Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 15, 1960
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ALTUN EVENING TELEGRAPH , JUiNBi Id, By KlrtJjr.W«»d JtJDDSAXOX By Ken Bald and ferry Bronfield 4TWfu,,.fof course.' THAT'5 TMC NAM8 OP THC AWN WHO SCNT MR. « SAXON TO TALK TO M6 ABOUT GOlNS TO CLAY/WOKE/ I ANP THAT YES... BUT X DON'T KfTOW ANY AH?. SAXON... , HE'S JUST A Nice 6UY wen to sec us... MOW THAT/ YOU'KE <SOW« TO ClAYMORB THIS FALL,../ ...W6MJSHT W8LL- 1 OON'T KNOW, BUNNY. I'M NOT 1'M(SOIN& THBW.,./ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson MOTHEK, BEPOeB SOU MAKE A SPEECH, fREFUSE TO 60 WCK TO FUNPHtS SCHOOL/ • ner, LETS CONSIDER J| /NOW56Mtt7sH6<r<5aW6 BACK TO FUMOafJ/»( X'«l MOT 4MMN4 \ PIEASS, LET'S * COU.Y6R, IF VOU _ SOM6 OTHER SttWOU/ (. lV6 IDtO MY ffiNK SHE 1 ? MEITELV HOM6/ AUK TO «HOOt/JMOT KMSEOMMEB AMY K1MOOF A VOICES/ fi£ FATHEff, VOU'D WISE •HOUR VOICE ONCE IN A WHILE/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner BACK THI5 TIME WITHAKEAL TH6MI5MW WMWLU MONEY. .I'M A DIRECTOR OP TH0 INSURANCE COMPAW THAT HAD TO COVIR TNE PAVROUL! LOOKi&uH-ICAN FOLLOW UP THIS LEAP ALOWE-. MAYS* RATHER Off SA WUR AFFAIR* 0H0VEL, POONUHi AMD LET'5 Did THI* PEAL THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith NOT ONE PERSON REMEMBERED \T4, MY TMOWV. I GUE'b'o I'LL HAVE TO PROP* UTTL.E MIN , mom? TOPAY PPkV// OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOK HOOPLE CHO*lf>-C*OMPf:,''~- THAT CMl WP 15 PASSABLY MILES F?OM *~ AKlDYET IF HE SM00LO LUKt<lMfi IM T^ilS 5VLVAM 5&TTIMS THESE 0AMAMA* ARE SUR6TO LURB HIM PKOW HIS HIDIM& PLAC6/—.SOME, BUT THA-T gg_WARP WOULD COM.& OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THE PITCHER WEARIW f VOU'RB ALWAVS ASKIW) THE MASK AW SHIM y SILLV QUESTIONS/ V IWSTEAP r^7 5HE'5 0EEM HITTIN' V OF THE CATCHER I I \ EVERYTHING I PITCH WHAT K.INP OF y f AKJ 1 I _ BASEBALL, p""^ I OF PLICKIM'.' IS THAT T, ,,;; ^»- •»!., THE WORRY WART 4-1* FRECKLES AM) HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blossor WAV6 SO MAMV 6RADUAT- WOT ME- COOL AS A CUCUM8£R.' BOOTS AND HtU BUDDIES Martin BIO BEN BOLT _ •y Jota Ontten »9 MCDLE-tWEMTHlMUfTKO Vg4ff» A90 OM 4M AtMiO ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hftmlln RIVETS By George Slxta < SMILE... ) SM1L6... 1 SMILB/.' THAT'S ALL YOU DOIS SMILE...// . . .PUTTING UP ,4 F4L55 FRONT... POWT YOU EV6R SHOW AN HONEST EMOTION? TH6R6 MUST BE SO/M££O0y WHO THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert -t THE -MAIN THING WHEN VOUteE LEARNING TO GADD/, JACKIE... IS TO WATCH MY BALL AND KNOW WHERE IT IS — T AT ALL TIMES/, OKAY, NOW DID YOU SEE WHERE IT LANDED? NO.... BUT I SAW WHERE YOU6 TEE WENT/I HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney r eUESS WHAT? I HAD A PMON'E If-—-",N3TALLSC> < OON<3 PEF? AND TALKINS -Junior Editors Quiz on— ROLITICS ..VOU AT OH, PARDON ME ^-—rA MINUTE/ Smart Sailor Sew 'n 1 save! Make this smart sailor dress of remnants — gay in navy an dwhite with red trim. Do one version with embroidery — other jn plaid 'n' plain. Pattern 922: child's sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 30; tissue pattern; transfer; easy directions. State size. Send 85 cents (coin*) for thin pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 8B, Needlec-raft Dept., P.O. Box Ifll, 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. In the book FREE —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Go Around-the- clock PRINTED PATTERN 4568 True Life Adventures ftl:..« wa Di.r.-, frad WorM &ifkl> k< -~-'Vv>-. •^•V^', v « -X * DE6POIUER of the ' THE 12-FOOT-LON<& LBOPARO SBAV. MS KE>T OK1L.V THB TBRKOR OP- THE ASTAKCTU2, BUT THIS <2RUBL. <2OR6A)R ^RU13g6 AS FAK MCKTH AS AUSTRAUA VO-<EKB HE PB3UA.6 UP STX&AM6.« • >• QUESTION: What is a gerrymander ? * * • ANSWER: Looking >• though It it com* kind of tnlmd. Ihe gerrymander really describe* • way ot dividing a city, •tate or country into voting diatricU. Thi« wu firat don* in 1812, what Elbridg* Gerry wu governor of MMBtchuaetta. la «rdw to weakao the »te of the Federaliata. the atate leglrtttur* puaed . bill whlek joined rederallat couaUea together. TWe way, the T*deraJtate eould win only • few .eata in Congrwa by big majoritlea, while their opponenU In other diatriota «ould win more Mata by am all majoritiea, ^^ One of the diatricte had such • queer abape come peool* •aid it looked like t aalamandar, but aomeoM •uggeatedtkat it ahould be called a gerrvmauder. And ao Gov, Gerry'a name became part of our language. to this drawing you aee a poster being put up which earried pn it the critical cartoona of the time, The cartoon)at made we mythical' animal look very real and very dramatio. FOR YOU TO DO: What do*i a map of your dl.tnct look like? DOM it etow v {w J <Ntacy EdjuiMM of Caatro V«ll»y, €•!«,, wine fie for ttila queWio.. Mail you quwUoa on , pcetoard NwtleMiree, in Speedy-sew sundress—few pattern parts, easy bow-tie shoulders ! Choose buttercup-bright cotton to keep you looking cool, ; pretty all 'round the clock, To|morrow's pattern: For Misses'. i Printed Pattern 4568: Half I Sizes 12'*, U'a, 16?'i, 18'i, 20',s, !22'jj. Size 16'/i requires 4 yards J39-inch fabric. j Printed directions on each i pattern part. Easier, accurate. I Send 50 cents In coins (or this I pattern—add 10 cents for each {pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Anntj Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern |Dept., 343 W. 17th St., New York '"• N - V. Print plainly Name, Address, size, Style Number. LITTLE OG Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Why don't people Know they're barking up the wrong tree when they try to put on the dog? ©NBA® 'lucky To Forget TUCSON, Arfa. (*)-Tucson *«vic« station curator Julius Smith says be seldom forgets anything, hut recently left hU glasses in tb§ offie« after kicking up for the night. For Smith it was a lucky- break. He returns*) to the static* to get his glasses, found the office filled with smoke and called the fire d*partmcnt. Fire. men snuffed out the blaze which started when a cigarette 1*11 from an ash tray and landed on a grease rag.

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