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4B Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter  ...for a party for your best friend ,, ..t theme would you   NeWs , co,. - su, ///" Y" " \\;C. Annimills LLC© 2014V1D1-27 ,n , c/rL-et's Get Together--00 ( f Have you ever planned a party? Setting up a birthday party can be as easy as calling, texting or emailing a couple of friends and inviting them to come to your house at the same time. All you really need to celebrate a birthday is a cake - and, of course, the person whose birthday is being celebrated! This is a low-cost, but fun time that needs only a little planning. On the other hand, if you want a larger party you'll need to plan, decide on a budget and do more work to get everything running smoothly. No matter what kind of party you might choose to throw, this week's puzzles .will help you learn "How to Plan a Party or Evenff' Read the clues to fill in the puzzle with the things you need to think about when planning a party, event or get-together: 1. What is the for the party or get-together: birthday, holiday? 2. Figure out a fun subject or for your party: pirates, dinosaurs, cartoons, princesses, robots or animals. 3. Decide on the kind of party or its :luncheon, picnic, tailgating. 4. will your party be held: beach, baclojard, bowling alley? 5. Think of the cost and set a to cover food, drinks, decorations. 6. Who and how many will you invite: family, friends, neighbors? 7. What sort of refreshments or do you want to offer your guests: race buffet, hot dogs, ice cream, cake? It's up to you! 8. What kinds of will you do: horseshoes, badminton, swimming, pin the tail on the donkey, races? 9. What kinds of do you want to spice up your party: streamers, balloons, lanterns, centerpieces? 10. Make sure you finish the before your guests arrive. 2 -% Remember the extras like ice " / for drinks- and good music. J What's the Reason for the Event? Fill in the blanks to name some: 1. CON _ RAT _ LAT _ ONS 2. B R H A 3. H_LI_AY 4.AN I E A Y 5:, EDDIN _ ,,\\; 4 9 i i00[I J I 6,, ,1 ' I, budget m I I I - I ," ---J' where decorat, ons |, --, L==lse.9 I'-- ,e Party! ! , I1 Jreason N ('  Come to print out free puzzles: Throw ,-, / I! a Party!, Happy Fourth of July!, and Fresh at the I 1 Farmer's Market@ [ What Kind Find and circle these words that tell Decorations Which Activities? r,ty:Oa'+'") what kind of party you might give: Find and circle these Fill of in the names of activities: decorations: J/! \\;  A. Pin the Tail on the . sleepover or camping . _ ,,..@  . .. party hats lanterns / ot .... B. pop banmers balloonSJ N';O-" /' so\\; C. '"" .... "contest ` '''' "S'\\; ..@@   9"" ._."°'& confettistreamersn°isemakers' ".J"'fN -," 7 ,£ A.  BE T NN HLAs .]KBK E . ",LM A.. [ tg,  O. scavenger..t,._ E.huntegg+dance race '=, G T 0 0 M L / Donkey/'h P T H D I N S S e P D/ll' k,.. spoon balloon ..,) P ] N T A C C I KM P E P P H C Y I /..p:THD] " B i/ WII, . . Rp A T J C K M H P V 3 T O U N S R AWF Y BSI A A T W R O S I K T B IO A G I_ S. S R R P IF What IS Your Budget? c u w. o c x u \\; EVRSrSN00.WRUUAR PR R U QY L B Q z P P z BR I S T 0 A ii!i. ,NOEHCNULROAETSRCO3 TYDSAHSLSQBHYEFUDW SLEEPOVERORCAMPING M Z V Y C X K P S H A C M T C E I H . prices allowance chores-' ACTIVITYPARTYN Y BB V R U 'v"' C budget treat J Where Will the Party Be? Below are some ideas for places to hold a party. Match what you would like to do to the place where you can go to do it. If you want to: 1. . 3. 4. 5. 6. haveh°St wherea greatY°UtimeliVe and where you can  enjoy an outdoor wintertime activity help your party pals cool off when it is hot go to a place for fun rides and games have everyone enjoy a competitive indoor game use a place outdoors where you can play all sorts of homegrown games A. bowling alley B. amusement park C. ski mountain D. pool E. your home F. backyard What Will You Serve Your Guests? ,,€ cM 2 •  o J J. J . This part of party planning can  = ._E be a lot of fun. One idea is to (t ] J J J i setupatabletomakeyourown  L-e  3  _5. ice cream sundae, w- ...,, ice cream chips and dip --  juice vegetable platter the puzzle: LI - z John 8:31-32 So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, "If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, 32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." Jesus LovesYou! Calvary Chapel C 1953 E. Main St., Quincy (Next to Sav-Mor) 530-283-4463 ."One Nation Under oE... THE BIBLE'S INFLUENCE ON THE FOUNDING FATHERS In 1984, political scientists Donald Lutz and Charles Hyneman at the University of Houston wrote a paper regarding the research they had done to determine the sources that most influenced the development of American political thought during our nation's founding period. Over the course of ten years, they analyzed some 15,000 items of American political commentary published between 1760 and 1805, the Founding Era. This research paper, "The Relative Influence of European Writers on Late Eighteenth-Century American Political Thought," was published in The Amer- ican Political Science Review, 78 (1984). The researchers isolated 3,154 direct quotes made by the Founders over this period of time and identified the source of those quotes. The researchers discovered that 34 percent of the Founders' quotes came directly out of the Bible. Baron Charles de Montesquieu, a French legal philosopher, was quoted 8.3 percent of the time. Sir William Blackstone, a renowned English jurist whose Commentaries on the Laws of England were highly accepted in America, was next at 7.9 percent of the Founders' quotes, and John Locke, an English philosopher, was fourth with 2.9 percent. While it is true that three-fourths of the biblical citations in the 1760 to 1805 sample came from reprinted sermons (one of the most popular types of political writing during these years), and only 9 percent of all citations came from secular literature, it is a re- flection of the powerful role of the Bible upon the thinking of the Founding Fathers.