Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
Page 16
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THURSDAY, JUNK 90,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH By Mity-Wood JUDO SAXON By Kfn Bald and Jerry Bronfteld THANK YOU, MISS ATWCU.. I THINK THAT M6LP5 ANSWf * MYflUfSTlON.' THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs NOW, WOW, DON'T Wafcy/ WSWW tV!U«Ktt> BACK AMD BVBRVTHIMS Will K AU BOrr// CAPTAIN EASY THE SHOVEL AMD THSROPE! mie^^j^amms By Leslie Turner THE f Roceougg PROM ,»HO«B . >.Hfi'# OOlNd DOWN WITH A SHOVEL I N0W WKKNOW THEV'R* MEMKKS 0^ tM« PAYROLL ftOMBRV WTLL NAK THEM RED HANDED! THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. .George Smith OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE [ME A START/ X MAO NO IDSA YOU VMEC& A SOMNAMBULIST I flSAV&/W,V$LEePWAU4N6K«NlSU'TS ^OU T55CI06 TOfiLAY AMlMALTTcAlNER IM1HE CO/M.0II4/ TWOSS COAL BLACK - ti f> KlNTS ONl YOUR SHIRT P?6AD LIKE tM5 CHIMP WOULT) HAN& PRBPERREts^ AN UPPER OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser MOP ON /AMP START IT UP/ UMM ... BXCEPF FOR. ONE MIMOS. A BlCVCCe BUIUVFC*.- \ A PUTT- TV/0 WITW A MOTOR/ I PUTT- WHATA NOVEL, . INVENTION .NUTTV7 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin BtG 8B2f BOLT THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert Fascinating to make—a trees* ure forever! Friends, family will admire this quilt-of-many colors. ... Butterfly wings that glitter 'with edtotv-tise bright scraps (tiny.'ones, 109). Pattern 586: 'charts'; 'pattern pieces; single; double-bed .quilt yardages. Send 88 cent* (coins) for this pattp>ii--add 5 cents for each pattern for first-clans mailing. Send td Alton Telegraph, M, Needleoraft Dept., P.O. Box Ul, Old Chelsea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and- Address. New! New! New! Oar-I960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NOW! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular <,designs to crpchet, knit, sew t e.m- broider, quilt, weave—faflhipns, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREE —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, g*nd 25 cents for your copy. For Half'Sizes PRINTED PAtTEHN BUT SHE SAID THATS WHfeN IT STARTED/ I THOUGHT IT ENDED WHEN I GAVE UP READING THE F^PER AFTER DINNER AND HELPED MAMA WITH r THE DISHES. DADDX HOW UONG DID VOUR HONEYMOON LAST-? 4618 12H-22H By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney Junior Editors Quiz on THISTLES WE'LI. 'S NO SHELTEI? IN THIS PART RPTX 1 CENTS OUT/ True Life Adventures eUP«3RT Of , TH5RB KKMA^ OP A QUESTION: How does a thistle help make men's suits look good? * • « ANSWER; Many oloths have a fuzzy look caused by tiny fiber* that stand up above the material. Theae fibers are called nap. When the material !• used, In a man's tuit, for example, the fuzz gradually wear* down and the material begins to ahliw. Tailors who wish to make the material 1 look nice again mu>t raiae the nap. They do this with the teaael, a thistle-like plant that grow* in toulhern Europe and in parts of America. The teasel ha* long, stemleaa leaves and prickly stemi. To brush up nap, only the dry flower heads are used, These are cut in half and fastened to a revolving cylinder which brushes them against the cloth. No mechanical device has been found that doe* u efficient a job of raising nap as the teaael. * • * FOR YOU TO DO; Visit % tailor and Me If oe ha* t teacel to •an ahowyom * • * (Tte $10 award for this question goes to Kitty Gray of Slab /fork, W. Va. Mall your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Htggins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Htggins will select the winner.) Step into this scooped, back- zipped sheatb^-step out happily all summer! Easy-sew in bree/e-iight cotton or shantung with jacket to.contrast or match T o m o r r q w ' s pattern: For Misses'. Printed Pattern 4618: Half Sizes 12Vi, 14 l /», 16H. IS'/fc, HW, 22', a . Size 16V? dress takes 3'/i yards 35-inch; jacket, 1% yards. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier,, accurate. Send 50 cento In coins for thi» imttarn—wdd 10 eenU for each pattern for flrst-clas* mailing. Bend to Anne Adam*, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Pattern Dept., 343 W. 17th St., New Vurk 11, \. Y. Print plainly Name, Addrew, Size, Style .Number. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily \ T A penny saved is a penny earned — and with taxes what they are it isn't worth it. ©NEA®. HOHNS r OB MINNEAPOUS en - The American Lutheran Church, formed recently by a three-way , is using 5,000 rani'g in celebrating its (irs4 y«W ol existence. The ancient Hebi'^w 'rwtnjBVPBti culled shofars, were f>4i rtr<thit<rt to- the new cbwoh's op uegiiuuug "Ytat oj hl*TJlit I

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