Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on June 7, 1955 · Page 14
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Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 7, 1955
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)d«n in the i jor Leagues JEABIN6 BATTERS -en 12$ Official At Bats) LEAGUE and Club G AB R H Pet. 40 155 29 55 .355 50 18? 38 64 .342 48 198 25 67 .338 46 485 30 62 .335 40 354 24 51 .331 . Phila Ifteanella, Bkn. Hlfif, N. Y. *6wski, CM. St. Louis CampaneJJa, Dod Snider, Dodgers 17; Mayg iS 16; Kluszewski, Redleg Mantle, Yankees 14. 6. Detroit 49 J91 40 71 .3V2 6 h. rjetrolt 41 161 25 59 .366 Kanr City -41 158 29 53 .33 T Jh, WfrShfl.. 47 172 24 54 ,31 fir, Chicago 40 12S 22 46 .31 CLASSIFIED Adi Must Be in Office buy ftefbre Publl6«tlon WANT AD RATES Atl Want Ads are payable In advance but ads will bs. accepted' Over the telephone and cccombdd- Honodeountj allowed with the Oni derttohdlftfl the account li payable when-rtdtement If rendered. •Jumbef )f Words Up tc 15 6 to Batted In —Snider, Bod 86; Campanella, Dodgers 55 a, , Yankees 39; Kluszewski tegs 39, Kahne, ,,T;Igers 39; axr*" — " "'' ' • " — SOCIAL CLOSE OUT ' 2 GROUPS'bF SEAT COVERS TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY us now for your . . . . T "GE" ; JAIR-CONDITIONER 'Memm Tire & Appliance Co. S. Walnut St. ,: REFRIGERATION ,y » « and " ; , AIR CONDITIONING J, SERVICE ; : APPLIANCE REPAIR * f J210 E. 3ctl 7-28b9 ; T; Ml If tack Highway 17 Watt ].} LUCK'S MUSED FURNITURE CO. J. j Kdge of City Llmlte Wett HOallon Water Barrel! for Sale f 'Phone M381 Hope, Ark. 20 to 25 26 to 30 31 to 35 34 td 40 to 45 41 46 to 50 On«, .60 .75 .90. 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three Doy« .90 1.20. 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Mont 4.5 6.0C 7.5 9.0 10.5 12.0 13.5 15.0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ........................ 75c per Inch 3 »"»«« ........................ 60c per Inch 6 ilmes ........................ 50c per inch Rotes quoted above are for consecutive Insertions. Irregular or skip- dote ads will take the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising copy will be ' accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the rlgHt fo revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject orty - objectionable, advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, flroups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors are called to • our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent IC1£ 4 room furnished. garage apartment, recently re-decorated. Also .garage, Phone. 7-349.7.. 4-Ot •a* inf The Star Is authorized to an* nounce that the. following arje candidates fo'r public offlce subject to the action of the Democratic primary election*: * FofMay dp „ B.'LV «iWm H. M (OLIE) OLSON TALBO;r FEILD. JR. Real Estate for Sql« WE SELL — we rent — we buy Real Estate. FRANKLIN .COMPANY , May 9-1 Mo. By The Associated Press W L Pet. GB El Dorado 23 15 .605 ; Mbn'roe 22 1C .579 1 Hoi Springs 21 17 .553 2 Greenville 20 17 54 f J ! < Pine Bluff ' 18 20 .475-1. &" Vicksburg JO 29 .256 3^ Yesterday's Results Monroe 5, Vicksburg 1 • El Dorado 6, Pine Bluff 3 Hot Springs 12, Greenville 10 . .