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HEY THERE, KIDS! PAINT EASTER EGGS LIKE
YOUR OLD COMIC FRIENDS!
Here you are, kids! All of your old
friends celebrating Eastertide. Here's
Ev. True looking cross and almost
ready to have an outburst and break
right through his shell. Here's the
bear with a grin so wide it may meet
in the back and divide his face right
in two. You've heard of Easter bun
nies, but where did you ever hear of
an Easter bear before?
Now get busy, kids and see how
much like your old friends you can
make your Easter eggs!
Dcngtfor hat bmnJ
1. Tint the entire egg pink.
2. Cut hat brims for the Ev True and Tom Duff eggs out of cardboard,
allowing enough space in the center of the brims so they will fit over the!
tops of the eggs. Paint the brims black.
3. Rub the back of the paper on which the faces are printed with a
soft pencil to make a sort of carbon paper, then trace the features on eggs.
4. Paint the features on the eggs with ink.
The 554 people out of every 1,000
in Switzerland who save money must
be compared with a meager 108 in
Wealthiest town in the U. S. in pro
portion to population is Hyannis,
Neb., where bank deposits average
. v i .Sl.43g.73 per capita
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