Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 12, 1957 · Page 45
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 45

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Thursday Evening, December 12, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Twenty-one RIP KIRBY CALL rot'. N& WORK TOMORROW. IF TEPSEES I HAVE OTHER INTERESTS HE MAY SIVE UP; <?OOP NISHT. ??.1S Y - lp THERE'S 1 CAN , TO HELP SOLVE THW LITTLE THE STUPIO, LET ME KNOW. KERRY DRAKE FOR HOURS AFTER •PITTO' LEAVES, GAYLOUP WEBSTERJtt SITS TERROR - STRICKEN IN HIS OFFICE/ MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M. D. WOW! THAT'LL WAKE IT INTERESTING! WERE COMES I VEAH! WE'LL BE THEOTHKR •) ALL SET IN A CAR! y MINUTE NOW! OH, IT'S WXJ, HALLIGAM ! I'M SURE GLAP XOU WHAT'S UP ? &. GOT HERE FAST! IM GOING TO MEET THE BARTON DAME.' I SHOULD BE BACK IN A COUPLE OF HOURS / IF YOU'RE KOT BETTER BY THEN, I'LL CAU. SOMEBODY IN TO TAKE A LOOK )=/ THE WAY I FEEL I AT YOU .' Av-J PONT CARE NOT VERY WELL .' PID I HEAR YOU ON THE PHONE A MOMENT AGO.,, OR WAS I DREAMING ? OR. MORGAN CALLEP ANO SAIO HE WOULPN'T BE ABLE TO SEE YOU TOPAY....THAT HE HAP TO GO OUT OF 1OWN / ^ WP-. s';!S I FEEL WORSE THAN I DID YESTERDAY HOW DO VOU FEEL THIS MORNING, CLEO J CALL ANYBODY OR NOT / TIZZY "Love is a wonderful thing! I've been reading up on it!" GRIN AND BEAR IT I'm n errtt mindtd u wiyont... but I tarf wt'rt *•• JMKA tfnw *• ctr/c tHtin tni not «wush tim* to tht iff tin of t^titt attmbtri..— MR. BREGER "Guess he's probably a comedian ..." BUZ SAWYER , ZORKA AMD1 ^ALI, ARRIVE BACK I AT CVRE.ME. j GLAP YOU'RE HERE, FOX. I HAVE BUSINESS TO PISCUSS WITH YOU AT ONCC. PK1MQ SA'MVER WITH XOU D FOR PETE'S SAKE, SAWYER. GIVE ME THE WORW WAVAL INTELLIGENCE IS REALLY POURINA IT ONFORTHEPOFE ON ZORKA. WHAT PIP YOU F1NP OUT? Bailey's HOLIDAY DRESS BLUE the handsomest suit shade you can wear. MARY WORTH IT MIGHT BE EA5IER FOR.VOU TO REAOTHI5---THAN FOR ME 10 EXPLAIN WHY HE, LEFT.' IF YOU REALLY WANT ME TO-?. HE---DII5N'T5TAY,M'L(« ...AFTEIl HE--FOUND SOMETHING IN THAT MA.3A7INE! ATTHeRI5KOF 5EEMINQTOTALK.IN SHOW TITLK, AUNT MARY-.-"WHERE'S CHARLIE ? " I KNEWlOU'DHIDDEM SOMETHING LIKE.THI5IN . THEMAQA7INE,M'LI55» AND I TRIED TO KEEP CHARLES FROM FINDN^ IT) , FUNNY!:..THETRUTH , 15 —ISUE55 —I WANTED HIM TO FIND IT! S ^f* * " <>< 'i<^; ""^fff- V'*™ -^ f3S$SfS?Se LITTLE ABNER BUTTON NER }/ MIND IF I TRY ON ) THIS OUTFIT O' *l READ PAPERS ">, VOURS, HONEV ? EVEN OUT HERE J IT MIGHTMAKEA VA KNOW.'.' ,—-f CUTE PLAVSUIT, IN ~^ THAT'S .JH HIM, 1NTHE. I V WIND' 1V NANCY \ At ( NANCY, WHERE ARE YOU TAKING- THAT I JUST DISCOVERED THERE ARE' \3 PEOPLE AT MY PARTY STRICTLY BUSINESS 'I still say he's got a chew of tobacco behind that beard!" STRICTLY RICHTER CUTIES IfrIZ 10 'iMf'xlXD'rUTURU tlYHDICATE. IM, WOULD. WGKT1 ttl »VKa "Alice, if you're picking up your mother to stay with us for a month, please pi:ck up a box of 100 aspirins -for: me/' DOTTY DRIPPLE , DAPDY— AW DOMESTIC SCIENCE COURSE IS THRILLING/ SWAT'S THIS ? ) .vouitHOME GRANDMA GRANDMA, TH'KIDS ARE COMIN 1 OVERT' YOUR HOUSE FOR A LITTLE SOCIAL CALL THIS AFTERNOON/ TMANKS FOR LETTIN' ME KNOW.WINFRED/ I'LL BE EXPECTIN" EM.'.' I2-I2 THERE// EVERyTHING THAT BREAKABLE, LOCKED IN TH 1 CELLAR...AN'A CHAIN ON TH' -• REFRIGEPATQg/ L-ET'EMCOME'

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