Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 16, 1974 · Page 10
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 10

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 16, 1974
Page 10
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Page ten SIDE GLANCES (AttK.) STAR By GILL FOX "Methinks thou dost protest too much!" OUT OUR WAY By NIG COCHRAN KIOPE.' NO MORE BABy- SITTIKJ' HER KIPS.' OKIE TIME WHEW 1 COULPM" DO IT I FOUWP OUT SHE PAID SOMEBODY ELSE TWO BITS AN HOUR MORE THAW SHE WAS PAYIM 1 ME.' WAIT A MIKJUTE, NOW-'YOU'RE HER BKOTHBR AWPSHEPOES THIMGS FORVOU--LIKE--UH" ER--WELL, DO IT THIS TIME AKJD I'LL MAKE UP THE DIFFERENCE --AND WE'LL TALK ABOUT IT LATER! WHY MOTHERS SET GRAY 10-16 OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE MY W0RP, R7<SARTY, 7HI6 15 A M|N|/VrL)RE OF HOOPLE TOWERS I BUILT FOR AMIPEASTERN POTENTATE' 5TEEL- TAKt 0XY6EN IN TdE UPPER 6T0RIES! WE PUT ROOF ON BX5ATeLLITE.' WAITLL HE TELUS ABOUT WALKIN 1 SIRPER5 ON THE 30TH FLGOR TO RE36UE COME HE FAINTEP WHEN TriE FENCE. BROKE YESTEPPAY 7 EEK&MEEK CAS£ HI-STORV OF FAT15/JT AJ.S. .. HE'S COUVWC6D THAT 1 DCVUT LIKE H'M ! .^ _ _ FRANK AND ERNEST Canines Answer to Previous Puuie FLASH GORDON r Wednesday, October 16« 10t4 By DAN BARRY ACROSS 1 Man's best friend 4 Mixed-breed dog 7 Newborn dog 10 March date 12 Way traveled (ab.) 13 Norwegian river 14 Great 15 Elongated fish 16 Adjective suffix (pi.) 17 Dark-brown pigment 19 Italian baritone 21 Small child 22 Affirmative 23 Small dog sound 26 Hard-shellod fruit 28 Printing direction 31 Pub drink 32 Modest 35 Curs 38 Female saint (ab.) 39 To be (Fr.) 40 Hearing organ 42 Number 43 Single thing 45 —Tin Tin 47 Overact 49 Likeness 52 Particle 53 Linear (ab.) 55 Kind of dog (coll.; pi.) 57 Negative conjunction (pi.) 58 Greek letter 59 Landed 60 Mariner's direction CARNIVAL 61 Legal thing 62 Arid DOWN 1 Accomplished 2 Harem rooms 3 Boy's nickname 4 Anything alive 5 Shoshonean Indian 6 Kind of dog race 7 A clog will when loo warm 8 Preposition 9 Dance step 11 Month (ab.) 13 One who plagues 18 Charged atom 20 Middle (comb. form) B caataraa s 23 Sweet potato 44 Kind of 24 Lily plant fisherman 25 Confined 46 California 27 Distant (prefix) valleS 29 Roster 47 English school 30 Grafted (her.) 48 Additional 33 Wives of tsars 50 Retriever color 51 Arabian ruler 52 Feminine name 54 Resident of (suffix) 56 Pigpen fi 34 Army officer (ab.) 36 Dog's caretakers 37 Lease 41 Edge OF V ANP A THE TOMAN «. mom EMPIRE ABOUT THEEMPE AWAITS YOU 1,1 aa^ / AT HIS TNI BORN LOSER ByARfSANSOM SOU KtfOUJ HOW I FEEL ABOUT ALLIYOOP By DAVIGRAUE By DICK TURNER © 1074 by NEA. Inc.. T.M. Keg. U.S. PaMffl HOW MANY CITIZEN ."\CREDITS DOES, CUBBLE: 08*372 OWE 08^372/ LET'S HE OWES TWE SEE... \ CROWN NOTHING.' HMww, HE HAS MADE NO THAT'S I PURCHASES WITH ODD.' /HIS CREDITS CARD K. THIS WEEK/ WHAT? YOU HAVE DELIBERATED , CHOSEN NOT TO AVAIL YOURSELF/ THEN, BY LAW, OF THE MANY FINE THINGS IN / MDU MUST BE THE KING'S STORE?./^ ~--^ PUNISHED/ fcwrs^/^/3™.' ^^- X J AM . c ^*^( A READY/ SIR/ © 1974 by NEA, Inc.,| CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE IF 'But, gee, whiz, Mom! How will I ever stand pain if I don't listen?" RISHTi WE WAWT T T THOUGHT YOU TWO \ ITAIMT MlfiHT BB AFTER HIM j AFTER POK PRODUCEftl /YOU'RE ABOUT THE SERVICED I THINK- HE'g fill &HOW CM THE yiJt-eTHOflf V n$iffiv '"' WE<V ^^VEW V* N AN A6ENT FOR A TELEVISION CO/VlPAWy? BUT I HAP TO PL/W BECAUSE © 187< by HEA. Inc.. T.M. Btg. U.S. Pal. 0».| First, the good news: It's Saturday. The bad news: Monday's just one day away. BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG The office Romeo in a bargain suit, is a wolf in cheap clothing. Add to your dictionary of collective nouns: a snore of opera-goers. DO YOU MIND IF I GO 5OWLING TONJIGHT; DEAR? f BUT IF YOU GO X WHEN YOU ^COME HOME YOU'LL FIND A TARAKJTULA IN YOUR ^ l >*61 X- RPD/ I WONDER WHERE SHE'D FIND A TARANTULA ON SUCH SHORT NOTICE By HOWIE SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI HATE THAT OF WELL, HOW DO YOJ FIND SCHOOL. TH ie TERM 7 WINTHROP^? SAME A(=> ALWAYS... I ©ETQFF THE BUS /AND THERE IT IS. 1974 by NEA, Inc. T M. Bi( US. Pll. OK. SHOLJLDN Y HAVE AeKEO SL1CH A DUMB QUESTION IN THE FIRST PLACE. ByBOB f HAVES CAMPUS CUTTER SUGGESTIONS GRIPES * * By LARRY LEWIS THI4 COMPANY TAKEi A VfcRY REALUT1C VIEW Of EMPLOYEE IS 5//»/e< SELLING A SUMMARV OF THE/NOT A TEXTBOOK 5 ...JUST A LIST OF WHERE TOE G00t> PARTS ARE BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL PRBCILLA'S POP ByALVERMEER / I SEE. A TALL, DARK., HEAVY-SET MAN / HE APPEARS FDLLERIN' PERHAPS \ WE SHOULD » FINISH THIS READING AT A LATER DATE/ HE'S ONE OF MY MOST \ PERSISTENT ) CREDITORS"/^/ ^T"^ BY PRETENDING SHE'S C5-OT A STOMACHACHE! JENNY LU SAYS SHE SETS OUT OP DOING YOU KNOW WHAT?) 1 00 THE SAME THING- LAST TIME I CONFIDE IN ANYBODY n

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