Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 16
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July 27, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TtttJ »VRD HOUSE BIO BEN BOLT By John Cttlfen Murphy SSMnrhe* Tnll DON'T lrt»* WHY tne PEaef» oouwntc. MEVM6STUPOMC81 ALLEY OOP JUDD SAXON By V. T. Hamlin By Ken Bald and Jprry Bronfipld COUPLE OF DAVS IATER... THEM WMY'CMGEE, CDC, SHESAYVOjjr PUNNO. WERE NO J \ DIDN'T WOW" ABOUT »T youc _,_„ ... - UP ANOTUEB ONE TH«STO*y ABOUT ME ^{^MISSN&^CAUAN VIISTN T --ft IT I. (?F: ON TWA"- PIANF TO Jf/i <r*Os J'vF i^or ro FOR HEAVEM'S / SAKE OOP WHTOV INSULT HER, ABOUND Pf THE HAIR BUT THINKS IT Id A (3000 IDEA" >OU HAVE TO 60 AMD INSULT THAT THK HTORY OF MARTHA UAVNE By <M>rge Si.vta B Wilson OH THt PHOWt. Ht AT MOOW.CAU YOU/ VK. D*DOY-\ COMB OOTW =ff J05T « 5OOH J SOQM6R? J=|P AS I AUK6 A/ CAiL Qt MV * CAPTAIN EAS1' By Leslie Turner THK BKKKYS By Carl Grubert hitjh big an lilllr l>j,\ \Vc Imn him—youi • \Mll lo\p having this bo> doll [((r a plHymate! Paltprn H6.'{: transfer pattern; efi.-,y-to-full<nv directions 32-inch doll only. Dress in boy's '1 outgrown clothes! Send 35 centH (c-otnn) for thh pattern—add .i cenis for each pattern for flr»(.clans malUn;;. j Send to AIU»n Telegraph, 66. Ncedlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 181. Old Chelsea Station. New York II. N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! Ne\v! New! Our I960 i Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book iis ready NOW! Crammed with I exciting, unusuaJ. popular designs to crochet, knit, sew. embroider, quilt, weave-fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREE —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, send 25 cents for your copy. Smart Teamwork PRINTED PATTERN WH.LI HE AMD A CUTE COU6IKJ OF HI& NAMED 5UZV HAVE TRIED TO A DEPICATEP PILOT.^AND PUMPS U* l*TERAW5 FORTIP5 OW VOU MCAN LIKE THE KAMIKAZE PILOT* PBRHAP»«.OR A WHO TRAINED HERE IW TH056 SUICIDAL I DISCIPLE OF VOSA-OR "BAKA 80M8" PLANES OF WORLD WAR tt?/ MAYBE KARL MARX! NOW TAKE ME TO YOUR WHAT IN THE WORLD WAS THAT? JUST DADDV/ WHENEVER HE TAKES NOTION TO EMPTY HIS ASH TRAY HE MAKES IT SOUND AS THOUGH HES DCHN& MOST OF THE HOUSEWORK/ WILLIE- YAMATO'5 ADMIRATIOM TOR VOU IS TOUCHING MAKE THEJE LA6T FEW WEEK* IN FL.VIN6 ALL KIMDfi OP AIRCRAFT: JAPAN PLEASANT FOR BUT ME'* NOT POPULAR WITH OTHER JAPS OW.X'HB STRIKX THE BA4E TW/MS AS A TVPE WHO'D K MORE DeOfCATBD TO SOME CAUSE LEADER. I MUST SEE APOUT THOSE FAULTV PRESSURIZED SUITS! THE SMITH FAMIL By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith By Carl Anderson LOOK- LIKE THE BUS WILL W*\VE TO to MY MMUNG R2P tAE. VOP WML THI'i LETTER. IM NOT; HAVIHCJ WITH THE. L \TfLt: EUEN/vVlU. VCO HAIL IS YOUR MOTHER AT HOME? OH OH- FOOLISH , cuesnoN! BV MAIL Bo* i DONALD DUCK By Walt Disne • OUR HOARDING HOI SE With MAJOR HOOPLE • . .. •.. -. . Junior Editors Quiz on OIT OLR WAY By J. R. Williams IV'r'?E IN A SCHOOL P_AXl! ANJP UNCA DO\'A^P SA'.D V OJ'D .MAKE CX.R RAINBOWS IF Y0L)'«E HEADED WH6RE ITHlMK HOW ABOUT THIS RI6, 6OLPIK ? ALL WU CO 15 LIE IN THE SHAPE OF THAT TREE, CUT THE STRING VVHEN THE BELL KIW6S, AM' THE PI5H LAMPSW VOUR LAP/ VEAH--AN' IF WE COUL0 JUST W- VEMT SOME WAY THE TROUBLE WIT> VDU FELLOWS IS . XJUVE INVEMTHP YOURSELVES RISHTOUTOI» THE PLEASURE OF WHAT VOU CAME FOR/ FROM LODS6TO GREET LOD6E- MAS^T AMYTHlMfi OFP THE HOOK AUTOA^ATICALri! rrwouLPBE PERFECT/ OLD ST&AfA ROLLER TUEV use TO -TH % AM' (?OLL OUT 1U' Fi-APJACKS/ YOU 6ETTEI? HOOF IT/ NOU CAhJ LEA^S THAX-*>- ME-AN THIM6S AMT& E ARl> / UNDOU8T5DLY THE f?