Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 27, 1962 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

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Wednesday Evening, June 27,1962. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-out RIP KIRBY WITH PROTECTION... ALWAYS NEAR... IT'S ...IT'S WONPEKFUL. FOR ME ROSS. A CABLEGRAM FOR YOU, MA'M'SELLB. •. IN FOLLOWING- PAYS, "ROMANCE " BLOOMS RAPtCtY.. 1'P LIKE TO i?j| SCOTCH. HIS EYES OUT. IT'S SO WONPERFUL BEIN& WITH YOU. NEVER LEAVE /ME, TASHIA... HE THINKS SHE'S FALLEN FOR HIM. IT'S TIME FOR MFJ. KIRBY'S SURPRISE.. "*RRY DRAKE ' ELITE FLORISTS?...' I'D LIKE TO ORDER SOW FLOWER5 FOR A PATIEN1 IN CITY HOSPITAL. FOL1C OFFICER COLT.' /MAKE. IT. A TAIL BUNCH OF . > SLADIOLAS.. ANP ENCLOSe A ( CARD SAYINS: "WITH APPRE- \^CIAT1ON FROM A CITIZEN." MO, I DON'T KNOW THE ROOM NUMBER-BUT I'LL HAVE SOMEONE < AT THE REAR COOR AT.6 O'CLOCK. TO TAKE THEfl* AND PAY THE FRECKLES REX MORGAN £ THINK ITS .THE OIL/ WOULD YOU CHECK IT? _ PLEASE? I'M AFRAIP YOU NEEp A DIPSTICK-; Tl4E OIL IS THERE —I JUST-CAW <30SM,THIS ENGINE KMOCKS THE ATTENDANT SAYS THAT EISA WON'T EAT...WONT TOUCH HER FOOD, SWDOO/SHE'S BEEN •'HERE THREE DAYS AND HASN'T NOTHING/WE'D BETTER y LET^S SO- . &ET HER OUT OF HEREI-flTAKEA LOOK ' I BEFORE SHE STARVES»• AT HER, TO DEATH/ YOU EAT GOOD FOR GRIF/&RIF LIKE YOU/ TIZZY f 'Our club discussed our country's foreign policy and we decided it's trlortmv!" • • • : we decided it's gloomy!" GRIN AND BEAR IT "Grandma was pretty disappointed^ about the World's fair.. . . There'wasn't any place to 'enter her famous, award winning, ..Homemade gooseberry jam!., " MR. BREGER "Of course I've been listening to you, dear—pour me another cup of Amalgamated Shares Preferred THE FLINTSTONES J. MUfT PTJT -vOUf? BOWL'lNe 04L.L, THE MARY WORTH LOOK, STOUT ffLU! YOU MAY HAVE SPECIAL PRIVILE6K AFTER. BU*NE« HWK1, BUT UNTIL-SB^. YOU'RE. THE ERRAND BW! ..'• FRANK.LY, I'M fiOTING: A LITTIE THE 'PET.'.. SINCE YOU'RE SO HERE, 6EATRKE, I THINK »U SHOULD FIND ANOTHER JOB! GET THE CAR; VITO .'•'••! WANT' VOU TO...UH DRIVE ME TO A MEETIN6! VITO l'yOU : HAVEN'T TAKEN TrfE'SB PHOTOS ; ANO'RKUMt5 • OVER TO-THE. AD AGENCY! •.••6ETON THElBALL! I SAID I'D DROP 'EM OFF ON MY LUNCH HOUR,). &EA!-"AND THAT'S WHEN I'LL DO IT! LI'LABNER STRICTLY BUSINESS "What gave you that idea, Argyle? Of course you • amount to a 'hoot and a holler 1 around here!" " STRICTLY RICHTER I KiM USE THIS LAUWDRV BAG TO STASH TH' KID IM— DIRTV LAUNIDRV, ON TH'STAIRS- MY ISA THOROUGH BRED TOO PROUD TO BEG- MY DOC? IS ALWAYS BESeING—DOES YOURS "Officer, I'm merely trying to point but the inadequacy of the peas in this post office^' CUTIES "She never writes her husband when he's away~on" Dusmess. Gives him about four records' worth of her mind every day." DOTTY DRIPPLE IP-WORE PE-OPLE TOCXC THE TIAAS BUZ SAWYER / WLL/ THERE THEY ARE, »WVtR.~PUS«WSKY, F THtY ARE V. HIS SISttR HELM UXO WRTEW-VEAK-OLP / HARDLY WHAT V" PAUfiHTiR , EIFINA. ^s/A YOU WOULP ~~• WH'TLtT LOOK* TOOL YOU. THE WORD OKI PUSHY IS THAT HE'S A REAL TOO/WmmENTf OF SAVVY. COULP PASS AS AH A.MERKAK ANYWHERE. WHATAnHTORMATION IS SKETCHY. ^ [MOUTHIS :fUT SHE'S WttK>VWD,5?tW<iHVW ' "ER* / LMWUAfiH. DID SECRETARIAL HIlMf./ WORK WITH rr ww A SURPRISE WHIN s« APTKUM t: RUSSIA.

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