Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1956 · Page 16
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 19;,f, By John CuHcn Murphy BIO BKN BOLT BOSS W4MTS TO , KiD'S P/W — •"" ~ &OCD BCiS By Carl Griibert THE BUKKVS By Wilson Srmggs THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE DONT GET FRESH WITH ME, YOUNG NOW WHAT IS IT VOJ WANT TO TELL ME /TO Live TO MY ABOUT rive s MINUTES OF SAB wiTXju- HEY, POP.' IVE GOT NEWS . IS SHE -< ATO1WP7 J DEMON DISC JOCk'FVWMQ IAS WHISTLEC'S MOTHP? WHAT CAWf DO PC 1 *? SOJTBV, Bl/T CCWANV FOP0ID WITH EMPLOYES CMWS 5TOPE BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith WE BOUGHT SOU PRESENT, rAOTvAER r TODAY'S ASSIGNMENT FOR:. ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin 'KT'S RIGHT, 8OYS.. I'M HERE UOOKIN'/ UNW,! FOR BUFFALO / DUNNO, DOR.. WELL, SIR, HE'S *>- -^A CRITTER? MAN, I'M ROOTN'.TOOTlN'/WHKTCHfr.\RXIN 1 TO CORRAL SIX. HURRICANE, / WANT WITH \ OR SEVEN, MEBBE A CRITTER EIGHT THOUSAND UKE THAT A, OF 'EM. 1 THAT'S WHAT/ HE'S JUST NATCHERLY A ME AM CUSS.' HUNTERS... WHAT'S A WHERE T CAN FIND ANY? OUB BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR IIOOPLE ^^PP^il^^^-f'.a VOD'LL 6E TH&/ LA<5T TIME VOE- l uAfM^^^^-T^^p^-^p eov ~n* AT 1M AT UNCLE HAW: >OU CHAP^> AMtpHT AT )S ,-,p -par- UAV S>i Ml k^O'^ H& t , r A .. T . OIL'HP AMH PAV i I 1H HA " ]> nUlPW O Her 1 uookup AND (-AV \( ^ MED - -^ DO f DEALT DOT IHB TH& SOMD/1 LATEbT AiODE lisl OVERALLS AMD WHITE COTTON) 6PORT^ OUTFIT FOE iT't> A PATTERN! l MAT ED Sy TAILORS- l ~ MAR-RuMPH/ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams f HE'S KIMDA THICK-HEAPED, 5O I'M HIM A LITTLE STAMP PANTED HOW TO PUT A LETTER TH' MAIL, BOX. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blossor CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner tfdC.1 POOK. MAM, H£S PKEAP TO TESTIFY OWW VOU MJD WTA LANE HAP ACCESS TO / RITA'EITHER! BAP... JU^T WEAK! PATRICK. \ I WISH I COULD SPARE WORKEP WITH 50 LOWS! fr PLANT RITA I IT'S LUCK.V HAV& vou TO FILL HIM THE HUMILIATION OF TO FACE- ME \ PIPNT fMBEIZLE THE THAT! ITHW WB(?£ LEA>VIN<3 NOW K A FEW DM£ ON THAT HON&VM00N VOU DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney HI^SOXS/S gUCHAHURRy?) TO THE ', JUST A MINUTE:.' DO you KO3> y'OUR PliSSX BANK? 6ET THE POOR. ) LITTLE 6UX5 7 SPENT ALL. V .\\ORNl\Ci -x VV/VTERING THE ) ELEPHANTS/ —' e: - - _ I'r--.^"-:'^-1 —1 H^~r^aSl——^rr^r ; THRILLEM * CHILLEM ^®igP4 i --~~i.. HENRY By Carl Anderson I THINK YOU CAN HANDLE J A BIGGER JOB, WENRV' J JUNIOR EDITORS IN THE BACK VAKU - J Tug -of -War -„„. Tug-of*war Is a game you can phiy with your (Mends in your own back yard, and here IB a cut-out to go with It. Any even number can play. TaXe t long rope and rruiKe a kJiot in the middle, and then make Knots along the rope (rom the center about four leet apart Thest knots make good holos, so the rope will not slip through your hands •nd hurt your palms. Stretch a piece of white tape across the grass as a dividing line. Pick up any sticks and stones In the grass so you will not be hurt U you (all. The leading players take hold ot the rope lacing each other, and their teams line up behind them. The side that pulls the other over the tape Is the winner Color this picture with your crayons and paste It down on cardboard. Cut out the figures and base carefully. Put the figures behind th« base and tasten together by putting a brass fastener or bent pin through the Indicated holes. Fold the ends ol the base forward. Then you can push the figures so they will rock on the base as shown in the small diagram. First Peter will pull Patty to his side and then Patty will