Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 26, 1955 · Page 12
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 26, 1955
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HdM STAR,'HOM, ARKANSAS Tuesday, April S*, Tuesday, ApHI **e ••?»& .**» 3 REAVES FURNITURE STORE e Sewing Course h the jktf£h&§e of hew rtger Sewing Machine, t ilNGflt StWING CiNTIR feim- fhorte 7-6840 TUIttESS TIRES IALANCINO ,iA , whilfe you wait 5KLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY £•.--'•; COMPANY, IULLD02U WORK * ttll'CMif'tnft — Dirt Mevlni "" Dlogtno. Call Phone 7-»m MATTRESSES (MlltC tr.MhJt Into inn*n*rta| .,. .Work Guaranteed *.•',— ,OM Pay 6ervle« M» DAVIS IN ph'BlnTMNwt PHon* 7-ttll CfcOWN WESTERN SHARES •f wlvtPvlf led Incoiji Prowctus aVflllabl M.S. BATES ,>fk. Phone 7-MM .,-,-„- SERVICE rftiq^4r*'Ho£- anywhere. Call ua. I6r your Car, Truck, repair*. . . W« are:a«4H«ar atyoMr phone DIAL r atyoMr 7-2767 CLASSIFIED •AiiKtttiautkUb; Adi Mutt Be In Office bay Before Publication WANT AD __ All WrtAt Adlj dtt payoHt lft • ftdvWre* but odt will b* accepted evel- the telephone dnd dccomodo- tlWi dccounfs aflowed wifti the uri- diirstbhding the account Is payable when ttaternenf Ii' rerWored. Number Of Word* tp 25 26 J3 30 M • M 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to SO On« .60 .75 ,.90 1.05 1,20 J.35 i.so Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2,40 2.70 3.00 Six 6n« Days Mortfh 1.30 4.50 2.00 ' ' 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 S.OO 6.00 £8 . 13.50" 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tlm* ?5e ptt irtch 3 timei 60c pet Inch 6 times SOc per Inch Rotes quoted above are for con- Mcutlve insertion*. Irregular or skip* date bds will take the one-day rot«. All dally classified advertising copy Will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day, Thr publishers reserve the right to revise-or edit all advertisements offered for : publication and to reject any objectionable . advertising submitted Initials of one or mor« letters, proups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The' Hope,Star, will not .be. responsible for jerrors In Want Ads unlesi errors, are . called to our atferitlan ' after FIRST Insertion of ad and then for ONLY thfr ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED, newly decorated, six room house. Garage. Garden. 812 W. 4th. Dial 7-2247. 1-tf Political Announcement The Staf « authorized to announce that the following afe candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: :" . For Mayor B. L. HETTIG KENNETH HAMILTON Auction Places Little League Boys on Teams As a result 'of the annual Little League auction, th6 following Little League players are assigned the following teams. David Fricks, Tommy Brown and Tommy Mosier, Team i Rosters: Hope Beverage Co.— William Perkins, 228 N. Hervey, Phon6 73669— Mgr. Denver Dickenson, Barry Dean Browning, Wayne Camp, Max Henry, ferry Thurman, Charles Wren, Billy Vann, Roy Wray, Bob Foster, Ronnie Smith, Jbe Lingo, Charles Hortori, James Powell, Buddy Dobbs and Larry Thrash. Owen Dept. Store — "Shorty" ,Purtle. 