Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 3, 1948 · Page 5
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Wednesday, November 3, 1948 By Chick Youn<» AND I'M GOING TO CHANGE MY MAKE- UP AND USE DARKER NAIL POLISH AND DIFFERENT PEPFUMG- ISNT THAT THRILLING? r~~ I WHAT DO MEN DO f VWHEM THEV GET X~* ALL A MAM *->>. (CAN DO is GET HIS* J ^-t SHOES SHIMEP ) ^-^•—-^r—'r ^ IM TIPED OF LOOKING AT MYSELF- I'M GOING TO BE A NEW TYPE THIS WINTER 1 AND START WITH A NEW HAIRDO : -'$'V V.TIPED OP LOOWNG i-4'S -^v AT THEMSELVES ' ^ < ^^ ^-^ ^ s* • !L°_ PE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Flv« SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith CARNIVAL COPB. 1946 BY HEA SERVICE. IMC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. By Dick Turner doesn't he ever writs anything about what tJie.pro- , > .lessors say? He's told us every word uttered by the ;" coach since college started!" ') wish you'd see that the door sticks just a little Kit—I like to know when Mr. Perkins gets in of a nightl" FRECKLES AND HIS FWENDS Bv BJossei FUNNY BUSINESS By iHersnbergei fLS-jpS g I/-3 -ly HERE HE \DIPLOMACY FIRST/ COMES/ \ IP THAT FAILS Do we SCRAG POPEYt "J lost an election bet with my wifej'* You MUST HAVE \ NATCH, BUT HILDA HEARD SONAETHiNS: JlbLD Me TWIRr^ iT7 STOOP FOR — THE- WOMAN IS REQUESTED To —THIS'WEEK Is REALLY PEACHY /; ^JHE BALL IIS ftlEKlED • SIDEWAYS .SO'S IT WONT . BE OVER OURSIDE'S GOAL LIME.'; 0E5PERAT£Ly, COACH gO'Cl^y HIMSELF SGWALS 9EE, LUMMOX.'.' PO THIS.'.' Thimble 1 nearet LUMMOX TO (UMAMIX IS LOCKINJ'" v ^=T7 eiGMr / , X--=£> V ATCMA, < ( ©S^2^i Ccpr 10-18, K OUT OUR WAY 'MO/,' WO// LUMMOX /f) THE BALL, MOT THEJ~;— ^-rv 1 By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE CAREFUL— CAM'T YOU Y HOLY SMOKE/ I ShE SU<3AR- HA WALKED OUT DM HIS WIFE? HE KMOWS WE LIKE HER AN)' HE'5 6OK1MA BE MIGHTY TOUCH*' DOM'T KNOW WHAT WE SHOULD SAY I ABOUT HIM COMIM 1 \ BACK HERE/ THIS 15 A BACHELOR. OUTFIT—-JUST SAY HOWPy WHILE 1 THINK/ ^/&r^t^ ^M^W ff^ THE RETURM OF SUaAR.THE COOK T. M. hLC U, £1 (-•.>-. C** 1 . I With Moior Hoople -.OWE OF fAYGOOO^^,EGAt), MARTHA .'tHIS IS THE ^ EMAHELED PANiS^YOO 8lG /^-CLIMftv: OF MY CAREER/-!-*. KMACK\MORST/-"-T, "DO^T ^"fl IF MV FORMULA R6MOME3 53? WA^T IT SPOILED VMtTH TK/\T-K\ TH& STAINS Pf?OA\ THIS V STUFF YoO'RE COO^lrtG"DO\Ml>i-} UTE^SIL^SMe'LL f^E£D A ); STAIRS /-*«• WHY 'DO^T V HA.Y BALER FOR OUR /. «. X WAKE A NAVSTERY )h (> -V OUT OF YOU FOR, '" %:\1"H& HOhA\CI : %? I . \ \MORK ONi ','.-< l^ 5r - iisi A \ /f ---*Yh IT SiiSTSo.^ OZARK IKE Bv Rav Go»te» OZARKS CHANGING INTO A WILDCAT UNIFORM, COACH- SHOULD BE READY TO PLAY BY THE SECOND QUARTER/ ...PLAYING BASEBALL DIDN'T PUT THE KID IN SHAPE FOR POOTBALL... AND, BESIDES, HE'S NOT FAMILIAR WITH OUR. SIGNALS/ BUT THERE'S ONE PLAY HE CAN RU WITHOUT SIGNALS; },/ NOT | TODAY, r I STORMY... By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane ITS SOMETHING VERY /THIS IS MY V\PS IT'S ALL PERSONAL I CAME TO COUSIN, CHRIS-\RIGHT TO TALK SEE YOU ABOUT, DR. \TOPHER MAL10Y,)IN FRONT OF ME, ARCHER. COULD I \MR.F1INT. /I KNOW AIL THE SPEAK TO YOU AlONE? /v, __l^-f\ FAMILY SECRETS. * HAN6 AROOND, CUDDLES," 1 MY BOY. IF THIS FLINT TURNS OUT TO BE THE SAMf DICK V6RA WENT TO, YOUR LITTLE GAAAE MAY BE UP OKAY, I'll GIVE IT TO YDU STSAI6HT..VOOR WIPE :AME IN JUST AFTER YOU LEFT AND WANTED ME TO KEEP AN EYE ON YOU/ 1C BV HCA SESVICE. IMC. T. IB. REC. V._3. PAT. Bl Leslie Turner . ..,..'5 THE VERV P^R^SE ROLAND USED ... UNCLE I IN 6ORROWIN& TOOL5 THM" NIGHT 1 ..,. " ..CALL ^Z\^^^^°^ HE1RLOOMS! ^~~—l% HE WAS TOO V WHY. VES, CAUTIOUS TO &DMIT / IT WAS AM HE WftS HIDIN& A ODD OMB,,, VALUABLE TREASUKE'A RtGM>OOM PO YOU RECALL THE X MM.OKE! FELLA'S WAME? I I'REMEWBEB. NOW..,\T WAS RIGGY. MOT RESJJIE, VOUR UMaE CALLED HIM 1 . HE'S THE (MN WE'RE A>FTfeB INQUIRE ^BOUT HIS By Carl Anderson DOMALD DUCK 6y Walt Disney By V. T. HamHin AND O!?P 15 HIS FKIEND? I'p 15 SO li THINK ALLEX ATTENTIVE I WOULDN'T TO ME.' X. LIKE THAT.' COME ANP JOICJ U5 " TO -MW , VVV. o/'T^S T; 4 / 1 ' KKx-^^i^^ BUGS BUNNY GOLFIM' AGAIN VvlTH / IF THE LITTLE JERK RUN.' OUTA CLUBS I'LL B= 'AU.WNTER/MJ '\ : m —)c±J=c.±5 SH88g^u^^*W ! PS^^;^JL.jJ ^y^^^j: J \ ^ir-M^

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