Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 11, 1961 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 11, 1961
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ALTON KVENCVO TEUCOKAPM By tot flM «ft?D0 SAXON By Ken Bald and Jerry Bronfteld /W. IP NO WCO6NI/E3 TW9 fltKSMT, WM« DOB WHAT ms—ANPWHWE IT COMES FROM? BIO Bfif B01T By JoiHi dun|ii TULSDA Y, AWUL lit liwl •^•^•^^^•^•^•^^•^••^^^^MsiMsiMMNN Jiffy Halter ALLEY OOP By V, T, Hftmttn THE STORY OP MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs RIVETS By George Sixta MAO MOCy,**) MttU.' IT *«*? UYIMfl ATOOMP SO I SPENT IT/ DO THATfe AAOR6 UK6 IT/ KNOCK AND YOU GET IN,' CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner WHEN JIM DlCKEV KI6SEP UP THEM GHOSTLY 50UNO EFFECT'S, HE NEVER. DREAMED THEY'D HELP U* CffCH H» OWN MUKPERSR! GOOV WORK., W£U HWE R0HASKA BEWKJD BM» BEFORE GET WORD E5CAPECH BUTWEFOUWDWO \VE&,8UT-WWT! IP SiC-W OF FKE5H Pli53lW\HE MURPESTED PICKEV, ANYWHEKE NEAR THI$y HE WAS . HOUSE, EASY! TOO BAD TH 1 COOT* HADN'T GOT HIS LOOT NWBEP IT WUST IE tUK 5HKIW HE PCKEP UP THIS GAROEW Ttf ATTIC NO POU5T TO DI6 HOUP UP HERB WHEW THE PUM6KAL WAS HELP/ 1 by Nt«. b» IX- lUt "•». '«. OH. THE BERRYS By Carl Grtibert ALL RIGHT, PETER.- YOU MAY GO NOW/ THATfe ABOUT WHAT I LIKE VOU, DEAB.-. YOU RE ALWAYS WILLING TO LISTEN TO ANY REASONABLE KEQUEST/ SO I ASKED FOR ONE NIGHT OUT A WEEK 872 ' Varied flowers lend colorful 'touch to this jtffy-wrap halter Ihnt tops shorts, slacks, skirts. Little yardage-use remnants. | Pattern 572: pattern pieces; | transfer of embroidery: missel ;ai/es small 10-12; medium 14-16; large 18-20 included; directions. Send 85 cents (coins) for thl» '• pattern—mid 10 cents for each ; pattern for first-oliiM mailing. Send to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 66. Needlecraft Dept.. P.O. Bos 161, Old Chelsea : Station, New Vork 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Number, Name and Addrens. .TUST OFF THE PRESS! Send now for our exciting, nesv 1961 Needlecraft Catalog. Over i 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. Pius free- instructions for six smart veil caps. Hurry, send 25 cents now! Easy V Breezy PRINTED PATTERN HENRY THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith CV4A55.1TV A MULT \TliOE Of- fht g-Pfpc UtftfjTr R9e VAVCT NtXi VW/E MNP <3\VE ^V«/\TW AvN •* HEART. By Carl Anderson FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE I OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams •ours A Mtswry PiMETuen.e, M15TAH /MA30R/ISVOO TO (?UM WiM IN tM' TURTLE RACE COMlfJ' UP ATfH' f AlK- <Sl?OOMD5 OK IS VOU EMTER HIM IM SOUP? SAV?-~ glG , E ?-«-• SMALL \MOMDEfi TH«tC£ WONi THE 6PAND PI?! 1 /.. VJEAI?iM<2. THE SILKS OP THE BASHAW OF /—* MATTER FACT.T. 3UST EU.,fHE LAST PART 'ij i/ OM, HIM?'WEU.,THIS IS JUf A UMITEP WATIOW6 COMS' MITTEeMEETIMC'AKJPlN OF PISArfSREEMeNT WE WEEOATHIRPMEM- TO CAST TH' *^-, PECIPIW<& VOTE. WELL, VOU RE fiOIWe TO WEEP ANOTHER COMMITTEE TO PECIPE WHICH ONE OF SOU GETS TO 4HI Wt »• MA tM V.M •• U* »M TH8 WORKV WABtT AMAZED AT THE MANV LMNS- Ofc- O3N- PfWPOPSWWAP WATfeR./ LARD.SMT7H6 RETURMINS- P20M MURDOCHS SWAMP WTTH A POTTLE Or STASNAMT r-Junior Editors Quiz on- DICTIONARIES IlOSTTMEBOTTLH WMEN I O/Eft T& I LOST wy BALAMce AT TWE SAME TIME/ 4753 SIZES 12-20 DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney True Life Adventures >MA.LUE6T Cff- MAMMALS, 8HRBWS XKB TMR MOST A<2T)VC, PAV ANP V4XSHT/ A>4P» RUMMER. THBV UVS TO SHORT BIBS By Frank O'Neal QUESTION: Who compiled thejirtt dictionary? * * • • ANSWEl! Noah Webber published the flnt American dto» nonary in 182i. Bwi dictionarie* were known long before that The first one was written by the Assyrians more than 3,800 years ago. The Arabians, Greeks and Romans wrote dictionaries, but they put in them only unuAial or difficult words. During the Middle Ages people compiled letloons. A laxJwn is a dictionary which gives the translated meanings of foreign words. The first attempt to catalog all the common words of the English language was made by Nathan Bailey in 1731. In 1755 Samuel Johnson published a dictionary which amazed people of the time with Its accuracy and completeness. Johnson also was the first person to use quotations to illustrate the meaning of words, a common practice in the large dictionaries of today. • • • fOI YOU TO DO: Ask your parents to give you a dictionary and then keep it near the place where you usually read, so you, can look up words you don't understand. • « * QUICK-CUT, swift-to-sew-and divine for a simmering summer day! You'll love the square-cut neck, breezy motion of the skirt ; as you go from house to garden, from work to vacation. Printed Pattern 4753: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18. 20: 40. Size Ifi takes 4 3 s yards 35-inch. Send 90 cents In coins for this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern (or (Irnt-olass mailing. Send to Anne Adams, eare of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 348 W. 17th St., New York II. N. V. Print plainly Name. AddrevN, Size, Style Number. Announcing the biggest fashion show of spring-summer, 1961 --pages, pages, pages of patterns in our new Color Catalog —Just out! Hurry, send 35 cent* now! Architects cover their mistakes with ivy. Wives generally use mayonnaise. (Donna Berryfield of Akron, Ohio, wins $!0 for this Mall your question OB a post card to Violet Moore Higglns, Af Newafeatures, ia caw of this newspaper, if duplicate •ft uteri** Mrs. HUtfof wiU g*la« to winner.) Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Urge 80»to Hobby COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Insurance nwa H»b»rt C. Behnke tato« a larg^«*I« approach to his bobby ot moAil railroading. Behnke has built a Impound, 45rtoch-long scale model of an a-styU locomotive. It will pull four grown men. YOU1*3S?OW>I, Ohio (AP) - CunUwctor Erie Bucheit, sppre- r i a I i v e of cooperatioji (roni uungters during coostryctioji at Roosev«U $t**x>l. e»pi'«ss«« his thanks ia a peetiCil way. He bough! ice cceam tor everyone : the school. i it

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