801 IX 6th; Phone 7-2543— Mgr. Tommy Montgomery, Jimmy jBoyd, Chas. Flowers, Tom Griffin, For SoU who ho ' who tried out or who was a player on any .team last year and whose name is not listed on any team SAjrt), Gravel, topsofl, ftll dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park, April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS, large variety. See these chicks before buying. £>an- ny Hamilton, 204 East 2nd. April 15-1 Mo. BABY CHICKS best grade laying and broiler type. Hope Feed Company. Phone 7-2547. Mr. 24-lmo. FERTILIZER, ammonia, and nitrate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland. . April 21-1 Mo. FOUR room farm house 2' miles of town Phone 7-2243. ' 20-Ct THREE r6om unfurnished apartment," private bath, reasonable rent. 1311 West Avenue B. Phone 7-3696. ;.;.:'.' 18-tf LARGE ; -5; room house..Electricity, gas, deep well water/ near corporate limits. Phone 7-2243. 2Q-6t I.1KIC"'' ^rmlte^C^ti-p I: ,60. - '^jjjj^ I GUARANTEED For Free Inspection . \ ' co11 A. D. Middlebrooki Jr. . ,J,PHones 7-2822 or 7-379] ,'y f %><a'»«!V"<.i« v J t < t , . TO CbUjpTjE, .nicely furnished 2 room and -bath cottage apartment; Electric Refrigerator. 917 "W. 6th phone 7-4345. , 25-3t Real Estate for Sale WE SELL — We Buy — We Rent Real Estate. Franklin Company, •106 South Main. . 5-1 Mo'. Awnings Canvas' Ajynings ^and metal-awnings. ,,.'Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating' old blinds. Etig Cleaning. CqpPER : BLANKENSHIP ' Formerly'iciley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. ' April, 14-1 Mo. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE.Station;. 3rd ' and Laurel,,' Reasonably > priced. See S: L. Murphy for details. 8-tf i r TAILOR MADE torn NOW... Seat Covers "K $23.00 For Most Cars Plastic Seat Covers :t:$32;50 For Most Cars *r GLASS * Installed for ony make —- or VtrMClc, also' cut table, tops, Glass & Salvage Co. W^» 3rd S»r«*» - OPEN 7 DAYS A WI?EK Help Wanted TOMATO PLANTS, flower plants, Perry Winkle and Double Hybis- cus, .Saiva, Snaps, Margerite Daisies, and Petunias. Campbell Flower Shop. 25-3t SPINET PIANO BARGAIN— Responsible loqal party can save large' sum on lovely Spinet, $44.00 Vv'ill' handle and then low monthly payments. Write before we send' truck—CREDIT MANAGER.JOP- LIN PIANO COMPANY, 312 MAIN, JOPLI'N. MISSOURI. 26-4t STATE CERTIFIED potato plarits for sale. Porto Rico, Red Velvet, all gold and red gold. W. B. Porterfield McCaskill, Ark. 26-6t dervices Offered Players listed should contact their respective managers immediately upon reading this notice and give him their home addresses and other needed information. Llttla League rules permit only five play- eds of each age group on any Little League team . As a result, several players In the 11 and 12 year age groups, who are fully qualified for Little League baseball, were not assigned a team because all the team rosters were full in these age groups. There w.ere - several vacancies In the 9 and.10 year groups but very few in the 11 and 12 year groups. In case of vacancies, the following players will'be first to be called up in their respective age groups. Age 12, Bobby Pate, Joe M. Herndon, Acea Rogers, Wm. Hinkle, Joe Ellis, Edward Larnb and 'Billy