Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 7, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, March 7, 1968
Page 6
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(DE6UNCE5 By GILL FOX MK (MO STM, ftMM ft (Kbit By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON iia.H.iA.Mli.in.iffifa.*- • nri IT no. IK t M. fa* tu. ht M. "Teen-agers these days will never learn anything from "Poor fellow! He wade the mistake of interrupting my ... Tk.JT.. .11 » M *k« ».u.a.* M . **ii*u« «* «•*»* ««k«rt" secretary while she was making a personal telephone call!" us. TheyVe all on the telephone talking to each other!' OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN ' IT MUST BE GREAT TO ^ p/ES.INPEEP/ IT'S GREAT NOT HAVE A N060IN 1 LIKE Ifl TO HAVE A HEAP LIKE A BEAR'S BAP'S, EH, MA* WO FUSSv \ HlPE/ ILL APMIT THERB'S NOT , NO MUSS, WO COMB.'JUST ) MUCH ACTIVITY ON THE SURFACE, PUSH THE WASH CLOTH / BUT THANK GOODNESS WHAT A LITTLE H16HER AW' KJU \ OO63 ON IM4U* IS MORE OOT A PATE THAT SHINES I PROPUCTIVE THAW A LIKE A VUAXEP , ^A WINP TUNNEL/ ^ £T \ THE GENERATION 6AP S-7 QUICK QUIZ 0—What was the real name of Mata HaH, the /arnotw spy of World War /? A—Gertrud Margarete Zelle. The Dutch-born spy, an agent for the German government, adopted the name of "Mata Han," meaning "Eye of the Morning," in Java some years before the war. Q—Does a tree benefit in arty special way by its fall colors? A—No. Fall colors are considered to be an incidental chemical reaction of no importance in the life of a tree. BLONOIE By CHIC YOUNG NOWH6R CAAD IS TAKING &OAAO6AS/ I'LL LET VOU CHAOGE THINGS ON MIME W6LL, OOH'T vOU COY/ TOOTSI6 DEAR SLOWDIE-THAT MEAN OL casotrcARD. OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE fs -fbil I! CRUMMY LUCK.' KA5M A .BACK AT A PAY V-.PHONE/ PULLS TH«EE /AVWWBE A ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN ...AN' IP VHADNT } "^--k^ALLeX THIS IS V* X MAK8 HAD MB TTAKB /^WRlO4T,_\ KEEN<5, OUR NEWJ WELL,-VTJQ? TH' JUMPS R3R{ KNOCK ITO»^ ) KN6INEe«l MX). WHBRB'R \ MOU TWO,.. VOU BE NOW purriNG wrTH OPERATING ( YAH HIS TIME MACHINE? CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER SIX MILE* TO A PUfrTBR! 0RiWe6 T &ULL A IOO-POUWD 5ACK. BUGS BUNNY "Jack got so excited when I said I'd go steady with him, he pinned his fraternity pin on my chiliburger!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL 73V*r& THE PASSWORD! I WANT A [ BETTER GBT 'EM.9ON.. PANCV BOX OF ^ TO K86P HIAA PAOflBOi CHOCOLATES, VOU CHBAP5KATB9- A 5TPAK..COCOMUT CAKfi»,BANANAJ> AKIP PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER rr I r LISTEN, WO/ OPEN THAT DOOR, OR WHEN I GET MV H>NDS ON YA. THERE'LL BE, A GOOD OPEN TH' POOR, CICERO! 'M GETTIN 1 SOAKEDl By HENRY FORMHALS By HOMIR SCHNEIDER I'M SURPRISED AT YOU. STUART/ LETTING ^l INSULT VOU LIKE THAT/ TH E WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG MV FATHER WA^ A 6HOT-PUTTER, AKJP MY (5RAMDFATHER WA^ A - PUTTER**.. .... GREAT-6RANPFATKER WA6 A (SREAT 6HC?T- ',, AMP MY 3REAT, AFRAIP TREY A PEAP WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI

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