Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 199
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 199

Charleston, West Virginia
Issue Date:
Sunday, June 9, 1974
Page 199
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DENNIS THE MENACE By Hank Ketcham CATTY GROW UpTO£B HE PONT ^UTTERFLlEQl V\»\NNAy BETTER 10 £LJTrERFLY/4N' FLY/THAN WHEN YOUR ME-'Q GOTNCIHIN THAT9 NOT GROWS Up HE'S GONNA 2E-A BUTTERFLY! AN/CRAWU BUTTERFLY - · - - · . - l . -.-. i l - - , , - - ! AV PADDY 5AYS I F ^ GO CAN AN/THING YOU WANT (5ONNA 9ENP MY CATTYPILLARTO CQlLEGE! 9o/v\E PEOPLE ARE/ Y' KNOW j HE WON'T WANNA FLY! HE'LL \ Suddenly tier fain/ Godmother appears and -fums her rags /'nib 3 rty gown ' All heads turn as she arr/Ves a the pa/ace. She fs escorted immed/d'fe/y to the /na/'n bd//roo/n a/id presented id.... the handsome prince : ^^ A HANDSOME PRIMCE HAS TO MEET CERTAIN Ml NI MUM REQUIREMENTS "June is a wonderful month. I think Congress ought to make it 90 days long." t% | don't have a headache . . . I don't have a king- sized headache . . . I have a STANLEY PARKER headache!" RRfET STANLEY PARKER "Stanley's family has never striven for the top. In 1929 his father lost $20 in the : crash, and he jumped out of a first floor window." "Well, your record for sleeping late every Sunday morning is still unbroken." "Let's see -- eggs just right, crisp bacon, hot coffee -- maybe I'll luck out and not wake up/

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