Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 3, 1954 · Page 3
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 3

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 3, 1954
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Saturday, April 3, 1954 HOPI STAR, HOM, ARKANSAS : >V^} * &: %£•'%$ , j £f >-'*'>< <- ' k lA ' '- 'I: ^.-Lii^^&i^sS^^^ BLONDIE By Chick Yotlflf OZARK IKE ell NOW I'VE GOT/ iA'RUN IN MV BANKROLL 3UICK, DEAR, GIVE ME THlPTY DOLLARS- THEY HAVE THE CUTEST LITTLE DPESS N HERE — -**'* f _. _, (OH, MY GOODNESS U l_l Err I'VE GOT A RUN WAIT OUT HERE I'LL GO INTO THIS WOMENS HOP AND GET A NEW PAIR IN MY STOCKING tfi P > \A Hungarian Rhapsody Answer to Previous Puzxle *> ACROSS 1 Part of Hungarian , capital on j right Uank of i Danube ' 5 Left bank part of capital 9 Employer 10 Grafted (her.) 11 Mad 13 Experts 16 Seine ,17 It is (conlr.) 19 Dine 20 Story 22 Age 23 Wheys of milk 24 Mountain nymph 26 Encloses 28 Obtained 30 Small child 31 Meadow 32 Title of courtesy 33 Talws into custody 37 Tardier 41 Mine shaft huts 42 Apex 44 Ashy 45 Shade tree 46 Note in Guido's scale ; 47 Entangle '48 Harvester / 51 Natives of Rome 54 Challenge ; 55 Passage in the brain 56 Gefaint's wife in Arthurian legend i57 Rail bird DOWN 1 Agitation 2 Free nation (ab.) 3 Low haunt 4 Rugged mountain spur 5 Magyar 6 Conclude 7 Sainte (ab.) 8 Indian homes 11 Preposition 12 Close 14 Biblical weed 15 Stations (ab.) 10 Anger 21 Birds of prey 23 Petty prince 25 Accomplishes 27 Wind o V A t- & A !- m & i B S N A P E A M 1 e E M 1 T E U B O T 1 O N $ R 1 r A T 1 T U S. • M e T E R 5 O R E *» E F?. R A T A A V E R A S S E 'I 1 T E P F E N N R l_ P E R 1 V E B N P R A « fr S E V E r 4 MB 1 U O 1 U O A V S R T O A T S tr O l_ 1 V E 1 O M 1 T' * P 1 N E l_ E •Z S & O O T e c K B R 1 ^ t K N *3 A C? IS t? R A, N T m*M 29 Ragged 33 Maple genus 34 This nation now plays a Communist tAMD/DATES AR£ GIVEN AN EQUAL CHANCE TO OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* WB.L.HB tEPT WIT'OUT p|$ LOVB .. tSTTEK/ PA POIPUMB ON PAENVE YOU OKAY, VICZ'N KNOWING 1 LET HIIA YA ALL RIGHT? ) SLIP THKQUOH MV ^-' , .4-N^Mtf BlMABKXty i—* 39 Enthusiastic ardor 40 Rots flax 43 Capital of France 49 Cooking utensil 50 Silkworm 52Siouan Indian 53 Sea (Fr.) W6R).,.IT-BUKN5 35 Made ove 36 Sun 38 Italian condiment THAT VOUNS WHIPPER-SNAPPBRi 1 RM105TWNAY HOUSE TO SUIT WteBLP'. HE LEFT EVERY , WR6-. FRWNE,.. (WP SHE'LL BE HERE FOR TONIGHT OrJLV LENA,,, VOU LIKED THWJ . VOU OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major noopTe I'M MOT HOfDlMS EtoUSH CHIPS'. TO HAVE THE aOll^T PLUSH- •« EGAD, 5AiUFFy/MR..POPOVe(3 66 HIDING HIS EMTHU5/A6M OVER "THE MACH AS A TV SOUND DEVICE, BOT HE'LL BE CWER TO See IT/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES OP THE 5UITE -««• PERHAPS CI6ARS APOUMD AMD COMBAT THE- CABBAGE AROMA VilTH BUGS BIJNNY T AM IMPRESSIVE EXHIBITION) I HALL= By Hershberge^ U3 NOf LUNI4S TALKUM US /• —-L. US VOWIAN5;, / NO SOOP... WELL.C'MON.SAy \ VOU r^VOU COME 5UMPIN, SOMEBODY rSAVVVr 7 YAK-YAK WllH \VHASSA MATTER ^^ ,r^V CHIEF/ YOULUNKB? was the little womaiii Joe! Fix.me one for the -road—then'pick me o.Mt a good road!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbratth ' _yVVre taking turns until the paint's dry!" HENRY By Carl Anderson CHRIS WELKIN, THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE /kY/INDQW WSPU»V OF HIS SOO®, TEltMg

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