(10 innings) Legion Takes on WaWa Tonight at 8 The Hope Legionhair,es will play the Waldo Giants tonight in Legion Park startnig at 8 o'clock Mope will be trying for their fifth win' agaihs a single defeat. Hope will travel to Nashville fo a ?timc- with the Cubs torriorrow n; ght. The Legionnaires 'owri a 12- win over Nashville earlier th'i season. ' " Tonight Will be ladies night and all ladies will be admitted free. June, 7, Today's Games Hot Springs at Monroe Greenville at Pine Bluff EJ Dorado at Vicksburg own 4 unit Ap.arlment. House, good condition, corner lot, paved street, Hope, Arkansas. Anxious soil, would 'trade for commercial," such as Service S.tation. Elmer Dale, Blanco, Texas, Phone "2241. •Bt SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB 3 BED Room House; Corner' lot, Nice home and garage, Shown by appointment. • FRANKLIN COMPANY For Sale , topsoll, fill "dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. May 15-1 Mo. TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 Eaist 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf YOU NEED LUMB'ER? 'P|«n«nilon, SJdlirg, S48, flooring, !'f 10".12» Rouih boxing. :1 C. B. WADDLE LBR. CO. * _/ Highway 4 East - Phenet Highway 4 7-3250 or 7-4974 I WESTERN SHARES faf Divided Income Fund I PrMffectui avallabla from M.S. BATES '' AGENT Ark. Phone 7-44M SIX BEDROOM, 2 story house with 2%'baths. Ideal for. Dooming house, 2 blocks from town. Priced right; 521 South 'Main. W. H. Fincher, Phone 7-2209. May 10-1 Mo. rtove in by July 1st. in this attractive two bedroom home with extra large paneled den, bath, buiit-ins in kitchen. Nice landscaped 'lot— $200 cash down to veteran who will qualify. $1,200, cash on F. H. A.—Balance like rent. Located The Snack Shop is the best business buy f in Hope—seating'capa- city 54."Tarpleys Court next door. Low overhead. The price is right A going business/ going at a bargain. . . Two blocks from uptown on a shady •110x140 ft. lot, this nine room frame home with 2& baths, • termite treated, completely furnished, big closets and extra storage, screened side,, and, -back, porches, all in good condition. A real bargain—could be converted into three 'apartments at' little" cost. Terms available. Immediate p'bs- session. j- OA'LL FASTER -REALTY CO. 217 So. Mam St. """ ' "•'''. Phone; 7-4691. ' . • 4-3t Chattanooga Atlanta Memphis New 'Orleans Birmingham Nashville Mobile Little Rock 35 24 .593 33 24 .579 1 30 24. .556 2V, 29 24 .547 3" 30 2G .530 3'', 28 29 .491 C 21 31 .404 10'X, 18 40 .286 ( ppt i, Yesterday's Results Atlanta at Chattanooga rain) Nashville 3-14, Birmingham 0-3 Mobile 2, New Orleans 1 (Only games scheduled) Today's Games Atlanta at Chattanooga Mobile at Little Rock • New Orleans at Memphis •Birmingham at Nashville NATIONAL Brooklyn Chicago New York •Milwaukee St. Louis Philadelphia Pittsburgh LEAGUE W L Pel. GB 38 12 .760 30 20 .600 8 26 25 25 25 TWO, !FRAME homes, with acre.. age, close-in, low down payment/' SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. • May 17-1 Mo. Ttrmite Control Service , Free Inspection & Operated by GUYGRIGG ! Serrifa policy '<?! 109 South Mojn St. Phonet 7-3445 or 7-2772 ?_[_^'T^^^^Z f .... ;..— " "** QURRY'S fermife Control Co. •BONDED • INSURED . 'For Free Inspection cotl I A, D. Middlebrooki Jr. |*Phones 7-2822 or 7-3791 ONE International 42" Combine. Fair condition, may be seen at the Experiment Station. Bids will be accepted through 'June 15, 1955. 