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*m, t ?•& ^ $ t F#, >'-fc V $!, i Kniviiuina Hif« Friday ggfebiaifes will piayV... " "l> field here Fr'day nigh ; 8 p. m. with ttee«fe .... deling the hurling, 8? hlght the strong Barks .«* 6f Shreveport will come i rer a game. MEMORIAL t£.« uu> Tenn., (UP) — Su|, Tenh., civil leaders Jnalfted a charter for the gCrtieketl Birthplace Ass'n.' woflt drgahlzation, to restore TiiHdln the cabin in which fitiermart was born. SELF AT HOME .0 (UP) — Police arrested a 22^year-old vagrant who a house while the own away and financed his ek visit there by pawning _ing from furniture to the '8,'soeks, ?£i\ — COLD WATERMELONS At the '3" Curve us for your car needs. IYERS GULF SERVICE A Shover Ph. 7-9955 tNTED TO BUY USED GUNS '<• GAS HEATERS (IS BARGAIN HOUSE ind PAWN SHOP HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, June 23, 1955 CLASSIFIED Atfi Mu»t ie in Office Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES All Want Ads 6r« payobla In advertc« but, ads will be accepted by*r the tilephorte ond eccomoda- t|bn accounts allowed with the understanding the account !» payable when ttatement li* rendered. •lumber Of Word* Up to 15 6 td 20 t to 25 6 to 30 1 »o 35 6 to 40 I to 45 6 to 50 One Day .45 .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 1.50 Three DdyJ .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 Six Day* 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 On* Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.5( J2.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY I time 3 time! 6 times 75c per Inch 60c per Inch 50c per inch Rotes quoted above are for con- «ecutive 'nsertlons. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All dolly classified advertising Copy Will be acrepted until 5 p. m. for publication, the following day. The pMbllshep reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for. publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of one or more letters, groups, or figures sgch as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors In Want Ads unless errors or* called to our attention ofter FIRST insertion of ad and then for ONLY the ONE incorrect insertion. PRONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 JIAL CLOSE OUT 2 GROUPS OF SEAT COVERS 4OMA TIRE L SUPPLY COMPANY For Sal« TWO BEDROOM home 1% block from BrooJtwood School at 819 East 6th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates, for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor „ B. L. RETTIO H. M. (OLIE) OLSOlf TALBOT FEILD. JR. NATIONAL LEAGUE Real Estate for Sale WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate. . FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo. REFRIGERATION ' and IR CONDITIONING SERVICE APPLIANCE REPAIR <210,E. 3rd 7-2809 SEE Chater's world famous hollyhocks blooming in all their loveliness. Bring others. Arthur Gray, Ozan. ,. 17-61 FRESH WHITE RIVER FISH 1% Mllos out on Washington, Hy FULLER & SON FISH MARKET 21-Gt I LuAk Highway 17 Watt LUCK'S MURNITURICQ ref City Llmlta Waa* 1 Barrala for la la Hope, I WESTERN SHARK om« Pupi bU from M.S. BATES AGENT Ark. Phon* 7-44M IEE-T-MITE mfte Control Service Free Inspection vned & Operated by iUY GRIGG Service policy 109 South Main St. N 7.3445 er 7-2772 BOAT TRAILER, Will take up to 14 foot boat. Good tires. .Will sell . 