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Hope, Arkansas
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HOPE STAR, HOP6, ARKANSAS July .2$, ASSIFIED bt* tiigJf* i* dti payooiv in Will b« «etepfM' 10.30 •4.007 J2.00 4.SO 13.50 5.00 15.00 '7i.2.%mt*. 7!* beC Ifteh Vi,«.i.,.nu».»..iM 604 pet neh ,M...u.. f 60C bet Inch ed abbve ort> **« eon„. ,,.»,tl6ns. Irregular of skid- ds will faka the on£day ra«. daily fclasiiflW advertising copy >»k J 6et«rtid until 5 p. m. for featloft <fje following day., .. «,pUb1lihert reserve the right to k or edit all advertisements o(- ifSfe* bublieation ond to reject k ,db)««lbnable advertising sub- of 6na or more litten, •• figures such ui.hoos* of ,.j number* count as ene word. l«. Hep* Star will nftt be respon- fbr errofi in Want Ads unless ' called to our attention •nioi' Insertion of ad and then NLY the ONE Incorrect insertion. PROSPECT 7-3431 8 AdRfcS land, S rooto house. Plenty water, good road. $1,000 dash. 2 miles South Spring Hill. Don Stevenson, Route l, Hope. TO BUY Men's Used Shoes. Heaves Bargain Shop. 31-TF Hope Star Sn^7 .-.*,• * ' rr.ef Hoe* li»»; Preti if27 nifilldeted January II, 1»2t shW eveiV.Wetkady a<ternooh by v|?M$TAIlr PUBLISHING; CO. '. .errter, r«»n ; H.. Wothbirn,. S«ey-Tft». f at -; The S»iri;Bu|ldlhi • 2-14- South Wilnuf Strt«f ^•f 1 Hop*/ Ark«i»tai ... H. WoshbMrn, tdljor, I, Publl.Wr il'Mi.Jonei, Mnnoglntt fEditor «M, £ Bayl«,, Adyertlilnfl 'Monagw Mcch. Supt. _..*r«d. ai itcond clou matter at i4!Po«t. Office at Hope, Arkaniai, ir?lh<Act of .March 3, ll»7. nb«r of the'Audit- Burton' of '- Circulations ^Subscription Rates (payable In od- pV;--'/ vance): jBy carrier. In Hope and neighboring M r ' ' •, towns— ^ ..... ,..,..',(. ....... .....: ...... .'..... .25 ymall In, Hempstead, Nevada, Foyette, .Howard, and Miller coun- asi»s5 ' "^ ' ' ' ' onth'' i'.: ........... i ...... ,.,' ........... ; .85 months,....., ................ .', ..... ,, 1.60 i ........ ;. ........................ ,2.60 ...t .................. . ..... ....'..... ^4.50 .mail— ',• • pn .!?..».»:»« ......... » ......... '•• 1"10, >• rribnthi' ... ..... .'... ...... .....'...A ;,3.25 " ^y^^?'l**j?'«s5» i » lv " ! >>ldo<; Dalloi 2, Teios.-fWQ N. Igori-'Aye., Chicago 'l>Jlln'^0 E. St.; Newt York',17, ,N? Y$T1763 "doJpiDetrolt '2f- Mich.; B"/Oklahoma -City >2, ..,.„. of The Aiioelafed Preni WS>AssoclotediiPress ,is entitled- ex- lt<! - 1 --'••-• "~ -use •forTepubllcation --'•- printed In this ». oil j AP 'news 43)n crop Elberta Peaches ,now "'ovl.r(9» J Jine quality. No worms [brown,rot, Crop Light do not For spider lily bulbs. $1 per dozen postpaid within Arkansas. Cheaper hete. Arthur Gray, Ozah. July 0-i Mbnth MV hotttc fit 223 North Hamilton St. I*IVe rooms Avith bath, glassed In t»orch, arid garage on corner lot. Price $3200. Albert Robert, son. 20-Ot Political Announcements ffe* Sti* i* itrtheHtftd to ta- fceufiee that the followtoi **« «ifl<Ud«t«s for public office subject to the action of the Demo etatfe primary election*. For Cohgreai 4th District OREN HARRIS O. W. LOOKADOO NORMAN M. WARNOCK LARGE divan, 2 large chairs, 1 coffee table. Call Mrs. F. E. Russell. 40? E. 14th. 24-3t H. JOHN Deere Model tractor am. equipment, $050. See G. G. Glas gow, Route 4. Hope (old 29 Hig, way). 