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1. I was left as a young single mother trying to raise my two children. I opened a tea shop that was the main setting for my stories. What was the name of my daytime drama?
2. My name is Mary Noble. I got more than I bargained for when I married one of America's matinee idols. I grew up in a small town in Iowa and had no idea of how to be the wife of a man so many other women admired. I had to work hard to keep the marriage solid. What was the name of my story?
3. I was a barber in a small town. I could always be depended upon to help my customers and friends with their many troubles. I tried to use just plain common sense. What was my program called?
4. I operated a lumber yard in Rushville Center. As time passed I became the radio personality most associated with giving sage advice to people of the town in crises. What was my radio name?
5. I guess I was always a dreamer. When I was not at my auto mechanic job, I was at home working on my several inventions. My wife, Belle, both supported me and was a steadying influence and is more practical than I. My name is the same as the show.
6. As a fictional character I was first given life as a novel and later a stage play. In both 1915 and 1934 I was made into a movie, the latter starring Will Rogers. My radio show lasted from 1936 till 1951. What is my name?
7. My show always began with these words: "Can this girl from the little mining town in the West find happiness as the wife of a wealthy and titled Englishman?" I was raised in a small mining town in Colorado and had to deal with the prim and proper aristocracy of Great Britain. My husband, Lord Brinthrope, survived our struggles. Although I was addressed as Lady Brinthrope, what was the name radio audiences knew me by?
8. When my daughter Laurel married into wealth and prosperity, I felt that my humble status would be demeaning to her and her marriage. So I drew apart from her life but adored her from afar. This was difficult for me and my name has become synonymous with self-sacrifice. Who am I?
9. My program went through several format and personnel changes but was one of the more successful daytime radio drama. In essence it was the story of growing up in a small town and how high school kids grew and matured into adults, from high school crushes to adult issues. What was the name?
10. I went on for many years proving that just because a woman is over thirty-five, she need not give up the dream of love. I was a fashion designer in Hollywood. My male friend, Gil, was with me all the years that I was on the airwaves. What was my program called?
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