Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 32
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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:f" Al/fON Ofetg -KERRY DRAKE By Alfred Andriola OOURTSHPMUSt HAVE BEEN ABOUT A8 WARM AS A MONSO UAN WtNTH?/ AS MRS. FERfKXC* 5!AlCi HER PEOPLE BELIEVE IN HfDtfN* THEIR STRONG EMOTIONS/ GORDON By Dan Barry MXTRE MAP, MclOOT/ THE WHOtE WCRtP.WVS WATCHIN* ON TV/ YOU BRIMS THIS TOVIE- . NO CRIME.'ACCIDENTS wu OUST rau. OFF AION& THE WAY... 'JOHNNY HAZARD By Frank Bobbins OUr OF THE »| EEF YOU SUffB? FROMXd: CCOT UNIN&* 36NORE W/» UNINS TORN BX THE CRASHw EAStE.' WE AlUS'TAKE <AN1? JEWELRY BACK WEETH OS« ANP TURN THEM OVER TO THE AUTHORITIES.' 1THE SMITH'FAMILY. By Mr. and, Mrs. George Smith _V ^zs&iasesasaattuz •SIR BAGBY By R. and B. Hackney CAN yOU 1 RRSTI 1 HHJ>6K6By? 7 MUST ' SAIN HIS CONRDENCE. X MAKE A MOVE- UND Hft /MAKES VUN. PSVCHIATRy IS UKE A GAME. IF I PLAV RISHTI VIN HIS CONFIDENCE. JUST UE DOWN THERE ON THE COUCH AND TELL/ME ABOUT IT HE SAYS PSyCHIATRV ISA CONFIDENCE GAME. WHATB HE SAVINS YOU DONT UNDERSTAND/ NOPODX EPPER UNDERSTANDS/ •PROFESSOR PHUMBLE By Bill Yates OKAVJ LIZZIE., COME WITH MEANP WE'LL GET you OUTFITTED INVOUR SOMEHOW IT'S* JUST NOT THE REAL ME! : DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney you said ft! ...but why? TOJ MID THAT W *COUH£ M-1HI8 M't LlDTUB EVE 980 a&anaatt" BIVETS By George Sixta Hey, MOM/ DONT LET THIS <36T ABOUND- BUT GR&MPS FOA0OT 70 PUTADOOBINTHB new 000 HOUSE! THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert _ WELI— WEHAVEKlV ARGUED FOR OVER A WEEK SO HOW ARE THINGS AT YOUR HOUSE NOW? 'r DONT KNOW- IN THE LAST ARGUMENT: I 'PROVED MY POINT SQ CONCLUSIVELY MV WIFE HASNT SPOKEN TO ME SINCE/1 Create a rainbow effect—us* j brilliant scraps for this sottt warm, wonderful afghan. Jiffy-knit of 4-inch strips— mainly stockinette with drop- stitch forming leaf design.' Pattern 980: knitting directions; color schemes. Thirty-five cents In ooliw for this pattern - add 15 cents for each pattern for Hrst-olnss mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 68, Necdlecralt Dept., P. o. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, Address and Zone. Newest rage—smocked accessories plus 208 exciting needte- craft designs in our new 1963 Needlecraft Catalog — just out! Fashions, furnishings to crochet,, knit, sew, weave, embroider,' quilt. Plus free pattern. . Send 25 cents now. v , • Love That Casual! PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson TRUDY C Kb* HMM MM* ke, I9H3. Wot) *9*-' 'tt Zcll "... Then he broke the'vase in the foyer, marked up-th? living-room walls with crayons — Ted, are you listening to me?!" True Life Adventures "LEARNED IT BY HEART' The ancient Greeks, hgying little knowfadgt of the human anatomy, thought that the heart waf the basis or seat of the mind, $o that when g per» son memorized anything thoroughly, he was solo to have LEARNED IT W MART, »t*f« v »fM»r*w ^*ta* i »f-"»Vvf**«**r/J . ^^ - ^ _____ MARSH WRENS' NESTS HASkS ROTO-OKNli/ ON - --- BUT WlNTfeK TENANTS ARE By A. LEOKUM What Are Sprains, Strains, and'Bruises? Win the Britannica Junior 15- volume encyclopedia for school and home. Send your questions, name, age, address to "Tell Me Why?" care of this paper. In case of duplicate questions, the author will decide the winner. Today's winner is: Barbara Burrows, 12, Elba, N.Y. If you were to play in a rough football game or get into a fight, you might emerge with sprains; strains, and bruises. What causes them, and what should be done about them? A .sprain is an injury to a joint, such as the ankle, knee, or wrist, In a sprain,.toe ligaments are