Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 27, 1955 · Page 12
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All. AWIANCI 210 E. 3rd 7-2909 HOM STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ft Hi UMlt Hlfthfriy tf WMt i ^ LUCK'S Wit) FU«NITUM CO, 1 In* <rt 6tty Urttrte W*tt M a*lt«* Water BtrMM »w» Mill H00* AHi. , WANTED TO JOY Mtn's Used Sheet HIAVES' BARGAIN HOUSE *, ACCOM from Post Office « f BIG DISCOUNT on FLOOR MODELS REPOSSESSED TREADLE SINGER SEWING CENTER ".IPt South Elm Phone 7-5840 Wtt NEED LUMBER? Dimension, Siding, 848, flooring, 10"-1fi«. Rough boxing. C. B, WADDLE LBR. CO. „.,„ Highway 4 East fc , Phones 7-3250 or 7-4974 For Low Cost Insurance Buy ... "STATE FARM MUTUAL Contact ' HORACE HUBBARD 212 Er16th Phone 7-2436 Fridoy, May 27, 1955 CLASSIFIED Arfo Mutt •< in Orlic* bay •ttofa Publicise* WANT AD RATtS All Want Aft Oft payable In WvSnt* taut ttd* will b«, Occtpted 6Ver th« ' fsfefchoh* <jn<J (j^fomoda- tiort occoutiht allowed With th* uH- der»tahdifio .tH* atcdunt li boydble when'itaterhent h'rehttortd. Of Word* Threo to 25 24 ta 40 H to 3s to 40 TO 45 to SO Shi t>qyi T.50 2.00 2.50 9.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 6.00 On* 4.50 ^ .SO 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15,00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY • tirn* ........................ >5c per 8 timw, ........................ «oe p«r inch 6 tlmei ,..,„..,.., ............ SOe p«r Ihch • Mattk quoted obov* or* for ten- MCUtivo Insertion*. Irregular er ikliM dote odi wi|l tak« the one-day rut*. All daily classified 'Octverflslnfl copy will be accepted until S p. m. & publication th«. following day. The publisher* reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered tot publication: and to reject any objectionable odvtrtljlng . «ub- mltted Initial! of" one or more letten. groups or figures such at Kous* of telephone numbers count. at one word. The Hope Star will hot be respbn- ilble;for errors, In Want Ads unlisi errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion of ad and 'then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Political the Star la authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office Subject to the action of tha Democratic primary election!: Mayor* B. L. fcfc-ffto H, M. (OLIE) OLSOM _ TALBOT. FEILD. JR. Real Estate for Sato WE SELL —we tent — we buy Heal Estate. FRANKLIN COMPANY - . May 9-1 Mo. for Rent IX room .unfurnished house. 812 West 4th. $35 a month. Dial 72247. 10-tf BEAUJIF,Uli ...two bedroom house. Hafdwood ftoors. Attic fan, floor furnace, Venetian blinds, plenty closets, and built-ins. One of the nicest In this section of town. FHA approved. 100' x 125' lot. Small down payment. Balance, low interest. FHA monthly payments. 607 North Elm. GREENING INSURANCE & REALTY CO, Real Estate,' Insurance, Loans. Phone 7-4061. ... 