£CEPTIOM COMVliTTEE 6UE5TS ILL 0E HEE& ^^W^OrfX^^TJ^^^j^^^O* QUESTION: Where do the colors oj the rainbow come from? By Merrill Blosser GOSM.I oorr HAVE ANV WITMME/ TRUST ME TILL.loo True Life Adventures LAST LANDING BOOTS AND HER RUDDIES By Edgar Martin 7-27 GANNBTS FJSANTU2A.UUV ^i.~ J*° R>SE FROM THE C&tAeSV ©6A. A»@ KJUJBR WHAl-Ee APPROAwCM. BUT WITHOJT A Wlh4C» TO TAKE OFF INTO, THE ANSWER: A rainbow !• formed when sunlight strikes tiny raindrops In the sir. The sunlight appears to be white or yellow but It really is made up of seven colors — red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. When it strikes the raindrop, the sunbeam is bent or refracted and broken down into the component seven colors. Each color is reflected off the inner surface of the raindrop at a different angle. When these colors, reflected off millions and millions of tiny raindrops, strike the eye of a watcher they appear aa bands of brilliant colors in the sky. Rainbows have colorful nameo In many parta of the world, In tome parts of the Orient they are known as "little windows in the sky." In Central Europe they are called "girdles of God." v » • » FOR YOU TO DO: Although a rainbow U made up of seven colors, sometlmei U la difficult to aee more than four or five, The next time you are watching aralnbowaee how many colors you can detect, * * * (Charlea Cox of Duluth, Minn., wins $10 for this question. Bend your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, In care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received Mrs. Jilgglns will select the winner.) 7-37 Simple, slimming, smart! 'I I'avel from midsummer through fall in (his two-piece dress with a neatly tucked top. and choice of slim or flared skirt. It's sew-easy. Tomorpattern: Half-Size casual dress. Printed Pattern 4707: Half Sues 14'ii. 16'^. 18 l s, 2()'a, 22'^, See pattern for yardages Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Mend 50 cents in coins for <nl» pattern—add 10 cent* for each pattern for (inti-clUM niaiUnic i Send to Anne Admiis, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 348 W. 17th St., New Vork 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, size, style Number. Nouatiu.vs almost any luxury is uithin the range of the average working millionaire. Read Tel«'#ra|)h Want Ads Daily i MAN'S fAP HI.O«S Off, jKAVUti Sl.NhlNt. UUAT ' A man's i-ap. tikwn miu the Si'oitis>h lish hctrbor al Wick. A u'lenily saved < l'«'«ii limn K^'m! down 'i'lic listing 1 1. 1,, i 1.4 I lit- harbor \\u'.\ a- In I'.svajM' a ««lr and »a» U'lim tin- \\itUTline. As I* ui red iniu thf hull Hie cap wa sui'kfd miu ilif Ikilt- rtiid kep the Him in i-luvk lout emwa for thi 1 lire brigade to ami save the ship. had tin raced n>

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