Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 16, 1959 · Page 13
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 13

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 16, 1959
Page 13
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-Junior Editors Quiz on GEOGRAPHY SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltxer OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE QUESTION; Is it possible to step across the Mississippi River at <iny point? ANSWER: Missis&ipni comes from Indian words meaning "great river." And cert.iinly it is a qreat river. The Mississippi and its Irrqost tributary, the Missouri River, form the longest river system in the woilcl. The Mississippi itself is estimated to be 2,350 miles long. But it begins as a sin.ill stream, and while you couldn't step across it, you could easily wade it. It has been established that the Mississippi rises in Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota, about 100 miles from the Canadian border. It is only about 10 feet wide where it leaves the Like. By the time it reaches the Gulf of Mexico it is more than a mile wide in many places. J FOR YOU TO DO; Visit the headwaters of the Mississippi if you have a chance. Or if there is a river near you, find out where its headwaters aie and visit them with your family. j (An award of $10 has been mailed to Kathy Kinley of Portage, ! Pa., for today's qurstion. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higcjins Al' Nowsfnatmev in care of Ihis newspaper. If similar questions aic received, Mrs. Higgins wiii make the final choice.) * 1 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "And this item comes complete with a set of subjects for conversation!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith u Ml- "Charlie's got this thing all backward. He makes a hobby of giving up golf!" with . , . MAJOR HOOPL1 'Why don't we just put on our swimsuits and enjoy it?" TIZZY By Kate Osann 'Don't apologize for being so late—I can understand why you didn't hurry home!" His and Hers Answer to Previous Puzzle 1 4 R r: 3.-! u 15 16 1R L'O 21 22 24 26 27 30 32 34 35 ACROSS His headgear Her undergarment His or her Individual Duration Italian river His or her ofTsprinc Approve Sign Chest rattles Adam sniri she was his New, square or (air Venture Frondescent Marsh Opposed Woman adviser Bed canopy Shade of red 36 School subject 37 Missile 3D Son of Adam 4(1 Wan 41 Consumer! 42 Her wedding dress material 4S Soldier's cigarette 49 Pass 51 French island 52 Leer 53 Brain passage 54 Compass point 55 Sorrows 56 Beverages 57 Distress signal DOWN 1 His are socks, hers nylons 2 Soon 3 Soflest 4 Gaze tixedly 5 Mouth parts fi Hinder 7 Through 8 riot 9 Kind of examination 10 Before (pietixN 11 Pedal digits 17 Fruit 19 Open 23 Upright 24 Facts 25 S!;ito 26 Wild 27 Illegal inducements 2fl French river 211 Srnt ."1 Closed ears ".'! Pootr.v muse ,'<K Hrpeat 40 K.\ t rgn'cns 4 I M imics 41' Pack 43 .f.iMin's ship •!i Si..ry 4 'i lirgmn 4 7 In addition 48 Hp us 50 ; 1 i } 4 5 t 7 8 10 II \l if 14 17 • l\ • U A • « Z8 • V ft 1 % • to 41 15 14 HI 10 n ?! w K 77 It BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Bright Idea BY EDGAR MARTIN WHY, TH' LITTLE SCAMP HAS XW-'/fiVtZ*^? UNHOOKEP TH' R^K ^rV GATE AGAIM.' > WHEE-EE--LOOK AT THAT TROT.' SOME PAY THAT BOY WILL MAKE . PEOPLE STARE Jk AT US/ THAT'S RIGHT- \ WE'LL HAVE TO BY TH'TIME HE'S ) GO BACK--I WOW'T OLP ENOUGH S. HAVE HIM WALK THEY WILL .STARE, \ IU<5 OU TH' CUZ EVERYBODY'LL \ SIPEWALVcS> HAVE AUTOMOBILES AW'GAPPIWG —THEY'RE A COMIM' / IW TH'STORES . THIW<3"EVEW OL' / -AMP HAVE A TIGHTWAD __^f TH' POLICE TIM<ER"S Ep( SHOOTIM'AT 60TONE.' US.' TURM AROUWP.' u ',"Vf, M . I:'/: ' MQMEMTS WE'P LIKE TO LIVE OVER .T.Pw>Li.w« tF <?-« VflU 24s MISSED *S A Jl -mfi -NJ8Cy</ TH\5 ffw^- wS??jf^ CREOUHTV (HeSAWANO SANK Uo15^ TUR / "° THS UTVOST /M 1 HOW WAS THB f 4 p. %T x H ^ A j/', PiSHlfJe^^^ ESCAPEES, ' A-^D TM£M AMOTuet? FRO,W Al^ ARN\&D,, -.v-r-amSAMK RO0BER6/ITSLLVOU ' ,TMAT0ISBAS OP <# MS T<3 THE 80O8Y HATCH BUGS BUNNY Better View ' >• 3 NfA S* r ». I'K T W. fif 4 lis f 4 i OM. BY AL VERMEER CTittVb, MA Sw.te./hi^T.M. P« f U.6. 0«i ALLEY OOP Sympathizer BY V. T. HAMLIN MORTY MEEKLE Inside Info BY DICK CAVALLI BY MERRILL BLOSSER THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Gone BY WILSON SCRUGGS c.tM iF SME iS A^6K> AT CAPTAIN EASY Ahead of Time BY LESLIE TURNER fjN HMLUCINA- THAT REVEAL THE BOTH SU& JECT 5 STROKE FEED IMAulNARY PETS f WOW ILL WA>Kfe SIR R0i3ER,..BUT THAT gia BLACK POfl WILL CO^WUB TO FOLLOW VOU UNTIL I REMOVE POST-HVPMQTIC SUefiE$TlOk,,, 6lT DOWN) AWP Y I CMP N0THIM6 OP THE TRY TO REaAIN \ 50RT1 PON'T RECALL A SOME Dl&WiTv; THINS'. NOW LETS GET E03ER! yaws / our OF HERE! I CAN'T fAOR.TIfiEP VNE /lV«A6iNE & HOSTESS LET- ENJOUcirl-^ TINCJ A 6I6 6L^CK POiS H0UWD HER JUE5T5! NOW TO WIS5 Y/JUST A MOMBNTi BU(?«e IW \ FI^L^/P^SHANOUl HER& DEMONSTRATION THAT / COMES CLlVB TO ' m HsPNonvrs CAMT Give HIS SPEECH< • l E\PLWW-J—\ 0ML-Y SEC0NPS v AHSAP OF 5CHEPUL6 IS

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