Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 17, 1957 · Page 9
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September 17, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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Junior Editors Quix on— KINGS Times Herald, Carroll, la, f% Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1957 +f . Some doctors must believe In shock treatment, because they send them out the first of every month. It is always bad manners to ifj-; common sense to comply with the nore signs. Whether the sign says 1 posted request. "No trespassing," "Keep oft the | Only smart alecks refuse to be grass." "Private drive" or "No guided by signs put up for the smoking," it is only courtesy and privacy and protection of others. By Kate Osann OUT OUR WAY BY J. ft. WILLIAMS CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "You mean that guy has only sold a million records? Seems like I've bought twice that many myselfl" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith TJi. R H . U.«. DM. O* "That mink coat really would save you money—your wife could walk In any place and get things charged I" TIZZY QUESTION: What throne was saved by a spider? ANSWER: In 1306 the armies of Robert Bruce of Scotland were soundly beaten by the English. He fled to Ireland and went into hiding in a hut. On the ceiling he spotted a spider swinging by one of its threads, trying to get from one beam to another. The spider tried six times and failed. Bruce realized he had fought and lost the same number of battles against the English. He decided that if the spider tried a seventh time and succeeded, he also would try again. The spider's next attempt was successful, so King Bruce reorganised his armies and scored a stunning victory over the British at Carrick in 1307. England finally recognized Scotland's independence and Bruee's right to the throne. FOR YOU TO DO: The story of Robert Bruce Is as fascinating as any you'll find In history. You can learn more about this man and his determination to free Scotland by going to the library. (Carlton Livesay of Rocky Mount, N. C, won (10 for this question. Send yours to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. Tomorrow: Where was the "lost continent" of! Atlantis located?) OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . .with . . . MAJOR HOO«Hf NUT5 ?THA T BIRD MASTW* LATELY/— LET'S ORDER m ©U/w UP evE^y TANGERINES AND SiUT6 t WANT HIM, TO BE SLEEK AMD (3LOSSY FOf? A DRAMATIC SkTT VIA WRITIN6 FOR. A HALF-HOUR SPOT ON> TV/ ,, v THING HE CAN REACH /•*^ MI6 FAVORITE DIET HORSEHAIR SOFA •STUFFING ANt> CIGAR BUTTS A ;$1MT *f «* l«-r*S. W. *¥. >tt..ti« Q" 1 ITI HI / GLOOMS THE OAST - BEFORE WRIT- .^IN6THE PLAY* BUGS BUNNY Extension "I'd play hard to get with Johnny, only I got him in the first place by persuading Sandra to use that technique!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "We're gonna-have a blue sidewalk—I poured a bottle of ink in the cement mixer!" Scrttn Actress Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Screen actreae, Felicia S She made —— debut with ' Columbia • She has appeared opposite Glenn —— 12 Martian (comb, form) 18 Island (Fr.) 14 Smell lfiFirn 16 Fairy fort 17 Oriental tood 18 Mariner's direction 1 IB Puff up 31 Gives assent . (eoll.) 32 Enclosures 34 Guiding threads 36 Chairs . 38 Brown bread by heat 39BornT 30 Social lnieet SWejval 33 Decay 33 Fragrant oleorestn 35 Mergansers 38 Look fixedly S3 Girl's name 41 Feline animal 43 Type of architecture 4f River in Switserland 47 Mimickar 49 Fastening device 80 Assam silkworm 81 Lease 83 Inquire 53 Units of • reluctance 84 Italian city 95 Masculine nickname 16 Gaelic DOWN 1, Feminine nickname 3 Spheres of action 3 Respect 4 Fish eggs 5 Mound 6 Pseudonym of Charles Lamb 7 Pause S Preposition 9 Hateful 10 Nike 11 Attire 19 Respected 30 Utilitarian 23 Jeopardy 35 Opposed to former 2? Half (prefix) 28 Sailors 33 Storehouses 34 Dormant 36 One who has on 37 Gastropod mollusks 38 Frighten 40 Expunge 43 Gem 44 Get up 45 Writing fluids 48 Route (ab.) 80 Before BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Whe Is Mr. OraMT BY EDGAR MARTIN TME FLEXURE ft OURS, UXM5ETH. ft WR. 6RfcP* PCT THE DOOR TO *EE VOU, 1*W OMWH SURE THKT WHATEVER HftPPENfc WON'T «E FtEffcftNiT.,, OH, WELL, 1 . THESE 6UV&<oES TIP OVER THE EASIEST OF *W THfcT PRISCILLA'S POP Food for Thought BY AL VERA*SER ' SIPLOIN STEAK!! MV FAVORITE' TW1S MEANS ONLY ONE TWINS, MAZELH YOU'VE BOLK5UT SOMETHING J WE CAN'T AFFORD f'oUT WITW 1T/M WHAT DID VOU BUY TWAT YOU SUOULDN'T W AVE SIRLOIN STEAK. ALLEY OOP Say That Againl BY V. T. HAMLIN WELL. ALL RIGHT.. BUT TM AFRMD, " NOU'LL FIND / MILLIOM OUR PRICE RATHER HIGH.'* MORTY MEEKLE Perfect Screen BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS S3 Right! BY MERRILL BLC3SER A BOW MUST BB TIED jusr so— MAKE-UP 19 AM APT (N ITSELF/ AND THE ei<swr HAIR-DO COMP- LEMEMT5 THE FACE JUST OODLES/ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Story In It BY WILSON SC s IM A MEW YORK PUBLISHER'S OFFICE... ULMWlkLfeLK fUACWEtJVILLE HOTEL KDOM... K.OI?U<EHESCOT--BUTDOdTLETTWE 53 STORY FI7ZLE/ PUBLICITY SELLS BOOKS- r wvaov/wow CAPTAIN EASY Great Shape! BY LESLIE TURNER IW8VBR FBLT BETTER 1 . |THB CRUISE PID We f WffRtP Ql» ©pop'. WONDERFUL I ^ THKILLEP TO 9EB VOU 90 IMPROVIPI Jin

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