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YOU MEAN YOUTHINK ¥ IT WAS DUMB TO SAY

I SHOULP GO IN THE BEAUTY CONTEST 2

YOU ANP YOUR DUMB IPEAS!

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wa , 1 |AT'LL BE WORSE! : ones GOT ENOUGH GUYS CHASIN’ HER AROUND’ ALREAPY !

| MUST FOR THAT, I'M GOING TO

ENTER THE CONTEST RIGHT NOW!

IF CINDY ENTERS THE CONTEST AND LOSES, SHE/LL BLAME ITONME /

ALL RIGHT, YOGI, \ Ip NEVER PICK CINPY

i= YOU PROMISE

1 ust BECAUSE SHE'S A FRIENP OF MINE, MZ. SMITH:

sAND YOU'LL BE A BEAUTY, \Y YA GOT ONE, J CONTEST JUDGE, ME. MEEK! J MR. SMITH! _|T NEED ONE MORE JUDGE!

VYou'ee crazy! CINDY. 15 THE WINNER ! SHE'S TERRIFIC! WOTTA DOLL!

lt THINK L LIKE THE LITTLE ONE

UH,,. THE JUDGES ARE NOW { DISCUSSING THEIR SELECTION .

UH, HERE'S THE ONE WE [AND YOGI'S DECISION... I MEAN. PICKED, ME. SMITH! IT WAS ——| |THE JUDGES PICKED CINDY BEAR -

A UNANIMOUS DECISION! a -AS MISS JELLYSTONE!

CONGRATULATIONS, CINDY! T BRUNG YA FLOWERS FOR

OUR DATE. TONIGHT !

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(T JUST STARTED. TO ACHE WHEN

WHAT DO You WANT, SIK =

NOT GONNA TELL, GOT#7-23!

DUH. OH,NO,YA DON'T +

1M SAVIN’ FER SOME— fe) L you BS THIN’ }

(1. 50 HAPPENS THIS BOTTLE OF SNAKE OIL CAN CURE YOUR IE, IRRIGATE YOUR AN? HELP YOUR INDIGESTION !

WOULD 1, DR. LYE, TELL A FIBZ be ASLUG..ER.» A DOSE

‘AND SEE IF YOUR BACK PAIN GOES AWAY Z A

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UCHH! 2 HATE MEDICINE !

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HERE'S THE MONEY, DR. LYE! TOO BAD YOU CAN'T _Y CAN'T WORK ©

MY BACK FEELG GREAT! /ASA LION, STRONG | |WORK YOGI! THOSE ) JUST WATCH ME, WHAT ELSE OID YA SAY AS AN ELEPHANT, | |LOGS HAVE TO BE (RANGER SMITH! IT'D DO FOR ME = ANP CUNNING AS A MOVED !

FOX ! THANK YOU, SIK !

Vee HE'S STRONG BEVEVE HIE eo. 'CAUSE HE TAKES T DIDN'T SEE DR. LYE'S SNAKE (7 WITH MY OIL MEPICINE ! OWN EYES!

DR. LYE 2 THAT QUACK THIS ) MeiCiINE COULDN'T CURE DANDRUFF |

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JUST THAT THE MEDICINE DR. LYE I SOLD

COLORED WATER!

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WE NEVER SHOULD'VE TOLD Yoo! THE MEDICINE WASN'T ANY GOOP ! HIS BACK ACHE IS BACK ACHIN’ MORE THAN EVER!

Bi S HYPNOTIZED

: E TOO! WHEN HE FOUND QUT DR.LYE WAS A FAKE, HE, GIOPPED BEING A BAP BEAR!

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4 CARED = WHAT

+ HUNGRY PEOPLES

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THAT'S QUITE ALLRIGHT, SIR! I/LL JUST SEE THAT THIS DELICIOUS CAKE REACHES

THEM WHO NEEPS IT !

I KNOW SEVERAL FAMILIES YOUR COLLECTION WILL HELP, YOo! ! TLL DELIVER IT RIGHT AWAY !

X I BELIEVE IN GIVIN' TO

Yo1,You'ge A GENIUS |

THEY'RE BETTE! THAN NOTHING, Yoo!

"A COMMERCIAL Succes STORY,

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MANAGER | WHO, SiR, AM ARDRESSING TALK TO MANAGERS, ESPECIALLY ONE'S THAT LOOK LIKEA RUG! ;

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{ STOP THIS COMMERCIAL! MY CLIENT'S SENSITIVE TASTE BUDS MAY BE RUINED !!

ITS AWFUL AND TASTES LIKE LIBRARY PASTE...

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JO SEE IF THIS COMMERCIAL IS ON THE UPANP UP!

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MY WHOLE COMMERCIAL RUINED...COME BACK WITH MY PROPS YOU

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iT DIDN'T WORK OUTAST HOPED ) { PASS ME BUT YOU'RE A ANOTHER COMMERCIAL. SANDWICH PLEASE, YOGI!

