Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 14, 1974 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 14, 1974
Page 5
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Saturday, September 14, 1971 SIDE GLANCES HOPE (ARK.) Five By GILL FOX "Let's go! The bad guys of the flora world outnumber the rood guys again!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN SOME PEOPLE ) VEAH-PER50M' JUST POM'T \ ALLY I WOULPM'T CARE HOW THEV \ BE CAUGHT DEAP LOOK, I SUESS I IKJTHE OUTFITS •-MO PRIPE jf SOME FOLKS AT ALL.' J]( PARAPEAKOUMP 5OREV, LADIES, 1 AIM'T \ CLIMBIM'IMTOA SOUP- 1 AKJ '- n SH TO DO VAED ) CHORES.' THESE DUPS C ARE COMFORTABLE AW HAVE PLEMTYOFMILEA6B IM 'EM YET/ LIVE AM 1 LET v LIVE.rSAY.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE LIKEWISE.' I'LL ASK MY PLI8U6HE17S TC LET ME OUTA, 1 MY CCNTRfcCK T5 BEEN A REAL PLEASURE, HOOPLE —YOU'RE JUST THE MAN TO OPEN OUR CAMPUS.' WHILE I HAVE TO CONSULT WITH MY BOARD Of TRUSTEE6, THERE ARE WHO SAY TriKT I—HA-HA HAVE SOME INFLUENCE I STILL HIM BELIEVE ENOUGH LATTERY MAKE6 WORLP BUGS BUNNY bLUFF Foodstuff Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS I —turkey 4 Hash, for instance 8 Pub offerings 12 Fruit drink 13 Bird bill protuberance 14 Hawaiian goose 15 Decompose 16 Reinstall 18 Barterers 20 Sea duck 21 Split—»soup 22 Concludes 24 Pain 26 On the briny 27 Little (Scot.) 30 Lodger 32 Certain pastry 34 Close-fitting undergarment 35 Feminine appellation 36 Heights (ab.) 37 Communists 39 Flesh food 40 Ceramic piece 41 Brisk energy (slang) 42 Habituate (var.) 45 Boy's name 49 Abandonment 51 Epoch 52 Prayer ending 53 Unoccupied 54 Transgression 55 Greatest quantity 56 Dregs 57 Droop DOWN 1 Small pastry 2 Smell CARNIVAL 3 Compressed similes 4 Botanical sheath 5 Sidelong look 6 Flowers 7 Of wine (comb, form: var.) 8 Those against 9 Conduct 10 Grafted (her.) 11 Soothsayer 17 Unruffled 19 Opines 23 Arboreal homes 24 Eminent 25 Simpleton (coll.) 26 Craft society 27 Having no rest FLASH CORDON By DAN BARRY 28 Flat-topped hill 29 Anatomy (ab.) 31 Weirder 33 Abalone 38 Determine 40 River in Ontario 41 Window glass (pi.) 42 Type of cheese 43 Glade (comb, form) 44 Employs 46 Doughnut center 47 Assam silkworm 48 Warbled 50 Sesame OF COURSE 1 . DIP, VICKl! NOW, ARE ypU COMlNS ABOARP Of? j ...AND HE PERFORMS A /H/f?ACi£ MTffA FEW B/TS OF Ft ASH'S BRAIN CLICKING Af A SUPER- COMPUtEl? PLASH.' THE tlME-HOPPER IS HUMMING/ you PIPN'T REALLY FIX It? tHESECI?ET TIME- WARP MECHANISM HE ONCE LEARNED: MOW COMES BACK TO HIM... THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE By DICK TURNER ...YOU AND RICK GO YEAH I'D BE Y*MEAN LURCH IS FINALLY GONNA DO _ HIS TESTING? TH' BIG SUV JUST BACKED IT UP TO TH 1 MAIN BUILD- NG.' IT LOOKS LIKE, UNLOADING/ WHAT'S WITH TH' TRUCK? GET THE CAMERAS OKAY,. SMITTYl CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE (305H, YOU MAY BE RIGHT! ...$H& / ALIA-5 /.OOK I PERM LIKE OEVONJ __^A FOVLE: P&WBEKP.V1 "The Hurricane V-8 engine delivers 280 horsepower... only, er, not all at one time!" BUT WOT YOU SO SURE?...YOU BARELy HAP TIME- FOR A GLIMPSE THINK SHE'S FOR EXERCISE? BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG Gambling is sinful only when you're losing. Stretches of the imagination are apt to snap back on a fellow. Penny-pinchers are a nuisance, says a girl we know of the same name. Saying just what you think is prudent only if you're talking to yourself. THERE'S NOTHING LIKE EATING TO TAKE YOUR MIND OFF FOOD/ pul DO SOMETHING TO TAKE YOUR MIND OFF IT SORRY DEAR BUT DINNER WON'T BE READY FOR ANOTHER HOUR 1V\ STARVED ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEL WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI J y./-/ BLUFF / I NEVER KNOW WHEN V \€> KIDDING. HIM SAY HE TURNS INTO A WEREWOLF WHEN THERE'SA FULL. MOON, ...BUT I THINK IU. SPEND THE NIGHT WITH THAT ST. BERNARD OVER. ON A\APt-E DRIVE. FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS THE COMPUTE* THAT PICKED Mfc FOR OFFICE I* RECALLED BY IT* KAMUfACTURiR EK&MEEK By HOWIE SCHNEIDER OKAV, WE'VE GOT TIME FOR ONE /MORE PLAVJ DOES IT LOOK LIKE THE HALF3ACK OPTION WOULP (50 ALL THE WAV OR... PRISCILLA'S POP I'M READY T' FIX THAT 1HOLE IN YER CEILING, ELMER.' f '( COME IN/ YOU TOOK SO UONG GETTIN& HERE I FIXED IT MYSELF.' WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT ? f sor • BAD L| PER AN AMATEUR/ HERE, OLIVER' CATCr-t' ^_ People ^\ are an odd ) lot. r - / 'O o /^ (.They buy ( and throw the best part away'/

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