Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 31, 1962
Page 21
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'Thursday Evening, May 31,1962. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-one n«P KIRBY HOW COUU7 I HAVE BEEN SO HERE'S YOUR SHOOTINS IRON --UNLOAPEP'- —TASHIA. PUT IT AWAY. WRITE THAT POEM AMP HOY/ IS IT THAT yoU REMEMBER COME ON, WE'RE SOINS TO FINP OUT RISHT NOW.' FRECKLES OKA,Y~ OKAY/1 CAM TAKE A HINT/ " C RRY DRAKE msspf 'WE MAOE'UP A SMALL ^ SCMAYBB I 5HOUIP \ SOMETIMESITHINK HOW MANY ^\ JUST OME, RETAIL OUTLETS ) "VILLAGE HA8ERDASH- HOPA PLANE.SER6EANT? I THERE 15 SUCH A RUNOFSUB-STANDARP TOOK THEM? ^ EKY1 UPSTATE IN NAPAVILLE/ FOR SOME SHOPPINS IN J THINS AS TELEPAW NAPftVIU-E?. r- ^-T JOHNNY SOLD AT CUT-RATE PRICES/ ne OF HATS' REX MORGAN I.JDONT HAVE A W THAT'LL BE FINE/YOU CHECKING ACCOUNT... A CAN AtAKt YOUR BUTI'Lt,GOTOTHE&ANK/> CONTRIBUTION .AND DRAW OUT THE // WHEN YOU BRING HAVE HER AT OUR HOME AT FIVE O'CLOCK' MIS5 FLEECE, PLEASE DON'T TELL *Y SON-IN-LAW ABOUT JHE CONTRIBUTION/ I DON'T LIKE TO WORRY HIM/ I DIDN'T HEAR. YOU, MR5. KRONE/ DID YOU SAY YOU WOULD /AAKE AS INITIAL CONTRIBUTION OF FIVE HUMORED DOLLARS? YOUR DAUGHTER J TO OUR HOME/ TIZZY "Father, why don't you make a fortune in the stock market?" GRIN AND BEAR IT We're promoting you to a newly created position, Figby!... vice president in charge of taking the blame for price fixing, monopoly, and unethical business practices! . ..." MR. BREGER ©King Features Syndicate, Inc.. 1062. World rights reserved There, Madame and Monsieur, the dessert specialty of the house—baked apple . . ." THE FLINTSTONES THE PEST £?NE IN TOWN / HS Kt=4LL.y ;o=: MARY WORTH IF YOU HAVE ONt SHRED OF SANITY, JANICE RAEBURN YOU'LL PUSH THIS CHECK. UNDER THE DOOR, AND- LI'LABNER WATCHERLV. 1 :' 'WE GOT ' f KILT DIDMT V/&? PAPPY//--THEM'S REAL AMGELS.y) E KIN DO 1 —/ KIN WE SHOOT OLE \ ANYTHING, NANCY THE..' SCHOOL. LIBRARIAN • is AWAY: TODAY—r WANT YOU TO ACT AS MONITOR IN '•• THERE, SLUGGO .IT'S NICE AND QUIET ' IN HERE SINCE. I— STRICTLY BUSINESS "I can report that our national sales campaign created a tremendous wave of apathy!" STRICTLY RICHTER "I don't see any point in cooking a whole dinner." CUTIES O King ritttnni Sywficiti, Ine^ »et WerM ri>)it« remved. 5-31 •'She's really a nice girl—but her personality keeps eettinp- in tttift vuav" » getting ia the way.' DOTTY DRIPPLE THE BOSS IS PUWvlNS "3. — "^ BUZ SAWYER f MISSY SAWYER-SAH/ L WHAT IS TROUBLE? " ' ^ AMAN...HETOOK THE CHESS SET.,. AKP RAN/

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