'at reasonable price. Call 7-3776 : or see at 401 South Shover Street. ; . :".';'. • : 2i-3t 1/OVELY four room home, brand new, just completed. Concrete slab foundation. Hardwood floors, large rooms. Plenty closet space and built-ins. Car port attached. Small down payment, balance like rent. Located on West Ave. D. AT 807 North Elm we hav.o a beautiful 5 room home. Modern Throughout, hardwood floors, attic fan, floor furnace, lots built-ins. 100 x 125 lot. Small down/payment. GI or FHA Loan. New low price. See this soon. • NEW low price. Three' bedroom home. Modern, hardwood floors, plenty closet space and built-ins. Located on 60 x 292 lot. Plenty room for garden and flowers. Within l J / 2 block of Brookwood,school. Ideal location for children in grade sqhool. GI or FHA. loan. Small down payment, balance like rent. 715 East 6th Street. GREENING INSURANCE & REALTY COMPANY Real Estate Insurance Loans Phone 7-4661 21-3t Brooklyn Chicago Milwaukee New York Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh W L 43 1C 36 30 30 35 32 29 28 26 21 33 34 33 35 44 Pet GB .750 .545 13 .533.13V2 .492'l6',i .460 18 i£ .459 18',:, .426 201/2 .323 27'/i Major League Batting Leaders. Brooklyn Kluszewski, Cin. Mueller, N.Y. Aaron, Mil. Yesterday's Results Brooklyn 3. Chicago 2 New York 4, Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia 9. St. Louis 6 Milwaukee 0. Pittsburgh 0 Today's Games Brooklyn at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis (night) (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GB New York 44 23 ,6f>7 Chicago 39 22 .639 2 Cleveland 39 26 .600 4 Detroit 32 29 .525 9 Boston 33 32 .508 10 Kansas City 24 39 .331 IB Washington I 23 39 .371 18'/ 2 Baltimore 20 44 .313 22''' Yesterday's Results Boston 12, Detroit 7 Now York 6. Kansas City 1 Chicago 3, Washington 0 Cleveland 5, Baltimore 0 FOUR Room house,on Mockingbird Street, Nice lot, Attic fan, Tile : floors. Phone 7-4610. 22-3t Pigs. A, B. Enoch. .'PatmosrShover Springs Road: Phone 7-4931. 22-6t EOVELY 2 year old home. Locate'd in the McDowell addition, on 2/3 of an acre. Large number of big shade trees. Level .lawn with St. Augustine grass. This home nas three large bedrooms. Wall to wall carpet in living room and hall". Also! rubber tile and hardwood floors. 2 baths/(l'/j). Double garage. Shown by appointment only. Phone 7-4697, . 23-3t COMPLETELY Furnished — big enough for • three apartments •— five rooms and two baths downstairs — 4 rooms and b^th upstairs — stroage galore, garage— two screened porches — all in good condition — 110 x 140' shady lot — three block? from uptown — will trade or sell for cash down payment and; terms. Vacant now. CALL - FOSTER REALTY CO. 217 So, Main St. PR 7-4691 22-3t Today's Games Chicago at Washington Cleveland at Baltimore Kansas City at New York Detroit at Boston By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 150. Official at Bats) NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pet Ashburn, Pa. 53 204 41 73 .358 Campanella, 63 239 42 81 .339 60 237 40 80 .333 61 254 23 85 .335 65 269 42 88 .327 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kaline, Detroi t 61 241 50 91 .378 Kuenn. Detroit 52 209 31 71 .340 Fox. Chicago 61 249 38 81 .325 Power, K. C. 56 218 37 70 .321 Smith. Civ. 65 274 55 84 .307 Home Runs — Snider, Dodgers. 