Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 24, 1968 · Page 6
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

Hope, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 24, 1968
Page 6
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Wednesday, April 24,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOPE (AM) STAR, By DICK TURNER Printed Uy Offset FLASH GORDON I? 1*1 b, MU. IK TM d. US M OH "Tell Mr. Robinson's staff to watch out. He started off by complaining about too much riboflavin in the cornflakes!" C, 1941 b. HtA. l«. T.M »ij. US fit. Oil. THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM .OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN "Well, it wouldn't hurt to go in and SEE if they have something in a price that will fit you!" BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG I'P LIKE TO PRESENT MY SIDE FOR A CHANGE, AWP SPARE YOU A LONG LAMEMTON HOW BROKE HE IS-AND WHAT A HEARTLESS MOTHER HE HAS BECAUSE SHE WOW'T EVEN LEWD HIM MONEY FOR A NEW PAIR OF BASEBALL SHOES.' WHAT YOU WON'T HEAR IS GAVE HIM MONEY FOR. THEM A WHILE BACK AMD HE BLEW IT OM SOMETHING ELSE.' I REST MVCASE.' THE EXPOSE QUICK QUIZ Q — Why is cashmere wool such an expensive product? A—The average-sized cashmere goat gives only about three ounces of the downy fleece that makes up this wool. Cashmere goats live principally in Tibet and India. Q—Who started the raisin industry in California? A—Priests, Jesuit friars and Franciscan padres. The padres planted fruit trees and vines around their missions to help supply Indian settlements with food. TIZZY OH, (YOU'RE HOPELESSLY ^ —C ROMANTIC/ NOBODY COULD MAKE A UVERWUR.ST SANDWICH LIKE YOU.' THAT SCHOOL PICNIC PINKLEY PARK OA0WOOO/ WHEN WAS THE FIRST TIME YOU REALIZED YOU LOVED ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE NOT ME, AMOS.'FROM v WHAT I'VE SEEN MALF 1 HATE TO LEAVE VOJ.MARTHA, MY LOVE-,^ A PRESS NOW SELLS 0UT i HAVE TO PERFORM MY civic UTV/-AFTEK;rM NOMINATE,?? THE PRESS WILL WAMT FAMILY 4HOT£ -*~ SO PERHAPS YOU CAN PASS THE TIME 0V -SHOPPING FOR A ; FANCV 60WN / FOR TWICE THE PRICE / WOULPN'T 6ST ENOU6H U5E OUT OF IT/ Kote a u u <ifl mi Muu WELL, I ALWAYS PIP VMONPER IF A MOPERN MAN COULP SUCCESSfTJLLY COMPETE FOR SURVIVAL IN SUCH ..NOW •ERHAPS WE'LL FINP MAK4OMAKJ, \ CLOTHING 3F...AND -OST AS MAM COULP aRCUMSTANCES CAPTAIN EASY HURRY< GUARP! LULU \ / y \ \ / / ^s \ / / \ By LESLIE TURNER BUGS BUNNY 'My father says we've talked on the phone long enough —why don't you come over?" By RALPH HEIMDAHL ffu^jas^iwagijL 5KW n- PATA M m **&-! feuJjj^S 00§AT I ANOTHEFieiKE S)UICKLV A 9HAPOWV 3» FIOORE SUP5 IW THE QATE UN?EEfO... KEY IN HI* HANP PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER (HEY, SYLVESTER; ?\ YER TRUCK'S / LOADED AN' . T 1 WOW WAS TME LODGE MEETINS/- FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS HOUSEHOLD By WALT WETTERBER6 WHY POE5 A PAY LIKE WERE ONLV A <3AM6STE(Z. IfA SUPPOSEP TO BE A \NHATS THIS APOUT 'H05T1M6 A FALL, ON A PAY UKE THIJ? PL^Y i'W CALLED EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By WCK CAVAUI THAT VOU HAVE THERE? \\ « HH k| MM, IM. TW. l«l US r«t Oil THE MA&S TO PUT UP WlW WISE GUVS, V'KUOVU/ / I'MJU€)TAVA>WNG ( <$ANpw<cH£^... jciey V ^NP i Ape <SOINS ^7 ON A s». ' fr I I ft

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