R. Parsons-. Age 11, Jim Wilson, Charles Carver, • Orville - Steadman and Charles Moore. Age < 9.and 10, jPowell, Jerry Ratliff, Tony Purtle, jGuy- Walking, Earl R. Murphy, i Phillip Oilliam and Jerry Goad. ! Sid Rogers Buick— Ken and Phil | Jones, 1802 S. Elm; Phone 7-3258— Mgr. Joe Parris, Mike Galloway, H. D. Barwick, Joe Dugan, Joe Embry, Ben Waller, Fred Smith, Jim Barrnetine, Vonnie Edwards, Jack May, Henry Lauterbach. Denn Allen, Johnnie Wilson, Jack Caldwell and David Guerin. Century Bible Class—Norman Moore, 1512 S. Main, Phone 7-3215 —Mgr. David Moore, Gene Robinson, Teddy Messer, Jack White. Jim Simpson, Tony McLarty, Dan Hatfield, Harold Patton, Ronnie Jones, Curits Chufchwell, 'David Porterfield, Redgie Turner, Buddy Jordan, Jimmy Hartsfield and Joo Mason. Lions Club—A. J. Rhodes, Hope Builders Supply, Phone 7-4030— Mgr. Bud McElroy, Jerry Owens, Henry Norvell, John Ross, Kenny Ridgdill, Jerry Sweet, Wayne Collins, Joe Duke, Mike Brade'n, Glen Calhoun, David Waddle, Day- id Billings, Jack Lloyd, Larry Hooten and Sonny Kitchens. . First Baptist R. A's—Roy Tay- Chicago lor, 1514 S. Main, Phone 7-2407— Mgr. Tommy Roberts, Billy Walters. Bobby Cox, Louis Anderson, Ford Ward. Wayne Hatfield, Tim. j Bearden, Bill Anderson, Tommy Jones, Emmet Barrett, Billy Bear;den. Duvall Moose, Dennis Richards, Vincent Foster and Johnny Schooley. Anthony Lbr. Co.—Jimmy Jones 1423 S. Main, Phone 7-2688—Mgr. Bobby Pate, Jim Caudle. O'Steen, •, Jimmy Garrett, David Neal, David 'New York Stewart, David Fricks, Leon Prin- .Boston ce, Ronnie Burns, Jerry Hatfield, I Cleveland Denzell Henderson, Tommy Brown, |^ 6 ti'oit Buddy Sprague, Larry Moore, BiJ-1 Washington ly W. Gilbert, Ronnie Stevenson, -Kansas City Joe Enoch, Harold Reese, Alfred [Baltimore Reese, Joe Mosley and Richard Lee. Foster Realty—Jimmy Lauterbach, 820 Foster st., Phone 7-2168— Mgr. Orville Stadman, G. D. Barwick, James Thornton, J. Mitchell, AMERICAN LEAGF, STANDING. W L Pet. GB 6 3 .667 7 4 .636 7 4 .636 C 5 .545 1 5 5 .500 I'/a 5 0 .500 IVi 37 3'/2 3 9 .230 4!' 2 Wes Ninemier, Mac McLarty, Al Weisenberger. Jerry Ve,rhalen, Larry Lindsey, Richard McDowell, Johnny Waller, Charles Beyerly, Richard Daniel, George Wright, Bob Trout, Joe Hargis, Joel Rogers, Paul Guerin, Van Cox, Ricky Butler and Phil Delvichio. Tol-E-Tex Oil Co.—Billy Hairr, 901 Park Drive, Phone 7-2204—Mgr. "' Yesterday's Results (No games scheduled) Today's Games New York at Chicago Boston at Kansas City (night) Baltimore at Detroit Washington at Cleveland NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Prt GB Brooklyn Milwaukee St. Louis Chicago Bill Johnson, Larry Walder, Coy ] WxPhiladclphia Zumwalt. Charles Carver, Lester i New York Bennett, J. Malnar, Jerry Pate, Jimmy Pate, -Billy R. Parsons, Ronnie Hankins, Jim Wilson, Dan Jones, George Jones, Edward Lam'b, Jim Arnold, Chuck Brown, Bert Sewell, Johnny Honeycutt, Jimmy Walder, Jimmy Carver, Johnnie Samuels and Joe Waldren. Anderson-Douglas — Johnny Graves! 