Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 23, 1948 · Page 5
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Saturday, October 23, 1948 HOP I STAR, HO Pp. BLONDIE Page Fiva GOOD TIME TO •, FIX THF CUFFS ) ON DAG WOODS PANTS, WHILE HE'S IN THE ANYTHING >^-( j GUF _ SS POPS FOR THE - ( PANTS AKE SUPPOSED CLEANERS?,/ "-, T O GO ••-THEY'RE HANGING HERE COME BACK M \A/ITH MY -&9 RANTS/^It \J By Chick Younn OZARK IKE ( FINE THING WHEN ^ A MAN HAS TO —-" • f CHASE HIS OVvn ) PANTS UP AND -^A *~7 DOWN THE V ~^ STREET .' il- W 1, S1DE GLANCES Bv Galbraith ^ COPR. 1940 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OPF. Singer Attanrr to I'rcvlniin rn»»i» "'Oh, she's the cutest thing I ever saw, but i wish the first word she learned to speak wasn't 'grandma'!" HORIZONTAL 1.7 Pictured singer 11 Fruits 12 Whirlwind 13 Attempted 15 Auricle 1G Greater in stature 19 Period of time 20 And 22 Vend 23 Simple 24 Oriental measure 26 Daybreak (comb, form) 27 Car 30 Unfrosh 34 Happening 35 Wearies 3G Stove 37 Avoid 38 Symbol for erbium 39 Of the thing 40 Go by 43 Cotton fabric 47 Cloy 51 Molt drink 52 Dress 54 'r<'.$>t 55 Gull-like birds 57 She is heard the radio 58 Train tracks 60 Newts 61 Sea nymphs VERTICAL, 1 Transaction 2 Boat paddles 3 Railroad (ab.) 4 Hops' kiln 5 Cavity X5 Shout 7 Steamer (ab.) 8 teour (ab.) 9 Assistant 10 12 months 11 Vegetable 14 Dyestuff 17 While 18 Cloth measure 21 Citrus fruits 23 Causes 25 Bury 26 Compound ether 27 Indian weight 28 Uncle Tom's friend SE mm •Ma SEL N Si EUGENE O'NEILL H! MED-UU UP s. asa AI el5T g N,ES liBo pg BPlAlR QO BX.lJg 29 Low haunt 31 Brazilian macaw 32 Conducted 33 Compass point 40 Light touch 41 On the sheltered side 42 Slave 43 Lieutenant (ab.) • 44 Short jacket 45 Baseball team 46 Either 48 Dry 49 Sesames 50 German river 52 Onager 53 Before 56 Symbol for niton, 59 Sloth EO ^^ fcO 38 H 52 L., Hi, 35 37 58 10 31 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ^xT rorn. '-:43 nv IIEA aeRVice, inc. T. M. R~<L u. s. PAT, uSF. ^ FUNNY BUSINESS By Hersnberget ©* 1 TTTTI &> V&'tiv? - ;.,.S'-\*iy& ~.^';-. ^j^-?, J - "V^^, it's inflation -I (.•;.•; on rubber -Liroji" "He't heartbroken—his engineer's on strikel" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDb 6v b«osae» WMftT IF TWIRP SE-ASON IS A I^AORAL VICTORY FOR SPECIES'? THE POOR. DEARS NEED A UTTJ-E / \>-!\-\y /-RENT VOU GALS EMSAGED \ YEAH, IF YOU HAN& OUT OM < t(J C'-LvrUL EiAPLOYMEMT? LEAVE" STREET CORNERS, HOW CM j us r^wsMB-cR— THE WOMAN /YOU SUPPORT us IN THET I IS KfQUESTED TO PAY/ r _-/STVL_E_WE'p_uKE.lp GET OUT OUR WAY rf IT'S NiCEr. OF gi 1 WANT Hlfv =" \ GO TO SEN VsT^. I MOiJNJTAir -~- vou/ 1 HAD A ACCI- YOU BOYS TO Kil DEMT LAST NIGHT ) ( DIDMT WANT HIM TO >( --I'LL TELL YOU SEMTIMEL ) ABOUT IT WHILE ITA1M WITH A WE'RE OM OUR / / UP \ WAV UP THE ^/ ( FIRST?) ^ .^s By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE '"":-<?.'••.->/THE AOTUMM WJINDS ^ With Major Hoople PHlWt AXEL^^CHOLV— WoAfP-MOArPF/JIflilllD S - 44\ ELVT -L MUST^T YIELD TO SAO- 4 • M PA« . 'I I i Ti .L .j . _ J ^^ . . . .1-n.A. T~^ ^— . _ — X' I '1 "^' ' ScAOTlPL."- • PACKAGESj BlAT / '&?*&!*.'••'•If ;':.:: : Y UC.I UN13 HIM l^::^i V^ENi THE SURPRISE PACKAGE ff ...BUT AH AIN'T FLAPPIN'A \ ?/ EYELID TILL WE GIT HOME WITH ALL THAT MOMEY AH A GOT HID IN YO' B--- Bv Rav GotiP VIC FLINT COA1E NOW, AIA'AM. THINGS CAN'T- BE THAT BAD. YOU WANT ME TO SHADOW YOUR HUSBAND AND I WON'T DO IT, THAT'S ALL. A WHY CRY ABOUT IT? By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane WHY, ITS THE BIRD THAT WAS IN HERE HALF AN HOUR AGO.' V/ASH TUBES 81 Leslie Turner HENRY By Carl .Miderson / DONALD DUCK 1 6y Walt Disney ^f.^.. r.'..,,,h.,,fi i.,- i;ir.- r ALLEY OOP By V. T. Harniin AwRifiHT DOPE; r, S X ALLEY.' THAT'LL \...IF y^u K^PN'T cc l ^l£ 1 ' CR'ACKS AE7UT U&' - NOW, \ \\A5 C'i'lNcS- / WITH Y 5'JSi'irAK5"~/ Ci'SLKfi CLOYH£5,'V f 'l v »TAes, L NO SUCH r f Pi?AOGIN(S, YOU'D .-•" ( £JV SAD.-KV. I \ I... y\ THINS... _/V KNOW HE WAS •\ C.;j6HTA... <;! r>~_ if ,.",vNr-- NOVV YOU TVVcP RUN \ / LOVELY WE.VTHEE ALONG...I'M GOIN<5 T<7 / / WERE BE VERY BUSY ALL P,SY.' BOOTS iKB)TTw»v»r;-i •(' ;,•!),,; i y j / .1 /A WBtfl '•, .„-„ ..8 KfJv®-- '( '• i:..-...:..- liife^;- ^.Aa^ POPEYE By Edgor MarHn Thimble Theater IT TO 0(2. FULLPAGE, WHY A( T Af THE6AME? YOU tUELL, 7 BAP - TICKET " t -^ t:l THERE'S A fJUAtoE THAT Me. LUMMOX is A PAID/ ATHLETE AND YiT 7 S~AU MOT A STUDENT^ UE ./ IS TAkiNC5 BASKET U)EAVIN6, ADVANCED AN'C? fiJPl. .,, 4

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