Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 2, 1974 · Page 6
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Page SIDE OUNCES H0t»fc (AKK.) STAR By GILL FOX "Some day, Son, all this will be yours... unfortunately!" OUT OUR WAY By NEC COCHRAN HE'S &EEW UP HERE X WELL,THE WEXT TIME HE TWO HOURS, IT'S TIME 1 AWUOUMCES HE'S GOItJ<5 FOR LUWCH ANP HE J TO CLEAW THE ATTIC WE'LL HASM'T C>ONE r-\ HAVE TO SET THAT BOX OF ATHIMS/ yr-<_y OLP PICTURES OUTOFTHERE FIRST.' THIS IS HIS'THIRP FALSE START.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE AS YOUR PE*N ,1 WELCOME YOU TO HOOPLE CAMPUS OF LE/KRN/AORE INSTITUTE! P0N'T BE AWEP FV MY VAST SCHOLARSHIP'-'I WANT A FULL EXCHANGE <7F (PEAS' HE TAKES LONGER TO (SET TO POINT 1VE GOT W TOPIC FOR MY FIRST ARTICLE IF THE ALARM CLOCK STOPS WE'LL MISS WEATHERMAN ON A CLOUPY 1CHRISTMA5 RIP-OFF |N5T|TUT£ LEARNING APV= IO-1- EEK&MEEX Stones Answer to Prevloui Puiile ACROSS 1 Famous diamond 5 Red-orange chalcedony 9 Cut and polished jewel 12 Hit with open hand 13 Lamb's pseudonym 14 Male goat 15 Spouse (Fr.) 16 Transparent jewel 18 Gem face 20 Paid notices 21 That girl 22 Make mistakes 24 School term (ab.) 27 Ribbon decorations 32State(Fr.) 34 Artery (comb, form) 35 Seizures 38 Dire fate 39 Youths between 12 and 20 42 Female saint (ab.) 43 German article 44 Purpose 46 Mariner's direction 48 Polish thoroughly 51 Girl's best friend (pi.) 55 State positively 57 Compass point 58 Sense 59 Temporary shelter 60 Egyptian pleasure god 61 Destiny 62 Glut CARNIVAL DOWN 1 Her Serene Majesty (ab.) 2 Norwegian king 3 Kind of rubber 4 Long narrative poems 5 six performers 6 Winglike part 7 Tear 8 Skip stone on water 9 Grating 10 Hearing organs 11 Madam (ab.) 17 Molested 19 Questioning sound (pi.) 22 Ever (poet.) 23 Rodent 24 Place to sit 25 Violent disorder 26 Spouse E3BGSI3 ,, 28 Demolish 29 Love god 30 Violent disorder 31 Indefinite amount 33 Kind of bicycle 36 Aviation group (ab.) 37 Kings (ab.) 40 Wrestle (coll.) 41 Thus (Latin) 45 Protective ditches 46 Numbed 47 Scottish negatives 49 tris layer 50 Lease 51 Popular young Iade(ab.) 52 Not on 53 Educational 54 Detachment (ab.) 56 Way traveled (ab.) By DICK TURNER |>( . <S> \VH by NEA. Inc., T.M. Htt, U.S. Pal. OH. "The board has asked me to announce that next year the dues will be double!" Add to your dictionary of collective nouns: An eyestrain of clock-watchers. Most clothes we buy are ready to wear — out. BLONDIE I The most dangerous thing in an auto is a nut that's tight behind the wheel. An expert bookkeeper is just another name for a fellow who borrows 'em. By HOWIE SCHNEIDER \ X JOHN, THERE'S^ )O HEAD OM THIS I STUPID BE&R! ./ , FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTNAVES QUARTER APYANCE HAPPINESS BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL , eoss, SOME \ YEK CIGAR ASHES MUST HAVB SULLEN ON YER , COAT... IT'S ON ' RKE H74 ty Wmr •«. he, TV. IWg US, Pit Ott LUCKY I ^v HAPPENED T BE v x HERE AT TH' VVATEK ^ CXXX.ER /^/ FLASH GORDON Wednesday, October 2, 1974 By DAN BARRY CENTURION' KNOW YOU ARE PERFORMING YOUR TIME TO PU5J OFF MV COLLEGE tATJN.. I FEAR NO soOP VW.L COME OF THIS/ ^v MUST 8E SOPS- ANP HE PEFIES THEM/ THE BORN LOSER ByARTSANSOM ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE HURRY/ \OU MUSTSETAVOU HEARD THE V2 O YOURSELVES AND / MAN, ORVILLEJ /^ ^ r YOUR MACHINE OFF I LE'S MOVE .' THE ROADWAY, OC THEY WILL RUN YOU DOWN.' „. HOW r DON'T WORRY, THERE /THEN HURRY fT CAN I I >S NOTHING BUT A f UP, ORVILLE/ TELL V SRASSY SLOPE. WHERE X AHEAD OF YOU/ I'M GOING? « r- **i / ^^r« * i •»*•»•»* THAT THING IS ALMOST ON TOP OF US.' a«o o n \; .-fv ,io-a \6Riui. 1»74by NEA. Inc.. T.M. H«g. U.S. Pat iff. - CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE AT-TH6 VULETHORP INW... WHILE AT yut.6 ' THEY CALL THEMSELVES "CAPTAIW ANP "6. WA^HINOTOW TU&a&"--BUT SOMETHING TELLS ME THEY'RE PHONY »9 BILL^J (F THIS IS PIRK VAN IT MUST BE OUR CON MAN PAL NO TELLIN0.SIR!... ' THE FAMILY'^ ' WHEWS THIS LOOKALIKE- . -. _ COUS/N OF |C?U/TE.-ER--/-W- LOKP YULE'S J PREDICTABLE! . PUB TO ARRIVE ^*r "| v ^ -sr i-i,^' ras' :>( Vo-a. 1974 by NEA. Int, T.M. Up. U.S. Pal. OH.S By CHIC YOUNG BLONJDIE" GOOP NEWS/ I WON A DOLLAR IN r THE OPPICE S POOL ( TODAY ANP TO SHOW YOU WHAT . A SPORT I AM, I'M GIVING YOU HALF/ AREN'T YOU HAPPY """ ABOUT IT? WELL, ITS MOT EXACTLY THE IRISH SWEEPSTAKES WINTHROP By DICK CAVALII CANT EXPECT ME'TO MARRY AN IGNORAMUS. THEREfe A PERFECT OUT FOR HIM/AND BETTER SHOW SOME IMPROVEMENT IN WINTTHROP... .HE WON'T HAVE TO CHANGE HIS LIFESTYLE. to-i- CAMPUS CLATTER WHO'S THAT WITH SHARK AND LORBLEI, HIS LORELEI ASKEO IF H£R <5000 FftlEMDWA/Tf MAK&AR.BTE COULD JO/M THEM By LARRY LEWIS SHARK SAlb'OKAV," NOT KNOW/INS THAT "T/4A/TE MAR6ARBTB?.. ...IS G£RMAU FOR *A.UNT PKISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEE& REVEREND^ WE6MS, YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE FAITH /

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