Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 4, 1957 · Page 45
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 45

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 4, 1957
Page 45
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EverJng, December 4, 1957. RIPlORBY~"! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-on* STAY HERE WITH SISJENE, JIM. I WANT THH 3ARON''S JEEP... AS THE JETS ZOOM OVERHEAD. KIRBY CHARGES OUT TO COMPLETE THE ENEMY ROUT. MICKEY FINN B-BUT HOW COULD I HAVE THOUGHT THOSE JUMBLEP WORPS WERE LINES FROM FAMOUS OLD PLAYS ? THAT WAS YOUR . IMAGINATION TOO! yOU PROBABLY IT M-MAKES ME FEEL VERY FOOLISH, SERGEANT !l-I WAS SO SURE THEY WERE THE VOICES OF ACTORS I'D KNOWN! WELL, OUR IMAGINATION , PLAYS TRICKS ' ON ALL OF US OCCASIONALLY, WR.BLASKO! HEAR THEM CLEARLY IF YOU i HAD XOOR EAR TO THE fiAN.' I THINK I'LL SEE IF I CAM MAKE THEM OUT, MICHAEL! AND WE WON'T ] No!«E HASN'T HAVE TO WORRY/ GOT A BRAIN ABOUT THE /IN HIS HEAP! SHERIFF? KERRY DRAKE I'D NEVB? SUSPECT MR. r WANTS TO T I BELIEVE THE SENSE OF /.. WOULD JsEOIKITy /T WOUU7SME THAT BE WISE? j£ HIM MISHT CORE HW COM " PIETELY, SST' UNTIL HE WAS PfiST 20, HE WAS DOMINATED BY HIS MOTHER.' HIS THEFTS WERE AN UNCONSCIOUS ITERANCE OF HER.' , TERMS, SST. PRAKE, COMPULSIVE STEALINiS -KLEPTOMANIA—MAY BE CAUSED '] BY EMOTIONAL INSECURITY' REX MORGAN. M. D. I'M SORRY.' HE'S OUT ON A CALL .' MAY I HELP YOU ? I WONDER IF PR. MORGAN CAN STOP BY TO SEE ME ? FEEL MISERABLE -IING ALL OVER ANO f, [NOT EXACIiy.—BUT HE V YES_J=ERMAPS KNOWS Ml: .' TELL HI/A rTlS J YOU HAP CLEO .' IU GIVE YOU MY y BETTER/ ItLTSy J APPRESS.... Ji~—<^ TO LOCATE PR. MORSAN ANP GIVE HIM THE MESSAGE t TIZZY BUZ SAWYER "I want to deposit $10, but I can only give you $1.50 -jeri aep_o_unti" GRIN AND BEAR IT "J con't convince.Melvin of the necessity of an education in the modern *«ld of science ... He says they'll need SOMEONE to push the buttons!" Jurors Named for Federal Cases INDIANAPOLIS (-UP) — Angus Deaton, a Connersville banker, was named foreman and Estill Meek, a Grecncastle banker, deputy foreman, of a Federal Court grand jury which will consider 27 Satisfies You BetweenMeals —yet Wrigley's Spearmint it so light and wholesome you can chew and enjoy it cases for possible indictmer.t. Other members of the jury are Kenneth Baltinger, Anderson; Joseph Burkhart,' .Gladys Jacobsen and Willford Hagemann, Mount Vcrnon; Mrs. Mary Craig, Linton; William C r i t s e r, Greensburg; Wayne Ellis, New Castle; William Etnerfcon and Franklin Lummw, Rising Sun; Leon Ewbank, C;iy- uga; Willis Fulwider, Lebanon; Fred Gieselman, Lynnville; James Gordon, Evansville; Mrs. Ruth Griffith, Whiteland; Harold H;>p- kinds;, Shoals; Hugh Hunt, Sullivan; Earl Johnson, Frankfort; Mrs. Edna Reber and Mrs. Elizabeth Schifflin, Indianapolis, and Omar Scott, Bellmore. Baby For Girl Aged 8 LIMA, Peru (UP) — An 6-year- old Peruvian girl gave birth to a 6-pound daughter in the city hospital here Monday. /SO ZORKA'S GOING TO CHANGE THIS DRIEP-UP VALLEY INTO A BLOOMIH6 OASIS...A PARADISE; W»NT ACTION, STROUD! AS MY GENEIML AUHAGER.VOUVETO FIX IH DRILUNC RICS, PBAOUNES, BULLBOZBRS...! WAMT ACTION, IMPERSTANDi ACTION OVERNIGHT.' C70RKA ANPBUZ u SO TO THE VTLLAfiE WHERE 20RKA WAS TORM, HOME OF HIS KINSMEM. SOOP GOSH, SAWYERJ YOU POK'T JUST FLY IN SUCH EQUIPMENT OVERNIGHT.'WHAT'S COME OVER THE B055?, IS HE OFF HIS ROCKER; HECK.KO! I'D SAY HE'S BACK , IN TViE CROOVE AGAIN. Smartest tag in Sanata's bag, Bailey's S AMSONITE Ingage Tag! Monogram, free MARY WORTH WELl---THANK YOU FOR A PLEASANT EVENING,MR.DI POLO! I MUST ASK YOU TO EXCUSE ME NOW LITTLE ABNER DO yOO,,JAC^ S. PHCGBOOND, SENATOR Y 'fOtf<SM/GHr \ &VCOURTESVOFTHE SQUEEZEBLOOD ^/[ /S77EOUP LOAN COMPANY" DO YOU TAKE THIS-^LOVELY VOUNG LADV AS s VOUR LAWFUL WEDDED WIFE,ODURTESV OF '" 'SHAVO,"THE MODERN METHOD OF REMOVING i SUPERFLUOUS MAIR?- HAVE BEEN GENEROUSW ALLCOTED' 10 SECONDS TO SAY v'l DO " BV THE DANDRUFF ~ INSTITUTE OF ' ' AMERICAr. 1 " NANCY AUNT FRITZI— . I FINALLY. GOT ft ID OF ALL THOSE CANS TIED THEM ON SMITH'S CAR— HE'S ETTIN<5 MARRIED NEXT WEEK ANYWAY OH, OH—THE GARBAGE MAN DIDN'T TAKE THAT PILE OF TIN CANS STRICTLY BUSINESS "Top floor!" STRICTLY RICHTER ^) 1957, King F«nir« Synrficatc, Inc., WsfW ngoK "i kept telling him not to-cotm m the 'Oaf CUTIES "s=ss=- " Ji "Any friead of my girl friend is a friend of mine!" DOTTY DRIPPLE DOTTY, I HAP OUR CAR WtNTERIZEP ' ' TOPAVy COPFEE TABLE GRANDMA H-M/ HE HAS ONEO' GRANDMA'S BIG SANDWICHES AN' A CHUNK O' APPLE COLLY BUT THAT MAKES ME HUNGRY/''

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