Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
Page 9
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•Junior Editors Qui* en FAMOUS SAYINGS MAKE FRIENDS Don't ask l person to hold the telephone "ft second" while you answer the door or see what Johnny wants. It's much better to ask if you may call back. For the one to hold the phone. Ttmt* Herald, earroH, Thursday, July 11, 1**7 •.HiAim HHr m OUT OUR WAY •Y 4, R. WILLIAM* In America yet ity what think, and l| sitae freeplo : can't tkjwk (Hey say It anyway. "second" sometimes takes ; .»five | minutes. •And that's a long time for any. TIZZY ByKatt'Oiann QUESTION: Why do we sey someone is "fighting windmills?' ANSWER: When • person fights a silly bottle against an (mat Inary enemy, w* say.he is "fighting windmills." We get the expression from a famous Spanish novel about Don Quixote. Don Quixote believed he was a great and valiant knight. He was • really just a poor old man. But he set out one day on his old broken down horse, dressed in a suit of armor that had belonged to his great" grandfather. He was looking for adventure, Towards evening, he saw more than thirty windmills In a distant field. He was delighted. Here, he thought, are more than thirty huge giants to be conquered. So he aimed his lance and spurred his horse and charged the first windmill. The lance caught the sail of the 'windmill an d- was broken. Don Quixote was thrown from his horse.' - Thls^anly made Don Quixote more sure that these were giants, disguised by a magician to look like windmills. So he picked himself up, got back on his horse and rode on to further adventure, sure that someday he would conquer them. .,. FOR YOU TO DO: When you go for a ride in the country with -your parents, see if you can see any modern windmills. Do they look like Don Quixote's? To win $10, send a good question to Junior Editors in ear* of this newspaper. Tomorrow: Do fish climb stairs? Violet Moore Hlg- gins, AP Nawsfcaturos. «1*57 k» MM Urm, IM. "I've heard a lot of nice things about Charles, but mostly from his parents!" CARNIVAL By Dick Turnor SWEETIE PIE By Nodino Stltzor m in- os. *«. Mr, $ 1MT b» MCA t«vte>. h "Maybe you'd better cover up his head, tool" "Mo> cant' find her child psychology book and I don't trust ? her when she's doing her own thinking!" Sao Yarn Previous Puxtlt SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith m »•* u.s. r>t M. t)1M?krNM Strv|M,l«, ' r "Bixby's tomatoes look bigger than ours! Doggone it, next year ;' , I'm going f taiso pumpkins!" . ACROSS 1 Man-eater of the sea 6 These sail the seven seas 11 Bed canopy IS Englishman 14 Feminine appellation 15 Revolve 16 Feathered scarf 17 Sheep's bleat 19 New Guinea seaport 20 Coin in an Oriental seaport 21 Mariner's direction 22 Perches 23 Stiffen 26 Puerto —• 27 Dry, as wine 28 Wand 28 Feminine name 50 Dutch uncle 31 Scatters, as hay 33 Animals 36 Sea eagle 37 Chum 38 Summer ( FT.) 40 Islet in a river 41 Blackbird of cuckoo family 42 Small horse 43 Steps Over fences 46 Spotted 40 Bullfighter M Embellishes 51 Flout ft* River in England DOWN 1 Pierces with a weapon 2 Demigods S Athwart 4 Route (ab.) 5 Sight S Theatrical sign 7 —-the deck « Kind of typo 9 Spud 10 Dirks 12 Girl's name* 13 Scottish ? llside ree 22 Lateral parts 24 Stage whisper 25 Communists 26 Italian , province. » 21 Staggering 31 Demigod of the see S3 All 33 Prohibit 34 Bridge holding 35 —»Island ft Near, Middle . and Jar 87 El—.Texas SI Excrete 44 Sheltered side 45 Make a mistake 47 Worthless table scrap 41 Sailor BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Let 's Mevel •Y EDGAR MARTIN WQ*.*OC»OA!MA VtffUHfV war. ^l \spVlsF ^i^^ VKJT1SI- vast**. cr*> OUR BOARDING HOUSE 1^?3JoHOe? seftious/ Me*. MAJOR HOOni JAM*S\FINlMQ8Er L00klN6 ? - BUGS BUNNY Come Again! PRISCILLA'S POP Piercing the Sound Barrier BY AL VERMBBR ALLEY OOP Run-Out BY V. T. HAMLIM W WILDCATS \OU ' LIKE, IS IT? WELL, I'LL WILDCAT VOU, ^y-tfs MDU TWO - LEGGED AS IP VOU AINT GOT ENOUGH WOMEN RIGHT WERE AT HOME, YGOTTA BRING IN ANOTHER'N., AN' A POOR > 6CWvvW Lit OL THINS TO BOOT/ LUNtCIJUST HAS/ I HOPE THE BIG MORTY MEBKLB Giftl BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS la* e* IT * i ti BY MERRILL BLOSSIR VvViV NOT LUBE If IbURSELP AND SAVE THE LOOT Km. A MORf vvoicrur CAuse? L'LLTCy IP YOU'LL HELP, PAL/ III eer THE UNDER,-. Sioe-YOU TAKE UNDER. TUB , HOOD/ PRETTY DARK DOWN THERE-' THERE'S A FUNNY LOOKING GIZMO 1 NEV/SR NOTICED BEFORE' / A. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Taking the Blame f I'M SORRY i WOUWT you AND ooue^ ^TOfiETHBR AGAIN. I ADMIT I MEDDLED, BUT I HAD MO IPSA THE RESULTS ^ WOULOBESO r^* UNPQRTUNATE/ BY WILSON SCRUGGS ^ WHAT DO' DOW IS QUITS UPSET. HE'S SONG TfJ OVE UP HIS ART, AND ART TO UFf , AND ITfe RSAU.V CAPTAIN IASY In the Sani« Boat '"Vfriri SOT MRKWAM Pt »A*fSARfDVSAX« tykn s» TUB OM ATAUA'TKIBO/ «* T KMSO* OKAI BY LESLIE TURNER MMS| I CAN

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