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T WHO SAID THAT? C an you help Buddy Bear figure out what famous character said these quotes? They could be from a movie, cartoon or TV show. Simply match the characters with the quotes on the left. The answers are below, but don't peek until you try on your own! 1) "Beam me up, Scotty." 2) "Heigh-ho Silver, away!" 3) "Th-th-that's all, folks!" 4) "Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down . . ." 5) "It's not easy being green." 6) "I don't think we're in Kansas anymore . . ." 7) "To be, or not to be, that is the question." 8) "To infinity and beyond!" 9) "Off with her head!" 10) "I am what I am, and that's all I am!" 11) "Come, Watson! The game is afoot." 12) "Good grief." 13) "Mirror, mirror, on the wall . . ." 14) "Do or do not. There is no try." 15) "I'm a precision instrument of speed . . ." 16) "Git-r-done!" 17) "Ogres are like onions . . . " A) Sherlock Holmes B) Kermit the Frog C) The Queen of Hearts D) Buzz Lightyear E) The Wicked Queen F) Shrek G) Porky Pig H) Yoda I) Lightning McQueen J) Mary Poppins K) Mater L) The Lone Ranger M) Charlie Brown N) Hamlet O) Dorothy P) Popeye Q) Captain Kirk ANSWERS: 1) Q; 2) L; 3) G; 4) J; 5) B; 6) O; 7) N; 8) D; 9) C; 10) P; 11) A; 12) M; 13) E; 14) H; 15) I; 16) K; and 17) F 38 WWW.RURALMISSOURI.COOP ry your hand at my monthly word watch. It's easy. I'll list three words for you to find. Read the stories in Rural Missouri and look for the words. When you find them, send me a note telling me the stories where you found the words, what each word means as it's used in the story and your age. If you get all the words right, your name goes into a drawing to win one of our Buddy Bear drawstring backpacks! We'll pick up to five winners each month. Send your answers to: Buddy Bear's Word Watch P. O. Box 1645 Jefferson City, MO 65102 Entries must be received by Jan. 10. Kids, please wait a month before re-entering - and parents, this is only for kids up to age 15. Entries must be written by the youth, please. Can you find this month's words? iridescent, cerulean, culverts NOTE: Last month one of the Word Watch words, "whittle," was accidently edited from a story and many of you let us know you couldn't find it. Sorry for that omission - we'll be more careful next month. Keep on reading! Do you know a youth, age 15 or under, who's doing something cool as a hobby or business? Tell us about them! Send your email to hberry@ You might see them on a future Just4Kids page! http://WWW.RURALMISSOURI.COOP

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Missouri - January 2014

Rural Missouri - January 2014
Healing on horses
Gut instinct
Out of the Way Eats
For the birds
Missouri Snapshots
Hearth and Home
The company behind the meter
Around Missouri

Rural Missouri - January 2014