Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1962 · Page 25
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 25

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Wednesday, June 6, 1962
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ing, June 8, 19K. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-Five RIP KIRBY HOW'S THE FAMILY •) :.NEVEK BETTEP, ANP ALL WAT SORT / PSSMONP. WONPEK- MOEE'STHE /5TRAISHT PITT. /IT IS, PILLY. BUTI.NEEP YOUR HELP.. DRAKE *, • "'/WE'RE POLICE OFFICERS^ MA'AM; WE'D LIKE to OH.MYGOOPNESS.'I HOPE IT'S NOTHIN&THAT REFLECTS ON THE SCHOOL/.. SHE'S IN THERE WITH A STUPENT- MR.COLT-WU MISSED »UlC\ QUESTION ONE OF LESSON TODAY/YOU KNOWyVOLIR INSTRUCTCWS- WE'LL HAVE TO CHARGEifer POLKA OOTTSi YOU: FOR- FRECKLES REX MORGAN dQUAMTOS DE SEPAPES \SOMBRE T1EMAN LOSMUCHACHOS? ) SETS •*-—XME- SENOFCC IWEWAD X SMITH-^/U/ITMIMK. OOiAPH-YFORA R4SSPORT? 6RIF/SINDOO SAID ME WANTS TO TALK TO YOU/ YOU DID SOMETHING WROHfe GRIF...DIDN'T YOU? COMEi I BEHIND THOSE BARRELS/ YOU KKOW TOU MUST BE PUNISHED/ TIZZY "Herbie and I had a big argument about international ! trade, but neither of us knew what we were talking about!" GRIN AND BEAR IT There s more to being elected leader than power and prestige! .... The real prize is a tine trip tothe U. S.and a delicious formal feast at the Wh'rte House!" MR. BREGER THE FLINTSTONES YOU'RE PISHT THIS MILK •&OUK t MARY WORTH YOU REMEMBER Vm MRS. WORTH?— HE'S STARTING TO WORK HERE THIS MORNING HE'LL BE. AVAILABLE IF THERE ARE ASEHCV CALL5 FOR—ATHLETIC YOUNG MEN!— BETWEEN CALW, HE'LL DRIVE FORME, — AND MAKE HIMSELF GENERALLY USEFUL BY— ' COME INTO MY OFFICE, MR. FOWLERi—WHERE THERE ARE FEWER DISTRACTIONS! LI'LABNER I'M RICHARD e>URTMAGL.E,)NO,SUH- THE NEW VORK PHOTO - J BUT AH ' I GRAPHER. YOU'VE r\\\t& HEERD HEARD OF'ME,OF ) ^~, O'MOO COURSE.':'',, •— ( YAWK.I'' AH WENT THAR, ON MAH 'HONEY- MOOM — SO VOU'RE MARRIED? fs'GH.') WHAT DOES YOUR HUSBAND DO? NOTHIN'- MUCH LATELY MAINLY OM4CCOUMT OF HE'S DA1D/.'' COME AWAY FUM V, HIM, MAMMY//'-AH GOTAFEELIN'IN '. MAH LI'L BOMES THET HE'S ROTTEN- CLEAN THROUGH .7 NANCY I'LL. DROP IN TO SEE ROLLO, THE RICH KID ROLLO — WHAT IS THAT THING'? A FROM MY r>AT>- CUTE IDEA, ISN'T IT ? — HE ALWAYS SAYS \ I LIVE )N A LITTLE / WORLD OF MY OWN J <! STRICTLY BUSINESS "Hallelujah, brother!" STRICTLY RICHTER © Kins Featuroa Syndicate, inc., 1962. World rlRtita rcwn-cd. "There you go, 6vertipj:ing again!" CUTIES ".*» Aadnow to teat your hearing... 6-6 t© Kins Ftiturti Syndluto. Inc., 196Z..World" "If it's as effective as you say, why is it you're still single?" DOTTYDRIPPLE IW FACT I'M GOMNA FIWP X JOS OM I THINK VOUVE BEEN POP- MONEY COMES ONLY FROM WORK/ •UH- vou THINK SO--? Et^ SRUCE— BUT FOR A. SECONP I WAS AISRAIP HE WOULPNir CM-L.ME TWO MOSV LISTEN, WILBEKT-- WORK GANG— A.NP QUIT SCHOOL. / FW-L- FEOVl IT-IS SKV~ BUZ SAWYER THIS ISAM OUTRAGE*) IT is OBVIOUS, OFFICER-BftN, THAT WE HAVE PONE NO WRONG, THAT VOU HAVE ARE YOU SURE, SAWYER-SAN THAT THE CHESS SET CONTAINED NARCOTICS? AM, SO THAT IS WHAT YOU'RE AFTER?

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