Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1958 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 5, 1958
Page 12
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PA&E TWELVE^ JUD& SAXON ALTON i 1LLLGHAPH By Ken Bald *nd Jerry Bronfleld STAY AWAY FROM Hf«»Ju5TlN CASE? HEWS THE DYNAMITE. LET'S SET it PLANTEP SOON AS POSSIBLE.' DON'T ftlSMTtr KNOW. BUT YOU STAY OUTA HIS WAY. HEAR? HE'5 USLY MEAN WHEN HE WANTS.' /sintTON'T woftfti; PA. HE'S NO . 0 Of WHS? KflCTfWHAt',5 HE TAUCiN ABOUT? ITU HIS OL' MAN SAYS HE'S BEEN MlSHTY SECRETIVE. 'BOUT SO«6 PITCHERS HE'S TOOK lAreiy..., WAS By Wilson Scruggs WtE STORY OP MARTHA WAYNE MOWOM I AFrtR fueuay HUMH.IATWS Awot WOULW/T usreaio *«/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner DUNWO IF I SHOULD 60 TO THE LOCAL POLICE WITH MY LETTER OF INTRODUCTION FROto THE ROW6 POLICE CHIEF... THIS I* * SMALL VU.L&SE. AND I DON'T WWJT "TO APVBRTI5& THAT I'M LOOKING FOR A CONNECTION BETWEEN SMODKA VIVAWI'S DEATH AN0 CAKDOON'S RLACKMMLERS 1 . L'Vfr LEARNED "^ CAPTAIN 6ASV? DO YOU VERY LITTLE ABOUfiHAVe YOUR PAPERS WITH HER SO FAR-yvOU* WE WISH TO CHECK THEM AT THB POLICE STATlOM] THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith COWflOP WOOID SHOOT someone By V. 1. Hamin ALLEY OOP YEH...MORE'NMOREI SUSPECT TH' HUMAN HAS PASSED ITS PEAK. 1 MYSOSH.OOR ) WEU..VOU KNOW ALL, THEY J HOW HARD IT IS HADWkDO <TSET EFFICIENT WAS BRIN3 I HELP THESE WVV5. I CAN SEE ) CARaESSNESS.I SUESa. THAT...BLJr \ VOUSHTATEU-'EM TBE HOW COME?J MORE CAREFUL. HCW THEY SO ABOUT THEIR PL/TIES/ 'SA COUPLE MXIR BOVS,aJZ...THEV GOT HURT; I1H tr Ml •««» ta t* OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE ^ AFTER V9U EMERSE FI?OMTH£| SOMETHING BESIDES PICKTLE5 VOL) HAD AT THE ._.. PICKLES I NIBBLED AT HE OWLS PiCrJlC -~ PAP/; — AENJOO,! ALWAYS 5UFFEI , HEADACHE- IP £MOTIOMALLV,A\ A"SREWeR^-/WUST .ROUSED—VE6TSRDAV WHE(0 \ g p f ^TIPP BILL V--BANDER AND ALVlM OFFEREP/ \ ifs 4ppriAL TO FlMAMCE MV VACATION NfJlTH/ i " vluvEW*> PAPER f?OUTE SAVIN6S.X / V OELl\(EKY.y ^«^/f^^ ~^P/M//J '/ <£=& \*W4%2&'Ss •= \\^^^- // ' YA - .^ ^»» ~**^^ ^_ . * I "^ ft ^ *-^^ ^-^ *^J8RAUCH6«. \ U /i •% s2s£%& •H V ffS^f *' ' " s'Zts'ZfZZzZ iUtm^i^mHm^£i^^^^i^i!Si'fi^itfJ!iii^f^^^f» llMFlRWITV-n.f OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams DRIVE ON.' THEY'VE OOT EVERV eeovE $o FAR/ PRIVE ON—THIS ISA CHURCH PICNIC; ftORM THIRTY YEARS TOO SOOM FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser AM/ ns WCWTW ir TO HAVE A QUIET 6VENIN6 ALONE/ 0^ our AND MAVe A BAU./ / 6V' YOUR. :HAKMIN<S DtSPOSITKJNi Ml, DAD, WE DECIPED T& USE YOUR. LOOT , Tt> FEED A FROUC BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Marttn BIO BEN BOLT By John Cnltefi Murphy RIVETS By 0«org« Sitte THE BERRVS By Carl Grnbert NAH, MY FAMILY WONT" I TOUCH THE STUFF .' r --' . ._ J siAm IN FACT THE CLOSEST THEY COME TO EATING SEA FOOD.., IS- SALT WATER TAFFY/ DID YOU DO MUCH FISHING ON YOUR VACATION HENRY By Carl Anderson 2. PEATUBB. PICTURES! PAPBP- •' PULL PAGE OF' DONALD DUCK By Wall; Disney '5 AAV \EVV\ SK PRESS...) .IKE IT? Cl gOUgHT ONE JUST LIKE) x ^" y 7.5 True Life Adventures UVING 8E1=?ORE THE 61ANT REOVsOOOS i>»MB TO THE R^CIFIC'CO^ST. THB AURAUCARIAS .Fi-OURISHBt? ---- TORAtf THEV EXIST OMtW AS FOSSIU6 IN THE PETRIT=IEP 01* ARIZONA.. , ^M^^iiV 7-5 DIMlftllMtoUMFl CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "We really roughed It this trip! He lost his tobacco the first day out!" I C Junior Editors Quiz on- BRIDGES QUESTION: Why are covered bridges covered? ANSWER: The huge concrete and steel bridges that Our rivers today- are far different from those uaed ty thi» country's early settlers. Simple wooden bridge* sufficed In' the days when the horse and carriage were toe main mean* of transportation, but these bridges had to be well constructed to withstand the weather. During winter In northern state*, heavy enow often col- lasped even the strongest spans. To protect the bridge* from anow, the colonist* built *hed-Uke structures over them. The slanted roof enabled the mow to slid* off Into the river. These covered bridge* also provided traveler* with protection from sudden rain. The fact that some of these covered bridge* still stand most of them in New England -.1* proof of their durability. • • » FOR YOU TO DO; V yow ever motor through the north* •astern states look for covered bridge*. Mo«t of them are marked on road maps. * * * (Jo Ann Gundlacb of Johnstown, Pa., win* $10 for thl* question. If you have a good one, *end it on a pottcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newtfeature*. i* car* of IW« wwipaptr. Monday: Why do M«r» IwWUt 7) 1-» Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" SATURDAY, JUL^ 8»_lK» Quilt Thrifty beauty! Even the smallest scraps will be of use in thli colorful scrap quilt. Vivid hexagon pattern for pillow-top or quidt. Pattern 563: pattern of patches for 2 arrangements, directions, yardages for single and double beds. Send 85 cents (coins) lor this pnttern—add live cents for eaoh pattern for first-class mailing. Send 1o Alton Telegraph, <M», Needlecraft Dept,, P.O. Box 181, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern NumUer, NaJme, anil Address. As a bonus, TWO complete patterns are printed right in our LAURA WHEELER Needlecraft Book. Dozens of other designs 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! Sun-Sational PRINTED PATTERN 4822 SIZES 2-8 Newest sensation under the sun —the muu-muu! No fitting, simplest ,of sewing—just pop it over daughter's head to wear as sundress, smock, or beach' coverall. Printed Pattern includes pants. Thrifty, gay, pretty! Printed Pattern 4822: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 0 dress, 2% yards 39-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pat* tern part. Easier, accurate. Send 85 cent* In coins for Ihli pattern—add five cent* for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care ol Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 848 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Siie and Style Number. If looks could kill, a lot of people would die with a batch of bridge cards in their hands. ©NEA 1 * FATHER'S HELPER MONTCUJJl, N.J. 8 - Mri. Dorothy Kaveny want* to be * , licensed plumber. To prove she lias the skill, she recently built 9 20x40 foot swjmmlng pool in the back yaud for her five children. She got interested In plumbing seven years ago when her father- in-law died and her mother-in-law wanted a woman 111 the family plumbing business. •"You'd be surprised'' what • sense of satisfaction you can gel" from being able to fix a leaky fauoet or unulog a stopped-up clotiie* washer" say* Mrs. 1 K«v

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