Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 16
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PAGE StXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,1958 SAXON By Ken Bald and Jetty fironfteld THt VK(1SG\ST WDUIPNT UPP'aAMMCP UP STUBBORN. OBVIOUSLY HE WASN'T HAVING i\ANYTHING TO PO WITH SOME' IVlXINS INVOLVING A tOCAL ^•v MAN. IN CACT, NE ALL ffEAPy FOR ME WHEN 1 CAME IN... »"~ TOO 6OOFER All RlSHT.' NOW BARNES WILL /WAKE 6VERV MOVE WITH A MAXIMUM Of CAUTION AMP A HATFUL OF MATE' KPlCH SOt TO HIM.' I WAS FOOLISH ENOUSH 1» LAY IT ON THE LINE BEFORE X WAS READY. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs VOUVC GOW610 HAVE IDSETTlfi WITH ME/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner WXN, IVE PICKED fOU TO SCULPTURE IN HEROIC CHARACTER LINES IN THE- F-ACB...THW 5PU6NDIP TORSO! DON'T VOU AfllfEE, . DR. JOSS? NOT ON . NOW IP VOU WILL EXCU5E WE- £IT DOWN, VOU! NOBOPV KBFUS&3 AGATH* VAN 6RUNT! WELL I DO'. THIS tfr RIDICULOUS'. I HAVE NO INTENTION OF POSIWS FOR YOU! THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ITTYUTTCHLV I COULOn'T ,- orfe ofcvoc* fe ctnc./ tpsr wcu. ways, rwcn « moY\t, JUST servAome m Ttroe ^OR TVA« PIZZR rue ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hatnin WEU.NOW I NO. IT'3N0t.. YEH.SURE, GUESS OUR I DESPITE TH' VpFCOURSE- REUNION'S | KISSING I FEEtX PINNY/ COMPLETE!/ THW STILLTHERES SUMPIN MISSIN'J FO02.Y, VOU OL' 1 OOP, MY PAl/YOURE^-— %OH.OOOUA! A SIGHT TO SEE/ /OJUSIN \ JUST HEARD ANDHOW'RE VOU BOYS, ( WPRE ZEL! THAT \OU TWO YEZZIR BOY. THAT BE! HAD BEEN FOUND.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE [ESAD./HARTHA .' ALL SAY HOVM WAM WEARY I APPEAR—AND I FlMD MSC-LP WANDER- INS PATHETICALLY ABOUT LlKEr HAMLET OK KINS L&AR.'-u-UM-HAK.'ASA SCIENTIST MYSELF, I'M 5URE A N&RV& SPECIALIST, WOULD ORDER , VACATION- •</*/•/*XKAFF-KAFF.', MX E*iXl\ S,YOL1'(?e COLLAPSIN6 'U A \MET 1<ITE, AND MO WONDER — SLAVlNS SIX i STRAIGHT MOUK6 iM A Y5AK, 6A6V-'5ITTINS. / *- VM&LL. IF, A PASSPORT 15 ALL WANiT, OKAY- AS I £AID, IP ^THAT'S ALL IVI S ALL— KACK-KACt<. — EXCEPT A CA6H PgQ8l tfgfft OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OH.THET'S FIWE.' PLAY -HOME OK) TH' FA&TEST FRlEMPS ARE VYkPB ALON6 OLP HARDSHIP TRAILS, , . FOR I'LL ALWAYS LOVE A AAOUTH HARP Ju MIU »..' TILL, THEY TUCK ME IW WITH NAIL&. •• •« '•• ••• *' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser WAYS SOT M6 DO66ONC MCASURB WITH WHILE U'VVy AT MIS STAMP AT PLUN6E", BIG BEN BOLT By John Callen Murphy m{9te*MOK&P YOU* EYES STftAl«Ht AHEAD. WHAT ST«CTKJ-A«M MEN &.f"*A*MW<»!M FlSHt WtH SlUY RIVETS By George 8ixt» X SHOULD THINK VOL/D BE INTERBSTB IN 006 STORIES..// THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert HEX MOM.. HERE'S A PROGRAM FOR VOUi I CANY (COME NOW. I'M TOO BUSY.' BUT ITS HINTS ON GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AND HOW -7 TO COCK THINGS/ AND WHATS THE MATTER WITH MY COOKING AND' HOUSEKEEPING?) JACKIE, THATS WHAT I ' MEAN ABOUT LEARNING TO KEEP YOUR BIG FAT —7 MOUTH SHUT/ HENRY By Carl Anderson BAG OF MARBLES 25? MEY,HENRV-YOU DON'T HAVE ALL YOUR MARBLES t DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney DIllnfeM br Xtui rnton SvwH!«l«. 