Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 15, 1954 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

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Monday, Matth 15, 1954 HOP! if Aft, H8M, ARKANSAS OZAftK (Kt £ : DAGWOOD,T wiSMT^ HERE THEY ARE DOWN HERE, DAGWOOD < VDU ^WOULD^4'T BE SO GROUCHY IN THE MOF5NIISGS.' DRAGGED THEM)$$3k |y^i DOWNSTAIRS flf .4P T&l 1 ^ —.^ /-. i-r-r-v,-M.I y _5^> r . ^* -*.,.1 OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* VOUR -IQTXWJl, WHOLOVfeSVOU TOO MUCH O HURT / VMDW/ FIRST ~V MA, HE KEEPS Y AMPTHEY'REMOT J TIME IW MV LIFE 1 TRACK OF HOW 1 SlX-VEAR-OLDS.' /^l EVER, HAP A \MANYTIMES / CHANCE TO BUTLER \ HE WAITS ON FOR BOTH OF 'EM . 'EM AMP THROWS ) AT ONE TIME/ WHEN) < IT UP TO ME.' , I OPEN) TH' POOR. FER, ) HE'LL COUNT \ ONE, THE OTHER / THIS AS TWICE.' DOWN Remunerates Western state Chinese dog Drench cap Smc)1 1 Young tlog 4 What a clog buries 0 What a dog wags 12 Consumed, as dog 1'oori 13 PaVndise 14 Within (comb, form) 15 Ox of Tibet 16 Perfume 18 Shakes 20 Mountain nymph 21 Fisherman's apparatus 22 Extinct ox 24 Wise 20 Chinese city 27 Stitch 30 Opposed 32 Counsel 34 Abate 35 African My 36 Bel'ore ., 37 Musical / ALWAYS WAITS TILL I'M COMFORTABLE Direction (ab.) Eye moisture Poker Motion Nobleman Injuries Swerves Lariat "I wonder il that doggie is lor State Singing voice XNOVlNTDHAYEHAt? BITtSRqjARRa WITH ONBMAN, 50H16MURPSR WASPlNNEPON— 41 Malicious burning 42 Told falsehoods 43 Noun suffix 44 Pale 46 Car (coll.) 47 Poorly 48 Grant 21 Position 28 Essential bpitifi Undesirable plant 31 Measure of time 33 Rhyme HB.Testify WASH TUBBS GofpFtsH &<WL jUAjrf 1 ityfj :«W mA kMsRWNG6£! 'ITS K MIRWL^ +& MAMV 40 Singing groupsSO Charged atom ADVICE GIVE YOU WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY ' passage 39 Regretted 40 Ripped -11 Masculine appellation 42 Acquire knowledge 45 Having paresis 49 Sly 51 French island' 52 Resound 53 Preposition 54 " dog Tray" 55 Turkish officials 56 Kind of light , 57 American humorist , , OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major rrdopTe ' RUM! gAM / You DOLTS MIGHT SA5E5 BETTER liSETHl'S < FRESHEN uP FOiLS, gUT \P OM FIFTH GRADE/ ? See . JOACHIMS \e A ABSORBED MAKING BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY By Hershbergex ALLEY OOP WHOEVER THOSE GUYS ARE-.THEV SURE AIN'T PULLIN' PUISiCl NO5IR THEY PONT SEENfJ SETS ALLEY OOP'S JOY, pIMDINS HIMSELF R\CK HOME IN MOO, ENDED WHEN HE REALIZED Hp WAS STANDING IN THE MIDDLE A 0ATTLEFIEUP. urr RIGHT NIPPLE OF T. M. Ktf, U. s. FH. Oil. Copf. 1954 by NEA Seivlo, Ira rj "Something's going to hay6 to improve, around here,; fe Pet—either his Dlavinjy or mv fiffhtiiio-!'.' Pet — either his playing o_r my SIDE GLANCES By Galbratth "George is always slopping the end of his tie Into his-cup, .of coffee and we can't afford it at present prices'." CHRIS WELKIN, Ploneteei By Carl Anderson ' '' l/ PEAPLV THPOI/5H TUP /»TOM ENTIRE vlt-LA6e£ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNS T. H. to». U. «. P^ «(• , ,,. ««pr. 1»M b» NM •*«!«, IIM. 4'ff "Get this straight ii9W nIy tw? baew on a broken

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