Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 16, 1957 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, December 16, 1957
Page 11
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Hi/nday Evening, December 16, 1957. RIP KIRBY Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Eleven HONEY. THERE'S ONE MORE THIN& I • HAVE TO 170... AND IN THE KOOM ADJOINING THE STUOtO. A SHADOWY FIGURE REACHES FOR THE OTHER K/PLE TEP, PO YOU HAVE TO DOTHIS?! THINK I KNO.kVHOW TO HOLP THE RIFLE. MICKEY FINN UP- OOR OUT? / \f. THE PHONE RINGS-LET IT RING! W-WHYP-PO \IUTEILVOU y-YOI) NEEDIW*? I WHY-ON THE IFT-fflERE'S / WAY UP? COIN'TO BE \ GO AHEAD. T-TROUBLE, I PLEASE! WEVE STILL GOT FIFTEEN MINUTES! RELAX! THE CLERK f VESITHEYPHOHEP SAIP THERE'S/PO«N FORCIGARETTES FOUR OF S ABOUT AN HOUR AGO! THEM? 1 AND HE SAW THEM -WHEN THEY OPENEP THE POOR! KERRY DRAKE IN HIS OFFICE, GAYLORD WEBSTER IT STARES AT A LETTER AND A PHOTOSTATIC COPY OF A SIGNED CON- -q HIS SECRETARY , SAID HE WASNT VOW SAY WEBSTER \SEEINS ANYONE, WOULDN'T SEE YOU,/£\ DUPE.' I DON'T KERRY? J^^ri-, LIKE IT.' *ZOOO WONT SATISFY "PITTO" FOR LONG.' HE'LL KEEP COWN& BACK... AS LONG AS I LIVE.' REX MORGAN, M. D. t PROMISE, PROFESSOR I WONT EVEN SPEAK TO rAY ATTORNEY / I'LL HAVE A CASHIERS CHECK REAPY FOR YOU IN THE VORNING .' ITS HERE THAT YOU'VE HURT WE, MRS. BARTON / BELIEVE ME, MRS. BARTON...WY ONLY PESIRE WAS TO MMORTALIZE /OUR NAME THROUGH THE LILUE BARTON FOUNPATION / PLEAS6...VOU MUST NOT LEAVE THIS WAY/I-I'LL PO ANYTHING VOU SAY; PROFESSOR, PLEASE)PERHAPS NOT, ...I DIPN'T MEAN r-'MRS. BARTON.... TO'OFFENP VOU/ ) &UT KXlYE HURT ME PEEPLY / 0BSNIM6 INPK3NATION WHEN MRS. BARTON SUGGESTS THST SHE WILL TALK WITH HER ATTORNEY BEFORE MAKING HER CONTRIBUTION TO THE FOUNPATION, THE PROFESSOR MAKES A PRAMATIC EXIV .' TIZZY Bt»-ts a portable 'radio .wi0> poww steering "GRIN AND BEAR IT " And the rivalry WhfMn the armed services is scandalous, gentlemtnj U.Tt>e Nation's missHtf rojram should properly be a political issue!.., Christmas Tree Custom KENT, 0. — Strasbourg, France, is tihe "home of the modern Christmas tree custom, say researchers oC the Davey Tree Expert Co. They point out that ttie practice of hanging dolls and candy on branches originated there in 604. Lighted trees were popular as far back as 1737 in Germany First 'Yuletide trees sold in Amer ica appeared little more than century ago when they were sol in New York in 1851. flat the whole family will enjoy—refreshing, delicious Wrigley's Spearmint Gum. Take home a box or two for y \^ the holidays. Kodc To Work FITCHBURG, Mass. —Palro man Vincent Testagrossa was 2 minutes late for roll call, bu Police Chief Herbert C. Basse soon saw the reason. Testagrossa a chubby, five-foot-two, rode u to the station on a junior-sizec tdcycle,' his .fences revolving a an awkward angle as he turne the pedals. He told the chief tha the tricycle apparently had bee lost by some child and that h rode it as in was too Heavy t carry. Houston is (he largest city in th South and fche nation's secon largest port tonnage-wise. BUZ SAWYER W RECEPTIONIST TOO.' ANOTHER REP/ f»V THIS -WAN Off .:• AKD FIRE WM, FOX. AKP SEARCH OUT EVERY RE. II* MY EMPLOY AT ONCE,' ; FIRE THE LflST MAN OF THEWj KICK THEM OUT.' STRICTLY BUSINESS You don't need mistletoe when you give Bailey's TRI-TAPER Fiber-Glass Luggage MARY WORTH P*E WOTTED A lONfi TIME FOR VOUTOA^KME THAT.CHARltE— 5O I COOtO TEtL you BUT OARtlNS-'.-T+C AN5WEE Ite HAD READY-•• ALL THESE ONEbY YEARS FDOL TO LET VOU EVER GET 6OCOi-.lOW 1.ICHI* ANOSOfT MUSIC.'-.54T YOU FOR6IVE-'AND FORGff— AND MARRY.ME A&AI M ? LITTLE ABNER AIN'T ^OU GOT NO RESPECT? IT IS A WELL-KMOV,'N FACT THAT DViN'MEN ALWWS TEI.LTHE TROTM.f GREAT BK3 LIE HE TOLE/f AH HAINY •THELACNIWRED".'.' /BUT, THIS CORPSE IS ^~\ (\ LADV-THAT IS THE f MAKIM' FOOLS O'VO'/y 11 HAPPVUX3KOFARAT. I ITS PPDB'LV LAFFIN'UP N> WHO HAS COME CUE-AM, \ ITS SLEEVE RIGHT NOW.'. 1 ' \ ATTME- S '6«.*-END. 1 :'' f UOOKITTH'SNEAKV SMILE., \OM NANCY THIS SUPER- \ VOU MARKET SURE IS \ SAID UP-TO-DATE I IT- LOOK AT AUNT FRlTZI AT THE • CHECK-OUT COUNTER YOU EVEN GET A SNIFF OF SMELLING- SALTS WITH THE TOTAL- "Now we're going to get back to the fundamentals of selling .. ." STRICTLY RICHTER "Wilt you please »top humming 'Button Up Yo«e Overcoat? 1 " CUTIES "You'll love these new spike heels! All of us here In « the store fell in love with them!" DOTTY DR1PPLE MV DAP WOULPN'T LET A\E HAVE IT TONIGHT, TAFFY— WHERE'S V VOUR CAR, MUSCLES GRANDMA FIFTY COLLY, DON'T GIVE ME WHY DON'TCWA JUST PAY ME WITH COOKIES

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