Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 15, 1968 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 15, 1968
Page 9
Start Free Trial

f, Frtrwrj IS, 1988 [IDE GLANCES By BILL FOX CARNIVAL (IK (UK) 5f«, WiW Sf WMI By DICK TURNER FUSN • MM* NU. h,,tM b» ttt-M OH fc IW W HU, („. T«. i« u.t. M. OH If DAN MWY SET Mf Aoy f?6 JUSt tAKEN Off WITHOU Cf.'AR THEM ON W BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM r our cut i" foreign aid, but they DIDN'T grumble about furnishing their own rocks!" JUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN How do you act toward the boas' son? The same way you'd act toward any other new employee .,, you expect to be taking order* from §oon!" TAUKIW6, St>U Lime AW' RIGHT THERE'S WHAT SEPARATES THE FINANCIERS FROM TH 1 FLIJWKIE5.' - HE DOES HIS 8ROW£lk" WHEW ITS TOO LATE TOSPEWPHI5 LOOK AT HIM/ GOLPIE KEPT RK5HTOUGOIM 1 TO THE BANK WITH HIS MONEY NEVER, EVEM SLOWEP DOWN WHEW WE STOPPED HERE TO . , LOOK/ I* BROWSIN'TCOSOOW QUICK QUIZ Q~How did Delaware earn the title of the "First State"? A—By being the first of the 13 original states to ratify the Constitution on Dec. 7, 1787. Its representatives in Congress have always had the honor of leading the parade of states when presidents are inaugurated. Q—\y hat European language has remained essentially unchanged for a thousand years? A—The Icelandic language. (N«wipop*r Enterprise Aiiodotlon) BLONOIE By CHIC YOUNG I WANT THEM OO VOU WANT THBM IN SPOQT CLOTHH3 OO. POQMALATTtRfi? OOLESS6D AND PSAOV J f TOGO ^ CHICKENS^ by Kate Osann *$ BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE •DOES THAT STAND RPR CRlMI- , MARTHA/ WOW'6 THE StRLAri ASSOCIATION, JAKE ?BUT US 8ACMELORS CKY^-iCOME IN—I BEEft WHEN WE'RE -51TTIN' VI THROW KlNFOLK OUT HOTELS IM LONELVl B NO CARD ."SAVIN" I WAS <-OM,IN v — THE CIA DON'T 6IVE A MtkTH NOTICE / BETTER MOT UNPACK, 3AKE = e 1HI Vi NU. W. TM. b, Ui M. OH. ALLEY OOP ByV. T. HAMLIN I'M GEniM* 71REP, <3UZ... WHERE WE v..I HAVEN'T /T'VMOULDNT 80 . MAD MUCH I SO BAD IF WE DUNNO... EXPERIENCES WEREN'T GO BEING A / TERRIBLY HOMELESS ( ALL ALONE KINO COMPANY/ FLOWER "N WEW CHIIMCN J MOT/ FLOWBRS AWAY/ CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER BUGS BUNNY 'The trouble with history is you can't bluff your answers. There's no way to change what's already happened!" By RALPH HEIMOAHL JAKe »JLRAIL X Hfi SAID HITCHHIKERS ROBRBD 15 QCTTIM' \HIMt Z TOOK HIS CHECK FOR . -. . i A COUPLE ioo POUWP pisoewrsAV^ H6 STOPP6P HERB LCSS'k HOUR AGO! .. rrBOUNCSS.ttL-™^, ..., , „.,,, PESCRIPTIOM Of TMOSB HITCH- / UAME- U POH-HM.OOSHI PAT'S x COTTOHSBBO MOKB CAKB DBW M05T CAKB, SOW-A POLKS EAT IH A WBBKiy CjaiTJ.fi PBBP! LBfSSBB HIS CHECK-OMYi MB MUST M 6TOPPIP U- PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER I'M OFP TO TAKE MY / MAVBE I'VE BEEN MIS-JUDGIN 1 TH' KID! &SU4LLY ( HE'S GOT TEN > EXCUSES FE(? ' /V0r TA<IN' IT! ^ BERNARD IS SO ATTENTIVE SINCE OUt? TRIP TO HAWAII/ HE KEEPS TELLIN© ME I HAVE LOVELV WULA HANDS' IF HE THINKS -ST HWATEf?/ ZYV / DECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS is ALL MY FAULT! i STARTED THIS PiKe —.AMD Ppp,We«NOT6&TTiN6 WATER' Hose.' ILL CLIW.& POWM AND FlS IF/ By WALT WETTERBERG / WELL, LET'$ see.,..,, LIPSTICK,.. 6HAR6E PLATE ..WAIR i Mf EK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHRQP By OICK CAVALU WHAT AKA I WASTIUG MY TIME GIT VWR HAIMD OFF THAT V 1^ THE- MAS^ MEDIA ARE GfcTTIkje TOO BiG TO TAMPER VUITK ' '? I -3^. F JA/STE4PPF 4 ,T"tB^? L_ r \ *'jy^>

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 7,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free