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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
Pfcf* —Bo*f*r, (Texas) Newi-Herald—Sunday. D«c. 15. 1MB ;ed fiey ti- ■rt. itic ay. la- 10- iclt' uld 1" b'.s on. ov. UlC Into Pauley Reports on Red Reasons For Wrecking Industry of Manchuria WASHINGTON, Doc. 14 —'AP> • although "they -Edwin w. Pauley reported Fr'-1 deter them." to Sixteen Notices Filed in Pampa Office Last Week Sixteen notices of intention to 1 drill in five Panhandle counties j were filed last week with the j railroad commission offices in j Pampa. Sites and operators are as fol- low: Italian 'Sandwich Men' Take to Wheels did nothing „ i Hansford county—Phillips Pe- day .h„. • strategic ..wi,h or without Soviet cooper- -gj; gf , m jj at on." he added, "large stores of Jinc| 2530' from W lines of Sec. Japanese arms and the munitions I 58 blk. 2, 12 miles N\V of Gru- captured by the Soviet apparently ( vcr< found their way into the hands of Chinese communists." motivated Russ a in Manchuria's industrial 4 '• reasons wrecking economy. Pauley made the report to P...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
4-C—Borger, (Texas) Newi-Her ld-—Sunday. Dec. IS, lS4fi Style Rules Off Men's Work Togs WASHINGTON, Dec. 14—(>F>— The office of temporary controls Friday announced a major re- vision of stockroom controls over manufacturers, remcving them en- tirely frcm clay und cement _ ,, „ . brlekii and concrete blocks. NEW YOHK. Dot. 14— ! .. unm„ .. rvnr«. Coin COllf;-Un8—the World's old- . u^linn .nC^rtinn^ dlviqm,, / as-rart:. raau-sus I S'rei'tS,""™"1"" * """" teffil™ work . lolS oreu ducks. , fleet since Aug. 8. .942. limited But the price has zoomed too ,j,e y uixia ^te permitted in such late to help the unwary redskin fishing as well as the number of ^OCfCei- | COLUMW I BOOM HITS WAMPUM MARKET By HAL BOYLB ; romcViow must absorb and satisfy the underdeveloped and impa- tient half of humanity crowding ! the far shores of the Pacific. who fashioned this shell money ctnturies before John Smith be- came the most popular name In the phone books. Wampum is just on* of 100.- 000 specimens...
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
utain he HM't nls-o 194", Mrs ■ged fatal uv.nl the rode<> hus- was large scut a It •• ,n H bo" • 1 -J * i I 9 / I J I I-J .p. * %* Battle of the Bulge' Initiated Two Years Ago A DAY THAT SHOOK AMERICA Bv HAL BOYLE NEW YORK, Dec. 14—<A >—On ;• Saturday two years ago tho frrces of a dying nation began a last convulsive struggle that turned the static western front into a blood bath and electrified America, , It was the opening of the fa- mous "Battle of the Bulge,'' u wintry defeat which tne American army turned into victory ot one of the highest prices in its his- tory. What memories are stirred up tiiis dav in the hearts of survivor* of that ghastly ptolonged night mare in Belgium's bitter snow! The Germans came without warning as they had for I'on- j mries,.. They came bv the same) mads thev travelled in I 'I!4 an.l 1 11*40... They cam" in tanks <«nd ar- mored cars ;n the early morning hours, swirling throuoh the darkness like hailstones of steel, straight through ih...
