PAQS SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 6,1WO tins Brut) JITDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfteld AV? CHAPEK. NOW I CAN PROVE NOT PAST OF A PLAN TO HAVE PUNNY ATWELL ENTICE TO CLAYMORE.'.. . SO MTO. POSWORTH &A--5 I CAN USE MY OWN JurOMPNT ON TH.'S CHAPS* 1 SUITS MS l'\e TCI-P MP. ATWFU MY BOSS THAT ? OUT OF THE VvMOLt PLf4«E PO^'f MS. SAXON.' iT'e.— THERE'5 SQMETHIMl.- \\JtONfc WITH Ffff. WE JUST ff¥OW IT.' CAN YOU x •-' COME OVER * , *f*ra THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs ... I / MR. HILL, W CASE VOUVE TURK, NOT A WOK) TO AWVDWE ^ WUHJE I'M woeiciwe oe uviwe/ HAVtNl EV6HTDLO MV MDVET. P03MISE OUBNHAM'S-COUMTK 14 Okl THE MAIN . ROOT/ SCOUT'S HOMO*/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner BIO BEN BOLT By John ddton Murphy IT'S fMtr-§UT IT FtOUKCf , 1 90T M0I4 ItUe.BUTlWfMTMl tfUY WHO fWlPt* ALLEY OOP V. T. Hamlln ^., WSll,HI,COC!'iOU WIAK. SUT BE PSEUMe IHKTli. WS9 86TTIR THIS V8 THIS nftOfl THK ONC6 ira A LOOKING 8AD8CT. 60-Inch Cloth RIVETS By George Sixta ... BUT HARD OAK FLOOR.. wuo% I THIMK H6S THE ONLY THOUGHTFUL PERSONA IWTHIS HOUSE... •/—• «v i^y^^rr THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert made EASY! Rounds of pineapples create an i elegant cloth for dining or to rierorale ;i table between meals. 1 Round cloth —- decorators' fa- i voriie! Crochet in string or No. 30 col ton. Pattern 845: direc- 1 tions for 60-inch cloth In string. Send 35 cent* (coin*) for thin pattern—itdd 5 rent* for each pattern for flrM-"la*H mailing Send Jo Allan Telegraph, fl«, Needlecrnft Oept., P.O. Box 181. Old CheNea MtHtlon. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Addrwa. New! Ne\v! New! Our 1JWO 'Laura Wheeler Needlecraft BOOK Is ready NOW! Crammed with ! exciting, unusual, popular rie- :signs to crochet, ktiit. sew, ern- ibroider. quilt, weave -fashions, 'homp furnishings, toys, gifts, ba/nar hit?. In the book FREK j-3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send Sew-Very.Easy PRINTED PATTERN I WOULDNY S RESPECT VOURj JUDGMENT/ AFTER I GAVE HIM MY OPINION ON A BUSINESS MATTER- SAID.,.. BERRY, IF YOU DIDNT HAVE A PRETTY W/FE.. Mf?.MeKE§"IT IS THE *TOLEM PAYROLL MONEY L WADS ANP WE PON'T KNOW ITi EITHER, SUHl LETfe REMOVE THIS TAPE AND 6EE! KKIOW WKE WALKING ALL < FORTUNE 110 CA5H1 OLD MAN PORTLY IS A SCREWBALL/ WAP* OP ITI IM WEAKLY PERFECT SHAPE AFTER MONTHS'. UMCOVEKED A SEALED METAU BOX FROM AM£?W<S THE ROOT* OP A SUBMERGED OAK TREE STUMP By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith By Carl Anderson THE SMITH FAMILY ALL TOV<=, POT CLOTW£«:> HAVE YOU MO /AANMERS, HENRV9V -*, NO ONE LEAVER DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney OUT OUR WA By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE Junior Editors Quiz on WHAT5 -THE. A\AT WITH LOUIE? GOLDFISH ' AROUWP Y WELL, IT'S TOO LATE FOR ^7 ANP6IVIWME AHAKPTIME, J THAT IF HE'S HAPALOOK SO I MAPE THIS PAIR OP 1 AT THE CLIPPIU6 JOB BUMPERS TO PUTOM HIM <\ VOU'RE COINS OW HIM.' SOlS HE CAN'T SEE WHAT I'M DOIM'-MAVBE THAT'LL OM,THE WEST SIDE CLU&... M'DR.V'WOOPLS'S OUT OP POCOS IT TO WE /MA-5OR/ CAhJ CF SETTER 0WLS CLUB HAM WHO