Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
Page 21
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1%0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY ONE THE HOUSE > lf» HB T* UMB t*» » rWPEAD/ By JL'DD SAXON WHAT';- WffQNii, M p .. CHAPEKf 15 fPPIF HOMt? r4O ; HE'5 OUT WT,H 8UNNV ATWELl > BUT HE": BEEN X TE«?(?IPL V NERVOUS THE LAST COUPLf? ^ oepAyv-- evri? «IIN::E A MAN PHONEP ANP ?.AU.; He'p fEPosn *s,ooo IN M V SANK ACCOUNT IP evens / WPNT TO HIS COLLESE.' F Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld ATWEU.' NO - • SOMEBODY ELSE. \ THESE OPPERS ARE PRIVIN& ) THE BOYCKAZy~ANP I \ . HAVEN'T HELPED. I TOLD \ EPtTIE-WHAT'S ' EPPIE OF «Y SUSPICIONS j ABOUT THE ATWELL &RL! ' AT THAT MOMENT! LOOK, 8UMN*-- I-I THINK IP BETTER TAKE , THE STORV OF MARTHA WAYNE \lATf AFTeRUOOU AVON 'By Wilson Scruggs KXl'tt SONS HOME X W««:E vou eaoMs/ 'p 10U THIMK A DAlX5HTE?Of MINE is MADAM, OUT VOU- I'M WITH A CUSTOMER? I'LL BC WITWiOU (HAMOMEMT/Tl CAPTAIN EASY_ THE 00 MOWEVl By LesUe Turner COWE ON. THEY'LL BE HBAPIW6 FOR 5HOR&1 AND PON-T FORCBT- THEV'RE KILLER5! M 5UPDENLV FEEL KAPMAN 1 ^ CRONIE& WAITIWfl EVERV MOV& WEFOR U$ ON MADE HA& B WATCHEDi THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ou,rfe NOT THPsT BW?. FDR&ET \T NOTUtKG V* WOCTM A.LL U409E. FEEL A80OT \T 7-6 OUR BOAKDL\G HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE j OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams HERE'S -Me C MAJOR/ME Di LOOK MO 'AOKSE FOR THEM v L&^TYO Alt? MOLES (M THE 0OTTO/V\ OP 1V,t SATCHEL, LlK'E- YOU ASKED A\tT0.' CAPITAL WORK, FLAHERTY/NOW THEN,COKlTlMUlM6 IN TWEf?OLE OF .FuZZMV.VOU MUST COMV\hiCE MY ED FOl?< IN6 A\t — IF I CAM 30ST MTTLE- PELLOW OOT OF SISWT TILL TME AlK PO(?CE AUTHORiTlBSAl?RN£ > VJ& \Nii-L WAVEr DON& OUR COUNTRY A DISTINCT SERVICE AI>ID«~AWEM— g'AtsJKSOOKS A6 VJ&LL/ JM-.VAS/ WHV, I WAS RIPIW BUCKIW' MOSSES WHEN I WAS TEN/ HE'STAKIW AFTER ME A LOT. WELL, HE D1PWT ) INHERIT YOUR < BROKEN MOSE, 1 KMOCKEP-DOWM \ HtP, OR SPLIT EAR.' \ AMP HE'S /JOT <3OlW I TO CATCH THEM / FROM 1100 IPX (^ CAN HELP IT.' WHV MOTHERS SET (3RAV FRGCKLUS AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser I WOULDNT60 NEAR THATMONSTFR WflH _A TEM FOOTrXXe/ v BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin BIG BEN BOLT WOULDN'T MISS' By John ttaflen cove IN WITH r WILL you CHAMP ? FOR A MOMENT, THIS WON'T T4K ALLEY OOP HATE TO \ PONE MORE THAN OOf? BUT\ TAKE 80 YEARS I'HINK WE'RE 7 OFF HIS UFE/ By V. T. Hamlln RIVETS By George Sixta THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert PETER, WOULDNTr IT BE NICE IF WE HAD , A RUMPUS ROOM FOR -r THE CHILDREN «?< IT SURE WOULD, DEAR/ AND WHAT WOULP EVEN BE NICER IF WE COULD CONFINE ALL THE RUMPUSES TO ONE ROOM/, HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney If WELL.. WELL., ( VOU ACCEPTED 1 1 VOU PLAX AT THIS END ^ ...THE LleHT£ BETTER.' Life Adventures -Junior Editors Quiz on— BRIDGES WOT A GIANT MUP PJEx HUT THE KouKiPATiaKi POK TKB BBAVBRB LODG5. THE CBKTRAL. MUP PIL.I-AK 16 TO eUPFO^T A T70ME OF BKAHCHB5 MUC? THE 0TKUOTURE HATZPBN6, THB (COLUMN 16 U6UAX.L,V KEMOVB THB <lOMFUSTJgP LODdB 16 X7RV, WABtM ANP „ , 7-6 QUESTION: How is a suspension bridge hc/d i^p? » • * ANSWER: Undoubtedly, mw'i firit bridge. WM » •inplo laf thrown over t narrow •tretra. But logi were not long enou^ to span riven. Thus, more oomplioatAd 1 brtdgaa were developed, • There were bridges built on the pier principle 1 mpported by plllnge sunk in the river bed; there were bridges constructed on the aroh principle supported by the weight of the center against the aides. The suspension bridge is a relative latecomer, developed less than 200 years ago. First, towers are embedded in the middle of the stream, Cable* are strung from tower to tower, Than the, bridge Itself la built between the towers. Literally, it hangs —or is suspended—from the cables. * * • FOR YOU TO DO: The boy in this drawing Is building a model suspension bridge across a stream. He has erected the towers and strung the cables. Ml that remains is to suspend the bridge from the cables. Following his example, see If you oan build • model suspension bridge across a small stream. * * * (Bradley Noel of Oakland, Calif., wins $10 for mis question. Send your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Hlgglns, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received* Mrs, Hlgglns will select the winner.) V-9 Modern Wall Drama Slim, long, elegant panels- newest approach to decorative drama. Use narrow frames. Nature-inspired accents for wall, door. Easy cross-stitch, choose true-to-life colors. Pattern 526: transfer of two 8x21- inch sprays; color chart; key. SI>IK| 85 cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 61!, Needleeraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 1.1, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! New! New! Our 1%0 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book 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 FREK —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Snappy-Wrap PRINTED PATTERN 4962 SIZES 10-20 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Look bright and beautiful for breakfast and after In this snappy-wrap princess. No fitting problems- svrap 'n' tie waist. Choose gay, drip-dry cotton- checks, print, plain. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses' easy-sew sheath. Printed Pattern 4962: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size Jp takes 4'i yards 39-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. . Send 50 cent* in coins for thin pattern—uiid 10 cento for each pattern for first-class mailing, send to Anne Adams, care of AJtyn. Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York H..N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address. Size, Style Number. You are middle-aged when you begin to Jook brward to a dull evening. ©NEA® •KIVATE WHO WILL .KVKK MEAKDKK UP When it comes to drill field nurdiing, the Sherwood Forester* cgiment is just about top*—that except {or Private Derby XIX, Londan reports. Presented to the ;nt;Jitih troops us a mascQ), Prime Derby, a mm, was aot wry ood on his feet. To bring him up t'KuneuUil standard*, a yetevi- lary wu» failed in. but he found lat the huuivot was slightly Htlay- egged and nothing could be done bout it. So Private Derby on, in bin ewa w*ty.

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