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C • &' i' IF.'. MOPiv $ T A K, ' H 0 Mi ' A* ITA HS A S SS/F/ED Ads Must Be In Office f>a? Belofft Publication lumber of One Three Six ^One S>- \Vord3 Op to 15 .. 16 to 20 .. 21 to -25... 26 to 30.. 31 to 35 .. 36 to >0 .. 41 to 4o .. 46 to 50 ... Day Days Days Month .43 .90 i.50 4.50 .60 1.20 2.00 6.00 .73 1.50 2.50 7.50 .90 1.80 3.00 9.00 1.05 2.10 3.50 10.50 1.20 P.40 4.00 12.00 1.35 2.70 4.50 13.50 1.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 Rates are for Continuous Insertions Only • All Want Ads Casn In Advance • Not Taken Over the Phone For Sale SIX NEW INNERSPRING MAT- tresses. Martin Mattress Co. Phone 119. 30-31 FIVE ROOM HOUSE. GOOD condition. Big corner lot. Plenty of outlet. C. W. Yancey. 513 South Walnut. Phone 578-W. 29-Gt SO^ACRE FARM. 3 ROOM HOUSE, outbuildings. Team and all farm- ins; implements. Polly Moody. Emmet. Rt. I. $1.700 cash. 29-6t TWO ROW JOHN DEERE TRAC- tor, middle burster, breaking plow, mower, disc and cultivators. J. O. Johnson, Jr. Columbus. 30-3t 12' CYPRESS BOAT WITH'5 H.P. outboard motor. May be seen at Hempstead County Lbr. Co. 30-3t FALL CABBAGE PLANTS. SEE Monts Seed Store. 31-61 Real Estate for Sole NICE LOT 90 FT. FRONT WITH five room house needing repair. Quick sale price $2.500. Floyd Portcrfield. SIX ROOM HOUSE. MODERN, • hardwood floors, walking distance. Price $5,500. $3,000 cash, balance like rent. Flovd Porter- 2-6t Tigers Prove too Much for El Dorado By The Associated Press Little Rock's lerrific Timers beat the tar out ot' highly regarded F.l Dorado last 'litjht. and \oday Oie football citizenry of i\rVansns :'elt certain that the only thing left in the stale nit'h school title' i.-a were the 'ormal motions more weeks of regular season play This Curious World By William Ferguson 21 ACRES. 4 ROOM HOUSE AND barn, six miles south on highway only , Plnyoffs. Dorado was considered vhr team in the state with /nuc'n 29. School Hatch. of a chance of stopping Uie torrid Tiger pace, but ihe Wildcats ONE PAIR COMPUTING SCALES, good condition. One cold drink box,, size .7 case. Apply Little Food Palace. Main at 12th. 31-3t NICE FIVE ROOM HOUSE, close in. Excellent neighborhood, Immediate possession. A. H. Ev ersmeyer. "' " BABY BUGGY, PRE-WAR, IN good condition. See W. C. Johnson. 606 South Hamilton. 31-3t ONE 7 WEEK OLD REGISTERED Black male cocker spaniel. Call 114-J or 493. 31-3t bus route. Dophus 'weren't equal to the job. Little 2<3t'Rock added its seventh straight 1 District One triumph bv running 295 ACRES RED RIVER MIXED up a 32-0 count before' a 'iomo- land farm. 260 acres cultivation, (town turnout of 11.000 which sal 3n acres alfalfa meadow. 6 ten-[through a driz/liiiR rain most of ant, houses, 2 barns, toolhouse, |the evening. blacksmith shop, deep well, elec- i Tiger Backs Louie Schaufele tricity available. Located on gra-jGenc Hall and Jimmy Albright. vel road, mail routes and school who accounted "or 'ihe scorin" and bus route, Also 1/3 interest jn mo- their cohorts were at their best. dern 4.80 gin stand. 120 h.p. diesel, 3 powered gin, Modern drier. 17 miles to nearest gin. Located in Miller county. Call 10. L. D. Hutt, Foukc. Ark. Priced to sell. $25,000. 