Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 9
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August 1, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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Junior Editors Quiz on- SILHOUETTES lam**- CNCA*. times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Aug. 1, 1957 LITTLE L1X Yon can live your life only one day at a lime—and with thing? as Ihcy are today that's tough enough. oyr OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS I OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . .with. .. MAJOR H60PLE One of the boldest questions you i you, you'll know his faith, can ask is: "What religious faith j If he's not, you've no business are you?" If the person is close to asking, TIZZY By Kate Osann QUESTION: How did silhouette* get their name? ANSWER: From Etienne de Silhouette, Controlfer General of France In 1759, during the reign of Louie XV. Silhouette was a thrifty man. He tried to put hie country's ft nances in order and cut down many royal pensions. But he also devised a profile-making device. People sneered at this economical form of portraiture and called the shadow pictures "silhouettes." Our picture shows how it was done. The idea was not new — ancient Egyptians and Chinese had made shadow pictures long before this. But now they got new popularity, lasting for a hundred years. Then photographs took their place. In America's colonial days, silhouettes were sought-after since painted portraits were very expensive and painters not plentiful. George and Martha Washington sat for silhouettes. FOR YOU TO DO: Pin a sheet of paper to the wall where a light can cast a deep shadow. Seat your model between the light and the wall, to show the profile. Have the lamp fairly close to the head end level with it. Pencil lightly around the shadow outline. Cut It out and mount on a contrasting sheet of paper. (Your Idea for Junior Editors may be worth $10. Send it to AP Newsfeatures in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: What gives a baseball "bounce"?) ZZi BUGS BUNNY CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SWEETIE PIE n «l T-M. *H U.S. P tt. M. "Then may I have breekfast in bed tomorrow If I make it myself?" "Don't worry about the headache I had all evening, F redd Is I'm probably just hungryl" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroith fl By Nadine Seltzer T.M. IMf, B-». P«L ML "How were things at the salt mines today?" World Cities Answer cT "I've quit using perfumes—my boy friend reacts only to cooking a,romesl" ACROSS 1 Honda, Cuban harbor 6 Seaport at Atlantic entrance to Panama Canal 11 Embellishes 13 Explosive 14 Rounded 15 Emissaries 16 Fowl 17 Weapon 19 Seine 20 Encountered 22 Cities are a part of mpst -t 23 Pronoun 24 Pinnacle 26 Staer 28 Conducted 30 Eccentric wheel 31 One (Fr.) 32 Native metal 33 Highlander* 35 Arid 3? Indonesian of Mindanao 38 College cheer 40 Oriental coin 42 City in Oklahoma 43 Harem room 44 River in France 46 Bolivian city 48 Staggerer 32 Mining excavation (2 words) S3 Plighted faith 84 Low sand hills 55 Full of tidings DOWN 1 English city 2 Revoke a legacy 3 Stinging insect 4 Anger 8 Emmet 6 Wheel part 7 Individual 8 Small ftnch 9 Musteline mammal 10 Bird's home 12 Groove 13 Tamaulipas seaport 18 Knock 21 City in Illinois 23 Four-baggers Previous 5 25 Nevada city 27 Rendered fat 30 Automobile capital 33 Island in New York bay 34 Sorrowful 36 Color 37 Idolize 30 Stringed instrument 41 Christmas songs 42 Footless animal 45 Three in cards 47 Unclose (poet.) 48 Sibling of bud SO Lamb 81 Before BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Time is Short BY EDGAR MARTIN CM, G»OSVS> 1 E6A0,SIRHAPPYTO MEET A DIS7IN6LMSMED SOO* OF TUE| MOUSE OP PMILlBSRT *«f. SPRUNG FlMMlHE ©ASCONV* - PMILl8ERTS,X pffESUMS^MY 0^ ANCESTRY DATES £ACK tO SIE. 6ERIRAM HOOPLS V4HO WAS KMIGMTED 8V HO, MA30R, I'M OM£ OP 1H& 1 LIMOUSIN PHlLlgBETS/"—J IT WAS. OME OF M.V * « PEOPLE WHO SCOKWO A TKO OVSR SIRBCHACD WITH A CrtOSS- V4ILL VOL) tf>irt Mealy lt .v/ T WELL, 6 R § / VKKLD* Very Handy 20UNPS! i FORGOT MV COLLECTION PRISCILLA'S POP He's Had It BY AL VERMEER I KNOW, DEAR! »nJ BUT WAIT TILL "rOU SEE WHAT YOU GET FOR DESSERT' WWAt r S POR ) SM^tK DESSERT S r * 7 ALLEY OOP Out of It BY V. T. HAMLIN MORTY MEEKLE He Can't? BY DICK CAVALLI 1 FKECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Thanks, Blottol BY MERRILL BLOSSEft ARE *xi AM MOVED py CERTAIN TV COMMERCIALS?. Q hi o o q DO L0N6-W1M06D VIDEO SALESMEN GET UNDER, YOUR, THEM *XI NEED A 0LOTVO.'. BLOTTO PUSH-BLTTTOM COM- TfeOL. FROM. Vfc>UR ARMCHAIR SILENCES THESE INTRUDERS WITH A FUCK Of TWF FINGER.'YES-SIR-Be. , FOLKS, I SAY fTAGAWj THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE I'M CERTAINLV NOT <SOW ToJ TELL A NBWSPfcPSR RSP0BTER| OR IT WILL BE ALLOVBf. THE FRONT MX TOMORROW.' 1 4>7 News for the Editor I PROMISE IT WON'T. ANYHOW, IftA MOT A REPORTER., ADVERTISINGS MY JOB. BY WILSON SCRUGGS LATER, AT EDITOR CRsSDALE BARNES'S HOUSE... CAPTAIN EASY The Yacht? BY LESLIE TURNER GOOD. THBN I1L <5*T THB FOR Y0UK MOTHER.'^ OPERATION Hkm\ IP YOU EVB* STRIKE- OIL YOU CAW PAY It BACK. mi Mi. DID YOU EVER SEE THI$ IAANI R6V0 «TAUd>, AWARD THE YACHT? WE CANT 0I5CU&I WHAT VISITOR*^ ABOARD. BUT I PIP ROW A'MAN ASHORE* WHO10OK6P LIKBHIM AFBW0AVAA60!

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