Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1960 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 29, 1960
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ALTON BVSNING By Ren Bald and Jerry BronfleM ALLEY OOP By V. T. HafflHn STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wllwm Scruggs OOSXACTWWWTWU M61OOO/ I'M «0T<SO»» MOCK) KITS FUWOSIK <OUS66 tW HOT fiOaiaiO ft A OJUHNW OliB (OUH6C -< IffARP. I'M LE«/IH6-MtfeO» CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner D ATTHR LOCATIW Of TMt THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith I NO BETTER. TO RIVBtS By George Stota STOP LOOKING AT IDIDWYfUlAK THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert WHATS THE VOLTVE EVER .... A BALL, PETE *1 30O VftRDS AND STRAIGHT DOWN THE MIDDLE/ fDOWN HILL WITH A I STRONG TAIL WIND, \ A BEE STUNG ME AT THE TOP OF MV BACKSWING/ 741 This doll is designed to, protect yoilr toaster. Altd that's how she earns her ke«p in your kitchen. You can make her from scraps -the gayer the prettier. Fun 1o sew! Pattern 742: transfer, directions, easy-to-follow pattern for a Toaster t>olj. Send 30 cents (cotes) for thl* pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for flrst-claa* .mailing. Send to AHnn Telegraph, W, Nefldlecraft Dept., P.O. Bot 1*1. Old Chelsea Station, N«w York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern .Nntnbftr, Name, and Address. ! New! N«w! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler NeedlecraftBook I is ready NOW! Crammed with (exciting, unusual, popular rie- j signs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREE —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Seiv- Very-Easy PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE TO 0f?lfJ$lN6 A CHIMP HO^BTOMYHOUSS I'D MAVSA 8BTT6R OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams i— DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney AW'IAINTEVEM CFFATH 1 6BOUWP.' jarigSSaar —Junior Editors Quiz on- THE SEA FBECKLK8 AND HIS FRIENDS Merrill BJoaiter True Life Adventures BATTERED 9K1D6 BOOW AND HE* BUDDUS By M«rUo QUESTION: I< a barnacle afith or a plant? * * ' AN8WBR: The barnacle U a troublajn*a»r for vartoe engta* ear* and ship owners. Hundreds) of ttNmbMQM aJtaobed to (he bottom* of ahip0, tf they ar« not renewed they eafe greatly ovt down on tht apead of t ship, The btrnaole look* like a plant. But actually It U a shellfish and a very Isjty one. Hie bamaole pajm tbreueji three stafta of life, when it la first batohed, It ls very email aad has six la* and one ey«, It looka like a young vater flea and It can swUsI vary well. In the second ntaf e it haa 12 fott, twp ejree and t«N> larce feelers. In the third staff, the barnacle loeae iU tyaa, fvelera change into suclura. At this stage the barnacle wme object to attach Uaelf to, and it stays attached for the oMUHfe. hi this third stag., the haraacie buUde up a lUneUke he* treuad itatU with a lid oa taf, It feada ttaalf by pulllaj water into the DM from which it aaftvftots tiny plMta and aalaula. b oaae of danger, the harnaele «!•>«• the lid. • * • FOR YOU TO oa if yw u* MM the eeeM, vi«u a eauU ahipyard. Yon might hava » ehaeee to see hameias baiaf aaripad from the bottom of t «eM«l. e e • rrhe f 10 award for tkif j»afttoa goal t* gaady Meyer of OalOaad, Iowa, Mail )^woM4iitaao«ipaMoardto Vials* Uoara HigciM, AP Nowffeatiivei, to «m al Sis aavepantr. If *a»Uc»u oAiaetloM are raaaivea, Mm, tta^aj wtU eaoea* the Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily It's SEW-EASY to play fashion's game of "partners" with these smart separates. Mix and switch 'em for sun and sports all summer. Send now! Tomorrow's pattern: Half-size fashion. Printed Pattern 4559: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 30. Size 16 top; 1?4 yards 35-inch; shorts; Hi yards; skirt 4 yards. Printed directions cm each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Sand M cento In oolna for thl» p»ttem~«dd ie cents for 0ncn pattern for fir«t-cla«s nrMHflf Send to Anne Adams*, ewe of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept, «ttW. 17ft St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Addre«a, Site, ityl» Number. LITTL-C LIT A tot of men have given up drinking and because it makes them too effeminate. n§l man iaicj $omt of his houses didn't sell way at nil wbiia priced at $11,000 ft»d in a conventMMftl But they w*rt tjuppftt he *fti4, when tit ili6iu M dPaWOaV^iAifi for (£.&6£UliV$tf Bnd na^'kttH lip I price to 913,900. |*« a«t hvw a bflti^lun hAQk

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