Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 3, 1954 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Wednesday, March 3, 1954
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March 3, t$54 BLONDIE JiPM STA*, HSE*, ARKANSAS ly Chick Young OZARK IK1 UP IN .HER ROOM- SHE'S MAD ABOUT SOMETHING AND WONT COME DOWN FOR SUPPER I WONT EAT SUPPER) AND I WON'T EVER < EAT ANYTHING ^ 'AGAIN--I'LL SHOW THEM I DON'T CAi4£ WE KIDS HAvt GROWNUPS DO, ANYWAY Color Scheme Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Shade of green 4 Brownish • purple i 8 Primary, color j 12 Supply with ; weapons i 13 Mimlcker | 14 Nobleman 115 Bind j 10 Affected ! literary style • i 18 Menial 20 Pineapples 21 Electrified particle 22 Pen name of Charles Lamb 24 Places 20 Wheat husk 27 Mineral spring ;30.What a Hbman calls . his country 32 Tried 34 Best 35 Fancy 36 Worm 37 Presently 39 War god of Greece 40 Plays on words 41 Every one 42 Blast forth . 45 Be composed of 49 Not submissive 51 Correlative of neither 52 Arrow poison 53 Indigo 54 Give (Scot.) 55 Honey 56 Ancient Iranian 57 Furtive „ CARNIVAL DOWN 1 Caresses 2 Great Lake 3 Followers of the Hed,. White and Blue 4 Heathen 5 Atop 6 Middle 7 Energy unit 8 Former Russian big shot 9 Reclining OUT OUR WAY 24 Existence 25 Elevator inventor w 26 Band leader's stick i 10 Constellation, • 27: Birds'with' Major or Minor. . 11 Shade trees IQShoer fabric 23 Classical language •Iridescent. •' /'plumage • 20 Boy's v nickname 29.Drinks made from fruit 31 Gives forth 33 Aquatic mammals 38 Type o£ perching bird 40 Snooped 41 Anoint 42 Edge 43 Unaspirated 44 Bewildered 46 Roman poet 47 Earth 48 Playing card 50 Scottish cap 15 SS 3S S3 u SH 57 48 By Dick Turner '*• \* T. M, R>|, U. S. Pat, Off 19S4-b» NEA SwvlotJn.. ''Maybe there is something in .ants being smarter than humans—you don't catch them wasting time writing term nannrc ak/Mi+- m.1" papers about us!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrofth ^t^k; i T, M Ku U Cw.mtt>» "Sa^i They've chang«si tht oW arithmetic books a lot! my,dayn jn sebeelLThe way Junior txplains jt, I'm i * ^ **<k*»llr- ' — — ""t*-.—. S._^l_* ll» ' I By J. R, WilMamt GOOD NIGHT.' DOM'T I YOU EVER FRISK > ANV OF THESE f B/EDS? THEY LOOK I LIKE THE FORT/ ,V THIEVES TAKIN' y^ TH' \A//^lC3lxe^ » THGV BRINI6 THIN6 FROM A STOVE TO A TROMBONE to FIX WHILE THEY 6OT A CUT aoiN' OM THEIR MACHINES-THE DOM'T EVEN STE COMPANY TIME MUCH.' BORN THIRTY VEAR&TOO SOOM OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major rroopre ^R, PSRFE550R 1 -, :M/ NOTICE HOW /.AZV _ . „ V RSLAXet) X AIW, LOLLIM6 1 IM 1HI6' ^DPER EA6V COAT- CHAll?/«~ X'Ve gEED HEAN/y-5&T /MOiMEV6'Ae6 IM HISH TOMeD CLU65 -^MORIM' IM .CHAIRS NOT AS COAiVFV AS P£ACHY ~ ' ' DOUBT ABOUT IT, MR. HOOPLB; - YOU'VE SOT SOMBTHlMG .;< ,THERE -THA.T .WlLL.6Ot>d^NilM;; ; HI6TORV' VJITHTHE 6TEAM.- ' ; , POAT/-^ &OT VOJ RivlOW L B kALORV-KlLLER"($A 1BILLIOM-DOLLAR iMACHl^E TOO- .WHATS , KILL.ER" :j~gCopr. 1M4 by HtA faf.kl. Inc. T. M. Rlf. U. B. P.t. Olt. FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberge^ 'Ceoree! !" HENRY By Carl Anderson tHfeM, SBS'AUSlfrfiotUd ^SWf MAMAQUHS All.. SINGLE Fit - SfctsS VIC FLINT IJ* fnithttei v dm* HIRE6> HERSBuP A 6UM5HOE ANP HI5 NAME 15 PUNT/ WASH TUBBi 6CENE 19-MEDIUM SHOf BENCH SARA, STUttBLEA OUTO B^H WOP COLLAPSES. GIRL BATHER RUUS TO PONT fefe TOO .tlRBDr •IrXNOTHiR" rli ^fylim-M?. yfa]&* u. 3 ip»t mf..oj|,r yitou» N;, BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ,* n?>b fy •! BUGS BUNNY «6 'r*- r » ,,. ^vj^ \r vjj > "SUM. -JV tolttf , l> 1 W,. 5^«*\ • *»-ss ALLEY, OOP t\L. I'VE SOT THE TIME MACHINE TELL ME WHENI OOP ANP ,,„ . BOOM ARE FAR ENOl 5*^V'V AfART TO BE PICKUP '•'- v OFF 5lNSt,y., t'D ^AY RISHr NOW'3 ASV ^GOOD A TIME'AS ANY../\,,C CHKIS WELKIN,fl»netea» t s «^ T^i.'^:;^ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE I'M pXCITEP APOUT SeTTINS^ THE te/kp IM TH£ PLAV, BUT I WQUtPN 1 ! ,WAjg ANYONE TQBE HURT SV IT, 9, J v , vw-£3c»f* .,;:.. '^^JJS6 ff 7aB8a l(J 4 ^ »W r ' t-f ' * I ''' i ' ^ ' ! V > s j o "* tf l »- -i ' '.4a^, , A'fMl^^Aa^sMMIiArt 1 * -t W&s&fe^i&.iMsi'i^&fe ^

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