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
I I — Pag* C-C—Borger. (Texas) News-Herald—Sunday. Dec. IS. 1946 Kiwanis Speaker Tells of Political Machine Set-Up THE NATION TODAY SHARING ~SUGAR Bv OVID A. MARTIN *Ssocmted Preis Farm Reporter (Substituting for Jamas Marlow) WASHINGTON. Dec. 14— (/Pi- Lines arc being drawn for a fight In con Kress over the sugar short- age. The issue will center on the Truman administration's policy of sharing .sugar produced fn the Caribbean area with Europe and Canada. This policy was started early In the war in order to assure this cotihtry's fighting allies of essential supplies. Now that the war is over and world suRar production is in- creasing from the low levels to which it dropped during the con- flict, there are many who contend this sharing should be abandoned. Lining uo on ona side are many industrial users, such as candymakers. bakers, soft drink tottlers. and food processors. Like individual consumers, they are being rationed. They are al- lowed only 60 per cent of the quantity they ...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
fUMCf.Kir, TF.XAS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916 AvS EASY RAISES HIS HANDS, HIS EN £S FALL UPON THE BELL WE Ifr MAD PLACED ON THE LOWER SHELF OF THE DESK T EVERY TIME HALF- GAlNER. HEARS A 3=LL, HE THINKS HE'S >N THE PR>7t RiNG rA y A6AIN.f ' ... +4* T M IFG U S PAT OFF. 1 THANKS FOR FINDING THAT HIDDEN CASH FOR US>, TAIN EASY! T SAVED US A LOT OF HUNTING I FIRST ROUND/ 1 COMES OUT OF ME CORNIER... i ...I FEINTS WIIT'ME LEFT AN'CROSSES VMIT' ME RIGHT-- AT THIS MOMENT, CARMEN INSURANCE INVESTIGATOR TRACK ARRIVE ^1 IT'S ONLY A SCALP CREASE, CARMEN! HE OUGHT TO BE ALL RIGHT ,SQQN!J mv roMp^f,<v,i WILL REWARD YOU AND McGuRKEY FOR RECOVERING) THIS STOLEN) MONEY, CAPTAIN ( EASY KNEW I'D THINK I WAS FlGHTlN' AGAIN \UJHEN I HEARD THE BELL, SO HE DID ~ l^LIKE THIS- MR. EASY/; % ilV t l\\ k A\X? look out, t jl(v\bT Everybooy! HE DID IT AGAIN f I'M ALL RIGHT.' BELLS ■ DON'T get ME ANY- MORE.'/ : : J co «. i «* i it Num«vm,jNC> GEE, EASY! YOU'RE "THE FIRST PERSON THAT EVER THOUGHT X H...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
my gosh.' j bought all my joh, be qulct.' "-1 presents in) hale an ' voj makc me hour anp wre still) ^ tired.' at rr/ how about j i* v+— . taking up with jv the mind if anv J II am' vou'p better w.eep *>our mind on \ what xoo'ri doing" not what *xrp better. ge t some ashes or salt here rloht awa-t willis willev i'm read* to sit down7 bov.' look. at awp rest, be lieve me.' thank good ness my christmas shopping's almost over with.' that ice.' this would make i a swell sliding place.' that little snip.' that selfish, v ungentle saanly snip.' a, ' ' c-' * ifr' - '"•* willis.' what s wrong with vol)? don't you k.now it's a gentle man 5 place to help lady but would you call hkr a v ff lady--leaving -t me like s-t this? eso Q I vi THE COMIC ZOO ^mdu't cuy, little tossum-- i'll help you ger vv;. s u>oo,hoo/the v.eam old crocodile n • xt \ vont let me ctoss the log to my n ( wojrfe he threatens to eat me ^ \, if i po/ SS By Scarbol ^ ank. you/y il - h
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