7-2 True Life Adventures STORM WARNINGS HAMOIS PROM THE MOUNTAIN CRAGS TO THE UOWER VAU-BVS WEA.THER PREDICTION : _ __ IN THE H)<3H MOUNTAIN RESIGNS* BUNCOS, BURROWINO IN HA.VSTACK6, AKiNOUNfiE: "THUNPERSTORMS ANC7 STRONG WINPS MAV BE EXPECTEP/ CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin "Oh, Mom! I've lost my place in the cook book—come see if you can tell which cookies I'm making!" -Junior Editors Quiz on- INDIANS QUESTION; Hou> did Indians make arrowheads ? • • • ANSWER: Before the white man came, Indiana had to make their own weapons. The bow and arrows were the best of these. Th« bows were made of awn, hickory, or other tough, •pringy hard wood. Arrowheads were made of bone, flint or the shiny black natural volcanic glass railed obsidian. Such stone was extremely hard, but could be split under'proper pressure. Making an arrowhead took care and patience. It had to be chipped into shape by placing the edge of the arrow head on a piece of atone or the trunk of a tree and chipping at it with another •tone. Or chips could be forced off under steady pressure applied with bone. The arrowhead was made into a rough triangle sometimes long and pointed, sometimes shorter and more rounded and with a blunter tip, as the two small sketches In the corners will show you. Here is a young Indian looking at an arrowhead he if making. » • » FOR YOU TO DO: Co to a museum if possible and see some arrowheads on display'there. Anyway, color this picture and mount it on cardboard for your Indian collection. « • • (Our $10 award goes to Laura Gravley of Cartersville, Ga., for this question. Send yours on a postcard to Violet Moore Higglns, AP Newsfeatures, In care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: Did rockets really exist when the "rockets' red |Ur«" *** seen M told in our MaUojwJ Anthem?) 7-2 Heirloom Handwork "The Lord's Prayer" in filet crochet, handwork that will be a treasured heirloom. Make thii panel for home or church. Both Catholic and Protestant versions. Two sizes of each, depending on thread used. Pattern 879: directions, filet chart. Send 35 cents (coins) for thli pattern—add five cents for each pattern for first-<'lnsf» mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 88, Newllecraft Dept., P.O. Box Ml, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11. N. V. Print plainly Pattena Number. Name, and Address. As a bonus, TWO complete patterns are printed right in our LAURA WHEELER Needlecraft Book. Dozens of other design* you'll want to order—easy fascinating handwork for yourself, pour home, gilts, bazaar items. Send 25 cents for your copy of this book today! Sew-Very-Easy PRINTED PATTERN 4817, 20 Look pi'etly and poised all day, all summer in this smart shirtwaist with torso-slimming princess lines. Easy sewing with our Printed Pattern — see diagram. Ihoose drip-dry cotton, .print voile, pique, shantung. Printed Pattern 4817: Misses' Sixes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 1« takes 5% yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send SO cents in coin* (or thlt pattern—add five cent*' for each pattern lor flrot-cInK* mulling. Send to ANNE ADAMS, onre of Alton Telegraph, 177, fatter* Dent., 343 W. 17th St., New Vork II, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Addreiw, Size and Style Number. Most people don't believe everything they hear, but most of them will repeat it. ©NEA« Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" COLO AT OPENING OF HTAIKLV HOMB One of the disadvantage* of owning a stately home it th* difficulty of heating it, Umdon notes. Ragley Hall, owned by th« Marquis of Hertford, U no exception. A party there to celebrate its opening to the public, torn* of Lord Hvrtlord'g gueitU weje drinking sherry in a reception room; pthers were being phnwn around the house. Suddenly, the marquis rushed In, grabbed a glass of iherry, and rushed uut, "I can't stop," he explained. "One of the guide* hai fainted from the cold." 1

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