Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 20, 1957 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 20, 1957
Page 6
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-Junior Editors Quls on- BIBLE QUIZ When one teen-age girl is writing a letter to another she should use "Miss" on the envelope. It is not good form to address a letter to "Julie Smith." Time* Herald, Garret!, lewt Saturday, July JO, 1»S7 LITTLE kUX The chief amusement In some women'! lives 'seems to be spotting women who are fatter than they are. It should be "Miss Julie Smith" —even though Julie is still just a girl. QUESTION: Did Job ever lose hit patience? ANSWER: One often hears that someone has the "patience, of Job," because he does not get upset by troubles. Job was a good man who lived In the desert in Biblical times. To test hsi faith, God let one misfortune after another happen to him. His floeks were stolen, his shepherds were killed, and his sons and daughters were lost in a*desert storm. Left alone with his wife, Job still had bad luck. He was afflicted with boils which caused him much suffering. Hit wife asked him why he continued to serve the Lord, since It had done him no good. Three friends visited him and pretended to comfort him but really made him feel worse. In spite of everything, Job never wavered In his faith nor lost his patience. As a reward, God gave him many more flocks, and another family of sons and daughters to comfort him. FOR YOU TO DO: Color this picture of Job and "Job's com- fertert" for your Bible collection. (Curtis Brown of Birmingham receives $10 for this suggestion. Send yours to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, In care of this paper. Monday: Are there dragons alive today?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Henry wants him to keep up with his music—tome day thefe may be a demand for it agalnl" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith Ma T.M. l. t U.». fttOK. "Cheer tion in her own up, Mrt. Weemtl Your neighbor Mrs. Bigby is on vsca- a rustic cottage, and I just got word she has to do ail washing and ironing tool" TIZZY By Kate Osann eyr OUR WAY "But I AM drying the dishes!" SWEETIE PIE 'Frankly, I'm worried! Here I am five years old and I haven't the slightest idea of what I want to do with my I if el" Hawaiian Honeymoon Previous m PunU ACROSS 1 One of the Hawaiian Islands 8 Mauna —— is Hawaii's highest volcano 8 Honolulu is on the island of 12 Scottish alder trees 13 Bitter vetch 14 Mythical king of Britain 15 Western state 16 Tear 1? Exudt 18 Pen point 19 Blackbird 30 Fourth Arabian caliph 21 Obliquely 24 Scottish monk 27 Anatomical tissue 28 Peruse 29 Follower 31 Turkish officer 32 Nothing 33 Scatter, as hay 34 Ukrainian city 36 Promontory 39 More solid 41 Divests 43 Soak flax 44 East (Fr.) 46 Column 47 Mimics 49 Hawaiian food SOWaikiki Beach is —81 Persian fairy 82 Before 53 Handle Sea eagles Masculine nickname Plant part DOWN 1 Loa is world's largest active volcano 2 Sketcher 3 Incapable 4 Right or exit (Scots law) 5 Egyptian weight 6 Ireland 7 Savory meat Jelly 8 Subdivision of a phyle Of clan 9 Armed fleet 0 Greeted 56 11 Unbind 22 Straightens 23 The hula is a dance 25 Exigent 26 Conductor 30 Cloth measure 31 Near 34 Retainer 33 Hospital resident physician 37 Taciturn 38 Scanty 39 Hang in foldr 40 Drive off, as an attack 41 Pigpens 42 Invisible vapor 45 Painful 48 Sibling of bud 50 Possesses By Nadine Seltzer BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES She's Wise to 'Em BY EDGAR MARTIN VXRb TOO* WtiRCttfcN Fd WHY, SOPA/RT^ I OH.THANK SOU WHOLE CUT 6AMK A / EVER SO MUCH/ .cAvepiNwrrHvou/J / I THOUGHT IT WAS DO HOU KWOW \ MSREUVTH'PUST THATT >—>^ ) filTTIN' SO THICK • STALL6P US/, BY J. R. WILLIAM* | OUR BOARDING HOUSE THE PEAP EMP 7-20 . MAJOR MOOPLI iCHAP5 FOUMD TOURWAY HERS, MEET MV FRIEND MONTMORENCY*, 'fhlS BUTLER/—THESE LADS Af?E LODGERS AT WOOPIB A<AMOR,A(0MTM0REhiCy -*.yiEN6 SEEN ROUGH- Itl6 IT IN THE' W00D£fO6£TMEe HELLO, GENTS/THE AWDT ARE OLD CLA^MATES Of ItEr 4 Cm\A CL06/THE'805£ I* AWAN{ ' SO 1 WAS 6LAt> HE DROPPED |r4-«« HAVEN'T EM HIM. 6INCE WE 00TH SAILED CUT THE- &Acu: y—-r>*>^r A RAMJET GLAPV-*-* - v ITTO /WEST VOLV r Al0rJTM0R6MCy/ ISO THAT'S -IHOW IT \S- BUGS BUNNY Getting Panned PRISCILLA'S POP ALLEY OOP FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS , ,MOT THAT ORDER GOBS , ^ JENNY "6 THfcT 6REENWALDS / J GREEN— WALD'S" (SULp) JENNY (3BEEN- WAU> FLIRTED WITH ME ALL LAST SEMESTER i SHE MKSHT SET TWE WRONO IDEA IF I SWOW UP AT HER DOOR/ Quick-Change Artist BY MERRILL BLO§£ JR THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNB Popping Off BY WILSON SCR' CAPTAIN EASY WHY? SHE? A TURMIN r 00Wt| WUK OWN ) HER BLTMIVT That Reporter Again BY LESLIE TURf SR SO VtoU WWTBD V HBV...Y(?U'V6 MliMR.POKeEl J BEEN CRVIWiSl I MUftT'TMX

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