2-6t For Rent NEWLY DECORATED FURNISH- ed four room upstairs apartment. Charles Bader, 807 West 6th St. El Dorado, despite vhrce scoring threats, was inconsistent and never in the ball game after \he Bengals piled up a 12-0 :"irst quarter i'eacl. Little Rock now has only meek Pine Bluff and Russellville ?n vhe .way of a perfect district record, and ho one can point at ibis stage j to a team in any of the other seven A\UST MAKE L.ON6 RUNS OVER THE , WATER SUSFACE TO THE AIR, BUT MALLARDS EXPLODE CUT Or THE WATER HlfrH INTO THE AIR AS if AIDED BY TO &o AROUND A BLOCK, YOU CIRCLE IT/'Sayf J. E.JOHNSTON, Phone 438-J. districts which could be expected to give the Tigers more vhan a good workout in the \.hrce-round title playoffs . There were developments and UNFURNISHED i some surprises in ihe other clis- 2-3t FOUR ROOM . apartment. Close in. Phone 827, Uriels last night, but Jess Morris. 2-3t Wanted to Rent PERMANENT BUSINESS and wife desires furnished apart. ment for light housekeeping. Phone 1134 to 6 p.m. After, ask .... . -- were overshadowed by Little Rock's ultrn- convincing show of brute strength. Helena-West Helena took over first place in the Fifth District by beating Stuttgart, 19-0, while ure- viously unbeaten Marianna dropped a 13-3 decision vo Forrest City. The new pace-setters have only a tie to mar their slate in for Mr. Arendt at Barlow Hotel j five , : u strict ollt ings. 2-3t THREE ROOM FURNISHED apartment. Permanent couple only. No pets. Phone 351-W. 2-3t 120 ACRES LAND IN SEC. 24, Twp. 14,'range 25. about 12 miles | south of Hope joining Buck Mar- 'tin on the North. Write John W. Turner, Kilgore, Texas. 31-12t BABY STROLLER AND BUGGY for sale at 803 East Division. Phone 239. 31-3t Co. 2-3t HENRY DUBOIS CLARINET IN good condition. See Catherine Crairie or call 541-R after 6 p.m. 2-3t Notice MATERIALS ARE GOING HIGH- er every day. Have your mattress made over now. Write or phone Bright Bros. Mattress Co. Pick-up and deliver anywhere. Phone 34-J-2, Hope, Ark. 7-lni Services Offered FOR ESTIMATES ON INSIDE VE- netian Blinds, wood or metal, outside metal blinds and awnings, ' Write Riley Cooper, 1909 West 17t.h St. Texarkana, Texas, lo-lmo Wanted to Buy WE BUY HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ttire. one piece or more. Any amount. What have you? Phone 61. 23-2mo Lost ALMOST NEW 600:16 CENTURY tire between Gib Lewis garage McCrory .held to a scoreless no by underdog Bald Knob, ::ell out of the three-way scramble /or Third District honors. Batesviile with a 33-6 triumph over Osceola. and Corning, running up an identical score on Harrisburg in one half of a game called at \he intermission because of rain and the lopsided tally, remained undefeated and untied in seven games oach. Subiaco strengthened its 'oosition the Fourth District ladder by ; ClarksvJlle. 33-fi. Chal- Morrilton and Mansfield ...'round by tying Paris, u-U, and losing to Waldron, 26-20, respectively. Warren, adding its fifth and sixth WUCli C4 JUUiJg J-C-IUJW Hi Cl i3ClllUl .' j • 1_ ' it 1 suit and an accordion came out H"" 1 ^ 5 m '^, c same _ week con- and started to sing some sea ch.