Wisconsin Good Sam Club Paper Game Results for 2012
WATERLESS RIVERS RIDDLE:
What has rivers but no water, cities but no buildings, forests but no trees, deserts but no sand and mountains but no rocks?
ANSWER: A map or atlas
WINNER: Diane Stolzman - #137
WORD SEARCH: Cruising Down the River - Answer: River Boat
WINNER: Marge Lindquist - #119
1. Q: Which gender of mosquitoes are responsible for those itchy mosquito
bites (in other words, who sucks blood)?
A: Females only.
2. Q: Eggs are only laid in stagnant water.
3. Q: The spread of the Bubonic Plague has been attributed to mosquitoes
carrying the disease from one person to another.
4. Q: What is the biggest natural predator of mosquitoes?
5. Q: Why do mosquito bites itch?
A: Mosquito bites are mildly poisonous.
6. Q: How many eggs can a female mosquito lay in her lifetime?
A: 15,000 to 25,000
7. Q: Some people just naturally attract more mosquitoes than others.
8. What is the most effective repellent ingredient on the market?
9. How many different species of mosquitos are there?
A: 1,000 to 1,500
10. Q: Mosquitoes have the distinction of being the only insect that could disappear with no repercussions.
WINNER: Kathy Welcing - #227
CROSSWORD - WINNER: Shirley Michael - #178
4. Before refrigerators, ice was harvested and stored in buildings covered with this.
6. Wisconsin’s first state park.
7. Mussels thought to be extinct until rediscovered in the St. Croix River in 1987.
8. The Turkey Capital of Wisconsin.
13. The gorge with 200 foot high rock walls and unusual rock formations.
14. Native Indians mainly lived on fish, game and this.
15. Forests of this type provided the products that built the town along Lake St. Croix.
Turtles living along the St. Croix River whose population is considered
threatened in Wisconsin.
Famous Wisconsinite, Don Ameche, won
an Academy Award for his performance in this movie.
One of the earliest spring
Workers that got the logs out of the
wood and to the saw mills.
The Loon capital of Wisconsin.
Winged maple leaf
3. White settlers
MEDALLION HUNT - Jim & Kathy Welcing - #227: