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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957 THE PHAHOS-TKEBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAOE TWKNTY-Tinim RIP KIRBY IH A SLOOWf CORNER OP TffE ZOOM, K/RBY BENPS OVER THE KEYBOARD FOR A STRANGE MUSICAL TASK. SIIK IS WATCHINS ME SO CLOSELY. I'M AFPAIP HE SUSPECTS I'M UP TO SO.YIETHINS... CHARMING/ ONE 5ELPOM FINPS SUCH BEAUTY COMBINEP WITH TALENT/ MICKEY FINN Z-l S-ST/LL J TfifXef COMtfll 0-POAI'r— A flGHT FKOJH STAGE! MUUBLE-MVHBiE- MUMBLE-JUMBLS —MUMBLC — t-IPON'TH-HEAR W S-SSH! THEY'RE A-ANYTHtfJG. M VERY FAINT S-STEVE! <fe3Ss. TONIGHT! 1 " ' ^ KERRY DRAKE SOOC.'CAN , I HELP IK HJltt «LCO«, SST. WAKE.' 1»WY, SAHARA? OU'Re THE VERY ONE TO ARRIVE/ , I..IU. HAVE NO CCA T.tL THtY AU. 6CT REX MORGAN, M. D. PERHAPS IT WOIM.P BE WISE ] you TO GIVE me VOUR PHONE NOWvfcER SO I MIGHT CHECK ON yCHJR PROGRESS FROAft TIME TO TIWE ' , BUT I OONT FHINK THAT'S FAIR ...I SHOULD PLEASE, THINK NOTHING OF IT ! HOWEVER, I WOULP tIKE TO SEE «>U IN A FEW DAYS ANOTHER INTERVIEW, WIISS PRESCCtT.' tXPBNSIVE ) LETS MOT WORRY IS THI6 /ABOUT THAT, MEDICINE ^ PRESCCTT/ I WANT OF YOURS, J XDU TO HAVE PROFESSOR ?/ THEKV FREE Of -CHARSE .,..*& A GIFT .' CERTAIN!.*, PROFESSOR.. EMMY LOU "Poor Gregory can only go steady on Monday. His allowance doesn't last more than one day!" GRIN AND BEAR IT "Look on the bright side, dear!... Junior's dad his license suspended!" MR. BREGER "And there goes McKloskey of State College over for another touchdown and more pro offers..,!" BUZ SAWYER LATER: 2 N i_8?"£ AH, SUTMT HORSE IS STRONGS*.' I'M BEGINNING TO CAIN ON HIM. HASHI'S HORSE IS FASTER.' HE'S PULLING AWAY FROM ME. ASHI DISCOVERS THAT HE IS BEING PURSUED. Be Bailey's Guest at the colorful parade of EAGIES Clothes of urtara elegance. MARY WORTH HE STAYED tN THE "~ ~ ~) XJU'RE A DEVOTED JANITOItt CLOSET TILL I MADe / WATCHDOG, FRIEDA MW IMKiO GO AWAV! BUT X I WONDER THetteH HOW IT W« ACL05E BCAFE/MIK \ft l^SralETUKE 1 MORRIS! -,^^^1 MINE CAN BE KEPT? TOHy.'WU •^*Y" a ^ E "WESOMETHINaTO HANDSOME TRAMrt JEMDORSE, FOR A FEEJ WHAT CAN I DO * ...ANYTHING FROM A .. FOR VOU? "I--f COFFIN TO A COUCH 5YRU« / * ^ MY LA5T WIFE, ALAS.HAi STOPPED SUPPORTING MEJ LITTLE ABNER (AN'THAR'S >->. f -SCUSEME, * NOTHIN'MORE I ^ MAMMV-XVM IS RELIABLE ON J EARTH, CUSS ) IT.?"—- VO DONE GIVE ME YORE WORD//-TH'WORD OF BUT; HE'S ONLV V'ARSOLD -A MERE CHILE.? FRACTION RUNNIM'.? UI-9 NANCY B/LL.S, BILLS, BILLS, BILLS. BILLS I'LL TRY TO FORG-ET HOW BROKE I AM STRICTLY BUSINESS "Miss Sponson! You can't quit nowl" STRICTLY RICHTER 6 W7, KINS JTATU1M SYWHCATC. l«, WOUO MGICn MSU1V». certainly will, Operator ... I haw wery of holding on." CUTIES "You'll have a long wait. Would you like to read tfa« works of Shakespeare?" DOTTY DRIPPLE VES-WE'RE THE RAIDERS, MR. DRIPPLE/ AW WHAT A TOU6H BUNCH OF COWBOYS/ GRANDMA GRAN DM A, MAY . WE HAVE A CUP O' YOUR P^EAL. STRONG COFFEE? OUR FOUNTAIN PENS/

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