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SID SEWING MACHINES $22,50 Up I^NGGINfilt fttFfclGEftATlON arid *" S A S CLASSIFIED AUt Mutt Be In Office Day Before Publication Political WANT AD RATES All Wont Ad* ore (rayobla In ewvonc« bui ads will ui . occepted ever the telephone end ocebmoda- tioh occounti allowed with the un. derttanding .Ihe account is payable When-ftofernent li" rendered. (M< I. Uftk Hlfthwty tf Weftt LUCK'S v USID FURNITURE CO. •dte of City Limit* Wett N Oallon Water Barrele for tele Phone >48« Hope, Ark. .Mumber 01 Word* Up to 15 16 to 20 i\ to 25 26 to 30 WANTED TO BUY . Men's Used Shoes REAVES' BARGAIN HOUSE Accost .from Post Office to 35 to 50 One Ssr -.60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1,35 1.50 Three Days .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 Z.tO 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 .On Mbn* 4.5 6.0C 7.5 9.0 10.5' 12.0' 13.51 IS.Oi CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ' DO YOU NEED LUMBER? Dimension, Siding, S4S, flooring, 10'V)2" Rough boxing. C. B. WADDLE LBR. CO. High way'4 East Phones 7«3250 or 7-4974 For Low Cost Insurance Buy ... .STATE FARM MUTUAL y ' ..,.••'•' Contact . HORACE HUBBARD i 812 E. 16th Phone 7-2436 .... ......... . ..... ... '75c per Inch 3 times . ............... . ....... 60c per inch O time* .... .................... soc per inch ftotes quoted above are for con- •ecutive insertions. Irregular or skio- ddte ads will take the one-day rote. All dally classified advertising copy will be occepted until 5 p. m. tor publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to rtvis* or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reiect ony objectionable odvertisino submitted Initials of one or more letters, ;groups or figures such as house or .telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will hot be respon- tlble for errors In Want Ads unless errors ore called to our attention qfter FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent FURNISHED two room apartment, newly .decorated. .Garage. No children. Mrs. Judson, 220 N. Elm. v ' ' ' 19-tf. Announcement The Star Is authorized to Announce that the following tfre candidates for public 'office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections:. For Mayor B. L. fcETTlG H. M. (OLIE) OLSON •' TALBOT FEILD, JR. Ploin Deolng Here Wednesday Night Plain Dealing, Louisiana's base mall team will play here Wednes day night instead of Friday as ori ginally announced. The game wil start at 8 o'clock in "Legion field. Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf Help Wonted WANTED — Experienced waitress. Apply in Person. Mac's Restaurant, 409 E. Third or house .next door. 16-tf WANTED at once. Rawleigh dealer in South Hempstead County, or Hope. See Sales manager, to day or write. P. O. Box 2407, De- Sotp Station, Memphis, Tenn., 4KE-64MP. .30-21 Rawlcigh's Dcpt. •Memphis, Tenn. Bierne Loses to Legion Team 5-1 The Hope Legionnaires Jcept- their Winning streak going as they downed the Bierne nine 5-1 last night in Legion Park. This was Hope's third straight-victory. After four scoreless innings the Legionnaires put together singles by W. .Gunter, Johnson, Filogamo and Beasley to produce 2 runs ' Hope got the rest of their 'runs in the seventh on a base on balls and back to beck singles by Johnson and Filogamo. Bierne picked up their single tally in the ninth on a single by Webb and a double by Inlow, combined with a wild pitch. _ Joe Barrentine, the winning hur- ley, gave up 1 run on 6 hits walked 3 and fanned 11. Bratton who was charged with the loss, gave un 5 runs on 7 hits, struck' out 8 while walking 11. Bryant, relief in seventh give up no runs, 3 hits, and fan- .Tuesday,.May 31, .1955' SOUTHfeftN TfeSOCIATIC-N W L Pet. GB 32 21 .604 29 21 .580 IK 26 19 .578 2 ' 27 22 .551 3 26 22 .542 ••&/. 