■rjifl i 4 > J SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1946 THIMBLE THEATRE R*Ht«t«r«<1 U S I'lttnl Office. Starring Popeye IPOPEvE WILL THINK t 0AKEP y ■ . COME AS SOON AS VOL) CAM. POP EVE I HAVE A SURPRISE FOR VOU.'/^ y YES, I MOPE VOU LIKE IT 7 GUESS I bought a plain one amp mape some iong well, blow me powm !: cmocolate.'/ an'a icing is still soft yer cekt1n6ly ) nobodv k/m vas. it's' swell.'/ a good cook, olive BUY CAKE LIKE it1-n , now J i vam go'ner 1st| wave another i think can be cut t J vas, va foolep me. i ") shoulda guessep jtz it by the icing/.' v"7 ,^™e, POPEVE, IT CAME) FROM THE 5— . ( BAKEGV// r r-( • T MEM are SO PUMB u I TRICKEP YOU PIPMT sou THAT TIME V know what you were talkimg about// what worries me, is ) half the people in the worlp age women ;m The cake is swell, but they's SUMPin' wrong wit' the icimg hjj << t. ( orf am' eat the 3 tma's a lot of 'EM, AIM'T \\ « Ojg Features Syndicate, Inc World rights reserved
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
A IJ 9 Wmfmt OAM ■fa KATZENJAMMER KIDS 6l/ LI'L BRATS MUSTN OLD MAMA SAID TO VAKE D( K CAP1AIN UP' HOW COULD Vt VAKE MIM DOWN?r bKMIb V DTN'T BLOW UP > gentleman/ L NJOT NICE/ PEATr ITI ^ II b UUl '^v QUARTER-) ^ PINT 7 SUPER PYGMY DON! BE ,SH U.' AGAIN! £ iA HAH/ NOW VEGOT HIM!J mi TEACH HIM TO MIND HiS OWN BlZNESS/ IP VE KIN HEAD MIM OFF FROM HIS STORK-MOBILE VE GOT MIM/ r* DER LiDDLE J DUMMY TiNKS ( VE CANT CLIMB ^ A TREE< m ^ BETTER. GIF 1/ QUARTER-PINT YOU DON'T HAF /,\vVHANCEi >]/ VEN YOU HIT DER GROUND YOU VILL . . CHliST BE A INK -f e (((( 5 POT/ r-S'J v \l • « / vcf **.1 i js/ /•' SHAKE LIDDLE INSECK h \y V( copr. imq KING FE-ATwRER SYNDICATE. In« . WORLD RIGHTS* HIvSKKVt Lit BRATS NOT J VERY SMART/ * BETTERGO SOAK FAT OUT OF KEAD5/ GOOM-BYE' HOME. JAMES/ r 11 T. + t IcONTINUEPl '•' XV> *) 4 * <r3# / P-<1 •bo /, ■y
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
) f ) p-ii ' / muKTEBS *ND exPLoaeas no^a FIK£T ..THE J(?£ETINO j<c *oo>e MELLO" (?\D! 0 STUDIO XAlC NO* INC PCESfcMT *2 uOJfv JME Or i. T*E ^ ^(fEKT f J .UTH3eme.S ON I^Ol £ CAulS 'i-v THE V.OOSE \ .* £VfS.. -lets )<*• so =oe v . DNE ViOOSE ] to thE t *. nice -r DAN A) r THE woos V \ 0 r STSOLu" «* I 1 5 ° (>\ 'V\ A THE c\u- OP 5?0'>A\NiCE •. -IE WOCbu 'Sy X # /I DON'T WlSs COTTONTAIL. I lS SuiuDlNJ" A P«£ =iZ TO ,— VVA2 V\ NOU • r-. - • <*• ^ ^ yzsiKjM siD\\* S A ?A33- ft ' « SC=I2 WOLPS TAKINI" MOLLN hiD£OUT ,NOV\ X IS TO V\A«.£ A SJS5CJE' / 7 / / - - \VJ N si % pES3= HMU -IM *\l / HUM? ' WHAT'S "THAT * 1 fc.sOvv5 Auu ?A3B'T5 Lik.=r CASIO'S I Ll^es 'EV\ TOO. IN *« *>— - \NOLP THANI THAT £1
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
LITTLE ANNIE RPoNEY W$S5?" U S Pa'ttil Ufh« J A. - 7 IT'S TRUE-TIME MARCHES ON-FASTER) js«>' • (than itmos/ep when we were \ x VOUNG BUT- r-x 3— \ f V'ur ~~i, .,-Y^ Atf I \IT|' . ^ .viV^ \ \ V N\V A,M.V M f J THERE'S MO IPS OR BLTS ABOUT IT- TIME USEP TO MARCH ONl-NlOW. TIME LEAPS, DASHES, FLIES AN JUMPS LIKE A FEATHER !N A CYCLONE- ^ LIFE, LOVE, HOMES-BIRTH,MARRIAGE, DEATH, HAVE ALL JOINED THE MAD STAMPEDE-ALL BLINDLY RUSMING ~\TO LEAD THE LUNATICS' PARADE-j \ I'M AFRAID YOU ARE T I DON'T LOOKING AT THE TEMPO) NEED A OF MODERN LIFE pf MAGNIFYING through dark ^ ( glass to GLASSES-.—) SEE A MOUNTAIN- . „ . '■ JPKfr - •— .,,-r- NOR DO You NEED A MAGNIFYING GLASS TO SEE A LOT OF GOOD THINGS IN THE WORLD. IF YOU WANT >-7 TO FIND THEM- ; \ -■ - h3k- — 4S> HAPPY MARRIAGES-ChllLDREN AT PLAY — THE SMELL OF DEEP- PISH APPLE PIE — SUNRISE IN THE MORNING — STARS AT NIGHT — WATER FROM A COOL MOUNTAIN STREAM- j rj ml . x O^- 7 OH, SHUT UP/ IK I fS) *«u <4 ■% /—<\0 C >- ' M J>...