-m-1 |"™ ed , to s ,et the pace in the bixth ties in a quietly -pleasant style. By g lstr i ct> r , h ° lenders Dumped the time the movie brass hat had Hamburg Gl-0 Tuesday .light and listened to several songs he told { S( ^lP<-'d Lake Village, 32-0, jast his companions that he was signing I a. x . , , the fellow on the soot, even before i peQueen registered a big suv- he met him. And that is how Paul |P nts . c . In ^e beventh District oy Villard has .lumped into the Holly-' battering Nashville, :>7-0. out ac- By JACK O'BRIAN New York — One of M-G-M's ranking nroducers dropped by Le Buban Bleu, a tiny second story room catering to the sophisticated , . trade, to have himself a time in the ' ONE PRACTICALLY NEW LAWN I intimate bandbox and forget his mower, See at Barwick Electi-ic | cinematic .problems. But he was jarred into excited enthusiasm when a young fellow in a sailor wood limelight in one quick song. Paul is a young ex - merchant mariner who ran away to sea when he was 18 — he's in his late twenties now — and thereby /iound himself an entertainment career. With a meager working knowledge of the accordion, he took a Jot of the sea chanties his mates taught him and worked up a renortoire, added a good many of his own songs in the sea style and swiftly in the ports became a favorite he visited. Such popularity, dawned on him, must be worth a little more than a sailoo's salary and he decided to turn v>ro. He brushed up some of the old lyrics, wrote new tunes, put on his sailor duds for a costume, toted his accordion along and got a job singing for comparative 'oeanuts :'n a Greenwich Village cellar called the Village Vanguard. Other lesser New York, Nov. be surprised if Tommy Harmon turns up at fullback :"or the Los Angeles Rams some Sunday. The cx- spnrtscastcr hasn't been doing too badly at halfback, but George Halas claims Tommy would be the third-best fullback in "T" ^orma 1 lion .Cootball — ranking behind Bill Osmanski and Bronko Nagurskl This time the tab was $(i.'JO apiece^ which must have left them pretty hungry by Sunday night. Sports Before Your Eyes Columbia's Lou Little maintains that the Cornell backfield. as a fastest of any learn his this season — and Co- the same field with < - i " it i iij usi lansjM ,UKI munKu wagm-sKi . • I lumbia was on the same field with And when Halas talks 'National A ou reme mber. It's a good Fnn hnll T.r»ricrtin pnnnhnc licfrm mni.. , .TV^VI o Football League coaches listen Penn State and Washington :5tate plan to inaugurate a Motball .series in 1947. playing the ilirst game at Hershcy, Pa. . . . Skidmore College alumni and students are agitating for more football, though Vassar turned down their complished nothing .irom ihe standpoint of the title race, already sewed up by Magnolia. Catholic High of Little Rock all but sacked up the Eighth District crown Thursday :iight with walk over Bauxite. Fayetteville continued it) Van Buren for the Second District lead by taking Harrison. 