25 25 .500 Chattanoga Atlanta . w Orleans vTemphis' Sirmingham Nashville Mobile ,ittle Rdok 17 29 .370 lli'i 13 36 .265 17 " Yesterday's Results Chattanoga 6, Atlanta 4 Nashville 5, Birmingham 4 Memphis 5, New Orleans 4 Mobile 8, Little Rock 7 Today's Games Birmingham at Atlanta Little Rock at . Mobile Memphis at New Orleans (Only games scheduled) Bob Sweikert Winner at Indianapolis By DALE BURGESS INDIANAPOLIS I/P) — Curly- iJiired, boyish Bob Sweikert. of Indianapolis, will pick upa check of about $75,000 at the 500-mile iuto race victory dinner tonight| md somebody will accept at least "7,500 for Bill Vukovich's widow. Vukovich, an intense little Slovc- lian mechanic from Fresno, Calif vas driving in his fourth straight Mrs. R. A. Hicks. arfd relatives Alfnoso Moses has returned; t Pensocola. Fla.. after spending se veral days visilinf his parents)'. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Moses. Sr. NATIONAL WAN to do custom work with a one row tractor. Contact Hunt's Red L;ike Store. 30-3t MATTRESSES — One Pay Servle* >M » DAVIS ,'. fmnttmn ft Mottrrti Cfc lit t. Kirn Strait Phene 7-M1I CROWN WESTERN SHARES '*"* «f Diversified Income Funtf "I J»rwpectui available from iV^.S. BATES THREE large furnished rooms, pri- 1 vate bath, upstairs. 203-High'St- reet. 27-3t BEDROOM, private bath and prN vate entrance. 319 North Elm. Phone, 7-3391. 27-6t I SETTLED LADY foit permanent saleswork. Give age, experience and references. Address to Box 125, Hope, Ark. 3Q-3t Wanted Ark. Phona 7-44M „ m TOPS SERVICE •• • H y 67 Weet of Hop. ELECTRIC _ WELDING r IDone anywhere. Call ue. '" "-»,ue for your,Car, Truck, Tractor repairs, i ire as near as your phone" 'DIAL 7-2767 3 .ROOM furnished garage apartment. Available .June 1st.'Phone 7-2205. 30-3t For Sale SAND, Gravel, topsoll, fill dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. AGENTS to sell hospitalization co- verage'in Hempstead county.,Can furnish plenty of leads. Will give restricted county .to right man. Must-own-automobile, be bondable, have at least high school education, have desire to earn better than $400.00 per 'month Write P. O. Box 195G, Little Rock, Arkansas. 30-3t ncd 1. . Hope j W. H. Gunter, li Nix, 2b-lf Johnson, ss ... Filogamo, cf Beasley, Ib jj B. Gunter, 3b Griffin, rf .... White, 2b (7) Duke, c Barrentine, p .... R H 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Brooklyn Chicago New York • Milwaukee St. Louis ' Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 32 10 '.762 27 17 23 21 21 22 13 22' 18 23 18 24 12 30 .614 6 .523 10 .488 11'; .450 13 " .439 13Vi .429 14' .286 20 Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 8-8, Pittsburgh 4-3 New York 6-1, Philadelphia 5-8 Chicago 9-4, St. Louis 5-3 Milwaukee 7-8, Cincinnati 6-4 Memorial Day race when he died in! flaming wreck that look five •ars Out of the race yesterday. He won 50 .of .the first 56 laps >efore he died, at $150 a lap. .There were seven casualties in ie bloodiest Memorial Day racei ince 1930. Seven cars smashed upi n a single 'accident, The wrecks! brought the winning