Details for Prizeweek 4/12/18
PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE WI $ N PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE: April 12, 2019 1500 Plus an additional $500 if you y are a Sentinel subscriber! All entries must be dropped off at Cost Less Food Company in Hanford by Wed. - 10 p.m. or Corcoran by Tues. - 12 noon You can also drop your entries off at The Sentinel office by Thurs. 10 a.m. Prizeweek An$wer$ NAME:___________________________________________________________ ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________ CITY: ________________________________ STATE:______________________ PHONE:__________________________________________________________ I AGREE TO ACCEPT THE JUDGE’S DECISION AS FINAL IS YOUR SENTINEL HOME DELIVERED? YES ❏ NO ❏ THIS LIST INCLUDES, AMONG OTHERS, THE CORRECT WORDS FOR THIS PUZZLE. AMPLE APPLE BEEN BID BIT CHAP CHEAP CHEAT CHOP CRUDE DAUNTED FACE FAIL FAKE FALL FIGS GIFTS KEEN KEEP LIFTS ACROSS PRIZEWEEK CONTEST RULES 1. Solve the “Prizeweek” puzzle by filling in the missing letters to make the words that you think best fit the clues. To do this read each clue carefully for you must think each one out and give every word its true meaning. The correct answers (and some incorrect ones, too) are included in the Word List. 2. You need not be a subscriber to this newspaper to enter. You may submit as many entries as you wish. No copies of the entry blank will be accepted, whether they are hand-drawn or mechanically produced (printed, mimeographed, etc.) Only entries clipped from the newspaper will be accepted. 3. Anyone is eligible to enter except employees of The Hanford Sentinel, their families or agents of the newspaper, or employees of WestAmerica Bank or their families, or the Hanford/Corcoran Cost Less Food Company employees or their families. 4. Each entry must be received by Wednesday of this week. Entries may be hand-delivered to the Cost Less Food Company at 102 S. 11th Avenue in Hanford no later than 10 p.m. Wednesday or Corcoran by Tuesday at 12 noon or delivered to the Hanford Sentinel no later than 5 p.m. Wednesday. Mailed entries to the Sentinel received after 5 p.m. Wednesday will not be counted. 5. The Hanford Sentinel will award the cash amount shown above to the contestant who sends or brings in to the Hanford Cost Less Food Company an all-correct solution. If more than one all-correct solution is received, the prize money will be shared equally. Beginning with the October 8, 2010 puzzle, prize payouts will not exceed $2,000. 6. If no all-correct solutions are received, $25 will be added to the following week’s prize as well as another $25 to the subscriber bonus up to $500 maximum. 7. The final decision of the judges is final and all contestants agree to abide by the judges’ decision. All entries become the property of this newspaper. Only one prize will be awarded to a family unit. 8. Everyone has the same opportunity to win, for every entry will be checked, and the winner announced. No claiming is necessary. 9. Drop entries in the “Prizeweek” box at the Cost Less Food Company in Hanford or mail to: BIG BUCKS PRIZEWEEK, THE HANFORD SENTINEL, P.O. BOX 9, HANFORD, CA 93232. 10. The correct solution to this week’s Prizeweek game will be published the following Friday. Winners if any, will be announced the same day. 11. The Hanford Sentinel reserves the right to correct any typographical errors which may appear during the puzzle game. Winners must allow the use of their names and photographs for publicity purposes. 12. The sealed correct solution will be kept in safekeeping by WestAmerica Bank. 5. Teachers told to counsel children to walk away from bully if_ by him, then report the incident. 6.“Too little practice”is what veteran rock climber concludes is reason for anyone who might _ during first few attempts. 7. Mother understands why son is annoyed after his girlfriend accuses him of being _, which he flatly denies. 8. Having recently been given numerous small _from girl, university student wonders if thank-you message is appropriate. 10.“It wants to_ so leave it alone,” warns baby sitter as she sees kids approaching puppy. 11. Overwhelmed with debt, breeder at auction strives to make a_, which ultimately will ease her debt load. 12. Cousin is not surprised by unpleasant remark aimed at her coming from someone she considers to be_. 16. Hobbles. 17. Having team members_ on losing, team owner ultimately decides to trade them. 18. Bombs. LIMPS MIKE MIME NAP NIP PAGES PANES PIGS PRUDE RILES RULES SEEN SHELLS TAUNTED UNWANTED UNWONTED DOWN 1. To want to perfect a_ is not unexpected of an artist. 2. Following her first experience inadvertently partaking in _ event, traveler decides to stop signing up for any more adventure holidays. 3. Teenager of alcoholic parent says she avoids liquor and advises friends who have _ heavy drinkers to practice avoidance, too. 4. Expert’s opinion regarding owner’s treasured possession concludes that some _ are weak and may lower the value. 7. With lots of fat, _ may be considered to be unhealthy. 9. Teacher of foreign students explains a _ by saying it’s often for entertainment purposes. 13. In therapy session, teen discusses how parent_ the kids to the point where they sometimes get fed up. 14. When friend refuses girl’s homemade baking claiming to have had _to eat already, pal believes she’s avoiding her cooking. 15. Being shrewd farmer with good marketing skills means she always seems to know the best time for_ to be sold.