4-3t ONE Case Baler pulled by a pickup. B. E. Green, Patmos. 4-3t BEAUTIFUL 2 bedrdom'Tiome'rand garage. iNewly painted, one block of Brookwood School. Small down payment, move in 710 East <Jth St. * NEAR High School at 50ft P-each Street, Two bedroom and garage. Beautiful Yard. B.uy owners eqiv ity, Move in. See' this today!" ' JIM COLE REAL JjSTATE . " " ' 7-qt .510 121 .500 13 .426 16 \ 21 19' .420 17 16 33 .327 21" 20 27 For Sole or Trade WORMS. Native wigglers and night crawlers. Phone 7-2520, 902 South Elm- fi. Services Offered UATTRESS renovation and Inner- •prlng work- Cobb Mattress Co. 310 South Washington. Phone 7-2«a. ' - Mar. 4-tf 1 CASE Hay Baler "in first class condition and ready to go. Will trade for pickup truck ot equal value. 222 East Division St., Hope, Ark. T. H. Thompson. 7-3t Help Wanted Yesterday's Results •Philadelphia 4, Milwaukee 9. Brooklyri'5 St; Louis 4 ' today's Games Cincinnati at Brooklyn ]yrilwau.kee at New York (n) St. Louis at Philadelphia (n) Chicago at Pittsburgh (n) "•* — _____ AMERICAN . Cleveland Chicago Detroit Washington Boston Kansas City Baltimore LEAGUE W L Pel. GB 36 15 ' .706 30 18 .625 4% 29 18 .617 5 .551 8 .426 W .412 15 28 22 20 37 21 30 18 SO .375'|G" 2 15 36 .294^1 RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. ' 10-1 Mo, MOVING? Long Distance Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. May I4-tf HOUSE'moving, reasonable rates Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11, May 23-lMo WOULD like to hear from man with car for Rawleigh Business in South Hempste'ad'Co. or Hope.'Wr'i'te for details to Sales'Manager IP 6 Box 2467, Oesota Station, Memphis, Tenn. Dept. AK'E-641-216. •7-lt Yesterday'sResults New York 7, Detroit 5 Washington at Kansas City (PPd, rain) (only games sch eduled) Today's Games Washington at Kansas City f (twi-night) Baltimore at Chicago (N) •' N9W York at Detroit Boston ,at .Cleveland (N) BrooksCan't Seem to Lose for Winning By ED W.ILKS Of The Associated, Press It's about time'the rest of the National League gave up the idea of waiting for the Brooklyn Dodgers to collapse. Brooklyn can't lose for winning. Take last night. All their right- handed power had been limited to four hits in eight inning's by a southpaw rookie named Luis Arroyo and the St. Louis Cardinals had a 4-3 lead going into the' last of the ninth. . ' When Gil Hodges led'off with a walk, Manager Walt . Alston couldn't decide whether to have ockie Robinson lay down . a sacrifice bunt and go for a tie or have him swing away and go for broke. Alston flashed the "bunt" sign, but Robbie fouled off the pitch! Alston switched to the "hit" sign then, but the pitch was. wide and ack watched it go by. So Alston changed back to the . bunt strategy. But Robinson 'again fouled it off. ' ' It was hit or nothing then. Alston wasn't bunting on the thir.d strice. ' ' So what's Robbie do? He smacks the next pitch into the left field seats arid Brooklyn wins it 5-4. And. just. like. . .that, they're eight games up on the runner-up Chicago Cubs, who were idlelike nost of the oth.e.r teams. The only other National League action was at Philadelphia; ''The' Milwaukee Braves stayed a h'alf, game behind the 'third-place 'New York Giants by whipping the' r PniIs 5-2 after Philadelphia'-'h'a'd wrapped