Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1970 · Page 30
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 30

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 25, 1970
Page 30
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•Junior Editor Quiz on- ARTICHOKES p TMAT^A STRAWGm. WORp — fitfZTlCHOKE.\ NOT AT ALL- *\ IT'S BECAUSE ) OF THE i ART \ \ ELEMENT ) J DOH'T Tf?U5T THEfA-THEY'RE BOTH "CHOKING" QUESTION: How did artichokes get that queer name? ANSWER: Artichokes are not native to America. This tasty vegetable comes from countries around the Mediterranean Sea. The Italians call it articiocco; to the Spaniards, it is alcachofa and to the Arabians alkharshuf. Don't these names all have a similar sound? Of course, they are not easy words for an English-speaking person to pronounce and remember. But that's just the point. In many cases, the English names for things have come from taking a difficult foreign word and making a more English-sounding word out of it. We are not positive about this, but we think it likely that artichoke was derived in this way from the difficult to pronounce foreign words for this vegetable. But perhaps Joe, who was simply joking in our picture, has something to his side of the story after all. At the tip of each edible leaf-like part of the artichoke is a little spine — in some cases these look like thorns. Inside the vegetable (arrow in picture), there is a prickly layer which must be removed before one can enjoy the creamy delicious heart. One could easily choke on an artichoke if you tried to eat the wrong part. (Lorraine de Santis of Little Ferry, N. J., 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 "Herb and I broke up a month ago, but i think it's time to try a re-run I" SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox «• « "Now just a minute! You promised your wife you'd take WHAT bull by WHAT horns and ask for a raise?' Daily Times Herald Features • • . Comics OUT OUR WAY Wednesday, November 25, 1970 Exit Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS l"Walk 4——anchor 9—.out 12 Swiss canton 33 Star (comb. form) 14 Hail! 3.5 Be seated 16 Spirited horse 17 Enclosure i (Scot.) 18 Swiss national hero : 20 Epoch 21 Agricultural area 22 Nyctitropism, as of plants 24 Caustic 26 Christmas carol 29 New Zealand native 32 Leaving 36 Jellify 37 Palm leaf (var.) 38 Go away (2 words) 40 Social entity 42 Bluepencil 43 Shore bird 45 Wild oxen of Celebes 49 Censure 51 Operated 54 Canadian province (ab.) 55 Squabble (coll.) 56 Farewell (Fr.) 58 Bias 59 Feminine name 60 Bodies of laws 61 The entire group 62 Algerian title 63 Occupatioa 64 Pigpen DOWTST 1 Forces out 2 Miltoyian archangel 3 Right to ownership 4 Existed 5 Italian noble family 6 Passage in the brain. e A IN O K- E= R A N] 0, T A PS A P> 1 IT- EE o EE: s E= 7 Extensive 8 Wooden trough 9 New York county 10 Always 11 Abound 19 Yakut river 21 Monastic title 23 Gatekeeper 25 Feminine name 27 Japanese outcast 28 Evangelist 30 Priestly title (ab.) . 31 Island (Fr.) 32 Colloquial title 33Guido'sHigb. note 34 Depart forever (2 •words) 35 Primary color 39 Sicilian volcana 41 Plaything 44 Zeal 46 Russian saint and namesakes 47 Inclined 48 Burst forth 49 Masculine nickname 50 Powerful emotion 52 Verdi heroine 53 Want 56 Deed 57 Utilize 4 5 6 7 8 21 ' 32 33 34. 37 40 43 49 50 55. 59 62 138 9 110 ill 14 17 30 136 39 31 60 63 6] 64 47 48 25 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner ANt> . (Q) W0 \>, NEA, Inc., T.M. «.«. U.S. tat. Oil. "We may have trouble getting him into college. He's quiet, studious and still thinks he has a lot to learn!" BUGS BUNNY By HEIMDAHL & STOFFEL CAPTAIN EASY By CROOKS & LAWRENCE YOU f ONE SHOP HAS A REGULAR CUSTOMER OF HAVE A I HER P£5CRIPTKW,..THey'M, PHONE NEXT- LEAP ON - KIQTZ. OKAY, TORN) ,MO V AND THE GUY WHO " LUCK ON "HOTSHOT" AW5WEREP MY ROCK- HARR.VJACK$Ofv ll .,HI£ IMS PROVE Y0UN© WIFE PIEP . A CAR UCEW£EP TO WITH HIM IN THB A "JOHN HAVEM ...IZ .AIR CKA£HJ ZS V FAJRLAWN PK1VE"! 0 By NEG COCHRAN OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with MAJOR HOOPLI I MEVfeR SHOULP HAVE TOUP AMOS HE COULP SELECT THE- TURKEY.' IT 'ff VjJEPNESPAV AMP X VWGM'T SBGti SO MUCH A*= A CP2U /v \ffr(cK/ I'p BETTER HUSTLE TO THE MARKET BEFORE.. i coM'T BELIEVE n7 HEpe'5- THE PEL|VEI2y MAM / . HERE >&U ABE, (MA'AM, OUR seer TURK6y...AMP • ALL PAIP FOR.' I CHECKEP THE APPRESS THREE T/MES LIKE THE SOSS SAlP SO THERE'P BE NO MISTAKE/ <Tr< B: g Wim HCT, Uc T.M. Itf. O.S. f«t. Off. /wox-.c*- fop MAPWA* SHORT RIBS Bv FRANK O'NEAL W£AR THAT WEAVV . CROHti All OF 1H£'1»M£. THE FLINTSTONES By HANNA-BARBERA (51 IW t, NtA, trie. T.M. U.S. fnl. Olf. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN WINTHROP By DICK CAVALLI THE ONLY THING f DON'T LIKE ABOUT BEING AN A6TP3DNAJT &1HAT imee> TELEVISION. I CONT-GETTO SEE ANY OF MY RAVORITE |//-ay By HENRY FORMHALS CAMPUS CLATTER By LARRY LEWIS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING if-25 * « « * ®19»frNBU»f.,T.M, «n US P.f. Off. t^T^—J

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