Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 3, 1957 · Page 7
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July 3, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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j^—-Junior. Editors Quit on "OLD IRONSIDES QUESTION: Wat "Old Ironsides" rtally mad* of Iron? ANSWER: "Old Ironsides" was the nickname for tho U.S.S. Con stlrution, a frigate, actually made of wood. It was her indestructibility in battle that won her the name of "Old Ironsides." On August 19, 1812, the "Constitution" came on the British ship Guerriere, about a hundred miles from Boston. The Constitution fought with the British ship and for 30 minutes the two exchanged a furious fire. The Guerriere lost her masts and surrendered. On Dec. 19 of the same year, the Constitution blasted out another victory near the coast of Brazil. Her crew, seeing cannon balls bounce off her tough oaken bulwarks, proudly named her "Old Ironsides." When the. Constitution grew old, It was proposed to scrap her, But Oliver Wendell Holmes wrote a poem about the old ship, and everyone from children to adults .contributed money to save her. Today, "Old Ironsides" still floats in the Boston Harbor where the public can visit her. FOR YOU TO DO: Ask your parents to help you look up Oliver Wendell Holmes' poem. Then read it to see how Holmes won over a nation to the cause of a ship. Evans Bissonette, Bay City, Mich., wins $10 for this idea. Send your idea to this newspaper. Tomorrow: What bird almost became our national emblem? Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner If you have to make a talk or even just say a few words, don't begin by saying what a poor speaker you are, or how fright Timet Herald, Carroll, low* "V Wednesday, July 3, 1957 / v The only people'who don't gossip are those who don't have any friends to speak of. before so many people. Just forget yourself and start to talk. Then there won't be any need ened you are' to be standing up I for such apologizing. TIZZY ''What kind of weather can you expect, senator, an the appre- priatlons we're geftingl" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith "I'm so glad we came up here to the woods so you could get yourself In the pink riding horseback and hiklngl" OUT OUR WAY 'I think Marshall is giving me a big rush—he's home every time I call him!" 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