Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on July 17, 1961 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Monday, July 17, 1961
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Monday, July,'i 1. 396,1, MOr-t i I A K , HO ft, AKKAN&AS fa/)0 ftftj. CARNIVAL Book Learning •y Dick Turner ACROSS 1 Author Harte 5 American poet !) Prohibits sale of a book 12 Learning 13 Conjunction ^! Century .plant Tri Norse god 16 Hawaiian wreath 17 Ceremony 18 Travels, as one's way 20 Began 22 Devour 24 Hasten 25 Heroine of "Gone \Viththe Wind- So Sedate 3.1 Lincoln's son 34 Caudal A appendage IfS Melody 37 Russian river 39 Fur 41 Born 42 Hold back 44 Splash 40 Scott's "Roy" 40 "—— Lancelot' 49 Dwells 53 French writer 57 Dry 58 Cry CO Fashion 61 Bit. 02 High note M3 Region *TA Foreteller 65 Plaything 66 Cape DOWN 1 Slap 2 Was borne 3 "Emerald Isle" 4 Proffer 5 Buddy TIZZY 6 Individuals 7 Author WTiiftOK 8 Elizabeth Browning'* maiden name 9 Landed 10 Memorandum 3! Plant 19 Season 21 Three-toed sloths 23 Afternoon parties 25 Boss 26 Consideration 27 First man 28 Cravats' naua on rn«ra ai IUKJ LJUU "fcllj DLJC-JQ CJULJ 32 Horned ruminant 35 Folds 38 More ghastly 40 Placed 30 Patrick Dennii' 43 Staff Mame 45 U.S. president 31 Arrow poUon 47 Assail 49 Male sheep 50 Great Lake 51 Location, 52 Alone 54 Excessive 55 Fruit drinks 56 Oceans 59 Body erf water NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. 051Mh 'b, 'NU, inc.- T.M. DM. U.«. fit off., "You tell my husband he's working too hard! What kind of crazy diagnosis is that!" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltser By Kate Osann have the sour pickles, sweet ^-ckles, olives, iuce, ketchup, horse radish, mustard and mayon-i —hut I seem to have foranttRn the sanHwMrhodi" "The house will be nice and cool when we get back! I left the refrigerator door open!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosscr YOU CANt BLAM6 ME OF. COURSE IT MAD TO BE HIS FEASTIMQ PEELERS ON CAN YOU? MAC- WAS UNAVOIDABL5- ^J. WAS STUDYING A NIFTY EXAMPLE OF FEVUMIME © !9«t fc> NM, Int. T.M. Rip B.», f.t. OR 7-/7 ' ''I cam« in to apologize for overdrawing my account. If the president is busy, I'll see the first v!ca president!" MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Covolli ACSeVOJAWARe (THAT THE I CU)& A PROFIT- MAKING ORGANIZATION? , WHAT'^ ^ THINS, VOUHAV6TO MAKING A \ OFTAX66ANP PHOFlTjf THAT'-S RIPICUU3U6/ *;•» I THINK I WAS HAPPIEC BEfORG IB6CAMB A TYCOON. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE » «Mi k. MM. Uc. T M. RM. U.S. fit. Off. By Wilton Scruggs ALL RI6HT. LET'? TALK ABOUT" VS COLLEEN, WHY DID MR. I HAKPER ADMIT VOU TO HIS HOUSE? WHY IS HETHKOW- IW<5 A PAUTV IW VOUK HONOR? OH, DIRK, I'M SICK OF TALKIN6 i/ ABOUT MK. HARfEK.'LET'S DISCUSS SOMETHIWS ELSE/ ^ • WO 0(JE OU THE ISLAND CAU KEMEM5K WHEN HE'S £VEtJ TAtKEPTOASri?AU6EK/ ...AMP THf FUTURE/ f LASH GORDON ly Dan latfyf WELL, YOU'RE A \ I DONTFEEL VERY PLACE.' i WAS VERX WHEN WE LEFT.' Bli3 6l(?L NOW.' t? yOU'U LIK'E IT.' yTHiNS'6 SO NEW — AND fRISHTENINS.' 00 YOU REMEMB EARTH i RETORT TO ENGINE 7 '' ftOOM AT ONfE - ALLEY OOF By V. T. Hamli* WORRYIN' ABOUT T>l' MOON OH, I'M MOT, \ AW, TWEYRE BUT SHE IS... I NOT fiOMMA ...THEY'LL WELL, I HOPE air MUCH I vomE RISHT, HOW ABOUT YOU AM' UMPA SOKTA CM^'T SAY .1. BOTHER AKIY- TOO BUSY GU7..BIJT I'M KEEPIN' AN EYE ON V MEN, EH: BLAME HER/; BODY, CX3P... L(X)KIN' OUT > NOV TOO FORTHkIR V. SURn / ~'' SKIMS X ~ ' OOOlAfORA WHILE. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turnei ; I HOPE SO! I I 50 THE CAVO ,V\ftWBI PolToft T I'M'cALLIIMS '| T'LL TAKE U& 5AV IT WftSN'T THEIR PATROL \ TUB POLICIA SEVERAL HOUR'S CAR? THEM WHOSE WAS IT? JAT TANAMO ( 4{ MILES AWAY. HMM...THERB 1 * NO ANSWER1 THEM IP OUR ESCAPE- rAK ISTH& \ ABOUT 18 WUBS WEST, NICKEL PLANT Af IS PISCOVEREP SOON . BUT PLY NORTH NICAROi (JUINN ? y Fiv/E MILE> TO WE COAST.. HEAPEP FOR NA5'5AUl TO RECOVER AMP WHY THAT HURKleP TO WARP THE BAHA^AA&... TAKEOrF? . s-x r THEW WEST ALONG THE UNINHABITED SHORELINE!, I'LLFLIPA COIN TO SEE IP I NAP ON THE SOFA OR THE •< OUTDOOR ) CWAI5E <~^ ^ Q ^ HEADS.SOFA— ;TAILS,CHAISE FINDERS ) / \ KEEPERS ) i fe^i ^l^iiSrZ ^^^fflrk •"*«•-. •7-17 i. TI-IAT TOOK V ( '( A STPANGE V ' ^--r TWIST ,— By Chic Young PRISCILLA'S POP rrLL BE^—> GLAD WHEN / 'IM QROWNJi > UP AND J, [MARRIED. 1 ) \T— <r> YOU'RHK IN FOR A IURPR1SE, .YOUNG S LAcyr/J K I WON'T ) HAVE S TO DO 1 DISHES \ ANV V Ey THAT'S WWEN -YOLJ'LLA RE ALLY* HAVE TOy 1 CXD DISHES v n-\i SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neal i RECOGNIZE "THe : \fSOUSAWIT? OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoopla •\\** s "&*e*'- WA1TIW' PER SOMEBOPV. BUPPVT WELL, JUST TAKE WE IN AN 1 SHOW »m'5^l ME AT AN 1 VOL) WON'T FOR VOUR KlrtD ASSISTANCE, 1 AfATURfOlMG OVER Trie P£T STOEe ^ TO You, LOCK.S'WCK'AMD i S PARREL/ AMD FOR YOUR \ ' A FIRST SALE/I'LL BUY A \ ' « ct: ^-=^--—COUPLE OF . / AIA30R: RETIRES' BUGS BUNNY FIRST, PWOVE VOU SHARPENEP IT...NOU HERE'S "VER MOWER, ) CAN MOW SOME OF ELMERl VAOWE /T-H MV LAWN! HEH,HEH! ME TWO

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