Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 16, 1957 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 16, 1957
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-J«*itl»f E«fiters Qulx on- PORCUPINES MAK€ fRIENOS Preparing a pitcher of ice wa- it is a thoughtful thing to do. TlntM Herald, Carrell, Item Tuesday, July It, 1*57 OUT, OUR WAV •Y J. R. WILLIAMS LITTLE LIX Anyone can do more . than he think* he "can, but that's usually leu than he thlnki he does. ter or a cup of tea or coffee for the workman who spends hours working on a job in your home or yard may not be .necessary, but ! ter job. Besides, the housewife who is considerate of anyone who does a job for her usually gets a bet- QUESTION: Can a porcupine shoot Its quills? ANSWER: Sometime* ft teems a« if the porcupine does because ft* quills are lightly attached to its skfh and come out easily at the touch, but actually it does not "shoot" them. The porcupine is a brown and white animal with sharp bristles •II ever his body. He is very slow In his movements and does not Ilka to fight. Because of his quills he does not need to. Sometimes a young dog foolishly attacks a poreuplne. In no time at all. the dog is running home howling with a faceful of painful quills. The Indians ate porcupine meat and used the quills to make bead work. Thev dyed the quills In various colors and sewed them into designs on their clothing, FOR YOU TO DO: The Indian boy in this drawing is wearing porcupine quills on his haad band and on the front of his shirt. Color them in the bright hues the Indians liked, and save for your Indian picture collection. (Ralph H. Becker Jr., Dayton, Ohio, won a $10 award with this suggestion. Send your ideas to Violet Moore Hlggins, AP News- feature*/ In care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: How long will a rope bridge last?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "We're staying at home this yearl Internal revenue doesn't have any 'vacation-now, pay-later' plan!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith "Thie new styling will do more to re-crest* your personality than psycho-analysis ever eouldJ" TIZZY By Kott 0*ann "Then it's agreed we're on the honor system! We can talk about anyone we want to, but we won't mention names!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadina Selrztr e 1M7 NM •«<*». ho. 'hit, '! figured you had important company when I sew this fleshy sports carl" ' 'Banjo Eyes' to Previous Punk ACROSS 1 "Banjo Eyes" is a nickname of Cantor « He is a star It Lariats 13 Descending 14 Crate anew 15 Eve and Enoch M Martinique volcano 17 Requires 18 Bodies of land 20 Levantine ketch ^ 33 More (slang} 24 Huge volume 28 Important metal 29 Oriental coin 30 Writing implement 34 Paid notices In newspapers 33 Footlike pari 33 Consume 34 Rots Sax 36 Suffix 37 Poker stake 38 Gilt 42 Wearied 44 Kinkajou 47 Feast sumptuously 48 Willows { 50 Greater 51 Goddess ot the moon 52 Wave top 53 More rational DOWN t Make a mistake 2 Profound 3Cyprlnoid Ash 4 Style of type 5 Comforts 6 Felt concern 7 Most unusual 8 Recompense 9 Hostelries 10 Courts (ab.> 12 Close hawk's eyes 13 Pieces ot artillery 19 P&rsian princes 30 He is a stage, screen, audio and video 31 Military assistant 33 Present month fab.) of 35 Unclosed 26 Flesh food 37 Grafted (her. 29 Racer 35 Small herrings 37 King of the Huns 39 Lease anew 40 Epic poetry 41 Proboscises 43 Malt drink 48 Curved ) -molding 45*Ye»r between '43 and 30 4C,Trie*te wine measures 47*Royal Military JPollege <ab.) 49<Weight of BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Time iter a Change •Y 100Alt MARTIN \<&OT, MMNft Vi j j.-r"vr7'"*:n»>'-»i OUR BOAROING HOUSE With . MAJOR HOOPLt fTHE OLD G®/ HAS epaspt AWAY , A©AlM,6SNiT!«/' fl&MOSTA AS QliiETLY AS A Te<?/VMT& ItJ TH& LET'6 TKAlL tflM —* I'M AS EASStf ANSWERS TO VMrtBRE'rtcr «50ES A5 A MOTHER-, LAW/ 6100DHDUMD m ME tOO? I ^TRACWNfi WWi A 1 HofSEOrrmArtHer ROAD OtkSMT 1& BE A<6 EASVAS "THE WLpoy LOCATE lATHErOARtf /J ilA- IMfr eww bf« a »^-fce» »i »fe« M. BUGS BUNNY the Bag BY AL VIRMEER ALLEY OOP Strange Tale BY V. T. HAMLIN MORTY MEEKLE

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