12-0, while the Pointers had an open Jate. Last night's results included t district games unless'otherwise indi- GI challenge. Next thing ihe gals probably will be collecting dough for athletic scholarships. Everything at (or for) Steak When the Chicago Boars reached New York to play the Giants last week, each player was handed $13.50 to pay for his weekend grub. John Schiechl, Rudy Muchn and Fred Davis dropped v into a Broadway restaurant i'or Saturday lunch because Davis knew the manager ' and were so well i'ecl for $1.75 ilia 1 . way to start an argument Another ''contest" item: One North Atlantic League baseball club used 77 players at one time or another during the past season ... Is that a record? . . . The Notre Dame- N. Y. U. basketball game, which wnn'i he carried on the Fob Garden schedule witn u "no puuiic UCK.OI saie Kid Stuff Football fans in Pennsylvania's Panther valley — and :io doubt a number of college scouts — are high on a kid. named Vic Mikovich of Nesquehoning High ... A 155- pound speedster, Vic has scored eight touchdowns in six games (as of last week) carried 80 times for 873 yards. He also is a basketball Army, Irish Have Easy Games Today New York, Nov. - — Ml— With Army and Notre Dame politely stnndiny aside by taking on Jess formidable opponents today, some of the other major college veams a chance at the football ;;pol- liBht. The Cadols and the Irish, rank- in). 1 , one-two at the iop of /ho ;ia- Lional standings, clear 'ibo >.lecKs for their titanic struggle here next week by -incing West Virginia and Navy, respectively. Columbia and Cornell, both unbeaten in Ivy League competition, offer one of the .East's 'more oven contests before a sellout :)S 000 here. Yale and Dartmouth 'play be- lore an anticipated 05,000 iii iho bowl ill New Haven, and Venn goes after its fifth straight by Inking on Princeton before 70,000 at Philadelphia. In other Eastern attractions, unbeaten Harvard meets a good Rutgers team, Colgate and La- Fayolte renew an old rivalry, New York University c-nlcrtains Boston College, Temple goes to Syracuse and Fordham makes a irip vo Form State. In the South, unbeaten Georgia and its Charley Trippi meet Alabama and its Harry Gilmer. These perennial powerhouses of the Southeastern Conference are due to square off before some 50,000 at Athens, Ga. Besides this and Uie North Carolina-Tennessee tussle, there are Clemson-VPI, Georgia Tech-Duke, Maryland-William & Mary, North Carolina State-VMI and Vandcrbill;Auburn. Northwestern .only unbeaten eleven in the Western Conference, faces resurgent Ohio State before an expected '18.000 at Evanston. Illinois and lown, each beaten once in Big Nine competition, come together in another Midwest feature. Minnesota and Michigan meet before a sellout 58,000. Missouri and Nebraska, currently tied with Oklahoma for the Big Six lead, meet in an elimination contest, wmle the Sooners .-arc Texas Christian, Texas A. & M., haring the Southwestern Conl'er- nce lead with Rice, meets Arkanas. Rice plays Texas Tech and he Texas Longhorns meet Southern Methodist. On the Pacific coast. Southern California has to beat Oregon u> 'emain in the conference race as i bowl contender against University of Southern California at Los Angoles. Oregon State meets Stan- "ord while Washington State ian- ;les with California. UCLA put down a game St. Vlary's eleven 4G-20 last night. In other .Friday night games, Mar- lUette upset favored Detroit '.'A-20, Wake Forest overpowered Chatta- UCLANS Defeaf Gaels to Stay in Top Ranks 1,os Angeles, Nov. 2 —(/l'j— The University of California at l.os Angeles Bruins remained one of the nation's top undefeated major col- ln»c learns today after humilinlnm SI? Mary's Gaels, Hi to :!0 before the largesl grid crowd of the ISMb season last nit'.hl' A roil rin!? turnout of 91!.;M> w.ilched ihe would-be Rose Howl Uclans; led by All-American cnii- riidales l.t'fl K'nrl Hurr Maldwin mic 1 Quailerback Krnie Case, roll tip a 10-17 ?cad in ihe 'irst .