Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 31, 1970 · Page 4
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-Junior Editor Quiz on- LAUGHING WHAT ASH THEY LAU6HING AT f WHAT DOES IT ~> MATTER o Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Saturday, October 31, 1970 Girlish Answer to Previous Futile ACROSS 1 Feminine proper name 6 • Eisenhower i' 11 Intellect ! 13 Half-breed 36 Greek letter 38 Blood money (Scot.) 40 Decompose 42 Small horse 45 Feminine pronoun 1 I" II- IJl LLU J Indian maiden 46 Commonnlace 14 Girl's name 48 Social event QUESTION: Why do we laugh? ANSWER: Experts say that laughter and smiles are the expression of happy and pleasureable feelings. Experts sort out our emotions into two main groups. One consists in the feelings of anger, fear, hate. When we feel such j emotions, bodily processes are speeded up; the heart beats faster, sending more blood into the veins, giving extra energy to use if we have to take some extreme action. The other, more pleasant group of emotions is the one containing joy, happiness, love. Laughter is said to be connected with this group. If we are very happy, the bodily processes speed up, too, but there is usually not much physical work to be accomplished. So we instinctively "work off" this extra energy by exercising our facial muscles with smiles or laughter or perhaps waving our arms and jumping around as the happy young , folks are doing in our picture. The sound of laughter is caused by the vibration in the diaphragm, a large dome- shaped muscle separating the chest from the abdomen. Funny things also make us laugh. Jokes generally show familiar things in unexpected, ridiculous new situations. The same idea makes the clown funny (small picture). (Shawn Lahman of Rochester, Minn., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) , 15 Deer horn 16 Cereal grain 17 Dig, as with a spade '19 Sea eagle ! 20 Town (Cornish prefix) 21 Hawaiian foodstuff 22 Streets (ab.) 23 Knock 26 Not fixed in place 29 Yugoslav city 31 Japanese outcast (var.) 32 Body of water 33 Drunkard 34 Disunites 49 Snare 51 Victims of leprosy 53 Barbecue items 54 Ardent Prohibitionist, Nation, 55 Pithy 56 Medicinal quantities DOWN 1 Head of an abbey for men 2 Doleful (poet.) 3 Church festival 4 Fairy fort 5 Geraint's wife 6 Lion's pride 7 Danish county 8 Incommode 9 Lifeless 10 Merits 12 Percolate slowly 33 Deep gorges 18 Nickname for Louise 24 Handle 25 Bridge span support 27 Cease 28 Consumes food 30 Petty princes 34 Carrier, as of luggage 35 Male child 37 Buries 38 Coffer 39 French annual income 41 Soft mineral 43 Eagle's nest 44 Aeriform fluids 46 Cook in dry heat 47 Conduct 50 Short-napped fabric 52 Golf teacher TIZZY By Kate Osonn CARNIVAL By Dick Turner 'I'm trying to talk my father into a five-day allowance week!" SIDE GLANCES "What do you say we get with it and do our 'now' thing!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL fir STOFFEL Edgar never hat much to toy. I like that in a husband!" CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS «V LAWRENCE ITKIEP TO ~T£LL YOU.i. , ELPRITCrfS DIARY €,f \\V PmmQNP&!) worn UH FORTUNE & SAFELY M HANP'l AW THE PHOTO SHOWEP HIM HOLDING THIS' BROOM.,.WITH A HOLLOW HAWPLE FULL- OF PIAMONP^ FROM HI££OUTH AFRICAN PAY&l ME ^WWWLF ^v. AT THE GOOff 5HEPHERP pltUlM F0UWLM6 HOME*, r POOR LITTLE V rM AFRAID MITE...HA £NT £POKEtf A WORP IM AtONTH* EASY, 1FEEL- ANOTHER HEAP- ACHE COMING 11»7» t, MA ;1 ZJ~TM . hi us. .M"O»X ONi tw OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . Yith . . . MAJOR HOOPLI f YOU SAIP TO LET HIM dST, PIPW'T YOU WELL, HE WOM'T BUV6& WHEW HE SEES THE fcAlW, SO I'LL HAFTA PULL * HIM OUT.' 1 AIM'T KEEM OM HAVINJ' TO I) VK.VA BARREL OF RAM WATER OFF V HIM-AW SIWCE I CA>."T KEEP THE UMBRELLA OVER BC ;H OFUSI'MSOLViW'TH' PROBLEM THIS WAY.' OH, JUST<30.' BUT STAY 'CLOSE TO THE HOUSE- I DON'T WAK1T YOU EN- TERTAISJIrJ<3 THE NEIGHBORS' WITH ANOTHER OF YOUR BRAIU- STORMS/ WHY MOTHERS SET SRAV IO-3/ AAV BPOTHER. 0 \UL«S P\P Tf-IE BAOi=ROUNP. THEN 1 ACCOMPANIED M-V^SLp ON THE SAMt^SN ANP PUBSEP |N THE LYfZiCtf / you COULPN'T MAV6 KEPT IT ^ECEBT VSRy* LONS, MAjrot2 ..^e VJOLIUO HAVE aL\&S<£G& IT/ ITPOESHAV6 FtTssiBiuTiEK" A« A . etcAfzeorJATe; COMMERCIAL./ SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL THE FLINTSTONES BUT, SENATOR/ ALL WE'RE ASKING THE GOVERNMENT TO PO, IS CLEAN UP THE LAKE...U4STALL A FEW TA&LES AND MAKE A FEW OTHER IMPROVEMENTS /.. WE'D HAVE A BSAUriFUL PARK I By HANNA-BARBERA IMPOSSIBLE, FIZEO!... XT'. JUST NOT BXPENSNB ENOUGH TO BE R PRACTICAL! J PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER GOOD! WERE COME THE BOYS! 8 »» tr NCA, l«c T.M. K <9. U.S. fo). Otf. ^ (4il2 #>*Zt2> * ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI <AVAi44 soppccr YCOP. LOCAL, A&TWUAOT FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS v IM SORRY* I PISCARDED l~OM THE STREET' BUT IF VJAS ONuy* wAWAP OF CHBrW <5UM/ LITTER is , UTTER! CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS \

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