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Volume: #14, Issue: #13 [259]
Published: February 26, 1959, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 36, Editing: Joseph G. Schaller (editor); Victor Keuping (art director); Carl Beachum (copy editor)
Color: Full Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S., Later Standard Silver Age U.S., Later Still Standard Modern Age U.S. Paper Stock: Glossy Cover; Newsprint Interior Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page)
Featuring: Terry Brennan's Do It Yourself!
Credits: Pencils: Fran Matera (signed) | Inks: Fran Matera (signed)
Genre: Sports

Activity (1 page)
Featuring: Patty and Pete in Puzzleland
Synopsis: Four activities. Find the one out of five keys that is different from the other to open the door to Puzzleland. To see what the owner of Puzzleland looks like, plot the following points on the grid below. Follow Patty and Pete through the Puzzleland maze. To leave Puzzleland, shoot the scissors across the chasm to cut the rope holding the ladder.

Comic Story (6 pages) Track-Part I
Featuring: Terry Brennan's Do It Yourself!
Synopsis: Terry Brennan tells you everything you ever wanted to know about track. This issue looks at sprinting, long distance, hurdles and relay races.
Credits: Script: Terry Brennan (credited) | Pencils: Fran Matera (signed) | Inks: Fran Matera (signed)
Genre: Sports
Characters: Terry Brennan Billy

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Chuck White and His Friends
Synopsis: Stuart can no longer work on the Physics Club's model rockets, because basketball is taking up all his time. The coach wants the team to feed Flagpole the ball, so that he can make the shot. The other players are unhappy and they start to shun him. Flagpole accidently elbows an opposing player in the head. The other players think it was deliberate, so they stomp on his feet and pull his racoon cap off. His teammates come to his rescue and a fight breaks out on both sides. Fr. Carroll stops the game and concedes the loss. The other coach feels equally to blame and won't accept their loss.
Credits: Script: Frank Moss [as Max Pine] (credited) | Pencils: Frank Borth (signed) | Inks: Frank Borth (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Stuart (Flagpole) Boyd Chuck White Sister Rita Billy Slim Red Jones Father Carroll

Comic Story (5 pages) St. Stanislaus of Cracow
Featuring: Piercing the Iron Curtain
Synopsis: The story of St. Stanislaus, who was born to noble Polish parents in 1030. He became Bishop of Czenborg and fought with Boleslaw II, the King of Poland at the time. The King was a great warrior, but a cruel and dishonest man who stole land from The Church and would arrange to have homes pillaged, while nobles were away guarding the frontiers. Boleslaw was warned to change his way and refused. When St. Stanislaus had him excommunicated from The Church, he personally killed him.
Credits: Script: Catherine Beebe | Pencils: Paul Karch [as Karch] (signed) | Inks: Paul Karch [as Karch] (signed)
Genre: Religious
Characters: St. Stanislaus

Comic Story (6 pages) People, or...?- Part 3
Featuring: Kidnapped by a Space Ship!
Synopsis: The space travelers land on the planet. Their instruments tell them that the atmosphere is similar to earth's, so they won't need spacesuits. There are futuristic cities on the planet, but they are all deserted. The plants and trees on the planet look like they are dead and scorched. They make their way to a theater, where they see a film showing their actions from when they landed on the planet. It shows them watching the film in the theater and then going up to the roof where they see a flying saucer. They go up to the roof, where a flying saucer lands and they wonder what's inside.
Credits: Script: Frances E. Crandall (credited)
Genre: Science Fiction
Characters: Colonel Martin Jean Martin Tom Pratt Dr. Ney

Text Story (3 pages) Alexander Wanted Asia
Featuring: Once Upon a Timeā€¦
Credits: Script: Eric St. Clair (credited) | Letters: typeset

Comic Story (6 pages) Johann Sebastian Bach
Featuring: The Note-Book
Synopsis: The story of Bach, the most powerful influence in the music of the western world. He was born in Eisenach, Germany in 1685. Bach lived to see his music become considered old-fashioned. Even his sons scorned his work. After his death, his music became even more unpopular and his son Philipp Emanuel's work was considered more exciting. Today, the music of Bach's sons is considered old-fashioned and Bach's is considered among the greatest in the world. In the 1780's, some of Bach's work fell into the hands of Mozart, who loved it.
Credits: Script: Sydney Walter (credited) | Pencils: Syl. Sowinski (signed) | Inks: Syl. Sowinski (signed)
Genre: Historical
Characters: Johann Sebastian Bach Georg Bohm Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Comic Story (1 page) Balancing Balls
Featuring: Otto
Synopsis: Otto balances three balls on his nose by gluing them there.
Credits: Script: Bill Berry (signed) | Pencils: Bill Berry (signed) | Inks: Bill Berry (signed) | Letters: Bill Berry
Genre: Humor
Characters: Otto

Illustration (1 page) Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas
Genre: Religious
Characters: St. Thomas Aquinas

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