Puzzle No. 3

If you’re an average youth, then you’ve already been hurt because of a certain human tendency. But not only have you received some hurts because of it, you’ve probably hurt others, maybe not even realizing how much harm you have done them. What is this problem and what can you do about it? That’s the mystery-answer to this month’s puzzlement. The advice given, if remembered and followed, will be one of the great trademarks of your future happy life—especially with brothers, sisters, and parents. Work the puzzle, then read in sequence the answers to across numbers 3, 18, 19, 30, 31, 44, 45, 47, and 55.

Across

1. All saints, who are ___ can be called saints (D&C 89:3)

  1. 3.

    Wine or strong drink among you, ___ it is not good (D&C 89:5)

  2. 8.

    The trees of the Lord are full of ___ (Ps. 104:16)

  3. 11.

    ___ wisdom in thy youth (Alma 37:35)

  4. 13.

    Baseball player

  5. 15.

    Implement

  6. 16.

    Score won by a single stroke as in golf.

  7. 17.

    For God ___ loved the world (John 3:16)

  8. 18.

    ___ long can rolling waters remain impure (D&C 121:33)

  9. 19.

    The worth of souls is ___ in the sight of God (D&C 18:10)

  10. 21.

    Eldest son of Noah.

  11. 24.

    One of the soldiers with a spear pierced his ___ (John 19:34)

  12. 25.

    Capable of tension; ductile

  13. 28.

    Scriptures are referred to by chapter and ___

  14. 30.

    Superior grade

  15. 31.

    All spirit is ___ (D&C 131:7)

  16. 33.

    For the wages of sin ___ death (Rom. 6:23)

  17. 34.

    The last Psalm in roman numerals

  18. 36.

    Extended play

  19. 37.

    Nephites found this animal in promised land (1 Ne. 18:25)

  20. 39.

    Promise which he made was ___ (Alma 51:10)

  21. 41.

    Incomplete sense

  22. 42.

    Drill instructor

  23. 44.

    Indefinite article

  24. 45.

    Describes Bo Peep

  25. 47.

    The Lord is like a refiner’s ___ (D&C 128:24)

  26. 49.

    By way of

  27. 50.

    Expression of laughter

  28. 51.

    Silks and scarlets and fine-twined ___ (1 Ne. 13:7)

  29. 52.

    Adam and Eve’s eldest

  30. 54.

    Residents of Italian city

  31. 55.

    Set on 47 across

  32. 56.

    Early English

Down

1. Methuselah was the ___ man of Bible record (Gen. 5:27)

  1. 2.

    Second tone of diatonic scale

  2. 3.

    Mythical conveyances for witches

  3. 4.

    Enough (archaic)

  4. 5.

    I have need to be baptized ___ thee (Matt. 3:14)

  5. 6.

    All ___ shall have their part in the lake which burneth. (Rev. 21:8)

  6. 7.

    Wo unto them that are ___ (D&C 50:6)

  7. 8.

    Special delivery

  8. 9.

    Responsive to the beautiful: ___thetic

  9. 10.

    Samuel the Lamanite did ___ (Hel. 14:1)

  10. 12.

    Greek goddess of women’s crafts

  11. 14.

    Gadianton was the ___ of the band of Kishkumen (Hel. 2:4)

  12. 20.

    Threefold: thrice

  13. 22.

    Male person or animal

  14. 23.

    Place of departure for moon (abbr.)

  15. 26.

    Mischievous child

  16. 27.

    Girl’s name

  17. 29.

    Two thirds of six

  18. 32.

    Sound of definite pitch

  19. 34.

    Desired greatly

  20. 35.

    Sixth tone of diatonic scale

  21. 36.

    Son of Benjamin: anagram of “hie” ()Gen. 46:21)

  22. 38.

    Edinburgh: anagram of “Diane”

  23. 40.

    The Lord is not ___ concerning his promise (2 Pet. 3:9)

  24. 41.

    Ye men of Galilee, why ___ gazing up into heaven (Acts 1:11)

  25. 43.

    Girl’s name

  26. 46.

    And they did beat the gold into ___ plates (Ex. 39:3)

  27. 47.

    Or if he ask a ___ will he give him a serpent (3 Ne. 14:10)

  28. 48.

    Anagram of “seen”

  29. 51.

    Lighted

  30. 53.

    Joshua destroyed the city of ___ (Josh. 10:1)

  31. 54.

    Physical education

Answers:

Hold this up to a mirror and turn it upside down. Read in the mirror the correct solution.

Answer to puzzle