ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry BronflHd ....' WHAT A LON6 WAIT W/*t WA6 I'D BE DISAPPOINTED IP YOU DIDN'T....' 8UNNY, <yVN 1 6EE YOU ASA'N, SOON? AND 1 DON'T JUST MEAN AT THE POOL... WERE RISHT OL 8<5y.' BEST RS M ! AND 1 NATE TOCAU THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs ,, I WISH SOMBONS WOOIO TAKE MB AWAV FROM ALL THI$ / YEAR, tVMEN VOU WENDY, I'VE DOS VOU EVB? 9VCS)$CO1KD TWl« -lOUWKEASeKAWUVUTTLB r>A6AIW«T SOUTH THIMO-IM PIGTAILS/ v, ^-*^ HI6«, EXISTED BUT SAWDV LAWDeOW/ dMKKBJ, THAT'S THB RINMIEST LIME OF THff YCAJW CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner BOUT nvlE MONTHS L CONTROL PEOPL BOU6HT UP THE HBViOtP TltoER'. WWIONA^THJ* 1 EUENkiROUTED'TME I WONDER ^ VOU RECALL y $URB DOl LOOK. ILL GWB \PON7HAVBTO6IVBMEi AM OLD OAK TR6B-PROSA8IV / IT WA* ON «/I |V»U ATWEMTV- \ TWIMTV-BflUA* WU.' A 616 OM£- THAT SKEW WEAR ( f*OPBMV...TH6y DOLLAR BILL IP VOU \ ILL TAKE VOU TOW THE OLD RAILUOAO CRO$*IM6l 1 tBT MB CUT IT CAM TAK6 US TO 1 K»R PRE61 GBT IW i THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE K>A 5NE WE'D gBAD&AD RIMSSR POR SPECIALLY VvlWEhi V0U HOWE FKOM.TH5 OWLS TO WALV< UPRISKT AKiD SPEND* U»Sr>AY* gUSS AND EDI3L& rh ROOTS/ n OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams / THE ttlPS PUT UP A I WBLU, DON'T LCT ^ LSMONAPE STAMP 1 THBM MIX ANOTHER OUT IN PROMT BUT \ BATCH-THE .SPIRIT PIPN'T GET ANY CU*- I 15 STIUL WILUIKK3 TOMER&/ POOR PA \ BUT THE FLESH niil WB'RE ALL I'llil'V SOLD OUT/ BOUGHT EVERV OLA«S THEY HAP" H6 JU&T PIPN'T HAVE THE HEART TO REFUSE THEM/ 13 WATER- LOOOEP/ FRECKLES AND HIS FUIKNDS By Merrill Blosser IT POPS OWC* MCAKT J •y Jotm OottoB Marphy SATURDAY, JUWfc 18, ALLEY OOP By V. T, Hamlln HAVE A ..KNOW J FOR >OU.'LOOKJ BRUM*Hll«fjTHOS6 i, A SUITOR! ONNTY RIVETS By George Sixta •^••^••^H^— Have Many Vae§ THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert HEY/ THAT5 AM I HAVEMT F THATS MISSED. ONE f BECAUSE LIKE THAT IN YEARS/ ^L. TRIED/ HEY/ 25O YARDS WHECE RIGHT DOWN ARE YOU THE MIDDLE/ GOING? IF VOU CAN CONCEDE A PfJTT.,.,1 CAN CONCEDE A DRIVE/ HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney HOW'6 "THIS POt? A SPORTS JOB? SPECIAL RADIO ANTENNA. HUB CAPS , ,..AND WATCH THI6 SPECIAL, ISUPER-CHARfiER r Junior Editors Quiz on- DANCES OH, vlEAH ? AND WHAT > MAKES V3U TWINK^ ^j VW>a SPEEDIN6 > Flowers of the seasons—spring summer, fall — add a lovely touch of color to your linens. Richly detailed spray in long and short stitch give popular- satin effect. Use on garments, linens; pictures. Pattern 551; twelve 2' 2 x5 13 to 8x8-inch motifs. Send S5 cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern (or first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 8«, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 1B1. Old Chelsea Station, New York II, 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. Gay, Easy! v PRINTED PATTERN 4579' SIZES \ -20 W Y True Life Adventures QUESTION! When does the *<p»re dance gttitt name? BOOTS AND IIUB BUDDIES By Edgar Martin DOVBWE DISASTER been •how AwlflMt Look pretty, please — sew a princess dress with a graceful, full-blown skirt. Qioose cube- cool pique for days, jewel-bright shantung for dancinjj. No waist seams, simple to cut, sew. Tomorrow's pattern: For half- sizes. Printed Pattern 4579: Misses' Sixes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 116 takes 4 7 « yards 39-inch fabric. j Printed directions on each j pattern part. Easier, accurate. i Send 35 cent* in coins for this i pattern—add 1U cents (or each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177. Pattern Dept., 248 W. 17th St., New York U, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Slie, Style Number. THMM VOOR WTTWOLTT <TH«3 i N0PT THB ••»"• f»"»»»^vi»»viii^ *» •*M«»M«*« WVUVT* mvn WH dancing Cor tbooModc of ymn, Qviclif «*rtately to «M old««t eod Uv«4i«M«f tb« art*. "^^ ^^ Dance* have f«w through many ohncM utd vtylM. HM •quare dano* oaroe Into «tyi* in the late 1600'» in Enflovl. U wu one of two typw of country daaeea whinhbeeara* popular. The other la the oontredanse, in which theda&e* partner* stand in lines facing each other. The squire dance got its name because the dancers form • •quare, much lik« tho •mall diagram shown in tai> drawing, In square dancing, ther* i« a calier, who five* for the various movement*. e • • FOR YOU TO DO: Join some group wher* aqvatv I* done, or try ta arrange a square dance with some of your playmate*. To* movement* are simple and eaay to LITTLE (tooetta nakw •* Untootow*, Ohio, win* $10 for this «MM. tton. Mail yonr queetioa on • pontcard to Violet Moore HigfiM, >P N«w*featorM. la ear* of tal* a*»epap*r. If duplicate que*- UOM ax • r«wi**4« Mr*. HifjiM «ui ••tot tbt wtancr)* 4-1J Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily What this country needs is a compact car that will run on the fumes of the other cars. ©NBA® Checking For The Future MIDDLETOWN, N. J. Patrick Mann Is starting out early in his search for a grownup career. The 12-year-old boy wrote the local police department and asked for "something about becoming a cop." He Mid he also would like information "on how to catch crook*." Patrick is nut positive about hi* ambitions. He also has be*n thinking about being a carpenter.
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