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
by CU\C VOilMG- ALEXANDER. COME BACK HERE" A MINUTE ALEXANDERS TEACHER CALLED AND SAID TO SEE THAT ME DOESNT BRING ANV MOPE BUBBLE GUM TO SCHOOL J U 9 r Ul l OdlH MR DITHERS THE CITY BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE IS HERE TO GET YOUR r SUGGESTIONS / FOR AN ADDITIONAL MEMBER GOOD - NOW HE HAD A STICK--I TOOK JTT'H? ** «\1> ( HURRY OR YOU'LL BE LATE FOR WORK YOURSELF IT A WAV P POM HIM . ,_IL_UUU AN EXCELLENT SUGGESTION-- NOW SEND THE COMMITTEE IN TO MY OFFICE HCvV ABOUT DAGWOOD F WE CAN GET A MEMBER OF OUR FIRM ON THAT COMMITTEE WE CAN DOUBLE OUR BUSINESS NEXT YEAR/ NOW. WHO WOULD BE A GOOD MAN ? 7"^ ©\YM weiios' SOUNDS LIKE THE MAN WE'RE LOOKING excellentTL^5 / OUR MR BUMSTEAD IS FORTHRIGHT GENTLEMEN IVE GOT JUST THE MAN FOR n THE COMMITTEE DILIGENT, INDUSTRIOUS AND HONEST---A MAN OF INTEGRITY AND OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER J & L IS HE A\ MAN OF ' (^FIDELITY?) ^ S HOW ABOUT HIS VERACITY? HES LOADED WITH VERACITY AND IDELITY HE'S A NATURAL LEADER ---A MAN AMONG MEN.' Zk £[ 1 WANT ^ VO...
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
THE LONE RANGER BY BOB Genu K t. SORRY; CHIEF, BUT THIS WAS THE ONLV WAV TO GET VOL) AND VOUR MEN THIS CANVON! NO SHOOT J ) / HOLD FIRE! GET-UM MAVBE HIT H HORSE LITTLE BEAR!y^- , r /"GET HORSE! .4 I \1 H \ CWsClF S HNMIXKO 'irttyVrn ! •' i ft I Ik I .one R.injwf, ! or Jl < *. « .1 bv I ^vrwl««al4. NOW, BOVS, HERE'S OUR JOB. WE'RE TO WAVLAVTHE MULE 6KINNER HALF-/'THEN WE WAV THROUGH THE HANG FER CANVON. THEN DE-£2 MURDER' STROV HIS . I DON'T FREIGHT!/ W. LIKE IT] c THE LAW WON'T SUS- PECT US. INDIANS AT THE FAR END OF THE CANVON WILL GET THE BLAME. NOW COME ON! FOLLOW ME! 6TO ^H-a\iCONTmUED-
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
m BUT THE ROTTEN GLACIER ICE CAVES IN, THREATENING TO BRING THE WHOLE TUNNEL CRASHING DOWN ABOUT THEIR tzARS. & MAKING THEIR WAY ALONG THE PATHWAV IN THE GLACIAL TUNNEL,FLASH AND DALE ARE BLOCKED BY A GAP IN THE ICE. PLASH DECIDES: */'LL M£LT A NEW /=>ATM //V T/-/E S/0E WALL /' ft l STXA/D av ONE AAJ OTHERS' SUOMDE&S/" plash orders the cave men. * WE'LL FALL FORWARD AMD MAKE A /-/C/MAJV 0W06E/ ' flash takes the key post- the man who MUST CATCH the far edge and hang on . the shock almost tears his J. flash braces him- SELF and calls for gork to swing him- self ACROSS. i- •-//, H dale is first across the living bridge with light, swift steps" hurrying so she won't get dizzy. cum l M. KINO FEATURE# 3YNDICATK, Inc. WORLD RIGHTS RESEKtKU [next week: DESTROYING THE GLACIER
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
—p ^I pi I .T< 11^ LINGERIE T5K * VX~ v ,4 l TSK/ 7 ^ X$L-b ~y, ■ kji'1 IB & ><■•'*• flr I ' I .if; /'y, t \«'| COfR. 1946 BY NEA SERVICE, INC /"vVHV DON'T VOU GET SOME. CARRIER PIGEONS POP'S TO ME LP VOU, MISTER ? $(J«PLU5 CARRIER pioeoNS 3S Ok- ft? WM $'S-\ f£P£\ ; Vra^r
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
