Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 6, 1968 · Page 4
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\ Saturday, April 6,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOP! (ARK) STAR, Printed ^ Offeit By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON IT IS Pl ASH WISHES HIM THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "Prince Charming today, WhatVFor-Dinner tomorrowl" OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN "I don't see why my folks are always kicking about the high cost of living. I think it's the best buy you ? ) /HERE--HERE.' I'VE HAP IT WITH THE \ I'," Ai.nr-^ccor-- ••» ' ) LOO<EE-TAS ' T ER-C>RIPPERSINTHIS W / AMP DIFFEREMT T -/ FAMILY.' FROM MOW OKI IT'S GOIKlftTO I LOOKS AWP SMELLSJ BE OPERATION MOP-UP BEFORE 7 -—^^OOD/, ^V "-EAVISIG THE SCEKJE.' y -^ HEROES- ARE MADE -MOT QUICK QUIZ Q — What motto appeared on the first American coin? A—The first American coin was a one-cent piece minted in 1787. It had 13 links representing the 13 original states and bore the motto "Mind your business." 0— Are geysers common throughout the world? A—Among nature's rarest phenomena, they exist in significant numbers only in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, Iceland and New Zealand. can get!" BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG NO, PL6AS6, M« DITHERS, CANT WE JUST SHAKE HANDS ON IT'-? MY BOY--I'D TAKENOU IN MY ARMS AND WE'D CJANCE DOWN MAIN STREET MR. DITHERS WHAT WOULD YOU DO IP 1 TOLD YOU I LANDED THE OIGBY ACCOUNT? by Kate Osann ALLEY OOP OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE M ftUT HOW <_ '"COULD IT t RMALLV FOUND IT/ "MA3OPATHE-V 6A.VE- A 6ET THEK6 f^ Z. UCOPLE A^MOUMCED I MORE £PACEj) THEY PON'T tODAV HE' 1 * A CAMDIPATE FOR \\ TO A t>O6 ' ALLOW THE OWL/5 CLUe/ HE'LL ATTEMP tWE PI6TKICT MEETIW& IN A TO •SEEK m &E6IONAU NOMINATION/ BUGS BUNNY IT WOL)LD BE NICE IF YOU WOULD CGANKTHE BED SO I CAN SIT UP! C'N I DO ANYTHIN 1 FER YA WHILST HERE, ELMER? THERE YA ARE ANYTHIN' ELSE? — ByV.T. HAMLIN A MAN? I THOUGHT [ WB-L, WHATCHA \ THERE WERE NO MEKJ THINK I AM, A / OH, YOU'RE AT THE TIME OF \ MOOMPITCHER? I REAL ENC3UQH, TH' DIKJOSAURSi r^^ ^^___i-^t\AU, RK3HT... A DINOSAUR BEFORE I'M CONVINCED/ CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER NO... A PCCTOR OP 9CIEMCEI WORKS FOR "You mean you'll pay $5 for the baby sitting'job? Oh well, what's another ex-boyfriend more or less?" By RALPH HEIMDAHL •rDUMEAN A VETi E-H. WHAT !W YOUR DOCTOR'S OFFICE, LULU KIWDA MI5LEP VOU MOLT ME- JOB, MERVVN. PR. COE AIN'T A PEOPLE- POCTORJ YOUR WORK 19 NO BU5INE99 OP MINE TILL YOU'RE MV SRIPEi LUVi THEM YOUR JOB WILL K PAMPER/MS MfJ I CAN'T HARPLV REALIZE I 90CLO5T TO TH' PRICILLA'S POP YOU'RE A LUCKY PERSON/ PRISCILLA By AL VERMER IT'S NOT EVERY QIRL WHO HAS HER OWN PIANO. 1 f WHERE DID I "\ ? WRON©!?«?X 2 I } FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS WHwr po YOLI \ irtoo^ , SUPPOSE HE 60T A 5ONJ6 FCON\ ' ' HOW UOUL.D "TUAT77JULW? / A PiMOSAUP-i / / KMOW? THAT WAS IMH( IMINC3. ,^ L-.-'.d. A WILD GUESS , ••*" - 1 ( FPOM LEFf 1 THIMK YOLJ'CE \ r, pAkv? / y x [ \VCOM6.. ( MERBIVOROU? (• PlMOSAUE. ( P6LOM6EDTO THE GEMUS PLOPOC*.»S: r ACTUML/, WHAT I : WAS THE" FOUC.TM PI6lf THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER VVINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI N ' 4). SORRY ett' I'M &UT I KEbP STAVIMG M CCASS "S •' WANNA 6EEAN PICTURE'? i ME I VVA-3A LITTLE KID.

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