speed down to J28.209 miles an hour, compared! with Vukovich's record 130.H4 set last year. Vuky had escaped injury late in the 1952 race when his steerin? failed and Troy Buttman came nni to win. He won'in 1953 and 1954,' and was going after the first' three-in-a-row scries in the Speed-' way's history. " ! Walt Faulkner, of Long Beach, Calif., long-time competitor against vukovich, unknowingly pronounced his memorial before the race Mrs. Helen Pickett. Mrs. > Dori Yorgc'r and Mrs. Mildred Qoldsb; [have returned to their horrie in 'Fort Wa.vne, Ind., after, sptending several days visiting relatives and friends. Accompanied thtfm, back was Oscar McPherson. Rev. Willard Leak, pastor'of Be the! AME Church is conducting a revival in Tulsa, Oklahoma. • Frierson has received her B. derec in Elementary Education A. M. & N. College. EXCESS FINGERS OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., (UP) —Police had to use a little .'ingenuity yesterday when they ficig- orprintcd Oran Telford, 54. He has six fingers on either hand. Authorities solved the probletn by printing one finger on the back of a card. P. S. He also has 12 toes. y, May 31, 1955 BLONDlt ft 6 f ft if A t . ft 0 M i A * 1 AH • A I ^ •^ • Experienced • Mechanics New & Used PARTS EXTRA SPECIAL! SAVE Regular Gal. Extra Gal. WYI IP WW 5 Hal is Gloss & Salvage Co. Weit 3rd Street OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 26.9 MRS. MUFTy SAYS , HER HUSBAND MAS TAKEN H£R OUT • ' DANCING EVERy NIGHT SINCE' • THEY'VE BEEN MARRIED $®. AND SHE SAYS HE HASNT FAILSP il ONE NIGHT TO HELP HER WITH THE DISHES SHE SAYS HE BRINGS HEfJ A GIFT EVERY EVENtNG CANPV OR FLOWERS OR SOMETHING tin •' s lt Orchestra Leader Answer to Previous ACROSS 1 Orchestra 64 Termini 65 Foreign agent 66 To be (Fr.) Today's Games Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (night) Philadelphia at New York night) (Only Games Scheduled) Totals Bierne Shaver, cf Sutton, ss . btweil, TWO .BEDROOM home 1V 2 block from Brpokwood School at' 819 East 5th.. Call 7-5574. 28-tf SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with 2% baths. Ideal for rooming house, 2 blocks from town. Priced ...right. ,521 South Main. W. H. Fin- -cher, Phone.7-2209;-May 10-l"Mo. BEE-T-MITE Tfrmite Control Seryic* Free Inspection Owned & Operated by GUY GRIGG Service policy ' 3 , . ,109 South Main St. Phones 7-3445 or 7-2772 JOHN (DEER tie baler, side delivery rak'e 'and young horse. 'B. -E. Green. Patmos. 27-6t TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL, ESTATE Phone 7-3766. May 17-1 Mo. Fights Last Night By The Associated Press \ j Tokyo — World flyweight' cham pion Pascual Perez, 108%. vAijgen tma, stopped Voshio Shi'rai,' niV, Japan, 5 .(title .bout) '.' . \ '•. ~ New York — Gene Poirier v , 4 Niagara Falls, N. Y., stopped-Mj guel Diz, 146'/ 2 , .Cuba, :4. .\ AIvUMINUM Boat and outboard motor. See Odis Harvey at Dia- 30-3t STOLEN WATCH j ONEIDA, Wis., (UP) — EarllVan Dwall planned to surprise his/wife with a wrist watch on their wedding anniversary. He hid it in his garage so she wouldn't find it. But it was Van Dwall who was surprised. The watch was stolen Legal Notice OVERHEAD garage door, 9 by' 7 feel, all metal. Contact Norman Moore. 30-3t ANDERSON Cemetery shed will be sold Saturday evening at 3 p. -m. on June 4lh. The money will be used for the upkeep of the cemetery. 