Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 2, 1959 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

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Monday, March 2, 1959
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J, R, Williiini OUT OUR OUR BOARDING HoU&S with Mftjc* Heeple me PAW** MON!5>»M MARCM 2, 1959 OUT VERY LONI6.' JAK§?friAt ANSWERS IMS H, ALIAS , ALIAS /eurr in 1 I fTUF?. f*6<?KY! YA \JS PAG WOOD, HAVE vou CONSIDERED ( HAVING YOURSELF ' STUFFED AND MOUNTED ? "H'X DAGWOOD, THERE'S ^ — A VvHENEVEf? THE BOSS HAS A REAL IMPORTANT JOB TO DO, HE SENDS FOR ME r^. FLY IN MV I OFFICE THAT'S •"S DRIVING ME f CRA7Y-COME 1. KILL IT ".i /A^ .A. ^ ;..TURM 'IM LOOSE IN OUR RESEARCH WORK AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS. ..ONLYWHEN 'IT POES HAPPEN, JUST REMEMBER IWARNED YUH/ I UWTI2P THEIR T NOW~, LET'* SBT OUTA HAVJD&. THI5 MUST \ HERE! ITS SET TO GO LOOK LIKE THESE IOFF IM TBU MIMUTB6! BLOWW UP WHILE WGflIN 1 TH 1 JOB 1 . MUST 8E AT LfJAST TWO OK THfC&E WJ!te IMSIOBI I'VE GOT TO GET YOU OUT 0' THB WAY WITHOUT YOUR PALS, BUWl MAKING THE SMALLEST ICE ft } CREAM CONES * ' IN TOWN .' THE MAN WHO 1| RUNS THAsT ICE ^ STORE IS STINGY-- | HERE'S J CHECK/... THE /HOPEITSWWEKE TWINS'\ WE LAUNCH THE PLACE/ BIGGEST TEEN STEW/ / THING IN TOWN 15 STEW TWEtZE ? I WANT TD TALK TO HIM £££- SOMEONE ABOUT THAT SO U£ MUST B£ ON HtS H&Y 15 TXXLWNC5 ABOLJT SWE'P CANTEEN AGAIN -1 UP OUTOPTHOUBLE/ 1 /THANK VOU, :k*" —— •—IMA'AM. VOU MUST B6 AW AUTHOBITV OU MUSIC-- A VOU MEAN LIKE WfTH A BATOtJ? WEIL, I5M'T THAT SOMETHIMd? IMSAU THE WAY YOU RATTLED OFF THE WAMES OF THE TUhLES THI5 MUSIC BOX PLW60. x _, ^> sr LIHE 50MEBOPY, THAW I'VE GOT IT, MEEK.LE.HERE VOU ARE THAT'5 FUNNV... THERE'S A CARD MI66ING IMAGINE-AFTER 7 IT IS FANTASTIC! SOMANYY£ARS.' \ NOW BE SILENT AND THAT IT IS KI6HT] -1 WISH TO HEAD HERS-IN THIS CITY.'J EVERY WOKPf HA.HA; rM SURPRISED] I'M SURPRISEP THAT HE LET'EM TAKE A ^HE EVEN BROUGHT IT PICTURE OF IT/ if HOME-A WORTHLESS THING LIKE THAT/ YEAH. 1 THAT S WHAT HE SOT, ALL RIGHT.' 1 THINK THIS HEADLINE IS A CLASSIC. CLANCY.' IT TELLS THE WHOLE STORY-INA NUTSHELL/ ALL YOU HAVE TO ) FIGURE OUT IS HOWTODOITjJ VOUlL HAVE A WIFE TO TELL tt>U WHAT TO DO A BOSS TO TELL YOU WHEN TO DO IT. LIFE BECOMES SIMPLE NOU'RE MARRIED/ CHEEE UP, PAL/ PHOQEY' I CANTDd ANYTHING/ WELL, HOW ABOUT ST/ CORN BEEPHASH.SIR? THAT'S NOT MOVING" BUT IT'S GOOD.' WAITER/ WHERE'S THE DUCK DINNER I ORDERED? SORRY. SIR.' DUCK TAKES AN HOURTO AN HOUR? WHY THAT LONG? LUNC*. WE GIVE THE DUCK AN EVEN CHANCE TO ESC APE.' TELL MISS DUGAN 1.1 TO CHECK WITH > STEWftRcaess SERVICE J UPON ARRIVAL— '~ IMPORTANT— SMOKING SURE AN EXPENSIVE AND I NEED A WRITING TABLET AND SOME INK! GOOD! WIL.L VOU PICK ME UP SOME SHAMPOO AND NAIL POLISW? I'M GOING TO PUN DOWN FOR SOME PIPE TOBACCO! OVER AND OUT CAN I HAVE A COLORIK'G F>OOK?^ w<->: OHH... KH033-/ DEAR... VOU'RE H-HURT* I'M 0-OHAV, KITT/.., THESE FLOWERS ARE FES YOU Af.'O TH' CANDY'S PER YOU, FOLKS.'*,, **•«. WALSH FOUGHT F0« OUR IT'5 SO ROMAKTIC .* .. IT'S GOMG TO B= HARD TO CA.L HIM'SON I NEVER EXPECTEP WALSH TO SHOW UR LEAVING /

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