Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on September 30, 1974 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, September 30, 1974
Page 6
Start Free Trial

By GILL FOX HOPfc (AttK.) STAR Monday. September 30, I9?4 Four-leggefs Answer to Previous Puzzle DOWN 1 Hundred (comb, form) 2 Olive (Sp.) 3 To destroy 4 You (German) 5 Adjective suffix monster 18 Choose 21 African antelopes 23 Scottish seaport "You can't be sure nowadays. I hope they're husband and wife and not just him and her!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN NO. BUT YOU DOW'T HAVE TO CHASE IT VERY FAR, EITHER.' IFTH' RECEIVED DOESM'T CWCH IT IT'S ••""- <3OWMA &O AMY WHERE AFTER IT LAMPS.' THAT OLD STUFFEP , FOOTBALL OF YOURS HAS REALLY HAP fTJ YOU CAM'T JOCK THAT THIWS VERY FAR..' THE WORRY WART ACROSS 1 Equine animal 6 Wool- producing animal 11 "Lily maid of Astolat" 13 Bovine animals 14 Kind of cat (pi.) 6 Francisco. 15 Followed California 16 Tennessee Valley Authority (ab.) 17 Heavy weight 19 Doctor Commercial Science (ab.) 20 Years lived 22 Likely 23 Detachment (ab.) 24 Building addition 26 Spain and Portugal river 28 River islet 30 Footed vase 31 Negative conjunction 32 Deer color 33MissFerber and others 35 Affirmative 37 Donkey 38 Sick 40 And so forth (ab.) 42 Kitchen utensil 43 American humorist 44 Guide's note 46 Small space 49 Indian tents 52 Boiled slowly 53 Heavy Alaskan jacket 54 Made docile 55 Deeds PLASH GORDON nrara^iBEiraH Kiararn MBHOIQ QQQQBMH 7 Heights (ah.) 8 Musical studies 9 Vote into office 25 Jungle king 10 Pedestals (ab.) 27 Fox color (var.)41 Football shoe 12This(Sp.) 129 Taught an safety device 13 Man-and-horse animal tricks 42 Time gone by 33 Regard highly 45 Inquires 34 Furtive 47 Be indebted 48 Directed 50 School subject YOU SAV// THEIR CHARIOT CAME OUT OF THE HEAVENS.' BORNE ONLY BY THE WINP/ PARE Wf CHALLENGE THE G6PS? GOO?? . PAH.'! 1 WE ! SHALL J CITIZENS/ STAMP W YOU ARE / 36 Beef cattle 37 Large artery 39 Feminine name (ab.) 51 American poet THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE BAH.' HE FOR6ETS SENT HIM MY PARTING A5 PAYMENT, BUSTER! BUT ACTUALLY I'M SIMPLY INVESTING THE FIRST ROYALTIES FROM MY SOLAR PISCOVERIES.' L ALLTK05E CHARGE SLIPS HIT HE/SP- GU^RTERS RJRALLY IP NEVER DOUBT A H00PLE~BUT THE MONEY COMIN'FROM.MAUOR? TME CORNER PPUSGIST CLMM5 'HIM FOR THE V CHRISTMAS TREE.' COMPUTER WILL BLOW FUSE,' WHERE CREPIT 15 PUE=- 1-3O © 1974 by NEA. Inc.. T.M. Red. U.S. Pit. Off. THERE.' CAN NOU HEAR IT NOW, ORVILLE? ...- , WELL/WHAT- WONPER I EVER IT \S, WHAT / IT'S HEADING IT IS? /THIS WAV... ..,_.. . , cs/'xis. ,.,AND FAST/ CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE .._ HASN'T ") MOT VET...NOK HA$ THE ARRIVEP? I MA5TEK EVER MET HW... MR. VAN PUXER WROTB A LETTER TO ANMOUWCE IMPEMPlW(5 VI5IT! "That new kid next door oughta hafta wear a sign that says 'Mike Potter Is dangerous to your health'!" HE EWCU?£EP THIS OF H/M&BLF-- ANP I MAY APP, The best way to keep from letting your ego get out of bounds is to have a cat in charge of the house. + + + We thought we'd been given a setter, but the lazy pooch has turned out to be a sitter. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG An old-timer is a fellow who can recall when "riding the rods" didn't refer to souped- up car travel. LET'S SEE—WHAT'S f A SIX-LET TERWORD \^ FOR HAPPINESS? ^— *^ THAT'S J TWO < WORDS THEM BUY ME TWO NEW HATS EEK&MEEK By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP ByDICKCAVALLI SOME POUTKtANS HAVE \ KNOWW TO STOIUElUAa. I IT THROUGH TROUBLE... J ... SIHAPLV 5TOWEUJWX IT! T-lo YOU'LL HAVE TO FTACE REALITY 6O/AETIME:,MDLJ KNOW HARDLY WAIT ;. AND LIVING IN OUR OWN LITTLE ROSE COVEKEP COTTAGE, CAN YOU? g> 1174 by KEA. Inc.. T.M mj. UJ. l^t 0(1. FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES CAMPUS CLAHER By LARRY LEWIS X WASN'T A5KIMC WHAT TIME THI5 U THAT CORRUPT* THE ^OWt^ THAT WE CAN NEITHER ACCEPT ON THi ONE HAND NOR ONI THE OTHER * * . ...X OU*T WANTED TO KNOW If IT WAS NOON YBT. 9-30 WHERE IT SAYS 'FATHER'S OCCUPATION f.. /..ARE YOU SURE VOU DON'T MEAN *TOOL, MAKER" BUGS BUNNY ByHEIMDAHUSTOFFEL PRISCILLA'S POP ByALVIRMEER I BROUGHT OVER MAIL,FUPDSY/ 'THANK you eues OPEN IT ANP WKAP IT TO ME, WILL YOU ? IT'S A'HURRY-ANO-<3ET- WELL' GAKP FROM TH' OUTFIT THAT'S CARKYIN 1 TH 1 LOAN ON VER CAR/ VES, I WAS N2. ± ON TME HONOR ROLL AGAIN! THE LOWEST MARK I EVER SOT WAS AM A-MINUS) AK1OTWER TROPHY/ HOLLYHOCK

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free