24- Wonted to Buy YOUNG growth of cut over timber 3and. Anywhere In Southwest Arkansas. : Will pay top prices. Phone 7'2228 or see Ralph Sounders. J12-1 Mo. Reol Estate for Sole THE UNITED FARM AGENCY Office at Boley's Court 2 Miles West Hope on U. S. 67 WE NEED FARMS TO SELL . . COAST^TQ-COAST ADVERTISING ON EVERY FARM WE I/1ST. Our sales records prove that : WE GET RESULTS. •FRAMK-.C.' DuSHANE Broker R. C. MAY Salesman Neither of us have any- business connection with any other office in Hope, and no one else has any authority to claim any connection with "UNITED FARM AGENCY". WE SELL REAL ESTATE ONLY 23-6t F«r fiARRY,HAWTHOHIOI CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDClDlLli . tar County Clark AftWOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON for Sheriff and Collector W, B, (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK R, D. (SON) PHILLIPS TOM MIDDLEBROOKS CLAUD -H. SUTTON SYVELLE BURKE Alderman Ward Thre» B. L. RETTIG A. P. DELONEY. Fdr Prosecuting Attorney ROYCE WEISENBERGER PRESTON DOWD TRAVIS MATHIS VAN JOHNSON - Alderman Ward Four JESSE L. BROWN CHARLES TAYLOR HOMER BEYERLEY MRS. G. A. NASH Alderman Ward Two JOHN S. GREENE FOREST L. HAIRR ' T. 0. (TOP) PORTER AJderman Ward One MRS. KATHRYN LOU FRANKS ' JOE JONES For State Senate 7th District GENE LEE . PRESCOTT NiWS West Side HD Club Msete ->' The West Side Home Demonstration Club met July 2i in the ibme of Mrs. E. N. Bolton with Mrs. Harry Keeley as co-hostess. Mrs. Harry Keeley presided over the meeting and fifteen members were present. Rachel Westmoreland led the devotional witty a song, nad each member to repeat a verse from the Bible,: arJfti closed by alt repeating the Lord'f Prayer in unison. Mrs. W. S. Black acted as Treasurer during the absence, of Mrs. George Tnnl and collected the Birthday offering. Miss Loretta McClenhaharTthnn- Iced members for the cakes donated to the fund drive and the Talent number from West Sicte Club presented by Sue Keeley, who won second place. This fund drive and tnlent contest took place on the Court housn lawn July 15. Miss Loretta McClennahan,.home demonstration agent, read a letter from Miss Dorothy Price, District Home Demonstration .Agent in regard to Nevada County club members participating In talent numbers for State Home Demonstration Council meeting In Faye- ttovillr! August 30 to September 2nd. Miss McClennahan also mentioned home management leader training meeting to be August 24 at 10:30 a. m. in the Homo Demonstration Office, County Office Building, by Crystal Tcnborg, Extension Home Management Specialist. Miss McClennahan : - asked the members to name the most successful county wide -activity-"'for the past year, and all agreed that Redland Christmas luncheon for the purpose of raising funds for thwr club house was. Dolores Escarre, Barbara Moberg, j Ginger Cruse, Marion Buchanan, Sandra Easterling. Virginia Ana Hays, and Rita Warren. Rev. W. D. Golden served as director of the Camp and MrA. Golden, Mrs. Wayne Etey, Misses Merilyn Lee, Simone Golden and Margaret Hunter Scott as ' couh&e- lor. IJjTarH: Justiss had charge of the rfand|cr Hope to Play Nashville Tuesday Night Texarkana Rockets defeated the 3ope Pony Loop Allstars 4- to 3 n a game at Fair park Saturday night. On Friday night of last week the Hope Legionnaires downed De- 3ueeh 16 to 5. Hope is slated to play Nashville here Tuesday night. ch will rehearse Tuesday night, July 27. at 7:30 p. m. _..,. {JB«fanied by Mrs. H., H. % OTdi«hWe! T Mrs. F^ank Gil- Mark .J.listiss. Mfv'fltfd*--MrsY'^liamnr"Cox and Mrs. John P.