Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 24, 1956 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 24, 1956
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PAGfc ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, IP/56 BIO BUN By John Cullen Murphy vic MOQSV PACES O, C4VW OLP TflAL HCfSE > IIII 'L£DSEf JOUNNV' eeeius HIS /nereomc H/SE TO wg TOP. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs ju,DOLL, SFDArrtE" vow OCB5\ ncMFsn.v me* WITW vov SPATTEIT OF usHrs,,, \ vou SHOULD BE CEvrrcviLLE AFTEI? o4cv,..cir4cxF)A POET NSTEAD OF HOPES, KEAertCMB,FAlLtJCFS, /OF JliSr A D\SC SUCCESS!:?. 1 ^^~\ JOCKEY/ 7 "JUST A P'SC JOCVFV7 NO, JfLL. f i L!XF TO THWCF MVfffLP AS A VOCF W£4(TD ABOVE" THF ON OF fHf CCOVES --A VOICE BMGNS COMWOVSHlP AVC» M1/5IC TcMLl TH05E 5OL/TACV CfLLS.8UI CT/Ck', f'W 60M5 TO GIVE RIVETS By Cteorge Sixta PLAYING *HIPE AND SEEK" IS FUN, BUT THIS TIME RIVETS REALLY HAS US STUMPED/ WAIT A MINUTE,' ...NOW IP I WAS RIVETS WHERE'5 THE U6f PLACE ANYONE WOULD EXPECT TO FIND ME*?.. COME ON// LCT& GO// THE BERRYS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin &**&?&* ^75&& THE SMITH FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. George Smith By Carl Grubert ^^^,v. HONESTLY.' AREN'T NOJ EVER GOING TO GROW UP.-? fl I HOPE YOJACTA LITTLE MORE DIGNIFIED AT THE OFFICE.' BUT IF I HAVE TO FEEL < TO ACT DIGNIFIED, THEN I'LL NEVER GROW UP.' 6ML. ewgt DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney ANSWER THAI; OONALP... MKS. JONES.' FOR-XOU.' x yACKerx sN >AC... I** Jli ".•^»- I £? ^^'^8-24 SUCU , WUEWE CMP VOU E PWINC OOTP»T? N PEttPECt PVT/ OM.v/E <SV40P ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin y'&*Zr WWOHMUG, WELL, HE \WMAT WAS THAJ , BETTER DO IVVIND-MAyCHINE/ YSOT ME SUMPIN ) UOOKIN' . (BUTIFiGGER OJfimABE "Ny ABOUT < CONTRAPTION NTGO SEE LYNCHED FOR \EM, 'ATS ) HE RODE OUTA> WHAT HE'S BRING1N' ALL I ALL/ X HERE IN/? r-4 P 0 "^ WITH THOSE BISON A—. S^»~ ^Ai4. IT,' IN ON THIS RA.NGE? O/ « , OCAY.OSCAR.WEVE GOT 'EM COMING ALONG NCW_/ GOTTA HAND BEAR A LITTLE MORE / iTTO \OU.DOC. TO RV3HT NOW- -_-•( THIS SURE BEATS IT! ^v \ THE LONESOME > COWBOY/ THE BUFFALO HERDS SEEMED ALWAY5 TO MOVE INTO THE WIND, NO MATTER WHAT ITS DIRECTION... SO... HENRY By Carl Anderson •TODAY'S ASSIGNMENT FORr. JUNIOR EDITORS CARNIVAL By Dick Turner OUB BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE DOES THATMGREAT CAESAR,, INCLUDE A /WACk^/I'VeA (SOLO V PHOTOGRAPHIC ' FDR FOR THE ^ FACES — I j KMOVJ THAT, TEET ™ fiafM - HE Zj. M ,, CAM DRIME OKAV, MlST&E, IF VCD AlKTT A ^E^6ITIV& MAM, 6l)T THAT W(?KKT NEED5 T3 PAET5/LA60R AND ALL.THE- ABOUND SEEM HIM. TOO A A OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams Vf I NEVER SAW A (SUV \ I SO AFRAIP HIS SPECS I I MIGHT HAVE BROKEN / V THAT HE &WEAKS ./ POWM OKI 'EM.' ,T £___ (TAINT THAT— SUITS OF OVERALLS ARE FMFTV PERCESJT Packers AMP HE CARRIES. ABOUT ALL HIS TOOLS IM'EM.' IF HE BEND5 OVER, HE HAS TO PICK'EM ALL UP- HE JUST DOW'T LJKE WORK ISALL.' LIFE'S LOMGEST MINUTE e->* l*'M*. tot- TJ*. >«« l>t ^>V FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser LET'S TAKE A TRIP -5 , Cannon Mountain In New Hampshire a modern thrill has been added to the beautiful scenery of the White Mountains. It la the Cannon Mountain Aerial Passenger tramway at Franconla Notch, where the "great stone face" appears In a rock formation bf the mountainside. The tram-cars, hung on steel cables borne by three massive towers, carry 11 passengers for an eight minute ride of more than a mile. Passengers get a wonderful view of the surrounding countryside »• the many-windowed cars rise 2,02? feet from the Valley Station to the Mountain Station. The cars are operated by the state of New Hampshire. This picture shows Lake Echo In the background. Color It with your crayons, paste It on cardboard and hang It up by a cord through the holes indicated, so you can add it to your collection. To make the car travel, cut it