Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 29, 1959 · Page 7
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September 29, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 29, 1959
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im?or Editors Quiz on- CORN QUESTION: How was corn introduced to the New World? ANSWER: When the first two men Columbus sent ashore In the New World returned to the ship they told of finding a new grain. That was corn. Until that time, no one in the Old World had heard about corn or anything like it. There are no words for it tn any of the ancient languages. But corn was being grown throughout the New World when each section was first explored by adventurers from Europe. Obviously, corn is a product of the New World, but scientists can't agree where it was first grown. They say It originated at least 2,000 years ago. Some say it came from Central America, others believe South America. FOR YOU TO DO: Corn is used in many different wa-t, Make a list of as many ways that you can think of, then compare it with the list in an encyclopedia under "corn." (Rita Hill of McLean, Va., receives $10 for this question. Mall your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP News* features, in care of this newspaper. Mrs. Higgins will make the final selection if duplicate questions are received.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Y»» it would be more convenient for you to come back Uter—I'm going to move the piano thenl" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith T .M. tot U .S. p«. OH, C 'Ml >T N (A feme*. IM "How much extra would you charge to let them help you?" SWEETIE PIE By Nodfnt Seltzer fa£ 9A Oft. "Butch brought you a book—'How to Make a Million in Your Spare Time'!" TIZZY By Kate Osann OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS "You skipped • word!" Italian Singer Answer to Previout Puzzle m ACROSS 1 Noted Italian singer, Enrico — 1 He took, the leading part in "La " in 1898 13 He was — by opera lovers of his day 14 Lecturer 15 Lamented 16 Perfumes 17 Stray 18 Old Roman measure 20 Butter mass 21 Capture 23 Yarn skein 25 Electrical unit 26 Social aspirant (coll.) 28 Ventures SO Swell (slang) 82 Obtained 33 Scandinavian coin 34 Rhea 35 Sea birds 37 Gaze 39 Headland 40 Obese 42 Fiber knots 44 Fairy fort 45 Bear child 47 Name of 13 Popes 49 Bars legally 53 Narrative song 85 Pricker 06 Botanical cavity 57 Check 58 Roasting rod DOWN 1 Arrived 2 Emblazon 3 Bellowed 4 Vase 5 Small spring 6 More unusual 7 Scarf 8 Wcicht 9 Cloche 10 Storehouses 11 Ethical 12 Formerly 19 Cheer! ess 22 He was one of the world's leading —— 24 Menial 25 Revert 27 He was — in Naples 29 Frolic 31 Complain fussily (slang) 35 Post-Lenten festival 36 Algonquian Indian 38 Color 39 Stair part 41 Wind instruments 43 Peak In eastern Utah 44 Firewood (Sp.) 46 Dog's cry 48 River in Moravia 50 Like (suffix) 51 Places (ab.) 52 Put in type 54 Protected spot BOOTS AND HER BUOOIES Valid BY EDGAR MARTIN CAU_\V& \<cou:^ Vivien r MA"OH,MA(MAK6 HIM GIVE MS THE PAPER/ I STOOD OUT HERE FOR A A HALF HOUR WAIT- * INC. FORTH' PAPER, AND WHEN TH' BOV THREW IT, A BASKET OKI A STICK. COMES POWN AKJP--OH.1CAMT HAVE ATHIW6/ MA/ BOO HOO/ •WHY MOTHERS SET GRAY TM. t.f u « *„ f H . OUR BOARDING HOUSE . . . with MAJOR HOOPLI gfiAT5 .TIM .rM FACtNJG THE -SAME SKEPTICISM THAT |6RESTED ALEXANDER GRAHAM SELL AND THE FIRST TELEPHONE/ THE LOCAL MUSIC ILLITERATES , HAME RESECTED NH COMPOSITIONS "THE GOLDEN HEART," vMlTHOUT 50 MUCH AS HEARING IT/L FEAR FOR THE CULTURAL FUTURE OF OUR COUNTS'/, CLIMB OFF THE CANVAS IMNNYWAI 616 VWSM HEAR THAT £Ar$&lflAl gEMMV MOZART, THE KiSJ6 OF «,WILL 05 WAS GOltf TO SCHOOL TO16A*N } '\ TH* . ,1? MUSICAL IN TOWN '776 SAVJ IJK TOMORRC^W***^ BUGS BUNNY Quick Change PRISCILLA'S POP Could Be BY AL VERMEEK I GUESS l->J THAT'S WWAT MY POP MEANT. ALLEY OOP Vanishing Act BY V. T. HAMLIN BY DICK CAVALLI BY MERRILL BLOSSBR BY WILSON SCRUGGt CAPTAIN EASY Fatal Accident BY LESLIE TURNER

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