Ah, it's the weekend.
And you know what that means.
With Thanksgiving coming up next Thursday, you're question is: who first proposed the idea of Thanksgiving in America?
THE LETTER SHUFFLE
A relatively simple one for those with a lot to do in the coming days. How many words can you make out of the letters in THANKSGIVING?
We'll find out next weekend, but for now, let's peek into THE ANSWER BOX for the results of November 14th's Puzzle Corner.
A staple of radio station WSM since its first broadcast on October 5, 1925; The Grand Ole Opry's name was first conceived by announcer George Hay on December 10, 1927 commenting that the country music program was following a presentation of the Grand Old Opera. Before that the show was known as the WSM Barn Dance.
That diverse grouping were all musical guests during the two years (1969-1971) Johnny Cash had his own TV show on ABC.