Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1948 · Page 5
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i Tuesday, November 30, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE/ARKANSAS Page Five BLONDIE By Chick Young JUST ONE MORE THING DEAP, BEF"Of?E YOU LIE' DOWN-WILL YOU PIX THE SINK DRAIN FOR ME? Opl lt<l, K.rpfi; SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith COPP. >43 nY KEA SERVICE. IflC. T. IV!. PEG. U. 6. PAT. OFF. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Now, Uncle Wed, with my new boy friend here, please don't tell your story of how cute 1 was as a baby, when you photographed me in the nude on the bear rugi" By Oi> COPR. 19*8 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. "Certainly you're still the bouncer—it's just that we need you to bounce 'em in. for a while instead of outl" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Sv BSosses CREEPERS/ CHRISTMAS ONLY THREE WEEKS OFF AND ' ..y^'ZZ.'""'" 0 THANKS, SON/AND HEREfe A DIMf FOR BEIN& SUCH AM HONEST LAD / FROM A SMACKER. DOWN \ BOTH/ "IO TEN PITIFUL PENCE' IS / LCSIN& THAT 8SVFLATIQN OR, /THE. BUCK DEFLATION? ^/ WAS DEFLATIONARY• ; ?<V > '\\, •• ^ ; : "Sorry ! have to let you go, Jordan—but you're getting to the age when you look as important as i do!" ---BuTjusr \ weU. WAIT TILL we GET TRV TO BUY SOMETHING- WITH TME WO LARGE GLASSES "-,,>« ECONOMICS t^m WONDERFUL^ "'tSk FHOOEY/ POPEYf. Thimble Theater , DID JMO, COACH, I PROPPEDMif WELL, TAKE A LOOK AT VCAJ PUT V* 'IM LIP IMA CORMER miffigr i 5S^3iS«ISSISSSr THIS ?? ' LLtMMOX I IN THE LOCKER ME FAINTED ONCeY lf: WE TBIES TO W" HE'S A HEEO, ME AALJSf S CfJHEM WE SHOWEDJMAKE A SPEECH M DO IT SOMEHOR) /' ' HIM A eOOK/yrfHE'LL PPOP DEAP/.'S J'-30 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE MA, COME IM HERE A MINUTE / WHEM HE WAS LITTLE I ONLN HAP TO IROSL OUT TH' PLEATS IM A SHEET OR TWO OF THE MEWS- PAPEES—Niovv; WITH HIS SIX-FOOT-TWO AND A Bl CITY SUNDAY PAPER, I HAVE A BISSER WEE& IRONING THAN ^OU.' f!? r.« H£ u . 8 f «. w . wm MOTHERS GET OP With Maior Hoople ESATJ, 60ST5R./ THIS OLTJ SCOTLAND i^ VDU LOOK LIKE SOME- VARD DISGUISE is ONLV TEMPoRAfiV V Triit^3 THAT FELL OUT -"—TlLLX CAKl RAISE *0& TO kEEP W OFAt^ FSl FILE/-— ^ THAT MUSCULAR MRS. ROLL\MELL % S 4f BUT IT'S Too BAD You ' UMBRELLA OUT OF MVRiBs— f/A^/l\ CANVT •DINATHAV • x- is t>i |> PLUTESCO,THe Y SPECIALIST/-— -— SHUDDER A% HE- PASSES = OZARK IKE RELAX, BOYS... OUR BETS ARE DOWN AT FORTY TO ONE THAT NO TOUCHDOWNS WILL BE SCORED TODAY.'