Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1956 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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f>AGE FOUflTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 195( BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin and Mrs. George Smith THE SMITH FAMILY ALLEY OOP By V. T. Ilaralin WHAT TH 1 JUMPIN' BLUE BLAZES IS TH' MATTER WITH YOU YAPS// WHASSA IDEA, FIRIN' ON BROTHER SAVAGES? OUB BOARDING HOUSE a-8 L__ With MAJOR HOOPLE __ Huso SriTLOOK AM <Xt) CIRCUS AWN I YOU TO £TAV CLOSE TO AT THE COUMTV FAlR-'—HAK-'KAFF/r CROCKS IN OBK PAWILY TOD HE 6OUSMT A f™ L i£W ( ™??rwrr gbSu y^ 85 **** 5 - ^ » ™«E/ OUT OUB WAY By J. B. Williams SAV, THIS LOOKS LIKE A VERY GQOP PICTURE THAT'S ON WOW.' VOU CAM LET THE PISHES GO FOR. A WHILE--K1O HURRV ABOUT THEM: NO, CALL. ys WHEMTH' COMMERCIAL. COMES ONJ- \ \ OFF AT WE LIKE I/ MOST THEM UTTLE M OP THEM.' COMICAL ( V CHARACTERS \ ^/ -ri_jf7-»j » i K. • J \ / YEH. i [ LAUGH MVHEAP THEV K.UW WOW A LOT.' /> t?iyrv ( f 9 / -z3r.r~<. «- ,..«•«„«. THE FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blower —WHAT Does WE CANT USE YES.Bur OUT A USf OF BABT SITTERS, I OUR. BAB/ OOMPt£Tt WITH W5SCRIPTIONS, i HAS ADDRESSES AND PMONP XGROWN UP. NUMBERS/ )— < WE CAWT CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turaer ftUf THfT ISN'T WHAT RITA TOLD Mi! HER "Bid WHAT PIP VOU YOU CALLEP RITA TO TH& \ENOU6H TO FlflUKE PHONE THE NIGHf PATRICK HE MAS LEAVIW LEPTTOWNf OlPTHECAUL/TOPISCUdS 5EEM10 UP5ET HER?V^ATLANTA OMSK, »UT WAMTEP H*R TO TELL VOU Hfr •ft WASCAUEPAMAV 6TOLE THEY MEKE 60NNA TAKE BACK IF £M£ PIPN'f \ FELT SICK.. <feorge sixt* DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney x- J - J —'^aaagjpy'a f LOCKED OUT OF>f$S;|f (^•OVVN HOME/jffp^^ r 7 ^ HENRY By Carl Anderson TODAY'S ASSIGNMENT FOR:- \ CARNIVAL JUNIOR EDITORS By Dick Turner AT THE SEAL POOV This If Dippy, who lives In the seal pool in the perk, and is • great favorite with boys and girls. They like to watch him slide off the rocks, dive head first Into the water and cove up shining like polished metal. He barks hoarsely, and when the keeper toMses him a fish ht stretches out his long neck and catches it in his mouth. After coloring this picture with your crayons paste it down on cardboard. Cut out the parts carefully, and cut the slit indicated to the water. Fasten Dippy to the rocks with a brass fastener or bent pin through the Indicated holes. Hang «p the picture with a string through the holes in the upper corners. If you want Dippy to dive Into the pool, Up him of( the rocks Into the clit in the water. (This suggestion was first sent In by Ton! Lynne Allyn, Honolulu. Send In your Idea care of this newspaper, and U may be worth 110 to you. Violet Moore Higgins; AP Newsfeatures). B-» Tomorrow; The Halloo* Boy TELEGRAPH. WANT ADS "CLICK' FUNNY BUSINESS By Henbberfer "Neither of us believes in long engagements! We're going to get married as soon as Ronald can afford a TV set!" True Life Adventures ©LJRIN6 t»AV.TlMB,TMB I QUASH LOSSOM BBB6 BUT TOWART7 IT THE PKI<5<DNJ5K MAV WAIT MOKNUNO ANP THE Sivedish Weaving By John Cullen Mnrphy fetO BEN BOLT -BUTNOWVOUVE 6W6NJOJB . SEE-HE STILL LIKES VOU...// SOOP 4WC3 M*, MP 1 CAW MELP SMOOTH I WO MISJUDGE SUW 'S WuC^ 8ST65 BUT >W? T«KIN<$ T TO VOU? PEVICES, If WILL T/tfg 1 T 100 PeecEwr oc THAT'S 4W SLSMEN.'T4t?v Business THOWA5. MY THE MOMSV M£> T POESNT o MP POUBTING By Carl Qrnbcrt By Wilson Scruggs THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE THE BERRYS vouu excuse ATEeeiftLF . N THE NECK/ A MOSQUITO BIT ME, BUT I SURE SMEARED HIM' A popular hobby, easy enough for a child to do! Simple stitches on huck toweling make gay designs for pillows, aprons, towels. Pattern 830: Charts, directions for five different huck designs. You'll be proud to display Ihii needlecraft at church bazaars! Send 25 cents in coins for this pattern—add five cent* for each pattern for first-class mulling. Send to Alton Telegraph t>6, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11, N. Y. J»rint plainly Pattern Number, your Name, Mid Address. Our gift to you—two wonderful patterns for yourself, your home —printed in our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft book for 1956! Dozens of other new 1 designs to order —crochet, knitting, embroidery, Iron-ons, novelties. Send 25 cents for your copy of this book now— with gift patterns printed in its Feedbag Fashion S-iO- M—14— L-I8-; Use a 100-pound leedbag <n colorful remnants — make this handy apron to keep you neat and pretty on kitchen duty! Se« the diagram—sew-easy, thrifty. Non-slip straps, plenty of protective cover—be smart, sew several ! .— Pattern 4880: Misses' Sizei Small (10,12); Medium (14,16); Large (18,20). All sizes, 100- pound feedbag or Wi yards 39- inch. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Hai complete illustrated instructions. Send 35 centa in coins for thli pattern—add five cento for eacfc pattern lor flrnt-clasa mailing- Send to ANNE ADAMS, care •* Alton Telegraph, p a tt«rn Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Ad Size and Style Number. College Coruerctope CARBONDALE, 111. * - Ever "I had to buy the little one to keep the watchdog awake!" TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" wonder what's tucked away behind college cornerstones? Illinois Governor William G. Stratton recently mortared up the cornerstone of Southern Illinois University agriculture building. Among the 25 items seuled away wens an agricultural bulle- tin entitled: "Shall Southern Illinois Vegetables Go South In August?" and a reprint from a cattlemen's magazine; "Where Will Crossbreeding Lead You?" Not very exciting you say? Weil, then check the new two leaflets that will probably be as timely a thousand years hence a they ai'p today: "Poison Ivy" "Chiggers." Driving the new cars Is so effortless it leaves the mind free to figure out how to meet the payments. Worm ALTOONA, Pa. » -, Three- year-old Marea Mannion looked down from her swing. "Mam*, look at the fishing worm that ii sizzling!" she called. "Marea's right, it ii sizzling," called Joel, 4%. But when Mrs. Mannion came to look she knew better. The sizzling fishing worm was a rat* tlesnake — 39 inches long, with six rattles. A nclglsbor shot the rattl«t with a target pistol after it had slithered and "sizzled" about tin Mannion lawn for a while. I

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