Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 24, 1957 · Page 17
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 17

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, June 24, 1957
Page 17
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Monday Eveawig, June 24, 1357. RIP KIRBY AH, SPIENPIC" THE MONEYS HERE. NOW TO BUY THAT URANIUM-PACKED LAMP BJOW MR ANP MttS. NASH... HERE IS MY */3,3l3.B FOR YOUR PROPERTY, MR. NASH. I HOPE YOU REALIZE YOU MAY BE SSiLINS OUT TOO CHEAPLY, I'LL TAKE A CHANCE ON THAT, MR. PESMONP. MICKEY FINN I YK. HE'S BACK! , SURE! WE WON'T HEAR A PEEP OUT OF HIM ALL SUMMER! WE'VE GOT COOKED UP FOR HIM WILL CORK HIM OFF FAST? THEM YOU WON'T BE \ NO, WCHAEL! I'VE GOT DOWN TO THE OFFICE 1 TOO MUCH TO TELL THE TOWY, UNCLE PHIL?/ GUYS AT CLANCY'S-AHO I KNOW THEV'RE ANXIOUSLY WAI TINS.TO HEAR EVERY WORD.' BE OVER IN A FEW MINUTES! KERRY DRAKE Logansport, Kdiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventeen X.-I'MMMMABU, PARLIN3.' WHAT ON EARTH HAS HAPPENED, '..ARE WJOW SOMETHINIS, KfRRy' I FORSOT TO FAY THE SAS BILL , FOR JUST A SPLIT-SECOND THEY PIPN'T WANT TO CALL YOU TO THE PHONE, \ YOU ALL RI6HT, PKRUNS.. BUT.. I MAP SL, HONEY? TO TALK TO YOU.' ANP THEY'VE TURNEP IT OFF ANP DINNER IS RUINED/ Sffi&'SK&E&S" REX MORGAN, M. D. KEITH CAVELL'S UNPREDICTABLE BEHAVIOR CONTINUES AS HE CALLS OH MELISSA AT THREE O'CLOCK IN THE MOKNIW6 AMP THEM WLLS ASLEEP OM THE PAVENPORT' I WOULPNT WANT THE HEAP HE'S SOIMG TO HAVE IN THE MORNING .' 5 1 PONT UKE WAK1N6 HOW AT THIS HOUR — BUT IF DR. CAVELL HAS MORNIN& OFFICE HOURS, YCH)t> BETTER CANCEL THEM.' EMMY LOU "He's the perfect date while I'm waiting to make up with Alvin .,. This way I won't get too spoiled!" GRIN AND BEAR IT Eddie Cavdnough, 70, Of Radio Fame, Dies CHICAGO (UP) — Kddle Cavanaugh, 70, of the "Eddie and Fannio Cavanaugh" song and variety programs that began in the oarly days of Chicago radio, died at a hospital Friday as the result of jn- Enjoy alight | Between-Meal Treat... » ChewrefresMng,delKiou» § Wrigley'» Spearmint Gunu juries suffered in a fall. Ho is survived by Fannie, his wife. C.wanaugh fell last week fr-om a ladder at the Cavunaughs' home here, and fractured his skull. The Cavanaughs began their radio careers in March, 1922, on Station KYW. Tlroy were in the programs of numerous other Chicago stations and in 1054 said that since their start they had boon on the air a total of a,:!00 hours. Wedding rings are placed on the third finger of the left hand because of an old Egyptian belief that a nerve ran from that finger to tho heart. Warren G. Harding ia the only man who went direct from the Senate to the Presidency. In a 20-mile race, a man would win over a horse because of his endurance. BUZ SAWYER ..- - , , WHY, SO IT HAS.',,.HOW OlSftPPEAREaV YOU CAM RELAX, PEARWY, -— m ENJOYTHE UOSPIWUTf OF THE YACHT. MIDNIGHT -if JW SETTlrte Ladies, jet in swim shape with Bailey's JANTZEN built in flattery. MARY WORTH TEtLME,MI55<JUI6GLE"- ARE THERE A GOOD MANY-OTHERS-IM THM HOUSE? •»UMEAN-.TH05E UP THERE?..COME AROUND EVERY SUMMER AND FACE AWAY EVERY FALL.'-.. BUT FAY NO MINO TO THE GOSSIP AROUND THE VILLAGE, fflP.O YOU'LL FIND 'EM JUST UKE PEOPLS., ONCE. YOU GET USED TO "EMJ y|f! | BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES! A LEMON WORTH LITTLE ABNER SORFCV, GENTLEMEN,'/ SOMETHING RCAUUV IMPORTANT HAS <JUST TURNED UPff— Mb NOW, AT UAST, WIUU FlEveAU MY PLAN NANCY f OH, DEAR —MY DOG RAN T V'lNTO THAT BUILDING J CUTIES STRICTLY BUSINESS "All the same I wish just once he'd give you a raise instead!" STRICTLY RICHTER "You'll REALLY have to rush now—your train left ten minutes ago." DOTTY DRIPPLE HORACE, VOU SHOULD 6ET OUT FOR SOME EXERCISE, LOSE A LITTLE OP THAT WEI3HT/ I'P LIKE TO PLAV SOME BASEBALL, DOTTY-BUT THE KIPS WON'T PLAV WITH ME // GRANDMA SURE, HORACE, I'LL BLOW UP YOUR BALLOON FOR VOU// THERE YA ARE.OL'-TIMER; NOW YOU HAVE A NICE.r BIG BALLOON AGAIM//r- J

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