Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 31, 1956
Page 22
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£AGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31,1956 BtO BEN BOL1 John Cullett Mnrphj By George Slxta HE ogs// KI& WH0 WINSS «T HIM AND PUUS HISTMt OUt OF THIS ) POIVM /MD BE JOINT' VoUiET UWTlLHS'S PIUI6MEDM DONT KNOW WHO' giplililSi^iS-iliniii! s&gpN?! wti& '«•'.**: .JMS; -.fcv' THE STORY OP MARTHA WAYNE HI, CHICK! By Wilson Scruggs THE BERRV8 By Carl Orubeft J.EVER/4*0 TKMOtV...fTlP T HERS AEAIT JILL wARiNGAOirt- x «y WAY TO Voue EVPiAN^eE" ] DO you A FAVOR] OR SHOULO 1 SAY , YOU'LL Bff SORRtf eLiEVE WHAT INK? TO SAY BUT THATS FINE, OH NO! HE'S GOING TO CAD, DO MDU WANT TO HEAR ME PLAV THE- HARMONICA VOLJ GAVE ME 5 PRACTICING JACKIE. ...NOW STAY RIGHT THEf?E AND PLAY FOR YOU ALL EVENING THE YARD OR AFTER ALL YOU WERE NICE EX-FINANCE ONE Of we (SALS us soaocir i* PUEDSIS& SOMEPLACE' ENOUGH TO BUY IT FOR HIM ' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin those filet doilies add a look of elegance to your home I Easy-to-follow charts make crocheting so simple. Laco stitch and K-stitcn brine out the lovely design. Pattern 5'l,'>: Crochet direction*, charts for 1K- nnd Ill-inch doiliex. done in No. SO cotton. Scud 25 reiiN In coin« (or Ihln pulti-rn — mid fivt> cr-nls for «-Hch pntli'rn for first-class mailing. Send In Alton Tclcunipli, fiB, \«-f<llrcnift l)c'|it., ('.<). Hov Ifi/, Old riirlscn Statlnn, New York II. X. V. Print plainly Patient Nnnilicr. vour Nnnic, und Art- By Walt Disne BESIDES, EVEN SMITH D\D BW TICKETS, THf>T"=> NO EXCELLENT/^ A»5O^L!TELy -' CONioRATULATlONS.O t \VE gQT IT AU\PE.' < HE'LL LUCH.V gift to you -• nvo wondf/rftil pattern'; for yourself, your -- printed in. 'iiir Laura Wheeler Book . . . Phis do/- ens' of othr-r new desi'jrns to order — -crochet, knitiins;. ironons. ncn cities. Send 'J5 cents for your cop\- of this book now — with gift pnite.rns printed in It! 1956 b/ NEA S»r»tc», J/ie. T.M. Kef. U.S. p«(. Of THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ISWO STOP Wonder-Topper! ..<- s M.* • •--» ,. ',HVtG.SMlTM) CARNIVAL By Dick Tumor [•TODAY'S ASSIGNMENT FOR: By V. T. Hamlin K3ESNT SEEM hVELL, VOUSA.W I CW4T SEE HOW A \ OF MOVING fT\ IT UP AM'^ . _ *** * l2 - \ EITHER, DOES ) THERE JUST NO TROUT AN 1 STILL. V THERE? /WASN'T NUTHIM JUNIOR EDITORS ...BUT I STILL SOT A TRICK OR. TWO UP MY SLEEVE.' 5TAY A. WEIGHTLESS ^? BUNCH OF NUTHIN LIKE THAT/ With MAJOR IIOOPLE OUT OUR WAI' By J. R. Williams COOP OL' HALLOWEEM DAVS IS WEAR OVER-- THEVRE SlTTlW STRICTER AM STRICTER/ SitES 12-20 4841 »-42 HALLOWEEN VISITORS OUR BOARDING HOUSE tfu1 E X AW.MRS.KOOPLE. ,, Aft\ERicAN STAGE'S 6iFTro TO HIDE TILL MY ees-piTCHi^s di5NT5> COME 'H COOL OFF/—PVTHE WAY, I CAN PLAYl TO TELL YOL) AgoUT TK& PIAMO gy EAR NOVM —AND xUHHE INDIAN WHO HAM& AM UNCLE- — -- jflg^^Tiiri^ m$ HEAD FIDDLES OLD JOE MILLER HIMSELF = FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BORM THIRTV VEARS TOO SOOW By Merrill Blosser WAMSAROUNpTIO. PRAO Tice is ovep. AMP itt WAUi VOU HOAF, ;-„ PI6EON.' CAPTAIN EASY J0£ IF ANYONE /THAT <SUV SEEMSl PROP«»V.TEa/ fiORTO'SURLV 'EM J'LL BC , I WHAT'S WRONG WITH HI/A? MAYBE WE'P BE A/TO CONVERT IT INTO SITTER TOO,/PAM McujBHouee RJR ACCIDENT HAP KEPT/ YOUNG POYS UP TO US STRAPPED TDA TWetVP/ 6IVC 'EM CHAIR I=OK TWO I A PIACB TO PLAY Y6AES/ NOW WHY \OFF POE€ MiiCee WAMT THAT WAREHOUSE ry ^~-*nr By Leslie Turner TT'? A PET IPEA O'MINE THATXCUNCX YOU J SOLP HIM ON- OIV/ HEY, VoNFOU'NPBP TU A "^ THE KIP WHO WOULPN'T; LITTLE , TELL ME HOW TO J( HOOPLUM/ The belief that October 31 was the night when ghosts mid witches roomed the