Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1960 · Page 18
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June 20, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH forty* Wow JUDO SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronflcld HAVE ID WAlTWP POUMC. I'M A iUNNY. I WAS JUST REAPING. BOLT John Coital you •oarrvt YT 0HM MM «? N- MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1900 ^••«••••••* ttmfmf Happy Headline* ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin YOUR CAMPAIGN THAN I THOUGHT I'O 1VK!\ THE StOBY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs OMJW, I AWSr « HO IMMCDUmV/ MOTHER wwfriwu, we OH OM THAT.'IU OPEN AM ACCOUNT we*» AT- MOMEY/ VDO WWW WHAT VOUR^ VES/AMD naoTHa «*«?/ i~-t THAT'S WHY /W, 'TAINT THW / AW, GO OfldA*...fT9 wwfrl TAKE A THAT FOUNTAIN VWALK or \OUTH j MKWT DO 10 11M1NK I'LL 0O SEE WHAT NBV iff6CT TH' SRIF HAD ON EUSTACE, MV RIVETS By George Sixta WU2» CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner Vfe*.5«t-WHEN THI* KE5ERUOIR COME IM FIVE M0WTHS AeOr THEY TOOK UP THE RAILROAD TRACK* AN* REROUTED K!N<S'& ROAD! e00DTHIM<3,T001 WE HAD \VE5,I'M SURE SOME MIOHTV BAD ACCIOENW/THBRE WEWrl AT KIN<S V ' ••-••»- AREN'T OVER THE POT VET? YBPl A60UT TEM TEET BEIOWU51 CAUGHT A 613 BASS HERE VES'/ T6l?PAy«.SOT HIM ON A WIOHT CRAWLER! 600P1 GOOD! NOW WHERE WOUUOWU THE BEKRYS By Carl Grubert DAD. HOW CAN -YOU TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MAMA AND PAPA FISH ? WITH BASS ITS EASV/ >r . THE SMALLMOUTH BASS ARE THE MALES AND THE U52GEMOUTH BASS ARE THE FEMALES/' " PETER/ THAT5 NOT TRUE AND YOU KNOW )>) .44«ftA Flattery goes right to your head with these veil "halos." They krop your hair-do perfect. ,\ilurint! for days or dates! Six veil <'aps r-ach costs about SI to make. Trim with velvet petals, lloucvs, rihlion. J Pattern (il-!'J: easy dirfotions. Send :<3 rent* (coins) for this put tern—iidd s rent* for each pattern for flrNf-clafw mailing;. iSend t« Alton TeleRfaph, 66. iKeeUlrf-raft Pi-pt.. P.O. Box 161. Old C'lii-lst-a Station. Xew York II, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern ' Number, Name and A'^ 1 *""- ,.. ! \' P w' New! New! Our 19hO ! 1 aura Wheeler Neetlleeraft Book \\< i-eady now! Crammed with le.vitim?. unusual, popular de- jsicns to crochel. knit, sew, em- i hroidrr, fjuill. ueavp-fashlons. Ihome furnishincs. toys, gifts. I bazaar hits. In the book I-REE j- 3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send j 25 cents for your copy. i Cool-Cut Casual i ! PRINTED PATTERN THE SMITH FAMILY y Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ! HENRY By Carl Anderson , DONALD DUCK OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE j OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams By Walt Disney ( YOU'D HAME A SETTER CMA / NOT A PSEP OUT OP YOU/, p T CAN 3asT KEEP YOU MIDDSM JhlTlL PBvVTASOM OFFICIALS KRIM&TOR6TRIENBVOD AMD) { '££ ^WALRUS'' ?EWAra>MB—UM~MARTHA ' V ™ & WAUKU^._ 8EUEV6 YOU HAV|&OR8\TBD IK SPACE AMD Apsesrr VJITHOOT LEA>IE OUT OP THERE = NO/ I WON'T TAKE VOU POWMTO TH' 5WIMWIN 1 HOLE.' VOO (SUVS'LL <SIT ME FIREP--VOU COULP 6IT SUMMER JOBS IF 1OU WANTED PUT MO - - VOU TRV TO GIT A 1NPUSTRUX1S CiOV FIREP.' JIST JEALOUSV--SIT OFFA MY JOB/ 90KW FIFTY YEAR* Tt>O 5ODM f«T,"i.*"..':'«. *'*> r Junior Editors Quiz on- FLOWERS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser ,72, %l»fcfS>h&E/. U3AI> OFF MV MIND' WHAT WD 1 COT& PBSEBVB A SUPERSTITIOUS 4631 SIZES W-20 A "must" lor your wardrobe a fool-i-ul dress with step-in but ton inn swerved off to the side for the most slimming effect Takes little yardage, goes everywhere.-, looks so fresh. Tomorrow's pattern: Child's dress. Printed Pattern 46')1: Misses' J.Sues 12. 14, Hi, 18, 20. Size 16 'takes H'L yards 35-inch fabric. \ Printed directions on each i pattern pun. Kasier. accurate. Send 50 cents in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each : pattern for. first-class mailing. i Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern ; 11. N. Y. Print plainly Name, | Dept.. ^»3 W. 17th St., New York | AddreNh, Size, Style Number. BOOTS AND HER Ry Martin GWT OF "fOUM «*C True Life Adventures TERMITE TROUBLES 6TWKBS THS COL.ONV... . QUESTION: Are violets always violet-colored? * • • « ANSWER: Tht vtolett are a whole family of small flower*. Thert are about 250 different kinds. Most of these are blue or purple in color, which is the reason for calling them violets. But actually violets come in several different colors. Some are white, others are yellow, some are purple with a yellow center, and some are greenish. Violets also differ in odor. The sweet violet is highly prized for its fragrance. But the dog violet has no fragrance at all. Violets grow in Europe, Africa, Asia and America. Although they are a wild flower, they can be cultivated. The growing of African violets, a large type of violet, has be* come quite a hobby in the United States. • * • '' 7OR YOU TO DO: Four states have adopted the violet M their state flower. Find out the names of these states. • • » (Elizabeth Davis of Summitville, Ind., wins$101or this question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moor* Biggins, AP NewslMtures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate ques- MOM art received, Mr*. Higglns will cooo** the winner.) 6«30 THE NKST WTTM PVBXJ WHEN HE dO£6 AWAY, TH»fli6 KJO rr's wow 'oinsN House". Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ! Sending a man to the i moon would be a big step | toward world peace — if ithey sent the right man. j ©NBA® | UreeU Foreigner* JAMESTOWN, Va. (API — Step up to Pablo Svilokos and ask a i question about the Jamestown colo- I ny and you'll likely get an answer i in the same language as your ques- ' lion. Svilokos, interpreter at Jamesr ; town, can also talk music with you. He i» a cellist with both Richmond I and Norfolk symphony orchestras, , an orchestra at Yale University and is studying music in New York i Cay Svilokuv born in CMe, reared ID Yugoslavia, educated in Canada, ItaJy and the United'State*, and employed in Germany, speaks itiv. languages fluently.

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