-.Cox. of Hope were the Wednes^ai. guests of Mrs Clarke White.' . ' Miss Carrie Thorbum was the guest ^ Wednesday of Mrs. D. K. Bemis in Texarkana. Mrs. Jesse Crow returned Wednesday from a weeks visit with her aunt» Mrs. Mattie Harris, in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Thttrman Dewoody Jr., have returned to theii- home in Wichita, Kansas after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dewoody. FOP City Attorney C. V. NUNN, JR. Funeral Directors PERFECT in every way for a family needing two bedrooms ••and a den which can also be used for a bedroom. Located'' at 917 South Walnut on beautifully landscaped 75' x 142' lot. on pavement. This home is in A-l condition just repainted - new roof - pon- dessa pine den with storage Venetian blinds - shower and bath - Living room • dining room Kitchen'with built in cabinets- garage with, storage. Priced to sell. Shown by appointment only - pan be FHA or GI financed and carries 70% loan now. CALL FOSTR REALTY CO. 217 South Main Phone 7-4071 23-3t OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME INSURANCE . . . AMBULANCE 2ND & HAZEL . . . PHONE 7-2123 '•:...•'-.. " J7-1MO. In Men* Wear M>vy, as $54.50 iri Street Tailor Shop >U5E REFRIGERATION YpuJ .J* i 67 West 5"Hflrtf, ,'HlShv/ay ^ l ^l;UGt( f S r SED FURNITURE CO. Uw^of Clty.LlhiH? West \ Water Bqtffflp fpr Sale —'""' ••-"% Ark., I vvrspned fpr deep •jpr Peep Frepw MATTRtSSES Ullt or M/*.lnto p f . M«nren fie, Phont7-K1Z PW WIST1IN SHARI5 ff'TttY 7, % i^f Untti whUs .^sji^^f/; 14'U'v ' ™<^jTsp»%»-H»^47''V« • llpl^pytWng H A/ '* ~* /^-t i For Rent ROOMS xmfurnshed apartment good location - $25.00 per month Bills paid. 808 W. 4th. Phone 73152. 7-20TF HERNDON CORNELIUS •BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents J15-1 Mo. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inner Spring' work- Cobb Mattress JCo. 316 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. • Mar..J4-tT Notice VOTE Boley's all new, "All air conditioned," court. When guests or Tourists .inquire. 4 people $5.00. July 3-1 Mo. ROOM house, $35 per month., .vailable Aug. 1. Call 7-24U1. 23-3t ROOM furnished apartment, private entrances, garage. Bills paid. Phone ',-2119, 1002 West Ave B. " 23-3t IODJ30LD Apartments. Nicely furnished 3 rooms and breakfast , nook. Private bath and carport. % 'block from town. Adults only. 321 West Second street Call .7'3314. 23-3t FURNISHED garage apartment Living room, bedroom, kitchen, batfi. Small screened porch. 805 South Main. Phone 7-2644, 23-3t Lost FOOT end of bed between Hope and Lee Norton place on Proving Ground road. Phone 7-4654, 7-23-31 MYF Attend Camp •: Members of the Methodist You th Fellowship who attended the. intermediate camp at take Tanaka in Hot Springs last week' were Benny Arnold, Jim McKenzie Martin Gilbert, Pat Hale. Jimmy Worthinffton, Charles Yarbrough, Mrs. Frank TurbcrvHle motored to Texarkana Wednesday and was accompanied home by Mrs. ' Joe Boswell who has been a patient in the Texarkana Hospital. "Mr. and Mrs. Imon Gee motored to Texarkana Wednesday for the day. • ' : - : - Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Gray Jr., John and Jennie have returned from Shreveport where they wore the •guests of Mrs. C. R. Gray Sr. ..Major and Mrs. Wi. W. Gentry Miss McClennahan gave a talk (and sons sailed July 14 from Trion Cancer and was assisted by Miss 'poli, North Africa aboard a troop Lou Alice Tyrce, Jr. ; "Ficld' Assistant. They told of the possible preventions, treatments and care of cancer plus the importance of yearly and physical examinations and importance of being aware of the seven danger signs.. The members played games during the social hour, Mrs. W. S. Black, Mrs. E. Adam and Mrs. Bob Peachey won the prices. