Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
Page 7
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r—Junler idlton Qui* on- QUIZ QUISTIONt Dow a swan ting • "twin tanft" ANSWER: Thera it a legend that tht swan, silent all its lift, tmgw • beautiful tens when it diet. For that rttsen, people refer to a man's final speech in off let or hit laet ttttement at hit "twang tang." Tht legend doubtless rtftrt to Europe's mutt swan, tht kind an* usually ttat In American parkt and xoet. It hat a black bump at the bate of Its bill in fact mutt* er tilent, matt «f tha time. About aH ont htart it do it hist. But don't ba too turt that tht swan song, legend htt no basis in fact. In America art two nativa swans, both now scares because af Hunting in tht past. Their eatl nptet art laud and can ba hoard readily. And hunters have reported that at Itatt ont of thtst, tht whistling swan, sings a plaintive and musical sang just bo- fort it dias — unllkt any of Itt calls at normal times. FOR YOU TO DO: Cygnatt jbaby twant) Ilka to ride on thair mother's back. Pasta this picture on heavy paper. Cut out the cygnet and Insert the tab in tha slot on Mama Swan's back. (You may win $10 by sanding a good Junior Editor's question tt> Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. Tamerrow: When ware coins invented?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "What kind *f a vacation la this—nothing to do but tit around and rest!" SIDE GLANCES *Pertentiiy I 'va reaehtd tht tttge where I'm net afraid af what tha fashion expert* tayr MAKffRlENOS When yot» accept an Invitation, accept it with enthusiasm. A half* hearted acceptanct if let* flatter, ing than a rtfuial. It It alwayt a pletsurt to offer Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa taw Thursday, Aug. .15, \9&7 / LITTLE: LIT . Thtra't nothinat new, about f w ing the buck. But they, pgtar' pasted at foit at they do now** hospitality to a person who knows how to accept it with a ihow of pleasure. TIZZY By Kate Osa nit "These are just proof*—of course when they're retouched they'll look just like mel" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "Go to bedl Theft tH I heart Can't you think up something original?" Fruit* Antwtr to Previout 1ST ACROM I ITropieal American fruit « Bananalik* fruit 14 Dress U Fruit that It boiled, pickled or preserved MOoddeatof the moon MStorehousee 16 One* lattat 17 Pillar 10 Viper 30 drapes are -tomalM wine 84 Prof essiont 27 Makes haK 11 Funeral notices 12 Get up 13 Caterpillar hairs 14 Taut 15 Greek gravestone 16 Turned away 18 Splinters 40 King of Judah (Bib.) 48 Observe 44 Priority (preflx) 47 Leasehold right 80 Abrogate 83 Citrus fruit MAfterparta of boat* 88Diitipata e^tSbertlfaikJ^.' beings DOWN 1 Catch breath eonvulsivtly llhoihontag g Gudrun's husband 4 Contend 8 Scottish alder tree • Light touch 1 BratUlan wallaba 8 Father • Affirmative votes to Stinging infect It Lamprey nsherman M rondloa II Onager 30 Flower parts 31 Staranew 32 Click-beetle 38 Challengers 84 Indian ' measure 25 Encourage 26 Ceremony 88 Aromatic plant 39 Essential being SO Fruit part 36 Haill 37 Shifts 39 Small island 40 In a line 41 Wheys of milk 42 Genus of ducks 44 Saucy 45 Hindu queen 46 Lohengrin's bride 46 Powerful explosive 40 Bra SI Summer (Fr.) 82 Writing implement JlfgJ JBLi r r BOOT* AND HSR BUDDIBI BY EDGAR MARTIN OUT OUR WAV BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING- HQU86 tort THE OLD ;frRu/v\peT* BUGS BUNNY No Dtal PRISCILLA'S POP ALLEY OOP y . . Slight Expense WELL. NOW, \UXX, MR.CODGER,WOULD HMvvw... I \ VOU MIND SHOWING US TEU.NOU WHW.A DUNNO/ \ THE 10CO POUNDS M3U WE'LL TRADE VOU \ SOUNDS / TOXOUTOF MERE? EVEN, OUR MINE GOOD, FORNOUR TC^M-./ BUT. HOWS THAT? I*. YESJHST MIGHT HELP US OUR MINDS. SURE- COME ALONG/ BY V. T. HAMLIN THERE SHE B£~ VvVsa, NOT QUITE NCMt" PGGERS UP TO ;L 6 M,-REMEMBER WE A BIT OVER /HADTISPEND ALnTLS 8200,0007 f TOR BEANS, C0FFE5 AM'TOBACCY/ MORTY MEEKLE Ultimatum BY DICK CAVALLI GWiT VbUJOST SEE THEM H AGLO0T- THERE; QUAKING INIHEIR mrm BOOTS)! CAPTAIN EASY

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