earth goes back to ancient pagan days. When Christianity spread It became All Hallows' Eve, or Hallownen. After people stopped believing in the old superstitions, girls and boys dressed upas elves andplayed tricks, fivon today many children still dress up and have parties on this njght. Some ring doorbells and aolc for "trick or treat." Here are two Junior Editors who have set out on Halloween. Judy has a witchrnaskandaredi:a|ie,and has tied on a pair of her father's enofis, which make a finp clumping noise as she walks. Bill has a rod wig cm his head, and over that an old cap with a hole In It. He has his slater's apron on backward, and a big false none. Color this with your crayons and then paste it down on cardboard. Cut it out along the heavy outline and fold It forward down the center on the dotted line so Judy and Bill will face each other. (Craig Schindior, Sioux City, Iowa, wins $10 for contributing this Idea first. Perhaps you have an idea for Junior Kdltors. If so send It in care of this newspaper. Violet Moore Higgins; AP Newsfeatures.) 10-31 "Will you get this speech up to date? You're one town behind interchanging names!" True Life Adventures •»!«'-.« r-!p k'^SS ^^ Tomorrow: Peter the Pieman FUNNY BUSINESS By flersbber^cr m^i " •.'Mr TtW** JH*. THESE I.BUT HOW? "As soon as he cools off I think he'd like to say something ahout your revolving .doors!" Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ••"" ^^JiiP^ 7 ^ B*AiKJ IS THE ANSWER. -H «iUP IS THE KKSHT SlZB E3K,4S8ffii9ff16 IV* ANV/ ^WAPE TO RECEIVE THE mzMHms&i?&''---yjiiii ™*&a HIT OP A RA.INPKOP WRH^^i^ VVHI^H TEAKS THE 6RDRS^A6E5 r * o^r^-mytsi^lS AKIC? SP ^^HE5 THEM UP TO *;,i"'^^w »6VEM FfcET FROM THE PARENT GROWTH. KARIBA MM TO OUST a2,(H)0 AMtlCANS Twenty-two thousand of the Ba- tonka people of Southern Him- desia will be moved to new homos' in the next 18 months, Salisbury reports. Trucks already are shilling them and their' belongings Iruni Hie Zambesi an-a which will j he Hooded by t| le groat Kariba'j Dam, now being built. Land iSj HKAU FAT MAN SUMS Senior Nicolas Golrigoizarri, 330- pound president of the fat men's club (Club de kos Gordos) in Bit- bao and one of the fattest men in Spain, is reducing. He is taking a slimming cure in Madrid and is now down to a mere 308 pounds. being prepared for the Hatonkus mi ijtes they have selected. I Easy! Easy! See the diagram —you can make this stunning new topper in s-o-o litUe time! Have it in wool, corduroy, rich vi'lvptoen—to star above your fall and winter fashions. Notice ils graceful "go-everywhere' 1 styling. Pattern 48-11: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 41). 42, Size 1.6 requires 2U yards 3-1-inch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Sond 35 routs in coins for this piitlprn—add five cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. St'iK) Jo A.V\B ADAMS, care of Alton TplPKrnph, 177, Pattern Dflpt., 24S \V. 17th St., New Vork tl. N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Style Number. People never know what tiiey can do until they try to undo what they've just done. ©NBA* HACK HOIISK TAKES WA'J'KKS AT Among those taking the water* at a mountain spu i/i France it Pyrame, a thoroughbred - the first horse in French racing to be so honored, Paris reports. Py. rame, a horse with great expectations, developed a wheeze. At the spa which specializes in breathing troubles, he is inhaling a natural gas and taking ionic to ward off aMhmu. The other patients have their tonics from a Kliiss. Pyrumo tn|tas his from a basin. A man's hetirl weighs "about II ounces; a • woman's nine

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