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August 6, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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.Junior Editors Quiz on- ANIMAL QUIZ Time* Herald, Carroll, lewt Tuesday, Au§. 4, 19S7 A host is a host, not a doctor. Constant complaints of pain during a visit often force him or her The fall-out that has most of M worried ts from our pay cheeks. to offer help they shouldn't have to consider. If it's that bad, go home. QUESTION: Which has mora bones In its naek, the giraffe or ~ the sparrow? ANSWER: The sparrow. Like most mammals the giraffe, de- Spite Its Very long neck, has only seven neck-bones, or vertebrae. The sparrow has 14. The giraffe te the tallest of the mammals, growing up to 18 feet in height. It lives only In Africa—and, of course, in a lot of »os, where this handsomely spotted character is a major attraction. A giraffe is very fast and can outrun most horses. If you can get a good look at his eyes, which is rather difficult, you will see that they are strangely beautiful—brown, with long lashes. In the mid die ages, the giraffe was known as the cameleopard, because people thought he had the characteristics of both a camel and a leopard. One striking thing about the giraffe is that he's absolutely mute and can't cry out no matter how much he feels like it. FOR YOU TO DO: Color this picture, paste It on cardboard, cut it out for your animal collection. . (Dale Spencer, Moses Lake, Washington, wins $10 for this idea. Send yours for Junior Editors to AP Newsfeatures in care of this paper. Tomorrow: Where does the rainbow get its color?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I don't know what line he plans to follow, but he's very vtr- satllo—never works me the same way twicel" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith Is]- g >*6 T.M. R<(. U*. on, tD 1M7 by NCA In. "Oledys certainly Is a talker, Isn'^she, Mother? Sayl You didn't do all those dishes by yourself I" TIZZY By Kate Osann OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS I OUR BOARDING HOUSE "Jeepers, one of these days we'll stop growing and then we'll have to wear last year's clothes!" 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