1.
What invention by Garnet Carter made its debut at the Fairyland Inn Resort in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, in 1927?
a. Miniature golf
b. Swimming pool slide
c. Ski lift
d. Golf cart

Option “A” is correct.
Miniature golf by Garnet Carter made its debut at the Fairyland Inn Resort in Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, in 1927.
2.
Who invented the phonograph?
a. Thomas Edison
b. John Kruesi
c. Jules Levy
d. Alexander Graham Bell

Option “B” is correct.
John Kruesi was a mechanic for Edison, and Kruesi built the phonograph. Edison designed it, and later improved the phonograph.
3. What beverage was invented by Charles Alderton in 1885 in Waco, Texas?
a. Cream soda
b. Coca-Cola
c. Dr. Pepper
d. Sprite

Option “C” is correct.
Dr. Pepper was invented by Charles Alderton in 1885 in Waco, Texas.
4. In which decade was the ARRL founded?
a. 1940s
b. 1930s
c. 1920s
d. 1910s

Option “D” is correct.
On April 6, 1914, Hiram Percy Maxim proposed the formation of the American Radio Relay League.
5. Who invented the Seed Drill?
a. Jethro Tull
b. Arlo Guthrie
c. Woodie Guthrie
d. Thomas Hines

Option “A” is correct.
Jethro Tull invented the seed drill.
6.
What treat was invented by 11-year-old Frank Epperson in 1905?
a. Popsicle
b.
c.
d.

Option “A” is correct.
The next time you pop a Popsicle in your mouth, think about this: You’re enjoying the fruits of an 11-year-old entrepreneur’s labor. Back in 1905, a San Francisco Bay Area kid by the name of Frank Epperson accidentally invented the summertime treat.
7. When was Milk Tray first introduced?
a. 1915
b. 1934
c. 1923
d. 1942

Option “A” is correct.
Milk Tray was introduced in 1915 in open boxes arranged on wooden trays. Today, with its distinctive purple and gold cartons and popularised by the “Man in Black” television adverts, its one of the most popular chocolate assortments.
8. When was the toothbrush invented?
a. 1770
b. 1765
c. 1790
d. 1742

Option “A” is correct.
The creator of the first mass-produced toothbrush is believed to have been William Addis of England in 1780. Addis had been jailed in 1770 for inciting a riot. In jail, he developed a toothbrush consisting of an animal bone and bristles made of pigs’ hair that were inserted into drilled holes and held in place by glue. After his release, he started a toothbrush manufacturing company called ADDIS that stayed in his family until 1996 and still manufactures toothbrushes today.
9.
What item of apparel was invented by Ellery Chun, a Hawaiian clothing merchant, in 1931?
a.
b. Muumuu
c.
d.

Option “C” is correct.
An Aloha shirt is a brightly coloured tropical print shirt that is a popular souvenir of Hawaii.
10. Who invented Fountain Pen?
a. John J. Loud
b.
c.
d.

Option “C” is correct.
Lewis E. Waterman invented Fountain Pen.

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