COMEDY STRUCK AT JELLYSTONE PARK TODAY AS TWO BEARS TURNED THE FILMING OF A COMMERCIAL INTO SHAMBLES...

LOOK,YOGI, WALTER CONCRETE, MY FAVORITE. ANCHORMAN !

THAT WAS DELICIOUS. LET'S WATCH THE EVENING NEWS, BOO BOO, LIKE TO KEEP UP, WITH CURRENT EVENTS «

“THE RANGER SAID HE'S CONSIDERING DONATING TWO BEARS TO THE ZOO!

ARE YOU ALL PACKED FOR OUR CAMPING TRIP, You\ =

JE YOU DON'T WANT TO COME WITH ME TO INSPECT JELLYSTONE NATIONAL. PARK YOU CAN STAY HERE AN? WORK FOR INSPECTOR CRABB!

SYAWWNan < CAMPING TRIP?

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YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED, Yoo? ! WHY CAN'T YOU BE LIKE NICE LITTLE BCO BOOZ

L CAUGHT A FISH FOR SUPPER, MR. eure |

DON'T GO WANPERING AROUND IN THE tare vostt !

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NICE LITTLE BOO BOO!

1 CERTAINLY, 00,600 Boo!

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GO CHOP SOME WOOD FOR BREAKFAST, Yoo! _

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I DON'T KNow, MR. SMITH !

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Wu _ lok the Elf lived. It was se het that Lok decided to go for @ boat ride on the lily pond. He hoped that floating around on the blue water of the pond would help cool him off. He put on his cap and shoes and stuck his tiny sword into his belt. He always carried his sword in case he was attacked by a hungry praying mantis ora near- sighted falcon. He looked around his tree stump cot- tage before leaving to make sure everything was in erder. Everything was where it belonged, so Lok

slammed the front deor and locked it. He whistled a °

merry tune as he used his sword to cut a path for himself through the tall crabgrass. It was het and hard work slicing out a shortcut to the pond.

“When Lek finelly reached the water's edge, he was

wasa very het day in the enchanted forest where almost too tired to go boating.

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just sit here at the water's edge in the shade of the wild flowers and en- joy the view.” said Lok as he’ plopped dawn under a daisy. The blazing sun beat down on the tiny elf. Lok saw turtles and frogs resting on rocks and lilypads out on the pond. “They sure lobk very cool out there.” Lok said to himself. He noticed that the shade under his flower was slowly disappearing as the hot sun rose high into the sky. Lok decided that he wasn't too tired te go boating even when he realized he'd have to build himself « raft. “I'll be able to relax and just float around en the pond. It will be so nice, that it will be worth the hard work of building a raft." he muttered,

Lok hopped onto his feet and pulled his sharp sword ‘out of his belt. He went into the woods toslice up some

the hawk’s hunting cry but he looked up much foo late The hawk’s sharp talons closed around his body ani pinned his arms to his side. He was too tired to break free and couldn't use his sword to defend himself. “Hey, let me go!’ he screamed as the bird snatched him off the ground and began to lift him skyward.

The hawk screeched and rapidly flapped its wings. Soon lok wi igh in the air and far above the meadow. The hawk started te carry him miles and miles away. The bird was flying him to its nest high on cliff's edge. Lok saw the nest and he saw three, hungry, little hawks eagerly waiting to devour whatever their mother brought them. Lok decided he wasn't going to be their afternoon snack.

He managed to wi; one of his arms free. He pulled his sword out of belt. He slashed at the hawk’s downy feathers and startled the bird. She ‘screamed in pain and flapped her wings trying to defend herself. The hawk’s talons loosened and she : dropped her babies’ elf-sized meal. ee ick began to fall towards the distant earth. It looked

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as if he would be smashed against the boulders piled Ge near the cliff’s edge far below. “Maybe | can glide over the ledge and grab a twig.” he mumbled as he stretched out his arms to form make-shift wings. The wind was just right and the trick worked. He sailed

through the air towards some branches growing out of

the cliff. When he was close enough he reached for a long, thick reot dangling out of the mountainsi He grabbed it and held on for dear life. The impact of his landing caused him to turn somersaults but he held on with a vice-like grip.

When he finally stopped swinging back and forth he began the long climb down. The cliff was very narrow and he had to move inch by inch. It was a long way to the bottom and he had to be careful hot to fall. Hours later, he reached the ground. He wiped his sweaty brow and sat dewn in the shade under a bunch of daisies. He was so tired out from his exciting ordeal. that he fell fast asleep.

He didn’t wake up until he heard someone shovting in his ear. “So here you are! I've been locking all over

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for you. Lok, you're the laziest elf in the, woods!" said the voice. Lok opened his eyes and saw Tinke: going to talk to the wood fairy about finding som: ercises for you to do.”’ threatened Tinker. “Oh no!” @: claimed tok as he began to explain what had happened. “Here you are fast asleep and you expect me to believe your excuses. “Forget it!” said Tinker. Lok just shrugged his shoulders and shook his head. “What's the use?” he muttered. =