Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 35
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April 6, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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Tttat«r*six ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, APWL 8,1W1 AflAM AMK8 By LM fhn jtinn SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry BronflHd AU-BSHT, MR. 8AUARP, IU5BK IF i CAN »otP UP THE SM£ OP WE TOU PROBABLY OCUCNT _. ftAMMS IT CUTE, CARRdL. TMWT5 •WY HE ctpNT frseserr THE CDHTRACT TOPAY. BIO Bfiff BOLf By Join OkwRi ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hftffllln THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs HKAK TN6 SCBSPAMT, I WWT TO TWCI MYSR.F IM/ I'VE WUED A M*M/ LAT&t.* DID VOO CHECK WITH TUB CCNTEKVILI.? RXICC?0(D THCV RNO TOM BODY? > AMP IT SAY* ff WH.L Stiff >OU ASSAULT AND MTTKKV r KDO SO K*OC TO CPMTEKW.U? RIVETS By George Sixta ..66TTIWO HIM .TPAIKJ6P -. £& 1& ^S» -AFTER THAT. EVERY MAN) FOR HIMSELF CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert <XKt~l GOT «WTlW*rr, PALI NOW (SET DOWN THOSE STAIR* „*» TW MOTWr RJMMYl HOW COMB MTU M OU> MAM HOUSB WWLE 1«* IN OM.CAPTKM EASY! TKOV JUSTWKW5PN WSHFMWTB COMFORTABLE All I fttt r*Mn»4 ,••»* ^°f >"*, t, ' t,'*) rw r ^ ^ "It's handmade—by me"! are words you'll proudly say to all who compliment your choice i of this striking crocheted hex- ! Quickly memorized, hexagon j can be made in two sizes, in j string. Pattern 969: crochet dl- j reel ions for 4- and T'a-lnch hexa- jgon. j Send 35 cents (coins) for thU j pattern—add 10 cent» lor each I pattern for first-class mailing;. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph,,«fl, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 16t, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name, and Address. JUST OFF THF: PRESS: Send now for our exciting, new 1961 Necdlecraft Catalog. Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew embroider, quilt, weave-fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. Plus free: instructions for six smart veil 1 caps. Hurry, send 25 cents now'. iAll-Day Flattery \ PRINTED PATTERN HENRY By Carl Anderson THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith j HOW COME V&O IH TW Gro*s» UU9*- Jt**. >cf, t HW? PWK ore.. Ntxi ) t^S. HOT ^V-U3WeP IN -* •scvoou 't/rra P\HK ere. WUATf V=> P\NV«. WOW CQNVE ,,„&& £3 •"iSa^M-. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams 0REATHEt>BEPLVANO AR E COMPLCTELY UNDER A*i AMD WILL BELIEVE —TM& BOOMERANG THAT STRUCK YOU DID IMPAIR VOUR VOICE.' WMEM YOU WAKE OF? YOU WAlTAMIWUTE-ITiS ~T WEITHEK VMOULP1, "CAUSS IF MB HARP TO TBLL WHETHER ] IS, MV COWSCIEWC.E WON'T LET HE'S srupyiw* OR joerr / MB ENJOV THE MOVIE/ TAKING A SNOOZE/ I S GO~l AIN'T SURE HE'S WOULPNT \WAKJTTDASK \ W AMP I ALSOAIWT ENOU6H HIMTO<SOTDTHE5HOW OFAOAMPLl WHAT I TURKjer>-our Ol THE LATHE HERE/ IT IN/AND — I r-Junior Editors Quiz on— SIGNALS DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney 1 VV5 QO Kl&HT TO &~Z>, WILL VOU WEAD US (THAkTSADeAL.' >n / ANP THE fVZST SA'P-'T WILL" AND THE S=CO\EP ^LINiNX SA *! WILL," AND TWC... j "7" 'THEN THE...HO-MOM.-;\ Fll?ST 3UNNV I HlPPETV-HOf? ANP THE SECONO '8UNNV WENT.. HOHUM.' •N r - ^ /OU'P BETTER TAKB TL ELBCTRIC NEXT/ True Life Adventures 4698 SIZES 14^-2414 QUESTION; W7\y are the Stars andStrtpet sometimes flown upsidt dowh? * * * NOT AS ON MAXWS MI6 BUd <5OUe*H UUMcfOI THPN M» . MB SUOKT RIBS By Prank O'Neal rSMtalmtb ANSWER: There are right ways and wrong wayi to fly the American flag. We would hardly ever display the fla/wlth the field of Blue and stars down, as we see in this drawing. But in extraordinary situations, this can be done. When the flag is up. side down, it is a distress signal. This is a call for help that would be understood by anyone seeing the flag. These boys are using the flag in such a way to attract the attention of a ship off-shore. They have been stranded on a deserted Island, and are in distress. So, in this case, it i» proper (or them to put tb* dig upside down. • *e FOR VOU IP DO: Learn nor* about the use of other flaa • la signaling- and also become acquainted with the proper display of the Amtrtau flag. • * • (Janet Stum, of Nutley. N»$lOforthl» question. Mill your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP News- features, to oare olthu naw«p*per. if duplicate quettiooa art received, Mrs HltfiM will 3&* the winner). v ""~~ 44 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ; The soft-skirted shirtdress— styled to fit and flatter short, fuller figures! t'ront tuoks add I the right touch of softness to its unruffled good looks, i Printed Pattern 4698:- Half Sizes 14H. 16H. 18Vi, 20^, 22^, 24'/i. Size 16% require* 4ft yards 35-inch fabric. Send 50 cent* in coins for this pattern—add 10 cento for each pattern for first-clam mailing. Bend to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept,, 248 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Name, Address, glxe, Style Number. Announcing the biggest. fashion show of spring-summer, 1961 —pages, pages, pages of pattern* In our new Color Catalog -just out! Hurry, send 35 cents now! v The only way some people have anything left at the end of the month is to forget to pay a bill. i£T NEW YORK <#> - Producer Pavid Merrick it> adding another musical to his 1961-62 schedule, "The Girt from Martinique," with music by Raymond Scott. The show is being written by Will Glickman. previously represented on Broadway by "Plain •W) Fancy" and "Mr. Wonder- ftjl." Tte tyrid) are to bf by Bernard HuiifcNi, who bttidled the akow lur "Uiig long.- -

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