25^31 Pony League Schedule The Pony League schedule for next week includes the following games: May 30 Hope Auto vs. Hope Basket Hope Bldg. vs. First Nat'l June 1: i First Nat'l vs. Hope Auto Hope Basket vs. Hope Bldg. Fights Lost Night 6y The Associated Press Los Angeles — Carlos Chavc/., 142%, Los Angeles, outpointed Morris Leviege^ 142-, San Jose, 10. Austin, Tex. — Melvin Barker, 46, Austin, outpointed Danny Car- detias, 139, San Antonio, 10. Fresno, Calif. — Don Jose, 152, Stockton, outpointed Joe Garden' as, 1511/2, Los Angeles, 10. Brooklyn Chicago Vew York Milwaukee Cincinnati St. Louis j Philadelphia Pittsburgh May 24. Mrs. Lowe will attend the summer session at Philander Smih College. C. W. Faucette, Jr., of Little iRock is .visiting his parents. Mr. 'and Mrs. C. W. Faucette, Sr., rind other relatives. TWO Bedrobrn home, Close-in. PaVed street. $200 cash. Balance like rent Phone 7-4308. 25-3t Business For Lease MATTRESSES lUtaltt *r Made Into lnn«r*trta| . Work Guarantoi*^^ •*•» Ona Day Servlaa «•• DAVIS "** «f'Motfr«w Cfc ttraat k»hona 7-ttll CROWN WESTERN SHARES ' «f Diversified Income Fund Proipectua"available from M.S. BATES " 'vv AQENT •••;• •.-••-•"• Htp*. Ark. PhoneT-44M FURNISHED two room apartment, newly decorated. Garage. No children. Mrs. Judson, 220 N.' Elm; •..' i . 19-tf THREE ROOM house across from courthouse, 710 W, 4th. Mrs. Paul ' • ' 23-3t THREE unfurnished rooms '.Private bath. • $30, utilities paid. Phone 7-5583, 222 North Louisiana St. ' . 25-3t [THREE large furnished rooms, private toath, upstairs. 203 High St-, reeti ' 27-3t TOP'S SERVICE Hy «7 Wert of Hop. l.EtECTRIC ^WIELDING Done anywhere. Call lit. •M us for your Car, Truck, Tractor repairs. "W* are as near as your phone" DIAL 7-2767^ BEE-T-MITE Termite Control Service .Free Inspection Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG Service policy 109 South Main St. Phones 7-3445 or 7-2772 BEDROOM, private bath and prK vate -entrance. 319 North Elm. Phone 7-3391. ' ' 27-6t ONlE StJlkfiR SERVICE Station, 3rd •and Laurel'. • Reasonably priced.. See S. L. Murphy for details. ' Help Wanted WANTED —Experienced waitress Apply in Person. Mac's Restaurant, 409 E. Third or house next door. • • - ia-tf Wonted HOMES for kittens. Please contact Mrs. H. O. Kyler, Jr., Phone 7-3664. 25-3t Business Opportunities For Sol* SAND, Gravel, topsoll. fill dirt. Phons 7-4392. A. L. Park. 15-1 Mo. PERTILIZEB, amrnonia, an^ • rii- trate soda. Cheap for cash. J. W. Strickland.,. April 21-1 Mo. TWO. BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood .School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf CURRY'S Termite Control Co. ?V BONDED • INSURED I • GUARANTEED For Free Inspection coll A, D. Middlebrooki Jr, Phones 7-2822 or 7-3791 SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with, 2'/4 baths. Ideal for rooming house, 2 blocks from'town. Priced right. 