|iinrtei and swell it to 10-7 nl Ihe OIK! o Ihe third, crushing whatever .-iopi the Oaels had of pulluu; an upset. Arkansas Needs Victory to Stay in Title Race College -Station, Tex.. Nov. :> — i/l'i— Facing elimination from Uie Southwest Confercnee ulle :-'nee : ; n case of a defeat, the Arkansas Hazorbacks will tangle with ihe Texas Aggies Mere this afternoon. The Aggies are rated favorites over the rebounding Hanoi-backs, hiefly because (if ilic "alloy 1 * m set by OK- Miss :> Writ ami. E H .|, earn Holds conference decisioin ivor TCU and Baylor, -\rknnsa utst lost to Texas, while ihc A[f|ij 0s \ave not yet tasted .iefeal in j,ini)' play and currently are lied with nice for Tirst place. ^ Hiiln WHS in prospect i'or iho p. in. kickoff. BUTANE SYSTEMS Pliimbintj Fixture* Plumbing Rcpairi HARRY W. SHIVER Murnbing • Heating Phone .289 Hope, Ark. nooga 32-14 and University of Miami (Flai defeated Villanova :'.0-21 in a game that wis featured b> Villanova Substitute Bob Polidor'i, 109-yard touchdown' rnnback of kickoff. cate_d>: it suddpnlv I District One n suddenly Archer Motor Phone E. L. Archer at 838. 31-3t PAIR OF BLACK HORSE MULES, smooth mouth. Weight 800 and 1000 pounds. Reward for information, Thomas Martin, Fulton, Ark. v 31-3t SPIRITS Portland. Ore., Nov. 1 — (7P)— It was nothing but Hallowe'en "spirits" said police, who were called to a residence to investigate a "strange noise." They said a cider jug had blown up. Broadway, which seats almost 0,)00 persons at 'a time, none of whom apparently included a :"ilm scout. Le Ruban Bleu seats only about 100 if you use a shoe 3ut there's where he was discovered. Paul projects n handsome sort of tough guy quality which his gal fans love, the same sort of R moldering, different, latent belliger- ancy which turned Britisher James Mason into a bobby sox idol. But Villard doesn't look like Mason. T ' REMOVED FREE ' ' Within 40 Miles DEAD HORSES, COWS and CRIPPLES Texarkana Rendering Plant Phone 883-W (Phone Collect) If No Answer Phone 3158-R William.R. Herndon Photographer First National Bank Bldg. s Second Floor PHONE 493 or 114-J PORTRAITS Commercial and Advertising PHOTO COPIES Discharges - Legal Documents 24 Hour Service date at the Roxy Theater on Legal Notice . In -the-'Chancery Court of Hemcstead County. Ark. B. C. HOLLIS, Plaintiff vs. ROY MORGAN & WILLIE MORGAN, Defendants The Defendants Roy Morgan and Willie Morgan, his wife, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the onm- plaint of the Plaintiff, B. C. Kollis. