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FRIDAY, JUNE 10,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MIT MASTERS BIG SEN BOLT •affirm* TW OOULP ma 'CM MM, LW*L-»tOV*f OTH*T MOf 4 MM9 SOT 00MI KjND OF PDWEK TO MlKtWltHM COMlTtLC,» LINKttNCVMt w§« ANYHOW ALLEY OOP JUDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry BronfleM 111 BIT IT RUNS Af Will JOUR THANK >ea Aft.. MB, WrCE,,. IN VOUK PSSIR6 W* THIS BOX ARE YOU USING VOU* OWN CMUSHTER By George Sixto By Wilson Scruggs THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE •*«•*•*! YIP.VIP ^M MOT MUCH <SOOD WITH WORDS.YC K>M<T TAKE A SCAim OUT OP MY HAUD JB6LICVE AND MDU HAVEN'T MlKULSFT. / THAT, . COU.VCK/ CUW, S0MCTIMK I WISH I COULD OITMYOWI HEAfcTOUT/ 1 LOVE W6UDY SO MUCH IV6 SPDILBD HERttttTEM/ KEASOW WHAT WOULD VOU DO WtTM A BWBHTHJ^ WITM WHO'S KEU KICKED OUT OF COLUT66 / H«, I AND REFUSES T06IV6 IT AUOTH6K .X 6UESS. I*/? THAT BIRD CAN DO CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner YOU'RE THE MAN WHO DERAILED THAT ENGINE HE WA5 U*W<5> ASV AND MeKSfr W»IT THB COUSIN OF THE LATE LIPPY KADWAN DO IT. *UH i HE WAS A CONVIICT6P KILLER! SUHi I* THERE AN OAK TREE ON THft OLD KAPMAN FAWILV PROPERTY? NOPE 1 . I SUBS* I HAVE ACOUT THE- ONLY OAK IN TUB VILLAGE... IN IAY BACK VARPi OPCOUK$B,,.HE BROUGHT NOTHINS BUT 5HAME TO THE- FAMILY.... HI5 MOTHER PIED OF A BROKEN HEART! I BURIED HIM TODAY- NEXT TO HER 1 . THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OPEN THE POOR AND BENP tfER SO I CAM V:\5fc NOO <SOOP BVC, TVfi. it?/i«ff ?»<CK t9 V<e^ CAW Y«i TMtNK Of BSTTCJt ID BE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert BUT VOU THE ONLY TO LEARN SURELY WHEN I WAS A CHILD. ,na'?t- .'in.. I MUST HAVE ASKED MY FATHER THE SAME QUESTIONS OUR KIDS ASK ME/ WHEN DID f FORGET THE ANSWERS HENRY By Carl Anderson OVi&OM— DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney (SO THAT'S WHATJ / Hid OVERALLS ' / WAS POIM'HERE- ( HEWORKEPOM I AAV JOB WHILE! \ WAS OFF, HAH? / WHV, THAT'S TH' V. DUMBEST LOUT ? IMTH'SHOP-HE I CAMTEVEMREAP V OR WRITE.'WHY-- WELL.HE V ITHIMK f ITHIMKTH*r'SWHY WAS ON 1 THERE'S l^ THEV PUT THAT VOUR JOB I A SAVIN 1 \VOKEL OH W5JO0, TH'HULL \THAT<3OESASO'5 HE COULP TWO WEEKS 1 *LOOK OUT J <SET OUT OF YOU WAS yOFVOUR- OFF, IS -/SELF TO LOOK <ALL t \ OUT FOR VOUR- KMOW/J SELF*-- BUT I THINK OL' . .BLJMPPVER- THE DENT M THE PER9/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser LOVELV - - BBW HERE" AT INC LAGOOli / WE WERE Bur voufee LIABLE i> THAT FfcNCV DRESS/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin XUTOB, XUfe WWS *0»4\ P\CW UVfe\ UP KCXOX Ut True Life Adventures -w v THE BIG PLUNGE HOPPER TO gUT vJUMT* 1MTO THI8 SKA. FOR A. Fl^i PINNBR . WS PBC16ION THBM..,. THBy A«B HAvPPlW/ •Junior Editors Quiz on- GEOGRAPHY QUESTION: la Iceland ever called by any other name? * * * ANSWER: Iceland if an Ultnd in the North Atlantic Ooen, Just eouth of the Arctic Circle. It ii about the size of the State of Virginia, The valley* of the island are bright green, but the mountain! are barren and often covered with ice and snow. The iiland was built up by erupting volcano* and part of the mountains are actually beds of hardened lava. About 20 volcanoes are still active. Iceland bas many hot springs and spouting geysers which are caused by the active volcanoes. Because it is a cold, icy land but also has active volcanoes and hot springs, Iceland is sometimes called the "Land of Ice tad Fire." * * * FOR YOU TO DOs locate Iceland OB your map or glob* and measure the distance to the North Pole. Compare U with the distance from your borne to the North Pole, * * * (Carole Prescott of Duiuth, Minn., wins $10 for this question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higglns, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs, Higglns will ohoosetae winner.) 0*19 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Be the star at your own party! Wear this apron, done in filet crochet. You'll enjoy making it. Inexpensive—crocheted in one straight piece from an easy-to- follow chart. Popular bazaar item. Pattern 670; filet crochet chart and directions. . Send 86 cento (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for flrat-etaM mailing- Send to Alton Telegraph, M. Needlecratt Dept., P.O. Box Ml, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. 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 FREE —3 quilt patterns, Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Tiro to Choose PRINTED PATTERN 4562 SIZES 12 - Take your pick of summer's freshest necklines — the low square or the flip-over collar. Sew one or both spectator casuals in gay, drip-dry cottons that refuse to wilt. Tomorrow's pattern: Women's fashion. Printed Pattern 4562: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 takes 3% yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 35 cents In coln» for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, cam of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 343 W. 17th St., New York U, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, Style Number. • It's easier to be a care* ful driver than to fill out the insurance forms you'll have to it you're not. Honor System Works LOCKPORT, N. Y. (AP) - Sheriff's deputies say the honor system * o fself-service drinking underwent a successful test at the WaJmure Inn, Town of Niagara. Answering a report of lour men >eing inside before opening ttroe, they sped to the tavern, gun nough, the men were iwide 'drinking and paying fw ««cb drink an dmajdag tb» right etange from the tili" Owner Stanley Gbto tgjrf on lorgot to lock the door. OfBeere took the drinkers' oamw but no charges were placed.