Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 10, 1974 · Page 5
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allirda y. August 10, ni: U OUNCES K (AUK.) StAK "I was counting sheep and it reminded me of this leg of lamb in the refrigerator!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN DOUTFOR6ET--I'Lu OH, JEFF.' MR. WORTOW'S DELIVERY VACATION MEXT J BOY WILL BE OFF MEXT WEEK AMPl'M COWNA VANJDHE WASJTS TO KKIOW IF vou LL THE HOUSE.' I'LL T BE AVAILABLE.' HE'LL PAY YOU 42.OO AW HOUR-- WHAT'LL I TELL HIM? ALL THE HELP GET, 5O... OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOPPLE PONT TrflNKTAIS HE^P HAA ENOUGH PC7WER TO ROLL OVER A» 6UM •WITHOUT 6HIFTIN'.' ITS ONLV EVEN MONEY T05TART'TUE 6UV TOLP HIM "friE 0A.TTE.RV DL[? HE Ou'sHT/\' P^RK ON A SKI JUMP. 1 ' V» <OTiui.<. {J SET? I'LL REV HER UP TKROU6H TM£ B^RRICAPES LIKE A BULLPtflER ON A SAMP CASTLE HEIR LAST, BEST EEK&MEEK Chow Time Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 — soup 5 Corn bread 9 Breakfast item 12 Domestic slave 13 Native metals 14 Girl's name 15 Newspaper prefaces(2 wds.) 17 German city 18 Soft leather 19 Small spaces 21 Food seasoning 23 Health resort 24 Range fuel 27 Appear 29 Summers (F-.) 32Chaplet(poeU 34 Reach destination 36 Short jacket 37 Yeast, for instance 38 Social upstart 39 Term in music 41 EasKFrJ 42 Butter portion 44 Hall (Sp.) 46 Most equitable 49 Ant 53 Boy's name 54 Manhole frame 56 Transgression 57 Tardy 58 Man's name 59 Possesses 60 Encourage 61 Else (Scot.) DOWN 1 Hiver bottom (pi.) 2 Isaac's son (Bib.) 3 Poker stake 4 Requires 5 Hawaiian foodstuff 6 Embellished 7 Never (poet, i 8 Worms 9 Competitive 10 Tributary of the Colorado 11 Diversion 16 Lessee 20 Musical drama 22 Fish garnish 24 Chatters i col l.i 25 Presently 26 Natives of Shropshire, 28 Mediterranean island E S. FLASH CORDON Page By DAN BARRY ill 30 Nights before 31 Dispatched 33 Preclude 35 Staggered 40 Landed property 43 American electrician 45 Roomy 46 and chips 47 Operatic solo 48 Pierce with a dirk 50 Demeanor 51 Epic poetry 52 Ribbon (comb, form) 55 Seine i-SQUlRt, THAT THINS (SET ABOARP/.. , MOVING.' © 1974 6y NEA. inc TM Rej U 5. Pal. On THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM * . Hill AHOBBV, AKiD IT 0\>=rr <0 THAT THE "PIPES" ARE ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE ORVILLE LURCH, EH? BOY, I'D LOVE T'SEE TH EXPRESSION ON DOC'S FACE WHEN THAT LITTLE GUY GLIDES UP TO TH'LAB... 8-10 , ,.. AN'GIVES 'IM ALL THAT BUSINESS ABOUT SPIES' BEING AFTER 'IM / YESSIR, THAT OUGHTA ) REALLY, MAKE DOC'S X DAY/ HEM.-' WEH/ ), CAPTAIN EASY / WOT'5 ALSEKWON) T ALL THE DEL/We- SHAP SO WORKEP J WHILE THE BAKJK UF ABOUT? "' THE OF CLAIM 1 "No I don't worry about my kid brother getting into my diary ..." An ex-rated movie is one the censors have had second thoughts about. There's a new sign in the office: "Please engage brain before picking up the phone." hid the key under the soap!" " ' ", ,f BLONDIE ACCUSEP ME OF FRAUD-- AWP THREATENS' LESAL ACTION-UNLESS I FOR THE MOSJEX HE'5 IKJVE^TEP! By CROOKS & LAWRENCE AMP NOW THE BANK &MS THOSE MEN WHO WERE COMIWS TO BUY THE CLAIM WON'"" By CHIC YOUNG Add to your dictionary of collective nouns: A steam of clambakes. At today's values, buck- passing can bankrupt a counterfeiter. AS LONG AS I THOUGHT I WAS LATE, I MIGHT I'M GOING BACK TO SLEEP WHAT ARE YOU DOING? YOU'RE NOT LATE, I SET THE CLOCK AHEAD A HALF HOUR LAST GREAT SCOTT, I OVERSLEPT A HALF HOUR/ ^. MI AS WELL BE WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI By HOWIE SCHNEIDER r ' wa;^ vt-r.y athletic :.c ;.i child and :-! ent a number ve.irs in th . i tt i ...playing the most difficult pjosition in baseball... . I was the pitcher 1 s mound! FRANK AND ERNEST THEY MAKE A LOT Of I'M 6OINCS TO TRY hiARP TO BE A BETTER PERSON, STARTIN© RKSHT NOW. OH/WE1 _I_. r'LL GET UP BAKLV TOMORROW AND TRV IT AGAIN. CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS I'D LIKE \ TO SEE J MV SON / BlMO ' I THOUGHT VOO SAID HE'S HOME FROM SCHOOL HE IS] 8UT, WE LEAVE FOR WORK BEFORE HE'S UP. HE AND THE CAR ARE GONE WHEN WE GET HOME AND WE'RE ASLEEP BEFORE HE SETS IN AT NIGHT,' MAYBE I'LL VISIT HIM THIS FALL AT SCHOOL' BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL&STOFFEL PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER I'M WAITING FOR PETUNIA TO FINISH HER- - &EAUTY SHOP , APPOINTMENT. / WHAT'S WITH TH STRING ON YER ' HEH-HEH... YOU KNOW HOW A&SENT- MIIMPEO I . AM/ — -^ THIS IS TO REMIND ME TO TELL HEP. SHE LOOKS 6REAT/

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