Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 12, 1959 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, September 12, 1959
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-Junior Editors Quiz on— LEGENDS SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer QUESTION: What is fool's gold? ANSWER: Men have been searching for gold for centuries. Some have found it. Others have found what thev thought was gold. When it was proven false, people called them "fools and their find "fool's gold." Fool's gold actually is a substance called iron pyrite or iron disulphide. It is bright yellow in color and, to the inexperienced prospector, it looks like pure gold. There is a simple way to tell real gold from fool's gold. When real gold is heated over a stove, nothing happens. However, fool's gold will smoke and sizzle and give off a disagreeable odor. FOR YOU TO DO: Here is a picture of a man who thinks he has found gold. He is being very secretive so that other people will not find out. He will be surprised when he finds out that his gold is really "fool's gold." Color the picture. (Frances Terchanyn of Johnstown, Pa., 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 "A Mr. Watson to see you, sir . . . about an out-of-court settlement you arranged for him!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh "I wouldnt' mind raising some sheep. I'm tired of lying awake nights counting other people's!" 'His arms aren't long enough to pull the bellows himself!" TIZZY By Kate Osann OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . . . MAJOR HOOPLI 'Ossie, here, has more ambition than any boy in school. He doesn't want to be a rock and roll singer!" Russian Roulette Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS I Capital of Union Soviet Socialist Republics f Part of this country is across —— Strait from Alaska 13 Interstice 14 Beast 15 Fondled 16 Make over 17 Asiatic fowl 18 Gun (slang) 20 Driving command 21 Haunt 23 Preposition 24 Conducted 25 Legal point 27 Woody plants 29 Spider's product 31 Uncle Tom's favorite 32 Gunpowder 33 Diamond- cutter's cup 34 Percussion instruments 36 Moray 38 Oriental coin 39 Light touch 41 Color 43 Babylonian moon-god 44 Frappe 45 Brazilian macaw 47 Ensnare 50 Ground 53 Live anew 54 Creeping 55 Scandinavians 56 Dinner course DOWN 1 Cartography 2 Mountain nymph 3 Gun dog a N e E c N P a E E fe S 4 Small house 5 Chemical suflix 6 Rive 7 Traded 8 Compass point 9 Edge 10 Likenesses 11 Unclothed 12 Merriment 19 Wile 22 City in Massachusetts 24 Jumper 2G Observed 28 Cry of bacchanals HH0 30 Scottish musical instruments 34 Well-born Indian 37 Landlord 38 Tendon 40 Ground (Fr. 42 Sluggard 43 Weights of Persia 46 Prefix 48 Clear 49 Hail! 51 Evening (poet.) 52 Qualified BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES There's a Reason BY EDGAR MARTIN TV£ TCfcXOP TOfeNttb WYWCYV if) H» by MA, Inc. T.M. R«f. U.S. PU. OK OVvdOoJ HE'S DOMb It AuAthl/ I USED TO BE HAPPV WITH WHATEVER THEV SOLD ME, BUT NOW HE'5 FOKCIM'ME TO STUDY UP ON TEXTILES \ AM' TAILORIK17 I6NOKANCE IS BLISS UNTIL SOMEBODY / LIKE HIM SHOWS YOU HOW ItSWOKAWT YOU ARE.' mi -m inr ST 5 ALL VERY BUGS BUNNY He Lost SALESMANSHIP SCHOOL- U. Ti>i PRISCILLA'S POP End of the Line BY AL VERMEER ALLEY OOP Last Laugh BY V. T. HAMLIN YEAH ..AM' WHEN I GET TH' JOB TOME, TRYiM' T'PUT LITTLE \ YOU WON 'T FIND OU WILLIE BACK i'lM 50 E^SY \] TO TGETHER. AGWN, K KNOCK TO .'^ ^«S*. EH? /\ PIECES/ cTV^ WELL WHILE VMJ RE ' &SOUT IT, UHV . ( WM\? DON'T YOU MAKE I W,',—-" y HIS HEAP r-\^.(y [ BI3GER? / .. ".-A MORTY MEEKLE Quick Service BY DICK CAVALU NO ; BUT6HEU. I'M (STARVED. V HAVE A FINE DINNER ISN'T MRS. ] READY FOR U6 IN DUDLEY HOME /^-i NO TIME. <5HE'<5 WONDERFUL AT WHIPPING UP A QUICK MEAI HERE 5HE l<5 NOW. BY MERRILL BLOSSER THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE =7 Vic Cuts Loose AUD I HAD A FI6HT, MeS .WAYWE ABOUT 6ETTIMG MARRIED. THAT'S ^PROBABLY WHY HE SEEMED UPSET WHEW VOUSAW -TTV — HIM BY WILSON SCRUGGS PERHAPS, DOUWA,BUT I'D FEELBEUEE IF YOU SAW HIM. HE SEEMED SOWELL AS IF HE HAB jutr LOST , J EVEgVTHIMG.' )\ I'M 'VI £ LEIGH, THE WOKLD'i FtST f 'AK.:ST.'' UEQutiT AKJM &tr: SOMESODY-- A »JVlH!ko AT ALL, TOM \ CHOPIK1 TOOlA-GiA-OiA/ / CAPTAIN EASY I ft' I \rTER SEVERAL MINUTED OF SOOTHING TALK, i THE GROUP 15 TOLD THEy WILL BE IN DEEP SLEEP AT THE COUNT OF THREE'. THEN A SLOW roUWT.MD., WWW VOU ARE NOW IN A PEEP •••• 7 . HYPNOTIC SLEEP! YOU CAN'T OPEN YOUR EYES' 1 , TRX.V0L' WILL FIMD IT IMPOSSIBLE;^ Four Out of Ten HALF OF THEN* APE ABLE TO OPEN THEIR EYES, AMP ARE DISNMS 5 EP BY LESLIE TURNER YOU CAW'T PULL THEM APART TILL I TELL YOU TO! THE HARDER YOU TRY THE MORE DIFFICULT L IT i5'. TRY,..YOU WILL FIND IT IMPOSSIBLE i

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