Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 21
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July 13, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 19(50 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-ONE THE BY RD HOUKfi •t* %»- By JliUI) SAXON By KPO Bald and Jerry Brnnfield CONVINCE E WBKBN'T IU<?IN« TO CAYMORK WITH OtfAY-SliT OiJ* i' n«f5T JOB IS TO FiNP HIM. HE'S PBOBABLV UP THERE'S NO T6LUNS tYMTHK AM«HT PO/ THAT* A WCMfcfW'5 WORK BUNNV-'W/T »U NCEP THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs WENPV, PLEASE COME MOME / VOUI? VCTMEI? AMP I WUINa ID POWIVE AMD «* tfBT EVEfcYTOlWfl •> ^ Blf) 9RM BOLT By John Cttffen Mnrphy CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner PANATICAL KAMIKAZE ONCE TRAIUBP FOR AMD TUCKKL ABOUT TH096 „„,„— AKCKAFT BA$£P HERB 1$ A _ ll PLAME THAT ?EW MEN HAVE SEEN, JUT WHO** NAME 5UPDENIY ftBCAMg A HOUSEHOLD WORD AftOUNP TH6 WORLP WHEN OK)£ WA5 FORCBP TO UNO IW RU5SIA...1HE U-Z CABLEP THEY'RE INS A CAPTAIN EA5V THE SMITH FAMILY T-13 OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE i OUT OlR WAY By J. R. Williams 0EUUAW>6 A 5MART TLBCiJSS, A'.M'T RS I PfAN'JTS IN TM'iS POCK&T/— WH5R& THATT'S 3UST WM/CT U£ MEANJS,^ " MA30R / 6=ULAU'6 A LON'iS 3UMP PROM LfcSLIE.THe &SPAC& CHINAP-*-3t)ST AS FAR AS "ZOO IS FROM. CAPE._.." 'TMc Ail? . WILL ewe VOUTH^ LAUGW THE^' USUALLY $AV£ 6UY5 WHO SPRlNiT _/ \ \T3OvJM A RJMWAV ANJD V. FLAP THE.i? ACMS.' I VE WAWTEPTO OUT HOW FAfeT AMTELDPE <INJ RUW-- THUTTY-0NE. THUTTV-THREE, THuTTy.... THEY TELL ME...NEXT TO A RACE HOSg-- THUTT/- FIVE.... FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosscr FRECkLBS MUST HAVE BEFN IN /A BAS RUSW T& 60 SOMEPLACE/' Yes/ wr WAS INVITED OJ A FISMINI6 TfclP/ HOW PIP YOU 6UESS? Br THE WAY HE Off THE GRASS/ t Md1*4*1 Vt,t OUTt T WOULPNt M4K§WO DlPCE?- eK T'/ E*JCE ic you pip, cous'W. C0MWtCr WiTM /""I CCWC«T6, THAT'S MT S6C«ET j Pri*e ALLKV OOP By V. T. Hnmlln f'i 4 ? V H«'3 4TIUL V AUVK/ IT C«T*.]NLY ».' UdHTNINfl IA A PRETTY TfiftftllLC THINS 10 36T MIT WITH.' •7-IS RIVRTS By George Sixta TAKi MV ADVICE ! FORGETABOUT THAT CAT AND KEEP AWAY FROM THOSE BUSH6S....' THEKB ACE SUPPOSED TO ei SKUNKS A. ROUND HERE/ THE BEKRVS By Carl (irubert YES, MRS. MCBLAB, O COU(iS6 MRS. MCBLAB.... WELL ....I'LL CEPTAINLV TELL HER YOU CALLED... r-r—r G'BYE... 1 —- WHATS THAT? OH. YES, YOU BET.... WELL I'LL... YES, YES, OF couese... 36S Only three pattern pieces! Kxtra-easy quilt. Trade youi 1 scraps with other quilt fans. |Your quilt will remind you of ioiri friends. j Friendship F*an quilt, made of iodds and ends, will he a prized •possession. Pattern 568: charts; j patch patterns; directions. , Send 35 cents (roln«o for this ! pattern—add a c-ctUn for eftc-h pHtliTii for Hr«*-«-las«i mallliiK. Send to Alton TrlegrHph, ftfi, Needlerruft Dept., P.O. Box 161. Old C'lii-lsoa Station, »w Vofk II. N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Nnme. und Address. New! New' New! Our 19«0 i Laura \VheelerNeedlecraFt Book ; is ready now' Crammed with le.xcitinK. unusual, popular de- Isicns to rroohet. knit. sew. em- (broider. quilt, weave fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, Imxaar hits. In the hook FRKK i--3 quill patterns. Hurry, send j2o cents for your copy. Look! Jiffy-Cut PRINTED PATTERN 4784 sizes 12-20 By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith j HENRY By Carl Anderson ^ DONALD DUCK f an! ;gr pg; .