Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1960 · Page 16
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August 1, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 1, 1960
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PAUE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUST 1,1980 THE BYfct) ftOtJSK FlYING TO TMg ANt>ieoo£o FO* A SPECIAL TM6 PICK-OP TRUCK NOW. <?H,CN6 1F&RGOT SOMETHING. By ttowafd Spafbef Jt DI) SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfield (.OOK1N6 FOR A 0ov NAWEP CHAPE*. HE'S SUPPOSED TO BE WOffKINS ON A CONSTRUCTION JOB POWN THIS WAY AND-- ; ME. flK. ARE >OU Ml? OF TMOR CONSTRU ( WELL, LET'S TRY „„_,.., > ABOUT SIX-TWO AND TWO ( TWENTY, BLONR RUCrSEP \ AMP-- I KNOW A KIP LIKE THAT/ BUT JOHNSON, NOT CHAPE*. WHATSO6S* BIO BEN BOLT By John Ctriten TOMVlMTMEWtfT! TMIf CfEfP'S ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlln AUTOGRAPH EXPECT FROM CAVEMAN? 5EEJHAT S1RL REflOWTW tOU flOT VMDRKIW HERE... DAILY, 1 THINK HER N&MC IS/ THERE, THREE PE9K3 BACK THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs RIVETS COLLYEI?, /SMALL WOUOK/ MY VOU LOCXjOAUfiHTEl? AUD HEIT FIAWCE WK6 JUST HEIfE. SHE FLED IM TEARS AFTER I EXtOSEP HIM AS A RUTHLESS foeruuE HUUTEK/ Ororgp Sixta WUO» CUV, SOMETIMES ITMIUK IT'S MOW DIFFICULT TO PAKE A TE6N-A6EK THAW TO K OME/ T—— MEAUU/MLe..\ HOW FAK WILUDCPENDS OW THE $15 TAKE MC?/DII?KTIOMNOU • CHOOSE, BUT HOW kABOUT CHICAGO?. THIS JS THE LATBST.' YOU FILL A BALLOON WITH WATER... A/V0. .. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner VCSU.THC ONUV TIM6 I LEFT THAT DUFFEL 8Afi OUT Of SIGHT WAS WHEW WE L6FT HIS CAR. TO 5EE A SHRINE 1 . HE MAY HELP U5 FIMD- JAPAN MR SELF- PEFSNSB WAS STOLEN FROM WILLIE'S CAR, BIB? CENTER, ON 616'S SIX6E WO, MAJOR 1 . HE $*/HE PA*S~<JC TOME FOR FAMILY 0000 LUCK CHARM TO GIVE VOU! 'HUM 1 . HE HINTED ATJHAT, BUT I WON'T THINK HE MEANT IT! 1 CAN FIND THAT VILLAGE WHERE WE LEFT TH' CAR, EA&W A WOWAW WAS CARTIM6 SEAWEED NEARBY.. 5HE MUST'VE STUFFED TH'BAG WITH IT, AFTER SWIPIM&TH 1 AF/' WE WAV NOT RECOVER IT-BUT YOU'LL SEE A BIT OF OLD JAPAW THE SMITH FAMILY •By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith •SURE .WU W f Of»n« Mttll.r* Adtmi ^rijti, TUM<s> WN4T TO FINP OUT. THE BERRYS Carl Grtibprt \'i\ul ds nil painting!;! Be an ,-irtisi with a needle, and "paint" i his handsome pair. l-;>isy S-lo-inch cross stitch Clionsp hi-ovvn, green, orange tones to bring glowing color to ';• room. Pattern 576: two 8x21- inch transfers; color chart. S<-n«I 35 rents (coins) for Hil* patlprn—add .-, r«>nt» for each |)Httcrii (or flrs(.cln«iM innlllnK. Si-nd to Alton Telegraph, «fl, Neptlli-craft Dept.. P.O. Box IB), Old Chelsea Station, New Vork 11, X. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Aildri-Md. Neu ! New! New! Our 1%0 I .aura Wheeler Needlecrnft Hook is ready NOW! ("ramitied with exciting, unusual, popular He- siRn« to crochet, knit, sew, em- hmider, quilt, weave fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifU. . ha/.aar hits. In the hook FRKK '• — 3 quilt patterns. Hurry, §t«nd '^3 cents for your copy. Eas v•/ 5ee Diagram PRINTKD PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams IF YOU EAT HERE YOU'LL NEVER IT/ y so IH& OTM&K WAY WHesJ woe»,i'M SOMNA _ PL ACE TO OI&T* \m ' Wr^VC <w V^t C^ I ^ ^ i»c» nu in*, rw •«, ut