The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 23, 1932, Page 10, Image 10

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SUNDAY JANUARY 24. 1932
the Wire on this
HUM-Mt tm all out
OF PICTURE -WIRE!
COME IN. UNCLE
lERES THE 2 TOOTS AMD CASFStt
ll PICTURE IS BROKEN! ,
BLOTZl PAPA. WILL I
COMIC C(JTUT irowLrraEPEAi)eRS
fD BETTER PUT
ILL SKIP OVERTO THE
BE SO crLAD TO
ON A NEW
HARDWARE STORE AMD
SEE YOU A4AJKI;
&UT OUT THIS
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ERE IS A SUIT
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IT'S
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MOT!
JIMIMSPHY
W1RE.1
FI4UR5 0F
CASPER.
PASTS IT
ON CARD
BOARD,
AMD CRY
THOROUGH
LY UNDER
A HEAVY
BOOK.
AND A CAP TO
PRESS THE,
BuTTERCUPJXJll
THAT WAS PRKTED
, LAST WEEK.
PAPA!
B WHERE EYCU?J
I UNCLE BLDTZ. rr -T
f IS HERE, jPVJ
IlL LOOK IN THE
4arae! HE may
BE PUTTERING
AROUND HIS
WORK
BENCH.
7 IP YOU DONT THINK o
I ENOUGH OF ME TO HAN6 MYIT j
I PORTRAIT IN TOUR HOMSV
V -tO, fLLTAWE rTfQ
PTtoovT
UNCLE'S
PORTRAIT
OUT TO. MY
WORKBENCH
TO FIX THE
WIRE
ON
IT.
LEAVE IT TO YOU! YOU
FIXED THINGS ALL RlZrHT:
YOU FIXED IT SO YOU'LL
BE CUT OUT OF HIS WILLI
that?? Your tou&h luck
HE'S YOUR UNCLE
MSNE.
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COME ON , CHILDREN! mail in some funny names
for new characters to o in the comic stamps
do it today! tell your parents, your relatives
and Your neighbors to help You ! there'll be dolls
and toys as prized for thb
best names! maybe the
names you send n will
THAT BE 6RAMD ?
DDESS YOUR LETTERS --rr
.IinxkW kmi torjuV
IN CARE OP .
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ILUJTHES
FOR
CA5PER
WILL
APPEAR
IN THIS
SPACE
NEXT
WEEK.
Casper!
CLOTHES
FOR
BUTTERCUP
WILL APPEARS
SOON.
PTXO BACK ON tKJl IliO UNE
1 w
YtAJT UUT1L You
THE CUT-OUT OFT00T6
SHELL HAVE 40R6E0US
CLOTHES FOR TOUTOO
Toots and Casper
Kccucrnd U Patent 04ct
WHATS THE
MATTER WITH
Your do 6,
CASPER?
HE 6ROWUS
EVERY TIME
HE. SEES ME.
I DON'T UNDERSTAND
IT,I!CV! HE'S USUALLY
SO crENTLE:
if 6f f rr
Tl
J
SPARE-RIBS SHOWS
40OD UUDdrMENT, TOOTS.
THERE'S SOMETHING
ABOUT ELSIE'S
BROTHER THAT
Pont liki
ITS ABOUT TIME
THE FOLKS WERE
COMIN& HOME
AH! HERE IS
EVERETT
NOW.
JF BROTHER TH ATXJL EVERETTn
IT'LL SOON BE TWO YEARS
SlKirC 1 FOUMDCLejP.
AFTER A SEARCH OF
thirty Years and
I BOUGHT THIS
IFT FOR HER
0 CELEBRATE
IMS
OCCASION
A STRING OF
PEARLS! O-OH,
HOW
OR&EOUSl
led
'AYS'A X 4y 1
tiH1 SJSt'
l. r
JJse
r I LL LEAVE THE PEARLS )
FIND THEM WHEN
I WANT TO
YOU CERTAINLY LOVE
ELSIE. DON'T YOU ?
YOURE ALWAYS DOIN&
SOMETHING TO
PLEASE
HER.
SURPRISE X
I I I I I II -1 III 1 I I
( WHY. HERE'S A NOTE) b ) III
FOR ME IN. ELSIES J I 7 ...
hand-writinZt. r j rSrf
HTSDDf ' K'
I ,y i
a2
1 DON'T BniEVE IT!
1 WON'T BELIEVE IT
there must be
some mistawe-
ELSIE...
ELSIE..
WW
ftT
HEAVENS!
I I
ELSIE HAS OtslE?)f YES. ITS TRUE1. THE DEPOT J
SHgS LEFT UNCLE i 1 AENT VERIFIED THAT SHE LEFT!
EVERETT? , I Olsl THE AFTERNOON TRAIN 1 r-T
SO ELeJE HPQ.
THREAT TO LEAVE. tr-
IFItHDNVr? THATrf "V
LEAVES ME HlZrH
AND DRY HERE..
I'LL rO AMiltr
THE CtOHCf IS
.OOP!
ELSIE PROBABLY
MADE CONNECTIONS
WITH AN OTHER TRAIN ,
IN THE CITY!
YOUMIAHT
PlND TRACE OF j
HER JF YOU
WENT THERE
1MMEWATE-
Kin ARuro I cvutt aavttc L
ME TO FORGET WER.
SO I'LL TRY. BUT ITS
OlNi TO BE HARD!
I LL NEVER FORaETI
.SHE MEANT
TOO MUCH,
O MB.
itartt SymUcate.rne, CrcM Brlt?J
re"1
MAYBE
SHE POUND
OUT SHE
DOESN'T,
LOVE ME!
ELSIE I
MY
elsie!
1 think she went out
of Your life because
SHE LOVES TOO TOO MUCH;
THIN Lf TO TELL
YOU l SHOULD
AVE TOLD YOU
BEFORE,
BUT YOURE
AOlNdr
IT .
HOW!
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55 HOT WILL
ABNER TELL
EVERETT
mm
CONTINUED
NEXT WEEK.
1-24.
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