Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 22, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH <**» fly ttftqr»Wood TRIAL SfilMdd fffOM AN UNKNOW SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld SLIP CHAPCK SOME MONEY? OH, I ADMIT ITS OONE WBOUfNTLY, AW I'D TKOUOMTO? H\ DANOUN* A CHECK IN PROMT OP SOCP056 z AMIK BUT PROM PutriNfi- M//VI TO A TEST. NOW LET'S SET TO BED MONEY' I WSH I :OULP Hfi.PHlM' •-BUT r THE BO* MAS SOME KiNO OF SCRUPLES A6AINST IT' 8UT YOt/ HAVEN'T? BIO BEN BOLT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 ••MM By John Calta Murphy ALLEY OOP THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs By V. T. Hamlln How to Save Money RIVETS By George Sixta YOUWAFT6I000N? W6HADAWTEKXA TENNSieSSOM/ VOUINTGGK STUFF, lUH-UUH/KBUTAUTC \ WEMPYHIUISMOWA A-WEEK WAITIZB$ AT CfWTKWUE SNACK BAR/ I WANT 1OIITO<50ST1?A1<5HT TOTH6HCAOOPTHC AUO 06MAMO, SMC BE RKED, CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner HOPB THANK*, MISTERI YOU CAM DM* THE BOAT AU. Wt TOMORROW, IF VOU BA*V, IP THAT OUP I HE NEVER EVEN STUMP-JUMPER KNEW I THOU6HTT0A5K, WHAT WE'RE AFTER. HE'D V MR.MC.KEBI BE- OUT ON THE LAKE WITH A LANTERN AMD A BATHING SUIT! WONDER WHV THEM TWO » *0 ALL-FIRED INTERESTED IN THAT 9U6MER6EP OAK STUMP AT CK055MJ:.. THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith GOE<&5 W<=, FRENCH •SOMETHING TOE AfeKl* SOMEONE TO SWOVE. C^VCE OF IN VA MOOTM. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams , i^-^-^OU'K£ LUCKY, A\A/IA(~ TUA.T %, A*At>AN\.TAKE IT/—$PUTT-TT/ ,f^- L ^ ^y WirA <. ( -*~0FFICER,XTKIEO iM VAlrtTO SIME S\ Ke.MONlE MY APS FROM THIS YiOMAt LA.W) 5AY6 K'.'NOXN SC PERAM6ULATOR/ IT'6 MOt>T ATE -THAT VC3U HAPPft^ED ALOM6 WTU YOUR rARRlA&E// PRlSWTENiED TH& i: MY PERSONALLY COIWMErtO _A\/ED6V A £CWMICALITY= ( WAS J. /YES, THE CAR /SOU \ ( HASAFLATTlRe.' ( CALI.IM' Vill'nnn.'lMiiimniiii'i) I WANT YOU TO \ ME. / V , '.':*' f CHA-- SAY, THAT 5 ' " 4 -"'' ''' •'• 'i riTRAWoE. YOLI : |> TAK,iM<?A BATH / WITHOUT BEIM& V PRIVEM TO IT.' ?£=P*r WH1 &BT AND HIS FU1KNDS By Merrill Blosser ULP/ IF SMEfe (50OD BOOTS AND HUB BIDDIUS By K .Martin TH§ NERVE..! MV TV RU« IS OOWE' /ro/owr/veecr ver.../ THEY SHOULD KNOW i CANY FULLY ENJOY TV WITH OUT MV FAVORITE '•LOLLING" RU< r THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert PETER/ ARE VOU AWAKE? I HEARD A FUNNY| NOISE.'' SO ^ *2V'"' I LAUGH AND GO BACK TO SLEEP/. I MEAN I THOUGHT I HEARD THE FLOOR SQUEAK/ 6-ii I'LL OIL IT THE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING k «4M* Sagging springs? Webbing torn? New upholstery needed? Do the job yourself now—and save! If you've never tried, these detailed instructions show how. Instructions 680: directions to repair and upholster furniture. Every step carefully explained. Send 3t> cents (coins) lor this pattern—add a cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, m, Nepclleeraft Dept., P.O. Box 101, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book |is ready now! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, em- hroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, ba/aar hits. In the book FREE -3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send '25 cents for your copy. Easy, Easy Easy! PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson H HENRY, OL.' FWL, SMAkB | DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney (WHy AREN'T ' MXJ £ATI\S? DID MDU STOP OR 5OC3AS AND • Junior Editors Quiz on— ANIMALS 1(...&LJT DONi'T SLAME) 1 '' IT ON Lt?.' >OJ... j ^...SPOILED TWS DINNER f SE(=OS?E WE True Life Adventures FOREIGN DELICACV HONBV BEBS WIL.PS Ti ;-s ^ THB THEIR HIVBCi. JKI TlMB/ BEARS QUESTION: What is a wapiti? * • * ANSWER: The wapiti ia a kind of deer found only in North America, but the chances are you have never heard of this name before, A male wapiti stands as high as five feet at the shoulder and weighs from 700 to 1,000 pounds. It has fine, spreading antlera. Theae horns are big and hard, but they grow fast through the summer and then are shed in late winter. The female does not have antlers. The wapiti ia found in mountain regions. Formerly they were found throughout the United States, but they have been killed off la many places. Today, they are mostly limited to sections of the United States and Canada lying between the eastern Rockies and the Pacific Ocean. The Urgent herds are found in the Yellowstone Park region. A few small herds have been brought into some eastern states. The wapiti is protected by law. But the animals have difficulty finding food in the winter months and many die of starvation. The wapiti WM given ita name by the Shawnee Indians. But you know the animal by the aane given it by the English colonists: the elk. FOR YOU TO DO: There are two different kind of elk, the American elk ~ the wapiti-and the luropean elk which rt- sembiea the mooae. Look for theae two animals during your next viait to the aoo, v compare them in an animal picture book. • • e (Charle* Koto) of Norwood, Fa., wins $10 for this question. Mail your a^eatioa oa a postcard to Violet Moore Uiggina, AP Newafeatufeff til care of this aawapaper, if duplicate ttoM aft r«eai**, lira, HittiM will cajooae the winter.) Sleek, simple, swf it-to-sew! No waist seams, fitting problems—cinch waist with grace- jluJ tie. Whip up summer's fa- jvorite scooped sheath in fluid j shantung, airy uotton, linen. To! morrow's pattern: Women's ' two-pieeer. i Printed Pattern 45^6: Misses' 'Sues 10, 12, 14. IB, 18, 20. Size lib takes 3 yards 39-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send SO cents in coins for this pattern—a4d 10 cento tor e«ch pattern fur Hrt*t clasn mailing. Send to Anne Adttnw, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 34S W. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Addreaii. site. Style Number. When a guy gets too big i for his britches, it's time (someone kidded the pants i off him. HUtork Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily . hlslum ' chuicttes m this area are "Old Stone," a Presbyterian church organized in 1820 when Cleveland was » village of 15o inhabitant*, and First Presbyterian of East Cleveland, erected originally as a log structure in 1810. Old Stone U on Public Square and now is dwarfed by office buildings. Fim Presbytwian {has been celebrating iu I50tij i anniversary this year.

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