Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1958 · Page 12
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PAdtfWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 3,1958 JtDl) SA*09» By Ken Bald and Jen? Bronfteld SO, SOME- X NOBOPy IN 6OSWORTT5 TOOK 1 IV KNOW ANYONE A>H0Ty&RAf»H jTHEtt. IT HAD TO 86 US, H£y. MR./ ONE WHO KNOWS THIS BARNES * /AREA ANP SETS AROUND. SOT ANV WHO IT A IPSAS? COULPA BEEN... Su5 I'LL SHOW THAT Suy <9Vt<? ANO PlAYlNS BLAST THE PLANK ROAP UNPE* HIS NOSE/ SAY/ ISN'T HE THE KID WHO'S AlWAYS FOLLOWING OUR OIL CSEWS, MAY86 WE OUGHT TO MAKE SURE.... 1 >.t\ ^,,,, ^ NOPI... ONLY PITCHER-TAKiN- NUT 1 KNOW AROUNP HERE IS VOUN5 PAUL SfcORf OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner .K'ttinAk'AMu.'TUim.i UPSTART! . HAVK TO PINO AWOTHW\CROSSES UPA6ATHA WOPELt «2KISHSI VAN BWJNTl „ « SHE* A SCREWBPuLU HOLLV! WAUTED) DR. JOSS.0ET BDSV ANP FIND OUT EVERV- WHArV* TO POSE WR 50WE STATUB! I WM6 WU CAN ABOUT CAPTAW 6ASV AND DIP SHE- W?CP ™*T IDSX IN THE BUD...AND MOWll HIS BACKGROUND 1 . HE'LL POSE WHETHER WANT WITH rirtllil I g I, H y "^^^ I "H fc* LII<ES IT OR N(3T; ^T^ 1 WELL,, ASMH^'i ^ 1 THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ALLEY OOP By V. T, Harain OH, HES BISGER THAN EVER, HE'S ALMOST FAT... . HANPSOME AN' SLEEK. AM FAST As CAT/ OtiDINNV GET ALONG WHILE! WAS GONE? COME, LET'S GO GIVE A LOOK AROUND... I'M SURE YOUR PET CAN BE EASILY fOUNP! HEY, WHAT IS ) NEVER MIND TV) 1 THIS ANY- {OUESnOMS.OOR WAY? WHAT ) WHAT WE WANT YOU WANT? A ISMDU? YEH. BICi AS HE I AWRV3HT, IS, HE SHOULDNT 1 VOU.WHOA BE TOO HARD ( UP THERE, TO RND, j—A. BOY.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR UOOPLE MOUhiTAlhi- OUS IS TOPPED ONLY gy YOUR ANT5I COININTH& BANK : (?OM OUR PAP5R ROUTES, iNCLE BULSV—1 MEAfJ AMOS/ «-A SMART MA.M WOULD b MONTHS TO COUNT T/-«* 1 H&ARD VOUR WITM AOl^T MARTH^ \80UT A VAGKTIOM—V4E VOU PRIED US XJTA SOME 0IS LOO 3AM5 ~WANTA BE OUR AUDITOS TOUCHINS DIPLOMACY/ 6VJ5LL5 THIS OLD HEART TO FLOOD TIDE.'-—BUT I POSITIVELY— I COULDN'T ACCEPT— F/P-FP IT/ DOI^T UGWT OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams W ALL RI6HT I'LL LEND 2 VOU THE MONEY.' WE'LL P MAKE IT ATWO-/W3N7H LOAM, AT fr% INTEREST, TO BE PAIP BACK IN WEEKLY PAYMENTS, WITH A PEW, ALTV CHARGE IF VOU'RE LATE.' HERE.SU3N ^ THIS AGREEMENT.' MIIIW WELL, x Mo--THiwtcw ABOUT ITWONT THANKS, \ MAKE ANV DIFFERENCE.' 6OLPIE, 1 5DME OF US AREN'T HAPPV BUT LET UNLESS WE'RE SPEWPIM' ME THINK / MONEV WE PON'T HAVE, ABOUT / LIKE VOU, ANP THE REST IT A \ AREN'T HAPPY UNLESS LITTLE.' J THEV HAVE MONEY THEV AIN'T SPENPIN', LIKE HIM" &O AHEAP ANP BORROW > IT AN' VOU'LL BOTH BE SATIS FIEP.' THE MOMEV MEN i T M. lif ui fit. Ml. 7*5 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser MYLOCWER., (TOR WAS A WAY WITH LOOS/ ME'U- BE MERE IN THE , .i, v MORIJIM6,NUTTY/ POWM THE STREETS ABATWIM6 SUIT ON , THE STREET/ Bur _ ^ YOU'RE sucx ACWAJJACTEE, I'LL DRIVE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin mo BEN BOLT By John CnHen Murphy 1 DON'T KNOW. 4U.T CANBOl«Tfr.WH6W RIVETS By George Sixte THE BERRYS By Carl Grtibert rM PEDALING A BIKE UP A STEEP HILL/ WHEW/ THAT DOESNT LOOK }'" VERY STRENUOUS.' J HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney /EITHER WAV.. ( TAKE VOUf? (CHOICE.