Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1958 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 8, 1958
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PA5B TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 8,19&8 JtDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld PON'T (TWO* WHAT 8ut IP MtTEft SET It ANVWA> •- just fN CAM HE "AS WHO BESfPES rvt eot TO to CAMP 6US «Et rOUR DYNAMITE AND I'll L6t YOU KNOW WHEN TO MAKE tHE Bid NOiSt MUSIC, HEV. . BARNES* THE STORY OF MARTHA WAVNK By Wilson Scruggs J&K OOWUM BAD WDOX..SO wmrg KTMG SELL THIS STUFF SOU? AS COFFEE? iOCK, CHRIS, OOM9U READ THE 'MAW VauMU IN THIS MORUIN65 COURIER? czars* xia KO&txeo TO lTKTR)i/i DOJSLAS LOUD, OFCHlCASO/'t MOW, UN DEAe5KBETA!?< CAW YOU GUESS EATIWC3 ME? CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner VBft. 5HE M* A OWL PRIBWD OC WR. cwtPOON, J.P MCKE& A«NT iw ROW6,WHO WAS DRIVEN TO 6UICIPE 8V BLACKVAILIK* KECBNTLVi 4HBJMW HAVft BEEN IWVOLVBD-. EVEN MURDERED TO SILENCE HiR WHBNJ HI* DiMH MJ Wt FOUND NO BVIDfNCS CONTACT 5HC HAO WITH THE UNDERWORLD! WILL, 1 STILL WAWT TO 00 A BIT 0' 5NOOPINS.JKI THE GUISE Of A TOURIST, PLEASE- OON'T MENTION M IK)TSRt5T IN THIS CASK TO AHYOHBl^——-^ ^NO ONE WILL KNOW, 5I6NORE.IF- «E CAN HELP CM.L US THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith PAP O4T f* win ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamin YOU TRV1W TtEU. ITHATS RK3HT, METMROWIN' BOO«N ITCOULDA AROUND INIJHERE i HURT ME.. COULWk HURT ANYTHING? 7-8 ...WHY, I GOULDft/WELLuYEH, BEEN HIT RIGHT I I GUESS 6MACK Ol TH' \ VCOULD. HEAD. I COULD.' BUT NUTHIN! I V \AN' IT COULDA, WLLEP COULOa, GOT HIT /WEU, \ME...AN' THEN JUST RIGHT HERE, NCWI YE£ IIOOKIT TH' MESS TH 1 COULDNT I? -A BUT. /COJNTWD BE IN.' OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE VER you KINS TUE CANE TAK& TM6 KEWPI6 DOLL. / HM.' THIS 15 Y0US ePOCH- 3RINK-II4TM6 5KANO PRIZE.„, ,„=- -^ MAKINS 5LOSAM,HUH? KIL&ENEK « UTONISHT gg. MAPPV,TOA\ORROW .POR«500/*»THAT V-s- •> .SNAPPV, MEANS A'LUXURIOUS , . TUS .,._, , AW , p a - MCAT.OM,WITHOOT^OCH-) \ J^l&^EALLT LIT YOUR IT6 PURE PIL5EMEK OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams WKSTHAT YOU CRVIW JUST WIMP BOTH.' IW PIS AWFUL WIMP COUMTRV, IF IS PAIWTIN' IN FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser DAY OFF 1 AMP FTOM LIFEGUARDIN6 WHATA AT TME PUIN6E,FR6CK?y RELIEF NOTlb HAVE TO BE CONSTANTLY „ OJ THE ALERT/ TODAY i NEED A (ZEAL CHArJk&E OF PACE/ ,/UON.' ( i'u, BET ME WOULDN'T i ^-^ LOOK IF I FEU. IN / BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar MtrUn \ 1CK.V v&O TO GO , MGtt PXVKH BIO BEN BOLT By John Coflen Murphy RIVETS By George Slxto YOU'RE WASTING THE BERRYS By Carl Grtibert INI FACT; ID SAY HER NASTY DISPOSITION WAS WELL- OH ....THE OL' BAT HASNT CHANGED —7 MUCH.... SO WHAT DID TOU THINK OF HER AFTER ALL THESE YEARS PETER, WU NEVER, ^ pa . i DID GET ALONG rf'NOPE.' WITH GRETA, DID YOU PRESERVED' HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney True Life Adventures MOTHER KNOWS DUCK, KNOWS THAT IT \& 6APH TO l_BA(7 HER SJEWLV HATTZHEt? BASHES DOWN TO THB VJACTfeR ¥*OR As MOTHER GREBB HOUSHBOAT POR HBR THEM AROUNP, SNLJS ANP WARM AMONfii THE PEATH6KS ON HER BACK..EVSN THEM IN THI6 ARNIVAL By Dick Turner r-Junior Editors Quiz on- AMERICAN HISTORY QUESTION: How many Pony Express riders were killed by Indians ? • • • ANSWER: The Pony Express began on April 3, 1860, at the suggestion of Sen. William M. Gwin of California, carried mail for only 18 months. TJie route followed