COUUD HAVS FORA CH1M- ' 'THAM AND MAV-lS i6<10 , A CALM HIM DOWWJ OLNIEf? IP He'D HIM TO THE BASEBALL " PLOT THICKENS THB WORRV WART S AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser I TOLD LARD THAT DRESSING AMD TO HIMSELF AT EASE ON THE RATIO/ YOU SHOULP HAVE MAD£ H/M WAir AT ATTEMT/ON BV THE PROMT DOOR/ I'LL HAVE TO V^T FOR. HIM TO eer DRESSED eeraRe we 60 ON OUR, DATE/. ^ m^^^^j^ BOOTS AND HJSB BLDDIES By Gdgar Martin True Life Adventures SCHOOL of HARD KNOCKS BLACK-HEADED GULLS T£} 8WIM SOON AFTBIC TH6V ARE HATOIEC? LATSR^HEM TMEV HAVE EP61-)M6(S ANP TS|«ST ATTfiMFt PLV, THKV AKB tCKIO^KBP BACK INTO TH* WATS* BV TH»K QUESTION: Where did goldish originate? * * * ANSWER: Ooldflrt ar« th» ornunmtal yttt of UwfUh worW. They come in many colon - eranm, bronst.gold, r*d, gray and others. They are many •htpei and Bices, Some are only Inches long; others are * foot or more. It WM not always that way. Itae ancestor of the goldfish was a rather drab fish that swam la Chines*-and Japanese waters, Centuries ago, the Chines* started breeding the fish for brilliant colors and shapes. Now about 20 different varieties of brightly colored goldfish can be seen in aquariums and in homes, They hare been given such names as Oranda, Vailtatl and Black Moor. Hie United States government has been breeding goldfish in nurseries since 1878 and many sections of the oountry have private goldfish farms. t * • FOR YOU TO OOt Ask your father and mother to get you son* goldfish to ke*p as pets, Get a booklet of instructions that tells you BOW to talis ear* of then. Goldfish are among the easiest p*ts to ear* tar. • • » tfylvU Oliver of Faravilie, Va., wins $10 for this question. a*nd your quMtian OB t postcard to Violet Hoar* Hlggins, AF Nawsfeaturasi ta oar* of thif Mw*nap*r, If duplicate questions art reoilved, Mrs. HlffiM will select the winner.) 74 i Half-sizers! Be pretty and thrifty sew this smart and easy ; dress in gay cotton with bias- binding trim. Proportioned to fit no alteration worries. To-morrow's pattern: Wrap-on 'style. Printed Pattern 4688: "Half Sizes 14's, 16'- 2l 18' 2l 20%, 22H. 24' z . Size 16'-» takes 3^4 yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directiong on each j pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send SO cent* In coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for Hrst-eluM mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York II, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Slae, Style lumber. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily One way to improve TV western would be to have the hero shoot the writers. ©NEA(E> Police Becover Boys for Begging Indian police, carrying out a number of raids in New Delhi and Meerut, have arrested sav- en people for allegedly employing minors for begging, Acting under a new section of the Indian penal code making the ab- 4uotlon of minors for begging punishable by imprisonment, the polio* have recovered seven boys. Flnancer Bernard Baruch got 25 cents a week allowance untie a student in Collage of the City of New York; 10 cents extra Ipr carfare u bad w<sattwr.
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