-/ I THINK I'C? P«EFEK B • THE HOUR. , ON SECOND ) THOUSHT, \ By THE JOB/ ) * True Life Adventures A STICK \IN TIME *\ WATERS THREACTEN THE NEST oir MOTHER STII-.T-—WHO XNOWS |1| OUST HOW TO TAKE EMEa&ENCV ACTION. ( M ... SHE RAJ6BS TT ABOVE THE CJM46BR CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "But I haven't been piling junk in the street, officer!" Thars my son's car!" Junior Editors Quiz on our NATIONAL ANTHEM QUESTION: Did rockets really exist when "the rockets' red glare" was seen as told in our National Anthem ? » » • ANSWER; It wa» during the War of 1812 that Frincli Scott Key wrote the word* to the "Star Spangled Banner," mentioning the rockets' red glare. Rocket* played a real part in that war. Moreover they were first used »• a weapon by the Chinese about the year 1225, but abandoned later for several hundred years. In the War of 1812, rockets terrified two American regiments, leading to the rout which left the City of Washington unprotected. The British captured and v burned the city. The invaders used rockets again one month later in their attack on Ft. McHenry at Baltimore But this time a hidden U.S. battery of artillery sank one rocket ship and drove the others away. Key, a young lawyer, was aboard a British ship watching the'night-time bombardment. He had gone aboard in an attempt to gain freedom for a friend. In the light left by'the trail of the rockets, he could see the American (lag still flying over the embattled fort. He was inspired to scribble on an envelope the words which became the nation'* National Anthem. • • * * FOR YOU TO DOi Virtually every American knows the first verse of the "Star Spangled Banner," but few know any more of the song. It would be an excellent project for you to memorize them s4l. • e » (The $10 award for today's question goes to Barbara Ann Cole of Ftlrlpwn, N.J. Mail your quejtion on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this •ewipaper Tomorrow: When did the Liberty Bell crack?) Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily For Little Hands Bahy anirrials for baby hand*. Use your fabric remnants — it takes so little to make these. They're made of two pieces. Separate ears add appeal. Pattern 545: transfer pattern of 4 cuddle toys about 5x6 inches. Faces in easy stitchery. Send 35 rents (coins) for thl« pattern—add five cents for each pattern for flrst-clnsn mailinR. Send to Alton Telegraph, ««» Needlerratt I>ept, P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New Vork 11, X. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. As a bonus, TWO complete pal- terns 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, gifts, bazaar items. Send 25 cents for your copy of this book today! « Shapely Chemise PRINTED PATTERN 4696 \^ SIZES 10- Fashion's newest figure-glorifying line — the "Chemise." It'i curved to flatter, skips the waist, narrows the hips, tapers at th« hem. A sew-easy Printed Pattern Choose cflbcked cotton, silk prinl or shantung for dress-up. Printed Pattern 4696: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size IS takes 3% yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 85 cents in coins for (nil ffattern—add five cento for each pattern for flrst-claHK mailing.. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Patteru Depf., 248 W. nth St., New York 11, N. Y, Print plainly Name, Addrem, Size and Style Number. LITTLE LIT A man always knowa what his wife expects of lim. The trouble is most of them can't afford it. ©NEA« CLAIMS "THE SECRET' SAN DEIGO, Calif ffi - Dr, James Peterson, University of Southern California domestic e* pert and author who has been mar* 'led 23 years, says adaptability if he secret. As an illustration, he said an engraved wedding ring his wife ordered for him us a surprise wai o large for his ring finger. Ralli- than have it cut down and dps- fpy the sentimental engraving on he inside of the ring, he always ias worn it on his second linger. Many American branch plants will exhibit at the Graat Scottish Trade Fair In Glasgow, this year -an event held every five yeais,

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