ip a 4-2 triumph'in the' thre'e-m- ning completion 'of the ' suspended second game in Sunday's''double- leader, ' • •••• — '• In the american, the New York Yankees made hay on the slack By The Assp.ciated P.ress AMERICAN'" A&SdtrATJbNl Minneapolis i, 'Louisville 0 (7 innings, rain) '•' Indianapolis -9, 1 St. Paul 7 Denver 5, Charleston 4 Omaha 7, Toledo"' l' TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 5-6, "Houston 4-? San Antonio 6, 'Fort Worth 5 (14 innings) • Oklahoma City 10-6, Beaumont J Tulsa 4, Shreveport 1' Wanted funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel . .'. Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association, Prompt Ambulance Service. Phop? 7-5570 or 7-5505. 23-1 Mo. Business For Lease HopeSt ar ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel, Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf M, 1*2? Awnings .Wfihtoirii,, editor i !*?* •Ms* «ech. Hop., 0 » Aft «^ Mqrth J, U»7. Canvas Awnings and metal awnings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Renovating old blinds Rug Cleaning. COQPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Ave. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 14-1 Mo. RIDE to Los Angeles, California, round trip, will share expenses, drive or help with driving. References exchanged, James Yates, wife and one child. Phone 73761. 4 . 3t TEACHERS A MARSHALL Field family owned enterprise has summer vacation position open in this vicinity for school coordination work. Good Income. Any teacher, ex-teacher, or substitute teacher may qualify. Opportunity for permanent position for those showing leadership and executive ability. Write immediately to Mrs. J. J. Clem P. 0. Box 364, Texarkan,a, USA. . 7-lt Wednesday - Thursday Dial 7-4431 The Negro Community o or Swift's Deliciou Fresh Pork Neck Bones •**(••**•**«*. ( •• *>» ,Z"".T" iilo 1.10 -r~. 3.25 6.50 13.00 JESS Morris for c.us.tom slaughtering and processing meats at Community Ice Co. Phone 72.244 or 7-357.8, June 3-1 Mo. About 100 million acres — 30 per cent of U. S. crop land — is used tor corn each year. Keystpne Lodge No. 42 P and I AM will hold its annual election od officers Tuesday night, June 7. We are urging'all members to meet'at 8 o'clock. H. L. Washington, W. M. T. A. Hamilton, secretary. ' ^^ * " ......I.... ^ i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^g^^ggf^ re Bros. Pure Pork Sausage Legal Notice No. 7759 -In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark. Helen Heard Plaintiff vs. Billy T. Heard Defendant .., and Mrs. J[oe daughter, Mrs. Ruby Pi'iiitt and'I children of Pine 'BJuff were, the; week-end guests of ' their "mother',' Mrs. Lo,nie Thorns, also Mrs. Gertrude Couglas; and 'Mrs.' Dorothy Powell. Mrs. Barbara D. CQppa'gel accompanied' {hem back to PjQe dejf^jdahfc Billy T. Ifeajd. warned to i ' appear ' 'ih this 'court within thirty days and answer the "of th,? •Pl»lny«.' Mrs. Thelma Highto\v.e,r and son have . returned to tb,eu' home jn Detroit, Mich., after spending several days visiting their parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Shep Jackson,' Mrs; Velma Muldrow, and other rela- LJ " ' 1101116 * 'VllfV sch.ed.ule. bombing Detroit with Home runs 7-5 for a 4!'a-game lead. Rain postponed the only other g'arrie, \tyashington at Kansas City. the Brooks battled