Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 26, 1959 · Page 6
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September 26, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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I Junior Editors Quiz on- SONGS SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer QUESTION: In the song "Yankee Doodle," what doe* "stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni" mean? ANSWER: Because of its popularity since the Revolutionary war, Yankee Doodle is usually thought to be an American song. Actually, it probably began in Europe in the Middle Ages. In Holland about 1500, harvesters sang a song that began: "Yanker dudel doodle down." Later, the tuno was popular in England. The version in which the phrase "stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni" occurs is an English version. The Cavaliers made up the words in the 1600s to poke fun at Oliver Cromwell when he rode down from Canterbury to take charge of the Puritan forces. "Macaroni" was an insulting word that referred to the young dandies of that day, youths who wore elaborate clothes. The words of the song known in the United States were written by an English army surgeon to make fun of American troops during the French and Indian war. But the American soldiers liked the song and adopted it as their own during the Revolutionary War. American bands played it as the British soldiers marched away after the surrender at Yorktown. FOR YOU TO DO: Yankee Doodle is one of the important songs in American history and you should know the proper words to it. In a song book, find the version that begins: "Father and I went down to camp, along with Captain Goodwin . . ." (The $10 award for this question goes to Carolyn Edwards of Greenville, S. C. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will make the final choice.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I kept warning the wife to be careful in the company parking lot—that the boss's car was parked therel" SIDE GLANCES By Galbroith "Thanks awfully, Stewart! Would you mind sort of driving by where some of my girl friends livt?" T.M. »H U.S. on. Jfcle "I just discovered gold!" TIZZY By Kate Osonn © 1SB9 bj MCA ST**, t*. T*. Rtf. M> P*. 00. 9-26 "To be absolutely frank, the main reason I can't tolerate Edgar is Edgar!" African Nation Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 African nation 0 It controls the Suez —— 11 Mountain crests 13 Drowsy 14 Lace anew 1530 (Fr.) 18 Fiber knots 17 Give ear to 19 Auricle 20 Dirk 22 Expire 23 Steamers (ab.) 24 Dutch cheese 26 Passes on 28 Observe 30 Make lace 31 Paving substance 32 Courtesy title 33 Spheres of action 36 Demolish 39 Heavy blow 40 Stitch 42 Fruit 44 Corded fabrio 45 Pertaining to an age 47 District Staff Officer (ab.) 48 Straightener 51 Sell in small lots 53 Singing voices 54 Fireplace shelf 55 Dropsy 56 Those who (suffix) DOWN 1 Merits 2 County in many states 3 Gave, a sharp quick cry 4 School group (ab.) 5 Georgia —— 6 Heart 7 Animal 8 Ten nines 9 Perfumes 10 Malign looks 12 Sow 13 Thoroughfares 18 Ventilate 21 Church fete 23 Petty prince 25 Intend 27 Den 29 Expungers 33 Anointed 34 Grumble 35 Weight 37 Unruffled 38 More facile 39 Make a speed 41 Tepid 43 Revolves 46 Meadows 49 Name (Fr.) 50 Age 52 Explosive BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Dubious BY EDGAR MARTIN S?, Jp'rt, OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLI .^^jmms^-WWmWMiffl CANAVERAL, EM I NESiT — SCIENTIST,PHILOSOPHER AMD COMPOSER?/ -~L)M-HAK7-«~ |F YOU'LL HAVE ONE OF YOUR •ASSISTANTS PLUS IN MY RECORDER .I 'LL pgRMAT ln% TO #£&l$fe AMERICA IS WAVTIMG £M?"AI IW\ §29 EM HEART7 NATURALLY, ILL ALLOW YOU TO REAP THE PUBLICITY HARVEST BV WTROJDUCING A 'GOLDEN' HEART| CLASSIC ? 6ET IT/ \THIS OHE CLASSIC TO WAITING PUBLIC/ CAP 'CANAVERAL'^ . OR8ITAL ^ORCHESTRA % ^ATEGAY THIS UTrW, ~THEN OCKLAY ctl. fe,MAJOR THOUGHT IT WAS MUSICAL $LANG = m 4 r/,V mtfih 'l •0;. Win BUGS BUNNY Leave It to Bugs yOKAYi I'LL SENP S0MEBOPY BACK, FROM TH' FIRST OAS STATION I R COMETOly- PRISCILLA'S POP The Slip BY AL VERMEER BY V. T. HAMLIN BY DICK CAVALLI BY MERRILL BLOSSER THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Over the Radio I KUEW THIS WOULD HAPPEN, MRS. * WAVtJE. CHAELES LOSES HISTCMPEK SO EASILY. HE EXPLODES SKY-HIGH / HAT'S WHV I'M AFRAID THAT F DONWA ELOPES" IKWOw/ MEAUMILF... PviC, I'M SO 61AP TO LEAVE P *< ALL OF OUR FRUSTRATIONS BEH1UD US/ OUST TH1WK / IN AM HOUR OR TWO WE'LL 3 E MAU AMD . WIFE/ BY WILSON SCRUGGS ...AMD WOW FOR THE /JEWS HEADLINES/ PROMINENT VI0SIUIA INDUSTRIALIST CHARLES) PORTED SUFFERED A HEART AT TACK7DWI6HT WHILE SEEKIM6 TO THWART HIS PAUOHTECS ELOPEMENT/ BY LESLIE TURNER .4 b. wL\ u,„|«. !„,. f.M. UJfc pJ-Vlfbl

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