Monday Evening, December 23, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven RIP KIRBY OH, HE'S BEEN 1 SHOT.' BUT HOW ?!...! PON'T LWPEKSTANP... MAYBE 1 JUST MASINEP I ^ARP A SHOT. BETTER SO UP UNO (TALL FOR HONEY NOW.. fifiW HONEY, A SILENT SWITCH OF KIFLES TAKES PLACE.' KERRY DRAKE COME ON, SILLY' NOTHING WILL SITE YOU: SAHARA/ NO.'.. lET'S WHY. DARLING LARSEN STORE WONDERFUL TO SHOP. NOT SO IN THERE.' WE'RE ALMOST TO THE BOTTOM OF OUR LIST. SAYLORD/.. WITH LUCK, THIS WILL BE OUR LAST S MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M. D. ITS A GOOP THING WILIP ISN'T UP VET!) -THUS SHER1FFFINM DIP THE \ IF HE'P HEARD THAT, ENTIRE NATION AGREAT SERVICE ) HIS HEAP WOULD WHENHEPUTAPANGEROUS < HAVE SWOLLEN CR1MIMAL LIKE"REP"BLEEPERS k ANOTHER THREE BEHIND BARS! /^w^v^ INCHES! HIGH! 142-23 lET'S HOPEflE'tLBE IF VEftM? WE'RE WCKt SO BUSY POIM' ^S HAPPENED SO LAST-WINUTE SHOPPING I CLOSE TO . WAT HE WON'T HAVE/.CHRISTMAS! THEMVOONO,ANNIE-I WONT BE/KNOW THE BOVS HOME FOR \ AT CLANCY'S ARE LUNCH I ANXIOUSLY -OR < WAITING TO HEAR SUPPER? I ALL TOE DETAILS! THIS 15 DR. MORGAN / IS THAT WU, CUEO ? 'LEA5E...CAN *3« &PEAK A UTTLE LOUPER ? I CANT- HEAR VOS / I MW BE WRONG BUT THIS SOUNP& LIKE ON THE PHW6....AMP I'P SAY THAT SHE'S MORE PEAP THAN AUVE / TIZZY "No, this isn't the Juvenile Detention Center, ' close!" GRIN AND BEAR IT y .... Lot of oddballs walking Hie streets, Clancy!... Today a couple of them asked roc for on oll-grccn Oiris ECONOMICAL DELAY NEW YORK- (UP)—Patience pays off, a delighted Christmas shopper reported today. He was about to S'vc up in his efforts to attract the attention of a harried department store clerk to pay for the two battery-operated airplanes he had selected and held in his •o Take home a box of refreshing, delicious Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. It's a healthful treat the Whole family will enjoy. hands. A second clerk walked up ^o him, took thr planes from him marked each down from $5 to $2.50 and handed them back. ZHUKOV REPLACED LONDON (UP) — Russia re placed ousted Marshal Georg Zhukov in the party Presidium to day with a local Communist lead or from Central Asia. The partj reshuffle was announced on th eve of the Supreme Soviet's De cember session. DEPLETING AFFECTION WEST UNION, Iowa (UP) — James Lyons, 70, told authentic why he gave large sums of money including his last $10, to Virg Dunn who told him "hard luc stories." "I kinda like him, Lyons said. BUZ SAWYER raUDDENW tfHE OP THE WV9"PgQ6 ME'N \S SEIZED W FRO M BE «,MD. ^ MEYrsHE , S60TABW *»<< FR1ENPJ... COME BACK HERE, SISTER/ /WE CAUGHT AHOY! WASWHPIVER GIVE US )/ SNOOPlWG y I AROUHD OUR \^" STRICTLY BUSINESS Christmas pleasants! Bailey's GIFT CERTIFICATES for ,the hard to please. MARY WORTH ! WIDE FROM MAVBCBCDI/V^IV , WJINED HOSE AND FRAO, MAY BE SERIOUSLY/ DlfiNITY, I'M QUITE ALL UIIDTI , =-, ^. RiaHT,VOUNfi/vlAN! LITTLE ABNER ??-THERE'SA \ SCRAWNVOLD I HAG, AMP J SOMETHING \ THAT LOOKS UKEABIL-LV-/ GOAT HESTtV FIRST MALE VOKUM . LI'L ABNER'S < EVER. >A-COOKIW;AM') DONE A-SARVIN' yTHET.V J DAISV M.AE.7 BUT NOT TH'tAST, YO'LAZV LI'L VARMINTJT MAMMY AH' ; VISITORS!.' -OR WHATEVER l/VAS'M. •VOUR. WIFE'S 4 'T' 1 - 1 -' STUPID MAME A BUST IS-WANTS V EM \ THAR TOGO.AWAV, /• LI'L AND NEVER X HEARTS-COME BACK."/ •wNfc : ^^.,, ^ '^^ NANCY THAMK YOU, LARRY I JUST REMEMBERED I LEFT THE WATER RUNNING IN THE BATHTUB r? n 1 WlSWSWSiWSWr-i*---- "A simple, respectful greeting Is sufficient, Mervin- besides, the Christmas bonuses already are set!" STRICTLY RICHTER "Oh, I'm not buying anything, George—I just love to push and shove in these crowds!' CUTIES ^ n a 12-23 © ISS7, Ktaj ralurB^njiciR, Int., Woild ti£kts rtltTOl "I have nothing against smoking. I'm just not a joiner." DOTTY DRIRPLE 1 SUPPOSE VOU CAN J HARDUV PR/>>e VOUR- > SELF TO THE OFFICE TOPA-V, HORACE — OH, NO, POTTV—ITS THE OFFICE PARTY TOPAX POTT**— FUN, PANCINQ MISTLETOE- GRANDMA HECK, NO/ THESE APPLES ARE ALL FOR TEACHER /J— I'VE GOTTA OET BETTER GRAPES SOME WAY//— : - AH .TAKISJ' ALL YOUR LITTLE SCHOOL CHUMS A TREAT,EH?
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