Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 9, 1959 · Page 9
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September 9, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

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-Junior Editors Quir on- DANDELIONS SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer QUESTION: How did the dandelion get its name? ANSWER: The dandelion is a yellow flower that grows wild throughout most of the temperate climates of the world. Its green leaves are smooth with irregular notches. The French thought they looked like lion's teeth and that's what they called them in their langauge—"dent de leon." Most people think of dandelions as weeds that spoil flower gardens and lawns and they try to get rid of them. But dandelions are very hardy plants whose roots sometimes grow three feet in the ground. The little girl in this picture is just finding out that she must dig very deep indeed to root the dandelions from her lawn. FOR YOU TO DO: Many of the names of our common flowers come from phrases. See if you can find out where we get the names: daisy, rhododendron, chrysanthemum. (Carolyn Clark of Akron, Ohio, wins $10 for this question. Send your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will select the winner.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner 'Confound it! Not so fast, Miss Proskett! You know very well my doctor told me to slow down!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh 1*.- <fc US» D, N{» »•:• .1. I'll. 'Take it from me—this storm cellar's a good place to go while an argument with the missus blows over!" ^ rrn T.M . Rte- o.s. '•<• on. 4 1Mt by NEA Slrtlcl. In* OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS . oh, just collecting butterflies)' TIZZY By Kate Osann JH'll, NCI S. • c. t»f. T v. «i£ U.S. P (i. Clf. f ^ "I'm ONE teen-ager who can't listen to TV, radio and a record player at the same time. In our house it blows a fusel" Table Talk Answer to Previous Puzzle M ACROSS 1 suey 5 Opening course 9 Favorite 12 Bellow 13 Skin affliction 14 Eggs 15 Ocean 17 Waiter's gratuity 18 Noble feat 19 Tabors 21 Level 23 Kabnc 24 Fruit drink 27 tea 29 Narrow inlets 32 Gorgon 34 Pay no attention to 36 Straightened 37 Sharper 38 Bristle (prefix) 39 Stalk 41 So (Scot.} 42 Ear (prefix) 44 On the water 46 Puts in custody 49 Phallic symbol 53 Hawaiian wreath 54 School terms 56 Outcast 57 Dash 58 Throw at dic<; 59 Lamprey 60 Care for 61 Fireplace parts .DOWN 1 flock 2 Implement 3 Cereal grains 4 Talk idly 5 Indian 6 High gas 7 Distinct part 8 Nut 9 Drinks 10 Wicked 11 Knocks lightly 16 Change 20 City in Switzerland 22 Habitat plant forms 24 Wine cups 25 Cancel 26 Newspaper article 28 Embankments 30 Range 31 Withered 33 Join ' 35 Hinges 40 Dutch navigator 43 Caucasian 45 Letter 46 Toward the sheltered side 47 Network 48 Far (prefix) 50 Poppaea's husband 51 Snatch 52 Vipers 55 Finish BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES AlvinHas Taking Ways BY EDGAR MARTIN Y\W\TO\ r ^ - TAW 1' V* VOCVJSTCP ^W?s\N XJ Liu Hlk limn, W T.M. «n I. I P.! OUR BOARDING HOUSE with . . . MAJOR HOOPL1 BUGS BUNNY Drying Their Own PRISCILLA'S POP The Catch BY AL VERMEER I ( BUT I'LL 1 UNEED SOME BACK-TO-SCMOOL) hCLOTMES/^ ALLEY OOP Enjoying Himself BY V. T. HAMLIN 1 —5l YES...*ME ONE THiMu BYGOSH.OXV. I \A MECHANICAL SURE THOUGHT OOP \ MAN FEARS. BUT I i I HAD MDUR LITTLE / OOP WAS JUST A «A WILLIE WITH THAT BIT TOO SLOW. I HOPE THAT/ NO, I WASN'T THE/ GOT AN- ONLY TRICK I OTHER N >ou HAD > vou UP YOUR f( WATCH' ' WOULDN'T YOU / NOPE.' I GOT f SORT ( THINK. OOP'D GET/ A FEELING THAT V CHALLENGE/ SOME- TIRED HAVING | HE'S GETTING A KW* THAT THING FOLLOWING HIM AROUND? OF IT.' A MORTY MEEKLE Name's the Same BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Corner Man BY MERRILL BLOSSER AMY FORM OF BAP CONDUCT WILL BE DEALT WITM SEVERELY:' Mows HE GONNA DO THAT? THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE In a Trance BY WILSON SCRUGGS | AS VIC LEIGH, JUST FIRED FROM H'S JOB, TWCCES DOWkl «MTERVILLE I 5 MAlW STREET PAST MARTHA warn* CAPTAIN EASY Experiment BY LESLIE TURNER NOT A. VJORPi ABSOLUTELY NOTHIN6...N0T eVEW THE- TITtei I WAV TRY AN tWER' IMENT WITH VOU , u IF SAVED YOU'RE AWOWd THE SOU ORIGINAL. CAPABLE OF FAIRLY PEEP HYPNOSIS 1 . MO IF LADY PIANB HAS A CCPV OF THE SPEECH,

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