Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 17, 1959 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, October 17, 1959
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Junior Editors Quiz on THE MOON QUESTION: Why do we never see a star in the crescent of the moon? ANSWER: The moon is a solid satellite that revolves around the earth once a monfh. Although it appears to shine with its own light, it really doesn't. That which we call moonlight is actually reflected off the moon. The appearance of the moon goes through a cycle which we call its phases. This is caused by the light from the sun striking the moon at different angles. Thus, we sometimes see the moon as a circle while at other times as a crescent. Even when the moon appears to us as a crescent it is still a round ball, part of which is neither receiving nor reflecting light. We cannot see stars in the crescent because the darkened portion of the moon is between us and the stars. FOR YOU TO DO: From the earliest times, men have imagined they have seen a face in the moon. See if you can find out what causes the markings that look like a face on the moon. (Ronnie Shepherd of Macomb, III., 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 ^M. Reg. UA pa. on. 3 1SS9 by HEX Suviot, Inc. "You proved you were tougher, Pop! You took five punches for every one he took!" SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith ^. R»j. U.S. Ftl. OH. lvic., hie. "Let me call a couple more girls, Dad, before I forget the line that just went over big with Doaisl" SV/EETiE PIE By Nadinc Selfzcr / c APE/ ADDING- MACHINE CO. T.M. R«g. 'O.a, Pit. Off. Si 19S9 by NEA SKikt, Inc. "Would you keep count for us?" TIZZY By Kate Osann ©1959byNEASorvlce, Inn, T.M. Retr. U.S. Put. Off. 'Have I time for a sandwich before dinner?" Small State Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 27.Adjures 1 Small political 29 Musical state, direction Vatican .31 Standard (ab.) 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