Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 25, 1974 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Friday, October 25, 1974
Page 6
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Page Six SIDE GLANCES HOPE (ARK.) STAR By GILL FOX /,- "I don't think it would be considered avante-garde any longer if we were to start a bridal gown department!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN A MINUTE... VE&--1VE 6OT IT--WHATY WHY, X WUTTER WALKEP IM AT TH' ELSE DO yOU--UH--WAITjTH'BULL\ WEOMG TIME.'TH'BULL'S ' \ JUST / ON TH PHONE WITH HIS / CAME /WIFE.MAKIW'A LIST OF / ' BACK I GROCERIES HE HAS TO \ FROM J PICK UP--AW 1 HE DOESN'T MILL ORDERS INSTEAD OF 1 'EM.' WOULP VOLl CHECK THAT JOB OW MILL AAAIWTAIKIIWG HIS IMAGE C) ll't H M* lot I H *«« U 1 fB OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE FASCINATING WHAT PITY ITS TOO LATE FOR ME TO SET THE DETAILS SEN. EISENHOWER SUMMONED ME HIS ROOM^THEN HE POINTED TO A HUGE MAP OF EUROPE .'" HE ASKEP,"WHERE SHOULP WE INVADE?" MAJOR WAS LEFT WITH MORE. IN HIS MOUTH THAN A FLEA . ON ELEPHN^T THATS THE POLITEST KNOCK- DOWN 5INCE THAT LINEBACKER WHO HAP 5-OR-R-V TATOOED ON HIS , KNUCKLED! EEK & MEEK Generals Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Napoleonic marshal 4 "Desert Fox" 10 Idolize 12 Flyer 14 Ice formations 15 Official order 16 Sail ,,s'patron saint 17 Belgrade VIP 18 Ignited 19 Social gathering 21 Historical period 23 Disseminate 26 Guide's high note 28 Begot 32 — de Gaulle 34 Defense grouptab.) 35 Operatic song 36 Russian marshal (1745-1813) 39 Purposeful 41 Theatrical abbreviation 42 Compass reading 43 Dowry 45 Zoo animal 47 Simpleton 50 Actual 52 Foolish 56 Of robbery on high seas 58 Roman dictator 59 Fire or air 60 Numerical comparison 2 Disease of cereals 3 Word of assent 4 Branches (biol.) 5 Egglike 6 Youngsters 7 Insane 8 And others (Latin ab.) 9 French novelist 10 Masculine nickname 11 Small state (ab.) 13 Prepare flax 17 Story 20 Conger 22 Japanese aborigine 23 Cantankerous word rsira rarara nnta ;racan 24 Czech river 25 Lament 27 Inquires 29 Demolish 30 Harrow's rival 31 Pigeon 33 Hostile incursion 37 Soviet river 38 Apex 40 Spanish conqueror (varJ 44 Fishing net 46 Elicit 47 Disclose (poet) 48 Troubles 49 Disentangle 51 Deeds 53 Singing voice 54 Southern state (ab.) 55 Small child 57 Friend (Fr.) 58 Family member group Nabs 61; 62 New (comb, form) DOWN 1 Unit of CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER 1974 by NEA. Inc./T.M Reg. U.S: Pal. OH. "Your Junior has wonderful manners! He apologized to the police and firemen when they came!" It's getting harder and harder to get a good 10-cent cigar for half a buck. Our controller says that's what he can't do with his frau once she hits a bargain sale. BLONDIE One of the most beneficial exercises around here is keeping the mouth shut. We never get hangovers — they're more like a complete full-length porch roof. By HOWIE SCHNEIDER FRANK AND ERNEST ByBOBTHAVES t JU^T COT TIRED Of WOT HAVIN6 A CoRiutP TO I MV ! INTO IO-7.S f BUGS BUNNY ByHEIMDAHL&STOFFEL f WHAT'S YEK PROBLEM, I PETUNIA? y ^ MV KITCHEN SINK IS STOPPEP up/ WHERE'S YEK ^\ CLOSEST WALL I SOCKET ? ) ;r\ I WORK AS FAST AS I CAN, AN' I DON'T OVER-1, CHARGE... I WORK AS FAST AS I CAN, AN' I CONT OVERCHARGE/.. FLASH GORDON Friday, October 25, 1974_ By DAN BARRY THERE/ HOW DO YOU LIKE S THE HAIRCUT? ^ OHH, FLASH/1 SOT you INTO THIS.' FORGIVE fid THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM VGRITEA. MASTV LETTER! IC-2.-5 ALLEY OOP ByDAVEGRAUE ' EASY, OOP/ \ LINNETT/ THIS ISi\ A PLEASURE n'S MY R?1END ) OOP, AND HIS — ,..! WANT YOU /,,,FOR I AM THEY HAVE TO REMOVE / TIRED OF BE- WHIPPED /"THEN TO KNOW VOU LINNETT.' / PARTNER, LURCH/ / GENTLEMEN... THIS THINS V INSBEWEN FROM MY NECK,> BY THE KING'S/ MANY, IT OFF •*« ir? tiiAv t v//^i i / /*x^t I ^/*-i-x%r>^*l i -r>t»l&C ' I y^PM /ill* AND X MEANT THE WAY YOU . ( COLLECTORS! I TIMES; V ORVILLE rxirx f-i \r»o\ er/e / V >^_ ^\ WHAT I SAID,.. DID CUBBLE'Si 07^ by NEA, Inc., T.M. RM. (JSfM. Oil CAPTAIN EASY WE GOT THE CULPRIT! \r<=> WK cotJ MAW PAI $HAP- P0^IN<5 /)& D/RK VAN PUV6R... By CROOKS & LAWRENCE BUT WEVER MINP THAT WOl/Vi I'M 5URB I HEAKP SOMEONE AROUNP- M/V/6E SPVINJ6 ow By CHIC YOUNG ro^^ V-HU n ! V I PON'T J" ( KMOW ) 7A—^ n-i ' // __ IFFHr JUST '(DOESN'T LOOK ^-r LIKE ME ^— •// 3.N // WINTHROP ByDlCRCAVALLI PDNTKNOW CREEPY- CRAWLIES LIKED MUSIC. I WANTA &HOLM. JUST LIKE THEGHOUL THAT WANT TO KNOW WHATODR. FAVORITE SONS 16"? P5AROLD GOPZ.ILLA." CAMPUS CLAHER 1974 by NEA. Inc . I M Refl U S Pll OH 0-iS WIB'VE HAO A BREAKTHROU6HJ 8UKNS, HERE, HAS DESIGNED A MAP NOBODY CAN FOLD-' By LARRY LEWIS CARTOGRAPHY 729 PRISCIIU'SPOP By AL VERMEER I TOOK YOUR ADVICE HOLLYHOCK. I'VE &EEN READING ALL I M JUST GETTING TO ) S AARDVARK ( ENCYCLOPEDIA -y SUL.L.V \( FOR You, yPRISCILLA MORNlfslS.'/ HOW FAR HAVE YOU

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