1. The telephone office in the old days was: a. Across the alley East from Dr. Dyer's dental office, b. In the former VFW building, c. In a house where Dr. Moses had his office, d. Between the Busy Bee and Rollison's Hardware.
2. My Mother introduced my sister, brother and me to the joy of reading at the Worthington Library. All of these ladies have been librarians at Worthington except: a. Hazel Yardley, b. Mary Ropp, c. Ruby Strickler, d. Pearl Ballard.
3. Mr. Trent had a shop on the East Side of the Triangle where he sold: a. Shoes, b. Cars, c. Haircuts, d. Furniture.
4. If you wanted to have your car repaired, you would go see a mechanic named: a. Asa Fender, b. Otto Baker, c. Bill Crites, d. Crash Craddock.
5. The streets of Worthington got wet when the Eel and White Rivers overflowed in: a. 1929, b. 1816, c. 1913, d. 1936. [I know it was worse in 2008.]
The correct answers are: a, d, c, b, c
Winners will receive a free bag of ice from the Marathon Inn.