30-lt f^JT" F CURRY'S formite Control Co. BONDED INSURED | • GUARANTEED For Free Inspection A, D, Middlebrook J Jr. |Phones 7-2822 or 7-3791 P*^yy-» ' t, ^^^^^^^^^***^^*MI to Hope Star Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner- •pring work- Cobb Mattress Co. 318 South Wuhlnffton. Phone Mar. *-tf RALPH Montgomery Market. Custom flaughterlng. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. No. 7747 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead.County, Ark LERONE C. BRONSON ....Plaintiff vs. * MARTHA BRONSON .... Defendant WARNING ORDER The defendant, MARTHA BRONSON warned to appear in this court within thirty days arid answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, LERONE C. BRONSON. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 9 day of May 1955 Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) Weisenberger & Wilson, Att'y for Plaintiff Pat Casey, Attorney ad Litem May 10, 17, 24, 31 Bryant, If, p '4 0 Fullerton, Ib '." 3 0 G. Inlow, 3b .... 3 i Webb, 2b ,..ZZ.';.'.' 4 0 Dugan,- c ......'"'.4 o Bratton, p '. 3 0 p. Inlow, .If (7) ".""'.^ 1 o Totals 27 5 8 AB R H ..402 .3 0 0 400 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 33 More View Sports Than Last Year NEW YORK ifft— Ho'rsV racing crowds -poured $20,492,352'.'through Ihe .mutuels of 12 major tracks yesterday more than a rr»illion and a half dollars over last-';Memorial Day's handle. . . ' ; Baseball's eight major' league doubleheaders lured crowds of 194,448 for the two leagues. The American League, led by Chicago, vhich pulled in 40,645 for its twin Jill with .Cleveland; played to 01,937 spectators. The National League had-92,511 fans at its games. The two-league total represented n. increase of about 40,000 over ast year. Now York Cleveland Chicago Detroit Boston Washington Kansas City Baltimore AMERICAN: LEAGUE W L Pet. GB 30 13 .698 26 15 .634 3 25 i6 .610 4 22 20 19 2C 17 24 .415 12 16 25 .390-13 ' 14 30 7'/3 .422 12- The Negro Community By Helen Turner _ , . Fhone 7-5S30 Or bring Items to Miss Turner at Hicks Funeral Home .318 Yesterday's Results Washington 3-3, New York 2^5 Baltimore 8-1, Boston 6-8 Kansas City 8-5, Detroit 6-4 Cleveland 9-0, Chicago 1-5 Today's .Games Baltimore at Cleveland (night) (Only Game Scheduled ' There will be a wiener roast at ihe'city park Tuesday night, May )1, sponsored by group No. 2 of BeeBee Memorial CME Church. R D. George, captain. Sylvester Hicks has returned to Camp Chaffee, Ark., after spending daughter, his -parents, Mr. and core MEAT VALUES FOR THUR, - FRI. - SAT. Swift's Delicious SLAB ACON We'll Slice It leader, Weston 5 He is of the top recording artists .8 He has many records 12 Gaelic 13 Footlike part 14 Bread spread 15 The dill 16 Evening .(poet.) 17 Year between 10 Forest 12 and 20 creature 18 List of officers 11 Eternities „_„,., 20 Anesthetics 19 Heroic poetry 38 Antennae 22 Mineral spring21 Golf mound 40 Allowance DOWN 1 Fruit 2 Italian river 3 Employs 4 Natives of Latvia 5 Surgeon 6 Born 7 Anglo-Saxon slaves 8 Cares for 9 Toward the sheltered side 32 Volcano'ih Sicily 35 Day of final judgment 25 Shield bearing 43 Pedal digit 26 Rounded mass 47 Former of medication Russian rulers 28 "Emerald Isle" 49 Barter 30 Things done 50 Location 31 Go by steamer 51,English . 'statesman '• 52 Peruse 54 Dismounted 55 Passage in Lb. COTTON STATES .LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Hot Springs . 