Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 2, 1948 · Page 9
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Thursday, December 2, 1940 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page Seven BLONDIE J GOT TWO GOLD STARS AND A SILVER STAR IN SCHOOL TOPAY DO YOU MEAN TC> SAY THE TEACHEQ DIDN'T GIVE STARS FOR? BEING SMART By Chick Young THEM \WHY DID THE KIDS BOTHER TO LEARN THEIR " LESSONS ? ,- ^nc SIDE GLANCES Bv Galbraith CARNIVAL N^t*Y>. ^FS^^Sv .ivI/Sw-S.*? COPR. 1940 BV NEA SERVICE, INC. T. H. RCG. U. S. PAT. OFF. By Dick Turner <&2-, TgptS;? ? ^ ,tf^ tOPR. 1MO 0V NEA SERVICE, 1HC. T. M. REO. U. 8. PAT. OFP. "Don't try to answer now, but didn't Feller disappoint you in the world series?" "Why don't you scream at him, Elmo, like you do at me when I ask for money?" 'FRECKLES AND HIS FP-IENPS 6v Blosser FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershbergei IXMAY ' MO EATINO CIP THE PROFITS WE HA,VEN'T M/^DE Y&T. YOU KNOW THERES ONE MITCH IM THIS PACKAGE-CARRYING BUSIMESS / WHATTA THEY GOT wr COMPETITION } HAWftir GOT ?^JUST A PAECHU., DELIVER/ "When you're through, comb it sort of careless againl" POPEYE THANKS!.I DON'T X SORRY, LADY, BUT.- ZITMER- S r^ P r? S .^ Y °, U COULD J HUNTING AIN'T EXACTLY ^ -S_ 1$ -^^ COPR. 1MB GY H'EiTbERVl'c'E.'lNC.^TrM. REcruTSTpAr! OFf. Thimble Theater OUR NEXT SPEAKER IS THE ONLY) MAM EVER TO A\AKE ALL-AMEEICA ^ IM EVEEV POSITION OM THE TEAM!.' YA (r.Or THE SPEECH UJIAAPV tUEOTE f-'OP T-' LUMAMX ?? ' I'LL PUT YOU IN PROMT) OF 'MA AM' YOU TH£O60 Z VER voice. 1 /) GREETINGS, ME FRIEN'S^ AW FELLOW TEAMMATES.? OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams BOARDING HOUSE / THAT FOOL DOG MUST THIMK IT LjfiHTEMS TH' JOLT OF tANSPIMfc BY SPREADIM' HIS TOES THAT WAV - - ONLY MORE OF HIM A TAKES TH' JOLT, IS ALL.' EVEN) PEOPLE AIN'T GOT THAT'M EtG&ERED OUT— WHETHER IT'S EASIER TO TAKE A LOT OM A LITTLE, ER A LITTLE. ON J THE BUMPER. With Maior Hoople , DISGUISES/ v^HY Sl-(OLSLD X E A wouse ?-— IF THAC EMBATTLED MRS. £OLLVJELL TAKES ME, I'LL SlMKl-tER v\)lTK --\ "5TECsi A.MO -.IS, LOFTY ' 2q VOO'D GET 30ST AS FAR. --• SIMKIMG tHB QUEEN MARY 6LST 6O AUEA.D — IF YOU t COME OUT OF THIS VJITK * YOUR PORES INTACT, YOO CA^ GET A 308 T6ACH|I^G y COBRAS TO SKML&/ p': ^ ^ _ ALOtOS A 07ARK (Kf (GPOAN) AM DONG FUMDLGD S/V\ACK THEM CYCLONES' YARD LINE By Michael O'Malley & Ralph Lane X ^ AND WHO RCCOVCRCD /S T ANYBODY'S •IF THE WILDCATS •» HAVE IT, WE LOSE A »H FORTUNE.'. ..AND YOU. PROFESSOR, WILL LOSE YOUR LIFE , r VIC FLINT 8v Ray I STILL DEPLORE WUR DIVORCES, \ :HRifspPHER, AND THE- IMMINENT \ ONE C* 1 YOUR COUSIW ROBIN. BUT I I PROMISE YOU GOTH SHALL SHARE / IM MY WILL POR THE SAKE / s. OF THE FAMILY. /THE OLD LADY WILL PERK UP HER CARS WHEN I TELL J HOW CUDDLES KEPT URGING V'ERft TO LEAVE ROBIN / HAD A DRINK TO STEADY MY NERVES/ CUDDIES WILL GO BACK $200,000 RICHER/ PRETTY CLEVER DUDE ' copn. 1940 BY HE* sen THE NIFTY DEAL I JUST PUT OVER DESERVES A LITTLE CELEBRATION BERORE- BREAKFAST/ t i •SH TUEBS Bl Leslie Turner IW SPITE OF YOUR. \MISS BURKE, THIMK BftCK,,«OW iONCLUSIUE"EyiDENCE,] DID HE I^CT WHEN HE LEFT IWSPSCTOE, EftSV'S I YOU LftST WIGHT? WHftT DIP UTTERLY INCAPABLE f—r HE-SA.V? OF MURDER,..OROF ROB8IWG- ME I HE TOLD WE TO XI SEE. DID HE USUALLY REST,,.THAT HE'D \ KISS YOU WHEN LEAVING- RETURW SHORTLY. ) FOE AM HOUR. OR TWO? THEM HE,,,WEL KISSED ME. M 7 SOONER OR LftTEP- MY DEAR. YOU MUST FACE FACTS'. WHEM HE-WftS READY TO GET THE BOX, HE ADROITi!/ LEFT SOU BEH1ND...WITH A FEEBLE GESTURE OF REMORSE FOR THS PMM HE WOULD CMJSE YOU I S-S^y HENRY 3y CarF Anderson r DONALD DUCK Sy WaU Disney Iff fl.|( I'-'IS. Vl .1. U.-LC) rtO-JmtHfll Af LEY OOP Bv V. T B-KD.' BETTEE / A.\Vf?ISHT, V HEARD 'WHW TH \VI7.Ee S/MD... '.'E 'IM TO I THANKS T'VOU, OOPS PANS NEAE DEAD,' MY CAS'FKN \ NOW (5EAB A-HOLT... >i?U TAKE I CAN \ HIS HEAD.' LOOK 'IM.' NOW LOOK, roozy-- W?*^, ^X VOU WOULDNT KNOW JUSTICE ENCHJSH. OF VOUE. ^ YOU RE KINSA |p Y'MET IT FACE TO F<\CE/ SUFF.' I'M SOKKV 1 S VAH, eUT^ VflU'BF A. Hlfi FAT BLOT ' ' ON TH' HUMAN RA.CE.' •*». m BUT AS KINS. IN TH' INTERESTS OF JUSTICE, BOO IS By Martin ••V^——<^-t N fX x - X v ^.X,, .* ->T r^*- ^ ^ "/ *X BUGS BUNNY .- •;•'; T. M. Rtc. U. S. FAT.'off.i 1 *,-//',/ / \ ) n-i H=: '£• B£roa:E V >.NV v.'coD.'y ^-^ rf- iti<-'M< Tiiii'K^

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