IN HIS ISTH YE AC, COMPOSE* FIVE OPECAS,TWO SYMPHONIES, TWO MASSES, AMD KG SONGS... FIFTEEN OF THEM IN TWO DAYS. f NEAR SAO PAULO, BRAZIL, IS A FAR/A THAT RAISES ONLY PO/SOA/OOS J HAASS' THE VENOM IS USED AS AN ANTITOXIN FOE BITES. FMOM A &VAW/M& MAO£ Sr AA/ AMC/MMr CAVJS A&T/ST, 1 'iHSlSdlf Seeyuo/a A^// £>3s-<^ , CONTAINS OVER 600,000 BOARD FEET OF LUMBER, OR ENOUGH TO BUILD APPROXlA\ATELY Fo&ry A/ooses. ZZU0X&7& Oc/ctfJr" m ..y in—. 'WHETHER A LADYY SKlRT IS LONG OR SHORT, IT'S OVER HER KNEE,",<X<r MPS. ROBERT GOLDEN, Fn eno/sh/p, HZ/scons/n. ^ THERE IS NOTHING UNUSUAL IN SANTA'S USE OF REINDEER, FOR THESE ANIMALS WERE AMONG THE FIRST LARGE ANIMALS OF THE WORLD TD BE DOMESTICATED... AND LONG BEFORE THE HORSE. & THE ACHILLES TENDON IS IN THE THE YEAR C?00 BEGAN THE 20TH CENTURY YOU CAN GET 4 LEGS OF LAMB FROM ONE LAA^B. (Answers © WGOMG/ IT WAS THE LAJ& OF THE I9TH~, ® G/Gwr/ 'I NAMED FOR HERO OF HOMER'S ILIAD. - - J (A) IVPCWG/ | THE FR...
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
^ it sure f mrs. claus. oan .*> looks l | >ou an itsy run / a 5i th factors with christmas \ out santa for for. a lot vr\ a while7. of kids: a\ , c-x but santa, v sotta we ac. it or set stuck in 5cme. chimney or. apartment house steam pipe: j im 45 pounds too heavy to get into mv magic suit.' christmas onlv a -ew da>s away 2f sob 5 I'll never make it.' w / fa \ " v.t.hamlin T M RIG U s PAT OFF c'mcn. santa'. snap it back with lot6 v- _ y'NSEC: 1 r\Cr whole world: / (, rn if w A r7 }.T :.5fP / j- , OL' 30 v. AND THERE'S NOT A BETTER ONE N oh, allev, this s killing me'. think. op mn heart! OKAY'. OL BOX >Ou RE oONN a GET WHITTLED DOWN TO S7.E .F I HAFTA BOIL >OU <Ni YOUR OWN LAW J a'HV, yes. i th'nk, so: 7 oughta be down about right now- hop on th' scales: honestly, oop, if it w asn't for those kid5. i never could have stood it/ ears off a veteran: without ( i'm afbaid not, ooola! alley. it is v but i left the time two hunnert twenty- six an'a quarter'. well. that do...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
NO CHARGE IF SOUR FRl&ND ISA DUCU. HUNTER, SEND (jor people who don't ham pek ems that write under water, a. HM A CUCKOO CLOCK KE IT'LL KEEP HIS EYE SHARPENED UP = optional with this wrvtlng set a prefabricated tunnel= if 3unior has been c-cfi lm the fifth grade i'm lon6er than seven) mears. here's a gift that will get hlm out- than< w£vt£g.a pop/ \att*jv^\\s ftMlLA KRTlE OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE egad/twlggs/ you are a man of ideas -v- how about helping me to select a christmas gift por marthas? okav my word haven't the- haziest notion what to buy for the oear lady' you don't SEEM, be losing weight worrvlns it. ingto i pan for. \ them how \ about gome^ rare or unusual isay,t*jl66s.'h0v\j would martha like some house hold fixture as a christmas gift 2 HOW ABOUT A SPARE IRONING BOARD GO ^iOU'D 6£ SORE of ironed, shirts? ESAD,TWIGGS YOU 3EST/ OF COURSE t DON'T WANT TO APPEAR. SELFISH 6uch as what.mv „ good maw c7 oh, a pillow stuffed with feathers from that wild unicorn „...
