Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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EAGE TMffiTY-Tvvo HUE BYttt) ftOtJSfC ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Howard SpRttof JLDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld OOSf'SLE-- TAKE A JOS ^AR AWAv--6ivE OLtEc-E -- T R> TO JON THE ANYTHING. THE STORY OK MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs e< LAWkllE THE 1 OH, DOM'T LOOK THAT WAY, TEUNIS PROATTHE4. THE SWELLEST 6UY. KEAllY MFIS/ CLUB? NO. AT LEA5T I DOM'T THINK SO. VOU SEE, I'M FALLIW6 IH LOVE WITH TURK IAWMIE. AMD TWiclt HE'S ASKEP Mfc TO HIM. IS THAT WHY VOU WANT TO CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner LIKE \ LIKE WILLIE YAWATO WHO?; THAT JAP AIR CADET WHO KEW1WPS ME OF A srONEAee SCATWIKJ FOR, p. ... WEEKS HE'S HUN6 ABOUND N$V VOU LIKE A PUPPVl ^ PROBA6LY ANOTHER ONE Of TH05E OPDSAtL- CHARACTERS WHO SEEW TO LATCH OMTO 816! POM'T WAIT UP roe ME, LADS. OFF TO MEET AW OLD BUPDV OF MIME FROM THE STATE* 1 . TUCKER'^ QUARTERS JUST HERO WORSHIP, SOW! WILLI6 WANTS TO SHOW UP TO 8£ A CRACK U-2. PILOT LIKE MB. V0U CAN'T SUf ADMIRE- THE WAV HE'S PICKIWS UP I'M TOO MOPE5T TO ANSWER THATl AHi WILLIE'S WAITII06 T8 DRIVE ME TO TOKYO! HMW.,,AWD THAT EXOTIC MIP DANCER AIHO TOOK ALL THOSE SNAPSHOTS OF WHAT DOES SHE SEE IM VOU? THE SMITH FAMILY y Mr. and Mrs. Georga Smith BEH\ND WITH TWE AND ZONING U009E. 6O SHOPPING. PUT MY HWR COAPAHV COMINS. OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams MY •DOUSU.YOU'KE CARey- LII^E A you WOW'T x HAVETOWA&H \ THAT--IT WAS I HARPLV USEP } FOR PINJMER// uiar. i CA.C»H.> HO\\fc LEARN •piN.jr.oi ice / -ru'c. nsll sV «JAV OANDKLJFF. THfe^NLY W«Y ADVIC5 TOTW& '•I " WHV MOTHERS GET GRAV FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser ITS NOT WORTH ALL TME ADMIRING 6LAKICES/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Eduar Martin BIG SftJf BOLT »«CH4fflfi. 4NYS00Y WHO P4C60HIM,.. , HE'S 4ftO/t EC* CH4MPIOW 601T MIMS6LP. HE'S THURSDAY, JULY 14,19GO II|HIIBIIIIMHMHMMHBHHHHI Easiest Everl ALLEV OOP By V, T. Hamlln YES, BUT FWT/ YOU flW \ ITS ESI I VVKNT TO / HIS HAJR AU. \MOtlCEABLE IN WE CAN \ PREPARE CAME OUT AND HIS BEARD... fM3 SEE DOCTOR) YOU FOR \ HE'S AGED 7 TOTALLY WHITE. WONMUG?/ SOMETHIWeV i ITS BEEN ABOUT HOURS SINCE A BOLT OF LIOHTNING PUT DR. WONMU3 IN A H03P1TAU ...IN ALL MY EXPERIENCE, 1VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE •~/ ITS THE MOST AMAJIN6 TRANSFORMATION IN ^> MEDICAL HISTORY/— ^ RIVETS By George Slxta THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert HI. MONEY/ LETS EAT OUT TONIGHT. WAIT.' HOW ABOUT THE CHILDREN SURE THEYb LOVE IT/ THIS I5NT EXACTLY } WHAT I HAD IN MIND// J{ s ^ ^C^WUK This baby set has everything it's lovely, practical and, best oi all, it's so easy to crochet. Jacket a,nd cap are crocheted in a straight piece. Boy's has plain bands at neck, sleeve, cap edge: girl's has ruffles. Pattern 770: directions. Send 35 cent* (coins) for UiN pattern—add ft cent* for each pattern for first-eland mtUllng. Send to Alton Telegraph, 60, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 181, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book '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. Non-Stop Success PRIMED PATTERN HENRY DONALD DUCK By Half Disney Junior Editors Quiz on PEOPLE > ...CASH OF NLJTMES, CUP OF CORNSTARCH, SPOON OF LEAAON JUICE - • - — A SKIN-FOOD PACiAL..' VOU NUTS?.' True Life Adventures I t\ < —-J Vulnerable VULTURES ©AXIS CAFE VULTURES OP SOUTH AFJZUSA J-AV THEIR EC&6S OKI MOUNTAIN L^POES PUBUMC& THE 1.ATB WlNTBW BUT THE6B MOT Al-WAVS • ^^»^ V^WFf^ T • V^^i euPPEN BUZZAVCP MAY PESTTSOf/ THE *SOS A0 WfiLL AS v MANV OF TWK B«W9 THBM68L.V5S. PuttitmM lur Kuf r»tiuM lyadictu. j ^:^F v ' v^v- 7 ' vk,-- v*-. -• -..c«.4 QUESTION: Was there a real Pocahontaa? • * * ANSWER'. Ctpttln John Smith, who wu the leader of the settler* In Jaraestown, V*., wrote in bin book "True Relation of Virginia" that the Indian chief, Powhatan, was about to kill him with a olub when the chief's daughter Interfered and saved his life. The daughter's name was Pooahontw. Smith later wrote another version of the Inoident and claimed » New Hampshire Indian girl saved him. Because of this, there Is some question about the truth of the story. But there is no doubt that there was an Indian maiden named Pocahontaa. She was converted to Christianity while being held by white settlers and married John Rolfe in 1614. They had a son, Thomas. The family went to London for a time, and Pooahontas was introduced to British society as an American princess* As the Rolfes were departing for America, Pooahontas became 111 and died. Her tomb is still to be seen In Oravesend, England, « « * FOR YOU TO DO: See tf you can find any other Indians who became noted In our history. One of them was a vice president* * » * (Joann Tick of Auburn, Mich., wins 110 for this question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Hlgglns, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newfpaper, if duplicate questions •re received, lira, Hlgglas will select tt* winner), 7-14 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Easy, breezy sheath sized to slim shorter, fuller figures—a fashion hit in cotton, late-day silks. Tunic jacket turns it into a nonstop costume. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses' dress. Printed Pattern 4652: Half Sines 12' 2 , 14'i, 16'*, IS'/b. 20Vi, 22'-a. Size 16'/i dress takes 3»,i yards 35-inch; tunic 344 yards. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 50 cent* In coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-clans mailing. Bend to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 248 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, Style Number. LITTLE Alimony is what a worn- an charges for name dropping. ©NBA® MAUS STUDENTS "I'UOVOKKD" INTO HARASSING COEDS Coeducation is leading to real battle of the sexes between college students in Delhi. Women students accuse the men of bullying and harassment. The men, on the other hand, blame the girls for being provocative in new style decollete dresses and by using cosmetics. Indian officials say the scuffles in which women have been beaten are due to the men's resentment that women are allowed in the university as students. Trader Horn, with J84.875, led rotters in money won during the 1959 harness racing season at Yonkers, N.Y.

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