back from a 4-1 deficit with two runs in the sixth, one on a leadoff homer by Pee Wee Reese. Clem Labine held the' Cards hitless ovcrthe last two innings for the victory after they had 'tagged Billy' Loes. Tom La- Sprda and Russ Meyer for 10 hits. The Yanks counted all their runs on homers. Eddie Robinson .hit a pair, each good ^or two runs. Billv Hoeft lost his third in eight 'decisions. Sbbkie Johnny Kucks was the winner, but claimed his fifth suc- ce.ss only aftei- : Jim'Kohslanty put down a two-run Tiger rally in the ninth. Able Al Kaline, who has hit in all but four of Detroit's 4999 games, homered with none on in the seventh to run his current hitting string to 14 games. At Philadelphia, Ed Mathews continued to look like anything but a guy -who just had an appendec- tmy. He hit his third homer in avo days, a two-run job, as Bob iJ.uhl picked up his second victory George Crowe also homered with one on for the Braves, who scored the winning run off loser Dave Cole in the third on Bobby Thomson's sacrifice fly. In the ..completion of Sunday's interrupted game, the Braves scored twice in the eighth, but the Phils coasted in on their four run« in the third. Results in Pony League Play , Jung t, t955 -1 BLONDII In Pony League play last night Hope Auto beat Builders Supply <U-i to 3 and First National took Hoper Basket 4-3. Hope Auto heads the league with two wins; next is Hope Builders, xvilh a 2-1 record; First National, with a 1-2 record and Hope Basket with a 0-2 record. In Little Play last night Coco Cola defeated Rotary by a 5 to 4 decision. Although aluminum alloys are weaker than the same bulk of cai - 4) bon steel, they are stronger ' tn*ah the same weight of steel. MR. DITHERS, THIS IS AN ULTIMATUM- IF YOU DON'tGIVE MEARAISE.l'M GOING TOQUir MY JOB m. »%,, AND IF I'D UEAVE • HERE, WHO GOULD YQUGET.TQFILU- *0 y THE VACANCY? YOLTC5 LEAVE HERE,YOU WOULDN'T LEAVE A VACANCY If Ctiieft T M ftf , : S* IN THAT CASE '(I'D BETTER HANG'ON ^--rf TO MY JOB OUT OUR WAY Ha mm Tire and Appliance Co SUMMER SALES JAMBOREE Big Price Reductions • Low Easy Terms You'll find our store full of money saving GE values during this Big Summer Safes Jamboree. Below are just three of the many items *"'*' By J. k, William. Radio Actress Answer to Pr«Viou» PuttU many items on sale. Don t wait come in now and get yours. 21 inch TELEVISION BLACK DAYLIGHT SAFETY GLASS f ONE YEAR WARRANTY On All Tubes • SWIVEL STAND • ALL CHANNEL ANTENNA » ALL FOR BIG Reductions Formerly $299.95 AND YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR REDUCED BE SURE AND GET YOURS NOWf ACROSS 1 Radio actress, Shifrp 5 She is on the waves 8 Hers is a net program 12 Notion 13 African worm 14 Iroquoian Indian 15 Genuine 10 Devotee 17 Blow with the open hand 18 Pertaining to the Andes 20 Depose 22 Reigning . i beauty ! 24 Sorrow I 28 Dishearten t 33 Operatic solo { 34 UnUsual • 35 Harvest 36 False god 37 Small islands 39 Ambassador's residence iiftl - 42 Weird *™ ; 44 Continued ; story ' . 48 Cuddle ! ' 53 Sheaf : | 54 High card ; . 56 Dry • 57 Row : I "58 Paving . . material rS9 Minute skin • opening ' 60 Table scraps f, . 