Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 22, 1954 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Monday, February 22, 1954
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, February 55, STA't, "H 0 * I, A ft fTA N S A BLONDIE By Chick Youftg OfcARK IKE THINK I'LL MAKE MYSELF A SANDWICH WHAT SOES eoeo WITH HAM ? LET'S SEE--MUSTARO, HORSefcAOlSH, cAtsuf? RELISH. MAYONNAISE, -^. -. , PICKLES, ^x^i/l HOPPE& OLIVES, PICCALILLI" ' Down on the Farm Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Farm. cultivating tool 4 Farm tool 8 Form product 12 Every one 13 Learning 14 Toward the sheltered side 15 Bind 16 Mica 18 Communist councils 20 Raises 21 Also 22 Variety of agate 24 Poker stake 3 Granaries 4 Worked diligently 5 Mislaid 6 Prayer 7 Small cyst 8 Chalice 9 Swedish name 10 Repose 11 Cape 17 Carved figures 19 Motionless 27 Interpret 28 Soaks, as flax 23 More pleasant 29 Bewildered 24 Recess in •" a church 25 Midday 26 Republic in Asia -."• .. 41 Occurrence 42 Prosecutes 43 Open 44 Roman date 31 Missive 46 Passage in the 33 Japanese city brain 38 Printing 47 Ireland 'mistakes 48Take care of 40 Small (prefix) SO Knock 27 Musical syllable 30 Badly 32 Farm tasks 34 Distributor 35 Large farm 36 Abstract being 37 Row 39 Handle 40 Asterisk 41 Bitter vetch 42 Retinue 45 Small stream 49 Value too low 51 Exist 52 Paradise 53 Solar disk 54 Used to can farm produce 55 Indifferent 56 Portion 57Finish DOWN 1 Head covers 2 Medley IB 30 W y> 19 sz 55 r 37 SO 27 i • U7 13. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner T, M.Kig, u. s. Pat. Off £r. 1854 b*y NEA S.'iioi. inc _ i "Are you the young .man whose jokes I've had to explain t L__,... for the benefit of my wife and daughter?" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrofth e f*r iV« jutt like rpllw skating, isn't jt?!'. YM-M.'BESr HAM SANDWICH I EVER HAM FOR CUPPER! I YOU DiDN't FINISH OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williomi LISSEN--YOU GOT TO SUFFER SOME. PER SHOWIM' OFP OMTHIN ICE.' I KIM WE 6OT TO RIG UP S0METHlN' HAMe EM ON .i BORN THIR.T.V YEARS TOO SOOM *;'tt'!-j k £!£? t . OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major rioopre WHAT DO WE Do ICADE TH 5HOOT IT OUT FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershbcrgcr m • \\ $*\ iMlM: : ^Sm^ "Can you beat that? Now he'll probably try to sell us pictures of our home life!" HENRT By Carl Anderson A& MAKEr'UP its MAOIC POR A MURpeRER... COL«A«69 PACE WASH TUBBS BUT ITS N 6ILLV (3UE$TIOMi, SOU CMJ'T.KMOW TILLVOUTRVl ACTOR C>6¥sl"'JXTHEVti;t:HrEFGCX tDOM'r..KNOW,,.WWB6 M01 I'VE WISSEP LUTHER TBLL ME.ULV... X___^TI1AM I EXPEGTER.. IF VOU KNEW YOUT> NEVER BE ^ STARi VOOULC" VOU STILL TRV TOSTAVIM PICTURES?...! MENO BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES BUGS BUNNV ALLEY OOP HERE, NOW, EUSTACE HOW3 THIS, EH> x THE BLACK KNK3HT OF CHIVALRV WAS USUALLY A LONE WOLF, A ROBIN HOOP SORT OF A CHAR, UKETHE ONE OUP HERO HAS HERE ELECTED FOR'HIMSELF, A S^XO^) (ARTISAN IN THE LATE WEEKS OF AD 1OSS. CHRIS WELKIN, Plonoteer '' "tfiHir «'e»«.tM4»^ THE STQRY OF MARTHA WAYNE I !• i ' * i i i4 !i ,..'' j '', i( - > ' • • , -*'• x LJ,?^ ' ^ >'- * ''%- ?'-.'.' "•>,, \ '''^S.V ' < ' -'«V" f -' * *"' ''. >.';<-'« ' J At* ?'iV/i 1 DAVID -DAVID (5 * (5QOP 90V, MBS, MW?T(NDMJ£/HE'9 HIIP MK5 eeQTH|g ( '.' i ,* ^f*x*'-'' HP/NO,/

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