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostess. After this Mrs. Bolton opened her hostess gifts. -' The next meeting will be at Mrs. Eugene Reichstadt's with IV^s. c. O. Ferguson as co-hostess August 18 at 2:30 p. m. Plans for attending State Home Demonstration Council meeting at Fayelteyille along with the .educational' fbooth for the Nevada, County . Fajr will be made at the next meeting. Senior and junior choirs of Garrett Chapel Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday night, July 27, at 7:30 p. m. The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-5830 Or bring Items to Mist Turner at Hicks Funeral Home There will be a picnic at the picnic ground Monday night, July 26. There will be plenty of bar-be- que and- other'refreshments free. There will be transportation also. Chiney Berry Grove and Calvin's place. The public is invited, The senior" choir of Lonoke Baptist Church will rehearse Tuesday night. July 27, at 7:30. Nelson and Hill Post No. 427 will meet Tuesday night. July 27, at the regular meeting place. Ask* ing all members to be present at 8:30 p. m. Mrs. Precious Pasker Htmtley, a native of Hope died in Tol^Ao. johio Saturday. July 24. FuneTal ! arrangements are incomplete. George E. Hamilton and son Aquilla of Yq Silanti, Mich., are visiting their .father and grand- lather, T. A. Hamilton and uncle, Sam Cooper in Fulton. The senior .choir of BeeBee Memorial CME Church \vill rehearse Thursday night, July 29, at 7:30 p. m. . Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME Chur- ship and will visit points of interest They expect to arrive in New York August 14. Major Gentry, who is the brother of Mrs. Charlie Thomas, was stationed in Washington, D C with ' the National Security Agency. For Good, Honest City Government Vote for JESSIE L BROWN Alderman Ward 4 Pol. Adv. Paid for by J. L. Brown HOPE WATERMELONS Vine Ripened SWEET CORN ^ D 0zm 45c ,. .:,--.., . Plenfy of Peas RUSSELL'S CURB MARKET 901 WEST THIRD Milwauke Cincinnati St. Louis Philadelphia Chicago Pittsburgh 50 45 49 4!) 40 4R 45 I! 40 5-1 31 05 .526 IIV, .SCO 14 .489 15 .484 14'/j .420 21 .323 31 ..'AMERICAN" I.P.AGUE W L Pet. GB CJeveland -' New York Chicago Witshlngton Detroit Bpston Philadeiphia Baltimore 05 29 05 32 01 37 41 40 38 85 34 53 33 03 50 53 .691 ,G79 I .022 6 .451 .430.24'/a .409 20''^ .370 30 "A .344 33 Yesterday's Rssults Brooklyn 2, SI. Louis 1 Milwauko 7, New York 5 Pittsburgh 4-2, Cincinnati 2-3 Chicago 6-2, Philadelphia. 1-1 Today's Games New York • at Brooklyn (night) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh , (night) (Only games scheduled) Now Buy Your Beef at Special WHOLESALE PRICES ARMOUR STAR or SWIFT PREMIUM Side of Beef . . . Ib. 39c Hind Quarter. . . Ib. 50c Front Quarter ... Ib. 30c Good Native BEEF Side of Beef Hind Quarter Front Quarter Ib. Ib. Ib. 31 c 38c 24c "OTHER SPECIAL CUTS AVAILABLE" Hope Locker & Processing Co. SOUTH MAIN STREET Yesterday's Results Washington 11, Detroit'..?. New,. York" 4, ...Cleveland 3'.(1] inn- ''' "' ' ' -' Chicago L ! -4, Boston 2-2 Philadelpl-iia 0'6, Baltimore 4-4 leather bTllfold about noon Saturday between Dr. Cannon's home, and the telephone building. H found call 7-4601 or 7-2316. 