23; Kluszewski, Re'cllegs 21; Campanella, Dodgers 19; Mantle; Yankees 18: Mays, Giants 17. Runs Batted In — Snider, Dodgers 10; Campanella, Dodgers 63; Ennis. Phillies 53: Mantle, Yankees 50; Kaline, Tigers 49. Runs — Mantle, Yankees 62; Snider, Dodgers 59; • Smith, In- Thursday, June 23, 1955 ITAI, MOPi. AftftAftlAI Mobile 7, Birmingham 5 Today's . Games Chattanooga at Little Rock Nashville at Memphis Birmingham at Mobile Atlanta at New Orleans COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Monroe 33 21 .611' El Dorado • '32 21 ;G04 \' Hot Springs • 30 23 •' .545 3J Greenville 26 27 .491 Meridian 25 29 .403 Vicksburg 16 39 .291 Yt\~ 2 Moore Earns Right to Meet Rocky 6y MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK (XP) — Archie Moore's explosive punches hav eaccom plishecl what all his oratory could not—earned him a shot at Rockj Marciano's heavyweight crown. The 38-year-old light heavy weight champion did it -with-three punches. The right, right and lef to the jaw demolished middle weight king Bobo Olson in 1:19 of the third round at the steam ing Polo Grounds last night a-id set again Archie on the path to a September heavyweight title "I guess that's it, the end ol my long campaign," he said, "They can't duck me now. Marciano is a great fighter. Bui any man I can hit, I can lick—and here's not a man I .can't hit. That goes for Marciano. I think I can beat him and knock him out." There's still a little dickering to do but promoter Jim Norris left no doubt as to what's coming next: "It's got to be those two," said the president of the International Boxing Club. "It will draw three- quarters of a million dollars. I'll sit down and talk to Al Weill Seixas Upset, But Ndt Trabert WIMBLEDON, England <UP> — Tony Trabert, mindful of the fate- that befell Davis Gup buddy Vic Seixas in a similar match, clashed with fellow American Hugh Stewart in a third-round men's sin- i gles match on the historic center court in the Mimbledon Tennis- Championships. The top-seeded Trabert was a heavy favorite, but then so was (Marciano's manager} and Char- 6'/ SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB 41 29 Memphis Birmingham New Orleans Chattanooga Atlanta Nashville Mobile Little Rock .580 42 32 J568. 1 40 31 .563 I'/, 42 35 .545 2',', 40 36 .526 4 " 35 38 .479 7>i 32 37 .464 B'/i 20 54 .270 23 " For Rent THREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Street, ,,, ifl-tf TWO bedroom furnished Apartment. One block from Center town. Phone 7-5526 or 7-2842. 21-3t ^CURRY'S "HV lite Control Co. BONDED INSURED GUARANTEED if or Free Inspectlpn call D. MMdlebrooVi Jr. 7-2822 or 7-3791 GOOD Super A Farmall.and full line equipment. 'L. Wright 600 West Third. Hope, Phone 7-2626. 23-3t 5 ROOM furnished hpuse. Available July 1. $45.00. per month. 1120 East 2nd. Phone 7-3543. .22-3t 6 JlOOi(I house. Newiy decorated inside and out. Natural gas. 5 acnes of .ground. All good out buildings. 2% miles of Hope, on the Shover Springs and Patmos road. Charles Moss .Dial 7-2935; 23-3t FOUR Room House, Venetian blinds, hardwood floors, garage. See owner at 1804 South Elm. 22-6t Yesterday's Results Memphis 1-2, Nashville 0-1 New Orleans 8-5, Atlanta 0-4 Chattanooga 7, Little Rock 5 Yesterday's Results Monroe 8-4, Greenville 4-3 Meridian 5, Vicksburg 4 El Dorado 11, Hot Springs Q Today's Games Meridian at Hot. Springs El Dorado at Monroe Vicksburg at Greenville By The Associated Press AMERICAN. ASSOCIATION Omaha 5-13; Indianapplis 1-8 Minneapolis 9:5; Charleston 2-2 Toledo 6; St. Pauls 5 (1 innings) Louisville 6; Denver 3 TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 5; Shreveport 1 Tulsa 2; Houston 1 '_'''' Oklahoma City 1; San Antonio 0 Fort Worth 2; Beaumont- 1 FREE DELIVERY — DIAU 7-4431 Serving You Since 1896 clians 55; Bruton, Braves 54; Kaline, Tigers 50; Gilliarri, Dodgers 50. Hits — Kaline, Tigers 91; Aaron, Braves 88; Mueller, Giants 85; Smith, Indians 84; Bruton, Braves 82. Pitching (Based on 7 decisions) — Newcombe, Dodgers (12-1) .923; Donovan, White Sox (9-2) .818; Wynn, Indians (9-2) .818; Arroyo, Cardinals 8-2) .800; Loes, Dodgers (7-2) .778^1 ley Johnston Moore's the next few days." REAL ESTATE TAX NEW YORK UP)—The City Council has set a basic real estate tax rate of S3.85 for each S100 of assessed valuation—the highest in the city's history—Cor the 1955-56 Pscal year. The new rate is 17 cents above the current year's. The council adopted the rate yesterday by a vote of 24-1. The U. S. Office of Education lists 1,500 degree-ffrant'ng colleges and universities of which 3GO are tax supported. Vic Seixns in another All-Ameri- inanagcr in can match in yesterday's second round. iVisiting Around Arkansas, 1 BY JO E MARSH OUACHITA COUNTY ~ • ~ - — f~ Typical of Arkansas Progress ... Ouachita is a prospering county. Southern pine grows under forest management on about three-fourths of its land, and niost of its 1,750 farms are owner-operated. Major port on the Ouachita River, Camden—the county seat —is growing industrially. Beverage syrups and fine pottery are shipped throughout the world. At nearby Cullendale is a large paper mill and bag plant. The nearby .Naval ordnance depot, which manufactures rockets, employs about 3,000 peoploj Rich oil deposits are found near Louann and Stephens. About 75 million tons of lignite in the county are yet to be exploited. And in prospering Ouachita County, the United States Brewers Foundation, through its self regulation program, makes every effort to have beer and ale sold in clean, wholesome food stores, cafes and taverns. %# t; 1»Z5. Vitital Ntaten Brewers Foundation, Inc., Arkansas Division t* 4 ROOIVI furnished garage apartment. Also garage; Phone 7-3497. 22-61 LARGE TENT. 18' x 20'. Will trade for good boat. Ed Percell, 323 North Hamilton. 23-3t 8 ROOM House. 2 baths. $3750.00 •cash or small down payment -with terms. W. E. Brunei-, Phone 7-4386. 23-3t UNFURNISHED Apartmant. Three rooms and bath. Nice neighborhood. Close-in. Phone 7-2896. 23-3t Notice VATTRFRS •nr(nv. work Cohh Roirth W»*hfr<rtnn Co lone Star Long Distance Moving, All Bovine Rates are not th sarrje. Call pqllect 592 Presuot Transfer and stnraee Inc. Prea cott. Ark. Free Estimate. May 14-t JF-SS Moi-ris for custom slaughtering and processing niqats at Community Ice Co. Phone 7- J2244j>r ,7-3578. June 3-1 Mp, ROOMS with* board. Cooking at iTs Best. Clean, quiet, Comfortable rooms with inner soilings and attic ventilation. Hotal Snyker. 18:64 C HOUSE moving, reasonable rates Mack Hillery, Preseatt. Phone May 23-lMo every wcokrlny aftnrnonn by PWBLIJHINO CO? ,. ,.aitiburn, ,„,.„ ."« .»»«,•»»<«"« I W«'PH» ArkanMi S, WiihbMrn, fdltor • r « Jan** Manaalna Miter P*vl«, Advertl^lnq ' W. Motm.r, Mech RALPH Montgomery Market, cus* torn slaughtering.. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying. Junel3-l Mo. I,cond d,, M tyMfl ft *."' H «W». ArtoUWfc »f March |, Iffy. UNUSUAL Position in new uncrow^ ded field for women who will de r vole 5 to 6 hours a day as a china hostess, or counselor to brides and brides to be. Nationally advertised fine china company. Car essential. A very dignified way in which to earn nn unlimited amount of money. FOP personal interview write Hope Star, Box A- 21-3t Hlon Rates (poyobl. In ad- Hope ond n»(phborinfl lown vw SPJNBT PIANO. Responsible party Jji this area can arrange most attractive purchase on this fine Spinet Piano. Write before we genfl truck -r- CREDIT MC3R.', JPH4N PIANO CO.. 312 MAW $T., JOBLIN, MO. 2a-4t Funeral Director* i DO you want a new modern home for your family? I will build U to your plans and furnish the lot — on either of the following plans: G. I. 100% Loan — $25Q.OO cash down payment, FHA, Loan - 10% down and closing costs, See me now. '• JESSIE SINCLAIR PR 7-2559 22-3t HOME GROWN For Sok or Lease 100A General and modern poultry farm for breeder stock. L. Wright, 600 West Third. Phone 7- 23-3t Business For Loose ONE SUPER SERVICE Station. 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably, priced. See S. L. Murphy tor details. 8-U OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insur Ambulance 2jnd & Ha.. -If BBUPON-CJQJlNBptllS*"* Funeral 9rxunnt W>on» 7-U70 op 7-5W Around the Nation By The Associated Presft POINT PLEASANT, N.J.—Frank Hayes, 40, former catcher 'for the Philadelphia Athletics, Cleveland Indians and St. Louis Browns. Died yesterday. CHICAGO —Or, Harry ». Bprnes, 53, lecturer- and professor 9| economics at New York University. Died yesterday, YQBK (UP) - (Polo PORK NECK BONES 10c!b. 8 Ibs. PURE LARD t.29 pi BEEF ROAST as 25elb. 10 Ibs. SUGAR SIRLOIN STEAK Homegrown PORK SAUSAGE FRESH TOMATOES PURE GR. BEEF FRESH PEAS DRY SALT MEAT RIB STEAK SWEET CORN FRESH FRYERS NEW POTATOES SKINLESS WIENERS} Ibs, t .OQ NOW YOU CAN GET THE GREATEST TIRE ADVANCES OF 1955 AT SPECIAl SAVINGS! GREATER BLOWOUT PROTECTION, NEW PUNCTURE PROTECTION, EXTRA SKID AND SIDEWALl PROTECTION-MILEAGE NEVER KNOWN BEFORE! , uo^a^ • FULL VALUE for the unused mileage in your present tires • PLUS o special extra trade-in allowance • KM the easiest of credit terms DON'T WAIT! YOUR OLD TIRES ARE WORTH MORE NOW THAN THEY'LL EVER BE WORTH AGAIN! MYLOM TOBELESS TIRE Of All. TIMI • Rotated Built-in Curb Guard ! Exclusive lnst.O-Motic SkW Control for quicker/ surer stop* ooridewall- the styling of your « •$ CAGED EGGS til 3dz 1.00 WHIU UITS ( U.S. Royal8 8 (US NEW BEMWW YOU GET IN MO OTHER THE • Nylon or «"»»» jp- ^ ^^Bgj^gaiM*^ US.ROYAL NOW A WOOB VAlUfTHAN BIFORE UMUM H*TH JUiill <OMP*NT ^Aii u s ROYALS, TUB£ OR TUBELESS FIT YOUR PRESENT RIMS, NO EXTRAS TO BUY! WOW, BLONDIE '// -^F By Chick Young OZARK IKE NOW YOU'RE REALLY GOING TO BECOME A REDSKIN ' ...-.,. AN'BOTHl , OUT.' ^\ LERDY *~4 ' ONE MORE JAN' TH' CUB BATTER, J PITCHUH •HAVE A .* 3-HITTUH.' AN' TH' JUNIOR. BUGS WIN >T, OUT OUR WAY Doggy Deal Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Irish 7 - hound 13 Freebooter 14 Abrogate 15 Eaten away 1C Penetrates 17 Morning moisture 3 8 There -- 7 Many fancy are shown at dog shows 8 Evening (poet.) 9 Qualified 10 Driving commands 11 Household god 12 Otherwise many breeds \i ^tnerv of Hn« 19 Regret of dogs • their animals 27 Portal 43 Japanese sashes 44 City in New Jersey 49 Essential being 51 Dine 52 Route (ab.) 54 Negative prefix 55 Devotee 7 9 10 It 30 Apportion 45 Chopping 31 Petty quarrel implements 20 Compass point" 1 Hi "ders 35 Witticism 47 One who 21 Strips as land 22 Blttcr vclch 37Tha t thing (suffix) of trees 23 And (Latin) 38Expunger 48 At this place 25 Patriarch 24 c .losod cars 39 Unit of 28 Honors ™ Encourage reluctance 32 Heavy shoes 2G Dog * anciers 42 £vade 33 Profound ' lr 4a.Tn,-,=,r,» 34 Cry of bacchanals ~~ ; " 35Mediterranean 29 La ™Preys island 36 Boston 40 Assault 41 Thoroughfares 43 Palm leaf 46 Entire 47 Pronoun 50 are among the larger breeds of dogs 53 Joins 56 Form a notion 57 Those who give medications 58 Family member 59 Dinner course DOWN 1 Raced 2 "Emerald Isle" • 3 Fishing boat ! 