Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on May 27, 1968 · Page 7
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 7

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JJHM9, mi 21, 1968 "SIDE GLANCES By BILL FOX CARNIVAL HOK (MR STM, By DICK TURNER Mfrt wf ftf Offnf FLASH GORDON <B 1M« V, NU, | K . m I,, U.S. M. Ml By DAN BAWY If PO£3N'f /WAKE CRACKPOT PRACTICAL JOKER t?0 RWflN<33 WITH -*< PIGMENTS THAt THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM "What did you DO to make my Arnold throw rocks at you?" OUT OUR WAY ByNEGCOCHRAN VEAH, 1 STARTED TH 1 PISH WASHER--AKJ 1 IT TOOK SOME POIM' TO SQUEEZE MY MUPPV V GALOSHES IN WITHTH 1 PIRTV DISHES.' 1 F/<3- \ URE 5IMCE VOU DOM'T HAVE TO WASH 'EM BV h HAWP AMV MORE, WHY SHOULD I KEEP y CLEAMINJ' MV OVERSHOES THE HAR-D WAY/ "I was wrong about Jimmy never being serious! He sure wasn't kidding about not having enough for both dessert and cab fare!" BLONDIE By CHIC YOUNG QUICK QUIZ Q—When was Dec. 25 adopted as the date for the celebration of Christmas? A—In 354, by order of Bishop Liberius of Rome. The date was probably chosen because the feast of the sun, or winter solstice, was a Roman feast celebrating the victory of light over darkness. This idea was easily turned from a pagan to a Christian one, since Christians consider Christ as the light of life. (Newspaper Enterprise Association) I WISW EVERY CHICKEN HAD A HUNDRED LEGS IT WOULD NEVSR WORK LAV AN see, STEP ON IT byKateOsann ALLEY OOP OUR BOARDING HOUSE By MAJOR HOOPLE E6AD, BILL,THAT'4 BUT 1 WONT LET VOU -IT'S WO WONDER THE 3FT NOISf BL)65J\ DO ALL THAT WITHOUT 60ME RETURM/t IN-5IST' ON MY PAlNTlN6S/ fOL), MA3OR--YOU NEED 5OUNJO- PROOPIN6/ f?ICK ANP I WILL e>OM6 6TUPF ON YOUR WALLS/ 6ET .THKOU6H YOU'LL "gfe QiETEf?"THAM A DOLLAR PARAK6ET/ TO TELL A Ff?iEMP_ AN ByV. T. HAMLIN HOWD VOU f I PUNMO, OOP... EVER GETOUTA V JUST DUMB LUCK I GUESS,.. ...THAT AND TWO BITS A TWENTY-FIVE CENT >-— ^YEH...r GUESS DOC PIECE...THAT'S WHAT/...FROM THERE A MUST HAVE KNOWN I MADS THIS KNIFE ( ON, THE REST } THAT TOO . OUT OF.., __X WAS EASY CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER I5MT THI& THE PAY PAPPV& A RISHf! 10,000 OF'EM EMPLOYEES PRESfeWT HIW WITH J CHIPPEP IK) FOUR BITS PORTRAIT, WA5H? MiT TO HAVE MARMADOKE KOONTZ PAIWT A £5,OOO PICTURE OF MR.McKEE! •BUGS BUNNY "But, Father, with the new math you're not supposed to count on your fingers!" By RALPH HEIMDAHL PRICILLA'S POP I THOUGHT YOU \ WELL, I DIP... / i CONTRIBUTED MUCH ) TO MAKE UP THAN THAT! IT5 UNFORTUNATE THAT MR. KOOWTZ AWP PADPX RUB EACH OTHER WROWS WAY! , , BUT HE5 TH' TOP PORTRAIT PAINTER IN TH« STATE ANP WE WAMTEP FOR 5O/WB CHEAPSKATES WHO PIPN'T GIVE A PIMEJ By AL VERMER 1TO ASSUME' YOU A DON'T PLAN TO INCLUDE A (GROAN 1 .) ER LUCKY YA DONIT HAVE r CARRY A1& URVi! (YOU AM' VER SHORTCUTS/ SVLVESTER! ALLOW TO CARRY YOUR BAG, SI RE! ' —* OPERATOR, WILL YOU TELL ME PRISCILLA NUTCHELL'S ' PHONE NUMBER. N AS IN NEOPLATONISM, U AS IN UMBELLIFEROUS, T AS IN TRYPANOSOMtAlS. C AS IN CAE-SALPINIACEOUS, H AS IN.... PLEASE? By HENRY FORMHALS By WALT WETTERBERG THE BILLETS ITS A MATINS *&|ZAJN" ANJP L PULT IT FOR. / (Fit PpoJEcn y KELP CATS AA)D AloT veay MOW WOUUD LIKE TO MAVE A SfEP FOBUJAUP IM me FIELD OF ENOU6K —THAT'£ WHAT IT . ANIMALS, MO BROTMER IM»bf NU. l« TM. I.) US M Ort. ., EEK & MEEK By HOMER SCHNEIDER WINTHROP By DICK CAVALU

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