Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1958 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 14, 1958
Page 16
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FAOft SIXTEEN ItttH) SAXON By Kn BfMifltM THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner ANP GARTERS! LOOK MORI UKi A ftTRIP WKS* VICTIM WITH THE AflUSl THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ALLEY OOF By V. T. Uamin OUK BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE RISHT.CUYpE/ I'Df HEY.' I'M 6EIN6 mHKW^^mw^zwMWMW Mies BLAST- J MY GRArAD *lCOMA VHTM Al4 VlOTOS 5LU6SER 15 OUT OF TH£ . US MUNSRV5DSS 600ST OUR V4IWA PBVJ POP FULU ORE55 RESPRT. THE CHAMP- SHAPES UP AS A < ^% MAYBE CAhi LEASE Art UMFURMlSHED AMD CA89ASE FLAT IN AN OLO OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams MA-AM.' OH, AAA.' C'MERE ANP LOOK AT HIM--HE'S JUST POlW IT BECAUSE HE SAW ME COMFORTABLE.' HE'S LOOKlS^AT TH 1 — SHAKESPEARE BOOKS- IWA6ME HIM REAPW < SHAKESPEARE "AMP ANVWAY ITPOESWT TAKE ALL THAT TIME TO (»ICK OH, VES IT POES.' IT TAKES^ MUCH.VSRY MUCH,UOKK»ER T'PICK OUT 6OOP BOOK*-- WHEM 1 SAW TH' U5W BROW STUPE SHE'S REAPIM; i PCOPEP . TBETTER MYSELF- BE MORE OF A &EMTLEMAM/ Of UEI5URB FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser 1 LEAVf MAtT MACHINE RUNNIN6 E CRUMPC TWIS 6 THE MOST COMPtl- CATEP joe IN OUT WWEM 1 LOCK6O UP? WORKING STAMP BOOW AND HiSB BUDDIES By Edgar BUrUo MOW WCWJEP CP WEN BOLf By oTOHl CWreft M(lf|Hiy RIVETS By Ctaorge Sttta THE BERRY8 By Carl Grwbert THERE'S NOeOOf AROUNC AND NOTHING TO DO/ WHY DON'T MDU GET SOME BOOKS FIC^M THE LIBCM*? HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney 7-14 True Life Adventures SWANS' SWAN SONG if W\0mir»& WHNSrCUNG SWANS, II ON THB RMER ABCVE Nl/wSARA PAULS, MAW BE |1| MAXIMO A> TSATAvU MISTAVCH. StKUSB THBV MU6T 5S| TAKB OFF 8V KUNNIN® ON TWB WATBR If A«SiA)NST THB >MNP, THBV AKE G»=TBK» S| SWBPT 1NT<? THB CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "But are you sure they really need this eost«qMiving increase? Are you sure they won't just ^ put KUi the hank? -Junior Editors Quiz on- FISH QUESTION: Can/i$k from? • * , • ANSWER; Fish, like humans, must breathe exygen to live. Small blood vessels in their gills absorb oxygen from the water and send it to other parts of the body. If a fish Is confined in a small amount of stagnant water, it soon would use up all the available oxygen and would drovm. In the waters off Australia, Africa and South America there la an unusual fish called the lungfish which often pokes Its bead above-the water surface to breathe air. This fish, which needs more oxygen than ia present In the water, hie « atr bladder which it uses like a lung. If submerged for any great length of time', the lungfieh would drown, Ouringxtry periods, the lungfieh builds a mud cocoon around Itself and stey* inside It until the next rainy aeMon. It can live for weeke o* fat it ftare* up before the dry season. » * » POR YOU TO DO; Next time you visit an aquarium, go see • lungflel. It is an odd'lookjjtg «reature, M thie picture ebows. e * e (A price of 110 goes (o Patricia ing of Honolulu, Hawaii, for submitting thie ^ueetlon. Send yowre on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newefeatures, in care of (Us newspaper. Tomorrow; Where did Uw wleaUwe euperetition orlg- tastol) - 7-14 Telegraph Want Ads MONDAY, JULY 14, Weetf* Sewthrttty PRINTED PATTERN Just two main pattern parts plus facings — what could be asier to sew than this Printed 'attern! We know this summer dress couldn't be. more flattering —those slim lines are pure magic for your figure! Printed Pattern 4609: Missel' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size II •equires 3 yards 39-inch. Printed directions on each pat ;ern part. Easier, accurate. Send 60 cento in coin* for thl* pattern—add five cents for each mtlern for first-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care ol Alton Telegraph, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, address, Size and Style Number. Life-Size Doll A life-size dolly that will be a real playmate for a little girt. What fun! She's 32 inches high and wears a tot's outgrown clothes.,. and how big that makes her feel I Pattern 714: transfer, direction! for 32-inch doll. Send 15 cento (colat) for thto p»ttorn-«4d five cento for e*ek Mtorn for ftntctoM mailUif. Send to Alton Tele|r»p)i, M, Needlncroft Dept., P.O. Box Ml, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattora Number, Name, Md Address, As a bonus, TWO complete patterns are printed right in our LAURA WHEELER needlecr.ft Book. Dozens of other designe you'll want to order—easy fascinating handwork for yourselfi your home, gifts, bazaar items. Send 25 cents for your copy ol this book today! Recession* ere sometime! brought on by people not buying anything except what they can afford, ©NEA« STUDENTS PUT POSTERS aiOK A PUftON Al part oj an Exeter Univ»r- sity »tudeiUi "rag" in England, five student* "raided" Exetw Prison. They used a Judder to scale the wall surrounding tM prli«n, lowered tt* "nMs(".Qu i rope «04 pjKted po»tej» p« win dovra and walls inside. iwlUKd the prison governor, Handle Hiv- ris, Mid: "W any students would like to come up to the front gate* I will put them where they belong."

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