Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 7, 1957 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, September 7, 1957
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Junior Editors Qui* on- BIBLE QUIZ QUESTION: Where WM the Garden of Eden? ANSWER: No one is certain where the Garden of Eden was, but experts cite two passages in the_. Bible which make them believe the garden was in the valley of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in what is now Iraq/ The Bible says the garden was located in a region known to be Israelite* in Biblical times and speaks of a river that went out from the garden and divided into four parts. It identifies one of the rivers as the Euphrates and the others as the Hiddekel, the Pison and the Gihon. From the description, most .theologians believe the Hiddekel is known as the Tigris, while the Pison and Gihon may be the Arakthu and Jukba rivers. The Bible says that God created Adam and Eve and placed them in a beautiful garden. There a serpent tempted Eve to eat the forbidden fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Eve persuaded Adam to eat the fruit also, and God banished them from the garden. After that they had to work for a living and suffer hardships. FOR YOU TO DO: Paste this picture on cardboard, color it and cut it out. Add it to your collection of Bible pictures. (Robert Barnett of Bessemer, Ala., won $10 for this question. » nd yours to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of is newspaper. Monday: How do birds fly?) The Browns always seem pleased to accept invitations but they rarely repay hospitality. That gets to be a little too one-sided for. Times Herald, Carroll, towa| Saturday, Sept. 7, 1M7 OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS When a woman given her has* band a look that 'speaks volumes she usually reads them to him later on. invited out less and less. When you accept an invitation you are incurring a social debt you most hostesses, so the Browns are 1 should repay. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Oh, come now, Mr. Harknessl There's no money to be made showing too much interest in the female category!" SIDE GLANCES By Golbraith T4L Kqr. U .8. P«. OH. "Your letters from Mr. Tutwiler are filed under the letter 'B' sir! Remember you said they came under the heading of baloney?" , . By Kate Osann "We'd better make a lot more sandwiches—I told the boys we're having a hen party and they'd better not try to crash!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "Can't a man wear Bermuda shorts without you two singing about romantic paradises in the South Seas?" Friendly Neighbor ACROSS 1 Friendly neighbor of U.S. 7 Its capital is 13 Idolized 14 Harvester 15 Classified 16 Armed fleet 17 Upper limb 18 Sacred song 20 Chief General Staff (ab.) 21 Snooze 23 Exist 24 Definite article 25 Beast of burden 28 View 29 Note in Guido's scale 30 Fowl 31 Low haunt 32 Mouths 33 Era 34 Hammer heads . 36 Subdivision of a phyle 37 Symbol for cobalt 38 Threefold (comb, form) 40 Airways company (ab.) 41 Kind of mill 44 Legal point 46 Make melodious 48 Its Northwest Mounted — is world- renowned 50 Teeter 51 Ester of oleic acid B2 Attacks 53 Garment maker DOWN 1 Spanish house 2 Embellish 3 Average 4 Craft 8 Profound 6 Augments •7 Papal cape . 8 Duration of office 9 Scottish cap 10 Athapascan Indian 11 Crowd 12 Brazilian macaws 10 Arabian robe 22 Promise 24 Occupant W 3 • • T A B t L i K A, N 6 A M e R 1 I A' 3 T e R N 6 «, i 6 A R, B S «, e D i A M te N A L B B A 3 1 S % ? • i X i u V ? 0 w 1 K a « 1 E s T A t B e T B «; A 0 6 & A 1* e 0 o 9 p ' 6 T 4 * A M 6 e» * i £ K s T A hi O i o T A ft 1 ft i M o * R E B e s p B «t « U B hi b R 6 26 Toward the sheltered side 27 Male 28 Withered 30 Garden implement 33 Lessens 34 Hawaiian food 85 Continued story 36 Made of oats 37 Retinues 39 Right-hand page 40 El—, Texas 41 Insect 42 Stain 43 Indian weight 45 Soothsayer 47 Employ 49 Hawaiian wreath Young Again BY EDGAR MARTIN UX BENNETT, HER UUWV \NfYb K\U.ED \W fcfcVJK TVUS suw vow© tw*w AAA. THESE QUESTION* '&©V>T VKX UX, Htf... 1P?.EU%0...%0... fV $KEt> WE FOR fs PfcTETH\*E'vENmG>, OUR BOARDING MOUSI MAJOR HOOPLi 5TILL,3"A40tf COULD ERR-- . A LETTER "Z.* AUGHT HAV& ESAU / A GREAT LIGHT IS «cpr4 <Cfi>AT £l4ED OSi IT ' DA\NN!NG/^MVJ?5RP1^ IOQS 8R0THER CJAkE MUST HAVE PICKED UP THIS SUiTAR AT 6AIWS PAWNSHOP FOR A PALTRY SUM TUSM FAkED A LETTER AMD FOISTED ITt>MME AS A STRADIVARI US FOR *I50 — fAP/i ARM OF COINCIDENCB WOULD MMBTO SB LOMSER TW AM THS • REACH OF TMOSS <SREEDy BOARDERS, ~~X'LL 30 <SBE 5AM TOMORROW I BUGS BUNNY Big Help PRISCILLA'S POP She Wanted to Know WELL, TO BE PERFECTLY, FRANI MA'M.. BY AL VERMEER ... IT WOULD BE . CHEAPER TO MAKE A NEW, SCRAPBOOK'. ALLEY OOP Sad, Isn't It? BY V. T. HAMLIN BY DICK CAVALU i WONDER HCW aD YOU HAVE TO BE BEPORE VOtfRe ENTITLEO TO PREE0OM OP SPEECH? ~— BY MERRILL BLOSSER BY WILSON SCRUGGS P CAPTAIN LESLIE TURNER &0 I WftNT TO WAkf W FRI&WP, BLIAO LOHR, THB WEW BENBFICIARy IM TH» MOiQQO POUCH ifP^ /(A

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