Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 12, 1957 · Page 9
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July 12, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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-Junior Editors Qui* on— PLANTS WAKE FRIENDS If you say the wrong thing and realize it immediately, try to fix things up by saying something to ease the situation But whatever you do, don't keep referring to the times Herald, Carroll, Iowa #% Friday, July 12, 1957 *J It's almost impossible to get an ailment treated in its early stages, considering how long you have to wait in the doctor's office. faux pas and trying to explain it away. You'll only make matters worse by harping on the subject. QUESTION: Do Plants oat Insects* ANSWER: As everybody knows, many insects eat plants. But did you know that a,few plants oat Insects? I Some of these plants entlee Insects Into pockets from which they cannot escape. Others grab them as a mousetrap grabs a mouse. Then they digest their victims In fluids, just as wo digest things. A common insect-eating plant is the pitcher plant. Like most of the others it lives in swampy plates. A vine, It sends out shoots that develop pitcher-shaped traps. I meets, and especially ants, are attracted to these pitchers by sweet smelling nectar. As soon as they start smelling around inside, they lose their footing on the slippery surface and tumble down inside and can't get out. FOR YOU TO DO: Make a collection of the weeds you can find In vacant lots near your home. You probably won't find a pitcher plant, but you'll be surprised at the many interesting kinds you do find if you look closely. You can save them by pressing them between leaves of books. (Jimmy Nighorn wins $10 with his suggestion. If you have a good question for Junior Editors, send it in. Violet Moore Higgins. AP Newsfeaturjs. Tomorrow: Did Job ever lose his patience?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Now, thenl Keep your knees flexed, left arm straight—that's itl Watch your stance—" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith TM. KM. U4. 'M. Off. "I admire that Jones boy, Alice—someday he's going t« be an Olympic atari" TIZZY By Koto Osann "If you had your ehoice of being a movie star or a woman scientist, which movie star would you be?" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer OUT OUR WAY BY J. It. WILLIAMS, "Just throe scoops, please! I have to watch my waistline!" Fact and Fiction Answer to Previous Puzzle m ACROSS , 1 Babylonian god 5 Norse god 9 Baseball's Williams 12 Writer, —— Stanley Gardner 13 Military assistant . 14 Actor, Milland ' 15 Trojan war chief 17 Employ 18 Giver 19 Bureau 21 Face feature 23 Cleverness 24 Prince 27 Members of a women's organization 29 Old Saint 32 Ascended 34 Girl's name 36 Hold back 37 Pendent ornament 31 Apostle (sb.) 39 Landed 41 Pedal digit 42 Always (poet.) 44Geralnt's wife 46 Feeling 49 Thin fabrie 53 Humorist, George —— 54 Merges 56 French sea 87 Within (prefix) 58 Xong periods 59 Abstract being 50 Profound •1 Snicker ——*, DOWN 1 Globule 2 Jason's ship 3 Poet, — Seeger 4 Baseball pitcher, . Bob 5 Mr. O'Shanter 6 Impede 7 Scent 8 Rtmovatt 9 Most reliable 10 Comfort 11 Colorer 16 Eat* away 20 Vocalizes 22 Mr. Claus 24 Injure 25 Region 26 Radio audience 28 Shiny fabric 30 Nickname of Anthony's Egyptian sweetheart 31 Cabbage 33 Locations 35 Original inhabitant 40 Emissary 43 Chopped finely Sir 45 Prescribed amounts 46 Identical 47 British statesman, Anthony —— 48 Not one 50 Sacred image 81 Unaspirated 53 Essential being 55 Cut off r r r r T r r- IT i H t P is i » H mrri H L L - l n 1 P SJJMBJPSJSSBBI i c n H PI i r p u r •OOTI AND Hid BUDDIIS Retribution Coming BY IDOAR MARTIN KicfQW\k»>w^^ I'WnAWt' I 'tNf MS? 60*>ft OiMr^T Tm, >DftP» 0* io con oocovo ^OOIR VEAH, rr DOESN'T TAKE TH'BULLMORE'W A COUPLE OF OU6STIOU»TD RN0OUTALL HE iWAwraTd KNOW ABOUT A MAN-HEKNOWS THEV PONT COME OUR BOARD1NO MOUSB .. . .with $OM£ OS;$ECTJ*dVIN(5 SLOW AWAY. DOWN THE P0AD*««r Mlsux Bit A HORSE, OK OUR LOST BASS irt TKfi WOODS/—NOW IT'6 COM-', INS IN CLEARER-** rr r 5eoTrt /rr'6TM» tAkzatz ON A [ 5U*?S ME'i MOT (?ID IMS A MOOSE ., THE OLD POyUSED' tO SuHPWS&ME- SOM'STfMES-**^ 6UT 1 WOULD^t: E^EM LIFT AM EYE „0f?OW IP WE* POUCH/ • MAJOR HOOPLl OMTHOMFI 5AY,H0l?SSf e&iomw PBOPU&** THIS 15^ A CASE FiOfitTHE, Hi /'_ BUGS BUNNY You Can't Win PRISCILLA'S POP W\ I GOT PUNISHED FOR SOMETHING^ I DIDN'T DO.' Unhappy Eending KMOCkED M BY AL VERMEER MV DOG OVER A LAMP AND POP TMOUSMT I DID IT.' ANYWAY. PRISCILLA.KI YOUR CONSCIENCE) BUT MY CONSCIENCE 1 , DOESN'T KNOW WHAT'S BEEN GOING ON BACK WERE/

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