18 13 .581 El Dorado 18 13 .531 Ireenville ' 17 13 .557 i/, Monroe 17 14 .548 1 'ine Bluff 15 16 .484 3 /icksburg 8 24 • .250 10'A AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 14-5; St. Paul 12-9 (second game 13 innings) Toledo 8; Charleston 4 second game postponed Indianapolis 9-0; Louisville 0-4' Denver 5-3; Omaha 2-7 Yesterday's Results. Greenville 11-3, El Dorado 4-2 Monroe 9, Pine Bluff 2 Hot Springs 4, Vicksburg 3 Today's Games Greenville at El (Dorado. ' Monroe at Pine?Bluff Hot Springs at-Vicksburg . TEXAS LEAGUE Fort Worth 3-6; Beaumont 0-1 Dallas 5; Shreveport 1 San Antonio 12; Oklahoma City Houston. 7; Tulsa 6 Legal Notice MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same, Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-tf PIANOS TUNED, repaired; rebuilt, workmanship guaranteed. Write H. D, Woosley, Prescott, Ark. 19-6t , HOM MM; Pr.ii if>y jHOUSE moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. Ma,y 23-1 Mo Funeral Director! , Arh«n>o« Funeral Home. Insur ance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. *, 41. • Worithorn, Editor * fuUhhir H- )«nn, Monoolm Iditor I ' W. H»tm«f, Jupt. • .. . " PWft «» Hop., ArkaitMt, - at Morth |, 107. Rotes /payobli In Y0n£9): In WOP* an* neighboring JHERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service Phone 7-5570 or 7-5505. 28-1 Mo. Awnings •».* ,,.*....,*.M.. 29 • ;-, 13.00 *$ HpwqrarflSjnaii^f^ ICanyas AwnJjigs and metal awn- Ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds. Rug Cleaning. COOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1815 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. _____^ May 14-1 Mo. JPHJ f §tot« for Sole NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY. ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 904 C. F. Routon, deceased Last known address of decedent' 700 East Second Street, Hope, Arkansas. Date of death: April 21, 1955 An instrument dated,Noember 1, 1944, was on the 23rd day of May, 1955, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has has been appointed executrix there- under. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within me time provided by law. | All persons having claims against the estate must exhjbit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within, six months from the daf.e of the first publication of this notice,'or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published 24 day of May, 1955. •MAUDE H. ROUTON \ (Executrix) Hope, Arkansas May 24, 31 VACATION TIME IS HERE SUPPLIES YOU WILL NEED. Kodak, Films, Thermos Bottle, Sun Tan Lotion, First Aid Supplies, Tooth Brush, Dentifrices, Toilet Articles, Flashlight, Snake Bite Kits, Chigger Lotion, Heat Powders, Bath Powders and many other needs LET US SUPPLY THEM. 102 W. 2nd WARD & SON DRUGGIST Phone 7-2292 5-2 WESTERN LEAGUE Pueblo 3-7; Des Moines 2-6 Lincoln 8-13; Colorado Springs Wichita 5-2; Sioux City 3-4 FRESH PORK iif Lb. SKINLESS WEINERS STEW MEAT PURE GR. BEEF 4 SWIFTS PURE PORK L.bs. 23 Observe 24 Diamond- cutter's cup 27 Follower 29 Expunge 33 Boundary (comb, form) 34 Stout string 36 Begone! 37 Spanish jar 39 Tumult 41 Important metal 42 Lease anew 44 Correlative of neither 45 Winglike part 46 Decay 48 Encountered 50 Succession of events 5Z Constricted 57 Notion 58 Augment 60 Singing voice 61 Duck 62 Narrow inlet 63 Food regimen 24 Portal for waste the brain 56 Carry (coll.) 59 Immerse 18 LL 33 Z5 50 35 H 10 55,. