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

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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ALTON WDUWRAPH ADAM JtTOD SAXON By Ren BtM tt$ tetry THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs OF ALL TWK AMD PIACW t» STALL AMD ROOD TW- srvm.es, rmu rmnttfs twrrv* At.. • on i> •«. t> TJL •• M. M. «• CAPTALN EASY By Leslie Tamer lH)WEWOU»t KRTNAT\ _^. HOUS6.EMV. BJTIOMT ^RESIST A TRADE. IU 5WW" *» 40 ACRE5 OF fME LAMP FOR m WLLlJrTOLETlTaOBECAltfBW , __ TRACT MAKE* A JOS M TtT FBICB /^JS$g 800TTANP VWVSSOT ADBAL RIVETS By George Sixta fUPlXITSOTHBy WONTLEAVeMBAT HOME WM6NTHEYTAKE THESE AUrDAY DRIVES/ THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ( WP\00. V LOOK "^ GOOD? ^ UOOKEP MJ. OVQR IT V/A<b ON MY, HONEY. SWEETEST GIRL IN THE WHOLE T WORLD/ VOJ HAVE EYES f AND A LIKE DIAMONDS I HEART . TEETH LIKE rf OF GOLD/ PEARLS. AMD YOU CAN GO TO OPENING BASEBALL HENRY By Carl Anderson OUR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams LISTEN, too MEATHEAO, IP x > FlMD THAT TURTLE OP^OORSy PLAVlMe ESTHER WIUJXXMS IN f*& ./ 3 *AACHlt4E A6A\Ni,X'U. SET JTOfsi FULL, ) CYCLE TILL ALLYOlM? 5Hl«?T5 HASBT&enDiae «5HeLL- x X ..--- . HMTbAWiM ,--?=— t= — lv>iMi«-0mouMv>—-. i mimy^& THXT 6Liy'5 BLUFFIW HIS WAV AS AN EX- PERI ENCEP LATHE HANP AT TOP V\4A66S AN' HIS COUSIN EP&AR PdOMlSEP TO PROP BV OFTEW AW HELP 'IM-NOW HE'S STUCK., AN 1 NO COUSIN EPAA.R/ WELL, THEY JUST CARTEP COUSIN EP&AK. OFF TOTH' HOSPITAL WITH A HEART ATTACK" I WOMPEK HOW THIS SUV'S HEART IS... VOU TELL HIM, WILL SOUf FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser ML, HAVE SOMB FUN WITH THAT DOLL—l'U_0/veA BLAST WITH MV . AUTO-WOLF-WHISTLE/ —Junior Editors Quiz on- REPTILES NO-CAN-DO, ooo./ I AM IA/WUNE Tb VIOLENCE WfW MV DOOR LOCKED ANO AAV WINPOW UP/ DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney SHORT RIBS By Frank O'Neal MV AVlOMAtlOx) PBOQCAM UA9 1PO M4NV |4Mf IK IT. £> Q^ \SI142P 7 MAVBf Ml CAN True Life Adventures SOFT SIDE ©VMSOL OP ME«C)l_EaS , MOST 6HAAK BEAK UVE V1N1 Bur THBV A»S WrTM >M9 UNIMUM. to THX w*er TWAT MOTVt TH»« " QUESTION: Do turtles mote toimda? * • • ANSWER: Turtle* »re usually quiet omtures. There have been reports of turtle* which have whistled and made other •ounds. but soientiita have not been able to verify most of them. However, they know that some kind* of turtle* make a hissing Bound when they draw their heads Into their shells- Scientists do not know whether a turtle hisses to frighten an enemy or whether it is blowing air out of the shell to make room for its head. Most of the big land turtles also make a loud bellowing noise during the mating season. * « • FOR YOU TO DO: If you ire given a small turds, read up en Its eating habits and be surt to feed it regularly. * * * (Rlotaard Anderson of dead Hope, 111., wins 110/or mis Question. Mail youreto Viols* Moore Hlgglns, AP Newsfeatures, in sirs of this newspaper, If duplicate questions are received. Mrs. mntos will stlMt tbJ winner,) 4-U Needlework that is most gratifying. It is formed of a h«a- gon that works up quickly. You will enjoy crocheting small or large articles— they last endlessly. Your family will be so proud of your skill. Pattern 966: crochet directions. Send 86 cents (coins) for tbU pattern— add 10 centa for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Canra Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Depf., P.O. Box 161, Old Chelse a Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly Pattern Norn her, Name and Address. JUST OFF THE PRESS! Send now for our exciting, new 1961 Needlecraft 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! SeiD One, Sew Both! PRINTED PATTERN 4572 9-17 Two fashion hits — one, • shapely sheath, the other grace- • fully flared with apron-effect back pleat! Sew one, sew both in sparkling pique or broadcloth with lace or eyelet frosting. Printed Pattern 4572: Junior Miss Sizes 9, 11, 13, 15, 17. See pattern for yardages. Bend 89 cent* In coins for tbl* pattern—add 10 centa for eaun pattern for flrat-claw mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 843 W. 17tn St., 1 New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Addrem, 8lse, 8tyl« Number. Announcing the biggest (ash- ion show of spring-summer, 1961 pages, pages, piges of patterns in our new Color Catalog —just out! Hurry, send 35 cents now! Basketball used to be « game where you shot the ball up at the basket. Now they throw It down through the hoop. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily OONIS, roop Mfci,BOl;KNE - The o| Au«to § <)UH»t |«r food n«0 imfeM «»4 to • OB I.

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