Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 4, 1936 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 4, 1936
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AN'THAT, [GENTLEMEN, is |MY BATTLE PLAN,, TUCK THESE ^OOMPAHS-I KNOW, WE CAM- ill D1NNYS FAMILY ALBUM AtpB MGHSTERS OP THE: PREHISTORIC^ -PASY [6RAV07 SO KING GUZZLE BENT A CLUB ABOUND YER EARS AM' KICKEDCHA OUTA HIS PALACE, EH? WELL, WELL I DIOMT THINK TH' OL BOY HAD IT, IN 'IM / 'YEZZIR 'HE ALL TIME LOUD ' HOLLER HE WAR DECLARE OM OOMPAH / 1 *, SO GUZ UP AN' DECLARED WAR OM US, DID HE ? HEH - AWRIGHT - IF WARS WHAT HE WANTS, WE'LL GIVE IM SOME. 1 I HATETHAFTA FIGHT AGIN MY OWN COUMTRY- BUT HE ASKED FOR IT MESOHIPPUS ' THIS SMALL OLIGOCEWE (A GEOLOGICAL ERA OF SOME 2.O MILLION YEARS AGO") CREATURE, ABOUT FORTY INCHES LONG-, REPRESEWTS APPROXIMATELY THE SECOMD MAIM STAGE OF HORSE EVOLUTION! IM NORTH AMERICA. UNLIKE ITS FORERUNNER, THE EOHlPPUS,THAT HAD FOUR TOES ON ITS FORE FEET, THE MESOHIPPUS, SLIGHTLY LARGER, HAD BUT THREE.' /(/EXT WEEK: ARSINOETHERIUM HEY, BC SOUWDTH'CALL T ARMS.'WE GOTTA WAR OKI OUR HANDS. 1 WE GOT WAG"? HOTSY TOTSY WOTSY/ i WHOOPEE. 1 J NOW,BO/S,I DON'T THIMK THIS WAR'LL AMOUNT T'MUCH-BUT, F THESE FELLAS SHOW FIGHT, JUS' REMEMBER THEY'RE FRIEWDS OF MIME - SO GO EASY ON 'EM' OKYUMDOKE,, KING OOP, WE ] 'SOCK UM EASY.' POOR OU GUZ! WHEW HE GETS A LOAD OF MY ARMY OF BIG MUGS, HE'LL BE PLUMB SCARED T DEATH '• HE AXT HIS MOOVIAN ACMV'LL NEVER STOP RUNNING/ moo 1 BELLY ACHE.' '\ AINT HAD SUCH A ) AM' I COULDN'T >-^^~~\ WHEW IT COMES T'BRAWN AN' ' GOOD LAUGH SIMCE < A 5WUNG THIS/FOOZV.lX MUSCLE, T AIMT5O STRC5W OOPS DINOSAUR HAD) BIG CLUB IF r - / SURE GOTTA\ BUT WHERE BRAIMS ARE HAND IT TO I CONCERNED, I'M THERE OU.' VOUR BIG) WITH A BONG.' AS IVE IDEA SURE /SAID BEFORE, AW MOV WORKED, AN'J REPEAT - BRAINS IS HOW/ ^XSUMPIN THATCAU'T BE BEAT/ '•MY LIFE HAD J DEPENDED IT/

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