Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 30, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 30, 1957
Page 7
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r—J unlor Editors Quiz on ANIMAL QUIZ MAKE WIEKOS When a friend or acquaintance shows you through her new home don't make such remarks as "I was wondering why you didn't do this" or. "You know you could have done such and such." Just admire the house as it is. Never Timet Herald, CarHH, Friday, Aug. 30, T957 LITTLE L.IX The older generation waited for opportunity to knock. Modern kids expect it to ring an electric bell. mind the things you notice that might have been improved upon You can put all those improve- mets in your own house when you build. OUT OUt WAY BY J. R. WILLIAM! IM jserriW TO LIKE SU&ARIM 50UP--BUT PONTSPlLL ANYMORE/ ITS JUST w&rr, NOW.' QUESTION: Why does a tiger have stripes? ANSWER: The tiger it one of many ariirhali whose color* blend Into their natural background for protection or concealment. When stalking smaller animals for food, the tiger's stripes | blend with the plants and trees of the jungle and enable him to creep up on his prey unnoticed. The tiger is one of several animals nature has blessed with a bulIMn camouflage. Some animals actually change their color to fit the season or their environment. The best-known of these Is the chameleon, a lizard which alters its color In the twinkling of a* eye FOR YOU TO DO: Next time you visit a zoo, stop at the reptile ! House and watch a chameleon change its colors. (Hedwig E. Garrard of Tyler, Tex., won $10 for this question. Send yours to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of Hits newspaper. Tomorrow: How old wee Jesus when he preached In the temple?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "He's one of the armys most brilliant strategists—a military genius in planning an appropriations battle!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh "You were so sweet the other day when I looked so long and didn't buy anything, I thought I'd come, back and |utt look •round agalnl" TIZZY By Kat« Osann OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with MAJOR, H00P,L1 66AD/ IT JUST OCCURS T<P \MB I HA\JE A vJEX(N<3 Pt20SL&/W*-AiOW THAT IN& PURCHASED.THIS PRICELESS STRADlVARIjJS SUITAG FROM MY STUPID BROTHER, HOW . SHALL! SELi; it viiLL A FORTUNE? — 6L5T IT£ -SALEAAJILL BE A HEAD LIME ON FROf^T PASEA ,VvA«26 THE' FAMSO A Sn?ADlVA*l ^ i 6\)ER MADE A , f <SLMTA£*«tt < MUST DEAL IN SECRET WITH ||AT6RMATlOMAL i • EXPERTS — M HAk- KAFF/ .YES, Art© .•WHERE- DID Vou SET IT 3 •UOS BUNNY Narrow Escape PRISCILLA'S POP Just a Suggestion BY AL VERMEB* "Wouldn't it be thrilling if a boy would look at you Hke this?" SWEETIE PIE By Nadinc Stltxer BUT, MOM! DON'T YOU TMINK I'M GETTING A LITTLE TOO BI6 TO BE PICKING- UP A BUNCH OF TOYS? ALLEY OOP What Goes? BY V. T. HAMLIN "This one's a hopeless easel" Right Around Homt ACBOSS 1 Furnace fuel 4 spring mattress • Yard 13 Home decorating, for instance It Monster 14 Toward the sheltered aide 16 Ocean 19 Home covering (2 words) 16 or papered walls 50 Small (coll.) 21 Legal matters 32 Long periods 24 pudding 26 Hireling 27 Health resort 30 Eluded 38 Found in a china closet 34 Concentration camp 35 Whole 36 Compass point 31 Get out, eatt 39 dolt devices 40 Made in the kitchen (pl.) 41 Father's retreat 42 Fine cotton thread 46 Began 49 Can be done in the recreation room 51 Mountain hi Asia Minor 62 Greek porch 88 Cue ^ 64 Indian, weight && Nursery knickknacka 86 Otherwise 53 High explosive DOWN lPant 2 Region 2 Access to the basement 4 Taxes and upkeep, for instance 8 Eye suggestively 6 Turkish decrees 7 Rent 8 Household gods 8 Century plant 10 Advertising sign 11 Rebel against 17 Volcano-like 18 Requires 18 Beginning 24 Communists 23 Currier and 26 Draw forth 27 BotanUt, for instance 18 French father 38 War god of Greece 31 Simpler 93 Speak 88 Attack 40 Entreaties 41 Italian poet 42 For fear that 43 Preposition 44 Cease 46 Found in the pantry 47 Homeof Adam and Eve 48 Missile 80 Definite article BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Preparedness FRECKLES NVATBD LARD FOR. SUPPER./ TPevfce WALKING OVER FROM LARD& HOUSE NOW* rTH6YRe WALKING .EH? I KMOWTHBY WONT TURfl DOWN AM OFFER To RIDE/ AND I kwow ^ LARD WONT* Be- ABLE TO TURN DOWN MY NEXT BY MERRILL BLOSSBK rvs lUa ^ ONLY wwi | CAN COUNT | ; ON A FAIR. SHARP I OF SUPPER, FOR J I !»»> H K1A two th. XM. Mf. US, Ft!. OH. THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE At Home Again !2l BY WILSON SCRUGQ* BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES No Visitors THERE VW»T VAJCH X CM* t)6 TO THJKWVL tAR.TRVJtf TOR fcU. THOSE UCAflEA-V <&WOE* WE <aEW Wstt PERHW>% TMEWE SREWV-X B«WE» APPLE ,T\)RNO\)fcfcft THWT DORM SUC^ fcESTEP,..OW.tA\%9 TRUE3 BY EDGAR MARTIN I'W LYLfcEETH BENNETT, FWM ACROSS THE LfcKE\ \% WR.TROVs.. **THtR\* VU. fsNp CPfciNOY RECEWS APPLE TURNCA>1R«A HOW QU^m\ V»EU.. TM^KSOO,WRS. BENNETT... TWAT IS WC TOOK J OH SURE, TURNS TRVlMSTOSAi OCT PUSH EACH OTHGR/ICU DtDi" OFF <>El Wisest i Ca CAPTAIN EASY No Chance BY LESLIE TURNER

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