402 N. Washington, Phone 7-2308 — Mgr. K. Grant, J. House, Tommy Mosier, Jack Lauterbach, B. Riid- sel, Joe Atchley, A .G. Fuller, Wm. Hinkle, Joe Ellis, Charfes Moore, Cincinnati ^Pittsburgh 11 2 .846 7 2 .700 2'/a C 4 ,600 3'/ 2 7 5 .iiOO V/2 6 6 .500 4'.'a 4 6 .400 5 2 10 ,167 8'/i 1 8 .111 8 (xDoes not include suspend e d game to be completed at later date). Yesterday's Results Charles Russel, Bill Kennedy. Jim Walters, Randy Murphy, Dickie Kroesing, Bobby Mitchell, Jerry Waller, Billy Compton, Ricky Steadman, Jackie Floyd, Carl Rogers and Wm. Brantley. (No games scheduled) Today's GameS Cincinnati at Brooklyn (night) Milwaukee at New York nigh Chicago at Pittsburgh (night) St. Louis at Philadelphia (nigh SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L PcU3I New Orleans 9 5 : G« Memphis 9 6 .600 Atlanta 9 G .GOO Birmingham 9 6 .600 Mobil e 76 .538 1 Chattanooga 7 9 .4311 3 Nashville G 10 .375 4 Little Rock 3 11 .214 G Yesterday's Results Mobile 4, Little Rock 3 Atlanta at Nashville (ppd co walher). V ' Birmingham at Chntlanoog (ppd, cold weather) (Only games scheduled. 81 Todays Games Atlanta at Nashville Birmingham at Chattanooga New Orleans at Little Rock Mobile at Memphis. By The Associated Press TEXAS LEAGUE / Jfc Fort Worth 5; Oklahoma Ofty Beaumont 5; Shreveporl 2 San Antonio 5; Houston 3 Only games scheduled WESTER NLEAGUE Colorado Springs 9; Wichita Lincoln G; Des Moincs 4 (11 ningsJ WHATS THIS? > TALLAHASEE, Fla. (UP) —£• bill before the Florida legiifcJt today would make it unlawful sell, make, buy or own gamblii; cards and dice. MATTRESS renovation and Inner- iprlng work- Cobb ISattreu to. ti9 South Wuhlncton. Phon* V-282J. Mar. 4-tf RALPH Montgomery Market; Cup- torn slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. MARRIED WOMAN—To secure educational information contact- Ing families in Hope by telephone, must have private line. "Easy pleasant work. Write M. M. Jones, 1022 Hawthorn Parkway, Jefferson City Missouri. 26-lt Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . V . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt " Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. CONVALESCENT AND Nursinfi Hospital. Reasonable ; rnpnthly rates. Quiet Neighborhood; Catering to Aged arid • Convalescent Patients. For information contact Ouachita County Hospital,..Camden, Arkansas,: Phone Temple! 69325. . April 1-1 Mo. WATER' WELL Drilling any depth or size, O. T. Clark and Son C. R. Clark, Gale, Ark., 203 East Ave. B. Hope, Ark. April 18-1 Mo. SEK Jess Morris .for custom- slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. Male Help Wanted We Arc Dealers of Dura Croft Aluminum Boats Mhoon't Jewelry .Store Hope Star TAKE HOME HICKORY SMOKED BAR -B - Q B U R T ' S Rear of A&P Store • Desk Fans • Westlnghouse Airconditloner • Window Fans • Attic Fan§ ."•'*—»•""" Johnson & Rettig Electric Co. 319 W. 2nd Ph. 7-8156 Hi i< tuck Highway f7 Weat LUCK'S USED FURNITURE CO. < idf* «f City l.lmlt« W«tl •9 Gallon Water Barralt for Salt 7-4381 Hope, Ark. RELIABLE MAN . WANTEpr I will be' in Hope soon to interview applicants for a permanent and extremely profitable connection, with a reliable companyj operating nationally. Business experience not required, ,as you will do no selling. To qualify for this opening you must: 1. Reside in Hope or nearby., . 2. Be honest and ambitious. 