Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1961 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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ALTON TEJBftAPH WS "WDf BOfJf JUDD SAXON By K«n Bald and Jerry Bronfleld ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamrtn THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson Scruggs itt/rtuw TO«THOC OMW owe CATTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner I W*TK lOCO-iVOR I01»E IS A _ BUT m.6W6 YOU* SOW VOUWW PUHJO MOW VP^ OM TV TWKT..OR iru MAKE 72 OWWtl luuse 5OLDI 15 THAT A STOP ITMAVBEWNPY FOR MS FLYIUS WWM WOW U57AugJOHI50t£> 1 AMD THEM TO _ .MI6YEOMWUMO/. ME GOT W TH 1 FORCE/ LANOIB' STRIP USEO OURtt/ L0», •* A CITY" 5PRH&5 UP H NEAR SAM AMTONK). IU DRIVE vou gym THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith VA *NON RSOL Ntxi WEVZE. ALL THE TWA,T RIVETS By George Stxta THE BERRYS By Carl Grubert WELL AT LEAST SHOWERS WILL BRING MAY FLOWERS/ APRIL) 3RINGJ i/Jr^ ALSO THE MONTH AND FANTASY/ WHEN EVEN THE DULLEST MINDS MAKE SOME VERY p-rCLEVER DEDUCTIONS/ HENRY By Carl Anderson OCR BOARDING HOUSE With MAJOR HOOPLE ! OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams i v # H6 ALV.N.I HAVE HALP A MIND TOX T S^S^ D^fJ? CMASTIS& VZ3U POR TAKING. J X HWe. WHEN PINtCV SErRARO^TME V*3P?LCfS PASTES, „ «iu-i = A-T TORTO»fiE,10SCHOOL.'— SUPPOSE-// JSIK: iKm .,,,,. A<= HE HAD «UM AVJAV OfJ THlS,TH&/( TStlsE^f.PJ*** ^ CHAMPIOHSHIP* >A HSHOe»AlKMAP6-MOTPOgM m Cvt'^iT^.li HBY, KIPg/ JOIN OUR TBN- MILB ..HIKE FO» PUfsl AND BXBRClSg FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser V5M£WE,I K4/E *" PNAUV fOUMP MY NICHE IN MFE-^1 HAVE INVENTED A NEW -Junior Editors Quiz on- EARTH SCIENCE RRST—TURN OFPTME MUS(C,so we CAN DevoTer OUR. UMDIVIOED ATTEMTtOMTb TM6 CHARTS AMO BLUEPRINTS/ DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney UNCA CONALD, I JUST A MAM Vttf? ^—x. AT^ PUCK ALVVAVd SAYS,' t^ 3 UNCA DONALP- WHAT A COLO Okr£>itauk True Life Adventures KINDLV CROWS CROW MAKfcS IT TO , X HOL.LOW TK»». HE 16 HVUVUBS^, "BUT V4 _ FOSZ. Hie FK)BNt7<9 WATfiiW AWP^ , I ' / »-Os \ 1 RIBS By Frank O'Neal SHOU«H TO i-SIAVS Mie HAVRH, QUESTION: How did th« Tropic* o/ Conc«r and Capnoorn get Wt J> name*? • • • ANSWER; Th« Tropic of Cwotr it an imajlntr? Mm around the glob*. It marks the northern boundary of the tropical sow. The line passes through Mexico, northern Africa, north*!* India and southern China. The tropic of Capricorn also is an imaginary line which circles the globe, at the southern boundary of the tropical zone, it passes through South America, the southern part of Africa and Australia. Cancer (which meana crab) and Capricorn (which means goat) were the ancient Greek names for two groupa of stars. At the time the Tropic of Cancer was named, U was directly beneath the atlra calM Cancer. When the Tropic of Capricorn waa namad. It lay directly under the group of start named Capricorn. • • • POi VOU to M: Study your map «r flobe and aat *MOa* you ew trace the Trepica of Cancer and Capricorn. • » • (Carol Ana U OiMonw of Clifum. N. J., wins 110 for *ia WMttan. Mall yours u>vt«l»i Moore Hlgalns.APNewafeaturet, to ear»of thit newspaper, if duplicate (MatioM aw received. Mn. rttiUna will atlaet the winner.) 4,11 >WUl* Babies can be cool this Bummer—dress them in these iult«. Be thrifty-use remnants. Seersucker, nylon, light cotton are good fabrics. Pattern 842: transfer: pattern six month, one year. 18 month babies; directions. Slate size. Send 85 cent* (coins) lor this pattern—add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to lAora Wheeler, care of Alton Telegraph, 66. Needleeraft Dept.. P.O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New Yorlc U, N. Y- Prlnt plainly Pattfrn Number, Name and Address. JUST OFF THE PRESS! Send now for our exciting, ncv» 1961 Needlecraft Catalog. Over 125 designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quiJl, weave—fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. Plus free- instructions for six smart veil caps. Hurry, send 25 cents now! SuccessSeparates PRINTED PATTERN 4587 12-20 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Newesl under the sun! Easy. | unwaisted tunic tops slini-jlm I pants the relaxed, casual look !is summer's favorite! Choose gay, clash-contrast cottons. Printed Pattern 4587: Misses' Sizes VI, R 16, 18, 20. Size 16 tunic top takes l a * yards 35- inch; pants take 2'a yards. Send 35 centu in coin* for thin pattern—mid 10 cento for each pattern fur first-claw amlllng- Send to Anne Alarm, care of Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 348 W. 17th St., New Vork 11, N. V. Print p'uinly Name, Addrew, give, 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 cents now! H* who hesitates loses the parking space. ®NEA© PttlCK ON 84BWT 141? WWDON - Scarcp supplies of rabbit have seat price* sttarUu on the yndan nj^ksi to a price above that of iamb, to tart, the price of rabbit pie on occasions mm above that of a br«ce of Dh«aja/nt«. The rabbit situation is IP tl « haavy loaf of Am»- rabba (ram nyxwaaloci*. Tbj domestic rabteil industry is f by* h** aot y»t caught up wiQi 4an«ad.

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