Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 29, 1956 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, October 29, 1956
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, OCTOBER 29,1953 BtU BEN BOLT .By John Cutlet) Morphy «r YOU DOWT MlUP IfV iV' SO, M*5 MVTOM-* TWS I* WOT cyATTLV THE THE STORY OF MARTHA IVAVNE By Wilson Scruggs OP CHUCK KNOWLES... ANOTEASTOUCH- IM<3 AS THE ONE JILL WARING THINKS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin Pue's POR. THE BENEFIT OP CH&WTV, GREAT T\U- JUST NOW.., WEU.-U., i SUPPOSE THE V.&NNS VOOUV.O ittVETS By George Slxta TIIE BERRYS By Carl Grobert A^ITTLE PI THANKS, OF EACH'I I RAL/ CMOH DAD... INTO KITCHEN ONCE MORE/ GETTING TOO BIG DONAJLD DUCK By Walt Disney THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith MOM, 90 I WAVE TO DO I MY 4O9 /> tiASO T\REO EVEN MOVE// HE CUTE./// TWE PISHES ARE «=>\NV< ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin FRANKLY I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF THIS NONSENSE! IF YOU PONT REALIZE THS \B A SCIENTIFIC LABORATORY, ITS TIME YOU LEARNED, YEAH, MAN ..AN' WHAT A FISH! WOW.' LOOKS LIKE YOU GOT Oil M1ZZOOLIE PRETTY WELL STUFFED WITH FISH/ ...NOW YOU MARCH THAT HALLOWEEN MONSTROSITY OUT OF HERE. Y'UNNERSTANPp OUB BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE HAR-RUMPH/? WMY MOT RELATE OME OF MY EXPLOITS, GO TRAP SOWB WOOD FOR TM& Fl REPLACE, AhlD I'LL TRY TO SWEEP THATTffASH rr'5 AN ESSAY ABOUT UKCLfi AM.05 TANGANYIKA I TRAPPED A GIANT FATAL 616 AS Asi EAGLE USING ONLVAR.OVJER THAT ACTUALLY ATE AND 5MAIL ANIMALS CALLED IT THe 'GOBBLE ALL YJRDN6 OUT FROM FOOTBALL, LIKETHB MA5TERPIECE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams NO. 1 CAN'T FINP XXKTY WAY MY BUD6ET FOR THE NEXT MONTH OR SO WILL ALLOW FOR A NEW 6ROOMANP MOP/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser PI6 "WlS CORMV BOP ! *DEA*- DREAMBOAT : PONT GET FRACTUPEP AT WHAT I'M QOIN6 TO SAY' FLUFF- FLUFF, BUT--. * I DOMY REMEM6EP- THIS LETTER/ OP ALLTUe NERVE .' STOP 6OINS- STEADY ANO . JUST BS FP/ENPS/ MOW WAIFA MINUT&, OOU— WHEN OlP L SAX THATf Ti%Z EjCACTlY A YEAR A50/ AMP POKT THIM< YO'UteE <SOIM6 T& SET AWAY WfTHIf/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner YOUSEARCHEP TH' BUIUPIN6. IS THERE ANY OTHER EXIT HE MISHT'VE U6EPUWEEN? THE TMISP COUUPN'T HAVE US EP THIS POOR WITHOUT JOE S6EIN6HIM/ ONLY ONE...IP HE WAS SMALlXflUT ISK'T ENOUGH TO GET THRU THIS \THERBST TRAN50/A.' THIC HALU POOR'«JOF TWIS PAPLOCKEP/5f BUILPING VACANT AMP ALL BUT / HMM.SO THAT NARK.OWS OUR «EAK£H A WAR ( FOR ANOTHER 6U6P6CT TOAMIP6ET MIINDnW S—^ A£ILP LS A. MOMI^EV.' «• .'.Mira UPSTAIRS; NEXT TO A . . . .. PIPE/ USCA DONAUQ, \ -"ii?^ \\ouuo >ou v.-,'v SMNOCHANSINS YT~* gpi? WITH /1 • Needle Treasure HENRY Carl Anderson Embroider this panel of the Sacred Heart for your own home, or church. The stitches arc simple, glowing colors forever lovely. A needle picture you'll alwayi treasure. Pattern 509 has embroidery transfer 10!i.\14 inches, color chart, simple directions. Send 25 rents In coins for tht* put lorn — add five 1 , ccnlw for each pattern for first-class mailing. Sniul to Alton Tolp|{raph, Sfl, Nt-oilIeiTaft Uept.. P.O. Box 181. Old ChPlsra Station, Nf\v York 11, \. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, your .Namr, and Ad- dross. Our gift to you— two wonderful patterns for yourself, your home —printed in our Lnura Wheeler Needle-craft Book . . . Plus dor- ens of other new designs to order —crochet, knitting, embroidery, iron-ons, novelties. Send 25 cents for your copy of this hook now— with gift patterns printed in it! Printed Pattern Easier — Faster More Accurate TODAY'S ASSIGNMENT FOR;. JUNIOR EDITORS CARNIVAL By Dick Turner A WITCH ACROSS THE MOON Summer haa gone and fall la here. Legends show thut most people In olden days believed that this was the time of year when witches flew about on their broomattcka. The evening skies are often dark and stormy, and It is not difficult to Imagine that a dark cloud scudding across the moon la a witch In her pointed hat and flowing cape. For our Hallowoen season, here Is a witch to fly over the rising moon. Use your crayons to make the witch a solid black, so her silhouette will show up against the bright yellow moon and the blue-gray aky. Fill In the moon'a features with a dark orange color. Then paste the picture down on 'cardboard and cut out (he two parts carefully around the heavy outline. Cut the long silt at the bottom of the landscape and fold back the right panel at the dotted line. Insert the long fold at the bottom of the witches skirt Into the slot at. the right side and from the back move the witch across the moon. (This idea wins $10 for Susan Oversell, Clio,Mich., who first sug* gested it. Send In your ideas care of thla newspaper and you may win the award. Violet Mooro Hlggins; AP Newyfeatures.) 10-29 Tomorrow; A Pumpkin In the Window 1 mm** T.M Rc( U.5. 'it. Wt •i-.. )9i* >/ »-EA StM<t. "" "Well, I'll say this for my Henry—if he's got a single bad habit he's mighty slick with it!" fc True Life Adventures FUNNY BUSINESS By Hershborger ! "Don't tell me you're going to work like that simply because you had your pocket picked yesterday!" THE <siAK)T a* ARMADILLO PAMILV, PIVE A psv«oTgc? TERMITE HE HIS OWN 4598 34-SB PRINTED PATTERN A Printed Patiern—makes sewing a pleasure! See how littl« time it takes to make this shirtwaist dress! Stop-in classic designed especially to flatter the larger figure, smart In all three sleeve versions—any season! Printed Pattern 4598: Women'i Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44. 46, 48, 50. Size 36 takes 4 s a yards 39-inch. Directions printed on each tissue pattern part. Easy-to-use, accurate, assures perfect fit. Send 35 cent* In coins (or this pattern—add five cents foi each pattern for first -rluxs mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177. Pattern Dept., *43 \V. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Style Number. LL.ITTLE e Vtii D»<> V«U H'f buuhoW tr Kwi >««• I g PRONT PASN0 IS pOU« INCHES AKOt? 6HARP, AMI? FROVIPSS 3UI<£K IWTO THE MOST RPRMIPASUS TBRMIte KIEST. Sweeping Enrollment C.UUiONDALK, III. ff~l the crush of enrolling 2,000 freshmen at Southern Illinois University, two brothers from East St. Ixiuis were almost swept away. A mix-up in room assignments temporarily played Arnold and ITALIAN CUW WOMAN When she heard her husband had been fired Mrs. Speranza Antonelli, housesvife of Trenlo, Italy, was annoyed. She picked up a club and knocked him out. Deciding she had been a bit hasty she went to see her husband's Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 1 Sablno Si'golwino in a broom , foreman- I loo. -and knocked out A psychiatrist, is a mun who takes money for asking the same questions your wife does for nothing. ©NEA® Grant's Tour Gen. U. S. Grant toured Europe for two years after retiring from office and returned to accept a third-term boom, but was beaten in the convention in 1880. High Cost of Time LANCASTER, Pa. IM - Here is an item about the high price of time: A 175-year-old grandfather clock was sold at auction (or $1,320. Auctioneer Stanley It. Dieter of nearby Lampeter said "I never heard of such a price even for the best of clocks,," adding that a good grandfather clock generally brings a price oi $750.

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