Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 4, 1957 · Page 7
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 4, 1957
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r Junior Editori Qulx on- HISTORY QUIZ fRIENOS Unless you can get rid of flies and mosquitoes, don't plan to entertain guests out-of-doors. Times Hereto Cerrell, lew* ma Wednesday* Sept. 4,. 1WT OUT OUR WAY Hidden taxes would be all right If there were only some place for the taxpayer to hide.. They won't be comfortable if , they are slapping at mosquottea or; I trying to keep files off food. TIZZY By Koto Osann QUESTION: Who was the youngest American ever to command a naval ship? ANSWER: David Farragut joined tht Navy at the ago of 9 and showed such aptitude that he toon became a midshipman. He was serving on the "Essex" under Capt. David Porter in the War of 1812. When the "Essex" captured a British ship off Chile, Porter had 1 young David command it en route to port. David was then 12 years •id. Farragut moved up quickly in the Navy. He fought pirates in the West Indies, participated in the Mexican War and helped establish Mare Island Navy Yard in San Francisco. He became a Northern hero In the Civil War for his part in the capture of New Orleans and Mobile. In the latter battle he uttered his famous remark: "Damn the torpedoes. Pull speed ahead." After the fall of Mobile, Congress honored Farragut by making him America's first rear admiral, FOR YOU TO DO: Paste this picture on cardboard, eut it out | and color iK ( (Robert Smith of Midwest City, Okia., won $10 for this question. Send yours to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this | newspaper. Tomorrow: How does a fly walk on the celling?) CARNIVAL "I'm starting dinner new, father—will you be ready to eat be>» By Dick Turner I t*een 4 and 7:30?" SWEETIE PIE By Nadint Stlrxtr "OH, nothing muehl These first few day* we're just getting acquainted!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrcrith T.M. A.(. U.». Pit, OH. (ft 1M> b» HtA Ittvic, Im. "Don't you have a quartet?" School Days ACROSS 60 Italian eiqr 1 Kind ©t sohooi 61 Gaelic great to get back to the office from vacation, Mies Weems, after a month working to get that summer cottage In shapel" SGood at recltlnf 6 Eton student 12 Courtyard 13 Verdi opera 14 Feminine appellation M Tried for school honors M Household god 16 Genuflect 19 Worn In appearance ftl Mentally sound '•• 26 Consume „ 24 Recede 87 Law student subject 3ft Mother of Helen of Troy 32 Sohooi book 34 Music class study (pi.) 36 Divide 67 Second-hand deal 66 One who (suffix) SO Faiteninf 41 Meadow 42 Harness part 44 Soaks up 46 What a schoolmarm . does 46 Run together 53 Night bird 54 Leaves the country 56 Lamprey 57 Subterfuge 58 Numbers 59 What medietj students would be, <ab.) DOWN 1 Kind of writer 3 Metallurgist's study 6 Heredity unit 4 Detests 6 Aeriform fuel 6 Suppler 7 Notion 6 A school to Previous Puzzle) 1 |6 Flneet 36 Used after school (pi.) guard wears it 28 Body led* 6 Two-sid 16 Persian poet 1 1 Playground 6 Click-beetle SO High winds 12 Geographical pdint 24 Historical periods 30 Valley 61 Bewildered IS Type of architecture 36 Used in cooking class 40 Help 43 In that place (ab.) 46 Blackboard material 46 -the line 47 Pitcher 46 Australian ostriches 60 Passage m the> brain 61 Studies 82 Essential being 66 Driving command BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Conspiracy BY EDOAR MARTIN I M NO\> TO GIT «iC¥**TVW&* WOO CM0.,,UIAfcrTH Tttvuit »AO«» WHM TMV* ty A R. WILLIAMS I , OUR BOARDING HOUSE . , .with , . , MAJOR HOOP^§ E0ATJ,3ASOtf. , Y0Li , R& , LOOKING AS HAL& AMD] HEAfcTVASA LlFfc*< eUAKD/-^ PROSPSfcOO* J TOO/'**' I'MSr MISSED V&O 0FT6U OURlMc* " tME * '., Y4HB«?E HAMBY^L> 0e &rt,O»Al4 VACATION? NCfiX LEt^T LAS,'SPftl -IHB SVSMIN 4 AM* tHRajfci . mjt *Ay. LOOI< MlsrAhtMA' »'\MRSR6 VOL* l?ETUI?NiS BUGS BUNNY Sounds Like Nol hf I'M NOT KEIPIN6 MOO AM I? STOP Y OKAY, BUT WEADIN 6 ) D'YA MIND IF OVER MV \IPEADTH' 5 HOUL 0 EI?! \ SPORT < SCWAMIJ! PASE FIPST? 1' PRISCILLA'S POP The Dog's Life BY AL VERMES* Across this $r«a* \ And all thej boys V: J. i_ i ±J!A~K t I V itw< AIKIC mill \ax bW> land today Tfen thousand schools will start* " and Olrls will learn •fU things that . . makei thewn smaHfc ? - «, school is $ood or* everyone, ' That $oes wltnoUt . debate... ALLEY OOP It's for the Birds BY V. T. HAMLrM MORTY MEEKLE WAS I 6URPRI5ED WHEN V0U SUO0E5TBP THAT Wf PINE 9Y CANDLELIGHT, BRUTUS. VOU USUALLY HATE TO. mm )t4 AND t THOUGHT YOU WERE GOING TO SNEAK OFF TO PLAY {, POKER TONIGHT BUT YOU STAYED, HOME WITH ME, DIONT YOU? No, You Didn't V BY DICK CAVALL! -FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Quick Change BY MERRILL BLOSSER KiMOSIbN PWTTY BOfyS/ SiTTtR SOlAMr^MOMt ONE pica/ HHSEel THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE An Arrival BY WILSON SCRUGGS f AW.BARKIW;MY ^ ^•RCTHBR SAID SCO HOU.T L €6| mimuttr ASAVSOHKUPSOMA BGWORS5UCTTJIS6DIFreiMC/ RAILROAD BRID68 MINSTERWEHRU 'AWieDIM X THiCTHBRNtOKT. HER?/ r WB.l»THAT <SA •rAWVH0W,HESAIDICAM6O WSW ONS ON MGZteAa TO WRITW4 A NATplffi CDL0MN FOR *X1 SO 1 CAM ' BARM TH6 BIKE VOU WAMT10 OIVEME/ WCAWWHILfyAT IWOJSTATIOW., CAPTAIN EASY Life and Death Matter VOU TKB BgNe ^KUARY OP- MV §2 ^0(70 lUSURAtlce POLICY WOO. THB CA»H r NBftD NQwTO 5PSNP MV L ^T0AV *IU COMPORT! BY LESLIE TURN IK

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