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

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 26, 1959
Page 6
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Junior Editors Quix on COOKING QUESTION: Where did fhe word "barbecue come from? ANSWER: In the last few years, cooking outdoors over charcoal has become very popular. Most people call this a barbecue. But the word has many meanings. H comes from the Spanish word "barbacoa," meaning an elevated frame or platform. These wooden frames were used for smoking or broiling fish and meats. In English barbecue originally meant the roasting of a whole hog, ox, or other large animal over sn open fire. The word later came to mean any outdoor celebration where animals were roasted whole and where large amounts of food were served. Many restaurants advertise barbecued meats, such as spareribs or chicken. In this sense, barbecue means that the meat has been cooked on a revolving spit or over an open fire and served with a sharp sauce. FOR YOU TO DO: There are still a great many old-fashioned barbecues held throughout the United States. Perhaps your parents will take you to one so you can see the meat being roasted. Perhaps dad will also let you help him the next time he cooks outdoors. (The S10 award for this question goes to Pam Hobbs of Fremont, Calif. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higqins AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. It duplicate questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will select the winner.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Pop learned a lot of football! He got in the wrong seating section and started to root for usl" SIDE GLANCES By Gaibraith "I knew you'd be a fine lawyer someday, Robert. You were the only fourth grade pupil I ever had who could talk me out of a spanking!" SWEETIE PIE By Naditie Seltxcr , to-zl, "Butch was wondering about the dowry!" TIZZY By Kate Osartn Don invited me for a ride in his new car. I'm supposed to bring my own wrench!" 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BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Vital Information BY EDGAR MARTIN OU - w~ P ft'-Crtt. |OVX,< ^r y -A / 1' 2!T" vxuu ?? •/'/ <• S /'^ OUT OUR WAY SY J. R. WILLIAMS HESEEf-THIS / IUSULT.' ^ BORM THIRTY VEAR& TOO SOOM ^ .«.«Vr.Jwr. OUR BOARDING HOUSE l»h . . - MAJOR HOOPLi TUP [.is• WAS fe AFTER LET ME see. V ^ vo ^ Ij <5f TWS5& V(H N0\M x~.£AW /:< r,r- c uS--.rO ; j , N cp|SATO,^S }\ O p A S3L "-•wFEKHAF^ /\ rt- JA .'-J A cr^ v M ,^ <f (^epLSD; .> HEATED IF T TRY IT < : • ^ t : -y Nic= • v 7,p PL AMS (-/GREENHOU ' ' < E \Wo wAY-'-•. \1 L-i-OV.__. u-- N " ;; -.-is; ^ u\MlN!6 1 R?f< r^i-jin*- 1 / /MO/— FAP/ !\ iNC-IJOr-c:^ i HELMET WlTrUl (?&ADV-TO- , ,DASH IT ALL// V^A rOLLVuX^;\^^ D 5f41ELD;\EAT POPCOR_W ,Q /> " " Ullt ""^ " "~ "^ J ^J \ BUGS BUNNY Fast Finish . MORE TIME T 1 RAISE TH'MONEY HRISCILLA'S POP Color Scheming BY AL VERMEER GOOD! THEN I WON'T HAVE TO CHANGE tV,Y BLOUSE FOR /'BUT PRI-3CILLAI S YOU DON'T HAVE / A &ROWN BLOUSE.' NO, BUT K^ I SPILLED \ COCOA ON MV WHITE )• ONE.' V - X/ 0 ALLEY OOP Who Else? BY V. T. HAMLlN YSOT . ajTWr^T- HEV? WHAT'S > \ EVER JT IS, IT'S RUN HISHNES5/JU5T AS SOON AS KICK THESE BARS COWM! R3RCTAT SAKE? IT'S OOP.' HE DOME IT.' HE MUSTA, CORRALLEP TH' PLACE IS \EVERV VARMINT IN CRAWLIN' WITH THIS PART OF .,TH' COUNTRY/ IT CAN'T BE! HE/ IT'S GOTTA HASN'T BEEN AROUND / WHO ELSE HERE IN A> I COULDA MONTH OF A DONE IT. ? TUESDAYS.' ,[i 1719 Lr NM 'j»u>t», fat, T.M. RB^. U.fc. MORTY MEEKLE Unimpressed BY DICK CAVALLI THAT MAN'S WEARING A HAT EXACTLY' LIKE YOURS/ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS © 1559 by NEA Stnlo», Inc. T.M. Rtfr U.S. Ptt. OH.' , .' \ Easily Done YOU MEAN YOU DONTMIND? BY MERRILL BLOSSER L KMOW IT WONt Bt? PATTERM YOUR.-/VES, THATS NOT AS RIDICULOUS AS I ALWAYS MAYE BEEAl A MlTe WeAK THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Hired BY WILSON SCRUGGS BILLV/ WOULD YOU LIKE -)OU, I TO US' WHILE MeS.MAKTlW A SHE'S IS<SOH6?/.OKAY. 1 WAVE A JOS, &WIW/ BHO OWE- MUST'KNOW ABOUT CAPTAIN EASY Too Early to Tell BY LESLIE TURNER i WHEN I RETURNED FROM V*Y • pip WBLL W VICAR,,,M{?#,WELLER I 6BBIN6 MBI V&T SURE THEV IVB F^SOTTEM 1 . WHyf/ PIP A& I AM OF THE OTHERS WHO ir *~* !««• «''«'• vr^n i ._,. . ,,_. ,.-,..-»,. ••)»•• TELL \)$ WHAT THIS IS / AREWT K6APY T0 MAKl ALL ABOUT VET? WHAT I IT PU&LIC. NOW WE M115T WITH 5COTLAWP VAKP \GET KOME. AUP KEB MEN CHECKIUO UP^/V AW APPOIMTMEMT WITH IttEIAl L

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