(Strip Number 328, Original Publication Date, 28 October 1982)
Panel 1: As our story continues, we see John telling Mike to hold still as he trims the wings off the plane; Mike, who doesn't trust his idiot father with sharp objects and is wriggling so as to avoid a body part or two ending up on the floor, says that he is.
Panel 2: Elly materializes into the room and asks John what's going on; he says that he's cutting the wings down so that they can fit through the door.
Panel 3: Instead of reminding him that Mike could easily walk sideways or take the thing off, Elly chortles that Chinnuts didn't trim her wings until she was fifteen.
Summary: Since one of the Lynnsights in the second crappy treasury had her bloviate that Ursula really would have disowned her if she and someone else lived together, expect a bunch of petulant whining about how unfair it was that Alan got treated like a prince while she got treated like a prison inmate. She DOES have a legitimate grievance because fathers do still tend to act like teenaged daughters need protecting from themselves; the thing is that this grievance doesn't belong in this particular strip.