Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1960 · Page 18
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June 27, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Rlfby'Wooo BfO BOLT By John Ctdten Murphy iPf6**SO; THfW YOU ; 4*6 sow* JUDD SAXON By Km Bald and Jerry Bronfield ALLEY OOP By V. t. Haralln ££— 6OOP MOKNINS SAXON.' HCM 50ES THJ? iTAMWMgl TC L*NP eppiE rHAPpc? SOMCBOPv AneMTtCN NAME » TO HAVE. UJN'H B'J* WH* N STEAD? HI, SWEET/ THIS t» MR. SAXON, WHO WANTS TO TALK ABOUT! EPPIE CHAPEK PON'T KNOW WHAT ME WANTS 1 WITH YOU, BU" WHY j I (DON'T YOU HELPMIMOUM rPGOfllAPLY I THOUGHT COULD GET k *V3HT SUTWHV »MV j Mt AN'OSCAR aOT R6ASON TO , WmjRN 90 X B6UEVE THAT fOUWTAIN OF J IMPERATIVE? A. X>UTH WATER 1OU PRANK 1O KILL'•"••• . nntjmi.u* t.».»., in '.i »• MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1960 Made In Embroider v THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE .11 •.-••••••m ) JOKED ABOUT MY TMOU HIS/ WOW I'M THINK IT OVEK, WENDY THIS IS A SWITCH, DADDY' HAVIM6 YOU WAIT UP fOe ME.' 1, By WINon Scruggs RIVETS By George Sixtrf tM • MMktMJL** '< wua. CAPTAIN EASY WBLL.WR.MiK iXMWriPAWi LUNfll LET* 6 OUT TO THE LAKE! lg**y AND MeKEE ARE ABOUT TO LEARN . If LIPPV KAPMAW*. |# W$P" ffma WORDS! "6UBED F ! M// ...KlUS'S CW55WO.. »—-'» — OAK.." ARE THE KEY TO A MI55IN6175,000 m, : \: PAYROLL,. "'^ MV«TAR«l IWCL. UKCACHAWCTeft OUT OF "TREASURE ISLAND' Ri.l»S :*S!*$ ' IM THE 5HERIP P'5 Off ICE... | /^ ff WE CAN 8HIKI6 ^.ANPIHAVEATIPTHATX BS'i.SlttfSJ?! W JI H TWO Of THE RANPIT* HAVE A ™E MONEYi YOU'LL BE By Leslie Turner THE BERRYS By Carl Orubert RETURNED TOT.6^^^ PAYROLL LOOT! ^/^Lm^^U S A? ,*Ti ^-». DEPUTIES R> !lW/ w «f-Z7 j«imT».TOKr»*ai. THE SMITH FAMH.Y By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith CEALLV AKEKT VWRTH MOCM. CAKT TWCE <&VTTW 2E OP TV4EM- AND MEN MNVE. TO OO Mi. TME. WORK * SVRiA SOFT VDUt) BETTER HAVE • [ DR. HORST CHECK JIMMIES | DIET. I THINK HE'S , LACKING SOMETHING/J ^ '9) o I This ancient picture of "Our 'Lady of Perpetual Help," dates jliHck to the 13th century and Is I rnnovvned throughout the world. 1 This picture has been trans- llntrd into embroidery, partially in gilt thread. Pattern 546: transfer 15x19% inches. . Mend 35 cents (i-olns) for this j pattern—add 5 cent* for each I pattern for flrnt-rlaas malllnir. Mend to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needtecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161. 'Old Chelsea Station, New York It, N. V. Print plainly Pattern | Number, Name, and Address. : New! New! New! Our 1960 j Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book j 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, senfl 25 cents for your copy. Twice Wonderful PRINTED PATTERN 4561 «-» HENRY By Carl Anderson O o OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE YOUR ORBS DO MOT PLAY V<X1 ; FALSE /VOU S SEE 6EFOKB 7 you A AM I S£EIN V ) / (T'6 TMlNfiS?X ^kJ^M r4E<JEK TMOUSMT 1) v^VTU gDTMORBi TKAM THAT A x OSNL& O.LW3/. MIUTARVWERO/ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney TP BHTTER LOCK THE DOOR TO CIVILIZATION &EFORE H>IEY HAVE MORE CIVILIZATION THAM , WE HAVE/ © iwn W*H IHicty Ivarfactiant *'*«] IJi&tK tt**««l — K< ^-Junior Editors Quiz on* BUFFALO BILL Zl- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser l^La&jSys \. *^JL 3!fo^ WHATS THAT? NEI6MBOR. POKtD WHO THE MOUTH? True Life Adventures JKS 17AV PO* THB COUSAR OM& MOTWER ie TXJOKU9 THEM POK TWE1BC TRIP AWkY VROM THB ITEM. BUT TTfc NOT ULJeT THBM»ta A 8MB HAS BURIEW BOOTS ANI) HER BIUUIES QUESTION: Who wo* Buffalo Bill? * • * AN8WIR; Bt« Mme waa William Frederick Cody and tew^ MM of the mo«t famom of the men who helped to ton* tte American wUd w«*t and make it safe for settler*. Cody was bom to Iowa In 1S46 and, at varlow time* during bia life h* waa a Pony Bxpreaa rider, a aoout for the U, 8. Army and a buffalo hunter. He killed BO many buffalo that to waa nicknamed "Buffalo Bill". Later, he organised his fwned "WUd We* Show" wfaioa recreated the dayi of the old waat for thoae people in the eaatars United State* and Europe who never knew them. Today Buffalo Bill la an American legend. Thousands vigtt htfl grave on Lookout Mountain near Qolden, Colo. Tte city q( Cody. Wyo., U aamed for htm. ^^ • * * FOR YOU It) DOt Buffalo BUI wrote the story of hta Itfe. 1 to •ailed "Tfce Ufe of Hon. William F. Cody, Known a* Buffalo BUI; An Autobiography." Read u for* good picture of life to Ik* (KeawOt Turootte of Jewett City, Coon,, win $1C for mia ejueation. Send your queattoa on a poatcard to Violet Moor* Htggiaa, AP Newafeaturea, in care of thla Mwapaper, if duplt* eate queatloaa are received, lira. HiggtM wtll Mleot the Wta- TWO is smart company for summer's active social life! Sweetheart neck bares a glowing tan- -bolero is smart topping for town or travel. Easy-«ew. Tomorrow's pattern: playsuit. Printed Pattern 4561: Misses' Si/es 12, 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 16 dress requires 3% yards 35-inch; j bolero takes l a i yards. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 50 cento in coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for flrstolaas mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 117, Pattern Dept., 948 W. JTtfa St., New York II, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Addre»«, 8ise, Style Number. L.ITTLC L.IX Older men fall in lovfe at first sight because their glasses get steamed up. ©NTEA® Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Da Cart* Gala Th* J«b I NEW YORK -y-Mortoo DaCosta, who staged the eurttnt Broadway musical, "Tha Music >man," has been signed to direct th* new di-ama, "The WaU," scheduled to open Oct. 11. "The Wall" concerns the story | ol the Jewuh uprbing »ga|npt the, Nazis in the Warsaw ghetto* The play is a dramatisation by jMUlafdUOMKllol John Kersey's novel and will be produced by 'Kermit Bloomgarden and BiJly

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