Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 25, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 25, 1960
Page 6
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JLT.'E 23, ICuO Sft¥ MASTERS By Klrby-Wood ^»»« ' \Xw BIO BEN BOLT By John Cttlten Morphy Thrifty Luxury JUDD SAXON »**.* By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfield ...res, ITS iwoRtANT,) NEXT P< MR. SAXON, OKI *-v— ...50 TMAT'3 IT, MP. SAXON. IT'S PBEfTy ft ANP I'M SOWS TO STffiR HIM «m CSOMMY USINS SOME (3OOD- LOOKING > PSOM CLAYMORE-• 6Vf N Si<?L AS A JOM6-ON TO 5NAgfA^ ^ ^_ ^-^ |C /TCOST MV WOULDN'T PUT YOU TO THE iNCONVENIENuE. >OO KNOW EPOlEtL NEVER MEAN ANYTHING TO HER' SHE U JUST MAKE A POOL O* HIM OKA MR JHAP6K, SEE YOU TOMORROW .AT MOUSE.' SEE, MR. CHAPEK.IF YOU THINK JEW BEHIND THIS I'D BETTER CHECK INTO IT-- AMD PROVE I'M ffor. f ALLEY OOP THE BEAUTIFUL BRUNWBHIIDE. YEAH.' MV TREASURED IMAfiE By V. T. Hamlin FUNNY? ^ THAT NOW I'VE GOT ATS I HER.. AND EVERY- TWINS ELSE 1VE WAVTEP fOK YEARS AND YEARS.. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE , -vBEWfi PUSHED ARDUMD 8V turac, i OUT MAeev «u; jvoue MOTER? i DON'T LOVE you/ • "" " 6or TO START By Wilson Scruggs RIVETS By George Sixta WC <DULD K SO HAPPY T066THEK, CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner ...THAT 1 * RI6HT, 5HERIFP—"" I GOT TO THIWKIMS 'BOUT THE MI55IM6 PAYROLL MOWEV WHEN THEY 6.EEMEP 50 ALL-FIRED WJTERESTED IW THAT SUBMERGED STUMPL >SN THAMK4 FOR THE TIP, CALEB! ME AW 1 MV DEPUTIES WILL *TAV OUT OP SI6HT UWTIL THEV FIWD WHAT THEV RE LOOKIW6 I THEM WE'LL WA&'EVM FIKIE: ILL GO TO A HARP- WARE STORE AMD 6UV A SHOVEL. EASY! I960 by NEA. Inc. T.M. «•(. U.S. Pat. CHI THE SMITH FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. George Smith THE. M! M«ithr« Aiftmt * UE<5- P\XIN& TUE. TLiB. wow BE -TV4E WORKT- OP LJ=». OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOI'LK OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams AMOS HOOPte.UMLESS tWERB ARE BATS IN MY 0ELFRX THERE'S. A C(4:MPAtJ2c& iM OOR ~ ' ~ -. - -. ;R E > 5A KOPe AROUND HIS LE6 TMA.T gEAES MORE THAM A PASSING RESEMBLANCE TOM.VCLOTWESLIN&// SMALL t CONNECT IT TO A MAMSMAM' ose.o^ ARE VOL) eoi^s TO ;VO\)e VOUR AtvilMAU ACT TO AsiOTHEf? TEMT ^A\AceTMA, A\V y LOVE, IP Ji-L 6l\J&, ME POT A EXPLAlNi- W I THOU6HT IT OVER AMD DECIPEP THAT THIS WEW5UIT MV FOLKS SAVE ME WOULP BE A MORE 5EWSI8LE BIRTHPAV PRESENT THAW A BIKE RiaHT SJOVV.' m ilv WELLTHAT PROvE2> HE'S BECOMIKJ' AM APULT FA&TER THAM WE ARE .' AIW'T IT A SHAME WE AIKI'T C3ROWM UP ENOUGH TO PREFER SUITS TO SUCH TRIVIAL THIMiiS AS BIKES. OR BASEBALL AMTTS OR FOOTBALL VEAH--IT SAPDtWS ME TO THIWK I'M MATURlM' 5O5LOWLV/ < WHY, I'M 5UCH A CALLOW VDUTH THAT EVEM IFMVOWLV6ARBWA& A OUNWV5ACK.,I'P CHOOSE THE BIK.E... THAWK >• * 'A *x. s ,*^» THE 5LOW-POwwfcS-> FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser S IPRACTXX TO . DOMOU MA^^Aae THE Htmess BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin 0V UVI.E THE THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert THEY PROBABLY GET ALONG FINE TOGETHER./ HE ADMIRES HER BEAUTIFUL WHITE BACK,. I AND SUES CRAZY ABOUT -, HIS GREEN ONES/ /^ Add a dainty accent to bed and hath linens with flower embroidery framed by crochet. Kdne it plrnanlly -turn towel set or pillowcases into luxury ijifts with easy embroidery and crochet. Pattern 534: six motifs L".,.