Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 30, 1960 · Page 14
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July 30, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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PAtrfc AL1UM Tttfc BVRfl HOt SK By Howard Spafber JUDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry firenfleld KAMILV...OMjWtu., >OUJ PLANS ^CON'T WO*; ru JU?T WA> r-v LtAVft IN ap MINUTfS. JTllL H£(TOM§S ~»J|ik_x—' fi T- N -i i— i r BACK/ _r' t ?r»3 JOHNSON - I PONT KNOW WHY i HAVE TXI5 ffEUNS... BUT Ate Y£HJ UH KUHHIH6 AWAY BIG BEN BOLT B> John Cnttefi Murphy ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAtnlln THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs RIVETS By George Sixta ', JULil cHJ, aMtU •MMMHMMMWMHMil Kitchen Glamor WUft» Delight everyone's eye with fruits fresh from the garden- so KH.V "i kitchen, Rift linenn!' Color-feast for eyes — embroider InrKi.-r motifs for pictures, small on curtains, cloths, \p\x. Pattern 53:); two" 6x9'/i- inch motifs; nine 2x2 to 3x5. ,s«-ml 35 t'enin (coins) for thl« pattern—add A rfntn for Mi'h piillcrn fur first•(•!««» mailing. Send to Alton Telegraph, 60, \ep(l|n<THft Dcpt., P.O. Box 161, Old CliclHeH Station, New York II, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. New! New! New! Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NO>V! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREE -3 quiit patterns. Hurry, *end 25 cents for your copy. Peek-A -Boo Hack PRINTED PATTERN 4717 Wt. HILL, VOUIL K SORRY YOU «BT THIS I'M 60IW6 APTER WBJO^J-HE NEXT TIME YOU set us WE'LL Pt MARRIED/ (SET OUT OP HER6/TUKK/J CUTOUT OF MY LIFE/ <*/ THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner W MBR6 TO TURN IT IN 0MCE GOT A U*T, ANO WOUWO UP 0M A *I<SHT5MIM« TOUR I APTKTHATZ SOTM-HEV, TMt* OWT... ITS 60NE! YOU'RE LUCKY'^_ HOW COME ? I DOESN'T fM COMPLETELY TRAINEp.' 6ONEf IUT WHO WOULD STEAL A PRESSURIZED SUIT? THEV'BE ISSUED TO AWV FLVBR WHO NEEDS OWE 1 . M5IDBS. TM 1 OUV5IW MV OUTFIT <NEW ITS DEFECTIVEl HMM...TH' IAS FUtL SEAWEEDI I SHOULD SAY NOT./ AN OUTSIDER WHOl TIME THIS 6AS WA5 OUT OF MV PETE, DOES YOUR WIFE NAG YOU THAT DRIVE, WAS WHEN ILUIE AND 1 LEFT THE CAR BRIEFC/ NEAR A PIER WHERE AM OLD LADV WAS CAKTIM6 SEAWEEP! FORSOT ' TURWHM THAT By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith THE SMITH FAMILY By Carl Anderson DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney Junior Editors Quiz on OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams .-SHAKE UP AMP POWfcJ, R3RTH/ THEN A SCOOP Of CHOCOLATE. A r \VANT A MILK SHAKE..: P1RSTJPIJTIN A6COOPOf VASJILLA ANP A PAS OF PEANUT BUTTED. COMPOUND THIS ROOF/THS SPLASH IMSS \ AMD kfeR- PLOPPlMSS OF \ tMHSB MOST STOICAL YOGI! rr; WMERS WAS i WELL, YOU HOLP HIM HERE WHILE L &O GET YOU AW- OTHEE OWE --THE OMLV WAV I COULP EWJOVMIWE WAS TO LET HIM EW JOY YOURS.' /- M ^ M ,r-«!3C: u.J—— *THB PIUSHnjxt/ev or THESE SUKROUHDM6S FA/#C/ffffAKS SOUIPTT OF cHEi?iex; THAT'S ALL? ISN'T THERE cr WITH GOAT'S AAILK.' MOKE LITTLE LIGGBSTION? THE WORRV WART QUESTION: What woa S«worct'« Fol^y? By Merrill Blosser FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS STRAK3MT-A SCMCXAR AMD ME/ TM0LL TO THE- SOUND CVIftXJfc NAME/ MV ADM IRA/ TiOM OF "itXJR. INTELLECT WAS OVERWHELMING I r r? I HATE YOU KX WINNING OP THE 387 GAMES WEVe PtAYCD/ BOOTS AND HKK BUDDIES By Edgar Martin Vue Life Adventures FATAL. FINAUB CROWS AKB WJT CURIOUS. AKBWBltt pt«o* of the North American mainland ontb* Arotto Circle. T»« Ruaitana found the land unprofttsWe M they offered to «tU It to the United State*. There wtirouoh opposition to the purohaa* but Anally, in 1867, Secretary of State William Seward ooufht the land for 17,209,000. People nloknanud the hug*, larply frown piece of real eatata "Seward'a Icebox" and "Seward'• Folly." But we know it today by ite real name, Alaska, which WM admitted to the union as thf 4Mb state In I960. Sine* it became United State* territory nearly a century ftfo, Alaaka baa repaid Ite purohaae price many timea ever in gold, furs, Umber and fishery products. * • * ' FOR YOU TO DOt Alaska WM the nrstterfttory aoojulrsd by ft* United SUtea that WM MH eooMotetf to the reat of ite 8a» If yut oaa find o«t bflv Ik* Waited SUtM Turn your hack to reveal the exciting, new Peekaboo cut—it's designed to bring many flattering, second glances your way. Closely curved bodice is accented by a flaring skirt. Tomor- j,-qw's ]|pttern: Women's style. Printed Pattern 4717: Junior Miss Sizes 9, 11, 13. 15, 17. Size 13 takes 4%i yards 39-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send 85 cenu In coins (or thi» pattern—add 10 cento lor e*cb pattern (or (trat-olait audllng. Bend to Anne Adams, care o( Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern D«pt,, *4t W. 17th St., New York It, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Site, gfyle Number. 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