Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 12, 1959 · Page 10
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 10

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TO PAMPA DAtLV NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1959 $l«t Year OUR BOARDING _ with Majet jFVfflJ HAD b=EN osV-jltj.>«|^'fO OUf OUR WAY f -Ju^^fei*t*.B tiwft, / BUT TWXt peifeSNf MtAW „ v . — w- ' - — - -NNA PALM dW Htft \ THE LlKfi*. Oft< ,,w'i»BOMwi; I wetup- ,, j COMIW' Uf* tW WALK wow we THt§tL Lfet nee ••• " •""*•* set A—* J. R, WilUamt rt JRSe,'A\A(?TH.«S P£tV3ASfrS MAPPFMcDIb 8£ IN Ft'NDS AMD *s: STAKeOMSTOTsSdOOLLAl?6 ' " ' MR.STUMPIE. THE LADS x too c-ooto i DOESMT HERE / SEEM IN THE6YM ARE COM- wrtM m Pow't \vdRfty-»i I'LL JUSt gt THAT \T'S COLD. ^K%i?&~m*i^* t50LLAi5 TICKET.' MIDDLE MOW ABOUT SHARING YOUR UMBRELLA POR A WAYS? WHY MfltHER* fifeT OH-l ALL RIGHT) » ^ SX N r THESE WOMEN.' HOW LONGLL IT TAKE US TO / MAYBE MAKE SAM / TWELVE OR ANTONIO?/ FIFTEEN HOURS, 1 J /" U \ GUESS/ !/ >- ,- SHUCKS, YOU'RE OF COURSE X MORE USE NOT/VOU CHAPS \ AROUND CARRY ON — J HERE THAN I'LL GO V/ME...VLLGO,' THAT WAS THE / BUT TH 1 GUN' WASNT \ BRACKfeNRIDGE / SAID TH' SOON SO IT'S NOT LONO DISTANCE, 6H? BUT THEY MUST PLAN NOBOPY HERB KWOWS MY THAT GANG TOMORROW, [ BASY1 YCU'KE TO DYNAMITE THB SCHOOL UNLESS THEY GOT AT LEAST WE CAW HAWS \ WANTED ON IT PROW VOU OR TH& HOTEL REGISTER RID Of WHILE WORKIW6 ALONE! /IT'S / DONE. COME ftNO , V CHECK / / OO A GOOD JOB AND CALL W\E WMEN yoU'RG FINISHED/ ..../&NP I WAS WONPEEING IP _ WITH IT TOO/ WIFPE-^SOKT OF TO KEPt?E5EMT TME STUPEKIT COUNCIL, HMM?-/ NAME PILLOM 5LITMEKIN<S / BUT HE LOOKS UP TO 'vOJE VVIFFIE JILL? LETTS SEE/IT-L WV£ TO GET SOME OP HAVE A OUW... I'LL USE IT/ I HOWTO/ AKE YOU ALL COULDN'T BE V RIGHT, RD6EK? M«./ ^r^r i jf" *n if r>^\i txr* i^ ( (3ETME-THE POLICE, A? YOUH6 MINISTER RO6S AMD THE MAU WHO POStD AS MAWCY'S HUSBAND BATTLt- DESPERATELY... BETTER. LET ME HAVE THE 6UKJ, NANCY. GET AN EARFUL OP THIS, WANNA HEAR SOME REALSTEREOPHONIC , ... HASN'TSOLP BALLOONS! \ MANY THIS <AUPIENCE ._ , AFTERNOON.'^THINNING OUT,' BUT I'M THE FIRST Y I'M SORRY,SIR.' ONE HERE -AND WE S IT'S GOIN' TO BE IN WANT TO GET STARTEPJ THE SAME ORPER THEY WERE NAMEP IN THE WAKE UP. HOULIHAN! ]^ OOOH-MY IT'S PAY PAY, YOU < &4CK.' WELL, KNOW-ANP THIS TIME V' VE GOT NOBODY 1 WANT TO BE THE FIRST ) TO BLAME BUT . MYSELF,' INSTEAPOFTHE LAST "i)} MERVIN M MUDDLE AND SHE SHOULD SHE'S AN OLD HAND AT IT 93 MAMA'S RIGHT, JACKIE..,. POISE IS IMPORTANT IN GAINING AND RETAINING A YOUTHFUL FIGURE-, AND I SHOULD TRY TO IMPROVE MY POSTURE/ MAMA SAYS I'M GETTING SHOULDERED. HEY/ WHAT GOES, JACKIE JEFF; THAT LITTLE SPORTS CAR IS READ*' TH£ CUSTOMER WANTS IT DELIVERED TO THE OTHER SIDE OF TOWN.' ' ' O.K. JOE, STOP THE TRUCK A SECOND/PEOPLE ARE LOQWN' AT US/ WOW/AND I'M THINKING WE'D BETTER BRING HER HOME BEFORE SHE RUMS AWAY AGftIN HER I HAVEN'T) I'LL TELL HER PEEPEO A WORP OF/MORE THAN THAT/ THIS TO HER r—«T MR. MOTHER- XyV IT'LL BE MOSTLY ABOUT YOU/ J OH, I WOULDN'T MIND IF THE KIDS GOT MARRIED BUT SHE SHOULD LET THE POOR BOY FINISH COLLEGE -I'M THINKING OF THEIR FUTURE HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT KIND OF GERMS VOU MIQWT CATCH) —" *TcAN PROBABLX SUE6S WHAT SHE SAID-I'M A BRUTE .' THE MEANEST MflN IN THE WORLD/ PRISCILLA! , I'VE TOLD VOL) } NOT TO LET HIM DO THAT! PUTTING IT MILDLY— GLAD YOU SUGGESTED THIS PL ACE... IT'S HUJGRV, xirry... I MOfiNCi CA» t TAKE YOU 8OTTERPC.Y X SAID WASN'T T! \ATTFUN NOW OS-T OP-P AND WE'LL DO IT

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