r j/ THIS <3UW l& EMPTY/ IM >( WELL, VOU JUST SOW TO SCARE 'EM I <5O BACK. DO 1OU REALIZE I \MDRK < TO BEP.' TWELVE HOURS A WK&HT.' J I'LL TALK TO THOSE RORN FIFTV YEARS TOO 5OOKJ r-Junior Editors Quiz on- FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blossor JUMW* WANT TO MAKE. A WISH? AVALANCHES ^^. ^ XV-v.. i O^^ COULD BAZOO YOU LOOKED /1 HELP IT? SHE" WALKED YOU WAMT i u SMOULO SHUrMY PEEPERS EVEE.V T/M5 A DISH OZUISES AMVWAY—PTS ONLY TO 4 uxx/ , BUT YOU COULD DO WITHOUT We ftEAK VIEW MIRROR/ True Life Adventures BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin JLL HIPPOPOTAMUS UBS AMAMMXU. HB ^ HAV» WtTHOUT WAKJNfi, MB PLOMB TO THE P BVi«7a OK 4 MINUJT&6, TAK£S A BKBAT QUESTION; What it an avalanche? • • • ANSWER: AT»l«nch» eome* from th* French word "*?«,• lanoe" mMnlng "descent.** And that !• Just what itU-a •uddea desoeot by a Urge mass of snow down a mountain* •Id*, flora* avalanchea o/ anow weigh hundreds of thousand* of too* and hav* been known to bury whole village*. A aeries of avalanche* to th* Alp* in 1981 killed more than 200 people to Switzerland, Franoe, Italy and Austria. Sometimes avalanches are set in motion by loud noises such a* a shout or a olap of thunder. That Is why guide* in the Swiss Alp* warn mountain climber* to be quiet while crossing dangerous stretches of snow. Avalanche* also start when the sun begin* to soften th* •now, oauslng it to become too heavy for it* support. • • • FOR YOU TO DOt You can simulate an avalanche in ft •and pile at th* beaoh with * sloping hill of sand. Any small •object at the bottom would be burled. It ahowa how dangerou* it would be to nl*y MIT * real •tndpil* la building projMtf. Keep away I • » • (Oail Parhan of Ore-ovtUe, I. 0., vtai $10 tor this qn*f. tion. Send your quMtio* on • pottoard to Violet Moor* Hifgins, AP NM«f*ator**, to ear* of this »*w*pap*r. tf dupiioat* quMUooj w* wosiwd, MM. UioiM will Ml*ot th* wtantr,) ••! One smart skirt like this can jl-r the mwking of a go-every- whpip wardrobe. Team it with ; "icp-i<jps" and dress-up blouses '[in a different l(X)k every day iol the week. Choose cotton, ray| on. wool, i Printed Pattern 4862: Misses' i Waist Sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. jSiw 28 takes 2'g yards 45-inch. ; Send SO cents in coin* for this , pattern—add JO cents for each (pattern for first-clans in ailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of | Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 248 W. 17th St., New York ill, N. V. Print plainly Name, iAildrens, glze.^gtyle Number. ' SEND NOW! Big, beautiful. COLOR-IF1C Fall and Winter (Pattern Catalog has over 100 styles to sew - school, career. half-sizes. Only 35 cents! Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily The worst thing in any woman's life after 30 is 31. ©NEA® PRINCIPAL WAS TARditT OF KOKKAN 8TUUJ2M RIOT The latest fad among students the woj'ld over—massed demolitions — was tried again in Seoul, South Korea, recently. In the spot where much larger demonstrations toppled the Syngman Khee government earlier, 125 fagh school boys gquatted on the Seoul City Hall PJaai in an effort to get their principal fired. They charged he was derelict in hie duties but troop* brake up their protest before the principal was "toppled."

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