stretched or torn. This' is usually caused by stretching, twisting, or pressure 5 at the 'joint. The symptoms of a sprain are swelling over the joint, whicfi 'appears' very quickly, You also can't.use the joint without increasing pain, and it may'look discolored. Since •• a sprain may also be a fracture, 1 it shouldn't be ujed until ifhas been properly examined, Sometimes it takes longer for a sprain to heal than a simple break in a-bonet A strain is a different kind of in jury. In a strain it'is the muscle or tendon Jtjiat is injured. T h i tf usually cornet) from some'severp exertion, sijcH aj lifting,--a Jieavy object from an awkward posityqn, The symptomjs of a strain are stiffness and pain in the part that is "affected. The,-first- thing,to fa for a'person who has received'a strain is to make him Comfortably so that the'injured muskeg are relaxed. In so,me ,qases, heat application and gentle massage w)U proyjd,| soij|e |f}jel £y .stbljulajb. the aUfcted part ip an »pwa>d direction. Cubbing' alcohol may help in the gentle "Jposen ujp'^tfee tj pJoH j ' i M ' * i**^" "A bruise is>tiH another Wnd o( injury, It is caused by a blow tg eome part of tiie body whjch 1 --?aK| the «naW bteod vess«lf \tan the tiwu?8, it causes may,;help to prevent .discoloration, reduce the, swelling, and relieve pain; But usually no treatment 1 is needed for minor bruises. If the skin is broken, a bruise should be treated as any.other open wound. Maybe the best -idea, of all is simply to be careful -.'When', you play or exercise so that you can avoid sprains, strains,, and bruis- 6S! -' 1 . FWTWME; , The Riddle Box • • l.'.What is the ugliegt', hood ever worn? 2. Why does a' white horse never pay; a toll? 3.- What 'tree; is of the, greatest importance in history?. ' Answer: 1. Falsehood.' 2, -B& cause his'master pays'it'. 3.'The date. ^ i WORD PUZZLE MYAMBJT/OM Can you change the first word ''Left"'to the-last word'"Rose 1 ' in 4 moyes? Change, one letter in tne-jyrord with *adi,move.'Sse tp. DITQ.W'!'. paper for the ^swer, ' Win the Britaptfca World' At' las piiYearbook of Events,, Send your piddles, jokes to"; Riddles', Jokes,', 1 Well Me WhyK-' Today's •vinnef t Js; Helen .Caveny, East • Syracuse, HAD' Uplift, QNB I^IJOMA CITY ». Pavls, 77, Is a living ent ^?r oar seajt be|ta, , He was making a turn recently ftefl.the steering .mecJwnjsm of ?!s jcar^went- out of conlrol, Tbj ed Ui*a telephone pffle ,-|ypMd. tlirpugh/.MTOt firaBhed to the grwjid Vn, 1 ! ^ : - - :.r ; U jy injury he Buttered wa| ft .bujmj M ,th| head w ap- tljy -wljppf'hr reused the belt, popping Wm onto the ' 4889 SIZES 12-20 Fresh, fresh, fresh—nothing Ilk? a 1 shirtwaist to 'perk up everything! Slip into It early, go ay day—make it all 'one or with contrast. . Printed , Pattern 4889: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40., Size 16 requires .*3% , yards 35-Inch fabric. . \ i Fifty cents In coin* (or this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and tpoclai handling, Send 'to Anne'Adamsj carrot Alton .Tele* graph, 177, Pattern Dopt., 343 W. 17th St v N,ew Yorkjll, N. Y, Print plainly Name, Address. Zone, Stye, and Style Number. ' • ' PATTERN FREE! Ma41 coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern ' Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. PULCIM1SH COMEBACK ' HINDMAN, Ky."(/P) - J.ethro Amburgey, who has 'been turn? Ing out dulcimers!, for 47 'years.; thinks, curiosity has a, lot to do' with .reviving; interest in,'the "I'tn selling more'dulcimers now-than I ever thought of-sell' ing^everal'years ago." said the retted teacher and ^health' d* partment worker.'- ''•• •"• \

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