26-31 TOP'S Glass Cut and Installed. Compl«t<? Repair^. New and Used Parts, Highway 67 West Dial 7-2767 Hope/ Ark. Today's Games (No games scheduled) COTTON STATES LEAGUE Bl Porado Greenville Meridian Monroe* Pine Bluff Hot Springs W L 57 29 53 33 47 SD 40 4ti 36 50 26 CO Pet. GB .663 .616 4 .547 9'.-'. .455 17", .419 20'/, ,302 SOU Yesterday's ResuUs El Dorado G, Hot Springs 0 Greenvillo 7-6, Pine Blv.fE 4-2 Monroe 3, Meridian 2 Today's Games Hot Springs at Meridian Monroe at Greenville El Porado at Pine Bluff 'H Injpy gating At TOE OAKS Cflff & Service Station w^^lff TPWT^^^W^ flfflr*rR*™ SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W New Orleans Atlanta , Birmingham Chattanooga Memphis Little ,Rock Mobile Nashville L Pet. GB 6^ 45 .587 61 45 ,575 H: .566 60 46 57 49 51 53 48 60 43 64 « 03 .538 5& ,490 10'A .444 151 .402 20 ,39 2Q! /3 W Yesterday's Results LitUe H«ck 10-3, New Oilcans 9- ChaJtanoogH 5-3, Atlanta 3-4 Bivniiixjgham 10-4, Nashville C-: Mlqiphls 5-6, JMtobilo 3-7 Today's Game* Mobile at Memphis (Only fia:w scliedulod) w L PCI. pa NORMAN v WARNOCK Candidate for CONGRESS Send Warnock to Congress for ACTION A vote for Normqn Warnpck is a step toward Qccorr)pjishi.ng the listed desires of those with^whom he has talked ... ( r ....-'J 1. Legislative help f<?r\tjne man oveiv 40- in securing employment. ? • C' •''+ ' i. f . ' * *V / i V 2. Social S;ecgrityH(3|nefit4 > to begin at 60 instead of 65. 3. More equitable.adjustment in Welfare. 4. Equalization and Continuation of Veteran's benefits. 5. Continuation of Farm Price Support. 6. .MQJe Employment, 7. Upstream Dams, 3. Representation for the working man. Pol. A4v. Paid for &y IfotTOan \ fij'isf 't&^MtA/'-if S ^alvt^bil-kl '«§£« TO THE VOTERS Most of you know me'personally.' I lrav$ lived in Hope, Arkansas, all of my life, except' when in United States Military service during World War I, and have endeavored to stand and work for the best interest of Hope. I have served you as alderman and as a member of the Board of Public Affairs and my record will reflect that I have always worked faithfully for •the best- interest of our- City. I feel that I am familiar with the needs of the people and with the operation of our City Government. I have always recognized that a public office is a public trust and have endeavored to keep in touch with the people and have been willing, ready and anxious to listen to and advise with our people with respect- to their ideas relative to City Government and promise- that when reelected as your City Alderman ir will be my constant ambition and controlling purpose to have the best interest of the people of Hope in mind at all times. : , I shall greatly appreciate;your vote and influence. Thanking you, I am, Pol. Adv. Paid for by Charles Taylor UNITED STATES SENATOR John '-, ; % s t > - l ,*%'^ ry -r,^ ,'1 k £ ,^^ J - _ ,*£ -.••* ,^y-s,^f^ -.; • - ' Mftndcry, July 26, 19S4 IL0NDIE , HOPE, I'M SO THRILLED /ABOUT THE NEW D#ESS I'M GOING TO GET TOMORROW THAT 1 CANT SLEEP OH. DARLING. ^ , I'M SO THRILLED—} . IT'S SO EXCITING ,V HOW MUCH IS It GOING TO COSTS YOU "WOULDN'T BE ABLE.TO SLEER EltHEft OUT OUR WAY •v J, ft. Wlfflmit •f MqcArthur Park In a Great VICTORY RALLY SINATOR M«Ci|LUN WlW. LAND AT7;30 Other Cpndidates v/ill speqk. Music >vil| legjn at 7i00 F. Mt Ceme See 'Live" TrY BRODCAST TIME a?00 P. M. TV Station? KARK-TV owd KATV Linle Rock Also RqwrNek N,etwprk Redip Stations Pol. Adv. Paid for by p n t Henderson McCl9llan Campaign p— 1 Fishing Trip i ACROSS ! ,1 Boston's ! favorite fish : 4 Food fish ! 