Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on August 14, 1974 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

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Wednesday, August 14, 1974
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Wednesday, August 14, 1974 SIDE OUNCES HOPE fARk.) SfAR Page By GILL FOX SCHOOL ' REGISTRATION Agility "You mean my present father or my father-once-removed?" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN THERE'S SOMETHIK1G WEOKI6 X THAMK YOU FOR BEIklG SO \ WITH THE TV AMTEMWA--AMP COMSIPERATE.' AMP SIMCE I, SIWCE VOU'P HAVE A FIT IF I / YOU WON'T BE GOIWG UP A ^ SET FOOT OW A LAPPER... A LAPPERTO FIX IT I'LL CALL A REPAIRMAN AMP THERE'LL BE NO WEEP FOR FURTHER HEROES ARE MAPE-MOT BORM a-w ACROSS 1 Uun away from 5 Leap 9 Proceed quickly 12 Go on horseback 13 Wild ox of Celebes 14 One (It.) 15 Cain's brother (Bib.) 16 Egyptian goddess 17 Strike 18 Stretched tight 20 Phoenician goddess 22 Certain railroads (coll.) 23 Raiser 25 Small particle 26 Wander 30 Get away 33 Shakespearean heroine 35 More audibly 36 Competitors 37 Imitated 38 Snick and — 39 Spring festival 42 Not high 45 Lover of fun (coll.) 48 Move downhill 50 Spread hay to dry 51 Cuckoo blackbirds 53 Fencing sword 54 Odd number 55 Shift 56 Having no feet 57 Town in Ohio 58 Territory 59 Fasteners DOWN 1 Friar 2 Slander ' CARNIVAL 3 Places of delight 4 Congers 5 —*- alai 6 Not sound 7 Damp 8 Stickum 9 European region 10 Group of soldiers 11 Musical sound 19 Run away lo wed 21 Reach the goal 24 Brain passage 25 Enrage 27 Eggs 28 Be sick 29 Festival (suffix) hUSriGOKDOh 30 Guide's high note 31 Soak in 32 Hint 33 French fiver 34 Resting individuals 38 Struggle 40 Old World lizard 41 Spanish title 42 Florentine painter 43 Greek theater 44 Unwelcome plants 45 Greek portico 46 Travel (archaic! 47 Menial image 49 Vault 52 Body of water THE BORN LOSER GOCW GOO...I Texv./in'CvCk ^jjXv/iH ALLEY OOP ByDAViGRAUE By DICK TURNER OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOPPLE RI6KT ON ! IF THKT JUST MY LUCK! I GET US OJTA TrfE BASTILLE . AM 1 TrtE NA05 MB. 1 IT P06SNT PAV TO BE SMART! REMEMBER BLUFFIN' A COUPLE OF TME- i5 LOPSB BPOTHEUS WlTri A FAKE " ROUTINE? WHWTAYA SAY? .WELL*. 'EM WHAT AN' C7LD-TIME B<?Y5, LETS NOT ffi 197* 0, »U. inc . I M mi US Hi is t). 4,-rVBY (r-r. :>^ MUCH O8L|<3EO ( j MISTER/ x YOU \YEAH.-.A . FELLAS LOSE 1 GOLF BALL SOMETHING? ITC ^ S ?-.' is. ! I , ,U --™...> )' .'"•"' CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE . DAPPV f* A PATIENT ' QUITE GRAV/E CONDITION) 1 '<=> -•/• ••• "••' "'•' M / HI* <3<PI.P ! '. •'' i Ai ^ """ \ 0.41V Ul 3 - / ' '; )•>\ sin vn •,. ,. ;:/?«i •Now here's a doll we call 'The Teen-ager 1 ! Wind it up and you don't know WHAT it will do!' The boss says he won't have a secretary pool — free coffee is all the company can afford. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG I WOMOER WHY ) HE ALWAYS \ S IT J «? r^—v Add to your dictionary of collective nouns: A sneeze of hay fever victims. Taking photos is frowned on by the camera store management. WATCH DAISY FETCH THIS BALL/ EEK&MEEK By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVAUl I flA ^OfNC TO HAVE TO WORK ONTHATONFFORAWHIt-E. FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES & ERHIE'S SUPERMARKET THt PINNY *HOgTA*£ ANOTHER TOEHJIUD ME A TREE HOUSE THIS IB 1IM »> IHA.IIK. IM »«8 "S "" "" BylARRYiEWIS CAMPUS CUTTER n '& NQ H6 CANT HEAR WEj BUGS BUNNY ByHEIMPAHL&STOFFEL PRISCILU'SPOP 3yALVERMtEJt HE'S FINISHED \EATING THAT APPLE... NOW MAYBE I CAN! GET SOME SLEEP/ I BEG"YOUR PARDON,

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