Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 3, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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SUNDAY, JUNE 3,1962 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and L06ANSFORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT; INDIANA PAUSE TWENTY-ONE RIP KIRBY THAT IS WHEN THEY MUST HAVE MET AMP SHE FELL IN LOVE WITH HIM... YOU SEEfRHYMER ROSS"KENTON HAS MY INITIALS. HE WAS ON THE SAME SA1LIN& AS YOUR FRIEND.. IT COMES BACK TO ME NOW, TASHIA-- WHERE I REAP THAT POEM OF HIS. )T WAS IN THE 6REENFIEU7 PRISON TATTLER, AN INMATES' MAGAZINE. THEY SHOULD HAVE TACKED .SIX MONTHS. ONTO HIS SENTENCE FOR IT/ FRECKLES IP HE DECIPES HE LIKES THE PICTURE/ SAW WE CAN STAY AT DfclVE-IM MOVIE UNTTL- . ^a. 1F- MIDNIGHT/ ^^ DRAKE AT THE MENTION OP THE DEAD BANDIT'S NAftAE,THE MUSICIAN PALES.'.. SURE! I'M ONE OF THE .'. HOWEVER, SOME OF THE BOYS .. , HE PLAYED WITH ARE STIlt AT •we "KINS OF CLUBS:.. THIS LEFT/ SWANTON,r>\ EXACTLY .: THE LEFT- HANDEP VIOLINIST J WHY THE POLICE LOWERED HE BOOM.' WHO 50U6HT THIS HAT YOU SAY. HE SKIPPED TOWN' 1 ' REX MORGAN DII3'YOU ASSURE HER SHE DOESN'T WANTW, TH,« WE. WOULDN'T BE THt SON-IN-LAW TO \Y WURE5TED IN SAYIN& KNOW ABOUT THt Ak OKIE WORD ABOUT IT! CONTRIBUTION/' THE MOTHER A6REEO TO TO MAKE A FIVE HUNDRED W SOUNDSALL DOLLAR CONTRIBUTION WHEN H RIGHT FOR A SHE BRIN&5 HER. DAU6HTER ,4kSTARTER/ HERE THIS AFTERNOON/ BUT SHE'S NOT THE VIOLENT KIND, 6EORGI...ANDSHE S> CAN VE6ETATE HERE AS WELL AS AT HER HOME/ THAT ELSA REALLY LOOKS MENTALLY OUT IN LEFT FIELD,. 5INDOO/' '•'" TIZZY "O.K., I'll be home at nine-thirty. Then can I go out again?" GRIN AND BEAR IT Vvfcenyou consirfer the annualaccjdent record in tftis country, Roscoe, / actually account for very few erf them/ . . ." MR. BREGER "Wice place to ..visit,- but I wouldn't want to live there •. ,.-.".' : THE FLINTSTONES PAPER WORK AIWAY& MS -I IT JUST POESNT R0HT THAT THE BOSS YOU HflUB WITH ALL, THAT K4P6R OH,I PUNNO,.. MARY WORTH 50 YOU THINK-WBGHT-IIFTIN DUMB STUFF, HUH?-. GET A LOAD OF THIS! ' I REALLY SHOULD BE. —~^\ THIS'LL ONLY TAKE GETTINQ HOME TO MY DINNER,) A MINUTE, MI'H RAtBURN vrro rrsvr^m-,— /-... LEAVE THE DOOR. ... OPEN!---IT'S PRETTY WARMJN HERE! LI'LABNER STRICTLY BUSINESS "What's more, it's portable!" STRICTLY RICHTER NEVER 'MIND.THE ACGDENT.fTlT'S AFTER:^V^OH,WHV AM I SUCH A PERFECTIOKH6T?- AT TME : RATES I'M V—-A. 5.1 r -WE'RE OKI -^ TO 6ETA PICTURE OF OME PERFECTAMGEL, •^ I MUST PAV 5 MODELS-ONE vyiTH A PERFECT.JAW-LIK1E, ANOTHER WITH PERFECT E?VES, ANOTHER WITH A PERFECT MOUTH,ANOTHER WITH— OVERTIME!.' & 50.oo AM HOUR.'/ PAYIWG-WEMUSr THERE'S ALWAYS TH"£ Fl RST Tl/^E.' GETOM WITH THE m^j IT, CUTIES «l™F«l«,._.8 ! j ; ,»c,,l; t ), t .J. 6 - i J».,l,lj-l f l,,,r,«r«l. \W , VBM||^Ha|r l »)HMBHM9l« I "If-he were a matador, everyone would root for the bull." ' DOTTY DRIPPLE GOOP/ NC3W I BET ) NOLI COULJ7 EW •) POZEN THW REALLY WMETTEP /AY TV46SE WEtZE LEPT OVER FROM MY PM?TY, TOO / THESE WOKS P'OEOVRES WERE LEFT OVER FROM -J HM ™\ MV CARP PARTY TOPAY BUZ SAWYER BV THE WAY THE AMERICAN \ / DIDAHVONE WOMAN'ACTED, ITHINK IT WAS I FOLLOW YOU? ATRflP. BUTI60TTHE ' ' ' CHESS SET, [ I THINK NOT.. AHP1 UFT.THE AMEgjMH _6AGStP. LX/ N owtsfs7lNbtHE I FALSE BOTTOM AND .THE HER'OIM. Ji' DIPY1IU \ / YES. HEWSSED, 5EEAMM \[ HE-RE AMP RAN. CARRYING. V (NTO ONE OF '< A PACKH6E?,/ VTHOSE HOUSES.

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