Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 20, 1956 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20,1956 BIG BKN John Collen M0rpt$ -**'*460UT Y4WO IP I CAM'f COPff «CCVMENOnJS A J OUT THE 618 K»O?PS "THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs NO THANKS/HIS WHISTLE'S WELLES T" LlkEASNAKFS BMTI& PROFESSOR CAW PEMEM CHl/CV IT SPELLS POISON SHW.TWIT «WOW cfpvft.ic.wru, IGWrtfET COT-PENCE &XXVOU P600MMENDE& AS FOetH? KAOLINS B IT. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin V\WD UVtttT, PUG? "V THE SMITH FAMELY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin IF HE'S A. FISH Y'ASK ME, I SONNNTAKE.MOfeE THAN ONE CAN OF > °OC, V LIKE \OU I DUNNO IF \ BKf, HE'LL HE'D CONSIDER \ GO FOR A OM OF / £N2D»vJES SARDINES! MU. RU3WU TH 1 GROOVE' OUR BOARDESG HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE t»M>T \ P165 HA^E A WAY OF TXSAPfiEARIrtS?-* THey GO iMTO iwe HPCTTHB- PABBIT5 COME OUT OP —• SREAT CAKAR, AtARTHA.'ALE tne MEISHBORS/ RMD OUT\F TKEyVE ^E£N 3UMIOR/—OUR HAS VAKl^Heo Irl TME HI6WT/—• WHEM VOU ARO6E THI5 MCX2NUN6 WAS He OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams PUT HI& ESfi OM VET, MA-- VOU HEARD HIM CLUMPIN6 DOWM.AU. RKSHT. BUT TH' HORSE OKtLV £OT TO THE PIRST LANPINS AMP THEM THREW A SHOE/ WHY MOTHERS 6ET <SRAV FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser XlHE DANCE-WAS HEAL ZORO4l&,PKS- MURK/, BAZoo/TweT Be CFADV w. MIDNK3MT MOVIE / A JIFFV, Will/ STARTS SOON/ I'M RIGWT ON SCHEDULE/ YoueeA OOU.FOR. GETTING ME HOME EARLY/ COULDNT AFFORD ANY ME A PRETTY PENNY/ ffl IIU k/ N(* Si„«., kx. T.M. R^Tu.t. r CAPTAIN EAS* By Leslie Turner HE& TOO CA.6CR. NOW! 00 SCT TWE CAR 606H. ARCN'T VOU WOTf UW/E TH'MUHT BEFORE WPBWCATIOW? MAN GET HOtoEf !CK. WITHOUT BEINS 6RIUEt> "* cotteee, /HIM i WOKE A TO REACH THE £EKEMONV.AN)P MAY8EPBIAYEP RIVETS By Sisto AUritt THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert TWATfe VERY PLAIN TO SEE BUT, WHY IS RAKING LEAVES LEFT TO CRITTERS LIKE ME? ONLY GOD CAN MAKE A TREE DONALD DUCK Easy 16 Knit! HENRY By Carl Anderson r-TODAY-'S ASSIGNMENT FOR:JUNIOR EDITORS THE STORY OF GLASS • • In Our Daily Lives Glass la no longer a luxury, a* It was In early day;. It Is Important and vital in modern life, yet we are so used to it that w« tiki it (or granted. Here is a picture to show you slew of Its uses, but there are many more. Look around your homt and tee how many places you can find glasa in use. Janet is holding • mirror, in which she has been admiring her string of glass beads, and besido her is a little glass elephant ornament. Behind her is a window letting in the sunlight, and overhead is an electric light. At the right is i thurmorneler, and the radio on the wall h»s glae« tubes in it. The milk bottle, tumbler, bowl, measuring cup, and aoda bottles' arc all made Iroin glass. Color this picture with your crayons, and then paste It down on cardboard. Cut around the lop edges ol th« bowl, measuring cup and tumbler and bend at dotted lines. Then, when you fold the bottom panel forward at the dotted line they will stand up. Now you have a collection of pictures on the story of glass, and can have your own glass museum. (This id»a was contributed first by Linda Van Doren, Dayton, Ohio. If you send In a usable idea care'of this newspaper you may win $10. Violet Moor* Hlgglnn; AP Newafeatures). 10-20 Next Week; The Age ol Chivalry FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershberger 'Riding has become more popular with young couples since we thought.up the rumbJe-seat saddle!" llaU CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Every election year I have trouble with Henry! He tries to exercise, in the home, his right to vote!" True Life Adventures True CBKrrKAi. AMERICAN MOTMOT BIRD NWITH PIWB LOM^ TAIL- FEATHERS- BUT IT HA.S 1T6 IfEAS AS T<P WHAT „ BEAUTV. AVJAV Knit a shrug to toss ov«r every tiling, to keep you warm and cozy! It's done in a fast 'n' easy pattern stitch—So becoming with all your fall and winter fashions! Pattern 503 has rasy-to-follo\v knitting directions. Misses' Size* 32-34; 36-38 included in pattern. Send 25 cents In colim for thli pattern—mid five cents {or each pattern for flrst-rln.s» mailing. Send lo Alton Telegraph, e«, »e<llrrrnft Dept. P.O. Box 181, Old Chelsen Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, your Name, and Art- dress. Our gift, to you—two Wonderful patterns for yourself, your home —printed in our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book . . . Plus doyens of other new designs to order — crochet, knitting, embroidery, iron-ons, novelties. Send 25 cent* for your copy of this book now— with gift patterns printed In it! Nero Back View PRINTED v - * '"" PATTERN Our new Printed Pattern has a lovely new look for winter! See the softly bloused back, cleverly accented by a curving beit. Step-in front of smooth sheath lines—so flattering! Sew Jt in corduroy, velveteen, wool, or cotton. Printed Pattern 4665: Mlssei' Sizes 10, 12, 14. 1.6, 18, Size 1« taRes 3%'yards 39-inch fabric. Directions printed on each tissue pattern part. Easy-to-us«, accurate, aassures perfect fit. Send 35 cento in coins for thli pattern—add five cent* for each pattern for first-class mailing- Send to ANNE ADAMS, car* of Alton Telegraph, Ml, Pattern Dept., S43 W, nth St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Style Number. 1 LITTLE L.IX1 "UNTIU IT HAS TWO U3WOE6T INTO TH5 4iHAI , TUFTS APFe<2TBJ7 SV ALL APULT MOTMOTf THIS eHOULt? A smart man is one who j thinks twice before saying nothing. ©NEA® TO THE MOTMOT6 LOS ANGELES ^ - A van and storage company has a contest among its »" ivers lor the best signs they've seen around the country. Some recent winners: On a wrecked car—"Never underestimate the power of a wean- an," On a taxi—"I'm lovely, I'm engaged." Outside a bur—"CockUU hour, I p.m. to 1 p.m." /• Freeie Spaceman SAN DIEGO, Calif. JP - Dr. George Gamow, Russian-born physician sajd it may be necessary to freeze si>ace pilots so Uieir conscious lives would be suspended during long trips. lie told the San Diego chapter of the American Rocket Society that it would ta|w 10 yews at the speed of light for a space ship to reach.the nearest star. Pool Trouble PALM SPRINGS, Calif, JP — This desert resort, which claims to be the world's swimming pool capital with one for every \ 12^4 residents, has been having pool troubles. Examples: A builder got a traffic citation for moving a "used swimming pool" down a main street, blocking motorists. A burglar broke into a home via the pool, one of the type that are built half indoors and half out. A householder reported his pool stolen. A 15-foot portabln model, it had been lifted out of his back yard. *

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