Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 33
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June 16, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 33

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THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SKY MASTERS flirty-Wood BIO BE\ BOLT John Coffofi Motpliy TOO- M6 A «* C JUST UKf 'B«. UN JUOD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld ALLEY OOP By V. Ti iers fots ABOUT SCHOOL, BPDIE. THAT'S ' THREE MONTHS . AWAY. HOW ABOUT A 90AT RIP6...» «SOOt?.' ITU WORK UP AN APPETITE FOR DOUBLE .MAMBUWBBS.' HSU'Vf SC(W AWPUUV TM6 LAST P6W MINUTES... WMAT'f?6 THINWNS ABOUT.,.* But PORvSET rr< HOW ABOUT TOOSE TH1RB tT 19.. JUST AS I »«M6MBCT, TH6 CAPTTAL OF THE HOMfi OP TMI LISHT OF MY LIFE ...THE BRAUTm. BRUNNiHILPBI THE STORY OP MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs RIVETS By Ueorge Slxta DADDY, COULD SOU «T ME A JOB AT THE OU!?DAU<5HTW DRUD6IU6 AT A / FOR A DRINK , CITY CLINIC ? I ^ BEFORE DINNER, ; FLATLY IT/ „ _ AMARTIUI. DOUBLE MMTTIWI' THMSHB? WHOLE ' DADDY, CAN I TAKE T TeOuBLE.' MR TENNIS LK«ON< •«( MIND BOUNCES HERE W THE CLUB?,/ ABOUWO LIKE .ATEMMISBAU-! GROUND ATTACK IS ATHIK& OF THB PAST... CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner WELL, MR. McKEe, THERE'* THE A. • - WH ERE BACK M &H|» CRONIE5 «ACCORPINfl TO TW5 MOMTH9-OLD MEW^PAPER MAP, THE ROBBERS MAW THEIR OBTAWAV POWN THI& ROAOi ROUTE 109.. ,,,OI« OF THE <*TAW«y CA - : -«N KOAWNfl MWU MTEK9eCTlON ONTO KlWi'S -ROAOL THB THE BERRYS Bv Carl Ciriibert ^ Beatify 062 , JACKIE/STOP ACTING LIKE AN INFANT AND TAKE VOUR BATH/ I'M NOT AN INFANT AND I'M NOT ••DIRTY// AN INFANT IS A SMALL PERSON WHO WILL SPEND HOURS IN A SWIMMING POOL.... AND THEN ARGUE BECAUSE HE HAS TO SPEND FIVE MINUTES IN A BATHTUB/ Each butterfly is a single patch--applique that a beginner could do! Start a quilt now! Use odds and end,g out of your scrap bag.. The body of the butterfly is embroidered. Pattern 662: charts; directions; patch piece; yardages. Send 38 cents (coins) for this patterD-~add 8 cento for each pnttern for first-Has* mailing. S«nd to Altrtn Telegraph, B«, Needleflraft Dept., P.O. Box 161. Old Chelnca Station, New York 11, N,' Y. Print plainly Pattern - Number, Jilzp, Name, Address. '""* NewT New! New! Our I960 , 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, hazaar hits. In the hook FREE I 3 riuilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. /summer's Hit Style PRINTED PATTERN THE SMITH FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. George Smith HENRY By Carl Anderson WHO DO HE TUINK. TELUNfi ME TO >WWT HERE TIU. WE CON\E<=> ME P ! ONT EV WITUOUT JD=»T LET UIM Tgv PAHVC. ME / 1'UU *i 4H/ AW, MERE W tsov. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE CMI^P SOU6MT 1 AIR FORC&/T; HAMg.ONiuv TO I M I M TO ACCO/AflAlJV ME HO/V\B AMP 1 WILL HAV6 6A«N5D TM6 ST6RMAI. tf (WCVITUDE. OP MY COUNTRY/ M ADAM / 1 $« ALt PLAVFUL PERAMBULATOR OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams DONALD Dt'CK By Walt Disney THIS AIM'T CSOWMA COST US A CEKIT.' I HELPEP HIM AW HE'S 6ONNA HCL.PAAE--AM' LOOK HOW OUICK WE CAW GIT IT DOME. AN'— 6ET THAT MESS OUT OF HERE BEFORE I MAKE PAUL REVERE'S RIDE LOOK LIKE BREAKFAST IM SEP.' THE IPEA--A HIPPOPOTAMUS ANP A STEEL MILL. TO SPAPE A PAMSV PATCH.' BOOM FIPTV YEARS TOO SOOM A 'MO l< M' I«L . ., ft» L. ..i atl •-/• / "ONLy A HUNDRED ^—>. DOLLAI?S...yOUI?OWN > — DO-lT-yOLJRSELP SWIMMING POOL KIT-CHECK OR /v\OME> Junior Editors Quiz on- PHOTOGRAPHY FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser A SWIAA MING- POOL, KITPV ^y-^^ k True Life Adventures BALANCE ..JLTU- of POWER KJLY TWO ARE UAlP IM A GOUDEN CA<SLB T; ANP OHE is BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Uc WHBN THE EASLETS HATCH, ONE MS w&&\ THAW TME (OrTHER. HE TAXBS MOST C3P THB HE 8UUD&S A>n? BOSSSS HIS ^ UP THE VICTIM , 1-1VE6, ' HE WIU» CATCih UV» )KJ THB^THB QUESTION: What is a daguerreotype? AKSVVER: Tht daguarrwtyp* wu named after iti Frenoh Inventor, L.J.M. Daguerrt. In the year 1839, he deecrtbed hia technique of making the ftrat photographic printa, Uottl Daguerre came along, the only meana of getting a permanent llkeneaa waa through an oil painting, a a ketch or a ailhouette. Oaguerre'a picturea were produced on thin copper plate*. Today, we h»ve paper printa. He ailvered the copper plate* and then made them a«nsitive to light by subjecting them to loiline fumpg. Then the plate wan put in a camera and exposed (or three to thirty minutes. During that time the peraon.who wa« being photographed had to sit very still. Thla method of photography wa§ very popular la the, United Statea, particularly for portraita, • • » FOR YOU TO DO: Aak tome of the older member* of your family lor old-time photograph*. You may very well find torn* daguerreotype* among them. • » e (Terry Lyno* of Maple Height*, Ohio, wla* $10 tor this question. Mall your question on a poatcard to Violet Moore Higgma, AP Newafeaturea, in care of tfaia newapaper. If duplicate queatioa*, »• received, Mr*. Hlggtaa will aelect tit* winner), Sin-cess sheath — flatters all •figures, adapts to all fabrics, iRoes all places! One-shoulder | tah detail, side huttons and con- jtrasi hinrlinK ac.-t-ent it striking- 'ly. Cool, comfortable. Tomorrow's pattern: For half-sizes. Primed Pattern 4571: Misses' Si'/ps 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size It takes L' 7 s yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each .pattern part. Kasier, accurate. Mend 50 cent* In coins for this i pattern—add 10 cenU for each pattern for firnt-claiis mailing. ;Send to Anne Adums, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Oept., -»is W. 17th St., New York JJ, X. V. Print plainly Name, Address, 81/e, Style Number. LITTLE Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Reality means leaving |dirty dishes in the sink and coming home to find them still there. MAVBK MC\T YEAR CHEYKNNK. Wyo. * - Mrs Stella fc;. Pliipps, a» 84-year-^lii giandinothei'. tigured she might have won the Wyoming eliminations lor the Mrs. AnierKd I'onte.st. She entt-rfd the i-onic-.^i but dropped out sliortJy bel'oie the e\ent. Her reason'.' "It U my duty to take rare of my husband, who is 90." she explained- "It I t'eel any younger next y«i«-, I might enter the contest then."

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