the Oregon- California trail along the Platte River in Nebraska, and then went through the South Pass in Wyoming. Each of the 60 riders made a ride of about 75 milea, getting a fresh horse every 10 to IS miles. Because of the perils -Indians and holdup men-Ihe driver* received high pay. They were armed with two revolver* and a knife. But there Is no record that any were killed by Indiana. In the short time the Pony Express operated only one scheduled trip was missed. The service ended when a telegraph line was completed which spanned the country from east to west. » • « FOR YOU TO DO: How about a game of Pony Express? Lay out a trail through the park or on the playground which ends where it began. Choose (wo equal teams of three, four, five or more. Decide where the "relay stations" are to be along the trail and hive each team put » "rider" at each station. At the word "go" the first rider* take the mall to the first relay station whert they givs it to the second riders and so on until the finish line Is reached. Whichever te«m finishes first win*. You can play this with muke-bsUeve horse*, or tricycles, bicycles, roller sk*(ss or wagonf. • • » (Today's $10 award goes to Umar Whitaksr of Chattanooga, Term., for this question. Mall your question on a postcard to Violet Moors Hlgglns, AP Newsfeatures, Incareofthl* newspaper. Tomorrow; What I* the most deadly snake?) 7-8 "Slip in behind the wheel. Pet! Let's see how it looks— with the warhead!" Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily •)amn Dolt Just a pair of man's socks— * few scraps of fabric, make these cutest 'jama dolls! Boys and girls—all children love them. Pattern 736: pattern for 12-inch dolls and pajamas; pattern of faces. Dolls made of man'i size 12 socks, fabric scraps. Send 85 cent* (coins) for till* pattern—add five cnnts for each pattern for first-class mailing, Send to Alton Telegraph, flfi, Necdlecraft Dept., P.O. Box Ml, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11, N. 1'. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name and 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, your home, gifts, bazaar items. Send 25 cents for your copy ol this book today! Wardrobe Wonder PRINTED PATTERN Make a wonderful new wardrobe—from this Printed Pattern. Vary the neckline from mandarin collar to low squared beauty; sleeves in three versions. Easy o sew, joy to wear—pure flattery or your figure. Printed Pattern 4605: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 16 equires 3V4 yards 35-inch. Printed directions on each pat- ern part. Easier, accurate. Send 85 centi in coin* for thli uiltnni—add five cents for each tattern for first-claws mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care ol Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 24S W. 17th St., New York 1, N. V. Print plainly Name, Addrest, Size and Style Number. y-M Another neglected inven- ion is a set of brakes to top the car behind you. IODCX ON A BIO STALE HOWN IN ENGLAND What is claimed to be the larg- it model railway of its kind in he -world 1* on show in East aourne, England. Made by Bertem Otto and a friend, it takes up 000 square feet and Is 56 feet ong and 31 feet wide. The rail- oad has American, British and outinental trains running on a mile of track through 23 stations, 'itli two »ig terminals, a has wusands of tiny people, sputniks, n atomic plant, an underground aUway and aji airport. Mexico is using cowhide bale- ball covert, \

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