521 South Main. W. H. Fincher, Phone 7-2209, May 10-1 Mo. TWO. FRAME homes, with acre- pgp, clpse-in. low d,own payment. SAMUELg REAL ESTATE Phone, '7-3768. May 17-1 Mo. $450 MONTHLY starting salary plus .bonus for an .executive-type- salesman to represent large National corporation. No. traveling., established resident, 27-45, mar-.' tied, ambitions, capable of, assuming responsibility. In recjuest-' ing interview please include brief personal History . and 4ejep'h,0ne. number. All replies held strictly confidential. Write Hope Star Box K. 27-lt JOHN (DEER 'tie baler,' side delivery rake ond . young horse. B. E, Green. Patrnos. ; 27-6t Services Offered UATTREBS renovation and Inner- •prlni work Cobb MattreM Co. 81« South Wublnftoo. Phoot M«r. 4-tf The By Helen Turner ^ • • Phone 7-5830 • Or bring items to Miss Turnsr • it Hicks Funeral H«mt Davis Chapel Methodist Church Closes Week's Drive The pastor and members ot Davis Chapel Church are grateful to the .many friends whose donations helped to make the recent Baby Contest a financial success. Babies taking part in the contest and amount raised were as follows: Vickie Davis, daughter of Pvt. Sylvester and (Mrs. Bosie Bra'ndon. $28.10; Silvia Hicks, daughter ot Pvt. and Mrs. Sylvester. Hicks $27.35. Sharyon Yolandre Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hezekiah Smith, $15.00. Monro.e Hardiman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Harirnan Jr,, $7:00. Total amount raised $78.35. Sponsors: Mr. Willie Brandon, $28.10; Mrs. .M. Z. Glien, $27.35; Mrs. ,J. 'M- Ja,cque, $15.00; vlonroe Hardiman, Jr., $7.00; Pastor: Rev J. I. Davis. NATIONAL LEAGUE w L f ct GB 28 9 .757 23 16 .5&0 8 21 IS .538 8 • 18 20 474 17 19 .472 10'/ 2 19 19 14 23 12 25 .457 11 .378 14 .324 18 Today's Schedule Brooklyn at New York —Erskine (6-1) vs. Maglie 4-3 Milwaukee at Chicago — Conley (G-l) vs Jones 5-4 Cincinnati at St. Louis—Colhim fl-0) vs Arroyo (4-0) Philadelphia at Pittsburgh—Wey meier 2-2) vs Littlefield (2-4) Birmingham .Memphis Nashville Mobile Little Rock 25 19 24 22 22 24 15 28 13 33 .568 .522 .473 .349 .283 16 Yesterday's Results New Orleans 5-3, Chattanooga 0-1 Mobile 11, Atlanta 6 Little Rock 12, Nashville 9 Today's Games Chattanooga at Atlanta Nashville at Birmingham . Memphis at Little Rock New Orleans at Mobile AMERICAN LEAGUE Perez and Costa Battle Tonight NEW'YORK Wl — A year ago —- „ Lulu Perez was sitting on. top of in gs snow Costa No. 6 and Pere the world, headed for a title shot No - 7 among Saddlers consternate latci leriger for Saddler. Bassett latel was beaten in another elimination match by Red Top Davis whj flunked his title test. The latest Ring magazine ratl Yesterday's Results Cincinnati 5; Milwaukee 4 ond game postponed, rain) Brooklyn G; Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 3; St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 3; , New York (sec- COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. .GB El Dorado 17 9" .640 Hot Sp'rings G)rccnville Monroe Pine Bluff Vicksburg \ 16 11 H 12 14 12 13 14 6 22 .593 .5138: ; .538 .481 3 ' 4i/, " .214 12 Yesterday's Results Greenville 4, Pine Bluff 2 .-. El Dorado. .^0, Vicksburg 1 Monroe . at Hot Springs, • (postponed, rain). Today's Games Monroe at Hot Springs Pine Bluff at- Greenville Vicksburg at El Dorado SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. 