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This Treasure Chest comic was originally sourced from The Catholic University of America Archives. I have cropped, cleaned up and enhanced it using some or all of the following: XnView for Windows (great freeware program), MS Paint and Office 2010. When the Archive pages are of poor quality, which averages about 3-4 pages a comic, I have replaced with pages from my collection, providing I have a copy that will not be damaged due to scanning.
Volume: #13, Issue: #9 [235]
Published: January 2, 1958, Price: [none], Pages: 36, Editing: Joseph G. Schaller (editor); Richard J. Voelkel (associate 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)

Activity (1 page)
Featuring: Fun Page
Credits: Script: Bill Berry (signed) | Pencils: Bill Berry (signed) | Inks: Bill Berry (signed) | Letters: Bill Berry

Text Story (3 pages) Cibolero!
Synopsis: Cibolero means Mexican buffalo hunter. The history of buffalo hunting and preservation from the 1870s to the present (1958).
Credits: Script: Ferris Weddle (credited)
Genre: Non-fiction

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Chuck White and His Friends
Synopsis: Teddy and Mike must figure out how to get an old ham radio to work to call for help.
Credits: Script: Frank Moss [as Max Pine] (credited) | Pencils: Frank Borth (signed) | Inks: Frank Borth (signed)
Genre: Adventure
Characters: Chuck White Sally Jannis Robert Gladys Teddy Jannis Mike Kelly

Cartoon (1 page)
Featuring: Jokeā€¦Page

Comic Story (2 pages)
Featuring: Patsy Manners Personality Workshop
Synopsis: The children visit a museum and learn about art.
Credits: Pencils: Ozella Welch (signed) | Inks: Ozella Welch (signed)

Comic Story (3 pages) Basketbrawl
Featuring: Those Were the Days!
Synopsis: The players on a basketball team continually mistake the ref for a teammante
Genre: Sports

Text Article (2 pages)
Featuring: Our Last Names - A Heritage of the Middle Ages
Synopsis: How and why last names came into being during the Middle Ages.

Comic Story (2 pages) The Rosary
Featuring: Traveling First-Class
Synopsis: The history of the Rosary.
Genre: Religious
Characters: Saint Dominic

Comic Story (6 pages)
Featuring: Trouble at Twin Trails
Synopsis: Scotty is captured by the men who wrecked Fuzzy's wagon.
Credits: Pencils: ? [as P. Karch] (signed) | Inks: ? [as P. Karch] (signed)
Genre: Western-frontier
Characters: Scotty Fuzzy Jim

Comic Story (7 pages)
Featuring: Round-up and Rodeo
Synopsis: Tim works on a cattle drive and learns about the rodeo.
Credits: Script: Hank Chapman [as Henry P. Chapman]
Characters: Mr. Miller Tim Rex

Comic Story (1 page) Scuba Diving
Featuring: Pierre
Synopsis: Pierre goes scuba diving and is snagged by a fisherman.
Genre: Humor

Promo (ad From The Publisher) (1 page)
Synopsis: Back Cover advertisement for the sister publications Young Catholic Messenger, Junior Catholic Messenger and Our Little Messenger.

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