Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 6, 1957 · Page 17
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 17

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Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune RIP KIRBY STOGIE, I KNEW \ BELLE. THEY'RE YOU'D SNAP YOUR \HISH-<5!?AP£ URANIUM CAP SOME DAY. WHAT A^ ORE... ARE YOU 6OIN6 TO DO WITH THIS LOAD OF ANSWER THE OUESTION /NOT/MUCH HERE--BUT OR COME OUT OF /WHEN A PROSPECTOR THE ISOLATION /PINE'S THEM .ON THAT BOOTH.\..WHAT /LAND YOUR UNCLE LEFT US SOOP ARE A IN DRY SULCH, THEY'LL THEY? y \ SPELL CASH IN THE BANK.' HOPE HE PIPN'T. SEE' MY GBGEK COUNTER. OUR TRAIN LEAVES FOR PRY 6ULCH AT IO P.M., PE5MOND.. READY? Thursday Evening, June 8, 195*. KERRY DRAKE IT WOULDN'T BE FAIR WITHOUT THE r BLINDFOLPS.' MEET EX-PATROLMAN ^ ............ R '- HUSBAND'S UINE PtNNER TONIGHT IS \ MINDY ?..OR DOES VERY SPECIAL, KERRy/ THE PANEL HAVE -TO CELEBRATE FRANK'S' LATEST PROMOTION.' NOW DETECTIVE THIRD GRADE, FRANK MALONE MICKEY FINN OKAY! I'LL TAKE IT AT THAT PRICE! WAVE ALL THE PAPERS ATM/ HOTEL TONIGHT—AT EIGHT O'CLOCK! WELL, I'VE CLOSED MY BIG PEAL, PHIL! SO I'LL BE ABLE TO PLAY WITH YOU TOMORROW —COMPLETELV-RELAXEP! OH,I HOPE THAT PHONE CALL SOMETHIN' THAT WILL KEEP AUMTV FROM PLAYING TOMORROW'. THEN I'LL SAY I SIMPLY HAVE TO GET HOME AND TAKE A PLANE IN THE MORNING! , REX MORGAN, M. D. CAN GIVE IT TO PR. MORGAN CAN'T YOU, MISTER I CAN'T SEND THIS SPECIAL DELIVERY BACK/ IT'S FOR A PR. KEITH CAVELL — IN CARE OF PR. MORGAN/ THI5 IS DR.MORCAN'S OFFICE/ >«AY6E HE KNOWS HOW TO SET IN TOUCH WITH DR. CAVELL/ EMMY LOU ".No, I don't object to paying my own way, Alvin — it's YOURS I don't want to pay for!" GRIN AND BEAR IT "After Hie woy you fouled up my school homework., how do I know you'll woke a slugger ouI- of me, Pop?..." MR. BREGER ,jand watch out for that ship behind JPU t^." ! I BUZ SAWYER / HEY! \ /WHATTHE 3 * HECK?.'... \ \ 20RKA'S t BAGS ARE •WELL! THIS |S STRANGE. ZORKA'S NOWHERE ABOUT... AND THE OUTER HALL POOR WAS OPEN. Breeze thru Summer in Bailey's superbly airy-coolness of ARROW'S "Bi-way" Shirts. MARY WORTH I'VE BTOUCHT YOUR FATHER- • A YOUNG MAN WHO REFUSES TO LEAVE THE CORRIDOR OUTSIDE YOUR OOOR--ANO TWO COLLEAGUES A5CON5ULTANT5! t«AM£ HOME AND- -TRtBO 63 xjjj POOR,F00USftCH1iD! YOU etepWO BTE.RNIW IMTO-- H SHOULD HAVE.TOLDSCWEOWE! 6VERV»A9tEFTTOME,MR5.) CAUGHT IN TIME.THE5ETHIN65 .' 1 DCN'T WAMT LIFE TOj ARE OISABLE!- - - AT THE VERY !... [ WANTED ITJsr LEAST, YOU COULD HAVE SHARED WITH A BANS! rfiSb, XXK AWFUL BURDEN--AND — ^ ,-,-«.„ -^ roONDPEACEOFMIND! /, LITTLE ABNER THE CAR'S .TV WARN'T Y-YOURS" J IT NICE o' * •'•*•••****• >L lit I * -T-i I'LL NEVER D-DRIVE AGAIN. OH,V/HERE'S THE NEAREST SANATORIUM? WANTA I (-/CAN'TSEE RIDE, 4. W THOUTMY GLASSES, EABV? T ^i^T//WOW/xl NO SENSE ME HAILJN' NO CAB. THEY dEST DON'T STOP FO'ME.'.' ) PRETTV VATO INSULT A LADM?' NANCY I LOST. MY „ WATCH— I'LL PUT AN AD IN THE PAPER IS THIS THE NEWSPAPER OFFICEE ? I'D LIKE TO PUT AN AP IN YOUR PAPER BY THE WAY—HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY N\E FOR A NEWS ITEM'? STRICTLY BUSINESS "Watch this!" STRICTLY RICHTER © mi. Kin 6 ftuui "But the vet said to see YOU!" CUTIES "We're gradually getting our employees accustomed to the old-fashioned idea of a 'work break'!" DOTTY DRIPPLE I'M HERE FOR BUPPY'S BIRTHDAY PARTY- 8UT THAT WAS YESTERDAY, MISSV—YOU WERE HERE — REMEMBER ? SURE.' BUT I'M HUNGRY AGAIN/ GRANDMA MV LAND. I SHOULD O KNOWN BETTER THAN T STEP IN A PATCH O' CUOVER.. .. AS I WALK ABOU1 BAREFOOT AN 1 ... U-M-M//HOWI LOVE TH'FEEL O'TH 1 FRESH,

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