Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, I960 ttft ft*RD By - AN&WM6N «WE COMES IN-AU. BIO BOLT By lohn fctalton Murphy JUDD SAXON By Ken Raid and Jerry Bronfleld ON i ve HAP ' I TAN " EvEM T U?N V OJ OVER T O I' 1 ' -WE PCULf PEiTftUSE V OU VE 1 U" , / ^ .'V-'W l_*»"l VW WO*K ' ^CiLP I / OWN WAV ANP I WON'T ' '' " ,, V TOV TD >rmP >ou ' j THE WOODY PRESS C:#Cl£* , PVE-&V-F/VE „., \\N 9UOt>tHLY3fe THOUGH fXPLOteOFtOH -THE fWMO§iU 2 OPPOHtHT..,, Kitchen Charmer ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlln THE STORV OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs NODlFFEftENCE 1ETWEEN , _ , .._ MODERN AN' BQN6 AGE 11 COULD SHOW >tXll SCftfOUS WOM00? AW MXl CONT V A TWINS OR TWO/ KNOW ' 1ALKIN' s^sT^.ABOUT; 7 BACK TO MOO J • «sjv ( AN'tH'DAVSOPy fp » Vy^ri^rtEMEN/ U>' ^°~~^y ^ *%* RIVETS By Ooorgp Sixta 7 IT'S TU!7k: LAWkiiE, TfcWWIS' PRO CAPTAIN EASY . By Leslie Turner j THE BERRYS By Carl Gruberi HE COULD'VE PARKED HIS CMl CLOSER ...UNLESS 'HE-WANTED IT LEFT WHERE A ACCOMPLICE COULD WORK UNSEBO TH'SHRINE WILLIE SHOWED ME IS IM THIS BIG PARK.EA6.V. IT'S CUITB STROLLt SURE ..HE COULP'VE CONTRIVED TH 1 WHOLE- TRIR PAL»,BUT I POUBT ITI HE 'MEEDS A SPACE SUIT ABOUT LIKE THIS BUDDHA MEEDS WATER WIWGSl AVID WHERE COULD HE £EU TOfiS FOR TH 1 STRATOSPHERE? OKAV.SUT. VOHDER'5 MR.OSUKA ChiiiniinK iiiui.'h for yo'j^ kiU'hcn'. Match ihis doll's dress tu yinu color scheme. Use scuips' Pi'oicct v'our toaster from dust yliimori/r your kilchen with this gay toaster-doll. Pattern (i'^S: transfrr of pattern for doll, < ioihcv ''asy directions. Semi :(5 rent* (oolnn) for thl« puttiTn—add 5 centM (or each pHlliTti for flr«t-cl8N<t malllnR. Srnd t« Alton Telegrftph, 8«, Nrcdlccraft Dcpt., P.O. Box 161. Old ChcUpn Statlnn, New York II, X. V. Print plainly Pattern \nmh«'r, Name. Address. Nr\V NP\V! New: Our 1960 Lnura Wheeler .Needlecraft Book i', reatly NOW Crammed with pxoitinc, unusual, popular designs to croohpt. knit.,.sew, em- I roidcr. qiiilt. weave—fashions, home furnivhinKs, toys, gift--', ba/aar hits. In the lx»k FKK'F 3 quilt [mtteros. Hurry, send 25 rents for your copy. Foiir-Swuson Dress PRIMED PATTERN ^ 4733 «2ES 12-20,40 THE SMITH FAMILY Ry Mr. and Mrs. George Smith HENRY By Carl Anderson \ OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE | OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams WITHOUT THE MA'SO HEAP TAkESTHE HILLS LI kg A 00Y SCOOT WEAe-, ISIS A FILLED WITH HELIUM// SP^SfA AC CORDING TO) ( THIS MAffLAKeSy #ETWlEEN THB < WANMA60HOM6E- UlNeS CFWIS KAM& LOOSE-IS 3OST <( PASTTHE "FALL-) g5TT(N6 HIS NIBS ' «OC\< * THIS < 15 AS MISERABLE: - - - - AS A MOSQUITO MUSEUM/ CALLED "DANGER V 1 PARTY GOSH.' VOU \\ / VOU MI6HT HAVE Y CAW'T VOU SEE \| «OT AAV PARE )\ I KMOWWSUCHA I THAT HE CAN'T 1 5TUMMICK J \ J CRAzy BRIP6B < WALK OR POANy- I STUCK TO J \ / WOULP BREAK/ ) THIW6,TILLI GET I I NOW WE'LL HAVE / HIM OFF THAT i\ TO WARMISH TH' \ VA«NISH ? WILL ( ) LIWOLEUM OVER/ \ VOU KIMPLV GO } I IT'5RUIWEP--HE I BACK TO BEP „. I MIGHT AS WELL ^ AMP LET US- > CLO5E THAT V WALK ACROSS j ^ IT NOW.' | WH 1 / MOTHERS 6ET 6RAV DONALD DI!CK 'LJNCA DOMALO, y' KNOW .THAT VftXSE VOU ALVVAV WE'D BUSTjPj By Walt Disney j — Junior Editors Quiz on- FISH WELL,VOU CAN STOP WORRVINS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser (WHY CAN I SUDDENLY COEPEND ON THxSfT P r (BBCAU^E.T) \ 3l Si ,.^ _M . To RIGHT- I DID! U PROMISE YOU AN i--' 'O TJ4IS CA.LLS OiAN6fc OF CANCEL MV FII6WTTOPARIS/1*\ 6ONMA 7AK£ A BUS TO K/N6STOM ZOO , BOOTS AND MKK HI DDIKS By Edgar Martin True Life Adventures > TIMg FOR MOTHBHt K NBW M/ )XTI*B^M TAU<&WT THHM . war SHB QUESTION: Where dfd the name sardine come from? • * * ANSWER: The first sardines were caught off sUrge Island in the Mediterranean Sea. The island, now a part of Italy, was called Sardinia so the fish were named after it. Sardines, which are related to herring, now are caught off the coasts of France and England and in the Paolflo Ocean off California and British Columbia in Canada. They are so small mat a great number of them can be stuffed into toe familiar small, flat can. In addition to being a food delicacy, sardines also are an Important source of oil. Sardine oil is used to make paint and margarine. Sardines swim in sohooi* and often give oif a bright glow wbao waters at ntgbt. * * • FOR YOV TO DOe Hare you eftr SAM aijsjHr next *c4c, like (b* boy art girt i» IU* Scoop neckline or flip-up col- ; l;ir pick your favorite for this I swirl-skirled style. Wonderfully | simple to sew, simply wonder- jful to wear! Fall cottons are in | town choose one now! i Printed Pattern 4733: Misses' Sizes 12, Id, 16, 18. 20; 40. Size It' tukes 4% yards 35-inch fabric. Send 80 cento iii coins lor thU pattern—add 10 cento for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care ol Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 343 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, Style Number. SEND NOW! Big,,beautiful. COLOR-IFIC Fall and Winter Pattern Catalog has over 100 styles to sew — school, career, half-sizes. Only 35 cents! (•ft •• Pbt •M! fMV vrnrtlM M a postcard A* Mmsjfeaium, te can of (U0 e e e flf Alton, m,, vfc» fio lor ttto to violet Moore B r. V Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily It's amazing how many who sit on the bot- m all day would like to get to the top. KHAT TBEE LUAVCI8 PDT KICK IN LJFK When East Africans want to break the monotony of their lives they gather the leaves of the Khat tree and boil them into Abyssinian Tea, Dar-es-Salaain, Tanganyika, reports. The drink provoke* excitement and frenzied dreams and some natives have found that it is habit-forming. World Health Organization experts are studying the problem and will advine whether Khat tree uultivatiop should be prohibited or controlled.

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