Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on April 25, 1968 · Page 6
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April 25, 1968

Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 6

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il 25,1968 SIDE GLANCES By GILL FOX CARNIVAL HOtt (AW STAR, Pfiitt ttf ft Offset By DICK TURNER 'PLASH 1 fy DAN BAWtY "What's this I hear about you talking back to your teaching machine?" OUT OUR WAY WELL, IT WAS YOU WHO TOLD ME TO WALK HIM FOR. A FEW MIMUTES.' HE MUST'VE GOT A WHIFF OF A RABBIT OR. SOME- THIM'--J CAW'T HELP IT IF HE JERKEP TH 1 LEASH OUTA MY HANPANP TOOK OFF.' ALL RIGHT/ SCRAPE THAT MUP OFF BOTH OF VOL) AMP FIMISH UP WITH THESE.' OH, WHY DON'T I LEARM...FROM WOW ON WE LEAVE THAT MUDLARK HOME IM WET r-^AUD HIM, WEATHER/) (TOO,MOTHER.' 8*1066 TO if* F6 seeouos. By ART SANSOM THE BORN LOSER right after the "Comes in hers every single day . , 12 o'clock news!" By CHIC YOUNG R6MEM8ER—1 MAJORSD IN LOGIC AT SCHOOL IP I OION'T TELL.YOU HOWCOULD I WAVE ftEMEMSERED THAT YOU VOU FORGET THAT BLOMDIE, WHERE'S DINNER? J EATING OUT TONISHT; DEAR.? By NEG COCHRAN QUICK QUIZ WHY MOTHER.S SET GRAY f ^^,.t ,- ,..V,! Q— On what continent did many of the world's great religions originate? A—Asia was the first home of every one of the world's great religions. Christianity, Buddhism and Islam all began in Asia, as did Hinduism, Judaism and Taoism. Q—I/ it were possible for a man to stand on the sun, how much would he weigh there? A—A man weighing 150 pounds on the earth would weigh nearly two tons on the sun. TIZZY by Kate Osann ALLEY OOP ' OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE DID VOU ) ( E6AD.\ llT'4 3U9T EVER C / EVERY- ( \ THEIR THE OLT? J f VOL) 60TTASITHIMK OF// ONE CHARIOT KABE-KlDDlN'Al) ADDIN'HlMTERESTED MU6T-TWNK I'VE MADry <pOME OF H IN THE OWLS)\TO 6EE WE'RE AT /\ FASTER \(tHE MODERN]ELECTION !J\ A CAR LOOK AT THEM OF ZOOM. 1 ) BARROW/ \4PRlN6S 1 THE CAfAPAI6N Utl k, NIA, W T W l. 4 US fol Oil, I'D LIKE TO SO BACK IN THE PIRECTION OF THAT HIGH BANK I FELL OFF OF... ...BUT WITH THAT MONSTROSITY PATROLLING THE AREA, I WOULDNT HAVE A CHANCE- ...AND OUr-WAfTING HIM SEEMS TO BE OUT OF THE QUESTION TOO. ...SO I'LL HAVE TO MOVE IN ANY DIRECTION THAT'S OPEN...AND TRUST TO UJO/1 NIA. l«. T.M. «.«. U.t >rt. 0«. •ftpa.SV''? }V.?»'.- CAPf AIN EASY By LEStlf flNER BUGS BUNNY 'Geography is a lot easier to take when you get it but of vacation folders!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PR.ffQWTCH A .LER? JUPA5I cops> ARE pue AWV Miwure WITH TH 1 SCOTLANP YARP IM&PECTOR WHO TRACKEP WLU6R POWM! THI5 OUTRAeB WHEU _ IM THE GATE'. I THE VAULT QUICKLV OPPWEP WITH THE (C «*l kl HU. !«•. TU «.. U.S. PRICILLA'S POP By AL VERMER 7 HEY, BUSS! EVERY TIME YOU PASS MY TABLE YOU SPILLSON\E- THINJG ON MEi TRY MOVIN 1 YER\ CHAIR T 1 A DIFFERENT SPOT, ELMER i iVEMO/EO 7W/C& ALWEADYi I DEMAND/OKAY, IF YA FEELS A DRAFT, YA'LL OUST HAVE TUVE WITH IT! I DON'T WANT NO DISSATISFIED t 'HI ki WIIMI lin.- i«T«« A/n. IM. T U l.i U J f.t. OH. FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS THE WILLETS By WALT WETTERBERG P~ ^ •••• PUT we , ,„ v , ONLY REHEAP5IM6 \ &?VS,£OiJ OUC LIMES R3K A ) 9ll, JST SCHOOL PL^Y ABOUT ^IRL FOP- TMI6 16 _.-. - . - , WOR6T I'VE EVER 6EEN .' IT'6 DOWNRI6HT , • PAINFUL. TO WATCH J IF »T'6 TMAT BAP, WHY PON 1 T VOU SEE IF THE TURN-OFF WORK6 f EM JOY WATCH IM6 EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI \*t k> HU I.. TM I'l Ul N> Oil 0-> ^yj & } 3 UJELLL, SO NAUCH FOR + -4S LA6T N/GHT J DCSWCD I BBATiUPTHAT AN.e CAT, , r / B / (26A I ITTDHIAA... ] I row/ FUW/ y V - (^ (5/(3H ) THAT WA6> A

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