12 Monkey -j»- i 13 Singing voice 14 Unbleached ; 15 Chart 16 Spiny-skinned ' sea animal i 18 Chose 20 Make amends 21 Born 22Egyptian . ' ; goddess • 24 Music passage ; 26 Consumes, ; :''. as fish J\ ! 27; Through . ' j< boats j 32 Chinky ! 34 Starts again ! '35 Oil i '36 Work unit ! .37 Low tide |:39 Arrow poison •, !40 Remit (41 Curve ! 42 Command i 45 Acknowledg- n ••'..- ment * |49 Unfair t' fisherman ,51 Qften drunk i on a fishing .-,' . trip 1-52 Rim [ 53 On the i*' •' seas. 54 Girl's ••' ••' nickname 55 Require • 56 Philippine •"*& /' nativ.es . .57 Affirmatives DOWN 1 Arrived 2 Jewel 3 Relying 4 Sew loosely 5 Toward the sheltered side 6 Athletic fields 7 French coin 8 Dcnomina- 26 tions ' 27 9 Resound 28 10 "Emerald Isle" 29 11 Sand hill 31 17 Dried grape • 33 19 Stop 38 23 Thong 40 24 Solicitude 41 25 Above IZ 1? 18 i^B^ W 30 y\ y, I mi^m 15 J Zl • ^ 49 52 55 13 m 9 W/. 40 3 > % 1 31 Answer R i e T p i o K T T t^ A M S f * A S U ^ 1 a R 1 A 3 N ? A i. S s i 3 A i_ \= N € « 1 P to Previous Puzzle ; f< A •',& A T ''(tit K 1 T 'it A, P O B B ^ •a?o A U '/S'. A K A B v e a T R S ^ *r§ o e A R 1 N] S V<> "'<* ® U A_ O S K E e. 9 R.' * . ^ T 1 C N O K> -fff '•% A f H A R Ufa O B p fe, f» A R T A R T V U N B A U S G & E e s K E 1 U A l_ 0 R. N E E I R E German city 42 Unclosed Tropical tree 43 Was borne ; Hireling 44 Magistrate Network of Venice i Possessor's 46 Therefore Watered silk 47 Let a fish Skillful tire Dried 48 Numbers New "miracle 50 17th Greek , drugs" letter 5 m zt n 50 bl 5(5 > . zz m n ». *»-. 7 . % ^ 3Z 36' n % & 7 zo 9 11 14 W 33 'Hi 9 0 . - . . 27 51 W 57 IB Z9 47 ••'.' H» :« CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "How's this for investments—$10,000 in Consolidated" Oil—$15,000 in Ajax.Steel—and ten,.bucks oiv Native ; Prancer at Arlington Park?'j- . : ._ ' SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith \"©h, I think women's intuition i« ym met yoy U*t night, she wW m * w (9f i raJwl »wy NO CAR \WILt- N I MILEStCJ &O V EVER PICK U-S> "x / AN 1 DVIN .P, MAteTy, WITH AJ OUR FEET/ , . S3.MEI-LV CATFISH \ WITH SHOWIMV IF YOU'P ; OF*-.CARe GLAP JUST CARRY IT \ TO PICK UP. IWSIPE YOUS SHIRT) MICE CLEAW GOOO LOOKIM _ / OH. *"/ IF HE'P OWLV HIPE IT OM HIM, HEROES ARE MAPE-WOT OUR BOARDING HOUSE FUNNY BUSINESS ""*'" """" "' ------- - ^ "Hold it, dear, or no one will believe ftl" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seljtpr OtARK IK! R- 5 V <*"^ t Jj-MfiBi A ^ OMMAH ^ MIMft eUBfeUHl VIC FLINT NO COPS'LL SPOT U^A NO, WE'RE Ml SBT jost rue mJ ^ MIGHT OFF, TOO? eo 1 OUC3H1 js^^f-T^^ OUT A.MP ' •s»l__ V»TI.b>'MK'.94»K«..l< BOOTi AND HER BUDDIES ALLEY OOP AH, I'VE MM IT AT LAST/ WHOOEY/ _.„. WOTTA CLIMB/ •£$ , MU5TA TAKEN M&ffl MP HOUR3/JB^pfl W^l WHILE HIS ARMY -'" ^1 WAITS IN THE ^. Ziv.SS-;'^ — ys-^r IRON CASTLE, V^\J^f.' ' OOP GOES ON; r ~^f ALONE, INCHING UP A PASSAGED HE HOPES WILL HOT THAT I MINI^P^^R&X^WS Tp'WORK,.,PUT\VHAl WTrfTSSSaHB «h II DA HAPPENED, IF M • Q.'tTlSl'IS^Kl HI LEAD HIM TO THE DRAGON'S LAIR. 7-zs li HINRY ..-' ::-'-'\ i -'-'-mam THI STORY OF MARTHA WAYNI .nl . r ' <t .«-i ij V* .»- n -,un,iuiuuiimiL"»iini n M ijiiiiii iininn~r"'™""^r flpupwpBwpiw^wsw'w ^ ,.>,m»ip^^n r ^^ r '^-^~^-f~ —~™- >,"'ff^t. vx-st.^s plniiiu.jjiiHnui'ji,iiiiiMimi'm'M»^''''__ "NQ1 1 * T«4s"» -« • **i".I >?//V " ' '.,''--' ' Tl ''-, !• M '•%' / if ^*,''' *

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