Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 11
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July 25, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

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Junior Editors Quiz On — RUBBER MAKE FRIENDS When swimming in a public pool, be sure your manners are good. It is not good manners to monopolize the diving board, splash water on others, jump into the water close to someone who is TtmM Herald, Carroll, Iowa m «| • Thursday, July 25, 1957 | | •HiaiiHIMHHi It's harder to find a good lie on the golf course than one in the locker. room. yell and scream shove around the swimming, or and push and pool. A few rowdy, inconsiderate persons can ruin swimming tor everyone in the pool. TIZZY QUESTION: Does rubber eorne only from rubber trees? ANSWER: Rubber is just one more wonderful thing that Hie j Indians of America gave to the world. Not until 1876, however, was a rubber tree plant smuggled out of Brazil so that Its culture could start in Malaya and Other regions. Meantime an American, Charles Goodyear, learned to vulcanise I the stuff with heat and make it much more useful than its untreated | state. Today, it is extremely important, and it usad in automobile j tires and hundreds of other articles. You may know that now it is produced not only from rubber trees but artificially in big factories. But did you know that, besides the rubber tree, hundreds of other trees and plants yield rubber to greater or less degree? in getting it from the rubber tree, workers cut grooves in the bark, so that the raw latex drips down like sap. FOR YOU TO DO: Find some milkweed or goldenrod M you can, break off the stem, and see how sticky the sap is. These are among the plants that can be made to yield rubber, (Have you a good question of Junior Editors? It may be worth $10 if sent in care of this paper to Violet Moore Higgins, AP News- 1 features. Tomorrow: Why is the shrike called the butcher bird?) By Kate Osann OUT OUR WAY "You know, I think I've overcome my enthusiasm for baseball —on our last three detes Herbie's taken me tofjsandlot games!" CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "WHY cen't a government save money? It isn't married! tt doesnt pay taxesl" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith , m u .t. Fit. on. Q H»7 by WA !"«• "We're going out westl Butch says ifs six blocks that-a-wayl' Gone Fishin' Answer to Previous "The trouble with Eddie is that he's always working for some silly thing—now ifs to pay his way through dental college!" 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PLAINS-LIKE COUNTRY. ...BUT BEFORE I SO BARGING IN THERE. 1 WANT A. GOOD LOOK AT WHO OR WHAT 15 AROUND THAT LIGHT/ rat MORTY MEEKLB Yoo-Hool BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Z VEAH t/ " Oh, No, Never! BY MERRILL BLOSSBR AND HAVE TDU HEARD WMAT THEY'RE SAYIN6 ABOUT BAZOOf JUNE • HISTVP6 tS A D £U0MT 1 THANK: QOOOMESS YOU'RE A M.ORE RESERVEO ^ /islDTVIDUAL, f NEVER. / 00 AMY, TWIN6 TO INTEREST THOSE SLANDER.—— ELLAS' ft* THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE The Winner BY WILSON SCRUGGS CAPTAIN EASY He Saw Them* 6C4 .RW DI&WT MBBD , JOCK LIB5 TP THROW Wl» OFF THE TRACKi Hft 15 HBIATBDIBUTI'M TO APWIT ITl H&DENIfOlTTC AVOID HfitPINOMOW. ismm BY LESLIE TURNI1

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