Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1957 · Page 9
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 9

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Saturday Evening, May 18, 1957. RIP KIRBY YES, I CAN SEE CONNIE. SHE SEEMS TO BE IN REAL TROUBLE... CAN YOU RACTO A RESCUE SHIP TO COME OUT HERE, PILOT? STATIC'S SO BAG 1 I DON'T KNOW IF WE COULD MAKE OURSELVES UNDERSTOOD. WE'.D BETTER LAND AND SEND HELP. THEY'RE GOING- AWAY.' WHY ARE THEY LEAVING ME? Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine KERRY DRAKE WHILE,UPTHE BEACH... f i BELIEVE THE HOLE IN THE DOU6HNUT" 15 MOVING IN, AM I GETTING USED TO IT, V™- SGT. DRAKE / I'LL BRINS A COLD TOWEL, CHARM / THEM I'M MAKING A DASH FOR THAT HOTEL .'.. AND I HOPE I FINP CALEB SYLVESTER UKIHARMSD.' STU PIP.'YOU HIT HIM TOO HARD / HE GOOD TO US LI SHELBY- OR IS THE STORM GETTING LESS NOISY ? MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN. M. D. I NEVER SHOULD'UE COME POWN-I SHOULP'VE STAYED ON THE JOB! THE TRIP IS JUST A TOTAL LOSS ANP HJU'RE OKAY NOW, SIR! \ I WON'T BE HERE AND THE SURF PROBABLY / TOMORROW! I'VE HAP WON'T BE SO ROUGH r / ALL I CAN TAKE! I'M TOMORROW! A FLYIN'HOME TONIGHT! I'M SURE KEITH M r SHt'S A WONPBRFUL 6IRL, REX.' I AS9UME THAT NOW THAT KglTH HERE, YOU WILL SO TO PIMNER WITH (JEJUNE I TOO ASSUME RIGHT, PR. MORGAN/ J'UL BE READY IN A JIFFY I YOU JUST SAY THAT IS,TOO--AFTER THAT ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION, JUNE ,' / ---BECAUSE YOU'RE I'M SO GLAD 1OU PECIDEDTO COME BACK, KEITH.' EMMY LOU "... arid notice how it hugs the road!' GRIN AND BEAR IT "Mo/bo we sliould fly to our vacation spot, RoscocI... l» would gin you a couple of extra Joys to wonder why you cvttr cnmo!,.." MR. BREGER *TTou should'vo seen the one that got away, though—'4 BUZ SAWYER ZORKA, WV DAR-UEHC! OW WONNERFULimi We IN MAJORCA. SAWYER-BE SO GOOD AS TO SHOWMU.E.REVEUR TO THE POOR. AND KEEP HER OUT.' I PISL'.KE LITTLE filRlS WHO CARRY STILETTOS. The Shorts Season is a long season. Bailey's BERMUDA SHORTS now 'til September. MARY WORTH I'M GIADVOU'RE, BACK GODDEHI..-THIOI5A HANDSOME HOU5E.BUTIT MEEK THE 5MIU OF A GIRL IN LOVE TO LIGHT IT UP! ITS A STINKING OtOBARN I HATE EVERY . ROOM IN IT! $"* ' T ' HAS MY FATHER COME ' HOME YET, MR5.WORTH: NOW "-TELL ME THE '' TRUTH,FATHER--.HOW DID YOU HAPPEN TO ORDER A PROMOTION FOR STAN KAMIN? LITTLE ABNER •> -THERE'LL BE AT LEAST HALF A MILLION PEOPLE, FLEEIN' IN PANIC — PIGHTIN' AN' TRAMPLIN OVER HELPLESS WOMEN AM' CHILDREN.T IT'LL BE THE CRE.ATEST. DISASTER ' NEW VORK HAS EVER KNOWN/.'' KIN AH HAVE A SANGWIDGE? —THEN, AFTER HE LEAPS PROM THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDIWG- NANCY YOU CAN'T GO AROUND DEFYING- THE LAWS YAAA--- I'/A DEFYING THE LAW OF GRAVITY STRICTLY BUSINESS : 'Al the moment, I ciin't think of :iny roason why ynu shouldn't have a niiso, Argylo — coine buck in an hoxir!" STRICTLY RICHTER (0 IW, Kl<i« r.i 'Nol.ice how our friends hixvc been avoiding us lately f CUTIES "Oh, you'll work out fine, Miss Nolan. Now, THIS is a typewriter — and I'll explain the alphabet to you." DOTTY DRIPPLE GIVE HIM SOMETHING TO PLAV WITH UNTIL , I CAN GET THERE/j GRANDMA IT'S STI7ANGE 1WHERE IT WENT (IN SUCHAHUBRY' LET'S SEE, NOW. TH' NEAREST SANP PILE I KNOW Op IS AT BERTIE'S HOUSE// I THOUGHT MY MISSING SCREEN WOULD BE FOUND OVER HEPE UT, GRANDMA. WE WEF?I£ USTUSIN'ITT 1 FINDTH' HREE PENNIES WE LO«T/ •J-IO KUHlV

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