Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1956 · Page 31
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PAGE MRTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,1956 RIG BEN BOLT By John Cnllen Mnrphy Butterfly Applique By George Si.vta you SEE...'4 * ...T THOUGHT YOU WERE GOING TO CUT OLD-TIME?, vic POWT /SKE , WITH ORGAW/ZAT/OA/. MY DEAR. ORGANIZATION BUT HE'LL M-Ve IT .. CAW you DO BOTH? Y I'LLPO / TME BEST T l C/M xS HIM, Si THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs THE BEKKVS By Carl Grabert 7 ELFVEV O'CLOCK • ( ^"' WAV 11 TO C1IN OUT OH DE55£1TT; Al/VT WHENB'B? VOU HAVE A GOOD DAY SHOPPING, VOU CAN HARDLY WAIT TO GET HOME. TO FIND OUT WHAT YOU BOUGHT/ PLEVTV OFT/ME FOP A swoer ewe ro SHOW you BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin By Walt Disney Butterflies— use scraps of many different fabrics to make this colorful applique quilt! It's such a practical pretty way to use up remnants! Heirloom needlework. Pattern 768: Each butterfly a single patch. Pattern for ap- plique butterflies, chart and directions. Send 26 cents in coins for this pattern — add five cents (or each pattern (or first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York It, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, your Name and Address. By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith By Carl Anderson Our gift to you— two wonderful patterns for yourself, your home — printed in our Laura Wheeler Necdlecraft book for 1956! Dozens 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! JUMBO BALLOONS 25 * Wardrobe Gem! TODAY'S ASSIGNMENT FOR CARNIVAL ALLEY OOP By Dick Turner By V. T. Hamlin JUNIOR EDITORS ALL RIGHT, BOYS, WHATS JUST FOUR GUYS DO/ ONLY FOUR \ MADE THWLL WITH FIVE I THOUSAND \ HOLD JILLlON I SIX HUNDRED 1 KNOW BUT LEAVE THIS HU3HYVW COUNTY TAXING WHOLE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAI By J. R. Williams UP THAR IMTO THET COLLAR, VOU •*-£,-*- LAZY jT- HAY BDRMER..' ON YORE \i TOES MOW, ALL. VOU .n, BLAMEP JU6HAIPS.' r ^^" ' V^, LET'S TAKE A TRIP -4 ^^^^^^^^^^^ HAR-RUMPH/ MY DEAR ^^^^ TMI& TROPHVeoS^^^ FOLKS, THIS IMP£CI5HABL&^MlLETl ^»_ -*•- .^ . . ... _ /y DOl^e. Jlr-A»l/~ tfk ^• un . . S.'//A. *"~ . i * '-*!•»»— (Hi^ ni * ~r l(/^3 ll-T MORE THAN THE M&RE OF THE RACE, »g^l MAJOR/-^- 4fP ( ?'2E A6Alf>SST TIME ,TH& SALT FiAT^ HANE I. THE OLP AAASTTERS SERVEP UNDER FOUR TOP SERGEANTS AW WONE EVER. BELLEREP AN'SWORE, FOR THEY HAD REAL COMPETITION TH' LIKES VOU'LL NEVER SEE MORE. THE TOP KICKS. IN PICTURE AN'STORV ARE CUSSIN' ALL OVER TH' MAPS, FOR THERE AIN'T K»O MORE MULE SKIMNER& ID SHAME 'EM TO SHUTTIN' THEIR TRAPS By Merrill Blosser Oie,T\MO — BftEATME — CWE.-RWO--NCW UTS &o THROU6H (T A eoy USUAU-Y WATER WOLF / LET ME GO EAK.THC WATER/ By l^slle Turner TWO PA.V5 AFTER ROHM-CH VANISHED HE FOR A J09\ WE HfcP NO OPENING, I HAD TO CATCH M PLANE, I PIPW'T HEAR HOW HE CAWEOltri FIWP HIM Wadklk THK6 VOU. THIWK I WAS LYIWS! BUT THAT »s THE MAN I WAS TO weer AT THE VIADUCT, WITH KOHATCH& 6A6. , MR. ACRES'. ID LIKE TO CLEAR THIS UP. ir»OPOH6 NEVER RETURNED TO H» KOOM 1 . BUT WHY? HE'D HAVE NO MOTIVE! ALIBI I UNLESS W& TRACE JOE THRU THI6 APORE5&, THE POLICE WILL WANT TO I M9MT HIM TO A MM) WHO PIP... A MR PAT OLSCN AT THI* Yellowstone Park Is the o^est large wfld lUe preserve In the country. Its 3,453 square miles He In the northwestern corner of Wyoming, overlapping Into Montana and Idaho. In Its forests and