Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 19, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 19, 1968
Page 6
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RBPC (Nil) ITAi) PflMlf Wf vftftf By DICK TURNER FUSHGOWOH * W * «*.»•«. f X I* it ta. M THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "Ed is opinionated, outapoken and unemployed , , , in that order!'* OUT OUR WAY By HEG COCHRAN "But, Dad, I CAN'T better my gradet! Tht only girl better than'Jinle on homework hat a bey friend who'i th« ichool middleweight champion I" QUICK QUIZ By CHIC YOUNG HOLC* fy WART/ £?M£C IVC OF WHAT M3L) IMTEMDTO C*5 ^ AWO WHEW TM rTvildSiPW THEKE, I WAMT VOU TO CUT y OT H>MW ID fl<UtL» dTF TM' OUT THAT FOOLISHNESS <f**~, TIP6 MARK. J 5IAW.Y AW066TOuTOFTMeTU»/) \ PfiKL OTF TH 1 TAPE/ ~Y NO,THANK VOU"<V, MOTTOOAV V- did the expres* sion "from pillar to post" come from? A— The ancient game of court tennis which was played In an enclosed courtyard where pillars, posts and balconies served as natural hazards to the flight of the ball. Thus a ball going from post to pillar and vice versa would be one that was skittering out of control. PQECIOU9 LrTTUB PLOWSftS W6PE 6POWN INM6AVBN AND LOVE TO 8PJNOJOY TO ALL WHO 86HOLO BLESS NOU ..-WOULD YOU CAPE TO BUY 9OM6 LOVELY FLOWEQ9PROM AklNOtV LITTLE Q— Who was- .the first U.S. president to be inaugurated in Washington, D.C.? A- — Thomas Jefferson, March 4, 1801. B>V. T. HAMLIH ALLEY OOP by Kote O»onn SURE! ASTRONOMV. MAW PHVSIC3, EVERVTW THE WORRV WART OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE UOW ABOUT A FOLLOW-J AW, UP UM.VA5.16XPKT THE -5H14H-^ FELT T^6«E WA5 AllCOUUDH'T KAWIEWE TO g&ABis H\T AT fl PLACE THE POLITICAL CONNEMTION4! )\FIRST 6UY THAT t 4UPP06E THOSE TV NEWS-/ ) COULO LLBE PEflEf?,-;) I RECOMOmON CHEWIW6 FOOT POWDER TO A CAPTAIN EASY IT TRAMP16P PA WOOP^ PO*W ANP RUINT HI9 TRAH.CR.8SFORB WB9OTIT TIBP TO ?<W6 TMB* 8V PA ROAP.. NOT •me WORLD BANK Q10 fl^ltOfl "What do you mean, Herbie? You can't say if you've mitsed me unless I tell you who I am!" AL VERMER By RALPH HEIMDAHL BUGS BUNNY YOU WANT ID GO PLACES IN LIFE, DON 1 mis COULD ee OF YOU'LL THANK US FOR BEAMERV SVLVESTER IS By WALT WETTERBERG By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS NEVER MlMP- I WON'T FORGET ,' MAKE A NOTAT»ON IM MY MEMO-BOOK, $0 I WOKJ'T F0R6ET TO 0UY A NgW WERE f LVfOOO / ITS TO BE EASY . J CAM'T VAQW TO , REMEM0ER 2 By WCK CAVALLI HOMER SCHNEIDER EIK i MEiK WHO® IT R36>,,, NIXON f HAVE THf V OUR TQ> MAkg A <SA/APAI<SN

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