3. Supply good ! references-. , 4. Be prepared to act irn- . mediately, 5. Have at least $1,250.00 to $2,650.00 working capital to s.tart witty. 6. Be in good health, although your age is not important. If you • can qualify on all of the above six points Write at once giving address and phone number to Divisional Manager Post Office Box 57 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 25-3t Lost LADIES Elgin wrist watch. Lost between Locker Plant and uptown. Call Stella Whit<>, Branch Hospital. 26-3t Notic. For Alf Mokei and Refrigeration Service AfPLIANCE REPAIR 10 p. 3rd 7-2109 MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same, Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer & Storage Inc. Prescott Ark. Free Estimate. ' 4-1 Mo. MODERN 2 bedroom home and garage. Newly decorated. 402 Mockingbird Lane. Inquire at 400 North Hamilton, 23-31 I/K BEE-T-MITE T«rmiN Control $enrkf Owned A Qf^ratf d fry GUYGRIGG 91 Jess Morris for custom slaughtering and cold storage at Community Ice Co. Phone 7-2244 or 7-3478. April 22-1 Mo. The electric generating capacity of the United States is stimated at 102 million kilowatts. More than 10,000 mn work iii Ontario, Canado's 33 producing gold mines, If y| LIT US 00 YOUR WASH! „ PICK-UP AN(» peuvsfty MERCURYIS RECORD SUES BKGESI DEM FOR TOO! "SM .•**x» />t '$g%f <,,, .^.^wW-W* ' J V M ^£xwV"tK*') ¥-£>* >'""«„ "^^^ .^^^ ———-—' Ij^M-W^*-* ^^sm^^^^^^ ff^F > A % ''^ <•* WA' '' ..*,*><, 4 ?*••% >- &. v^ 7' ^,1 w$«m&sf$&&!mR! ,<,•$ * ...£*uv..w.>'**»'i'MhW «i» MERCURY MONTCLAlR HARDTOP COUPE (Above). This low-silhouette couper-only 58H inches high—typifies future styling that keeps Mercury ahead in style; Mercury offers 11 models in 3 great series, including all-new Montclair 4-door Sedan—"hardtop" beauty with 4-door convenience. Co-op BIG DEAL FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR Mercury sales are at an all-time liigh. Our high volume lets us give you a top allowance for your present .car. BIG DEAL ON OPERATING COSTS Mercury's farnous operating economy and Jow upkeep will save you money by the mile. , BIG DEAL ON PRICE * Mercury prices start below 13 models in the low-price field.* 'Snied on comparjlon ol nonufachmri' luggeiled /id or factory "tail prictt BIG DEAL ON FUTURE TRADE-IN VALUE Mercury consistently leads its field for resale value, according to inde* pendent market reports. IT PAYS TO OWN A IDERQIRY NO OTHER CAR OFFERS YOU BIGGER REASONS FOR BUYING IT • Exclusive styling shared by no other car • New SUPER-TORQUEV-8 engines on every model (J88 gnd 1^8 hprseppy/te'r) "-.' ' ; ' .•;!•* '—' ' • 4-barrel vacuum carburetor on every : ;niodela^no extra cost; <y« ••Dual exhausts at no extra cost on all A\pntclairs arjd Montereys • Ball-joint front-wheel suspension V • Anti-fouling high-compression spark plugs • Consistently highest resale value in its field, according to authoritative reports fLONDfl • T Aft, HERBERT IP vou DONT\ ' PUT ON YOUR TUXEOO I'LL TWIST ' FOOT OFF =A YOU'RE GOING TO TAKE ME •y CWefc OUT OUR WAY Actress ACROSS ; 1 Actress, Shelley . 8 She —. in • motion pictures 13 Small spaces , 14 Iroquoian Indians • 15 Legal point ,' 16 Evergreen ! 