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September 9, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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Junior Editor* Quiz on- EXPLORATION MAKE f RIENDS 9/i 1 A teen-ager wants to know if it would be all right to give a birthday party for another teen-ager and ask all the guests to bring one dollar instead of a gift, No, it Tim* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, Soot. 9, 1957 y LITTLE LJX You can tell a movie Is pretty old tf the bandits drive up to the bank and find a parking apace. wouldn't. That sounds more like inviting guests to a benefit than to a birthday party. isn't in good taste — so don't do It. ©UT OUR WAY J. R. WILLIAMS QUESTION: What ship fir** silled the Hudson River? ANSWER: In 1609, the Dutch East India Company commissioned Henry Hudson, an English navigator, to search for a northwest passage to China or India. Hudson set sail,in his ship, the "Half Moori," and four months later reached the eastern coast of America near present-day New York City. While exploring this area, Hudson discovered a wide river which he was certain must be a water route to the Far East. Hudson sailed up the river for several miles and then sent out a group of men in a small boat to explore the river more thoroughly. They pushed up as far as the present site of Albany, where they found that the river narrowed, so the plan was abandoned. Thus, the "Half Moon" was the first ship to sail up the river that now bears the name of its discoverer. FOR YOU TO DO: Organize a game with your friends to see who can name the most early explorers of America. (If you have a good question for Junior Editors, It might be worth $10. Send it to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, In ear* of this newspaper. Tomorrow: Why does a dog go 'round and 'round before he lies down?) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Your wife called to find out what V°u'r* going to do about that emergency appropriations bill she wants!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith TIZZY By Kate Osann "Eddie says he hates to ask me to walk to the freshman get- together, Dad—but he hit a fireplug with his family's earl" 'I have a dreamy schedule—I sit next to a different boy In every t clan!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer L -J- 'Kind* Ilk* having piggy banks all over town, isn't It?" 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