Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
Page 14
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PAGE ALTON «JWrUf*t TUESDAY, AUGUST 9,1900 THE BVRD HOt/SE HOW&fu SfRafuGf WHfc** TKf RE- A*6 THINGS >OU SHOULD KNOW A&OUt WOMEN — Wufyy JUDD SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfield WHAT CAN Tt€V M TALKIN6 AtOUT SO LON&, SAXCNf IT'S ONLY SEEN FWf , MK.ATWELL. SHORT BNOUSH TI*\E TO PBCUSS A LON& FUTUS6.' PLEAPINS WITH HIM.' I OON'T WANT MY CKUSHtC* ANP I WISH ICOUIOJ EXPRESSIONS 5 TWENTY PACFS... /-- THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs DON'T KM 565 H IT'S HE* WW OF A DKURATIONO*. SHE'S DOME NOTHIM6 BUT A INDEPENDENCE/ SLEEP AND LOAF/ t BUTLASTMKSHTIFOUMD HER ASLEEP HERE WITH THIS BOOK WHEI? LAP/ EVE, DO YOU TKIWK MDU /OH, SOU OTXILD $muD 10 MAVE A MURSE IU THE FAMILY? WELL, PAeDOM MB FOP INTRUDING.' SOMETIMES I THIMK YOU TWO AITE WOKE THAW T6EN-A6KS/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner VES...ANP MANAdBD TO OVERHEAR MOST OP THEIR SO YOUR ^-fc, CONVSR6AT(0V< MEN TRAILED THE &USPKCT TO AM UNDERTAKER NO THE VILLAGE OF HIKAWA ? LUCK 15 WITH U», *\)W. A LOCAL FAMILY JUST SCHEDULED A FUNERAL^, ^FOR THAT VIORNIN6 AT 6'. „ TOO MRLYJ 'OUR CART Mar' ' NOT ARRIVE BY THEN! FINO AN THEN HE DISCOVERED HB WAS BEINd WATCHED, AND SHOOK OF? OUR MEN! THSY CHECKED ON T« MORTItlANi SUT FOUND NOTHING TO LINK HIM WITH A PLOT TO UNDERMINE JAP-U.S. RELATION*! HWW...THAT CONVERSATION PU2ZLE& ME i BUT I OUNNO HOW IT COULD INVOLVE VCUR CA&C: kSwen ..,.^' MO Bfc* BOLT THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith •SWODLP < eCTMELP our us. TWE S flPtM/ ; ILL GO ALONG WITH ?-9 OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE gUT THIS IS AM IDYlUC)/ 1 \ / X'M AM EA TO LOOK.' FAR FP20M ALL HU/WftM If H6'LU LINE : WHAT IF HER6 ^l LUMP „ NO SPAKKLIM6 ElN/L)L,&T ^> LIKE AV6PLA5U 8UILTJA MATCH , SPREAD tHE-NEROAMT UERB? WHATlF-fMB feE LOVE NOT 80U6H5 ? OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams THE WORRY WART FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser LAST _/sees TNINSS IN NI6MT/ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES * By Edgar Martin •Jr VMM WBWI . FfOM MOTH!))* ABOUT THI ALLEY OOP By V, T. tfamlln RIVETS I DOW T MIND IFVOOUSE/W BALL-BUT WHEI YOU'RE PINISHE PUT IT BACK WHIR! YOU FOUND IT// 4fS\fyrf ^~*ti»*i >:•!.• ini.nii'^.. ~^' r ~^ > g!^ ':. lll.H I...; I: By George Sixta THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert WELL/ WELL'/ SOTHATSVCXJR BIG BOV/ •-» HE HAS MV HANDS,. AND EYES/ 1 ;;r-~^- HENRY By Carl Anderson -YrrS^Vr^^ Border of Ront this fall, add an elegant accent to entertaining with thi« lavish and luxurious dolly. Roues in filet border; center of regular crochet forms imalJ doily, too. Use as centerpiece or TV cover. Pattern 573: direction* for £2x34-inch doiJy tn No. 30. Rend 35 cent* (eolna) for thJi pattern—add S cent* far ftMh pattern /or Mml-cla** mailing. Send in Alton Telegraph, W, Nec«llprr»/t Dept.. P.O. Box 181, Old Chrl»e» Station, New York It, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Addreaa. New! New! New! Our I960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is ready NOW! Crammed with exciting, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, tjuilt. weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, (rifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREK —3 quilt patterns. Hurry, «end 25 cents for your copy. For Half-Sizes PRINTED PATTERN 5 DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney e i'j*n »<li Otu<y rroJMtaW Wand «n»o Bi«m7 NOW WILL PRIVE , THE BOAT RDRVOO. UNCA OONALP/ •Junior Editors Quiz on- PEOPLE True Life Adventures SURPRISE ENDING _ , BV AN BN»MV. MINU0 FART " AKS A\VAV, ' WHO ^AKI ANP QUESTION: Who wu Daniel French? • • * ANBWKR: Daniel French was UM Amerioaa aoulptor who carved (he great atatue of Abraham Llaoola to tbe Ltaoola Memorial la WajMagtoa. Ho wae bora la Cxeter, N, H,, la llM and flrat attracted atteotioa aa a aoulptor at HBO ago of 23 whoa bo waa oommlaaionod to make the famotu atatuo of "Tbo MtauU Man" which otandf la Coocord, Maaa. Although bo etudiod eculpture for a while ia Italy, ha waa mostly a elf* taufbt, Whoa bo died la 1931 he was known as tao "Qe« of Ameriean Bculptora," o e o fOR you TO DO: Do you have a ftrorlte ajUmalTMako a email atatuo of him out of modeling slay, lot it in in your flower gai-doa and it will look like a etatue ia tbe park. • • * ' (Mary Lou Hicka of Chattanooga, Toon., wtas 119 for Mis question. Send your quastioa os a pofteard to Violot Moors Higsjas, AP Newa/eaturM, ia oars of tits aewepaper, It duplicate queotloaa are receivod, Mr. Niggle* will sslsst tko wlaasr.) |.| 4838 Smart to\\n n !IH\C! cunipan- ton— a suitdress with trim, slim lines to make you look taller and narrower. Choose tweedy rayon, cotton faille, wool. Printed Pattern 4838: Half Sizes 14^, 16'/i, 18'i, 20^, 22%. M»., Size 16's, jacket and skirt a yards 39-inch fabric. Send 50 c«nta In coin* for thli pattern— add 10 cento for each pattern for rirst-claas mailing Bond to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, J77, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St.. New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Addreaa, Site, style Number. SEND NOW! Big, beauHAll. COLOR-IFIC Fall and Winter Pattern Catalog has over 100 styles to sew — school, career, half-sixes. Only 35 centij Read Telegraph * Want Ads Daily The only time high school gins suffer in il- lence is when the line is busy. ©NEA® IMJiA RcoiKg MAfiKET 8MMU4, INULSTKV A . marketlu^ organization i* very likely to be let up during Ui* time ot Jndi»'». Third Plan to ull tbe produuU of imail- wale tnduvtrlM, New Delhi re- U. The proponed chain of atateowiuid atortA which will be started on an «xp»rl«iajjt«i bail«, U expected to buy In bulk from the umaU induatttet and tell product* at fixed pcicec. The government Is ai«o e^cour- aging the growth of wiatl in> duktries that can wpply component* and spare part» to tbe n«jor induntria*. I

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