Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 10, 1957 · Page 50
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PAGE TWENTY-TWO THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PEESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957 OUT OUR WAY By J. R Williams &. *g* '^»%^ YOU DOGGOME PUPP'M HEAP/ YOU .SAWDUST PUMMY/ PIP'M' SHE SMILE AT VAf WHUT MORE CO YA, WAMTT WHV DIDM' YA SAY, "MAV I CARRY •tfOUR BUNDLES?" ER DO SUMP'M STIPPA STAWWIM' LIKE A BIS YAWP.' A AH— YABIS CLAM.' GITT'N REP ALL OVEHR xXW CAN'T THINK O' NDTHIM 1 T'SAV.' 1 ~ COULP PUMCH YA RIGHT IN TK SMOOT, I = IT "" ~ WASM' KIMPA. CKA1Y T'PUKICH VERSELF; I MISHT YIT.' f-~ m KAI MOMEWT5 WEV LIKE TO LIVE OVER By Jimmy Hatlo Theyll Do It Every Time PUZZLE PICTURE WHICH ONE OF THESE CLOCKS! DO >OU THINK IS RIGHT ? ANSWER SVM aaoioy N3hw do sv awu. 03tmo>/aoivAbas9o -WWMO HOIMN33ilO 3HJ-OJ.:5NIOaOOO/ —MONX i,Naia no/, di sf isnrjs OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople ^^Z^^r, -..rn^, ^T-OP| ftlJl 0 ! 5 ^^ 8 ™™?* ^ f^TSc^^ ^ —VOU MUST BE COUSlM DAIS/ T AUANTIC CnY-~X KMovJ SCMEt30Oy SAtD LOOkEt) Like /VW HliSSAlvlD HARVEy"/—WHY oo a> T L nni^pn CERTAIN! OLD MEAMIES HAMS TO Iff 5,™°*^ 60 AfJDUNDTEVJNSTo HOETMlCB^ ^ f LOOK Ot^& R ' J8& '" (HI '•&& . ».(. V.8. ^M. Of. « T fcjf KCA **r>lM, 1H» ^TAR.T OP A e&AOTlFUL, STEVE CANYON By Milton Coniff 1 WALKED INTO AN » CO FLY YoUK Y THINK WE SHOULD ASK OFFICERS' WIVES CW& TIN BIEOS | THBM to SPEAK t/P?^ PARTY THERE'P BE MOBE AND STAY TEA SPILLSP THAU THAT OUT OF MY N16HT IN B<35TON! ^r LIFE.' «3UteE A BOOB ANO l' MAKRI6P YOU TO HIDE , FROM THE.FOUCE-BUT INPEX! 1 THEY CAWSHT UP WTIH ME.'- NOW I'M STUCK HERE WITH YOU UNTIL FREB? I CANT SHOW AMYWHER6 OUTRIDE THIS HOUSE.' EVEIN THE AIR. FORCE tCIIJS WOUU3 BE STAEIN6 AN&SNICfc- EEIN6 BECAUSE THEY KNOW ALL ABOUT ME.' MIS4ED A COUPLE OF WORDS IN THAT LAST SENTENCE! THIS PLAC6 IS WORSE BOOTS By Edgar Martin BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker . RECIPE SOUNPS SIMPLE ...PLOLE BAKE ft LITTLE CAKE WHILE COOKIE IS SONE. HEtU. NEVEE KNOW THE PIFFERENCE /^ I'LL PUT > THEFLOUEIM 'I MAYBE YOU • SHOUU7A WAITED TILL I PUT THE WATER IN THE FLOUR BEFORE YOU BEAT IT, BEETLE HENRY By Carl Anderson MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli TRY "CLAUPE 5 CHOPPED STEAK SURPRISE MORTV SMACK OH, WE HAP 50ME LEFTOVER FRANKFURTERS MONDAY, AND • VEALCUTLETS TUE5Q4V, AMD A HUNK OF (WAST WEPNE3WY.,. SHI5H KEBAB THURSCWV; HAKEP COPFISH CHILI CON CARNE ON ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin WHYS PCX SUCH A SECRET OUTA. THIS TIME- TRIP HE AN 1 THOT PRIVATE EYE'S fiONEON? YES, 'BUT YOU'LL BE THAT I ALL RIGHT WAS QUITC^ IN A. A JOLT.' J MINUTE OR TWO/ 1 DUNMOj OOP... I NEVER OF HIM TO TAKE SUCH PRECAUTIONS BEFORE. SO THIS IS THE THIRD CENTURY, EH? WHOT KIND OF PEOPLE WIU- WE HN/ETO DEAL WITH? BRITONS- TOUGH, WARLIKE AND QUARRELSOME! PO YOU f VES, TVE SPEAK V BEEN HERE FROM BLONDIE By Chic Young •"HiillllWIIIillliN OF THOSE MORNINGS CANT WAKE UP TAKE HIM HOME AND TELL HIS TO PUT HIM BACK I DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney Trrrrri MANDRAKE By Lee Folk and Phil Davis A GREAT WATERFRONT FIRE STRETCHING FOR AMILE ON THE WHARVES- WE CAN'T STOP THIS FIRE! IT'LL SRREAR PESTROY THE WHOLE C Lithe lines, trim detailing, indicate elegance of Bailey's WING-TIP Shoes, $13.95 CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner "MO...NOBOPV KNtm& I CAWE- ''yOU SAV CAPTAIN^ HERB; WS.WILFONd, W.Y WIFE ANP I PUT OUR L\£T C6WT < INT (MPKOVIMG OUR PLACE'. ^ •IF YOU WU5T HWt y WHY,YOU LITTLE IT TO COMPLETE I PIPSQUEAK! WOBODV MtKEE'S. PLNJT SITE\ DICTATES THEN PAY U5 EWOUSH re>r TO ELL TAK6 VOUK SWW^Py THREATENING TO F -OK.UCITHIHG; T-T BWOSBVOUKCRWE AGWNST MR.YATES! P0(30 By Walt Kelly PWT PffOP TV? m*. N' WHAT HAPPBN6PT& •' M3U PISA»V\AMgNTf JWA5SOIN'TOA«< M3U WHAT SCOTTS SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT S oF CAMBODIA, CA.R.VLD ITS «U5l TACES iidKiS'lkMPu: Afct*. l,0t» JtAM — HOW WA-LKlMCi BILLBOAR.OS AAt POPULAR, IK CHlUESt CfflZS. KILLIOX LU6RICA11D avos.

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