Sunday, May 12, 2019

Mother's Day Answers

Daughter number 2 and flowers for the day.

Did you take the quiz?  If so, here are the answers!

1.      What year did Mother’s Day become a national holiday?
a.       1914
b.      1900
c.       1863
2.      Who signed the proclamation to honor mothers?
a.       William McKinley
b.      Abraham Lincoln
c.       Woodrow Wilson

3.      Who is responsible for seeing a need for a national Mother’s Day?
a.       Margaret Sanger
b.      Belle Boyd
c.       Anna Jarvis
4.    The creator of Mother’s Day wanted to:
a.    Give moms a free lunch
b.    Give men a headache about gifts to buy
c.    The creator believed “mothers had done more than anyone in the world.”

5.    The creator wanted to commercialize Mother’s Day and make money.
a.    True
b.    False  
6.    The creator boycotted Mother’s Day
a.    True
b.    False
7.    Which flower came to be associated with mom on her day?
a.    Carnation
b.    Rose
c.     Hydrangea
8.    People at first began honoring moms by
a.    Going to church
b.    Serving breakfast in bed
c.     Apologizing for behavior
9.    Who said, "Of all the rights of women, the greatest is to be a mother." 
a.    Hillary Clinton
b.    Barabara Bush
c.     Lin Yutang 

10.  Who said, "I remember my mother's prayers and they have always followed me. They have clung to me all my life." 
a.    Billy Graham
b.    Abraham Lincoln
c.    Oprah Winfrey

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