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 12 day of October 1946. W. S. Atkins. Atty. for Plaintiff Lvio Brown, Att'y. Ad Litem (SEAL) C. E. Weaver. Clerk. Bv Ompra Avans, D. C. Oct. 12-19-26-Nov. 2. Job Printing, Office Supplies and School Supplies Will have complete line of printed Christmas Cards Business and Personal Gentry Printing Co. 2; El Dorado North Little Rock 7; Pine Bluff 3. Hope 26; Hot Springs 13. Benton 30; Russellville 7. Smackover 14; Camdcn 7. Fordyce 0; Malvern 0. Texarkana 26; Blytheville u. District Two Fayetteville 12; Harrison 0. Springdale 48; Rogers 0. Bentonville 14; Huntsyille 13. Alma 13; Siloam Springs 0. District Three Newport 3; Cotton Plant 0. Lepanto 14; Pitjgott 0. McCrory 0; Bald Knob 0 (tie) Corning 33; Harrisburg (i. Batesviile 33 ;Osceola 0. Searcy .19; Walnut Ridge 0. Beebe 28; Augusta 0. Marked Tree 30; Pocahontas 0. Paragould 26; Hoxie 0. District Four Booneville 12; Greenwood 7. Waldron 26; Mansfield :!0. Subiaco 33; Clarksville 0. Dardanelle 31; Havana G. Conway 34; Atkins 7. Morrilton 0 ; Paris 0 (tie). Mena 21 ; Charleston 3. District Five Helena-West Helena 19; Sluttgar 0. DeWitt 32; Star City 0 (non-dist) Brinkley 13; Clarendon 0. Hughes 7; Marvcll 3. Forrest Cilv 13: Marianna (i. Wynne 31; England 6 (non-dist) District oix Dumas 32; Crosselt 27. Dermott 19; Portland 0. Montieello 27; Eudora 0. Warren 32; Lake Village 0. District Seven DQueen 27; Nashville 0. Ashdown 13; Glen wood 0. Mineral Springs 21; Prcscott 0 Magnolia 7, Minden, La., 0 (non distt. I District Eight Lonoke 40; Carlisle G9 Gurdon 13; Murfreesboro 0. Arkadelphia 23; Deaf School 0. Get Ready FOR FALL By having your winter garments cleaned and pressed. We Pick Up and Deliver "Plenty of Parking Space" Cleaners HALL'S Hatters HUGH i. HALL, Owner 208 N. Ferguson Phont 76 PAINT JOB Chicago, Nov. 1 —<VP>— The quietest Halloween ?n years \V:K the report by police arid : ire do partmenls today — out ;;orne More owners were hoping there'll bt enough soap for youngstors uj vist on their window;; aexi vcar. The shortajio of soap resulted :'i many store windows oeing dabboc witli paint. Broadway confusion :iotc — A Herald Square you Doai-i.1 a Broad vyay bus on Sixth Avenue and Sixth Avenue bus on Hro.-idway. For the first time in .Mow Yon poliee history, the complete .'lies o the homicide squad v.-ill be :nacl available to Murk 'Hellinjier :"ui- hi next movie, about, wliieli :\lark am the cops are being a bit .-secretive Gene Autry'.s horse. Champion was named "The Pejia.su.-; of th Air Force Association," profession al society of pa.n and presen members of the Army Air Force, of which Autry, a former AAF pi lot, is a charter member. . The supplied Champion with a set o wings to emulate the equine of mi cient Greek mythology, causin_ one gallery wit at Madison Square Garden to holler at Autry: "Fl 'em cowboy." He iist Mean 'No! FOOTBALL WORLD S&RISS NAT'L Lk'ASUE CHAMPS. ^ TELL HIM I DON'T PLAY WITH in years, novy fhpl .5^..olr. mqilJ? bereJ* . <mv,.; "Complete service-for your car" MAGNOLIA 303 SERVICE STATION Now Open 24 Hours Daily 3rd & Laural Phone 303 Howard Lamb, Owner SIGNS and Spray Painting Buildings • Houses Barns • Vehicles • Etc. Waller & Waf'^r Phone 710-W or 194-W Hope, Ark. OPEN YOUR OWN STORE! "The National Successplan assures independent operators of home and auto stores unusual earnings on minimum investments. Franchise available for several cities in this area. For complete information write or wire; National Home and Auto Stores Southwest Division-Phone R-2577 11th Floor-Southland