Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 11
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1957
Page 11
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-Junior Editors Quiz on- STIFF QUESTION: Who hat Hit stiff** upper Hp? ANSWER: Of all the characters pictured here the mildest* looking, the llama, probably has the stiffest upper lip. While its upper lip looks soft enough, he uses it instead of teeth to gather In fodder while grazing, and through foraging among the rocks for every bit of greenery, its upper Hp has become ex tremely powerful. Ifs the tiger's jaw that Is particularly powerful, and its the walrus long tusks that give it a ferocious look. Knight* of course were supposed to "keep a stiff upper lip," but that expression has to do with courage and does not mean that a person's lip actually is stiff. FOR YOU TO DO: Color these pictures, making the llama gray the tiger yellow with black stripes, the walrus gray, and the knight wearing golden armor. (A suggestion from Barbara Bollin, Baltimore, brought her $10. Have you a good question? Send it to Violet Moore Higgins, AP News* features, in care of this paper. Tomorrow: Do plants eat insects?) CARNIVAL MAK€fRlEN0S Even though it is the bride who writes the thank-you notes for wedding gifts, the groom might want to write a few in addition to hers. Times Herald, Carrot!, Iowa m m Thursday, JuJV II, W | | It usually takes more effort than It's worth to prove you're just as young as you used to be*. It isn't necessary — but it would undoubtedly be appreciated. TIZZY By Kate Osann OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS IE "I'm writing home for extra money. How would you sign It—• 'desperately' or 'frahtleally'?" By Dick Turner SWEETIE PIE Trouble with this country is surpluses—food—hard goods- people who know how to run this department!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith 7-» T.M. «M. U.S. ML 0*-' "Sis ought to be In Hollywood all right—she sure can put on • beautiful act when she's talking to a hew boy frlendl" "That's a pretty awful eolorl It clashes with the sidewalk!" Conveyances Answer to silAKLH 1 ' ACROSS 1 Two-wheeled vehicle S Mover's conveyance I Light sailing vessel 12 Asseverate 13 City in The Netherlands 14 Toward the sheltered side 15 Curse 16 Uncooked 17 Messages are conveyed over this 18 Hillsides 20 Poker stakes 31 There many typos of conveyances IS Priority (prefix) as Scrutinises 10 Dispatchers 30 God of flocks 31 rootlike part 32 Negative word, 33 Consumed 34 Dine IS Poem SS Water conveyance II Genus of 41 Social insect 42 Unclose (poet.) 43 Solitary ttPftuser 50 Check 81 Sorrowful 51 Anatomical tissue lt 84 Comfort " 88 Frosen water SSlndure ST Mlmleker SS Through* St ASM DOWN 1 Taxis 2 Grand* parental 3 City in Nevada 4 Surgical saw 8 Stance 8 Feminine appellation T Novel MS Previous Puiilo TTO XT? 25 Afresh S Opened mouth 26 • in a involuntarily 0 Dismounted 10 Existed 11 Sediment 10 Bitter vetch SO Scottish alder tree 31 Nuisance 23 Mast 24 Roman patriot trolley 27 Son of Seth (Bib.) 28 the subway 20 One who (suffix) 31 Irish fuel 37 Flag 38 Individual 80 Animal 40 Cuddle 42 Command 43 Range 44 Jump 45 River in France 47 Drop of eye fluid 48 Lohengrin's bride 40 Rodents 51 Slight taste 52 High card OUR BOARDING HOUSE If THOUGHT £ HAD east* ALL THROUGH THAT PICTURE /MOST BE TK& f-. 115 -7 PKIZ&, YAlMNBft/" with * . . MAJOR HOOPLI IT '6 TMSS6 ALL ' RlSl-rr.SKSAS IS MB WALkiSTJ IN AMD T0Lt> 1H& SERVANTS HE 3UST PLACfe/ IC'MT n n» ttxH IM. TM n H kt. .... a fl %?, LOOKS UK& HE OV4M6 IT BUGS BUNNY Mistaken By Nadine Seltzer ( /5Q ' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ifs a Plot BY EDGAR MARTIN •Ml. WOt * G>VRL u ~ U-*AWV c**m www a*« use, m. WJSNM WO, iw on** met ST-. I WISH TO RENT A LOCKER FOR MY LUGGAGE, PLEASE! LOCKER, .RENTAL* MS HERE'S YER KEY... THAT'LL BE A QUARTER, SYLVESTER! THERE YOU ARE; MY GOOD FELLOW! YAK! IT'LL BE 'Ft/N WATCHIM' 'IM TRY T' (SET THAT STICK INSIDE THEM LI'L LOCKERS! PRISCILLA'S POP It Paid Off REMEMBERJ/TMAT K WMEN "rOU \( DIDN'T x - BY AL VERMEER TOOK THAT SMORT-CUT TO NEW ENGLAND •3*. TURN OUT SO BAD,, WAZELjj 1-'8 1 fcf ALLlY OOP Over This Way, Jack BY V. T. HAMLIN LET'S GO SEE. THIS ...I1LGO WITH JACK! /OH, OH! NCW^C NO, OOCXA...YOU YOU IN TH' \ WANTS BIRO HWT/ COME I WITH ME? HERE,WILL YUH? _ A^GUY'WANTS TO K SEE YOU/ WELL, I DONT KNOW WHAT'S HAPPENED TO MY STAFF, BUT THEY DONT SEEM TO BE DOING ANYTHING VERY CONSTRUCTIVE- 7 -IB ...SO I THINK I'LL HAUL 'EM BACK HERE J BEFORE WE ALL WIND UP \N THE BOOBY HATCH/, MORTY MEEKLE BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Time Will Tell BY MERRILL BLOSSER BE READY SOON\ LAW>y/ 7- HER6 I GOME'/ WE ALL NEED A OF WATER./ 3 lC 1M7 b, Hi* Inc. T.M.' fag, ul' Vil THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Wedding Bells MEANWHILE, IW CBNTHZVAILE BY WILSON SCRUGGS P00RUD. ; X0OffT M THINK LINCOLN WORK» ED AS HARD OVER THE GETTYSBUBSADORESSl AS BILLY HAS ON THIS* CAPTAIN IAfY Denial BY LESLIE TURNER L0N4 HKVf j OUMTlONi MARK! CCARgOAMODAO » I.'

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