Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 9, 1948 · Page 5
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Tuesday, November 9, 1948 HOPE STAR, HO P E, ARK AN S AS fiv* BLONDIE By Chick Young OZARK IKE By Michael O'MaHey & Ralph Land ' WHY-OH-WHY DID I LET HIM GET AWAY.V WELL, DRY YOUR EYES, TINHORN, AND WATCH MY BOYS CONVERT THIS EXTRA POINT/ NINETY YARDS OZARK COVERED , FOR THE r TYING TOU6HDOWN "EX/ GOODNESS, WMOT A MESS! THIS-GOES HERE AND THIS GOES HERE DO YOU ' WAVE TO CLEAN OUT THE CABINET NWH1LE I'M SHAVING? J I CAN FORETELL, THE EXACT SCORE BEFORE A. GAME// NOW 1 CAN'T FIND ANYTHING Uv Rav Got*** FINE STATE OF AFFAIRS YWE DID COME BY\ SIDE GLANCES WHERE'S MKS. ARCHER, LITTLE GIRL? DUNNO. CAUED A\E UP TO WATCH CHRIS AND THEN SHE WENT OUT, OUDDEN LIKE-. Bv Galbraifh r-M A WIFE ISM'T / SURPRISE, CUDDLES. By Dick Tumor HOMS TO GREET HER /SHE'S PROBABLV < HUSBAND AT FOUR TAKEN lime CHRIS OtiQCK, ROBIN. AND GONE SHOPPING. WORK LATE AT TH£ HOSPITAL. Bl Leslie Turner WASH TUBES VOLI'RE EXHAUSTED FROM 1 D/XVS O 1 RUM UP HONEV. I'LL HUER.V ^Mo EEPOar AFTER. 1'UE FOUND THE WDiNG PUftCEl aiSADOON \e DUE HOME &V SUNDOWN. IT'S TIME I SHOVE OFF PENWV! BUT \ TU) HER COOM. PENMY FlGttTS f^ FEELIM& OF EV\PT/ LOMEUNE5S A FOREBODING OF IMPEMPWG- By Carl Anderson COPR. 1943 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. BEO. U. S. PAT. OFF COPR. to<a BY IlEA SERVIC6. INC. T. M. REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. "Oh, is Mrs. Smith your neighbor? We hear so much gossip about her—she must be very popular! "Man's best friend'. Maybe, but did you ever try to borrow five cellars from a dog?" PRECKLESANp HIS FRIENDS GOODNIGHT, KIDS/ THANKS FOR MA.K ING AW ASIMGr MATf?OM FEEL LIKE A SCHOOLGIRL AGAIN / FUNNY BUSINESS OOM'T FORGET TME PARTY AT OUR. /- . HOUSE I \NELL TO- /BE I GOOD MORROW/-THERE NIGW NISHT/ 1 ./ 1 / Cy Walt Disney SCRA/W.GRAN'PA?" is THAT SEAT TAKEN? c i-HOPE?.WMEM SHE MUSr j TAA ELDERLY AT LEAST 351 J THAT ^A/ELL. PRESERVED / SHES A WIDOW, Too SOSH-, WHY WASNT 1 BORM 15" YEARS SOONER? By V. T. Hamiin HE COULDN'T KNCW IT WAS He didn't say what restaurant he Was heading forl" PQPEYE Thimble Theater IF X. HAP 3, AN 1 V HAD 28, ETC., MAM!! HE GETS THE IDEAS _. UJHEM VA SHOm IT IM_APPL£Sj/j 1-2-3-4-5-6-7 FOE OUR PILE// /a i Gcnr* ZEE WHW THIS ALL A.BOUT ETC..'.' OJELL, YA SEE ?? s&y. r • THAT'S THE SCORE/' :pOP ^ TO EXPLAIN) j «pp f . >/-? ^'^•^•.S^ By Edgur Martin ,906 I VOOi SO 'U5 XO SO VOO'U- Hf^it. . 09 SO OUR BOARDING HOUSE Wif-h Maior Hoople OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams YOUR WE\rt DertT/M-yVNE KNOVO VOU'RE BOMS" SODMDS SO ^ ALWAVS 6EEIMS ^ MADE MElODiODSTOUS, ^-fHlhiSS OTAER. PEOPLE DO^T- 4Z ^ TBftMK Yoo, SOT x WE PLAMK „ VOL) To TME TUrOe }\ ER.V LOOKS AS ^ TO THE HILT FROM A OF *SO/// FAIR AS A LliJe/^ LOCALTSCOOl^, TO^ TIGHTER I WRAP -xx, THEM AROUWP, THE ,^1 BIC3GER THEY GET-- %gx\ TILL BV SATURDAY L HAVE TO WALK LIKE A. SAILOR TO (SET OWE ANKLE PAST THE OTHER./ VOU COULD CHAMC5 TWICE A WEEK, BUT YOU DON'T LIKE THAT NEW A MR. t?OLL\MEL.L.' BUGS BUNNY A\mw v \WisXl'Jc% --^r- f: '.'J'-J 1 -., 1~ \ ^^- - ^- ^®fcr^/'A---*^-VK J BORM THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOKi c i."-,^V»'«*«< , ,;a

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