\14' 2 to rv'-txl" 1 -. Send 35 routs (c-oins) for this piittcrn—add S I'eiits for eat'h pattern for first-class mailing. Send lo Alton Telegraph, 66, Xi-cdlecraft Di-pt.. P.O. Box 101. Old ChPlsfii Station. New York II, \. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name and Address. Now: Now! Now! Our IflW) Laura Wheeler Noodlecraft Book is roady now! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave---fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts. bH/.»nr hits. In (he book FRKK 3 quill patterns. Hurry, send 25 cr-nts for your copy. CooL Vresh, Simple PRINTED PAT FERN HENRY By Carl Anderson BOY WANTED DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney (CO.! DONALD r-Junior Editors Quiz on- WORDS True Life Adventures WINTER WOES UNSEAoONM- THAW BRINfc3£ REUEP TO THE BUPFAUO HEV2P...THE <3KA66 UMPBK THE SMOW \& UKiCOV^R&P. BUT THfeV MAP BETTBZ 4h Di. QUESTION: Why do we call it a bulldozer? ANSWER: When we think of bulldozer, we are almost certain to think of a piece of earth-moving equipment. The bulldozer we know best is the powerful blade connected to the front of a trac. tor that upends trees and huge rocks and ia capable of moving tons nf dirt. Bulldoze started out as an American slang word meaning to threaten or intimidate someone, and the bulldozer l« U»e one who does the threatening. • * • FOR YOU TO DO: H there is a building operation going on nearby, find a safe place to stand and watch tbe work. Look tor the bulldozer pushing earth. • • • (Billy Max Groa Ventra of Stafford, Kan., win* $10 for this question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Biggins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplU cate question* are received, Mn. Higgina will choose U* win. Slylerl-to-slim and cut to cool : y«ni pvpry rlay of summer! No 'waist scams, it's all straight SOVVIIIK Sroop up a special buy ; in pretty cotton and save. To- moiTow's pattern: Jr. Miss . style. Printed Pattern 1;i9.3: Half j Sizes M 1 ^, 16',i. 18' 2 , 20V 2l 22Vi, iV-1 1 '.'. Si^e 16' 3 requires 4Vg I yafsis 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 35 cents in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Addresn, Size, Style Number. An effective speech has ia good beginning and a (good ending close together. ©NEA® A SL-IPPBKI CCk-V COULP TURK THE MEL.TBD 6K1OW )KTTO A 6O |p 4MP ^^•••^•^ w Wp *^PW Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Beauty for Hospital Patients ENGLEWOOD, .N 7 . J. «.i>i — Englewoud hospitaJ. working on the theory thai women feel better when they look their best, ha> in.-titutfri a "bloom closet" for riisijeiiMiig lit-auty servici'. Women iiiitienl.~. rei-i-ive the bc-aim iieaiiii.-nts enher ai the ho-pnal > mnriftM «alon 01 ai ilit-ir nedi h> meaii> of a 'Iht- au \iiiarv.

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