Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 5, 1957 · Page 9
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July 5, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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'junior Editors Quiz on- KITES MAKE FRIENDS Times Herald, Carroll, lew* #% Friday, July 5,1957 ^ LITTLE MX Vour comment may be important and you may be anxious to make it. But it can wait until the person who is talking finishes. This is just as true at home as it Anybody who thinks marriage la a 50-50 proposition doesn't understand people or fractions. is when you are in a crowd. If you want your remarks to have a fair hearing, be sure to listen without interrupting others. TIZZY By Kate Osann QUESTION: Why tl« a kite down to hold it up? ANSWER: No matter how high a kite flies, It will start to fall once Its string breaks. The reason It that the string holds the surface of the kite at a set angle against the onruthing wind. Set at such an angle, the kite gets an upward life out of the wind's horizontal force. When the string breaks, it is no longer held at an angle against the wind and thus fails to receive any upward push. So it drifts along with the wind and, no matter how lightly constructed, falls eventually to the ground. FOR YOU TO DO: Get your father to make a kite for you or to buy one and help you fly it. Be sure that the bridle is tied so that the string and the kite's upright stick are at right angles to each ether. Patsy Fisher of Richmond, Vs.. wins $10 for this idea. Send your Idea to this newspaper. Tomorrow: What price was set on Jesus' head? Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SWEET | EPIE "Nothing, thanksl We're just browsing!" By Nadine Seltzer "Y' know what, pop? I hit the hardest, longest, most expensive home run in the history of our elubl" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith T ,M. «•(. U.S. t't- ett, § 1HT ky MM Untw. to*.: "Otorge he's « perfect right to ridicule the commercial*—he writes theml" GARBAGE DEPT. t.«. *H 9* *«• «W1 "» • "Did you by any chance run across a teaspoon the other day? We're missing one I" Sing-Song Subjects Answer to Previous Punk HUH | HQEJQH • CiCJC] ACKOSS 1 Stringed instrument 5 Applaud 9 Kind of concert 12 Wind instrument . 13 Cavity 14 Mellow 15 Tuneful 17 " For Two" 18 Feminine appellation 19 Suffocate 21 Snicker — 23 No seats left sign 24 Score 27 Arm bone 20 Mater 31 Dress 34 Sassafras drink , 36 Crown • 37 Czccho* Slovskion city 38 Slipped 30 Egyptian goddess 41 Affirmative reply 42 Born 44 Kind of test 46 Edged around 4» Fastens 53 Individual 54 Everywhere 56 Footliko part • 57 Prescribed amount 58 Patron saint of sailors 59 Harden, as cement 60 Italian city 61 Low In tone DOWN 1 "My Old Kentucky n 2 Son o! Adam 3 Part 4 Mexican laborers 5 "Sweetheart of Sigma 6 Relax 7 Caustic 8 Mexican coins 9 Study of the abnormal 10 Curved molding 11 Fruit 16 "Beautiful Blue —" 20 Musical syllables 22 Gum resin 24 Spreads to dry 25 Indigo 26 Most intelligent 28 Salad jelly 30 Grimace (Fr.) 31 Mimics 33 More peculiar 35 Poison gas 40 Lover of cruelty 43 Musical exercise 45 Ventured 46 Wipes up 47 Leg joint 48 Seta's 1 son 50 — of Capri 51 Crippled 52 Spill over 55 Angle BOOTI AND HIR BUDDIES •ushedl •Y EDGAR MARTIN EI BY J. R. WILLIAMS BETTER THAM SOU THIN*/ IT'S PIVE HOURS TILL * OUITTlW TIME AMP THERE'S AN AWFUL LOT OF A60MV SOlW TO WASTE THE BULL WEWT HOME SICK HIMSELP7 OUR BOARDING HOUSB with .MAJOR HOOPLI Avlk-ULP// VNHER& AM I ? OH, ITS MACK/-— UM / GOfrSS WHAT-** A\Y PLASUy ASTHMA HAS VANISHED/--AND WHAT I6TMAT IRRESISTIBLE AROMA? COFFEE COOKII^G OUTDOORS / BE'A 5AMARITAM, MACK, OLO /MAM, ANO FETCH ME A LARGE PLATE OF BREAKFAST.' WE'RE STILL 0p£ftATlJ© UMD.8R THE CLAW ANOL FANS CODE, MMb &&0> sveey MAN FOR HiMlg FOOD/.— CAR«PUf*'bp> <SPLftfTeRS IN yt>m SUNlOMS VdHtJKJ S MHU' ^ , s ©A6H FOR.TW6 ' •^9 h SERNlCE- -~ 3U6T GRAB IT OUT OF THE Ski LLET -5^ PRISCILLA'S POP Can't Be Done BY AL VERMBIR That she can't have a nice, clean <JiH And a nice, clean bathroom, too! Alley's Turn BY V. T. HAMLIN MORTY MEEKLE YEAH' WELL YOU AINT TH' OMLV GUY WHO CAN FIGGER.' Here We Arel BY DICK CAVALLI MOVE ALONG KIDS. I'M COMING THROUGH/ HEAD6UP, WINTHROP. STEP LIVELY FRECKLES ANI HIS FRIENDS Thanksl BY MERRILL •LOSSIt LOWER YOUR PLAPS. FLY BOY/ MO \NZ HPPD TteAWSPORTATlON / J EX- , ' CUSES.' ear A JOB 00/ mJT ittUllllliiiSfe* OKAY/ BUT.WATCM WHERE YOU sir— I t >ONT WANMA LOSE MY GROCERY JOB/ m ~% AMD AS LONG AS YOUR? HOLDING IT YOU MAY AS WELL TAKE THE ORWTRS UP TO THE MOUSES WHERE 1 STOP/ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE "Nice Chatl" BY WILSON SCfr .'ttt , THANKS MI FDR DRNIN3 \ UlAAHOME, 'MR. 0URDIE, AND DON'T i\ HOWTOHAMtXJE MV voccy ARTIST/ WOW WAS THE CONVENTION, DeARfWD YOU SEC EMILY?, iVOTHER." W6HADA VERY NICE if a CAPTAIN IAS No Picture BY LESLIE TURN|jt mi

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