Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 23, 1968 · Page 8
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April 23, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 8

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, April 23,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AMI STAR, Printed t* Offset By DICK TURNER FLASH GORDON © 1*1 tr NM, l«. TM. It). U.S. M. Oil. HI DIN OF aAwsiNS §eus TURNS AS tHE SfEfPLfc WALLS 6ROAN AN0 TREMBLE... ...THEN SLOWLY START TO CRUMBLE/® THE BORN LOSER By ART SANS0M "My, what a lovely day! It would be a shame to spoil »t bv crettiho- imi" K by getting up!' OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN "Trouble is, Mom, even this OLD math seems to be a little too new for Pop!" GCOP GOSH, ^*/ 1 ASKED THE OROCERTO TIE ON THE WHAT HAPPENED) UMBRELLA so i COULD CARRY THIS " THIS TIME r^£Z\ STUFF, BUT IT KEPT SLIPPlSJ' POWM ' I PIPU'T PO ANYTHING ABOUT IT 'CAUSE 1 KNOW HOW STEAMEP YOU'P6ET IF THE GROCERIES GOT WET--SO JUST PON'T STAMP THERE, MY BACK'S KILLIW ME/ „_ V i' '^ , '' THE WORRY WART QUICK QUIZ Q —What are the oldest living things? A —The bristlecone pines in the White Mountains of California. Of the 17 specimens established by ring count to be over 4,000 years old, the extreme example began its growth about 2640 B.C. Q —When was the American Legion organized? A—In March, 1919, about 1,000 veterans of the American Expeditionary Force met in Paris, France, to form the American Legion. TIZZY BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG BUT BY TK6 TOKEN,. WE GET. ALOTOP THRILL DOESN'T IT DISCOURAGE PEOPLE FROM COMING WHY WOULD YOU PUT UP A SIGN THAT? EAT HERE AT YOUR OWN RISK by Kate Osann ALLEY OOP ^ q-*t> OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE DOMTjlTHAT CAKU O.K., YOU &£ ff\<? $0 OLD } WlSC6Liy$, <, THE OWLS CLUB AMY STICKY / THE RADIO) STILL / COOL IT-— YOU CAN'T WILL LET SOU DRIVE // TAPE, ) / 8ROAU>- \ ! ^L)V Me TO THE DISTRICT ] MA^OK-^JJ c~AeTiM6 \ I LIKI ELECTION!' T(M AMD/j VOU'LU f/MARATMONj XAMVMORE/ WILL. PECOKATE y PULL A r YOUR CAP />—YPOOR OFF-V f \f y \\ \ By V. T. HAMLIN NOBODY YOU KNEW...HIS NAME WAS JOE KEENO, AN EKJGINEER FROM TH' EOTH CENTURY/ MY GOO'NESS, OOP, WHERE VOL) BEEN? NOD LOOK AWFUL; ..BANK GAVE WAY AN 1 POWN HE WENT... A CERATOSAURUS /OH,HOW GOT TO MM BE- ( AWFUL- FORE I COULD.' YEH.GUZ...I JUST LOST A FRIEND BACK IN TH 1 BIG SWAMP... BUT OOP IS MISTAKEN... JOE KEENO IS STILL ALIVE ...BUT FOR HOW LONG? T.M. >••. U-S. PM. OH CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER HAVE SOU GOWE SWRKi RAVING WAPl TURN ME L0056, r 5/«Pi HELP! 'Eddie was teaching Dee Dee karate and she accidentally knocked him unconscious!" PR- R0HATCH! I-.I WEEP YOUK-ER-APVICE REfiARPIN' MB 1 MARK WSB 1 I'LL RECOMMENP A P5VCHIATRI5T IP— UNHAUPME, MAPAMl WOT TIU. COP& ARRIVB WITH ME SCOT!AW P YARP F/ANCE- WHO TRACXEP YOU POWNi AT THI& HOUR? WHAT HA9COWEOVW YOU. LULU BELLE? 6UILT WRirrero AIL OVER YER FACE. YOU KILLERi IH» kr NU. l«. TM «- U.S. PM. OH BUGS BUNNY By RALPH HEIMDAHL WICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER WANT DESCRIPTION OP THE WHKT THEY PUSHED W AMD FOLLOWS THOSE" KJPSWHO REPOfZ-T- ARE ^To PDB A BLOCKS, FINALLY NOW THERE S TALK OF A BONE BANK it W SC\ • ALWAYS COMING 1 UP WITW ^ SO *L FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG OKAY; WATCH THE BIRDIE, CICERO I VER SOME WNC3 0' WISE KID 1 . OUST POtLER ME! WHAT I REALUY 5HOULP VO, 1$ MAVE ALU/IAINOM, AtL-WEATKER WINDOWS IM^TAULEP VERY CLEVER, BUGS! COULD BE <bO\Jr COOR6E W6KT MOW NVKERE PO ALU THE <5O WHEN VOU /145JFP ONE EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI I CXXO'T \AJAkJT TO MAKE OJBIE. OR AWVWIMG °' LAST VEA.RS —^s HU. >n i¥ i>i us f.i on LOOK, DO ME A FAVOR. ? JUST WATCH THE y BUV THE PRODUCTS AMP SHUT UP! WAHTCH VOUR STtR BU^rr&R.OR I JUST MIGHT GO OUTDOORS THIS ITS AWRJLLV PU »- ..\V-UtJ 71 THIN^ I'LL GO CXJTe>\DE FOP A V x WANTa WHAT ICINOCr OET&iGeNT TO

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