Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 5, 1957 · Page 6
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August 5, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Jwftfer Editors Quiz on FLOWER MAKE FRIENDS V Time* Herald, Carroll, l«wa Monday, Aug. S, lWf There has to be. of course, a last person or couple to leave a party. Don't always be that one. Some big league baseball teams don't have to worry about being switched to another town. No other city would want them. QUESTION: What ts the largest flower In the world? ANSWER: AiHree-foot large iwngle plant known as Rafflesia Arnold!, discovered on the Island of Sumatra in 1816. This plant is without stem or leaves. Flesh-colored, it weighs as much as 15 lbs. and measures maybe a yard across. The huge petals ere up to three quarters of an inch thick. The flower has a round center which resembles an automobile Hre, forming a hollow bowl which can hold two gallons of liquid. Before the petals open, Rafflesia looks somewhat like an outsize cabbage. One* the petals unfold and the flower reaches its full size, the plant decays within a day or two. Unlike many flowers, Rafflesia has a terrible smell — like spoiled meat. FOR YOU TO DO: Observe the flowers in gardens near your home and learn the names of as many as you can from grownups and friends. (A $10 award goes to Fred Huber Jr., of Clifton, N. J., for this question. Whafs yours? AP Newsfeatures. Tomorrow: Which has more neck bones, the giraffe or a sparrow?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Trtfy set through your tape recordings—the least you can do is sit through their home movies!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith or SS. T.M Si t . U.S. Pit 0«. <£ I9S7 by NEA &«<.*.. U& be miserable If I couldn't nag my George about something" BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES TIZZY By Koto Oionn OUT OUR WAY "I've decided to improve my mini!—from now en I'm only going to date intellectuals!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer 'Those stamps you gave me aren't any good—my letter came back, postage duel" Armed Forces Answer to Previous Puzzle B" ACROSS lType of military plane 4 Bugle cell 8 Grade 12 Service club 13 Expert fliers 14 In the same place 15 Armed Forces' Uncle 16 Meddle 18 Water glass 20 Actress, Terry 21 Assent 22 Heraldic band 24 Makes a fox-hole 26 Pen name of Charles Lamb 27 Watched 30 Sharper 32 Indolent 34 Tighter 35 Tried out 36 Worm 37 Embezzles 39 Musical directions 40 Discharge a rifle 41 Two 42 Look fierce 45 Always 49 What Poe'i raven said 51 Individual 52 Fruit drinks 53 War god 54 Soldier's bed 55 Lave 56 Cape 57 Female sheep DOWN 1 Fair 2 Biblical name 3 Weapons 4 Airplane parts 5 Skin disorder 6 British soldiers' fuel 7 Compass point 8 Sharpshooter's weapon 9 Brother of Cain (Bib.) 10 Jeep accessory 11 Paradise 17 Tell 19 Conquers 23 Tumult* 24 Fruit 25 Desserts 26 Mistake * 27 Quietly (2 words) 28 Where sailors travel 29 Espouses 31 Weirder 33 Give w as a military order 38 Prior 40 New 41 Military command, —- right 42 Chew 43 Spartan queen 44 Prayers 46 Mineral rocks 47 Enough (poet.) 48 Anatomical network 50 Able-bodied sea—— 1 i r- «. \ r- ir it ft N A K r IB W w w 21 w P P w i u w< 9 P P P a m i ir i ST R H H *l CaAPRSfe OF THE CC«Vrp«C®»" TT'S SOCA SPOT FCXR VP TV\EKE*& fsVWWVi<S>, CtoST HOO, PUt ^St VET e*«g ViViOLtf vyfeL6\ [-pes! 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