Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 21
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June 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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PAC;E TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1S63 DAVID CRANE By Creig Flessel A WAR ) MEANWHILE /THAT'S VERV NICE, DWR_ ^ — II {ywe 4 PI^TC Raj YOUR MOTHER MOULD \^ FATHER, T<X NOT JUST IDNeHT. LOVELY /W.VWS, KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola NOUIDN'T WASTE ^ /^CW HEARP HIM CONFESSV4NP HE WOUU7J f SOMETIMES.. DISILLUSIONMENT IS... jv VWTCPV nw HIM I V.THAT HE SOU? YOUR JEWELS ) HAVE KILLED < 4 | WORSE THAN DEATH, SST. DRAKE/..!.... HID THE MONEY IN A y YOU TO KEEP *» ROM EXPOSING FLASH GORDON By Dan Barry SET THE LADDER. JOE/ tr'S THAT ANTENNA ASAIN/ THE COUNTY.' NO CLUE TO THE SENSELESS THEFTS HAS BEEN FOUND... WE'LL NEEP SOME 9F THESE FOR THE DAMASB7 BOCV WORK.. ADVANCE? TO HUMAN INTEUJG&KEJ EGON'S ANIMAL FRIENDS GATHER AWTSRWS TO K&XIR HIS ex/pptco "T/ME-HOPPSK '. JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Robbing TAKING ws ONLV OUT, JOHNNY GOES BUT I KNOW WHERE ARE, ANPKO5.' COME JOIN ME/-/ THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith 1VE. -OUf? COP CWKE. SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney / IF THIS IS BREAD AND CHEESE, YOU'RE RIGHT—IT'S PRETTY THIS PRISON FOOD 15 pperry BAD THAT DEPENDS ON WHAT IT IS- IF, ON THE OTHER HANQ IT IS BLOTT1MG PAPER AND LIBRARY PASTE, IT'S THE BEST I A IHI-UcCIWi Ijndiuti FMturi I DON'T SUPPOSE WE'LL. EVER KNOW NO . WMuam BUT I LIKE X TO <5IV= THEM THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT- / PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates WHAT A PERFECT HERM/BOV; CALL OPHELIA AND LET'S ON A PICNU \ / we DIDN'T HAVE / CRAZY WEATHER V LIKETHIS BEFORE V PENICILLIN! W £-•26 DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney you said ft! ...but why? "NO ROOM TO SWING A CAT" Cramped quarters. One authority says that this originates with the old sport of swinging a cat by the tail, but it probably stems from a sailor's abbreviation for the "cat o' nine tails," 9 type of whip, at, -•*• «: iffi:%:::S:i:;i:i:i^Si:i:i::$i:S:*S:^^ BIG BEN BOLT By John Cullen Murphy KNOW YOU H4D / HAP FOLKS HE« , ANDY. SEE YOU NEXT ANl?Y VISItlN'tfAY HOP IS). 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Where Did Humming Birds Originate? Sometimes we hear about strange and interesting creatures that are found far off in exotic lands. Well, one of the most remarkable creatures of all is found right here — a native of North and South America. This is the hummingbird, the smallest and most brilliant of birds. There are about 500 different kinds of hummingbirds in South America and 16 species in western North America. The only hummingbird found east of the Mississippi River is the ruby- throated hummingbird. The hummingbird gets its name from the humming sound made by the vibrating wings. A Hummingbird doesn't fly the way other birds do. Its wings move so rapidly that they cannot be seen clearly by the eye, so that when you look at a hummingbird hovering over a flower it seems to be suspended in mid-air as if by magic! A hummingbird has a long tongue which can be folded lengthwise to form a sucking lube. It sticks this tongue into flowers and sucks up the nectar, somewhat the way butterflies do. It eats spiders and insects it finds on plants and sometimes it captures them on the wing! The bill of the hummingbird varies with the species. In some cases, the slender bill is shorter than the rest of the head, as with most birds. But some hummingbirds have a bill that is actually longer than the rest of the body. One kind, the sicklebill hummingbird has a bill that curves dowo- kanl like a hook. The ruby-throated hummingbird, which is found in the eastern part of the United States, is only about throe and a half inches Tree of Life 637 Discover the joy of crewel em- >roidery—do this panel in wool jr 6-strand cotton. Crewel embroidery—so popular io\v! Simple stitches, authentic design. Pattern 637: transfer )anel 16x20-inch; color chart; dl- •cctions. Thlrty-fivo cents In coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for >ach pattern for first-class mating and special handling. 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