61 Abstract being 3 Peruse 4 Famous college 5 Straightens 6 Butterflies 7 Assessment amount 8 Direction 9 Shield bearing 10 Narrow inlets 11 Retained 19 Lincoln's nickname 21 Scatter, as hay 23 Lone Scout (ab.) 24 Hindu garment 25 War god of Greece 26 Clock face 41 Honey-maker 27 Back of the • 43 Puff up neck 44 Alone 29 Assam 45 Persian prince silkworm 46 Lease CJiSmall children47 Angers 31 Love god 49 Enervates 32 Depend SO Horse's gait 38 Body of water 51 Italian coin 39 Symbol for 52 River in erbium . Germany 40 Coal diggers 55 Is able 62 Asterisk DOWN 1 Variable star 2 Arabian gulf 10 THE CRASH WOKE US ALL UP/ BOV, AM I <3LAP THAT FALL. KILUEC5 AW APPETITE FOR.AMIPMIGHT SNACK--I HAP A BIG FIGHT „ WITH MV WILLPOWER.' WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO -ABOUT OUR'WILL you GOT us ALL DOWN HERE.' ^ THE RESCUE SQUAD OUR BOARDING HOUSE W r With Mayor Hoopto . ..MT TUBB LtTS'M MAJOR ^ HOLLER I ST sr CARNIVAL •y Dick Turner SPACE MAKER REFRIGERATOR BIGGEST VALUE EVER ON 'GE" QUALITY HOME LAUNDRY Fully Automatic Washer BUSINESS By Herihbergcr . "What stock do you recommend for a nervous itomach?" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroinj NOW ONLY »! lives. i "<»« Mrsi Florin^ La,w^o,n, and Mrs. Cassie Smith will atiend tlie sum- Witness rr\y band and the seal n n«u /^rtn* 4i~i_ n ^ h —- Wft ^ -f *Av»i .,, „..„.„ at Bi?h,op CoHeee i n Marshall, Texas, " *" t M.rs. Ada §ervipp will be held i • Activator. Washing Action f Finest Spin Drying • Overflow Rinse • S-Year Protection Plan Qleoming ^Resisto-Mar" finish, S-year warranty on sealed-in unitf, HAMMTIRE&APPUANCECO. ais.?i? 5, Wflinur Ph«n 7.*ii rW»H, you said your heart was in your mouth when you l " walked in heref" ' ' j JWiETIE PIE By Nodin. S«lMr ;«"Now don't you fret about the children getting to bedZ. [ I used to be a champion lady wrwtlerl" OZARPt G05H,OZAqK...1TS SWELL TO SEE YOU' AGAIN. 1 ACCOROIN' TO TH' PAPERS.YOU AND MAMBo HAVE BEEN BURNltM' UP, TH' BIG LEAGUES/ SHUCKS, BLINKS \-i, . IP'N A CERTSlSl K>% TEM-YEAR-OLD . PITCHER ,, I KNOW JWUZM'T Sd •y MJchod O'Mftlto? ortd Rolptf Uft* , K6&E, THIS. IP sesu pbw'r STICK Td ydiue 'vie PIP IT' stop/, you'LL &er WHAT > KlMg^LL SOT. 'I PON^T KWOW WHAT VOU'RE TALKlWfir APOUT... CUCKl ^fco.,2 1955 by NEA Soviet, Inc. >• 1 WOWSER IP THAT $ CHANC6UM* Mfi >5tf '^ " ' WASH TUBBS A HIGH POUOT NORTH 6Ai5T OF TH6 IW FKTISUE UNIFORMS* 5ET UP A MOBILE ' UNir, PAINTEP TO LOOK HIKE AIR FORCE'EQUlPlAENf. iy-L.,l,»:, ; ,,r,.|^ THIS IS THE OWLY'SITB WHERB ' OUR SIGNAL^ CW INTERCEPT TK6 WS5ILE WHILE IT l& STILL. LOW '' EMOUOHiANP" THAT I: . THI&, TIM&/ V5OTS AND HER BUDDIES ' •••; • '•• ;•' " : .' •'- ' • ••."•'•.'•.'' .--.'- . . ' *?w •••"SI™ •"™ i -'('p i 'Wpi! ; By BUGS PUNNY GRACIOUS ' & THAT KNOCKJN6 NOISE COMING PfcOMMVCAe? VA MIGHT TRV PULLIN 1 UP A *\ , O~ LITTLE ... IT'S TOUGH WORKIN' I a ^±\ >7:'f(,%^* ^T ^iK-iJtiLv-Jf ..ffiBI ALLEY OOP •y V. T." RIGHT/ \OJ'LL SURELY . , NOW .THAT OOP'S VNEEP HIM WHEN / THERE'UL ^ aOVED GUZ 16 A Hwtl ORGANIZE/ BE NO PARTY.. TOBONER IN 5COTT'5 V A.RESCUE / I'LL HANDLE THIS HOSPITAL, WE MIGHT ,M! PARTY/ A MATTER, /AS WELL BRIN IMBACK HERE/ % MYSELf.J OH.NO.DOClMyfrrARa,- , ,_ YOU'RE NO MKTCH jfS AW, COME ^ FQR506TT/ Ht'Q if NOW/BOY^PpNT '' A MA0MAN/ ^A \ 6ELU ME 5HOpK.. I'M A LITTLE MAD | MYea-Fj v«?u " WOWm FOP TWO HOT DOGS, POTATO CHIPS, THREE FUDGE SUNDAES, TWO BOXES OF PpJ?;CORN. THI STORY OF MARTHA W^lfMI <wr>/ n*! "Watch Ppp tske off yvh«n | let p}"

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