The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, January 08, 1933, Page 14, Image 14

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SUNDAY. JANUARY 8, 1933
YES. I TOLD MRS.
WUVTFl 1 MFC WE CANT
FINE, EDTFlN&l fr HESE CLOTHES C &(&
HOWARE X IHADA4REATYEAR! JfTjT II ARE FOR THE - fVOS '
TRICKS. IMADEABARREl. f I y KJTTERCC? , yTw - )w '
OT'S.
WHO
M OOF THAT WE'RE
GONNA BUY A N&W
CAR WHEN WE
CAN AFFORD IT,
BUT WHATS
rrsauwiTH
THAT?
AFFORD A NEW CAR, MAMA?
' WHY LET HER KNOW OUR
BUSINESS? YOURE TOO.
nrtF7T AMD IBOASSUMtNlr!
YOU OUGHT TO DO A LOT
, BLUFFll
tUKE.1
BODY ELSE
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IDEA.PAPA! WEHAVtN I
MUtH MUNtY DU I
ITS JUST AS EASY
TO SW HOW MUCH
YOU HAVE ASmS
HOW UTTLE YOUVE
xOT!
I MYSELF,MAMA, )
ICC tufS UB AH -I
FOR SOMETHING M
MORE THAN A )
5 1 A. r
r ITS A FACT, BOYS!
THAT 6UVPAPA
HAS A QAS2ELOF
CASH! HE OUST
I TOLD ME SO
V HIMSELF!
HEY I DID
I UNDERSTAND
YOUTOSAYTHAT
PAPA HAS A
f I HCH.BD V
HAVE KNOWN j
m HE NEVER
A SPENDS ANY 1
V MONEY! ALODOU
ACE YOU EXPECTING
A COtliaTTEE.PAPA?
HERE COMES A CROWD
OF MEN!
- . in
COULD YOU
SPARE A FEW
THOUSAND TOR
A COUPLE OF
MONTHSOLD
LETSOW
TH1SDEAL
YOU FURNISH
TKEDOUH AND
rtLFURNHlHE
.EXPERIENCE:
fDLIKE
TO SELL YOU
A HALF
INTEREST
IN MY
BUSINESS
PAL!
I HAVEN'T
ANYTHING TO
SELL, PAL, BUT
I WANT TO
BC&S3WS0ME
MONEY!
1933. King Features Syndicate, fnc, Grear Britain rigto resenrea-
V WELL.YOU'VE LOST SIX FRIENDS
OLD FRIENDS TOO! THEY NCVtK
EXPECTED ANYTWHFROM YOU WHEN
THEY THOUGHT YOU HAD NOTHING
futt rr DID PEEVE THEM TO BE
TURNED DOWN BY AW
WITH BARRELS AND
OF MONEY-
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LLEN FERGUSON
SEMO BACK ON DOTTED UNE
HAS 739 COMK STAMPS.
LOTS ARO0K0UBU0UejOrAVkS
950LYV0NKE 6J0B0UtLBWSTiME.
MA-IMU3C SHTTKCEBAR KEYS.R-A.
mrsouriaso. TCTUESS!
Toots and Casper
I'M SORRY YOU'RE
LEAVING. UNCLE EVERETT
WE'RE OINTOMISSYOUl
WATT A MINUTE. AND
WELL DRIVE TO THE
.FLYING FIELD
3 WTTH YOU!
- -
I'LL RUN ON AHEAD, CASPER,
BECAUSE I HAVE TO MAKE.
A COUPLE OF STOPS DOWN
TOWN ON MY
WAY TO THE
AIR-PORT!
YS9CAN JCSSI
KZTKIRE!
TAXI!
STARTING ON ANOTHER SEARCH J
cno cn ciitr un i -S-
i i 1 i
i CERTAINLY HOPE
HE FINDS HER
THIS
'TIME!
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VS. CLUIAUU.Y
ISEXCITED,
CASPER!
HE MUST
twi I HAVE HIT
J V ONTO A
dcai nic
AS TO
WHERE
SHE IS!
s
"77 HAVE YOU I NO, DEAR! NOTHING DERNTTE! I OUST
(REALLY HEARD f HAD A HUNCH AS TO WHERE ELSIE MAY
Jf A WHERE ELSIE , I BE NOW IT CAME OF THINKING
fiCl IS. UNCLE j ABOUT SOMETHING SHE ONCE TOLD
ZTEVERETT? j L VME! WELL. GOODBYETOOTS! ,
Jlifi Wi tTtfeU jYJ WRTTEWHEN
HE"' EVERETT!! flrrrCO)
r)? TOEUNCLE
VfUsK I Cv. vX K EVERETT PULL OUT!
