Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
Page 17
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PAOf ETOHTECN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 20,1WO Bt Bo*sf« (tauter JUDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfleld , , UST*N... > MR. SAXON <TAN ExPlAIN ABOUT THAT rgAiLAWPcoiuwi...! MAv L *» WITH A CONSTRUCTION 1-1'M 0OIN* ID MBXICO.,. j t PON'T WANT TO HEAR ABOUT HER. RAJ/ NOW WIU. you Ptf ASE PUT MOM ON TH£PHON6f THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs r PlKTia*Y, 1 NO, I raWOKMH) A VKV D6UCATS COUVK? / EMEB5&KN OPEPATIOM JUST A «W ssney, BUT I'M WELL, TAIWK IT OVBK, TURK. YK, THIMKITOVER/ ITS THIS WAV, TUKK. IF WWJTS10MWKYMOU,rr AFKWDI UHKKTMID'iOJ MONEY 10 ME TO HAV6 VOU CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner THOMMOtftWffSWiU. ORMW2ID TO THAT9 ONUV OH1 flR CBNT STIR UP OPPOSITION TO OUR 6A5E» IMJAWMI SUTI THINK MCW. KALIZB THAT. WITHOUT OUR HSI.P THBY'P SS SITTWfi DOCK* FOR A 6|» COMMUNIST .. AHTI-AMEKICAN KIOf» WEKB VIOt£NT CWOWH Of TOKVO* COMMIE5«LfFrWlMS 0f AMA7INS COMTRAST9 1WVERVOLO AW TMB NBW STUDENT* 5PURR6D OW BV RBP AOITATOK* TO DEMAND THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith OP LOTS OP UtAE, OP OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE SAUER- KAOT W0r4 YOU A FANCY VACATION T«fJ OiD n T ,-v TH AT is T .THERE'LL gg Of4g LESS BEPTOMA^&AMD W "DP UA^B >MeLgS6PLATBTOWA«W/-*.XrtOPSVoO'LU0e/7 y,££ NTHe50PA (JBPAlRgD,WHlCU /Afr THAT ^D 8BTt6R THB WINDOWS VOUNt SNORED LOOS&/ OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams TAWS A UJOK ATTHAT- I* THAT A RAW SORE 1 NO, IT'6 SOME KBP FIM06R- WAIL POLISH/ IT'5 HISTUWJ TO WASH PISHB&ANO WHUT KIMCK HOME IS THIS WHERE A SUV CAM BE HAWPtEPUKE ASACKOP<X15 WITHOUT A HEARIM'^I / Af£.lS WA • / THAT'S WHAT HE POE& OdeTOUTO U)OK/ LOOK/ WHY MOTHE** *«T <»«AV an. W u.ti«i«» FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser YOU HAVE PIMNER AT MY HOUSE TONIGHT? HAVE STUPPCO PORK CMOPS— BAKEO SPUDS— GRBCN 8BANS— A T083CD MLAD see, MOMS VISITING HER re* FORA weeK/ BOOTS AND HUB BUDDIES By Edgar Wartiu Bit} Bfelf BOLT By Jehu Onlten Mofphy YOU'LL OflTCH YOU? Pf 4TM THttW, WHICH ONES'rOU WWW ftMM40fift ALLfiV OOP By V, T. Hamlln YfeXHil8,M»9PlI,..AND A VBRV MSMSW OP OUR , YOUR UWRMORY RIVETS By George Slxta Favorite THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert WELL....IN SOME CASES, IT MAKES THEM LOOK DISTINGUISHED.... PAT...WHAT DO YOU THINK OF MEN WITH GREY HAIR? IT JUST MAKES THE LOOK OLD.' Kasy-crorh<H pineapples with shell stitches — a design you'll enjoy always, never tire of! t an-of-pineapples square—Just 3 for scarf. 4 for centerpiece. Pattern 508: crochet directions for SVinch square, edging in No. 30; larger in string. .Send 35 rents (rnlnft) for thf* pattern—add 5 rent* for «arh pattern for first Huns mulling. Send to Alton Telegraph, 06, Needlerraft Dt-pt., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelftrn Station, New York II, N. V. PHnt plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Addrem. New! New! New! Our 1960 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 hook FRF.K —3 quill patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Easy, Easy { Casual PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney 7 True Life Adventures DANGER SIGNALS ANGE •LACK IM AWJMAU Ttie KlKJ(3 OVi THS WBAKS THJWiS r Junior Editors Quiz on- MEASUREMENTS QUESTION: How did 12 inches come to be known os afoot? * * • • ANSWER: There were anuralwrof rcMOM forma fitting op meMurementi of all kind*. He needed meuuremenU to describe the dlstanoei between places, as well as to describe the boundaries of his property. He needed a method for putting a value on hie goods and for weighing things, as well u measuring time. The oldest of measurements is the one dealing with length. The first measurement* were baaed upon part* of th» body. Thert we* the digit, which was measured by the width of the thumb. This eventually became the inch. The hand was the next largest measurement and it was the distance across the palm. It is stiU used in measuring the height of a horse, each hand being about (our inches. The foot was based on the length of man's foot. This was fixed at shout 11,7 inches. TbeOrssM aj*e hsd s msssure* Ulachfoot. FOR YOU TO DOt Using your hands or feel, messure nrtow fliisfs sod then use s ruler er yardstick to sss sew close te the eeMsl measurement you bsvVeeme, • » e (Unds Tebslskis of lUveriids, Calif., wins 110 for tbJsqvse* , Msil your question os s peewtrd to Violet Moore"":, AF NswsfMfaurss, is ears of tsls newipaper, If duplisrte Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Summer's coolest shirtwaist— perfectly proportioned for you who are shorter, fuller. Wonderful for town or travel in cotton, aisy sheer, novelty blend. Tomorrow's pattern: Misses dress. Printed Pattern 4866: Half Sizes J4>, 8 , 16V4, 1»%, W.'t, 22V». 24'«. -Size 16>-i requires 3% yards 35-jnch fabric. ,Easy-sew. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Sena SO cents In coins (or tali pattern—add 10 cents (or each pattern (or (Irtt-cuvu mailing. Send to Anne Adores, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Pattern Uept., tia W. 17th St.. New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Size, Style Number. When it comes to spreading news the female of the species u lots faster than the mail. BCIX RINGING MAIiATHON •BTS VNVWM AfiCOBO A bell-ringing team from the EIMX Auoeiatlon of Chjiyge Ringer* clanged the bells of the parish church of Kirbyle-Sokta, ntar Clacton, England, for U hour* and 45 minutes recently in setting a world record. The #lght m«.i team claims it raog 98.400 ohtmgM (a particular sequence of ringing the. belli) for th» world milt. I

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