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June 25, 1957

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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Tuesday Evening, June 25. 1957. RIP KIRBY W£ HASHES LOSE NO TIME MOVING ON WITH DESMOND'S SAVINGS. THEY'RE SONE, AKP NOW IT'S TSULY MY FIACE. I CAN ALMOST SEE THE FUTURE ALREAPY... CAN I SKINS' VOU A FRESH CIGAR, MR. ' CESMONP? YOU'RB SOWS ALREAOY? I THOU6HT YOU MISHT STAY AMP SELLE ANP ME ALWAYS HAP A HANK6RIMG TO BO THE BIS CITY, MR." PcSMONP. WERE OFF... TAKE AN IMPORTANT POSITION WITH THE MINE STAFF. YES, F1EASE O0.\l||| THIS ONE HAS ASHES MICKEY FINN PON'T I'LL WAIT FOR THE PERFECT MOMENT! HERE HE IS, BOOH HAN! NOW PONT RUSH IT! AT CLANCY'S WAITING FOR HIM COME IN! HE GOT BACK \ YEAH! BUT AT LEAST LAST NIGHT. ] THIS TIME WE'RE . PREPARED FOR HIM ! WHEN IT'S OVER, HE'LL WANT TO CRAWL INTO SSME HOLE! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* ElevM KERRY DRAKE NOW, BACK TO OUR PROBLEM.' WE'VE NARROWS? CUR SEARCH FOR OUR CON MAN DOWN TO TWO SUSPECTS _ BOTH WITH SCARS ON THE RISHT HANP/ THIS HARRY Q. OWIN LOOKS HOTTEST.' HIS SCAR IS -AS MISS RANSOM RECAtLFP IT- ON THE THUMB.' WE'LL START LOOKING FOR HIM TOMORROW/ HONEY...I'VE SOT SOOP NEWS... TELL MINPY TO DRY HER TEARS, FRANK,' I OWE THE MALONES A DINNER -ANPTONISHT I'LL PAY'OFF.' REX MORGAN, M. D. MELISSA.' Tjl)5T WHAT I'VE ^ WHAT ARE ) S6EN POIN& FOR YOU DOING / THE LAST FORTV -UVW& THEN WH*T AM I I'M NOT SURE POIN& HERE J "y BUT PERHAPS WUtL BE ABLE TO THINK MOKE CLEARLY AFTER A CUP OF BLACK ' COTFBE/ HERE COMES JUNE GALE.' BETTER THROW SOME WATER ON *OUR FACE/ THERE'S NO NEED 5WRIN& HER TO PEAfflJ VO* LOOK PRETTY Ftt&HTfW./ EMMY LOU "Walter, I hope this won't break you all up, but I don't want to go steady anymore . . . Waller . . . ?" GRIN AND BEAR IT *,.. And while we icoliu tWc's a log in the homing boom, it's o 9 t w«'r« trying to moke THIS OM UH»! , MR. BREGER "I'm only trying to fall asleep by counting the lamb w. that butcher shoo in the next block..." BUZ SAWYER MONSEN5E!...BUT NOW THdT YOU'RE GET THIS THRO YOUR MKOONEP OH TH£ YACHT, WHY HOT RELAX? VISIT AWHILE WITH SULTRY. NOW, LOOK 'HERE.'W( SKIFF WAS SECURED TO THIS KAIL. WHO SET IT ADRIFT? IW GOING ASHORE'. TONIGHT.',., TO FINP ZORKA/ Baile y's ENllO featherweight shirtsmake brow-mopping a lost art! MARY WORTH YOU WON'T HAVE A SEA VIEW.MR5. WORTH! SORRY I'M SURE YOU WOULDN'T OULD WE 5TEP OUTSIDE AMD LOOK AROUND.MlW aLHOOLEfV I'D LIKE TO FILL MY IUN1S5 WITH SALT AIR BEFORE [ GO UPSTAIRS! WANT TO SHARE AROOM WITH TMK MtBT BE QUITE A HISTORIC OLD HOUSE / 'TIS, INDEED. 1 RUMOR K TWAS K\ BUILT BY A PIRATE!"-AND THAT He STILL LIV£5 HERE/ -^ DOWN, CAPTAIN!, LITTLE ABNER PASS THE \1 HIT IT AMMUNITION //BETWEEN ANP -"vTHEEVES. 1 * CHAMPAGNE, 1 MV.'.'-IT'S <?!»AfJK$ TO THA T DARUfJG UZAttti, I'M AMERICA'S NUMBEft / 1 SOFTWICK.77 IRRITATED// Hosress, #&*vM.7'~ | ABOVE CENTRAL. PARK— /OH, AH WISHES THEY'D REELIZEAH IS MEREt>/ A IS'^-Y'AR-OLD CHILE, \ WHLJT CAIN'T GITOUTA V-rwiEi SUIT .»:»•— NANCY AUNT FRITZ)--- I JUST MAD A DREAM ABOUT THE ATOM BOMB WHY ARE YOU CRYJNO- ¥ ON ACCOUNT OF THE FALL-OUT STRICTLY BUSINESS "Now inhale and exhale again.—this time without the cigar!" STRICTLY RICHTER It) If)?, KmjJ I'r.lulU SjnJl,.!*, llx, W«lU 'i«l" MKI"-J. "Why don't you watch where I'm going. 1 " CUTIES "I'm afraid he's losing interest in me. He insists I com* to. work on time." DOTTY DRIPPLE LOOKS LIKE HORACE HAS THE BATHROOM TIED UP POR THE CWY-- (COFFEE-^ SO BREAK/ GRANDMA V fOWANDMA,' VOU SENT WOPDOVEP T'TH'SHACK... ,..POR SOMEO' US KIDST'l COME OVEF? AM'PICK UP A FEW COOKIES Vt3U HAVE I Pnt2 I jg//i ^ 4V. 1 WE THOUOHT WE'D BBINO TH' BUSHEL, BASKET JUST IN/CASE... ...VOU WANTED T'TOSS IN A FEW EXTRA CAK PISS OK

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