Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 18, 1960
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PAGE EIGHT •HsMsMHMlBtMBMMiMiMitaMMMislMMMHM tfttt BintD ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH By Howard Sparbct BIG BEN BOLT Cntten Murphy tetM6 OWE T' LICK Y«X» OP I MM406* (M ARTICULA IMMtNO? TMt lflU£f-^lW'T MOM* C4N*MWA«OL'RVt-e ^ utcetMSKruMI OMEIMMIMP? jirm SAXON By Km Bald and Jerry IVronfipld JOHNSON. HOW'D VFAH THAT NEW BOY WOULD FOR 'THAT BASIC CREW IN WEXIGO y\HAT HIS NAME ASAIN ? >^__ -_^- x OH... JOHNSON VfTsAlP IT WA - PON JOHNSON.. ~—AV TALK TO HIM.' NO TRACE YET, BUNNY. TWO ; MOPE PAYS AMP THE FDUCE'LL LIT OUT AN ALL-TOlNTS BULLETIN PAP SAYS >OU SHOUlP NO EXPENSE'I WISH I KNEW ^ WHETHER IT'S "^ HIS CONSCIENCE ...OR HIS CONCERN FOR EPPIE.' ALLKY OOP By V. T. Hamlln THK STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs MONDAY, JULY 18, I960 |MMHMMMMlW ^ MM iMHMIH»MMM«MI Everybody** Mascot . | RIVETS By George Slxta 704 i HERE TO SEE >0u DCCTCK. it HAVE AJICE TO SEE NOD, J UH,THAIJKS, TURK. PLEASE ( WELL SIWCE WE'RE OOINOTO BE CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner suzy &URPRI5E FOR you tJEXr FRIDAV, 818 L A PARTY- WELL, THURSDAV THEM. I T MOi HONEVi ITS THOUGHT YOU CAN OETOPF- \MOT ANOTHER ANY TIME, SIWCE YOUR PLANE GIRL-HONESTl WAS GROUNDED WEEKS A601/XU BE AWAY OW BUT- WAIT! MAYBE YOU /BUSINESS PCJR A FIND ANOTHER CSIRL-^rf WHILE. HOW ABOUT WEDNESDAY? H6Y. I MUST 60 MEET X H"MM... HE'LL B6 EASY-S PLANEl WE'LL 8& JHERE WEDNESDAY SBElWa VOU LATER 1 VSUT WO LATEI?!,SO HE'S TAKIN6 Off- THURSPAY...PR08ABLV AT DAWM LIKE, THE OTHER ll-2'6l THE BERRYS By Carl Grutwrt ...YES SIR YOU SHOULD SEE MY BIS BRUISER,' J 25 POUNDS AND ALL BOY.... , I960 by NEA, Inc. T.M. R«r. U.S. Pit. Ollj NOT AN OUNCE OF FAT ON HIM....LEGS LIKE FENCE POSTS . AND STRONG r" AS A BULL / JUST IMAGINE, PETE' HES ONLY 14 MONTHS OLD AND HES BEEN WALKING FOR 5 MONTHS .'r~ — DONT YOU THINK IT5 ABOUT TIME HE SAT DOWN THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith HENRY By Carl Anderson HP'S dapper, dandy and everybody loves his smile' Fun to pinko, lo (Hke liurk to college. Newest Mascot the «!H<| cat who sits up and smiles' Perch it on bed, dresser it's 14 inches high. Pattern 7!M : pattern pieces: directions Semi Sfl cent* (coins) fur thfr pattern — odd .1 cent* for each pnttern for first-Has* mailing. Send lo Alton Ti'lonruph, 6«. Nccdlecriift Oept.. P.O. Hov 161. Old Chelnca Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number. Name, and Addre»«. New! New' New! Our 19WJ Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Bo<>k is ready Now ! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, em- hroider. quilt, weave -fashions. home furnishings, toys, Rifts baxaar hits. In the txx>k FREE 3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your ropy. «s a Did PRINTED PATTERiN 4664 "" SIZES 36-41 \Z OF TVAE. CUSTMES PRVER ONLY DONALD DUCK OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams By Walt Disney .;/x- -^vfcJ A A REGISTERED LETTER ,L>MM.\\V yA MA,tut \NA6EC IT? A PLcA ./ 3R POP N\£ Tc3 ACCEPT A ViACA*4T CftRi^ipT POST/ •' AM . ^jejl^/^'T^A -^' u%, TT-?:£c2A... ^ .* V-, /;_--! v .-.i »L^* :- J J^K-"- m WAS A COME RIGHT BACK ' IM HERE AMD 6ET INTO VOUKSHOES AWP STOCKINJC-.S.' YOU'RE GETTIM6 TOO MANV THIMSS THAT <3ET VOU OUT OF DOING ANYTHING BORM PIFTY YEARS TOO SOOtJ f .