Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 14, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
Page 14
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ALTON 8VDQNO TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNK 14,1960 By Klrby-Wood UK* jwMd'b* JVHATTHRVAR6.,. JUDO SAXON «OINS ID 98 AtOUND TH8 CLUB A LOT THIS SUMMER, NY" Oft ABE YOU tfONA AWAY? /- .Xl'U 88 HOM8 MOST OP 1*6 SUMMCR. COO*. APTfP ALL, I'U. 0s eoNd AWAY TO couese IN mtPAU By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld AFT£f? Offtttt WK A FOOTBALL SCHOLARSHIP... ner, WAIT A MWfUTC... ATWeU... YOU* KAM6 \SA1WSll... 6UNNY. 1HIN TU ex THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs TH6 TRWi« PRO? THAT'S TURK UWMI6, WHO IS THAT HOCTtD BOY A H6 WAS AVCAK you wans TOLKIU* TO? ; AHEAD OF MCIM HI6H SCMOOt.AUD, MC'S MOT MCKRIO/ I MCAM, I'M ftJK VOUK COUUDTV OU8 WOULDN'T MIRS AMVOMC WITH «0 MUCK, ^ MAILS/ J AS A $C6<aC Of DtRT UMDSr HIS C*W/,VOU LOOK LIKE A MAU WHO MAS WPITTCU £ A BOOK TITLED' I ftlttD A JOVtUlUC DELlWOJEHTf CAN'T YOU 5MIL6? r~T/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner THAT'* A »IV-MOWTH*-OU> NEWSPAPER PIA4RAM •HOWIWd THE ESCAPE IttH/rE TAKEW SY THE PAYROLL MNPIT5' CAR! ' AMP THERE* A KIMff»KOAP [THATCM05C* A RAILR0AP TRACK1 -- NOW IP ONLY THERE'* A SI6 OAK TREE- NEAR THAT CKOS5M4i WE COULD BE ON THE TRAIL O' THE M»*IMO M0MKV1 •RURIBP-. KIN<3'5> CROSSINfl. OAK" LST'500 THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ANYONE VMO CASH EM A \CE CREAM CONE IN PROUT OF Wl«» OWN 9\<ST£E. \«5 PRETTV IC£ CREAM CONE, W PBONT OF AN\ONB AH* MOT OFFER TWCW OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE AMD I WAS t_plO XT6LU VOJ 4lTTifOS UPSTAlRiy? TWATA CAESAR/X SAVJ A :W1MPAMZE ^^ PUS6AMBONBTHW ESCAPED'* Hl * HS * 1 -' OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams DON'T SEE HOW VOU FELLOWS HAVE ANV TEETH LEFT, WITH THIS 5ANP BLOWIM6 IMTO EVER.VTHIW& vou EAT AMP eRINP- IKK5 THEM POWW/ THET'5 OWE & TH' FIRST THIN6S V 'OIJ SOT TO LEAKM IK] A SAKIP COUWTRV, WE5, 15 NEVER TO CLOSE YORE TEETH POWN WHEN CHEWIN'- AU.EKS KEEP 'KM A LITTLE APART.' AKJ' TH' BEST WAV TO LEARU IS TO CHEW ON A PIECE O 1 KAWHIPE PER 'BOUT A YEAR. 'AW VORE TEETH FIWALLV 6IT 5O U5EP TO BEIN' APART THAT THEY NEVER CO QUITE COME TD&ETHER ASAIM.' THK JT fr. BIG MW BOLT lota CiDw Morphy 4M0 WTTCH. M4Y8E Wf ?6iO-M 0reiK§ « WE'LL 9E€. ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin RIVETS By George Sixta NO use WAITINQ... 01 SAID ITS NO USE v ( WAITING AQOUND. .WHEN rrRAINS .THSV CALL SAME OFF. THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert PETER, WILL YOU GET JIMMIE OUT OF HERE SO I CAN MAKE A PHONE CALL?rr 0|<Ay DEAR/ R MIE / DONt DO THAT.' ICKY POO/ WELL,NOW/ITI5NTAS BAD AS ALL THAT/ HENRY By Carl Anderson DID YOU SEE AAV NEW 6-14- DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney [ Junior Editors Quiz on- SPORTS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS J-.PILU MV FOUNTAIN PEN AT THE PUBLIC OH,H!, PAI...SAX WHAT'S UP? yOU LOOK PALE. 1 -:_i [ il . li 6-14 WE Mosr SELFISH ON EAR.TM/ 6OO& HESTOPS IN My BOQK/J ftkfSteteySg True Life Adventures WAO A POO, PAISV/ dULT OUR BACK SWAN SH1NDV BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin Summer Hobby Hit tiUfUk Forget the weather! ReJax— enjoy yourself while you crochet this light, 'lacy hexagon. A 12-inch medallion in string for mat or doily, 3 for scarf. Ideal for cloth, spread, too. Easy crochet: see results swiftly. Pattern 613: directions. Send 35 rents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 rents for each pattern for first-das* mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 6fi, NeedlPrraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Size, Name, Address. New! New! New! Our 1980 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NOW! trammed 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. Week's Seiv-thrifty PRINTED PATTERN QUESTION: Where did wrestling originate? ANSWER: Some authorities ity wrestling wai known M wtrly M 3000 B. C. i* Egypt and Babylonit. It certainly it one of the oldest of sports. Strangely enough, it U • vport in which the heavlset ind •trongest man is not assured of alw«y« winning. Skill is import- wit and the man who masters all the holds and knows the way* to escape is the one likely to com* out on top. There is very little difference in the sport from the way the ancient Greeks practiced it and the way it is conducted in schools and colleges today. Profession*! wrestling is mostly showmanship and violates the rules used In wrestling as an amateur sport. The two types of wrestling — amateur and professional— really .have little in eommon. • • • FOR YOUR TO DO: Moat of ua know how to do tome cruda wrestling but you bava to lean the fin* points. There »ra many bookf which show la drawings the various ho Ida •ad aaeapat, and alto give the rules for wreatltng mttchea. (Michael Alia HlnUey of Mmtoie, lad,, wins 910 for thit question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moora Higfins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate queitiooa we received, Mrs. Higgias will •altot tto vUuerj. 4767 2-10 Sun lop, Shorts, Blouse, Skirt. All included in this printed pattern—all are simplest of sewing. i Mom, make 'om now. Tomor- 'row's pattern: Half-size sun; dress. Printed Pattern 47H7: Chil- idren's Sixes 2, 4, 6. 8, 10. Size t sun top, \ yard 35-inch: short? 7 s yard: blouse 1 J8 yards; skirt :!•"'». yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each i pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send SO cents in coins for this pattern— add 10 cents for each i iwUern for fimt class mailiiii;. jSend to Anne Aduma, care of i Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 34S W. 17th St., New York 11. N. V. Print plainly Name. Address, Size, Style Number. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily \ Another neglected invention is a no-calorie diet for fat-heads. ! DOG CAN'T TAKE IT WHEN HOWLS ARE PLAYED BACK I A dog's howls annoyed him so much that Leon Shaudinischky 'of Haifa, Israel mad* an hour- jlong recording of the animal'» I noise. Next time the dog start- Jed his baying. Mr. Shaudinisch- (ky played the recording back at full volume. The dog scurried away and hasn't been seen since.

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