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lOB Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter garden www.readingclubfun.com an: t ee s,o color- ///3 There are many jobs to be done after a long v, winter. People in the city, town and country all i. do spring cleaning and chores based on their ! / needs. Read the clues to fill in the crossword i ing with chores. How many of these jobs have you seen people doing? How many did " . "" T Look what brush 4 repair organize you help to do? (Hint: use a pencil to,I'm finding under I1"-- - mI rearrange 5 unpack fill in the clues below first. This is tricky!) z ' 'v L l/ I sow your Den. (1--I ml / 1 7 l . 110 11 1. messy closets / .7.) -- 81 t-'-'[ -3 0 Iste am 2. your warmer weather I J / 9 rl clothes that have been in storage I I ,- i 3. seeds so you can " /' ]1 III I I watch things grow ' I1 1 L] ,u,--ll ] ' " '11 '-ll. J I / 4. flowers to ' I 13 1 replace L give the house some colo 5 sidewa ks that I /f t'sthat- r[ trim J water [I sweep 'have gathe d sand and dirt Il time of year lrl I I1 I / 1811 I I I 6. fences that have been damaged during the winter II U when we canlll--l mow I1---1 pave "-1 Free open the I[J===J =,1StMft. po,sn 7. out your house with a fresh crisp breeze W /z windows and freshen everyth'mg! 8.- ---- storm windows with screens " H A good spring cleaning after winter is almost a II 9. i driveways so that we can move cars about easily O pleasure to complete.Then, once our homes areI I" omem pr, Tree "1 10. the overgrown grass on the lawn O in order, we can enjoy summer to the fullest!,j/I puzzles: prlngt!me PUZZlingI 11. weeds from the garden 112"----3. thethe furniture in your room for a new IOOkdust out of rugs 14. soot from the chimney 15. the overgrown bushes 16. wash and the car 17. dirty carpet 18. laundry to dry on a clothesline 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 Have you ever heard of "slang"? It is a way of talking that is a little different from the standard English in books. For example, if I say, "Boy, we really cleaned up at the garage sale," I am telling you that we made a lot of money, not that I put away all the things we had for sale. Can you match these slang expressions to their meanings? 0 1. clean sweep 2. clean out 3. clean hands l O 4. come clean 5. keep one's nose clean O A. to stay out oftrouble o B. to win everything C. innocent, has done nothing wrong D. to take everything, O empty O E. confess, tell the whole story O O M B A H E Can You Clean Up These Messes? How many of these DUST KI1TIES did I find under your bed? Look around the whole page. Put your answer in the biggest bubble. J SJHW PFVH OORB NIMA GKJH EDGE SOH FBLL BVAC AUDI ]TD WDE TGR CLI ALERRABHSARTHO ]REDFSWLIHGO]HGLK UUMCLEANERHAYGFIL W.DFBRUSHTA]PNMBAP ATYEZUSLEWOTREPAPO ]BFKBGIHGALIUA RGFAAK]YOX pPER Busting Dust! 1. dust 2. dust bunnies 3. an item is "collecting dust" 4. the flies "bit the dust" Little, fluffy, grey balls of dust found under the couch or behind the door are called "dust bunnies" or "dust kittens." We are usually made up of skin cells, hair and tiny pieces of dirt. To people, we can be a nuisance. We sometimes block air filters, get into computers or just gather together under your furniture. We can make people sneeze! Read each -4, numbered word or phrase below. Next, choose the correct definition by circling the letter "A" or "B." 5. the lead runner left the others "in the dust" 6. I'm going to "dust off" my hobby box 7. when she works she "makes the dust fly" .m E "E t- A. tiny pieces of dirt, skin, hair B: tiny flower seeds A. bunnies that clean your house B. little clumps of fluffy, greydust A. isn't being used anymore B. putting dust into a bag Eek! . A. died B. ate dust for their lunch A. was far ahead of the others B. knocked other runners into the dirt A. put the box into the closet B. take it out of storage to use again A. she works with lots of energy B. the dust balls jump into little airplanes 7o This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by." 1953 E. Main St Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 ,r, r, ' i' Smi Wisdom and Instruction for/i,e There is no belier source of practical wisdom and instruction for how to live an upright and righteous life than the book of Proverbs. Its counsel, however, is not just relevant to individuals, but to nations as well. Proverbs 14:34, for instance, is a truth that godly leaders have cited for generations: Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people." Patrick Henry, one of early America's most outspoken Revolutionary leaders, predicted that whether or not the newly formed United States would prove "a blessing or a curse will depend upon the use our people make of the blessings which a gracious God hath bestowed on us. If they are wise, the~, will be great and happy. If they are of a contrary character, they will be miserable. Righteousness alone can exalt them. as a nation." ~['~'~' .S ~"OUI The state of our nation today suggests we have strayed from God's wisdom. We - as individuals and J~S~S y ; corporately as a nation - must seek God and His righteousness if we are to continue in His grace. i I t