Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 3, 1957 · Page 17
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 17

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 3, 1957
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Junior Editors Qut« on——~ INDIAN FOLKLORE QUESTION: What do Indians carry in their medicine bag*? ANSWER: Many North American Indians still follow the old tribal custom of carrying a medicine bag to ward off evil spirits Hiaf might bring illness or bad luck. Thes* brightly-painted bags, usually made el animal skin, eon tain herbs, drugs, (mail statues carved of wood or bona and charms such M an animal tooth or claw. Such things are believed by the Indians to be the temporary homos of a supernatural spirit or power which is capable of pro tecting the bearer against harm. FOR YOU TO DO: Many Indian medicine bags ar« exhibited fa museums. Next time you visit one, look at these bags. (You may win $10 by submitting a good Junior Editors question. e If you have one, send It to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, hi care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: Who was th« youngest American aver to command a naval ship?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Spending $34.50 for tranquiliiing pilfsl You got better result* when you (u»t bought a new hat once in a while!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith T.M. Ru. U.«. to Wl to CM *"»!«•• MM- "Now remember! No fightsl If Pili;|ou might be pretid.nt of you get f long with the other pu. the lenlor elan in high tehooll" 'time* Herald, 6arr&ll, I6we Tuesday, Sap*. 3, rtAKfi FRIENDS "I haven't told another soul," says the woman who is repeating something she promised not to tell. But when you leave her you have the uncomfortable thought, "I must never tell her anything I The Joy of motherhood \t what a woman experience! whefl* all the Wd« are In bed. don't want passed along." Don't make any exceptions when you promise to keep a secret . if you want others to trust you. TIZZY By Kate Osann SWEETIE PIE By Nadina Seltzer Radio Songstress Answer to Previous Puzzle ACBOB* tR*(Ho »ong«tres«, Betty—* T She is a versatile — » 1$ Oxidizing enzyme 14 "Lily maid ofAstolat" 16 Demons 16 Ohio city 17 Worm }B Russian storehouse £0 He gave and consecrated ae a gift (ab.) 81 Those who aeethe 93 Secular 26 Crimson 27 Apple center 81 Quechuan Indian 82 Incursion 33 One who (suffix) 34 Essential being 35 Italian city 36 Sorrowful 89 Solar dj* 40 She has appeared •with Fat 48 Recede 46 Tire part 4? Powerful txploelvt §0 Roof of the moutb SJAnchom DOWN f fashion 2 Drink* mad* with malt S Reverends « Oriental porgy 8 Small island 6 Squatter 7 Percolated slowly 8 Sicker 9 Negative vote 10 Secure 1) Geraint's wife in Arthurian legend 12 Peruse 10 Reverential fear M Dung beetle 82 Shriek 23 Speech defect 24 Against 25 Frosts 28 Hops' kilo 20 Get up 30 British statesman 86 Emphasis 37 Goddess of infatuation a£ Plays 4! Absolut* 42 Embellish 43 Epic poetry 44—-Banki, British Indie 45 Tattle 47 Journey 48 Firn 48 Very (Fr.) 61 Malt drink 83 Boundary (comb, form) » Beach dejtlnaHoo W Swords birds ROOTS AND HER BUDDIES Too Late, Luther BY EDCAR MARTIN dut .1. R. WILLIAM "I don't like Freddie's looks—he's always directing them at new I girls!" I "I said, d* you know what happens to people who play with t fire?" [' I j.ff. WILLIAMS flmT fci Nl« fcrrtw. »nt. T.M »g UJ. fit fl I LEARNEP HOW BEES MAKE HOWES HOW TUMBLE BUSS MAKE HAY, AMP STUPIEPALLTHE SON<3S OF B|RC*£ 1 LEARMEPA LOT EACH CM. BUT WHEM VACWIOW EWPEP AMP BACK IN SCHOOL Wfe'P RVP.K, THERE WEVER WAS A FATTER HEAP THI& SIPE OF WOAH'S ARK. 1-5 OUR BOARDING HOUS6 . * .with CLAMBAKES ALW !Kf<t^5V fit 81 ** *** Lll <l A (?AIU> M '!!f R J f?oAo ^RecK/*vf^'^ IMMY 1 MUST HAME 6T5ALIMS 1HII?0 BASE (K> TM® , y<DU'P?£ STILL IN T5MPLSS UfcTAI /VULt) eveey v BUGS BUNNY Proof Positive STEP INSIPE... MAYPE I'LL SAVE VA TH' TRIP! . ..ISEEVASIVIN'HER TH'FLOWERS...SHE _. CLOBBERS VAAN'... T MV CRYSTAL BALL PON'T LIE,PORKY! I'LL /»/CDHf IT! ... SHE LOVES VA , SHE LOVES VA /I/Or/ SATISFIED? I'M GOING TO PATCH UP M-MV OUARREL WITH PETUNIA AND SEE IF SHE STILL LIKES PHOOEY! I BELIEVE THIS HOOEY.' PRISCILLA'S POP Okay With Her BY AL VBRMEEf BUT $IIOO FOR A BARN.' DO YOU REALIZE WHAT THAT T MEANS? SURE! AT LAST WE'VE GOT A PLACE TO KEEP A HORSE.U I IT'S GOOD PROPERTY DEAR! I'M SURE WE CAN DO SOMETHING- WITH IT/ ALLEY OOP Red-Headed Robin? BY V. T. HAMLIN IT'S A, VERY ORNTTHOLOGICWL SPECIMEN... IN ALL POSSIBILITY-'WE" CNE OP nra KIND IN-THE' .WORLD.' YEH? WELL, MY A-REDHEADED ROBIN. 1 ITS UKB t SWD THE OTHER CW, OOP.- DONE wrm TIME-MACHINE RESEARCH... I'VE HAD IT/ DOC, DOM'T HAND ME THNT/ MORTY MEEKLE BY DICK CAVALU WINTHROP PUTS ON A GOOD ACT. HEH HBH I LEAVE YOU NOW. HOLA, IARTHMAN.' I AM FROM THE PLANET PLENTRON.' WE HAVE NOWI6HTO HARM YOU. WE COME INPEACe. HOLA/ RETURN ANOTHER TIME MRS. DUDLEY SAYS TO COME IN. SUPPER'S ON THE TABLE- BY MERRILL BLOSSEH FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WELL, Bx NEED A RAISE MAMMER. 15 VWJCM I'VE POP — ABOUT ALtOWAMCE START IN AOAN A60UT OVER/ I'LL HAVETb ACCUSTOMED IS VM7 b, MCA 8fr*., IM. TM. <*t- 1*». f* ««• THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Low Opinion BY WILSON SCRUGG* BUTI HAVE VET TO M66TOME WHO IS NOTA SPOLEROEMWttJINS^MATERlAUSTK r-^ MARTHA WAVW5 VISITS... WOMAW4»AT1N<S NOVELIST GABWH. BDAWC,,. 60 OUT WITH WOMEN/ SORR/,1 CANTTAK5 Help? How? BY LESLIE TURN ill I l WEU.I'MIW CM PK0BABUY IM WOK5E- MOOP THAW BUT MAkVae we CAM HELP PACH OTHER j WHEN PC? 'BUT YOU TOIP Hg« POW'T HAV& ANVJ vou KNOW I CAM <5feT IT? COULPN'T RAj|i y A WHAT AK5 YOU

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