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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH By JtJDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry BronfleM WHERE TO, BUNNY? DRIVE-IN MOVIE OR tWNCIN© AT CRYSTAL LAKE WWII/ON * CRTSTALLAKE... B6EN AWRJLLY SURE OF YOUR5ELP 6ETTIN& A PATE T«C SAME C»Y 1GU OOOH. I'M «ON» TO HA-fe you.' you KNOW ME TOO VOU «WT KNOW ME APTpl? ALL, EDDIE... IT'S THE TMC CAR THATS IMPORTANT- THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs HCY, I THOIK3KT VOut BKU SWPEOOff 1O KEtOeM SCHOOL TUPK, WHAT AM MEN/ DOING HEW? WO/HOW ABOUT TAKIM6 SOME LK*>MS I HATt TO BCTAK r«« UP, W6MDY, BUT FATHER f$ W«lTfM<3 K5e YOU, AMD I IMAGINED HE'S IM AW AVJ6T/ PWMC OP MIMD/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner CAPTAIN 6A5V, I'M INCLIMEP TO A4K66 THAT Uf»PY OIVWOEP TUB HICXNfi PLACE Of T« 5T0LBJ PAYROLL WITH HI& PYlNa IVOR05: "ftJRIEP* CRasSIW4.,.OAK.~" AMP cKEE Aft* HJ KINS'* CR055IM*/ OKLAHOMA. THE UTC LIPPV KADMAN'd COU6IKJ TAKE A LOOK AT THAT IX-MOMTH»-OIP NEW CLIPPING ANP YOUXL -BUT I THIMK HE MW HAVE 6EEW TO ANOTHER KINS* CR0551M4— OMB CLCSB TO TH* SCENE OF THE RO»0eKVl TH(7U6HT! WERt OW A WILD CLUB* THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ., A WOLE THE <3CfcEEN BOOG*. •WVtV-VOU Fl% \T,PLEW=>E? WOW OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE JTOY00 LIKBTHISTTHE A1«TV tF^t]('wS!£**/ S&rU^SPaSTeDARaNARDf^l^* 30 *^!™ 6 ™* < ESUB/IT SEEMS LESLIE RODE U*$IL& irtTO OUTER SPACE, L)0AN61J\CAU.IM<5HIM 9UB8LS OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser STATES THAT FEMALE BATHERS MUST WEAR. BATWINSCAPS/J^ «ULE 5<fc2--MO BREAKABLE ALLOWEP (M THE POOL AREA/ --^ YlkES/I THE &OSS, WILL VOU THAT BLONDE sues Nor ALLOWED ~e> WEAIJ. A BIKINI / MQ BEN BOLT John Onflm Riff *iMr. ALLEY OOP By V, T. Hamlin MONDAY, JUNE 13, i960 ^^^t^MMe^WMMeMNMeMMIMMMI Popular Slim Panel* RIVETS By George Slxta - * ^ 6-r* \ THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert PETER, REMEMBER HOW yOU USED TO HOLD MY i HAND ALL THE TIME ?, Fascinating detail—fabulous in color! Kasy embroidery, mainly single and outline stitch. New drama for walls! Embroider these smart slim panels in vibrant pheasant tones to spark any scheme-. Pattern 889: two 8x21-inch transfers; color chart. Send 35 cento (coins) for tills pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern (or first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegrapn, 66, Ncedlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 181, Old Chelsea Station. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Size, Name, 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. Tn the book FREE —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Teen Ensemble PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson ^ ' <<VVVN ^^r ?vV rn-r^-iT TWE LATEST IN SUMMER MATS POP MEN THE LATTHST IN' SUMMER MATS ~ DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney GAGS CDfTUMEs -Junior Editors Quiz on- EXPLORING I flkfSteyk True Life Adventures TRICKS of the TRADE HUNTER TWACT HB TIGER MAV BOOTS AND HER BIDDIKS By Edgar Martin HE TWg A BY ^ WA.TBR HOUS. QUESTION: What Has the Oregon Trail? * • * ANSWER: Thii waa the route taken bv early eettlera to the Pacific Northwest-or Oregon territory, ai it wu knotm in the 1840's. Whole (arotltei in long wagon trelne travelled more thra 2000 mtlei on the land journey that ended in Portland. The wagoni were called "Prairie Schooner*" because they were like ships traveling uncharted watera. One of the most famous of (be settler* to use this trail wu Eira Meeker. He later put markers along the trail and wrote vividly of bis experiences. The atartiaf point of'the trail was Independence, Mo, Yrom there it *ent to Gardner, Kan., than totaePlatte River near Grand Island, Neb., to Fort Laramle, through the Rocky Mountains, out through Idaho and finally to the Columbia River and Portland, Railroad* and highway fellow much of the trail today. ^^ • • • TOR YOU TO KM Item war* otter trails opened 19 saplD*. •rs and settlers In the vast western territory. You will find books containing such trails and routes in the library. Traoe them OB a modern map and see how many cities have grown along these routes. • e e (Eddie Richardson el Msoon, N. C., vtM flO for thla Question. Mall your question oa a postcard to Violet Moore Biggins, AP Vawaiaatures, in eare ol thit lewspmar. V dupUoato quirtcnnl «• rwiiVMb MfeV ttftlaf «ttl •** 4632 SIZES 10-16 Sew simple, a teener can make this pretty ensemble all by herself. Princess dress is perfect for sunning; bright col- laretle buttons on for city wear. Tomorrow's pattern: Child's separates. Printed Pattern 4632: Teen| age Sizes 10. VJ, 14, 16. Size 12 dress requires 4'/s yards 39- inc-h: collarette, % yard contrast. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 50 cents in coin* for this pattern— add 10 cents for each pattern for flntt-clasa mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph. 117, Pattern Dept., 343 W. 17th St., New York tl, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, SUe, Style Number. THB Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Fireproof materials include glass, asbestos and the son of the boss. ©NEA® Pea Is Returned NEW ORLEANS ff— Postmaster Frank A. Fairley opened a letter addressed to the post office and out dropped a ball point pen attached to a chain. Enclosed was this note: "Otter night I had to take the pen from the post office because mj fountain pen became dry. Of i course that's a low excuse. It was late at night and 1 had to : write Anyhow I'm very aon.\. Ithdiik >ou an>way."