Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 7
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September 24, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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-Junior Editors Quiz on- MAIL QUESTION: Whan were the first mail boxes used? ANSWER: The earliest public mail systems were erratic and costly. The person who wanted to mail a letter had to bring it to a post office, pay his money and then hope that the letter would arrive at Its destination in a matter of weeks or months. The first postage stamps, issued by Great Britain in 1840, revolutionized the postal system. A person could attach a gummed stamp to his letter, take it to the post office and drop it in a box. Better transportation also made the mail service faster. The first street mail boxes, which appeared in 1858, completed the postal revolution. Now all the sender of a letter needed to do was affix his stamp and drop it in a .mail box near his homo. A postal worker would empty the box at regular intervals and take the letters to the post office. FOR YOU TO DO: See if you can find out what happens to a letter from the time you drop it into a mail box until it reaches the person to whom it is addressed. Perhaps your school can arrange a tour of your local post office. (Jonathan Leasure of Honolulu 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 Rrg. dS. Ptt. OIL g 1959 by «A Sank*, lac Tat SWEETIE PIE "But gee whiz, mom! You said yourself to try and stretch the tooth pastel" SIDE GLANCES "Joe will do anything to get out of house cleaning. This morning he went to the dentist!" By Nadino Seltzer Z 7 OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WIM.IAMS . r.m tif, us. PM. OK £ 1t» by MA ttr**. too. 'We're a two-ear famllyl" TIZZY By Kate Osann "I guess there's nothing wrong with going steady if you want to—provided it's just for tonightl" Flower Show Answer to Previous Puzils 1ST ACROSS 1 of Sharon 6 Sweet —— 8 Genus Dianthut 12 Footless animal 13 Youth 14 East Indian woody vine 15 Dispatch 16 Oriental name 42 17 Miss Negri 43 18 Store in a 46 silo 50 20 Scheme anew 51 22 Goddess of 53 the dawn 54 89, 41: 33 Negative vote 55 24 Himalayan carnivore 27 Possessive pronoun 88 Falsehood 81 Chemical suffix ti Coal pit 33 Masculine appellation Onion —— Slam Fleur de Affirmative reply 38 of arranging flowers Secret meeting Boundary (comb, form) Exist Seizing Stair parts Verbal Native metal Wicked Solitary Lease Carry (coll.) Inspired Scottish river Flower —— DOWN Demolish Unclosed Male children 56 57 58 59: 4 Moved, as in a whirlpool 5 Thicknesses 6 Consume 7 Decorating 8 It grows in Flanders fields 9 False god 10 Romantic hero 11 Ku Klux 19 African worm 21 Comfort 24 Nosegay 25 Mariner's term 26 Profits 27 Cue 28 Easter I? 18 5P z* 24 )\ • W • fl • H> •ft if 29 Flag 30 Direction 32 Genus Tagetea 35 Farm building 89 Three times (comb, form) 40 Sets afresh 41 Lubricated 42 Mountain spur 43 Hindu weight 44 In a line 45 City in Pennsylvania 47 Cry of bacchanals 48 Ceremony 49 Vehicle 52 Scottish aheepfold n Z9 r 19 HL BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Their Lucky Day BY EDGAR MARTIN WELL, VO MB A PAVORAMEM WAIT FOR JIST FIVE MORE SECONDS TILL I SET OUT OF RANGE/ YOU'VE <SOT MORE FAITH IM SOUR AIM THAN I HAVE, AN' I DON'T WANT TO BE AROUND WHEN VOU PROVE I'M RIGHT/ <ft IMttf *»tl atrte*. fit. HEROES ARE MADE-WOT BORN t-tt OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with . , . MAJOR HOOPll AS Y0U SlNfi.SENUEMENi, s//; OLD LADY GREETING MEf? fa NE'EK-'DO-VMEU. SON-— h// THE THOUGH^ WILL AX>D V> C'OMS/ICTIOrt TO YOUR WORDS AMD TIMBRE TO YOUR TONE/ ~*RSADy,ERHEST? RSADy, LADS? A-ONE, A-TWO/_ ov *,ne too MTdseenz* T TJMEY MAD u IT ASAiMTTJ BECAUSE 5RNEST JURIED = T \. »«f. tl.ft. Pit Off. BUGS BUNNY Wide Awake? PRISCILLA'S POP Stay in There BY AL VERMEIR BY V. T. HAMLIN MORTY MEEKLE Something Wrong BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Friendly Gesture BY MERRILL BLOSSEt DO 66 OJF: MIM i TOLD HIM MOT lib REPORT BACK lb MB IF HE WAS W ™ FOLLOWED/ THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Vic Is Suspicious BY WILSON SCRUGGS BY LESLIE TURNER i

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