Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 10, 1948 · Page 5
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.* Friday, December 10, 1948 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Page frve • BLONDIE By Ci'iick YOUII» OZARK IKE By Rav 6ott«> GREAT scorn OUR FOOD > ^ DEAP. THERE C*p/. J !>48, Kift AT THREE MEALS A DAM . we EAT ONE THOUSAND ANP NINETY-FIVE MEALS YOUNG PEOPLE PONT THINK OF TMOSE TMINJSS THOUGHT Or THINGti BEFORE THEV MARRIED, THERE WOULDN'T BF ANY ...'CAUSE TH'SCO' is • STILL SIX POINTS SHY V UF TH' > PUHFESSUH'S., ( PREDICTION/ & "•^•"""•\ Pv^ 101/6 HDO^l .-...tyVS.Ji.j,/ CUTS THE OWL'S \.~.--an «yv'^;.-.-::-\ LEAD TO 39-38 1 W^:. ;"V- •'•'•', :-'3K_^___x- -Q^* *^4wfe^w?S^ M1 , T Ue Jv/ Tit* \ VV^x *~N* v ^ ', 1 * j- J .\ •»'• •••-. v THEY T WITH p'oiNTJ?/ \ \ ^'O- %,' \W~~~r-^$ \ \ x>->> fe^$ \ \ fr^v fc:?£u VIC FLINT By Michael O'Matley & Ralph Lane CARNIVAL SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith .** *«, »' _COP«. 15X18 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. T. M. REQ. U. OW. Off. By Dick Turner COPB. 1348 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. RED. 0. S. PAT. OFF R THINK THINGS OVER, WINDY " TILL I TELL YOUR GRANDMOTHER THE TRUTH ABOUT YOU, CUDDLES / WHY BE CRA2Y ? I'LL GIVE YOU ENCU-3H > ! ' KEEP YOU IN DPINKS FOR LIFE. ^ CAN'T TEMPT ME WITH LIQUOR, EITHER. WHEN SMC- HEARS YOU CAUSED VERA AND ROBIN TO BRIMK UP, SHE'LL BOOT YOU OUT OF HER WILL--FOR KEEPS.' "Why can't you be like other men, Amos? They whack their thumbs!" "Are you sure it's only the mumps, doctor? So many '.,'; things this year the experts have been wrong about!" FUNNY BUSINfcSb By Heranber 9 ei FSFCKLJES AND HIS FRIENDS ov B'osser LOOK,SUGAR; ) Be YOUR WHO.' j THE ONLY RESEMBLANCE is ;-<>://^\V.\\ V I. AROUND THE MIDDLE' SAY, STILL. IM DITHER FOE A ZITHER, BUT I CAMT FIND ONE/ "Oh, pardon us! We thought this was the bank!" POPEYE JOOV.'.' I YA/V\ Uje/TIM' YOU MEAM TH TEA-TRAY WIRED SOUND—THIS ZITHER? JEEPERS- AMD i THOUGHT A ZITHER. WAS OME OF THOSE IROMINS- BOARDS YOU HIT WITH LITTLE HAMMERS / Thimble Theater SLIPS O' r AGSoDSHOW^PAPEGM ,) ( ^^}^"^ ( LIKE 'T..'rX:( Th j, Mk ; s OF o ?. ^ RASSLIM'. A FROM THE HAT AM' DOW'Tv FORGET VA AAAPE THE CHOICE, THE NUMBER is six.'/ " YAS, IT'S SIX// PLEASE REMEMBER^ YA PICKED IT OUT/.' NOCO; OJE'LL SIT HERE UNTIL SiX V MEM COME JM " I WILL TAKE THE I SIXTH AM' MAkE 'l/v\ CHAMREEM OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE OWOOH.' WE STARTED SCHOOL. TK SAME PAV-- BOTH SIX--MOW HE'S SIXTY AN' SIXTY-TWO. BRACE ME, BOYS' AW OLD /SPANISH [ CUSTOM, EANCY-- I'M SIXTY TODAY. THE RETRIEVED With Moini- Hoople MARCHED UP HERe AGAlhiTODAV, BUGLE CALL FOR THE $95 VOL) OFF HER HOS- BftN)D/-«--SHE SQOEALS DO/O'T LET THAT A G>L>IZ SHOVO.ANlDX'LL LIKE A STREET CAR ONi A SHftRP TURM, ArJD ~L VOOTO RAI9.e THE MOMeV TO KEEP MOlSB OFF OUR PORCH \MITH A VMHE5LBARROVJ FULL OF CASH/ Bl Leslie Turner CA&W'T GET NO T WE'LL WAIT A BIT A^3D BE CLOSER'THOUT \CER-TAIM 1 . HE CAM'T SURVIVE SOIN 1 UWOER T00,\ LOMG IN THPvT BOG-t GUV'MOR. feUT'E MUST BE'ARP WW TO 'M>ES BV MOW 1 . ^^ RUT EASY DOES,,, "-^ LMING- FLfVT ON THE TREACHEROUS MkUO IN THE MICK. OF TIWEl MOTIONLESS, HE WWTS AGONIZING MINUTES TILL THEY • LEAVE, SMTSFIED. GOTTA ROLL OUT TO FIRW GROUND AMD- BLATES! THE WET RAWHIDETVIM& (AV, WRISTS HAS STRETCHED 1 . IT'S SO SUCK NOW. MAYBE I CAM WORK IT OFF!! ' MCE. IHC. T. M| RROJ HENRY C. r r HI8. Kn-.g l.-u m , 5 )n .l ( ,,,». In,., VuU'ritUi mmt.l 8y Car! Anderson DONALD DUCK 8y Walt Disney x". ^ - . O^yx^^xe?^ V 6p/>0^^^v^ $&j& : -£?&™ - \( •J^jC, PJBBISH^^' ^-^^. ^)! ••&?*. .' '.{ PY OOP 8v V. T. Hamlin KSNESTLX OTiPLA, /'IS \ I DUNNO,..HE SOMETHING \ 5UEE DON'T \VRONG WITH) SEEM T'BE ALLEY / HIMSELF/ "HEee: PIPJUH/ NCI Y(?ue EVES SE& I HIGHNESS,... ACT \ DEFINITELY LIKE THA.T BEFORE? "'\:':J NAKE6 U7NT VOU KNOtvf YOLJE (7WN NAME I DON'T _ .ANYONE ALLEY? ABOUT... ALLEY-WU AN' ME'5 SOTT/S HAVE LITTLE TALK, 8y Edgur MorHn Of BUGS BUNNY THERE MUST BE, IP VOO C-COuLD TH:S 'SCUSE IT, LADY, But \VOUUO VA. <3TAtslD UD A. MINUTE ?

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