..-V rr ...AND OZARK IKE S BEEN INFORMED T.MAT THE PROFESSOR'S HEALTH RIDES ON HIS PREDICTION h. OF A 2-0 WILDCAT VICTORY.'] By Michael O'Malley ?, Ralph Lane ME EVEN \ >', DINAH... ) NO SENSE tIM >V\E TRYIN' T* SCO', . TH'PUHFESSUHS ^ NGVUH WRONGj /•W0 STRANGELY ENOUGH, FOR THfcCC- QUAftTCfi$\ THE SO-CALLED 'HIGH-SCORING AQOS "PAH. Tin CALLED HIGH-SCORING PROS"FAIL TO TALLY. r .>.BUT LATG IN THE FOURTH... LOOK.'.. OZARK'S (GROAN) HE MAY GO AIL Ttt'MAYf V5C Fl INT Fn's CUDDLES AND OLD J -1ADV TO ME, CHRISTOPHER, DIVORCE WILL ALWAYS BE TRAGIC. YOU KNOW HOW MUCH I PREFER THE SIMPLE HOME UK YOUR GPANDFATHER AND I LED TO VOUR MODERN RACING AROUND. W BUT IT'S FOR THE SAKE OF OUR FAMILY THAT I'M HERE, PLEADING (OR FORGIVENESS TOR COR DIVORCES. AFTER ALL, ROBIN, HIS CHILD AND I ARE TH£ ONLY MMILY HAVE.' TIMES HAVE CHANGED, GRANDMOTHER . AMD NOT FOR THE GETTER. THE WORD "FAMILY" SEEMS TO MEAN NOTHING. BI Leslie Turner ms HNVWER.FOUMD BESIDE THE OiCTIWS CRUSHED HEAD, UNDOOBTEDLV WfXS THE MURDER WEIXPOM, INSPECTOR- rav MORNING"^ POLICE ARE COMBIMG ENGLM1D FOR RIGftDOONVS MURDERER, WHILE THE C.I.P. SEEKS GUIDEWce TO COMUICT HIM. OM THE COMTRPvRV... LOOK WHi»>T I 3UST FOUMD IM CAPTWW LUGGAGE (NT HIS LOMPOM UOTEL- AR/VW OFFICER'S IDKWTIFICMIOM CfXRD! THE HANDLE VIELDEO A NICE SET OF F PRINTS. AS VET WE HWE MO PRINTS OF THE SUSPECT TO COMPARE TKEV ML CARRIED THEM DURIM6- THE WfVK. HE PPOBftBLY BROUGHT VT W.OMG- FOR IDEWTIFICMIOM IW CPsSWWG CHECKS'. / / £w«^>>« AS>-~ : - rm ' / £^^g?fe®r sjm^$p®» / '"^-vSm M& h-^ 3y Cor! SEE THE Bl<&DIPPER 10 DONALD DUCK 6y Walt Disnew 5y V. T, Harbin OV, YES. NOW THAT HZ>$ V THERMS SOME- / THERE MAY BE YOU'KE \ RIP OF POKABA-BV- THIN& VJEONS, SUMPIN IN WHAT EXPECTING} HE H\6 A PRESENT / RTOZY-ALLEV 1 Yi'LJ SAY... I'LL 5(3 ALLEY / HE'S JUST DYING A IS LONG \ CHECK ON IT TO iSIVE ME.' ,/ \ OVEEPUE/ A. FJ1GHT AWAY.' T I ' J-. ,\ I POIN' DOWN IN TH V I \ TONVN ..,i?EEM5 OUITE /" .?\ A> CEOWD MILLIN' A\?' ? J V ACJOUN 1 .' __^" 331 ii v, i VEP.'0.'<£UZ \l'u.6Ay,' SAVE HIM THMOL' OOPS TH' GUV \ BUSINESS STILL OUT IN TH 1 COOP \ ANP IS MY PAL, i HOW/ X KSTONE.' HOOTS 8y Martin Y-OO\< \\^< HOYXOWs \ ^ .... J j^jAS^ \ V.. T. M.'Rfc. U. S. PAT. Off BUGS BUNNY RUSTi-S N'iS. A t-iUN'iC O' PAP5J2. AN' A. PENCIL., j}-' NOW Ni.3 V.E X POZEM CASIKOTS OJT.^s V = S. ^ STOREHOUSE... 6V. CV v HSSE A-SE THE CAW WOTS , 3wT WriAT. -,.?

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