Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1961 · Page 14
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April 8, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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ALTON EVENING TBUBQIUPH •ATUHCAY, APRIL «,IWL /(crone Rug* W*4t Jotni OafflMi MFurptij 1 By ton HM By V, I, Hwnllti ALLEY OOP By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronffeld ItJDD SAXON m i^sfc* r«w^B^H^^s» DO 3» ISSION TE > DtlAY TOO IONS/ By George Slxta By Wilson Scruggs THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE «(S TMB »&KMD AND TUB OKI WBW AND STBBL CHECK TW aner HILARY AKCCM~ ITMUST BE WOW BU3MO AMD MD*N> By Carl Orubert THE BERRYS By Leslie Turner JACKIE. OPEN THE DOOR/ KNOW WHICH MEANT.' <smrrrw«T!«poc«aJ»»TWc«corrio _ _ ®THE SPEAKER M THE ATTIC, AND THE WtlRP • ALERT WR A MOMBTCW GARBAGE AND OUTTODAY/jr PETER, TRASH IWTON TOSCARB I VOU-H6V.WAT5 SHREK* AMP QgQAW START _. DISTRACTION UAPfr AT THE STARTLED ROHASKA TURNS TOISWE, 8E6WJT5 TUB ATTIC DOOR WITH H&FOOT THATUPTW5RE? 4542 SIZES By Carl Anderson By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith NCXJR DCS KEPT ME AWAKE ALL. NIGHT WITH HIS THE SMITH FAMILY B/XCK HE. TUG. By Merrill Blosser FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS r Junior Editors Quiz on SALT I RK5HT UP THERE By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE ANDSON, PRIVATE OFFICB AND SECRETARY/ TOO EARLV.' \ / HE Pit? JEST VOU SHOOLP 1 I RI&KT, CUKLV-- 0-DON6 THET \ I HE &HOWEPME LAST/ BUT MO, \ \ TH' MECKTIES VOU'P 'A 8EEW 1 / THIS MAWWIM'- »ROKE--LE'& Lll 6>T HIVMW SEE, WMOT r~^, TH' CAR SHOULD ^Uri / HEVPO4E / I'M REAPV THIS WE, SOV*, ALL. «EAD . GOT VV PONE &ARLY. BACK YARD / WOW/I CAM OL&OPCVRANiO WELL. I VKes/ pork ear j> DID VOU llHE R&jeNEpeSTT 1 FDRCHAMa- JUST KEEP UPVOUfc GRAPES AT sa^oOL, AND NOW DAD/. S10«3/ 6OES CYRANO Save money, arid enjoy a fa«- cinatmg hobby — rug-making! Use these styles in hall, any room. Turn scraps into colorful area rugs — choose modern. Early American, braided, woven tufted appllqued, pieced. Pattern 977: charts; pattern for 9 rugs. Send 85 cents (coins) for this pattern—add 10 cento for each pattern for first-clans mailing. Send to iJiura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 86. NeedlecraH I>ept.. P.O. Box 181, Old Chelsea Station, New York il, N. Y. Print plainly Pattern Number. Name, and Address. JUST OFF THE PRESS! Send now for our exciting, new 1961 Needleoraft 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 caps. Hurry, send 25 cents now! nnn To Size 45 PRINTED PATTERN DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney f ii 'HUH/V. *| ^WHAT?.y 2« HELLO? HUH? THAT M«»NT MK. SCKOOSE MCDUCK, THAT WA& OONAU? PUCK.'. OH, OXA>7 I'LL TEU. HIM.' i I i ITS OK'A>; UtJCA DONALPU THE BANK JUST WANTED UNEA eCKOO&B TO KNOVV. 7-A aUSHT OVERDRAFT CV" HVC MILLION DOLLARS I SHOKT BIBS By Prank O'Neal D1GNVTV of A PUANET -fo True Life Adventures OUNQL.B WARPAWi &31ON8 AX» )>46TlMCTMi uo TH« UBT cn* 8BVBKM. TO 6FWHC* -TH» oi» WILDBBIMFfli VAMOTMWC utoNmaa QCBSI7QK Why 1u mlt used to nwtt Joo on waife? ANSWBI: HHtorfN«MM at 32 degtMs. hw Mlt In It. (iia f rMalnc point is less than that. For Instance, «e« water—which naturally has salt in It—doesn't freeze until ftt temperature is 27 degrees or leas. The more salt there is to the water, the lower its freezing point When you spread salt en ice, it mixes with the toe and forms what is really salty water. All liquids have a point at which they will freeze. This freezing point la always the same under ordinary circumstances. Mercury freezes at 39 degrees below aero, and for mis reason it is used In thermometers since most regions do not have temperatures that drop below that mark. Alcohol freezes at 202 degrees below zero and is put in automobile radiators as an antifreeze. Salt is also used along with water in home freezers for making ioa cream The girl IB this drawing is taking k» cream from euch a container. Be smartly at ease this summer in this slimming, one-piece playsuit. Smoothly zips up the back, has built-up neckline to conceal bra. Easy to sew in crisp cotton checks or plaid. Printed Pattern 454^: Women's ; Sizes 36. 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 takes '2\a yards 45-inch. Send 96 cents in coins for this pattern—add to cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, m, Pattern Dept., 243 W. 17th St., New York 11, N. ¥. Print plainly Name, Addreag, Size, Style Number. Announcing the biggest fash* ion show of spring-summer, 1961 —pages, pages, pages of patterns in our new Color Catalog —just out! Hurry, send 35 cents now! • • e FWT1WT tO DO: Get two osbe* of toe ID two •Ht on eaa, MS which melts fastest. * * • (HMroB Avetto of St Catharines, Ontario, wins ftO for Oat Question. Mail your questtoi on a postcard to Violet Moor* Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, la care of this newspaper. If dupj*. eats question* are received, Mrs. Higgins wiil tab* the Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily One advantage of learning by experience is that you get individual instruction. ©N£A<S> SANTIAGO, Chile - Students of the University of Chile adopted quake-stricken village and spent their vacation in relict work. They plan to build 100 emergency housing units for the k/imalacc SYDNEY - Australia's South Wales rower mrnmission ^ g asked bids for construction «ad installation ot two t "14'H r >ftfl iinit^t lo the Valss Point "tffl^vi QO Lake Macquute. The work will cot* W upon,

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