Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 20, 1959 · Page 6
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JrfcWlllllHI OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major TOE PAMPA DAILY NEWS FEBRUARY 20,1959 VW OO^T t _ _ ,,— ...., ENOU6H 56NSET<3SL>lTlWHiPPI.E' WHSM I'M AH£At> INSTEAD OFGETTIN % *0 <3f?AS8V,fl|S|euR£tJ THAT 3AK& VMHlPPLE T<-> Fg AS DUMg AS HS LOOKED AMD HE TOOK M£ faC EVERYTHING iUTMV FALSE teETH.'** SOMETHING FAMILIAR A00UT HIS PACE.TOO/ TV6 <30T It NOW-* NOSE/IT'S CJUST UK6fHATMA3<3R HOW COULfc I F0«35T A 6U<3L& HOM--WON'T \ A NOte? . LEAVE THAT \ WHY M<3t stiYAMote I cowe i THAT'LL §E / eARLY, , A MOTE/ -\ OR STAY. GUY A NOTE I COME THAT'LL §E / eARLY, A MOTE/ S ORST/ THAT WEASEL- ] uATej ^ THAT PAT-• J fcfeTCH <3CODBf, YOU MONSTER//) • ' ' r ^*.. i-u C'c* / cr>*Ni-/» A WOTE/ -\ OR STAY. CHAT WEASEL" ) U AT E, AN 1 THAT PAT-- V RfeTCH TH—• ^s»f TH'MIGHT THIS id MOfeMA ELKY, / WILL CAUL SO ilL &IS6UISIT voice THE PHONE/ WHIPPLE'S A MAM \cMt-n u/i ncfs. ./L. jisHk v **'"vi tny ^-^>adl^y?4 © %/W^I r i%i THIS IS THE ^T LAST TIME I \ PATWONIZE YOUR PLACE! I A PERSON / COULD CATCH \ PMEUMONIA INJ \ HERE! MAYBE THAT'LL KEEP YA FROWN YAKKIN' SO'S I C'M SET YER PANTS PRESSED.' OkTAY, OKAY ! SO YER WITH MY TWOUSERS '. I'M FWEEZIN6! BUT, DAGWOOD- < 'l| ii!'l III!, 1 Ll I HAD YOUR DRILL^ '"—:'!' REPAIRED AND < J I'M VEFJY PUT IT BACKON YsoRRY HERB, VOUR TOOL SHELF AS GOOD AS NEW — HERB.VOU BROKE MY J ELECTRIC DRiLL,AND I'M GO'NG TO ^ PUNCH YOU r- HE I \ Mr ufc AND! APOLOGIZE OLD PAL i ss P affi trS8 i W VOO'A.^to VV^JS. BUT COULDNT £ HAVE BEEN OTHER MOONMEN AROUND? VVE WERE HUNTING A MAN WHOSE FOSS1UZEO REMAINS HAD BEEN FOUND IN A STRATUMCOULDN'T OF THAT AGE HAVE MILLION, JUDGING BY OUR TIME- MACHINE SETTING-, YES, WE HAD SOME EXTRA ORDINARY RULES BACK, UPOMTHE MOON TOO... ORRY ABOUT THE CAGE.OXX BUT IT WAS THE ONLY WAV WE COJLP GET YOU INTO THE COUNTfTr' THERE SO THREE V(5U'!«E IN5AM5 V YEAH? vou csus'. ro oo THEU WITH f. WELL, we GET IN TH' I THIS 1 . CWTNM / GOT RIO OF EA5V WILL SEE) HIW BEFORE THAT VOU PAY-J H& COULO SPILL WHAT . fHERE'5"SOOMJ^R A FEW WORD5 ABOUT THEIR PLAN THEY'RE BACK. FOR US, McKCBl CAPTWN E*.SV DIDN'T RMP U& IN LEAVE THOSE NOTE5 OF OUR TALKS. H& FIMP TH5MI »*^r> ^fet- .