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner • Expert Repair Service—All Types • Home and Industrial Wiring • Installation—^Fixtures '& Outlets • 24-Hogr Service—Gal I,any time. ALLEN ELECTRIC CQ. 114 S. Elm Phone 7-2629 NESDAY DOOR BUSTER Wednesday is value day in Hope. Owen's Hope's largest store brings you Hope's biggest values. These prices are good for One Day Only . . . Wednesday, June 1, - LEO'S GARAGE - Sub-Dealer for FORD TRACTOR & PARTS "Our repair shop is as near ai your telephone" • $All$ • TRUCKS •' TRACTORS 9 IQUIfMENT ' Hartsfield -— Owner and 413 S, WALNUT PH< WE Hjj&i';*- we rent r- we buy Estate, COMPANY • May 9-1 Mo. SPECIAL CLOSE OUT JQBOUPSOF SIATCpVERS mil *t TRAIL WA Y$ DALLAS •RIO <S R A N D T V A 11 UTTUROCK $2,95 DALLAS . ...... $$,30 EL PAS0 .,.,,,., ^ SAN PIIQO.,.., Rcgel Birdseye DIAPE First quality, the very finest. Size 27x27 in cellophane package. Regular 2.79 value $1.65 Men's Sport SHIRT! Men look at this special buy! Skipdent and Plisse sport shirts. Regular 1.95 to 2.50 values 3f3 i $1.00 T. M. R«g, U. s. Pat Off. . Copr, 1955 by NEA Service, fnc i "Naw, he don't bite!.He gives tips!" Y " _k4 •--— SIDE GLANCES By Golbralth Cannon Nylon HOSI Wednesday Only Beautiful sheer nylon hose. That are regular $1.29 values. Wednesday only Ladies $6.95 DRESS! Cannon WASH CLOTHS Hurry for this special buy. Regular 15c values. Assorted colors. Wednesday only These have just arrived and they're real values at this special low price. Wednesday only $5,00 MenYWork SHIRTS Men these are first quality, blue chambray work shirts. Special for Wednesday only \ Copr. 1»,i"tyNEA S«r«ie«, Int. up en OZAtK IRt Wfe'LL 6E SACK t' VISIT YOU AGAIM REAL. OUT OtfR WAY By J. k. VIC PUNT tiOMfe^ |£j," ;.3I •y Michdel O'Mfelfey ond (tali* I'M LON&INT FOR THAT PEAR OLP HOME ASAISJ, A THAT COTTAGE IN A fl ' LITTLE WINPIW LAME. I CAM SEE TH' ROSES CLIMBIM'AM'HEAR THE SWEET BELLS CHIMIN; ANP I'M—J t KWOW BROGUES, Y THEV START AN 1 NOTONE. OF I TH' MINUTE THEM SOBBERS t. -THEV G\T , HAS EVER BEEN) \ IN A ARMY CLOSER TO A COTTAGEX UMIFORIvV- IM A LAME WIT' I EVEN IF TH* ROSES CUMBIN'THAM /ARMY POST TH' SIDEWALKS OF / IS RIGHT IM NEW YORK OR HIMKVPIMO IM TH' MIPPLE OF CHICAEGO.' THEIR OWN SUBURBS. §"* : »16k\ •j|2.{5]iSI BORM THIRTV VEARSTOO SOPH egti^g • *"*3 SISTER, VOU SOT LUCKV UP . I OON'T XVOW WHO)yOUR CAMBPA CAUSHT A INJ5PECTDR eftOWL Ar I MOOVV M3USOLO THAT PICTURE TCS THE KILLER. T. M. «n. U. S. Pit Ofl , IF X NAWfeTHft WuLfcft WIL SOU (KOtfeCT ME, HIM 1 ? '-— J WASH TUBBS OUR BOARDING HOUSf With Major Hpople ARK Y0D AMD Plkfe (50IM6 TO PLOW HE OLD, PUMl^iri .CORNERS <SAS£ LIK:e IT*. A, LONG TRIP THRU , COUNTRV TO THE WRBCK^GE| BB PART OP. IT OM FOOr. F HUDSOM ANP ICAW GET WHAT PATAi- SEVERAL MEW FEATURES NOT GeWERAHV KNOWN, EASY,,, INWOVATIOW* THAT 5HOUUP.IWPROVB All, , FUTDR6 MI55ILE5-, MILB5THRU PB5EF5.T ANP WLLIMQ COtlMTR/. /MECHMOI5WI&W15 fOOJS AND, HER BUDDIES *''»fc?» tv?^' 1 M*fir riwi *U/M*|V BUSINESS By Herthberger '' 5-3)1 »ED vu v nuns 'iS^i^ ALLEY OOP r^"> Mi 'Ti^ •VV.T. NOTHlNp.WE COULD' V, DOC, ^eer MUCH'ON ) IM ^SMRE WE'RE /BETTER GO SCOTLEH? ./.SOl^S'ATiyiS I ANP MAKE,6URE/IDEMU ALU WRONG./! GUZ ISN'T IN / SEE HOW MOO BEFORE WESOOMTHISV REACTS 6COTT ANSU^X TO IT-. m <-»'R {"I want the picture taken like this-—I intend to send it ' [ to my rival}" , ^ _ By Nodin* Selztr , ^ i snu. THINK ITS ^ipoci , i *• i o POP HOW COME NBVPR YOU?' TEACHER PICKp MARGIE TO MAkE THE PRpMOTION DAY TALK! $Toir OF MARTHA WAYNI [fi »i Wfcip^ i iMf <WW^*v^rtr 9ffi .jotf imitit jwnww CLAY, MA WHO'S "Thtrf »fMim»* wh«n | wUh i

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