Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 24, 1968 · Page 4
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 4

Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 24, 1968
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ttttr. Mn*» 24, SIDE 6UNCES M .By Ml ffi CARNIVAL PlrF \AflfJ STIR* rrtfrtll If Ornffl Bf PICK TURNER FLASH GORDON "' '** to 'M*. W TJB. IK Ml M «•' "Stop b«»fing about the happy ending, Glover. An occasional retreat from reality might be good for you!" "Why don't you itop har crying Ilk* you do Mom? Civ« h«r a ertdft card to play with!" so HO d*it £6010 WtH<3uf CIEA8AHC6' OUT OUR WAY ON, (SRAMf? HOP IW.' I'M ONLY <30lW TWO BLOCKS OVER, BUT I'LL =k PROP VOU OFF AT THE STORE NEVER MIMC?.' J TOLD VOUR i'P WALK TO THE STORE FORMER GROCERIES LIKE i ALWAYS HAVE, AMD THAT'S WHAT I'M 6OWMA DO... AND IT'S TWO MILKS AWAV NOT TVJO BLOCKS/ AT THH RATE VDLTRE SOIW WHEW >OU OET TO BE MVAGE SOUR LESS WOM'T 6V6M CARRV VtXJ FROM YOUR EASV CHAIR TO THE OARAGE.' ByNEG COCHRAN QUICK QUIZ BIONOIE By CHIC YOUNC Q-—HOW old was Solomon when he was anointed king of all Israel? A—It is not known when Solomon came to the throne, but the Bible uses the round number 40 years when speak* ing of the length of his reign. Q—When dtd the gasoline automobile make its first appearance in this country? A—In 1893. Frank Duryea, a toolmaker, operated the first successful gasoline automobile in Springfield, Mass. TIZZY HAV6 AN/V ON THE VtT? I'VE HAD A TMOUSHTS ABOUT IT &UT J L.OST TH6M !|ir AS A MATTER OP PACT v (OCAS H>V«Se6N WHISTLING TMPU MY H6AO ALL DAY WKUUTPtV OS/BQ. VOUQ, BAA MAY0B YOU CAN ON6 OP by Kot«0iann f • • r.) OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE THAT 4HISH KAWIENIE\ s TO BE THE N THEM CUBES POM'T PDLLHTHE MA3OR/LV^AN O" WAR OP THE THE WOOL OUTA JAKE f/ HE KEPT LO^/KFOOD BU^lNES^ / WOOPLES EY66ALL^ ///ALLTHOSE VeARC) I Wl$W 1 MAO A HEP&6 WWEP;& I <i 6LJT HE RMALLY/TP^ &UCK5 RlPIN* 6ETTUE REAL LOW-) \HlT tT DOWN / lLLj3AXE GRAB _ TW&BA1T-2 ALLEY OOP «H H MA, !«. TJH b» «4. M. M. •y V. T. NAttUN «/ CMONl WE'LL SO SHOW \ THIS THOSE DIRTY SOUtNKS J LlTTUe THEY CANT TAKE OVER /MANPFUL OUR COUNTRY/ -IX OP US? ...WB WOULDN'T A . CHAAJCEl / WHATCMA MBAW, _ JUftT LW? ...TH 1 CHOWD SMOUU)A 0OT BACK THBR* NOW... TH' RUCTOW HAS ALREADV flTARTED/ CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TUHNEI MB BMAIN R»BL* AT UWCLB JAWf , PIMMW Pt#.THEFT ON U*. SHfiRIPP.. CAW PROVB TO «T PA KB WARP 1 ITT«ACK* 0^ ) WB l» A* UN«RATIT00Pl X8» UJUUUUI11 > t JCJUABI.MB Of UM g IV "I'm afraid I'm hooktd on I at* night taltvition. Ttort art so many hittorictl program—like movivt that wtr« mad* btfort I waa born!" THIN VOU-VB wormw* TO MOOKTIMrr W«V- ..gy. , OUT rmAtmr P«M MAMILM MM MWK QUICK,.. »rro w» AWT ron BUGS BUNNY MOT MILK WILL?\ PUT YA T' SLEEP IN A HURRX, SYLVESTERjy 1 SORRY I'M KEEPING YOU AWAKE, BUT I CAN'T SLEEP, GUV'NOR! By RALPH NEIMDANL PRICILLA'S POP Al. VERttEl •i IT'S WORKIN' LOOK AT THE/A DROOPY FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHUS ^^T'UKE TO RE6ORT TO CHEAP TRICKERY TO 6ET ATTENTION 71 By WALT WETTEffBERG „„. BUT IF I'M TO B& rvE GOT TO ae WHERE THE. ATTENTION /S ."f® n 1IK I By HOMER SCHNIIQER WINTHROP By DICK CAVAUI

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