4 Small child , 5 Summer (Fr.) ; 6 Fortification U 50 58 37 38 3? 33 By J. R. Williams VIC FLINT YOU KNOW, KIPS,THAT'S OUR LOT AMD WE DON'T MIMD VOU U&IMG IT-- BUT WOULD vou MIND BRIM&INGTHAT OVER HERE AMD POUR- INJ& IT INTO MY FLOWER BED5PTHATRAIM WATER AND TOPSO1L WILL BE WONDERFUL •/^ ,n /A THE SPOILER GTP?.V\/ILUAM=, t-2? C'rr. 19?', t. p;r» r. f ,l... !..(. T M. B.^. u. 5 P.t Cllf. ^\S W(— is* iww^ i fnc^r HI/ VIC/ WHAT'S/ ABOUT AN HOUR ROBIM HARPER. CLAIMS BfZOTHER \$ TiZVlM© TO KILL BUT SHE'S WRON6/ LI06V. DIP SOME CHECWMO. HEP H^P BROTHER IS A DECKHAND ABOARP A LAKE f#ei6HTBP"-A PACT I'M . ABOUT TO SPSM30N HER/ ~ 1 „'•; By Michael O'Melley and Ra\fih Itnt^ ^^^^j^lfe^ J Bur A£ j UPTS A STEEL WIR§ -TMFORAIt- 6U1NBA PI©/ *r fr WASH TUBBS By Leslie Turner OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople y> 31 18 m CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Our Ethel was born in 1935—that was a vintage year, you know!" , MV WORLDLY- R A E SAD. MARTHA.' I DOM'T A CLOISTERED LIKE Y<2U TO 6AVVV A PUZZLE THIS ESOTERIC . ._. . OP W0ULO YOU TRADE A DSEBV \MIMMER •?" THS.LIFEOF/WE X A AMD pfDM'T 'OFFER THAT: "MY «:iMSDO/A FORA HORSE.' HAS TO DO WITH IT MAK- ICE 601 MS, HOUSEWIFE » THERE'S NO REACTION ON THE THE VAN IS OUT OF .•DRIV& NORTH. FIRST. W6UTK/ ^•rt rtryix IT HO I YOU CAN'T GET FAR. WITH THIS W55IL61 AMP 1IA WARMING " POM'T &HOW IN THB fiRNlBti '5 NO ONE IN 'YEAH? VOURPALS WILL AlERT THB HIGHWAV YOU'D BETTER ABAM- EH? WELL, HERB'S *<iT i *fc.to^r > i^r^** ** wrfERE W& TURN DOM IT QUICK, OK- u CO. Jrf* HOP IM1 ViU&T iSET •-, BEHIND .FOiw n: WERE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgof Martin OY\ .\ <\M SO VN'SOK BUGS BUNNY FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger SIDE GLNCES By Galbraifh T. M. R<g. U. 8. P«t Off. •Oft. 1955tijNEA SttylM. I "Now you and Emily go right ahead and have all the fun you want, Mr. Hicks—just forget that I'm along!" "No, Mom and Dad aren't home—they're back of davenport!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadinc Selrer THIS \5 TH' ONLY PAKXIN 1 SPACE ON TH' BLOCK...MAVBE I C'M GET AWAY WITH PARKIN' BY THIS , . FEKAFEW* ")£ 1 '^ MINUTES.' ALLEY OOP SHE'S IN ANCIEN7 THAT'S OOOLA\ SPARTA.,,LIKE I I ABEST WAY TO ALL RIGHT,.. BUT | TOW> VOU, I WANT/HANDLE THIS, I THINK, VVHERE 15 SHE?/ THE STRAIGHT / WOULD BE TO MOVE r ^k 'WHAT'S SHE (Or THE 5T(?KyONJ I • AROUNP QUIETLY DOING? ^fH HELEN OFJROY! \ WITH MY EYES By V. T. Homlin MUST HAVB CAUCULMED.*! ^ f/j PRISCILLA'S POP e ji o . SLuaas He ou 'uno. ^0 Aq.U9|d e>q BS^IOL) 0ABi|eq-9>jeiii y 9y Al VerifMtr !.??_!fel?5 .} < THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE m cooking with the steam iron—we're having steamed far lynch I" Zfl3J3W3t (A66AIH.T I* '>Jm ;>UQP THE FIK5T TRAIN QUT > ANO .<^ QF TQWN OK I'LL W VQU // BATTf If V/ IN'JAiC ON At sAULT ANO <l SUTIOIOIJt •^rsT BATTERV M V EVEN' lite i ii (i~t^»««*<i(i^^,^'*»^->^ j^y^pMiff 'i«i»>M>»>y'syyw'pjpj^w'yft \ v 4 ''»a'; fe4' "' f •H.W' t: frf^?-? i fr v fe' ^~ J ^- ••* .'-"''ysaCt^^A

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