away and thread two strings through the holes at the top of the suspension bracket, as the diagram shows. Choose two posts or trees and put a screw eye at the top of each. Then thread the strings through and knot them, as the second diagram •hows. Take hold of the two ends nearest you and pull the car towards you. Then take, or get • friend to take, the other ends and send It back again. (Beverly Webber, Portsmouth, N.H., suggested this Idea, first. Perhaps you have an Idea for Junior Editors. If so > »end it In car* of this newspaper and it may be worth 910 to you. Violet Moore Higgins; AP Newsfeatures.) 8-24 T.M. »»t U.S.»«t,o«. <C 1»M by MEA Btnloi.'li "Don't be frightened, Pet! It probably thinks you're its mother!" True Life Adventures Weave in One Color 817 Swedish weaving on huck toweling forms guy mottos and designs. Make mixer and toaster covers. Colorful decoration, smart protection for kitchen appliances! Pattern 817: Charts, direction! for huck weaving; pattern for mixer and toaster covers. Send 25 ctMits in coins lor thl» pattern—add five cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 66, Nendlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, your Name and 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 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! Soft Flattery SAME TO TM£ WBST IK117IAM 6URNARD FISH. WALKS P(6HT PAST ^A6--poBS^)'r WWS C*. WE Of= "HAT ANIMAL 1 HATi? By Herahberger BUSINESS UKATCHAM/^ LAKE CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner (JO. IT'5 A FUNNY X THIN6..,Hg PIPM'T ^ TO REALLY WANT THE JOB ALL! TUKNEP WWW GOOD OFFER! VOU KNOW WHERE H& TOLP U&l Ifr JO& WORKING FOR VOU NOW? UNPER$TA.WP PKIENP JOt RPHMCH AJOBHBKfr /FROM A IN HI& HOME fOWM . THAT'^ HEARP EVER SEEN HAR.ROHATCH OVER- FINS SERVE S\WIMMIN<3 ANP 66 RK3IPUV 6UDIN6 ABOVE ENABLE IT TO PERAMBULATE AU>K5i TUB BOTTOM 6URNAUP IS P W» MBLMET.' There's a soft look about this lovely fall dress, that makes it a wonderful sewing 1 choice for any figure! Have it in two sleeve versions—with novel but-, toning neckline, smooth bodice, a graceful 8-gore skirt. A wonderful choice of sizes |oo—from 12 through^ 44! Pattern 4800: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44. Size 18 requires 4'4 yards 35-inch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Sertd 35 cento in coins for thl« pattern—add five cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Sonrt to ANNE ADAMS, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Style Number. I'oor Maglo LITTLE ROCK, Ark. ff-Dale Edward Vinsett, 12, was missing from his home and his family feared he had drowned in a stock pond. Magis was called into play to locale his body. A neighbor woman tossed a couple of Dale's shirts into the pond, She said that the spot where they bank was where he'd be found. Dale husband wants to get up at the crack of dawn to i was found, all right, lie was at go fishing!" ' the llome of <* Wend. Couveulencjr SEATTLE K — A couple of Army sergeants finally have ended' their "weekends marriage" arrangement. M. Sgt. James H. Moser and Sgt. l.C. Edrie Moser got a transfer together to Ft. Ord, Calif., after both re-enlisted for six years. The master sergeant was stationed at Eugene, Ore., during most of their first year of married life and the sergeant first class was stationed at Seattle. The world is full of peo. pie who want their consciences to be your guide. MARKSMAN 1IAILKD AH TODAY'S DAVY CU(M KKTT Marksman R. A. Wilton, of Mas. terton, New Zealand, is being hailed as the first rifleman in the world to register the "treble-rang* possible." In the Hawke's Bay championships he shot a possible 105 over 300, 500 and COO yards, using the reduced Bisley scoring rings. This, observers said, is like a golfer chalking up three holes- in-one in a row. Israel now has 14 Christian hospices to accommodate son.»e 500 pilgrims at low rates, Tel Aviv reports.

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