'GB Chattanooga Atlanta • New Orleans 29 19 .604 27 18 .600 25 17- -.595 New York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Kansas City Baltimore and a series of big money match, c-s. Tonight he finds himself fighting another local faTatherweight, Carmelo Costa, for the championship of Brooklyn, television money and little else. If 22-year-old Perez whips Costa at Madison Square Garden, he will move up in the 126-pound class. But another bout with champion Sandy Saddler, who knocked him out in four rounds. Jan. 17 in a W L Pet GBi no "- title scrap, packs little box office appeal. Costa, only 21, might graduate into a championship contests in another six months or so but he's 2C 12 23 14 22 14 21 1C 15 21 10 24 14 21 13 2G .685 .622 2',! .611 3 .568 4'.; .417 10 .400 11 not ready yot. Lulu's career took a turn for .333 131-2 the worst when he was stopped by Percy Bassett last June in a bout that was to have provided a chal- Today' Schedule New York at Baltimore —Ford (5-1) vs. Palica 2-4. Cleveland at Kansas, City — Wynn (4-1) vs. Kellner (4-1). Chicago at Detroit —Donovan (5-1) vs. Haeft 3-2. Washington at Boston — Porter field (5-4). v Brewer 0-G) Yesterday's Results New York 8-7; Washington 4-3 •Chicago 3-9) Cleveland 1-10 Baltimore 2, Boston 0. Detroit at Kansas City (postponed rain) \ •By The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Ljouisville 6; Charleston 3 (10 innings) Indianapolis 10; Toledo 0 Other games postponed going into tonight's 10-round mat at-8 p. m. -(CST>. The show the customary radio and (NBC) coverage. BIG WORDS WASHINGTON (UP) — Repl Jamie L. Whitten D-Miss yesterl day attacked Secretary of 'Agrlcull ture Ezra T. Benson's handling of Ihe farm program during a debatf on a bill to provide bread needy families. The outburst prompted Rep. Dar iel J. F'lood (D-Pa) to complai that the House would get into farm debate even if the pending issue were "the episternologiCal probability of teleological agnostif Flood didn't explairi what meant. TEXAS LEAGUE Beaumont 9; Dallas 8 Shreveport 8; Fort Worth 5 San Antonio 5; Tulsa 4 Oklahoma City 6; Houston 1 'WESTERN LEAGUE •Wichita 17; Des Moines 5 'Other games postponed. BIG 12 This Coupon Worth At Crescent Drug Store Sign coupon, present to Crescent Drug Store receive $1.29 bottle of BIG 12 medicine FREE with purchase of $2.00 bottle. This offer is for ADULTS only and is limited to one coupon per person. Name ... Address CRESCENT DRUG STORE RALPH Montfornery Market, GUI. torn tlaufhUning, Pboifi 7-3391, 10-1 Mo. MOVING? Long Distance Moving. : .AU Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott T.ransfer and storage Inc. Pres. ipptt, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf PIANOS TUNED, repaired; rebuilt, .Wprkrnanship guaranteed. Write H. B; Woosley, J>rescoU, Ai'k. , 19-et Hope Star •»•» •» Hw.HH; ff«« 1M» Ct«MlM«t«4 JoiiM«ry II, |f]f d every weekday afternoon by HOUSiE "moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Ppescott, Phone 848-Kll. May 23-lMo. WATCH and Jewelry Repair. Let Keith's time your watch electrically for accuracy! KEITH JEW- STORE. 