Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 2, 1957 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 2, 1957
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Junior Editors Qui* on- AN ARTIST QUESTION: What great artist painted a famous picture lying down? ANSWER: The artist was Mlchaelangelo, who was born In 147S and grew up in Florence, Italy, the great art center of his time. By the time he was 20 years old, he was known for his paintings In many of the churches of Florence. He carved the statues of David and Moses that became very famous. In later years, he drew the plans for the huge dome of St. Peters in Rome. One of his greatest, most amating works was a painting of the story of the ereation on the ceiling of the Slstine Chapel. To paint it he had to lay on his back on a scaffold high above the floor, and work at top speed for four and a half years. He was often cold, ill and hungry, but he finished the work that covers over 5,000 square feet, and still ranks as one of the world's great art masterpieces. FOR YOU TO DO: Would you like to learn how the great artists first learned to master their colors? They mixed their own from various materials. Mix two of yours together to form another color. Red and- yellow, for instance, make orange, while blue and yellow make green. What other colors can you mix? Gloria Smith, Antioch, Calif., wins (10 for this idea. Will you tend us your prize winning idea? Tomorrow: Was "Old Ironsides" really made of iron? Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner TM. ««t. U.8. CM. Mil "Mom said she'd be down In a minute and to break a couple • •"• - •* •89* In the skillet!" SIDE GLANCES By Gaibraith TM. ft« t . UA Pit. OH 6 tSt J b, MA hrrlu, In* 1 -X "But, mom, if you and dad had waited till you were mature r\5'L m,rri,d ' wou,d Y0U h4v « «•"«• •n»U8h t» know betterr' It usually isn't a good idea to Invite yourself to join in someone's plants for a trip or outing. If you would really like to go Time* Herald, Carrol!, (owe Tuesday, July 1, WT 1-ITTL.E LIX There's no need to borrow trouble. If you're patient yoiTl have some of your own. along, show your - Interest andj then wait to be asked to join. That's better than being pushy. TIZZY By Kate Osonn "I know you've advanced me all you're going to on my allowance, so how about a straight loan?" 1 SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer T.«. Off. 0.8. MI. C IWftgr NM StnlM. I "We close in ten minutesl" Singing Star Answer to Previous Puzzle m ACROSS ] Singing staA Eddy T He is a radio —— 13 He also plays the 14 Reluctant 15 Repeat performance 16 Communion plates 17 Female saint <ab.) 18 Entire 20 Wager 21 Mariner's direction 23 French pronoun 24 Footlike part 25 Number 27 Heavy blows 29 Roman bronze 31 Earth goddess (var.) 32 New Guinea port 33 Cratty 34 Wander 36 Group ot matched pieces 38 Exclamation of disgust 30 Fondle 41 Dower property 43 Circle part 44 Individual 45 Royal College of Organists (ab.) 47 Straitened SO Approached 53 Deviate 54 Type of fur 55 Value highly 5* Barterer DOWN 1 Periods of time 2 Undersized cattle 3 Finest 4 Siouan Indian 5 Gibbon 6 Sleeping vision 7 Young trees 8 Yellow bugle plant 9 Seine 10 Swimming birds 11 Hirelings 12 Pause 19 Card game 22 Riches 24 Implored 26 Close 28 Congers 30 Naval strength (2 words) 34 Holy 35 Oriental coin 37 Hot 38 Muscular strength 40 Doctrine 42 Play part 43 Handle (Fr.» 46 Moravian river 48 Railroad engineer (ab.' 49 Eggs 51 Make a mistake 52 Eucharlstic OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSI Man Working BY IDGAR MARTIN ..MAJOR HOOPLl rsiMEsyau 1HAT LOME- SOME FE£LAH OLD AT NIAGARA 1 FALLS/ PRISCILLA'S POP Count Him Out BY AL VERMEER WA-A/T A MINUTE/.' FRIDAY NieWT IS FIGHT NIGHT/ HAMLIN BY. DICK CAVALLI BY MERRILL BLOSSER BY WILSON SCRUGGS CAPTAIN 1ASY BY LESLIE TURNER

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