|Vol. VII, No. 3, Spring 1994|
(No prizes, just reminiscing for fun)
Prepared by Hugh Crumpler
Write the letter from the right column before the appropriate number in the left column. Here's a
freebie to get you started.
1. Franklin D. Roosevelt A. President of the U.S.
Now you're on your own! You'll find the answers somewhere in OzarksWatch.
Group I, Authors and Artists
__1. Edgar A. Guest
__2. John Steinbeck
__3. Vance Randolph
__4. Arthur Toscanini
__5. Will Rogers
__6. Paul Muni
__7. Margaret Mitchell
__8. Orson Wells
__9. Dale Carnegie
__10. Sally Rand
__11. Woody Guthrie
__ 12. Marian Anderson
A. Humorist, columnist, star of stage, screen, radio. "I am not a
member of any organized party. I am a Democrat."
B. Noted character actor; I am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang,
1932; and other movies.
C. Most popular rhymer; his newspaper column printed a new poem every day.
D. Author of best-seller, Gone With The Wind, 1936.
E. Missourian who wrote all-time-best-seller, How to Win Friends and Influence People, 1937.
F. Black contralto; DAR refused her performance in
Constitution Hall, 1939.
G. Ozarks writer who collected folk tales and songs in Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.
H.Author, The Grapes of Wrath, 1939.
I. Folk singer and song writer; "The Ballad of Pretty Boy Floyd."
J. Maestro of NBC Symphony Orchestra. So powerful his contract forbade radio from ending his performances, no matter how long they went beyond allotted time.
K. Missourian who performed fan dance at 1933 World's Fair.
L. Producer and star of radio drama, War of the Worlds, that produced panic in some cities, 1938.
__2. The Blue Eagle
__3. The "Hindenburg"
__4. Literary Digest
__5. Empire State Building
__6. 3.2 beer
__7. "Morro Castle"
__8. Sit-down strikes
__9. March 3, 1933
__11. Little Ceasar
A. Bank holiday declared by FDR.
B. Alcoholic beverage that was legalized in 1932.
C. Magazine that went out of business after predicting Alf Landon landslide in 1936 presidential election.
D. Toothpaste marketed with saturation ads.
E. Cardboard and tarpaper shacks built by men out of work.
F. German dirigible that exploded and burned at Lakeview, NJ, 1937, with 36 fatalities.
G. Symbol of the National Recovery Administration (NRA).
H. World's tallest building, New York City, completed in 1930; 1,414 feet high.
I. With Edward G. Robinson as "Rico" it set the style for flood of gangster movies, 1930.
J. American ocean liner that burned and sank off New Jersey coast, 1934, with 134 dead; thousands watched from shore.
K. Workers occupied plants to prevent replacements from breaking strike. First were in 1932 against rubber companies.
Group III, People (Groups)
__ 1. Henry S. Caulfield, Guy B. Parks, Lloyd C. Stark
__3.Charles Curtis, John N. Garner, Henry Wallace
__ 4. Gen George Patton, Maj. Dwight Eisenhower
__ 5. Roscoe C. Patterson, Bennett Champ Clark, Harry S. Truman
__6.Raymond Moley, Rexford Guy Tugwell, Adolph A. Berle Jr.
A. Vice presidents of the United States.
B. Represented Missouri in the U.S. Senate.
C. Slang term for displaced farmers and farm workers.
D. FDR's "Brain Trust."
E. Governors of Missouri.
F. Among officers who, under Gen. Douglas MacArthur, evicted "Bonus Army" from Washington D.C., 1939.
Group IV, Individuals
__1. Frances Perkins
__2. Edward O'Neal
__3. Theodore Bilbo
__4. John A. Simpson
__5. Al Capone
__6. Norman Thomas
__7. Amelia Earhart
__8. John L. Lewis
__9. Stan Musial
__10. Harold Ickes
__11. Barbara Hutton
__12. Huey P. Long
__13. Martin Dies
__14. Harry Hopkins
__15. William Z. Foster
__16. Dr. Francis E. Townsend
__ 17. The Rev. Charles Edward Coughlin
__18. Charles Evans Hughes
__19. Eleanor Roosevelt
__20. John Dillinger
__21. Dr. John R. Binkley
A. Head of the United Mine Workers, organizer of Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO).
B. Perennial presidential candidate of the Socialist Party.
C. Secretary of Labor; first female cabinet member.
D."Goat gland" surgeon; sold patent medicines over radio station in Kansas.
E. Known as the "assistant president" to FDR.
F. St. Louis Cardinal; chosen to baseball Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
G. Senator from Mississippi; known for racist remarks.
H. Californian who proposed government pay $200 a month to unemployed persons over 60.
I. Wrote newspaper column, "My Day."
J. President of the American Farm Bureau Federation
K. Radio priest who broadcast "The Golden Hour of the Little Flower" from Royal Oak, Michigan.
L. Gangster jailed for income tax cheating.
M. Communist Party's candidate for president.
N. Chief Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
O. Leader of American Farmer's Union
P. Self-styled "Curmudgeon;" Secretary of Interior
Q. The Kingfish;" his movement was "Every man a king!" Died 1935 of assassin's bullets.
R .Public Enemy #1. Ambushed and killed in Chicago by 27 FBI agents.
S. Noted aviatrix, who with navigator was lost over Pacific, 1937.
T. Woolworth heiress; got $45 million on 21st birthday.
U. Chairman, House Special Committee on Un-American Activities.
(Answers to Quiz on page 46)
(p. 46) The Answers
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