Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 15, 1954 · Page 5
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Monday, February IS, 1$B4 HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS BLONDIE By Chick Young OZARK 1KB • • V- V „• - J* r ,t "" M^j >L&<* ^- ? P A J > r ~m • DA6WOOC 1 , WHAT WOULD YOU, FOR DINNER? \ MY ST6MACH TELLS ME I'D LIKE A Bid JU/GV STEAK 3^bfc3r. MV BUDGET TELLS. ME YOU WOULDN'T LIKE A BIS JUICY STEAK r~ I ' WHEN THAT SITUATION !" ARISES A HUSBAND ALWAYS GETS MEATBALLS , SHAKIN; ALL, AINT us//or TH'DEFEN&lN'CH ' VIC FLINT in the Soup Answer.to Previous Puzzle! ACROSS ,v, 1 Split <W soilp 4 Used to improve soup's, flavor 8 Cereal used in soup: 12 Measures of land 13'Arrow poison 14 Continent 15 Drink soup slowly *16,Maker Of ' * inlaid work 18 Mokes soup more palatable. 20 Reposes. 2l;Operated 22.Female sheep 24Kind of party 26 Metal 27 Pronoun 30 Jungle beasts > 32 Put in wrong ''••'' place 34 Entertains I : ; 35 Lively ; 36 Legal matters , 37 Rotate •;• 39 Uncloses i (poet.) ! 40 Stead ,.l 41 Used for bouillon 42 Good taste of soup 05 Pointed . beards 49 Manufacturer' symbol 51 Rodent 52 Ireland 53 Feminine . suffix CARNIVAL 54 Compass point 55 Remunerates; 56 Gape 57 Mornings moisture DOWN 1.Elapse 2 City in Pennsylvania 3 Cream of —soup 4 Mr. Legree. 5 Soon., e.Inferior 7 Beverage 8-Contests of • speeds N 9. unfiaiDCi^naiiiEaiuriiEa 11 Consumes 17 Peaceful 19 Wise-men 23 Femaje 24 Asterisk 25 Duration 26 Give fbrth 27 Shod 33 Fat 38 WHnkled 40 Mineral veins 41.Desserts 42 Pace. 43 Operatic solo ! 44 Change 46 Table scraps j 0-Mrs. Osiris 28 Possess 47 Comfort 10 Primitive 29 Looks at 48 Oyster tomb 31 Go to bed' 50 Males j ll- IS 18 21 30 3H 36 n w. 52 ? J : Z,' W 15 V. •' /I iy _ *• 19 1 40 ' «•• IV Ifc p 31 37 ? I 5 '" ^ Zb P iU ? ^' fc'- . f • /i ^ i 3d *Js : . , •- TL P i* • 31 3^ ^ %, 17 20 W f 11 .. 8 s 14 '0, n 39 9 27 b; 5 1 / 57 10 28 i)7 II 29 48 16 By Dick Turnet T. M. R<|>. U. S. P«t. Off Copr,-1M4 by NEA Sirylct, Ine "I should say it is sore! I can't h&rdly bear to touch it to th* soale!! SIDE GLANCES By Golbrotth OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THAT SAW IN THE BOARD ALL WEEK BOTHERS YOU? WHY, IT'S A EXPERIMENT \€> ALL.' I NOTICEP LOW-FLYIM' PLANES VIBRATE AM'MOVE TH' SAW, 5O-- 1'M JTIS SEEIKI' is ALL; Vi t^- IT'LL BOTHER ME MORE THAM EVER MOW.' HEROES ARE MAPE : KIOT~BOEM '^SX&tK™. .-. WASH TUBBS OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople l HEARD THE BANKER SrDE-STgPP£D] YOU VJHEt^ YOU 6VJONS PER A LOAM TO FlMftNCE- YOUR COAT-CHAlP?/,, -AiOVJ YOU'ME LEARMT LE66OM, MEBBE YOO'LL LET OL.' JAKE vOHOOP UP A " ,,,, ,^_ DEAL WITH SO/W& ,_ WW«d\ C" MY RICH . r-< O w ' \", ° ^M ri' ,^ ? -X- f-'V- fa HAve You SEEM K&EP' IM6 YOUR "RICH FRIENDS? "~ THE OMLY PEOPL& I EVER 6EE YOU HOB- N06BI.M6 WITH LOOK LlKe'WA (M6 RELIEF g'u MOLES ^5> W m •s ^1 _ ALWAYS TRVlM(5 = 2-/ FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberget )M41» W* Hr*i. lot. T. M. g«, V. i. rut. CM. "I'm the insuran9e adjuster-^where's 'Clumsy'?" HENRY By Carl Anderson 0 ?-/$• -11 f f lyi r r S c ,f.^p?Sf«j?»J " ¥, t f <" *> f II iv ••*** f WHV.MO/WAVORt VOU POMT WE^N I NNN«.HE GOT OPF T»V HOOR. i ^«a! J.P. McKBE WROT5 HE'P PECIDBP TO SOME F&U.BK& WsOALLAidi^ . UUTHER.PIP^L -PUTHI5 BKAvNCH PUMT HERE?"^ A< BBTteROFfBR. IfeAKO! ^fc^JL^^ .^uau^aMM^a .BIpflBRieWKUTHWlAjttifq L gUT WATCH U&.GRDWMOWi^ Bkti^. , t v. n*. SKg^gm^ BUGS BUNNY HAT OFF WITH SNOWBALL J /'I'LL SUILP MB A NICg FiegSH FEI?. W,W V 'uilr J /<'1f ^IftfKfl W< IPS ALLEY OOP CHRIS WELKIN, Pleneteer TH5 STORY Qf MARTHA WAV*« BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES i > »'i3»:ikt»c.*j,tMfi\kvwRvi««JS > •.; '.-:-i;:ytS'H!.v¥:--n-

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