Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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lunior Editors Quiz on- NEWSPAPERS Times Herald* Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Au0. 29, 1957 LITTLE kUIX Everybody Is taller In the morn- Ins and shortest at the end of the month. When Sadie takes up any sport is talking about, or hobby,, she immediately sets I The know-it-all doss, however, herself up as an authority. Every j either annoy or amuse others be- once in a while she finds herself; cause he pretends to know so sounding off to" sdmeone who is | much when actually knowing so really an expert in the field she' little. QUESTION: What was the first newspaper? ANSWER: Tha first known newspaper was the "Tsing Pae," a court journal published In Peking, China. It started about 500 A.D. and was continued until 1935. Before the invention of type, It was produced from carved blocks of wood. In Europe, the forerunners of printed newspapers were written newsletters. They were sent out regularly by Roman scribes to businessmen and politicians in distant cities to keep them informed of happenings in Rome. In 1450, Johann Gutenberg, a German printer, invented a printing prefs that used movable type—a separate block for each letter —and revolutionized the printing industry. The Invention made printing easier, but it was not until 1609 that the first regularly- published newspaper appeared in Europe. This was the Strasburg ^Relation" in 1609. The first newspaper published In the American colonies was "Publlck Occurrences," issued in Boston In 1690. In the United States today there are about 1,800 daily and 10,000 weekly and semiweekly papers. FOR YOU TO DO: Visit your local newspaper and learn all the intricate things that go into printing a paper. ($10 goes to John Wilker of St. Catharines, Ontario, for submitting this question. If you have one, send it to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: Why do tigers have stripes?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "You'canf tell much about them in swim trunks—sometimes they look entirely different in an apronI" SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith T.M. ».,; U.S. Fil. OH. « 1M7 br MA SviUt. Int. "I quit worrying about stocks going down when I get home—the wife Is always having a nervous breakdown about grocery prices going upl" 1 TIZZY u u By Kate Osann U U U u OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS "I'm |ust looking to see what there Is about the back of our car that makes so many people blow their horns at it!" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltzer n "Careful not to startle her—fust sneak up and grab her before she takes that bottom cenl" State of the Union Anawor to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 "Beehive State" 5 "Granite State," — Hampshire 8 "Buckeye State" 12 Painful 13 Rubber tree 14 Crucifix 15 Geraint's wife in Arthurian legend 16 Wifeof Aegir (myth.) 17 Sea eagle 18 Broods of bittern* 20 Feminine appellation 21 Mariner's direction 22 Self-esteem 23 Violent fust of wind 26 Mimeograph 30 Conger 31 Eternity 32 British money of account 33 Collection of sayings 34 Mineral spring R 35 Pillar 36 Wards off 39 Cherry seed 41 Scottish river 42 Blemish 43 Writer's mark 46 Puffs up 50 Assam silkworm 81 Cooking utensil 58 Base 54 Roster 65 Winglike part 66 Ireland. 57 Body of water 88 Unit of reluctance • 89 For fear that DOWN 1 Employs 2 Musical quality 8 Dry 4 Shrubby boundaries 5 Doctor's assistant 6 Note in Guldo's scale 7 Small tumor 8 "Beaver State" 9 Antler 10 Beloved of Nydla 11 Poems 19 East (Fr.) 20 Era 22 Volcano In Sicily 23 Ursa 24 Unaspirated 25 Exclamation 36 Soaks up, as gravy 27 "Centennial State" (ab.) 28 Persia 29 Tardy 31 Royal Italian family name 37 Form a notion 38 Harden 39 Salt 40 Journey 42 Iron 43 Prison room 44 Operatic solo 45 Hazard 47 Weary 48 Ancient Greek city 49 Dispatched 51 Golfer's term 52 Chemical suffix OUR BOARDING HOUSi with MAJOR HOOPLI TSAR AMOS .lNE GOT A BIG IM AW EYE PARTIN V COMPANY WITH IRIS OLD 6EE-TAR —VME HAD 60 A\AMV HAPPV CAREFREE HOURS TOGETHER/- LET'5 SNMIM6 THlS TDSAU C20ICK 1 VMON ^T &REAK D0VM~~ I'M ALL PACKED TO TAKE OFF *v YOU (30TTH& INDEED YES^A^/ HERE S 4 THE MONEY/—' AMD D0WT| TAKE IT TOO H ARNOLD CHAP "--YOUR GUITAR VMlLL BE |t4 600D HANDS «~T'LL LAVISH THE AFFECTION ON IT A DOTINS© MOTHER 6NE5 HER WAYWARD /r& TRULY TOUCHING SCErt£2 8-H fl& 1WT >y HU Ur>*», t -l T.M. teg. tU. >H. Q*| BUGS BUNNY PRISCILLA'S POP The Planner BY AL VERMEBR WE'D BETTER NOT Ml WE TOO FAR! SCHOOL STARTS IN A FEW DAVS' ,NEXT WE TAKE A LEFT TURN TO ALASKA.: ALLEY OOP LePs Find Out BY V. T. HAMLIN I COULDN'T SAY ALLEY... I SAW HIM LEAVE ABOUT AN HOUR AGO... CARRYING HIS BINOCULAR CASE. MORTY MEEKLE Trapped BY DICK CAVALLI CLAVMDP MAVI INTRODUCE MYSELF? MY NAME 16. WHAT HAPPENED? WE'VE STOPPED J REALLY? HOW DELIGHTFUL/ ) 1M7 by Nil ttrriw. kM. T.M. «»f U.t. Pit Off. we* FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS That's a Break? BY MERRILL BLOSSIR ^k>V .. X THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Aftermath BY WILSON SCRUGGS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Dory's Philosophy BY EDGAR MARTIN ? MJLTHtsM SWOBS TOR >sou, n *U6GV.E«o\ MOST fcVERX- VAOW CAN I fcVIK. THfcNK TROT N\CE WR,T*U« NOT q ^m, BUT \& OP fcVAOfcS. fcY.LTWPB* COLOW&. BE1N6 A MXVMONMWE,' •HE'D HfcVE JUST 1V6WTU\M6. 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