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Borger News-Herald — 15 December 1946
WELL, GROWL, THERE GO THE BODIES OF THE NASTIEST PAIR OF TWINS I EVER MET- - SHIV AND BUBBLE DOUBLE. DO YOU SUPPOSE 5HIV INTENDED TO HIT BUBBLE WHEN HE THREW HIS KNIFE ? ALL I KNOW IS HE JUST MISSED ME AND CAUGHT BUBBLE IN THE THROAT, FLINT. THEN CHIEF CHUM PLUGGED SHIV THE OLD CHIEF SURE FOOLED ME. HE HANDLED THAT HORSE-PISTOL LIKE AN ARMY SERGEANT. I ) ~ AlPM THERE'S THE \ Oil DRUM WE'VE ^ BEEN LOOKING FOR- ■ LODGED ON A SHllF IN ABOUT 15 TfET OF WATER. Vhe case WAS closed, for at that moment, out on the lake... AND THERE S CLIP HIT S BODY INSIDE-- JUST LIKE FLINT SAID IT WOULD BE/ HARDY, WHAT DO YOU THINK OF A GUY WHO LURES A MAN DOWN SOUTH ON THE PROMISE OF SOME FISHING AND THEN PUTS HIM TO WORK ON A MURDER 0 STOP SQUAWK ING, 6R0WL. THE CASE IS CLOSED AND YOU ENJOYED EVERY MINUTE OF IT. FLINT HAS HIS OWN WAY OF GETTING THINGS DONE, INSPECTOR. / WELL, IF IT ISN'T CHIEF WINGSHOT CHUM.' WHAT'S UP ? ©ut before Chum got in, Janet Lilt reached me with other news. WE FOUND THE OIL DRUM...
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T M KG U S FAT av\. etT.ouo? mv.1. vjvva. <^EE.T VOU OUT \K> tRONT NO, THEY OOU'T 9USPtCT A TH\N6 1 ~ir— Vt$ $\Rtt 1 ANO \T'S ^ STIll 60T THfcSt MODERN, NSW fftNGUD IDEAS BtAT ft M\V.t 1 ,«, SIODV OP*\ > LOOK! I TH\S'S OAVEN S V\RST t , < CHRISTMAS AHO HV' >3 WE'RE THIS \S JUST UKE IT WAS IW THE OtO DAVSJjt* WH\Z ROD: WHAT ft WOMOlRFUl S IDEAXr^ri r Vf7gil yip-PPttl AM HONEST T'GOOONESS SIE16K 1 601N6 TO OO Rod's 60TTAI SORPft-HSti Suc\6H RlOt 1 R\6HT r ^ ; 1 % Ui-IB con im< ir hea service. inc T M REG U S PAT OH DV.O THE PHONE (K *\\N>UTE I IT . XU_ frSK SfW. BN&fc. KS.T VA)P\N>TS TO KNOW \F 1 CK"N GO TO fs *T<K<J ?MCW CVUfc \S HN0\N6\ WW Met THEAGL P*tt.T\ES I UKE, ttOttfsCfc* THfs^KS TO ftONN\t PWUXO. (fcGE. \*\ O^OVJ\\_\_E. CMl\P. ir-V^ *rJL>- ;-' ™^S255 >t*- - ■ r - • ■ ■ v c - "*•- "i r- v * - ' - *- V . • " ■ . > • \ '• ■' "' I * m .Mt'm A I rL* *> \ • *■ — *-""■£> I IOON T wou. U TV16 NEUEUBEEN :o <\nv . you \jJE<SE ONCE...