Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 7, 1962 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thursday. Evening,'.Time 7,1962. RIPKIRBY , BILLY, I'M TRYINS-TO FINP "RHYMER ROSS'KENTON.HE'S A WRITER...TOETR1; BAP CHECKS, THAT -SORT OF THINS.. HOW CAN 1 HELP YOU, PE5MONP, OU7 FKlENPf HOLD ON.' YOU'RE NOT THINKING OF TURNINSv A POOR /MISSUIPEP CHAP OVER TO THE LAW, HE SETS WOMEN TO FALL IN LOV£ WITH HIM ANP THEN STEALS THEIR MONEY... THAT POES IT, PESMONP.'THAT'S CROOKEP/ . I'LL TELL YOU WHERE. TO FINP HIM... FRECKLES FRECKLES, WOULD TOU COME WTO THE I kNOWYOUWANT YOURCAR.TOIOOK NICE FORTME SCHOOU HUBCAPS ARE snu. our OF PLACE IN DISHWASHER/; (SIMSt»m». lor.TJ*B«.U».P«t. tO. £-7 DRAKE SORRV, DOU./ YOU'RE ABOUT TO LEARN A NEW STEP.. fOiKA!STOP.' OR I'LL HAVE. TO-M REX MORGAN WHY DID YOU HITTHt^B HE.CRY...I CANT OLD MAN, GRIP* Jfift^ STAND CRY/ COME, GRIF...VOU MUST BE PUNISHED YOU KNOW THAT/ : TIZZY THE FLINTSTONES MAY&B r INt? THISKOAP .**> t-i MARY WORTH unr r,FRATF V I WAKT YOU TO 6OTOI /uSrrl vWIS UMIFOR«S«OP J MATTER —< AMO Qtj- A aMPLE WWW CORD 5UIT!M.WHEH VOU A DRIVE ME RACES, I'D RATHER "Everytime my mother criticizes the way we dress, I trot out the old family album!" GRIN AND BEAR IT YOUR DUTIES HERE Wlli BE VARIED, MR.FOWUR-BUT THEY DO NOT INCLUDE STARING AT THE MANY ATTRACTIVE GIRLS WHO PA« IN AND OUT! THE , MI55 RAEBURN! ! —1 WOULDM* TW HIKER. LI'LABNER AH HATES ) , f THEN, HOMEJS TH H RICHARD BURTNAGLE.7 A. TO GO TO LE'SGO HOME.'.' THAR'S MOTHIN' TO EAT THAR, SIMCEVORE PAPPV V^ENTTO GLOW/'.'' OOMETO NESN '—, VORKWITH ME• AND I'LL, MAKE VOU THEHIGHEST-PAID MODEL IN TH*. VJOM.D.'/ VOUR CHILD VJIU. EAT CAVIAR, STRAVJBERR1E5 AMD CR~ NANCY •"for tfce sake o/ ifce nationaf economy / haw consented io run wn, fcoysf... Bather thundump afl my refafn-es on tfce jofc roarketr MR. BREGER THIS BOOK SAVS THAT MEN WH MAKE' LOTS OF MONEY—- , —ARE THE ONES STAND OUT IN A CROWD WOV/—HE MUST BE THE RICHEST MAN JN TOWN STRICTLY BUSINESS IMERVIN] . — •• CITY MUSEUM "Boy, would I like to collect the deposit on that bottle!" STRICTLY RICHTER © King: Features SyatKcnU, Inc., 106&, Wortd rtzhls rwcrvcd. "Hottest jperformer in the low-priced fidcL" CUTIES •It's the downstairs neighbor—he's not too happy •9J- •xi|^iwv^«iiin«»yTiaini^ l jnB. ( t^»n»^wi)ria i nrnu n»*rv»a. - ^l/& •"What kind of a restaurant is this? This soup you spilled on me isn't even hot!" DOTTY DRIPPLE BUZ SAWYER LIEUTENANT, XCAUgHTTHIS SERVANT WOMAH TRYING TO SWEAK IM THE BACK WAY FRON> THe.HOUSE W a BORROW J THERE/X W«OC6KlJ HAVE SllFPED MRSBEEN TLoK&SsmawmK REMOVED FROM THECHESSSETAHD HIDDEN SOWE- \OUBORROW IDESUGAR? TOTHEHOUSEWTltE

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