pull him. You'll have to decide the winner. (Lent Smith, Alameda, Call! , wins $10 for being the first to submit this Idea. Send in your Ideas care ol this newspaper. Violet Moore Higglns, AP Newsfeatures) 8-1 Tomorrow; The Round-About FUNNY BUSINESS t^rrrr^—c..' * * T * * >T—Nj 4 * ••* -- * ^ _ ? "It's his day oil' fluty, sir, and he couldn't shore leavw!" CARNIVAL By Dick Turner Cool suiulrc.ss, with a darling embroidered birdio for its pocket ! Easiest to sew, niollier: nn fitting prol)U;ins—liow cindics waist. No ironing problems-opens flat! Pattern 554: Children's SI/PS 2, 4. I), S. included. Pattern, embroidery transfer, directions. Send '!') cents in coins for (hi* pattern—mid live cents (or cuch pultern tor first-clnss intiiltnu. Send to Alton Ti'h'Krapli, lili, Kccdlecnilt Dept., P.O. Box Ifil, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, .V. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, your Miime, anil Ail- tires*. Our .uift to you—two wonderful patterns for yourself, your home —-printed in our Laura Wheeler Needlocraft hook for 10:>6! Do/- ens of other new designs to order —crochet, knitting, embroidery, iron-ons, novelties. Send 25 cents for your copy of this book now— with gift patterns printed in it! Weetfs Sew Thrifty "Just like this! And if you can't find it, I'll lake anything you have in an 8U double-A!" True Life Adventures ATTACK FIRST-ASK. QUESTIONS CATER SEEMS T<0 BE THB MOTTO OF^THE KIN6BIRD AS ME KISBS FEAKLESSIY TO THE HAWK WHI£H INVAPE6 THE VICINITY Of- HIS NE5T. Ha B16&&K THAN A STAKUN<3,THE THE SL^JWEf? MAKJBUVeKIN<3 HAWK, UTTERING PBFIANcSe AKIP STK)KIW<3 AT HIS BA£K AMI? HEAP UNTIL. THE * IK1VAC76K IS PK1S/BNJ ANWAV. v V •&•»«. _ v^, Pattern 'I;.'.)!: 1-1. 16, IS, 1!0. Mivaml-inatch these gay fashions — make a wardrobe of sow- easy play clothes from this PH!tern! Sleeveless or short-slcev* classic: shirt: cool halter top: graceful skirl;- shorts, pedal pushers too! Five .smart styles to sew! Misses' Siw:s 12. Si/.e 3G shirt l?i yards 35-inch; skirt, 3's yards; shorts, 1. yard; halter, 1T» yards. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions, Send 35 cents In coins for <hl» pattern — mill five cents for eai'h 'pattern for first-da-,* mulling. Si-iul to ANNK ADAMS, care of Alton Tclfgruirti. 177, Pattern I)f|)t., «4.S W. 17th St., Now York Jl, N. Y. Print plainly Nami;, ISI/.ti and Style Number. LITTLE LIT Plnocchlo Memorial Unveiled In Italy haly's national monument to PiiHjcrhio has been unvoiled at ColUiiti. in Tuscany, Si-ulpimvd liy 1'Juiliu (!ri'i:o, it is a hron/.e statue surrounded by a wall inset with mosaie.t of episodes in the puppet's hislory. The modern version of the old Italian tulU tale of Pinucchio was written i,i l.SSO by (.'Mi'lii Loren/iu: Larxely through the film it i.-, known to children the world u\er, 'f'hou- Residents of Sari Cristobal. Vene/iiela. are subscrihiiit; towards the iusi of a new bridge. 11(1 yard* l" 11 ^. |l ' ''"" llie.r town with (\)iu-oi'ilm. .sands ol children sent eontribu- tions to the memorial 1 !) cost and received humorous "fib cards" ".signed" by Pinoi-chio and entitling e:nli to led one punisll- ment-li'ee lib. One fact about light thai most people agree on is that it gets here too early in the morning. Show Me MEMPHIS, Tonn. /P—Little Mickey Arloflge, who is 4, is a lad who has to be shown. Wlvn he saw a do)? the other day he cried to his mother, Mrs. Flora Ai'ledj;e: "Look at that big ole hound dog!" "That's not a hound, Mickey," said his mother. "It's a bird- do«." Mickey eyed her skeptically. "Leinme st-f him fly," lie said.

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