Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on January 30, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

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Saturday, January 30, 1954
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, T9S4 BLONDIE WHAT COULD :BLPND!E SMELLS so .GOOD ?j Ethiopian Excursion ACROSS DOWN 1,6 — —— is 1 Stress the capital of ' 2 Dry goods Ethiopia dealer 11 Lifting devices 3 Removable 13 Vistas 4 Interest (ab.) 14 This country 5 Vend. breeds much e Land measure ' ', sheep, and goats 8Handled „__-,. 15 Wave tops ^Superior 27S6othsaycr 40Ensnare 16Rooffinial 10 Approval 28 Step .:%£$#*. • 17 Embankment, ia Observes 30 Slows- . 44 Riyer in on a river " This country i4 Shrub • "Germany ' IP rnrtrfpcc nf contains much 35Underground 47,E 1 pndles. infatuation mountainous chamber 48 Sheaf pnpirn 36 Citrus fruit 51 Young child 22 Masculine 18 Baltic Finn 37 Note in 53 School nffcnw^ 21 Impede by law Guide's scale organization 23Ntimbei- 25 Rail bird 39 World (ab.) 24 Lock of hair 26 Dinner, course 29 Rugged pinnacle 3,1 Kpt flax 32 Mineral rock 33 Affirmative vote 34 Brushlike 38 Gets up 42 Gplf term 43 Malt drink 45 Lease 46 Yellow bugle plant , 4.7 Spanish boulevard 49: Route (ab.) 50 Leased 52it-is an African 54 Fungoid disease of rye .(pi.) 55 Rip again 56 Dill (pi,) 57 Grates, fc" 3 I By Ckick Youftf I'M BOILING OUT THE OIL MOP SHE MUST BE U5I DELICATE HERBS TO BRING OUT THAT D$LI(SHTFUL AkOMA By J. R. WlllJarns OUT OUR WAY sivETHeseYs-i" ITH SLOPPY 1 IT.' I REINS OUt TH6R&tH6N ONE WITH THE MMCUUA-f E ; EGHjiw/eKlTTHAT, PERSONALLY ;LQQ IO GOTTH' READY Fll^t rrruirO /r,rvr > THE OTHER. <3 HORSE READY -» LAST/_-~^_ w ^t ^' ^ "jar T- -* tv' , i-.'jXT^^t^ Copr. 19M b» NEA Strvlct. Int. ZI_EI_73SIM WASH TUBES .. MOVES SlCWLV. OVERROCK.V HILL&, LBP BV SOME-OP SOPR5' HOLUOW'6 CHIEF, •or *"' vpt r VEAR6' HOP SOOKt BORJ^.-THIRTV OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople UUMOR is EXGOisiTe/—ge6T • • >,' *' • 4, *'A\^?SfeB BOOTS AND HE.R BUDDIES CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY EVB50NTH'ROAD WATCH VER TU(?NS,KeeP IN VEK OWN LANE... FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberge* ALLEY OOP NOVV I THE ARMIES C3P WILLIAM SWARMINS I AN' TR/ TO BRITAIN.. WHEREl - STAY IN ~ T. M B«. U. 8. P«t. OH. Copr. 1954 b» NEA Clr.ici, Inc. i "What's protocol for this dinner we're giving, Smedley? I Do I seat the senators and representatives according to [__ the number of investigatipns th9y've_held,?"_ SIDE GLANCES By Golbro'th CHRIS WELKIN, Plonereer •This is one of the better neighborhoods-r-the dogs are | __ ~ s trained to bark in soft, alto tones!" By Carl Anderson W^&AM •yL^A^mm "n t~ "*J ^ T r *"*••> I. (,, ' * , t] , .*, V '.'Af » £ , . »*• Vx^ THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI i "JHow ! 9n g ii Y9wr rnQtlwr g$ing t« stfy* J'i'igrrUiij i|4"-, \te pt «wf of the ^ewst wmi Mywlthwi «iwf i-tdMK > ' SELl^^S2« / ^y^^^^-.^r^Tp^rjy-, ^gf ^fP" " ^ *,»^H'"WA '.,^^'^^rf , ^ , '"^'^"^f^W^ »>*••"' ' '' 4v^ , ' , '/• w/il \ a" A ^,r^tV' ,T—^ "•^ -M^^^wMmS pT^" rv y^T^?*" 1 * \ ' •> ? i ^V' 1

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