Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 14, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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Wednesday, February 14, 1968
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, Fttmy 14, SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL NOPC (AM) STAR, rfHrtHf If Qnfi! By OICK TURNER FUSH CORDON By riff 5H8W BARRY "St Valentine's Day? Well, don't just stand there! Call up my wife and tell her I love her!" -6oop!~aAT '&W,AU W7H60V6W, « t*i V> MA, Ut f M. I* Ml N>. OH. 'It's from Junior at home, He wants to know if the house is insured!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEG COCHRAN QUICK QUIZ BLONOIE By CHIC YOUNG THERE3 WO CALL FOR WE, VOU CLOP.' i KtJOW VOU-- THAT3 JUST OME OF VOUR STUPIP TRICKS TO OET ME OUT OF THE BATHROOM.' MOW HAMS UP AND SET OUT Of MV ROOM BEFORE Tit COME. OUT AMP GIVE ^ VOU A BELT OM .THE BU<3LE/ SORRY, WHOEVER VOU ARE ON THE LINE... THIS AIN'T ONE OP MY SISTER'S BETTER AWT^ OH, JAN' PICK. UP TMEPHCWE IWVOUR ROOM-IT'S FOR VOU; Q—-\Vhef6 is the'National Professional Football Hall of Fame? A—Canton, Ohio. Busts of outstanding players, team pictures, a recording of Jim Thorpe's voice and a 30-mln- ute film on football are featured. Q—\vho or tuhat was Bj/er* ly Turk? A—The famous Oriental stallion which, along with the Darley Arabian and Godolphin Arabian, was imported into England and started the breed we call Thoroughbred. TIZZY OH • •HAVE VOU0OT OAOWOOQ, I" WOULD YOU LlkE TO see FIGMT VOU WONT NE6D L A TICKET RDftT TW6 t MKAN f V JU5T BE AT MV v TONIOWT WWEN I f TKLL MV WIFE V. ' by Kate Osonn "^ ALLEY OOP By V. I HAMLIN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE NOT ME.' ^E > ^)) VJE OUSHTA ^ <30T EVERY- Ltr^ NOT Let .-THE PARTY DIE, ^ THINS BthliTHE NA*AC/ \ IOU6HTA <2U|t 0EFOR£\\MYCISAK/)THBWAY H& I V\Y U'SUAL COLD $TREAK,BUT i) 7 SAMD//^HOOT6 HE S :AU6Wt AMNE-Slft AND CAN'T / I NOW//- MUST RATE A r WOULPNT wwr MY HEAP t^ffT CdD TWATS WWY •-***' ^ ' FINE THING// A KING WITHOUT A CCXJMTRY/ MESS COUUDNT THAT/ FOR GOOD TW BY ARE NOW/ HAVE CXJR CROWNS t< IMI W MtA. IM. t M, In " «• '"• PTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER .UNCLB JAK&9 NOTE COULPA KEPT U5 WAITW TWO PAYS FOR HIMl IF DA OU5 15 STILL HEADED pi5,WAYi I'LL 5KIW- YBP, ftW OLD N/^ AL5O 06r "A TUB OP COP6ER OF THAT WATBR FOR AN INVALID PB5CRIPTION STOP- W IM HIS TRAILBR'. LAST MIGHT) Hfi'9 CK3T 7BM HOUIW HEAP BUT ORTBMT 10 W HARP TO CATCH 1 . OUR LITTLE CAR IAN BARBLY PULL PAT TWO-70W 5ULL UP DS9K WLl5i A5KEP TH'ROAP RWNO 5TAR TCK.TCK.'. PAT-9 PUH-H... PAT QA5 STATION AHEAP MIGHTA 5BEW HIM >m IT MW, he T>C Itf. VJ. M. 6H. iOOOCflQQD IMI k, NU, IM.TM, IM, Vt 'M DM BUGS BUNNY "Have you ever noticed that folks who like the same people are never as good friends as those who dislike the same people?" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER I'M COMING! I 1 ^ COMIN6! (MUNCH 1 , CHOMPI) ^OPE YA POK1'T\ ( MtNJP MY RUSHIN' IN- I GOT A LOT 0' PICKUPS T' MAKE) ; WW\- Sfi IF YA WANT T 1 SLIP \ k OPFTHAT VEST, I'LL ) TAKE IT ALONG! / F, >*» >l W<l«l I'M U»»« A*if. IMC ,. T u t,, U 1 f.i CHI ^ • '< ' ANY VALENTINES FOR ME, ARC M FALL \ ANY JUNK MAIL?* A LETTER PERWAPS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG FRECKLES OPF To'A.'veevs5oop FfS NOTYOURU FAPCT A \Vif4OOW, VPUVE BEEM ._. NICE ABouriHAT/ NOW CCXJLP L ' YOUR By HENRY FORMHALS ••• fKOVH ...THAT'S Opp... KEV AL.WAY5 PtT IIK&MEiK By HOMER SQHNEIOER WINTHROP By PICK CAVALLI OUT THiRi AWD §UV ©UR PRODUCT OR §0 HeiP Mi IU- FfMD' you you ARE AMP IU<TH ME IS BUT IT'P 6UBE BE HARP TO THAT 8BAMOY £<.QSH/A«S» AEOUAiP,..

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