-.=->'' . /<—»K OUCH.' (J. -9 S~^ Vf p.)»«-,« 1 ».,rc» r-r-ii- T..llt<V.- "V By Walt Disney DblrftaM Vy Ktitc r«tu,« f. ,die.i —Junior Editors Quiz on- MONEY BOOTS AND HER BUUUIK8 Martin .. ,\ \ (tkf£>tofcMir True Life Adventures X LIPE Ol« BUT >.»• A HBRMIT £HAKU»* HIS MINP.... ,., AMP «BE« TO WiUOlN V THE (SWOUr, MS \VI HE PTRiVtM AWAY.. ^^W^i QUESTION: What happens to money after it cornea /rom the mint? * » » ANSWER: Tber* arc three mlntf for makinf ooiaa In tb« UttlMd MaU«. They »r« In Philadelphia, Denver and San rraaoiioo, Th* oolni are delivered to Federal bank* which distribute (hem to other bank*. Then they are put in general circulation. Coin* are a neoeatary part of our money tydem beoauae they make it poaaible to aet values right down to the penny. Without eolM It would be difficult to pay or receive money for an item told for inatanoe, at $4.97. Colas are particularly needed la Utt purchase and tale of email itema. * • * FOR YOU TO DOi Make a Uat of all the things that can tot paid for with coins adding up to less than on* dollar, such M a movlt Uokat or a eaady bar or bus fare, * • » (Katby Uiags of Oswtfo, N. Y., wins $10 for this (jUee. lion. Mall your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Hlggina, AP Newafeatures, la care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are rsoslvsdt Mrs. Ulfgins will select Us wlnnsr). 7-11 j Jiffy-cut blouses. Pin pattern ito fabric presto! Cut out com- jplete blouse instantly. Top off jail your skirts, shorts. Tomor* i row's pattern: Half-sizer. Printed Pattern 4784: Misses' Sl/es VI. 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 18 jtop style 3' s yards 35-inch; mid- |dle 1' 4 yards; lower Vi» yards. Jiffy-cut in one pieue. Printed directions on each pattern part. Kasier, accurate. Send 50 routs In coins for thl* imttcrii—tulil 10 cents for each pattern fur find-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dcpt., 348 W. nth St., New York it. N. V. Print plainly Name, \ddii-Hs, sue, Style Nufnber. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily There are too many people working part-time at full-time jobs. <5>NEA<i UIULM KM».\ t Al Sr: Or HUAL Munuige U not a luiiun to teh problem ol a way- \\uid duutjhtfr. a sfiiioi probatioo officer in KunA Ham. tJijilaiid, h»» warned [wienis ft^pufting that girU are maturing two years than Utuw of ewUer §sn- the officer, Cmest A. Ocbui'n, «aid: "This ban obvious^ had an eflect both on U> «fe «i|| the iwinber of girt* found H If Uw nuiubar of girii teund le cuu-*d that §

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