Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 14, 1970 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

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Junior Editor Quiz on- THE AMISH QUESTION: What country did the Amish originate in? ANSWER; In 1593 a group of Swiss, calling themselves Swiss Brethren, broke away from the established church and started a separate religious movement, which now includes the Memmonites and the Amish, named for the Swiss leader, Jacob Ammann. Many of these people, unhappy in the Old World, migrated to America, where they found freedom to worship God in their own way. William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, was particularly hospitable to them, so many settled in parts of Pennsylvai.., nia. They became known as exceedingly fine farmers and sober, useful citizens- The Amish and other similar groups, of ten. collectively called The Plain People, try to carry out the teachings of the New Testament according to their own interpretation. They refuse to take oaths or become soldiers. They regard changes in fashion as being vain and worldly, inconsistent with Christianity. For this reason, they have adopted simple and old-fashioned dress. Even the use of cars seems worldly to many of them, and they prefer the horse and buggy. (Dan Poll of Medina, 0., 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.) TIZZY By Kate Osann IS 1910 by NEA, l«c T.M. K. 3 . U.S. W». Oif. "1 think football is a great game, but I wouldn't want to play it!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 'Your father is NOT a supersquare. He's a radical middle-of-the-roader!" Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Saturday, November 14, 1970 Fuel Answer to Prerious Puzzle ACROSS 1 Common fuel 5 Natural 8 Irish fuel 12 Shield bearing 13 Narrow inlut 14 Iroquoian Indian. 15 Retain Ifi Put to 17 Pismires 38 Perfume 20 French port 21 Scottish sheepfold 22 Chum (.slang) 2\\ Antiquated 26 Bulky .'i(J Liquid fuel 31 Strong- scented 32 Seine :>3 Poem oi Nocturnal flying mammal!! SS Licht brown .'•It; Hosiery runs 38 Stringed instrument 40 Peer Gym 's mother 41 Transgression 42 Scrutinizes 45 Jabber 49 Dangle 5U P'ourth Arabian caliph 51 Gaelic 52 French river 53 Automobile 54 Proportion 55 Equal 56 Mariner's direction 57 Raced DOWN 2 Native metals 3 Malt brews 4 Victims of leprosy 5 Virtue 6 Military assistant 7 Melancholy 8 Products of oysters *) Sea eagle 10 River islets 11 Examine IS Born 20 Luxuriate in genial "warmth. 22 Cooking utensils 23 Body of waier 24 Opera by Verdi 25 Winter vehicle 2l> Entangles 27 Preposition 28 Calf flesh used as food 29 Heating device 31 Unusual 34 Feminine name 37 Peril 38 By way of 39 Buries 41 Breed of draft horses (Eng.) 42 Artisan's place of sale A'i Solicitude 44 English queen 45 Clique 46 Snare 47 Italian city 48 Bamboolike grass 50 High card 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 T6 17 18 19 • 20 I 21 • 122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 •31 • 32 33 „•'•#>» 34 • I 35 36 37 • 38 39 40 • 42 43 44 • 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 155 1 56 57 14 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "No, I didn't get RID of my frustration, but I sure let him know he'd been in a fight!" BUGS BUNNY IF YOU TWO CAN TEAK \ YOURSELVES AWAY FROM J THAT FOOTBALL GAME yL FOR A FEW MINUTES... N^DININER'S READY! By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL SOME VYEAH, I "\ GAME, f CAM ' HARPLY WAIT FOB? THE SECONO HALFi HUH, CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE WHEW voy $AV "HORSIE"- I TAKE IT'V'MEAM £ALLY&\ OWE Sl'KE, I REMEMBER SEBI'M' THAT WHEW X rVEWT IN T 1 COLLECT TH' REMT.„CR FIX .THE FAUCETi REAL PKETTM. ONE OF THEM OLD-FASHIONED KINP ON W0OPEW ROCKERS,,. PAPPLE 6KAY,rTWA9,MTH A FAPEP GILT OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLE 1 WAS WAITIM' IN TH' CAR WHILE THEY SHOPPED, AMP THEYD 6IVEN *IE CHANGE TO PUT IN THE PARKINS METER—WELL, I PIPM'T SEE A BLUECOAT AROUND SO I TOOkl OFF AN 1 BOUGHTA SODA/AM' WHEW I COT BACK! THERE WAS THISTl C.KET IN THE WINDSHIELD*/ IFyOU'LL PAY IT I'LL PAY YOU BACK--HUH, PA? JUST POM'T LET ON TO 'EM, HUH? AND—UH J, "THEY'LL FEATURE If ON TELEVISION/ IT'S? PpOgABLY DIFFICULT FOR PEOPLE OF- NO TALENT ANP TA<STE TO UN DSESTAN P ARTISTIC success, BUT PLEASE TRY.' •ffCUBA, .. THATS STUPENT COUNCILS UNITED' FDfZ A. BETTgfZ AMERICA... WANT MY StoNS FOR "THEIR. NATIONAL CONTENTION / I CAN'T BELIEVE IT/ UP UNTIL NOW MY E?1<3SESVT SURPfZi^S HAP BEEN FINPIN& MOT WATER WM& N" 1 WAS THE LAST MAN TO ^tAoHJEfS/ (Y>«OW,CK- \ TRUMP CARP* / SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL THE FLINTSTONES THAT DOES IT/ I'M RESIGNING FROM THE WOMEN'S LIBERATION AND EQUALITY WITH MEN , ASSOCIATION.' "Z. By HANNA-BARBERA '....JUST A<5 SOON As"^" I RECElVEP THIS GREETINGS FROM THE SELECTIVE SERVICE ! PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI Hue? Huff PUFF P0FF HUFF PUFF fVFF HOFF HURFPUFP HUFf \ FUfppfJpp / THE /'L I OFF 111 NEVER GET THE GROUND HUP) HtK9 'A FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS

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