Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 27, 1948 · Page 6
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Wednesday, October 27, 19.48 BLONDIE HOPE STAR, HOPE. ARKANSAS Page Seven "" " x -'—lu I NOTICE THE FAMILY ) WHO MOVED IN ACROSS THE STREET HAVE A NICE LITTLE BOY GLANCES By Chick Youns OZARK IKE By Gulbraith ~-N HOW POE3 } MAMA 'GET S. THIS STUFF ) OFF? J< JL -4- A ,<$£ (• £ V; /-' V«W^ # 'COPR. 1530 DV MEA EtnVICE. INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. Medical Scientist Anfmer (o Pr»T)ou» "She's too ambitious—always wants to lead the class! Looks like George is stuck to carry home a truckload ot books every night!" CARNIVAL By Dick Turner COPn. IMS BY NEA 8ERVICB, 1NO. T. M. REd. U. 8. PAT, OFF. HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured medical scientist, ] Dr. Frederick j 8 Sacred songs i 14 Property ! transferee ! 15 Pertaining to : the lips • 16 Unit of reluctance 17 Eluded 19 Brazilian macaw 20 Born 21 Rent roll 22 Corded fabric 23 Near 24 Thee 26 Abound 29 Phial '• 33 Royal Italian family name 34 Great Lake 35 College head 36 Roman emperor 37 Doctor fab.)' 39 Great (ab.) 40 Steamer (ab.) 43 Expunger 48 Darn 51 British account money 52 Against (prefix) 53 Exist 54 Pious 56 He found the • treatment for diabetes'" 58 Guides ";?' 59 Restrain VERTICAL • 1 Farm building 2 On the sheltered side 3 Egyptian river 4 Symbol for tellurium 5 Passive 6 Glacial snow 7 European wild cherry 8 Entreaty 9 Sorrowfully 10 Heart (Egypt) 11 Falsifier 12 Female horse 13 Blow with open hand 18 Delirium tremens (ab.) 23 Rectify 25 Occurrence 26 Scatter 27 Compass point 28 Greek letter 30 Anger 31 Ventilate 35 Lion 38 Occur again 39Clutch 40 Swards 41 Waste allowance 42 Rant 44 Decays 45 Any 46 Mix 47 Sea eagle 48 Bargain event 49 Goddess of discord 50 Skin tumors 55 Whirlwind 57 Chaldean city 33 35 ?M •a^t- 4^ FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberget If everything works according to plan, I'll be with you 1ft a $A\U kVtl^l l + Ai* I" in a few minutes! 4 'In this capitalistic country, always the masses are downtrodden! You notice mostly the wealthy comrades are aubpenaed by the investigating committee!" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS . , vj£ CAW GET EVEM ONE/ RIGHT/ BOY To TREAT A GIRL /--^BUT YOU PURIN& TvVfpp SEASON!, ( HAVEMT GOT ADMIT YOU'RE" V A CHANCE, LICKED! RISHTV X SUGAR.' Bv BETCHA/jBETCHA/ v OUT OUR WAY --SO AS 7ME BUBBLE (SUM SAID , To THE LIPS , LET'S STICK TOGETHER! "I HE WOM&M MUST PAY " r By J. R. Williams JuST REMEMBER. Tl-IIS,GiRLS- -—"MAM HAS HS WILL, BUT WOMAN HAS HER, WAY/" OUR BOARDING HOUSE /O -27 BORM THIRTY YEARS TOO tSOOhJ „'. «- «a u. With Moior Hoople UNA.! THEIR eyes ARE. SHARP AS A , SORGEOWS PR08R' SDT TWiS IS VI ILL SECRET AS/\ SQOieReL'S • HOARD/ VIC FLINT iSSSi By Ray 6ott« ( TEX TINHORN > CANT GET AWAY '~ WITH ME A HALFBACK *-,WE CAN'T EVEN > FIND. COACH... f,-'WA IT'LL I GET THAT SV/INDLEf^ SORRY, LIBBY, BUT HOW CAN MEND THE BROKEN HEARTS OFACOUPIE WHOSE WST NAME I DON'T KNOW? OH,VIC,DON'T ... TRY TO REMEMBER IF ROBIN AND VERA DIDN'T TELL YOU SOMETHING ABOUT THEM SELVES. . mi^nHnpipn! mi^WimiMirtmmiwim^^^ '/ASH TUBBS WAIT/ HE DID TELl ME HE WAS HEADING FOR A HOSPITAL, AND HE LOOKED DISGUSTINGLY HEALTHY. By Michael O'Maliey & RolDh Lane 'f WHL, VVHATSORrOF H&JittHY PEOPLE ALWAYS GOING HOSPITALS MU6TUE FOLLOWED us HERE...PEOBABL.V HIRED TO DO THE THAT RUFFIWJ SLAPPED WE FOR HIS JOB WITH THE YANK "I HE WM^ OUT TO KILL IF SO, I KNOW X AMD IP SMEATH OF NO ONE IN \ KNOWS VOU'RE ENGL&WO WITH A HERE HELPINGS, MOTIVE EXCEPT / HE'LL BE EVEN SNENTH1 / WORE OESPEEFTE TO FIND THE BOX ATOMCEl 31. Leslie Turner -'s ^Ti »^ // nci-irt.ii CAR OR NO CAR, WE ON TO THE: VIL.I-A<3rE WHERE V0!> THOUGHT A FRISND Ml&HT By Corf-• ."inder's'bn va DONALD DUCK THE- WONDER CANINE/ F^ ^...•.•;CARI_. IF y por4'T LIKE IT, i'u- TA<E IT SAC< AMD EXCHANGE " PUTTING - TO A LOT OF TROUBLE.,, I COULP BE POWN ANP BACK. THIS WAV I'M SURE TO GET ..ER.. OKAY. AflLEY OOP 8y Walt Disney OH , PONT \ , ey...n.u \ XCHANGE IT i SOMETHING / THAT COSTS < EXACTLY THE ) SAME.'/ BOOTS By V. T. Hamiin \ V)OK>D't'R. POPEYE By-Edgur Martin ^^vfOi v ;i>^K x> ~2 — ^ • £ ',-^ \ M£3c-^28 ?\, . GALB, THE HISTOC/ INFLATES A FRESH BALL WANT LUMMOX.'/ g rt^uin S>r.J.-:y liK WgU ijjfrti rtxratj. "i M-,

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