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Final Jeopardy Question Who? He Said/ She Said Where in the World Aint LomaVocabulary 10 20 30 40
10 Point Question She plays the piano at church now that Love has left. Effie Belle Tate Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question She had a confrontation with Miss Love at the store Mrs. Predmore Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question She congratulates Love for dancing in New York Aunt Carrie Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Grandpa, Miss Love, and Will stay at their house after the car breaks down. Miss Gussie and Mr. Nolly Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Ma’am, we got a hole in the radiator” Will Tweedy Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question “ Now, Will. Be sure and write down about you and that mill girl” Aunt Loma Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question “Why come you hate Hosie, Will?” Lightfoot Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question “A grievin man just ain’t no match for a schemin’ woman. Specially a pretty one.” Effie Belle Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question What building is the cold sassy tree near? Railroad depot Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question What is the new name for Clem Crummy’s hotel? The Rucker Blakeslee Hotel Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Where does Will hear “God” (Alice Ann Boozer)? The cemetery Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Will, Grandpa, and Miss Love end up in this small town after their car breaks down. Cushie Springs Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question The gift Loma gives Will A journal Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Why is Loma upset about the dress that Miss Love buys her in New York? She can’t wear it while she’s mourning Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question What unwelcome “visitors” ruined Loma’s Christmas play? Rats Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question What chore did Uncle Camp mess up that Loma wanted to complain about? Painting the mantelpiece Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question What’s a “duster”? A coat for driving and riding Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question What does “preening” mean? Dressing or grooming with elaborate care Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question What does “pious” mean? Extremely devout or religious; holy Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question What does “camaraderie” mean? Friendship; fellowship Back to the Game Board
What is Grandpa’s “sin”? He loved Miss Love before Mattie Lou died
Cold Sassy Review 20 Squares Start.
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Olive Burns. Born in Banks County, Georgia on July17, 1924 Youngest of four children Grew up in Commerce, which is the setting for Cold Sassy Tree.
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