Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 13, 1957 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

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Thursday Evening, June 13, 1957 RIP KIRBY THIS FORMATION LOOKS PROMISING I MUST REMEMBER TO DISCOUNT COSMIC RAYS AND ALL THAT SORT OP BALPERPA5H INTO TOWN. MAYBE I CAN RUSTLE UFA TENDERFOOT SS k PROSPECTOR '/ <V AND STEER " HIM OUT \THIS WAY:., I'LL PUT A BIS HUNK OF URANIUM ORE RISHT ON TO?! BELLE. NOW , . THIS IS THE HOTTEST SPOT OUTSIPE 1 HOPE YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE POINS, STOGIE... ANP IF YOU DO, IT'LL BE THE FIRST TIME. WHERE \ ARE YOU J 6OINS -C NOW? / Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune KERRY DRAKE SERSEANT/I CAN'T TELL YOU HOW I APPRE- CIA DON'T TRY,PRANK/ WE HAVE TO HURRY ALONG TO THE LINE-U 0 ' KERRY REQUESTED IT, MALONE / ..SAID YOUR WIFE.. HOPED YOU TWO COULP WORK TDSETHER / ANYHOW.. THIS I'LL SAY.' THE LUCKIEST DAY OF MY LIFE WAS WHEN I MET MINPY.'.. BUT THE SECOND LUCKIEST WAS WHEN SHE MET YOUi YOU MEAN.. I'M TO TEAM UP WITH SGT. DRAKE?..I NEVER EXPECTED A BREAK , LIKE TKIS,CHIEF/ MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M. D: DON'T GO UP TO TME HOUSE! THE GUV I WANT TO SEE IS THE CHAUFFEUR -AND THE GARAGE IS PRCBABLV IN THE REAR! you DON'T V MO! THE CAR, IS IN WANT ME > THE GARAGE, SO HE TO WAIT ? /( MUST BE AROUNP SOME1WERE! BOY-O-BOY! THIS is SOME PLACE! YES, EXCEPT IN MY CASE, THAT STATEMENT WOULP BE TRUE LITERALLY/ WE'VE ALL dor A FEW SKELETONS IN THE CLOSET, KEITH ' NOT SURE I'LL COME BACK/ A PRETTY PAN6EROLI& WOMAN.' IF I'M NOT CAREFUL, I M6HT START TELLIN6 YOU MY RATHER UNSAVORY UFE'S HISTORY/ AND THERE'S NOTHING I'D ENJOY MOKE, MELISSA — FUT I'VE PR, MOK&AN'S PRACTICE TO TAKE CARE OF.' WHEN WILLJL SEE KIU A&AIN J £« PART OF HIS PRACTICE, KNOW A CUP OF TEA ISN'T SOMETHING TO 6ULP POWN AND RUN/ SHOULD SIT AND RELAX WITH IT, KEITH cAveu.' EMMY LOU "I keep thinking it's Tony Curtis who's calling for me tonight instead of Alvin, and it makes all this seem worth-while!" GRIN AND BEAR IT •^ "You think wo can find time for another summer job, Otis?.,. besides keeping our mothers occupied? . . . M MR. BREGER BUZ SAWYER /GOOP HEAVENS,WlftN! THE ROOM'S V LITTERCB WITH SUSPICIOUS ^- ' EVIDENCE.' COME NOW, WHY SHOULCM7 20RKA IE WE SUDDENLY FOR MADRID WHILE YOU WERE our TO DINNER? T SEE NO EVIDENCE MERE TO AROUSE SUSPICION. THE HALL DOOR WAS OPEN! A CIGARETTE WAS BURNING ONTHEKUG!...ZORKA'S DRINK UNTOUCHEP/'ANPTHIS PLUG-IN TELEPHONE WAS . DISCONNECTED. BUT THERE'S NO REAL SIGN | COMPOUND OF A STRUGGLE... NO / IT, OFFICER! BIOOD- NO MOTIVES; / EVERYTHING POINTS TO FOUL PLAY! How light-footed Dad can be in Bailey's CROSBY strawed-nylon Shoes, $13.95! MARY WORTH HOW LOVELY"! LOOK, / SEPTEMBER! HAWD- **~\ :MBROIDERED HANKIE*!/ DON'T FU550VEKME! n &%£££& ' I'M FINE! IT'S RIDICULOUS • •THAT DOCTOR.THINK.IMG I NEEDED A VACATION ATTHE5EA5HORE! I BOT THEY'RE POSITIVELY BREATH-TAKINfi. 1 — ESPECIALLY THE ONE ON THE BOTTOM! LITTLE ABNER lEXTRA WAR DEPi: REFUSES TO ORDER TROOPS INTO CENTRAL PARK!! "In my opinion" »ay» Secretary of Defense "the Lizard of OOJEC is unkillable. The beat th« Armed Might of the U.S.A. can do ia contain the monater in Central Park, and itarv« it to death". IRREOARDLESS//- THET LIZARD AN'ME IS GONNA MEET, MANI-TO-MAKJ, IN A FIGHT TOTH' DEATH rr BUT ITLl- /TWON'X BE S.DEARIE!.' YORE DEATH, LI'L ABNER.'/ -ON ACCOUNT THIS ISTH' TIME T* USE TH'VOKUM FAMBLY SKCRET WEAPON"—WHICH MEVAH WAS USED BEFO', BECUZ WE NEVAH FACED NOTHIM' LIKE NANCY THANK G-OODNESS THE RODEO IS IN TOWN STRICTLY BUSINESS "Well, well, J.B., old buddy, who over thought I'd meet you in that joint last night, pal?" STRICTLY RICHTER "Wake up! You've missed the 8:28, the 8:36 and th« 9:10." CUTIES "You'll be happy if you start out by winning all arguments—and if he strikes you, don't be too proud to clap him in jail." DOTTY DRIPPLE MY HANDS ARE -*-^ WET, BLH7PV--SEE IF WILBERT CAN •* REAP VOUR BOOK TO YOU—- THAT'S KID STUFF, BUPPV— BUT COMS HERE AM7 I'LL GIVE VOU AW OWN ABC'S/ 6-it A is FOR ALLOWANCE, B is FOR BEBOP C is FOR CONVERT IBUE P is FOR PATE— GRANDMA GOLLY, GRANDMA. ISN'T YOUR SB^CE HELMET KINDA HOT IN SUCH WARM WEATHER? YEAH, BUT I'VE JUST GOTTA WEAR IT// IYA SEE, r PLUMB FORGOT T'oo T' MARKET:../ 6-13 BEFORE: ATE A BIG MESS -DELICIOUS GREEN ONIONS/

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