Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 34
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 9, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Klrtiy*Wood OUSWTO aurt OWN MOON* JUDO SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Rrnnfteld «ftS?*eSS&S?r W»THTOW«I . . WOMOTHER, BUTHefe y wArru K3U MffiT HIM....' BONT SAY MOTHER! IT ISN'T PAIR/ BESlWS. X CAN VOUCH FOR HIM.../ BUT HE'S ONLY A UFEGUARP AT THE CLUB RDOL. DON'T YOU THINK you-- ANO so CAN 1 „.. R/5 BUNNY yo LIKE A QUICK WORP WITH you BEFO« THIS CHAPEK •MAKE IT SHORT, OfttJ... HERE HE <TOME6 NOW... THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs MOTHER, mi NOO PLEASf 5TOP TREATIM6 ME A? IF I HAD BCEW EXPELLED KOM FLAND0K FOU MAPIJUAWA WITTIES? AU. i wo n«,s Tine* THE MU6HTB? IM 1MB WOMAMW AITTOP HAKPUIUIJ6/ f WELL, I'M <3OW<S TO HAVS MOTHER, I KEFUSP TO VOUf FATK6K CALL TH6 S CO BACK ID THAT ' ;AM, AMD--/ iMSrrrurc FOR SHOBBBP//) CAPTAIN EASY MAY WANT TO OR TWO THERE WK 8*NT A CMC HERE AND DRI\m OVER TO WNa'fr CIWSSIN61 A HALT HOUR By Leslie Turner NOT AN OAK TREE IN 5IORT1 THESE ARE BLACK WAUMOTl LOT* OF OAKS IN OUR TIWBIRLAMDS, BUT I DON'T THINK WLL FINP CR055IN6! A5KTHI& MOTIVE COME ON MK.MtKEEJ LET* VISIT KADMAW'5 COU5IM1 £_1»«0 b^N(A.Jnc. T.H. K«». U.S. fit. <Mf THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OVN I tNTOO, MOM? OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 2l£$ RAP/ /KY LIPE15 A VlEARY TREAD- V * e> y/Miii gtMEM OP to SUCH DOLL, LACkC- JLUSTER TASKS AS FETCHING (JALOMsy PRDIATKE OEHCATE55EM A^D FLAILIM6 f?L)6S/-«~I CAM SCARCELY , I AM A MEMBER OF THAT SPECIES CALLED HOMO * ' WHICH HAS PRODUCED MARCO flXO, SHAKESPSARe I AND BlMS-TElM-'-^FOR ALLTHE INTELLECTUAL CHALLENGES LIP6 APFORDS M&.Z MISHT THET HID AIM'T NO MOKE BCWLB6GEC' THAW A "THETSAWACT/ HE'S. AFTER A JOB AW DOM'T WANT A MILK PAIL EK atau SHOVEL HIS HANJP--HE WAMTS TO BE A COWBOV ONLY/ KEEP HIM \ AR0UWPPER / A WHILE AM' V WATCH HIM SNEAK PEHIMP TH' BARM TO REST--TELL HIM WE CAIN'T A CRIPPLE AN' THEY'LL STRAKSHTEN UP HOW PO VDU KNOW THAT HE ISN'T BOWLE<3<SEP 8EMCH-LE&C5EP FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Merrill Blosser WELCOMeTD CASA ER—MOWA80UT Ofl* A CHOtCE TABLtr /TPlS -~ LIKE OVE*. »6 SO —1 NEED AM UNLIMITED AMD O9V-Tb-RB^ WH£M I Dk5 DISHES/ BtO HEW BOLT By Jota Cidtofl rr ewur txo H4v§ SOME KIMP Ot BUILt-lM 9IMMICK THURSDAY, JUNE 9, I960 Jiffy Halter ALLEY OOP , ,THIS W KIND , 'Of ASPSdAL' By V. T. Haralln OH, WELL, A OFlMf VIEW- CTALS WHL S»VE US SMC WHOLS STORV TWM5TIN' "EM RK3KTNOW/ RIVETS By George Slxta 672 ,wucu THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert AH HUM /WASNT THAT A ROMANTIC PICTURE? THEN THEY LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER LIKE LJS...HUH, DEAR... Varied flowers lend colorful touch to this jiffy-wrap halter that otps shorts, slacks, skirts. Little yardage—use remnants. , Pattern 572: pattern pieces; j transfer of embroidery: misses ! sizes small 10-12; medium 14-16; j large 18-20; directions. i Send 35 cents (coins) tor tht* I pattern—add 5 cents for each ! pattern for first-class mnUlnR. Send to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NOW! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREt; —.3 quilt patterns. Hurry, semi 25 cents for your copy. Swift-to-Sew PRINTED PATTERN SIZES i 14H-24W HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney I'M HOL.DINS THIS SSKT •Junior Editors Quiz on— WEAPONS True Life Adventures Pulse of Life TVtERE & A ORKAT VARIATION IK THIS ANIMAA-6. THE SL.OWBST is THAT 01= THE EUSPHANT BEATS PSK MINUTE. BOOTS AND HKR BUDDIES By Udgar Mitrtiu ANP 0MAU_£K BATC A HKSH SONGBIRD'S VIBRATES FAST AS QUESTION: tVher« woa th« longbow/irst used? • » * ANSWER: Bow* and wrowihav«b««iu»«dbymaB vino* p»*» Witorio ttmM to hunt food and to dwfend oU&olt SavigM w« 4hem even today. The bow usually it made of fl«tbU wood beat into a eurvt bf • bowstring. The arrow it a long, straight stick, tipped with » •harp point at one and and feathers at th« oppocits. Th« fostbar* help make It Oy straight. The ancient Chinese, Egyptians ttd Tnrki used the bow aMt arrow for hunting and for defense. But taelr bows were pom- parstively short. The longbow-It was about fix feet lonf-wts the mate weapon of CngUsb soldiers in the Middle Age«, tt wts M effective that It hastened the end of metal armor. Bows and arrow* were the chief weapon also, of America hdius, who used OOM, oovper and MOM to tip fliir wows. e • • FOR Yoy TO DO Try to mite a bow and arrow u th* hdltos did. When you tut them, do so ovtdxton and in aa art* where yw wttl h» WM yew wUl uot etrilw my<m» with •« •rrow, • • e (Bart BatUv «f Wadmoat, Ctjit, vm 110 tor *!• qusMiM. Mall your o/jMtion OB » pMtosjrd to Viols* Moore HlftlMi AF Mews/eatuiws, !• •«• of thU •ewapaper. If diqdlea •N received, Mra, m»HM will aelsM the wiMMT). Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily The Surplice Line—wonderful for slimming half-sizes! Step in. wrap, button and be ready to go anywhere! Sew it swiftly in feather-light fabrics. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses' style. Printed Pattern 4558: Half sizes 14 1 -. IB 1 ;-, 18',^, 20',i, 22V-;, 24»s. Size 16>,i> takes 3% yards 39-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send SO cents in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 343 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, Style Number. Split-level homes aren't new—it's just that years ago people admitted they lived above the garage ©NEA® Hiubud Really Buy While Wife Ww Away "Don't ever let your husband out of your sight" u, the advice of Munira Boulous of Cairo. She recently left home to visit her Bother and returned to tind her tusband had changed from a Christian to a Moslem, aod d> voreed her and married the woman next daw. Munir's appals were fruitless au, t«r husband had written a decree "| di

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