Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 1, 1954 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 1, 1954
Page 7
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• « Thursday, April 1, 1954 HOP* STAR, HOfl, ARKANSAS BLONDIE Sy Chick Young OZARK mi D P I'LL \AAVE TO HURRY j IF I'M GOING TO MEET BLONDIE OM THE CORKER V A I nwi^c-j i L. r ^> 'y t i NEVER SAW/ -vi A LIKELY HONESTLY- ,MA' »B\)f. MRS* RIMWSw LI SORRY AHCA SON SHMfttiEttKr I ^$\I»Wl /&*SEW; HIS MUSIC LESSONS JTPLAY^TH'FIDDLE JUST TO PLAY a _^/3*s TOO/,,, ^ BAS6CALL? Mn VIC FLINT Dancing Along Answer ACROSS ; 1 Turkey C trot 8 Swing partner 12 Opera by Verdi 13 Maria 14 Sea eagle 15 Plant part IGJVeight of India 17 Cut off 18 Huge tub ID Scatter 21 Indonesian of ) Mindanao 22 Artists' frames 24 Seasoned 20 Feminine appellation 27 You a partner for ballroom : dancing 28 Powerful explosive 30 Girl's name 31 Fish \ ."52 Scarlet 33 Fee for passage 35 Rots flax 33 Spanish dance 40 Great dread ''. 42 Dancing is an 43 Oriental guitar 45 Brazilian macaw ;.46 Swedish. I ; weight 18 Diminutive of ".j Lillian 49 Arabian gulf j50 Gull-like bird |51 Wapili CARNIVAL 52 Nuisance 53 Essential being 54 Legal point 55 Worthless table scraps DOWN 1 Savor 2 dances ? Danish seaport 4 Scottish cap 5 Abstains from food G Above 7 Spanish town 8 Affirmative reply 9 Embellished 10 Joined II Cushion anew 19 Derogates 20-.Rover 23 All 25 Conductor 29 Symbol for tellurium 30 Measure of area 33 Strong points 34 Changes 3G One who barters 37 Most painfr 38 Sew loosely 39 Lubricator 40 Converses 41 Raves 44 Baked clay 47 Compass poir: 49 Army post office (ab) By Dick Turner "I had the best trained husband in the world, and then one day he walked out of the apartment and never came back!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbro'th jr \gr T. ** Cwr. 1M*»y MA 8«rvlM, Inc. ^1" ; - M| *'? Hin«[» like ITS? ~"' IJYinf«^yoM fenew, everything t l f|8f '" im^': --'a OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams HOLY eMOKES/ HIS BAY WIMPER IS 6IVIM' HIM TH' RUMA ROUND.' JUST LOOK AT IT WITH THIS HE POM'T MEEP OM CHAIRS' LISTEN/ I ASKED FOR A BACK RUB, NOT ATAFFV PULL/LOOKS LIKE HE'S (3ETTIW IN1D BEP AN' PULLIN' UP TH' COVERS--THATS MY HIPE.' WHY MOTHERS GET 6RAY c.,,,«. i, „,, ,. „„. ™ ... u ... •>., on. Copr. 1«4 bx HE* Boftlci-, Inc. T. M. B«E. U. S..P«t. Q»j. i (S<3T ALU ££/ t CAM SB6 HOW FLINT '•& WASH TUBBS OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major rioopre AlM'T THE HlSHEST OF WHITE COLLAR THE TIME I WORKED IM A TAMl^ERV—-THE USED TO 6LflM THE DOORS AMD MMDOW6 AT 6 RM. \MHEM FLOATED PA6T OM VVHAT 6UBMER6E-D SV SARBAGE, MV WORD/ L&T'S PITCH IN AND DIS THE DEVICE- OUT OF THIS KINDLY VMIMD 16 STILL, AT OUR MV WAV HOME' -Jsfetl^ LIFE CAM V T SE A VE&. SHE WA6 KIMP TO , ^ BOBBV AT FIRST; BUT THW& ^I UWPEP&^ND MfO, CHAW66PI SHE'S C3ROWN PRMNB WKRRIBP J5TWCT..,PUNISHE5'HIW, FOR NOW B08BV6 BE6IWWINO TO DISLIKE HIS 6T6P- MOTHER WTEMS6LV., ] MR. FRWM6 (SJJO MATTERS! BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES ^^^•^^^^^^iFC»pf.,l»;4 m UtA-giWotjgraStfy^Mff ".; > /:« ^v"- i n, 1. v.»yf y°& jr --fe ,V^V»V •«.'»»-' t 3 > %r"~ •! " |i ' l| 1i!!!!.i' i',',- vvjvn'i ELLjit'^^agjt^'iyj^ BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberge* v"^v\~^^ v ^^^^T T v&"'* ' V ; v^''/^! ALLEY OOP < LOOKS LIKE ) B0ILEP LOT, BUT I I'VE ARRIVED IN J DONT RECALL HIM YOWAf r\ SAYINJ'THEV SHOT FIRST. THEN ASffiD It; v QUESTIONS LAJER. "Hpw long .have you been running without a motor?' HENRY By Carl Anderson fOOZY TOLP Mg HIS COUNTRY^ MEN WERE A HARP- CHRIS WELKIN, Ploneteei GIVE THAT LITTLE LADY SOMETHING- TO PUT ON HER ' ^ r - r ;T^nw3^i THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNS THINK I'P Berne e

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