24-61 . At the church conference at Sf. Luke, Sheppard, last .Saturday night, we had to postpone the teaming down of the building and, rebuilding .because of .the -scarcity'of cement, which can hardly be bought. But we plan to work on raising funds so that when we decide to tear down we will be better prepared financially. We are glad to. note that Mr. Hill; is Improving, we hope for him a speedy recovery. • A few weeks ago the King HJram Consistory of Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonary for the Southern'and Western Masonic Jurisdiction, with Headquarters in Washington, O. C. was organised here thrpugh one of the Grand Officers with, the following officers as part of the Consistory Commander in Chief; John W. Walker ; • Roosevelt McFadden, First Lieutenant; Simon Oeloney, Second Lieutenant; Henry Trent, Minister of,State; Emanuel N, Glover Grand Secretary, ncrease capacities! j'SS Ford Trucks Increase GVW ratings as much as one ton in "2-ton" and bigger models. And only Ford offers gas-saving v Short Stroke power In every model throughout the line! , NOW % TON MORE GVW—Economy champ in its class, Ford F-700 \ is now rated at 21,000 Ibs. GVW with heavy-duty rear springs. 140- •vh.p. Short Stroke V-8. Single or electric-shift 2-speed rear axle.. NOW % TON MORE GVW—Ford Series F-750 now has GVW upped • to 21,000 Iba. when equipped with heavy-duty rear springs. 152-h.p. Short Stroke V-8 engine. Power Steering available at low extra coat. . *•*• '«lm«r, Preildent «, M. W«iM>urn, Itcy^T , »t Tht Star • H IWIni »1»-14 foHrh Walnut HOP*, Arkaniet M. W«ibhMr*, IdJtor k ,„ Janet, Managing [dltor Paris, Advtrtislng " M»«h. ai fccond closi morttr *t « ofHn. »v H9W, A.k..Hi •JM Act »f March $, Uf7. RP*« {pqyabla In gd^ . vane*):' In HPM and n»l 9 hboflnfl - : MOWING AND ODD jobs around town or farm. Has own equipment. 7-4013. 26-31 There will 'be a wiener roast at the home of Mrs. Persie Turner's Saturday night, May 28, sponsored by the senior choir. The public is invited. Funeral Directors QAKCREST Funeral Komt, Insurance , . . Ambulance. 2nd t Ha- Wl. ,. Phwe 7-8123, J3-1 Mo. HEBNDON-CORNEUU8 Funeral Home *nd Burial Allocation. Prpmpt Ambulance Service. 93-1 Mo. Awnings The Silver Swan Singers of Kansas City, Kan,, will give a musical program at the Antjoch Baptist Church Sunday, May 29, sponsored by the Missionary society. The public is invited. There will be a bus leaving Saturday, May 29, for Narrows Dam. The bus will leave Mt. Zion CME Church at 8 o'clock and BeeBee Memorial OME Church at 7:30 a 17), .Admission is 75 cents. ,-,••• v 13-00 „,, in HtmpMMd, N«vod«, i, Hpword, ond Milfer coun- Canvas Awnings and metal awn- Jngs. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPKR-HLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper HIS Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 •Ttxarkana, Tex. _^ May H-J MO. than 200 kinds of birds have been seen in the 'Shenandoah National Park. Mrs. Mary Johnson had as weekend guest Mrs. Lela Hurt of Dallas. T«x., un<j Mrs. Qeruiie J. Shol- ton and granddaughter, Linda Lynn of Little Rock. NOW 1 TON MORE GVW—Ford P-600 "2-tonner" has GVW boosted • ; to 18,000 Ibs, when equipped wjth heavy-duty rear axle, heavy-duty springs, 6-stucl wheels, and 140-h.p. Short Stroke V-8 engine. NOW 1 TON MORE GVW—Sales leader in its weight class, Fojrd F-800 now has GVW increased to 24,000 Ibs. with heavy-duty rear springe. 