Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 17, 1970 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

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-Junior Editor Quiz on- SEWING THE FIRST SUIT OP CLOTHES IW THE HISTORY ^/E\> QUESTION. When was sewing with a needle first invented? ANSWER: It was a chilly afternoon in cave man country somewhere in Europe. Time? About 50,000 B .C., in what's called the Upper Stone Age. A cave-father, wishing he could keep his family warmer in the cold weather, had a great idea as he gnaws an animal bone. There were scraps of animal hide laying around. Why couldn't they be joined together. He started grinding down the bone until one end was sharply pointed (2), drilled a hole in the other end (3), poked a strip of sinew through the hole (4), and showed the whole contraption to smart Mrs. cave man. She instantly picked up the idea and got to work. Result, (main picture), she concocted a suit of hide clothes for her son, crudely sewn, of course, but sewn together just the same. Something like that must have happened, because actual bone needles from this period have been found, with holes in one end. With the discovery of firemaking, of stone tools and weapons and this one of sewing clothes, men living in cold climates had found a way to master their environment. (Lisa Fonetnot of Elton, La., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook of your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) Daily Times Herald Features . . . Comics Tuesday, Noxember 17, 1970 Scrambler Antwer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS I' I Kind of English china 5 Tribunals 9 Babylonian earth god 12 Hunting dog (archaic) 13 Region . . 14 Exist i 15 Serpentlike • 17 Falsehood f 18 Plied with medication 1 19 Slight 21 Anatomical plexus 23 Caviar, for" instance 24 Certain •railways (coll.) 27 Female relative 29 Low-lying 1 valley (poet.) 32 Recollect 3.4 Northwestern state 36 Reluctant . 37 Act of voting 38 Large marine fish 39 Blemish 41 Uncle (dial.) 42 Large cask 44 Hodgepodge 46 Set at liberty, 49 Niter (comb. form) 53 Be indebted for 54 Certain • engravings 56 In the middle (comb, form; var.) 57 Son of Eric the Red 58 Redact 59 Bitter vetch. 60 Denomination 61 Remove DOWN; 1 Wandering minstrel 2 Margarine 3 Snoozes 4 Penetrate 5 French dance 6 Ascended 7 Genuine 8 More rational 9 U.S. national bird (2 words) 10 Iroquoian Indian 11 Sly look 16 Standards of perfection 20 Fictitious prose tale 22 Bulrushes 24 Epochal 25 Jacob's sort (Bib.) 26 Odorless 28 Irtish tributary • 30 Come into sight 31 Grafted (her.): 33 Dispute (with) 35 Classification 40 Pertaining to a versifier 43 Brads 45 Lubricated 46 Italian city 47 Widemouthed' 1 pitcher 48 Dirk 50 Ocean movement 51 Vex 52 Bone (comb, form) 55 Astern (nautical) TIZZY By Kate Osann 1- 2 3 • 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 • ... 20 1 22 • [23 24 25 26 • 28 • 29 30 31 32 33 • 35 ; 36 I 38 • 39 40 • 41 42 43 • 44 45 46 47 48 P 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 17 OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE *lth . . . MAJOR HOOPLI CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I'm losing my enthusiasm for airplane travel—I guess it's because I can't speak Spanish or Arabic!" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox IB W0 t> NEA, Inc., T.M. Hej. U.S. Pol. Olf. vfur collection this morning will go to the relief of those members who lost hubcaps while attending Wednesday's prayer meeting!" "Of course I want you in the picture, dear! I need you for scale comparison!" CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE SEE, MA—ALL YOU VO IS PULLTH' ROPE TO RAISE THE LIP.' THEM YOU SEND THE PAIL DOWM THE LINE, THAT STICK TIPS IT AM' DUMPS THE <SARBA£>E INTO TH' CAN, AN' YOU REELTH' PAIL BACK UP TO THE HOUSE.' IT'LL •SAVE YOU LOTS OF STEPS.' jijiiiniiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiw 0* YOU'LL SAVE ME \ LOTS OF STEPS. ^ RIGHT NOW, WHEN YOU MARCH OUTANP PUT THAT WHOLE RIO IN THE CAN— GO/ 1M LOVE'S LABOR LOST H-17' AJ2E >fc>U LETTING VfeUR. HAIR SPOW, HOOPLE, OR PIP ->OLIF2 RMALLV iSHUT OFP VOL) 12 CCZECPIT T I EVEisy TIME K£ <SAv /e YOU A HNRCLTT, RE WA<£ THE ONE WHO GOT CLIPPEPV V \ BAXTER.' PEPHARS X j lY COULP FINP A SPOT / ) > FOE v &u ON My \! ' / SPRINGS "THLEVISYOM I V VOUP2 KNUCKLE g/ /' " op. HAVEN'T I 4 H »T? U-17 c \m h tit*. I*, T.M. in. as. r*. ott. 0XASGERATIM& SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL MAKE SURE THE IS UP/ DOUBLE Thl£ GUARP, AND eer THE BOILING OIL READY t NO, ITS TME FIRST OF THE MON1H«-0UUCOiECOf2S. THE FI.INTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA PRISCILLA'S POP By AL VERMEER WHAT'S SURPRISING ABOUT A MASHED, POTATO SANDWICH ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI VOO CAN CONSIDER OUR. ENGAGEMENT TERMINATED. tH7 FRECKLES By HENRY FORMHALS ' I'LL MK. pLTrfslEY* (5 EATlMG USOUr OF MOUS &-"j TAK^ AND -HO /A £,BUrHO \AJ CAN) VA ^EfiEr RID OF / CW& FeeuNes? TRlS MASH IS PRETr/THiAj, WITHOUT -MU^M BOD/ To IT, BUT YOU'LL £MJO/ CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS

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