Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 16, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 16, 1957
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iintof tdttors Qui* on- COINS MAKCfRKNOS Saying "You're wrong," to a person who has made a statement with which you disagree is hardly the way to win friends or sell Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa IV Friday, Aug. U, 1957 / IHH I T* T* La EM IMI^ZP If there's one fool born -every minute, at Barnam said,, where do all the rest of them come from? your own ideas. There are more tactful ways of offering a different opplnion. TIZZY By Kate Osann QUESTION: When win coin* invented* ANtWIRt Imasine lugging a load of wheat a store to "toy" a toy. Or carrying a bag of salt to a theater'to "pay" for a ticket. Well, that's exactly what people dfd centuries ago whan Mtay wanted to gat something they needed. The custom of barter, •r "swapping," wae about the'only way of exchanging goods. Then about 700 B. <t„ as near as can be determined, the Greeks Mt en the Idea of lightening their load by making the first known eelne. They were pieces of gold or silver, roughly stamped with pieturee of rulers, war heroes or great battles. Paper money did not appear untH about 1400 A. D. in China. FOR YOU TO DO: Start a coin collection. You can buy an hv expensive set of old United State* and foreign coins as a starter. Or you eon start just by saving pennies and getting all the different detos you can. (A $10 award goes to Ricky Smith of Oakland, Calif., for this question. Send yours to Viotet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeaturee, in car* of this paper. Tomorrow: Why do people speak different Ian- ouagosT) OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS 'The way to a man's htart is through hl« stomach, so I'm looming how to make peanut brittlel"^ • OUR BOARDING MOUSI * • . With • EGAD /tWlGGS /TUSLCWANSB IN MY iSROTHBR :JJA«B l& AS). <5l ?ATiPYlNG ASA TA* CUT/ RBAP Hi/ft W RIOT" - to^BOK >AR&ERS A URANIUM A WT SQY£R. MA80R : 6AMS OP i WHEN YOU TURKE < Mm e-it •UOS BUNNY Who's Scared? PRISCILLA'S POP SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer CARNIVAL By Dick Turner musics. Hi Ci 1MT »> m« S**» N» ALLEY OOP MORTY MEEKLE "I think the fish you hooked has a mustache and smokes a Pipel" Missing Words Answer to Previous Puzzle m *M% teeoh/ecf then) During the hot weather we'll try to solve only the lighter world problems!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbroirii "Let's no* atop here, George—-it can't be much of e place M they still have a vacancy!" ACROSS IThe -—of your U(« 5 Moist •Pernod and It-—— an* deuces IS Musical instrument 14 Pie——mods 15 «t mssdames IT Butterflies 15 The play —— happily IS down to work St The right —» of the bed SS sister S4Tree1uioe 37 Evict 39 Keats, tor instance IS Card same 34 Bee settlement 3« — aside 17 Clergyman 38 — no evil- l» A- U the tongue 41 Compass point 43 French dance 44 of Satan 4S Stringed instruments 4fSvade 83 Come one, come M Those who eon read and write ! 86 On land, on ——and la theatr STMslt beverages • 8sJ ^^J^e^sTWOOH. parties SB Dawn goddess BO Not. a rod it Serf DOWN 1 asa kitten 3 Sacred image I your ways 4 Worms 8 Female rabbit 6 Mistrusts 7 or less 8 Nuisances 5 Light water crafts 24 Biblical name 48 A of candidates 48 Flower holder 47 Groin (prefix) 48 Cleopatra's river 80 Shoshonean Indians 51 College official 39 Salt and—— 52 Essential 40 Stop, look being and — 55 Superlative 4$ in time suffix 35 Common in the head or back ' 36 Geometric curves 38 Chinese river 20 Love god 10 Century plant 31 Ninevah 11 —meeting .and M Gibbering 38 Of the country ISA of conversation 93 Songs for two ROOTS AND HER BUDDIES Introduction CAPTAIN IASY

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