valleys live elk, deer, antelope, buffalo, moose, grizKly bear and many species ol birds. The streams abound with trout. The park is noted tor Its beautiful colored rock formation* aad for geysers, and hot springs. Most famous of ,the geysers ia Old Faithful, which sends up a lowering stream of hot water about every 65 minutes, as high a* 170 feet. Here Ls a picture of Old Faithful for your collection of American scenes. Color It with your crayons, and paste It down on cardboard allowing a good marginbelowthe picture. Cut put the part? carefully. Punch holes at the. top of the larger picture so It can be hung up with thread. Cut the dotted slit in the middle and from the back you can push up the water of Old Fatthiul, lending a high stream into th* air and then let it fall back again. (The Junior Editors $10 award goes lo Aden Romlne, Gainsville, Texas, for being the first to suggest this Idea. Send In your Ideas care of this newspaper. Violet Moore Higgins, APNewsfeatures.) 8-23 "Don't let it get you, Al! You'll get a dozen who don't know anything about the subject to every one of these quiz show geniuses!" L Tomorrow Cannon Mountain TELEGRAPH WANT ADS "CLICK' FUNNY BUSINESS By llershberger True Life Adventures IN THB WIUUBST KIPSBS OF THB twv&e A BABV VICUNA 16 BORKI.BUT THIS is N^> PAMPEKEC' V<OUN<& ONB. FROM THE MOMENT OF BIKTH.THB FT?&3O<ilOiJ5 y<3UN<&STEK TRAVBL-6 WITH THE <5KA<aEFUL. f KIIMBLB- FOOTEI7 MERP THROLJ6H THB KU<56Et7 "I built that bridge ami I'm taking no chances crossing on it!" Warning JIELRNA, Mont. /!' — The Montana Highway Pati'o) has adopted a ni;w uniform shoulder emblem— the patrol star with (he state seal above the numbers 3-7-77. The numbers art- a symbol of the Vigilantes who ushered law and order ink) a troubled and unsettled Montana territory. The most aiTi.-pted explanation of the nuh'ibei-s is they stood as a warning for undesirable citizens to prepare to occupy a grave 3 feel wide, 7 feet long and 77 inches deep. U. 8. tirunt Arri'htcil MEMPHIS /P -— In a way Ulysses C. Grant was on the wagon the other night. A 15-year old man who bears the Yankee general's name was arrested for driving his mule and wagon while drunk. You're 1 so smart, so right—to sew this cool-weather casual! It's the most versatile dress you could have in your wardrobe! Neat enough for the office—flattering enough for a special date! And made in a lustrous taffeta or winter-cotton fabric—it's terrific. .- • Pattern 4878: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 5}, yards 39-inch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, Is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send 85 t'c-nts In coliiN for this pattern—utld five wnts for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 218 W. 17th St., New Vork 11, N. V. Print plainly Name. Address, Size, and Style Number. Summer is the (ime when life in the country agrees too well with relatives from the city. KEI) SUE SLAIN IN JUNGLE A Mill; Mil Red Sue, Malaya's most feared woman bandit, lias been killed in H jungle ambush, Kuala Lumpur learns. She had been responsible for scores of attacks on rubber estates and had terrorized villages. Sue, aged 20, was walking alone down a jungle track wearing a blue shirt, black trousers and a red-starred peaked cap. \ rille was slung over her shoulder. Bui bdore she could use it « platoon of Malay troops shot her lead. t

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