Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 20, 1957 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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Tfiursday Evening, June 20, 1957. RIP KIRBY I CAN'T BELIEVE I'VE • THERES URANIUM / CHECKEP HERE, MR. PBSMONK THAT OF YOURS MUST'VE SOT /RBCHECKED TOO NEAR A . ,~_ t __-^'rr. HERE, LISTEN lOCOJlYE£17...i . "CC Cro THESE CLICKS... YOU MUST DO SOMETHING \ SHUCKS, I ABOUT THIS PISCOVERY / DON'T KNOW RISHT AWAY, MR. NASH. /NOTHIN 1 ABOUT THERE MAY BE A ./MINING. I'P FORTUNE WAITING (NEVER SET AROUND TO BE UNEARTHED.. ./TO DO ANYTHING... I WOULDN'T WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE CFYOL/--OR I'P, OFFER. TO BUY YOUR CLAIM. MICKEY FINN ITS A LONG HAUL TVOU PON'r HAVE TO OUT TO DALLYDALE, WORRy ABOUT ME, A6NEW - OVER / SHERIFF -JUST SIT NARROW COUNTRV \ BACK THERE ANP ROAPS! SOPRIVE V«-\ RELAX! VERY CAREFULLY! W£U / S'LO«S,*IOOHEy! \ THANKS,PHIL! I'LL AND I CERTAINLY WISH KERRY DRAKE Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuna HENRY SAIP HE WAS ... SUPERSTITIOUS WE'LL DO OUR BEST TO -"vABOUT PHOTOS,SOT. FIND THE MAN WHO RO886D \ PRAKE/..THOUGH I YOU,MISS RANSOM., BUT IT I DID GIVE HIM Ol WOULD HELP IF WE HAD ./ OF MINE .. WITH PICTURE.' *—-**&. WRITING C WHAT WAS SHE THINKING OF, KERRY ?...A HI6HLY INTELLIGENT WOMAN LIKE HER, HANDING OVER HER LIFE'S SAVINGS TO A STRANGER.' SHE WAS THINKING, OF MARRIAGE, FRANK./.. WHEN YOU'RE ON IN LIFE • AND YOU GO HOME NIGHT AFTER NISHT TO AN EMPTY APARTMENT WOULDN'T UNDER STAND REX MORGAN, M. D. THAT I DIP ~ Birr WHEN I PROVE IN I HAPNTT BE6N DRINWN&; NOW THAT I?VE ' EMMY LOU "But, dear—Daddy doesn't consider a white fur jacket as one of the bare essentials of life!" GRIN AND BEAR IT v... And if anyone V/QS listening to what her husband said about economy the la$r time she went shopping, we'll put it in a tatter to our Conarcssman!..." MR, BREGER "Sometimes I think you make my lunches too big...' BUZ SAWYER BRING '•' WE'RE TYIN8 TOE SCOUHWKL-W HIM UP, SIR, TO ME! /^ HE FIGHTS LIKE A TIGER. HE WAS EAVESDROPPING AT THE SkyUSHT, SIR. J CAUGHT A PROWLER SNEAKING ABOARD THE YACHT. WHAT'S ALL THE UPROAR! Away from home a man's best Mend is his DOPP-KIT. See them at Bailey's. MARY WORTH TELL ME THB IS WHERE Ml« • QUISLE UVB, ISKI'TIT LITTLE ABNER SEEP-'TWARN'T 'NUFFOFA SHE JEST DIDN'T UNNERSTAN'. CAIN'T USE THIS "WEAPON ON MO MERE MAN-KI \WILD BOAR.'.' EEMERGENCVT'USETH' 'SECRET WEAPOM? AH WARNT DAMAGED ATALL/y- THIS GOTTA E>£ USED TO LICK TH' MONSTER WHAT LICKED TH 1 U.S. ARMV.'.' NANCY NANCY NEVER HELPS WITH THE HOUSEWORK ANV MORE AUNT FRITZI--- MA.Y I USE THE GIDDYAP, HORSIE "When I urged employes to cultivate a hobby, Argyle, I didn't mean in the office!" STRICTLY RICHTER "Call it mind over matter, but wearing this infant bonnet helps me sleep like a baby." CUTIES "It couldn't be anemia, Doctor. It's just that I have no ' make-up on." DOTTY DRIPP-LE VES, SIR—WOULD VOU LIKE THE REGULAR SIZE? — MM-^AAVBE I SHOULD PICK UP A JIGSAW PUZZLE FOR THE GRANDMA I MUSTN'T FORGET T' ' .STOP AT QRANDMA'S/, WAV I HAVE ANOTHER SQUIRT O'YOUR NEW PERPUME LIKE YOU GAVE ME LAST WEEK, GRANDMA? (— THAT'S TH' BEST STUFF T' KEEP TH' BUGS OFF WHEN YOU'RE FISHINW

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