORNIHSiSETSUSI, M»Y I HAVE MY KEY,PLEASE? MOWSUEAPPE-AKSTDBE 601(4610 MR RiXJM IN •MV WING. THEN IT MUST HAVE BEEN HE [[HUSBAND WHOWEMTOUTANHOUR ASO...HWiS!..,, SHE WENT W STEPS DOWN THE Hftll.. THW WOULP1PROBABLV BE TO ROOM 21. *j7HENEW GUEST AT THF CHERRY "BLOSSOM INN SEEMS VERY OUIET ANP PISINTERESTIiiP. ' © Klnn Fwtum S)-ndlc.l.. Irw.. lor.I. ".. i But I follow my diet faithfully—after my meals of course."

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