Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 2, 1957 · Page 13
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

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Tuesday Evening, July 2, 1957. RIP KIRBY WHAT'S THE VERPICT ON THE AMOUNT OF URANIUM IN YOUR "FEW HISH-CONTENT SOCKS .NOT INDIGENOUS TO ' TERRAIN... REMAINDER NOT PAPIOACTIVE. CONCLUSION-NO VALUE PLKASE EXCUSE ME, MR. KIRBY. I WANT TO LOOK AT MY LIPS SAVINGS GONE..' .VISIONS VANISHED IN AIR... SERVES ME RISHT, I SUPPOSE, FOR ASPIRINS SO HISH... MICKEY FINN HE'S COMINGOUTTOPOn NOW, UNCLE PHIL? SO KWU ME THE QUEER PUTTER HE USES! CERTAINLY YOU WERE 1 YOU'RE RIGHT. BEING FOOLISH, PHIL! \ TOM! I PONT DUFFY'S GAME AIAY HAVE \ KNOW WHY I IMPHOTEP A LITRE, BUT HETMYSEIF NOT ENOUGH TO BEAT AMI GET SO . _ UPSET! LIKE you! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* TUrtM* KERRY DRAKE so mars WHY you TOLD ME VOU HAD TO SO TO IPAHO OH MIWNKSS FOR SIX WEEKS?/ LOOK, PBT.' THEY SOT ME ALL WRONG/ I NEVER EVEN SAW A LIBRARY 9AME SINCE I WAS 12 YEARS OLD.' DUR1N* MAY AND EARLY JUNE, MA'AM.' THEN WHO IS THI5? .-lot' MOTHER HUPBARD"? 5ST. DRAKE., WHEN WA.S MY.. UH.. HANCE" SUPPOSED TO BE,. UN.. COURTIN* THIS LIBRARIAN' REX MORGAN, M. D. »• YES, YOU'P BETTER HAVE A COPY OF THE TELEGRAM PELIVEREP HERE DR.CAVEU./ WELL, I THINK IU. >/APPARENTLY C5O TO THE HOSPITAL. \PONTKNCWJUNE.' TO TELL, REX THAT I'VE \ THAT'S THE LAST BEEN A BAP BOY I THIN& IN THE BEFORE JUNE DOES.'/ WORLD SHE'P MENTION TO REX/ EMMY LOU "Instead of throwing away my first pair of high heels, wouldn't you like to have them bronzed as a keepsake?" GRIN AND BEAR IT ,-..m r &-m$ ~~~ * rf//''* h bwM •«•"••« obouf onf «H»n (« app«ar on American TV program, . . . •> moybt ilick copitoliit KhtMt to si curt lumnwr rcplocmmnlt' . MR. BREGER BUZ SAWYER AFTER HIM; THERE'S NOT A MOMENT TO. LOSE.' SANYER MUST NOT REACH SHORE: HERE THEV COME.'..^ WITH A n CONFOUNDED FURE: Summer is solved with Bailey's SELF-CARE SUITS that made Wash & Wear a fashion MARY WORTH *^^w^n,r wwwMHewt. MH5 QUIG61E! , 'I PLASTER WILL MEND EVERY THING, MR.HARVAV-" LITTLE ABNER / MAMMV BOUGI-rr It "TO CLEAN I OUR FUJGS—EXCEPT IT COST f- SOMUCH,WEOOUL.DMT AFFORD NO RUGS / -BUT'IT MAKES A HUMDINGER \ f \ OF A Vs/EAPON r/-AH SHOVED IT ) ; MV EOV, THE PENTAGON ) VACUUM ISPANTIN'GTDSEE .-< CLEANER, YOUR SECRET ~S > VORE WEAPON.'.'-WMST MA \. MAOESTV/' IS IT? ' IN TH'LIZARD'S MOUTH,TURMED f J ON TH' POWER—AN' EVERY THING S j U ' ~HET WERE INSIDC TH' CRITTER- ) L S NOW IN THtT &*&fr—j^S ft NANCY THERE'S THE QUIZ MAN FROM THAT TV SHOW PARDON ME--HOW DO I &Br TO ELM STREET ? DO you WANT TO KNOW FOR PERSONAL • REASONS ? — --- OR AM I GOING TO WIN SOMETHING IF I ANSWER CORRECTLV STRICTLY BUSINESS 1 in.' ""J'lll 'W^ftt*SK ^«. ^*^^ ^ . "Maybe it needs a new flint!" STRICTLY RICHTER 7-2 T , n"l'>>7, fcte« I ~i«r t i"ifnJ,iU(.ri.>f., Hoild lljjlui irmicd.' "It has every other tranquilizer licked. It makes you not give a diirn about anything, Fathead!" CUTIES "I'm tired of your complaining every time I buy a new . dress ... it'n the Mine thing week after weekl" DOTTY DRIPPLE YAH CHICKEN/ WHERE ARE VOUR BERMUDA SHORTS DRIPPLF? W6LL, CW~ Vv IT'S STIUL NOT ENOUGH FOR ' COLD FBKT/ GRANDMA GEE.WEV6 BEENWAITIN'J OVER HALF AN HOURr^ FOR VOU.'/ YES,I KNOW, AN' I'M SORKY, BUTI HADQUITEATIME ~ EATIN 1 BREAKFAST/'' I JUST COULDM'T SEEMT' MAKE TH'CEREAL AN' MILK, IN MV DISH COME OUT / EVEN//

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