Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 13, 1957 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 13, 1957
Page 6
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(unlor Editors Quiz en BIBLE QUIZ Even though many women now go bare-legged on city streets, it still is not considered correct for I a woman to go bare-legged to Times Herald, Carrot!, tewt #fe Saturday, July IS, 1»S7 Some guys get by without lift* ing a finger around the house just by pretending to be all thumbs. church. That is far too casual a style to be appropriate in a place of worship. • , TIZZY Bv Kate Osann QUESTION: Why did a haircut once cause disaster? ANSWER: The Bible tell* us that a famous Israelite leader, | Samson, was tremendously strong, and that the secret of his strength lay in his long hair. No one knew this secret, although Samson's I enemies, the Philistines, tried time and again to find out. Then. Samson fell in love with a Philistine woman named Delilah. She coaxed Samson's secret out of him, and was bribed by her countrymen to cut his hair. Shorn of his hair and of his strength, Samson was captured and his eyes put out. To celebrate, the Philistines held a victory feast | in their temple, and had Samson brought In from prison so that they could tease him. , While in prison, however, his hair and his strength had grown. He grabbed two pillars and brought down the whole temple, burying himself and 3,000 of the Philistines in the dibris. FOR YOU TO DO: Color this picture of Samson end Delilah and ask your Sunday school teacher to tell you the moral of the story. If you have a question for Junior Editors send it in care of this newspaper and you may win $10. Monday: Why Is the apple famous I in science? Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures. ^4 "After I've given Freddie the best years of my life, he's decided he's more interested in model airptanetl" CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltxer "Even actresses take off their sunglesses when they eatl' "W% « tough town with this economy wave onl Nobody wants - to be seen giving away anything!" SIDE GLANCES Seward's folly By Galbraith Answer to Previous Puzzle T.M. «•(. u.». n*. VI. $IN? by UtA Unlit, tat "We're going to spend our vacation at my wife's parents' home In the country-It elways boosts my morale to watch farmers worki" ACROSS 1 was called "Seward's Folly" 7 Its capital ,is 13 Defeated 14 Embellishes 15 Concedes 18 Roof of the mouth 1? Papal title (ab.) 18 Central American rodents 20 Weight of India 21'Country on the Baltic 23 Russian wolfhound 26 Self-esteem 27 Enervates 31 Confined 32 Cease 33 Soothsayer 84 Volcano in Sicily 35 Royal Italian family name 36 River in Switzerland 39 Grooves 40 Bee 43 Sibling of bud 46 States (Fr.) 47 Extinct bird 50 Lure 52 Kodiak lies oft the Alaskan peninsula 54 Trails 55 Staggered 56 Most painful 57 Natural tats DOWN 1 Arabian garments 2 Limbs 3 vark 4 Sainte (ab.) 5 Retains 6 Handled 7 Oriental , country (comb, form) 8 Religious mendicant 9 Nolle (ab.) * 10 Ages 11 Poker stake 12 Employer 19 Wheel part _ T T p • l_ Bt A i t> e R A 7 A d A m Kl 6 W U f S o 6 M o R M D R B 4 B R N O e B w 1 ¥ H A u t* A R et N 1 cT K A R 1 6 * N t A N £ B i_ X R e 1 T T A 6 4 E c M A T T u 1 f W T 5 H ¥ B R '4 B Kl 1 O ¥ St N 6 1 N 6 # V <5 • IA u £ B A ¥ c a 4 <fTS £ B A ¥ c a LJHlilCJ ElElCd O B i 30 Mineral resorts 36 Certify 21 Dinner course 37 Constellation 22 State 38 Withdraw 23 Church part 41 Body parts 24 Dregs 42 Onagers 25 The dill 43 Hardens, as 28 Most westerly cement Aleutian island 44 Nested boxer 29 Bridge (Fr.) 45 Asterisk 47 Man 48 Heavy blow 49 Augments 51 Frozen water 53 Permit BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES 3 OUT OUR WAY BY J. ft. WILLIAMS Realisation BY EDGAR MARTIN CUR BOARDING HOUSE . , . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLt «.He***.**- „kt*«»*t>»,. ***«f* i •» « « * WE'RE AS TOLfevlfel^ AS A PITCHER WATCHING A POP FLY-WTB THfei v ^ ,0A$ESi FOUIi .S ^THS jRECORb CLERk*WA<3 pusTE >\TERisisyaje NAM'S THE LIST .OF FOREST' ! IrVoSil sm '•A FILL* - "6d-HU^TlM6, PARTRIDS.ES, .• AMD COME: , 6ACK>r4lTH & SOCKET AND, A Hoese/ ' HfeH-MEM / BlZARRE.EH -^He ^oMeoFViLi •fAXBTHlS PAIL OF SOCCDLEW ROAST CAP-j OMS A LA CHATEAU FLEUR6TT6/—UM.- , f KAFF/?OELtSHTFOL .. COOL t>Ay Wcfise- JI t it* >M»ne.jij». T.M. bet UJTfi*. I PAR.EVEM BUGS BUNNY May I Join You? CAPTAIN BAST PJJWI i WMF '' IIQIUP I 'HHI' 1 "ac^w ff\t^ Bi ^^rAsouS WH^ PO'WI) KNOW ' * TTW TH ^ NI ABOUT HI5P^5Tf BY LESLIE TURNER ...JOW'.WHW ABOUT I *4

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