Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1958 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 15, 1958
Page 12
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 15, *tftl> SAXON By Ken BAM tin • wty THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Tamer IWM4T TO AT f WIUiMNm UHk»T WTHi fl CAN STAMP MUKi MUAHIOI IT TU TWN BUT WUK OU»»T» MNm ON I* MOLLV- THE SMITH FAMILY WMAT& r vunno ROT nw By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith TUOT* cnoocM > COR mfi ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamin YEH. I RECKON HE DOE3, FOOZY... ANYWAY, HE ALVW&9SEEMS X wrr REMEMBERS V HAPPY TSEE ME AfiAIN / ^\ou &M< TH 1 WKY...MXI X AFTER I BEEN A GONE f , SB fiOrtPP SWt/ED H* HIPE K A WHILES® *,*£ ONTcrTTLE 00 A. \ fiOSH.OO»> I MUST \OU S«kY OH' WITH F1SHIN' OR (TOOL-BUT MY SUMP1N WIFE ZEL.fM LIKETVW, \OU VWXS A-TALXIN 1 'BOUT MOULD/ TOMBSTONE? OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE 'Ns WITH VOI TOO MAhiy NOSES lisJ WISH OI?SIT/-*1'0 RATHER PAL AROUND CHARACTERS ROOTED L08BV CHAIRS VOU«E OUT OUE WAY By J. B. Williams WELL, WE'VE JU5T6OT AWOTHER BACK VARD NOW; POTTH'POaOOT INTK.BACKVARP AN' O.OSEP TH' C00(f" BUT I UNHOOK THE 5CREEW. THB weejRv WART ..^^^?r^*^. !:*-- Ffi£€KLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blower THISE TEBTM W6RI ¥ $HWH/ BOOTS AND HJSB BUDD1KS By Edgar Martte BBN Bt)LT By iota Ctlleii Morpfcy , rtOttiOMii. Wile n0N(y iw X HI* MOT Uttlf M*H0- ftfVETS By THE BERRYS By Cprl Grabert HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney /STAND BACK, ANDSETREAOX FOR THE <iOUNT OOVf N-' 7-I5 /THREE, TWO, ; ON&...WC"' LOOK AT True Life Adventures HONBV •>, ..-»¥ ^ . ' DM MANCHURIA THE VSULJOW- THROATED MARTEN 00&) B&SAU6E OF Hl@ . SWBBT TOOTH. U-IREP 9/ THB AM0HA OP HONEH HE SITS IN PROMT OF A BEEHIVE AN? SNAPS AT THE HONBVBEE0 THAT COME AMP BUT THBRK ARE MOKS CARNIVAL By Dick Turner mi i.. i... "i *** 1^,, t%,|P» I "It's his eyes! They wew bigger than hii ilnmach!" Junior Editors Quiz on- SUPERSTITIONS QUESTION: Whtn did tkt wishbone sut>er$titi<m originatt? '' » « '•«,' ANSWER: You probably have broken » turkey or chickw w}*hbont with someone many times and made a wish whenever the longer piece wouna. up in ypur hand, , It is not certain just where this unusual custom originated, but it is believed the Etruscans of ancient «trurl» were the first to practice it some 2,500 yesrs ago. The IStruscans, who ruled an empire in northern Italy, had elaborate ceremonies in which geese and chickens had important places. Ancient csrvuigs show the Etruscan people eaorific(af in& eating these birds, and the wishbone pften U promlneot, although none of thf carvings MtusUy atow one beinf brokM. It is believed that in those days ths bent was broken betvsta two persons who were unmvried, with the one fottinf tkj bigger piece destined to be the ttrst to be married, Uter i Iviiitstions Introduced the Wf* that a wild wpuld be grtatetf te th« person breaking oQ the Uri«r piece, * » » *••• . •• • . • •"• FOR YOU TO DO: H*r» »r« two t/ter eating • Isrge cbiokan boys brtikini Color the pl«tur«, (For submittiui mis i)ue«tioii, Petty Keeds e/ Waterloo, low*, wine lift, «eod your lusstloo « a aesteard to.Vlelei "— ""lini. AP ifiweleajMrif, U faff «| UUi aew*pa»»r. Wkal 1« w e4iurl) ~# Telegraph Want Ads ••9 WUfi* Spring's loveliest flower, wit* teria, in beautiful bloom on thret useful, elegant dollies. Pattern 657: charts, direction! for 9%-inch round or square filet doilies, oblong 9^x15, scarf 914 wide — any desired length —in No. 50 cotton, larger in string. Send 35 cento (coliti) for thtt pattern—add five cento for each pattern for first-claws mailing. Send to Alton TeJegrafih, M, Needlecraft Dent., P.O. Box HI, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, X. ¥. Print plainly Patten Number, Name, and Addren. 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 of this book today! Seiv-Very-Eaty PRINTED PATTERN 4707 SIZES 2-8 Quick, whip, up these sun 'n* fun separates in a jiffy—daughter will live in, play in, love them. Make several versions of smock, shorts, pedal pushers in no-iron cotton, denim, seersucker with our,easy Printed Pattern. Printed Pattern 470T: Child's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 smock and shorts take l>/4 yards 33-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Bead 85 centt la coins for this* pattern*-*** five cento for eaob P*ttern for f|rs>oj*as mailing- fteml lo ANNE ADAU8, care of Alton Telegraph, Pattern Qept,, IMS w. 17U. it,, New York n, N. V. Print plalalv Name, address, Bite Md Slyle Number. Junk is the stuff you hrew away yesterday just before you needed it today. ©NEAd CEDAR RAPW6, j3!f > - ,Whjp the lal* Grant Wo«j was •truggllng to get a aurt a« an ar. tiat, be went to the oJtce of Or, B, if. McKwby, § dentUt. He explained h« needed aorae «nti) w^ but twd no cash tvail. able. He offered in payment a Ming ol « bjidge he had made n Paris. The dentist said he that would do. ,,,^'," ul4 W*«J. "it'l a deal, a bridge Jor a bridge." Dr. McK^ftby ifltap bfiCAAii model (or the faroar in Oraat'i

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