Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 2, 1974 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Monday, September 2, 1974
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Six SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX "It's a good thing I was born 30 years ago. At today's prices, I don't think it would be worth it!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN HERE COME5 ^WE'P BETTER, PRETT VTHOW ABOUT CHAKIG ATRUCK--MAV- ) SOOW/ BEIW'TH'MIPPLE-) IM 1 PLACES WITH BE WE'LL GST I MAN AM'TH'TALLEST; I Me,GOLO\£f THIS, LUCKV THIS V I'M CARRVlN' MOST OF /CAMPIW SEAR 19 TH 1 WeiGHT OF THIS f'fiETTIM' HEAVy; IT'S ' THING ON MY HEAP.' J AWFUL HOT BACK HERE -U AKJ' 1 NEEP SOME lirv ^ FRESH AIR/ HEROES <ARE AAADE-WOT &ORW OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE BUT THE PAY REALLY WAS 1- STRANSE. 1 TKE 0O65 6AVE ME A CHEERY 6REET)Nfi. THE BARTENPER 5ERVEP FRE6H P<7TAT<? CHIPS, ANP THE FIN/sNCE EVER HAVE THE FEELING TrtAT SOMETHING TERRIBLE is ABOUT TO MPPEN •v-LIKE Y0UR ENGINE DVIN6 OH THt FANTASY BU5TER INSTANT REPLAY PERMANENT RERUN/ STAND BY FOR NEWS.' FEK&MEEK HOPE (ARK.) STAR FLASH GORDON Monday, September 2. 1974 By DAN BARRY 'S ^\/ NUOt^U" => 6OROOU, YOU'RE LOCKSO US J t 41 > ?•• A ^ * .«• *• r-i A I I D / • jf- 'f. LIKE A CASEP CAT.' ACFW WEEKS V I'M 60ING TO M 1 C "._:'.. r rai- •^• C T OUT' J INTER& VICKI? #1^ THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM VOU CAN'T LIVG X CAM UV/50MMIMB ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER MO NEED TO APOLOGIZE, DOCTOR/ MOST PEOPLE HAVE THE SAME REACTION WHEN I TRY TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM TO THEM/ I'M SORRY I POUBTED YOUR WORD ABOUT THIS SPY BUSINESS, ORVILLE/ WELL,NOW THAT WE KNOW YOU DO HAVE A PROBLEM, TELL ME ONE THING... ...JUST WHO ARE, THOSE OUT THERE, /INDUSTRIAL ANYWAY? ( SPIES, MR. CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE IMAGINE THAT £HAD--DI&Ae>L\N6 MV CAP-! L OF ALL THE SNEAKY, FURTIVE, UNDERHANDEP— MAKE A FURTIVE. UNPERHANDEt? OUTA HERE BEFORE. THAT HOUWP LOOSE 1 NEVER MIND THAT NOW! "5:30 p.m.! Since its neither rain nor snow nor dark of night, what IS it that stays you?" BLONDIE An old-timer can recall when people who held hands weren't at a poker party. By CHIC YOUNG Writing for money is what most college kids do if they're out of Jown. Memo to surgeons: No operation is trivial to the patient. HERE'S AN INTERESTINS ITEM AN ELECTRIC EEL RELEASES ENOUSM POWER TO OPERATE A TELEVISION SET HOW EMBARRASSING ) F ANVrWING v / WENT WRONG ) O^ IMAGINE CALLING THE TV MAN TO COME OVER AND REPAIR AN EEL? By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALlf HOW OLD NA/ER£ VOUW-iEM HAP THE GREAT FLOOR, PID IT REALLY RAIN FOR AND FORTY NI<3HTQ? WRECKED MYOOL-F FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAWPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS OF BEER ARE &OTTU, I'l-L HAVE ENGLISH /V1UFF/NS/ \ 5W6DISH MEATBALLS, SAU£(?<RAUT, ) FRENCH BREAD, DANISH 7 PASTRV AWO CHITTLIWS^^O ^ CHITTLINS5 HOW D/P THAT GET IN V0UR (KM TOKEN \ SOUL .BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL PRISCIUA'S POP ByALVERMEER M& . BEEN GIVIN \ TH' *SILENT TREATMENT' ( SINCE I BAWUEP HIM OUT ( PER SNOOZIN 1 ON TH' 3D&... HMMM / HEY- SYLVESTER,, TH' SNACK TRUCK'S HERE/ WHAT KIND a SANDWICH YA WANT PER LUNCH ? ' ONE HAM SANDWICH COMIN 1 UP/ I'M COUNTING THE HOURS TILu SCHOOL. ~~" I'M .-oLA^J /" I ', YOU'RE t>O \( -S.URE ) EAGER TO )\ AM 1 / RESUME; / "- 7 , r •' YOUR / /-^ STUDIES OtsiLY ElGt-tT MORE-'i YEARS TILL THE j . SENIOR a ' '

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