Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on March 29, 1968 · Page 6
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March 29, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL By DICK TURNER PUSH GORDON <s± » IM * MA, H T* I* til M. If DAN BAIW OWSHf tOCHfCK/ A CH4NCE t itms ore, /\NP wnt wo MO*!.* THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "Stof th* ont about th« maidth who rtteeted W lov«r -' btcaust h« was losing hit hair!" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN "Which Mary do you want to talk to? Drtamboat or Tugboat?" BLONOIE By CHIC YOUNG QUICK QUIZ WO SITUATION CAN I MAKE A GUV LOOk! MORE STUPID THAN A BOSS WHO 15 CROWDED OUT OP A BOSSES'HUDDLE' WELL, WHAT DO VDU THIWK OP TH' OWE WHO'S RISKIW'HIS LIFE TO BE A SOMEBODY? HE VM3MT HEAR OR SEE A THINO .' S6S W M5W WWI3TUE POR CALUMO OOQS, Mft, BUMSTgAO ITS PITCHED SO WIOH THAT HUMAN EAftS CAN'T H6AQ IT JUST DOGS SOMBTHiNO W6NT * WRONO WJTH TH6 Q—W/iat w thcr' origin o/ the word "brunch"? A — The word was coined in Great Britain from the words breakfast and lunch. It has become a form of entertainment and is popular in the United States. Q — Why teas the shamrock selected as the national flower oj Eire? A — Because, according to legend, St. Patrick made use of the three small leaves of the shamrock to illustrate the doctrine of the Trinity. ByV.T. HAMLIN ALLEY OOP by Kate Osonn YE6, 1 KNOW WE'RE AHEAD •UT THERE'S / AND TMATLL ...SO WMV DONT / YBH.JOe... MXJ QO PUW (0« aOCF,..OR M*YBC\ HUNT DO A Lrrafi nsHiwa? OP SCHEDULE. BUT WITH THAT ASTEROtP BEARIKK3 DOWN OJ US, WE CAN'T AFFORD ANY SUPUPS 000tOIOfOOOffff« UK AT LEAST DO MOW TILI\ TWO WEEKS,.. THE TOWERS ARE SETI THE OVERFLOW By MAJOR HOOPLE OUR BOARDING HOUSE MY WORD,I'M HONORED EXPRESSION OP CONFIDENCE/ANP TME OTHER TWolOUR NATIONAL ORSANlZATlON OF ARE PUSHOVER^ WITH 60LP AND IMA6IKAT1VE MAO OR-— / NEW PRO6RAM4/—HAk-KAFF/ 5ISTRICT \\ VOU'LL PUT 'EMY BUT OF COURSE I'LL HAVE TO ^ LECTION, (DOWN LlKETHE^ COSJ6IDER MY OTHER MA30R.'/\ RR5TB£ER//\ K6SPON6I8IUTIES/ By LESLIE TURNER CAPTAIN EASY PO VOU WALK HOMJ5 FROM ALL. .NIGHT 5B$>IOM» AT TUB WA9HT you wowr/ SHITTUPI 6»T AWAV I WifiJiSl WMV WITH TMBM HANP91 ANP QUI*T»/PH ou' YBAH,«I NBBP TH' "Your lfttl« boy wai v«ry, very good, Mrs. Trav«n, I think h« hat tht m*atl«i!" PRACTI£N6 FOR TUt ^ By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER BUGS BUNNY ...WALKIM<3 TO THE LIBRARY WITW MY TWO DEAREST FRIENDS.' YOU AMD MY LIBRARY WHY DON'T YATRY THAT GIMMICK O' PICKIN' OFF TH' PETALS? HOORAY 1 SHE LOVES THAT'LL BE \ I WONDER DOLLARSxJlP PLOWERS SHE WON'T IFYA SHOWS UP WITH THOSE HOW ABOUT ANOTHER BOUQUET? TUIS IS WHAT I LIKE BEST PRISCILLA.. WILL HELP? PETUNIA'S MAD AT ME! GOOD IDEA I SHE LOVES ME, SHE LOVES ME f, IH4 t. Hit w ru l Ml MO" By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG PATE ON THE CALENRAR-n"5 KINP OF A To epT IF / HOUSE/ —x /^- ^ *' tf.fl* >-J^»/, .<.• *^ A *•'*'; ^.L''"^^'''--^*By HOMER SCHNEIDER By D(QK CAVALU ses^u^awju'.U'iU- s WHAT THS MPLW STRlUe R3KJAJ THe A CtOSER TiousHiR The UPP^R Tf FTH AUp •' ONMYTOO- IF vaa'ce ^ia^ TO FUTMV J

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