170-h.p. Short Stroke V-8. Power Steering optional, low extra coat. | SHCIA1. CLOSE OUT J GROUPS OF Sf AT COVIRS (UHOMA^jffcji sumr Miss Charlie Brandon, daughter ot Mr, and Mrs. Willie L. Bran* don is home for the summer, Miss Brandon has received her B. S, degree in Elementary Education at A. M. and N. College Pine Blutt. Arkansas. She was a member of the F. 'X'. A. and Sigma G arums Rho Sorority. Mrs. Willie L. Brandon and Mrs. Elnpra Brandon spent the week-end et A- p. and N. col, lege where they witness the jjrud- wetioa exercises. Mrs. Ester L. Wcks 9114 Mr». W. C. Lowe attended the Com* mgncement exercj>«e» lit NOW 1 TON MORE OVW—Ford T-SOQ twiwitem V* J*M 42,QOQ (h*. { GVW. 170-h.p. Short Stroke V-8. Jl,OOQ-Jh..«roflt akle av^Uabie. In; creased capacities also apply to corresponding Oab Forward model*. the _ • „ ,. T ..V-» Short-stroke engine design is revolutionizing the truck industry. Up to 53% greater piston ring life! Gas sayings to one gallon in sevtnJ ONLY FORD has a Short Stroke engine in **ry truck, four V-iTt Economy Trucks HOPE AUTO CO. POtD MAIM PM OVII W YIAIf sllfi'MfJ 1 ^ "} ara32a***»*f*ffiiH:*SB m Friday, May 2f, 1955 ItAR, H .*v ¥•**• t$ <3^* ^ f ": '• ' • i • i ...- i - f • - • ; j '.••i • • < •H ' 4 .;•< 4 ! : : 'S t'S "; S c ;-s '•,5 ')•* •r .[ ' i ' \ World Travel ACROSS 1 Angeles, California 4 . . nf Hmr\ Hope « — — , Italy 12 Climbing plant 13 Operatic solo 14 Iridiahs 15 Males 16 Cheap eating places 18 Asiatic 20 Hindu social ., class 11 Firearm !2 Jewel 24 Scent !6 GlaClal ridges 17 Ocean 10 Recover J2 Slanted type :4 Intimidates 5 Horseman i Paul - — id Metal-bearing rock • 17 Pronoun )9 Individuals 10 Tardy 1 Accomplished 2 Invigorating • 15 Cautious 9€6py 1 Fish eggs 2 Narrow board 3 Poker stake < Worm 5 Gaelic 6 Golf mounds DOWN 1 , Peru B 2 Above 3 Temple 4 Uncle Tom's home 5 Hegion 6 Musical instruments 7 Bring forth young 8 Rustic 9 Elevator inventor • 10 Encounter 11 Essential being ' 17 Card game 19 Russian windstorm 23 Couples 24 Religious' bool 1 12 ! 5 i» 2 24 30 W !b '£. 3 /I HI W W 55 10 il 1? ^ W Answer L. f 1 L N E A C E T 1 R p e S A A T L. V S K. - e = p 7 E • R E N T E E = S SJ A ! | O N s> N S to Previous Puzzle A T T t= Cf T E P C / A H ^C K- . O ; r C? % p= ^ A '• ••v-2 i5 0 1 R V A ^ i_ /= S T /\ A •> E ' 'K '. e ':. E .-, T : ; S i M - E J N J T s E R 5 f fc= A U t= P B 1 ;>^ A E K 1 A L. O R A, A J f< ' 1 1 V E E C T f A 1 R C P * O 1 N « 5 S \ N r e • s •> t • E > C ". H - o '. fe 25 Beloved 40 Supple 26 Attack 41 Sand hills 27 Slimmer 42 Baked clay 2'8 Ireland 43 Persian poet 29 Playing cards 44 Insect eggs 31 , New 46 Repetition York 47 Organ of smell 33 Shun . 