Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1960 · Page 6
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June 28, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1960 •By ISIfhy-Wood MO Bfiff BOLT By John {/often Motpfiy SAXON B.v Ken Bald and Jerry Bronffcld T"P SURE UKfi tD THAT M<1 ATTBNTION TO {JIM, Mf. SAXON RtAlLy QUITE NA'ivE.' COM SETA LUtk* WITH . MR.SAXON. ItT, , SOMEWHERE CUItt V --*3 OULP'Vt IX ATWFLL, PSP8NOS NOW, WHAT \ ON HOW MUCH WAS IT YOU / I CAS PR^ !N T C „ VYAN1EP 'C *-«oenj* PW50NAI. / KNOW ABOUT \LIFE. AND CTHAPtKf SiS«T NOW I AN ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlln wa 6-28 HI AMD ft HM ALL Ht P«NCe*S,. JU PRIVATE MATTER. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson S RIVETS By George Slxta AU 06HT, WXXH, MOTHBt K A NEUROTIC-A DOCTOR'S WIPE WHO THUJK? «TAMD POeOJUMTKvaUKAMt) .K.6. HA< SOM6THIUS TO tX5 WIT« TW CAPITAL 6A!M«/ WELL, I'M ^ICK »MO >Tl(f600FMW.I?itJ6 ^ HOW «I<:K MOTUK- CAPTAIN EASY •NO«.WHEC6'5 THE ^_ PI*HIN<S S06BKR WE. IMS. WelCtt, IfS HARP ^l UBPTTOMARK THB ITO stt»6V6 THAT RAIL(?O»P \ LOCATION OP THB TRAIN* ONCE ROARED ALOW* V OAK STUWP? UWOSR OUK ROAT1 r» ••: ^ ON THE By Leslie Turner OKAV. SMART!! S8E THE WAV THAT Bid Oil HIPPO _. i THE BERRYS Beginner Eaty By Carl Orubert THE SMITH FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. George Smith MCU, WEWj OU MEH.HEM/ \T,V\OMS>/ HA/ HA/ PUNCH LOOKS [ JUST LIKE DADDV/j- JACKIE/H6 CECTAJNLY DOES NOT/ 1 Elegance made easy! Crochet this lacy hexagon for small articles, bedspread, or cloth. ! One pineapple hexagon makes ia dainty doily; 3-a lovely scarf Uvlth shell-stitch border. Pattern 1902: crochet directions for 12- : inch hexagon in string. Send 35 rent* (coin*) for this 1 pattern—add 5 cents (or each pattern for first-da** malllnc- Send to Alton Telegraph, (16, ; Needlrcraft Oept., P.O. Box 1BI, iOlil Chelsea Station, New York ill, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern ! Number, Name, and Address. ; New! New! New! Our 19W) JLmira Wheeler Needlecraft Book iis ready NOW! 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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blusser Nice OF BA7OO TO TAKE OVER.THB rrAKS ow iwe BARBECUE so I WON'T iHeeotF MATCHES/ CAM i HAve POUR. SOME. L6MOM- YOURSELF True Life Adventures 4757 SIZES 34-48 V. AST AKB THK 0<iBANe OP OUK BA.WTH, WOTH >N EXTPNT AMP PBFTH, BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin 16 QUESTION: Wty it Ktng Tut *> famous? «' * * ANBWBR: From 1888 B. C. wttl 1348, • UnffMtM •nlih*nmB rulfld BgypC ! H» WM only » boy who WM eutly U>- flueoofld by the spiritual iMderi of Egypt, the prieato olifod oaUad Amdn of Tbebwf. Tutankhtmen waa not » rery import* ant king, and b* (Had bafore ba wu 30. But an event that oo- ourred ifaouaanda of yaara latar made htm very important. In 193S a group of aroheologiata found an Egyptian tomb that Had never been plundered by tnlwea. Th« expedition, h«»d«d by the Earl of Carnarvon, uncovered a room within the tomb that contained a great collection of gold jewelry, furniture, dishes and other ttema uaed by the ancient Egypt lane. They also found the mummy of the young king. It ia now kept in the Cairo Museum. The discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb greatly Increased tba knowledge we have of anoiant Egypt. And taw mummy Qa«M to ba Iwnm a* Ktaf TMI. • a a a POB WC TO DO* Look for a book la ft* tfbrarr m Kteff T^a>- ajMMMsv' 1 *ttl aaw pbotograjAa ofaiakMBbsfid tha ob)eo4> 8Mad «aa»a (bat will tatoreet you, * • a (Dwiyl Pattar of Taonlon, Mass.. wtea $10 for this quaalios. Hail your ajMation ax a poatoard to Violet Moor* Riffiaa, AP Mfwafaatwraa. w oara of tkla nawapapar. B duplloatequaaUoas are received, Mrs. Higgina will choose the winner.) |-28 FIT PLt'S FI,ATTr-:RY in a plii.N'suir dpsiKtied for larner figures. Built-up bodice hides lira, cuftofl hoy-shorts gives a trim If'K lino. Choose crisp piqtie. sharkskin, hroaddoth. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses' sun sepa- rntps. Printed Pattern 4757: Women's Sixes 3-1, 36. 38. 40, 42, 44, 4H, 48. Sixe 36 takes 1'3 + yards 35-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 60 cents in coins for this pattern—add 10 cento for each pattern for first-clogs mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Pattern Dept., 243 W. nth St., New York 11, S T . Y. Print plainly Name. Addrww, Size, style Number. LITTLE LIT BUT THIN 1»<i,H0 OP MOISTURE A slot machine is a pickpocket that allows you to do it yourself. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily FAMU-AB (iUOl NU PHILADELPHIA <g> - • Starring role in "Face of a Hero,'' murder drama which will have its | pre-Broadway premiere m Phila jdelphia and Botloii heiore its I New York openmg (vt .id I lo AJhul Dekkw. ! Soino of the action of ;a Hero take?) place in goes iroorn. which siiould 'ground to L">ckK»-j pla>t>d the deU-iise attoiitey !"The Andersom ilk Trial. ' 'face of a court- faiaihai HI

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