Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 9, 1957 · Page 7
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July 9, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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•Junior Editors Quiz on- TOTEM POLES MAKE f RIENOS - 0 Tfm«« >H»r«M, flarreH, Hswa i Tuaaday, July 9, 1957 OUT OUR WAY The man who is such a TV fan that he hushes his wife and chil dren every time they open their mouths is rude. He is saying, in Whether you win at love or war, It usually means the real ei« pense has just started. important than his own family. Wives and children who never get to talk to the head of the family except during commercials effect, that the TV set is more have a right to feel ignored. TIZZY QUESTION: Why did Indians earve totem polet? ANSWER: Various American Indian tribas earvad totam polea, but thay wara particularly popular with Indians of tha Pacific north- watt. Soma of thair baautiful totam poles still »tar>d today. Thay gen- •rally show symbols of important membars of tha family or of Indian lagands or animals, birds and other things tha clan considers s*crad. Many Indians believed that tha figures on their totem polet represented guardian spirits who would protect them from danger. Whan a man grew up, ha would go without food and live apart, until he aaw his guardian spirit In a dream. FOR YOU TO DO: You can make a toiom pole of clay. Mold tha clay around a stick so it will support your totem figures. Shape tha clay into heads and other figurei. Paint them with bright reds, blues, blacks and whites. John Klrkpatriek, Cleveland, Ohio, won tha $10 award for hi« Idea. Send your Idea to this newspaper. Tomorrow: What American hero became a Russian Admiral? Violet Moore Higgins, AP ft»w»faatura». CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Om thing you've got to say for him, J.B. He's not a clock­ watcher!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith 'I'm so glad you're staying for dinner—there's an old meat loaf in tha icebox I've almost despaired of aver using!" By Kate Osann OUt BOARDING HOUSE "Don't give me any mad money! He always borrows iti" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seitzer 0 BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES "Ever have one of those nights when you just can't fall asleep?" 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