48 Try ?38 Mourn 50 Make lace * 3 y tfr 3l 7 5 H & W, W W 5fo b to ^ W' 38 1)5 7 ^ ^ /i 3Z 35 ^ Ufc 17 io W'< 41 8 14 P si # 9 10 II i!7 bl 54 57 28- # K? 17 CARNIVAL •y Oick Twrnw Copr. 1955 by HEX Sink*, kio, V. M. R.j. O. s. ftt Oft "Every day for 15 years I've worn a white carnatibi ,1 my lapel—and then this morning something snapped!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbrolrb 'W» can't come over"to.nightr^-i'v« called eight baby _^ sitters and they've all got headach.e«!'~ . U>l£i. > .»« OH. BOX I NEVER' BH1 ^' THOUGHT THE DAY WOULD) COM£ WHEN rD BE ,—^ GLAD TO HEAP? THE ) /M ARM GO OFF ?-/ ^^-^ . |1 OUT OUR WAY By J. H. LET THIS ^ LITTLE PiLL HERE, H. PISSOLVE . OUICK.'A\ OM YOUR. -> T0AS.FDOM TONJSUE OF THIS. J AND IT'LL £>MA'P YOU EIGHT OUT OF IT.' HERE, TWO OF THESE- WILL STOP THAT DIZZY SPELL AT ONCE.' TH' BOYS. NEVER LET OME <5ET TH' BEST OF THE OTHERIM DOIM 1 A FAVOR: FOR TH 1 OLD MAM, DO THEY? YEH, AND HE'LL TAKE ALL O 1 THEM, AND ALL. THATS WROMG \e> THUMB MARKS' ON HIS GLASSES.' HE'S BEENJ CURED Cf EVERVTHINS WITH THEM GLASSES/y WILL CLEAR i THAT RIGHT UP. THE POCKET POCTORS OUR BOARDING MOUSf With Major Hoople WORD, PIKE/ CA^>T A ^TEAISnT MAW, BUT 80L& \6 Like TriAT£3F A SP5AR CARRIEC.OB A MAID WITH A FEATHEf. ISi(5 FOUR MONTHS/" I ^AY, BUSINESS By Hei-thbergcr ! Frankly I think there's going to tie a lot of extra tim* •' ( On this inh!" ' on this job!'^ «V/CETIF PIE By Nodinc OZA1K IKI OZAKK /K£ M YOU'VE C6ME SPECIAL JUST h TO SEE ME. 1 I OON't KNOW. WVtATTOSAVf SHUCKS. WILLX VOU DON'T HAVE T 1 SAY MutHlN 1 SPECIAL/ YOUR JUS 1 6EIN' TH' BES' EASE&ALL HAD , IS ENOUGH/ I'MJSONNA BE WELL STRONG ACSA1N VIC FLINT •y Michwl O'Mollcy dud VVITNE55 R056 TREVOR SEEM- L£L wsi&ifsj^ wRA3ma&4K>i« «rm WASHTUBBS By Uili« i*.-- 1 -.*'ti! ' GREAT SCOTT...} HOW ARE. YOU, THE GIRL. OW WldW.THISIfi \TH6PLWOEl J I'M SO OUVD YOIJ IF YOU'LL EXCUSEViBX>THWOK6,-\REeDY.WOULPI III. RUN SLIP WTO { 1,,,1'M QUITE UWE »J THfe _ .,„, ...» ,,-.. »ORft VCOWPORTA&I.B.JWOST o«fc6Ti.y L HOPE TO && MOKE"Ot !: vou?WHit COMFORTABLE. SAY, VOU LOOK WARM, ,6r ? f i ;WURCOKr?> ^ SPORT SHIRTS IF.rOttTHllAll VOLVR6 AND HER BUDDIES BUGS »UNNY RF -^ < 5SL___ fciiM ^il^(te?P!*ipw-». .•W;-^-.-.* 1 -'^ : >^»{.--\r'- ; -';';i. i . ; :.. ;: .r^^|^|p LAZY FELINE, DUST'OFP THAT HOME PLATEJ T DON'T WANT VA CALLIN' NO BUM ONES r -;.'•!.•-'- -.'',"''7•'••'."•'••••':• , : 'i^^! : i-*•"l/:^i^i:i7^f?:* ; S 1 3|fp - • . •c;-'-.;>-'- ? -fy^;:^^y^j;f^^^^^ ALLEY OOP ^ YG0T ME, ^J COULD THAT BE OLP „ ':;•.: "~: , Jz^upr-ERiNG. GOOD ^VAME FROM OVER )SOME FIENDISH/ WE'RE MEAVEN&, )THEf?E...60UNPEI>,/ TORTURE AT / fiONMA WHAT WAS /LIKE ASOJL IN /THE HANDS OF.t FINP : ..THAT? , L TORMENT/ S-2^ THAT MAD PR.••LOUT/ ^COTT? +'ms , RICHARD DIDN'T (CARE ABOUT ME-..AUL ME CARED ABOUT HOLLYHOCK'S CANDY.', TELL YOU. JENNY LU, BOYS ARE JUST PLAIN. SELFISH AND NO GOOD! to THE STQRY OF MARTHA WAYNf "I »jwayi thoMght they kept the cow bao,H hjrtI' 1 <.»».!> ' HAS &£ , -v >1 ~s : " jjl Lt-^'dm' »4I - iifl,ff*w, *4Mf^* r » l*( »^ f ^'tf^i *<ty * Wktybl ^ &<tW $»&,$ j||

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