Friday Evening, November 29, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seventeen RIP KIRBY SIRENS FUNGS HERSELF BETWEEN JAMES AND CARTER THAT GUY JAMES HAS SEEN IN MY HAIR LON& ENOUGH. Ill GET HIM FIRST... KERRY DRAKE YOU BET.' CAUGHT KIM REPHANDED, SWIPINC A PAIR OF GtOVES/ SOT HIM LOCKED IN THE, BACK ROOM/' S6T. DRAKE AND DETECTIVE CRAVATTE/ YOU PHONED ABOUT A SHOPLIFTER..? Wt. WeBSTEK.'... THERE MUST BE SOME AMSUNDER' STANDINS- MERE ' MICKEY FINN REX MORGAN, M. D. I-I THINK IT'S T NO, TOM! C-COMING FROM ) IT'S COMING I WMT? OVER ON THAT / FROM UP J i/ST£N' J-Z'M St/RE/r'S COM MS £#OM OME AEDA DE PRETA TOD WASSAMOTTER BLAB NUKKIE ZUP KISKA' \\ HAVE MAW FR1EN05....BUT VOR£ THAN THAT, I WILL BE THE FIRST CONTRIBUTOR WITH glf-TV iTHOUSAHP DOLLARS / ~- THEN tT MUST BE RAISED; PROFESSOR..' DEAR, DEAR MRS. BARTON....IF ONLY I COULP.,.BBT IT WOULD TAKE MANY THOUSANDS OF POLLARS ' 11 MEAN EVERY WORD I SAY, PROFESSOR ! YOU MUST GO ON WITH VOUR GREAT RESEARCH.' TIZZY **H«rbie is wry anxipu* to kiss and make up—^the only ttfl4»bJe.ts we nevar kissed BEFORE we had our (juarrell" GRIN AND BEAR IT Tht first step in selecting o suitable gift for your wife is to stop toying with the idcd that a handy-man toot outfit might be nice!. DOG HE1101NE BOSTON —Mrs. Ann Richards' mongrel, Queenie, is racking up quite a record as a fire heroine. Last March the dog's barks woke members of 10 families in a blazing South End tenement house and all escaped unharmed. The other day fire again broke out in the building, and again it was Queen- r After j EveiyMeal i 3 Chew Wrigley's Spearmint ] to freshen taste— sweeten ie's barks that roused the occu pants and enabled them to get ou safely. DARTMOUTH HELPS HANOVER, N. H.—More than 31 per cent of Dartmouth College's freshmen >are receiving aid from UIB college. This is the highest per centage in the institution's his tory. More than $900,000 in schol arships and loans .will be sharec by undergraduates this year. DRIVE-IN VOTING HANNIBAL, N. Y. — Osweg County officials reported a recor turn out of voters for vofing on a proposed school construction mea sure. Reason: the county installed a drive-in voting booth. Voter drove in, marked ballots- in thei cars, flipped them into the box am drove away. BUZ SAWYER RJT,ALIPA, AW WRUNG.' YOU DON'T UNDERSTANP/ I AM ZORKA. BUT I HAVE RETUWED,) AWAY?,. OH, 1 ALIPA. I'VE COME T07 CANT GO AWAY. TAKE YOU AWAY. V I'M GOING TO WEAVE ZORKft, «V SWEET HU5BANP, A COAT...SEE, ALUM.'AU.AHI...AFTSRIS YEARS...I WAS PREPARED FOR ANYTHING, BUT NOT THIS Her Gilt of Beauty, His Joy for years to come: Bailey's PENDLETON Sportswear MARY WORTH I HAPPEN TO BE VERY FOND Of CERTAIN THINGS REMINDMEOFYOU, CHUCK! I CAME ACR055 THE FIRST REMEMBER THIS LITTLE 1 • I NO. WE BEEN TOO PARK.CHARLES7WE WED U—L BUSY PLAYING 70 SIT H ERE ON 5UMM ER \ ERRAND BOV FOR NIGHTS ANDTALK:...WHAT ABOUT) A BEAUTIFUL THAT PLAY?—DID YOU EVER r? MERMAID,16UE55' FINISH IT ? LITTLE ABNER PUT AWAY VOUR MOWEY, THE "BRIDE AND GOOM"PRCfGRAM LE'SGITTH TRAGEDY OVER GIVE THIS -NOTOWLY HARRIES YOU FOR NOTHING, BUT IT BURIES YOU-UNDER HUNDREDS OF_ SIPTS.'.' PIRST-A —V PO 1 PINK MARBLE 1 US.V BATH-TUB.'.' SPEAK FO' YORE- S*LF, TIMY. r . r NANCY DON'T WOVE IVE COT A CAKE IN THE OVEN STRICTLY BUSINESS "I'm with you 100 per cent, J.B.—less the usual 2 per cent, of course!" STRICTLY RICHTER l"Axe okay, dear* All I did helping.'' CUTIES II-M "We'd like a one-and-a-half-room apartment," DOTTY DRIPPLE AYES I THE^ GRANDMA GEE, I WISH -YOU LIVED THERE, GRANDMA/' JUST THINK O' TH' FUN j US KIDS COULD HAVE ON A COLD DAV... ...DBAWIN' PICTURES ON TH' STEAMECHJP WINDOWS.'
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