Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 9, 1960
Page 14
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Mf/ \ AH.*™ ALTON KV1CN1MO TBUWRAPM SATUHUA*, JUDD SAXON Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfield THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs WHAT *XteS1M.KW6 THATMISHTBE. A 6000 IDEA/ sooty ID TOURS IOXMA'AMA ABOUT/ IF i BUTOMeOP vouraaBo K* RIKMASB/ SAF6Slt*,NHY«>MT KDUCHKKNTOIGUR TORSE? BOTH <50IH AND TALK TOMfcOUKMHAM HIMSELF/ < CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner THE IN5UKANCE HKM THAI MADC GOOD THE *7SiOOO WILL BE DELIGHTED TO SET THE MOWBV 6ACKI JUST 50 IT OOR5WT HAPPEN A3AIK) THE SHERIFF 16 CHAGWMED OVER MtdTAKIUd YOU CHAPS FOR, PART OP THAT PAYROLL flAMfi, MR.WcKKE! M/7HILBi AT McKEE VV INDUSTRIES.., A DEVELOPMENT THAT WILL PLAV A PART IN A GRAVE INTERNATIONAL INCIDENT... A CABLE FROM JAPAN THAT McKEE, HI&56LF, SETTER TAKE- CARE OF I THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith <3MOOUP THE SWOIXJO BE OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE TH6 DOCTOR FOBSOTTOTELL MB TW6 WSEASB\MOULDTU(2t>i YOU IMTO A MOrtKEV— OR WA>JES> V T VOU COMPARED YcSJR ARMS i.«TEUV?-~VOU LOOK LIK& VOO'RE WALP- AMD MALF-HVDE.'OFCOUBSB.lPX VOU V>JER£ KEEPlMG. A MOMKEV lhJV<?L)K ROOM.T'D PETCH TU6 KOLLIMS PlNl OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams A CHARACTERISTIC OF MEW SORM FIFTV VEAR6 TOO SOOKJ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blower \ NOW, WILD*— BMOTIONS eeriwe PfRHAPS TWBVVIU, TEACX'rtXIMcrTb usevouRSoa^B PERFUME IMMDUB. •0018 AND ttEB BUDDIES By Edgar Martin BtO SUN BOLT llostets Favorite •*• RIVETS By George Sixta THE BERRYS By Carl Gnibert Enjoy the beauty of roses all year with this chair set—adds a touch of elegance to any room. Precious filet crochet—lovely chair or buffet set, scarf ends. Pattern 975: charts; direction* lor chair back 16x12^, armrest Gxl2'/s inclien in No. 50 cotton. Send 3A cent* (coins) for thin pattern—add ft cent* for each pattern for flr*t-cla»» maJlfnx. Send to Alton Telegraph, M, Neeellecraft Dept., P.O. Box 161, Old CheUea Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler NeedJecraft Book is ready NOW! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, ba/aar hits. In the book FREE | -3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send [25 cents for your copy. Prettiest for Play PRINTED PATTERN YEAHTHE SUN IS SHINING -THERES A SOFT SUMMER BREEZE^TWE BIRDS ARE ITS TOO BAD WE HA/E TO SPOIL IT BY PLAYING THIS GOOFY GAME/ YEAH/ WHAT A BEAUTIFUL DAY/ SIN&NG.-THE FLOWERS By Carl Anderson BANANA* •ANAfJA* DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney Junior Editors Quiz on POMME DE TERITH MEAMS PICKUEO IN FRENCH, OOESNT fT» ANIMALS ACE SCHOOL OP .JTMEANS >• FSOTATOS* 1 I.^ER'-.THIMK I KNOW THE RECIPE DIDNY TURN OUT QUITE KISHT; True Life Adventures MILITANT MOTHER QUESTION: What it 9 mandrill? « * * ANBWBRi Th« mandrUl, r.ltUd to the baboon, HTM to W«*t Afriet, and it on* of tkt •trta|t>t looUnf wtnuU ta th* world. lt» body I* ooTvrod with Mft brown fur Ilk* • mootey bat tto f«o« tf anllto Out of MX ottMr Mimtf. Hi ahMlv an Uw. Kf MM to rtd, A M«rjr roll of flMk over Ite •/*• I!M to rod. Young BMdrlUi .fOBuittmM otn bo trtliwd M poto* Bui older mmdrUli art Ttry vtrtf* and th«y look fttro*, too, with their ugly faoM and •mill, ptfltko tyte. The nativM of WMt Afrioa dtillk* mandrlllf vory miton tor they travel In troope and oauae great damage to Drop*, lorno maodrtlU can be veoa to toot in tne Ualtod ftatoa. • • * FOR YOU TO DO; Here ti a drawing of • mandrill IB a MO. Color the drawing making tto for brown, Ito MM, lip and brow red nipl tto ORMW blue, You will Me It it aetrugo looking animal ladMd. ^ o • • (David Koobloab ol OOMoaugb, Pa., wtM 110 for thto question, 8eod your vmtitoa on a poatoard to Violet Ifeoro HlggiM. A? NtweletturM, In cart of toil ntwntMr. If duplicate quetttoM tn rooeiTod, lira, HI|giM wfil wleot thewinaer,) 7.1 Read Telegraph Want Ad^ Daily The 2-to-6 set love the play- dress 'n' pantie set — It's the prettiest, most comfortable style for a summer of sun-days. Very easy to sew in candy-crisp cottons, pique, seersucker. Tomorrow's pattern: Women's casual. Printed Pattern 4633: Children's Sixes 2, 4, 6. Size 6 play outfit takes 2% yards 35-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 85 cent* In coins for tnl* pattarn—add 10 cento for onoto pattern for ttm-olmo nallta* Send to Anne Adams, c*re of Alton Telempb, 177, Pattern D«pt., MS W. 17th It, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name. Address, Stae, style Number. Why is it the fellow who loses nis head is usually the last one to miss it? ©NBA® HAROHCADICDYOLTI KNOW! WHAT HK WANT! A rather unorthodox birthday present was chosen (or his JOat birthday by Lance CalllQgh&tn, ton of Britain's Lady Docker. He asked for a block of shares in Metropolitan Railway Surplus Lands Co., of whioh hit atopfetb* er. Sir Bernard Docker, is chairman, and where CtlliDgbam works n a junior capacity. Slid l^y Cocker: "Utnue is terribly later* wted in property. W« admire his choice of a prewot." H0 U bar if) by her tint tuaulage.

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