^^-•'-•i- HERE'S TH' KEY; RIWGO! -you BONNIE BROKE YOUR VJINPOW WITH BRIWG AAE THE HAIR BRUSH.' /WHO CAM \WELL,IVE )? ^t>?VOV CANTEENS ) GOT TO MTU THAT STEW /GET BACK TEUMILES, < TO WORK//- WELL, WITHOUT THEM WE CANT X^£- WVK/ 1 JPO MUCH MOW/ KUOiVWHAT (SAWPRA WILL 7?7£V THINK/ } HAVE TO MOU? UPON IT EOK A WHILE / MINE NEITHEK/ WELL, LH MINE PIPYOUE MOTHEES ,. — PK3 THE / KNOW....WHO'S KUNNIKJG pljAKJ' 3 ' /AMD POeSNT THINK SME 'SE A T'l THiW<t DO, MAMCV--ALLTOO , ) DO VOU WiMT Me TO TELL YOU E06EE, A 50VE TH1VJ6S 'T BUT I DON'T WANT TO SEE JOMM \ KANE PROSSCUTED KK FO5iSK5 AS DO VOU STILL LOVEV£, - 1 AAV HUS5AMD. KANE IS SICK. HE'S / BEEM THK>J6H A LOT. AMD HE DID BE- MV MO2E THAW EVcK, ROOEK/ FRAKKLY, L_ NO. ^ ANYWAY, A FEW EXTRA VITAMINS WON'T CO HI/A ANY HARM/ HE ALWAYS LOOK6 6O HUNGRY THAT I GIVE HIM A LITTLE EXTRA. WHEN VOU GIVE THE PARAKEET HI6 VITAMIN^ DOYOUFOaOWTHE DIRECTIONS ON THE 80X.MORTV? HOULIHAN-PROMISE THBY'RC R.YIN' UP TOPAY, KYEAH-THE LUCKY STIFF, . , EH* WELL, I GUESS PHIL <f AN^ ATHOUSANP SHARES YOU WON'T TELL ANYBOPy) CERTAINLY / GOIN' TO <1 STRAIN MY POWER/ EH EL, AFFORP irf FLY AN YWHERB ) OF ALMOST ANY STOCK THAT IT'S ONLY PHIL'S NEW CAR WAS Y THEY weREN'T IN IT, V/RECKEP DOWN THERE? ) HUNKOJHANK GOO&NKS NO KIDDIN'.' WERE He ANP I -IT HAP BEEN STOLEN/ WORTH TEN CENTS A SHARE; WANTS TO NOW,' TOOAY RIGHT IN THE UPPER BRACKETS.' HOULIHAN HURT? PHIL CALLED ME LAST NIGHT/ AND I 1 HAVE TO GET TO WORK ON TIME/ HEY MA.' WHICH IS MORE IMPORTANT? BUT I HAVE TO GET TO SCHOOL ON TIME.' OKAY, JACKIE I'LL HAVE TO GET IN THERE NOW TO SHAVE/ JUST DO AS i PO; WAIT ON THE CUSTOMERS/ H-L BE? RIGHT BACK/ - SAX JEFF, WILL YOU/TAKE OVER? BUT TAKE OVER FOR ME" ? I'VE GOT T<P STEPOUT , FOR A ''] SECOND,' JUST 00 AS HE Does! i LIKE THIS JOB/ SEE? IF YOU'D ) HAD A TAPE-/ RECORDER, ) I COULO I WA-3 PRETTY GOOD, TOO. 1 I WISH YOU COULD HEAR HOW I PLAYED "CAROLINA MOON.V LISTEN, CARLVLE! WHEN I WAS A BOY WE MADE OUR FUN I WAS V HAPPY TO GET A -$2 UKULELE-' OGHf I WON'T STAND FOR rr...KiTTY MUSWT §Vf R see HJ« AGAIN.' WfcLL • /OOK OAUGHTER IS GETTING SfiglOOS ABOUT THAT OtP GEf Z6R,WALSH... COME TO THINK OF ITHE WOKS LIKE YOU. MR. HART.' OOWOO i PARtN'T LST ON THAT MY FfET ARE KILLIN' /WE .' &JT, CLIFF .WE'D LIKE YOU TO MARRY AMD BOVS ARE. ON KITT/'S NEW 80V HASN'T MISSED A SINGLE PANCE ALL NIGHT..AND AT HIS AGE,* HA-HA-HA THE. OTWELR. ARE ON ONJ& SI CPE. OF THE ROOAA...-

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