7 &4ftz ll lS A, Vn EVERYTIME HE
g;. ::' .ri W' J fmk UJ leaves i wonder
I '"AVI' jNk- yJS-i IFWEIXEVER
YrfELLTHE
PLANE IS OUT
OF SIGHT NOW
SO WE MIGHT
AS WELL START
FOR HOME!
WHY TOOTS,
Yflu'nt
CRYITUf!
I CANT HELP IT MRS.FERGUSON!
UNCLE EVERETT IS SO SWEET
SO KIND SO WONDERFUL!
HE'S DONE SO MUCH TO MAKE
TJTHERS HAPPY AND YET HE'S
in UNUM5PV HIMSELF
It MAKES ME BLUE TO SEE
H- HIM LEAVE!
IF ITS NOT TOO
MUCH TROUBLE .CASPER ,
I WISH YOU'D DROP
ME OFF DOWNTOWN
ON YOUR WW HOME!
I WANT TO LOOK
AROUND THE STORES
A BIT!
CAN 1 JOXTf
YDUAimnt?
I'D LOVE TO
LOOK AT THE
PRETTY SHOP
WINDOWS!
SAY, ABNER! YOU'D BETTER f YOU WOULD
I WATCH OUT THAT YOUR SWEETIE l THINK OF J f
I STELLA CUUXERDOESNT catch , t THAT, A
V YOU STROLLING AROUND WITH .CASPER! l
V ANOTHER WOMAN! SHE MAY ll'Lrti
OH.ABNER! LETS GET A BOX
OF THESE MARSH-MALLOWS AND
TOAST THEM TONIGHT! DO YOU
REMEMBER HOW WE USED TO T0A5T
THEM ON WINTER NJGHTS WHEN WE,
WER&K1DSIN
PRAIRIE
JUNCTION?
YOU AND
EVERETT
AND ELSIE V I
AND I? '
YOU BET I
REMEMBER THAT,
ELLEN! THOSE
WERE THE
.HAPPY DAYS!
CaKELLO!
IS THAT
irou,AEilIR?
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ER-ER AH OH.HILL0, STELLA!
MISS CLINKER,! WANT YOU TO KNOW
MY FRIEND ELLEN FERGUSON! MRS.
FERGUSON IS SPENDING A FEW WEEKS
WITH TOOTS AND CASPER I WE'RE JUST
LOOKING: AT THE
WINDOWS! WONT
YOU JOSH US?
NOTHANKS.
ABNER! I'VE AH
APPOINTMENT
WTTH MY
MILLINER
AND m
LATE NOW!
600DDAY!
2
STELLA ACTED
A BIT COOL!
MAYBE IT MADE
HER JEALOUS
TO SEE ME
WITH YOU,
ELLEN!
m
SO THAIS VOUR SWEETIE,
SHES PRETTY, ABNER,
AND I HOPE YOU'LL
FORGIVE ME FOR
SAYING IT. BUT
THERE'S SOMETHING
ABOUT HER THAT
IDONT
UKEl
ia. Inc.'
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SO THAT'S THE LTTTLE OLD-FASHIONED LADY THAT
ABNER TOLD ME ABOUT? SHE DOESNT LOOK VERY OLD-
FASHIONED TO ME! SHE'S REAUY ATTRACTIVE AND
IT BEHOOVES ME TO WORK FAST BEFORE THEY
BECOMETOO FRIENDLY! IF JT WASN'T
MONEY 5HET BE WELCOME TO
uiMnrr worth AFDtrniNE
AND FOR THAT REASON tH mCHIu
W wwm-wm. m mm. w. . . . - - . ,
WEDDING BELLS WILL RINi A $Z
FOR US MUCH SOONER THAN :
MOST PEOPLE feAWitTl
rLL SEE TO
THAT!
FORI
PLEASE DONT
6x0 OUT, ABNER!
YOU PROMISED
TO TOAST
MARSH-MALLOWS
WITH ME!
TD LOVE TO, ELLEN ,
k BUT STELLA JUST
PHONED AND INSISTED
THAT I DROP IN THIS
EVENING AND I DIDNT
HAVE THE HEART
TO REFUSE!
E) ID YOU NOTICE
THOSE BIG TEARS
U ELLEN FERGUSONS
EYES AS ABNER LEFT
THE HOUSE?
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tiutisstiu.
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