17 Large spoon .18 Pigpen 2 ow haunt 2i, uovernor of Algiers Answer to Previous Puzzlt "Sy J. fc, DOWN Bi3raEss!S8S[3rani3giiiH 1 Armed" conflict |, |r| g j?JTJNffljfcjgbLrfj 2 Angers i~i-i..i-ii-i—i,..i-h-M. ill. 3 Bird's home 4 Preposition 5 Sprite 6 Incursions 7 Withered 8 Selection <ab.) 9 Barter 31'TlssUe . 46 Desolate 10 Assistant .32 Mohammedan 47 Wifhiri (cbmb •H Depend . priest form) ,n Compass point 33 Essential bcing49 Above • 19 Shouts .36 Ahead of time 51 Arabian gulf 3R:t9rt n rfi_:.*l ..«»-* • • .• - * 21 Nostrils 24 Bone ...(.,. L..J ^n DUIJC 23 Goddess of the 26 Carmine ' SBRooffinial ^Encounter .Sp.Gaseous 53 Short-napped _ __ _„ ^^..^.j,,,^ , cl6ni6nt 'fahri/* ?.M'i,r^.-gf n ^S'""-»^;««««,«|«««™. > «<•> Es^sJSt:: r 31 Bind ' 34 Seed covering 35 Ransoms 37 Concur 40 Exclamation 4) Female sheep 42 Footlike part 43 Form 44R'.ver (Sp.) i 45 Mountain pass 46 Hawaiian } . wreath , 43 Corrective'of neither 50 Sweet potato ' 53 Musical composition 55 Anatomical duct E7 English river 59 Tennyson's sailor hero 60.Dinner courses i 62 Sleeping noise 63 Takes i))y 59 fct I5E PUTT|M ' IT BACK;/ 9 U KIW TAK ^ DE COST VOUf? ROAP y 6BfiTR\P FOR SUPPLIES OUT MdT tOWO OFF MDKE INCOMETAX-- DB MORE 1 KIM TAKE J& OFF/ ^^z*mr?./ mnm.<-&7..' y rs THE REGULATORS. ' '•"»?• ••J* lt S'" With Maior Hooole 3 CARNIVAL •y Dick Turner VJHDT IS IT H.E'5 you M AVE TO CREDIT Tj- Boy WITH £COOP- IN6 UP A. BAD COAMNS COCOOM -H1T T ,M G SCIENTIFIC FUMSOE6 FOR YeAf?6, HE WHEELS^ P^ALLY WHEEL6y/ HA'S.TASSEt3 OME THAT 60S6 .-•ON-THE ' You KNOW? ABOUT A5 ABOUT CIGAR INDIAN/ THAT E\J TWISSS AS A -SL'AIW.' 16 SNINS JAKE BUSINESS By Henhbergar , _rirJ6.p«pft. . •' ^. r ^Cy. 1»»strKt».3^f>l»?-lnc., ' "Certainly has a mind of his own, doesn't he? Too bad , they cab!t bejbornAlready married!" GLANCES By Galbrairii ^FOR FUTURE STYLING, SUPER POWER Don't ml s « the big television hit, id Sullivan's "TOAST OF THE TOWN," Sunday evening, 7:00 to 8:00, Station KCMC-TV, Channel 6. THE TRADING POST 111 S. Uurol YfMr Umeoln-Mtrcpry D«pltr Hopt, Ark. "Dp you suppose he busted a lamp, too? 1 !,',.; „ . «v Nadin. Selr.r "lt'» o wtttf of tim» Uking th«m to the ., w .,.^^ k«p. waking m« up fpr popcorn «n<l otnrfy b»r||" £ AJ> t A n • A i OZA*K IKt x AISIP PlCTURe 1 TOOk Cft THIS A IN L6FTV WA\0AU. <AINT 6ONNA WASH TUBES /V&HOREWE HBMt LOUP CLIFF THAT rvl Z UMLIGHTBD •'.: ;,~ :-r : TT^^ . .' < .; I 'VW * «j*i| MBHHBM^^Mft ^"^""^^ ——— -*- ' - - - , t . t 1 - .*.*• T. 100TS AND HER BUDDIES BU65 FUNNY i >t , i. wVjjf"? 'DAY'S' Y NODOySH, 5ALES.'. A NO SHO'ESHINB STAND'' SVLVE*tiR THAT'LL 86 BUCK/ ALLEY OOP ANY. ,. . , .SENSE W/\LK'iW'WHEN LESSEE, NQW.^ .^vIlVlE G(3T A BIG, THIS )S ABOUT WHERE ) UKJEMPLOVEP OL' DlNNV U5EP ID /OL DINOSAUR 5PENP HIS TIME... ^OMEV^HERE WELL, I GUE6S- I MIGHT A£ WELL TAKE, (T EA5Y TILL aJMnMfl*4NP'A^~ ' ^'^ W ',-(. <:^^y ^"^~ '^ =*- fantnxx «»«tni»,x t itib, n tfMxi. VPISCJLLA'S POP AH, REVEREND ) (YES) I JUST >• WEEMS.' </RODE THE YOU LOOK ) (BUS FROM • TIRED) »-^ TlTOW^J^ 4-26 \VF5ZV. t ^ OH, I KNQWi WHY, TA&ES A YEAR. ONITS MK6 JUST H RIDR ON4TMeM} IP •»$£&(! «* ™M- THE in PUT Of MAITHA WAYNI THAT YOU Mretwe ACTUAL AUTHOR OP

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