Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 5, 1974 · Page 8
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 5, 1974
Page 8
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Page Eight SIDE OUNCES By GILL FOX "Here's old what's-his-name again, sounding off loud and wrong!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN MAKIWS IT EASIER Y WO.MAKIWG IT EASIER R3R TO PLAY TH' (SAME, ) TH' LOSER.TO COW&RATU 1 SEE.' „. .—f LATE TH' WINNER.' KIEITHER OF US CAKJ JUMPAWV HI6HEE THAM THAT.' THE WORRY WART OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE THAT 6UY TrfAT 5AIP AMERICAS CHAN8IN' 16 KINKY—YOU BARNA.CLE5 BEEN ON THE FURNITURE LONfiER THAN TriE TIME PAYMENTS, 1 I'M 60NNA. TMK TO AMOS ABOUT TURMIN' THIS PLACE INTO K RESTA.UR^NT AN' /A REAL WE'VE 60T JUST THE PICTURE FOU THE WALL, JAKE-A CANP1P OF YOU SOW' OUT THE WITH A CANNEP HAM UNP&K YOUR THE LA5T TI^E.' AKESISNED PEACE TREATY EEK&MEEK FREEDOM IS 1/UOP.TH FI&HTIWG. FDR.. (AKK.) StAK Thursday, Septembef 5, 19f4 This and That HOSS IK l'i-ak in if'l Ki.rnmt", i'i S'-.i ••;ii')«-* 10 ' .1-1 .1 liiilM tl for'-runncr*')! 21 Ujructuh V. \|il*-;ir II t-.-miilc sh'-i-p K-II-X i^i'in 'I'i f ruil 'IrinV* -i"<<ili-tn jil (.(' l'* w 24 Irt-liifi'l 17 h«i m .1 ri'i'Kpfi 18 ' fijitr r»l sljHf *iKnir<-aK [IOWN |i IMm^m i-rari. 10 IHiKiliTv fl \,,, v . | I'iiri'il'h'-l'-u 2.1 ll.iilint- II llri»imiill»il!» III MiunlnrKi- a Ili-iii \ WIM 24 h ii'ilrliiin n-rni I? I'l^-l ,.,|| . I MuiLlli-rl 1.1 n \ff\i-ran- ninirli 4SI»irl;i«i» 2'iWlnilK 44VMi-^i-nl U \1usii ill '» Sittiir <l^k t.iu!ri.^M'(l ^i-iir ,|r.im.i lil.i..-whnl'l i(i\1i-»|..iiiinirl- WilirHtml'hiT ' riHiL'tillhinkini! nutu I' Kvliinn.- I" 1 '' "I KiSUiiiiliir.l-iili' 7\l.ik..|.iii- at Mvi.il h.-iirh.in.-il- I7|.,.,,,,|, HKin-i i.illi->- a-ill.iw.iiiiin IHKim- Mldiu 'lKlli|ivinl.i1 !!•"-• VI \lnlh- CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER "Here it is, Jamie, Home EC. 301 . the assignment for tomor- ^C.ha|)ter 3; The.Use^ahd Care of Charge Cards'!" BLONDIE To keep money in your sock — first, you have to be able to afford an extra pair. A seersucker is any fellow who goes to a fortuneteller. We just cast our horoscope - into the wastebasket, because it's so discouraging. HASH GORDON VOU WANT TO BORROW MY INTELLECT- ADVANCER? YES, ESON/ BE A SOOt? PEL LOW ANC? FETCH IT/ PLASH- V VOU MEAN TO ON yOUR LAST VISIT.. THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM THERE'S MO OSE WIDltte IT \ A IT ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By HOWIE SCHNEIDER « ..PL£A TO DO IT ! FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES NEAR A* CAM MAKE IT PUt, IT IN THE HALl-i. MOMTiXllMA^ »-s- I THINK WE CAN PLACE YOU AND VOUR_f_L__ INVENTION IN AN AREA WHERE /~~^ trvmt *»\ YOU CAN RUN VOUR TESTS WITH- ( W0NPERFUL.! OUT ANY PROBLEMS/ TO HAVE HIM ALONG, DOCTOR.' CAPTAIN EASY r NEEDN'T REMIMP YOU' HOW MUCH PEPEMP£ OW YOUR PRODUCING THE MONEV OWEP ME--NEEP NO PROBLEM AT ALL CA5HIN6 YOUR CHECK! IT'e A PLEASURE TO HAVE YOU STOP IW CAPTAIN EASVJ By CROOKS & LAWRENCE AREN'T VOU Y MY DEAR CHAP1 60IN6 TO ) 6-URELY YOU COUNT If J POM'T THINK I EK, THANKS-WISH I COULP THE By CHIC YOUNG DASWOOO BUMSTEAD, ARE VOU TRYING TO TELL ME I'M GETTING GRAY WAIR NO, DEAR THESONS HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH YOU ri / BOO-HOO-THEM YOU'RE SITTING ^ INTHATTU5 \ SINGING LOVE \( SONGS ABOUT \ SOME OTHER SIRL \: SO: '*>#§&- WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI I WONC5ER WHY SOMETIMES VCXJ CAN 3EE THE MOON IN THE DAYTIME 1 ? S U74 by KEA. Inc.. T.M. fll». U.S. P«. 1 I WONDER WHY SOME TREES TURN THEIR LEAVES OVER E5EFORE A STORM"? J I WONPER WHATS FOR PINNER? 9-5" CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS I HgAR \ VES, BUT AS FAR MR.'MORROW] AS I CAM WAS PRO- / TELL, THE ONLV .M.OTEO ^/^ DIFFERENCE... ...BETWEEN LAST VEAR'S INSTRUCTOR MORROW ft $12,000 AN£> THIS VEAR'S PKOPBSSOR MORROW AT BUGS BUNNY f YEK INCLINED T x &E R IMPULSIVE AN' \ IMPATIENT... ...IT WOULD BE HELPFUL IF YA'D LEAR.N T' CONTROL ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEl PRISCILLA'S POP ByALVERMEER ONE FINAL PIECE O' ADVICE ... CAKRY A LIGHTER OUR LIBRARIAN IS BEAUTIFUL 1 IF SUES SO BEAUTIFUL WHY ISN'T SHE INI T HE- MISS AMERICA r CONTEST? f.-^ WELL? BECAUSE SHES WORKING THE v NIQWT SHIPT, THAT'S WMY/ . ' V "'4 -4 rji JT. 9-S

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