Life Bldg. DALLAS, TEXAS Now you can have ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHS made of You and Your Loved Ones By ARTIST Photographers The Shipley Studio 220 S. Walnut Hope, Ark. Kodak Developing Printing Enlarging WANTED White Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Clear and Cleon Overcup Oak Logs and Heading Bolts Post Oak Logs and Heading Bolts For Prices and more details Apply to: HOPE HEADING COMPANY Phone 24$ Hope/ Arkonsoi CALL 119 Let us help you with your bedding troubles. We make new or renovate any kind, or size ol mattresses. 1 Day Service In Hope MARTIN MATTRESS CO. "We Sell Sleep" 921 W. 3rci St. Phone 119 Doug PITY Carl Bacon V*l I I Jones ELECTRIC CO. — for — House Intruirrial Wiring Wiring Electrical Rcpairi Phone 784 Health and Accidsnt INSURANCE Complete Lifetime Protection Hospital Protection for Family MUTUAL BENEFIT HEALTH & ACCIDENT ASSO. Omaha. Nebraska MRS. CLAUDE WHITEHURST Phone 952-J 1013 W. 5th St. REED MOTOR CO. 108 East Division Si. Mechanics: CARL JONES RAYMOND HUETT BEN Harry Segnar, Sr. PLUMBER Contracting and Repairs Phone 382-J 1023 South Main Street • Complete Repair Shop • Body and Fender Shop • Complete Paint Shop MONUMENTS Call or See R. V. HERNDON, JR. Phone 5 or 56 Representative fop ALLEN MONUMENT CO. Little Rock, Shreveport Tfixarkana ' COMPLETE RADIO SERVICE Bob Elmore Auto Supply Phone 174 216 S. Main YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Try Hope Mattress Co. For better work at better prices—Old beds made new $3 Down — Balance Weekly ALL WORK GUARANTEED One day service in town —• We Call for and Deliver Anywhere Bargains In Secondhand Furniture Phone 152 411 S. Ha*el GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING Batteries Recharged Shop tqulpment is no better than the man that uses it For Your Repair Work, see, HOMER COBB Hlrhway 67 Phone 57 See Us For ... INSURANCE .Our Companies Give You/ i; Complete Protection Plus 20% Return Dividend on the Cost of Your Insurance. • rire • Tornado • Casualty • Automobile Real Estate List Your Property for Sale with. Us. We have 25 applicants for homes In Hope. Also many calls for farm property. Foster-Ellis Real Estate & Insurance 108 East Second Phone 221 Jr. -, \ 'MUST El OF THE BEST! MUST BE, because that's a tradition with this 'company. MUST BE, because that's what you expect when you drive in -here. MUST BE, because that's a condition on which we have hired every member of our service-with-a-srr.ile staff. OUR MOTTO IS "SATISFIED CUSTOMERS" HEFNER NASH CO. 314 E. 3rd. Byron Hefner Phone 442 CASH — in Minutes! Borrow money from us on your cqr, or almost any- tilingi of value. We'll lend you all you noed if we possibly con, regardless of where you live. The more you want the better we like it, Ten minutes H»«oHy gets you the cash. Ask for Mr. McLqrty, at Hope Auto 5o, !, .ARKANSAS HOP,t STAR, HOP OZARK IKE fly Chkn rating iiijiiini ~ THANKS By Ray Gbttd YOUR WATCH DROPPED OUT OF x VOUR PANTS \MHEN ). I LIFTED THEM I OFF THE CHAIR GET IT OUT OP MV PANTS, ON NOW TH'FEUOIN'FATFIELDS AN'M C 3ATTS WILL BLOCK rTHRU THEM OUT 02ARK /> BEARDED RECKON TH' SLOOD'LL CAM OZARK IKE 3e/AWf£ THIS AVALANCHE OF t'ATS By Michael G'MaHey & Ralph Lane By Dick Turner CARNIVAL SIDE GLANCES By Gaibroith YOU THINK, ^js^ HE COULP OF BEEN f!! 1 . 