*.*"!;!:'?**, 7-W i—Junior Editors Quiz on- PLACES AMI HIS 1 KIKNUS By Merrill Klosser •3O FUK HE <3OT O- WALLETS.' 7-va PRIVATE LESSONS IS WMAT I WANT TO IMPRESS MY GiPL BY BECOMING .,•AN EXPERT HORSE MAN/) VOU NECD/ I RECKYMENJD TWO HOURS EVERY DAY FOR A MONTH AT f,4.0O PER WOUR/ VlKeS/WELLJ MAYBE I CAN I IMPRESS HER ANOTHER WAY/ ONLY 25 i A DAY FOR THE HAT/ 77 ljf v>. I (diif StotoMk True Life Adventures] I— . .11 ii inrivmnn—-—-f--" -J- TT^ PUGHT for LIFE / <r^=-' ^rti^ri /^ SUPERB 6WIMMEJZ AMI? __ ^ , BUT FLIGHTLESS AMP ' ON LAM?.... ^^•tr ...THE L.AST ORE AT AUK *'. T»ER)SHEP )N 184O. S DUUTS ANU HKK Ki'UDIKS ! liy Kcliiur Murtin * "9\ '- • A AUK ONE i3P THE MOST NUMEWOU6 B1RPS JN THB :. HE'S eui^ros IN THE WATER, TOO—BUT QUESTION: For what is the Black Forest inGermany npted? • * * ANS^VER: The Black Forest of Germany lithe scene of many ancient German legends and fairy tales. It U noted for its mineral springs and there are many health resorts located near these springs. The forest covers part of the German states of Baden and Wurtteraberg and the Rhine River flows past it for a distance of about 85 miles. Located in the mountain district of southwestern Germany, it Is an area of email villages. Ita name comes from its many dark fir trees. Perhaps one reason it is so well known is front the products of its villagers who have kepi many of their old customs and traditions. The people mako wooden toys, cuckoo clock* and musical instruments whichnav« been shipped all over the world. Here some children W0 MM looking through the window of auob a village •bop. • • * FOR YOU TO DO: U you are tn a toy store or a Jewelei** •hop see if you can find any toys or clock* tbal w«r« ailtfte in to* Black Forest, (Maureen Schreiber of Elizabeth, N. J,, win* f 10 for thl§ question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moor* Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper, U duplicate question* arc received! lira* HlgglM will aalaot ib« winner), ^^ 7*10 Step-in with it smart angle on slimming the larger figure—side hut tuns pave the way from contrast collar to smooth skirt. Choose checks iced with white. 'Tomorow's pattern: Culottes. Printed Pattern 4664: Worn- en's Sizes 36, U8, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 dress takes 3T& yards 35-inch fabric; collar ^ yard. Printed directions on each ipattern part. Easier, accurate. ' Send 90 rents In Cuiiw for thU jmttern—add 10 cent* fur eat-h pattern for firnt-cluxK mullUiK. Send to Anne AUuins, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Oept., MS W. 17th St., New York II, N. V. Print plainly Name, Addrms, Size, Style Number. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily About the only thing that draws more interest than money Is a secret. PABKINU AfKTlfiKS NOT TO MAR PABW BKAUTV There will be no parking meters installed in Paris because, says Chief of Police Maurice Papon, they would spoil the aesthetic beauty of the city. Papon usually has the last word where Paris traffic is concerned and his opposition means it would be virtually impossible 10 put in meters. Pupon also feels that the motorist already is sufficiently taxed.

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