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100

The name Baumgarten is a German surname that means this.

What is someone who owned or lived by an orchard or was employed in one? A compound of Baum "tree" + Garte "enclosure?"

100
The B sibs drank this for breakfast after it was introduced in 1957. They were in good company because astronauts drank it in space in 1962.

What is Tang?

100

This B sib won the Arizona State Hula Hoop Championship and a $100 bond when they were 8 ½ years old.

Who is Nancy?

100

These commercials were all over TV until Nixon banned them in 1970.

What are cigarette commercials?

100

Grandpa and Grandma B were married in this temple (and so were two of the B sibs).

What is the Manti Temple. (Who are Patty and Julie?)

100

During the war, Grandpa B found this old Japanese instrument and taught himself to play it. As a result he was assigned to play it for his company. In St George his neighbors heard him play it at midnight on every New Year’s Day.

What is a bugle?

100

When the B family bought their first TV there were only 3 broadcasters of programs, ABC, CBS, and  this station.

What is NBC?

200

Grandpa B got this middle name from his grandpa.

What is Julius?

Edward Julius Baumgarten

Julius Figgie Baumgarten

200

The B sibs were always excited when they got to make this popular drink. A late 50’s commercial had a glass pitcher with a face on it and this jingle: “a 5-cent packet makes two quarts, and there’s 9 great flavors, for the very best drink you ever made!”

What is Koolaid?

200

This B sib wore a flea collar on their mission to keep the fleas off.

Who is Susan?

200

This was grandpa B’s favorite game show. Because of his years in the retail business, he got most answers correct!

What is the Price is Right?

200

These two states are where the B family went for almost all their family vacations.

What is Utah and California?

200

Grandpa B did this in the war and on his 80th birthday. He said it gave him a feeling of fear, anticipation, and excitement.

What is jumping out of airplanes?

200

It is amazing any of the B sibs are alive today considering these restraints weren’t required until 1968.

What are seat belts?

300

These two B sibs have a parent's name for their middle name.

What is Susan LaRue and Daniel Edward?

300

You could see the B sibs carrying lunch pails on most school days.  They felt lucky if they had one of these delicious “cream-filled” yellow treats for dessert. Over the years, this treat acquired a reputation for having years of shelf-life.

What is Twinkie?

300

This B sib marched in their college marching band, but never learned how to play any instrument and only pretended to play a trumpet while marching.

Who is Dan?

300

The B kids weren’t allowed to watch TV on Sunday except for the Disney show, occasionally, and one episode of a musical variety show that the B sibs begged their parents to let them watch because of these exciting guest stars.

Who are the Beatles?

300

In 1995, Grandpa and Grandma Baumgarten received a mission call to this state.

What is Florida? (Florida Tallahassee Mission)
300

Americans consume about 150 million of these on July 4th. The first contest to see who could eat the most of these first took place on July 4th 1916.

What are hot dogs?

300

The B sibs could use one of these to get a hold of someone if they were away from home. You rarely see one today.

What are pay phones or phone booths?

400

Grandma B's maiden name is spelled Nielson, Neilson, or Neilsen.

What is Nielson?

400

The B family ate A LOT of this popular food as a salad or side dish. It is also Utah’s official state food since Utahans consume it more per captita than any other state in the union. Also, it was one of the B sib’s first word.

What is jello?

400

This B sib played a murdering old lady in a production of Arsenic and Old Lace.

Who is Patty?

400

Grandpa B’s boss at Sears was a brother to this quirky police officer on the Andy Griffith show. Grandpa went with his boss and this TV star to lunch a couple of times.

Who is Don Knotts or Barney Fife?

400

Grandpa and grandma B traveled together to these countries with the exception of one. Grandpa went there with his brother, Jack: Portugal, France, England, Africa, Germany, Switzerland, and Japan.

What is Africa?

400

Alexander Hamilton, one of the US founding fathers, not only has a musical celebrating him, but he also has his face on this currency.

What is the $10 bill?

400

In 1969 the B family was one of 53 million US households who tuned in to watch this historic “small step.”

What is man walking on the moon?

500

This number of places in the world is called Baumgarten. (within 3)

What is 14?  (6 in Austria, 5 in Germany, 2 in Romania, 1 in Poland)

500

The B family ate this meat regularly courtesy of Utah relatives.

What is mutton?

500

This B sib was stung by a scorpion when they tried to dig it out of its burrow.

Who is Victor?

500

This show was the first animated sitcom on prime-time TV, and the B sibs rarely missed an episode in the early years. It was the longest-running animated series for 3 decades until the Simpsons surpassed it in 1997. A cereal named after a character in this sitcom was the first cereal to be based directly on a TV show and is still sold today.

Who are The Flintstones and Pebbles Cereal?

500

The B sibs grew up in Arizona close to this city that is the hottest city in the US.

What is Phoenix? (The temperature is regularly above 90 degrees for half of the year. Record temp is 122.)

500

On every Independence Day, the Liberty Bell rings this many times.

What is 13?

500

Moving up in the world from board games, this early video computer system brought us pong and pac-man.

What is Atari?

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