6 !!' I!t AT O LD . T PRECIPITATED PURPOSE- I'D SUGGEST PICKING UP BUBBLE DOUBLE FOR QUESTIONING, CHIEF. MAN LILT'S DEATH / FULLY DOWN THAT WELL NAMES WON'T BUTTER NO GREASECUPS NOW, MR. FLINT. WHAT'S 'ON YOUR MIND? MR. FLINT. PLENTY PEOPLE HAD THE AVOCATION — AND THE RAPACITV THAT'S EASY, MR. FLINT/ BUBBLE'S ALREADY CNCARCASSED IN CELL NUMBER ONE. HE GOT IHTOXILATED IN BIFF BLUE'S POOL ROOM AND THREW A BILLIARD BALL THROUGH THE WINDOW.' AND THERE GOES YOUR. CASE, FLINT/ I WAS IN JAIL aip WASH TUB3S • • • By "-^slieJTi 'AS RINGO LEVELS TO FIRE ON ORION, EteV JERKS HM DOWN ^rTTTTTT ^ _ ^.n ^ By Walt Disney DONALD DUCK COPR. 1046 OY N£A SEBVICE. INC. T. K. REG. U. S PAT OFF VUPR.'1948 BY NEA SERVICE, INC. T. M. HEO..U. S. I»*T. OFF. WELL, PIP NOLI /WOVE Sure, you're cnlilled l<> your own opinion, but don't .it show on vour 1'a.ca 1 " , HOME FRONv SCHOOL! ! "Dear, were you serious last night 'when you told the Joneses you were going to persuade the boss thai he was j»laoniug to vote i'or the wrong man.'?'' TO A, DIFFERENT WELL, WERE SOU PEOMOTEP, BOVS? OH, VES... BUT TEKCHEE DIDN'T CNLL IT PEOMOTEP... / PROMOTEP? IWHAkT'S THAT r JRECKL£3 AND HIS FRfENDS FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberaer TIME TO BE COMIMS- HOME ' WHAT KEPT YOU 7 i-<^ v r-— r ~ j "" - : —'— / ^£^:cf^ . Bv Carl Anderson -—THEM THE GIRLS STUCK: us FOR. TME DINNER. CHECKS ' 1 WASHED DISHES AND PAID OFF $2-65-' 1 HAVE TO GO BACK TO THE NORTHRIDGE HOTEL AND LABOR SOME MORE UNLESS 1 CAN Die UP TM BALANCE" OF #10.10 WELL,DON'T LOOK AT rnc; THIS is ONE PIG THAT ISN'T GOING- TO MARKET/ frit, )»4« IV NU StlVlCl. INK. T H I!C. U 1 PAT. O - M* . 1 ./ QOf!!- 15« B*' NEA'sCHvTgV. Wf. Bv V. T. Hoinhn ALLEY OOP ...ALLEY OOP TH") ^-J\ OGr\2 FIRST, NO.2 ^ LXX * ' KING OF OH,AU_EY, JUST HOW IMPORTANT ARE ^ YEP, Thimble Theater {SS35SX35SS,. UkWASslSIANl WNCJ ^ YOUR BRQVV U||S SYMBOL op ( AUTHORITY AND PROCLAIM M^U...) 1 ANP A i— N " lLLiavA/RE A IS ON HIS WAY H£RE TO 8Uy< (VTHE BOTTLING ) ^CONCESSION / /'AH, THE LOVELY ISLAND L OF MYRTH, SO QUIET SO ^PEACEFUL— YES, SO - OSCAR, I'CAN'T / ... ••-•• UNDEKSTANP IT// SUPPER " JJ.%./EKsj „i '/tJ/*\'-'i^^ %'^i^ v?W ^M^3W%^s^'^-£7\ ONCE yOU TASTE THE WATERS OF MyRjH, you NEVER FROWN AGAIN/ ANP YET MY PEOPLE THREW OUT.'/j- TgANOUIl. ^ \ By Edgar Martin 6000BVE 1 . OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With Major Hoople SOU USE THAT WORD "VJOR|<" V&RV LOOSELY/— IF YOU A WITH A FAMILY HE'S N ., U LOOKING IW Th£ MOUMTAIMS \-) J V FOR IDEAS.' SJO WOMDER. ^ V HE WEVEC. GETS AMV- \ ^ v\ WHERE AMD VS/E NEVER GO AMYWHEREJ .' WELL, TODA-V I MUST DECIDE OF THE LARGER FIRMG GETS FIRST CHANCE AT MN I'LL 86 BD5V ML DAY, 6O I TRUST HAVE PLANNED PLENTY OF 6AOSASE AMD PANCAKES ITS PLEASAMT TO 'vJORK OM ^r^—ii A FULL. , STOMACH/ 1 AR& FIKlhiS TO DREA\\ ABOUT SOMEBODY BREADS THE DOORS DOWlO TO BUY YOUR KUSICAL. GADGET, X HOP& VOL) SCA6E TKEftV AWAY WVT.H SMOR.eS/ i/f^v\\\v' % . ; /N\\\\\\,^ ^ WE'LU CHIPS WI1HOUT MAT i^OOF OVERLOOK IHE ALL 1 GOTTA 10 15 (50 OUT Tri^E ^£ HT £J.»J 'AW/'t£",rr\ WELL ENOUGH "K> SEESi HltA, 'WORKING tOO OF1&M-

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